The daily news

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The daily news
Uniform Title:
Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Place of Publication:
Pensacola Fla
The News Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
April 6, 1903
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
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Pensacola is the seat of government for the westernmost city in the westernmost (Escambia) county of Florida. Since the colonial period, Pensacola has been an important naval port and economic center. By 1889, it was one of Florida’s four largest cities, with a population exceeding ten thousand. The Pensacola Daily News began publication in 1889. The editors pledged to "be Democratic, conservative but yet sufficiently aggressive to give weight to [the Daily News’] remarks." By March 1897, the Daily News had increased its circulation to 1,500. The Pensacola Journal, begun as a weekly, remained its main competitor. Among the bigger stories the Daily News covered was the 1891 dedication of the Confederate Monument in Lee Square and the outbreak of the Spanish-American War in 1898. Pensacola’s Gulf Coast port, like others in Florida, hosted forces bound for Cuba, among them Theodore Roosevelt. In the years that followed, Pensacola continued to expand. 1908 saw the completion of a new Spanish Renaissance City Hall. Around this time, the Daily News was followed by the Pensacola Evening News. The exact year of the transition is uncertain as the Pensacola Evening News continued the numbering of its predecessor. The earliest verified edition of the Pensacola Evening News dates from April 6, 1908. In 1910, when its population reached 23,000, Pensacola erected its first skyscraper--the ten-story American National Bank building, constructed the San Carlos Hotel, and raised a wooden bridge across Bayou Texar. By 1912, Pensacola had twenty-one miles of paved streets. The first modern hospital opened in 1915, and by 1924 the city’s fire department was entirely motorized. In that same year, the Pensacola Evening News merged its operations with the Pensacola Journal then under the leadership of John H. Perry. For the next six decades, the two papers continued to report the city’s news, the Journal in the morning and the News in the evening.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1889.
General Note:
Description based on: Mar. 5, 1889.
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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..JH.I.E 4 NASHVILLE WILL N ROTES I OF! f THE f FLEET I ITHE t i y i ; ".: t'1'; .t. i .

CONFERENCE HELD WITH MEMPHIS announcing that on account of contemplated : ; {

':T .._ THE: RAILROAD COM LAND BELONGS CITIZENS REGARDING THE : changes, the new battleship '.f I: sf: t'

Maine will be ordered north to Hampton 4 : .. JI i .
Roads and at Pensacola
: FIRST FAIR SUNDAY IN SEVERAL The Cruiser Luzon is Now Deserted. not stop .
TOJLORIDA SHOPS THERE. as had been anticipated. The Maine : '1 I I ; :1. ;
Saturday night two coaches filled i.ii J :
has several times been ,1' [I
WEEKS INDUCED HUNDREDS with reported aa : [ t
ninety bluejackets from the Isla j
ling state of affairs having sailed for Pensacola and about' : -

h the Florida Railroad THE GOVERNMENT ABANDONSITS OF PEOPLE TO BOARD de Luzon were attached to train No. Meridian, Miss., April 5.-Definite everybody wanted to see this newest {f.l t ;.. .f"rl. 1 :1i i -
.' ;Bunged the Louisville 2, leaving at 11:0; o'clock. The Luzon news of the :Memphis and Gulf Railroad of \essels. The above information, :.,, ; I ";, ':i ,

1',iiroad! company\ antI CLAIMS TO THE EVER. THE BATTLESHIPS AND ALSO is at tip navy yard and is practically was received in Meridian yes which is said to be official, will be k' ; i : t ,, .

h ,::,iod of the commission; GLADES-IN ALL THE LANDS a deserted vessel. She is at terday morning. Officers of the road learned with regrets. I i1 i 1 / ..t. ;4 '. t"'

the most bitter of TO VIEW THEM FROM THE the present time not a commissionedvessel will arrive in the city tonight and .11- ; i Ii:r.: i J:.

1 hands when certain AMOUNT TO ABOUT 3,000,000 of the United States navy, will meet the people of the town on THE INDIANA AND to : I f J

.. altered.1 ACRES. DOCKS. for she has been withdrawn from the Monday. The company have bought IOWA TO BE DOCKED. sir .!i, "
J f'r ,
service and will be repaired and all >
1 i I.- of the Commission a deep water docks, terminal facilitiesand It is announced today that the bat. .

ui-p. it was decided that the work will possibly be done at the rolling stock from a small tleships Iowa and Indiana will not be t f:. 'f.'I: 'I' ;, .. L.

del and n.ust come down Washington, April ;Commissioner ; All roads led to the different docksyesterday Pensacola navy yard. This is the twenty-five mile road at Pensacola, a part of the squadron which will make -. 'f i" ;

1 !par eDger rate if opera- Richards of the general land of. and throughout the beau present plan of the navy department, and all financial arrangements for the a cruise to the Azores Islands and I: ; j' : .: ::

:,!ia was desired.\ This fice today took practically the final tiful day the streams of people\ going and it has been officially stated that rapid building of the road have been elsewhere during the summer. The # .. I-. .I

step in the settlement of the long to and coming from the wharves were: I I as the lighthouse tender Mangrove l ..
completed. Work will be commenced ,
i the P. and A. division of vessels will be docked, the Iowa for j; : ; : -j '.
i drawn-out contention between the for leaves the dock the Luzon will soon f I
v where a passenger has to unbroken. The day was ideal in Meridian building both ways to- extensive and needed repairs. The i.r 4t 4 '.'
United States and the state of Florida out door pleasures anil this was the after take her place. A great deal ward : and Pensacola, and v'
Memphis of the ( \
ipny four tents for every Indiana will be made a part i :
[over the ownership of the lands included first Sunday that tnis city had en- of work will be needed to convert :. '
be erected
."s. This conclusion of them large shops here training ship squadron or fleet, which : .1'
was bitterly fought by the in the portion of the state of dyed in several weeks. That this the captured cruiser into the fighting provided that the people of Meridian will tour the coasts. The Yankee will o 1"-1.: .. I" ''.,i

Florida known as the Everglades. This treat of nature was enjoyed was ship demanded by the navy officials will give $;;0,001) and twenty-five : ,
mil,:any, it being represent- also be added to that fleet. : :t l
'1Ii. line had been operand ate action consisited of certifying the j ably attested by the large number of I' Should the work all be done at the i acres of land for a site for the shops. > "...
lists of the lands of the state au the local sfe'tion, the workmen there, :: '
ever since its construction people who wended their way to a There is no doubt that these conditions MORE COAL COMING i {" ,

m' on the part of the compai. thorities. \ water's edge to see the big vesselsat majority of whom are from Pensa- will be accepted by the people' FOR BATTLESHIPS. '" .h' t 1 ': ; !

The lands all lie south of Lake cola, will be the recipients of much '
the United
i. ov< rnduen, however, and the of Meridian, as was evidenced by Saturday evening States:0. .

d rate wri1o!':Jered, to become Okeechobeo. The certification\ made I[ Hundreds of persons patronized the benefit. the assurance of capitalists and collier Marcellus 1,."::!7 tons, sailed I I t i .! '4\. {t ., .i:
today covers not only the entire area ], excursion boats and possibly of coal i
he on July 1. '[ everyship property owners yesterday morning.The from Boston with a big supply \ .j .t, 'I
in the past: several trays the: of the Everglades, but alto the lands' in the fleet! had more visitor An Evil Which Was Avoidable. company will build their main for the battleships here. The admiral t.' f' }i t ;! 'i" 5 : :;

ion; has been notified by the included in Mangrove Swamp, which'I': yesterday than ai any pieviouJay.. An evil which was not unavoidablewas line into Meridian and make this their : has been notified of this fact and this I 1t I
lies still Ie'ond' the Kvergladc re !i j: equal share of attention is to reach ; ''1. f i
(' Hnpany that earnings would Quite an the fact that the big merchant distributing point. third coal cargo; expected J _

\. the adoption of the low gion. The entire list includes about I i was given each ship, but as might be steamship Katendrecht was anchored here some time during the week. It ",:. !'J't ;: I'' H !! :'
::,01111(1(111( acres! all of which goes toI the llagship attracted thelion's the fuel the Mareellus 'f 'i J
said that on
:I directly in the line of vision of the' the visit of navy vessels, for I know, is n
the state in fee simple! and will be 9 11I I
and officers !
; of ship
,inot altogether surpris- share of patronage, battleships from I'alafox wharf and will fill the bunkers every j r
or at least circumstances lead me to I j jt'
at its disposal.
,',v making body, and uponrulroad's .I and men were kept real busy, an-,, many complaints were uttered on here. 1 M t I
communication The controversy over the lands began severing the sama questions over andover i this the belief, that one or two more 1' ; I r.t
i I account. Naturally a number
: in ISSrt, and has been in progress !I ,'' .,
n notified ihe railroad: again. The patience of these were too timid to go on the excursion ships will be continually at anchor ATTENTION! : :
ever since. In order to settle the i I \\ ; It ;
:.-'ar by its representaMniy i, naval gentlemen was truly amazing bests and sought to satisfy here. There, I must go, the talkative I \ + '

on April 13 andwhy disputed point as to whether the I! in some cases. themselves! by gazing at the war ves- gentleman exclaimed as a launch Regular Communication of Eseanv / :;- .f J- :

couutry is swampy, and, therefore,i In the afternoon a of from his ship blew her shriil signal 1; 1and A. M., 8 l to' I
the original or- '| great many sels from the wharf. The obstruction bia Lodge, No. ', r' I. rt"' .,
enforced and the the property: of the state under theswamp i I the Hartford's:: men were allowed of vision by the Katendrecht whistles. o'clock p. m., Monday, April Cth. Visiting I' }jf. ,.' !
land act of lSj; <), a survey was I t .' J
de\ effective en tha I I shore leave and these young; men brethren are cordially invited. ,
was overcome by parties on
made. The result of the Week of Solemnity en All the Ships. : ', t.
SUT'ey3S ,:
could be seen in the uttermost parts wharves west of Palafox, but everybody W. D. KiSSLER, W. M. 1 y14
favorable to the contention of the in During the next six days the ships :-i{:' f'
of the invariably GIBBS Sec.
; city, pairs.They didn't nave a knowledge of this HARRY W. ,
state, and in 1S97 the secretary ap-| behaved themselves excellently, will be free from any pretence of "?; '\ I 1' ,
fact and hence went home without I '
,roved the certification of the landsto gaiety. All receptions have beendispensed V.Ji
THEFT ) I and an officer stated that it was very having obtained a clear vit.of the ; ,
: the state. i seldom that of the men overstayed with and the solemnity of DOGS ARE ; r
any flagship and the Alabama. Next Sunday
before the could be the Week time will be rigidly >j jI. :
ISCHARGED Cut patents Holy < : : .1ti
their leave. When they did and for as many days as it is :
issued friends of the Seminole Indians observed. Special devotional exercises : l lH
he said, there would always be discovered practicable to do. it is hoped that the I.
intervened, alleging that the remnants that some unavoidable delay harbormaster will see his way clearto will take place on the ships and PROPERTY t 11ittItt

of that tribe of aborigines who still them. In cases it is probable that visitors will be not ; : :
-- had many place all vessels at anchoragesthat ,
I I.T remained upon the Everglades, their'ori j welcomed. The six days of appropriate -
the officers were inclined to "straina will not obstruct the vision i '
> 5 D THAT HE HAS ADMITno I inal home would be dispossessed.This religious solemnity will terminate ijf: f. : It .I
point" to overlook the broken lib from any of the wharves. INTERESTING DECISION HANDED & ..
S DEFALCATION-MOVED complaint resulted in another next, or Easter Sunday and ?J" I

investigation, and a special survey, erty. the battleshipswere --- : the usual activity will be at once DOWN BY THE FLORIDA SUPREME : I f I t "
:\ CEST SOCIETY AND WAS A Very few men Cap of Marine Floating in the Bay. : ,
and in the end small tracts of the commenced and the remainder of 1-:7. '
on land during the afternoon, Parties in small boat COURT THIS WEEK. : ,
f- > \ PLATE. lands: were withdrawn for the In.\\ men a yesterday : the vessels' stay is expected to be I .R .
the custom of keeping as many
found thcap of a marine floating, .I '
dians remaining. one round week of entertainment1 ,:, ..' .'
aboardship on Sundays as possible to in the and .fit" I.. r
strange bay recovered
It is not believed that similar orj say Nothing will mar this, as all will be : :) "
'. .'. "i.-G. llallmau being strictly adhered to. The bluejackets : it. There was some apprehension this Tallahassee Capital.) t ','; If.
any other obstacles can now rise trprevent >: filled with coal and supplies trt ,
altogether too aux > (
I'apual City Na- were not the had ,!
that the owner of I '
the final closing; of the cap week. A decision that is or great Impor" '. J .
ii'" 'n placed under trans.I' ions to be allowed shore leave, as J, 21 J, I' .
< met a direful fate, but nothing of : :
action at a very early day. tance to dog owners of Florida was t i
Mar- they say "the town is dead on Sunday of the Bluejackets. ; r -
i Mates Itvputy such has been andit Entertainment :
a nature reported ;L' .
tary I Hitchcock has already si nifiltll! if handed down by the Supreme Court :'r V
be bought a man
drink cannot
and entertaining
1 a for 1
warrant sworn preparations ,4
a Lively .
Commissioner is supposed the head-covering was "(, .. ,t C "
his approval before !j this week. a '11
is lit.
: of the bank was djing. Of course that a thousand or more whitebluejackets E
>pcir deck one 11
Richards appended his certificate, and' lifted from the ships and settled For a long time there has been f : K ,
but it is fact thata "
"iii embezzling the tIe exaggerated a and about two hundred '
all that remains is for the Interior would rather in the water during an ungarded some doubt in tl'mlnlls\ of many peo'i '.. .' 1'
majority of the men under each '
sailors way
black are
moment of the owner. -1? I Iproperty
Department to issue a patentto pie as :o whether or not dogs are s ; ..
..I 1 at the Piedmont stay on the ships on the Sabbath race to be guests of their own i 'I
the land, which, according to precedent I some contending that they ,}"f..1 tv-:, t
: marshal lIe rev l1ay.It. Coghlan's Squadron Will Surely Come. color. The date for entertaining the i ; ,' I
will be done the requestof while others held that they aro : !
upon are, K
;' the affair. II was stated yesterday afternoonon "Admiral Coghlan's squadron, of negroes has been changed until today .. .l i ,
the of the state. not. oJ" It .1
;a 1..1"f a shortage The lands governor are ad within the frost- ,, the Indiana that that vessel cruisers will be sure to come here," week as heretotore! stated, but a This point has now been settled, {.,: ,"l .' if '
.!i'arose yesterday. I[ would be the first to leave for good naval officer last date for the other grand event has 'ttJf. /
less belt, and it is believe that with said a evening. in the verdict handed down in the }rl' 9
,t::'- immediately be- I and would possibly get away tomor not definitely been decided upon.Everything ; 11' M
"While there is no set date :.
upon : j
drainage: they will soon become very case of the F. C. & P. railroad j jay .
the .
11! !hooks and it was row. The collier Dorothy left else! but the date has lad".r. < ,
its arrival, still might state it ,
valuable for fruit grow ing purposes. I to you against Charles E. Davis, of s !, s.1'
1: '!'.ui Urge sums had Kearsarge this morning and begun positively that the small vessels! will about been completed, and no pains Circuit Court 'r : -' :
ison cirried: up from .
: .J various times e\- CARGO OF PHOSPHATE fill the Indiana's bunker's. Tins is be here in plenty of time to combine will be spared to make of this a memo J

.uralears.. Then I said to be a preliminary step to the'essel's orable event. Ladies have greatly of Madison county. f [ ,
FOR NEW ZEALAND. with the battleship squadron and the had valuable dog killed by tta\il': t.i:
Davis a
worn out by tho I \ departure.The two fleets will sail from this port interested themselves in this work, suit for ; I ; it.1 -
i railroad, and brought j' .
..inkit Saturday aften.oon the Norwegianlark Illinois will bright and early on the morning of and a meeting will be held at the $200 damages. A verdict was returned ( 1 ... r ';!;t f .

m the service of Lady Ponryn, Captain Egelier; Dock at New Orleans. the :')th. I believe that the Carribean residence of Mrs. T. V. Kessler, 18 by the Circuit Court In his favor for "'I lt.: 7' "; d :-

< :-hi years and was cleared from Pensacola with a cargo' squadron will be here one week. from West Jackson street, at noon tomor I:.j 6' -'.. r: ttfA' t.

.< "I its most reliable of 1,200: tons of phosphate valued at Press messages from Washington today, which will enable the hospitable row. All Interested ladies are expected $ 10.The railroad company appealed to t ;! f; '; fj

1 moved in the most .I indicate that the battleship Illinois view themfor to be present. I 1
Fertilizer Company Pensacola people to affirmed P i VI ''k :
10200. The Goulding Supreme Court, which .. i
of Atlanta society will be docked at the New Orleans six days." It a f"f"the ;
boated the vessel, and the cargois or seven Navy Department is Pleased. the decision of the lower tribunal. The t ,
,d! :x# a "young man of Lytton, naval station some time this week "What about the Maine?" he was the is mj i' .t 4 17...
in Toil dog
consigned to parties Washington April 5.-That Supreme Court holds that a ,,,'I' -
I New Zeland, a destination about 1 ,,OOO although Captain Mercer has not jet asked. navy department officials regard the property and taxable, and when returned i t; J4! ",( f' t r

I'Mde bankers have miles distant. The vessel carryingthis communicated to Admiral Higginson "The Maine? Oh, yes. This may recent records made by the gunners for taxation, damages can be .'.} l.f 1 $ 1 i
-h examination of thou river is in a safe condition I given to understand '
cargo is an iron bark of a tonagc that the interest: you. am of the North Atlantic squadron engaged -.ecovered for his killing.o f 'f
and! have given out Captain Mercer is in charge of that the Maine will arrive during with de- V4 t'f\ f;:: i 4i
southern !
of 773, and there is no telling low long; in target practice in the This news will be tailed ,j :
'Mmnt that it is abso- naval station and to his discretion week and will not #! j t
: she will be on the way, although It is the the coming go waters as noteworthy is evident liebt by dos owners throughout the 's'- ''l r.f.:. ..
\ portion of the defalca- estimated that three months will bo has been left the docking of the North with the other battleships. On from the following telegram sent to Hate, many of whom have valuablu T:4!'I': i J' -. :} 1 1 t

: t by atop: bond and he vessel. As soon as Captain Mercer the contrary, I believe she will stayat f. :t f ti it :
consumed in making the voyage. I Rear Admiral F. J. Higginson, com animals. Now that they can place a f. l ..5t
property which will regards the river as absolutely safe this place after her arrival until nianding. by Acting Secretary Darl : property valuation on them, and can f_ !,1, r t l t fkr ..5i.

