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 11, 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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!1 1I 1I,I OPINION OF PENSACOli' FOR BATTLESHIP IOWA !! }t t Wlff';1 '' '"

.. JF MINE WORKERS unionism w ill become a menace to so. !
?;: ; Berry, ordinary seaman, r 13 of '
I ciety, to government or social order, 7
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... HIS IDEAS-UNITES'J killed on Iowa, will be buried at navy .
y" raS 5 ,
: J is utterly fallacious. Unions are apart + L
I yard, (Pensacola) ''lk f4t' "
of the people of the United States >
-the patriotic, industrious people. i ; it t
: ; s.
they the more conservative they ,
grow I3L
become. The tendency I hope and ]; .-> '

-- -- I believe, will continue indefinitely. The :'j ,'j
Brew ton, Ala., April 10.-The Brewton ;4 : it

Anthracite Coal best inends organized labor are players in the Inter-State league t + ,' 'r
j. -
for the Iowa is
wlll,1' those who believe and who teach : ': gun already
. :>, on the : ,,'C.-, "," so far secured are as follows: C. I

men and organi- I that it can thrive being right, :, ,. being prepared( for station on the battleship and 11 Fritz, Moore, Laird, O'Brien, 9 rt4 ; 3h i

I feel a great de- by being: moderate and just, and by .. ,- i and Rear Admiral O'Neill, C. R. Rankin and Eddie St. Vrain. t }.-

.is' in the fact that feeling and meeting its responsibilityas s 9 chief of the bureau of ordnance has Negotiations are being made for other I, ; ;

The one of the great forces of our i I
I i n sustained. I iaiie-d orders for the transportation of star pldjers. The above named

i-miii-iion has citizenship and industrialism.-John i g players have arrived and are practicing r I '
a big ]inch gun now at the Washington ?
Mitchell! in Coli'r's'I.\ .' .
\nrieneJ: hours; in-I' I\ly daily.PISTOL. t .
l x JI navy yard to New York, where it
Ii i) .mprovenient in 7 t
:.:plo 'ment. True we is supposed the battleship will againbe ? Y !

I THE FUGLER put in good fighting trim.It DUEL
we asked for; but it I ; ft

'.,tile to expect that the was stated last evening that the '

odd one I mate to the disastrous gun had been i'
grant every
I II i DIVORCE BILL rendered useless the CENTURY
ds.I: "'0 had never by discovery of

final SUP-I a big crack in same. This will make
:::1 any i _

."r negotiation or arl.I-1 the damage to the ship figure probably i

,'lirniM win at all points'l FAVORABLE DEPORT ON THE |I above two hundred thousand' dollars, DEPUTY SHERIFF JOHN VAUGHN c ; .: +

under this award then I I I and this will not include the cost of !: '

NOW FAMOUS MEASURE MADEIN docking. It is also stated that the
iiii \\orl'rs will receive a SHOT A NEGRO AND IS HIMSELF f

I I Iowa has suffered much more damage
'uri of justice than was LEGISLATURE THIS MORNi .
than has any other ship in any previous WOUNDED SLIGHTLY.
,In accord i>d! them. A fact I s'r t
i ING. accident. This much however is I -
t E1 E1t
-;inil ( inc"' in this coniuct'ai i ,

the army of workers: in known; the Iowa's accident has never -

I !bern equalled and it willlroH' a study {
'I 1 were never able to secure : I I I Deputy Sheriff John Vaughn had a t

hearing until they organ- j Spt-f'ial to The New. for naval I men all over the world. duel at Century this forenoon with a '' '.' ,: '

''mill they formed a union j' Tal1aha i ('e. April 11-The now fa- Report from Admiral Higginson. negro whom he was endeavoring to 9 ,K!r b' 1

lions Hauler;;: Divorce Bill was report- The early official report of Admiral '
I 1to have their case so 'arr5t. Mr. Vaughn was shot in the f Ii }
the public could 'ed favorably hthe. committee this Higgmson to the navy department was I leg. He '
pass managed to hit the
I negro( : i 4 'r:
!K merits. A demand morning. :I very meacre. It is told in the following 'f
two three times
or but it is thought ; t
b; like a demand for I The greater part of today was takenup II message: I the black is not dangerously wound. ? r + '

-it cannot win un- in a discussion of the Hillsborough I I, C. H. COLLINS. Washington April 10.-The cipher ed. ( I! '

Band Bill A motion to make of this I II dispatch received by the department I "
i L' and is navy The ;
supported{ II II'I I SOUTHERN NOTES. ]I over it) has in 1003: with its new ad- ; negro vas placed under arrest i,; + 4 'fu
We" were not able 'I measure a special order for Wednes- last night regarding the explosion and will be brought:: to the city this '

'.:'oyirs to take up day was' under discussion when the Peasaco'a! Florida, by C II. Collins of diti >nc ;>! ably about 25uuO people of the gun on the Iowa was deciphfered afternoon e 1 1i
on the 4 o'clock! train.
merits but the (hair ruled that under Rule 45: the mot the Hilibbiro, Ohio Bar I I an 1 i ia the county seat of Escambia this morning. It was from Admiral I r t
; I of I 1 : t iginwaso my slightly; butt amihe 1 ,
the west coast Florida
| lion was out of order. A great deal of Eastern Florida is county Higginson. and said:
id so take it I
up will !
probably bring in the desperate yi
and six miles from the Gulf of Mex
.1 I the method of I Mr. Gilchrist appealed from the ruling ,I simply a pleasure or health resort 'j "Iowa's breech-loading rifle 12-inch prisoner.. t "
authorities place it at 10 }
ico. Some >
1 13S led to such : of the chair and the subject was : and the Flagler :System of railroads I gun burst in front of trunions. Three Sheriff Smith was notified of the "

I under debate! when a motion to ad-j i makes much money by running their miles, probably> measuring from different -j: killed four wounded" affray this afternoon. ;'1 }
I down to
outset, and with journ until Monday at 10 o'clock prcvailed. .I I trains for this class. Pensacola is not points.from As came, Alabama, I Then follows the names given in The negro was shot :ia the arm and Jt, tleg.
I only a health and pleasure resort but Montgomery [ last night's dispatch.i The department His r 1
i1that! I am in will!! state here, that the railroads entering I name is Lee Pntchett and i
.;", Commission in A majority favor the bill, but are the greatest commercial port of FlorIda expects fuller particulars today. U well known here. ,

violence and in- evenly divided for postponing the final -;' exporting) nearly four times as Montgomery are the Louis'illeI. I Because of the meagre details of the

.'i, these evils aro reading until Wednesday. much as all the rest combined. Outside Nashville (the: greatest: of all I ; the (explosion of the 12,inch gun aboard the JOHN WEATHERFORD J
S'ahoarJir Line the Georgia Central L
A number of bills were introducedthis of my own observations in this ; ; I Iowa yesterday, which Admiral Hig- } t
''a: any great laitie I DIED at
I the Western Railway Alabama THIS MORNING. : r
1! '! always main- morning, but no other business very interesting city, 1 am deeply indebted ; ,ginson's dispatch contained official in r ta';
anJ toe Atlantic Coast Line. The -
t'of importance was transacted. to Thomas C. Watson secretary I! formation at the navy department this "I'ncle" John Wcatherford i
of I colored
'i enemy our r
I !.:>:.l..l.le $ Nashville: has brancehs to
.. law- of Chamber of Commerce of ; morning can only speculate as to its about 75) years of died at hU :
ii resorts to l'rttts'ile.! its Alabama: and Florida, age L'fl
j SMALLPOX GERMS LIVETHIRTYNINE Pensacoia for very valuable! statistics, .cause. In accordance with the regulations home in
I I I'tBit ision with branch to We'tnnipka.The I the northwestern; part of tho "
YEARS. reports and maps of the coming! !great I Admiral Iligginson! it is supposed city this morning at S o'clock after ( 5
Vincrease! of I[ main line of the L &. X railroad to along p 1 .F
I | Gulf port. Thomas C. Watson and : has already appointed a hoard of illness lie
: will be buried
1 of hours of I I :Scipo:: Ind., April 1ft.-Thirty-nine 1 Mt-biif and New Orleans, branches at : r ,
handsome offices at officers to investigate the accident and
company occupy morrow.Weailerford. 1 1t K
i-> that feature years ago (the father of Miss Minnie i i riomaton for Pensacola. This branch 1
No. 1 South I'alafox street 1''nsac-Jla, re-port. This report may not arrive
was a uist'nct: (
os that when Peterson died of smallpox Miss Peterson i' I t-joK to Pensacola. From: Pensacola type o ;}
., and deal largely in real estate: as wellas for several l.ars.I the ante bellum For fifteen '
ttlel byucmploy'us di- died of smallpox vesieruav.. having I !'the L A. X runs northward and eastward : negro .
i insurance They stand The New Gun Ordered. '
being agents. years he has worked with Manager 4 '
and taken: the disease just two weeks aU! their bus- I across Florida and connects with I Admiral O'Neill chief of the t
i high; in the estimation of Rear Len LeBaron of the W* tern Union
: 11 I'd to a joint >
after old trunk containing other lines and the Atlantic Coast'eitiH
: opened an -
| '
| iness associates. I am also indebted bureau of ordnance has already ; office and has really been the right 1'Ia
ii >r arbitration. The U & N. railroad is a great thand
hT father's clothes lor the first '
I insurance and\ for the transportation to XewI
to Knowles brothers,
I man of Mr. I.(?Baron. Together ,I
J.-; I have always 'system its tentacles: over the j
time since his death.\ :
real for the Industrial Issue York of a new 12-inch pun which is "
estate men, I the two have spent nights and '
me of the car. I This is ( New :South, and bringing into part- I l ,
the longest period on record : ftit
i of "North and South" (published now at the Washington; navy yard days in the woods, when they would
1.} United Mine where of : have contin- ''nership capital and labor. Prospertiy I a ;
germs smallpox at Montgomery, Alabama), devoted to \ repairs. Admiral O'Neill said today: be required on line-repairing expeditions ; w r '
I| iiwl deadly. Medical experts have ta-( :i conies to every community reached by
of Pensacola. also otherstatistics "The which burst was designedin
description gun and the old ,
is necio was a great & td
both e
by opera-, ken interest the The its rails, and commerce follows its
great in case.
1S93: : at
I and courtesies. Their business 1SDJ and manufactured in aid to his boss for he was an expert ? t '

: I.c award of the State health board is preparing a scientific place is :Sto: : South Palafox street, ( wake Attacks on railroads are suicijdal : I the naval gun factory. January 1,1003: !, linl.'man.'l.'atbfrfcTlI was a lineman t 4 f fr \ 'r x
I I s t
:II my judgment, ignorance.
l and engendered by
statement.TWO of "N'orth and the had been fired 125; ,times."Yesterday's t'
Pensacola, and the issue gun by ocupation and had held successive r t
-.ars of industrial There are people whose brains are still
South" pays high tribute to each member | accident is the first {positions with the Pensacola Telegraph
M iU region. This I SMALL FIRES dominated by ICth century ideas by
of the firm. that has ever happened to any of the Co the '
American Union Co f
.\1l1; to the law ; THIS AFTERNOON.The while their bodies are misplaced in thelive ;
As my letters are simply my own large calibre guns of the navy exceptin and the Western Union Co. He was

:IN' concerned we observations outside of guide books, i hustling 2i>th century. Such people the case of a 13.inch gun on the known all over the city and citizens 'F 1L ty
of two many r
'Y the verdict flue department: fought are mis fits. Through the unfailing -
I take in giving the names of the bore of which was injured '
pleasure iKearsarge, will t
jIpd! faith, if its small tires at one time at 1 o'clock this courtesy of Captain J, M. FalKner I' regretfully learn of bis de- a i .
above firms who I quite sure a premature explosion of a
the am by
mise His life was insured for $1,00<) I' ?.
ii'ist us instead ofnoire afternoon. the Kitchen of a negro 'lot the Law Department of the L. & 1
will willingly furnish information to shell two years ago. A lining tube wasinsl.'rt'd in the Telephone Mutual Insurance Co. i 1
; than likely boarding house at the corner of Gar N railroad at Montgomery, Alabama, I t
information and it is ti {
all persons seeking more accurate in that gun today
: three years for den and Tarragona streets was burning and of my untiring friend Hon. George }
of Pensacola and its surroundings in use at the proving grounds.No SEAMEN OF THE BARK
:' made, one side or fiercely when firemen across Garden H. Parker the representative of Cull-
whether for health, pleasureor Reason Assigned. VERONICA ARE COMMITTED f. (
". 1I1.1Yant some street saw and extinguished the man county in the Alabama Legislature -
investment. Such matter cannot "No reason can jet be assigned for

II u"i scale. Such flames \\ Nile!" fighting this fire a call well'be compressed! into a brief newspaper (then in session) I left Montgomery the accident. As yet it is not known Liverpool, April 10.-Wm. Smith, k ryan

1 arranged through came from box 17 for a fire on the I article. Knowles Brothers are well prepared to meet conditions. I what kind of powder or shell was used American, and Otto Monson and '. i

.11.! roof of Sam Collins' house, 215 south Before attempting to describe Pensa i
a new agree- location Gustav Rau, Germans, of the
| the oldest agency in West Florida, established nor have we the details as to the seamen t

"I "'' tars entered DeVilliers\ street No great damagewas in 1SCO, and are managers of cola in detail, I will add here, that or character of the fracture or British bark Veronica, from Ship '
done.BASEBALL. the Equ'table Life Insurance Society upon my return northwards I again of the condition of the bore of the gun Island, Miss, which was burned at y -

:'i whit h I think we of the Lnited States having control of : stopped at the Hotel Arlington (opposite all of which will have to be considered! sea on December 29, were formally D I' #rt i

'that! U'fre! should bo GAME the theatre) in Montgomerywas been due committed for trial yesterday, charged t 1
the territory west of the Suwanee river I j While the accident may have ,, ;

-,'rnment interferi SUNDAY AFTERNOON. in Florida and also of the border again cordially welcomed, but to the premature explosion of the with murdering Captain Shaw, of '% i

'I:. 1 employed! should counties of Alabama. W. II Knowles :I above all remember with most pleasure -I shell in the bore, such a contingencey that vessel, and six other membersof i 1

.!ff.. A game of baseball ill be played at the bright intelligent face of
: between young the
nnces was formerly president of the Merch is unlikely as shells have on several crew. Ludwig Flohr turned

" ,- "1.1y in a greatono Palmetto beach tomorrow afternoon! ants' Bank and "is now Vice Persident I Harry Parker one of the alert pages of[occasions broken up in bores of guns king's evidence and was discharged. tiR

'!V between a team from this city and '! the Alabama House of Representatives. -
.. of last year, I lof the First National Bank and one of without any other injury to the gun ii '

" ::''"n of outside" forces one from the navy yard. Some old Pen-I the managing directors and a large He and his father had rooms at than the defacing of the bore. So far ATTENTION! i' + ,
sacola will play on the local
the Arlington. Member Pensacola Typographical Un .
stockholder therein. He is also treasurer as the bureau is advised all the Iowa's12Inch

'. ''1.\ many men who team. Game called on arrival of 3 I of the Pensacola Lumber Company From Montgomery I proceeded northto shells are fitted with base cov.ers ion, No. 293. ( 'i t ,

, ini/ed labor as attll p. m. train. I Cincinnati finding snow and Ice in There will be a special meeting of
.. (lumber being one of the great exports with a view to preventing a possible
; : :, ;1:" fear that trade abundance in that locality, but as we explosion due to the ac- the union at 7:30 p, m. tomorrow (Sunday ; r I r
of the city) and is interested in I i premature :
The teams are kept busy at Jacoby'stoday "it cuts no ). All members # .
" 'ime tyrannical and other Industries.The I are used to that In winter lion of powder gases." are earnestly requested 1 Y
.' ., : although the store has not been many to be k' i '
I: J !. > should not judge of Pensacola I examinedwere figure. I The bureau of navigation has sent present as business of ;

': .i' ,-,-- or petty annoy. formally opened. He has enough maps I In the morning the porter pulled the of sympathy to the families importance will be transacted.P. .
. telegrams
< 1898 and although they
: .. dated in (
-_,, ,' '. :. iiironism:, has done though to deliver all goods promptly. give the street lines accurately do not berth aside and informed me of the "I of the men killed and wounded in the S. HAYES, Pres.s'1
_ J .. ,I! '.i\mg: children out of various additions made I time, I had asked to be cahed. With 1[explosion. H. M. Roche Cor. Sec. j ,
show the
'. .. ',1.-,:.z the age limit, Cheese, Cheese, Cheese.-Edam, Improvementsmade I historic Pensacola I had some acquain-I From Rear Admiral Higginson at ::4 4 &t

,-'I' .",' ,' '' .i--ory education and Swiss, Neuf Chatel, Sap Sago Cream since -wharfage nor the great and docks by the I tance from books; of modern Pensa Pensacola, a second dispatch dated What you pay for extracts la Important t .

:' '" I' His done more than or Limburger at Jacoby's, South Pala- Louisville & Nashville railroad company cola practically no knowledge. The today was received at the navy department bat what yon get for your i

,'" fox street. the old Into is tpn times '
1: up the standard new era is fast crowding as follows: money more Important.
:L.rt: I the maker of New Pensacola. liurniti't Vanilla i cot more because '
.- all Continued Second Page) I i "Purcell, landsman; Walter F. Keile, worth 4..
...I' the rise of trades Subscribe to the News, 10 a week. Pensacola, I judge (after going ( on I more. i 14y'


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noblemen of Spain enlisted as soldiersof pin at New Orleans. Now measure. plant. The location is commandingand
: AN OHIO LAWYER'SOPINION the cross. These soldiers of De The distance from these jetties to healthy, and the United States

Soto were fresh from Cadiz, Madrid New Orleans and Pensacola is exactlythe evidently intends at no late date to

.and Grenada flushed with victory same-110 miles. But a vesselto make it the headquarters of the artillery -

i OF PENSACOLA over the Moors,-filled with the cruel New Orleans must be towed 110 of the gulf coast. I was: allover

maxims of Torquemada. and insatiatein miles against a strong current, -whileto the grounds and on the highest
their greed for gold, they came Pensacola it Is plain sailing to the points and was certainly impressed |,
with ships filled with munitions of docks in the harbor. with the situation. One of the officers I|
: (Continued from First Page.)
war, provisions and manacles for the I Now, change two of the pins. Put stated the position was: unequalled !

the shadows. At the Merchants' Hotel : natives whom they intended to enslave. one at Mobile and the other at the for artillery practice, both at lon;

commercial travellers from all Landing at Tampa bay they started I entrance to Mobile bay The dis- and short range. The dummy line),
II ont on their career of murder. The I, dance from the latter place to Mobile, stops near the gateway of the artil-
parts of the country were in force. fleet came on and anchored in Pensa and Pensacola is exactly the same lery catap. After inspecting the artillery '

Every room was occupied, and the I cola harbor, and fresh ships and more := To get to Mobile Is difficult, just as camp, I started to walk in the Protect Yourself I- Impure
writer then went to the Escambia Ho :manacles were sent there from Spain.It I! at New Orlenas, while vessels can I, direction of the lighthouse. While Mils

tel. Commercial travelers do not waste fills any one with pride to see the!i moor:: at any of Pensacoia's railroad ||Ion the knoll overlooking the gulf a Our cap labels, shown above, are a guarantee against all impurities.
great trains of the L. & N. R. R. flying ( docks in 2S feet of water and within I sudden storm came up and in a very only the best part of cow'I milk. Our dairies are kept cltia'!:It
time on dead towns or places without I I the lands where De Soto and his ten feet of the I scrupulously a
over railroad tracks. A few moments the man from OhIO got the greatest precaution is exercised from the feeding of the cows t
trade and Industries. They place Pen- I"cut throats" carried fire and torture I vessel drawing 23:; feel (says :'olr.1 I a drenching that came from the clouds of the Cream. Be sure and ask your dealer for tc! "a'rJ;

sacola high on their lists. At the hotel among the innocent natives and to Frank L. Mays, who has studied the and would make one of our Highland
,Escambia there were many tourists see the open electric cars filled with I coast and written accurately of it in county rains look like the proverbial Pet BrandEvaporated
pleasure seekers and health seekers. (civilized people rushing through: the I the journal called "North and South") "thirty cents."

