The daily news
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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 4, 1903
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1889.
General Note: Description based on: Mar. 5, 1889.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002076174
oclc - 33669261
notis - AKR4558
lccn - sn 96027213
System ID: UF00075893:00370
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Related Items: Weekly news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Pensacola evening news

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StAv; Insidious, Weakening Enemy to Women .[any Thousand Women 1 ... Il >I j'.j '

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Suffer Needlessly From This Cause. i. Y : : : jt' .

,. ...-' ':uio! of women csS DIIta1..E ,All.UTllO. [modlrl-n I have: ey" taken. 1 moo Itfait' : I .1
r. > anl'al! oilier "fully for two wocko and It com- L'; -
.. <>a thpir feet eon- l pIct"lycu'l-d.mr. have not had any I I I, II t .1

wri-lchnl 1 tieyond dc,7' pains j t ill'::.*, aawi.-Te: Lut feel like anew "f"t'i '. f., .j ''ir
.U"I' their btrcnarthaw : wuiiart.: I JIM truly thankful: fur : i iI >1 1' :: .
av catarrhal what IVruiia .
clouj ijr me. -UarbaraAlbcrty. 1 .
JH.-IVIC organ:: .:+ q 1 tr. ).I'. rt I t :-' ..
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.s through: their Mr. Kate :Mnnn, ROC Bathnr j '
t + +t Street, ::1'; t .
V to go to bed at h r,411'J t Toronto, Out. < n il" ''!<... 1'rvfcitlrnt of the .,..- ; ; .
". ', l.ailii'Kul H.rllj', writes;-" I HIII pleuseUlo 'l-

'-- - ...... rt, .jlh'. Kixei 1-r.uj-e to i'vrunu for tbn blessed" relief I : 1 j: :..I t. .
",, yv lfoludtl'rocgititsO->o. I suffered fur years I t
1':1: ljit 1'Jlli ..Irv +t ''tr with "L.'( ;.Ull:1l\ll1i drawing! : ilov. n pains and I'' .\ t> 1

-, , .1.[ .I: 'i -.ull-rid C"r /iy r ( oacglctdtuRalohedaudetaythcretrheglwaso 4 r :;!. : : i' I f t' .I '
ii,. r.illv known a1-] 'd busy that 1 could illy be fc[>und. Hw.u r i r i'. '
+d thercioruaFimtile'Ie godsend to we when ., 1" .
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:\ .> al\'llll11 oM-ra-| I.\ 1/'1 i'tnaa was brought Jo my notlct1. Every: ... ; \ ; I. \
drop seemed to gho:; me new life, anUe\ery I", f 1
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r tnuoItrulhnnd;strofnu e v1j.f Ilea made me f.-cl mucli better, and 1 prom ) I Ii .. ft ; .
I it bc>t to give : Is..trnp'lf thattflfuuadthatitrurrmeigilt .. j 4... .
a tt al. b<> I bought: ( +/ would advocate It fco thai: other Butlerm w Ojrr :
1 :OIK..-. \o\v; I am n women. should know of lu I have teen In $* ::1. :
uacnmd It took ,, la rlrt'theulthfnroueyearlenJoyworkand "" '
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I -i) uiiicti Improved I + : I pleasurehrcausnln tmcli fine health und no I *&m : 't' i
I .';ij.' oi'eratlon f "+r 1d trouweseenlstuobravytobearalnnyouarelu i, i iI : : i' ,; j I-
.Iran' health, and ;*l 1 in good health, 1'eruna ban simply been a ,;
.ur fau-cn| years"-Mrs.l.l t r a l ; +/ UniiM'lioM) blebvlnij.uiid I nrver will be "1U*" I'. .
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Mr. Fred C. Marsh
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I on an inspection of the new Country with : i It'. : f,

Club grounds and buildings and : .
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found:: that such progress has been pisite I: i1.l"! 'I' ; jo

t5\AL4) ) made under Mr. Marsh's personal direction I' I! i "I"I' ':
yards :
r that a formal! opening will in f '

: take place immediately after Easier: if scribed : 41 I
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LA ,r L I r the present plans are carried out. I as it is ': t 'i j ;, ,( ;' :.t{ .\r. "

Th:' club house which is situated on ) I .
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the bay shone is reached by a substantial the many ; : 'It l' ) l' : .
plank side walk about three hundred I The ( t d!' I
feet in I length hading from the ,''I sional ( !4i; }t -
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dt11n,3fIrnliaflleStreet. Mrn.Anna Martin, 47 Hnvt St"lirl"Ik"I..erg dummy track to the ,omlnvest end of :,, pose I t 1' .
turn of the lln 'I t Ijn >;. \ rilr :-1'rruu.i did so much 'i I the : : f
t rn-tary 11 tt-om.-n knew <>t tin ; t_ .ttoi.thcrs who mny l>e similarly allllcted.l .l.h f main hall. The building! faces the I jof 11- It
l Imni Liking 1'erunawe .t JJ \ ,,iut a >ear UKO my health was rnu>i>lrtely II II (' ; -"f 14
[der and more hoalth- t broken .1"lI'n, ladIIckaehedlrrtneSsandIr- hay to the southeast, the main entrance most ; : I "
ti hog never Iwcn tin reiiil.irltles, find hue seemed dark Indeed. ; ",
fatigued and cannot: (' y ; WehadusodlVrnnaineiurhomuas a tonic, I being in the cent r, which is I I Marsh (! '
v. Ir awn i wits FO run and for colds and catarrh, and I derided to eleven 't : ,
to my tad and be- ,..ritr t r? } try it for my trouble la less than three approached over a gallery: twenty feet land is u Ii.
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'r. A advised 1' Tenths I became Imd I
gularmypain. entirely i.i width and running across the sev oughly! t
recrcntrensontnty I wn out of IMM '. It ."-M r.. Allua.1I1..rtlu. enty-sit Irtot front o fIll(> house. Fifteen enough ;
rfrctly welt. and I y r + ? j ........,.. -- ....... "" to test I < ,, .
niMi-li tlon'nbuar t 5 f l '" I lar' e columns support the not I f'. '
' kel'enuutoneeor. + 'j ,1, Jlr's.Win. Hi-trick, Ke-nnard Wash- of the gallery making this an ideal I are ) :_ i r t I
t iU" .L4UISCMahon ingtone6tuttyNeb.writc; ,: : I the ,
......,.,.".,... ,, 7 .'Llul11tfty''ixn'arsoldanrlha\'e not lounging or dancing place, as tho ny : J a. \ ,

feitwell since tlie Change: : of Life llt'j' floors have boon specially" prepared: for teams I f' .
fist for : '
Fpcciflc ten I was; in :
pan yearTJIO. misery with : (
e" .'.I'tiM have once) r 1, ..omen here most i>f the time. Jly: back this purpose. .t:; s' b
r- : induced ( : ,. ..
: c to quit :was very weak, and my flesh f>o tender Large glass front double doors, ad- 11-, ,
:r antis cured.! It it hurt lilt to lean aainst the back of & ..# of'
I ; '.e diagrreable |eha'r. 1 had pain 'under my phoulder- mil 'ou to the spacious reception hall, will he f: .

, The 1'll'ka'hl' h +t ,blades in the small of my bark and the main room of the building This others : ,+ )

1 f -' : r, ,l.thnelitrestion ercnthInrntarst ; chips|jof this, I World.ponu-timrs Had hot wi-hed and mjflf cold; FjH'lU out, room is 20\17 feet done in hard Mr. ( .Ii:i I ,

: .' ,iilai-heH,! ftopIriins -| !m_ 'dizziness and trembling of the limbs! finished( native wood. The wainscoting : a .
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fire !!gradshy ''and was losing 11m ii all the time. After I yr 1
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r. nit4 oi-rtainlv fiillowine. your directions mid taking for about eight feet in l height: for the .1 ". i .
f utmeut with) ) .IVruna f now feel like a different ptriir.n. is of ten inch boards the joints being .z"I"I. i '. i I tf' !
broken with molding, above this .
-Mrs. Wm. Iletric-k.! days : t :
r "' "', .Seventh! nor'. 'J' If you do not derive prompt nnd "lltiS- and extending tu' the high ceiling the the : : :.j,11 :, ,, i "

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actory walls are finished in 1\J: pine strips. well ( : i i. .. :
r :' ,u"a: -- 1 t write atonoe to lir. Harti.ian, pivintt a Fourteen windows with double sash ": !> 't' : '"
+ his .
... i r. with l>ack- full statement of ca-e, and he will 1fi Fs '
I in he, i-idp 1 S5 rp y,;+, j k( Iir pleased to give you his valuable &d1 l- of ornamental glass and I throe doors ('ontra< ,f'"! :;it I t II;, .
1 1 I"'I':lI ItU II lis-i "< t, r r Y s t -iee gratis. with cut glass pannels give abundant A !" 1; i
r 1'M,! t< lil! inn how /c t r'f 1 c._ ,? I'eruna can lie l purchased for ?t per light to the room and! ventilation. Dornier ploye-d i : ,. : '

re, I id lM'n"(litrd! hcrl !bottlo at all flrtt etas drug -torei window at each end! give additional until r.''t '. i +t
t' L .. .Ml<-, which did .\dllres IT. llartman 1're-iilent of ( .1" II {,
...... rlll'i.S \ \.rTIS'. light and ventilation if required. The ..- .
r t otiicri Sanitarintn. : "
II all the [The Hartman : Clwubu..U. In the center, opposite the main entrance has | | .t.. -t-I': i I. t t!

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"- -- -- -- I is the large firE' place: built of I ( ) t

-I oly and place l an effectual checklegitimate restored now thrciten a panic if the l gray: rough stone finished with brick be ,

BRYAN AND II upon the unlawful conibnvitum of capital trusts are disturbed t and the trust I. about seven feet wide: over this is a ing; b i if'A'I'
shelf running the entire length of the ences
about for
!, which are obstacles to magnates; are casting a :
hall which will be placed ornaments '
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businesslelieting enterprises and imestment. democratic candidate, so much like a upon ( : t i
that) the trusts can resteasy and trophies won by the members As it ; ,
with Jefferson in an economical republican '
of the club in of Coif Tennis i is .
games *
STEVENSON which candidate iselected. -
I administration of the government ; no matter :
Croquet &c. itme.
it will opio-o| unnecessary ;; : !4'' :, r
To the left of the fireplace is a door : :
and extravagant appropriations of the I I "Reorganization means retreat, and 1 t '
leading: into a hall that extends could .l.J r
V1 BRYAN public\ money." Confident that thejexperience I retreat means demoralization and I Idisasll through the !building to the north. On serious US '. .

DEMO-RATS I' of a century has demon- r. From the law standpoint I I: the left of this hall is the ladies dressing The 't' 1
: 'strated the wisdom of avoiding 'tor- !
: of experience, retreat could not be +
:) BOLTED HAVE NO : room. This will he fitted! with r.t : .
? icn complications and entangling\ justified. The party polled nearly! a washstands; bath and thirty-two lockers t

-HT TD DICTATE THE PARS alliances; it will onpe imperialism'the million more votes in support of the for the use \isiting ladies, who
spirit of empire.' In a word'(I Chicago and the Kansas City plat S
( :: wish to deposit their wraps and :y
PDuiCY it will be the high; aim of the party'': forms than were polled by Mr. hats.may Suitable chairs tables and W. S. 'rit ,,
of Jefferson and Jackson to supplant' Cleveland even before his political r '
-- 1 I lounges will be provided for the com Wright
experiments, reckless extravagance I would I
dangerous { crimes were exposed \\ hat t
fort of the club's guests.On C. W. T '
: I tu.prilThree and corruption, with economical :I be the result today if the standardwere the right of the hall is situatedthe I 't 1'j ; '
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'' last night; attendLangan and constitutional methodsof put in the hands of men known The kitchen !t r
r kitchen and pantry. H.
l in the Sai : administration in all departmentsof i to be unfaithful to democratic principles f 5l'r t
will be in charge of a competent cook Golf ra ,
-. i principle! speakers government 'I or even in the hands of those prepared to furnish meals at any timea Geo. \ ,
t'-'uii:: and! Adlai E. "Is it too much to h'Hthat' that are Known to be faithful? '

'Hi I'.jnart. of Now- with these Issues in the forefront I "To say that a right principle must On!la carte.the right of the fire place in the open This 4 k ;
: '! r Su'u-nson I was the there will be no divided councils in'I t1 i
,' be dropped because the party has reception room is a door opening intoa : {
i II.. -.III! in part: I the democratic party Whatever dif! suffered defeat in support of the hall similar to the one on the left, be .
',, threshold ferences exist questions of ft
pun the may upon principle is as ridiculous as it is leading through the building and on
,Ill ', The less moment there can be none upon 4
eontt ;t I cowardly.! The democratic party has the left of this is situated the gentle i
-: r 11.:11': | the political supremacy. I J
can even
been defeated more often on the tariff men's dressing; room provided with r
: i 1..1 I The party in "In the approaching struggle for still that wash is a
tissue I than any other shower bath toilet stationery, ,
iin the past: for political supremacy, appeal will be 1'is the issue that the reorganizes stand and thirty-four lockers, each f{ '

:, intT. will oppose\ made more earnestly than ever beforeto would make the paramount one. numbered. All the rooms are painteda the MVJ j ;

Is'cn the burdens democrats to present an unbroken "While circumstances determinethe soft grey and well lighted and ventilated. : t i i ;
:-avation. It will front. is no /
: emphasis that !should" be placed ,
: The unlawful Bryan's Speech. can is constructed of wide Kodol
I upon particular issues no party The exterior !'p '
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'l1u31' toast "Democ '
which to the
:" today Responding: and
afford to abandon a righteous position i undressed boards stained green *I
":,''Ion of legitimate Mr. Bryan spoke in part as Jfcf r
racy, 'I only taken for fear that to main- the weather boards up to the eves are a
,. >I"' > \\ ill find their follows: '' tain it would be unpopular." of cypress shingle stained a bright I 1
'. the t like happiness is not White : r' '
republican par- 'Harmony red
the roof painted
This with
the stand brown.
I tt ,t::diet appropriations secured by seeking for it; it comesas I :\Ir. Bryan combination
taken last fall by governor Cummins, form a happily selected been :
' <:rs will find jus- the reward of rigut doings. The and artistic ''a 't
handsome --s ;
''of Iowa and said tuat the governor and presents a kinds
II I suggests
for1In of harmony :
!pate': the way mere mention acted from the bay front to boats ,
tariff reform appearance
; '.'s; jet to follow. differences that need reconciliation by advocating the yards to the grow I ; t 4ylj
. i I democrat to a greater degree than passing to and from i { r
': ;i.rtments of the and the vociferous talk about har a began j
;, !Lin 1 .>t tftort has been i I mony among those who disturb it, ', did those who had bolted from the city. A further feet attraction in height is erectedin a taking t ,

,: Mod: the pledges of i 1 I left the party and lent their influenceto ,i party in the last two national campaij"ns. pole front seventy-five from which will fly the club stored !; { ,

.. .' :.al platform.: With the enemy, naturally recalls the ( I ;
::. : 'u.i- treasury drawn issues that created the disturbance j The banquet proper was announced colors.On windmill and and _; ;c '. 1
north is the ,
of democrats, without the 4!'
: I.. ': i I. ;- of trade 11un- and naturally suggests the inquiry I as a gathering water has
.. Abundant and pure
of opinionas tanks.
:: the differences
: .. x'" .'n.' nj: reduction of whether the prodigals have repented regard to the been found and the building piped! t P
: : II. : It will of the to party policy; but during
, .7':z f : .Ia permitted. or demand repentance afternoon a meeting of Kansas City throughout. The yards, enclosing the John &i ? '
conquest party. whichan house have been enclosed with a i ?
"' held at club '
::. >'C: hostility to all this, I "The difference which existed on platform adherents and will be beautified t:
wa .' .-.. .:' 1' Party, true to the the money question still exists for orgnaization was formed created and for a neat with flowers and fountains. In the *'.-. ,* 9iCt.ltit \ j

0', : .1.' !ftorson, will favor the I while the republicans are boasting i central committee was next will be situated the tennis court cure '
the yards
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,k. ..\ t': unnecessary and un- that the money question is settled ,the purpose of placing of the which it is contemplated to cement; c t
;: .. + ..! demand reduction financiel Iowa platform the principles ,
a money is tight in the great Bryan here also will be the croquet grounds.A I ; i 4
. ,. '::1 If the cost of every ,I (centers and the financiers of the Kansas City platformIr. indorsed wharf will be built immediately in I r
; 01 It I j attended the meeting and for' If
,' consumption. I country are resorting to extraordinary I front of the house to deep water t
:< al.ty. as well as in methods to get enough money into the movement. landing and bath houses will known
.'agonist, of irusts. circulation to carry on business. I "The oemocracy of America a I. =
told those!" be erected.
'., never there is a "On the trust question the !same" not want 'harmony. he of The furniture, consisting of chairs, SEE !
r... ,-' b' a remedy it 'line' of cleavage appears. The men | present. "It wants settees lounges of bent wood with i,
.he! spirit if monop- who threatened a panic if silver was democratic principles. 1 fi
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knowledge of the stock required, ONE KILLEDAND
UP-TO-DATE which he personally selects, as wellas REMOVAL MANY HURT.

the manufacture, which he person ,
ally supervises. Hudgins' signs and New York, April 3.-
cigars are seen and known every
A MERCHANTS where. person is supposed to

C. F Cottrell. Mr. Sidney Kahn the popular young and several persons i l5h
druggist, who for the last six years
When a stranger asks for the best fire today in a p
has been located and conducting a
; photographic artist in the city he is drug business at 103 South Palafox house, in Henry street

? ,IN PROGRESSIVE PENSAOOLA. told, without hesitation, to go toCottrell's street has leased a much more desirable side.
Studio in the Fisher build-
location and Is now moving his dead
Fireman found a
ing. Mr. Cottrell Is trulY an artist for Infants and Children
stock to 43 and 45 South Palafox at '
and his work stands second to none. top floor, so badly
the of Romana. is
corner store
Welles & Kahn. He Is particularly gifted In enlargedand centrally and conveniently located not tell whether it was hanes3 ubstituto for Castor Oil rare
wholesale and retail work and his cabinets and Sootlun" ,
This large crayon SyruJs. It i3 1'Ica.ant:
and when the repairs now in progressare man or a woman. The
is the immediate seem to have a naturalness to life O;iulltr'llorphino nor other 'xarrotiC
grocery concern completewill be one of the tastiest
that no other photographer can give.C. families in the building It destroys! 'forms and allays 1""H'ri.IHu"
t mccessor to the Jacoby Grocery and best appointed pharmacies in
McK. Oerting & Co. excited and one woman, a-.ul "Wind Colic. It relietet Teeth.
Company South Palafox street. It and cures Constipation ft
This firm of ship chandlers, located This store in its former occupancyhas field, GO years old, regulates the
business In addition I <1 Uowels, giving healthy and
does a large jobing
on South Palafox street, has been catering -I never received the care and attention second floor. A fireman Sleep,
l'auacc Thc Mother's
to its wholesale and family I to the shipping trade for years, to decorations that it will receive in his arms, but she : Friend.