',1 me bank. The di.Ll1 While There is Life There is Hope. for the Illinois to enter, he" will after the review by Admiral Deweyand ing, yeseterday-- morning: recover damages when the dogs are y-I

: the amount of the I was afflicted with catarrh; couldneither communicate the fact to Rear Admiral until the European squadron Is "Department congratulates com- Wiled, they will not hesitate to return 'c f

.,- already been charged taste nor smell and could hear Higginson and Captain Converse, and selected when our vessels come from mander-in-chief and North Atlantic them for taxation. j4

: .\fits. :National Ban thereafter the big battleship the new ,
1 tr but little. Ely's Cream Balm cured it. immediately the dock. This will place fleet upon improvement in gun practice

.. -1--'ire: also states that Marcus G. Shautz, Rathway. N. J. will start for the Crescent ship In Pensacola bay nealy as longa as indicated by preliminary re- .Those who cough at night may secure -- LJ

.". no' danger Balm reached me safely and City. The last time she went up the time as we have had the pleasure' DARLING"
.Cream received.
ports rest by taking Piso's Cure fof r i
'..:- h !las admitted his guilt, the effect is surprising. My son says Mississippi river the Illinois unfortunately of staying. The Maine is not assignedto A dispatch to the department yesterday

.. : ''.'.'uteri hthe. United the first application gave decided re stuck in the sand and ever any squadron as yet and as I understand from Admiral Higginson announces Consumption. 1 # i

:... :.mont. lie is unmarried lief. Respectfully, Mrs. Franklin Free- since then the department has shown 'U she is made to shake down) a record of eighteen hits' '

n of Thomas L. Sims, a man, Dover, N. H. evident displeasure at ordering the : her machinery in the South seas out of twenty-four shots by the 13- If you want your business to be

'' -..i.Tit of Kirkwood, one The Balm does not irritate or cause ship there. A great influence has with a view of resting a long time inch gun of the Indiana at 1,500-yard known, advertise in THE NEWS. i # ,

.' .'>'irbs.s sneezing. Sold by druggists at 50 I been brought to bear upon Assistant at this place. And, to tell the truth,' target. I

[ cents or mailed by Ely Brothers, 56 Secretary of the Navy Darling, however there is not a better place that Captain --- MATTRESSES OF ALL GRADES l,, tt ". '

: '- 'v ray for extracts is im Warren street, New York I and that official has taken upon Lentze could take a rest In. ANOTHER BIG 'FROM '1.50 TO {1250. SIXTY r ? f 1 a

I. .: ':. : :' whit you get for yout' himself the responsibility of allowing "If my words do not prove true. DISAPPOINTMENT DAYS FREE TRIAL ON OUR LAMINATED g

::1 times" more important. I the Illinois for a second time to however, concerning the Maine, your t Another.big disappointment is that I FELT MATTRESSES. TRY. +f, n

a., ..t 'c. '1 costs more because OMON'S.SEE ELECTRIC LIGHTS AT SOL ''be lifted on the dock. people will have no room to )kick on sent out-from- Washington-' yesterday-.... ONE. MARSTON & QUINA. --- i, >! t
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;; of the work as authorized by Congressit war period, and to preclude the use -

ROLLS OF should be of Interest to know what of printed or manufactured copies or SAILORS DRILLIN

Secretary Root has just written Governor compilation made subsequently For

James D. Frasier of Tennessee. this reason, and in order that there

CONFEDERACY 'Governor Frasier wrote asking per- shall be no ground for doubt as to the THE RAIN

mission for an agent of the State of accuracy of the roster, the Departmentwill

Tennessee to copy the rolls of that be unable to use in the compile ---

State's Confederate troops, promising tion any of the rosters that have here- HARTFORD MEN WERE OUT THIS
Ito j supply discrepancies from survivorsin tofore been published, but must in l,

TO THE SOUTH.-FIFTY CLERKS the state.Secretar ,' all cases seek the original records MORNING DURING THE INCLEMENT for infants and Children.

Root, replying to the letter upon which those rosters were based.
Castoria j<* a harmless substitute for Cantor Oil
said: "It is impracticable for the War Ptrc.gone .
Drop* anti Soothing Syrups. It is 1'lea..
AND MORE WILL PROBABLY BE "One of the principal objects of Department to communicate with the contains neither Opiuut'I1orpiiine nor other Nanoticfiib .int. it

compiling and publishing a roster of various holders of these scattered records In spite of low hanging and threten- "tau('(". It destroys Worms and allays FeterihueM
PLOYED. the officers and men of the Union and and consequently the Department' usual It euros ))iarrhu':" a-ul AVintl Colic. It relie\es TWth
ing clouds this morning the
Confederate armies is to save to the must rely upon each state, by loan or ing Troubles and cures Constipation, tt regulate: the
large detachment from the training Stoinaeh and Bowel, ghriii healthy and natural
various states and to the United States otherwise, to collect such records of ship Hartford was brought ashore today The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend slccp,

Washinton April: 4.-Under the direction the great labor and expense that would its own or other Confederate organizations the usual land drill headed
for by
of the Secretary of War the be involved in furnishing the States as may be obtainable within the the band. The Kind You Have Always Bough

': work of compiling the muster rolls of I[,separately with ,lists of their officers state, and to forward the collection First Lieutenant Dunbar was againin i Bears the Signature oft
the men who served in the Confederate
author this department.The .
and men.When the recently when completed to command. The seamen were
Armies is carried on under the superVision of Tennesseeis young
ized roster shall have been completed letter to Governor conducted about the city but the maoeU'res
of General Frederick C. Ains- and published, the state of Tennesseeand typical of letters written to other .
were cut short in a few min.utes
worth, Chief of the Records and Pension II .
all other Statps that furnished Governors who have not exactly comprehended after reaching the drill grounds

office. Fifty clerks are now engaged t troops to either the Union or Confederate the part the War Department .
by a drizzling rain. Threatening weather -
the work and will
in more armies will have, in conveniently is to take in the compilation.
doubtless be added. "accessible form, lists of all their officers portending rainfall, however was In Use For Over 30 Years.
noted and orders were given to march
The countless friends of the Corifed- GOOD FOR CHilDREN .. ..
and men whose names are borneon TMf er..u. terra. TT ru..a.rtt, Him_tQ e'
crate soldier, great obscure, famous hack to the wharf. The start was
or I the records that are not now in the The pleasant to take and harmless;
made but before the boats --
forgotten much to were
or owe Secretary possession of the Department, but thatit One Minute Cough Cure gives immediate -
Root for from oblivion the reached, the rain was falling heavy
rescuing Is hoped by loan, to obtain through relief in all cases of Cough, .
W. B
_ 4 names of hundreds of thousands of : co-operation of the venous States." Croup and LaGrippe because it does and must of the seamen and officers \, rW-3} WRIGHT C0 PAY y

those who wore the Some time \\ere quite wet when the Hartford was I
I The Secretary said that Tennessee'srosters not pass immediately into the stomach ;
durin the last reached.It MANUFACTURERS AND
:; Congress ,,11&\ PEALFRS IS
numbered 8,000: and it had but takes effect right at the
Hoar introduced a resolution looking I Ii I is the intention of Commander .......
been estimated it would cost to compile seat of the trouble. It draws out -z
i Reedcr to give the men as much land < : LUMBER
to the the
publication by government [ them alone $ jOO\( work which I the inflammation, heals and soothes \ : LATHS
1I : of the records of the War of 1S12, the I drill as possible, anti every morningit '
t it would take of the state by enablingthe
an agent and permanently
cures 1 1. I
4 It Mexican \Var and the various wars in 'years to complete. II lungs to contribute pure life-glr is expected that the drills will be t SHED CYPRESS IKGIEHl! j.rIfl tr 1

the same way and style as the recordsof held. It was the intention to-day to
"The Department cannot begin the :. ins and life-sustaining oxygen to the
the rebellion. The resolution I. have the detachment execute drills -4'. PE- ACOIA. fLA
was ( of compiling and consolidating I blood and tissues. llargis' Pharmacy,, .
in Seville but the rain rudely'
square -
referred to the Senate Committee
on the records of any state," writes the John Sheppard, Sidney Kahn. -
Printing. The Committee made adverse I disturbed these plans.A .
an it shall have gatheredi
I Secretary, "until
report, influenced by the Secre- together all the records that aw to PENSACOLIANS I GO AD WfrtOD.WE
tary of War's suggestion that the records serve as the basis of the work and TO TALLAHASSEE Thoughtful Man

of those wars were not yet in I I )L )L Austin of Winchester, Ind., EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH LARGKR TRADE:
[ that are obtainable! from any souce.
such condition C. Clopton knew hat to do in the hour of need.
as to undertake their Representative henry \\
I| It is rarestly! hoped your RESEND
publication, that as far as war history therefore, will lend its aid toward I and Scott M. Loftin left for Tallahassee His wife had such an unusual case of

d!+ was concerned the public interest in making an early beginning on the i I yesterday morning to be presentat stomach and liver trouble, physicianscould US YOUR ORDERS NCW
y I the opening of the State Legislature not help her. He thought of
Tennessee roster by temporarily loaning -
will tomorrow. Sev Life Pills Thompson Olsen cB C
the Department for the purpose which occur and tried Dr. King's New '.,
.w that the War Department had been in i copying a'.l original official rols! eral other gentlemen left for the state and she got relief at once and was

4 frequent receipt of requests from authorities ..I lof lists and other documents that show capital this morning on various matters finally cured. Only 2c;; at W. A. I 1 ___._ Manresa Street,, Telef. hone. }'; 7.

for copies of rolls of troops the names of Confederate officers and of business and among them were D'AIemberte's drug store, 121: S. Pal- :: =

furnished both the Confederate and enm and that are now in the custodyof Wells, Captain J. O"I..i'n and Cap- afox street. ESTABLISHED 18(53.

Union armies, and that it would be officials of your state, or that may Wells Captain I. Ed. Urion and Captain

timely first to publish these rolls as ; be obtained by the state, by loan or i Wm. Cazzell. Senator W. A. CAPT. SAUNDERS HOME McKENZIE OEETING & CO,

t -, r an important supplementary work tot otherwise, from historical or memorial I I Blount has been retained in an important I FROM PHILADELPHIA. o DBALtae is- 0
the records of the rebellion. Congress case in the New Orleans
associations, public or private libraries
,' i j adopted the suggestion embodying It citizen courts and will probably not be in Captain i:. E. Saunders arrived this
or private Ship Chandlery and General farfae
ai dr a in the legislative appropriation bill. "The legislation authorizing the Tallahasse until Wednesday.NO morning from Philadelphia where he

ia; t The department branch having compilation of the roster is construed had gone to effect the formal transferof 80S AND COS S. PALAPOX 8T11EKT.
' frrjjri charge of the task at once went to BAD TASTE. the steamer Echo and the barges
by the War Department to restrict it -AGENOYI
work and instituted incidental HEPATICURA taken in a little Ellida and Yarkand to New Jersey
corre- in making the compilation to the use I REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEBLING'B COM* CO. I
spondenceith the Governors of all of the official records made during the ; water is almost tasteless. Childrencan I purchasers. Captain Saunders refusedto I GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUKHEL4 HON'3 rUlJl#?,
take it as easily as adults. There state what price ho was paid for
the states which furnished Confederate
"ifTv'j tafcgi hh\i\ fills Htsticil Icilroflioti! ChrIs lrkn Hi1'
the I I ; !
bitter about
, ,' d troops. All of these Governors is absolutely nothing the crafts, but it is said to have been
t For liver troubles and constipation
I +
00511'At JJ'! H. LOG. I'T0.
taste, nor that sickening sweetness. near one hundred thousand dol
t Lave now been heard from except the very !
l There's nothing better in creation irritate C. McKeniieOertiniColl6CtiajAentfor! bar: Pilots' Benec'!" i it A!!teiatlou.
144f; ; Governors of Marjland 1, Florida and It positively does not gripe or lars. John H Dialogue & Sons were .

= ; Arkansas The K-tters received invariably Than Little Marly Risers, the fa' : a delicate stomach, and its laxative tin purchasers: ;

hr 1 1> t r show a cordial disposition upon moos little pills. ; effect is easy and natural. All these ,

' t the part of the States to cooperate. Little Early Risers are different good qualities! combined in a medicine BUY THia. I Ii i THE GARDEN SECTION
! t : is sure to ploase. That U why it has
?+ Governor Jelks responded promptlyfor I
from all other! pills. They do not l1 I *
a Of -oIFensacola
friends. Sold by all drug 'ML
so :
Alabama and designated Thomas -many
v : weaken the system, b'lt act as a tonic ,I
1 } M ?it. Owen of the Bureau Archives I to the tissues by arousing the secretions 'I gists. [ I Florida.
11 and History, to look after the interests I and restoring the liver to the i I 11 ,
I v: : of the state in the compilation: of LIT I full performance of its functions naturally ,I Ii I PARTS OF THE COUNTRY.A SEWING MACHINE I Near East Hill Electric Railway Torminus
; quota.
i llargis' Pharmacy, John --- --

'. In view of the fact that most of the i I Sheppard, Sidney Kahn. I disturbance of considerable nero Do not l.e leo 'lvr 11.y tloCle who n.t-I Beautiful Lots for Sale.
state authorities seem not to have i i I viTtUp. fliO.Otj( ini M.ichinu
gy is central over Minnesota, and a :ret ? f.rfciUO
ti ]ti' ;yet gleaned a clear idea of the scope I Try The News, 10 cents per week, : .!). ThiaKiiitl of iiiiu-hiiieriit: 40x137
has feet from each
,} 'i I !'IH'IJIdi'llrl''icn! appeared over bo Ixmcht from us or any of our % at $75 to $200 accord

,I 8* ----- : extreme western Texas. Licht: rain doali-H feiiii$I;.filto if 13.00. ing to location and surroundings.

or snow has fallen during the past 2J I --- -. -
? Wxativ 3 ror.c Oyp '
;1 L.-- ..-- .V "- -' {rr snfit A.;I- on every :I hours in the Northwest in northern THE NEW HOME !IS THE BEST. Exceptionally Good Neighborhood, Beautiful View.

Cures aCoJ aa rciy: Grn ;11.'' ->,.* ',#. >!rf. X: ?T":.'.'''' box. 25c i Michigan! and ji the southern Plateau.Clesewhere High Dry Fertile Lands.
t I The Ft'l't111t.t-nninrs the f-trongth or ,
i --- I I it has been generally fair I \vojikm-vi (.f Few ill){ Jl.irhincs. The

l i or partly cloudy. The temperaturehas : Double Food ' strong ,pints makes the .\.' v Ifouic
in central valleys! |
f BHRG INS I risen rapidly the Us-t awing; ilathhie to buy, I offered in Pensacola.
in Gulf and the
u' i and it is also warmer I

-FOR- !eastern districts; but in the plateau I Y Un['t e r lot r CIRCULARt' AllowIng"','mitvlt! SLtrhlnrMI thu' s tilt-I"fowintr I! Home Seekers Should See These Lots.
and Northwest it is somewhat colder.
The local forecast as made by DrUuniiemeycr I TFO numuLu'turtuiiJ priors belure l/Urc""lUg
I A. "V"n 01-0.13138
this morning is for fair THE NEW H3XE: SETOG: MA33IKS{ CO .
tonight and Tuesday: light to fresh I ORANGE, U'.SB.N .
I east winds. I Union Sq. X. V.,nilms'.j,J 11.,AthnU, (;"., Corner Garden and Brit Streets.
St. Louis, lo.. l>i"a.tTex.San: rrancN-'o,Oil

I f Remember these goods at the prices quoted Clean 1 --. FOR. SALE, DY
Makes a Sweep. I I'.O, BRKXT. WM. H KSOWLtt, W. K, HYKtt. JR., J. H, RH:>EVlcePreBld ,

,l F r ''1 'f below have to be seen to be appreciated. thcroughly.There's; nothing Of r.11 like the doing Salves a thing you =GOLA.Y=' I l'relul..n\

.-- -- I ever heard of. Uucklon's Arnica Salve : Grist and Corn aaiiifs:
I is the best. It away andcuresHums First ?National taliy
? + Ladies' Full Bleached Vests, the 40 in all Wool, Extra fine Twill I {
ti Cuts, Boils, I ft. F. GO Zest:Z i CO. Fro
f>j 10c. grade . ... . . 5cLadies' Serge, 75c value at. . 49c yd Sore Bruises ? i,
t'J Ulcers. Skin Eruptions and Piles. It's I :':"&t;.'I :tl'lIr.
Full Bleache Vests, the 100 Ladies Grey Walking Skirts, I
i only 2."ic; and guaranteed: to give CHOICE(:-\LA.n FniLCliSUH; :
15c. grade, at..8 1-3c I good value at $1.50, our price 98c I .

, ladle Short Waist Corsets, ,,50 Ladies' All Wool Grey Walking II satisfaction by W. A. D'Alemberte I STOCK }}.Bit:

I t: White, only. . .. .. . . 24c II/J/ Skirts, Latest style at. . 24c druggist, lil: S. Palafox: street.A I i, Patronize Home.boa'd In' :lltry. fcr there ti DI.J3.EOTOF.U.:: : :
i every reatonyoa buy your steal ni8to'k ViM H. KNOWL28.: W. .
200 yards Embroideries, Edges 50 Ladies' All Wool Etamine Walk Fe.from the Home Manufacturer .Y K Vf :
I I FRIENDLY REMINDER.;; trrbyeodoing ;uacoaraitt' borne ladaiir D, 0, BRENT
Insertions. value, 5cMen' ing Skirts, colors and tan I
and Big yard grey I ? Yoai rionr-y .Bi ;ti'i tt
r *, Ladies' and Children'sfast priced at. . . . . $4.49 I tad yon la turn are Ind.rectly b"ne 2ted I''
t t black and tan hose, worth Ladies White Lawn Shirt Waists Hereafter for all reading notices of I ,In ctrtbut'totttiesu.eof forterPxg the borne im 1R.>acTaola t>or. loa! r PWI you PfifSISB! Fj iirbti?! feiisfs $wn\\\\ fl ;
i lairs, festivals, plays, suppers, balls, 'I 't to te'aemmtnttt III wnl'a ro" tits .:C9h' & ; Mm&t il
I 15c, cut to, pair.- . 8 1.3c embroidered front. Latest out .h nn''t'i'n'w tr nnnnrt tSfgp & Mmj &y ,
dramas, elocutionary cr any other nnr. \
.10 doz Gent's Nig'it Shirts Big I at . . . Age, 74c and 99c .-. --- ------ -rt e $
kind of entertainments given by ......"" ...-.--, -.......,, '
value at--------------------- 49c 10 doz Boy's Laundried Colored I II" ,
churches, societies, ledges or !individuals !: jtSrvia drag! oar oTra;' Bills of Kxcbauze on Great ErlHii.: i. J.r'

10 doz. Ladies'TabCollarsthe 10c I Shirts at. . . . . 25c where an admission; is charged tarl7t.a 3-rmany, Fratce, Austria: Italy, Holland, Brain, Bedlam RarM 6'I

kind, at. . . . . . 5ci: 10 doz Gent's Pat. Elastic Seam i' or merchandise or other things iUR R r.7' Hwsdcn, Denmark 'iui other European coaLtrles.Ai'Voasel3 .