It is a large handsome structure with .'avenues which only retain Spanish \cannot enter the Mobile channel, andit The cutting out of the timber in the

fine rooms! surounded by grassy lawns names, but none of the characteristicsof I' is dangerous to attempt to enter Kentucky, Tennessee, Virginia and CreamMade

with tropical plants, magnolias and the gentry of the 16th Century. At ;, at New Orleans. I am indebted to I i North Carolina mountains has changed
live oaks, and is the equal of any simi the giant wharves and piers and eIevators < the article of Mr. Mays for the above, conditions in the South. Before the

lar resort west of Jacksonville; has of the L. & N. R. R. you see no j i but he also claims that if you will go war this timber protected the South, by the originators and largest producers of Evaporate Cream.
good service and reasonable rates and manacles or gyves nor packs of blood I j i to your wall map again and with a and the climate was milder. Now the Every can guaranteed.
better than all these, clerks treat hounds to ferret Indians out of hiding I I compass describe a circle with Pen- Dakota and Nebraska blizzards come HELVETIA MILK CONDENSING CO.
guests with universal politeness, so i places in the swamps, but tons and i r sacola as a center whose northern through the gaps. In Ohio we get EigUacd, Illinois
characteristic of the South, and so often tons of freight bound for all parts of I( circumference passes through St. ice and !'noThe South gets rain
wanting in the North. It may be the world. Huge steamships and sail Louis you will note that the south- and sleet. Tne pine forests of Alabama I
expressed in the words 'You are treat- ing crafts of all sizes, are laden with ;[ern circumference will cut Havana and and, Florida are also falling a..
ed as a friend as well as a guest, and the burdens brought by this great that a straight- .ne drawn trom Havana I I pry to tile syndicates of money- !;'
made to feel at home, although in a trunk line and other lines into Pensa- I' to St. Louis will pass through grabbers.: Greed
I brings in its trail! )
hotel. That is the way the South does cola and away they steam and sail I Pensacola and will exactly bl-sect the ;, leeds! destroys climate and while it1 I Ii "" f 1! W. B. BRIGHT GOmPA

things. Imagine now that you are with across the bay-between the watchful eit)'. It is, therefore, plain that j enriches the few, leaves desolation! and i 1J
the writer and we take our unbreilas wardens at the strait Fort Pickens I Pensacola is the geographical center ; barrenness: where once nature re-i .

in hand, and thrown o your own resources ,and Fort McRae-and out into the gulf I for the great commerce of the southern i,( ;c.icecin happy content. When I'i !, j.. MANUFACTURERS Asn [lEAJ.JlRia
.. walk up and down the ave-i,and the ocean to the distant marts I states-a commerce which is dis- returned: to Pensacola after the incident "
4F nues of this quaint city whore the .of commerce: beyond the seas. To the I tined to be the greatest of any sec- ,i of the storm, a friend said tome : -r---. LUMBER
t I6th century and lath century are jostled j I I writer of this letter Pensacola seemeda : !Uion of the Union and which must by "I see, Collins, you are net terai; I LATHS

out of the way, by the hustling paradox-It reminded me of a dissolving -: the very laws of motion:: find its na- j for your health," to which I could only j ,

' 20th century. As we pass along, ancient view in a magic lantern ehiJbition. tural outlet through the deop water reply, Hardly; not by a d-d sight. I / i; ; A n Ll) CYPRESS uDlHuiL StMVPir""j. '..E( : 1 1PEKSACOLA.
history rises to m..mory-traditl- ]I I The lantern projects on canvas |, narbor of Pensacola bay. Now add I It is not necessary to fill the blank. 1
ons of DeSota and his mailed cavaliers a screw-ling. forbidding, crafty and that Western Florida is bounded north II chanced my clothes at the hotel' FLA

stories of romance: flit through: the cruel face fading changing, finally | by Alabama, south by the Gulf of ;,j where, as well as ou the streets ofi I LLLLteA
soul and old sons:; hum in the ears. As vanishing and in its place appears: a I'xico.'t'5t by the Perdido: river | Pensacola (among the commercial!

we go along, we ;stil! hear the Spanish radiant countenance crowned with and east by the Apalachicola river, I men, tourists railroad employes. I' sY .
speech as we find many still here. The electric lights and philanthropy, in. i, and contains the following counties: fifhermen. swallows of fashion and P1ND w. fjL
scent of the orange, the magnolia and stead of murder beaming from the I Escambia. Santa Rosa, Holmes, Jackson I other undefined masses) there were '; 1
the myrtle still is wafted in the air. smiling eyes. Like old Mexico it is Washington and Calhoun. All some
( persons easily WE
recognized by EXPECT TO
This is New Pt'noacola-but Spain: and ,. being rapidly! transformed.It I these counties are coveted by Ala- ]I i their looks as consumptives. It is I SUPPLY A MUCH LjnOFR TEADF
France in misty form seem to peer is a satisfaction to the writer to :I bam, but if it cannot obtain aU, Es- problem for a THIS WINTER
j I their THAN EVE.
( physicians and J JI fE[" RESEND
-; from latticed porches as the tide of have seen both old Mexico; and Pensa- I cambia county, with its great harbor friends to work out whether thesepersons
modern progress:; rushes by. The old cola while still something was left to !I at Pensacoia. would be accepted with |.I will I
[ be
returned North in US
dream land with its love and songs to prompt the imagination and call up thanks. i a I YOUR ORDERS NCW
j good condition or in a pine box. On
the tinkling of guitar and castanets at pleasure the phantoms of the Past! I I Escambia is long and narrow on the this question I
no one save a trained "
has become a mere phantasm, There are people in Pensacola of Thompson Olsen
so we ; many 1 I lextretae west, lying: between the medical man is competent to & Co
go on to the great, incomparable beautiful the Latin races, but all dominated by I I Perdido and Escambia rivers. The ) an opinion. Pensacola is held pas31' ,.
:1 harbor. The waves in blue and the great cnilizer the Saxon Race. I Ptrdido finds its outlet in Pordido .Alanresa Street
as healthy in i TelephoneESTABLISHED
any port Florida but I 1"T'l.
"f. preen tints dance joyously in the sunlight feneraln as the gentle morning breeze Flor lla. His came and face fills alII;r called Ferdido Point. On the north- / and high1lands =--
to --
:: a
stirs them into life to greet the modern the space from 1S11 to 1S23.: The de- I called Perdido Point. On this is Fort I stranger there would an- !
I pear too much moisture. I was treated : t E63.I
ritt- i j .
generate progeny of herJmand and I Itarrancas, 12 miles from the city and
No brigantines now, with crews of Isabella of Charles oth;; and Philip 2d affffording a magn ficent view of the so courteously in Pensacola! that ,
I shall "
Spanish pirates after gold but steam were called to time by this illustriouswarrbrconstructive I gulf from ije high grounds above I not give it a "black eye. Being j j McKENZIE OERTING
prejudiced in
favor of Arizona & CC.
and sailing vessels for and
commerce statesman-hon the fort. The fort is reached by a
I.l travel. The Spanish carried murder! est man and trite patriot. The antiquated dummy line, which; I used in goingto i their New Mexico dry and Colorado because of j!I" -D1ALXS8 IK- -- ,
atmosphere and
r.4 and dt'stInion-The:: : Americans carry culverins. Toledo swords and the United States navy yard, artillery is sunny skies ,
" blessings and life. A man on one of cannon (in which silver was largely camp Fort Barrancas and the greater reason for not expressing
: an opinion of Pensacola. so I add Ship Chandlery and General flarte.80S }
1 the docks told me Pensafola had net. \'- mixed with gun metal) with crowns villages of Warrington and Woolsey. here what citizen .
er been visited by a West India 1I';rri- and castles engraved on them. proved The East bay trends northeast from a said to me: "The
t.t;: cane. Of this I had not before thought, .,harmless when turned on "Old Hick Pensacola and Santa Rosa Park and feet people sent here are dead on their AND COS S. PALAfrUX STUEKT.REVERE .
and it may be true. The bay being ory" and his soldiers. He took the Island to the south, abutting on the home. they start them from --w --AGENOV ---

; land locked except at the strait be- city during the Creek Indian War and |i I gulf. The L. & N. Railroad Company I of They are sent in the last stages COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. KOEELIXG'8>

i1i; tweer. Fort Pickens on Santa Rosa Island released it.-took it again during the j'! has put down its tracks through tae I cure consumption them. Don't and blame no climate Pensacola can GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RDr3dEL: 4 KON'I:; prHi 10 e
and Fort on the mainland Seminole:: War and again released it, 'Pine region of Pine Barren, in the ::

.'': opposite IT, would:: seem to make''eadi' time by order of the U. S. got'- !'n .rh'rn part of Escambia county, and i, but be their able fool to alone A man without oughtto i Jami S'rtyi; Iilii: !lii, tails.! laitrgnnts> : Siirti, liisn. hw'

Pensacola safe from destructive eminent. By this time the Spanish runs the entire of I
] length same and into
t heip. If he has 9 LOGS. U7U.:
; be
helped and
1 storms. In the Lay could safely float Hidalgos had become 'I the on
so badly friegt- ci'y. So much for the topographical !
t off the cars and has consumption, C. McKenzia Oirting: Colieetia Agent for Bar Pilots' .
keep Bfrue .
the combined Ares
fleets t
war and merchant cacti thy sold 1 Florida to the United j feature: The I_ & N. did not 'him dati n.I .
i.. of both the Saxon and Teutonic States and "Old at home. The thing simply: dis- j I
races. Hickory" march u come to I'ens\'oa for its health but
gusts a man with a thimble ofj I
the United Stares Breat Britain and in. as first Governor and
made hU;:: because: oi its resources. The western .
't/i brains. Pensaco'a! sir is the
Germany bang by common consent, headquarters at Pensacola, and the' coast differs from the rc.-i 1 of the commrrcial iI i
'f the rewo=ntatives' of those races. Spanish officials were sent hag and san--:in tact assimilates to 'abamii '. metropolis!! of Florida. and I THE GARDEN SECTION
i more concerned in commerce than h
You will notice in threading your way baggago over t:) Spain.I i i i and t) iht to be. many think P par ,' ,
Jj through the city (us I 1 visited all the pockets of doomed invalids !.iI i
strangers; are accessible parts of the 'of Alabama. Leaving out i'sari t
and i i'my
: their friends. I
Come in.
wont to dot the names <-t the strets city, inclui'ins:; the wharves and docksof !! product ms, its hard wood timber'alonl' i:
you will probably not pronounce:: them the L. & N. P. R.; the bay, the navy : would bring railroads.: The most;; office could and I loool!: at our statistics"R'hat Pem"w.C cola'larida
: do but cla hint
; on
right un'ess you understand Spanish j yard and villages Warrington and I ,beautiful and enduring of all trees in back .
( and reply, "Pard. I
but In that musical tongue; they are Woolsey: the Artillery Camp; Old: :the state is the 11oak (q'lerous1 I|'Those you are right." ;

beautiful. Here are some of them: I Fort Barrancas; the public buildings ;Jvirons), so excellent that the United !i The figures are also of my the sentiments. Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus! :
I treasury
Intendencia, Zarragosa, Alcaniz. ant stores. I did not go over to Fort I States government reserved, a largo department
t Tarragona, Palafox Cervantes, ('{'mI. Pickens or Fort on to Santa area for its own use in building up our of the United States for 19oOi
los. Barcelona! Gon/a'ez and Barrancas. i 1 Ro--a Island. | old wooden navy. The leaves have a showed i! value of exports as follows: Beautiful Lots for Sale.
.j As thrIn.lian... have bit us the namesof I j Take a map of the Gulf: States-be glossy, leathery fmi=h. and the woo:! ,. Pensacola. $14,5f"VioO; from

: rivers towns and mountains so the ; sure it is is on an accurate scale. The of co'iipact grain and having a specific Tampa.$ltor; \uo SU'T.iiim; from FC'rnanina.; from Key$_West fjlln,., '102:137% feet at from $75 to $200 each, accord!'
Spaniards have left us traces < j maps by governmentiro ,, gravity: greater than water. There is
I''! ( u'l: from Am1al'hicola, $13oo(1; from inS' to location and
former :
I ordination of PI'n: jingling of Spanish bells and clanging the director's room of the MerchantsNational the nary yard.! The lire oak is the Jacksonville. (St. Johns) $ZI: Ii(04. Ipive

spurs is no longer; heard.! No rippling Bank of Hillsboro.! Ohio glory: ot! Ptnsacola; as, indwd( it is in1' round numbers, excluding fractions Good Neighborhood, Beautiful Visit
t;1 laughter of dirk-eyed Senoritas: in Stick a pin at Pensacola; stick another other parts of Florida. The L. & N. Ptnsacola I think in 1303i : Fertile
5 High Lands.
the will run over $:Ii(+(1it,4iiq.l Of gulf Dry
days, when from balconies, hand- at any one of the jetties at the has connections from Pensacola port.New
1 Kcrcr.eif, were waived at the haughty mouth of the Mississippi and another l/y various steamship and Orleans is first. Galveston: see
iFloridn j I
t't I ond. Pensacola third. There Tho
are grandest opportunity for investment
sailing; lines to Liverpool England: 1 12 ever
-- -
ports north and south who-e
j i Bremen, Germany; Hamburg, Germany exports offered in Pensacola.
I exceed I'ensacola.; The products'sn
Laxative Rromo rj0. ; ; Antwerp Belgium Gna, ''
Quinine n ; mostly' to the British Empire anlcollJni.
I / fyLJy on every Italy. ; Manchester. England : Dan < Borne Seekers Should See
I i ;; next largest.: Germany andContinuedl These Lots
Cures a Cold in One Day Crip in 2 tVysVLA SoJ&frmrt !box. 25c 6)rag r ranee; \eaiee, nark', ami IIIUCTj --

j Continental and United Kingdom ( Third
i on Page.; .
ports.: It wing excursions at stated j A vCu'fo'bsCorner
r dates at lo.v rates from Cincinnatii !F
f I ( (.UUUUUUUUHCUCU UUUCUHCCCUCCCCCUCC .' i.i i to all points in the South. The I While There is Life There is Hope

w I docks anti wharves of this great I jI I was afflicted with catarrh; could Garden and Bru Streets.
I railroad were completed in 11.: They !
jown three wharves. One is ued! for i i neither taste nor sme 11 and could hear

THIS SPACE coal and has ail modern appliances ( but little. Ely's Cream Balm cured it.

!II IIri I tor loading teasels rapidly. The i' Marcus G. Shautz Pathway, N. J. V. 0. KBEST VM If KSOWL.K6, W, K. HYKK, JK., J. H, KK::.HZViceFresldoct.
I : of the thanes is the I
length great as .Cream Balm reached me safely and P .etdent. Cattier An' 11"* II
warehouses are ;Sri; teet wide and !
ihe effect is '"
J ?,nun rent long, two-storios high and i i surprising. My son says

8 bare elevated tracks to the second the frst application: gave decided re !
>! ...WILL BE... : 'II 'stories I at which vessels drawing :ito lief. Ke>:pectfaly, Mrs. FrankHa! Free- Krst National 1 BantPENSACOL

1 I "i V v i, 2''S feet of water can load alongside; man. Dover, N. II.
f) ; to their full capacity. There is; aj I
+ The Balm does not irritate
r grain elevator with a capacity of ;;"".- !I or cause
OCCUPIED \ lawn bushels.; Grain comes from St. sneezing. Sold by druggists at ;50; fi'II A. rt.b.:
$ A
j j l/>uis. Kansas City and other western cents or mailed by Ely Brothers, ZGWarran ; .
\ j I|, joints and is exported! from Penjsacola : street New York DZ: : ?.. : o'rO'H.:: ,

t the I* & N. railroad yard 'WM.Ft. K>"(UVLK.- 7.-. 4\. CLOUKT. P. C. YIiN-. K I .
V are very lane and have been much
: ...BY AN. V I U. G. H11ENT
.. extended. The L. & N. has certainly

.A V ul' done much for Pensacoh. The rail. Pretty ".. I I" M < c : i < f '
1 w .1.1I I road! yards have great faculties for I 1 r \.j"1'".,,"' "" nav.--5>:" f:5 5S'| > 11]">j IV.VIKU ftv.i '. '

I Announcement IA i storing. to cars:2iHHi and loaded can car take awaitin care ofl. ht. li'i m-tiAi; : R

f I shipment by vessels.; EterCapdsL I c; y

11 The nary yard of the Pnit d .J7" :1l'0..1 <- '' Kill3 of ', '
i' ,!, : 'a Exchange on frrcat! lriGeraiay :.- :-
t ** States government has '
V equipment of elec'rical machinery cniplo'in ; Frac9: Anrtr.a: Italy Holland, Hpain, Belgian H':,."L! r 1ay

'F' \ ...OF... : mechanical .epanmeni! ot construe Ijw ::11..1', Danmnrfc: an3 other European corctrieg.Dbnr3od .
; .
_ l A V tion and repairs. Has a sted I dock "
1\1 '
1 for coaling ships quickly Its a\e- -----... i ",:rVecis upon th" Moat Favorable Tertitt snrtOb'ljHtson ttr'I:
flutes and buildings glow! with electric! | Taken' PsyHtla+ at Port of OodtiraUon Tan or Kijcifter *: tnl

i'BRAWNER'S I :liishts: at ni -ht. It also has buildings Every Color of the Rainbow.! I VeBsel itr-lres *hra.4ff"3afsty ,

[ for construction. The government of barges I.and constantly smaller i igrafts. specially the vivid, handsome cal : Deposit: Boxes for Rent in ConnectloB

i A v improving it. The avenues are well j'! crs, that symbolize the spring. with which vo hare a PrlTa partment for the U.

.V laid out.isitors are treated withevery j It's a pretty custom to remember of Rent rlJ.

rf NEW .* : iI | courtesy and hourly trains run 'I' your friends during the beautiful -
V to it every Sunday and it I is one of Caster season. .
v the great resorts for the denizens of f DR. KIIID'STRY PBOFE33IOSAL CARD?.
I These cards will help to do it
the rington city and as well Woolsey as strangers., small villages War-, well.! \ NEW DISCOVERYFOR -- -

> ( abut on it. In the station of the They run in style from the simplest W. C. ROWE, M. D.

I Department t Store i j j dummy line the agents and tel(- to the most elaborate! and all THAT COLD.
Office: I'K 8. f'alifoi.
graphers are young women-southern[ bear verses; expressive: of the time. TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE.

|' w gins.ho are The all labor industrious is all and by very negroes pollite. The Prices are quite reasonable, Cures Consumptiou.Coughs> I hod Hoari after trou0 7 o'clockj 9: j.. m. aad 1 to > p. "

iR v The negroes have their own from 2c to $1.00. Colds, Bronchite, Asthma ,

.churches schools, clubs and socitiesin We have a number of little things PneumoniaHayFevcrPleu- j T llOM: "*.

$ OPENING I' Pensacola and appear happpy and suitable for Easter Presents, too. --
A, contented. and have no desire what risy, LaGrippe, Hoarseness, j jj
v I sV ever for political! offices.: I went to --- Sore Throat Croup and 1 JOHN S. D,
it Vw the artillery f,'r t. near Fort Barran-
teas. It has: fine barracks and officers; J. M. GOES Whoopir?? Coujh. ATTORNE T.

SATDRBAY APRlk 11.v :I quarters and extensive grounds igot rJO CUR&. MO PAY. I, Officl-3IJ9 Th !!ldlr.;!'-
dinner in the s-iluiers' can"en. Price 50o. :3H <1. T'liL F.OTTLESFRE6
valflt9r nicely cocked and served by s )MiersI! ; ASO STATiOfiEP, .- Office Hours-8:3 to 11. ::;<

.1| who the best of j ji
are type regulars in
( leaning ladles! Kir? and 2:30 roe t m.
the !, L03 S' ah -Palafox Street waists I p.
i 1 t?it>t1>t.))))))9i'1 .)>.>)))>))))iyls)))itS)).). :i artillery service. Barrancas has ': I ';? one ,,1 o .r specialties Star Laandr ,I, prat -I'1lAllbasiDM
j also:: an electric light plant and power I'j I FEN3ACOLA, Fla. : /. i'' prom pntru.u ,nU r *-rt

r. -', -- -. y- _. t. -'. ...._ .. "' -'- _...>.. ""' -" ,- ..""" E ......... ....." 6 ..... ;I" > ,
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HI If babies were for sale the most inveterate pleasant to take and harmless

bargain-hunting woman in the One Minute Cough Cure gives Immediate .
INION OF PENSAGOLA world would not look for a bargain baby. r

CLOMEAK She would want the best baby that could relief in all cases of Cough, N44BMSEWINGMACHINE

I be bought, regardless of price. I Errol, Nor ship, 1004, Walters, Lou- Croup and LaGrirre!: because it does
Every woman naturally craves a
: 'o'l: sjriond Page.) I II -- healthy, handsome child, and her craving I renco JIarquez, to oruer. not pass immediately into the stomach -: ;

I CURSING BEING WASHED AWAY can be gratified if she win but remember -I II [; q f!
-' that the child's health is her I VESSELS IN PORT. but takes effect right at the .
i I',i'-. then France and AND I : Do not be dt.'l' tho who ad j3- .
: IT IS BELEVED: THAT Own gift, and to give health she must seat: of the trouble. It draws out wt1l'l !'e
: ::1,1rest Indies
i" '. l' and M-rtL-e a $60.00 IWlI1g Machine for j j 'tf
t.. . ,i then United Nether- FURTHER EFFORTS TO STOP Steamships.Asuncion i the inflammation heals and soothes 520.00. Tb kindllfama'WneranW i ; f' ,

(' ? i' .v.:,.i npan! ports Spain, de Larnnaga, Er ss, 2C3: and taught from us or any of our .-
)V-' nut ''>. and the remain- THE FLOW WILL PROVE FU Kramer, Portland to Gulf Transit Co. cures permanently by enablingthe leukn fruUl$n. l.I to 18.00. :

!j' .. .. ,11.)ris The L. & N. lungs to contribute pure life-giv
t<: TILE. Cairncrag. Br ss, 1351:;;; Gibson, Vera 1
.. per/ect ing and liTe-sustaining oxygen to the THE NEW HOME IS THE BEST. Y
;: : ...,rd! of all system'l r \ l1 Cruz to Sutherland-Innis Co.

. ,, '. Cincinnati, Durango, Span ss. Quintana :2297!:! blood and tissues. Hargis' Pharmacy The Feed determines the f-'rength or .

j; Si 1 Louis and Mont- New Orleans, April 10.-Hope of / ; New Haven to Sutherland-Innes Co John Sheppard, Sidney Kahn. weakness of Ho\\ini? Jhuhiius. The '
r 4k' Don hit1'ctd conil'hii-dvith other cstroiigpointsiii.sktsthe
New Orleans, Pensa-
,. closing the Hymeha crevasse was Dorothy Am ss, 1C29, McDonaldto .
.Now Home
f- unction I including .SEE ELECTRIC LIGHTS AT SOL. ,. ; ,
* 'ci and from connec- I'I. practically abandoned yesterday by "r U. S. Navy OMON'S. the bust bowing Machine to buy.showing J4

*' "'HIM The record is Senator Brady and those who have Ester, bwed: ss, 1CS:>, Horndahl. Gulf- the dlr....

