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 13, 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
30.433333 x -87.2


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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C'E -E TO RULE.-HAMILTON LEAGUE R. I., April 12.-The new cup Henderson, an old white man: BOND ISSUE.

defender Reliance was launched at 5 who has been: before the courts several DEATH.

_?V AFFAIRS DISCUSSED. I c'clockyenerday; afternoon. The weather times previously, was captured last th '

WILL HOLD A MEETING IN MOBILE conditions were ideal and the day afternoon in the act of disposing of
Shreeveport, La., April 12.:! -Mrs. THE MEASURE PASSED IN THE >!
liquors the
on wharf and this
\-as made a gala one in Bristol. Flags morning
NEXT SUNDAY TO ADOPT A Aline Mathews aged 43: wife 4I
Tunes-Herald! : bound : years,
i says I were displayed: from many buildingsand was over to the United LEGISLATURE THIS MORNING
of Frank Matthews, a well known civil
William: Sherman Jcn- SCHEDULE. THE BALL AND at he Heieshoffworks.. States authorities for this latest effort
engineer, was brutally murdered in her BY SAFE MAJORITY.
.' Governor of this state, Moored off the end of the dock, the to evade the revenue laws. '
RULES. bed early yesterday morning by a negro 1
,i the opinion that his ad- tender of the Reliance, the steamer Henderson was twice before arrested
who, it is believed his
\\ould prove entirely sat Sunbeam, was fancifully! decoratedwith on identical charges and at the outraged
victim before slaying her. Special to the Ne\vs.
1..'" others were equally flags. lime of his last offense was under
Mobile Register) The woman's little daughter/ Aline, Tallahassee April 13.-The morning's .
bond for his in the United
.' it would be a failure. C. Oliver Iselin, the managing own. appearance
The Interstate: League will hold its aged 10, was fatally wounded.An .
i:, the utterances of the er of the Reliance, spent today on the States Court. \\ hen he was bound I session was taken up with con
next meeting in Mobile on Sunday, axe was the instrument employ. '
i '., lieve the success of his I' Sunbeam, and received a large numberof over this morning United States Marshal sideration oficXamie':1 bill for validating ,
April 19, to adopt a schedule, the ball ed in both cases.
Wharton took of
i lic.'n marked and has been: invited guests. Many yachtmencame charge hin. four hundred thousand dollars
and rules. The officers all have a big Henderson Ed. Porter, a uegro strongly suspected .
i nature as to cause the most from New York to witness the was lound yesterday witha
slice of the world's requisite goods of the crime, was shot to death by worth of bonds isued by Hillsborough ;
quantify of in
ommcnt not only by his launching.The iquor selling same
(money), which is proof that they are small quantities. His method is to two police sergeants while attemptingto county for the construction of good -
'II; constituency, but by theat reliance is more of a skimmingdish
in the game for sport only. lion. Tay escape. roads, that went over from Saturday.An .
purchase several gallons and
: disposeof
large. While Mr. Jennings than any boat the lIereshoffs
lor Goodwyn, of Montgomery, is a it in drinks He hart been run down at a point amendment was substituted by ; .
responsible! to a certain ex- have constructed for a cup defender.Her single on Sunday when
man of large: means and a about five miles from Shreeveport.Yesterday Mr. Gornto of Brevard, providing that
this success; still we believe floor Is very flat and there is whiskey can be had at no barroom.
the Alabama house; Mr. Yancy Love-I 1 morning at 1:40 o'clock the law do not take effect in any county -
The habit is and
is- the fortunate victim of cir- scarcely any bulge, her stern running a pernicious one
lace, vice-president, of. Brew ton, ; the body of the negro was taken to the until the matter has been submit.
.inf PS, alit that had Mr. Myers, : under and not deepening into the keel works to the injury of the high licensed t
head of Texas mob of ted to aole of the people of said
money and is in the game because he street by a
". Hcsus or Maje-s been in the for many feet. The rudder post has a dealers. The party from whom
likes Pitts, of Pensacola, secretary -, Henderson about I'M' men placed on a funeral county.
no's shair. the Ship of Sate decided rake and the fin is very thin. purchased yesterday'sstock
I' : and treasurer, has the control- pyre and cremated. There was no Mr. McNamee saia the amendment: '
: have glided a'onr t'reiul. even The boat has considerable beam and was in court today as a witness
noise demonstration.The was entirely proper, but that it would
ling interest in a big brewery in Ten- or
prosperous time"! Any of tLesc looks as if she would be a decided con but his evidence was not needed. '
sacola, is also in the league becausehe police attempted to bury the require a two-thirds vote to secure
When the defendant called
lemon nave the Maiesrianslrp an tlty trast to the Constitution when afloat. was up
is a thirty-second degree "fan." Mat this morning the said that he negro's body before the crowd could consent of the House to its considera %r4
rot possessed: by their more I I
Kelly, when asked "Where is your get it, but failed. The city has been
was to his old tracks again. Henderson tion.Mr.
ful compelioi.) and there is ah-I SEPARATE PUBLIC SCHOOL.S up
league going to get protection" replied in a state of intense excitement! all: Gornto, speaking further, said
readny understood and pleaded
v no reason to think that they FOR RACES. '
: "Oh, we have been coached by night, but it is quiet noA- the bill came to the Legislature as a k +
"rnmpntCluld hare been in guilty.
I an old head who has put us on. We local measure: but cloaked in a general E;
: lily hands i tome other Topeka, Kansas, April 12.-The Supreme
POLICEMAN STOPPEJ form. He thought that if It
will not interfere with or sign any wasa t
:,ings been elected. court yesterday decided that FAST TRAIN I
player who has a contract with any PREACHING ON STREET. local affair as claimed that it shouldbe
the board of education can WITHOUT AN ENGINEER.
Ncw His Fcs.i.r Topeka
other league club, and I advise them, passed as such, but if it was a general ta

not Jennings has made. '}land,; off.' We will play no games in maintin separate schools for the white Yesterday afternoon a lout haired I measure, it should not be passed :

his administration, can Montgomery while the Southern league and negro children and can compel the Baltimore, Apr' ]:.-A fast flying individual claiming to be the "only unless there was a general demandfor

111. d. There is no disiat teams are playing there. We will I I negor children to attend the negro Royal Blue train on the Baltimore and chosen of God," began to preach a it by the people 01 the slate. 5 '3

some: of his warm- draw up an iron-clad contract that I schools. A nesru had taken his son Ohio railroad: running between: New strange doctrine of "two covenants' Replying, Mr. McNan-ee stated that ,

"f r'M O are his bitter- Dan O'Connell if alive, could not to the white school and the pupil was ,:I York and Washington, run twenty etc. He had prefaced his reMarks bj the measure was of a retroactive nature -

ae cause of tihb is ape break. The Fritz brothers and Scrappy -II refused admittance. Mandamus pro- miles without an engineer at the what he termed a vocal selection and applying only to the past, and

.. who has kept apace Martin will play in Brewton; Little ceedings were then brought against throttle. J. Frank Furley, the engineer, I',I then began to expound his doctrine. He would effect DO other county in the

,imes. The Gevcrnor, I Pete Betancourt and Braun will I' the board to compel them to admit the leaned out of the cab window at a !I I had proclaimed but a few moments state. ""'e have been sitting here a

politician has shown play in Troy. Mat Kelley, Zieman, I negro. point south .Wilmington, Del. At and had collected: quite a crowd about whole week and nothing has been j,

tier to rule! and as a and Wallace will play here. Several (I Hayes' Station, Ceci county, Md., the tne custom house when Officer:! Fonde- done:, the tactics of the gentlemanfrom :
.. carious: moves that t,! more of the City Leaguers will be FOR NEEDED SUPPLIES.A fireman fount Furley lying dead in his hUla suddenly put in appearance: and Bradford would continue the k( ,

"1, 'nc condemnation ofT j signed by :Manager Kelley for his team seat. He evidently had been struck by wanted to see his permit. The preacher same conditions and we would not accomplish

: ,. Hamilton county Mobile, Troy Montgomeryand Brew- Washington message says that orders some obstruction. The fireman then could not exhibit one and his religions arythir.g.

i r, i- !10' cited as an ex- ton will give\ any City League playersa I have been transmitted to Admiral brought the train to Baltimore. teachings were cut short very abruptly Considerable discussion for and '

:, I!., office! of treasurer trial. The uniform of the Mobile lIP?ginson telling him to remain at by the officer warning him against the measure was ind.ilgod in t

.- executive Menu for any day.-Breakfast Ham, against proceeding further. The stranger when the and tho
: the county team will be the same as the New I'ensacola for several days yet to : : question was put

,iv ikd a man for YorKs were last! Sunday. await the arrival of several cars of dinner Yam, supper: Jam, all kept by stood transfixed to the spot for bill validating the Hillsborough bond

T.I Governor totally: I supplies which have been started Jacoby. several moments then decided: to follow issue was passed by a vote of 5f to 9,

i 'I". s nf the: commitof from New York. The supplies are the bluecoat's: adivcu. "B. ,

his friends for DAMAGE TO said to consist of the highest an.1 most ,
ic ',idii was too auto ; powerful explosives known in modern

) a howl warfare.A .