trade. The firm is composed of Mr. and it is no exaggeration to say that at Mr. Kahn's hands. The shelving down. Her legs were You Have Always
of the twelve thousand foreign vessels will be repainted and made to Bought
T. E. Belles, a man of large business hurt.
that have visited tne port in the last conform to the size of the cut glass was badly
'Bears the
experience, and Mr. Harry Kahn, as twenty years, eleven thousand nine bottles of drugs and medicines that was severely hurt while Signature of

manager, who has also had much ex hundred have traded with them and will adorn them. The counters will woman and child down
perience. The firm has unlimited will continue to do so as long as they be made to correspond with the shelving -
in color and finish. The walls will
Messrs. Oerting always
capital and buys for cash exclusivelythus come Robbed the
have what a vessel stands in needof be covered with the finest and most
enabling them to sell at very,, and masters of vessels know this attractive paper that can be procured.The A startling incident is
low figures. and do noc look elsewhere. floors will be covered with hand #
oil\ cloth and portion of the John Oliver of
Van Pelt Brothers. Thompson, Olsen & Co. some interior, where any every improvement can lows: ''I was in an Use For Over 30 Years

This itrm, consisting of J. R. and Messrs. John Thompson and Peter be made or a touch given that will enhance :My skin was almost )' er.u e......... .. .UUOT....UT. ar j 9" rOTT i
J. C. Van Pelt, is located on East Olsen, the gentlemen composing the its beauty will receive the attention
active part of the concern, have been en, tongue coated, pain -- -
skilled workmenthat
of the most
Garden street, convenient to both
associated in business for years as can be secured. l l.acK and sides, no
the city and country trade, and carrya dealers in coal, wood and ice. The )
The large show window on Palafox weaker day by day. W. B. WRIGHT
large stock of seasonable groceriesas business was started the.corner many years of street will be remodeled and enlargedand cians: had given me up. I R GOmPAI Y
well as feed stufl's..r.. J. C. Van ago in a small way at when filled with the attractive
streets advised to Electric! I '
and Zarragossa use
Pelt who candidatefor Tarragona be will make will catch the
was a prominent display : MANUFACTURERS AND PEALEES
sheriff at the last election, has but has grown until large yards had eye of every passer, and display some my great joy, the first \ ft
x a host of friends in the county who' to be secured near: the freight depot article that will be wanted. decided improvement. :. < LUMBER
make this popular store their head and at the corner of Baylen and In- The exterior will be painted a pure their use for three j.-: V'. LATHS
quarters when in the city. An article tendeucia streets. The secrets of white, in unison with the interior. r" :'' v.f !
that fills a long felt want has been their success are that they are always The lame plate glass show cases now a well man. I know I f>r-Hi. a i wED CYPBESSS6INGIPS ,
receni.y added to their already large ready to make' delivery, whether a will be filled! to repletion with every the grave of another ;" :! I!

stock in the shape of antirust tin barrel of coal or a vessel's bunkers, article for both use and ornament thatis one should fail to try PENNACOLA
ware. their uniform courtesy and reliabilityand kept in an up-to-date drug store. cents, guaranteed, at \'. I n.A a
Dubuisson Brothers. the fact that they have never Articles for the toilet and bath, sponges --
taken advantage of a rise caused by, brushes of every description, perfumery berte's 121 S. Palafox : I
This firm of :
grocery a strike, but always abided by their cosmetics, combs, soaps and AL'AD
men is located at the corner of In. I WOODI
contracts, even at a loss. many others, inviting a personal in
tendencia and Tarragona streets, a The Beer
most convenient place for the thickly spection.
NO BAD TASTE. Back of the prescription counter TO SUPPLY A MUCH L,\ T.GFR TKADF
settled portion of the population that
which is situated In the rear of the
surround them. They keep what HEPATICl'RA taken in a little WINTER THAN EVEi' f Eb'l HE
every householder needs and l..eir'' store stands a tall glass; case in which That Made
water is almost tasteless. Childrencan will be kept at all times a full line of
stock is so complete and delivery,
system so perfect that I take it as easily as adults. There surgical supplies, consisting of bandages US YOUR ORDBKS NCW
once a customer

dealing with and them moderate means prices always.have Fair set -; is taste absolutely, nor that nothing sickening bitter sweetness.It about the. other ment, of antiseptic articles wounds.required cotton,to gauze the treat-and 1111! } I R r! 1*U UI Olsen & C t

cured for them a patronage that is I
Iocs not gripe irritate A full and stock will be
positively cr complete
sought by with but indifferent
success.L. a delicate stomach, and its laxative kept at all times of standard and proprietary Street, Telephone_ i 7.
II medicines and drugs, with ,
effect Is and natural. All these
Bear & Co. easy
which he will be able to fill any order. ESTABLISHED 1863.
Messrs. Morris and :Max Bear, who good qualities combined in a medicineis and in addition all patent medicinesof
,JJ>'!J compose this firm have grown up in sure to please. That is why it has recognized merit will be kept He

4If the business and succeeded to it on so many friends. Sold by all drug- will act as special agent and hate the MADE BY ACME OERTING & CO.
the death of their father, the late exclusive sale of I'ricsol. Dr. Shoot's ,
BKSr lo CaNT: :
Lewis Bear, one of the oldest and gists.A restorative remedies the Buckeye Vapor -DKALZ&8: Ill- ,ft

t most progressive! merchants Pensa-I bath, and the I. H. L. Cascades, IN TOWN.DA.NNHEISSER.
cola has ever had. This is the oldest meting of the liar Pilots will be a newly patented valve syringe, that and General l are
f and most extensive wholesale: and held at their office April 4th at 7 p. has no equal in its automatic action.Immediately .
"t retail establishment in the of
grocery completion
upon 80S AND 805 S. P.\L.U'UX srm ":.
to attend
All Bar Pilots are requested
Western Florida and has m. AGENTS FOR THE
; t business relations the interior decorations, an elegant
: with all of Western and Middle as business or importance will soda fountain will be installed at which G-EN'cry
tt Florida and Southern Alabama. come before them. all the popular flavors, ices and fruits I. ?, Harper COMPANY, JOHN A. ROPIBLINO'S t'U1r (',0,<
h Mr. Sam Uosenau, their affable representative By order II of the season will be ser\ed. In this WIRE ROPE, A. RUNNEL A ION'81'nlH! .
'ca t on the road, has built up a department of the store will be kept
: : h: large trade and his arrival in a town CHAS PEIIKY, the ('eil'llr'1tedlles' candies for Main 1-louse-401 H. & : ':$. ?!Ii/ Stalled lastrmieU! Cart|

1(44 is equivalent to a large sale. In addition J. \\". COH RAN', which he is sole agent in the city. A OOMPA-S!'S. LP.G KTC
R.r.. {j
44 it to their grocery business T. S. CAnO, selected! stock of cigarsviil: also be 1 Exchange-Op. Oollectiajf A ent for Bar Pilots' P.oneT.. s"
1 + Messrs. Hear are large wholesalers of Executive Committee. on sale. P. O. Box 281. P?-.? :
and make a specialty of such high-,I' Physicians prescriptions; will receive ;
grade goods as Schlitz beer, (;reeu A3-lt.: Mr. Kabu's: personal attention ,I PhiM-cd IIS 2C8 i

; River whiskey White Uock Mineral '! and in addition this he will make a I iI GARDEN SECTION
iE'-1i water and numerous brands oii] specialty of the compounding of family BUY Lres'r I,
Malta-Vita, Shredded Wheat -
-'n' l Cigars. j J I and Force with Cream at Soloman's. receipts in which matter he has tI o OI -
All C. J. Hudgins. I had law: experience.
e} This gentleman, one of the pioneers'I I AlIho.t h a young man Mr. Kahn ,
in the manufacture o.. cigars in Pensacola. has had eleven years practical experience I 1 a, ,
- ?I is located at the corner of In- o d t14'I:'CI Xl.:X.A.. I' five ears of the time on :Smith:: _
1 tendencia and liaylen streets. Mr. 4..ua the ha f"nj IlaI t"zirEg Tarragona street and size years on Hill Electric
Hudgins has made a specialty of a stare Lff I South I'alafov street the place from SEWING I Railway
u high-grade cigar that could Le sold r! /'la which he has fist removed and I II is
+ at a moderate price and has built up I recognized as onp of the most competent Do not IIC decfivtil Iiy, : Lots for Sale.
a large and profitable trade. He has druggists i and pharmacists the .
The News, 10 cents week, VfrtNe a K 0.)0" :Sew lug )
Try per +
been able to da this his official
by thorough the
; ciiy.I ar.,1 many years was '
$-\Otl. This kil1u of a : t at from $75 to $200 each accord
r _. Insist l ?; of the city. be ,
iHitiirht from tt-4or
p t1'"';5 5ll I Mr. Kahn will doubtless! ; take to his dealers: frMiifr: .(Kto) 4 location and surroundings.
I L.axati ve Rromo Auinirs new store the large; patronage ho has -- -
>1 "\ PJ/ tmeveryr I I heretofore enjoyed besides an increased WE MAKE A Good Neighborhood, Beautiful Vieit
Cores a Cola us One Day,Gri;. i'O t> "oli/. 1.4, box. 25c trade that his new and enlarged THE NEW HOME IS
( tacilities will:! enable him to handle. The I-Yttl determines I High, Dry Fertile Lands.
Ii .1 I :
lH'jl I \\'('IlkrwIf Ewing [:
I I MINISTERS AND BASEBALL ollhlt> ).'(('(lcoiiilinc< opportunity for investment evej|

4 I' J BARGAINSI: : DIRECTORS-I IN CONFERENCENo I,, t the-trunl1uinlantakesthe belt &WillgIul'hilll% cifered in Pensacola.


l t, h I -FOR- Settlement ball cf Question.the Sunday Base I'' Write:t r or r CIRCULARS; ti.' Seekers Should See These Lots.

, Montgomery April 3.-At a conference wo luuuufactureauj prices

( SATURDAY, MARCH 21!, TO MARCH 27, 1903. isters' I'nion yesterday and between the directors the Min of 1:: THE NEW HOME CHANGE SEWING, MASS.

1: the Montgomery Baseball Association : Garden and Bru Streels.
I :',, -- -- --- -- -- 2S Union Sq. X.Y.,riiieneo,I1U
I the matter of :Sunday:: baseball : St- LuuUMo..DallasTcx.Sm, ,

*! Remember these goods at the prices quoted games this summer was discussed ]: FOR SALE BYGOL
but no definite action was WM. H KNOWLKH W. K, HVEB, JK., J, H, KEEbt
I l, The baseball men decline t,rrportPfJ.1 ..1\ A Y"V VicePresident., Cali bier. Ant n\t II
lV below have to be seen to be appreciated. their arrangements and the ministers' -
____. formally protected.
I ; "So far as we are concerned, the I Grist and Corn National Bar]
i I r! Ladies' Full Bleached Vests, the 40 in all Wool, Extra fine Twill incident is closed" said one of the ,

Ittl,> lOc. grade ..:.... ....... .... 5c I Serge, 75c value at. . 49c yd baseball men after the meeting. I K. F. COY21 EZ & '
I Ladles' Full Bleache Vests, the I 100 Ladies Grey Walking Skirts, The ministers propose to create a MftPOf&ctCrert

I'!. 15c. grade, at..8 1.3c I good value at $1.50, our price 98c cf public the games.sentiment against patronage! !, CHOICE :MtCAL ANI) .'I'I 0- PENSACOLA. .

Ladies' Short Waist Corsets, 50 Ladies' All Wool Grey Walking I STCCH i'FPO.Patrtnlse

i White only.. .... ..... . 24c Skirts, Latest style at. .. . 24c The street cars stopping in front of i iJacoby's Home Industry I I.I1t7FKJ'J''CV13rJ: s
e{, COO yards Embroideries, Edgesi 50 Ladies' All Wool Etamine Walk make it convenient for that' !ever Stock! reason}I'Ifrow yon the thoald Home bay : V A. BLOUNT. F, C. liRKWI-. K }.
for by BO dole; you D. G. EP.EIT
i; and Insertions. Big value, yard 5c ing Skirts, colors grey and tan, ladies. They will find what they want try Your dout-y: igle'tln ,

Men's, Ladies' and Children's I priced at. . . . . $4.49 : without going further. i lad'.r. fottertojt you In to tb n! are tiomv Iuutn. I t 'r.' ,
fast black and tan hose, worth Ladies White Lawn Shirt Waists, I 'oitrlhtice thrcaiiSHO? 1 J r J'/J'1': f: : J '

r 15c cut to, pair. .. .. .. 8 1.3c I embroidered front. Latest out I GOOD FCR CHILDREN. :i It HWti. to ,U"CO'l"JDI"U"r ;rt: ..," '''-''ral'.B"' ." : .:: ; ,8 i (J Q j; i lf 'It N :1 !:.M

10 doz Gent's Night Shirts Big I' at . . . 49c, 74c and S9s I The pleasant to take and harmless .. -- --.--. I __. U

value at. .. ... .. ... .... .' 49c,,10 I I' doz Boy's Laundried Colored imme-diate I ; : oar owa BiU of Exchange! on Ore&' Urn: I

10 doz. Ladies'Tab Collars,the 10c 'I Shirts at. . . . . . ,25c relief in all cases of !! Asr'a ly, Holland, Kp&in, Belgium !\tl" f I

kind at. .. .. .. .. ... ... ._ .. 5c 10 doz Gent's Pat. Elastic Seam II Croup and LaCrippe because it does' : & -.nd other; European eat' lfI8.

10 doz Ladies'Aplique Tab Collars, I Drawers at. . . . . 39c not pass immediately into the stomach
ii l 25c goods, at.. .. ... ... ... 10c 50 doz Gent's Lace Stripe Balbriggan I but takes effect right at the 1 :ed upon tho Most Favortb'.e Tern 't itd:
Payshle: a' Pert of eetir-ailcn Ten or Fl.'.s h1
:f e4I! Cent's and Ladies' Hemstitched I Shirts and Drawyers. Big seat of the trouble. It draws oul s'tfl18,

i, Handkerchiefs, at.. .. ... .. 8 1.3c value at 75c suit our price 49c the inflammation, heals and soothes

Ia, 22x54 inch Extra Heavy Cotton Gent's Extra Heavy Blue Overalls and cures permanently by enablingthe \ I ; :ro, tt Boxft' for Heat I:;). COJnrc"ol.: '

I Towels, at. .. ... .. .. ... 8 1-3c I and Jumpers with or without I lungs; to contribute pure life-giv- r *S "78" Priva sirtnsent for tretI

'1 La d lea' Girdle Summer Corsets, Aprons at . . . 9Sc suit :, ing and life-sustaining oxygen to the' I _

at .... ....... .. .... ..... .... 49c 431 none Better Extra Heavy Blue bloat and tissues. Hargis' Pharmacy, ': I
j ; lee our line of White Mercerized Overalls and Jumpers, union John Sheppard Sidney Kahn. I II I ', PROFESSIONAL CAED3.
I, Waisting, nothing newer out at made, warranted fast colors I -
.. .. .. .. ... .. .. ... .15 and 25c yd and not to rip at .. .$1.93 suit CARPENTRY AMD !' W. C. ROWE, M. D.

( 10 pcs Mercerized Madras Ginghams j Ladies 4 Strap patent Colt's Skin COLD.

at. .. ..... .. ... ..19c. the yd i Sandals, the latest creation and ELECTRICAL WORK Office: 17X 8. PaUfoi.
; .100 pieces figured Lawns and Dimities the same you pay $2.25. Our i I Coughs. Hoar from 9 O 8:10 a. m.and 1 to t p, *

new patterns at. .5c the ydK price. .. . .. .. .. .. $1.49Ladies' Ring up Purl & Dolivp, phone eco. ( -- r ud after 7 o'clock
if von have stir C'itfP'Itff r>r e1Fciri I Asthma,
pieces Madras Ginghams, new Oxfords, Sandals and Colonials Phono CO.
I cal work wit well dori. i
you F
stripes and checks at. .... .. .. 9e in all the latest shapes, A DELIGHH* ererPleu. -

40 in all Wool Cheviot Serge, 75c I plain and patent tips at Hoarseness
Many Actors and Singers use Pico's I JOHN S. BEARD,
grade at.... .... ... .. 49c yd .. .75c 99c $t.25 and $1.50 the pairBfmnlh5r A HFE 1 1A tT : Croup and r
Cure to strengthen the voice and pre-;
vent hoarseness. : i .
1';: Ii; : I
I I"
I Jh1 l .
J. II BU111j! !%
Officeo 309 Thiesen
I : > -
the Plat? I I NO PAY.
F.E. BRA\\VNER \.Z"J1C = :: I Is..an tr f ,I' "' t l h MTTlES FREE i Office Hoars-8:30 a. m. to I p- O-
tie Y" ',j'I' i. F. ,: : .
r:1\11" tl'dd .;-- i I Dasnhefeser : *nir> ana waIst 2:30p.m. to6:30p.m.