'.. wire in the office oft I been associated with him. .'S have it to give. port to H. Daars & Co Good Cypress Shingles, $1.25 per W n.t e [or CIRCUlAR\) f t Motherswhose
'. !'ii of transportation I All day yesterday a terrific current Earlwood L'r 14SO Brown Havana weiuanufactureandpriceshifurej'urch.isin: ;*
,, I babies have ss, thousand. BEEKMAN LUMBER CO.
i I. ;)lIng the move1 .'
.. swept around the broken ends of the and i to Sutherland-Innis Co. i :
been weak
,' i tily under the : puny
.,.lermtendent of cribbing and through the great 700 have nursed in strength j I Francisca, Span ss, Echevarria, f ;
!I their first child $50 REWARD.The oaaccass. It
:. a !' c..ibing him to foot gap in the levee, undermlnding after strong Dr. iHerce's 'i 1508, Eikixl! to Gulf Transit Co. 28t'flIOnSq. x.Y.,Chicago,1 11...\ll tn'.t,Ga., ji ; f'

;:,! mice. Within an I the light piling which it had taken Favorite using description. It : Greenwich, Br ss, 18C3, Cobb, BelIze street Railway Company will !;t.Lou; llI., hi!::"" Tex..U'r..uek! ,0,ColI : I
roached its des-
thirteen days and nights to build. r is the best preparative for i 1 to C. C. :Mengel Co. FOR FALE EY iiiffc
". I il j, out the record is pay a Reward of Fifty ($50) for evidence ___ -
.. tins article within Early in the forenoon it became evident maternity, encouraging the appetite, Katendrecht, Dutch es, Teensina,
that will lead to the arrest and
I quieting the nerves and inducing refreshing -
.' aim1: report made that any effort to build fresh sleep. It gives the mother I iVcra Cruz to \.'. S. Ke>'ser & Co. conviction of the party who threw a t = =<1t : k krist

i \\ d'son, secretary I cribbing to join the ends would be strength to give her child, and makes Inchkcith, Br ss 2119, Major, Boston
rock and struck Motorman Peters.
ni (..iiuinfrce, which
: ,, : with complete futile and every energy was directed the baby's advent practically painless. I pico to Gulf Tran it. Co. and Corn Heal Bills.
nis; "My wife had len sick nearly all her life,"
i.' -uMcola Dailycws ;I to protecting what was left. says Mr K. E. Frkk of I'eterhbnrg. Menard Marylands, Er ss, 1C1C, Breedie, .
I Considerable success attended these Co, Illinois. Iloi V>7. "and after tiding eiery.thine Portsmouth to Keyscr & Co PEARL & DOLiVE.Call e. F. G05Z8LEZ & CO., Prop, 3-
I could thick till made up my mind to '
.1"! nnuring efforts ofu ;efforts and sacking of otaer portions IT fravontr iTeacnptun. I Rot su bottles, Te\iotdale, Br ss 233S: Crooks, Tam- on them at the corner of Gar. ttanntactcreriCHOICEMKAL *.
\ have been la- whi-h inv w i.e to)L. a tiie'poon
    ..... 'of the (cribbins; continued but it was lav until the baby came. She felt betterafter pico to Gulf Transit Co. Jpa and Alcaniz streets for carpenter PUUKUKOUM,

    i 11!.y,.. largest departmentvith squadrons 1: ;generally understood that a completesurrenlcr b">ru taking he weighed the first nine Inttle and a and half when p<,,"n.lI baby;. was To- I \Vihemina! Br ss, 1GS2: Bone, Tam. and electrical work,or phone 660. STOCK r'EKI ', ft:

    day he i.six iiiy-uhHolil and VCIRU twentr twopounds to TIlx1.:: Robinson. Pttronlie Home Industry for there it ,
    ,-':.1 i 'a navy ever herein : would be made to the riverI pico, star, reason you should bay voar Meal and I
    lie is as gj<3 a cbas anv ones could .t..t.1tAlJ Elt'; CU l.Hl1)ULt'Following ; : .
    i a port south of I if the experiment of driving Sewall \'i-h. The doct.r say he is as lua'.thy as any Zanzibar: 13r ss, 1'J19, Robinson, Stock Feed from the Home Manufacturer ';
    '. p of poac and comiuiii baliy could l l>e, and also says the use of your lor brio doing you encourage home Indui- I
    ', i I piling across the break in the cribbing Favorite I'rescnpaon"' was the cause of such a New Haven to Kcyser & Co I? the schedule of the try. Your money la left In the community 4' I- ; '
    ;; first-class battlei bab ." and you in turn are indirectly benefited. f l' .
    i ic.: I fails. A delegation from the crevasse healthy Dr. Pierce's> Pleasant Pellets the Ships. (overument steamer General French In fostering the home manufacturer yon 4 ,

    i Francis J. lligginr -I came to the city early yesterday anj best and safest Uxative for the are use of Carana, Ital ship.Cosla, 14SS, Cape which THE NEWS prints for the jontrlbnie It to thecoramonlty to th*cause In which of labor.yon You lire* 'l-,j 1-., j iJ.
    :' Chief. delicate jeneflt of the merchants who ship, which ooncribntei to roar !uppor j
    .- i made purchases of this piling, which women. Town to H. Baars & Co. r
    I Iv ai-sarge, Cant. Jos. :\. I heir goods to the various army
    has been sent forwar.d. It is consid -- ---- Am ship Kennebeck, 193G, Lane, : -
    t .:,, toas. i :aosts:
    .:i Alabama, Capt. Charles ered. however, that not a chance in LESSON IN HEALTH. Boston to John A. Merritt & Co. Leaves Heoeacola_____ 1:00a.m. -- .. -F; .. {.

    1' ,"O5:; tons. a thousand to close the crevasse re Healthy kidneys filter the impurities Indus Ital ship, Oneta, 1111. Marseilles Leaves Leaves B Pickens rranfaa_________ 8:00 7:50a.m.a. m. J.J E E. L LONQJ ; r ,' i ,

    ..p Illinois, Capt. George mains. The levee board has practically from the blood, and unless they to Rososco Bros. Leaves Barrancas_. :15a.m. :i- t .o( :
    '. 11,525: tons. Leave Pentacola___._____10:15: a. m. I :'l: i
    i _1,' Indiana. Capt. Wm. H. reached the end of its resources, do this good health is Impossible.:; Saga, Nor ship, Hana, 1224:!:! Montevideo Arrives Barrancas 11:10 a. m. and then f: .
    'I'; nates a trip to Fort McKee and then returns '
    r ."i j:'S tons and planters are pulling away their Foley's Kidney Cure makes sound to master to lIarrancas. Contractor Bnil :r :' :

    -inji 10\\a. Capt. Thos. Per- hands in order to build protection kidneys and will positively cure all Barks. Leave Leavesl'lckens.Barrancas.._.._._.__________.__ 1 1:25p.m.:111! p. m. an er. ;; : ;

    tuns.hip levees about their places. It will forms of kidney and bladder disease. Leaves! Pensacola _____?._ 4:50p.m. .' '1 ; .'
    Massachusetts. Capt. AUemore, Nor bk, Hansen, 1043, Leaves Plckens... ____.___ 5:1p.m. PLANS, SPECIFICATIONS AND <, :
    probably be several weeks before the I It strengthens the whole system. W.A. Arrives Harrancas 5SO:! and makes 'l '
    ''I 1. 1'M't.J tons. p. ;
    Manney Rio Janeiro to order r' : ;
    :. ,hip Maine, Capt. R. II.IJ.'iM crevasse ceases to run. D'Alemberte. 121 South Palafox rip to McR e and return ; 'j
    I ,
    Ital btc Aniellina, 803, Maniace, Marseilles On and theooatwi'l 4i TJflit
    Wednesdays! Saturdays j
    I: ;( ) tons..hip The weather bureau expresses the street. SHORT NOTICE. jt j* jt .i. I ;
    to H. Baars & Co. l leave Barrancas via Pick. '
    '. ;
    '; ;) Texas Capt.Vm. T. belief that high water will continue First-Class Work Guaranteed and ;
    for Pensacola at 6:30 m. i
    : ins : r
    .1 i -t.. O.15; : ; fins.ary Enrichetta Accame, Ital bk 093: p. \ .
    in the Lower for three The General French Is for Inferences Furnished. ;
    army : .
    cnnstr Prairie, ComH CARPENTRY AND Tassino, Genoa, to S. S. L. Co i "t'D} I
    weeks or longer, though there will ;purposes only and any outsider must } !
    i' I Kennedy C.S72! tons 4U IUST IXTExnEXCIA ST t.
    I firma, Nor bk:, 9J9; Hansen, East !lave a from the quartermaster
    ,:t 1 d<> Lu/nn. 1.tons.:; \ he but slight;; changes in the next few ELECTRICAL WORK pass -- -- .- -.--- ,
    I 'London to order. o take passage: 01 her. : t .1i
    ,ulhiai ;M-oriium l.'ii ii i tors I i
    days. The breaks above the mouth 4" I
    l''a-.jI. L.KIU. UnTir {"hl I I Carlo P, Ital bk, Boffe, 1C73, Montevideo ,I
    'of the Utl river have caused a delay Ring up Pearl & Dolive, phone 060, \ l !, it.
    'amins ship Hartford, Command- i to order WEEKLY CIIEDUI.11
    I in the atonement of the Mississippi if you h<\ve allY carpenter or electri-
    II. IlN-der '
    cal work you want well done Dorotea, Aust ss 1781, Scopinich, FOR STEAM DIVISION HARDBRICK I
    are also Indebted to Senator ''llixid, ami it appears that the Red t fi,
    Charleston to W. S. Keyset & Co. KLECTUICTKlISlIflAUA1LWAY
    for sccunug; an appropna-IrivcT PENSACOLA
    flood will pass out in admnrI (\.
    :jti.nih) at the las session of Gregoria, Ital bk:, Olivari, 847, Ten- COMPANY f
    Hence the bureau thinks the stages E. W. PEAKE : [
    1..I' tI.e'cliou of anllil4Iilg eriff to order .I
    at the na'ard i jin the Lower Mississippi will not be Trains leave Pencacola lor the It.i 5* } i
    Minerva, Ital bk:, 993, Chiesa, Cape Bayou, Big liayoa, W arrlnaton,N ivy \ rand :
    lonncrly used for this I as high as they would have been No. 30 South Palafox street, keeps Town ncacola Lumber: Co Fort Bar.anoas at i td
    :.11.;; Iifi-n put to other had I 8:30 a.m.arrive at Fort Barrancas I:16.r rt ; '
    no breaks occurrred. The river call bells, wires! and all kinds of ".,
    Mary A. Troop, Br bk, IllS, Walley, 10.1x1) a.m.arrive at Fort Barrancas 10Ma.c ; i
    here yesterday was 201.( In view of electrical supplies. Have him do iSXip.m.srrlveat Fort Barrancas 1:415 a 1
    in! during the past year your. ork. Call phone 203.! : Santos to order. l.aOp.m.arrive at Fort Barrancas 4:16 p E "f. ..
    ,M-iI coiioiderauly under the situation at Hymelia it is doubtedif <:16 arrive Fort Barrancal 7UOp B
    p.m. -
    -.ctlon of Admiral W. it will go higher than the maximum Prospero Repetto, Ital ship, 1181, .8:00 at Fort Barrancas S:45 p.r :
    1lal'u au active in- Jacoby keeps the fullest lines of Schiappacape, Genoa to order. Trains leave Fort Barrancas for rent :: I H v
    Jf 20.3; already recorded this
    I season. eola at7:14a.m.
    ti'rnant of facilities i 10 pickles, chowchows, olives; put up in Rolf Nor bk Torgensen, 1170, Cette arrive at Pen aeola._. 8:00 II. s, ALIVAYS' ONJ( HAND.S.HALF.
    'instruction of naval lluop. m. arrive at Pl'n8acola11 p.a 1 1 Jf.t
    For liver troubles and constipationThere's the most attractive bottles in the city. I to Master. __ : ""
    8:00 p. m. arrive at Pensaoola. p.n I
    Thomas, Ital bk, Lauro, S09, Naplesto 5.00 p m arrive at PenBaoo! .__ 6:44po "I .. \1'J
    dry dork which i I nothing better in creation I 7:00 p. m.arrive at Pensaoola_ 7-tC p.
    the United States I See Hudgins new style of label.If master '8li p. m.arrive at Pensaoola_ ".8a II i
    and which Than Little Early Risers the famous Saturdays: only ... :
    Iain, II Schooners. WIcK: : DATS.Pensaoola S ... ft }
    I FARC: POS }
    > Havana Cuba, durum little pills. want business to be Am sch, 1C3: Axel-- !-< J
    you your Dona Christina, to Fort Barrancal and return fPeniacola -TO- :
    rican war, was I Little Early Risers arc different known, advertise in THE NEWS. i son, Coatzacoa'cos to order, to Navy Yard and return_ tbPeasaoola I n i
    11. to the Pen- r Beaoh and reicra !&
    ix:ana to Palmetto
    ,' 1 during! the past I I from all other pills. They do not i I :Mabel Darling, Br sch, Sweeting, SUNDAY !OIIlD1: ;>>.. ONE MILLION i: ti ; **Ii;

    ". ni. $7o.; ,'M has been Dunmore Town to master When watther purouU the running t !
    I weaken the system, but act as a tonic : ,<
    coaches. .
    i Governor Blake, Br sch, -, Grand t 1 :
    :'t :.Il! :! it in thorough to the tissues by arousing the secretions Leave Peciacala. Lv :Fort Earrtata 5
    Cayman to Jno. A. Merritt & Co 9 a. m. to a. m. : 'it I

    ", 'ii' 'I improvements. r; an in contetnl'"i ot a- I, and restoring the liver to the OF PYTHIAS. I' Gardiner B. Reynolds, Am sch, :C31:: 11 1 a.p. m.m It Ip.ra H.! Get Our Prices Before : .' ," n I

    ,, that as a re- full performance of its functions nai Andtrson, LaGuayra to order. Ip.m I p.m.Ip.ra : :

    loOts the navy i turally. Hargis' Pharmacy, John PenRacola L Hl;:o, No. S, K. of 1*., Richard A. Bingham, C9, Merritt, 4 p. ID P p.m.ID, :1 I

    ', ,-;. with mechanics meets every Moaday evening 6 p.m. fl p.w, Purchasing. 4J't
    I Sheppard, Sidney Kahn. .......- &1 T5)at: Cattle_ all, I Belize to C. Mengel:: & Bros p.m.. I p.m. : ; : :: I
    in tbe rnooniwatson LxI 7O IUI'DAT
    I 1'irrancas: and Me-1 i
    HuI11 third floor. pjaiaootato art Harranoas Navy' 1
    i;, .1'n"fs of these I A FRIENDLY REMINDER.Hereafte VlBlilng brethren cordially A Thoughtful Man. ) ard and rMorn_______._... %. Ji
    liL'U considera-i I I.I weloomttd I Ind. Paosaaota to Psimetto Seajii aa*
    r \ J. A. Lynx M. M. Austin of Winchester, rnnri._ ______ ..
    11:(1 t a number of for aXj ding notices cf H, HowHLm: ( I knew what to do in the hour of nee,}. No frt>latl ..tyd atarl'S n. 5" Capacity 50,000 Daily
    ,'i important ('har./| K. K. A B. ; : :
    .' i from time tO | lairs, festivals, plays, Sappers, balls I I His wife had such an unusual case of -

    '"i ndMion of Col. '! dramas elocutionary or alTy: other stomach and liver trouble, physicians I Ilr. ,

    1! il I' this district." kind of entertainments given by Dam m Iiidg<) No. 13 II' could not help her. lIe thought ofj I OUTIIERN ur [ co.
    .Wl, at jr
    meets v"ry Tuesday evening at : :
    churches societies, lodges or individuals Caitle Hill corn. r Palafox and Garden and tried Dr. Kings; New Life Pills |' f cfy1i11an! Brick Co.

    SR\G! FEVERS. I where an admission is,harg- streets. Vitltln;; Knl bt, orJ.aIlY InvIteS.J.ALBERTJOIINSON, I and she got relief at once and was ,

    '.u-'ir months the ed cr merchandise or other 'thingsare IHY \FBr.iv. C. C. finally cured. Only :23c! ; at V.'. A. Pine BarrenFla.immm[
    K. uf It. 4 S. I 'iP:4.
    -: ,\l> and vigor, out sold there will be a chard of 5 I D'Alemberte's drug store 121 S. Pal- ,, ,

    ". .1t lt'r produces a cents a line for first insertion and 2/2 ICathlmne (JoII-O.: :: 30, K. of P I II afox street -: .:

    : -a reaction sets cents a lir.e for subsequent insertions.
    | VTilHONE I.01HE No. !5! i, KnlghM of
    . and kidneys j Obituaries and resolutions of respect I U 1'ychiH'. m"ft* e\wy Thursday 44veflIn.atr3OodockIn I jjvdgin's, fie Best for c, {EWWiWiNiCK'S
    <(< Mile Mall,on
    '.. ami! allow an actuic will come under this same ruling -
    50utb- ,
    third flnor, I'.Ionnt-U'atson
    \ mater. The i also. ,,'e.t corner o( I'..lafox and Garden street' I - t tt
    VIItlng knIghts are corrtlillv welcomed. I I To all parts of the country.The .
    wiak and digestion I It. ALLMOS, '
    The Beer tI ;
    Shlflluu the 111am,. C. .J. 1'vtv, t.:. O. I I $ ;

    Ki.ox-\\liy do you always put "dic K. of It. and S. :

    : \ w ill tone up the tated" at tin bottom <>f your letters? That Southern Express Company 1..

    *move) the accu- You have no stenographer. I.-O. O. F. receives and forwards freight, r

    ,' jh' matter and you Knlx-\\YI1. you see, I'm u very poor I I IindrAi
    money, and valuables of all descrip- :
    ..t.d 1 cheerful. Sold by I Ftelllr.-JOston Herald. Pensacola Lodge No. 4
    &) tions to ivll parts of the country,
    meets everytlnorsday evening at Inn: at
    Gmll.lp. lUffonl hall "i"' Went' Intendencia street. with connections for Canada, Mexico -

    I!'ii't that merely idle gossip! ?" Visiting brethren cordially:.JOtfAiSO.s.N.invited.C. G. ISVICTORIA Havana, Cuba, European points, 1 :

    1i1Plin in front ofi "Go<;sip, my dear," answered Miss O.TF.STINSON, (Secretary.HARPER. .. a1

    i I. nimcnivnt for tha Cayenne, "Is never idlo. It Is the most etc.The

    I tirtl \\lat they want Industrious thing on earth."-WasLing- Southern Express Company 0

    ."In rs I ton Star. operates on 30,000 miles of first- DAILY MENUS '
    __'__ I class routes, and in connection with I
    AnVe Talk. Comprise all the
    BEER Up-to-
    : = and Chocolate Candies I BEST 10-CEXT BOTTLE the Adams Express Company, on
    Hoax I just hoard sonic news that Date Dishes the Mar-

    '* -. ,it thirty cents are care- seems too good to be true. IN TOWN.DA.NNHEISSER. through way-bills, with through keta of the World 4Affosd.

    : '-. n real and attractive : Joax-That's: too bad-Philadelphia BROS cars and through messengers, performs ,

    :: : -'l eqjal' la rr.ost candies Record I unified gfrvice
    ..- \ a constitutingthe
    \.er pound is charged. \ AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED largest system of the kind in -

    -. I Makes a Clean Sweep. I I. f Harper Whisley. the world. ij
    Ladies' Private
    l I" 'II:", I',,r Dnali. There's nothing like doing a thing
    'I I. I Money Orders are sold at all
    <.11 about Josh, thoroughly. Of all the Salves you ..
    I : .i.vl.He don't' agencies of the Southern Express Dining ..*
    'I e\cr heard of Imcklen's Arnica Salveis Main House-401 S.jPalafox) street (
    't !t Illtt rj'rbi."
    \: the best. It sweeps away and cures R.R. Exchange-Opp. Union Depot.P. Company at reasonable hours. Re- -
    : < iiii.pi.iiuiu\ 'taut) the .
    1 1\t. wi-nt to that thcayN I Burn Sores, Bruises, Cuts, Boils, O. Box 281. Pensacola, Fla. ceipt Is given and money is refunded -

    '. : wife roprovingly.: 'I I Ulcers. Skin Eruptions and riles It's Phones 116-2C8. if order is lost. Regular Dinner Daily. :

    :'' :id an1 clean-d all the only :23c!; and guaranteed to give This is the cheapest way to send
    :''.I\'t' au' ef there ain't satisfaction byV.. A. D'Alemberte,
    Crew Notices. small remittances by mail or other
    ;: ,. .: r Jsj1 to p> out In the druggist 121 S. Palafos street. Short Order Promptly .
    .. wise.
    I !I.n't1t" sos he can come E. W. FOWLER, Filled. Night or Day. t1 -
    l' i.n> ji-h' the
    rtgaw as
    \ PARKER'S 1ek. Agent, Pensacola, Fla. -. jt : t0)
    .1 to fiinvloso, it's

    1 \\ :,.. : Star. jourlilngtoii I .>HAIR.. .art bMZUfiM BALSAM tit halt.m .C PURE & MELLOW I Branch Offices: II tt'i Homethlnir Good to Eat j1Ii, :

    FOR SALE, CHEAP! ;I Pruuiii Tmil loxnmot to Beftor growth.Vner Gray. I :
    Cum Hair aralp to it dimm*. Youthful* b.a-.Color.toUmf."Ir.lnd I nor Consignees of the Br. ss Ursula Jas. Hansen, Cor. Alcanlz and Nick
    '!lIJIl U", RICH & DELICATE Apostle'sPopularlRestauranl
    .I'r l Moal.-Alittlo damr Bright will be responsible for Gadsden.J. L t

    urns or ho?s. -- debts contracted by the crew of said E. Williams, Cor. DeVilliers and 0 0 ( j
    SENOYOURORDERS For Sale byDannheisser
    Till LEWIS HEAR CO. vessel. COODE, Captain.W. Jackson.Sol I

    !' to Pearl & Dolive for carpenter or Bros. S. Keyser & Co., Consignees. Cahn, Cor. Palafox and Into -
    i electrical work. Repair work a -
    : dencia. MWMM
    Huons' new label. I' specialty. iOmtt '-

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    __4-" _'__ -.,j=....- _""' --_ "-- _,__,.4. .___ .._ ""'-0 ,-4 .- '_ .J- ', .',- ;- -'-- - '-0 --- <

    .. "<" ',: iI -i v' :;:;r\ .t1. )!i.Ji Q 'ij .It j ? -
    ; ;: ;t'7; .i".g "' ; r .I ... In. .
    ,77'. ", :" ,E' t''' i;:" ,;;;.E'<'V.:, :tJt,' t\'h'''':'1'I.; ; "

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    tempt too much, essaying to go UNKNOWN BARKIS BRITISH WARSHIPS

    counter to public sentiment they must REPORTED STRANDED. Turning gray? Why not have the early, ARE HEAVILY D MAGE:).

    necessarily fail in a country where

    the law is supposed to be the will Halafax, X. S., April 10.-An unknown dark, rich color restored ? It's easily the New British Torn:, April<> -,\ '*

    of the people. bark with all sail clewed up admiralty has t- n '.