1 ., i cm every soctiir" IOWA $500,000 _
LAWS Presbyterian Christian Endeavor
: 1 l"'-_;:s' ease in Es- NEW FREIGHT
I Society last evening elected Miss
,-' out of the: usual STEAMER HERE. TO LEARN
Lillian Gladdan and Miss Alice Me-
: '>n" Without tALL
THAT CONSERVATIVE ESTIMATE Lellan as delegates to the annual convention
.: -in'" of the rionido The freight stramtr J. P. Williams SUCH IS THE CHARGE AGAINST ANEGRO
of the society which will beheld
1 named r.egts foe I IS MADE BY OFFICERS OF THE is at Baylon street wharf loading amijcellaneojs ABOUT WARSHIPS.-THE SECRETARY 1
SALOON KEEPER AND : on three days of next week be-
1 HI This was done cargo for points in the
NAVY DEPARTMENT. ginning on Tuesday. The local society
c "i.M:" 'il UO.SKS faction, Apalachicola: country. The steamer HIS TWO SONS.
have always had one or more delegates -
than friends were has been pot on regular by the West SUCH A SCHEME.
to conventions for the past several
>arc appointment. Coast Naval Stores Co.. the same firm
"orservathe estimates on the years.
which lately put on the Tarpon. In Mose Lyman, a negro saloon keeper: ,
of sustained by the
amount damage
this connection it is announced that and Chiton and James, his two sons,
Washington 12. The
April secretaryof kl
Iowa the figure at
BATTLESHIP A I battleship place : the company is locking for another were arrested bj Special Officer Ray
$500,000: which toes not include KEARSARCEIS war has approved a scheme proposed j
steamer to help the Tarpon. and Deputy Martha! SanJers yesterday

of docking and the time she charged with selling liqiors in by General Randolph, chief of artillery

INDIANA will lose by being forced out of com- PISTOLS DO NOT violation of the Sunday laws. A pore the purpose of which is to give

mUsicn. The loss of life and injury SCARE JOHN VAUGHN.In PRACTICING '
tion of the taken this' '
testimony vas artillerymen stationed at coast fortifications % '
to limb are neither included in the
morning and the case was allowed to
above damages.A spite of the fact tLat his life was a better knowledge of the characteristics
LE;' THIS MORNING FOR HERE go over until Wednesday. of warships as well as to a. C
Sheriff .
isued at Washington
statement attempted Saturday Deputy BEAUTIFUL FLAGSHIP LEFT YES
has raloon
Lyman a on the southwest
\ \ ASSIGNMENT AS A TRAIN- Saturday gives out that estimate, andit John Vaughn is not deterred in the of De-Villiers and Belmont acquaint them more generally with .t 1
is given out even before an examining performance of his duty. As soon as TERDAY MORNING TO TEST HER matters nautical. It U proposed, among i.4
streets. A restaurant is in its
1\" SHIP.! same other things, to provide the coast posts i
board had wade a report. It is he had jailed bis desperate prisoner
and it this iccount BIG GUNS.
building was on with a set of international flags and
fair to ]presume, a naval officer intimated Saturday )Ir. Vaughn r'tuln1tG Century -
that directed to the
suspicion was
with a flag staff with yardarm from a'
that the department's another concealed :
this and
morning, picked up
place: Officers set out to watch the
which be
: >'1at (I o'clock this they may displayed and sig.E.
: estimate uf damage wilt! far bo tier named Hallia. This last
place closely yesterday and found Ed.lcElroy. Early yesterday rnornire Admiral nals exchanged with passing naval [{
;hat tU battleship Icdii exceeded when: a careful and minute one was brought here and jailed.A .
colored, had bought whiskey Higinson concluded to send the Kear- and revenue vessels.

Lei journey up the examination may be possible. Half a there. McElroywas questioned and and in y t
large to sea target practice "If the peculiarities of our fleet are
dollars I don't believe will near: COLIER AND
-h! <, wil'! be: titled up for I niilion SUPPLY SHIP HERE. admitted having obtained li the damage to the Iowa, big as
."'-is. she will go to cover two diffeient occasions yesterday stars was transferred to the Scorpionand said General Randolph, in forwarding ?t

liau; an additional gun I that sum is. I believe that some damage This morning the supply ship Cul- showing the whiskey as proof '.f what later to the Illinois. The Kcar- his views, "It Is not improbable that a 1

.i I.. n I. i.cne-l: as a train-I has been suft'Habo" t which no gon and the comer Lebanon entered he said. The officers further hunted I sarge was under way in very few moments friendly vessel approaching a fort in "
said this offi
has been ma e,
.' '.\' :purpose of instructing report this port aid are at anchor in the evidence and found three other parties I and the Scorpion acted as a thick weather or after dark might ba ttH i

'c i'u> character of the na- cer.In harbor. The Culgoa has been supply who said they had obtained liquor.I convoy to the entrance of the harbor. mistaken for a possible enemy which .
of this big damage the commander
"t a modern battleship. spite ing tl'e squadron of Admiral Coghlan Two of the latter were bluejacketswho : The Kearsaige continued to her field would lead to disastrous results." A

'..i was the first of the bath of the na y yard has redoubled I Lin Southern waters, and the Lebanon said they had been treated by one : of target practice several miles off 1. s.

'' .'<' here and her depart- his efforts! to have the ship repaired has a lot of coal for the fleet.EXCURSION. of Lyman's toys and afterward, in, the bar and today her big rifles, together ,

.. I. '."d; with regrets: by many. here, and there Is said to be a strong;I consideration of the boy's kindness and w ith those of the Alabama, may ARRESTED GANG i #i4'i

:. : '. ,. her probability of the Iowa going out of had scnething to: OF PICKINNINIES..
: : four battleships ace liberality bought be heard periodically. The two are

., : a captain's: salute as she commission at the Tensacola navy The Christian Endeavor Society of drink. In this statement the seamen expected to remain at practice until -
Deputy; Marshal Sanders ti
early -
i yesterday
-L.! .P.i.. yard. the Presbyterian church will give an were corroborated by another witness late in the week. '
morning arrested eVEn
I i'": :: if cannons made many excursion on the Columbia tomorrow, who had drank part of his liquor. The a-jral di1 not go out with his young
negroes; male and female, who Lava
:!< '.0 that Admiral Coghlan's One Bottle of Burnett's Vanilla Extract ia the steamer to leave the wharf at 9:30a. The witnesses stated that i yman ship an has placed his flag on the f

: n i i ,1 1 1.'wen tip and many hurried: better than three of the doubtful m. Adults will be charged 50 cents himself was in the saloon with the Illinois, which was formerly a flagship been a source of great worry on East

\ "' '"-U in the hope of catching kind. Though costing a few cents for round trip and children 35 cents. doors closed and that the keeper of used by Admiral Crowinshield, Hill. None tut'were of them were over 15 years W

" "f 'he historic Olympia. more per bottle, its purity and great Refreshments served free. It the restaurant would either go to the when in command of the European of age gathered in for cursing i

strength make it the most economical bar and serve what was asked or squadron. The Illinois\ is the ship lying and using obscene language. The ; 4' ;

three girls were given\ 30 days each
.' Cheese Cheese.-Edam, brand. SEE OUR NEW LINE OF SHIRT would procure: it from an ice box in directly off Palafox wharf, very j
:0'" fin-l the four boys 60 each. The
-- N,":f Chatel Sap Sago Cream WAIST SUITS, SKIRTS AND the kitchen. nth' the Massachusetts.
has label for the mayor said this sort of business would
: 'r at Jacoby's, South Palau Hudgins a new WAISTS. '

: _, best 5 cent cigar on the market. .. I GRAY, GOODMAN & RADER. Try T'- : News' WANT COLUMN. Sub= .be to the News, 10 a week. have to stop immediately.

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i fw.i Little Tkl.B ., _, t. i1 GOLD DUST
Good Window Clipboard. JACK-OFCALL:
A A" '
.WEW PHASE OF INDEMNITY. "If often the little unheard of tidags"ihat .
fitted under the lower ----------
A cupboard 4 -
have ti'p-mi1ing'th great
of Naa Xe Tro M* InSeevrlB
out Tats i
sash of window and Jotting
....re_ IB England Against Surdeal a In manufacturing costs," sfeid! If patent
Op.ratloD"In doors, with curtain on the Inside, may *
illustration civil service commission receives lawyer recently. "Ouly this morninga
The The
nioderatemeaMen be made a.great'convenience.
England people of
manufacturer orkman and I settled
of curious to the a
number answers
shows the construction a
beginning to insure thcmselvea questions put to applicants for-posi- the matter of two little wheels "Leto GOLD OUST twins do your work."

Against surgical operations. The.annual plan c tions in the government service, but It that the workman bad invented for anatttomohlle
J.that subscribers who pay an 1
machine he had worked
that the
is believed answer recently
fee shall be entitled either to free admittance -
over in his employers shop. Xo one
nursing at made by an applicant for a position"
hospital or
to a : draftsman In the ehfinwr service Is _will ever hear of it. but the little contrivance
Used a
some and a free operation or a
beyond anything that was ever will save the manufacturer _
Ctuu pahl down to defray the cost of way r7111
operation if one becomes necessary.In board before by any of the examiners, !between Hl.con and JT.O..KiO( a year:
the Star. This led the workingman wont Lave to
Washington applicant
England, as here the cost of surgical says
said mind: the uiacLiEe: either. World's
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repairs to the human body has i, ef
I "From November 1S9G. to 30, Work. :
become oppressively great to persons 1, :iii- fI May
\vbo just mannge"to"p:1Y'thelr'way. r i 1900, I toured tie United States on a "
tour of sociologic and economic observation Emigration n From Ireland.
get a
Teople who are obviously poor
deal of excellent surgical and worked in nearly all the In Ireland there is in progress active

great medical treatment in hospitals and i states and principal cities. Started out discussion of the ways and means's; of I
commanded salaries lettering. in a practical manner the f
elsewhere for nothing but for the next without any money, i
trades condition of, the country., Particularly t
at following professions,
,daS above them a serious illness, especially ,
and kinds of common labor: interesting is the ,unanimity with
it involves operation
It an draftsman (topojraphical. which on all sides it is ,asserted that
Almost ruinous.! It would seem as if "Surveyor ald'Ulo
architectural and engineering), writer the first t -c.s.ary step for
when societies for
the time was near
the alleviation of the nations woes is
might be for newspapers and magazines, bridge
Insurance against specialists
to emigration. With remarkal
carpenter" house carpenter, boat stop
in the larger -
profitably cities. builder, blacksmith's helper boiler unanimity also those who have set

maker's helper, farm hand, cook, hunted themselves, to find the solution of this
The spvdalK bas como to be a very
Indeed IndispensableInstitution WINDOW PROVISION CCTBOAED. geese and ducks for market, photographer problem contend that a primary point
Important lumberman, lecturer, shoveleron is to make life more cheerful\ a-iu _
cfepocially to families in Things that require to lx kept cool 4.-
which there are children. The officeof may be placed' there instead of being; railroad grades, dishwasher shin- agreeable; in Irclatid.-Cr.tholie World.Gloomy -

the family doctor lias now liecume taken to the cellar. If the box: or cupboard glcr, teamster, cowboy and cattle ship- '

Simplified to the task of coming In and Is tight and the sash fits down per, solicitor, cleaned old bricks, railroad Paul K:rimer. dry

telling the patient which cix-ciallst to close; it will kelp the wind from blowing steel, gang wore. woodchopper, Paul Kni;;"r. once the "Lion of South is6ii