!l 10 doz Ladies'Aplique Tab Collars, Drapers at. . . . 39c
I sold there will!! be a charge of 5
t 25c goods, at. .. . . 10c I ii 1 1VJ1l DiabnrHed upon the Moat Favorable Terms atd i's'! )
Balbriggan I cents a line for first insertion and 2'/2 J }li bI aions Taken Payable at Port of neetiratJoii Ten or ;Rifles Lsja
S Gent' and Ladies' Hemstitched 1 cents a line for subsequent insertions. ilV liter Vessel Arrives there
e'. !fl Handkerchiefs, at .. . 8 1.3c value at 75c suit, our price -49c
i 22x54 inch Extra Heavy Cotton I Gent's Extra Heavy Blue Overalls! I Obituaries and .resolutions of respect 'flla : 'li. L rS=\f sty Ds"posit Bores for Rent in Ccnneotioa
I i will ccme under this same ruling .:
Towels, at. .. . . . 8 13cLadles' I and Jumpers with or without ''.. wft.h [ohwohftveaPrtva! p&rtment for the Uti
: also.
--ti Girdle Summer Corsets, Aprons at, . . . 98c suit I ,af Renter*.

at .. ... .. .... ... .., .. .. 49c !,I 401 none Better Extra Heavy Blue II Tho street cars stopping in front of : i JIIi
Mercerized Overalls and Jumpers, union I i -- DR.ICING'STRY
lee our line of I Jacoby's make it convenient for tha .. I CASDS.
Waisting, nothing newer out at made, warranted fast colors I ... ,.- '
to ladies. They will find what they want NEW DISCOVERYFOR -

'j .. .. .. .. .15 and 25c yd : and not to rip at--------$1.93 suit without going! further. I I W. C. ROWE, M. D.
I 10 pcs Mercerized Madras Ginghams + Ladies 4 Strap patent Colt's Skin II THAT COLD.

at, ... ... .. .. 19c. the yd Sandals, the latest creation and I TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE Office: 17* 8. I'alafoi.

100 pieces figured Lawns and Dimities I I the same you pay $2.25. Our CARPENTRY AND Cures ConsumptionCoughs Hoari from 4 U I, m. and 1 \0' p.a

new patterns at. .5c the yd price. . . . . . $1.49 ELECTRICAL WORK I Colds Bronchitis Asthma, and after 7 o'clock

es pieces Madras Ginghams, new Ladies' Oxfords Sandals and Colonials I .I X'la.oxio OO.

stripes and checks at--------- 90I I in all the latest shapes, Ring ap P"irl & D.tiivPphnoPettn, I A EEL1GHTUJL BEYEEAGE PneumoniaHayFevcrPleu- -

40 In all Wool Cheviot Serge, 75c | plain and patent tips at if von have stir f'Ar't<-r r>r tlncri, risy, LaGrippe, Hoarseness

grade at... .. .. . 49c yd:l 75c 99c $1.25 and 51.53: the pair :I cal work you w tnt wll d.ipp. i A SAFE Ti1iUllliili i Sore Throat, Croup and I JOHN S. BEARD,

I Many Actors and S'n;ers use Pisa's I A S103 HLIillSS.For j Whoopi? Cough. I ATTORNEYATLAV.Offlce .

the voice and i ii6..Ur. ,'_. il3 i -309 Thfesea ButJd!!!-
Cure to 'trenzhen PAY
i prevent
i Ecieilicr+ tie Plice ,
.. .
F. E. BRAY\ NER :, hoarseness I! Salr fcDannhsisser. i ?:ite6n- .aiTSItLrrtESFREECle't7ln.t Office Hoars S:31) a. Ire, to 1 ". rr..

I Bros. : i iadin; tlnrr line WNldii 2:30 p. m. to 6:30 p, m.
105 S. Palafox St. II. .SEE ELECTRIC LIGHTS AT SOLOMON'S. I '9 one of c-.r ep&cialtieo. :-tar Laaj !)- 'I' Practice in all state and faders i r"-'t'
: ;l. All bli,ln"1 rntrDtlKl to mo tail rtL-:N
I I.qr prompt and diligent attention.0 .

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MONDAY. APRIL 6, 1903.
1 1ip1

: --- GIRL DARED I .\ tD CL HE\LISG' %sE1N CATARRH Chris Thieseu..1 4k _

colts FOUCflTAftRH ElY$ ,


I "Hobson'sChoice" I kw v yt"", Vrrh' W N 1DI6 ,i INTENDENCIA AND BAYLEN ST8., 1 : + E '

One Block West of Palafox. t'
Y1 DESPERATELY TO Or.A': ; Cry B ''r1i j'
?asy and D.wart: ta11
SICK GRANDUNCLE TO SAFETY .ouco. Cnntaiiifcno"juriop !,
'Uuir. y I

FROM FIRE.-HE FAINTED AND: ttisquiekly ed. ., orb- '

SHE COULD NOT CARRY HIM. It Pens and cleanses me :Nasil I'Hs-ng-e PURESTUQUORSFamily
Allele Indammatlon. IJpaU ant llt.trcta j

Tobias Hobson was the first man in England who let out the.llemhrane.and Euien. Largr Uettores Ize Secc the at trugglts Sons of Ta oriy-tel

v man;'l rtai blze lei by mail.
hackney horses. (N. Y. World.) tl.Y liKOTHERS FOR
Rosie Rothstein 56 Warren Street New York.

l When anyone wished to hire a horse he was obliged to proved'herself fourteen years old
A a heroine at a fire in a Heiioal Use
-- --- or

I II i take the one standing nearest the stable door-he had no six-story tenement at No. 127 Henry AN INTERESTING GAME 41., ,

street Friday that cause the death of
I selection. Hence the oldProverb, so familiar now, was born: two persons and sent many others seriously FOB ; 'j3 t t
4 .I
I! i injured to hospitals. The girl I interesting game of baseball was The Sailor Lan
Iy "To elect there is but one- or sman. !?
struggled desperately with her grand. played on the "big ditch" diamond
1 'Tis Hobson's choice-take that "
or none.
4r uncle, Harris Rothstein an aged invalid yesterday between the Happy Dans : i r

Before the introduction of Uneetfa Biscuit to save his life, but she was com- and Giant Juniors. The latter won in {:
\ buying Swedish Punch Danish Aquaril 't, '
1 ; ,
pelled to give up her brave fight and a score of 3 to C and say they will continue German Kummel 1 '

\ soda crackers in a paper bag was like hiring Hobson's horses her granduncle is one of the dead. The along this line of good luck as of imported Wines and and Liquors.other brands ; t ai

-there choice. In kind and other body recovered could not be rec- I many times as Happy Dans run over Here rl
was no quality there was but I i only you will find the X. C. i s .
I orgnized, but it is believed by thosein them. It is Bowen Kentucky Whiskey, :21! .

((1(1''t one-take that or else take none. Whether stale, soggy dirty the house'to be that of Mrs. I I ag'l old. years 'I! r 't I

Lazarus, who lived on the third floor. I ing the season. Valhalla Branch, corner Garden ;;! ih t it '
the "Hobson's Choice"l
\ or old-'twas ever same I 'street and 10th avenue. v
Rosie Hothstein tells her own thrillIng ; : ... .. r.
Unectia Biscuit in In-er-seal Packages have revolutionized story of her desperate battle with :I d.A.STO Ii JL\._ i---- ",'", Il r i it '

the flames. ":\Iy granduncle is eighty- Sean the Kind Veil Ha'.t! brays: 9.aJl I

I this old method and set an example that has received four years old," she said, "and has i I I -'!.. th6a! ,. LLl4 I J. I. L LOIS

/'JI the stamp of public approval as the sale of over 200,000,000 been an invalid for some time. Two '. ff INU' : ,

weeks ao he was brought here by

I 5 cent packages attest. my father from Bayonne for better, RUNNING TO A FIRE. Contractor ana Builder ;.,
; }
medical treatment. ;My father was at .
The In-er-seal Package insures their quality, cleanliness How the Hoi-urn F.iijojthe Mad Dash I
\ work);: and mother was marketing 't
my ; IhrouKli the Mrrrta.Everyonew .
: and crispness, because it is airtight, moisture proof, dust when the fire started: this morning I I ho has wuUhttl: fire horses PLANS, SPECIFICATIONS AND I ,,, : ;

was combing my hair: and getting daiLiiig through; the streets in answer i ESTIMATES FURNISHED AT 1 I '. '

proof and germ proof. ready to go to school. to an alarm will admit that the animals i. SHORT NOTICE. k< jt jt 1 t < .

Old Man Cried, "Save Me." I seem to enjoy the run. This ideaIs First-Class Work Guaranteed and .i ,

NATIONAL BISCUIT'COMPANYio39E "When I heard the explosion and the brought out" by (well Ford In References Furnished. i F, : }
"Ilorsos Niue' as follows:
cry of 'fire' below I looked down the 414
ST 8
For Silver all other minor pleasuresIn ,
stairs and big flames rushing .
saw great .
life were as nothing to the fierce

upward. I wasfrightened almost joy he knew when, with a dozen men PEARL & DOLIVE. 'i '

out of my wits, but I had the senseto clinging to the handrails the captain s .-

-- call as loud as I could to my grand. pulling; the bellrope) and Lannigan, far Call on them at the corner of Gar-

I THE BLOOD g y i uncle who was in bed. I hoped that up above them all, swajingon; the Hue, den and Alcaniz streets for carpen- .

DIRECTORY Cannot remain pure if the liver is he would be able to get up and walk, the Gray Horse truck swept up Broadway terand: electrical work,or phone 600. ; '

I inactive. One function of the liver Is to a first call IK>X. -- -- 5 ,
(EWS but when I told him the house was on "
to filter the impurities out of the s ] It was like trotting to music if you'veever ,.j .
K IGn1'3 OF PPTfIAS.P NOTEJS fire and that we had, not a moment to
done that. could
bluod. Malaria or other germs and 1'ossibly you !

.14" 'ola I, ),1e!. No. s, K, et 1'., poisonous matter cannot: remain in lose he screamed "Save me save me, have diseoM-rt-d no harmony at all in : !

... my child! I can't walk; I am helpless.' : the roar of the apparatus ns HARDmm '
mt Uevery Monday even the system when the liver is active. : :
lag la the al7:'
t \ Boor.Vl medical mission. the stairs, but when we saw the flames Silver there wore ninny pounds blended -
It will aid the liver in its work of yesterday on a !
1'ILiI1K rltIHtt cordially: :! into one. There wm the rhythmicalbeat '
bursting out and knew that we could I
L __c 1I'tll01Jllwd elimination: ; it will .tone tip the blood lie returned last night. of !hoofs, the low undertone of the
.".. J. A. L.M.K. not get out that way I clutched his
Y. H, HOKSL".K t;. ('. and keep it normally alkaline. It is wheels grinding the |a\emt'iit, the iBRICKj;
Nicholas the
v K. U. A S. George popular:: prescription arm and began to drag him upstairs. I .
the bost blood purifier and constitution high note of the forged steel lock
mixologist at Paunheisser'sidepot was making for thej-oof, hoping to escape -!
dinner as it hammered the footboard,
builder to be had. Sold by all 1 .
PAm Ill I..I:;* No. l.'t: dispensary I loft: on the noon train by ('rosslng over to the next the mellow ilingduiix of the hell, the I

,: ".
rni Kulabt r t'slRrnan,1 enrdiailyInvited.J.ALSEKTJunesuv: (.urctxa. "Better out than in"-that humor the hustling burgs up the road to "It was a greater task than I bargained Flou, the rattle of the iron shod books, ii

wards Flumaton. and the rnt,tat-tat of tLe pealing Udders on
C. C. that you notice. To be sure it's out for.Iy uncle was heavy \ ON miI tee
the bridge and the muffin drummingof
AS strergth was giving out. Men and
and all out, take Hood's Sarsaparilla. There has been no lack of rain still i jiiy the leather helmets as they jumped
rushed to the roof, but
women by me
many of our citizens feel called in the basket.\
I:,,, (,',U; >. Su. 30 Iut: I" Malta-Vita. Shredded Wheat Bis I could not get any of them to helpme. these 1 I'.
With the Increasing ssed lr\L t
cuits, and Force with Cream "at Solomsn's. irrigate more or less. For the convenience 'IIE X<1. all, Knights offry They: vrrc all frightened out of sounds rose in j-itch until, when the .
\\ \ lliuixlikv evenilittr of all such Mr. X. Goldring : ; i r
t a,tl.. Hall!!,(.n their wits. team was at full swing they become :
has established three stations in the
it-hiil'dlng.soutti-- "I dragged my uncle to the next to one vibrant theme tbrilKng, inspiring) ,
int (itnlcn street H.cun'lally where of thirst
city species
The Beer every can
welcomed. the floor and there he fainted. csultaut-the action song of the truck. '
K. .\LLMON, be quenched and every case of severe ONE MILLIONGet r
(.. C.: The fire was coming up very fast and t a
drouth alleviated.The Dnrlal Cuntoin
That Made we were blinded by smoke and almost
4IMNNBtl The Turk (iprhnpsvero the first p strangled by hot \\ len he fell
urnnuifiita! burial
Infant pie to use grounds

j.o o. r.vpninis. takes first to human milk, that failing, and I found myself almost suffocatedI ( such as! we call)) couifterit'! but M to Our Prices BeforePurchasing. '

tR R rAM gave up and was carried, by therro'd when this! custom was first lluptl'llill
I'" ," ,1\ 1.1I.1 f' SII. .. the mother turns at once to cow's milkas "
to the roof. the land of the crescent no one !siemsto ,
*' the best substitute. llorden's Eagle -
i > at 7: at i
,'. -tt! IiittMiJuncU street. Others Injured in the Panic. know. The earlier Jews buried their ; 1:11
Brand C'ondi-nsod Milk is cow's 1-
11,:!ly InvIUd. -I a Tha fire started in the cellar from dead In the earth, that method being i ; :
I'"fVrtl.V! N. O.i .
milk scientifically adapted to the human without doubt the most ancient burial 1i
irv. the explosion of a gas engine: used for i !
i VICTORIA infant. Stood first for furty-fho mode known to loam The very earliest
i I pumicing) writer.
z{. OF L.icb. years. Eg"ptlansI'm to hate understood the
I Capacity 50,000
MADE BY ACME BREWING COm.s Mrs. Rebecca Ginsberg, ihirty-fhe art of embalming nod to have practiced I Daily

\.. ISnS.: I THE CIRCUIT COURT yours old, was seriously injured inter it from time out of memory. The ancient 0 'ar

niblyi r 10-ChNT; ItcmLK Rl'.lMl : CONVENED TODAY. nally by jumping from the second- Grcl'kstill! Heliums! cremated the :. ; !f t ,
mont1 i'
w IMI.THAKP. TORN.DL.NNHEISSER. story window. body, the ashes only rea-lum &

sl. W. r of the circuit ture, except hi case of illustrious 1'1'111-1. \ Brick '
irv BROfi The regular spring term Mrs. Crone > Appk-baum. thirty fdc1\ii11an Go. .jt
riors stateMiien etc., these latter being : ;
t court convened at 10 o'clock this years old, while going down the fire
i buried unburned as a special mark of ,
I AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED morning. Judge rainier presiding escape was burned about the face and ., Pine Barren Fla.
I favor. y a .
3011IHERU EXPRESS[ Cft1o i IW E rail' IftLiillJ'( Judge Reeves has exchanged circuitsfor hands. Some ancient tribes! preserved only I,I i' t.

i I the present term with Judge Pal :Morris: Rosen, fifty years old was parts! of the body and burned or buried ,,
I mer on account of the latter's disqualification burned while escaping from the fourth the remainder The ports retained andpreserved '' !
I '
i in certain ca!'cs. floor.l'alrol1'm. dried or in li'lultI'ar l 1 according 'WlWNNNW t ,
Main House-401 R. Palafor streetR.R. ;
business transacted found Archie and to tribal notions. With someit i
The only Carey i
Exchange-Opp. Union Pojrot
was the heart that was thought to ,
.. ,. the calling!' and setting of cases and :Myer Kiinsky five and three years ) "
p, O. Box 281. Pensacola, Fla. be too sacred for cremation or burial! I I 4 .41
the formation of the court generally. old, cuddled' in a corner of the top 'I
) with others tile liver ears! nose tongueor
I Phon"'A" 1162E8.WEEKLY After this preliminary, the court was floor. They were rescued with difficulty fingers. The Tartars of 2i n> rears riI.{ ,
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adjourned until 10 o'clock tomorrow ago preserved only the thumb nud toenails ,) i.a 4

4CILIi1)UIJ' morning. The docket for this term is :Mrs. Tauble Greenfeldt the housekeeper of t ieir dead.Amaipinenti. ,
auf/ parts of the
country. FOR STEAM DIVISION made up wholly of civil cases. broke both legs jumping from

.' :-s., It' m Express I' PKSSACOLA RAILWAY ELECTRIC CO>>PANY.TEUM1JJ MASSACHUSETTS HASSAILED the James third-story Fallon, of window Engine and Company Engineer Here are a few amusements of Great Men.of greatmen I mimm E Q T kiijiJ.