Icy S. Palafox St. cat'I : i.a .: I .' j I I is dry: one, of o-.r specialties Star Laan- Practice In I'ntru.t..d all state and to me federal Iron rtc cosruAllbunnm -"

prompt sad d.lIgenl a'.ltntion

y- 'chra+-:.5". ..'.""= "..f.ik*;;r",... '"'''''''',*.,"-," .. t.a+e- --"" '$+ .; ? -_"" .._..Av.... ...."" .. w-' tit, :...... -"" ,,'...... N. --, -.,,> .. '-<.)-?';;.....,.,_... .."-!i f"M > f''' ... .: i i\ila.\_ .S_ Ji, ;r. .,, .-...-. -

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CAST BODY S MAN CANT swim in shackles. fit

& J I SERVICES AT THE CHURCHES It isn't a questionof Thieseo

; :;; his winning a race but a question of ,

u+.G.O.S94...I..4I..1 .+,. boi=s able only to keep afloat. The man l't'

I.cf3 INTO RIVER St. who is jffenng malnutrition: is like CORNERINTENDECIA
Michael's Church.
9 | the filtered sw nmu. His stomach and

Father Brennan. chaplain of the its allied J cp"1digestion .f AND BAYLEN STS.
l !
I! \\s _____- _-. I__ Hartford, will preich! at St. Michael'stomorrow av! L: .- ,
tlou are ilLt .... '-- =-_ One Block Wen of Talafox.
( --k/ H 11
BELIEVED THAT ANDREW LE- ;( Sunday.) nicht. F rt' ll is ict a -- :>- .
qncoliua "' i u"",;:: .
VANTI I Mao s, (;:':0 s.. m. Children's ?:a ;.', 'OJ.1. him of.il :;i:;' -... -;: ] -":: KEEPS THE FINEST BRANDS Of i

WAS SLAIN FOR HIS i! bSC: a. la. Last Mass, 10:00 a. w.Catholic. ii the race for Dusi-: __"'..f.....=.- :;.2;;;
MONEY-HIS REMAINS r:?<;.<; but of simply =
1: ping \1? uc :r. ....-=,-::-- ,'o_
1pSuch RECOVERED. : -I circunistanccs. 1IT'
Delicious Coffee I aay PUREST
t. JcEcpL's, Rev. Father Fullerton: \\ \ disoaso =- -=
etfi'ltt tie Cream. Your coffee will always taste delicious if Pastor-First !I I affects the stom.iclit:- -----:C:: -
Jootn : you me mass &:30
j. a. m.; high I
i it is affecting also S = ; =
PET BRAND Mobile, April 3.-\ndnnv Levant, mass 10:00 a. m.; benediction, 7O': 'i I the blood and the l' fPI

a Greek, formerly of Per.sacoand! p. m. health of every or- 'LIi I Igan rou -il1' :

a brother of Antonio of the btxlj. -== yi
Levant! of that

EVAPORATED CREAM dty for some time employed by the Methodist Episcopal Church, I For food converted blood is only into _eijQ':--- L= t1arnily or uicinal US 11 t

weak and milks South Palafox street Rev. J. M. Dan- t
:'.- ..c I'M. watery alike.put up by others, but is creamy and uniform in con. Southern Coal Company as captain I nutrition and nutrition 4;. i i I !
.rtncy-tveryc.il Any can of Evaporated Cream ,
,. xaiar.dh." ewth. is gu.ri0tetd to be the bc$ and purest.btanngourcap lie sure label. of the coal Large Don. was murdered nelly! pastor.: Divine! services tomorrow : is the life of :::_

X the cap label before you buy. Tis the cap of mem-ihe sign of honest you goods see Tuesday at 11:00 a. m. and 7:30:: I p. m., conducted the bodY and every ---=_ i :: FOB
evening I\
by unknown
an person ortnofit. I: 1 {
EEL7ETIA by the pastor. Sunday school
W CONDENSING CO., Highland, Illinois or persons and his body after Doctor Pierce's Tie! Sailor
'Oncinaton ind wrest Producer of Evaporated Cream. being weighted with irons. was at :9:30 a. m.; Mr. J. A. A\ant superin I' Golden Medical : orS Lan sman. fin M

thrown into the river in the slip Letw'cn tendent. Epworth League at 8:30: p. m. Discovery cures diseases of the stomach '*-

h4r-- __ the Mobile and Ohio and Mr. W. C. Mackey, president. Regular I and other organs of digestion aiul nutri- ,' t '
tion. purifies the blood and enablesi
: Southern docks at the foot of ll.'all. meeting Board of Stewards next the nutrition of the *edih Punch Danish Aquaril nt
perfect which
I body '
-- German____ Knmml____ _In.t_ ohn.. ".. t ."
YOUR ORDERS n...'" '
:, a I regard street. Tuesday at the church at 7:JO p. m. means perfect health. ;- u nn V' H u."" "
I of imported Wines and Liquors. :
j it) vD f-T cup""'''? or"" .. Levanti Lad: been missed from his A full attendance is desired. Wo! For six loot years I suPercd with inilipr j'J .
tion and my Il\u"alul kidneys w hich batlleil the | Hero
.. Ii"p.ir wotk !a .:. usual haunts and yesterday! afternoon mans Foreign Missionary Society U-t ctors in our country" writes K. I. Rjn- only you will find the N. C.
he failed to show for his ; kll.'I. .. ofVooisrv. I'nllIhalll Co.: Va ]Dowcn. Kentucky Whiskey 24! years !
up niontliswages. meets Monday at tie church at 7.30:
:, I "t sul'creti with im .Miiadi and luck for a long .
-- Yesterday morning the door It",,... and after I '
p. ra.; Mrs. Salome Pou. President. taking a ''3rt-lnt.of medicinefrom .
(if the cibin cf the barge was forced I three dJCI'>r. I crew s.)kid I could hardly Valhalla Branch comer Garden ,4
(lic Si'sor oc.. ptm and some of Levanti's clothes Announcement of Easter services da a day's: wurk."uld hive death-liLepaius'" (street and 10th avenue. "
in the tide and t.liad sKlis I began taking ... -
covered with blood were found be- during! cumingH'ek.. I .JM- Tierce's rol..len Jicat Dix.inenr and '- -- I
ides considerable:: : blood i.n the fl >or. Revival ices Pleasant Pel Ms. Btf.jre I had taken half of [
sen at Mucojee wharf
... : the..."oud ottle I Ix-g-in to fn:1 relicxed. I 'I
-_ \ : WANT COLUMN. It was at neo urmisc<;('d that foul gut :
church every nigit next week at .:::') *:* more bottkan.1 iiM.d, thrm. anti am happy J B. L OI l Id G.
-,.----__. -_---- p'y had beeni- - and the (':1'-(' was repined to police Accept no substitute! for Golden Jiled- !

ii-ailquarters IJl't-eti I ; went toi I !t.y RPVSV. Q.\"r'lan/l. A. L. Jones ical Discovery." There is nothing "just !

I : !} ;: ; -- work on the case and learned that I and G. \V. Carpenter. as good" for diseases of the stomach, 'I

J :, .: {iaZITA:3 I II 1 Levant i had been seen in a saloon I blood and hm <;. I Contractor and(! uiluer.PLANS '

I j near where his barge was tied i up St. Katherine's Church. The Common Sense Medical Adviser, II .
:: : )1" p :c; aAH, Tuesday nipht lie then had several! i 1008 large pages in paper covers is sent ..
: dollars on his person. That was the Episcopal-St. Katlierinc'sCervantes free 011 receipt of 21 one cent sumps to SPECIFICATIONS AND .

p.I !la f, -ije. N,). S. K. of I* -- last learned of the man. A bloody I street and Sixth Ave.-The Rev. pay expense! of mailing only. Address ESTIMATES FURNISHED AT ,

latchet was found which save a the- n. II.V.. P. Hodson. r'Ctor Third ', Dr. R. V. Pierce Buff Jo, N. Y. .1' :;..
111. U every "en..y evenIng C. R. TAYLOR SHORT .
of murder. President Touart of ? o .
hi 7:;$:) At Cfci.lo Mil. ory Sunday in Lent-The Holy Communion -! j
I & Ie. 'b3 Klouat -- Watson he local comapny ensiled men to First-Cld Work Guaranteed and
I-IUII'11:1I1. third aoor.ihlLlnil 8 morning. Children's service and sPs5EasPsE5aTr jy.
.' Artistic Shoemaker drag; the rivtr for Le\anti's body and References
,v b.tl1ti:1 cordially: Furnished.
S AJ wuouutidJ. about 2 o'clock it was recovered. Sunday school 9:30.: Morning prayer 4,

.''., .1. \. LYME.H.UORd.FR K1XK WOltK A SI'KCIM: There were a number of wounds on service and sermon at 11 a. m. E\en- r AMUSEMENTS. ) 414 ILVST IN'TKN'DHN'CIA ST. .
; |
... he body showing still further tint
4 ; -
: R. H. Phone. No.23.:!: 9 North Palafox StOPBRAHOUSE murder had been committed. The lag prayer service and sermon, 7:20.: -- j

The will
police department has the matter rector preach morning and .

I'allllli 10",1::1 "4). 13 well in hand and expects to land the evening.Aeek day services: Everyday Prisoner of Zenda" was the Call on them at the corner of Garden -

:i *' rv Tuesday evening at 7.tn at murderer. the prayers at 10 a. m.; each day and Alcaniz streets for :' .
V Hull corm r 1'nlafox. and (jlird..n.a. offering at the opera house last night carpenter -

V j-Hlna KnlnhKi-onlially: ALII KKTJ ShOS Invited.J. I except Friday the prayers at 5 p. m. and the play, so familiar to Pensacola :and electrical work,or phone &iO. !l ,
tr ',I'f. C. C. J. )I. COi:, Mnnnffcr. Every Friday, evening, the prayers theatre goers was replete with good
Jr..\II K. .t S.aI.b.ni' Cannot remain pure if the liver is and address, at 7:30. The woman's
I stage work. The audience was picas
O NIGHT ONLY.FIi1IAY macti\e. One function of the li\eris Guild of St. Katherine's meets "
!I ed much with the presentation.
IJIMJI% N<,. 3O K.: of PJVT'liiNK APRIL 4 to filter the impurities out of the Monday afternoon in the rectory at HARDBRICK

loliiiKt :0.It. Knights of''' LIIt(1.lalaria.. or other germs and 4 o'clock.: All ladies of the parish I "
It ,iin" 1II..t..ry Ihurnlitv cvun-l i Eleanor Robson as "Audery.
.:fll'I'II'rk.llllh..lr I t. tit lii Hallonor I I : Lltbkr & Co.'s Superb Production poisonous Matter cannot remain in i whether communicants or not, are cor-
There is little cause for wonder in I
Iilnnnt-UalMin, liuildlnqsoutU- of Mary Johnston'sAUDREY the system when the )liver is active. dially invited to attend these meet
,.. "..r IIf I'"Iollux en I liirdrn slret-tn. I the interest created! by the Liebler & I
1knlKbt.. "r" cur<*nllrlromid. Hni'ATICl'RA is the best liver tonic.
U. .ALI.MON: ings.The Co. production of ".Alldn'hicli after -
...n'xY l'. 0.U. It will aid the liver in its work of rector may be seen after any
.. and S. a week of rp'Orll-Lreakn! businessat
elimination; it will tone up the blood service at th rectory.
Norfolk and Richmond had its initial
and Keep it normally alkaline. It is
New York presentation at the ,. 4it )
::. o. o. F. the beat blood purifier and constitution First Baptist Church. I I t 'I
Madison Square Theatre on November -
builder to be had. Sold by all! There will be service tomorrow at

'. ."'...ila I!.>
. '. ," "nirotaT evening at 7:*) atUV't Dramatized by Harriet Ford and E. and 8 p. m.-Rev. !'. Jones pastor. est had centered in the story, whichis I MATS' ON HAND
. ,' IntpndenciH street
'. ,. : .' u cordially InUud F. Bcddington. A SMALL FIRE Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.-E. D. beyond question, the most fascinating -,

C.JUIIA.ON. N. U. THIS AFTERNOON.At this gifted Southern authoress has
.. t ., ,. '", h..cretary.K. Bepgs, superintendent. Young People'sSelf
ELEANOR ROBSON. ever written. There was curiosity to .HALF. ftV
Denial Service at 7 m.
1-30: o'clock! this afternoon the p. dramatists had .. .. : ,. '
know how well the
OF L. AS AUDREY. residence of City ClerkV.. C. Jones Supper at the morning service,

i ignited from sparks. An alarm from and baptism at nighi. All cordially succeeded in their work for there are -TO-

box :34 called! the department and the and not a few who have always held! that
invited to be worship
I' ':al Wmlil) No. 1505.Mf Assisted by an unexcelled company, present
flames were extinguished; in a'l'r)' "Audrey" must be a difficult story to
.'. -tt VI. Urli encb month. including Forrest Robinson Ada short time. The loss was triffling. with us. lONE MILLION
turn into a play.
W.f.H.llIARP. .
Dwyer Frederic Perry, Selene Johnson
M ui M. \EI'' M. \V. Presbyterian.First .
But there was still another vital interest
ury George Woodward, AnLe Caverly -
THE BATTLESHIP TEXAS Presbyterian church, Rev. anti that surrounded) the appear .
Frank Lamb and :30:' others. !
Linn R. Walker, pastor.-Services at ance of Eleanor Robson in the title
Exactly as presented at the Madison A. A. Brooks who for a long time Get Our Prices BeforePurchasing.
11 and 7:30:: ; Sunaay School at 9:30 a. role of the drama. Miss RO 30n's rise .:
OU1HERN (EXPRESS[ Square Theatre. New York. has been chief yeoman aboard the

Co. PRICES-50, 75c $1.00 and $1.50. gunboat; Wasp used by Admiral Wi-.." m. in the profession has been, not exactly I t1i -.!.
the battleship
has been transferred to pyrotechnic but steady and upward. .
NOTE Curtain at S:00 p. m. sharp. Texas and has assumed a chief >eo- German Luthran Church. Each new character which she has I y
that vessel.! Mr. Brooks
mancy on
Services for Holy W l'ek. I
impersonated has revealed some new -
has many friends here who will regret ;
wi.ILY: t:5CIIEDU 1..I to learn that he will leave the city Tomorrow I'atm-Suntlay, confirma: artistic capacity-a higher; stronger : :

FOB STEAM DIVISIONCOMPANY. soon. lion service, English, at 10:30: a. iii.Maundy and steadier! flight.; Like many another -! Capacity 50,000 Daily
Thursday English service.
famous actress Eleanor Robson ,
W HULW\Y HEAVY GUNS BE FIRED MONDAY. 7.,0 p. m. Good Friday, German service has virtually! spent\ her life on the I!

with holy communion at ln:30:: stage; its environments arc a3 natural l ,
Tnlas: have Fsiwoola: fat thft J.'.H;
To all parts of the country. Y-s YOU, tl'f j Layoa WmrriCjjton, J *TJ ", '. ('01. Samuel Mills announces that a. m; confirmation at 10 a. m. Holy I and familiar to her as the trees of a cMi1n! Brick Go.

a'id Kurt Hr.r...DOn' at heavy gun practice will be commence* communication will!! also be administerrd park are to a "parrow.JAC03Y'S i ,
4:80 a m.arrive at Korl Uarrancai TU.a -. and Tick
at Fi-rt liarrancas \kRae I
Easter Announcement
in English night.
tort liarrnnci-s Ib.Oxff
lMn.m.krrtve at ,
: the 8In 'nsIon.lar. Pine
1 1:*) p.m.arrlv at Kurt Ittrranras 1.tj;: nt.1 ( for communion Barren, Fla. '
holy Thursday
'u t : 11 F.xpress in the different OPENING.The .
Company \) p. ra. arrive tort Birraaoas! tau" Stap. 12 inch guns all being used
r' '..s 3',1! f-.rwarJs freight #: 1&.arrive ai Fort Itarmc"9 7ei ipa tests. The 10.inch and 12 inch afternoon at the parsonage and at opening at I.az: Jacoby's New
.(X) in.arrive at Fort lierraneaa fcJc.s
B p. will be fired in the solvo and long night after service at the church.
: a' Ya:11:1 hI..s of all descrip- Tralas teife!' For Barrancai for 1'eeta guns Family Grocery yesterday was a complete
ool\ at race tests and in the latter the targets

:. '.. t.. <:! 1 art:; of the country, 7:15a.m. arrive at l'enaeofa.._ 8:00.. D will be fired at at a distance often The Church of Christ. success in every particular. Over # i iNICK'S

L.. ". 11:11) p m. arrive at FC3iiiico>all.ftp.n thousand jards. The drills! are one thousand ladies! were in attendance
"'t "'is for Canada, Mexi- JCO p. m.arrive at Pc:18 cola_ iti: p.1? Church of Christ, corner of Alcnniz
.', I1"l" C-iha 5:00 p m arrive at l'l'nhilcola._ E.Upc exported to be witnessed by the boan and Jackson streets Bible school all being weighed, measured and
European points, Too p. m. arrive at HoDoacola_ T'45r.S : or ordnance. headed by General Ntl I
.'. "!:ll. p. m.arrive at Pemaoola__ *.&! > $. m son Miles. 9:45 a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m. and receiving; a hamihome souvenir.While .

Sitardayionly W. T. of'iola it was not expected\ that much
T. S., it'iern! 7:30:: p. m. by Tracy ,
. Kxpresi CompanyI PABB: FOB WEEK DATS "Hotter out than in"-that humor Tenn.prayer meeting Wednesday at business would bp dono. large sales
'rv.: ,. ,, 1'eniaoolato Fan Barrancas rett-r. 40.1.
,, -i :" if,fltio miles of first- tcacola to Navy Yard aDd rctnrL_. ..eI'enois < that you notice. To be sure it's out 7:30 p. m. Song practice at evening both book and cash were made, and
:\.. r to Palmetto Boach and reiu/a IM
anti in connection with SUNDAY ic'aaoU1i.Wbeti and all out, take Hood's Sarsaparilla. service begins at 7:15: o'clock. Come judging from the start Mr. Jacoby

|-a AJann Kxiirtsi: Company, on wAitlier permits tbe running C and join us in these services. will soon control the bulk of trade on I

", u- way.bills, with through open co.ich. CLEARING OUT THE ORDERS. Christian. Palafox street.OYSTERS RT URAD T !

Leavi 1'enlaoola, LT Fort Barraatti13a.m.
lra a: 1 through Central Christian Church, No. 16
messengers, per. French Police Notify Them That ,;

f|" ; a UM-iej:\ s, rvk-e, constituting 11 1p.m.Ip.m a. m.. II ip.m.Ip.m.m. They Must Disband. East Romana street-Junior Chris. AT NIC APOSTLE'SFine '

1 tian Endeavor at 9 -
a. .m.
:' 5t system 0 f the kind in Ip.m p.m. Paris, April 3.-The prefect of police today. Try them.
U school at 10 Y. P. S. C. E. at oysters
t""J'L' a. m.
,r"... -.' 4 p. m p m. of Paris and the prefects of all ; Sic APOSTLE.
y Ip.m.ip.m.. t p.m. 11 a. m. DAILY MENUS
'.-' Orders aro sold at all f p.III. departments of France are distributing .