",- 'go to. It is not that siM ecialist.s charge into the room. The illustration worked in sawmills a 4 factories, rafted : Africa" Is now livlnjr a life of seclusion

too much, for their honorable services shows the construction.-:-t Louis lie- logs, wrote advertising, etc. Can at Mont on. I';incr. lIe looks old As a cleaner, soap doesn't begin to compare with
at command salary at more different sl 'k disheartened I and be lives
''' are alive prl<< hater milkman coalman kinds, of labor than any living man. quietly! that Iw might be at Utrecht for
b butcher, grocer, GOLD
?j dentist and twined nurse do not How to Carry the Skirls. Immune from malarial fever, mountain all Mentou knows about him. The DUST

leave you money enough to pay them All dainty women, women in moderate I fever, lazy fever or any other disease. Poor ex-president has taken two small

3 appropriately.To circumstances who cannot afford ; Expert on matters relating to physicalor villas, almcit mean in appearance, GOLD DUST does more work, better work and C' :s
new gowns every week, women who UM'Utal development At present overlooking:: the sea. He has boon outside -
J suborn' a considerable- annually it cheaper. It backs well
and have all the repairs and dL'I I love cleanliness for its own sake, wantto writing a series of articles for a New the ,garden:: only once shire he arI I, saves as as pocketU-vns.

elrable improvements m.ide in one's know just how to raise their skirts York magazineNot afraid of heat or rl'l'tl.lthon h he never goes to anyplace Made only by THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY

family without furtU-r disbursement I I l'rol't'rIJ.1Jttlll'r the day IM cloudyor cold from exposure. Xot afraid of I of public worship devotional Chicago l'ewYork. Boston, St. Innic.-Makers of OVAL FAIRY iJA?

!would IK a coinparatlxely simple way; fair these women lilt their skirts. wild animals, microlx's, men political ercises and P ible readin, take up the

out of a troublesome prvdicaincut.Harper's .- for a train is an inevitable nuisance. parties or work. Can swim any river greater part of each Sunday.
Wwkly.Tbr How to do it and to do it well are difficult In the United States. Expert with shotgun .

problems can also shoot ride Can endure A LESSON IN HEALTH.
How to lift it properly; is a twentieth fatigue and esjiosure. Can handle
Hill of Tara. Healthy! kidneys filter the impurities

The hill of Tara-. rkh in" historic century Imjiurer.problem Try gathering says the Philadelphia tin skirt gangs"U,-aliziug of uien the fact that examining from the blood, and unless they w. B. WRICKT>> GOmPA Y Yt
memories and 1lI 'tli t-llal been sold by
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snugly in the right bund clear of the boards are apt to doubt some of the do this good health is impossible.
euctiou in Iinbl'nln> according to the .
l ground holding; It in that position above assertions I have on deposit in a Foley's Kidney Cure makes sound J MANUFACTURERS AM DEALERS
'London Chronicle. From a very earlyi ( IS
while you walk through muddy<< streets savings bank of Xt-w York the sum of kidneys and will positively cure all .t
i to the sixth TaraL = -
period century
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( and on dirty; sidewalks. No doubt $.V), which I will forfeit to them if I _
forms of Kidney and bladder disease. LUMBER
vas the chief seat of the Irish kings. r--L;: LATES
think this is said :
women more easily cannot substantiate assertion ,
There they were crowned (a pillar oft every It strengthens the whole system. W. ,
than done. It is unless one has practiced made when put to a practical test"Fortunes IA ,>
stone standing! some six I feet high is N'r fi
A. D'Alemberte, 121 South Palafox .,
tilts art of skirt lifting before a 8IVl"D GYPR"I"tlfJTt.'G'f" '
j still pointed out as the coronation I l : ''L.J'1Jn:: k Hi ll:
mirror. Until she has tried it for that street. JJ :
stone, there were their palace and 'u.eeleoel Intentions.
'purpose no woman realizes the full PENdACOLA.! ..
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.u royal banqueting haiL It had Its uui- Have you an inventive mind? If 1'0.
value of her looking glass.Very The Bonbons and Chocolate Candies .
" versity and was the center of Irish you have a fortune in your 11l'aJ-if --- -
/i+ light and learning and a place of >:1t1"1 ''- Good r you only know how to got It out. sold by Jacoby! at thirty cents are carefully

; ring fur 1'ruiils and musicians. tX>r- Kind Father-:My clear If yon want a Here's your chance. Here are thirteen packed in neat and attractive COAL

1"1 mac-greatest of Iri-h kings; and hero good husband: marry )Ir. Goodheart. things the world needs for cither one boxes and are equal to rr.ost candiesfor AND WOOD

of countless h'I'II
splendid court there Ih-tween the sec- laulhtl'r-\re ;you sure of that pa? A wall papering: machine.A WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH LARGER TRADE

"i': and and fifth centuries it was the 8'l'nl'it Kind Father-Yes, indeed. I've been quIck| acting monkey wrencli. Hudgins' new label.
of triennial assemblies, and In Aye: it borrowing money of him for six A rail joint without nuts and bolts.A .

\t1 witnessed u crushing defeat of the months and still he keeps comIng.- scrubbing; machine.
' \. Danes. Its lat important gathering Stray Stories. I A cuspidor that will not spill when $50 REWARD.The SEND US YOUR ORDERS NOW

" was In Autni-'t.; l ia, when a gigantic; upset
'Q meeting; under Ltaniel O'l'onnell was the Grave. A trolley that will not come off the street Railway Company will Thompson, Olsen tS Co.

r Leld for the repeal of the Union. wire. pay a Reward of Fifty ($50) for evidence

!'fl'I't A startling incident is narrated by I An oil can that will not explode.A that will lead to the arrest and Manresa Street, Telef hone 147.

r Domt"r'. One Good Point at I eaxt. John Oliver of Philadelphia, as follows quick fire hose coupling without conviction of the party who threw a i = _.
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(; "1 see that Andrew Carnegie thinks screw threadCombination-?. '
-'I' : "I was in an awfu condition.My rock and struck Motorman Peters.
,; Homer didn't amount to much, after ironing board and step-
, all. skin was almost yellow, eyes sunken ladder.A PENSACOLA TERMINAL CO. ESTABLISHED 1863.
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'That's queer. Surely Homer must tongue coated, pain continually in music leaf,turner.A .
have had one good point Andy's estimation window lock and burglar alarm. Good Cypress Shingles, $1.25 per McKENZIE OERTING & CO.
bacK and sides, no appetite, growing I thousand. BEEKMAN LUMBER CO. ,
' lie didn't die I'kh.-Chicagollecr.dIIerald. : An eun'lo1that cannot be opened
weaker day by day. Three physicians wltlimif detection. I I 0 -DIALIK8: III 0

I;c For Over Siiijr: YrarxMKS. had given me up. Then I was A simple nut lock.-Atlanta Journal. ''I Cleaning ladies skirts and waitr Ship Chandlery and General Uardwan

WI 8LOW'8 Hooruisa YRCP hat advised to use Electric Bitters; to is one of o"r specialties. Htar LanaIr" "
Women In Shoe
110"'" j
'- t teen used for over Sixty years by million I my ,great joy, the first bottle made a "You would hardly believe it" said a 8O3 AND 005 S. P.\I"'t'Ux. 8TKKKT

"I mothers for their children while teething decided improvement I continued fashionable shoe clerk yesterdaybut i iI BUY THEN "'- ........A.GENOY-

I with perfect sueceeg. It soothes the child their use for three weeks, and am the s\\elU-s.t of our women customers I I REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROERLINO'S SO1N t": *
iJ'( soZtensthe Kuml,&lIays all p"ln.cur"l wind
l '3 colic,and u the best remedy for Diarrhoea now a well man. I know they robbed I are now Invariably asking us for ho's'I; I GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUk'SELttt3ON'SPCNFH

J It will relieve the poor little sufferer 1m. the grave of another victim." Xo shoes. The masculine! styles of women'sshops I 't ME uin; :or IU 'Ftlsli! QHs!! liatlta! lustrBngut, Shrls. hhn Url!
mediately. Bold by Druggists In every;: part one should fail to try them. Only 50 no louder satisfy them. They !
f of the world. Twentjr-tlTe cents a bottle must have a shotmade exactly like a i imall's fXMP\SNt8. LOOS, MTU
'y I cents guaranteed at W. A. D'Alm- C. McKenzie: Oertin Collecting for Bar PiloW Benevolc A' ':
r BeaurIlJoua.kfur"ln.WIDsICJw'18ootb.I and so we sell twice as many j' :( Agent
I ngBjrnp. and take no other kind. I bone's 121: S. Palafox street. bojV shoes as formerly and propor- SEWING MACHINE elation.

tionati'ly leis of WOIUI'I '5. What id the |I, .

reason? Well really.! cannot say, ex- Po not lie deceived' by tbn; e who nd-
;1 L itlVB gromo uinin@ c; i ci-pti.g that it is a fa'L As a matter uf'' vt-rti-e u IO.H) :iS/uini;.Machine fir

on every fact, I know that the boys shoes ate1nf ).t). Thiskiidhfanmeltine'allhe THE GARDEN SECTIONo

.. Cort aCold iiOneDay,Cnp in2 DayscD" ?/ 6o><. 25c >t really ns comfortable, for they 'IUJ- l.>iirlit front Ui or IIUV of our
dealers: from i.00to i ISOO.
not bo got to tit IK 11\'I'ft'ttly a* those'deigned '
for women's feet and more ]

ttttitttitttt< : than one of my fair customers complain j i THE NEW HOME IS THE BEST. Pensacola, Florida.Near .

v of blisters: and cajlouwl) feet, I i,I: The Feed ktonnincs the strength or _

e'i but still they want the lays shoes and i weskits: (.K'wini: .I? 2la,'hints. Tht East Hill Electric Railway Terminus.
v insist i upon the strap bean; left on in Double Feed ciiinliiiDtivitli, Other
v the back."-Philadelphia! Itecord. I! .trJlI; |points IlIakl Ito A'ew Tome

I THIS SPACES v v I the legit bewiujr Machine to buy. i Beautiful Lots for Sale.