    ]Entered at the Post Office at Pen- and no sign of life on board, is reported done with Ayer's Hair Vigor. suppress, says the Lon. -i i'J' !
    Ico1a. Fla.. second"class matter..OFFICEPitts PUBLIC SENTIMENT THE TEST. ashore on the eastern rocks off Ixmll.lUu live of The Herald, Is r *

    .- (Birmingham: News.) Scattore island, on the Cape Breton --- ---== England to the effect that ".? y

    Building 2112 There has been a good deal of comment coast. The Norwegian steamer Terje A Crest Sensation. I I We will laauatr yocr spreads tot recent maneuvres of t'.e *.":.8

    0oath Palafox street up-stairs. of late on a paragraph creditedto Viken, Captain Gallicksen, from Port There was a big sensation: in Lees I, 15 cents each and make them look anean fleet a repetition ot f- ..'

    the Indianapolis Sentinel, and which land Me., which has arrived at Sydney vile! Ind., when W. H. Brown of that T like uw. I Ktar Lanndry. by which the Victoria \\:1; ra: :
    THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO. has been used as an argument against
    Indiana. It is as follows: reports having passed the unknown place who was er.|ecLed: to die, had and sunk by the Csmr-r. ':1 r '

    Indiana confronted by craft. Gullicksen his life saved by King's New Discovery terrible loss of life, 3
    _'Terms: Invariably In Advance. "We of are Captain says .r. TO CUKF. A OLD IN ONE DAY w; > r '.
    the knowledge that while Connecticut that from appearances the vessel must i for consumption Hewrites "I: Take Laxative: Bromo Quinine Tablet averted. '
    One Year by maU.$5 008Is cannot: point the finger of scorn at any have only been on the rocks a short endured insufferable agonies from TbU iUDftiure JfliV 1 on everj It appears that during th- .
    Months 2 502ne of these sister states, she still is entitled box. 23o. P/TkZWvo*' .,.
    time. Asthma but New Discovery gave maneuvres the Bulwark SirDomille's ,
    week by carrier, payable Mon to express contempt for Indiana, your I 4
    day 10 and so are all the rest. They, at least, The bark is apparently of foreign me immediate relief and soon thereafter SEE ELECTRIC LIGHTS AT SOL--i flag ship. coilk ft '

    have laws for the purishment of the build and Ti'O or SuO tons register. Because effected a complete ci're.' Similar OMON'S.A. Formidable. The armor r.11. T
    vote-buyer, and their officials are under *
    Advertising Rates Furnished on Ap of the prevalence of a heavy cures of Consumption, Pneumonia, Formidable were serious:., j'-
    oath to enforce those laws, but Indiana ". .
    plication. alone makes vote-buying legal. storm it is impossible for craft of any Bronchitis and Grip are numerous.It's C. BINKLEY desires! his friends and the cost of dryJoc:"ing a' r ,..

    Indiana alone allows tne vote-buyer kind to get within reach of the stranded ] the peerlessemedy for all throa and the public to know that te has ing the ship Is stated ro' $

    TELEPHONE NO 118. tQi proceed with his disgraceful work vessel, which is exposed to the full and lung troubles. Price 50c and $1. Moved to Room 508, Thiesen build- Directly after the c n a' ,

    Indiana without remains fear of punishment.the only civilized Today force of the wind and seas. The steamer Guaranteed by W. A. D'Alemberte. in?, where be will continue as heretofore was placed upon th W I'.

    state in the world in which votebuyingis Cacouna, Captain McHail, from St. Druggist, 121 S. Palafox street. Trial a general law practice.Q. the Commander-in-chief flowed ;-

    (. EL> a lawful occupation." Johns, N. F., which has arrived at bottles free.Among I by a similar tniira-

    That a state should penalize the Sydney, also reports having passed Formidable, forbidding a! "*
    selling and not the buying of a vote
    the stranded vessel. The seas were the many sweet things keptat NERI. communicate with any ,
    seems remarkable, in view of the fact
    lEIS!lOLA, APRIL 11, 1803 that the briber is lower in the scaleof breaking over her and sue will probably Jacoby's new store will be found( \ subject Members of : tp

    _. _. crime than the bribed. And yet as become a total wreck No traces of bottled! honey and a variety of candies further ordered not on:< a, :,

    -- the Washington Post aptly remarks any of the crew can be found. at tea, twenty and thirty cents Ice Cream Parlors collision in their Ieiti"p
    The finding of Judge Adams in the "no correct view of the character of a ,
    Both the Bulwark
    Wabash case was in substance that a state or of its election laws or the political per pound. an a
    man had a right to quit work when morals of its people, can be "THE IRISH PAWN BROKER. J.I S. PalaruStu'et..- ble are the latest tyr
    conveyed by the statement of a single HAVE YOU SEEN THE EASTER -- -- ship.
    he wanted to so long as he was violating defect in its statutes." It is true that Joe \\'. Spears' Comedians, featuring I
    no contract, and that the fact the absence of a law providing punishment I the celebrated Irish comedians Sullivan -i NEWLY i
    1 number of decided to for the briber is a serious mis I IERY THAT GRAY, GOODMAN & i Oldest and
    that a men I and Mack, and the accoz;;::shed REFITTED:::: AND FURNISHED.All Largest Agency g
    take. lIe is a dangerous ('n"mv to RACER ARE SHOWING.
    quit at the same time, creating a condition I i society, aad( should be dealt with more : little soubret.e :.:::1e Tranlull and a Kinds of Creams, Ices, Glares West Florida

    commonly known as a strike, severely than the miserable fellow i large company of comedians, singers PICNIC.! I Ii

    : did not alter: their rights in any way. who has sold his manhood. But the and dancers will be the attraction at Fruits and Cakes. i (IIsT.\m.I ID'Knowles : : tMiH

    absence of such a law in Indiana has I' The Ladies' Auxiliary: of the B. of I PRIVATE PARLORS FOR LADIESOR
    the theatre: on Tuesday, April 14th,
    unusual of
    We publish in another column an not developed any amount L. E. will give a picnic on April :Sat ,
    political corruption in that state so I when they will present the latest musical PARTIES.
    article from the Birmingham News in Magnolia Bluff Tickets 2;;
    far as is known. Indiana has not acquired extravaganza entitled "The Irish ce:113.1 Maillaird's Candies a Specialty. BrostINSURANCE
    which the subject of bribery is dis a reputation for crooked elections Pawnbrokers." A satire on a prominent Trains will leave union depot at 2Crt 1 i
    is to the elec one-half so broad as that of New 4 ::1): PHONE 602.
    cussed. The reference East side< Xew York character p. m., p. m. and S: p. m. a3td
    tion laws of the state of Indiana. The I York or Pennsjhania. Indiana is certainly -
    forms the basis which three
    as frt'e'from political corrup on acts
    Alabama piper says: "That a state tion as any of her sister states, Illinois of humorous dialogue; laughable situ I

    _ should penalize the selling and not Kentucky and Ohio and, indeed ations and complications arise. Interspersed i !' !'!':'!i.!n'!. ...!,',!!!!!'!'!'!'! '!'!'!' '!!'!'!!'! '!'!'!'!'!!'!'!' '!'!'!'"
    the buying of a vote seems remark is the only one of the four in which no .
    there is
    class =
    many high spec.ialties : > "J
    scandals have developed ;
    large political ; AND
    able." We must agree with our contemporary very In the last few years. Upon by Sullivan: and Mack Mazio '

    that it is remarkable.Yhy the whole the political! conditions in Trumbuil and the large supporting FascinatingSfes. ?

    ( is not the b> yer equally guilty with the Indiana are equally as free from corruption company. Manager: Spears has pre- Ht orbesl ) I REAL ESTATE
    seller'? It takes two to make a bargain and fraud as those of any ,
    ,other state of equal population. pared adequate special scenery, beauti- I
    ( there be seller withouta
    t ; can no The fact is that the perpetration of ful costumes, etc. In fact it is claimed ... aon South l'allroIrt't'f.( .
    and ,'i'e'ersa.. It is the t. j ;
    elections is much
    fraud in not
    so a that "The Irish Pawnbrokers" .
    compalay : .' ._ . _.
    traftdng in votes that should come under matter of law of public sentiment j < l'.
    1 1I' as ""'-" Phone 2-J. P ,
    i is the best dressed organization of s > NA 'i %. Ft.!.
    the ban of the law, and the bribe- The latter alone will abolish political
    1 gher and bribe-taker both be punish corruption for, however many and rigid its class on the fOal!. 1: NEVI SPRING SHIRT WAISTS AND SKIRTS.
    y ,
    r may be the laws against such corruption ,.
    4J ed. But entirely consistent in - -
    t are we until public sentiment grows MEETING.A "
    w t Alabama and Florida For instance strong enough to take a firm and uncompromising meeting of the Board of Medical !) THEY are uia-ie according to tbe Reason's Most Approved Styles GIXIIAL ,\(.I\T'i:

    how about our Sunday' laws as ap- stand for decency in ;: \ B"st and Most Popular Materials. 1
    t% ; examiners will be held on May 1st,
    politics, the laws will be only farces
    t 4 plied to the lipuor traffic Here in never to be executed.! Few states have I next, for the purpose 01 examining applicants r WHITE LAWN WAISTS. : The Equitable

    1 tl i Florida we make it a serious offense more rigid laws against election frauds to practice medicine in the t
    I to sell liquor on Sunday, but buying than Pennsylvania. And what are I First Judicial District.LOCI ,

    4' i liquor "is a lawful occupation." Mornt elections corruption in that state buying I's-ially, selling wholesale and 3 DoM. BLOCknn. SLOO.SI.SO, $2.50, $3.00 TO $4.50. Life Assurance SocietyOf \

    rally the one who buys is just as much All-eodU't' Secretary. -- --- .
    / stealing of ballots. the United Stales.11KNKY .
    t a sinner as the one who selli. but. I PECALE, MADRAS AND PIQUE WAISTS,

    : j legally, the seller is alone to blame FOR CITY MARSHAL.By I II SpeP'i.1; t'ou''i utiteatlon: I .. .<.'< 50c, is:, $1.00, SJ.50 and 100. **.* : II. HYlif-; Founder

    y h ;;t and he alone is arrested and pjnished.Is "1 ft E-c mbi h L_'f '''. N'., 15'1 ., ---- --- -- ---- '"Strongest in the Worli'OUR
    'xf Is that parallel to the F. and A. 'T. i: tt p. in., FINE DRESS
    not a complete reference to the announcement I G ? SKRTS.! f
    > Tu-*.I"v April 15.. '
    ', Indiana way of treating; the bribery : colon: it will be seen that )lr.1 -"::VW.. rk in M M dear"P. : .', SHA-ON'n KhIONINU: MATERIALS, !.

    ll- ; question \Ve think so and that it is Frank I. Wilde announces his candidacy V \Vitm.: brtl:ren are cor- WARRINGTON AGENCV
    t :'\0; %z ,in.oo..tI.( ;,00, ,< S.S.0 to $:; I .. '!.
    ''t i all wry remarkable. for city marshal aLd asks the .liallJ'invit"j. 1 '
    I XV D'C. KUPPI.FU: i Milt h-e "VfT: to be Ap; support of the voters. I
    .r H.\1myW.OIBll W. M. i iMenu -- Keefe at Warrington, who .. tt!!
    If the eastern sky is clear tonight. )1 r. Wilde! comes before the people :'f-cretaQ', t ; A'l-K-I-N- \\ l'I..Ianj. : t 50't t- (-6- I is < .z.
    : t.-rla's $2 25
    ? I t U I tYI..-1 ".t \ I 1'JZ 1 Ij;6n ,! ed to receive and receipt for u '..'
    t watch for the full moon to rise in on his past reputation as city marshal!, for any diy.-Breakfast Ham: .
    I scriptions. Residents
    r; eclipse. The paschal moon undergoes which he deems a sufficient pledge! : oi'l dinner Yam, supper Jam, all kept byiJacoby. ; J--: of the" "
    i : I tion
    j may now with '_
    S B. FO ES. J supplied ::
    eclipse on the 11th of this month, the his conduct of the office if elected. Hey I < : RB of the .
    paper several hours itt -.
    ; I eve of Raster, which is not only has positfvely made no pledges! : and I -.
    i1 ,t ly total but which is PO peculiar m'ar'l will therefore be tree to administerthe Try The News Want Column.: !!'!!'!'! !'! e'! !!'!'!'!'!'!!'! !'!'! !!'!! !'! !'!'!'!'!:!'!'!(!" '! !'! !'!!'!'!'!'!'!'! !. issue leaves the press.

    k'k' l 1y6 I fact that the moon rises in Its eclipse! affairs of the office impartially He -.-. -,---- --- -----' -

    0 r so that if the sky is clear down to the has announced 110 platform or courseof SEE ELECTRIC LIGHTS AT SOL:

    eastern horhon: the first view of the action that will prevent him from I OMON'S.
    i moon will' bo quite unique. The seeing that the ordinances as they exist I

    i i be adheard to an 1 obeyed and i if
    Laving passed through the
    moon pon- i' I IS THE TIME TO FURNISH:
    t 1I umbra will hate entered the shadow !; (elected which he confidently expects YOUR DINING ROOM, AND MAR-

    at 5:34: m., thirty-i-tehl minutes promises a clean administration of the STON

    t 11 before rising. At that time, 6: 12 p. office, which we feel sure he will give. 1 WANT IN SIDEBOARDS, CHINA

    "A J m.. it is about thn-e-quarters eclipsed, CLOSETS, TABLES AND CHAIRS.

    t and will appear as a broad segment i DIRECT TELEGRAPHINGTO .

    of yellow light; With the remainderof NEW YORK CITY. CREX AMERICAN GRASS CAR

    the dinkory dimly! seen or possibly : PETS AND LINOLEUM, FINEST

    not seen at all. At i:i3 p. m., Thursday night direct telegrat/h
    ('..mmu.lica"on was had between Pen- THING ON EARTH FOR YOUR
    h-mr later !
    one mid-eclipse occurs;
    I the thin segment will be on the up- sacola and New York City on accountof HALL DINING ROOM OR OFFICE.

    per Mw of the disk and the whole the heavy press matter sent to the RUGS TO MATCH. MARSTON &

    the should then Le of big metropolitan dailies\ Several QUINA.
    NL of moon seen a
    thousand, words handled the Beer is and food
    bronze color. As the eclipse progresses were by barley-malt hops --- a
    Postal Telegraph Company and the Clti : v iYl'i'ICJ...
    the segment of light will and a tonic. Just a touch of alcohol in it. -
    Western Union, and the big newspapers -- ,
    11 broaden until the whole moon is visible MClTHKUtdttcaplBi1
    began to prod the telegraph companies I .r.-i rS nor 2>>n8iirnff nt tI
    at 8:32:; when the
    m., moonleaves
    1J it p. ,
    I Tevlonlme ill r ,-
    theha.ow.. A shadowy biltwill M persistently that the entire Not a beverage known to man is more L** for dents contractedcruwof I'
    line of about 12<"> miles was openedand Halt TeBsel.
    move across the disk:: between CIS
    t the nsacola messages were sent healthful, if the beer is right. Gulf Transit ('(t., i ,
    this time and 10 p. m., when the I
    direct to the : offices in the luDhllln..n
    moon will: lea\e the penumbra and -
    shine with its ordinary brightness at metropolis. The press matter handled' ; 'Tis the national beverage from child .NLITIIKIltlivcaptv: ,
    from Pensacola on that night! was the :r nor couiignrft
    full : AiUtirion r'e I.BrTli H
    heaviest yet known in the history of '! hood up, with the sturdiest peoples of the by the crew r"'l'oo.\I.ol Iud v..I..r.,...d'.J11.IK I Ied ,

    The supreme court of Georgia has local offices! and a great deal has been l I: "
    earth. 'ouiriran'lt td..
    Just derided that the courts have no scat out every night! since. I I ton'IIr"p I -9 _

    right to restrain persons of sound: SEE ELECTRIC LIGHTS AT Sit-

    mind from ontorin:? into an unwise or CHAS. W. PRESSLEY. i To the weak, it's essential; to the strong OMON'S. -

    foolish:: contract when there is no evidence
    Going to take ,vacation send your it is
    of fraud in it. The case grew I good. Hot 'Chocolate with
    piano work to Johnson's Book store at
    F out of an attempt to break up the once. A10-1 I I Whipped Cream at Solo

    t Equitable Loan and Security Com mon's.

    pany, doing business in leorgia.; It B(2T-the beer must be pure. -
    n was claimed that the concern was a

    I lottery it does seem as though; a never failin; sign of a healthy i Impurity means germs, and germs multiply rapidly in any STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE

    the government: through the stomach. When the breath is bad I saccharine product like beer.

    the stomach is out of order. Thereis
    postoffice and the courts was denying Between IVrsacola and }Iillonr".atHan.
    f to Americans the right to do no remedy! In the world equal to I And the beer must be old. .
    Daily Kicepi:: huodJ
    Kodol Dyspepsia Cure for curing indigestion
    l with their
    as they please own money.
    The spirit of speculation and taking :: dyspepsia and all stomach Age means perfect fermentation.Vithout it, beer fermentson "CITY OF TAMPA."

    risks even with the knowledge that disorders. Mrs. Mary S. Crick, of the stomach, causing biliousness.
    "T Milton.. .15Iem LY ....M"cota..lirl ." pS
    White Plains
    Ky.. writes: "I have
    the odds are against them is V plll
    very '*oi.cola. J>Jl m Ar Milton
    been a dyspeptic for years-tried all Schlitz!: beer is brewed in Pare II! '
    prevalent among classes of the absolute Not a Sue; Round trip.
    toi i, germ can exist in it, -
    people. The government should not kinds of remedies but continued I cleanliness.

    grow worse. By the use of Kodol t.. These costly precautions have
    that because
    sends suppose money ta a a man getrichquickconcern or woman began to Improve at once, and after :'II in It filtered is cooled a plate glass room, wherever made Schlitz beer the is known.standard for purity JEWELER IN HIS

    that he or she is a : taking a few botttles am fully! restored -

    fool and needs a guardian. It in weight, health and strengthand I Then it is filtered; then aged for You can get it just as well as com NEW STANDI

    Is the saMe with lotteries betting I I I can eat whatever I like. Kodol : months in refrigerating rooms. After mon beer if you ask for it.

    on the races and games of I I digests what you eat and makes the :, it is bottled and sealed every bottleis

    money that way have it to spend and :: stomach sweet. Hargis' Pharmacy, ; sterilized. Ark fr1t Brewery Bottling have moved my J Jewelry"' Ire to

    choose that way of spending it. In I: John Sheppard, Sidney: Kahn. 120 South Palafox, forme' '.pca'

    our opinion it is not a proper way.I i ,, pledby' Bi A Co., aud aia L'a

    and laws have to be enacted against j I SEE OUR NEW LINE OF SHIRT'' better prepared than ever t" rITe

    It, but it Is being done everywhere'' WAIST SUITS SKIRTS AND great bargains in diaiconJ-11'- **,
    In spite of the laws. Laws can't WAISTS. I jewelry etc. Call aDd see we v

    abolish all wrong and when they at-1 j GRAY, GOODMAN & RADER. L. BEAR & CO.. Wholesale Agents for Pensacola. loins convincJ you.
    I. HrEPnE, .