** ,. FAXrOX SUHDATr official notices from Premier I Malta-Vita Shredded Wheat Biscuits -.
*s f the Southern Express .niaooato orlKarranoai lIfaVJ Universalist. Comprise all the tYpto'k
f lard and return_____ A Combes to the congregations of the and Force with Cream at Sol-
":a.y W anonable hours. Ret There will be no services, only the Date Dishes the Mar-
Ptnuoola to Palmetto Be oh and Oman's.
". ;it Kiv.'n and is refund- r..urlL-______ tb action of the Chamber of Deputies Sunday school, at the Universalist kets of the World .

.: I ""r i h '. money No freight nlTed after 1:15 ,. 0. requiring them to disband. church tomorrow, aa the pastor will Afford.
r I..t See Hudgins new style of label.
I This affects twenty-five teaching! be in attendance upon the state con I
IS !
: tp cheapest way to send orders having 1.5S0 branches with ference at DeFuniak Springs.
,, rf:' :.tuiices by mail or other. ;ANTALMIDYThese 15,964 members and twenty.eight %% 4% %%%% %%( Ladies' Private t-%t' t

preaching oreds having 3,040 memo Christian Science.

tiny Capsules sre superior bers. ;.e.

I...., E. W. FOWLER, I to ,Balstmsjof J.Copalba, The prefects are directed to allow Special services wil be conductedby If You Have Dining Parlor.

:' .. P 's ca! Fla. I Obebt\&Dd -. Injeclioam, the preaching orders fifteen days Judge W. G. Ewing Christian 4I

E-anch: I They cure in 48 hours: the from the date of the service of the, Scientist at the Pensacola Library I I v. ._

Offices: !aC .1iseiS.'P 'Of1Ulc.lt t11111''O'1-, order to disperse. The teaching or Sunday at 11 o'clock. The public is I F ,
"'-, ders are allowed one to four months I
IVpot RheumatismURIGSOL
: Store. a ..1CJ' tf. 'I' nCjI1': !; : according to the readiness of cordially invited. Regular Dinner Daily.
::. Cor. Alcaniz! and .j: .. -
I other schools to receive their pupils. -
.. Seamen's Friend Society.
-< fails to disperse
.. In case the
:. ::. "' .. ":-. Cor. PcVillicrs and CHICMCSTERENGLISH within the time stated they are to The Seamen's Friend Society will the ireat tHted'allforma sadendoreed Short Orders Promptly

P'EN? YRQYftL PILLS be notified that they will be prose- hold religious services at 3:30 p. m. Remedy will cure Pilled. Night or Day t

cuted by the police in the .local Sunday in their reading room on you. It ilto curei Liver Kidney and
I': r'r. Talafos and Inton- L -V Orlil.J moi Oi-ly MeiuUo. South Palafox street in the corner Bladder diMUet unsni by an eireu of -
- I, vJ.eArE.. i "r U o. I idle..UI UTUtV* courts. uric acid. It never SaUl, and build. up

- .s ..';....'j..,. 10%r KLU CUlfUt'TEK'o.GL1..olnh C..10I ...i.u: IIoIM: .eI lI'ot. Action in the case of orders con building north of the Scandinavian the health and itrerttb while using It It It'l MometblDII' GOOd to Eat ,
-'-' b ;;'t:* ; :: bottle. For aala
Price $1
f'ub.IIIuU..p s.d 11i. per
.. .... ... .. denominations are invited. II. C.
r "i ..
;; ." I .I : s.1 of year i "' or..84. by druggtau. If your druRirlit ran not :
_.. :cas. Fla, March C, 1903. ,-:. 1 : J..M f>r P.rticu'ura... Twtlao, >lml< Makes a Clean Sweep.There's Cushman, secretary. aupply you it will be tent prepaid upon Nick Apostle's
\ hrIi.r f >
:j' r Latirm.NM rf<( by re. ,
\: ct AdJres ,
i'll".lls. in will ., receipt
triplicate, pnce.
-' tun M ll. I b.CI& Tutumoiiati S 4>) doing a thing

. : ';nl:! 11:30 a. m. April 4'nictini .. I". 01' I'..........'..".-t.Hlert'.I..I_.-._. ....11."_ (t'.. nothing like Saints Meeting. I Popular Restaurant
all the Salves you Urlcsol emlC11 CO. Los AngelesCal.
:': :. ::- !: Electric Light- thcroughly. Of Latter Day Saints will hold services -

. .". r..rt Pickens Fla. U. S. -'p_ MENANDWOMEN, ever heard of Bucklen's Arnica Salveis in Saints hall, 528 East Chase stifle '

r. '!,' ',1 n>joct or accept any 4i t kE TM Btff O for oofifttoralimuttom the best. It sweeps away and cures street Sunday night at 6:30: o'clock. L. N. BRUNSKICK & CO.,
; ;'.: ;: : ''' cr any part thereof. M I b I dayi. di.cb.rge.nS&nmItIoTil.Gt.snt.,4 I New Orleans La. IMMWMRI
Cuts, Boils D. Powell, presiding. )
: :: f :rnihed or Burns, Sores, Bruises,
r on application. lit.z1CtuN. tnembranef.PaintMt :
of mucous
DIstrIbutIng Agents.
.... It's j
Pr. and Files.
ntanlm and not astringent Skin Eruptions
!:: ;; proposals mtEvsCittuatco. Ulcers, Colored Church.
:: : 1. marked: 'Troposals for a. OI4 or poiponont. 'only 25c, and guaranteed to give "' Hot Frenoh
J CINCINNATI,@ $ by DrggIutl No. 236 East Intendentia street. Waffles with i :
":?. addressed. E. U.S.A. or sent in plain vmppe satisfaction A. D'Alemberte, For sale by \
Preaching Florida Cane
,... .1 t>? eiprfM. prepaid for Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. Syrup at :

' 'j. -.\ :. s. S 100.Circular or 3 lent bottlri us$3.75.gaItiOs*. druggist, 121 S. Palafox street. Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. SIDNEY KAHN. Solomon's. .


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,_ '.. _, .. .'.", ..-'", ... oJ...- ... ';".':;" '.".. :' '. "" .''';' ,.'. li.. Al"'''' .$' "....O... .,; ',-.,"" j, -us
.. .
y.-_ ,'.2" .. I"_"_<:::.,.';;:.,.'.''9.' ,:''_''3} ..:, .- <...> -. _. ;- :Ji";'" J'f4.., \7..l'I: < ;; ::<" r ". _. '. .4. ,0 ; ,


i sity of collections to meet current expenses -lof field duty or an encampment should "" Oldest and Largest

without borrowing money, and take place In the middle of summer I .Cherry Pectoral Agency in

to replenish the school fund and prevent when the weather Is suited to life West Florida.

borrowing at a high rate of in in the open air, and when business !I Ayefs tickling throats. Your [ESTABLISHEDCoolies

terest. The letter was referred to cares are less exacting.It will explain this. He 18p;,
Entered at the Post Office at Pen '
aoola.. Fla.. second class matter. the law committteee. would be wise for the War Department Trust him. t.c; u.'xw
not to
hurry maters too

OFFICE: -Pitts Building, %11% WHOSOEVER MAY TEACH. rapidly and to disabuse itself of the --- ----- -- Bros.INSURANCE
Booth Palafox street, up-stairs.
There can be no teaching profession idea that the militiaman is a regular MEETING-A. 0. H. .

THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO. without special training adequate salaries soldier, always at the beck and call taC THIS HAT '

and permanent tenure, says of the military authorities. The professional A special meeting of the Ancient

Southern Education. The Order of Hibernians will be held at
Terms: Invariably In Advance. public con soldier should reflect that

One Year by mail.s 00 i science must realize that it is justas all the militiaman gets out of military'' their hall, on next Wednesday: Aprilth

BIT Months H. .. .. .. ... ... 2 50
great waste to employ untrainedmen duty is the pleasure and healthfu exercise at 7:30 o'clock to make arrange- AND
One week by carrier, payable Monday -
.. .. .. ..... ... .. ..... 10 and women to teach children as it affords him. Should the ments for the celebration of Dewey
it is to employ untrained men to build social feature be eliminated, the militia -' Day. REAL

I Advertising Rates Furnished on Ap- bridges and construct roads. Mere would soon go to pieces. I 1 ESTATE,
plication. The teams are kept busy at Jacoby's
"keeping school" as a stepping-stone
Although the state is not obliged to
today although the store has not been 309 South
to some other occupation will cease, I'alafoxl;
TELEPHONE NO 118. enroll its militia as a part of the trt.l't.Phone .
then, only when the people demand National Militia force created by the formally opened. He has enough
though to deliver all goods promptly. 22.
something more of those who teach PESSACOLAFu
Dick bill, the great majority of them ,

their children than mere book knowl will undoubtedly do so. The Naval I -

( .BEl.) edge. And such teachers will of Militia, while an integral part of the And many other Beautiful Styles of -

_ course, not work for less per year State Guard has no connection with I G. NERI.Ice GEXCltAL AGILVTS

than it takes to feed a criminal in the the National Militia, as its relations this Season are to be seen at

mSAOOLA, APRIL 4, 1903 county jail.Adequate. are entirely with the Navy Depart I MRS. NORDSTROM'SSpring 'The Equitable

salaries will go far toward ment, as provided by a special act

Inducing the best men and women to Cream Parlors
of passed in 1887. It serves
The Mississippi bubble Is a source Millinery Opening
of trouble when it gets in its work on enter upon the business of teachingand as a reserve to the navy, just as it life Assurance
a levee. will be a powerful incentive to is proposed that the National Guard I 23 S. PalafoStreet..' April 1. 2 anti S, I Society

such men and women to remain teacn- should be a reserve for the army. Xo. 11 last Iiitcmlcncia St. I Of the United States

I In Ocala people have gone to drink- ers. But some additional means will NEWLY II HEMIY B. HYIli; Fonndrr

fa Ing distilled water. Strange isn't it, have to be devised by the State to lion. L.1.. Ware, of St. Andrews. REFITTED AND FURNISHED. I

bow the habit of using distilled drinks make the teachers' tenure of office !I representative-fleet to the coming leg'! A. C. BINKLEY desires his friends 'Strongest in the World

grows on some people. more permanent. Much could be donein I islature, came in and left on the noon All: Kinds of Creams, Ices, Glaces and the public to know that te has

that direction by making it much !, train gob; east Sunday.Gen. I Fruits and Cakes. I Moved to Room 608, Thi en build-

"The Mississippi section is not, at more difficult than it now is to obtain i I "'m. Miller, our popular state in!.', where he will continue as heretofore A FRIENDLY REMINDER.

n present very i"\. ting to immigration" employment to teach children. At senator, came in FriJay and spent the. PRIVATE PARLORS FOR LADIESOR I a general law rractf"e, Hereafter for -all

gays the Metropolis. Xo, indeed; they PARTIES. reading notices ;flairs
present the invitation to enter upon afternoon and Saturday here. Senator festivals
have gone in too heavy on irrigation.The ; teaching is almost as broad as the :Miller! though 83 years old is enjoying t Maillaird's Candies a Specialty. Good dramas, elocutionary plays, suppers; c., i,
I Cypress Shingles, $1.25 per or any C-P
"whosoever will" of the Gospel call good health and is thoroughly alive to | I I kind of
Montgomery Journal said PHONE 602. thousand. BEEKMAN LUMBER CO.rJDIG entertainments given C
and the inducement to quit as imperative i churches, )
Chief Case could not close the saloonson !constitu-ents I societies, lodges; or 'to
as the pangs of hunger can makeit. ? '
but he did. I where an admIssion:
Sunday -Mobile Reg 'is c'rg.!
ister. '](mo -rat.--ipley Banner. I W. & COXC: : ::=G. W. &. CO=::=rJ} | ed or merchandise or other t> --|
Capt. L. }I. Ware has the distinctionof l lfj
Simply a ground hog Case. I are sold there will be a charge of'?
being the only republican in the I

\Vht-n the two factions of the (\. 0. Picayune.) legislature. That he could be elected GREEN WATSON & CO. Jcents 1I I: II I cents a a line line for for first subsequent insertion ana zf
'' msertlrsi
The War is
.democratic party stop firing at each I! Department apparently in a strongly democratic: countyspoaks fj f II j Obituaries and resolutions
i of re-
determined to let the various states I
well tor his his
other and direct their fire at the standing among neigh- i spect will come under this same
understand that the new militia law bors. I
common political enemy prospectsfor I ing also.
gives it control of the militia Are You
democratis victory will be im supreme General Wre. Miller has represented Looking for Something for -" -
and that the National Guard instead o -- = =
in the
proved. Washington county legislature 0
being purely simplya many times and al'vaysith honor.! ,
( The theory that Burdick of Buffalo state force as was formerly the
This may ne his last term. WE HAVE IT : : YOU KNOW IT The NEWS is on sale by Mrs. M.
; was murdered by a woman is now discarded case, is to all intents and purposesa I .
it is bdlieved that --- Keefe at Warrington, who is authorz-
t as no woman national force. Unless the civilian

l would have soiled so many sofa secretary and assistant secretary of sample bottles of Dr. Kilmer's Beautiful Line FRENCH ORGANDIES (Printed) per yard..35cV ed to receive and receipt for any tA-!!

{l pillows as were used to cover his war put a curb upon the purely military Swamp-Root, the great kidney, liver PARIS MUSLINS with Satin.Stripes (Printed) per yard . 25c scriptions. Residents of the resma-

'. "' blood corpse.-Gainesville Sun. branch of the War Department, and bladder remedy, are being distributed LINEN LAWNS for Shirt Waists, per yard . . . 20c to $1.50 0: tion may now be supplied wit cepa

Ji'I j jtlj the gentlemen of the regular service here from house, free. Have LINEN ETEMINE, LINEN CRASHES, White and Colors, : of the paper several hours after!! the

Lenin politics out of the question will soon have the National Guard as you received one? ('"' yard, 25 to 50c. issue leaves the press.

t 1 It may be edifying for Mr. Hearst togo -- -- per"j! -
//1 dead as Hector, which is probably ; I
!I; ; around and get acquainted with the just what they would like to bring --- 'PICNIC. I f. New Line Antique Cluny Laces: both the Real and ::: SEE ELECTRIC LIGHTS AT SOL

rditurs of decent Anything, OMON'S.
about. The Ladies' Auxiliary the B. of O Narrow and Wide Just Received. O
j anything, to neutralize that vile I
1:' Professional soldiers overlook the L. i;:. will give a picnic on April 2S o __ Ov
II IIYl'ry ---- -
of falsity and, sensationalism in journalism -- NOW IS THE TIME TO FURIISHYOUR
'iI' important fact that with militia, Magnolia Bluff. Tickets 25: c'llts.1)
' Dr Oamesulle > Be sure you see our showing of RIBBONS. We have all I .
.t i / Sun. i widths, all >j DINING ROOM, AND MAq.I
.,. and especially the National Guard. !Trains will leave union depot at 2:3rt: I : wa colors-the newest novelties for Sashes and for Neckwear.
! t- .J! military training and exercise are not' 1>, ml p m and S-20: i>. m. ltd: '
People who have music in theireouls ,
of4 no fcj WANT IN
the main of life but ,: : ,
> will rail at the music made by purposes merely I SILK I GLOVES, the long and the short, h white and the black, (> 'I!CLOSETS, TABLES AND CHAIRS.
i" J''I the persevering student on the piano an occasional side issue assumed from j TO C'JU01,11 IN ON: ). DAY I 50c to $2.00 pair i t, auiL -" i n ..,
patriotic motives or from a predisposition Uh j MILANESE SUEDE GLOVES, that wash, in white and black rh l
rhi K during the day, while at night;: they Take Laxative J' fnio Quinine Tablets 50c w :| CREX AMERICAN GRASS CARPETS .
towards military affairs. Tbl9 mtgnaturH Ml L on every per pair. I
::"ki listen to the harking of their own | boa, :;;C, "" I,7-JVt/" WHITE GLACE KID, short lengths. $1 $1.25 and $1.50 per pair AND LINOLEUM, FINEST
While the National Guard bo (
; I Y' worthless canine with the greatest can I WHITE SUEDE KID. 16-button lengths, $2X0 and $2.25 pairGREEN ''THING
1 I counted on to respond promptly and ] ON EARTH FOR YOU;
I)' complacency and wonder why somepeople I We will Iaunat: spread tn t j
E If cheerfully to calls for active duty your i } HALL, DINING ROOM OR OFFICE.
l don't like dos.-Games' :lle
15 cents each and make them look
, .i. )l Sun. when occasion demands it, it is not WATSON & CO. : RUGS TO MATCH. MARSTON &
like uw ritar Laundry .
tP I! to be expected that the personnel of 1' QUINA.

o the force can attend encampments' I -". ml I
' : 'G.Purity's & CO G ,
; 1:. J. Lynch yesterdayfound a Try The News' WANT COLUMN. & CO .t:
I Ih and tours of drill exercise whenever CHI-W xu 1 H.'J'I-f.
: t tit' package of valuable papers whichwere
the War Department may see fit toj: -
t : dropped by visitor in the city, j ,
so order. Annual encampments I M'.ITHKKt&ernpla'n.own: *'
t r t 1i who evidently imcndi-d learn fir I 9';ft! nor ''""'"IM".** ('' the
' would be a most excellent thing but j] r. .U n ZRIIZIIIIH will illt rr4IHmli,
y .i Jiis home in the North this mornin.1).1j' each should 1)119 far dtbu contrscicdt'.iecre by
state be allowed to seleet -
t Mr. Lynch has left the package at I I ol said Yffcscl.
{ a date for such an encampment j H. W. UDUINKON
t j the Times office and the owner may 1 WJi-H-KKYriKK: 10., C::81".,'",
that will meet the convenience of1 on.II\D..8.: .1. iI
r 1 I' recovery it by establishing: his I
t :I right.-Tampa Times I I its militia. Moreover, a full attend-1' I I *
: 1! t Isl 7 PointsThese
ance at such encampments should not staHITHJoIUuHCII'JIIUIIOIlll'1|
:; f i t1 But if it had been a package of
be expected as many men who
young j
: fintl-snako bite IM. wouldn't! haH oreeofeald
\ are excellent militiamen and would i reel.1CtIIIF
1 f. lone a thin;? to it. "
.. Gulf Tntnilt ( 0", l'xn'xncontlanees
fl respond cheerfully to a call for duty : mil