A Thoughtful Man. I II tarn die-I
Y1 v P1iiteforCIRCULAPSr B f r rent rylea according '
I\ !{.M. .: 40x137 feet at from $75 to $200 each,
M. 51. Austin of Winchester Ind.
v I I we manufacture imcis Uluitf purchwingTHE ; to location and surroundings.
V I knew what to do in the hour of need. -- I

...WILL BE... His wife had such unusual of I! NEW HOME! SEWISC! EACHIRE
: an case ,, Good IieZ:
11. i i I I CO'I Exceptionally Neighborhood, Beautiful
nJ w v stomach and liver trouble, physicians oRANGE MASS.:4UalonSqN.V.Ctiea (!
M v I I : ;: ; ;'j.IJI.\tn High, Dry Fertile Lands.
could not help her. lIe thought of
' ;, ht. IxjuLs.Mo.: Uil.a.s,1Vx.Sa; : l'rnmI e'o.Cal: !
} I and tried Dr. King's New Life Pills i I FOB tA'F FV 1 1I I
I A The grandest opportunity for investment ever
and she got relief at once and was I

vr 'I' finally cured. Only 25c: atV.. A. cffered in Pensacola.

AE V I D'AK-mberte's drug store, 121 S. Pal-ISpeakingof
Home Seekers Should See These Lots.V.ClubbS,
.BY AN... VGl afox street. }

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I Announcement Call on them at the! corner of Garden : Pens. !I Corner Garden. and Brit Streets.

v and Ale-iniz streets for carpep- ,

t terand electrical work or phone 660. i i
!% vV I \ Pen Is a mighty little thing.

/ ...OFIt ... ., The street cars stopping in front of : some folks wo-tll say-"hardly I: P.O. BRENT, WM. H KSOWLtM, M, K. HYKU, JR., i, H Bi- '&
i A Vt worth talking about." President. Vce-Pretid Cnbl r. Au 'agar
, V Jacoby's make it convenient for the I, I I

Vi II ladies. They will! find what they want Yet for a person that does ,

I BRAWNER'S I without going further. I I writing-ninch or little-the : First National Bank

i Ten is most important
Vat V I| The largest, the best and newsiest i I

" V :; The News, 10 cent per week. I Every good kind is to bo found I

: NEW :V here. The delicate, finely QT PENSACOLA.
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PROFESSIONAL CARDS, pointed Pen for ladies correspondence &.

I the long easy style I II I Ii WM. H. Kf 014LE I. W, A. BLOUNT F. C. BRENT K. HYER 1e->>
I W. C. ROWE M. D. I for ;('ncralllSe. the brnad stub
I I i for people! in a hurry. I
StoreOPENING I Office 17X S.

I Department sad Soars after trom o'clock 4 to VIIJ a. m Palaf.u.and 1 to 8 p. D There ue and is a every rLht! Pen hand for-let every us i' km Jsi hm: ) Mm A Ml t a ai ;:i,

V suit you with it. 9 d o
Phone 05.I I I ,
I I aWe draw oar ova Bills of Exchange oa Great BrU&Ja 'IPi '

| .* $ I Germany France Austria Holland *" s ''Pi
Italy Spain, Belgina
V I i tray, flwsdan. Denmark and other Zaropetn countries
VV i ATTOR. Y-AT-L"W. Ii i!:;rV6 faels Dnbuned: upon the Most Famrttls Terms a-, ';"*:!t

I Office=--&)9 Ttucoen Buildin?. I ObU3UOil Taken Parable at Port ci neaJipatiot Ten cr FK '-e *
Office Hours-8:30 a. u. to 1 p. m vw 2:30 p. m. to 6:30 p. m. I J 203 South Palafox Street, I ;.lT8af t1" Dopoait Boxes for Rent in Coflner'1':sI

Practice In all state and federal eoorti with which we hkre PMT vartwftnt for trot
>i'f.7ttttllR))))1...).))tit.)))))i)e)..)..).a.)))s AllbaaloeM entrusted to me will recetTf I PEXSACOLA, Fla. I ofRentert.
prompt and diligent attention.

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Maritime.Arrived. .

QUEen of :::cots. Xor bk, 1373: Ser

SUNNY Co.ensen Cast LonJor to S. P. Loiter! Vt )

ProEperino, It?! tf'04!: Bodero.Marseilles ::. r0 a -
I t ;
; to K. baars & Co. IN ;
-. Lebanon L. S. collier, 115';. to Xa 4 s91k

vy Depaitment.


is coming next week Dr. ss Zanzibar DlO. Robinson\ by
C ./ W. S. Keyser & Co., for Leith, with }

1 77S.OOO s ft lumber, 1.7: .('llij s ft sawn

in person. He will call .: ;. timber, S/iOO c ft hewn timber, valued
at $:!.'.815.3i.:

Am sch Donna Christina, 168 Axel-

at your house and present sea by J A. Merritt & Co., for Belize, "

with lS5Om, s ft lumber, valued at

$<"M_ *>>.

you with a large package of s Br ss :\Iayhn s. 1C1C, Be die, by f Y

act W. S. Keyser & Co., for:: Marseilles is the unique trade mark design of the. in i 1 t "

0o o0 with ;309,000! s ft lumber, 1,530,000;;;\ S ft National Biscuit Company. Always printed ; .1 ; '

06 0 sawn timber, valued :at 23,236.:! :!:; in red and white on each end of the package '4 t ij ? 1

that preserves the freshness, crispness and originaloven
VESSELS IN PORT. flavor of biscuit, crackers and wafers. tir .

Steamships.Asuncion For example; try Zu Zu Ginger Snaps, Graham k i '

Crackers, Butter Thin and Social i 4 '

de Larnnaga Dr ss, 2693, Tea Biscuit. ..l1. i

Kramer, Portland to Gulf Transit Co r

it fair trial and Cairucrag, Br ss, 1931: Gibson, Vera NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY t I
a '
Cruz to Sutherland-Innis Co. t
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j ; : s :
Durango, Span 55, Quintana, 2237. r. A
will learn he I New Haven to Sutherland-Innes Co -. I I F' I. "1 ,1 '
why lFtt
you ------ I IJ
Dorothy, Am ss, 1629, McDonald' 'U :''titU\I. FKKNCH BCHEDt'I E : f'f' ?'

to U. S. :\aDorotea \) \, J 1\ 1 i. ,: i
became Aust Following; i the schedule of theoverntnent J i ILContractor 16 L N G ', !k",4{ '
Sunny Jim ss liSt, Scopinlcb { steamer General French :' LI :", ,J !
Charleston to W. S. Keyser & Co. I I I
which TUB NEWS prints for the i: : ':' !
Ester, :fawed ss, 1C85, Horndahl, Gulf- benefit of the merchants who ship : ;
I port to H. Baars & Co aid : i \ I .1
their goods to the carious army BniMer.i ; ;.: :

I Earlwood, L'r ES, UFO, Brown, Havana poets: ''k .
Leaves Heneacola _____ __ 7:00 j. ?
to a. m.Leaves f
Sutherland ?
Innis Co. .
Barranfaa..._..___ 7:50 a, m. PLANS, SPECIFICATIONS AND ; 1: !
,.. I Francesca, Span es, Echevarrla, Leaves Plckens _._._.______ 8:10 a. m. ESTIMATES FURNISHED AT ,\n8 I.I t i 1r' ,,
..J Leaves Barrancas._._ _______ II:16 a. m. .
l: 1508, Biloxi to Gulf Transit Co. Leaves Fensacola ,_._,?___..__10.15; a. m. 't ; ( i
Arrives Barrancas 11:10 a. m. and then SHORT NOTICE. jt j* ,JA :" : ir ;
Greenwich Br
ss, 18G3. Cobb, Belize .
makes a trip to Fort McKee and tben re- r t!
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First-Class Work Guaranteed and! I i : 1
to C. C. Mengel Co. tarns to Barrancas. }
- Leaves Barrancas _________ 1:1:1 p. m. References Furnished. '; .". ,1 aft' ;
Katendrecht, Dutch es, Teensina, Leaves Plckens_____ __ _?._ 1:25: p. m. : ; :
A NATURAL POISE. NOT AT ANY PRICE.The L W. PEAKE, Vera Cruz to W. S. Keyser & Co. Leaves Feasacola _____ 4Op.m.! -IH EAST IXTKXDCJTCIA ST I :) i" j..I 1.t
Leaves Plckens .,._._____ 6:15) p. m. 1.
l'npopolorIan.. His 9tetgbbora Inchkeith, Br ss 2419, Major, Boston Arrives Barrancas 6:80) p. m. and makes .r '
Hl t.iuml In hut one Out of Cvery Irlp to McKee and return. V < i i'l
No. SO South Palafox street
and tbe Coming 'ooeral. pico, to Gulf Transit Co. f
fife lIuutlr..dUllwn. call bells: wires and all kin 1:! of I On Wednesdays and Saturdays the HARD.r ,< ; j !
than A Georgia man who was unpopular Marylands, Br ss, 1C1C, Breodle ,
ill to gay not inoro electrical supplies. Have him do boat will leave Barrancas via Pick- '" '
.."in out of T-nM H ulili\ > to walk in his community insuntl his lire for your work. Call phone 203. Portsmouth to Keyser & Co sns! for Pensacola at 8:30 p. m. .t Mi'',It!f.
Lr1lttLi nt onrnitly.nvtly $2.hM). lie took tile policy home to his The General French Is: for < j.' I
-it, <>r Teviotdale, Br ss 2338: Crooks, Tam- 'j; 1 '). I Ij'l
fur wife and said: : only and any outsider must .
: I li'iniully of to purposes :
Jacoby keeps the fullest lines pico, Gulf Transit Co.
") here life insurance ducuuifht have a from the t +
:'r lid !; jH-rJuriafd! : normally: is' Marl.i a pass quartermastero + 'f41 !
for"Thank? pickles, chowchows, olives; put up in \Vilhemina, Br ss, 1CS2, Bone, Tarn- take passage 01 her. $ 1f
.. noiuwl .I! '? .IUI. !
, .i (' rrtet. \\ K ;H <*
il jHiiM1 i natural: : IM>IM'. a JMIIUnirtli : you, dear," said his wife. the most attractive bottles in the city. pico, to Rix M. Robinson. -- \\1i ll

and I'liluli'iiiv' ; an tmt, I "How are you fivlins! ;: tmlay?" Zanzibar, Br ss, 1919, Robinson, WEEKLY SCHEDULE BRIe1i :?