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    SUSPECT A CUBAN LADY RACES ARE IN. C. O'NEAL, President; O6O8. M. I i..iNoa

    ONE 8. J. FOSHEE,Ylc -Preaident;

    Writes for the Benefit
    of Her



    hE RO BOY HELD IN CITY JAIL She Tells Us of the New and ON THE IOWA WILL Designated Depository of the United

    ASD EFFORTS ARE BEING MADE Happy Life She Derived KEEP OFF CONTESTS UNTIL Condensed Statement at the close of basinet"' March ('
    !t 'Fr

    TO CONVICT HIM OF ASSAULT. From the Use of ONE WEEK FROM TODAY. Loausand Discounts RESOURCES...... ............ ..... .3.5,03j.62 Capital Stock .......... .. '

    Demand Loans............ ...... ...... .... SJ: 203 00 Surplus..... .... ...... ... t
    |NG PETERS. Overdrafts...... .... .................... .... 2.35293 Undivided Profits! ..... ..
    PAINE'SCelery Lieutenant O. P. Jackson from the U. 8. Bonds and Premiums......... ...... 213806.87 Circulation.. .... .-.... .. .. t
    Stocks, securitieIJ, eto... .......... ........ 2,62500 Dividends Unpaid,.. .... ..
    battleship Illinois, sends to the News
    named Richard Smith, Furniture and Fixtures.... ...... .... ...... 6.718.48 Deposits ...... ...... ....... w ,.
    :. n jrn "JY office this morning the following self- Cash and Exchange........... ............ 233,16630 i ; +
    *:* .t .' years' of age and declared to CompoundPaine's explanatory notice, with a request thatit t

    .. nuisance, was arrested by 'tt
    t be given prominence. The noticeis
    :.e */: oiBrer Uurge on Thursday Total..... .... .... ...... .... ...... ...... 966910.20 Total... .... .... .... .... 1.
    i! Celery Compound so vastly as fo.ows:
    j:o.: This bank for business October We solicit f :
    opened respectfully ;
    of the IIt
    ,. si.-\ "ilcton party superior as a spring medicine to all U. S. S. ILLINOIS,
    business courteous and careful attention.
    : '. w a rock and badly injured other known remedies in pill and li Off Pensacola, Florida, your s

    ? m }'. ',TS on a depot carVed-'quid form, and so remarkable in its 1903. 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME i lI
    April llth
    power over disease, has no equal in the
    '. J f,:;:'ii Information connecting world as a spring nerve food blood Postponement of Races. 3

    ,_ >4 the affair rather closely cleanser, and system fortifier. At this On acount of the accident occuringon } I

    "'. .ncateJ to the policeman season, when the majority of people
    the "Iowa" the fleet is m mourning
    in feel the necessity of a tonic for the
    taken charge for
    \ was until the ISth inst. and
    i s weakened: system and a regulator for i
    .. .induct. the nerves and digestive apparatus the races which were to have occurred \
    evidence against the ne- the Lath inst. !
    on for the Pensacola
    : ,.nl today bu' :,lr. Peters
    Challenge Cup have been postponed :
    .r:. '.1 be out and a continu- Jt'j':' >;>;: j until the ISth Inst., by order of Rear 4

    until Monday or Tues-
    Admiral Higginscn.
    mjured man is expected Very respectfully e rnID@@llm(

    I I.i. .
    "I i.y. O. P. JACKSON,

    :\. .. who was with Pet. Lieutenant, U. S. Navy, for Regatta (

    d' !ifstiCM today to hav. Commit tee. I

    t -:..Hi and too other boys I w

    " : on the trip north and !I
    . ni the boys was at 9:25, 1 "
    :' .f I Cadsden and Alcauiz OMON'S.ANNOUNCEMENTS. I i -

    ... conductor, being t -- -.- --
    tin- ,, ...3'i ?>.! 'i!'! S'i'i'S5 ?! .. ; ; ; s &:'?:: I :TRAVELING s-DANGEROUS.
    !'i"PI. had threatened toM ,I

    ! the trio. The cir i,, : ; ] ,i Constant motion jars the kidneys

    :':f end of the line and'' which are kept in place in the body by
    I !ii!!' .! !!'!! !'! '!!'!!! !! !'!:! I
    i''."- later! when on the re- delicate attachments. This is the

    : ,. motonaan was struck | CITY MARSHAL. reason that travelers, trainmen, street

    ".iner, of Ccnaj.iej and car men, teamsters and all who drive

    I ..>. I hereby announce myself as a very much suffer from Kidney diseasein Oar line cf ',

    .. n.-rLt; a colored boy nam- candidate for City Marshal at the some form. Foley's Kidney Cure Warm '

    ". \\Lj is employed! at Calm's .l' ) E r election for city officers to be held on strengthens the kidneys and cures all Weather 1.

    " 1 "''', approached Conductor: t June 2, l'JO.5: and respectfully solicit I form of kidney and bladder disease. Clothing !

    while! the latter's car lay on Mr Manuel Earranco.Paint's the suport of the qualified voters of Ceo. E. Hausan locomotive engineer is newready.
    : 1
    i h at the intersection of GJUi'i I Pensacola. THOMAS 1l'E.. I Lime 0., writes: "Constant vibration r : '

    . I AlcanU! str'cts.rantld I of the engine caused me a great I
    Celery Compound is the one CITY MARSHAL. An
    1! u) know the name of the con-I I )preparation) indorsed by the ablest deal of trouble with my kidneys, and Assort \': t s

    who was with Peters on \ physicians for spring! ; renovating and I hereby announce myself as a candidate I got no relief until I used Foley's merit ]

    : .1This boy further stated to rwuperatin In severe cases of persistent for the office of City Marshal at Kidney Cure." W. A. D'Aleiaberts. consisting 1- .
    headaches, nervous prostration, "J
    " .ups that his younger: brother 11'lIrali.rheumatism; dyspepsia kidney the coming city election and respectfully 121 South Palafox street. of :

    L' ,*ii the car with Smith shortly be- antI liver) troubles, and female ir- ask the suffrage of the voters of Crash: t( ,

    . 'ho assault and assured the can- II rpsuilaritii"! *. Paine's Celery Compoundhas Pensacola. Try The New WANT COLUMN. Linen, ,

    that young Arandel was in no a recoil of wondrous and lasting FRANK L. WILDC. Flannel r i
    !i cures in every city of this great;; land. i tJ" .
    'ijjratcd and beseeched that Kilmer'sSwampRoot
    bottles of. Dr.
    : : sample and
    The honest UM- of the Compound for i ,
    arrested. the next two nr three weeks will guarantee Infarts Thriveon the great kidney liver HomeSpun ,
    \randel was also a witness digestion. ; i"J" '
    appetite, sound j
    haprmed ( to 1
    cow's milk that is not subject; dis-tributed I
    '. aid that he had gone di- s.\et-t sleep) nerve power and any change of composition. Borden Coats and : I

    .i h-r leaving:: the car on its a condition of health that will male Eagle! Brand Condensed Milk is always i you received one? Trousers I
    jou ht;>;iy dura; The coinmin? sjmnur. : -
    and in this he was cor- the same in all climates and at
    Mrs. Manuel Carranco, Ha\ana
    all seasons. As a general household .
    further give some CHAS. W. PRESLEY 1
    I says:-
    milk it is superior and is always
    will KO towards "Tor come time I suffered terrible will leave for the summer. Send ycrir '
    daa: ;l'rulls ..::11 HI of "sr"n!t';:. and I:1<; in a critical coadiition. +I available. I work to Johnson's Book Storeat I'
    Insoinnia, ner\ousne, deranged ., piano
    : ;- ---- 'M'1
    di',.'-iion, and sraerulveakno:; ;i once. AlO-lw d
    0 bo convicted of the tie Afterr.Hdical
    : bronchi rn m-ar grave I II .
    information advised touse A Great --- -- ----
    ling the I skill tailed I was Agency --- ,

    Paine's Celery Compound. I am
    !"o paid a reward of i ,,
    i happv in r.-p.irt that alter using jour B. H. F AIR.CB ILlJ.upn.OLsrrcnEn, JOS. )
    and $23: by the
    OilY precious ('( pound for two weeks my rli
    :: "y's. insoninii, was banished, aa.l I rapidly! \Ve Kave Secured Control for
    began to regain health: and strength.; I This City of the Fulton Compounds 38 EAST ROMANA STREET. 4>-CLOTHIEE :

    HJ :J rs has a new label for the I POW ?ri in full enjoyment of new life the Only Thing Knownto '...-oef Work and Refinishing Furniture a ',
    vi'ior. and 'lajJp 1ws". Paine's Celery Medicine That Cure Kidney :
    bsst ert c':ir on the market. . I (\pastel i worthy o[ all praise." Dfieases! in Both the Primary Specialty JiTJ South Palal'o,0&.-M I K ;'j

    Jh011.0 -IOC. II \\'I
    I and Secondary Stf! e8. ; '
    TA'PAE\\ SPAt.K 1 ...-- :
    I \\\XTIn-Iti\'eters. Pay from $2.H |

    MAN IN TROUBLE. to $3.4(' per d;t'm. Apply to Board I '.\ .'

    of Labor nmplojmeiit, Navy Yard, The kidneys arc rot sensitive and the fllsM "j eytd+ M1 It i: j. ,
    : man from Is sometimes tasuutil and ready; cLrouio .
    paper) All-Ct.: ,, ,,
    Tensacola, Fla. ,+
    n with the very first symptoms. 1! it has Lung: .
    di the city jail in
    on eight to ten months it is surety chronic In :
    ',.' :I 1.4 of a foe of $;3 YOU CAN SEE YOUR EASTER I either ca e why take chance..! V'hy cot tape lit j ; 1 :

    "I' i rday for cursing SUIT IN GRAY, GOODMAN &. RA- first the only thing known that cures K'!TieyDisease .. j
    I in the chru&lo ua well an the primary ;
    d! newspaper man. DEJVS: WINDOW. I Biaie. The Pelt case cited below, tj permivB.OU fS jK t4
    : is especially valuable,for Its incurability :: J
    n'i" ice yesterday
    *JLI doubly coDliriueJ by contuUingpbf' SILUU*, a ,
    i t triIL! saying he only! NOTICE. I and after recovery under the I ulton LoaiiMUUudluu ; !
    recovery wj also doubly aucsted.Ou t.
    I i..I"!, with the party Regular neeting of Fidelity! Lodge May ISO, 1'Jttt, the son of It. C. Pet. the '
    I I manager of the Pucirle Coast lliccult Company ;;
    'i I I. lie stated that No. OS, h, of I'. this evening at 7rft of Second and .'01 som streets, San> Fruncisia.rts Bon Bons and !j
    declared by the family physician to han
    : w :ih his acuser and with work in 2rJ: rank Alt membersare i chronic kidney disease and incurabla. Another .
    PUKI:: ) : f
    .',' him a bit more requested to be present, physician nits called in and ctiutirraed the 'I
    earnestly ,
    flia::nosls. The whole lim'y woe sBollen with t
    ( ".\tremo courtesy members of sister lodges and visiting dropsy, and a fatal termination looked for. The ,
    W. A. D'ALE \
    I II 8
    I Fultou Compounds were then turned to as the .t1;
    I ii.i has enough money brethcrn are cordially invited. only ItopH. On September 15 the dropsy had ..
    and the was well, and IIt..rdouol"
    'i i C: does not chooses DR J. D. TILLER, C. c.1 disappeared eiamlnatious the physician declared tl.9 Druggist and Apothecary. 121 J ) }
    : to be under some _. I Ir I recovery complete and gave Mr. 1'ell a written
    n'port II hicb be now bas I,
    i ;"ii that he is onilanHHi'rely Judge G.A. Cali.iniss, the Police Judge! cf Pan 1 11 3Ik
    v' "--v. -. -V\ I Francisco, also attests the recovery under his i 1.1"1'
    in the cell i iJ
    ; \
    own obsarraliuu of II friend of his who also .
    rl.cUv.redhcn the case (chronic HrlKtts Uireo4C -- : : DR. R
    of the kidneys) was nell known to be Incur : .
    J r .:;..,T i Jr4D
    C-d: JSED cvorTRIOTIC UEWS NOTES ..bla according all medical authorities. Il :
    t.'p0 ttu udveut of the Fnlton C'omp'tundamediclno I : .
    DISCUSSION ( knew nothing that noutd cure kliluey : : : j : : : :
    troubles atter they became chronic. Atxut '
    nine.tenths of all cttirs lire now curable,even i: : :. ,j ;
    took after they have developed Into this dreaded 'I" : : DENT
    Y encounter The Misses S.inner: of !.-cambia, chronic forms of Ilright's Disease and diabetes.No 4'
    \ L'!,lit' between Oscar stutcments are published or invited eice\ t ,
    spent the day with Miss Marguerite from chronic cases that like the above are incurable
    !1', and A. Hanson, a by all other known medicines It four
    '. Ingraham on Cause street jcstcniay. kidney trouble is reeest Fulton's Renal Lorn- 28% S. Palafox Street, i}
    : i a dozen of the hit- pound will cure !It quickly. If it Is of over eicht
    Anderson was Thell1ar family are under many to tea months siaudmg it Is tae only thiLg AND IGVO
    CROWN {
    known that will have your life John J. Fulton il
    3' himself when Hani ob'isutions to 'he many who a,'i=ted i (b.. 41\1 \\asbisgtou ..heet. San FrancIsco, sole! SOLD BY B.
    cnmpounders Fulton's Itfcal Compound fOIl .l
    : S.\VOL.\
    '- (':1UH"11.. Then in saving gOt.t!::; at their home yesterday Bright: s and Kidaey l>i-e4M-s.(I: for InnlK-us,
    hi revile the I moraine at the tine of the tire.t f 1 I'f'" ao.. 'I"'t's m.kdn for patientn. Stud (i t .j
    for p.iirphlev. WI ura Uu cx>.lujltg: d.cLta, ii ; D.&I. MAYER -- r x r'
    I .a I
    y and .Vndersen's wM irnnwHlore""e'ls and family of city. HANNAH BROS., Lumber. Hud

    ':,' wounded to such : Jackson, :..I?S., are in the city for a Agents for Pensacola, Fla. Next Door to First National Bank. :2x3! scantling, ?:3 per thousand.3x3 I cent .

    in oi U up for his connMi'ii few days before goin; to their: new scantling, $G per thousand.
    ,,Anderson was Other items in proportion. Call and Try
    home at St. Andrews. lr.1'lIs is a see us. i
    \ Norwegians.: Hininr -
    railroad t-nsineer.: MC-lmo. BECKMAN LUMBER CO. '
    ', .1! fighting Ander- 'SS
    -- --
    The many friends ofIr. Alonzo
    tiiK>.l him $ this
    'iu r >
    I stiraethile wishing him success. Good Cypress Shingles $1.25 per
    1"- 'n -aid he did wrong
    \llr {
    N 1
    ,'r.' not preterred I will regret to hear that he has rev cAn thousand. BEEKMAN. LUMBER CO.

    sisried lus position in the L. & :\, C
    hlllll of :\,)rwl'57,500.00 -
    shops here and left Thursday to :accept O Try The News' WANT COLUMN. :

    one in Valentine, Texas.
    ------ -- -
    The drummers don't haw any time

    tinld le for a dull town or an inferior hotel FANCY QiGERjES. L W. PEAKE,

    the large number of them coming and Electrical contractor and builder, 1 '

    CASH t goin at the Merchants hotel is therefore ..PHONE US FOR YOUR... will do your electrical work in first-

    a piod recommendation for both class style and at reasonable rates. Fancy 'i

    'hi Prizes Family Cooks. I '! this iiopular hoselry and the city. EASTER DELICACIES. street.Hfi can be Phone found 30 South Palafox ,, -J j

    ,.T will i h7i.5w'nnctsUo. ; The KU'isuany rapid firing of the ",c .PHONE 178.. a+tTHy0.
    1 -----
    J "." l:) tn .:.X.1.0O" I heavy; IS-inch puns today, the shock of '

    '-''a- '! ,t' I-II>- u'.idcr-'ocd ( I i which has been so plainly felt in the ... s
    ,1: 0' Write Cookeryi ?
    was explained by one af the sailor -
    r"; N tit!) rtf ti ;'city
    from the fleet who said the men BELLAMORF,
    \;, ur. Cee2Co.., Ltd., J \\ <-ro trying to get throngs their work Ottleiar Cafe d
    r i iI.I'II.. r. (-t, Mie! f.: ;ja* quickly as possible so they might '
    .. >0i Graduate of Pail-France and Phlladelplia.! t Baylels l
    : i .,- s Cart c.'niJ 'jreuirn to put and enjoy the hospitalityof RrtisUe pb<:> o: gl'apb9' '
    ..' can
    e n" i1tL ia any 'I[ one of Goldrins's saloons the few O d Armory Bal'Jlng Pet g tools, Fla.
    WH'1 204!; S. Palafox Street. Etc., ; '1
    j d I jienniuin; days they were to be here. EX! I .\TIO't. r 1k

    .._'" -.. '., .... -'-< ..... ", ,.........icrc4S+,c} .......,......-.:.:,"" .. ,,,,- ... .._. ....... _.... .......... _- ,', :. .,..";t',+rd''. >:1..... c- :. ;<;: "":f-.'....;' ..,;..; ". ;, ,....,-_.."'" <,..



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    Artie's such a clever boy: I 1. '

    He takes an egg, and you il"h '-! "--. .--
    3 :: ...! :..
    BehoM him make a pass or two .- >-_ -' __ -... 3--i
    SCREWS Before you In the air- ---'-- -- ,-- J- -.
    { A simple movement of the wrist. : :__ _,, -- ;. -;; y jl
    I I lI A sudden turn, a little twist Jf.t..y.I :.- T ::: t.w-. =:- !..: -=t ,-
    c. .. -II _--J.. .. j .. .
    The egg is goae-but where? .. < ... --. ""! ... \ I '
    I caa Yes Artie's such a clever boy; r .:;..U",.,," ,....:a y s J. -.-; i -1" .i-, i L -_' y.-' .sI

    4 ACTIONS ARE UNANIMOUSLY INDORSED His tricks are truly great: i'.r.r.,.:--_-...".....-.._--1--'-......&-, J .' -;. '.." "
    He draws nine dollars weekly! ; ch. '" i"
    BY THE DOCK AND You can't keep genius down! You 2. l : ;t' ..." .ttt ,htfAi

    I ___ know .. I.-t; Jj f/J.; '.ft.t.: -
    .. -tL'
    j"'+ t COTTON COUNCIL OF THAT He might be getting eight.Tommv's i r v \ E" : ;; ", .
    \ 1 ::!!..,)'. ?, :. } :{ p t\4. }! .t$" ..-!". -11 1-f{
    such a clever boy: "'t..)1.Ji. '' = t' }. ... .t4'l .
    ) "
    \1) : cm. -A.- t1-\'i.1.\ ... .
    \\1'L ,.
    of1)) 'r .... ._T ; I "'t 'I' '
    I l;i His The! dancing's girls make something haste to get fine;In line t.,..., 'S.,' .,.,?iol';.';.I. ... '."[ "s,,' \[,. .t ri:,;; '<-?'--i-\: :f' 't";:- t'i' =>

    When he goes to the tall. !f ..': tf.1t;t 4-:1!: jtf.r .:.' { !' i:
    So they not to mss r1' .
    j New Orleans, April 10.-Another anxious are /I.'il -.j 1/. -:'0. """ .. ;" _""v.''''''',''''''''' .... J .. ',
    + 1 -
    : '-
    in bliss
    The rollicking dreamy "
    I / p 'I powerful factor entered into the fight With him around the hall. : ,;I\ :."& '.'-L.;'" ; ::."iJ..1.-" -:' !, ;-' : \ j lIt. 't1, [1-. +1 ,-
    .. 91 y. "- y.
    ,: { ; J
    cI Yes. Tommy's such; a clever boy; ;.I
    i the levee cotton workers last .l '
    lof -
    / li I His dancing'3 grand tSey say; \'S1. 11 :'" t: -! ...;. .. ,'. :.: .JI. 'or< ':'ii"
    J =- :$ rplt1
    j night, when the Dock and Cotton lIe's at the bundle counter whereHe's 2 .. .- :
    lTq ( h .tj.;tr"t ..._ .,. : ;, ik. .0"I :'''
    ;; -- 1ir
    been since 9but there 7.1 ''' '- : 7 '1'Ilf ..'
    Council of New Orleans, = .1
    representing -
    :; '
    ; Must be a change some day. \'J' .7 t. 1 J: !iZS" +
    I 1
    +I |! 6,000 union laborers, indorsed the _
    1./f Freddy's su"h n clever boy I .jf.r ,, 1r. sJ :e&VJVVi
    \, t stand of the screwmen and the long lf = -"-,,. --- .
    Or the girls declare --lf' .
    BO ; -
    shoremen. His wit is very rich and rare; !mLr- -- _-:: -:-m J ;.-_ r_ .:';--r" """ -/t.J.: t7.- ;
    The meeting of the council was His antics are Immense.It's ..0 ::.....-. ,. =--: p 1+ ....... ---' ... J ,. ''PI 11 t1s
    .. oi'T-: .. '- _
    fun to hear the songs he singsAnd "'" ;! -L. .
    held in Screwmen's hall, at 8 o'clock.In sit and hear him saying things !-; -.- '- ::-: L ..'..-;..a--""".-"_- ::...-..'. -.,. ,,. _".'.i.-'": '1 ,IU:" .'' --r., _
    II Too cut for ,-.-- -. ,- ----" .' ,== '" '. ,,',"'
    srnsp. ."
    w; the absence of Judge James any --'L. "" "', __ ." _..
    the '- ;! -r._ -7- _
    yr Yes, Fre :: _
    hughes, chairman Hy. Keegan, Among tha girls, but at ; :;o.c.F<: 1S.._ ...';<;.;.__ _=- .:-

    w of the White Longshoremen, The u hire he draws his pay
    fo-yY president N-
    x K.. y Thy give him eight a week and say -f.f : WAS BRED} OLD 'KErHu'c Y"
    l called to the chair
    I was IKten"! corning that. ,- OPYRIGr.t-';._ ,;-_ .._. __ .s. ':
    __ _
    The organizations represented were: -S. E. Ii!' u --=