Companyr" TO PRACTICE. : Edmund Burke, farming; Lord
.. No. 17, was bruised trying to catch ,
5 11: 1 forwards ,freight Trains leave P8nBaooia for the Ltiil Byron, swimming; Carlyle, riding and I
8ayoo. tllg BayouWatrtngtoaNAT: VAC: Mrs. G recnf e Id t.
.' a: i valuables of all descriparts and Fort aranoa' ..t Sunday morning the big battleship smoking; Lord Chatham, bowls; Darwin -
Mrs. Belle Greenberg jumped from backgammon, music. smoking: and
t'' I'I:! of the 8:30 a.m.arrlTe at Fort Barranon 1loa.rIOUU : Massachusetts weighed anchor and .
(country a.m.arrl1'e at Fort Karraccai 10ita.3 the second-story window and was in- snuff taking; Dickons, bowls, walking,

'l: 1 't',,n! s for Canada, Mexl- 8 1W::311 p.p.m.arrlTeat m. arrlyeat Yon Fort Harrauoai Karraacai .le5pv:16 P l'8:16p.marrlnat moved in stately manner down the jured. smoking and snuff taking; Tom Hood, DAILY MENUS
Ji7-! : a, Cuba European points Yort Harrancai ':OOp II bay crossing the liar shortly after i :Mrs.: CVcile Rosenberg sat at a top shooting; Kingsley, fox hunting, music I
"8:00 p.m.arrive at Fort Barrancn 8:<8 p.n in Comprise all the tip-tc. **
dinner. Sho is today engaged tar. and smoking Lamb, witnessing performances !
.. '. .'<.?: I Train leave Fort Harranoufor Penacola floor window of No. 632 East One ;
:Sl ," '. at get practice on the gulf and her gun of "Punch," card playing;, Date Dishes the Mar. h I ;' I.iLadies' : !
Hundred and street
: Thirty-fifth
'rn Express; Company at Penaaoola_. 8:00 a. ii ners expressed their intention>ter. Friday snuff taking and smoking; Lord Lyt- kets of the World 1
; *" !i>W miles of first- 11:110 p. m. arrive at PeD&AoolalI.o_ p,aS:00p.m.arrive looking at the passersby, when a policeman ton. gardening, walking, music and i ii Afford. p'v i.'I ti
Fensaoola Siiip.c
at of surpassing the good
.1's' .'. .nil: in connection with 8.00:: pm arrive at Penaacola_ Si6 p B day even record burst In her door and told her i. smoking! ; Captainarl'at, snuff tak'i
TCO p.m.arrive at fentaoola_ T:45p. made by the Indiana's sharp shoot- Lord horse
:; 'l' the house was afire. While he was ing; I'almerston,
:, < Ksjircbs: Company on ret5 Saturdaytonly:p. m. arrive at PenBaooia_ 8lUIi.! ers. No information is at hand today telling her the room filled with smoke, Pitt, felling trees and studying classics; I '

l_,-. *, '.' !Dills, with through I FAKE FOB WEEK DATS.feniaoola from the Illinois and Iowa, which and the policeman had to carry her Shelley)) making and sailing paper Private .1. 't d d1N ;

.. : '":::.rh'' mt'I1 engtrs peril to Fort Barrancas return. have been: out for about a week. The boats; Sydney Smith chess, swimming, *
..' ,. I Feasacola to Navy Yard and retarn.J{< downstairs. riding and music Wesley whist; Dean Dining Parlor.
:: r\-ice, constituting l'enaaoola to Palmetto Beach and rcJTSrc ifcSCKDAT first named took a pilot aboard Saturday ;
i Swift, harnessing hit servants with ,
t c- < \v-tcin: of tho kind iiiaI I. lOBBonai. and is expected at any time now. Robbed th! Grave.A down t'-j "fI ;
cords and them and
whoa Weather permits the running t driving up
J -> ".... tu,VJ r I Il open coaches.LeiViPensacola.. now. startling incident Is narrated by stairs. .' : A
1 : >'-I''rs' aro sold at alli Lv fort BarranMia. John Oliver of Philadelphia as follows Regular Dinner Daily. /I '
J.'.,. m. 10 a. m. COUNTY BOARD T r r
1' the Southern 11 a. m. if m : 'I was in an awful condition.My
t .... Express lp.m. tp.m. MEETS THIS EVENING.This .
''' skin was almost yellow, eyes! sunken -
,4 at asonable< hours. Rels I p. m I p.m. oysters today. Try them.
!,.;! 1 p. m p.m. tongue coated, pain continually! in TIC APOSTLE. Short Order Promptly M 1Fllled
:a'- nand! evening the Board of County :
is refund- 4 p. m pm ?
t'; .: i i money Ep. m. ( p.m. bacK and sides, no appetite, growing Night or Day. .1 '
': !
r t i I"bf. .., Commissioners will meet in special
.' Ip.m. I >> weaker day by day. Three physicians Malta-Vita, Shredded Wheat Bis
I t .e FABB FOB $UNDATtensaeolato sesion for the purpose of turning over
.? ,, tl.t'an't; way to send art Barraneai Havrardandretorn had given me up. Then I was cuits, and Force with Cream at SolOman's. -
'.' r : : ____ to the city it's pro rata of that $20,000 It It'i Something Good to Eat \ i Y
-ittaacw: \ <
11' by mail or other. advised to use Electric Bitters; to yon wish,you'll find It at ,
4wt Peauooia to Palmetto Beaeb aa< check received from the sale of the 1' i
re'lIrL-________ Ifc my great joy the first bottle made a
;,.., E- W. FOWLER, No freight elved after 1:11 D. m- quarantine station. The mayor will decided improvement. I continued See Hudgins new style of label.OASrOnXA. Nick Apostle's'! ,' ;
attend the meeting and will
peisacoa! probably
Fla. their use for three weeks, and am
Branch Offices: likely receive the city money. This Popular Restaurant 9 ; SHot
,, '". I.1 !r'., Popot Store. ANTALMIDYTbew will be the only matter that will come now a well man. I know they fmr3 D, rTSs Kind r03 ::waysBu
.:. the gfave of another victim. No .
J i':
: '' before the meeting.
Ga.. .,, :1. Cor. Alcaniz and tiny Capsules ire superior one should fail to try. them. Only 50 ? ft :

: \ I to i Balaanut'of..Copaiba, cents, guaranteed at W. A. D'Alem- ;
\ :
.4 ;:. :: Cor. DeVilliers and I (5 bebl and .InjeOiona.I @ SEND YOUR ORDERSto berte's 121 S. Palafox street 3fndy.u\ Sest for 5c. t +

>:, I They core 48 hours the : French Waffles h

f :. t : r,r, Talafox and Inten- I !sane I' eases rltlioat anyinconM. -' Pearl & Dolive for carpenter or Hudgini has a new label for the :1 Florida with } j _
: ..a. work a Cane Syrup at ?
electrical work. Repair I
ros ., amisevetn411GGlST1 best 5 cent cigar on the market. ... Try The News' WANT COLUMN. ,
,-" ----.--... =..,..,. specialty. Solomon's. 1 1i 1y

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THEDAILY:NEW* PKN8AGOLA, FLORIDA.',-.-, -- MONDAY.- ..... -- APRIL-- .. 8,1903..

'? .1 R --.- .--- -' -- ---
&: N. railroad that begins nowhere tions and that the conditions and Oldest and Largest

",. and ends nowhere. It traverses our a classes rule of much negroes different In the from North those are as in This is what Ayer's Hair Vigor does : West Agency o

little bailiwick of West Florida from Florida.IESTAllUSIIIH .
the South. And the Northern agitator
Flomaton to River Junction Prac of this much abused question Restores color to gray hair, makes the hair (

tically West Florida is a little pro will never be any nearer a solutionof 1M';,
Entered at the Post Office at Pen of Flor- his great problem (?) in the South dandruff. ..
vince belonging to state
stops falling cures tar
IIC01&, Fla., second class matter. until he lives in the South long grow, ,
ma and Pensacola is its capital and
Pitta Building. 211% enough to become familiar with Unotules ]
Booth Palafox street, up-stalrs. metropolis. There is without doubt Southern sentiment and the environ n -- -- -_ ---- Bros
much truth in the remark of the ment and influences under which the

THE MEWS PUBLISHING CO. Ledger that Pensacola naturally belongs i negro lives. MEETING-A. 0. H. THIS HAT
What shall we do with the negro? -
to Alabama but we don't like
As the Wisconsin editor sensibly A special meeting of the Ancient
T.rm.: Invariably in Advance. that way of putting it. The idea is says let him alone! That is the only I Order of Hibernians will be held attheir INSURANCEAND
One Year by mail.5 00 better expressed by saying that West way to help him. Any other courseis i

0ix Months ... ... .. .. .. .. 250 Florida naturally is a part of Ala both an injustice to the negro and I. hall on next Wednesday, April
One week by carrier, payable Monday provocative of general mlschef for 'fth at 7.20:: o'clock to make arrange-
... .. .... 10 bama. Many of the most prominent
...... .. ? both races living together. ments for the celebration'of Dewey
business people of West Florida are

Advertising Rates Furnished on Ap- i of the opinion that if the state line A SWEET BREATHis Day. I REAL ESTATE

piication.TELEPHONE ; ,
running through the woods from the a never failing sign of a healthy The teams: are kept busy at Jacoby's

NO 118. Chattahoochee to the Perdido was stomach. When the breath is bad today although the store has not been I. 30' South I'alafu\ trt'tt.

rubbed out much more of the businessof the stomach is out of order. Thereis formally opened. He has enough

Alabama would come to Pensacola. no remedy in the world equal to'I though to deliver all goods promptly. Phone 22. PENV ,-yy

However this may be Pensacola most Kodol Dyspepsia Cure for curing Indigestion
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L> needs more railroads especially onto < dyspepsia and all stomach -

Memphis Tennessee and another disorders. Mrs. Mary S. Crick, of 'I And many other Beautiful Styles oft I
to Columbus Georgia. These roads White Plains Ky., writes: "I have this Season are to be seen'at ,
PEI8AOOLA, APRIL 6. 1903 will eventually be built and then been a dyspeptic for years-tried all The

the Ledger will observe that the sand kinds of remedies but continued to! MRS. NORDSTROM'SSpring Equitable

between Pensacola and the black the of Kodol I '
grow worse. By use Ice Cream Parlors
The dcomcratic presidential nom
t lands of Alabama don't cut so much began to improve at once and after Millinery Opening, Life
inatlon is still anybody's persimmon. Assurance
ice. taking a few botttles am fully restored Ii5: Palafox Street April I, 2 and 3, Society

-,+i There must be some suckers in in weight, health and strength. \ 11 Intciiilonoiu St. Of the United States

,;1 the mail service or in the Times THE BOYCOTT. and can eat whatever I like." Kodol

Union office. Our last copy of thai (Montgomery: Advertiser.) digests what you eat and makes the NEWLY I1ENIIY ft HYIIK. r.mmlf
For almost a quarter of a centurythe REFITTED AND FURNISHED. '
paper smells awfully fishy. state of Connecticut has had on stomach sweet. Hargis' Pharmacy I I A. C. BINKLEY desires his friends "Strongest in the World

her statute book a law on the subject John Sheppard Sidney Kahn. All Kinds of Creams, Ices, Glaces and the public to know that he has
needed in
Many improvements are of boycotting and the like which is -----
Fruits and Cakes. Moved to Room 608, Tbiesen build- -------
,, ,, the city, but the must urgent is the almost as drastic as any that has beer *
( sample bottles of Dr. Kilmer's in?, where he will continue as heretofore OUR WARRINGTON
paving of the lower end of Palafox proposed of late days )Here is the PRIVATE PARLORS FOR LADIESOR AGENCY
a general law: .
practi e.I
h ft Vic. from Main street to the wharf law: Swamp-Root the great kidney, liver PARTIES. I
Every person who shall threaten or and bladder remedy are being distributed The NEWS is on sale Ov Mri y'

! If the expressions of the press of use any means to intimidate any per. here from house, free. Have Maillaird's Candies a Specialty. I Good Keefe at Warrington. wi' t S jyt-1.g
son to compel such person againsthis Cypress Shingles, $1.25 per ed to receive and
indications of the j receipt Ins
the state are any received ? v
will to do or abstian from doing you one PHONE 602. thousand.: BEEKMAN LUMBER E.)
views of the legislators, all the any act which such person has a lecal t COIrm :I scriptions. Residents cf) vie re::,!,io

shemes for getting a whack at the right to do, or shall persistently:: follow Salvation Army. tion may now be sure tea w't' a

Indian war claim money will be such person in a disorderly man- and Mrs. McAllister in I ,of the paper several flours !ne, ,,,
nerr injure or threaten to injure,, Capt. charge. > ClTIXUG. W. & CO issue leaves the
: promptly turned down. his property, with intent to intimidate Meeting every night at 8 o'clock and i press

The newspapers of the state ap him, shall be fined not more than one:! also at 4 p. m. Sunday; Sunday schoolat ;: ro1
dollars imprisoned not
2:30:: every Sunday. All are cordi & SEE ELECTRIC "
pear to be getting some small share more than six months. LlCH w AT sOMON'S. -"".

of the general prosperity for they The penalty is not heavy, it is ally invited. I .
true, for a court or jury might make
; are improving in every way. We note
both the fine and imprisonment
the Kissimmee Gazette has changed so TAKE NOTICE.To i NOW IS THE
that the punishment would be o Looking for Something for
A from tour to eight pages and Is nowA merely nominal but as The Hartford whom it may concern: YOUR DINING ROOM, AND MAR.

i very pretty paper. Courant observes "the infliction of it On and after this date all Resolu. O -;.E A S T E R ?f-- 0 i STON & QUINA HAVE WHAT YOU

in even half-a-dozen cases would be lions, Cards of Thinks, Excursions or WANT IN SIDEBOARDS,
fi I' +a Pensacola is to lie honored tomorrow \holesomelyeducative and deterrent." c WE HAVE IT : : YOU KNOW
Entertainments to which an admisSion ITI! CLOSETS TABLES
by a visit from Lieut. Gen Even a light fine and a short term of j AND CHAIRS'

Nelson A. Miles, Gen. William Crosier imprisonment. added to the worry, e\- is charged and simi'ar notices e: --_. .- -- i i i L,a
1 chief of ordnance and Gen pence and uncertainty of a trial would will be charged for at regular rdver- Beautiful Line FRENCH ORGANDIES (Printed) per yard..35cP CREX AMERICAN

( ''tl t Wallace F. Randolph, chief of artillery. lave a good effect in preventing boycotts i tiling rates. PARIS MUSLINS with Satin.Stripes (Printed) per yard . 25c GRASS CARPETS -
! i '( They should never leave tho and other acts of like kind.A I AND LINOLEUM, FINEST
U-, Jacksonville. LINEN LAWNS for Shirt Waists, per yard . . .20cto$1.5ob
state without coming to !
,Ht"wk -Metropolis. PICNIC.. LINEN ETEMINE LINEN CRASHES White apd Colors, per},(" THING ON EARTH FOR YOU
And what in the world should they "
(Birmingham News.) The Ladies' Auxiliary of the C. of 1
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1; itiq go to Jacksonville for we'd like to 2S : 9 RUGS TO MATCH. MARSTON &
An editoral in a recent edition of L. E. will give a picnic onApril : :
1j interested in local )r New Line Antique Clunylaces both I the Real and ::
know? They're not he Racine (Wisconsin) Daily Times at Magnolia Uluff. Tickets 23: cents. Imiiation.L, QUINA.

I politic and that's the most you iil he of fact special that it interest comes not from only the state from Trains will leave union depot at 2CO:: o Narrow and Wide, Just Received. 0 I
: bate there just now. cluav NIL'I1h.
m., 4 m. and 8:3o: m. anal:
whose p. p p. 0
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legislative -- --
body recently put ---- -- .? - ....- -

The Metropolis is sounding all the itself on record as favoring the holding _.13 Ee sure you see our showing of RIBBONS. We have all widths, all o .r NEI'ri1ERth.: '.i.isa )
of a general convention in the TO critv: A ix on 1)\Y 'Q colors-the: nsv.est novelties for Sashes and for Neckwear. nor ''""''iinH'riZiinzilmr -
i changes Oil the proposition that tho South to discuss and consider the sMlled '>- I tt *e Milt
j( people have won a great victory and negro question, but because i rAke Laxative p.rnmo Quinine Tablets bli. for dabl.tbecrrw .
I ins signature jyj. f on tveryDux SILK GLOVES, the and the short, tl1e- : of aid Vesbrl,
t the views expressed are sensibV.: long white and the black,
the Metropolis! is glad. Now suppose :: V F/ II. W. Hi
raciical and largely true. The Racine 50c to $2.00 par I WII.: .H.KIY>KK .\: m..
1'i I the l'l't'ple l.adoUil the other way writer has evidently made some study MILANESE SUEDE: GLOVES, that 'f.h. in white and black rH50c l'n.IKIJ..r. ..rc _

with equal unanimity; wouldn't the of what is known as the negro ques- We will launder your prt ads foi .. per pair ,-..::- ANKt'11Ihtttu., .. '>
! people have won just the same? But ion, and looks at the subject from a 15 cents each and make them Innl WHITE GLACE KID short lengths, SI, $1.25 and $1.50 per pair I ( I /- :1n1ojo nor .oo IKn..... .,1

x.,[ in that case the Metropolis would standpoint of reason rather than one like! uw. Star Laundry.Try WHITE SUEDE KID, 16-button 'lengths $2.CO and $2.25 per pair I !t-r. s. ""' for.rlull".eo debt. cor.will IFact"+ tJ

not have fl'joicedith great joy. It of"sentin1l'nt.ote what he says: i;::J; !::j: craw or a.d \"t8t'1.
)lJn) have been asking of late. The News' WANT COLUMN. "
yfeifi would have been the other fellow's What shall we do wt'h the negro?' 1 2, .t GREEN WATSON & CO. Gulf Transit ton-IgneesEI1IERth.eeptain(;'0..
turn to laugh and shout "we are the \\> answer, let him abno. I
The is frt'lie has the .SEE ELECTRIC LIGHTS AT SOL : ,J" n
people, and you can't fool us a little op- L'G. fil c
bit." port anity to acquire independence! to OMON'S. vcom2I.c.. w. & coxXTT'Sa I 1.i .nor JI..r:conetlneeb be ot the rw.|s'.s >
I nike himstlf a respected member ofociety it' for r..bU eunlraclfU
.. c rt'w 01 8"111.t'l..
.r ; to hasten or delay his own
. t An ion is raised by the Monticello NiI-S HOKMMIII.H. .
; ajt, tlf'\'t'lopml'nt-jut as the average :'\ou''o.. iBDiai
I t''t' At News as to our state convict \htte man has. He receives an education i'uuiignte in It I

f .1t I system. The News complains that: such ss it is, almost entirely ,,
,3 at the exuense of the white tax-payer, SEE ELECTRIC LIGHTS AT SOL
the practice of distributing the \
proceeds awl, in the South, at least he can ai- .MON'S..
l from the lease of the convicts wars obtiin: employment. U lies

; to the different counties on the basis with him to work out his own destiny I'UOI'OSLSMll' IK K. ,'jl;.

of the number of convicts is unfair tn make: of himself a useful citizen Iiireau cf Supplie( at+.'! AI-
r md to rear his family to righteousness Pure Beeris Cavy Oepartnient. msiuiiil
1o the law and .order counties like
and d.'renry.'hy need our statesmen 12: o'clock ii'um.pril) q
' > 4IO Jefferson. It gays Jefferson with a concern themselves! over the and l>Ui llUy "IWIlt.1 I IIIllll
fl"1 thereafter I to furmi'-!i ai' ::
population about equal to Leon gets cnsh complaints of a handful of
; Yard. I'ensacola, ."a., '
indent agitators demanding! that a quit-
; only about one-fifth as much convicts
If* vhich they are not entitled, and which HealthfulBarley Machine; tools. 11011-| rn-
I If the Xews would take into -
money. white men of similar condition and mils; hardware, tool-. pro::
t ; account the costs of the criminal equipment would not dream of asking iimbir, mahogany. hal h:)>

i courts in the two counties it would for? There are thousands of well-to- bras, tin iron, btei't I. >-o|)

eee that the coin lets arc a mighty ell) colored l men in the South who in it for food; Hops'fofa tonic tipe. pipe filtln!:-.. vah:.' .1
could inform these anxious gentlemen ; lank proposals will l lit runt
poor investment. that the is not helped but injured 1111 application to the Xaw V
negro Alcohol i
I '
{ .... by this everlasting outcry just enough ((3 per cent) to aeola, Fla., or to the IureaitMXNY

LOOKING FOR THE TROUBLE. There are thousands worth anywhei* be Paymaster Central
r )t for $lit.i "0 to $1./I"IUI'1 who get a help to digestion. There are no ::- lj.fJ::. A i.
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j ::4 AItlltu Pensacola has the best all\ of the "recognition" they want

f harbor known on from the the gulf earliest and has American been without clamoring for ;it, and they I germs in pure beer; in sweet ritOPOSALS. OHice; UuartermaMvr.FOR STIUMNCI. Kancas
i, testify in their own experience
t ,,1 i f times, it has not grown to be a city. that "recognition" comes always to I drinks thereare 'myriads. Fla., April 4, I'M':',. Stlosals.
r; After all it is the country back of aPart him who has deserved it. This in trillIcatl111 be
q. that makes'! it treat. and Pensa- postiftnuts vociferation! over the ne- I is here until 12 ru., April 25.
I cola's trouble has been the sand between I ero and his so-called rights: merely strength- placing Steam Heating A.
it and tho black lands of Alabama the complete, in one set cinciritre. !
inflames the vanity of ignorant :
for IVnsacola! naturally belongs and robs him of what little self-re giver- essential to the h U. S. reserves ri.-h',

i (; I! to Alabama-Birmingham Ledger.; spect ho his. (>r reject any or all Ilrol"j .