\ There (is talk in some qllart'rsabout might fincIt difficult or impossibleto i are the seven points 1 I, ,
I NtlTIlt: the caprata ownrr'
I state aid in the building of sacrifice time from business occu I that make a beer healthful. .- nor COIMIKIKVI ol tar b"
\ We the os J-stl'r: will bw r"M>
I't roads. One lIIayH.II enquire what pations to be present at an encampment. use best barley thatA : for uebti contracted b)
'r i beer that has them is both crew of said ''''Ii( purpose will be served by hating the | money can buy. \ILr4IIOltSl'Alh11.RAAlttttCo.

state p> into the road building Impress It is reported from Washington [ good and good for you. We get our hops from Bo- I II : ., l'.ICunognte IR'

? It takes to build that the War Department has directed j
+ money hemia. A partner in our bus I,I
ii roads. This money has to he raidedby that the National Guard organizations iness selects all materials. SEE ELECTRIC LIGHTS AT SOt'

P taxation If the state builds the be inspected for the pur- j i! O 1ON'S.

road it must rolU-ct the money from pose of determining the fitness of -
j .1 the pooplo to pay .or them. If the i each organization.: For the eon"enI e IX';, Oflice Quarterraastt-r F

i county builds its own roads the I hence of Inspection the troops of sevI!I Our yeast is forever the rancas, Fla, April, lyoi: Sc

r county pays, the \..\ with the people's er.il states will be assembled\ at a'' posals. in triplicate will In -
same, and it gives to Schlitz hf-r until 12 m., April 25
money. The advantage of hating given place thus, for instance tho i
beer the flavor that other placing Steam Heating ,1peomplete >
each county build its own roads i-? I Louisiana: troops are to be ordered'I no ,
one set offic There
.t In the assurance that the money i to San Antonio, Tex., at least it is so ,i i I beer can have. I'. S. reserves rihi nor

raised for road purposes in a county reported. It may he seriously doubted j reject any or all propo'-a,

will be expended in that county, and! I if such an inspection would he pro. \I 3 part thereof. Information ton
I Idtictive THAT MADE'jIt application. Knu'luiit-!
not in sump other county as might of as good results as if each :
Cleanliness in our brewery proposals Bhuiild he cinlo\ :
be the case if the Mate had the management i organization were inspected at its own i, saps for Str.am Heating
is carried to utmost
of it. We all know Low it !(headquarter In this section a tour extremes. i 11v..i E. COLI:, Q. M
I I I April t. C. 7. 8, 2.: & i\
is with the state school fund Some -

counties pay into that fund $.5 for I 4 !I
: Hot Chocolate with
w every $: they gu back. It might be That We cool Schlitz beer in a
: Whipped Cream at Solo-
+ 'I just the same with a state road fun.! ,
I is a tonic and a food. plate glass room, in filtered imon's.
No. let us han no road building by i _
Tired FeelingIs j ,to keep germs away from it.
r the state. If a scheme can: be de I It is the beverage of health. Ii I-

( t tisetl by which some other state a Common Spring Trouble.It's : 5 i STEAMER LINE SCHEDULEi
' I would build our roads fjr us, that a sign that the blooil is deficientin Omit the beer without them. I -

I might do.t vitality, ji\-t as pimples and other We. : age it for months, untilAnd -n'o.at
IVni-acola and Jtitton-
remember that Schlitz it is well fermented. It is
# TO HURRY UP THE TAXPAYERS. eruptions are signs that the blood I llunn Dally Kxccpt: iandlml"CITY

'i At the meeting of the board of is impure. I beer costs just the same as the "green beer" that causes

county commissioners of Duval county It's a warning, too, which only the I. common beer.You'll biliousness. i OF TAMPA."

this week a circular letter was hazardous fail to heed.
I ,t Milton _.5.3"am L. Pen.acolat:' p:
j lead from the board ot county commissioners Hood's get :it if you ask for it. 6 I.hrPenmacolasauam Ar MIIIOD ,'t4

of cambia (Pensacola) Sarsaparillaand I rare, uc; Round trip,II.;#, _
Every drop of Schlitz beer
But if
county wherein it was requested to PillsRemove you don't'care, your

the legislature to a law dealer give beer is thoroughly filtered.
petition pass it, give new life, new cour- may you a JEWELER IN HIS
allowing taxraytrs a discount on that costs less than half so much
age, strength and animation. 7
taxes paid in November and Decemberof to brew.
They cleanse the blood and clear thecomplexion. NEW STANDI
2 p.r cent for Xo\culr and 1 percent After it is bottled and sealed,

ior December and that taxes hereceived Ask for
I the
at par in JanuarAnd a Accept no substitute i brewery bottling. every bottle is sterilized.L. -

penalty of 1 pe: cent be added for "I Mt tired: all tie time and could notsleep. .I have moved my jewelry ,' ire w

F'brufanll an additional 1 percent After taking Hood's sarsaparili I 120 South Palafox, formerly 'fa-
a while I ciniM sleep well and tIe trl'jrl'l'1n
per month until paid. This law pied by Bas: k Co., and am cW
bad This I
goi.e. great mel.clne has I
the letter stated, would be of great also cured me of !crofalB3.. C. 'I. better prepared than ever to gIn

advantage because of the exhausted ROOT, Gilcad, Conn. great bargains in dlamonJs.watc'.&

finances at etc. Call and see me and
condition of the county Hood's Sarsaparilla promises to Jewelry

the end of the year, and the neces cure and keeps the promise. .. L. BEAR & CO, Wholesale Agents for Pensacola. let me convince you.J. .


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D. MASONOf W. 0. O'NEAL, President; zuo. aeoa. M. E. CLARK, Cnhler; Ilr
NON. MORE SHIPS '. J. FOSHEEVioe-President; JOHN PfEifFER, Au't CtthUr. I ; ,


PENSACOLA, FLA. 1t' '1 : i

Honor in Many BASEBALL ASSOCIA REAR ADMIRAL COGHLAN WILL Designated Depository of the United States. b 4 !1

Capacities.Paine's .
Condensed Statement at the close of business March 20, 1903 : .


MEETING LAS TNIGHT. ERS TO PENSACOLA SOON. Loans and Discounts................. .. ... 1375,037.62 Capital Stock .......... ...... ... ...... .... 200000.00 i' lr =s o

Celery Demand Loans. ... ....... ..... ...... .... 83.203m Surplus ...... .... ...... ,... .... ...... .. .... 20000.00 rl, e t

Overdrafts..... ........................ .... 2,352.93 Undivided Profits..... ....... .... .... .... 609.39 ,!
The Pensacola Baseball Asodation Half a dozen or crack cruisers, U. B. Bonds and Premiums........ ...... 213,806.87! .! 125,000.00 ; ,l

is a more Stocks, securities, etc.... ........,......... 2,625.00 Dividends Unpaid,............ ....... .... .. 54.00 =t J
CompoundHAS reality, having been strongly organized it is stated, will come to Pensacola Furniture and Fixtures.... ...... .... ...... 6718.48 Deposits ...... ...... ............ ...... ...... 621,3 6.81 '

at a meeting held in the Cham soon and remain with the fleet of Cash and Exchange....................... 283,16630 j

KEPT HIM VIGOROUS, ber of Commerce rooms last night. battleships until the departure of the L k "

The officers and a governing board (Otter north, which will be in about Total...... .... .... ...... .......... ....... $966,910.20 Total.... .... .... .... ...... .... ...... .... $966,910.20 .' i .L
STRONG, AND HAPPY. were chosen, and now good baseball
two weeks from today. This bank opened for business October 23,1900. We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will give ; : 1 ; j '

I':' ar' now In lhe season of dangers is assured for Pensacola people. The fact that Admiral Coghlan will your business prompt, courteous and careful attention. 1, .. 1

'..r < and the tens of thousands The meeting last night was well at come here with his vessels adds additional

t'I: "' .'s. and half-dead people should tended. A large number who had interest to naval news here, 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME .' } m .,

,' ..-'.t to realize that they are t i ,
t< :. "n lang runs ground. This donated were in the meeting place as he uses the flagship of Admiral II ItI i ti ,

fiI"i:'< a: true of men and women when Chairman Schad called the Dewey to travel on. The Olympia has t
1 I'
a:',:", m i years.sirinS meeting to order and stated the purpose been placed in good condition, evenas I t

Tt ;, season, with rapid of the call. The finance committee t ,:
and her
., from warmth to frost, from good as new upon expected ; ,r
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'""'; .,;n weather to chiling rains was then called on for a report arrival our people will have an opportunity I

(. : :' T.SJ winds, is the time when and when this paper was read it was of viewing the most historic St
;. and women suffer most; shown that about $GOO was in hand, fighting machine afloat. Other ship; ?

time when weakness, nerv with a promise of more money coming. with the Olympia are the Marietta,

The committee gave notice that the .Machias Cincinnati, and Detroit. The 55 r :
rnlIDID@llm S G
work would be continued until all battleship Maine is down that way Q >

funds desired was in hand and it is stated that she will come to o.
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The election of officers and a governing Pensacola by easy stages, arriving -.
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,.. ;an board was then proceeded with, I here before the departure of the other +

ra.fif: w rind when completed the list showedup I ',
.' battleships.The I M 7. 11 i1 t tt
JF+ yNyiP \!
.x 11 b I ,
; } as follows: date of arrival of the cruisersis .

t ,7r( mYxI President. F. Schad.VicePresidentIt. not given it is left cutely with --- .. .i'i ;.

I G. Ferguson. Admiral Coghlan, as the appended dispatch 'f -: I : : .

r S'cretary-Tholl1a Johnson. will indicate. The message: I4 : jj:; :
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Treasurer-Thomas Harris. under Washington date line and is B. H. FAIRCHILD, ,.:. r .{) t I .

Manager-John G. Oliver. as follows!! : CT 3EH: O Xj S T E n 33H r': t ",' : :

Uoaril of DirectorsV. H.North- discretion -
"To Admiral Coghlan's 38 EAST ROMANA STREET. '
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up, George T. Morgan. Walter M. I'itt, has been It ft the; time of his departure Ii : !I'k'1.r t ,' '. ""
:...'oet Work and Refinishing furniture a .
John (I. Oliver, Bin M. Solomon, from Central American waters, 1 tI.
Specialty.IPliono .
Thomas Johnson and rred Schad.It but the tenor of the dispatch received i. ..
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4OG. .
is ascertained that things are today indicates that his presence there Our line of Alpaca, t, :. I L ) :

in excellent for beginning Warm l '
now shape will soon be unnecessary. .

the season on time. The committee "On starting north he will join the 50 MINERS Weather Serge 1 ; i'' :

1l'leg'tcsIessrs.:: Morgan, Schad and Atlantic squadron at Pensacola. Tha Clothing and

Oliver! left Montgomery this afternoon ships of Ue Caribbean sea division '' is now SicilianCoats I i. '. ,.

where they will attend tho will\ probably be docked at Norfolk or ENTOMBEDHALF ready. ,I i'.*.' .." !"

LARKIX n MASON r meeting at which the permanent organization Boston. An 1: I ; 7'Assort.

will be effected. The Pen \ Admiral Higginson's squadron is ex and ( i' ; I "'0 : '

s, insomnia rheumatism, neua sacola n.enill also deposit\ the guarantee peeled to Tl'achew York early in ment J: t fi _
Vests.Styles. ,
and digestive troubles are fund of $100 with the Monigom- May, and such vessels as need repairswill consisting h' '"" 1 4't4: :r I
At this time the fact t I 'i
common. "
ery board. be docked at the New York yard. SHAFT AND FEARS ARE FELT of t \ ; .

aged lot he people too strongly and those impressed who carethen up- The Terminal Company authorizes Crash: Correct, ,.' 17 ::1 it "1 'j
t [, I that I'aint-'s Celery Comi the statement that the grounds will FOR THEM.Wilkesbarre. Linen, + I
t . ,
i is what they need to renew be placed!: in good condition before the THE Quality -i tt '
I lei I .: : I,
physical and mental IK'rs.'at !
season commences and good seating and : .\ t ,;.
-, medicine enriches the poor Pa., April :3.: South I
t,-ry Mood, braces the nerves, accommodations will be amply pro- HomeSpun PricesAlways it. u ; ;. ", : .H j. ,i.
\Vilkesbarre shaft of the Lehigh and
ility, energy, restful bleep, vided.! GRAND LODGE \ i;' .
Wilkesbarre Coal this afternoon t F tl{f
y petite.| Let us all en- company Coats and OJ
'f- {
!IMS! timo to make the dear was the scene of an explosion Trousers.JOS. ; -. It
A Thoughtful Man. Right : : in our homos happy, \igor- which, according to all accounts obtainable '
.nled."p can do the M. M. Austin of Winchester, Ind., NOTABLE GATHERING OF MEM- \ \ f1
is the worst that has occurred 1 ; .
ti\' giving them Paine'sd knew what to do in the hour of need. i '

:' Hon. I4. I D. Ma!un.He His wife had such an unusual case of BERS OF THIS ORDER TO OCCUR in the anthracite region for some I J \ .1'b- (. ... .
;' as folio;AS alter awith time. The explosion occurred in the ., oi' .
stomach and liver trouble physicianscould .tI: ,
Paint"s.IC'r) HERE IN LATTER PART OF AP N'o. :3: lift of ='0. 10 slope, and fifty men 1 ,
not help\ her. lie thought of J' .. J
who went into that iwrtion of the .'
d Si) years of age, and tried Dr. Kin 's New Life Pills RIL. j / : '; ,
noil grossing; feeble mine to work this morning are Sill .J.
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and she got relief at once and was '
inactive. Although lKM-d at this writing to be entombed ;
i suppliediih! mini- finally cum!. Only "'>c, atV.. A. somewhere beneath the surface. COLEMAN, .ff; : i"j :

ins Ihat could meet D'Alcmberte's drug store, 121:! S. Pal- Creat: preparations' are now in i.. '
Just how the explosion occurred is ;
1 .I'idsim! from 1'ostoni
afo\ street. entertaining the
progress for properly Ii' .f
of Paine's.Il'fY _____ not Known. Crowds of excited people ( ; ,
.. ---- numbers of the Grand lodge, I. O. H. L '
< h lj>ed me. I made [. are standing around the fence enclosure .
and the result TAKE NOTICE.To : 15., District No. 7. which will convene CLOTHIER'I'I' ,
of the mine, eagerly waiting for >> "
L'13 South I'alal'i, Jf ; ,
-\\-n years I haven in Pensarnla on Sunday, April :
whom it may concern: words of hope from the bottom of the : ,
Ctnnixiiind regu'n Ii will from leading :
I Delegates come
age of 02: 1 am On and after this date all Resolu mine. At :2'4't p. m. the explosion occurred. ,. t tt.' .}' I' .
I. cities of eight Southern states, and altogether 'IIJ'
My son Is selling; tions, Cards of Thank, Excursions or i Word was at once sent to tint I .{ : ; U I
convention will be made *10 !
1 mid in our store', Entertainments to which! an admission -I" the offices of the company.! A superintendent ::: ,;, : 1 .: 4
i'' prals-e it highly: of representative business men. Ni:
is charged, and simi'ar notices, up was asked for and one was sent to r",1', \ !
of entertainmenthas "J! !I. .
-- An official program
will be charged for at regular sdvertitnt'j : : the operation at once. -. I.i'I'. 1 i'I' i
decided itositiu'ly .
CHURCH: not been upon If. 1- .
tales. As soon as the accident occurred. Ii" 1'. .
GUILD EXCHANGE but it is now proposed to tender a '1 1. '. .t t
Peck ordered the
Outside Foreman .
1 i r and Mrs. 1. H. grand banquet to the delegates at the .,'t.:.L.. .' ., "lI.ti (
Try The News Want Column. ; gales of Ihe fence closed( and would. t J ,- .
I hre oa llils Sa' Progress Club rooms on Tuesday l\, ,< I
allow no one to enter, so that the work '
12 o'clock, of --- Wednesday a trip on the : .'
: at -- -- ---- ---- night; and on '
of rescue would not be hampered. Of ". 'flf .tl.;
." li Jiiild; i\chango.; I bay will be the program. On the nightof ficials at the mines said there were ,; ; -: ;" /; : ,.:

'MMild as usual April :27! at the opera house the .'
about fifty men at work in that portion Bon Bons and Chocolates. 1l : .
I oho has kindly!I Little Folk's Minstrel Company will {
'E-- of the mine usually, and as far as :

..' his store. t' a entertain in honor of the delegates they Knew none of them have come ruui:: IMILICIOUN>> ; : : a. !J f : .
? of the little ones !
Menu. and this appearance out. : !
be the last. This part -- W. A i'. .
M 1'uffs. will probably --- ----- # D'ALEMBERTE, # ) :,1;

Cream Ties.Chocolate ''of I the stay of the delegates will be ) .

(. P.elairs.Cakes -57i s f I one of supreme delight.REWARD A PIONERR Druggist and Apothecary. 121 South Palafox St. : ;.>, !trt.i"j. .j ,

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ni Large Cakes. : f. !
tucker Coipiettes.Wafers : I FOR MERCHANT .. .. 'J '1- .' "' .ul t,!,
1 14
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I 1.'me Made Pickles. I .
;> 'I"tf. \."t. '
1 Brlght'e Disease and Diabetes : ,
I'', mo Mado CandySan.lwiches. '
\ I' Arc Positively Curable. fiB DENTIST.a t 1'

i 1111"Oift'l'\ LOUISVILLE & .
t 1ti{

MONEY AND BLOOD HOUNDS Adolph We \I", the .ell.known pionwr! of !TCO!! 28% S. Palafox Street, Old Armory Building. h f l : .t j JF' '

,: en Army. : Green street, San FruncUco, one of the fouiu. .