":orl'laotli,, the Ixwly ('tern I "Not trill" Iw niiliml, "and I d.)ll t I FOR SALE, CHEAP! New Haven to Keyser & Co M' '
thick I Ions fur tLisn..rIJ.! and I i FOB STEAM DIVISION +11
'a.: ;(> or 1"'l'h'r. hi standing; am ; Ships. < :i' I
j bi"(* fir rciitt ,
t'!:'io UilN!! ol tinftvt, of OIK- lily wash that jou &evuteltell of till aged-good for cows or hogs. Carana, Ital shlp.Cosla, 14S8, Cape RAILWAY COMl'ANlf. { : ; i

: .is tin t"i-,<' iuiy b"'. I I mousy to dcfrujlLg my funeral t'X-i A9tf TIlE LEWIS BEAR CO. Town to H. Baars & Co. Trams leave Peceacola for the L.)K. ALWAYS\ ON HMDHALF. !-t!iJII

::.t. ii joinig child bi'for- pl'US..S" Errol, Nor ship, 13C4. Walters, Lou- Bayou, Big Bayou, WarrIngton Navy V nand

r tlilhtl! i.iiiilnml mill "Mercy on mo'" exclaimed the wife I renco Marqucz, to oruer. 6:30 Fort a.marrlveatFort Bar.anoaa at Barrancas r:16..r ,.r; ,I

11 f its s-t.iti. It 'Why do you want uch uu expensive : Crew Notices. Am ship Kennebpck, 1936, Lame, 10:00 a.m.arrive at Fort Barrancas 1CU_.a jot" f, i
-iiuki-n chest prutrudI funeral" 1:00 p.m.arrive at Fort Barrancas 1:66 p B .. ... J'
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Boston to John A. Merritt & Co. Bsd p. m. arrive at Fort Barrancas 4:15 p t : : : i
"I'll I'm satlsflod
'I 11"lt t klii'i explain. perfectly 8:16 p.m. arrive at Fort Barrancas TiOOp : ,
:ii.i* \\ If oiiu- that luilxxiy111 attend my funeral, Indus Ital ship, Oneta 1111 Mar- "8:00 p.m.arrive at Fort Barranoas 8:5p.n -TO- t '
,r tin nil'iutrs, te and I want to Lire people to go at so seilles to Itosotco Bros. Trains leave Fort Barrancas Feet f' .: f !

vll.' shifts UlirOUl'iHit ninth a 11'1111. I'm poiiif; nit .Uy and Saga, Xor ship, liana, 1224 Montevideo cola It7:161.m.. arrive at Pensacola_. S:00 k.11 ONE MILLION t fi t:
NOTICE -Neither the captain, Own- ; ;
to tlif Utln! 'r. If see \\lint nrranjieiiit'nts I can make for : to master 11:uo p. m. arrive at I'f\nsloolall:611 pn j h,1"i : yt
ers nor Consignees of the Br. ss Ur 8:00 p. m. arrive at Pensaoola_ S:45 p.n I Pi
her attendants that -Ian- ; I
tor n half hour on furthfotulru na Barks. 6:00 p m arrive at Pensacola_ 6:45 p :n I .'\. :; G ; t\". .
k; ah:u."t of hag'-: choly taI'Ilt< tm. If tlH-y "-. 'II't (''im- sula Bright will! be responsible for 7:00 p. m.arrive at Peniacola_ 7:45 p. ;;rL.. tt !
thc wt'tiriiu &l.o I'll hire Vm and debts Aviemoreor bk, Hansen, 1043, 8:45 p. m.arrive at Penlacola.M 8:80p a (
: jnutishy, Just give contracted by the crew of said
'lSaturda71 only
!I. _- 1 I"'iml' tn-r.iM.v Vm uu order oil you for UH uwm-y.,40 vessel. COODE Captain. Rio Janeiro to order : TABS: POS WEIK: : DATS Get Our Prices BeforePurchasing. 'f', !.' j i j

-hk. The law of lie went forth anti at nightfall re- AV. S. Keyser & Co., Consignees.10m Ital bK Aniellina, 803::, Maniace, Marseilles Pensaoola to Fort Barrancas return tin i ,
.' tit i-i for tunnil with a tlt'j''l't.llllok. to H. Baars & Co. Pensacola to Navy Yard: and return_ U 1' [
Pensaoola to Palmetto Beaob and reicrc idSCMCAT ? <
'" ,'k the (earth but "Slnrla," he !said "it's 110 use.! You Enrichetta Accame Ital bk 993: IOHIDDD1.: it.
.1>. also! such, that can have the whole $2K-X Jut &t to II When weather permits the running t ''''1 :' .L : I
Tassino Genoa, to S. S. L. Co '> : lit' :
S.ital part or c'a1.1ul my funeral 'oul'S"lf-\tlanta Consti- open coaches. : l fs .
LODGE DIRECTORY i I Birma, Nor bk, :DJ'J; : Hansen, East Lent FeniacoU. Lv Fort BarriBMt : I
I of I tution.
our 1..1) :
:,_'li to tin our biJMM London to order. 11( a.i. m m.. 17at I'm.:% C Capacity 50,000 Daily.'I U I: ,irJ'; r I

1 -- f.itlzuo.; A It !in Mnrtleil the huh.They and KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. Carlo P, hal bk, Doffe, 1C73::, Montevideo I p.m. I Ip.m.p.m.Ipm JtJ!; i r f
"' were conservatory '
1 -nciiiiiK't t*' wellS to order lp. m p.m. : 'rt.i4 I
i \\ ? our s-tivngtU: ? be had pluikt-d a flower to give to her. Pen ael_ L ul,(e, No. 3, K. of P., / Gregoria, Ital bk, Ohvari, 847, Ten- Ip.m pm, : ; _! .,"IJ f !
.. This would Lava l mi of no imiiortamx' 6p.m. Ip.m, 1 '-j
: \' r. :ttha\ (ruin the maetsevery Monday evening I ieriff to order I p. m. I p.m. I
to anj biwly < Ise if her brother, wilt :
: 'It, the Ktoniju-h &7:3.1 at Castle all. FABl FOB SCIfBATfeaiaoolato McMillan Brick Go.t't '
Minerva, Ital bk, 993, Chiesa. Cape : ,
1 ,. .' that take 1:1.11",11 WI.rI1'lult"I'r his botany lesson In the Blonat -- Watson art arranoal Navy
< we .
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BnlM'.ng, third floor.Vlslilng lard and return _____ I4 :
ImtllHt str1I it, Town Pensacola Lumber (0
i' iirNlmicnt. .\ ; brethren cordially Pensaoola to Palmetto BeaonTJltnpn ant
:" 1 ly' through; thom "'leak. (out!" lie i-ritd. "lhat may go welcomed J. A. LYLE I Mary A. Troop, Br bk, 1118, Walley, ._______ 1N Pine Barren, Fla.' fJJ ;'lllVJIS'f

.."-.': -., it I H inii sat)'.' : !i, HOSIER 0,C. Santos to order. I file height elnd liter 1:18p. m. 1 .. f,
.' ll.e rout dro-i>ed tie flower and K.K.A. .,
His IH' kept alt | Prospero Hepetto, Ital ship, 11S1, {r # 41 1
?t i nnnnl iicthit.v.t then liKiked sheepish. I Genoa to order. ? i ie
.. .' "Jo".T!" 1.o ('.laimid. P.IIII in l..tAst No. 13 WiWNNRR t k.
IIHu'At not > Holf Xor bk Torgensen, 1170, Cette : : f
I [ [EXE8S[ Co.rlv R
"Uf) tlturso. said the ln> "lK>ll't
',1"'i', iwithi-r mu-t y. meets every Tuesday evening nt j:')). at I SOUTHERN '
'" -it u iiiul! ['fI'SS ono you ki.ow then i is a ['l"tilla it?" "a,tle II til corn. r Palnfox and Garden to Master. -yNICK'S

i ,:-rld. When, the jouth! gctthe boy nhme streets. Visiting KcUhti J. ALIIEKTjOHMsON cordially Invited., I Thomas, Ital: bk, Lauro, 809, Xaples I al 11 ,

-- some time. \Le is going to make It MTV VAS liFRKIV.: C. C. to master !
,, K. of It A t<.
iLtert: ting fir Liui.iuvgo\ 1'ust.Kvitili.iiK Schconers. i
., t "n.). 1,1, I Dona Christina, Am sch, 1G3: Axel--
'\' 1 n.lh'al1f l.iil Uaihbone Loil:;:e, No 3O. K. of P
Coatzacoalcos to order. 0
: : 'r.\ 1.1 S said lie t'(.ulll Miss WitLirs-1 presume Mr. TIIpp son j4Y.t
.\TIJJo"t: : I.OHjE XI). :!II, Knights of
'" :.-.led l-.v iV way dt made his u.UlI.I'I':'!)" call oil you last 1 It !I'Ylblom..eli every Ihuridav even- !I Mabel Darling, Br 6ch, Sweeting
: .- .! : InK at j:1: ) o'clock. Ib..lrI..tle hail,on Dunmore Town to master
tin' litiu-l 1 of night i
,, inner third floor Uloiint-Watsrm bUilding,soutba j i R RTflilT Q iJ)
.. ,,' Miss Callu\\-Y"s, and I must say att corner of I'rihifoT and iarden street :i Governor Blake, Br sch, -, Grand

c :., ,:" ":' a 11 1! frtmi four el,:Ltyr I that lie made a fool I of himself.MNs Visiting knights! are cordially. AU.MO.S welcomed.: i iIt. '[ Cayman, to Jno. A. Merritt & Co To all parts of the country.The r, I Vl etpI