    1i White and colored: screwmen's ass>o- ulm I I i .1ftj
    GI\"I rs It t.. Him hot and Heavy. I- I 1 :
    elation, white and colored longshore

    men's associations: cotton yardmen, Illfiilluiiillll'I'; I Il UIIIIIIIII' .

    both white and colored; teamstersand Fit
    l 4ul'i I1I -
    I loaders and coal wheelers.It Yon want a good pano tuner toi "Better out than

    was:: unanimously agreed that the ;; stay in Pen acoU, still you holdback : '
    organizations in the council should I your order rend it in. I have you notice. T'

    had 20 years' experience and have and all out, take 11
    support the screwmen and the longshoremen -
    worked in several piano: factories'Orders !

    in the position they had left at Johnson's book store Malta-Vita. Shredded ? 'P..

    assumed in the strike of the ship will be attended to.CHAS.. cuits, and Force w>t! C ;' S,

    A Danger Period Through Which agents. All moral and financial sup- W. Pt SLEV. ;; eman's.

    port necessary was directed to be I -
    Woman Must Pass. r OASTOnZA.
    Every tendered to the organizations af- 111111 y .",,'", ite Kiril Yll: Ha\a iiaavs i Bar j! CREX GRASS FURNITLRE F=q

    Owing to modern methods of living, not one woman in a thousand fected. fgutm JI? ? (THE LIBRARY, PARLOR AVDEE

    Approaches this jieifeetly natural change without txiviieiicinsatraiuof Harry Keegan explained after the rI '(:t + j j.ROOM i AT MARSTON & QUINAi'

    very annoying and sometimes painful symptoms. At this in-riod a meeting that the determination of tho II '

    woman indicates a tendency towards obesity or tumorous growths.; longshoremen to refuse to hand cot- { A 4Philadelphia -
    Those dreadful hot plashes, sending the blood surging to the heart
    ton to imported laborers' should the
    until it seems ready to burst, and the faint feeling that follows, sometimes WICKE & CO.
    with drills as if the heart were going to stop forever, are only agents bring th"! m, would not be a

    Y few of the symptoms of a dangerous nervous trouble. The nerves are violation of the contract with the

    { crying out for a.v:-i>tance. The cry should be hetdftl in time. Lydia steamship conference. He said the

    ; E. Pinkham's Vegetable; Compound was prepared to meet the needsof screwmen were a kindred organizationand Ledger. Plumber Gas and Steam Fitter

    woman's system at this trying period of her life, and all women who that the situation now and the ,

    i use it pass through this trying i>rind with comfort and safety. Caption C'vn.rie>nre.
    strike of the freight handlers is
    very No. 6 South Palafoz: Street
    ' The Captious TlMH>k>jlan-Are
    I you
    TWO COLUMNS OF PROOF. different. lIe stated plainly that under -
    .' quite sure that this money in payuu-nt All Kinds oi: Plumbing; and Gas Fitting! Materials Keo' on H&n.
    DE \r. Mus I'IXKII.UII wasskk work. I know your medicine saved the resolution the longshoremenwould
    for salary Is tn-e from the taint of
    :\ and n..tiling.' IJ\.1 to do me any pond my life and I cannot praise it enough." leave their work the momentmen my "ELfJ"R.NfJ X25 '. I'ItN'o"OIJJ.A e'I.1
    Ji until I began taking Jlrs. rinkham's Mr... LIZ/IE l olCAI', unsaiictiticd hands and uses? I would

    t. inedieiue. 519 Smith M., Millville, X.J. were brought here to take the like to feel i-asy on tl..' subject

    t', *, It was Change of Life with me.. places of the screwmen.It The Chairman of the Church Committee -
    : and falling of the worub. I had severe AR MR.: PISKIIAM-I have I'm sure I ciinl Mr. 1
    is not believed however say J5r
    generally SAMUEL
    worked hard all Ufa, and whin the n
    1+ pains all tUrou.rh! niy lUll\!.". I had: a my Skwwmi, Fume of it looks IH if it ,
    \ terrible and Change of Life came I llowed very that the agents intend import
    a ooujjli people thought
    1, l for weeks at a time. 1 would had pone through many hands and Ii
    .i 1 had ptiun."I'l 'abor. have chosen time
    l'uu.a |I ing They a
    If: ,j: stop for a day or two, then ftartagain. beets put to many! uss. That SJO bill, SHOE MAKER
    "I silK :
    took: >ttlfs of Tallin I ,
    for this action when it
    'I' ;: I went to see a doetnr and i was opportune csiKflally, npiioars as it It might have
    J !'iul.hull'.rl.tai. :( fontnantl ;
    . 'It'.i and two ot 1:1.:1: Purifier, and two went throuh an examination, and I. for them and their best in a past. Of course if you have any i .L c4 REPAIRING NEATLY DOME: WHILE YOU WAIT,

    't i; true: + .1'\"I'r. Pi IK.and 1 am now stouter spent. two hundred. dollars for medi- terests. There is no cotton being scrupK-s shout it we won't insist upon l1 Wholesale and Retail Dealer Shoes,; Leather F .Jb".
    and tW't rV bills but I did
    t' vine > not
    th.n I have been fur a luuij time. I shipped\ from here. What little there your taking. CtHKl day.
    '. pet the relief I expected."At PJIONK 61-&. 07 SOl'IH I'.iI.tOMTIIEKT.; .
    . can do all inv work: 11<1"". t'.ianks! to The
    Captions Theologian) (hastily
    ; } 4 l that time I saw 1.(11. T.Pinkham's is might be disposed of in some other
    I.j li.i I:. ri''.s VrptabloCoin I-I l.l'li..v1"11 take the dllIH"l'S-nll.1

    i : ; oirul."If and Yfjjetalile its Coulpouudadvertid 1 have easy manner. the money.-Cle\elaiul Plain l i>alor.
    lean use.
    : :,11\ one wishes to write me, to "There are not over 5.000 bales of ,
    found it to be just what I needed.
    thc 1 will
    ; verify statements: gladly .
    cotton on the levee awaiting shipment
    rr : "I wish woman suffering
    'fl answer their letters. every OKXKU TAUUAGOXA IXTI'SJo S"l.\ STKKKTS.
    For Over yearn
    from f< trouble would try it. I ," the statement of Sixty
    i 111:.<:. CLAUA CIIEZEV, Jewctt, Ill. 'male. was a good
    recommend to all my friends." MF.S. WINSLOW'S HooTHiNa SYRCP bal Dealers in :\lJt$.Ihssntsr-Forseren: )Ins, ,y)(. DAILY, Millbank, S.D.: authority.
    been used for over sixty by millloniot
    nears I had K-ea suffering, was passing yean Choie and Groceries
    'I mothers for their children while teething, Staple Family oJ
    ; through the! Change of Life, and DEAR MRS. PISKHAM : I feel it \VVnti'Good Sen'Ice.HiKty < ,
    with perfect success. It soothes the child
    my womb had fallen; menses were so a duty I owe you and e'ery'Ilffl'rin
    .t. profuse that at times I was obliged; to woman in the land to tell of the IiiiiiicI-rK'asp, sir, till you toftens the gamsallay paincores wind Oar: Goods are Received Fresh Daily They are too many to enumerate,
    'f. lie on mybaekforsixw.teksatatime: wonderful results I have found in It-nil me a dime to get something to cOliC, and li the beet reme ly for DiarrhoeaIt and are Warranted to be the Beet the Market A(lords and can be ,

    could not raisn: my head from pillow. iiMn? Lydia 1*. Pilll.ham'se- eat? will relieve the poor little sntTorer im Relied on. We can Duplicate any Order liven us DUfinthe/

    f ] had been treatt-d by several physicians table CottipnuudandLiterPills.y Kwell-Why, you've got a quarter in mediately. Hold by Druggists every part Holidays and will Deliver Free to any Part of the City.

    ilt but ;trot no relief. Passiii1! through the Change of your hmtluow"I.nt's! that for? or the worU. Twenty-Hve cents a bottleBe
    I' t. I was advised by friends to try Life, some of the physicians consulted llUst) iiitl-Thafs' to tip the wait sure you ask for"Mrs.Wlnslow'g Booth-

    1,4'', Lydia I'. I'iiiUhiiiu's; Vegetable: said nuthlnir but an operation would Tl:-Ius.tull Clolif.iul ngSyrup,' aD d take n r other kl ads P.O. Box326.

    ; <'oiiii>oiii.l, \\lr.ih: 1 did, and after save me. l.ut your medicine alone J. E. Dubuisson & Bro.,
    eit it
    - -
    ' >' t .kin},' it six i weeks 1 was able to Icurl.a me."-:Mns! )l.USlLI.DEA:'\, PHONE 66.
    ' r>und all th'tinte and do wy h..ucliB First Avenue, Kvansville, Ind. I _\ itlch UK "-I. OPERA HOUSEI :Fn.U1il Grooorw..
    I FORFEIT if Vermi' "'hnt is it that makes men great.

    ; :i. S5080 awu te.uwU.41., ,.",,'h v,II rr..rr tt'rrr ,t"-.Iu... I:.'nwueue.s.LldL& I pnptf'"Persistent
    : I'lnUhaiu Medicate <:u., Lynn, )L.& .. advertising, &on."-
    t:4: my J I. COi:, 3Ianagt-r. .A. :M: Avery
    I Clcn I';tin! 1 ,..:iler.Thrc I .

    1 I THE ELOOD I '
    , I limn t<> -e"" .l-1tlr\l\I' "',Iwlth. time ns touch h'story! has been ONE NI(1HTONLV, (SUCCESSOR TO AVERY k WOOLFOLK:,,

    T. i ii"vt ... ,' ., .''... -.1'' ,.".. rub I Cannot remain pure if the liver is I written ass ever manufactured.IIltory TUIMUY, APL 14 IMPORTER AND JOBBER OFHARDWARES
    : : .. ,. : .., : \i\ 1 111 \;:. inactive. One function of tho liver is I --

    d iii .1 I l.l, ,. 'in.-....1'! 1 in* v. ill make is only a confused heap of
    I lo biter: the impurities out of the
    ; 'V, :.I'.>: :, -.. .h :::.d .-K-.u. Salt ; i facts.-Chesterfield.NO THE BiG MUSICAL COMEDY

    ..1'.1 ul: t.. I'P'f and the {iron mMM\ blood. Malaria, or other germs and I II

    (,V. r \ ;.;'iro'i,ly ii al:-o a very goo>1 tYtt poisonous uattcr cannot remain in I THE IRISH Iron, NailsAxeslthovtI.i I '.w Mill and Hteamb
    Supplies, Cooking and He-.tingrtoves, Paint, Oil
    (.f ..i.-:...ill;; th'',:". BAD TASTE. I
    ,i th- system v.hen the liver is active. Window Glass, Guns, Pistol and Fi-hing Tackle.

    vise. O M..Uitlitr nine.i.r.c' lI1r.\TICl"R\ the best liver tonic.It IlEP.TIC1R.taken in Children little I'' PAWNBROKERS... Agate and Tinware aim Iliuisefuriiislmig (l ot1.rW'AOENti .
    water is almost tasteless.
    All :life; S an t'vi-i-lli'i't ivUli! \vii: aid the liver in its work of
    ( '' I take It adults. ThereIs With the Farce Comedy Star Tri FOR BIRMINGHAM ROLLING MILL COMPANYtlRovere
    ti s-rii' wi1! wartat'UHf u.iats.I'.r elimination: ; it will tone up the blood can as easily as
    hhh.oonnCul r>f I butter bitter about the umvirate Giant rttitched Belting, Northampton Emery
    ; '\va oe: : absolutely nothing
    and keep it normally:: alkaline. It is Wheel 1 Co., Liftin A Rind Powder Co., Johnson's Kiltomine -
    red: 4.P: 1.Iliij': ; tajI.p.u.ufnlllf: flour taste that
    the best blood purifier and constitution nor sickening!: sweetness. Sullivan and MackAND ( Iron Kin? and Buck Stoves and Ranges, Wm

    and .iicain. Add laiC a pint of ; builder to be had. Sold by all: It positively does not gripe or irritatea COUP & Co.'i Raw Hide Lace Leather, Masury'3Made
    t d. from extract of '
    Ix-vf s'.iuk that t:::; Railroad Colors.
    delicate stomach, and its laxative
    s iKM-f W iiHslcind "tiruatilMno"th druggists.
    wiy j
    effect is and natural. All these Masonic Temple Pensacola. Fla.
    111N1 thick tVM-i'U to t.Kte. Ai'il one : I .Mazie Trumbull. .
    t .hiro good qualities combired in a medicine ..
    tlhll'sponllful; ofv' nv tor saiu j
    ,r mid one 4l o-n Uu-s chopped fine and Jfudgin's, fife 2rs/ j'r c. I is sure to please. That is why It has EOfLE

    simmer five minuh' I I i, so many friends. Sold by all drug- 25 POSITIVELY 25 TIME TABLE.


    N3' South Palafox street, for your Prices:-23,50,75c and U.I IN EFFECT DECEMBER 1. 1901
    A startling; incident iu narrated by
    electrical work. He is prepared to New Orleans and Mobile.
    John Oliver! if fol- : Chris Thiesen
    ( l'hi1addIhia, as do you a first- };s job at moderate I

    lows: 'I was in an awful condition. price?. Phone 203. i No.8. >o4. No.?. No.l I No 1. Sal
    7:15 a 12I\m! 11:06 I LenePeDla"olaArrln 6:00 I 4f1J p 'tee
    My skin was almost yellow, eyes sunk CORNERINTENDENCIA 9:50 a *::7 p \: a Leave_ Klomatcn__ Leave JM a I ZH p TIe: S
    OYSTERS AT NIC APOSTLE'SFine 11:00 a 1:22 p r::ii a I L.-ave- Mobile __ Leave 12:'" n'tl) 1J'IS n flit
    .h en, ti'iKi'e coated rain continually! in ."_ _'_ H:25p 7::% a L"8Vl''o>vr Orleans. Leave III.'p 7ds _
    bacK: and sides r-o appetite growing oysters. today. Try them. North.THE .

    ,l1 1 weaker day by day. Three physicians NIC APOSTLE. I One Block West of Palafox. I -

    No !. No. '. No.1 No I.
    had :given m up. Then I was KEEPS THE FINEST BRANDS OF 11:05 pm 12:15 p m Leave Pensacola _Arrive 4:00 pm 6 fl' m
    NAVAL SI011K4 MAI'.UhT.: 8:15am 8:57pm Arrlve3ontilomer.ene I1:15am 9 v 5 pDl
    lb advised to use Electric Hitters; toE i I
    --- l U:5IIam 8ljpm ArrITe.. lrmIDllbamLene 8:33am
    'y great joy, the first bottle made a H\"ro.-rf'd Da1l1The Newt bj I 1:05 p m 1:10 II m rrl"8_ 1I8blIe _Leave _..._.
    I J 2aJ a m 11:11111 m Arrive _LoutevllleLeave 1:111 p m i5 I m
    .1<'('I'e.1 lnpro\ement.: I continued t'nionSITat Smm (:0. I 1Oam: 11:59am Arrive_ClncluoatlLeave 8CJlpm llspin!

    +i their use for three weeks', and am RO.IP. ir i PUREST[ I lI LIQUORS I 1Oam: 1llpm Arrtvn.__ ..MLLoah..Leavii: 4:15pm r.'som _

    n>i\v a well man. I know they robbed I I ,vss --...... r) 11._ .__I''w 10: I PEN3ACOLA AND RIVER JUNCrION.I .

    1 G_ .. '''_'. __ '. .1111. \ l
    the of another: victim Xo I
    grave i S_...... _. .-._ 8 3.j Y __ ____ 2 ()'i, 21-l>llIy No. 1-1>11Iy I No atop where time not .bown So. I-I>ally o. hi-lilt

    one should fail to try them. Only CO; .....-_ ...........S : E.-._ ___. .203D. i FOR 4 :
    (-,'nls, guaranteed at W. A, D'Almberie's -l E ____ : nl ._ : 01I ): llM UII\\ night pm 1:00 1:11": a m 'Lu\'B" __ t'eDI8cola.Arrtve Eohemla_ 10:87 10:50 pm" 1:04 8BtJ:: p'm

    121 S. Paafos! ttreet. -.-. ... .-. 5w C.tblow__ :! uO ; 12O" 1:111" YnlfJ.tra....., 10:84 8)1 .,
    F IIITIt T..R'llITU'I-iO Family or Iedicina1 Use U:28" 1:18 II _Elclmbla._ lon D:h7

    .______ __ __ A PLUNGE 121" 1:25" Mull' __ 10:21 6.45
    12.811" Tp! ___ Harp __ 10:11 Stet:
    1M" II _Ol'Clt 5 .
    12M" 10.16 : .
    FOB Into the suds at our Laundry U:6oI: 111II" Milton __ 10:10 Da::! ,
    50PIECE DINNER I lao a m ._. .. ,Good Kanle II ..!,II
    SUFRFF will not harm your clothes, but will 1:1'1II" 8:111' II __ HOIU__ a 1:16 4:115: .
    1'lQ" __ .. 9:76 '.11
    8'110 Ulllllin ;
    The Sailor Lan
    make them fresh
    WnnVrfal indncrauot to wll oar twKTrrj or Illan. and spotless. Our I ISII" 8:118 _Cre.tYlew 8:1' 4'A: ;
    pur.hMrrol a pound cu of !>... IUkl.(fnMcTunr ..... work Is always well doneand our deal-, IOO.t 8:6e: _Deer Land 8:11II ,:1.1
    Pun S,,.ti wiU imnnthtt bmuulul H alrr.a t ..aiat ':21" 11:19 Mo"y Head 8:40 IIq M
    or. iHUhrtndKi RI_,(aim=$.'lo"Jyh.etota.etnrr rtK'ninnhrrtUitHucrf Ings honest. If you are not suited 4:01" 1I3DeFunlllt6prtnll.. .. 8:18 ; 5:41
    ii t:18" II __ 1:N I 1.11"
    of 110.1.1 arurl.aa tar ru :t0. : Argle.
    Teerer.latywl'oeNlaf"anrneamuf 1'...kif B..... P'er Swedish Punch, Danish Aquaril, come to us and get a few measures of ,;to' 161 ..Ponce dl LeOIL- 1:211 1:1'
    IInIJior..l&o".I'-. ....Ia... _.'.tl-.I..dr.J. N4urrrdhwi.e.eererrlnrrywegrraI1n4 i German Kummel and other brands satisfaction. 6:00" 10:10 __We.t"IIl__ 1:11" 1:116 "
    ..... mdy dMonted* of Wines and 6:09 10:111 Clr"Ule_._ 1:11" 1:6V ..
    I"IHe Dt.m imported Liquors. .
    a aa44ero Te.ML '"-1.- 11', |i 6.11. 10.1J ...... 8I16't I iii
    dons rimn any........y to ad......... Kmply trail na TOOT roux oolflY ..
    and vldKM aiki'oviU forvuit oardiffenxili l and u.fur.m ,i: 8:00" 101 _b1pley_ 181" I:'4
    > tux
    o Here only will find the X. C. ,.
    nna i. will .. w..4.e4 hM -. you STAR LAUNDRY 00. ;IIJ 11.11 _-CoU.ondale_... 8.18" UIII uot
    .H.led'a f:v hour.* rkH>will aao.raa. .: =cJeliwr Oa twit and eoOMl UM bNeii Bowen. Kentucky Whiskey, :i years 1:00" 11.211" a ..... .MarIIIlDI 8f I'.:I' "
    1\1 \\e allow lux* euh r-mmiuwion if ynraral. we pay all racbu, w/alas pA old. 1:110" 11:66" 6J111" 11:45: s"ra
    P1": a C..b.I'eahShS Bklrt Watt Mulnl I....... ,L.s&V.q.I.. Waatty l .M W. INGRAHAM, Prop., Cyrm"I D:4
    him'fTpdtWffulMj de nNr. rarT x(ucMUmg oar gooOk Wntelorll.n.sMfolltolt. tu.a 1:60" 11l) _(}rand Rldle_ 6:112"
    AAL\0I rrUEM t OMk-AVV. iflMf _A lit* Ptae l/ ..&. ..*-.., Valhalla Branch, corner Garden BTCI8.' 12f6 noon I. __ r.e&d. 61" 1IJ\ij.
    We_lire our readers that the Salvooa Sapplie Company u Uwroocbly reliable/ Bdlor..I|I street and 10th avenue. .Phone 114..372 E. Garden St. :111' 12:111 if ArdveR1Y.rfincLlonLeave 6:10" 10J.,

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    oTttOIStrJIh. 1 SERVICES AT THE CHURCHES i A Man of Meanscan A Not Usually So Fatal. REMARKABLE CURES 4[t4't .:

    man from
    4 > Pittsburg was intro- Are Being Made Daily Free of Chargeby

    ; .......................... ill-afford to be without the duced to Representative LittlefielJ the Red Cross Physicians, Who In..