r t +, I Our Alabama: oimten.porary reminds, The truth I is that this eternal nonsense j weak, anybody. part thfreof. InfoniiaT... .:. Ion
about the and his rightsand D s application. Envoi i >ji '
us of the old darkey whose] master negro ; ,
wrongs: this mischievoiis cakle Q proposals should'in!
) him to the wharf in a southern
sent '
als; tor fai'-sra II< rnV. '
r over him and his future is infinitely <
7, city once on a time to l look for harmful to him and I fraught withralaraiiy \ E. COLK, Q1
1 April. I,. 7, !L 2 k '
I a ship hi was expecting to to both races. Schlitz Beer _

the d'irkey's!: return being asked Let him alone. Stop this idiotic, up ;, --- --
nnr. The negro: is all right: and for I Hot Chocolate with
of the ship com II
Is if he saw anjihins:
ft"I; every impudent pretender and complainant Solonoil's. -
"No. Massa, 1 didn'teee Whipped Cream, at
log, he replied filling! the air with clamorfor is Pure

her rotnin' yet, but I most seen recognition; there are ten thousand : I --

y her." honest industrious, self-respect

The Ledger says: "After all it is jog men slowly but surely workingnut : ,. I I I STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE
) their own destinies and buildingup j
'f Rl the country back of a port that makes their own fortunes. Let him We brew beer'in'absolute

it great and Pensacola's trouble: has I alone." ; c1eanli'I'I

i' been the sand between it and the I It is a relief to read from the pen ness; cool it in filtered air, in 1etwppn Hpnhacola and Milton IS' 1\

i I black lands of Alabama" A little {>f Northern Western editor some Hunt Daily F.xcfpt: Aundal"CITY
t sensible common-sense views about the negro. glass rooms. Then we filter it.Ve
thought will any
The Xorthern peoples, however sincere "
I person that the strip of sand back I they may be in their efforts to sterilize bottle after it is sealed. OF TAMPA.

cf this part and between it and the help the negro, are slow to be convinced every ,T Milton __.aa) am LV"I'D'"col., :'cro

productive\ lands of Alabama is note that their incessant agitationof is We use the finest materials'that! irl-en..ool8, .wain Ar Milton t31
imaginary question
moneycan Fare, 0c Round trlplUl1 _
the trouble at ail. If instead of being ;
doing the negro a /great deal more
sand it were the most productiveland I \harm than good. And why? Because buy. We age it so long that it can-

in the United States it would they do not understand the negro: JEWELER IN HIS

not make IVnsacola a great city. The they do not realize that the negro in not cause biliousness., Schlitz beer is
I the North and his relations with thtl't'ople >
greatness of a city depends on inherent l of the North and the negro! in good-good foT'joul. NEW STANDI
natural advantages: on the extent I the South are two different prol103ii -

i>f territory tributary to it and _. ,.
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the push, energy enterprise and pub- I ,-'Ask for the brewery bottling. i-
have moved my jewelry
lic spirit of its citi/ens. i The Non-Irritating
form r
120 South Palafox
Those are three essont ais named in tr
I pied by Bm & Co., and ..
the order of their importance In tVcas Cathartic .: "..
better prerared than ever -
'? of Pensacola: the second' e3eniia.s : "
arbitrarily limited and that is the : Easy to tate, easy to operate great; !bargain lndfatnoniaw .J
Call and Ften.-
jewelry, etc.
real trouble with us.Ve are only ,'
a way station on a division of the L Hood's Pills L. BEAR & CO.. Wholesale Agents for Pensacola. lEt me convince j you I.BTEPHE.NC-


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'w.- C. O'NEAL, President; No.. oeoa. M. E. CLARK, Cashier; 4!hay, "-\1 1' r f [.n'it n-l ; I.y}.

WALTER L PITT IS CHICKEN ... J. FOSHEEVio.ldent; JOHN PfEIF.Eft. Aw't CI,.'''. >tq r t }>

CAME HIGH BANK'3i f. : ; .


GENTLEMAN KILLED A FOWL BY Designated Depository of the United States. ;! 'l f r it

Condensed Statement at the close! of business March 20, 1003. \ t 1 !lr
YOUNG PENSACOLIAN on the diamond nothing short of a SHOOTING IT AND WAS FINED t : ;
j It
winning team. r' ; .f/ ;
HANDLE[ THE FUNDS FORTH Oliver will be the FOR THE ACT. ........ ..... $375,037.63 Capital Stock ...... .... ...... ... ...... .... 200000.00 s 1j" hJ tf
hardly on
WILL| seen Discounts.......... .... 83.20300 Surplus ...... .... ...... .... .... ...... .. .... 2O.tW.OO'i jQ : tt.i; i.
INTERSTATE 6ASE6ALLLEAGE diamond during the season and about' Overdrafts...... ........................ .... 2,35293 Undivided Profits..... ..... .... .... .... 509.39 r t: ; :

the only local player will be Phil Sanchez For firearms In the 8. Bonds and Premiums............... 213,806.87 Circulation........... .. ...... .... .... ... 125,000.00 1 m; : I 1

\ ORGANIZED YESTER- whom everybody knows and who dicharglng city Stocks, securities, etc.... ...... ...... ...... 2,62300 Dividends Unpaid...... ...... ...... ..... .. 54.00 { 1T,; s' ;i'' 'a '
( limits, Charles H. BUss was fined $10 Furniture and Fixtures.......... .... ...... 6.718.48 Deposits..... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... 621,346.81: t 1M.: t2 JW\. :
a3 an Infielder stands without ap this morning. He wants a new trial Cash and Exchange..... .................. 283,16630 f.. :..-. t: : ;/ .
CAY. equal. It is learned that both Laird : 1i
however, and will endeavor to have : ; : .
Brewton last fly i 't ,.
and Moore signed with :: .
Thursday, a fact which will be regretted ) the judgement of Mayor Jones revers Total...... .... .... ...... .... ...... ...... $966,910.20 Total.... .... .... .... .... .. .... ...... .... $966,910.30 ; .j, }' '1

,- RESIDENT Good. by local patrons. Both of these ed. This bank opened for business October 23,1900. We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will gin i '" f,,1,, i', 1 t
Bliss is alleged to have shot a chicken your business prompt, courteous and careful attention. f ,.I I ,.. '
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the Pensacola ::1 ;
> wyn of Montgomery were settled on by management '
<: belonging to a negro woman named CENT INTEREST PAID ON ::1 : : J'
as parts of the local aggre 4 PER TIME DEPOSITS. i t" ..i .. ,. '
1-r ; Y Ice- Lee because the fowl would persist In : > M
gation. An excelelnt battery from t.' '! :
President Tan coming into and destroying his gar 1 .
New Orleans will probably be signed. : : 1 j.f
Lovelace of den. He had repeatedly given the :i.4- : .
cy Arrangements to that effect have almost ,- I'
? : woman warning about the destructive f 't'
V 1 Brewton; Secretary been completed. ) II 1.,1. 1.-
chicken and said he would kill it > ,I
f' L and Treas- ,( .
should it be again found on his prem 'f i. ... ;

urer Walter M. ises. The fowl was there Saturday in ( i; It' ,,
( 1 E" I ., ;
Pitt, of 1' > all its \ '
(nsa. serenity and Importance and /r. \.. I
/ ;' cola the woman Informed the mayor today .,' :,{ ..t'i.e i. ,: ,.
named Rentleravn were LABOR that the defendant had deliberatelyfired ) t 1"" ;p" ...I j
rnlIDID@llm 14.
t meting of the baseball four times at her rooster, killing o !: ; iJ 1 : .. :

,ntathes at Montfiom- him at the first shot. She said he offered : ,
.CLAIMED IN THE WABASH SET :25! for the fowl but .I I' t ,
her cents
I'. : :.IY. I'ach of them area : t 1 '.
she valued it at above a dollar. .' 'j .1 t :
-;aI! )' Known as a "base! TLEMENT.-THE WORKERS AND .

I ,. .. .. and, the destinies of the The mayor began to question the defendant .l-: { j '
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!. l Ii:.>- ,ball League could not THE OFFICIALS REACH A SATISFACTORY after having heard his statement I I '
t t.. '. ':11' '111:1 safer h ndg. They AGREEMENT but upon the direct question as I I i h ; .

to whether not he had fired the i -f
'pitd. or .
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,. "'a gentlemen who at. gun. Bliss said he would refuse toanswer t I ,
I' ::.....tins: were John C. Oli- the question in the fear of ;. .j. J" I-', t 'aEciff
St. Lfluis. April 4.-Af'er' fond evidence J, I" f. ,
incriminating himself. The UPHOLSTERER
:- : < !tad: ami Hen M. Solomon. .
mo'inths controversy between: the em .' t. .
conclusive! and the mayor fixed I
\' r.: \\.ih: \prevented from makInt was 38 EAST ROMANA STREET.
;.lo>e* of 110 Wabash railroad and the I 'I2l.L .. ky.
rq';| ) :Mr. Salomon is a I the fine. C..oet Work and Refinishing Furniture aSpecialtr. i& c' :
: and an enthusiastic base- Ticials: of that system, during which a The defendant !said he would appealthe 101 ':
strike was imminent and, was prevented '
be "
and asked that exceptions
case 'I"+ ri ,
only by a temporary injunction dissolved Phono 4OG. t' Our line of .+ 't' :.
im: was held at the Glenn noted. He was required to give a Alpaca, j ; ; I
on WeunoFday! retraining the three Warm ,. .1 I .
bond and granted .
n Montgomery at :2! p. m. supersedeas A meeting of the Carnival Association I. '
employes from vacating their posl Weather t 1 Serge ; '. # .&:' .
\, and representatives( from days to prepare a motion for a new will be held at the Chamber of ( '
ion, their differencesere finally adjusted would do that. Clothing andSicilian ..i '
}' r.rvwton I'insacola and trial. lIe said he Commerce rooms: on Tuesday exeningat : r' .. ., I,
and the controversy successfully r' is now A I t >. .'
Y ':). 'ry Hire present.: The offlr 8 p. m. for the purpose of electing \\j I ,
r- .' chosenutlio'it! difficulty and satisfactorily settled this AT THE CHURCHES a Board of Directors. A full attend ready. ,. .,' 'I .
evening. : .
An I '
i': !''in it was decided that the ance is desired. I
Officers of the brotherhood repre- d': ; l ;
Assortment an .
: : < committee would meet in WALKER IXCRAHAM, 1" i. I
.. rentirg the employes declare the $et. YESTERDAYFATHER '
on April 1'j: and make public AC2t President. Vests. .
ikmcnt :is satisfactory and is a sweeping .
,"itt-s of games. consisting L.t' \ ..
labor. Th.3 St ; '
victory! for orpr ni7ed yes.
in the later of 'I I .
r a session same place ".
Wabash officials declare) that all differences : 's"
BRUNSEN Crash t .
Correct 1
i -inunication was lain with the Sel } :: ,
with the employes\ have been PREACHED LAST NIGHT. Linen \ j .
- nine. A team from that city want- :' t '
fu.illy tenninatul in ::. satUfactorj Father: Urui'sen. chaplain the ltrour Flannel Quality' } /' ;.t. .
. affiliate'with the league and let constJtutJo \ .. : J "
,i.-tion manner and their future relations with training ship Hartford, preached at needs and and I '
was postponed pending( a the aloendin 1
reply from the Troy, Ala. the! cmploxos: will likely) bo harmoni St. Michael's church last night to a Prop. augbtis, HomeSpun PricesAlways 'i WIt y r 1 :

'os. Tl.e following are the main subject -4. 1
which the league is In coini > large unmber of hearers. The m ;

"i Should), satisfactory arbe |K>ints embraced in the settlement: was "Prayer" and the congregation hIres \, \ Coats and : !t.-

made with Troy the Twelve per cent increase for conductors had many excellent\ ideas thrown Trousers.JOS.. Right 41\I. v _

composed of six clubs, brakemen and baggagemen; in the out to them to think about. Father the \f\Ootbe r .iJ. t i iT G.' -. r

t" will bo taken on the p.issengtr service and fifteen percent Brunson delivered) the: sermon at theinstance A Pact, Sallnn'Jle .rm,IIer:1Ql'8 J'tl. fC4 3f"'.1 M1 *t 1 'f.,1\ r-rj' ..' ,
and b-aVimen in "" I,! 11
for 'b. !
i or Ilrcwton at the of Father McCafferty. The .r''b 50>11 ; j 1

.' )l' dui" committee ina the fro'uht service. abovj) the rates I singing was very good, and the congregation JIo JUtroW m4 It"r .. ; 110/4 I-I "... .,4}I, ", .7 je.:1 J-
': club has deposited) l which evicted on Jammry 1 l'ic'csl) went home feeling haiipx .. '::.s (0" rt I .. 1 : f j ,

rixer. F,,- the firemen )
of $loo pending (fh Mississippi dJJ l' '
ranted on the j' .
increaser \ ore GOOD SINGING WAS I .
f' '
I Canadian! lines in aceord.inevith. tio -- COLEMAN : tl! _
men returned( this: I HEARD LAST NIGHT. t':. : ;
Can'ula Southern ditisicti of the Michigan \ -t
I jubilant with the The Williamson! Sisters Quartette : : .
i Central. (JI1 the liil{'.* in the \ '': "i.of"
!00.1 bast-hall here. of (Columbus Olio rendered! saxeralexcellent :
United States a material) incroas and $: -CLOTHIER,- 11.1! today that he vocal selections at 'bo Presbyterian \ : .
andPALS improvements in the xxork'.ng condi- .m. : '
; rt to secure church yesterday morning
Cons wire granted; to tao: firemen east : 2111 South alafo\\:, ,+tat iio.u-ol.i, riori,la. t. ,9 '
and ('\-('ninlanl at the evening service d '
of the :Mississippi! ) ri\'<'r. 1 }
the choir was. a large one and the IIi .' "t, > E .
: : IT ON. There is an entire revision of tile \;.!: .j. '' If I .
seating capacity: of the dlt'rchas '
ruff! applying to all cl.i.-Fes 4if the ; ;') 1t I .
filled to its Clpacity.liss: laney pre .! ,
T \\ u Enjoy a Pleasure. train sC'niec. This! was the main home i'1 '
sid'Hie at the big: piie; organ: anti rendered :. :; ) '
granted in itsentirety. .
\ a 1 truth i is to pass! of contention and was good music. :Members from various I 1 I'
r'"....di. L ,
clnrchcs heard the evening 1'
,>',Kure after havt All of today Has" occupied in conference singing. : ( N, : If :

: < bo able to se and at G rlock tonight i the I ,) > I ; .

,' A lady of Kay matter was settled.! lx! S o' lock the THE KEARSARGE'S ': .;i 1, 1

in this. She says: papers had !been signed and theCa CHAPLAIN PREACHED 'lJ'.i: I.. r.

bash. wage controversy was: a.l11. : of the Hear- h. jf t i
u-r in passing ain The handsome chaplain r.. --.*. M

others and my large, Uev. W. (!L Isaacs;: occupied } t ,
end.P. the acting Bon Bons and Chocolates. J :
Ashland has "been
I ii Coffee: is found! \V. the pulpit of the Gadsden street Methodist : :'

-1! -\IH'riences that Load of the system Curing th"> absence church last evening, and those rum: 1)CL11HCSl:

.i mg it along to II. Europe of President Ramsey.Mr. who heard. the discourse delivered by :; 1

Ashley said tonight: "The settlement I him were much pleased Ilcv. Isaacsis VV. A. D'ALEMBERTE # jJJ} < ,

:i very distresinqi is entirely sali&fo1'ttry to the : an rxcellen spiritual adviser, well ,

i : Ions been anidieestion. W'i'iash: railroad company except in a fitted to hold the important place on Druggist and Apothecary. 121 South Palafox St. l' }! ,

t Some few nniiniMirlaut l'\:'.il5. but they I, the flagship, and it is tie earnest hope ': tftl' '

of e-nough:: momtnt to cau>ea before t + r :- s1
< f'd I dniiKinu! ; can xxvr not I that he may be heard! aaii' II t

nuugh tea: to pivffhi 'olay in ('omir.;!; to an 3rl'; ( taet. I] the shins take their depart-re. ,.' .. \ -

did not agreea There: i is now no reason why the relations DR. J. i -MOCK: : ;'1"ir.'i; :; ... .J'

friend of mineI betx\o4n theValwsh company Humors; feed on humors-tie soon SOLD BYo.&I.MAYER ; ..! "
han not be perfectlyitarntonioos" : .l \ i' ,1 "l
and its i-inplojes jtt1 ;
vondr 1.
I mixxhat er you get rid of them the betterHood's fi
$ i. ., :
1 -'ain(
1 '!Ling Post u in I Grandmaster John! ,1. Uanrahan, of to take. ,3 DENTIST ; }
"Tho result :
1 try the firemen said tonight: H

tried the Postum of this controversy and sotllenientelevated Try The News Want Column. Next Door to First National Bank. \ JJ\l' j

I is ami nutritious.h I i ''.n"'c un nnn.'i..nhlv,I", ... .....-.... labor worl,11'.i 1 28% S. Palafox Street, Old Armory Building n ;\ j i.
the misine-a:
\I'J.'r) poor, I a higher:: plane) in | ,. CROWN AND BRIDGE I WORK A SPECIALTY.-i': i
ih->t ills '
...fully and, my in thin any other controversy ., :( : 'j :
ircti. I look for- oxer tal.en place betsve. the railroad i iXSACOLA; .t, 1'L.\. f l .jf ,LTs

.'.1 PoMivm Vrcal ort;1nl7.alion1.! I am g'ad: wv''I I"ert' ,* LENTEN SPECIALTIES ,.:t'i....,, t..ti,,. ..', r,,' 1,:, It_

',u hive: lionofittsi able\ to attU| "t our di.'eri'i'Ct! --4. '_" { fl t tt it

i taking ui; I'osi xxithout reporting to forcible mean, -AT- Lumber. I Hudgins' new style label for his 5 to ,i' 4 i. ; .

2x"5! scantling: $5 per thousand. cent cigar will interest you. ,,) }} "
i orderly lady sufrxtnis I .SOL CAHN & GO'S.. Sx3: scantling JO t por thousand. I .r

':u headaches! 1500 SNAPPERS .. Other items in proportion. Call and Y '
I Try Gnnther's Candies atSolomon's. ,
'II.uhh's. She was;: ARRIVED THIS MORNING. see us.M6lmo.. +
iirxmia 1 probation I BLOATED \rKKUEl ,
!t'1 Post tint insl"a.l''I TIe only rod snappers brought to HON I-:, KCODFISH., SOFT-MiF.LL HAn*, -- -- -

'i'I 1 with the result port this morning were on the fishingsnack SI1KKD CODFISH.YAKMOUTH FHH HOE, Good Cypress Shingles, $1.25 per

line almost! entirei Four Friends, which came inearly BLOATED, KlPI'KHKl HK1UMNG thousand. BEEKMAN LUMBER CO. \\Ve1iesKahu{ Company I-4 i
i -' : '; Her doctorI with 1500. A large:: number .

I result an dad visPiMum. vessels, are hunting the fish "schools. And Everything Generally Kept in a First-Cliss Grocery. PHONE J78. Try The News' WANT COLUMN. WHOLESALE AM RETAIL y !