.:., : ,.lntxiilainctl the tll'n-I'r"l'osl' to you. eh:- C. T. I.lny: l:. C. Gardiner B. Reynolds, Am sch, C31,
K. of IL and S.
"U'- ti' >U; up a pitcher Riihuoud ln>pauh.SoporlUc.. 1, if
\, Anderson, LaGuayra to order.
,' r '." .:u;" Le said the U-ll Southern Express Company
.. ., Richard A. Bingham, C9, Merritt,
., :' thirsty tall i.-o. o. F. receives and forwards freight, DAILY MENUS '1it
\ Mrs. Shnrp4 My 1 husband'stroubled l'In Belize to C. C. Mengel & Brosjuddiu's
.., and valuables of all descrip-
.. \ is: IIny! from Kendnt's with insomnia terribly of late, Pensacola Lod e No 4 i money Comprise all tbe Up-to- 4 ltr '
file {Best
for ve.I .
.. tions to pll of the { 4
parts country,
:'" all. -Judge. but he pot some sound sleen last night meets evflry!' 'hur day evening at 7:90 at Date Dishes tbe Mar's
Mrs. Xl'xdol't"om new medicine? KitTnrd hall"t''! We.t Intendencia street. I with connections for Canada, Mexico '
brethren tnvltad.C.JOHASsax tats of the World
Visiting cordially ,
..' < >! l.u.iuKb: For slim.r Mrs.harpe-\Vell, yes. I told Urn N. G.Gir. SEND YOUR ORDERSto Havana, Cuba, European points, Afford.
: V' I t' ,'ante of that fellows I was pure I heard burglars down- .STISSOV, Secretary. : II
> : ti'lime: iH-oj.le to go to stalrs.-l'Lilndi-lphia Puss Pearl & Dolive for carpenter or etc 1
electrical wcrk. Repair work a The Southern Express Company -

:. Lis own medu'ine at IIraw Lad In kluit. specialty. operates on 30,00) miles of" first- Ladies' Private 1 t( !
The great rice: horse Braw Lftd, writ
class routes and in connection with
\ .ns: tJwt, ? nir of tliirt-st:>'eu races is now at HARPER The Beer
.. TIIH! ii grass wiJvW.I. .- Lexington.: Kywhere be will be retired the: Adams Express Company, on Dining Parlor.,> i } rr

1 I. : to the Hull at Keeuland tlnD.Sf"bowr' through way-bills, with throughcars

That Made and through messengers, per
Hartnu 1'lnni.It
WHISKY a I forms a unified service, constitutingthe Regular Dinner
is J. Schorr's Intention to met + Daily.Short t I

\\G FEVERS. h.\a best slrlrg in the east next year, : D UnH lmn F rAM OQSVICTORIA U largest system of the kind in 4 ,

: t\ .ntir months the onmencin2 at I Westebister. :\. Y. the world. Orders

Money Orders are sold at all Promptly
: -nap and Vigor, out For liver troubles and ronstlpatlonThere's -15- Filled, flight or Day. 1
agencies of the Southern Express d ; ij
.' 'weather produces a nothing better in creation

!. Than Little Early Risers, the famous Company at reasonable hours. Re- -
reaction sets
.y-a It 'It',
Something Good to Eat
:, ,"-'Is and kidneys little pills. 4ato ceipt is given and money is refunded you vUb,yoa'll find it I' 1, 4 ,

':L. and aUuan ac- Little Early Risers are different MADE BY ACME BREWING CO. if order is lost.

: waste mater. The from all other pills. They do not P BEST 10-CENT BOTTLE BEERIN This is the cheapest way to send Nick Apostle's s K Rt

'''s weak and digestion weaken the system, but act as a tonicto TOWN.DANNHEISSER. small remittances by mail or other. .PopularlRestaurantCARPENTRY KIII 1.

the tissues by arousing the secretions wise ,
liver to the BROS E. W. FOWLER,
;:.\ will tone up the and restoring the
'. Agent, Pensacola, Fla.
full of its functions na-
performance t
-. I
.\ matter and you turally. Hargis' Pharmacy, John PURE & MELLOW Branch Offices: 'yl+

and cheerful.! Sold by Sheppard, Sidney Kahn. I I. f, Harper fiistey. J. B. Roberts Depot Store.

Jas. Hansen Cor. Alcanlz and AND zzI 4.1. : :
See Hudgins new style of label.Quinine Gadsden.J. .
-- Main House-401 S-lPalafox street ELECTRICAL WORK
E. Williams, Cor. DeVilliera and
-'- -----
I Bale byDannheisser R. R Exchange-Opp. Union DepotP. -

Later0 0, Box 281. Pensacola, Fla Jackson. Ring np Pearl tit; Dollve, phone 660, i}
Bros. Sol Cahn, Cor. Palafox and Inte
r.. PJl j on every If von bare any carpenter or electrical ''
CI.rlsaCold ir.One Day, Crip"in 2 Days(!}. CQ'IIoL 25c I Phones! 116-268. dencla. work you want well done.

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is no end to the continual increase in WILL EXPORT, Oldest and

expense. A state print shop would bea HARDWOODS AT PENSACOLA.C. Cherry Pectoral Largest Agency ia

very successful scheme to add several West Florida.Knouiles .
C. Mead & Co., Nashville, Tenn., *
thousands yearly to the burden Ayer'sA Get well before you have to
has with IEST.tBLISit( II1:
firm arranged Scranton
borne by the tax payers. think of .11hr:.
Entered at the Post Office at Pen Miss,. parties for a lot of hardwoodsand weak lungs, bronchitis -
-cola.. Fla., second class matter. Perkins the Fakeer is the name of a the products will be handled at pleurisy. L;:r" :':

new book which is an amusing trav- Pensacola. The woods are bought in Bros.INSURANCE
-- -- ----
Pitta Building 211%
OFFICE: ersity on reincarnation by Edward S. Mississippi, brought here on cars and Great Sensation.
Palafox street, np-stairs. Wa will launder your sprtadd 101 .
I Van Zile author of "With Sword and loaded on vessels for various European There was a big sensation In Lees- 16 cents each and make them look

THE NEWS PUBUSHINC CO. Crucifix. The story is a most original destinations. vine, Ind. when W. H. Brown of that like uw Star Laundry.TO .
one dealing with modern characters
place who was ezpeced to die, had
under the spell of an East India Mahatma HAPPY DANS WERE
-Terms Invariably In: Advance. DEFEATED his life saved by .-r. King's New Discovery !;! CUKE A OOU IN OXK DAYTake
a Yankee who, having spent fiftj'years
.One Year by mail .. ....-........5 00 for consumption. Rewrites "I: Laxative Bromn Quinine TablrtiTbltnltnatore : AND
India has this
in returned to
jUs Months .. .. ...... 250 and his in Sunday evening the Happy Dans endured insufferable agonies from box, ttc. tfrYAt.V.L on ever;
country uses an
')De week by carrier, payable Monday powers and Giart Juniors played at the "Big Asthma but your New Discovery gave REAL

... .. .. ......... .... ... 10 alarming as well as an amusing man Ditch" diamond and the first-named me Immediate relief and soon thereafter SEE ELECTRIC LIGHTS AT SOL ESTAT
ner. The illustrations are from drawings effected a complete cure. Similar OMON'S. 1
: suffered defeat in a score of 14 to 12. I
I 309 South
Advertising Rates Furnished on Ap by Hy Mayer, In photogravures cures of Consumption, Pneumonia Palo ':strtn
for the Dans Con-
Battery Happy were
plication. 80 cloth1.00. The Smart Set Publish Bronchitis and Grip .
are numerous.It's
hors Reilly and O'Connor: for Giants desires his friends Phone 21
ing Co., New York City. PExl'
the peerless remedy for all throat
TELEPHONE NO 118. Juniors were C. Roach and Rupert. A and the public to know that! be has <.A.I

Representaive; Wells -of Hills- ousiness meeting of the Happy Dans and lung troubles. Price 50c and $1. Moved to Room 508, Tbleen buildin -

borough county has introduce Bis bill will be held at .. ::::0 this evening. Guaranteed by W. A. D'Alemberte, where bo will continue as here
Druggist 121 S. Palafox street. Trial tofore, a general law practice. I
(\\JNI.! ( asking for 150,000 for :a Florida exhibit GENCIRI..iCLx1'The
at St. Louis. It seems very probablethat
this bill will pass for it is generally Equitable
-- -- the many sweet things keptat .
FEI8A30LA: APRIL ) 3, 1803 believed that the progressive spirit -
Report of the Condition of Jacoby's nestore will be found
largely predominates in the present
--- -- -- bottled honey, and a variety of candies I Life Assurance
legislature. The state can well afford SocietyOf
Faith in the ballot and popular sovereignty it for it is practically out of debt T4 1 First h1Lcn1 Bank at ten, twenty and thirty cents Cream Parlors

is receiving a jolt down in per pound. the United States
and the amount asked for is little more
Tampa where the voters Live declaredfor
than the state has been paying in AT 1'L'tiAC(1I.A: I. 25 S. Palafox Street I1ENUY B. HYDi:; Found,
bonds at three or ,fotr elections HAVE YOU SEEN THE EASTER
yearly interest on its bonds which in
and now it is claimed tha more than 1\ Tin STAn: OK tLORIDATTHt: : LINE OF NECKWEAR AND HOSIERY -' NEWLY 'Strongest: in the World'
all probability will now be taken: .
I .. ..,90 per cent of them have signed petitions ur CLOE OK BfblNEf-rf. APRIL THAT GRAY, GOODMAN &
and cancelled. the $30,000 asked for .
...' to knock out the bonds. nth, 1W3. RADER ARE SHOWING. REFITTED AND FURNISHED.All
is none tco much but wil enable the The teams arc kepi ,
Rehuurces.Loans Kinds of Creams, Ices, Glaces
state to make a good! showing, better today although the "
Mr. Bryan says he voted the populist a and discounts ...... .. ...1 "M/N) 5S PICNIC
ticket in ISO-: for the good of the one in fact than many of the other Overdrafts, secured and unsecured Fruits and Cakes. formally opera J. I n!
... .. .... ..._.. .._ 85AI5: 25: though to deliver .
slates will have tllt're.s we have The Ladies' Auxiliary of the B. of PRIVATE PARLORS FOR LADIESOR all
democratic party. Now if he had onlysta'ed U. K lionds secure circulation lwM"i Premiums U. $. bunds..... ..... 4.h41M. L. I will
said before, Florida is closely associated } give a picnic on April Sat
with for the
the populists same Htocks. securities,etc ..... .... 18X.HJ7: 44B PARTIES.
historically with the Louisiana: purchase .nkln -hlJU..., uruiture and Magnolia Bluff. Tickets 2> cents.
reason how different things might .Ulures.. .... ._.. ... .... IS Ail coo Maillaird's Candies a Specialty. E.ST.CLAIRTHOBS,1EXPERT
have been.-Apalachicola Times. anJ should be there both: from Other real estate owned .... ....._.. lu.Tlu !t! Trains will leave union depot at 2:30