    Catholic.St. of Maine one day during the litecon21'ess. Are Located at 111 West Chase j(
    hers pamphlet The
    ' to give my as are their ambition, published by '
    tIJ m. with Wine of triumphs and defeats. Michaels -Order of divine ser Street-Services for Three Months t

    :f am 'cry grateful Healthy women do not suf vice for the summer: First mass, 7 a. Mutual Life Insurance "I spoke in rittslmrg last fall," Are Civen Free to All Invalids! Who lj ; t

    I f3f"" After my first fer miscarriage nor does m.; children's! mass. 8 a. m.; last mass Company of New York-" A said Littlefield. Call Upon Them Before April 21.
    Vo'1Srborn I cool& not a woman who "
    ; is.healthy 1'es said the
    and sermon, 10 a. m.; evening devo-- Titfsburg man,
    tO -gam my strength. suffer tortures at childbirth.ur.n Banker'sVil1 It explains a "I ran for office there and I A staff of eminent physicians and I
    the dJCtcr me It is the who is ail 11nsI: p. m. was ,
    ,i.ough give woman surgeons from the Red Cross Medical ( ,.
    a.!; Vo.jch! h* considerd ing-who has female weak- curious provision in the will of beaten. by only 7,000.: Institute have at the urgent solicita. :

    a ccY 5t1OfP. but instead of ness-who fears the ordeal St. Joseph's, Rev. Father Fullerton, the President of National "Heavens! said LittIef e1J.I'r tion of a large number of patients un :

    g b husband of Cardui builds np the womanly Bank in New York branch ot the In. 3j'
    mass, 10:00 a. m.; benediction 7:30p. : City, and spoke out in Omaha in 1900 for Dave a permanent
    home. mningwithuld Je.1ftd in It
    S one t'lrat. a woman. stops
    in 111Vest Chase -
    stitute this city at B>-
    "fIDe of Cardui andin.r- -i-i--- all unnatural drains and m. gives the list of securities in Mercer, and they didn't beat him street. lMiP

    ssj eie that! 1 take it for a wuk and au strains irregularities which are responsible which the until 1902."-New York World. The eminent gentlemen have decided fl,&

    I it",. : do for me. As be seemed for barrenness and miscar Methodist Episcopal Church, largest accumulationof to give theIr services entirely frea .' t

    t3 b much faith in it I did take the riage. It makes a woman strong and South Palafox street Rev. Dannelly, trust funds in the world is The DlicoTery of Felt. for three months (medicine excepted), J1 '
    kiMlO.::! waS very grateful to find healthy and able to through
    pass pregnancy all wto call them for r F1I
    to invalids
    i: slowly' returning la two and childbirth with little suffer- pastor. Services tomorrow at 11 a. invested. The pamphlet is sent Felt is a union of animal hair with upon -j
    : treatment between now ana April 21st fj
    1.1 r33 out of bed and in a month ing. After the ordeal is passed the m. and 7:0: p. m. wool In such a manner as to produce a .
    These services consist not of -
    only con.sultation tp
    usual dutio. Iv Wine free to those who write for it. firm, compact substance: its discoverywas j'l
    take for
    j i&to lip my prepares a woman a speedy Program.-Opening anthem "The ,;. examination and Ivice, but J 4
    ; athuiUstic ia its praise." to health and of BO much importance that it
    ( : recovery activity. j- '
    a:1 y Shout of Victory Ashford by choir. This ranks also of minor surgical operations. The ;
    loTHEKHOOD' is the noblest dnty Wine of Cardui, in re-inforcfog the first In ASMU.Fml seemed necessary to attribute it to divine object in pursuing this course is to f .t ,
    Hymn 123. "Coronation. Prayer. -
    M highest privilege of agency. and hence we have a tradition .
    and women organs generation, has made mothers ln Amount Paid become rapidly and pereorally acquainted I-
    tL|| !II can: achieve orapireto. Without of women who had given up hope of Scripture lesson. Hymn 117, "Joyful Ag. Poilcyholderi.Fi's11o of saintly origin. When St. Clement wUh the sick and adicted. I. 4 '

    this pri\"ilf'gewomen do not ever becoming mothers. Wine Cardui Tidings." Offertory "Christ Is Risen," was fleeing from Ills persecutor* and unuer no conditions will any r: fj,1-

    ;',' "Ii re i U in life-too often they will cure almost any case of barrenness Quartette, Messrs Spencer and Kich- TilE :MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE hIs feet became blistered and in orderto charge whatever be made for any services ? lt 3

    ) I'; Tu the world discontented, except cases of organic trouble. How abate the pain he placed wool be- rendered for three months to jI ::1
    r and Madames and Drawner.
    jp in their own celfish cares can you refuse to take such a remedy Pebley COMPANY OF NEW YORK tween his saudals and the soles of big all who call before April :21st.! The jI4 .
    ? '_, 't 9. How different is the thatpromisesmchre1ieffromsufferiig? Collection will be a Free Will Off RICHABD A. McCuncr, PrttidcnLCKClTj doctors treat all forms of diseases and e ,'
    feet On continuing his the
    b:: ">!f-r. watching her children Wine of Cardui simply makes you a ering for Missions. Sermon, Rev. Syl journey deformities, and ginrantce a cure in P. j
    inanlioo-l: an womanhood. strong woman, and healthy WILIiCOX. )Jana er. wool by the perspiration, motion and
    r ) strong 'ester'eeks,' D. D., subject, "Resur.r every case ..ey undeitake. At the : t.
    b\ rIi\"eu3 many lives as she hasr"ia women do not suffer. Ter1ook for- Jacksonville, Fla.S. pressure! of his feet became a uniformly first interview thorough examination! ; .

    -ti sr jojs and sorrows are ward to motherhood with joy. text Phil. 3d chapter 21st L. PORTER, Special Agt. compart substance which was after is made, and, if incurable yon are

    -LLI---f J5 U.JL. verse. Hymn 904"Tbe Crowning Day." ward denominated felt also advised against
    Pensacola, Fla. frankly! told so: I' 4'tpeadiug
    A million suffering women Choir will have, violin and cornet accompaniment money for uselo-.s treatment ft. I

    \lyiNEofCARDVI have found relief in by Messrs White and Embarrahsed."What I Vale and female weakness: catarrh s. flj I

    Wine of Cardui. Weeks. Ucnediction. Continuity of Life" and Sunday night, a beautiful luncheon!" said and catarrhal deafness; also vanoccle, J4 l

    -- b1 __J "The Great Commission." Mrs. Irwin the guest: I rupture, goitre, cancer and all diseases -- ..
    Services at the evening hour.flev.Valter '
    spoke last Sunday on the "Cruelfixion" "Ye." answered Mr. Cumros "mother of she rectum, are positivelycured
    \ 0. Isaacs chaplain U. S. S. and the girls say It is all right" by tticir new IreattC'nt.I :: j ty ,; .
    CEOICESTOf I .. Kcarsarge: presiding. Anthem, choir. an appreciative congregation "But you aren't enjoying; it" I Their chief associate surgeon of tho 1j ; i .
    notwithstanding the fact that .. ,
    I institute will be in person: charge.
    Hymn C70, From GreenlanJs! Icy "No. I'm a little embarrassed. I've t 1 .

    If You Have Mountains." Prayer and Scripture.Ilynin some of the papers had erroneously been standing: over here trying to fig- 'I Offices Office! hotrs IllVest:9 J a. 7 p. ra.: San- 4' I .
    stated she absent
    was from the city.
    j which
    out the
    are are edibles and
    :: "" 015 "Come Over and Help l"s is .lays,10to1. ; :
    mTil.r\ ;she was absent only one Sunday, which are the tll'roration.s.Wast1ngtOIl :
    'ff .
    f the Remarks Rev. S. Weeks
    tT4l? H: I I' -" Cry
    Star. I
    I. :J I iiLh I Larch 22nd.::
    D. D., 'oman'sVork for Woman.

    _AT: I i : Rheumatism. "Is it Nothing to You, 0! Ye Christi A Hlitorirnl Artifice. I I NEW SCHEDULE. : ll I r ;,'- J1;j jH <

    I ans," Mrs. A. W. !rR'yno1ds. Song; Little Willie-S.iy. pa. what's\ a war- 't,;, '
    0 POSTLE'S i i'' Christian. ship? OF' :- : ..r : 'I :: :
    "I'll Go Where You Want Me to Go. I' ,
    URG''SOLAcItt'eRttest .land Central Christian Church, No. 16 ml'chan.1 ... '
    Pa A is [ ;
    warship, my son, a :.
    Juvenile Master RuIns .
    & Report: Society, RITZ
    11 r."t r rnmt1n. 9 t u, cure East Rumana street-Junior Christian leal device used iu manufacturing hi* t ttory. SILKIES : I ;... ..: :' .SI \.;
    tl last
    LJ )
    lli. Report
    [ "1 \ you. It also curee Liver Kidney and secretary. Endeavor at :9 I a. .m.; Sunday .-CLicago News. | { .
    j ;
    Bladder J. N. ROUIKS: Minager. .
    diwasefl, caused by an ul'l'filof year's work Mrs. R. J. Favorite, sec k'
    f '. 'ordova r.3tlurJ.nt :r.tJ\ eric acid. It never full and builds np school at 10 a. m.; Y. P. S. C. E. at I ,;, "
    I the health and trergth while using it. retary. Report annual m'eting.Iiss 11 a. m. The \\Inter of DUcontrnt. j{ Lave Fffpnrt Jlonday and ,; .. ,s

    0:. ""i!I'.o'11 of Pineapple at II.71ThisPlinyrapAlPSirerar.T.or I &UdXflP. Price.for$1 book per of bottle.wonderful For sale certificates i ipr Catherine Ilullard, delegate. Reviewof Salvation Army. The four seasons are seldom on good I Thursday iiiomuij V. ', .'. I "'' ".!'

    ,'(lJ dozpu by dniRRisw. If your druggist can notsupply terms with each other. There is deciJinl Arrive l't'u'acola Monday and "to' .,.I'I
    II! : special work, Mrs. F. C. Harwell\ Capt. and :\McAllister in charge. a -, :', !
    _ _ _ _ I you it will be tent prepaid upon coonp between autumn and Thursday 1! !!ht. '.;
    of Addrua Remarks by .
    - ; receipt price. corresponding secretary. Meeting every night at 8 o'clock and I.-pave' Pensacola! Tuotday and ; :; : 4' :

    i Chaplain Walter G. Isaacs. Collection also 2t1 m. Sunday Sunday schoolat Bprliig.-Philadelphia Record. Friday mVbt. ,.1- ) !. .' ,
    p. ;
    ::,,;, UrIc sol! ClieiDical CO., Los Angefs1CaI.! I :t d ;
    'Tf".T-i : orthi Special \\'ork'V.. F. Missionary Soci i 2SO: every Sunday. All are cordially Arrive at Freeport Wednesday '. : j
    ) .
    ; '
    :_..1 I L. N. BRUNS KICK! &. CO., ety. Song SG8 "Footprints of Jesus." invited. AFTER LA GRIPPE-WHAT and Saturday morning : : : a i| .

    '1 .: : i
    ; New Orleans, La. Dene ictbn. Polite ushers will seatcangrE'ga Unusually a hacking cough and a ; Lr i V. 'St
    t-:) Ilolsam .)f (V.\ialta. I MEN AND WOMEN.TM l '
    Christian Science.
    t t ion. general feeling of weakness often :
    fnr nnnataril : I .1-tu
    Cvlwb Pie
    an<] InjectionsiTX".D481i Distributing Agents. li
    r& ;I j MtueogeeVharf.Revival services Special servicesul! be conductedby leading to fatal results after the patient .,.. du.cb&rgoe.inflamin&iI'.Dl. ,fSs j fGesrsat.4
    ruey ;" lirILi' I irritation* or ulcerationS \ It'otioiulctoe.
    ."T.,.. 1 "'1' ,,'tlJl..1itoy 'n. .r, tonight at 7:30:: and Sunday night at Judge W. G. Ewing Christian is supposed to have passed the For sale J FrmBto f tafU* PftiQlnfl, n l not aatflO I
    '< .,, by 7:3D.: ) Rev. J. M Dannelly preachingat Scientist, at the Pensacola Library danger and '
    't c:) III(VII b 1'I ETC; point. Foley's; Honey S.ITHEEVANSCHEMIULCO. grot or puiminoua. ,. .S ,::1,
    KIDNEY KAHN both hours. Sunday at 11 o'clock. The public Is Tar is guaranted to cure the "grippe \clKcIttuno"""" *-" by DrugIit", "p.1( fi t. I
    t.s.1. or lent 10 rt' wrapper ,.J
    .- cordiiUy invited. coug'a" and make: you strong and 1>T *ipr w. rrrpaid. for ,<.'S .1.: I j
    S tl 00. t.r3 tttl..CZ75.'S \t "
    ST. KATHARINE'S CHURCH well. It never fails to stop a coughif t Circular Iciuo reque.L t I "i

    D. HALE WILSON, CERVANTES AND 6TH AVE. Seamen's Friend Society. taken ia tim Take: no substi' ----- -__ ".SI; .' !.''i' 1 I
    'I '.1.1r' !
    Holy communion at C, S and 12 The Seamen's Friend Society will tutes. eK'csTc3:: z.cJs ; Or'. .
    ,hold religious services at :3:20: p. m. I I ; I
    o'clock. Matins at 11 o'clock with service f hn fu PitLSti' ;
    Real Estate and '
    Rental ( .
    Agent :Sunday in their reading room on .. t;
    by the rector followed by the -; .nd" I.. ': .. !
    South Falafox street, in the corner A ( ll.1Tn".I'I! Cure loT i iK -' "Arr" : S .. :, ; ;
    Holy communion at 9:0:: in the morn building north of the Scandinavian .5 Sc ,,' 'i,, ,'tfI, ( ,it'-I'. 's J (.,Lb1.. l j "1' :. -"j1i;
    I .::'. ;.' I I 'd ti
    .I 'a :
    la' Soutli .. '
    Palnfov Street, Itching, 1'I1r.d. Picilimit or FftruJtngFiN ,1" _. ... : ,
    church. anJ citizens of aU t! i
    ing. The children's service with breakof .. It.:. .. "
    ... \"lIr niil ,. "" ; .. !.w... .". 1.. ."" /./ <
    c.rug.l.t -lcc-l ,
    denominations arc invited. II. C. jour 4-- I II
    imlHO! 2t< 1 I-f. of. Ii -1 i
    PENSACOLA FLORIDA laten banks and distribution of I aser I : i'I.r .' :.
    I iCubhiuan secretary. mo-.-viI I'"ZO nixr.Vt.NT: fail to cure .... v ;
    Eggs at 7:30: in .':", f
    ; evening. Evensong ,
    I 1
    yea. iocecu I ,', -.n. .. ., '
    I '
    Visitation of the uishop the lit. Rev. Saints Meeting. .T ,'_ ... :.. ft. *i I
    i r, !
    __ ,
    Classified] Advertisements Dr. Edwin G. Weed who will will hold ,
    administer Latter Day Saints services -- -- ----- ----- -- (sr : j itLi

    the right: of confn mat ion and preach. in Saints hall 523 East Chase J. A. VAN PELT. J. C. VAN PELT. : '
    street Sunday night at &:30 o'clock.
    The offering in the morning service
    -- -
    D. Powell, presiding. I
    will bt> giun to a fund to: enlarge the VAN PELT BROTHERS

    ONE CENT A WORD.MONEY chancel and build in an organ. The Colored Church. ,

    _. offering in tie evening will be givento No. :23C!: East Intendentia street.:
    --'----- ---- missions of the diocese. Sunday school at 9:30::: a, m. Preaching

    i? TO LOAN \- ---,,WANTED.VNTEDOrganizers--.- for. an estab- Morning: Musical service.Program.- Processional Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30:: p. m. STAPIiE Ap fANCY GROCERS.FRESH .

    I")I. ,.' ,- nable terms and hslud Fraternal Insurance Company hymn, 250;; -Marion. Anthem 'Christ OMON'S.SEE ELECTRIC LIGHTS AT SOL L'.NEG 0? DELICACIES RECEIVED DAILY AND DELIVERED I t.

    w,. with
    plans and business
    Our Passover is Sacrificed for t's"-
    J W hULLAUD, :i:1:
    ::- :-;, ,i P ,. fix, LTp-Stairii. methods. Large salaries paid Marnist. TeDt-um-Jackson. Jubi- Try The News, 10 cer.ts per week,
    J. A. WSIXIN, Manager.HOHEY Rood m<:>n."nt... for full particu- ate;-Read. hymn 117-1'&ran. Ky- Have Adcsd! to Stock a Complete: Assort.nent cf Anti.Rust Tinware. Positively '. 'j

    !-Ir.;. TilE UNITED AMERICANS, ne-'Holly. Gloria tibi-Holy. Guaranteed Not to Rust. This is Sorret'iing that Housekeepers I : ,j

    TO LOAlC Warder TIM;;., Washinston D. C. 11G-Anmathea. Ofertory lIymn'l have not: had the Opportunity to Purchase :fcre. .
    flI C \\Vat &
    March :2Soaw4\\! 'Why Seek Yt Living Among the ; ; n
    'II'' 1 i-. h,>r6.vasii;, .
    lead?"Eabtman. Sanctus Holly. VAN PELT BROTHERS
    : "1 ''I'!' .Io'! other kinds of ACTIVE CATHOLIC LADY TO WORK
    ;i' ': i': ; :'" I'.usinef'S r>rir. Communion nymn 231.:: Gloria in Ecilsis \- ; 4.TELEI'HONE
    ', .. .. AT HOME. $:U6 paid for 12:! days INSURANCEAND ; .
    > KOtrantefd.1' Old Chant. Uunc dimitis Re-
    cy -
    NO. 231 jt 31 EAST GARDEN ST. I
    1' : >; x .wt. A. A. KMier. trial. Permanent if satisfactory. ? ? 9 I
    colian. Hymn, 121-Victory- -
    2m tf John Cngwall Lakeside Building REAL ESTATE -- -- -- r5IL :1 I

    Jln.\M! :l'II.J\-W. It. )leri.w. -Chicago.WANTED- --- .---- First Baptist Church. No.I South Palafox Street. Doors andVindov : 4j1tI

    r. I .. ,
    \ '('I\t. Money to
    5 YOUNG .MEN from Baptist Church.
    :, ",
    '" -hit' rate of interest
    ;: i -MI.I'OtUce' 112 aud E-cal11bia County at once to pre- First Baptist church Rev. F. Jones Partial list of dwellings for rent in \ Screens
    :, : pre: f,)r Position* in the Oovtrii-:
    i" I \: 'I5 '-trct.t.N1 pastor.-inere will be services at this various parts of the city:

    meut Hi-rvlce. Apply to church tomorrow at 11 a. m. and S p. JJO.:: -Corner Bajlen and Cervantes HAVE YOU THOUGHT OF
    tll: n I. : Iuter. tatl: Corres. In > .' UII Improved Jtdar lUpuis, Ia. m. Morning subject, "The Risen street. :2! story modern dwelling ; THE PROTKuTIOX AND
    > iii Lr"e <>r mall
    1 .t I, w r.ito of iiit >re-t. -- d&wlflt'or Christ. Night. 'The Risen Life." with 9 rooms. COMFORTTHKY AFFORD\ ?
    ---- ---- -
    *.'.. '.,' K;. Iwuk.., attorney IL *lIt- Sunday school. 9:30: a. m., E. D. Beggs. $:!;;.-East LaRua street, 2 story
    ; ,' t :* 1'.ilafox St., Fisher superintendent. Young People's service dwelling with 12 rooms. AH! Get Prices Now.
    :Sin 1 m FOR HKNl'-In opera home:j build-
    -1\1.\\ --- n'R ou ground lloi>r, one store and at 7 p. m. A cordial invitationto modern convenience bath on zs

    \ '.Vk-Uo you LCHCJi (.t1ice; 011 H'coud iloor, three utlieps.feb21) all\ to attend tuese services. tipper floors, corner lot, nice ,
    I t ) U. G. mi & CO.Tclcphcu.1.o
    i :n borrow A
    .. ". on easiest: yard and shrubbery, stables, ltAL.k4ftI1;

    t., I .\' -i riu's auywlitre NICELY furnished rooms with bath Presbyterian.First outhouses, etc.
    11. 1'
    11;:j'roved city real $1.i;.) and J2.UO week; with good Presbyterian church. Rev. ?23.: North Palafox street; a nice one ; -t
    :7' \'. Fi'.litr 2U4 "' .:- -- ?.If :
    in. >gS. ;
    modern with *
    P story dwelling .
    \ board fj.OO; week; central location Linn R. Walker pastor.-Senices at

    lu-tl 2ti t; South Spring street between 11 and .:3J; Sunaay School at 9:30: a. hard wood floors, all modern
    IF \ I \', J11U1'AL mm! mm\ {
    in- conv eniences.
    \ .. lrr..w m'nfv. West Romana and Garden streets. m. C

    ;, .; iour roptrty Transcient solicited. mlDlnIHJK $ .50.-l0:: West Gregory street; :2! '

    ". "' ", .t>It MI( tit propertyf)**, buy or !' -'AI4E. German Luthran Church. story dwelling with 7 rooms. S 8 Years Old, In Cases of 4 h\l\! Quarts, at S3 23 per c:$! 'j .j JSI

    "ii. have rent* colUs .. Services for rioly Week. $20.-:210! North Barcelona street; 2
    -- -- -- if! 4
    ". ut'end. d to, FOR SALE Large ice box suitable! Tomorrow Palm Sunday! confirmation story dwelling with S rooms. rrmiS WHJ.-KEYis: distilled at the NeNon Co. :

    k r. "",I'1 < ". \VatiU for store or butcher service. English at 10:30:: a. m. $13.: -:311: West Garden street; 5 room i JL Ky., Di-tillery, and i is fully matured in wood

    A. ; ,-1.1' ii'du IIJ"nrHII'e shop. In good order and will Le Maundy Thursday English service cottage. briere bottling. it H ab-olutely pure and not excelled '
    >t t, Kl.Vi VIargt> '
    l in quality by any Whiskey of the same age -if .
    :. .1" r\ont who buys sold to make room for new one. 7:30:: p. m. Good Friday, German service $13.-:313 North Spring street; C room no matter where produced. The Royal Htnndard 1 j }