,' \1Iii1 f'r in charge t ; : :j: : OUT TO CATCH THE MISCRE' erg of the December Callforn 11,a IHH Cracker: Company, lnt rYiewed CROWN AND BRIDGE WORK A SPECIALTY.f f : : ; "'aM -1 E

',1 at S u'eh ek and Q.-Will to refer to as one I'KXSAC'OLA, TLA. ''a. d
ANTS. you permit us yon t;*:'f [
I.tl' : Sunday schools of those cured of diabetes: by the Fulton Compounds I fP j,to "fJl.. J
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.s All are conliScales ; ? --
A.-You may. It ought to be known. I bate Lumber. Hudgins' new style label for his Scent t
Ala., The Louisville & \ told about it .
a myself.Q
I Montgomery great many
t 2x3 scantling, J3: per thousand. cigar will interest you. .t y
i -You found bard to convince them fit
I has offered I
Nashville railroad company :3x3: scantling, $6 per thousand.
A Only thane cured can btlieve easily. Yea
at Jacoby's I
reward of $I.O f for the capture of Other items in proportion. Call and
a Till have great difficulty in making people ho' Try Gnnther'sCandiesatj fitSolonion'a.
ladies in large .
wrecked southbound see us.M6lmo.
the person who here LUMBER CO. .
.\n attendant<< is kept I SOLD BY passenger train No. 3, at Sparta. 73; Q physicians diagnosed ycur cam ai .
1',1, 1 ni'-isnrins; item at :2! diabetes? ---- -
south of :Montgomery:
u-h with a record. I 0.gLI.MMERNext o'clock miles Wednesday morning, and bloodhounds I had A.-to Se sleep.eraL with The my kidneys hind were under also my affocted back to. Good Cypress Shingles, $1.25 per \1\TelIes-Kahn\ {

trail. sustain me so could rest.CJ thousand. BEEKMAN LUMBER CO. Company 4
SEt are on their ; -How loDrf before you began to 1mpro..tlt ,
TRIC LIGHTS AT SOL and crew 1.- took hold alowly-it must bare been
CVS, Door to First National Bankr ., The escape of passengers several weeks Try The News' WANT COLUMN. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 4 '
was miraculous. A rail was taken up Q..-How long before you were fully restored! i iM
-- A -About a year.
-- clear of the ties, and several cars of Q -Can you recall any yon told about It? ----- -- --- GROCERS. -
miles an A.-One was a Mrs D., a friend of ours in the + ;1
the train, in running forty country. Her trouble was Blight's Disease. ; ,
t $$ hour, left the track and turned over She, too,recpTered. E. W. PEAK, '
i ift
Q-Any other?
M. Church, a passenger en route A.-A lady friend in Windsor Sonova County Electrical contractor: and builder, Headquarters for ; F <
SPECIALTIES Mrs. for was swollen with dropsy,ant I sect ber tbelIr1&lIt' will do your electrical work in flm-
i LENTEN "- I from Birmingham to New Orleans Dlifxte Compound, the second dozes and at rea-onable rates. Fancy and Staple Groceries. Pi
ill in a sleeper, completely* u>rin< her. class style -
medical treatment, was cj-tII hat, do you think I\owof the curability He can he found nt 30 South Palafox i- is = ti
She wasI of Brlgbt's DUtasa and Diabetes '
and was greatly A CUTM! await those who will take Ues street. Phone 203. -' ALL KINDS OF UP-TO-DATE.. ,

i .SOL CAHN & CO'S... I brought here resting this in evening Montgomery and is comfortably hos Compounds fur a suSlclent length of tlm. WE FANCY ARE GOODS.SOLE DISTRIBUTERS'-i y f% $(

Medical works agree that Bright D1s as ; e;
pital. and Diabetes are Incurable, but 87 per coat arepositively FOR WEST FLORIDA FOR THE :! .
'' t I It \rUKUKI. GKKFA' TURTLE :MEET; of the wreck was more recovering seder the Fulton Cc-n-
I The news pounds.! (Common: forms of kidney complaint '; .
..t' 1 I "iriHM'MI, SOIT-SHKLL C11AB9, reachin the outside and rheumatism offer but ifcori resistance ) t
than an hour Price,II for tt i Brlfhfs Disease and II SO forth Cafe du Mode Coffee, Sweet Home %
I'.iul| i | 'a v ''i in IU.OVTKI: uu'iKiin HEUUING: world. A trainman tele 4JO Montgomery street, San Francisco, sole Molasses, !Him! and Climax Flour, I; f q {
it by
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r TINNY: KHII.r. I to Castleberry to report compounders..crlpti..6 pamphlet Free tests mulled made fxett.lurt UcJilki ppti tiG photography, Baylels Delicatessen, German-Ameri ; ;t 1

-A .. :-r:tsing? Generally Kept in a First-Class Grocery. PHONE J7S- graph. HANNAH BROS., can Food Company's Canned Meats, j r

I label. Agents for Pensacola, Fla. 2043; S. Palafox Street. Etc, Etc. :1
_SS See Hudgins' new : !


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TRANSFERSVarious President of the ShaKespeariin Club Kansas City.

; Your booklet came to my + nervous tension.! The nerves
home like a message of health soon begin to give way under
I I I when I had suffered with the strain.ou perhaps ja-n
transfers of Escainbia! county headache,backache and bearIngdown a at any unusual disturbance

real estate were recorded during i pains. I was weak, or laugh or weep Lysterllcally
I' and hysterical and at
the week ending Saturday. April 4th nervous : no apparent cause.
had consulted doctor, That is what
not Miss
any Fay L
1!<03, all of which; are reported for k
thinking it would pass away + 603}, North Seventh ;trees
The Sews by Thos. C. Watson & in time, but instead found t Kansas City Kalus.I"u;

/ Co., real estate agents: that the pains increased and coining to when she rescues
'' more frequent. I decided p herself by taking Wine
F. E. Commys to Ed. Reilly-:30 by were c(
ISO feet of lot 332, Old City-Jl.OO. to try Wine of Cardui Mill ray Lu. Cardui. The Wine cad

Ed. Reilly to Thersa Commys-Same and iaashorttimcwumuch her a strong,healthy woEaaagain :
e P 1uC property-$1.00. improved. It seemed to act like a charm. : as it has made a million other

Mary A. Beasly et al. to Mary I kept up the treatment and the result women strong and healthy.! By induc
was most satisfactory. Words fail to ex- ing regular menstruation the
Lynch 2 acres 01 Southwest 14: of S. eat:re
: : 1\'. >4 of section 5, T. 5 X., R. 30 W- press my gratitude for the suffering that system is relieved of the terrible wasUiii
J JoO.OO. is BOW saved me. I am in fine health, drains. The ligaments which hold tta

Mary Lynch toV.. L. Diamond physically and mentally. I can only say womb in place are strengthened; by
'thank you', but there is much more in i
Same propertY5.00. flow and that
heart for healthy organ is returned
Marina R. Colley to A. M. my you. to its normal position.
Lots 9 anu 10 in Century- |I EARIXG-DOWN pains are the health is the result. This ht

J. C. Carter to P. J. Grosskopf. B worst that women know. If ee of Cardui has done for owl
10 ft. of lot ti and \\'. 30 I ft. lot 7, oloek you are lutleringiromthistrrnI'n! ,
of the best in America.
ble need not le uncertain
29, New City-$750.00. I| TOU
D. Williams et al to Wade H. .', about it. the pains in the abdomen If you need advice write The Ladlej

'oIorgm-Lots 25; to 29, block 122, East and back that feel as if heavy weights Advisory Department, The Chattnooga >
King tract-$ :;O.Ou.>( were pulling down on the nerves of the Medicine Company,Chattanocj a,

J. K. ewing et al ta C. F. Ward- stomach are "bearing-down pains". Tenn., describing all: your lymrtlI:;,
Lots 1 and:: block Ul: : Maxent tractJIS'I.OO. They may not be particularly severe at freely, and a letter of advice<: l.
I I present but tht'y.are growing worse.
drives sent you. Secure a H.OO bottle of\Vic
That headache which nearly
A. L. Thomas et al to George Thom. ten
is caused the terrible of Cardui from druggist
' as. :Sr.-Lots 22 and 2'. block 110 Max distracted now by your today.
eat tract, and 15 by 75; ft. and :::!I) by
hiS, block 3, Donaldson: tract-$l.oo. j A million
I 1 Margaret hite et al to Geo. Thomas I! WINE of CARDVI have 5erfr.f\l"bte1; !
;i't i f
Sr.-15 by 75 ft. and 20 by 108 It. 'I Wire of Cardni.You

of block :2 J, Donaldson tract-$.OO.UO.I I'I ..
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J. J. llooton to Harriet S. Keyser --- --- - -

Lots 15; to 28! block 17, East King want a jro+:.d j ino tuner nni/r
i tract, W. of R. R. and 5 acres of lot stay in Pen-acola, till you to'E. W.. !:AI .
1, Maura Grant-f75o.oO. buck your order, rFu1 it in. I have _
Lewis Holey and wife to Sou. tates > had 20 Y' nr3' experience and have -
Lumber Co.-Lands in 1' woiked ; so Sortt" Piufox'r ,
townships : in several piano factories.\N\ t k 1 ; si
4k and 2 S., R. 31 west township 2 S., 1 1Ii. I Orders left at Johnsons book store i I raIl eN, wires anl ,ill K i-, .f
; 30: west, and township 1 N., It. 31 will be attended to. electrical
9i& supplies.
I west-$2i>o.oo. I I CIIAS. W. P1 E3SLEV. j II work. : do
your Call phone art.
Wm. Doyle to Wm. Fi\her-Lots 17

and the past half of 1C block: 41, Don I
aldson tract-$400.00.

Jno. Nichols to J. J. Itooton-Lots I
jj 13 and 14, block :30, East King tract-I WICKS & co.
" ; Hannah Hicks to James Milncr

: 10 acres of Iota 5 sec. 12, township 1 Plumber
t.. S., R. :30: west-$100.00. Gas and Steam fitter
F. 'M. McMillan et al to McMillan ,
V Mill ('o.-X. W. U of S. E. >4 sec. 14,
t township 4 N., It. 32: \\'-$00.00. No. fc South Palafnz: Street
Same to C. L. Wiggins-Lots 1 and
2 sec. 3, tp. 5 ..., R. 30 \\"-$112.50. j All Kinds 01 Plumbing and Gas Fitttag .Vatenah Eep> '>t h.

Escambia Lumber Co. et al to C. L. >'rF: :;''1N",1 I.rl'J" s.... aI

Wiggins-Lots 3:. 4 and 9, sec. 37 tp. I'

i \6& 6 \, R. 30 W-$:0.00. i I' ,

1 Saved 'U. S. A. to L.. A. l.Irewton-IGO acres
( Mylifeo"h sec. 30: tp. 4 X., R. 31 \\'- 'r 1: SAMUEL CHARLES

U. S. A. to Jas. \\'. King-!\. I',. >'4 ,
; sec. C, tp. 5 X., R. 3:5:: W-lid.Escainbia I : 'Iij
h Lodge F. & A. M. to Mrs.! l BDDT AND SHOE MAKER
? John Kelley-I* t 7 in sec. 11, St. + ,

"Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound cured me when all Johns Cemetery$13.00.: f$ REPAIRING NEATLY DONE WHILE YOU WAIT.
L. A. Curtis et al to Bears Realty
else had failed. I suffered a long time with female troubles." Co.-Lots Gaud 7, block W.; lots 4 to : ; Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Khoes, Leather Finding. .

) 7 block 31'J, and lot 5. block :;::G. New PHO.NK: : SU. UUS !,tlI'(11 6'.1I,\ox vl'UF7FG

t t "Airs. Pinkham's advice and medicine saved me from a surgical City-$1.00.A Great Sensation. !

f.k; operation. Doctors said an operation was necessary." There was a big sensation: in Lees1 1 j!I! J. E. DUJ3UISSOX t9 BROTHER,

vine Ind., when \\'. II. Brown of thatpbee :
, Thousands upon thousands of women throughout this country are not only expressing such sentimentsas who was erpeced: to die, bad II I 'OKXKK TA1tIt1GON.1 AND INTKXDK.NCIA STIIKKTS.Dealers .

,1.1 the above to their friends, but are writing: letters of gratitude containing just such expressions to Mrs. his life saved by Lr. King's New Discovery ( in

j' Pinkh.im until she htus more than a million from women: all clasps of society oho have been restored endured for insufferable consumption.agonies He writes from"I: j Choice Staple and Family Groceries &

.. to health by her ad\ice and medicine after all other means hail failed. j ,
Asthma but your New Discovery gave I Our Goods are-Received Fresh
:. Daily. They p.re too miny to enumerate,
!; Women should remember that it is Lydia r.. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound that is performing me immediate relief and soon thereafter and are Warranted to be the Bust the Market Affords and can be

t. such remarkable cures assisted by 31 rs. Pinkham's sidi'ice. effected a complete ciire. Similar Relied on. We can Duplicate any Order Oiven in During the

,J cures of Consumption, Pneumonia, Holidays and will Deliver Free to any Part of the City.

If you are a,ked by a druggist to take something, demand the medicine which you know is best- Bronchitis: and Grip are numerous COUNTRY ORDERS WILL RECEIVE CAREFUL ATTENTION.

the nifdicineliiih has made the nunilier of cures-the nu.'didnehose record is
: greatest unequalled by It's
the peerless remedy for all throa I P.O.80x326.
any other medicine, exclusively' for uomen, in the worM, and lung troubles. Price ;50c: and $1. I I J.E.Dubuisson&Bro.,
:, PHONE 66.
Guaranteed by \\". A. J\tt'mhl'rte.1

i Druggist, 1:1 S. I'alafox street. Trial :, Fnluily Grooors.
E. Pinkham's
i Lydia Vegetable Compound. i I' bottles free. I II EL 1Jlr -

, I TO GUARD CONSULATE. : V.&. Co Averye ;

Am ship Kenneheck, 193C, Lane, AFTER LA GRIPPE-WHAT? I
The Cruiser Atlanta Lands a :
Maritime. Boston to John A. Merrltt & Co. (EfC'CKSSOK TORY
% WOOLf'flT.h"IMP'f1tTER
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it Unusually! a hacking cough and a !I at San Domingo. :
Indus, Ital ship, Oneta, 1111, Marseilles i general of : ; AiI3 JOBBER OFHARD6'7'TAB
feeling weakness often I Cape Hayt[ l-n. April ;;.-The Fittia-j"
,1 to Ko! Sailed. Nor ship !:;ars, 12CO, Durban is The commander at the ] E
supposed to have the
'q,\ lr fs ('aime-ra:;. Cili.son. Cardiff to I,'. O. Howe & Co danger passed i|i United States cruiser Atlanta which i II .
point. Foley Honey and
arrived at Santo Domingo from this: !
l, VESSELS Saga; Nor hip, liana, 1221: : Montevideo I Tar is Knaranted to cure the "grippecom I I port yesterday, landed a detachment I Iron, Nails, Axes Hhovt Is. tw Mill and titeambnute

r: IN PORT. to master I I h" and make you strong am 110E,I fifty blue jackets to guard Ili i Supplies, Cooking and He ,. stoves\ Paint Oils

.,' --- I I well. It never fails to stop a cough I'nited Stales consulate in that city Window Glass Guns, Piti mil Fi"hin.Tackle..
Steamships.Culg"a Barks. if taken in time. Take no substitutes. shell fired last night by the !K min- Auto and Tiinvarc
ana U'a; ??crurnisJtill G-JO tt
1.\ :; ; .
cruiser President which is
: Advokit Schlanuer on I II
Nor bk.1ad.
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Am. '
2170 New
ss Doyle, side of President Yasquez. fell ( 'AGEXriFOR BIRMINGHAM ROLLING b1ILLCOSIPASY'3
l York to U. S. Navy. sen,-. Algoa Bay to order the German consulate. The damage
I I on I Revere Giant rititched Belting,
A Aviemore Nor bk. Hansen, 1013 OHO) aIRUII8 3T done, however was immeterial. i Whorl : Emery
f C'airncraR, r.r ss, 1931: dibson, Vera c- Ltftin & Rand Powder Co., Johnson's K'U-
. Cruz to Siiiln-Tlaiid-Innis Co. Rio Janeiro to order A battle lasting three hours took somiue. Iron King and Buck Stoves and RingeVm

k; Ital bk Aniellina, 803 Maniace, Marseilles --OJ- place yesterday morning between the i Coups & CO.'H Raw Hide Lace Leather Mdsury'a
Durango :pan ss, Quintana, 2237 government troops and the Made Railroad: Colors.
:New! Haven to :Sutherland-Innes Co to 11. Baars & Co. ists on the hank of the re\'oIUtiOn'j

Dorothy, Am ss, It;:!!!. McDonald: Enrirhettarcamf', Ital bk 993.: _, f f IRDGOtFEC11OER'e'r *["' which flows into the I Masonic Temple 1 PfcnsacQlaJU

'. to U. S. Navy Tassino, Genoa, to S. S. L. Co at Santo Domingo.: A hundred men _

Carlo 1'. Ital bk, Boffe 1C73 Montevideo were Killed or wounded. I
Ester hwed ss, IrtSS, HornJahl, tiulf- -
President Yasquez demands the TIME TABLE.
port to 11. Baars & Co to order surrender of San Domingo City, but

Earlwond l'-r ss, 14SO. Brown, Havana Gregoria, Ital bk. Olivari, 847 Ten- 0. APOSTLE'S the revolutionists propose to resist LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE
to Sutherhnd-Innis Co. I criff to order up to the last moment.

Francisco Span ss: Echevarrla, Lady PenrLyn Nor bk. Andersen, 14 East! taint SI,, THE BATTLESHIP ILLINOIS IN EFFECT DECEMBER 1.19a1 -

. J50S. Biloxi to Gulf Transit Co. P 773 Savannah to order Formerly Cordova Restaurant Stan COMING IN. New O.-leans and Mobile.