Now when you look the facts squareIn I practical and sentimental considera Due Blinks frollatiulJlII(not Reserve p. m., 4 p. m. and SCO: p. m. a3td: PHONE 602. CHIROPODIST

tions. A'iusl ... .. .. .. t 1.101111 I ..
the face, dldn't he stay with the I
Due from Stttte Banks
populists and didn't the most of the and hankers .. I'I'<,..) 41 I iCORNS, BUNIONS A\D .:\(;1 C .

democrats skedadle to him. He stayed CURRENT COMMENT.The But' from npprovcureserve -. .... ING NAILS SUCCESSFUL
niifiiis 812.113 JCiifcksaiid :1 i'i'S i'Ali'i'ilSili *'! ii i ii i i,SAlW'i.i'i*' ASAS.'J-'iw5 5'i'i'i'i'i!'!'!i'i i'ii .1
other cuali ;;, : TREATED
y with the populists and the populists ; I
items'l 10
i stayed with him, if not where did they Philadelphia Record (Dem.) Notes of other atlonal : 521 South Palafox Strti \ ? c' ,..
says: "Temperance is now moving for Blinks ..... .......... ,010 00 ,I
Bay HatePensacola
stay and where are they now t Frtictiunul papt-r cur- FascinatingStyles. ; ,
ward well
on approved lines. ThereIs
rxiicy, nitkds und .- I
a falling off in the effort to curb the cents .. .. 173 00 Ht'orbes1 I II
Is there no way by which we can drink habit by piohibitory laws and a LAWH M tSF.Y HE-

top whskey dealers from bringing resort to other forms of restraint-especially i-KltVEI.N B\NK.\. : ;
Specie .. ..llcAw 00 ;; ... I ;; Produce
whiskey here by wagon loads and sMl- heavy taxation of the traffic Land egaltender10x145 :J I
local option The appetite for .... *i.i' It \ -
ing out promiscuously? It seems itedeinptiimfund with -- -
drink cannot be abated by law but the l!. 1'\. Treasurtr (t5'r ) ,;
to us that there should be just as temptation to engage: in ministering to of circulation). ..._.... 5.000 ()O-' II.ln11( NEW SPRING SHIRT i I
much law to the WAISTS AND SKIRTS. 'j Commission Co.
( prohibit men from bringing appetite can be greatly lessenedby TOTAL.. .. ..... ..... ..... ..........1.6:15,51 S 53 ........
'. It here and selling it against the making such employment expensiveat \ -- ;!
-' ; wishes of the better class of the outstart and making the dealer Ltahilitira ;.: THEY are made according to the Elea on'f! Most Approv d Styles West Govern c n St-vet
people as :
responsible for the injudy resulting Capital fork paid in ................... {\I I.l1II (.1 i
... ... .. 'i) of the Best and Most Popular Materials.!
there is to prohibit the establishing of from the abuse of his privilege" Surplus Undivided fund profits less expenses. .. 11iilJO (>411) ., !. I I FRESH CONSIGNMENTS DAILY! OF

q t an open bar without the consent of the The Richmond Times-Dispatch and taxe Brink>paid notes... ..outstanding ..... ...-. 20.SM fs"Nutional 3.: WHITE LAWN WAISTS. j I CHICKENS, EGGS AND COuVfRY

j people. If mere is no way to prevent ({)(1m.) Fays: "One of the best signs ..._ . ..... ........... liiO.OOO 00 BEAUTIFUL CREATIONS OK THE JWAISTMAKEKS1: PRODUCE.
the sale of whiskey here all our merchants Due to other National ,
of the times is that northern
men are .
I Hanks { SIM. 12 .I[ I
I should add a whiskey department disposed to open their eyes and see I lateBank.: lInd i\ $1.00, S1.50 $2.50 $3.0010 $4.50. Consignments Solicited.
.. ,
) bunkers. SflsiT"Individual -:!
the problem as it is. Southerners L I
to their stores and share in the negro -- ___ __
t are glad that slavery is a thing of.! to depositskiiliject oh"ck .. 1.211"1! ; Reference: American Nato* !!a'(,
lJI spoils with those who sell it here MADRAS AND PIQUE WAISTS
the past. It was a curse to the whites I 1 Demand certiticatesofdeposit PHONE 6C6.::
,,1 -Florala XC\\s. but it was in many respects a blessing .. ... ll. OcR .! . .
S ('. .rUIIA'> ..... .. lo vCnsDirr's > ..
Its often just that in the blacks. ------
way brother to It was just the training : checks out .

1 dry towns. Prohibition don't prohib tnat the negro race needed, and if thenegro standing .......... ...... ... 'SI 'Il.qni.mi: ,) IB' : FINE DRESS SKIRTS. 1'KOPCmi.S will Iw roc n

it. People who want whisney will jotmth of the day could have TOTAL ...... ....... .... .. .. .*l."tt.Vi3 il !.' SEASON'S RK1GNINU MATERIALS, !Bureau Lf SJii'plir: ; ant AXavy
the same sort of training, without : .
1 OopartiiK'ni
; Ua'liin
1 $T.tTF.UFF'U1Y,1nAlUt'\TrOF :
buy somewhere somehow. and with little book !J /.' ...o. ::*U.HO, +< ;.flO t !
cry a sa\'I' ss: ., v 'j' ? .' v- tll "'. 1... I l 12 o'clock
thrown in. the negro problem I, tl.l K. }!y..r Jr. ('"...hl'r of the nl>ovpnaiuiil : and publicly '
blink. d suleninlr Miut be St-en to bo Appr'eiated.WALKING >p -n u
Speaking of !:tHOU be solved. ire training that the <> swear that theiilMiiestateiiunt ______ __ __ thereafter,
; party politics, if it Is !j i is true to the best of Ill) 0 ; i to furm b HI
principle at bottom, how is it possiblefor negro needs is in obedience in man- : k now ll'ugt'uh.1 belief. Wide Itance Color and l ; Yard 1'ensacola. Fa: .,

men to be democrats as to state ners.. in mortals and in indu'triallJ1tr.1suits. i I W. K. HnII.JR."IIbl..r.Huhl'ri1..1 I SKIRTS 1)11'5-Itb1 Materm: $2 t $1 25, $2.5018! $6 !. j machine tools, ool'' -. ; I 1

That sort of education' would and sworn to before me this ; -. --- -- I nails, hardware, ton,-
affairs but staunch republican.; as to be blessing indeed the '. lumber i
a to race. huh: (sty of April, mahogany 0.1;;
national affairs?Cocoa and Ilwk- W. S. UOULKTS, Notary Public. W. J. & B. FORBES. brass, tin, iron, tit.: '
Correct-Attest: I .
The Charleston Post (Dem.) says .
pipe.. pip fittin- .
lege Xews K. U. Uvr.\T. j) -. :- '
i "Dr. ParUiurst of New York, preacheda WM.; H. K>o'ALFs, 1 Directors. !'!'! iii !niaiT'! !!'! ai !'! !l!'! !.! !'! !'En" aiSn aa!'! !'.,7uu au Blank pioM| ).'aIs WI '
pooil It. G.
very sermon
I anyLing pro-slavery on BKfc'-T on application to '" N
Sunday. This is not for slavery
an age !;sacola Fla., or in
but but if the doctor! will amend his : KENNY
expose your ignorance. The line ParmaI
qty remarks to make them applicable to .1
'. 3-20-0.: :!.
tip on national: affairs is nuanti always ,
the suffrage conditions of the South he

has been the test as to party politics. will town upon a practical and comPetent I I

:, It is not usual for party lines to question. He rightly says that I OUR WARRINGTON AGENCY

be drawn closely} in local and state since the negroes are not capable of I is I
being the law for themselves they were The NEWS j is on sale Dv MII
contests for office anti I I
fortunate in days of slavery to havemasters i Keefe at Warrington who s *.iti *
vote for the democratic candidates who were the law to them j jAmi
i ed to receive and receipt for.. s.
at such elections in this state by the same token they are for-
Deer Uealthful !! scriptions. Residents of the n :--i'
for very good and sufficient reasons.VLcn tunate now in having the white man'to ', 'I
make and administer the law for tion may now be supplied wit) c n
\ a &oi: tells he is
pi you a republican
't' them and to keep them from mischief. ''of the paper several hours aftei "e
on national issues but is a democrat All of which is commended to the |
issue leaves
in state and local matters you 'mere doctrinaires of whom President V I the press.

may kno'xn it is a republican that is RooseVelt spoke contemptuously in j i But a "green beer"beer insuffi-

discussing this question in accepted SEE ELECTRIC LIGHTS AT SOuOMON'S. .
addressing you. At the same time doctrinaire style." ciently aged half-fermented -- fermentson .
we must n/eosnize the fact that there ,

is a constantly increasing class of in I I
the stomach
HEAVY MAILS WERE causing biliousness and
dE'flendl.nt'oters that cannot be permanently I TIME TO
I located in either jiolitical headaches. YOUR DINING ROOM, AND VA! *

party: ; some will call ihemsoMesdemocrats I'n'isually! heavy mails were carried I STON & QUINA HAVE WHAT YGrf

' and smie will call themselves ) : WANT IN SIDEBOARDS, CHINA!
l out by letter carriers from the local Schlitz Beer is well aged.
rl'publirarl.ut they am more pitstoffice this morning. The mail wasa'l TABLES AND CHAIRS

properly designated asirdppendeuts! oJ' r regular matter and the human --
There is beer that's not free CREX AMERICAN GRASS CA*'
--- not
mugw umps. "freight: carriers" labored hard to deliver pure

the accumulated matter. The from bacilli. It's for PETS AND LINOLEUM, FINES
Many suggestions: and much advice not good you.
7 large increase of mail matter lately THING ON EARTH FOR YOLK
has already Ixen off-Ted to the slate I
has set the postmaster to thinking j HALL, DINING ROOM OR OFFICE-
legislature about securing additional clerk and j pure. 4
follow Some of it is Wise and some is
carrier service:?. .
t otherwise. The nest mliruious: one II I QUINA..

r we have noticed !laid')' is the proposition MEETING. I None but the costliest materials That's an extreme precaution. I
go into Schlitz I'ccr- the best of
r to \st\hh! a state priutery mod .\ meeting ot the Board of Medicals j ji.xaminers barley, hops and A \Vc age it for months, at a tem- OMON'S.Hot.
to eyed after the one of the United Statein veast. partner i --
;t1. I will! he held on May 1st, !i in our business selects! them. Future of 31 degrees, before we I I'
Washington! : which is using market : With
up next:! for the purpose 01 examining applicants -j it. Chocolate
thousands of tens of paper and turn I ICe spend more on cleanliness Solo
Whipped Cream at
to practice medicine in the I II i ,
I ing out printed niatttr that nobody First Judicial District. alone than the whole cost of brewThat a heavy mon's.