    \f,' \ .WK will lend ii.outy As.'w; S. A. FRIEDMAN. with holy communion at 10:30: house with gas, water, etc. n eight years old when bottled, and, considering J :i

    buil 1 a licu-e. Kd-tl a. m; confirmation at lU a. ni. Holy $12.30.:! -.417 East Gregory street, 6 its' excellent quality, is the cheapest whibkey in j l

    J', t. :'\ H. FOP. SALE" -The most desirable communication will also be administer room 2 story dwelling. tl;,,) market at that price. As a beverage, and as

    F' lots in the city on easy terms, by an ab-olutely pure stimulant, there i is none better ;
    :: '"1 h of Keys. Owner tile Fisher Real Estate Agency, ed in English Easter night. Announce- $12.50.-S06 East Gadsden street, 5 dhipped in cases containing no marks whatever to

    ':: .':>" l>y calling at this 204)2 South Palafox. IbalmJlonrdhl ment for holy communion Thursday I room cottage. I&N indicate contents it purchaser, upon examining ) '

    :'::.: S, '.-: iiroporty; and pay- --- Jlnu-.c_ afternoon at the parsonage and at : $ 1.-Cll East Belmont street, 5 room the whiskey Is not fat i-fled with the quality he .f. ', 4
    I L 't't'. 17tt can return the same at our expense aLd money ,
    night after service at the church. cottage.
    F. will be refunded. 4 :
    BOARDING HOUSE at WneelerSpring1
    :t i'd
    -i! hull Terrior, '
    ;() East Belmont street, 5
    $11.- All orders should be accompanied by either
    Mar Ether, Fla.. Mrs -
    : : : The Church of ChristChurch -
    aik. Call F. M.
    1j on Condon, proprietress. All the rooms. .Gsr'vLA1.I :: currency, postofSce money order, bank draft or express t$ i -
    r Garden and Pala- of Christ, corner of Alcaniz ? 1# e order. We refer to }t'icstatlonn.l .
    o comforts of home at very reasona $12.:! 419 East Intendentia street, 6 money
    ...'l. 1w. Me rate Northern tourists will and Jackson streets-Bible school, cottage. $J Bank or any merchant in Pensacola.
    room _
    9:45 preaching at 11 a. m. and
    fad this an ideal place to pend a a. m.;
    __ HI :\IO\\L. $10.-1C6 East Chase street, 5 room
    b L- portion! of the eason. 12nlm 7:0:: p. m. by W. T. Tracy of Viola S. A. FRIEDMAN
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    \VOXD, the tailor, ha.. rl'- I Tean.prayer; meeting Wednesday at cottage. : ,
    v I ; : : \\'P..t Government ,i --.2ne..n: $ 9.-910 East LaRua street, 4 room i
    .:30 Song at evening
    p. m. practice
    l"i' I'spre ILALFMANumbrellaznaker,315South -
    pr. ;' red to CtfiP'1 Palafox street. Recover service begins at 7:15 o'clock. Come cottage.A ,
    list of smaller dwellings, as
    : 'P.- i i"'*' and inland repairnsof umbrellaaac and join us in these services large tI1S&Ir P. O. BOX 418. TI.II'IJJ; 1'::> j j1
    ;. ,..".., .nte-I pirisols; \ "IU cialty. Silk cover well as a number of stores and offices

    11 elwiys on hand. j Jan 3 EASTER SERVICES AT THEUNIVERSALIST for rent. iIILISA
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    .5 ''' ; made from $t.50 upOii r.rI handle every class of LIquors sold! JQ } 's

    :" t\ .q', ':FlIL',! -. I'lUufqc- I sewing as reasonable, 26 South I, Rev. Mrs. Irwin pastor of the Leading Real Estate, Rental and hulk or bottle, wholesale or retail, at prices that '
    :; -IT in HliGo..c1": I
    down. !
    ;: : 't Articles! Hair Oil l Spring between West Romana and Universalist church has announced for Insurance Agents, 1 South Palafoi I 5- are way :

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    Peake and Mr. Flower. These with Recessional Hymn, 464. on the young lady was successfully
    GOOD LUCK I the window, were moved from the old Evening Service at 7:30. performed by Dr. Blocker, of Pensacola. '"

    church as was the Hyer memorial wIn- Processional Hymn, 520. .

    dow and the other large windows.On Chant.- -
    entering the vestibule on the Chant.- J. J. Borrow of Re-1 Level, Ala and

    It is not hard to tell why there Is such aireaiendous right there Is the notice board below Hymn, 10:). Albert Jernigan of 'U'hitefield, Fla., are
    I which 'is the brass mounted alms box, Hymn, 5::;5.Offertory"Arise. prominent arrivals of timber men to
    demand for"GOOD LUCK Baking a memorial. There are three doors and Shine for thy day. They are at the Merchants.
    Tffder: Ita Great Leavening Power and jterf eel leading into the church, the large Light is Come," by Dudley Buck.
    double center swinging ,doors, and on Recessional Hymn 15. George L. Nies of the Iowa, was at
    ":.j make it. either side are single doors. These, lire Merchants hotel last night and
    as all the other doors of the church, Admiral Higginson has cancelled all the many guests ai the popular house

    hate the very handsome antique brass social engagements for the fleet for a kept the sailor very busy tiling his
    Richmond V*. I mountings and fixtures. To the righton period of ten days on accout of the ac-' version of the accident of Thursday. t k

    ... I I. entering is the Baptistry, an alcove cident on the Iowa. The grand social I II c..1""
    -- ---- -- -- -
    in which is the font a handsome events which were to take place next I A. L. Langellier reached Pensacolalast lJ
    IN 1 N N e e
    '1 I memorial. ...11 thememorials have been week have been postponed, as 'has night from Chicago. Sirs. Langel

    brougnt from the old church. This been the smoker for the men of the lier accompanied him on this trip.

    SOCIAL ECHOESe is lighted on either side with six fleet. Too much cannot be shown to
    : : I
    B. F. Rainey and M. T. Mils, prominent -
    and electric lights. The chandeliers men who bear the brunt of the service -
    citizens of Mobile, are at the
    .....................e... : and fixtures for lighting the churchare in t_. time of peace and war. I II | Merchants hotel toda .

    CHURCH. .1:1 the gift of the Junior Guild of I
    I Mr. F. C. Brent, junior, is at home Mai'A
    Christ Church stands Christ Church. Mr. W. C. Dinwiddie came down +u w
    on a visit to his parents. "Tino's" many
    completed for the first service, Easter I The church is lighted with both gas from the model settlement of Gates-
    friends are delighted to see him.
    Sunday morning at 7:30.: at thel and electricity, and the large and spacious I wood, Ala., last night and at the Merchants
    rector Rev. Pc-rcival H. Wbaley. will edifice is brilliantly lighted by Mrs. H. T. Wright, Mrs. Marian hotel met .lessrs. P. S. Moller

    officiate. ,either means. Caldwell and Mrs. Lucius S. Brown i and Dr. H. C. Keller, of Chicago, who
    The style of architecture is> that I There are 190 sixteen candle power will return from New Orleans :Monday'I are both prospective investors at

    Known as the Spanish renaissance,{ electric lights tastily arranged in various morning. These ladies have been I Gatcswood. The Chicago gentlemen;

    which was chosen for two reasons. It I portions of the church, and in spending a few weeks very pleasantly are financially very comfortably fixed.

    is :In keeping with the historical at addition there are 10 gas lights. The 'i in the Crescnt City. I A GROUP

    mo rere of this city, and it all;>ws of ;! burners of the gas lights are in the I 1''

    t. ar'Mnwirents that are instrumental inj I shape of candles.At Mr. John Campbell Avery, junior,THREE' SHIPSTO ...OF...

    rii'.i I; the church comfortable in a I the top of the immense dome returned to the University at Athens,

    > ...'1:1: climate. I there are twenty-four electric lights, Ala., Wednesday night. :
    a Tli--' outer walls are of stucco finish, being in clusters of threes. Suspendedfrom SAIL SOON FASHION : EXTREME :.

    in ,,,)!Ior cream unite with tile pebble I the center of the dome is at I The dance, which was to have been I -..... ........ ...
    dah tffitt; and all the cornices and chandelier, large and beautiful, conItaining given Monday night by Mr. and Mrs. I

    cupm-is are terra ootta. The handsome thirty-sis electric and almost'[ W. S. Keyscr, in honor of the Admiral i i',i MEYER SHOE CO.
    cornerstone has un it the name i an equal number of gas lights. Nearer and officers of the squadron, has been ,

    of the church "Aedes Christi," then the front of the church, there is another postponed on account of the sad accident THIS MORNING BYTHE INDIANA, Feet Furnishers for Cash
    Latin for Christ Church, and the text !j chandelier of almost equal size. The i aboard the Iowa. Only.

    a from St. Paul "Fundameutum aliudj i, temaimler; of the lights are arrangedin TEXAS AND HARTFORD. 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.

    nemo pou-bt iwnere" (other various, portions of the church In Dainty invitations are out which

    founda-I such to the entire read "You .......
    (IOU can no man lay than ii a manner as light : are cordially invited to
    The dates of the old and the new place in a brilliant manner. a tea and musical, given by the Junior Orders were receded this morningfor -

    churches are also on it. The ornamentation Around the Sanctuary is a singlerow Guild of tnrist Episcopal Church, for the Indiana. Texas and Hartford to .

    of the front is very beautiful, of electric lights. For the organ the benefit of the new church building get away from Pensacola during next { '

    which consists of columns and entablature and pulpit are two portable brass I fund, at the residence of Mrs. J. C. week, and preparations for the voyageare

    t superimposed upon the front lights, gifts of the manufacturers. The Avery, corner of Belmont and Baylen being hurriedly rushed this after

    1 wall of the nave; the columns have frieze of the dome is decorated with streets, Tuesday, April fourteenth, noon.

    no office as supporters for the front Corinthian capitals all round it. from five to seven and eight to ten." The Indiana i is taking supplies of

    ,,Y part cf the building, but are used lucre are three aisles: the wide This will be a most charming affairas fresh meat, potatoes, eggs: etc, this An air tight lead package preThere's health in the cup.

    t; upon it for decorative purposes. There center, and one not:: so wide on each the Junior Guild conscientiously I afternoon and expects to sail at 9 serves the bouquet of Tetle/s There's money saves and "''
    arc classical elements' in the decora side. The pews are handsome oak, looks after the pleasure of their o'clocklonday morning for New isfaction secured m Teti! >ys

    tion. The front wall of the nave rises sixty in number, with a seating capacity guests and provide an entertainment I York. The ships a'so took on freshwater Tea for your full enjoyment Tea.

    higher than the roof, and the facade of tWo< d. Some of the pews are di- I which is always especially attractive. i this morning and theie is no I ASK YOUR GROCER.

    ,f, at its summit is in the style of the I vided in the center; some are full The musical program is very fine. Vocal doubt but that the vessels will sail

    mission churches of Mexico, and is : length, and all' have the adjustable plant and violin solos, by skillful on Monday.
    Known as the .Mission Facade." I !;neelr.; bench. The chancel is outlined performers form a part o? the enter- Orders are for the Texas to leave

    1 he next wall to the roar of the front by a handsome solid quarter | taitmenr. Tuesday. She toil I go to Norfolk andit I

    fl. ; wall, is that of the entrance of the oak chancel screen, about IS inches I I is said will prepare for attaching I
    ,' -Mba'p.! It rises higher than the wide ilinded in the center with I I, A quiet and pretty wedding occurred herself to a new coast squadron.The I
    f 4 wall and the facade centers in an steps leading up into the chancel. I|I last night when Miss Minnie Lee Barclay Hartford will not sail until I
    l' was married to Mr. George Henry ; i ...e.c...........
    I ;>-\ard and narrow projection, giving Hue are ltandsoeae quarter oak stalls I,, Tuesday or Wednesday She will)) go

    Mn. ; effect: of a square tower. It ispKrced 'I for the choir, very like the pews, except I''I lays of Tampa, at the residence of to Havana, cruise tor several days in I' .""'. I'1:
    ,kt by an opening in which a bells on the end of each is carved a I her father, Mr. B. L. Barclay. Only a Gardiniers bay and then proceed to ;". )';" "'fIls s
    r St. Andrews few guests were present. Rev. W. Q. New York. II" '" ;, >.'... .
    s ii'.iy! be svvun; and is surmounted by a cross, and have the book I '111I (1/1I .
    .if handsome cross. The sam style cross rusts in front. There are three stalls : Vreeland! performed the service. Dainty Mail for Cruisers. 10.

    '1 fi: ornaments the top of the dome. on each side, acommodating, a choirof I refreshments were served after the Five sacks of second-class mail and 'I. 1

    41.I The church is in graceful proportions. fifty. On the left is a very hand- ceremony and tomorrow the happy scores of letters for Admiral Cogh-

    t.1 The nais 111 feet long, and sone quarter oak pulpit, exquisitely ,j i young couple leave for Tampa their laii's! squadron armed this morning; at I i New Orleans Grocery i
    the transept is 71 feet.t the crossing carved in intricate pattern, which 13'']i I future home. The best wishes of many the Pcnsiccla post otlie11 is from ,

    : of the nave and transept, the body the gift to the new church of Miss 'I| friends here go with them. the New York postoffice which Is a z JAMES McHUGH !

    y of the church rises to a dome of Italian Fannie Cildwell's Sunday school class. i I I distributing point for navy mail. It is Prop.
    ' : stamp. From the floor of the nave Hack of the pulpit U the organ which !]J Col. W. C. Church, editor of the learned that the squadron ssiled! for .
    j Army and Navy Journal, who has been
    to the top of the dome is fil feet and was brought from the old church; it Pensacola this morning and is expected I
    y i I the guest of Admiral Wise j
    at the Navy ROASTED COFFEES

    " ; t the dome stands clear over :20 feet. nas been moved, thoroughly renovatedand to reach here Tuesday. Tile squadron s
    I Yard lelt for
    rebuilt Mr. T. J. Washington. is made of half dozen vessels !
    The windows are large and high:: up in jy Quinlan of the I, up a ,
    i-ti the walls The largest windowa larg.rcular : Ilutchins-Votey Organ Co., of Boston The but those coming to I'ensacola are the : ;.,\S 110(+- .
    I i Fishfry at "The Bungalow I .
    :Ai one, is 13; feet in diameter, of and New York. Back of the organ is whica Olympia (flag hip) and the Marietta
    \ir. and Mrs. F.
    I | O. Howe were
    A indsonie shaded green stained glass. the organ chamber and music room. I Ito give in honor of Admiral Higgin- and San Francisco. The mail which \ i t BLENDED TEAS i
    .rnameiing the east side of the traits On the right of the chancel is the arrived today is mostly all for these I
    is I .
    I! son postponed owing to the official
    s ",1'1. On the west side opposite, is handsome memorial eagle lectern of vessels.
    I : mourning o: the fleet. OUR SPECIALTIES.
    .I i handsome 1lI'mornl window to I oak Dividing the chancel from thei To Repair the Iowa Here. I I i
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    ? n t-h;. !! ip Umlege, the first:: bishop of i sanctuary is the memorable communion I Judge II D. Bcggs, Judge A. C. Admiral Wise is making strong efforts : 0Ie

    it F'oiida.' Bolo\v 'his) on either i side are I il rail, and here is j, the massive old I Blount, Jr., non. John S. Beard, Cap- to have the Iowa repaired at I' N :

    : ,"i'r memorial tablets trained in oak i i'I English oak atar, which was brought \i tain Cluilcs Perry, Captain William Pensacola. He says necessary repairs I! 0. Wi .
    I, In- former rwtora ot Christ Church '| tthe old Christ Church with the Bazzoll and others have been attendingto I can easily be made here and the admiral i I. U S/ 2 b ..

    I!, '' !.r Sainukrs, Doctor i-'c-itt, Mr. ] ulcer furniture from England about legislative matters at Tallahassee I is determined that no effort! hill i., Q 0 1 1 ni ..
    i ; I be to have the work done here ,
    i 1S3G.Oa for the past week are expected to spared ..J __ ", ..
    I "FROM MISSOURI"But I onside of the altar is the Bish j reach 1'onsacola tonight to spend Easter i I.I N

    upi chair; on the other side a priest's Sunday with their families. The same applies to the ten and C .

    Pars Food Quickly "Showed Him." chair, both of handsome wood. ..round I twenty cent candies sold by Jacoby, I. Z I y :v:: ..

    The popular <,xirf>ssi'/U, I'm from 'I ih. Sanctuary are five stained! glass I ]tr. J. Harris Pierpwint, who attended that does to the thirty. They are put up .. W /sf.K'. 1. -i

    : :Missouri; you've got:!; to slow iu\" windows. luJicaf-rs of oak are on the a meeting of the State Medical Association in attractive shape and equal or superior ZW f7'J ..

    p means a lot. Among th> Missourians: I walls of the chancel for the numbers I at St. Augustine, arrived I to many high-priced candies. : J o .mr :
    who have "been shown" the value of I iof the hymns and day of the month. home last n.ght. I. .
    I -< .
    -ti drape,Nuts food is a man from St. I Through a door on the right of the I MATTRESSES OF ALL GRADES :s 1C'
    { Ixmis who says: "It wa during the i chancel :s a conidor, \vhch: leads to> Ii! Miss Fannie Maneley's friends in FROM $1.50 TO $12.50. SIXTY ) !
    .t J '-uninnof HM 'J that I was taken reallyill. the vestry room, and then to a large; this city will be pleased to learn of 1 O q r .
    For some time previous I had had ro'!' ns; room for the choir, comfortablyarrangeJ. the big improvements in that young\ ONE. MARSTON & QUINA. : Z trp m :
    {t premonitory signs; ooraMimal headaches A short flight of stairs leadsinto : lady's health since her stay in Talla-I I ei

    gastric disturbances and a gen the basement Here is a small I i, has'l'n: operation! for appendictU Try The News' WANT COLUMN. f -I IJ

    oral feeling of debility These room in welch is the electric light ; ___ --__ __ U_ __ .
    inCrla3'j D
    l'tlunlil I became alarmd and switch! board. Another very convenientlysized <
    medical ad kt'. room is near in which will I mNNNNNNr ti www ? ..

    "It seemed to me 1 was treated for !be placed the furnace. Another room' I' i
    all the ills that flesh U heir to but about this size then another smaller"" AND RETAIL

    without a\ail. Finally I was frankly !one in which is the water motor fori'; EASTERANDAnE EASTER
    I I i ,JI.JI. Feed Stuffs of All Kinds. jtjc i
    told by my physician that 1 had better I the organ. Next week the floor of

    i put my business matters in order as I the Sanctuary and chancel will be cov- '" I PHONE 105. :

    4 I could live but a short time. I had actually erd 1 with a haniiwrns: new carpet the L

    resigned!: myself to die when a gift of The Daughters of the King. | WE CAN PLEASE YOU WITH ANYTHING IN OUR SEVERAL I .N...N........--.-NNN.:

    friend who knew what be was talking Tne workers for this noble edifice' DEPARTMENTS AT LESS COST TO YOU THAN YOU
    about made me change my fool and have jut cau e to give:; thanks for the '
    w try Grape-Xuts. It was a long tim before ( successful accompllshm"nt of their i JAMES HUGHES

    [ I commenced for it seemed impossible great undertaking. Dry Goods Specials.One ,
    C that the t'o>d would help me 'Ule services for tomorrow, Easter
    after so many able physicians had failed sunday area[ is:,0 a. m-Holy Communion Case ::::.inch LAWN. yards for..5'c

    1 to cure me. Well to nuke a Ions the rector celebrating. 9:30: WHITE PIQUE, Special Price .. . . .25 and 33c yard !

    story short I at last decided to try I Sunday School. 10 a. m.-Confirmation : Specail Prices on READY-TO-WEAR SHIRT WAISTS and i iI BOILER[ AND MACHINE f WORKSS

    fi (what.raj1 -was Xuts the and matter.the food showed me by morning Bishop service r.. G. Weed.and communion.11 a. m.-Bish Full SKIRTS Today and Monday. I J

    1 "The effect was magical. One by one op Weed will preach. 7:30 p. m.- Clothing and Gents' Furnishing Specials.One .

    the shackles of disease fell from me. Evening prayer and sermon by the rector Full Line MEN'S and BOYS' STRAW MILLINERY at BOILERS AND MACHINERY BOUCHT AND SOLD.

    My brain! became clear, headaches disappeared subject "The Newness of the Risen Special Low Prices.A .

    and it seemed I could feel Life." Large Line of LISLE THREAD SOCKS for. .... .25c pair Sol to 807 South Palafox St.
    the improvement daily. I experiencedthe The music at tne church will be very Plain and Fancy worth 25 to 50c.
    PHONE 123 and 292. 4W
    delicious glow of strong, rich reunifying beautiful, the are for 11 POSTOFFICE BOX
    programmo. Neckwear and Shirts to Suit All. -
    blood flowing through my o'clock service -

    veins. I arose in the morning with old Anthem-"Christ Our Passover," by
    PRICE I0c
    time vigor and life seemed worth the Spross. A GREENHUT & CO. .J
    living. Festival Te Deum-Dudley Buck. -
    The first month of Grap-Xuts use Jubilate Deo-Banks.

    I gained :0: pounds and I have been Hymn, 11:. GRAY GOODMAN & RADER .WHOLESALE GROCERS
    gaining steadily ever since." Name Hymn, 109.Offertory'Christ. t ,

    given by Postum Co. Battle Creek. the V n"fis Risen
    Mich. ,"-Dudley Buck. I Nos. I02, 104, 106 East Government St, PENSACOLA, FLA.


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