Greenwich, Br ss. 1SCJ.: Cobb, BelIze -I Mary A. Troop, Br bk IllS Walley. -- -.-
S Santos to order. Oae car-load of Pineapples at 11.75 The battleship Illinois was sighted No.b. .o... SO.I. No.1.
to C. C. Mensel Cu. No.1. :010,1.
I to $2.00 per dozen. in the gulf beyond the life saving station 7:1 a 12I m 11:1X p Le.Pe.YsneseoteArrl.e f:00" ':110 Dai
4 Katendrecht, Dutch as, Teensina, Holt Nor bk Torgensen, 1170, Cetteto at an early hour this afternoonand i' 8M a .27 p lags L".ve_ FlomatoD.... LfoaTeI.\ s 111' p p 146 II II
- ---- 11:00 a ::!:! p 2:5 a L.ooa..e Mobile .__. Lesve L 1ItI
Vera Cruz to W. S. Keyser & Co. Master. she was moving toward the navy ...---.. 8:2'ip 7:81) a Leave _Wew Orll'atlL Leave IIIJO; p alt 12:111 7:26 a n 6:00 II

k Inchkeith, Br ss :U9, Major, Boston j j Thomas, Ital Ik, Lauro S09, Naplesto yard. It is expected that she will'
,: master NEW\ SCHEDULE.OF cross the bar betore night and be at North.
to Gulf Transit Co. I
anchor in the bay tomorrow. The location
;1 .Mortlake. Br ss 1720, Xicollo Tarn- Schooners tf the Iowa is not I:
as'ertain'l No.1. NO. ..
.? pico, to Cult Transit Co.Maryland's Dona Christina, Am sch, ]Gj. Axel-- able this afternoon but it IlU5pmn I 12l6pm LcanPen'a _ArrheIq No. 1 No. 1,

$ llr ss, Kilfi, son, Coatzacoalcos to order STEAMER CAPTAIN FRITZ, probable that she will come into the : am'' <:57 p mrrlve_ Montgomery _Uare 11:15 p am m 6.lam Icffipu
harbor number of: 1I:6Vam gtM pm Arrive_ Birmingham .Leave
tomorrow. Quite a 1IIS3"m
i: rtsmouth to Keyser & Co nr'edil"j'J I Mabel Darling Br sch, Sweeting J. N. ROOEKS 'l 7: Illinois'
Manager.Leave looking the
! persons were at 2:31 a m 8:18 am Arrive...LoalBvllle ...,.LtePS
I ':111 t.t5
{ :\ith, Br Stureuhen. 14S3 Dunmore Town to masterGovernor p m am
ss with glasses from elevated positions : 1oa m ,,11/iU"/ m ArriveClaclnoatl..Leave 6:00p
m IlISpm
::1 Kingston to His M. Robinson ( Blake: Br sch, -, Grand Thursday morning Freeport. Monday: and on the bay front. : 7:31 am 1:31p m Arrive ._ ..PU.IOOI.Le&Ve <:15p ra _H.6pm. _

.. Irene, sued ss, 112.. Boyessen, Ca\man. to Jno. A. Merritt & Co Arrive at Pen=acola Monday and THE I PENSACOLA AND RIVER JUNCTION.

''tr. Tampieo to \\'. L. \Vittich & Co. I( Gardiner B. Reynolds, Am sch, ::31, Thursday nieht. INDIANA JS
14 \Vilhemina, Br ss, 10S2, Bono Tam Anderson. LaGua\ra to order Leave Pensacola Tuesday and ANCHORED HERE NOW. No.21-DaUy No. 8-IJ"I1Y'' No stop where time Dot shown So. I-DaUy ,No. n-l.Ialf

pico, to nix M. Robinson. I I Richard A. Bingham, 69, Merritt Friday night. The battleship Indiana came into I U:16 11:55 night pm 7:00 7:11"a m (ILeau" __ J'enlacoJ"Arrrve 10:611 p m -G: p m-
Arrive at Freeport obeml"_ to
Wednesdayand 10:87 I s:(e
Zanzibar, Br ss. In:}, Robinson, Belize to C C. Mengel & Bros I Saturday morning port last evening and took up an anchorage 12:10": 7:1G"" Ynleltra_ 10:11. I 8:01 "
quite near the flagship. The 12:28".. T:19 ,. .Eseembla__ "1 tote SIT "
New Haven Keyser: & Co .. Indiana made excellent 1236; 7:26 __ MOla e : 61239 .:\ '
an firing record fag: ___ Harp .__ .. IOt 6:40;
at targets on the gulf and when 1260 I 75 II "
Ships. ; -UnCIt1_ '
.. 10:16 6:17"
: SOrPIECE DINNER SET she appeared yesterday crews from 121; I fll: .". u MlltOD._._ 10:10 i I 6:11:
Carana, Ital ship.Cosla. 14SS Cape i FREE I all the vessels; pave her a rousing 1:110 1:611"a m ._ _food Ranger ...... U 4:56 ?
816" _
; HOltl __ i "
: Town to H. Baars & Co. welcome. The Indiana has been out 120" 8:1tO": .Mllllgan __ "i 886 .its "
1:110 I :11
Wonderful Indaorroent to Kll oar M Baklm P w4cbtTfrr
I I purrhurTof a poood flu of a.u Bailee* ftrundwoor for over a week. Some of her crew 1:00 1:111I"II 8JP.1"" "" .,CreItTlew_ I sal I .:00
Plan\...Hi wUI fP<' iT"llii .bwnuiul Nose kMconilifcUunt were allowed shore leave this after 1.61 _DeerLand 8:611 IM
lo.atYtu ber.ndIlX rat glaM p t- 1:211" 1:19 II _'_ MOil' Hew II eta 1le "
I I"",,. ""m"t r :.glfnUlIlr >>oImelyr..e", noon. .:08" ':86" a .DeF'lnt"t MlIr1nlL. 8:18 4a6t0 "
rlU'l"hurl.of I>y.""" .:18" II ..
.....1..I.ho..uetoun..neor; 8."Bet...P..Jer'le 8:" Argyle ,:<< 111
," 'o. .__ .... hlwaer .: I ': 7' _Ponce de L ol1._ ? !9 I.
un lrr Plan!> e V vitk tke tmiSf *.r. W. o .du js i o xi x.a.. I 11:00" : 2:11
10:10' ___
dtvunicd k- WeIU-lIIe__ t'
>t rrre I*taeYp.ee1.rIwerreahatd.Jm+ 7:11 1M
1'Ir.eDl..e.N.t.r.if-....r.Te.fc c ab..telle**. Wn.me Bean the itb Kad Yat Ha 91N2r4, B:tJ IOlj" 10:15 I -_ CarYT'LJI8_ 'a 7tl" 1:611 ..
do n.1 rnlnlre any mnn.yh ad_ f'omply..d 01 yourand I a.IIII" 10:1tO. .
fcUreoi ami. wUI forward dlflenci and toll inter. I -Poaltar GCA: I Jt1.:
e our plam
r1tW1LI 1:00" II ..
'fd : 101
mallo. \.. win ie .... I t..ee wiat ... k __. : _CblpI81 II 8:87" 114
......... ......... .tJb [8:1J" 1ltr. I
pll. ter 'L We will&DOWJOll IIf'IHoD days; to denwv the ride ud eofNt u..1IIII8I'Ybot""' i iI -Cottondale_ G:18" U'II nsoa
t Ierns u. We allow \anIe tUb l'O\IUIllOOIOD If p ltn'ld.lI e pay aa tee, ht. w. aIIo pre .......... ':00" 11:2a" ._....Marlaana.-. II 1:00 II 1U"
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I 1.101. ( .coIo. (1.1. itr W. Pau a. .a..J lutraa".I. naI. M..il.gCbalr.hunt &lid YZO" 11:16": C1pr'u II GJIII"
-,.. ."t<>IbM'....fuI....\dedrebleatttd far II In8 oar goo.L W rue for.F'Unt and fall tafonn&tioa. I 1 I Hudgins has a new label for the ':40" llU" 1L'I5 art
1 _. .. .. i i acct Ridge.- 6i2 II ll2'
SJ Lt0NA. st PPLirsrl'O11PAN 1127' 1I** Pine treet Mt. *.1. X 71" "
W B asEurc our reader thathe SaiTona SappUee Company a thoroughly J'\Wab1o.-lW.I5In.4)1 I I best 5 cent cigar on the market. .1.1I | 1:11' dab 1tJ6 DOfD II AtrlveBivarlsaotloaLeave ti0eade' boo 11:21"II I:1Ao ln:'iO..



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: Are Being Made Daily Free of Charge '.i. '

::: .-.- TO THE PEN The Yield of U. S. On account of April 10 occurring by the Red Cross Physicians, Who '.' h t i !

:i .t c._ during Holy Week the colored citizens Are Located at 111 West Chase :,tJi l h ':',
IJ-' ; ; .. r
f-- Government thought it a wise idea to suspendthe Street-Services for Three Month f. l 14Are > i

,HEAVY SENTENCES PASSED ON proposed entertainment of the Given Free to All Invalids Who '- i'1 i i-r >
I. .i L ] negro seamen until the expiration of Call Upon Them Before April 21. j : 1; 1 I 1F
.-.-' -- ; Ytf 14 CONVICTEb MEN, BOYS AND 4 Per Cent. Itonds (1922)) Holy time. The entertainment com : tt: :.Ii: ;" .
A staff of eminent physicians and ,,: ..).. .; r fJr. :
WOMEN BY JUDGE BEGGS THIS compared with the returns on mittee's chairman thereupon took up surgeons from the Red Cross Medical J l' ',;k-f. l i

: MORNING.I the % the matter with Rear Admiral Hig- Institute have at the urgent solicitation -" : J'.s' tjt ,

5 twenty year gold bonds glnson and requested that if convenient of a large number of patients under :tt ,'' i'
i their care in this country, established \ 1] <: ; : ttt.: :
issued t
by the date be postponed for several : t jl
a permanent branch ot the Institute "J.t ,' .. ?-. .1
iI Judge Beggs was able to leave his days. Yesterday afternoon the Admiral in this city at 111 West Chase : i.t't.( :' f, !:

I room this morning and appeared at the THE MUTUAL addressed a letter to the chair street. :,t t rc tj
man and stated that he -would be The eminent gentlemen have decided f1' s l.I { 11;
court house at 10 a. m. to pass sentence > '
1: $ on all prisoners who had been LIFE INSURANCE, COMPANYOF pleased to allow all the colored seamen for to three give months their services(medicine' entirely excepted free) I 1(1$,. ;\ Itll1 t =,:

; shore liberty on Monday: evening, ..
convicted during the term. Some to all in\alids wto call upon them for 1 't : I
NEW YORK, April 13, which was highly acceptableto treatment between now and April 21st. af i '. I' Q':
heavy penalties were Imposed, one '
the colored entertainers. The large These services consist not only of consultations ,11 I ; : j' ;:. t;
,1 ,
defendant having been sent to the pen T (
examination and advice but :I \ { '
Richard A.
McCurdy President hall at the corner of Government and t'
itentiary for ten years at hard labor. also of minor surgical operations. The ;: \( i'4 IJ.
t (+ c: Tarragona streets has been secured, :
: in this is ta t 1t" .
object pursuing course ,
The first defendant called
II % t ___- up
: !
'. p John Trice for breaking and entering.The is shown in a ledger statement and the affair will be quite a "recher-1'! become rapidly and personally acquainted i1 1}:< ;', {1 J
che" affair in colored society as ex- with the sick and afflicted '" j '. I ;
; :: 4iA sentence was to pay a fine of $5 which can be obtained by tensive preparations are being made. and under no conditions will any :I.: !J'r I { i 111,.

and costs or three months in the county charge whatever be niade for any ser t. : ,1 .. .i "

jail. addressingNassau vices rendered for three months to ::1&& 'i "; : ", .
-- ----- -- all Mho call before 21st. The tpt. .. '
Henrietta Smith grand larceny For liver troubles and constipation April \.t \
WAS BRED IN OLD KENTUCKYBtjOfitocHTneDistillerOwensboro.KenruchyJ:' doctors treat all forms of diseases and 1\.1 1 t, : ', .,

t: was sent to the penitentiary for three Cedar, Williams and Liberty There's nothing better\in creation deformities and ginranlce a cure in : '.f :t ,; ",.' -
years at hard labor. She is a negro case .. undeitaKe. At the .
every .jey 1- \ t
Than Little Risers the famous "
Streets New York, N. Y. Early J
I and was convicted of stealing a large first interview a thorough examination '" : ",
) sum Irom a white gentleman.John little pills. is made, and, if incurable you are i "
ATTENTION! Ji,, j a: 1 t
I frankly told so; also advised against l J
Little .
Williams a negro, was convicted Early Risers are different '
s:peudiug money for useless: treatment j' J: t ;
L. EEAR & CO., DISTILLERY DISTRIBUTORS, PENSACOLA, FLA. on three indictments of breakingand Regular Communication of Escam- from all other pills. They do not Male and f male weakness, catarrh : J,! i'1" "

-I IJo'or entering. For the respective cases weaken the system, but act as a tonicto and catarrhal: deafness; alto \ariocele, .,? .F1;" 't ,: I it.rupturE" .
A LESSON IN HEALTH. I bia Lodge No. 15, F. and A. M.. 8 ..
Over Surj Veara.MBS. and all diseases .1 LTl, '
he was sent to the state penitentiaryfor the tissues by arousing the secre- goitre cancer ',
K:dnej's filter the impuri- WISSLOW'S HOOTEISB SVCCP bt& one, four and three )'ears. I o'clock p. m., Monday' April 6th. VIsIting tions and restoring the liver to the of the rectum: ate positively L,' Jfj i it t \ 1

been used for over sixty years by milllonsof Informations were filed this morning brethren are cordially invited. cured by their new trtatcent."i.
T th Wood and unless they I mothers for their children while teething against Barney Lee and Edward I W. D. KESSLER. M. full performance of its functions naturally Their chief associate surgeon of tho 1, t ,' t

"'.1 I health is impossible. with perfect euccrtts. it soothes the child Mangel, small white boys, for stealinga I HARRY. GlD S. Sec. llargis" Pharmacy John institute will be in personal charge. .j1..{... j' ; ':t ".\

: <1\ ,ilnoy Cure makes sound I II tofteni the KBrusallays all pwo.curel1rltd lot of articles from a gentleman at Sheppard, Sidney Kahn. Offic/s 111 West Chase. 4.' .'J',, .,s \
,,'.'' will all oollc and U the beet remedy for Diarrhoea. Cottage liii!. The boys pleaded guilty I I The opening 'at Jacoby's tomorrow Office hoi rs, 9 a. m. to 7 p. m.: Sundays ;. .i"! ".J' .t\ !
positively cure
It will relieve' the poor little sufferer Immediately. and were given 60 days each in jail 10 to 1. '';:' ;:i i."" I
will be largely: attended and prettysouvenirs SEE ELECTRIC LIGHTS AT SOL.OMON'S. : 1 -
1 L and bladder disease. :
t ulney Mold by Druggists In every pan in default of pacing a fine of {15: and: '
'.i-ni the whole Astern. W., of the world. Twenty-live cents a bottl! costs. will be presented to everyone CREX GRASS FURNITURE FOR -v: ;: !L \, f .,",

,\ :i II.illrte 121:! South Palafox'' Be sure you ask for"51 m.Wlnslow's HoolbngHyrnp. Arthur Wright; and Mannie Land- I and the choicest groceries THE LIBRARY, PARLOR AND BEDROOM j' I.f''f' !

,' aai Uka no other kind I'I int-j rum and negroes stealing, convicted groceries of breaking from a I will be shown.BEAUTIFUL. [udgirz's, lie zest JOT jjc. AT MARSTON & QUINA'S. :' j, ; r' '; 'i I 1

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'[ stole at the dt'potff're sent to the : 1\ :
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.\ 1ua .I,1 (;ure fur ,'jl,." : .. : PARKER'SHAIR pen for three years each. -J J
flAt.; BALSAM Osborne Peters and C. J. Kellar WRITINGPAPERREASONABLY. A. J. C. VAN PELT. : : :
': ", Hlintl Klcedlug or Protruding r1' Clwiirt and bwmrct. hife I iN.PELT : :1:
fl" j "ur' Oruraurt s luxuriant pruwtu I were white. They were convicted of fr.rJ: :
p W.-yfP Fail to Bestore Ur.yJ Kellar
crimes against!; nature. was BROTHERS I
B : if I'AKO OINTMENT fail to cure & 4 % Hur to it. Youthful Color. :
_, ui CUR"tip 4iruct* tsr.taUwg. sent to the penitentiary for ten years : ,
yq. cents #lr and$1 i mat Dnj? .ir. I
and Peters for three years. They are : ;

--- -- -- seamen Attorneys from for an Prince American Morns vessel.argueda Time was when Papyrus or Paper STAPLE ) i + f.FWJ.ltf.j$ 4
D. HALE WILSON, motion for a new trial, but it was. was an expensive luxury. | .Jl :

rt' used. The defendant was then called 'Only the very wealthy could afford J ,
up for sentence and after having to write letters in those days. t 'U '
Real Estate and Rental Agent been: subjected to a caustic lecture Now the cost of production has 1'
from the judge, was fined $1H and ANY PART OF THE CITf. 1 .' I "ii ;!
costs or three' months in default of been figured so low that almost any i.J_? I 'r ." .

1:$12 South Palafov Street, pjment. Forty-five days were granted one can afford Pretty Paper. Have Added to Stock a Complete Assortment of Anti-Rust Tinware. ,Posi- J :. !,.:, \. :. it J.. ., .j

TELEPHONE IVO. 243. to prepare a bill of exceptions. Take for instance, our 25c boxes. tively Guaranteed Not to Rust. This is Something that Housekeep :-? I j!
-, Regga lust; previous was informed to adjournment.of the supreme Judge We have a dozen styles to select ers have. not had the Opportunity to Purchase Before. .,![tf{ ,.: 4j\' I'

court's reversal of opinion in the from. ;' p \ ". I Jt I'! !

Classified Advertisements. Whorley case but as no mandate had Rough paper or smooth paper, ruled VAN PELT BROTHERS : : i ;;: : ; :]

been received no action was taken. paper or unruled paper, white paperor : I "
when the court is again .
-- On Tuesday '
ONE CENT A WORD. called to order, a nolle pro sse will \bo colored paper. TELEPHONE NO. 231 ?* j* .* 31 EAST GARDEN ST. ;JI
entered in the Whorley case and the And every one of them a paper '. l .
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same orJer may be made in the similar -, that will lend a correct tone to almost 't" t I 1 1i

tfGNEY TO LOAN !r----._ WANTED.. ._ case against Hogan. any kind of correspondence.Of \\l" I Doors andWindow & :; :: : .j

\AXTEL-Organizers for an established \ -. Ely's Liquid Cream Balm is an od course, we have .lower-priced .JJ. '1'" 'I" !

1\\ ,.* rea-onable: terms and I Iit I II I Fraternal Insurance Company -' triend in a new form. It is prepared papers< and there are some beau ful Screens jj

.' .*. i with latest plans and businessmethods. \ high-priced boxes at 10c .that .will "I ,,
,1 I I for the particular benefit of sufferers j jVom '
W. ItULLARD. ) thc most fastidious: .corres .( \ \\\ I f t.
P.ilnfo\, U 1'- taJr'". aige salaries paidgOOI nasal catarrh who are used to'' please ,. \ HAVE YOU ;;1' : ,;1
j \\ men. Write for full particu- diseased pondent.All : THE PROTECT AND H I '
A. JL-\I-N, Manu.r atomizer in snrajing the : ; 1- ; :r1
H'1 lirs. THE UNITED AMERICANS: membrane. All the healing and sooth the latest shades ard shapes; of ':":: C0MF0RrTIIEYAFF0RD? 'I.r...; .j. i ', .