She looks S S GROCERS.Headquarters ,-

r than in 10 years ROLAND M. DAVID

i- yes;:; on to j give; the WAS --- -----
nd Lt '
lit a half a dozen Electrical contractor builder, for ,
II'\ 'of these is a On- many Pensacola friends of Roland will do your electrical work in first-

McDavid will be pleased to learn 1 We uccred In restoring Perfect Bigbt class style and at reasonable rate?. Fancy and Staple Groceries. '' t ,

.' coffee drink- that he has been exonerated for a and Removing Eyestrain because we He can b* found qt 30 fJouth Palafox I f, ? ..
Pll11B I < ..
with the r..5t .
haveequtppedour.eives .'
false street. Phone 203. ,
inn was no ecepi" charge; of obtaining! money tinder Modern Applnncrs wblcb.wltb our ei- I
I and insure FANCY GOODS.
such pertKDO \ ltdge experience .r
\ exhausted his pretenses an affulaxit preferring s eucce;,. ,
i''v benefit.Vhon! having boon procured asrainst: McDa- F ., CONSULTATION: : F11E6: i WEST
1! live no longer a : xid by Dr. :McDonald of Century. ii I '
'i- shift to Postum Da'j,1'a,; subjected to preliminarytrial j -t THEO. BELLAMORE, e i '
Judge McCulloushl; I F .; Cafe du Mode Coffee, Sweet Home '
Poituiung before County
and discharged! \ !W Molasses, Illmi and Climax Flour. ; a
monument to Saturday afternoon Graduate of Par.., (I-'ranee) and Phil i
r"u\>orties of this James R. andrum.. Esq., conducted an adelphia. pf.'tbtie' f>h0t09f.Ja h9' \ Baylels Delicatessen, German-Ameri .i4 f $ ;
secured his can Food Company's Canned i, ?
for McDavid and Meats.
:':.'ned by Postum able case ;
t :043 S. Palafox Street. I ,
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II I Over-Work Weakens ALL OVER THE HOUSE.Uses Trolley \ffun Slvaiu Railroads.

Maritime. Your Kidneys. The number of passengers carried on Curse
American steam railroads Is less today
to Which the Housekeeper May
by over 12.000,000 than it was seven
I Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood. Put Table l Oilcloth.A .
years aso.
Arrived. writer in the Woman's Home OP
On inMurban lines trolleyspeed
Dorotea, Aust ss 1781. Scopinich, All the blood in your body passes through many
Companion that, considering steam speed. On the
three says approaches
Charleston to W. S. Keyser & Ca.Minerva. your kidneys once every minutes.
The kidneys are your the trifling outlay to Login with, Buffalo and Lockport trolley road fifty
hal bk. 933. Chi&sa Cape 2 b'oad' purifiers,they filinpunnesinthetlocd.- hour is the some DRINKCCKEI
& there is nothing to compare with miles an pace over :
1( Town to order. ter out the wastecr ; '+ I sections of it.
"p the table oilcloth as a labor saver.

_ ISinaa Xor bk, 9'9: Hansen East To begin with the kitchen after The General Electric company has
If they are sick or out ,
_ London to order. estimates for machinery to
cf order they fail to do you have covered your work table I prepared In-
# Cleared. ..-I-l their work. with it line each drawer: in the kitchen develop a trolley car speed of seventy-

Cr Vilhelmina.. 1G82. Bone by R. Pains,achesandrheu- five miles an hour. WHITE RIBBON REMEDY
and The next
pantry. day we
M. Itobinson for Grinemouth. with S matism come from excess At that rate an electric train wouldgo
cf uric acid in the are sure you will cover your molding THE : from Xl'York to Frisco in less No fuft Ko odor. (
109,000 s ft lumber, U7:1'J": s ft sawn .an tt : -11
blood, due to neglected board on both sides. Then get the STA1 OF BEALTB than two day votertea or cote rUtiout ptt.<'
3- timber, valued at $26,577. kidney trouble. pretty scalloped kind and use in; If a track were laid around the world White Ribbon Remedy will' cure '"
or d
4 Swed ss Irene, 1199. by \V. L. Wit heart Kidney beats trouble and makes causes quick one feel or as unsteady though Head of paper on your pantry KODOL digests what you eat.] on the eightjfifth parallel of latitude, the IS d,seisd MUether appetite me patient"fur alcohol a ,. ,',':,"IIIa'laD nf-

tich & Co. for Cardiff with 101,000 s they had heart trouble because: the heart is shelves. Oilcloth will make bibs for cleanses a car going at that velocity from east Inebriate. B "tippler," SPCIH! dr n;."*";
bJ ft lumber, 1,329,000:: s ft sawn timber, over-working in pumping thick, ..kidneypoisoned the children and napkins to put nn-t KODOL strengthens and purifies sweetens to west would keep up with Uw earth's drunkard.appetite for IraooMbletornnvon alroblic liquor ar..'.>,?"..w>

valued at $17,19. blood through veins and arteries.It der their plates. link each piece the stomach. rotation and beat Joshua's miracle by i White Ribbon Remedy. "'-"JImiorsrd

:: used: to be considered that only urinary holding the sun In one place all summer.McClure's. by Members
bk Egelirn
; Nor Lady Penyrn73 Put of oilcloth under of Ar
neatly. 7,
troubles were to be traced to the kidneys, squares KODOL cures IndIgestion dys- rI
by Goulding Fertilizer Co. for Little- but now modern science proves that nearly the tablecloth where hot dishesare pepsia. and all stomach -- -- -,. men's Mrs. Cbnstiaa Ioor...pre" saperlnt"ndf. .r ,? \.*
I IVmueranct ,
ton.-with l,2t"j tons superphosphate: in all: constitutional diseases have their beginning placed. If you use an oil heater, and bowel troubles. Cleaning Water Bottles. tura. CallJorma. writesI" ; "r'u.."U. -\'ou'

r1 buM, valued at $l0.I). in kidney trouble. have some boards fastened together, KODOL accelerates' the action of Salt] and vinegar are better for drunkardand% Hue Ribbon tile Kemmly cures on hay\r\, ,,.7tr' '*:';!

_________ Ir ss Mortlake: 1737, Nicolle. by If you are sick you can make no mistakeby cover with dark colored oilcloth and the gastric glands and i I cleaning cloudy decanters and \vaI in many case* the Henicdv s", : '*=-r..
first doctoring your kidneys. The mild gives tone to the digestive organs. cretly. I cheerfully recotnr,. **
Gulf Transit Co. for Tampieo. with and the extraordinary effect cf Dr. Kilmer's place casters underneath. Some i I tfr bottles than tea, potato parings dorse White Ribbon n..mnl'I..' '' *"

_ 4,000 tons coal valued at $9. M)0. Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy: is pieces to place under potted plants: KODOL relieves an overworked I j or carpet tacks., Boiling catchup our ralcal Union trt-atmrnt are tb'Iigt.ttt to aid t(, ,&1 .Df
stomach of all nervous us n .. .
-z Hr ss Earlwood. Hv, Brown. by wonderful soon realized.! cures It of stands the most the distressing highest for cases its when you wWi them on mantel, strain, gives to the heart a full, free I bottles in a kettle of water containing once work." .

Sutherland Innis Co. for Waterford, and: is sold on its merits ano or window ledge are handy Pi-I I and untrammeled action, nourishes a handful of washing soda turns Druggists or by mail SI i i .a*,

;t: 1.S3C.CW s ft sawn tnlJ'r'alu11! atT2C.700. by aU: crugguts in fifty- ,.1....... : ::.:. eave the wood finish. Oilcloth- the nervous svstem and feeds the out bright" clear bottles after they freebywritlURMrs.A. M Tor.seBJ( l'

cent andone.d&Iaraiz : t. ::::,' .; makes neat washstand covers and brain. i 1 are rinsed. For water bottles and years secretary of a Woman's Chr.Sj-

es. You may have a "" _':"' splashers for the boys' room. It KODOL Is the wonderful remedy i| decanters the salt and vinegar treat- ain Temperance Union1. 218 Tremonl

VESSELS IN PORT. sample bottle by mail nome of s.- miRn<*. may be used to cover the back stairs that is making so many went giyes the best results. St, Boston Mass. S'.<1 t I
how find '1
; free also pamphlet telling you to and aUo makes serviceable work I sick people well and weak people i I Hannah Bros., 21 $. I'4liil.. ,.
cut if you have kidney or bladder trouble.) strong by giving to their bodies all of

Steamships.Culsoa Mention this paper when writing Dr. Klnaik ; apror.s or sleeve protectors. Instead : the nourishment that is contained! in .. -

Co., Eir.gharr.tcn N. Y.J of taking down our screen the food they eat. I Yon 0.f
I ( Am. ss 'I.'\ Doyle, New want a good piano tuner to
_* f 4'ct rout make any mistake, but remember doors nest fall get dark green oil- Tour Dealer Can Supply Ton. ; stay in Pen"acola, still you holdback E. W. PEAKE,

York to U. S. Navy.Cairncrag the name. Swamp Hoot. Ir.Kilmer's cloth :and tack on the doors over the Bottles only. S 1.00 SIze holding 2S times I' your order. end it in. I have I -
-1 % Br ss, 1S31.: Gibson. Vcra wire with brass >headed> tacks the trial SIZe.which Jells for SOe. had 20 years' experience and have
: :Swamp Root. and the address No. 30 !South 1'alafox -tr "
| worked in several piano factories. j;, "
I r Cruz to Saihorland-lnnis: Co. PREPARED ONLY 8V rj
Binghamton, N. Y., on every Orders; left at Johnson's; book store call bells, wires and alt ki .j. "t
Durango Span ss. Qaintana 2207, Chop Suey. E. C. DeWITT & CO., CHICAGO "
1 bottle. will be attended to.CHAS.. electrical supplies. hay
_ New haven to Sutherland-Innes Co To make chop suey for six perSons W. PHESSLEY. work. Call : .UI <4(>
your phone ; ,
lt Dorothy, Am ss, 1C2'J:), McDonaldto take one pound of water chestnuts 'l't

U. S. Navy A umpire SuperMKloa two pounds of bean sprouts John Sheppard, Hargis Pharmacy -
; Ester, bwed ss, ICS.j; Hurndahl, Gulf- The prevailing) belief in European which can be procured at any Chi- Sidney Kahn.

: port ta H.: Baars & Co countries was that vampires were the nese vegetable stand. While shop WICKE & CO

Earlwood, L'r ss, 14 SO, Brown, Havana ghosts of suicides or otl'ersho: bad ping buy a quarter's worth of gee fnfornation. ,

,_ '' tt) Sutherland-Innis! Co. died violent deaths and were forced by 'oa Chinese sauce made only in "There is something in this pa-

;- *j Francis, Span ss, Echevarria, the and di-vil feed! to on leave the blood their of graves men and at night women China and which enters into nearly per," said )!r,;. Chugwater, "abouta Plumber Gas and Steam Fitter

1508. Biloxi. to Gulf Traasit Co. and any who died at the hands of all oriental meat dishes. It is a 'real estate pool' and a 'railwa ,

% Greenwich Dr ss, 1803, Cobb, Belize these dreadful creatures also became brown looking liquid with a peculiar pool.' What does that mean? Whatare

'-aj.: to C. C. Mengel Co. vampires. In this way beautiful women flavor and can be purchased of they Y'"They No. & South Palefox Street.

t Katendreeht, Dutch ss. Teensina became vampires and enticed young any Chinese dealer. The water are merely organizations All Kinds oi Plumbing and Gail Fittings Materials Ke; oEE&Ul: :

I -i Vera Cruz to W. S. Keyser & Co. men and fed on their blood and flesh. chestnuts must be shaved thin; adda of business men," replied Mr. Chug-I TKLBPHONRSAMUEL: S 25 .. & e/J.A. VI..A

i p, Inchkeith, Br ss 2419, Major, Boston It was believed that they had power to little sliced celery, one small cnidh vniter. .
_ ,3 assume any shape or form desired between half dozen mushrooms "Then do call them -
to Gulf] Transit Co. chopped, a ; why they
sunset and sunrise and that they ''
A Mortlake, Br ss 17CG. Nicolle, Tam- cut young chicken into small pieces. pools] ?
of their awful deeds at
c pico, to Gulf Transit ('0. midnight: They most were powerless in the Have a kettle with peanut oil (in "That's on account of the water. r r3 CHARLES,

'i'3!S J Maryland Br sa, 1'jlft; Bret-die daytime and were generally in n torpid same; quantity as lard would lIe m their stocks, I uppo e. Women .4 i

Portsmouth to Keyser & CoXith. state. Garlic and wild rosebushes used) ; into this place vegetables tan't uruler.-tand these thin s. Don't BOOT AND SHOE MAKER

Br ss, Sturenhen. ItS:!, were; guards against them, and crucifixes and chicken all together. Let fry lotlu r me."-:Chicago. Tribune. t
feared them. To until tender often to V. REPAIRING NEATLY DONE WHILE YOU WAIT.
;'b' Kingston to Rix :M.: Pobinsoii were : by prevent stirring prevent AFTER LA GRIPPE WHAT?

Irene, siu-d ss, H2.1; Bojessen, suicides from becoming vampires' they burning. Just before taking I 1 $2$ Wholesale and Retail Deiler in Shoes,; Leather Ku dug?.
1 wOre urid.} with a stake driven oil add the IJean which must Unusually a hacking cough and a
:- ; Tarapico to W. \Vittich & Co. sprouts, I'HONK OH. 007 SOUTHJ. P..U.\FOX: HTItEI-T.
through: their hearts, and the straw; not cook too long as they arc letter : general feeling of weakness. often
; ,
it I \Vilhemina. lr! ss, 1G 4' had burned. All the
slept on was
when little more than half done. leading to fatal results after the patient
'f -.1b pico to Ilix M. Uobinsnn. dogs cats in the village were lockedup '
-t 'r Drain oil the liquor, add a little is supposed to Lave passed the
Zanzibar, Br ss, 1: 19. Robinson, for if a dog; or cat jumped over acorpse I E. DUBUISSOX t9 BROTHER
m flour to thicken; salt to taste. Justat danger point. Foley's Honey and .
; I :New Haven to Keyser &: Cu It was sure to berorne the homeof ,
the last add a teaspoonful of the !Tar is guaranted to cure the "grippecouh" -
Tribune.A .
Ships. brown sauce. Tour all over the chop and make you strong and I STKKKTS.
I well. It never fails to stop a cough
,,1 9 Carana, Ital ship.Cosla 14SS Cape : and Hne.-Guod Dealers in
>urrow r.eape For One Man. Kucy, stir together : I if taken in time. Take no substi

% 3 I Town to II. Baars & Co. The importance: of examining closelythe llousi-kecping. tutes. I Choice Staple and Family Groceries

!_ : Am ship Kenn Leck. 19"C: Lane hair found on weapons was shownIn i A
Lamp Chimneys.
Boston to John A. Jlerritt & Co. a case in which a hatchet tuningclotUtl Our Good Received Fresh
Much labor is saved in Daily Thfy are ton many to enumerate,
\ blood and hair adherent to buying
V : Indus, hal ship, Oneta, 1111, Marseilles BEST FOR THE and are Warranted to be the Best the Market Allord and can be
to Rososro Bros.Oildere was produced as evidence against a lamp chimneys by the dozen. Several Relied on. We can Duplicate any Order Given u-t During! the

I )prisoner suspected of murder In a little 1 clean globes] in stock for each Holidays and will Deliver Free to any }'art of the City.
i I Xor ship, Sars, 13CO, Dur.
: '
country town. It was found under his lamp do with the
ban, to ].'. 0. Howe! & Co bed. This, with other circumstantial but once a away week. Use warm suds, BOWELS j COUNTRY ORDERS WILL RECEIVE CAREFUL ATTENTION.

l, ;n4. Saga. Nor ship, liana, 1221, Montevideo evidence, had turned public opinion rinse in clear water and set on the If Ton Invpnt a regular fcealtLr movement of tbe j P.O.Box326.
) to master strongly against the prisoner but when t)0fltf t\rrjr l te the of
shelf. As optnfcn chafe WIG
stove soon as nearly PHONE 55.
I the hair was examined by a micro- dry ltnt thyoteIr III|oi'oni d..HKTOun.. The flnioothfr I
"' u.e boa,.
-f'b Barks. polish.] This is both and satis way 1 '' Fnu1ily G-rooorw.
scopNt who chniKttl to be In the court- easy titaranu clean ui I. take I '

I ;k'.f1 i Adrokat S'hiancrror 1.11lal1.:: rotia it was found not to be human, factors rMincttc Freeman. CANDY -

I <1 T': $ "'3,-, Algoa Bay to order but that of some animal. This circuni- A Great Sensation. CATHARTICEATJEM
stan ce led to a lucre (cnmr-Icte sifting
IaDI: A"Ie.more, Nor bk, Hansen 1043, There was 'a big sensation in Lees- A15 JM A
(If the evsili-we.: ai.d the acvuvxl ws ,
<*sailsl' Ilia Janeiro t:> order It tuni'-il out Lo ha.ILilld ril'o.)! Inil., whonV.. II. Brown of that u rery

4. -r Ital Aniellina: 803, Maniace, Marseilles a (!o: with tie: hatchet: nnd hadcaroi's place who was er.pecled: to die. had! *

ir.ttFfiL to II. Hairs: & Co. >:;' tl.n>\\ n the weapon under his life saved by .r. King's New Dis. (SUCCESSOR:: TO AVERY t WOOLFOLK.i

nric'h'tIlrrame, Ital bk ?y3; :So his life Hti'RilIy Lung ou a I(rou) for consumption. Rewrites "I: IMPORTER ANT JOBBER OF
1 ',n',
t Tassino, Genoa;( to S. S. L. C'o endured insufferable agonies frollsth.m '

; it Carlo I'. It'.l l bk. Buffo 1C73, Mon- 1',1' .\ but )your Now Discovery gave LIKE CANDY.. HARDWARE.
'' I.ITe !i Sr..nnnu. I plea-int. PalatM.lo. Toti-nt. Ta"t r.ooil, PoOoodSever
IL.If? : tt\iileo! to order me immediate relief an I soon thereafter ( McLcn WnLrn. .1' (.nw. lit,&. ant M renlt
II.T.' in the iorthwt encounters
t' (; oria Ital bk Olivari S47, Ten- .. Ailr<. t'3suiiMir. Iron, Nails, Axes Hhov 1 I.,. Mill and Kteambuat
n' t.t! living: r ;,r-., .:.*;.t"n: < f the strenuous effected a complete cure. Sinubr iitiiir rnirivr run& .O or ftw TUKE. .tw
ic' eriff to order 1 life.; II-rt- ni"ii work tojj' ia a cures of Consumption, l'ne'lmonia, Supplies, Cooking and He.i'i p Stoves, Paint, Oils
KEEP Window OIa?s. (luna, I'i-it.. and Fishing Tackle.
% f Lady 1'er.rhyn, Nor bk, Andersen, r.Tr tjr.Usowaw.ere ('I>C'. Tie east Bronchitis and Grip are numerous. YOjjBBLqBOjCLHj

'' 'l-t: \'aanah to order i is lJ -uh'! r. evi-ry UJ.-MI fur Lim elf. The It's the peerless "crr.edy for all throat Agate anil Tinware ana Ibll ernrnis1till Goods.ffiTAOENSFOR .
r iorthvI. i'.tH-J the wliul1.1vet.. lusU.riiiil I
'tk 4. Mary A. Troop Br bl:. 11 IS, \Valey Mid lung troubles. Pree o'tc' and $1 CHOICESTOF BIRMINGHAM ROLLING MILL COM PAN Y"U1
tliealue! of co-openitluu anti
4. E Santos to order. Guaranteed by W. A. D'Alomberte. Revere Giant Ktitched Belting, Northampton Emery
coi.iLiit.v int'-:'et. Mij.ratin,: to anew I -
I (fJ holt Nor bk Torgensen.! 1170, Cette with ill.Ticulties; and tlaiiS Druggist, 121:: S. ru'-i;.-x street. Trial Wheel Co., L fUn & Rind Powder Co., Johnson's Kilsomiue -

j -, I to Master. S:;,- c 0:1 u-every: li-id. the people Lave bottles free. I f FRUIT ANDCOIFECTIONER ij f i Coups ,&;Iron Co.Km'!! Riw and Hide Buck Stoves Lace Leather and Rin, Masury'a p", Wm

Thomas Ital bk, I.inro, S09, Naplesto L{"-':. f. n-tt1. to ubine and stand with I II .i Made Railroad Colors.

master: !;..I.I; front to the uorld. As a result Don't think lors of jour system than I '
I : Masonic Temple si Pensacola \ \
have .
; Schooners. iuuuiui'Rihlo organizutiohs; sprungup you doofyou house. Giveita thorough -AT-

. linviif: ..r tLcir 1'\1111'1"1' the :HI."aal"'Ul'ut too. Take Hood's i -5
I Hun Chri tna! Am sch 1GJ; Axel- ef soue coinniunity Inter Sarsaparil- C. APOSTLE'S I Ii i

.I son Coatzaeoalcos to order., est.-Hay Stannanl Baker in Ceutury.No n. __ Ii i TIME TABLE.

41 Mabol Darling, Br sch.\ Sweeting I U East Government St. I

? Dunmore Town to master I IioH'rnor ('1101 v For Alarm. BEAUTIFUL WRITINGPAPERREASONABLY. ,
_ 1 M ( 111\1,,,. Dr sch. -, Grand "Ah." sUhoa Mr. ienii-ck. "it'a a For erly Cordova Restaurant 8taL I RAILROAD.IN
pity the! way i.i.t great men's sons 1.1801PENSACOLA
'j Cayman, to Jno. A. Merritt & Co One car-load of Pineapples at 11.71
t\\lll out. It's only: III rare cases that .
; B. Reynold! Am sob, :S31: i to $2.00 ptr dozen. J, New Orleans and Mobile.
I tluy iinmunt to inytiing.
AidcTson. I.: Guayra to order. Time was when
? "that Papyrus
1 hope! the lady returned or Paper

I Richard A. P.incham f:9, Merritt, you are not worrying; about our child was an expensive luxury. No,8. to4. So!. No,'. !mo.1. ;o I.
7:1: a il5m 11:05 J.t'n8PeoaacollArrlve
p r.fJO
NEW SOHEDULE. : a 4:10): 8:00: D
Belizl' to C. C. Mengel & Bros in this diou.-CIJcago Ueoord- Only the very wealthy could afford 85) I 2:27 p 1:1J a Leave.... Ylom&ton_ L.&ve 25: a IWI; p p 1.Ie: P
-r herald 11:00 a C:1'J p %:56 a Lf'ave...... Mobile ___ L\&ve n.. n', iis D DOG J
to write letters in those ... __ _" :! 1WI" .. _
days. OF i -_ n : Iip 1. & .Np "rlpao8 brave !I rs; P 7:2i a ...::.
See Hudgins new label. Now the cost of production .has
Out of l'la..e.
A sentry, an Irishman was on post been figured so low that almost any STEAMER CAPTAIN FRITZ, I North.

\s Coul nnd the-iudau..a duty for the first time at night; when one can afford Pretty Paper. J. N.* ROGERS, Manager. .
r i! | No. I. I No. C. No 1 too. S.
I;Is In a remarkable speech! delhentl the the officer of the day approached. Take for instance, our 25c boxes I 11:05 pm I Itlli pm Leave PencoIa ...Arrive COO p m 61.) Sm

- : if 4 other ljy at Khartum Lord Cromoriuad : He called, "Wlio conies there Vie have a dozen styles to select : Leave Fre'>port Mondiy and 8:15am I 8:67pm ArriVe.. Montgomery ...Leay, lJlliam 9:15 p is
Thursday mornin 11Ii am 8Jtjpm "rrlT8til mID bam _Le&ye 8J13am ':1J6plD
.>tfieer of the the I
< day, was reply.
-ik <> some striUins observations n-;< to from. I 1'Jeipm 8:10& m ArrIVII.oi&lnvlt1e _,_ .
' 4J the future of the upper lhan. On "Then what are yez doin' out atright" Arrive at Pensacola Monday and Siam a m I 8:13 a m Arrive ....Loul.vIHe _Leavp ':15 p m I.- I III
iiq Rough paper or smooth paper, ruled Thursday night. 7Olm::! l1Ua m ArrlvClncIDDatlLeavlI
London 8oopm l1Uplll
I J r great obstruction to thc tu-velopineut : asked sentry.- paper;: or unruled paper, whit papercr Leave Pensacola Tuesday: and 7:20am 1:3> p m ArrlvI! ._ .."'t. IAIlII .......Leave 4aspm $;!.I5J11-
1 of D-ryptian industry, lie said, was the I'un. Friday night.

: Jiijjh price of i-oal. At Khartum it was colored paper. Arrive at Freeport Wednesdayand I AND RIVER JUNCTION. _

r"l"nt1yn::; a ton. lie added however, Crucial Tf'SC. And every one of them a paper !Saturday morning .
No. 21-Daily No No where
A great struggle arises In a woman'smInd I-Dalll1 stop time not IboWD So. J-Valll No. 2-FI'P
that will lend correct tone
that he had recently heard that there a to almost
it r of finding good coal when she is asked what her new kind of 11:1\6 pm ':00 a..m Lenel'eDlacola.Arrtve 10M pm' ftjJj pm.
was :!TI'ltrn I.'Ct any correspondence.Of .
gown eot. She is always In doubt MEN AND WOMEN 1:1 nigba t ':11 lIobemla_ 10rr" I ':'iI
south of Khartum. "Such a discovery course, we have .lower-priced 'I- UjO" ':18" Ynleltra..___ .. 10:" II 8:01"
whether to cut the price in half and tREe CM Big 6 for unnatural i5:% II 7:18 _Xlcambla_ II 10n II IM "
than the
would Nof greater value and there beau ful I 0.5 4.,,. diacbargefl.inflanimatioDf. 1:1:86" II C I
make you envy her the bargain or double papers are some G..r&.I.4 trrtlationt nlccraiioni : : ':211 Mola' II 10:21" 6:66'
fiflilui2 of gold! for It would materially .ti.aMtSN. of mucous or membraon.PainlM 12:11II": ':28" ___ Harp __ It ion II I lie .
alter the w hole i>roblem vt the develop- it and, make you envy her affluence. high-priced boxes at 10c .that .will Pv..I.C..l.4,.. *. sod not utringtit 1:110: It T5: It _G'IIC1tl_ It 10:16" I 5fl: "
Spare Moments.The please the most fastidious .corres EvMsclImlcAt. or VOINBOIII.. 1258"; ':Ii" II Milton 10:10" I 61) "
IDl'ut of the Sudan. fJLIIATI.O Isid b DruggIsts.t.s.a. I:" am. __ 'I _Good Ran18 II _. II cM "
pondent. or Not In pleiS lfIIi" 1116"; H _.....Ho1ti.. __ eu II cI!!& '
Lnekr aTblt's byuprees.iirepsd.fur 1:111" 8:10": 1I1IIIIgan __ ':10 It cll":
The licit Endowed Chair.Sir All the latest shades and shapes of II ..
I 00. or 1 bottl K 7i. 1:11. 11:18 ._...Crl"ltvlew.. IJJ II 4:00"
'-.- Jones' daughter with him. Circular 1:00 II I'!! II II .....
1 William Turner who baa beencKited writing at wot on no.iut DeerLaud ,, U 11:60" 1M :
principal of the! Uni\ersity of She's just about to lie marrioo.ItWho's paper 1:21 9:15. .It. Mossy head II ltO" II .
.DeYuntskSpiig. 1:18" 2tl:
Ediuburpn, rKrnpied ror tbirty-slx the lucky man? IJ ENNYROAL PILLS .:18 .:" .. s _._ Argyle_ 'I ,:44 '.11..
\.Jones. ctO 8:61' -Ponce dl Leon. ':28" '
years the chair of anatomy known as J. M. CUE'S. IJ th.411a sad O..iy Oe.i., 1:00 10:10' U ___Weltvl1I_-_ I ':11" IM:11..
the first chair of the empire. It is thl' ) SAFE. AtIWlthI 1'08 l 'I 10:11' U __ CafTTllle_ U 7:11" 1tt "
l'n.ow.'tlln Great Britain If not in After roes and los es men grow ,' 4 I'r ICtP CtlltHt.TEK'sn4 ...1. lIIOtOJie, t:.LlsU,.. 1.11 I. 10:80' U ...........BonUal_ 166" I 1:21: ',
1> ( I'
-.0 1:00 "
tib....nObo. 1 ........ 10c1" __ChlpI81_ IT II 154
the world, being worth III,." l) a year.Practically humbler and wiser.Tranklin. rt'......_ .....u....... ... R.r lal". fftjJj 11:0'7" '. __CoUoDdaI8...... 1:111" I UIJI SCO f
all the F.ritKh Canadian ........ ft.,0' ,'.. ""UI.L or.s!.. to ,:00 11:25 _Marlallna 1:00 II UC'!
203 South Palafox Street, ;j .e f'.rIJoo.J._.T-e..l.I. ':110" 11:45 II U 6JJ1" U4
"C and Australian teachers of anatomy Originality Is simply: a pair of fresh "'\ '" f7 'U4" 00,0'.'. ...I "' .......b, Ps ':CO" 11:61" ....Gr&nd Cypress Rldge ..... 6P.2" un 1,11I
-. fcave sat under Sir William Turner. I eI's.-llinson.!; PENSACOLA, Fla. -1-.1 :r : (ki.-h.; .,;; ,::.: 4..i..oi.I :' '::is'' U:06 110':111: '' _._ $nes4s> 6jl ,. 1011
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( klanr People In England (';ta'C JU- Are Being Made Daily Free of Charge '
Knew When and How Columiw
ford to Stilt Their Frl..b.1n .
Came Ashore at Nassau. The man who insures Us life Is by the Red Cross Physicians Who

stubborn cold in the head wise for his family. these lavish times "tlpplahas Are Located at 111 West Chase ,
beJinsth a inflammation or sore- Down in Nassau, Xew Providence, advanced like most other forms of personal '
caiaJe membrane or lining; of'the nose, discharge mucus matter, that quaint town which favored The man who insures his healthIs expenditures, and it' has now Street-Services for Three Months
neuralgia;: and difficult breathing, and even in this early stage Americans wise both Are Given Free to All Invalids Who I-
.-'aches visit in the winter for his family and reached such a height that many poole
ir.t 1traLle. But when the filthy secretions begin to drop back Call Upon Them Before April 21. ,
:vost months, there stands a statue of Co- himself. ) cannot afford to risitoneir frleudi:

j Sa:'')"the throat and. ted stomach, and the blood becomes polluted and the umbus. It isn't much of a statue, You may insure health by guarding Even the footman and the chambermaid A Btal of eminent physicians and 'm

J ,'teO Cf.ntamma | I had a continual headache, my cheek had grown being> after the swashbuckler orderof it. It is worth now expect their hands to be surgeons from the Red Cross Medical
'v; the catarrhal pOlSpurple, my note wa. alway. stopped up, my breath architecture but guarding. crossed with gold, aud for a week end Institute have at the urgent solicitation
.. the! sufferernceusantty. and disgusting odor, and I coughed anyway serves At the first attack of disease who des wish\ be
;. then I heard ot 8.8. S. and commenced to use to remind visitors to the Bahamas visit a man not to of a large number of patients under
fcissto: realize; what a lt and after taking several bottle. I was cured and which generally approaches considered mean by the servants hall their care in this country established -
sicken- gave never since had the slightest .ymptom of the that its original first landed on an branch of the In m
b.stng. through the LIVER and manifests will have scarcely anything left out of a permanent
!/:disease Catarrh is. Northwest Cor. 7th and Felix St., Bt Joseph, ko.fVeC" island in that chain. Being the only itself in Innumerable a ten pound note. stitute in this city at 111 West Chase 4 F'

tle! kidneys tatue of account in the i island! it ii ways There Is a story told of a young vloInist street. nt, 4: :

stomach as well as other parts of the body. It is a constitutional known of all men and is of special TAKE -_ since become famous, who was The eminent gentlemen have decided i'

c.1, ar.'l' as inhaling mixtures, salves, ointments, etc., are never more importance in the of the negroes Invited to stay a few days at a certain to give their services entirely free
eyes for three months medicine excepted), '
[ ;':ath'e or helpful, even in the beginning of Catarrh, what can ducal mansion with a view of course to ( ;
:I .
who it with I.treatment
:;- point to pride to all in;alids wto call upon them for )
tkI'.ert front such treatment when it becomes chronic and the whole J.utl's PillsAnd the entertainment of his fellow guests.As and 21st.
between April
and date now
;f'1....:e1 affted: ? Only such a remedy as S. S. S. can reach this obstinate from occurrences the time of its relatively erection.recent he was ignorant of our social cu,.- These services consist not only of con.sult&tloM. f.
: deep-seated disease and purge the blood of the ictus the fact that his purse contained examination and advice but t

catarrhal poison. S. S. S. purifies and builds up the The knowledge of historical events little more than his return fare did not also of minor surgical operations. The

diseased blood, and the inflamed membranes are displayed by the "man and brother"is save your health. deter him from accepting the invitation object in pursuing this course is to !-
8.J 8J healed and the excessive secretion of mucus ceases pretty accurately indicated in the and when he incidentally discovered become rapidly and personally acquainted '

when new, rich blood is coming to the diseased tale they tell in Nassau respecting American time Signal toe' UNto what was expected of him at leav- with the sick and afflicted 'ij

.,-.$ ssl a permanent cure is the result. the occasion a few that English scientific journals freely ad- lug he was at his wits' end. and under no conditions will any
l- s s. S. is guaranteed purely vegetable and a reliable remedy for Columbus appeared, years in court.ago, The mit that the new system of telegraphictime ] That day he was absent from lunch, charge whatever be made for any ser .

ratri ;:5 for the defense The
lawyer attemptingto all who call before April
naval in Is
&Z-: observatory Washington with his violin and" that he had
: THE SWIFT SPECIFIC wrong all forms of diseases anil .I..
y"l CO. ATLANTA doctors treat
GA. impeach the veracity of plaintiff'switness
much to be preferred to that in use at gone to the nearest town which was in I
deformities and guarantee a cure
;; --- an old colored man of Greenwich for supplying Great Britain len miles away, to have the iustru- .. undertake. At tho .' I
every case .ley
V \.r""o..n -"... (., :,.,!..',mrdf -. / ODevery doubtful antecedents, asked: with standard time. At Greenwich a men repaired. As a matter of fact he first interview a thorough examinationis 1

L': ; ;;1:'... box. 25c "So you say you've) lived here single signal:: sent out at noon whereas walked twenty miles to pawn the vio- made. and. if mctirab'.e! you are '

many years ?" at Washington a series of signalsis in and with! the proceeds satisfied the frankly: told so; also advised against

"Yi:" boss, I has." used beginning five minutes before domestic! cormorants. !'s'pcndin money for useless treatment '
A LESSON IN HEALTH. I Cdl)"'s Ralr.Every '
"Then I remember noon. During these five minutes every I may add that one imbk'man las Male and female weakness, catarrh t
: mother likes to her baby suppose you '
sec :
\s filter the Imp'lri. landed tick of the observatory clock is electrically made a determined! effort to put down and c.itarrhal deafness; also vanocele, .
with curly hair, and if it is not naturally clearly when Columbus
transmitted goitre, cancer and all diseases
the rupture
d, and unless they except twenty. tipping; in his house, and visitors to .
:' I it can be made to so with here: the positively ,
I so grow ninth second of each minute the last Tring will find the following; intimation of reetum are i
ith! Is impossible. n-rllittle care. The baby's hair should "Oh, vis, boss, I does 'memberdat five seconds of the first four minutes from Lord ltotb.schild in every cur!'d by their new treatment. '
('iro makes sound of course bo washed and brushed every Their chief associate surgeon of the
r 'btinckly. and the last ten seconds of the fifth room:
instituteill lip in personal charge.
1 i I jioaiilvely cure all morning but when the brushing Is "Oh, you do ?'' minute. After this final ton seconds' "My servants are under instructions; Chase
Offices 111 i
.. and bladder disease.I : : "Yi;;, sali ; sattenly, bos. accept Office hours, 9 a. m. to 7 p. m.: Sun '., 1: fi
,. ''!!I". vi hole system.V..I with the tips of the fingers rub the "That will do honor. ThisWitll5S' manner the middle of each minute Is that: any one of them dNropirdt-d ,1asOto1. ,'Iii: ,
your .
Lead in little circles from right! to left i
I 121 South Palafox : defective clearly indicated, aud yet more clearlythe my iu-.tUftions !11 or she shall be In- -
.' all over the scalp. This twists the hair memory evidently instant of noun. The length of the stantly di..mb.'t.l-jllday. I CREX GRASS FURNITURE, FOR '. ::
at the roots and produces the much desired and I claim verdict for my series facilitates the regulation of '

.\ 1,11.11,inlrr,| Cure lor I'llM! The jut! 'e Fcemed inclined that clocks. Jfudgin's, tKe {Best Jcr c. AT MARSTON &. QUINA'S. t :':

way, too, when the plaintiff's lawyer The Original of Jekyll and Hyde. -
> '1. r.lvpdlng Protruding For Over Suty: Veara.
will refund lour interposed: "Wait a moment, Charles II. E. ISrooUield says he was "
1. druiuisi J. A- VAN PELT. J C. VAN PELT
/ i U1NIMKNT falls to cur gentlemen. Perhaps my witness is in Stevenson's: company at the\ moment t'lr'
: be used for by million I or
!n over sixty years
1. mothers for their children while teething, not FO far wrong after all. Now, Jekyll when the and germ Mr. Hyde"of the\ was idea conceived.of "Dr. VAN PELT BROTHERS;" ; ; ;

with perfect success. It soothes the child. Tuffie, tell us when _*.5 it you saw ,
Stevenson was inveighing against a .1 "
softens the gamsallays paincures wind Columbus land and how did he come
r"iPARKER'S and is the best for Diarrhoea.It man with whom he had done business
oollc remedy :
HAIR BALSAM will relieve the poor little sufferer Im ashore ? and with whose tuethods he was dis
g'vle t'eirj.i aul brint fci the har.t "\r ell boss I t'ink 'twas 'bout STAPItE AND WGY GROCERS. :}
L. lniui. it RTu th. mediately. Sold by Druggists every part : satisfied. The man's name was Samuel

wi ,S Never llur to Full Youthful to Hcs'ore Color.Cura Or .j of the world. Twenty-flve cents a bottle twenty year ago) an' C'lumbus he Creggan or something like it.IIII' is a
d *& ti& h Be sure Mk for"M rs.Winslow's Booth.ngSyrnp. "
rp you come aiio' in de big boxes! -New man who trades en the Samuel, Stevenson
) .' and take no other kind. I York Times. declared in his rather finicky. FRESH LINES OF DELICACIES RECEIVED DAILY AND DELIVERED r1'- 1

musical Scot's voice. "lIe receives you ANY PART OF THE CIT. :. 'J

KiM: or Cure. with Samuel's smile on his face, with '
Have Added to Stock a Complete Assortment of Anti-Rust Tinware. Posit )'"
D. HALE WILSON CornMi the gesture of Samuel he invites you "
In fishing village amiserly
a Into a chair, with !Samuel's:: eyes cast tively Guaranteed Not to Rust. This is Something! that Housekeepers J
wife fell ill and
old fellow's ,
down in self deprecation he tells you have not had the Opportunity to Purchase Before. j ,\ "1
Real! Estate and Rental he called in a doctor."I how well satisfied Us clients have always :r
Agent ,
am willing) he said, "to pay been with his dealings, but every PELT BROTHERS '

you liberally for your services. Do. now and then you catch a glimpse of VAN 'WJ:

ltf South Talafov Street, what you can for my poor wife the Creggan peeping out like a white '