Warder writing at ... !. f'\ ;;
paper \
I'.Ids.'aihington, D. C. )
of Cream Balm are retained ) t
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i to 'I
March :!Soaw4w -------- --- Get Prices Now. ;
in the preparation. It LE ,
new I
fl ( : J \ :tl
(to .- :J-r' od<, hordes; wajrons, --- --- > Price, : \
the tioni.
: : 'I: a all other kiuds of \-\\'fED-\t once an Al preser atM. does not dry up I'ecr< J. M. OOE'S t'i K; t' j

.. UiKinesi Felix's tailor including spraying tube 75 cents. At II. G Mika) i Co.C t I
;i'jrt.v.; pri- shop 9 West In- : I \ .l.lI
\ ,', .' I ', -t "foff'CY g2lrattsed.: t'>p
:* 1 I' ,ufst.: A. A. KNher.2m tf Warren Street, New York will mail ;T9 Telephone 11. I 1!I'i'!; j$I"J" ': '1):itf J
W.\? 'IED 6 YOUNU MEN from it. 203 South Palafox Street T : 1. !
K-catabi _ _ I -- \ .:. i'1 L-: I i
County at once to VflXSACOLA. Fla.! '
MO \ u) Ko.N-\V. K.LI 2dstiw.
for Pi.itions iu the Qoveruineut '
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an Aifttt. :\11111"to ------- -
I. it fiiuuble rate of interest Hi rvicft. Apply to HE RESENTED The Star
':; .: i ,'urr.y. Olliee 112 and lutbr-State Coires. lust. Laundry
I,; -s ':' rirr.ui.iu street.JIONhl Cedar Rapids, h.d&wlm Ik T Ita 1 f4INSURJNCE h ,
: 'Ii) -::\ luu improved ------ ------- FLAG Biggest, Busiest, Best .

f> u'a'e j in laria or small WAN n'D-\I: : kinds of empty beer .1iI'! ,
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at "'I i :- ut l low rate of interest bottles. H. A. Kriedman. n9-tl 4i
i I: i.i "'i !L'.-lie K.: Hrouk, attorney
I' ,w .J.t1t' :>. Palafox 8t., Fiher lFOU -\ r lLcnt- SAILOR FROM THE TEXAS AND t

RENT-In opera house bnild- ,

: EY: 'IOH.\Y-Do you LtH'1.1 IPKOII ground floor one store and TO THE STARS AND No. I South Palafox Street. % 4
I:,": '\ You c.in !borrow auy omce;on H'COIHllluor. three otlices.NICKLY .

at'' ",i..:tim w:uit today ou easiest ff-hO STRIPES.Pat Partial list of dwellings for rent in
t"l.-! at d lowest rates anywhere for Themselves t -
various of the city: -
furnished rooms with bath parts
(' > d'i ili|1.> on unproved city real
f-t ,' -fvnttiViii.. Fisher, 2oX'a t;. $1.50 and $2.00 week; with good $30.:: -Corner Baylen and Cervantes I '
1''x, Rubber\ a machinist from the We let the Shirt, Collars ;4
\ >tret.. lu-tf board $300;; week; central location street. 2 story modern dwelling
Texas, is as true an American' sailoras and Cuffs we Launder speak for t } -
If \uL w -nt to brrowmoueyin- 2t 0 South Spring street between with 9 rooms.
Last night he whipped themselves. They will talk louder
tit .,' y, in-'ire your property West Homana and Garden streets. ever $23.: -North Barcelona street 2 story 4
', from the British vLaLwecan. We want to be judged ,
i1" : a.tncts: of title buy or Transcient solicited. ml9-lm. two English sailors dwelling with 12 rooms. All '
5 f, il -tate, rent property of steamship Mortlake because they referred -, more oy the work we do than by i T' : ,
modern convenience, bath on I
,1 /. I ',iTipt'on have rent: col- Foil --Ll:. to the Stars and Stripes as a I what we say. t
1 : ,,>r j mr taxes attended: to, -- -- -' -- dish fit only to upper floors corner lot, nice _ _ _ : ,'
l '. >r aJdre-s Tl.o: C. WatonAt FOR HALE-The most desirablelots "bloody, dirty on" rag.The couple of yard and shrubbery, stables, -Ij 1-qiALL
wipe their feet
Uijlh-tiitt; and In-urance in the city ou easy; terms, by fined ; each I outhouses, etc.
A. l'<':M'jrol.i, Fla. Charges the Fistur Heal Estate Agency offending sailors were $5 WORK C. 0. D. Gocds Caned r fr and DeUTered Fat
'' ... by Major Jones this morning and the $10.-Corner Baylen and Cevantes
'lo who buys; .
everyone 20i'4 South Palafox. ISalui
Li, u- we will lend money .. ----- ------ bluejacket was discharged.The dwelling with 8 rooms. TELEPHONE: 114. 27 GARDEN ST. + LI
trouble started in S, 'A. Fried-
: <> build a tioue.I 8dtfi FUll SALH CHEAP.: -Roll top desk of the $2.-North;; Palafox street; a nice one .
man's saloon when one .sea: I WALKER INGRAHAM
new. Leslie E. Urooks. Fisher IJuild- modem dwelling with Manager.
O'iinen. story ;
P1 : I'. nH'n tried to recite ,
ins. :mlm.:
r "-1\:8.: I' Killeher didn't want to listen to this j hard wood floors all modern _,
: .11:i< !It of : ; Owner' I allusions --w--- -
I and said so. The disrespectful
'''u' by calling at this Hilt SALi at a bargain-The three then made'
\ :'I:: lroPl'rty'anl; 11\\| to the colors were into $:!:.&().-:210 West Gregory street; 2
hous-e and lot 43; feet waded
room : new and the American sailor I
..'"".4'l;tf I i with 7 rooms. ROYAL STANDARD \\VllISKEY f-f j4
----- front, by lit teet C inches deep, lo- the bunch and "cleaned them up' as I story dwelling
1. ": i-d bull 1 Terrior cite.l: at southeast corner Gregoryand a witness said. I $29.-2l0 North Barcelona street; 2 p

,' ,iifall! on F. M. : "II" Ktret-t; Enquire on premises Mr. Friedman wished btateemnt the News to in','i story dwelling with 8 rooms. 8 Tears Old, ia Casss cf 4 Full Qaarts, at $3.20 psr cm L)

liar.Io'u: and PalaU refute the exaggerated! $131LVest; : Carden street; 5 room _ _ jt frhs -
12': U street. the morning!: paper. The fight!; was i'b:

.* 2tr.; I w quickly suppressed by the timely arrival cottage. WHISKEY i*'distilled at the Nel-ion Co. ffW*

II v 11TTo-"i i'vsiAH --- -- of police in answer to the whistle $13.;; -:CIS: North Spring street; 6 room THIS., Di-tilltry, and i ii fully matured In WGod t

.. Buurdln" lIuu..u.liO.RDIXU of the bar tender. Louse with pas, water etc. before bottling It is absolutely pure and not excelled .! '
3n. :, \ '- ISKlRXKMinmfac'eil: : $12.50.-117 East'Gregory street 6 ii quality by any Whiskey of the same age i. ,,4
'! ,>r in Hair Uo,'as, HOUSE at Wheeler Don't think less of your system than no matter where producfd. The Royal Htandard ,4-.. tj t4'b
j.J 1 :.,t Article Hair Oil Spring-:: Mary 1.thH.FI.Iri!. doofjou house. Giveita thorough room 2 story dwelling.l2.50.SliC is eight years old when bottled and considering .,P j jI
: \\' ''''' (iovprnn1'LOST. ..tr" .... Condon propnelrts. All the you cleaning' too. Take Hood's Sarsaparil- I I $ "' East Gadsden street, :5:; its excellent quality: i is te. cheapest whiskey In -, '-. ,
comforts of home at very reaoua room cottage. the market at that price. As a beverage, and as i! ..tv.an .
Die rates. Northern tourists will la. absolutely stimulant, there is none better 'J -
.. :5:; pure
Delmont street room
$l1.-I fill East
L I.. '. fk.d this an ideal place to spend a Shipped in cases containing no marks! whatever to t
1 -III b i ife III oanvased-backed portion of the season 12nlui SPRING FEVERS. cottage. indicate contents. If purchaser. upon examiningthe ) 4

t. ,.. coiitiiuing names the cold: inter months the $11.-700 East Belmont street 5 whiskey Is not satisfied with the quality: he .
*. written ni i iudelibe! 1t1)IA1.. During I .
the at and J'fl -
return came our
can expense money
iL Upward and vigor rooms.
; for the r-- system is full of snap et
i :IH vttleo. K. U. or E. B. L. DIAMOND, the tailor has re- a 41D East Intendentia street, 6 will be refunded. rW'
weather produces $12.
of I
l approach warm All orders should be accompanied by either
4t. or J. J.:. Clement. No. movd t&: !!>, West Government i .- '
reaction sets room cottage. --1IG.TTrA.D i order bank draft oreirress ,4 i
r rricon. 2U-tf street opposite Express office, change in the body-a currency postoffice money

i.. _- -- .. where he is prepared to clean, re- in. The liver bowels and kidneys 10.-Corner) Baylen and Cervantes j rb money order. We ntH to First National. t 4f1 -

1 !' ;J7: Kiu3.:' :: Gold Watch. pair and press ladies' and trentle- become sluggish, and allow an accumulation stets 4 room cottage. Bank or any merchant in Peosacola. j, : Rc 3

:',;;*.'. mens' toilor mad "T'ts.
Duber Boss filled 16j3m of waste mater. The $10.-136 East Chase street, 5 room D
--'rime! II K. \V. on the S. A. FRIEDMAN '
.. _'l 1t.cIlan&-uu, stomach becomes weak and digestion cottage.
lard if returned 4 room I
- ------- ----- $ 9.-910 East LaRua street. -
impaired. 0- -5-
I'Ilts.! : st. u. s. xi. C.. H. ALFMAN.nmbreI1amaker,3I5South the cottage.A p SOLS PROPRIETOR, PE:>SACOLA. FLA. tI k .
PftUfox street. Ka-cover- HEPATICURA will tone: up .- ;'J ttit;

., _.. :Sm5t.: in? and repairing: of umbrellas and Hur and bowels; ::'emothe accu large list of smaller dwellings, as 4, / P O. COX 418. n.rOl'HOn; 17i t1' -
pinsols: : a -ciilty. Silk cover number of stores and of ,
i lal1 dog answers to mulation of waste matter and you well as a flISKi' ;
1, ;>,,''1. Sear on left hind always on hand. jan 3 will fel bright and cheerful. Sold by fices for rent. -,, -.'.*.&._.anMAN.,__,,0I- ; 4t 4'ij
:' : if returned to Dresses' made from $1.50 Other TIIOS. C. WATSON & CO. '
res- up. all druggists. C.rI handle: every clll3: of Liquors old. In j
.1 \\ illiams, 227! North sewing as reasonable 26! South Leading Real Estate Rental and bulk or bottle, wholesale f r retail, at prices that .

Spring between West Romana: and Insurance Agents, 1 South Palafox I are way down. j .

I I Garden streets. ml9-lm 1 Jtadng's, fEe Best for 5c.v4 street. I I '- AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST SEW 4 '

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ion Wednes4ay evening the fifteenth
w mbitiousBoy.1 of April, at eight o'clock at Temple
Beth-El, Pensacola Fla.

Mrs. Trainor and little daughter Net 3
Every ambition and Industrtonj boy and tie expect to leave today for a visit to
Chicago. They will be away for some riNNNN/NNN NNNNNNlNdt1Ni
girl should remember that there la a "lM'ClIon"in .
& time.
t+ every ran'cf GOOD Ll'CK Baking Powder $)%
The many Mends of Mrs. John G. -' = ,, =
and should get his mother and bla boua kerp. Wood are sorry to learn that she has /-1ti'flew- c "/4tt
not been improving lately.
P Ing slaters, cousins and aunts to save them for

him. Mrs. J. Pickett Jones expects to I EASTER

leave with her children on Monday, i Orleans
to join Mr. Jones in their new homein Grocery
RIb Do..d. Virginal Beaumont, Texas. Mr. Jones represents ,
W. S. Keyser and Co. at Beaumont

/M...................... and though their relatives and JAMES McHUGH, Prop.. .
T friends regret to have them leave /
here they wish them all happiness in --T.I.TROASTED ----------- ,.
their new home. Mrs. Jones has clos- C.1I
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I ed Rest her until house Monday, and will noon.be at Winter COFFEESBLENDED

N.N/NNNNNN.N..N. -+AND+- .
The ladies Euchre Club met Tues-
interesting item
comes in a
dispatch from SsU Petersburg, and will day afternoon with Mrs. Leap Meyerwho' I
be read avidly by all women. The enetertained them charmingly.The' .s. .s.
Czarnina has been displaying of late guests prize was won by Mrs. .
Black, Mrs. Max:: Bear's sister. The
such a passion for CREA TIONS
magnificent costumes
v that it excites much comment.It prize was a lovely silver bon bon Z OUR SPECIALTIES.
is feared that it is another manifestation spoon. The first prize was won by i
of the nervous disease which Mrs. Max Bear, a handsome silver __ .- -
brought salad fork. The second prize a lovely : I
sorrow to court last year.
At the latest ball in the Winter Pal china tray was won by Mrs. Gold. w !

ace she appeared astonishingly array. ring. i 5 / :

cd. She wore a white velvet dress VQ ao $2.00 TO $3.50 ;"
with Miss Coral, :Miss Grace I
a train four yards long, embroidered Glade Miss : .
with gold flowers, in the centerof Arlm. the two Misses Williamson who 3 II / m .
each of \\l\tii\ was a diamond of compose the celebrated Williamson I W I :
unusually Jiistrf. Over the dress wasa Quartete of Columbus Ohio which has Q COH
\eil, ( ,teteJ: to her hair with a been l giving so much pleasure to the : % ? b = :
FHOW-whinlii.l the size and shape of lif-are-s at the Chautauqua at De Funiik. z : .
a sp'-cit!'; of I'imonhkh is only with their friend Miss Ida Kittleare LLI I- sir;, Y 1a HAVE YOU GOT A KEY?
found (.n llif n.'motertic shores of \isiting Pensacola. i :
and find out about.the RED BOX. It
If net come around may
the( Vt'Lii Sea. The wings were outBtretchfa They will sing at the Presbyterian jJ
t and studded thickly with diamonds church tomorrow morning. This : L 1o $20.00 to You.

; the eyes being rfpl-ycd by e'harmin;; party are spending! today at / t4W .......
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brilliant rubies.: The beak was fastened the navy yard and Barrancas.Mrs. .
from a piece of rare coral which s Q : SHOE
the Czar
brought home from his
: :'Ilax'ar entertained most elegantly en 2 ,
around the world. The Czarina's
yesterday at a complimentarycard 4. I
majectic figure, crowned with this party. The decorations were artistic z 1 Im SA Feet FurnIshers for Cash Oulj.
striking headdress, combined with
a and beautiful and the delicious .
strange, faraway look in her eyes, erfreshments most daintily served. : --i-I 102 SOUTH PAT,ATOX STREET.
her the of i
gave supernatural beauty ,
The first prize a handsome silver
a heroine from some old Saga or O
bread tray was won by Mrs. Sol Cahn.
Norse tale. Her dress and jewelry on i Q I ; ?
f that occasion represented a value of Mrs. IA>P Meyer won the lovely china I JAMES HUGHES
candle stick which was the con
$3tIOIIOUO.: ,

<.i' Mrs.Invitations William are Swift out Keyser from for Mr,Mon-and TRAVELING IS DANGEROUS. i .;1.:10 Feed Stuffs of All Kinds.Iolo

,If oay evening April the 13th. This elegant Constant motion jars the kidneys, I BOILER AND MACHINE I f WORKS.[
entertainment will be the open which are kept in place in the body by PHONE 105.
I I(H. lag of the Easter season socially in delicate attachments. This is the 1.

\, Pensacola, which promises to be very reason that travelers, trainmen, streetcar ............................................. ..i
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men teamsters and all who drive ------------------ -'- .
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I Congressman W. 15. Lamar left this very much suffer from kidney diseasein MRS. JACOB VANDERBILT I "I don't know what will be thoughtof
+S morning for Tallahassee. He will be
I some form. Foley's Kidney Cure STARTS IN BUSINESSWill my starting in business but other
greatly missed by his many friends women are making a good success in Sol to 807 South Palafox St.
1 i': 1" in Pensacola who regret his departs strengthens the kidneys: and cures all similar

s th General; Lamar has been one of form of kidney and bladder disease. Handle Cigars, Cigarettes anda shouldn't I undertakings?" and why PHONE 123 and 292. POSTOFFICE BOX 4C4.

! i" the iiiifet attractive members of the Goo. E. Hausan, locomotiveengineer, Special Brew of Tea. One of Mrs. Vanderbilt's ideas is --
'I ; 1 social circle in Pensacola for the New York, April 3.-Mrs. Jacob H. tea in
s. Lime, O., writes: "Constant vibration a room which she will brew
past rr.onih, and all hope) he will soon Vanderbilt opened a shop on Fifth and pour a special brand of tea furcustom'rs.
it I\ time the vUit.Mr. of the engine caused me a great
; .: : :! to repeat She will also sell cigars A CREENHUT & CO. $
I, deal of trouble with my kidneys, and avenue today for the sale of novel and cigarettes suitable for serving at .

, .'\i"! l-awrcnce Howe is ill at his I got no relief until I used Foley's ties. Mrs. Vanderbilt was married in dinner parties. ,

., k home on East Hill. His many friends 1 Kidney Cure." W. A. D'Alemberte 1SSO to Jacob H. Vanderbilt, Jr.. a
,( with him a speedy recovery. .WHOLESALE GROCERS
it cousin times
several removed of
J __ 121:! South Palafox street. ..SEE ELECTRIC LIGHTS AT SOLOMON'S. ,
e William K. Vanderbilt. In 1890 she .
,*' : Mrs. Caroline Kalm has issued invitations
11 'ij' t .SEE ELECTRIC LIGHTS AT SOL- obtained a divorce. Speaking of hc.rnew
the of her
: to marriage daughter
t f M.illye to.lr. Herman P. Neunian OMON'S. ,'entureIrs.. Vanderbilt says: Subscribe to the News, 10 a week..Nos. 102, I04, I06 East Government St., PENSACOLA, FLA
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