TELEPHONE r O. 243. PENSACOLA, FLORIDA Here is !3 ready for you, kill or forrot. CratKiiii'B the real waD; Samu TELEPHONE NO. 231 'IC..'i ,,< 3J EAST GARDEN ST. iQ'ttt :,
cure." I el's only supcrlidal." ,

The woman died, and the doctor I MmiUiii \\ut..r. Doors and gWindow ': :
(Classified Advertisements. 'i
asked for his
money. Fresh water stindii.g: In a pitcher or 'tll "
'Doctor," said the bereaved one, washU.'Hl absorbs the odors nr.
".Ii!! you kill mv wife?'' air uf n sickroom and is In this way a Screens ii i

ONE CENT A WORD.MONtY -Groat Scott No. I did all I I'.vgu'iiie measure. Rut: water that has \ \ ">v, :
--- could to sue her." thus stood f-lumld not be used for any : \\\\\\ HAVE YOUTHOUOIITOP :J t

LOAN'' ..... ...LOST.IATl.adk's' .... 'Did> von cure her?" demanded purpose.' Nor Miould water which has ; THE PROTECTION AND I f'f'j; j U'If
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E TO StOOd nil night lu. a room be used for:
I'urse: between XewOrleans the hiisljan1.Q: 'i COMFORT THEY AFFORD? f J
*'\ the died in of all drinking._ _ _ : :
Grocery Store and F. 11I'rawiiT's. ; spite my
p. :table terms and The opening at Jacoby's tomorrow .
w.: Said rocket liook containing skill. Get Prices Now. ( .
: .\ liULLARD.: between sixty-nine and sev "Then" said the miser, "I don'tsee will be largely attended and iwettys'uvenirs I '

!r -fox rp-Stuir enty-five dollars; also bill from Marston what you arc bothering; me will be presented to every
'. and the choicest grocerieswill II. G. DeSilva ft Co.Tolcjolaorio
J V \\'olanl f'f. Kill on(
& Finch. Handsome rewardto about. Our contract was 13: or .

----- finder. MRS. E. 11. SIMPSON. cure, and 0:1 your own admission: be shown. tl; .

(MONEY TO LOAN 'are .'. II:: lira\vner l'i;;; s. I'alafox you have done neither."-London I 11. !
St. AC-tf. arJ. Ifie! 5c.Tht'2 -
.iindnq's, rsor
0T:: : '<.nnr e3on;;, '
!f." .h oU"'r kinds of Coat. '
The Coonskin -- t11'
i ; V. r.ii-iuei-s priw .. WANTED. The Star :
'--- ---- --'- Ontario is being depopulated by Laundry
-: : "Cs jiaranteetl. WAXTKD-Orsanizers for an established ,
::" !I' '. .-,t. A. A. Fi-her. the: annual proc('- ion of gentlemenfrom g iv\ t & :

2til tfMo.V Fraternal Insurance Company the west in coonskin coats Biggest Busiest Best ; I

with latest plans and business livery old friend is able to make a ,

i 1.1 l.o.\N-\V. H. Mt-ri methods. Laige salaries paid
near: at the cash value of the INSURANCE ;
guess .
1'1' 1 ,U'Hit. Minify to .
good men. Write for full particu1'irs. : 1:1:
clothes which the western pioneer
I I. i- f. i- : 'ii.l! rate of interest AM)
1 I. i -. i un\". Ollice 112 and : THE UNITED AMERICANS, carried away from the Ontario village j.

i.i >. i in u-.ii.i-treet. Warder Bldg., Washington, D. C. which he still calls home. REAL ESTATE, They Speak lj

}1O\U' 10 l.i.M: on unproved March.. 2SoaIn The public spectacle of the coonskin No. South Palafox Street. .

r' '' -" ie in I.tre or small -- -- coat and the public recollectionof
WANTED-At once an Al at Partial list of dwellings for rent in .
'-'I i s u i"r"te of interest. presser
the cast off clothing in which the forteelvesW.!
I'i:: E Itrooks, attorney :\ Selix's: tailor shop 9 West In.t'n.enda started from various parts of the city: :; )
at 'w .. :-\. iviafux St., Fisher returned prodigal away and Cervantes
street. m31-tf.
$:30.-Corner Raylen .
l": Ontario combine in an eloquent testimonial .
_' 3mlm We let the Shirts, Collars
street. 2 story modern dwelling
}IOHTIIO.> WANTED 6 YOUNG MEN from to the prosperity giving and Cuffs we Launder Fpeak for ; tfI\)
I \Y-lJt you i.eed with 9 rooms.
!:. : V t borrow K-icanibia County at once to prepare qualities of life in the west. themselves. They will talk louder ; 'f;
can 2
any street story
Barcelona ,
f for Positions in the Govern. coonskin coat is the orifhimb $23.; North I > t
The be :
II: : I \\'.nit today on easiestte' : .Lal. we can. We want to judged .
:. ment Service. Apply to of the western movement. The vis- dwelling with 12 rooms. All \
> wi rates anywhere more oy the work we do than by ,' r
',' ', real Inter-Htate Co'rre*. In,;t. of modern convenience bath on 71
unjTo\eJ city itor from the wet in his garb
what we say.
: VY'M. Fishtr rt. Cedar Ilapida, la. lot, nice jJ
"' '. : 211.IJz lu-tl d&wlinWANTED prosperity stirs the soul of Ontario'shome : upper floors corner _ _ :: ; *J
Jv" with wild yard and shrubbery, stables 'f
I - -- -- ----- ---- staying youth a am-

IF v"y.' ..! w ;" b..rrllw money, in- bottles. -S.All A. kinds Knedman.; of empty n9-tl beer bition to go west and grOup into outhouses, etc. ALL WORK c. o. D, Gocils CalM lor aid Cbliifired Free ;q ;t.

.- i.-i- your property the grandeur of similar garments.- $10.-Corner Baylen and Cevantea

i i' -" "-t. of title, buy or For lU-lil. Toronto Telegram. dwelling with 8 rooms. TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST. -
&r ---
i rent property
i h. :n i t. hive rents col-l FOR RJ. XT-In opera home) build. $23.: ; North Palafox street; a nice one

1 1.1 t t ixi-s attended to, idg on ground hour, one tfr:1 nd To Stand an Egg on End. story modem dwelling with WALKER INGRAHAH, Manager. >

\Vat.-on othce on Feconu floor, three cilice that others cracked all modern f !
Tlnw. C. ; We believe hard wood floors .
I -- _ _
; =
.l To' and In-urance feh'Xl -
'. eggs before Columbus, as they have conveniences. I '
4. '
:. .. >.l.i, Kla. Charges NICELY furnished rooms with bath, and stood them on end, too, 122.50.-;310 West Gregory street; 2
who I
'vi buys
'\ will TV-one lend n.oney $1.30 and ?2.00 week; with good but as there is another way of balancing story dwelling with 7 rooms. ID ROYAL ST4MJKDS WmSKEY ,: ti

_t \ iiil, hou_. t!. SltlI board $;.oI) week; central location an egg without resorting to J20( ,-210 Xorth Barcelona! street 2 f".j\ V

I H :> t - 26 South Spring street between such unfair means we submit this story dwelling with S rooms. Years Old, in Cases sf f 4 Full Quarts, at 53.20 psr cut \ .. !:

F' '. ', ;;;;.- \\ 'st Koinana and Garden streets. explanation as probably the true I $13.; -Ull: West Garden street; 5 room I ,f l(
of K Owner
: Transient elicited. mlMm.: one of Columbus' feat "if a fre>hly :
liy railing at this cottage. WHISKEY distilled at the Nelson Co. \. .
.. .'.,- I'r\II) .'rly and "ay.1! t'OK p-L.i. ,;. I. laid hen's egg: be violently shaken $13.; -:313 North Spring street; I 6) room THIS., Di-tlllery, and i H fully matured in wood 'Jiti!

i'-.'. MTtf FOR -SALE-fbe ----- to as to thoroughly mix the yolk house with gas, water, etc. before bottling u i is absolutely] pure and not excelled : e ,

f .. ------ most de"irable' and white and fracture the C in quality by any WhNkfy of the same age ,:1' !i
'./ .I bull TorriorU ; lots in the city on 'a.y terms, by : a $12.50.-417 East Gregory street, _ Standard .
where The Royal
no matter produced. '
-: Call P. M. tI:8! FfcLer Heal Estate air sack and allow the contained dwelling. "
u on 2
Agency, room ; ;
i? eizhtyears old when bottled, and, considering! \,
:r union and TalaIw 2Lt.Pj South Palafox. IS.l1m air to rise, it is simply a questionof J12.30.-EOG East Gadsden street 5 its excellent quality H the cheapest whiskey In : 1- .l ,
-- .
: manual dexterity, within the As and as .
FOR SALE CHEAP.-Roll top desk, room cottage. the market at that price. a beverage
-II" .. -- "- new. Leslie U. Brooks, Fisher Build roach of all, to balance an egg; without $11.-Cll East Belmont street, 5 room an absolutely pure stimulant, there is none better '-. .:.J..:
:ir.llm; Holme.HorsK no marks whatever to r,
in containing
-- it & Shipped cases .
---- ins. ;;mlm. cracking on a perfectly 'I ,
cottage. indicate contents. If purchaser, upon examining. .
'AliX:'! !. (. : at Wneelei FOR :SALE:: at a bargain-The three smooth surface. $11.-7f>0 East Belmont street 5 the whiskey, is not satisfied with the quality he 'I'

c;, ::, :. :Miry! I-:-ther, Fla.. Mrs. room house, new, and lot 43; feet rooms. can return the tame at our expense and money ., ,
; !'I'r"i'ri..tre. All the SPRING FEVERS. will be refunded. : : t}ffAll
::.; .. front, by 146 feet 6 inches located adentia street 6
t. r: : '''ime at deep, J12. 119 East Int either ;!
t- ,.. very reinona: During the cold winter months the orders should be accompanied by "t
fl'l ; N"rthern tourists will at southeast corner Gregoryand room cottage: cor/ency, postoffice money order, bank draft Clr eJ- '.

:". ,. 11.: :'deal pUce to spend a "B" street. Enquire on premIses system is full of snap and vigor, outapproach 10.-Comer Baylen and Cervantes j.e' press money order. We refer to First National '. ;
2:1:: : 'jo> -.a.1n. 12nlm in Pensacola. .1" i.
Bank merchant
122: II street. : of wm weather produces a streets 4 room cottage. J. or any

'_ H' :\IOt:_ $ 2Cmlw change in the body-a reaction sets $10.-136:: East Chase street, 5 room :

B.LI S. l I'i I 1 v \III'N I), the taUor." "; ha4: re1 311,,(' 'llan - v 4 1 t.'t i I - - street, 4 room ,
.:. Goveruinftit - become sluggish and allow an accumulation $ 9.-910 East LaRua
l'''-ite Kxpre.-s rflicr.: H. ALFMAX, umbrtll: maker 315 of waste mater. The cottage.A SOLS PROPRIETOR. PEXSACOLA, FLA. ,
.t't- i r.-i.irfd tt> clein.rei -' South Palafox street. R3-cover / '4
'. ,,' inland umbrellas and stomach becomes weak and digestion large list of smaller dwellings, as t'.
: llilt. and tr''nUe1 I repairing P. O. BOX 418. TKLKPHONK ; r
.: III ..;!... 16j:1 nI purasoU u "p c'a'ty. Silk cover impaired. well as a number of stores and offices 11lSKi ,

always on han-J. j JJn 3 will tone the for rent. -. l ;
4. -- _. HEPATICURA up I '
-- ,
-. : Dresses made from $1.50 Other liur and bm..elemove! the accumulation -I THOS. C.: WATSON & CO.. 41 a.Arro *
'T- .
:: \ ----: up. _. _' r.I handle every class of Liquors sold, In ; f 1
Ki'i; E- "' "I1I..c'Ii sewing as reasonable, 26: South cf waste!: matter and you Leading Real Estate, Rental and I f j ii_- hulk or bottle. wholesale or retail, at prices that .";,

I 'I Hair (,o.d.*, I Spring between West Romana and wiil feel bright and cheerful. Sold by Insurance Agents, 1 South Palafos: firle.s Ha-r Oil, '" \,
__ .'"t>rnI'l10n'II'POO' Garden streets. m9-lm I all druggists. street. "- AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST SHILl


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ttf charge. Eash guest will be expectedto .
_-f A Boy with Backbone have fifty cents as their card.

t' j
Captain Emory entertained aboard 6 n
When a boy or girl aeka hU marrted slaters, the Indiana at a most elegant dinner 3
cousins and aunts to Mrs him the 'see-
tlons" from "GOOD LCCK" Baking Powder Saturday
k cans and finds any one of them Isn't using -
"GOOD LUCK." he should loafer upon her tryIng The Library Asociation meets to- All Tetley's Teas are Two hundred CUP! tf tea to
It at one*,and tell her that it bas a larger morrow auernoon, April 7th at 5 the pound. And each delicaterefreshment
tale In the South than all other Baking Powders oclock. the best of their kind.
combined;that It contains the nightwt Leaven- -
lag Power and Is Pure,and Wholesome. He There are four Kinds. Tetley's Tea. EASTER
- shouldn't let up until she orders It. TROUBLE ON TrJE

While traffic was at the heaviestlast

several the street
evening sars on

railway lines became very obstinateand

jumped the track causing great i iI cr".41
ISOGIALECHOESI irregularity of schedule and consequent writ
- I I
I I delays to passengers. The

greatest trouble was at the intersec- ................
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tion of Wright and Palafox streets i.

The Woman's Exchange Saturday where a depot car took a plunge in ttu i ')!"' ,
; under the direction of Mrs. R. A. the sand. A spreading of the rails was -ps .0'Idit...'-
i ;:; ; ''
slyer and Mrs I. II. Aikenvas in the came of the car's action so eiDlame'l -

every way successful. The articles for the officers of the company C.REATIONS

sale were delicious and soon disposed :who were diligent in replacing the car. ..
of. It is: estimated that they cleared .Another car on the belt line ran off I Orleans I Ii
about IfiO.OO.: Miss Sallie flyer nu'l! the track about the came: time and New Grocery,
be in charge thi3 Saturday the 16th was gotten on after a short delay. M
with Mrs. Fernald and besides thehousekeepers Spreading: of the rails on Wright 'JAMES McHUGH
Prop. iI $2.00 TO $3.50
departemnt they will street necessitated the tearing up of ,
--" -
make a specialty of Carter eggs. the track for about fifty feet and it is

stated that the cro: ?sties within that I ROASTED COFFEES i

Mr. W. J. DickensMn. Presidentof I iiotnce were all unsounl Such an 1 .
the Louisville: and Nashville rail accitl-'ntil discovery seems fortunate,: ti
s -+\NDfBLENDED- .
ruad with his wife and Miss Dicker- for should the eats be forced from the HAVE YOU GOT A KEY?
son and Dr. Wallace! of Louisville ares rails when a car is coming down the If not come around and find out about.the RED BOX. It" '
; 'I
here in a private car II Palafox hill at high speed there is TEAS e i $20.00 to >ou.

Mr. W. S. McChesney, Superintendent no telling! what the consequences
of Terminals for the L & X. would be. I OUR SPECIALTIES :

railroad with his wife and little In the space of' three hours yesterday MEYER SHOE CO.
daughter and Mrs. Silver, of St. Louis as many as five cars: had left the I ,

are also of the party and are stoiv tracks. : Wi I Feet Furnishers for Cash Only.
ping at the Ilscamlia. The party will t .
be here for a few days enjoying the The New Howe scales at Jacoby'sare 5 1 102 SOUTH PAT.AFOX STREET.
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bay and I'ensacola's attractions. attracting the ladies in large .0- i -

numbers today. An attendant is kept J / mO JAMES HUGHES
t Captain Iteeder gate a charming busy! weighing and measuring: them W .
luncheon Saturday aboard the Hart and presenting each with a record. -1 ,
ford. z s 2W !

:r, Indiana.Jlr. Edward dinner T.Saturday McIntyre night gave on a lie delightful delicate hich Constant TRAVELING are attachments.kept motion in IS place Jars This the the kidneys body is the by, j.. z W J p f"? \ c m<'1 !..i BOILER[ AND MACHINE 1J I W WORK8O[ ,

reason: that travelers, trainmen, streetcar Li
The Wednesday Musical will not men, teamsters and all who drive .: 0 t'' i I In !
t meet this week, but have the next
very much suffer from kidney diseasein S fl) I q I 3S .
11 meeting April"lth:; at p. m. at
some form. Foley's Kidney Cure ? I 807 South Palafox
the residence of Mrs. Krawner on In. Sol to St.
strengthens the kidneys and cures all .
Norn I'alafox street. :
form of'kidney and bladder disease. 2J PHONE 123 and 292. POSTOFFICE E3XOIf

Geo. E. Hausan, locomotive engineer, .
- -
The Junior Guild of Christ church OQ
# Lime, 0., writes: "Constant vibration z
will entertain at the residence of .
of the engiije caused me a great : CREENHUT & CO. *
Judge John C. Avery the Tuesday after |
deal of trouble with kidneys, andI A et
na <>r. Aprl the 14th. from Z to got no relief until I used Foley'sKidn'y i HIGH CRADE CROCERIES, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL i ,
7 antI S ID 10 in the evening This
, r masical will be one of the most attractivo Cure." W. A. D'AI<'mbcrte, i ** Feed Stuffs of All Kinds. jj I .WHOLESALE GROCERS
L 1 South Talafox: street. ... ,
,f \ents uf the wek. The refresh-
t 1{1t, Ei'nts will be strawberries, ice cream PHONE 105. :
and cake for wjiich there will be no OMON'S. &H.NNSN.N.NSN...I.IINN...NIN.N.N.sN. NI Nos. 102, 104, 106 East Government St., PENSACOLA FLA.

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