I} wants by the car load ana all at pib-I LOn DeM. CLOCKCil. I ; without it. Then ve filter the beer then

lic expense. The expense; to KOPIJ! the All-endl"t Secretary. We cool Schlitz Beer in plate sterilize every bottle after it is STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE
Joernml'ntlriutln office going U glass rooms and filter all the air sealed. Sterilized beer can't have

..'t something enlrmnus.nil yet it i 3I I i that touches it. germs in it.
proposed that our legislature shall imitate BREATH I II Jetween Pensacola anti Milton .ft "
this piece of expensive e\tra\i- I Is a never failing sign of a healthy
: I Yet Schlitz Beer brewed with all these liana Dally Except Sunday
pance. The proposition comes from stomach. When the breath is bad ---

the Quincy Herald; which says: the stomach is out of order. Thereis "
precautions that double the
"The present Florida legislature has no remedy in the world equal to ,

a beautiful chance to establish a state Kodol Dyspepsia Cure for curing Indigestion cost of the .? )fUton .... 8.tri "in Lv ivo-acou. .*p
brewing --- Ul'enaaeola.Io Ar Milton '
printing office and dyspepsia and all stomach
save: several thousands Fare loc: Rood: trip.II In>

yearly to the tax payers and give disorders. Mrs. Mary S. Crick of costs you no more than -

the heads of the state departmentstheir White Plains. Ky.. writes: ''I have

literature in proper time in proper been a dyspeptic for years-tried all common beer, if you JEWELER IN HIS

shape." kinds of remedies but continued to
will ask for it.
There is not the remotest chance for grow -worse. By the use of Kodol I NEW STANDI

any member to get such a measurethrou /I began to improve at once and after I Ask for the brew-

h and is is very doubtful if one ,,.: taking! a few botttles am ally restored -

can be found with the ambition ta, in weight. health and strength ery bottling. have! moved my jewelry < 're to

sear a feather: !in his hat by introducing and can eat whatever I like." Kodol E MfS' 12-;) South Palafox, former v "ctt'

It. One of the greatest dangers to l I, digests what. you eat and makes the A pled by Bias &; Co., and am o1

popular government consists ia th e :| stomach sweet. Jla-;s' Pharmacy better prepared than ever t< ;;'76

ceaseless clamor to be doia? this that John Sheppard Sidney Kahn. great bar alas in diamonds,wac 1e''

or the other thing at public expense i: I jewelry etc. Call and see ff andlet

I for once the thing is set gcing there Try The News Want Column. I L. BEAR & CO. Wholesale Agent for Pensacola. me convinc yon. .


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- FREE FREE IN BORROWED PLUMAGE.Well y A., 0. O'NEAL, President; No. O6O8. M. E. CLARK, Cathler; '

S. J. FOSHEEYIce-President; JOHN PfEIFfER, Au't Cashier.
RANDOM Dressed Womta Who Wear
: CAUGHT AT Goad Seat on Approval.

When the ways of some women are AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK

V,./ -* Ay TO KIDNEY SUFFERERS.An considered, it is less remarkable that ,
,- Junes makes a good sugn. much numbers of women dwelling in '
, .' > and should it be tollowedIthe the large cities dress extravagantly .
E. ,v.n will benefit by it; was avre- OpportunityVorthy than before their methods of securingrich Designated Depository of the United:States. rN'Condensed
I "The suggestwthat costumes for all occasions have
... ,rnade. jesterday. been scrutinized. Statement at the clot of business March 2O/I9C3.
:| Admiral, Dewey be pressed of Your Notice. A
; There lire women and many of ttem RESOURCES. LIABILITIES.
IVnsacoIa and view the13tead

, ?,line to the inspection I very wealthy, who oaks a regular Loassand Discounts..... ........ ...... ... 1375,03762; Capital Stock ...... .... ......... ...... .... $200.000.00 s
*.' of making practice of having elegant garments Demand Loans...... ...... ...... ...... .... 83.20300 Surplus .. .... .... ...... .... .... ...... .. .... 20,000.00
,, ,b. p ast, of Virginia. I believe if If'you suffer with kidney disease or SOLI; to their homes on approval, wearing Overdrafts..... ................ ........ .... 2,35293 Undivided Profits...... ....... .... ..... .... 609.39 j
it-, .,-MT steps were taken the or any ailment arising from an improper them once ai.d then returning themto U. B. Bonds and Premiums......... ...... 213.806.67 Circulation.................... .... .... ... 125,000.00
,. ,ail from Pensacola soon would action of the kidneys or urinary organs stores or costumers. Some women Stocks, securities, etc.... ...... ...... ...... 2,62500 Dividends Unpaid,............ ............. 64.00 t
will wear a dress or a cloak to theopera Furniture and Fixtures.... ...... .... :..... 8.718.48 Deposits ...... ...... ...... ............ ...... 621,346.81
-. !:ie.' and the famed hero would this offer we make to the peopleof . .
a. : and send it back next morning.Or Cash Exchange.. ... . .. 283,16630 1
an here instead of what hast Pensacola should interest you. In It
they will pet a hat or wrap and go
.. usual custom. A strong ef.rms the advancement of medical science,
the consummation the driving or visiting iu It The average Total...... .... .... .......... ............ $966,910.20 Total.... .... .... .... ...... .... ....... .... $966,910.20 frj
. about kidneys, the organs of tae greatest would be astonished to know all
' person This bank opened for business October 23,1900. We respectfully solicit yourpatronage [and we will give
j. desired end would not hurt importance to human health, have not the things! ; from handsome umbrellas Tour business prompt, courteous and careful attention. ale ;1

,,ch efforts were successful been neglected, and in placing before and fans of great bounty to jewelry '

,. at. ..r organization who would you such a cure as Doan's Kidney Pills ai.d clothes, that some women borrow 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.

10 its success would be en- the proprietors. recognize how far so from the shops. FA's I Ic '
Of all of these not
course women are
all the honors that could be many statements of the makers of
well off, but they all dress well .nd
them. I am now waiting to similar preparations have fallen shortof
go out a great deal, and although the Jt
!1 take up the matter first their claims, being convinced thatno shopkeepers often discover the mannerin I

golden! opportunity will be remedy for kidney complaints in which they are being deceived, they t

-,ip b).." existance equals Doan's Kidney Pills do not always like to make a fuss for

for such ailments; strengthened in fear of losing a good customer. Besides \C't70

thin now remains to these conv'Mions: by letters that are they know that if they incur the enmity

1 .-. ball season a big sueM daily received of the work they are do- of sack impostors the women are

IS the matter of trans I lag for mankind's benefit, old backs and quite robbing capable' them of abusing of other their and goods more t 5)) illUDIID@ llm io eI

. marked a crank. "My I and young backs are being constantlyfreed 1.I01lett.'lliers. Strange: as it may

Is''h: the other day when from never-ceasing aches, and stt-ia, these v'.wen generally: mingle: in

, i vctricity would soon be many a lame and shattered one, stooped pretty good society, or the fringes: of it,

'-warn line to the forts. 1 and contracted, is strengthened, invigorated aid Lave some influence in the cattT I

: ,! large crowds of people i and infused with new life. of dress, since they have won the repu-

.1 i 'ry corner and handle With such a medicine an offer of, this tation of always dressing elegantly and I
in the newest thin:;;. I
'.i m"i! electricity propi-lled kind can be made without hesitancy,
This sort of impoi'.tlon; 1:1(11)'cnu.-
: !toward Palmate Beach for while we lose the box we give to rlttln so often by a customer of a otrtali \ 'j

I .'.:'11e:} of how city alder- i you we make a friend that assists us large: farm that its ll1t'llii"'tl'r.- TRAVELING IS DANGEROUS. I 1

..j! -hi really necessary !mI. Iin the sale of many others. mint-d t,. put n stop to tier Haunting Constant motion jars the kidneys, .
I ,
"i"i", height of my ambitions about in borrowed plumage, at lent which are kept in place in the body by

",',\vhatpvor is done in I FULL BOXES wLtn the plumage belonged to them. delicate attachments. This is the

'I i r.ti-ins interest iu baseball ot Doan's Kidney Pills will: be given One Saturday this woman had a splendid reason that travelers, trainmen, streetcar
sent home approval, and i ii
'" apprt'ciated.} On the oth- wrap on men, teamsters and all who drive
away free to every person sufferingwith
on Sunday one of the Loud clerks of
i i u,-\'r. whatever is done orI'a I very much suffer from kidney diseaseIn Our line of /
ailments at the undersigned
: kidney the fcrui who knew Mrs. Blank as the ATI Alpaca i
a stumbling block in the some form. Foley's Kidney Cure ,
address. First come, first served offender stationed hiuisi'lf near h'rI'I'W
.. lie regarded with dUfaormv and only this one chance offered. iu the fashionable church which strengthens the kidneys and cures all Weather '-- Serge I t '

';,,' !; baseball men of course, Remember this' is not a sample box, she attended. When she railed down form of kidney and bladder disease. Clothing I l turd

ty hue something to say and but a regular size box of Doan's Kid the aisle after service, resplendent iu Ceo. E. llausan, locomotive engineer, 1( is now I f

''lilt it within the next two ney Pills, which retails! at 50 cents. the borrowed clock, this man steppedup Lime, 0., writes: "Constant vibration -, ready/ : S...Cihan

Wonder if the o;>i>osition Remember to her and said: of the engine caused me a great :. Coats
"How do you do, Mrs.! Blank? I amd'Uhtt..1 An _
Imen have given the matter a deal of trouble with my kidneys, and
to see that :you like our cloak I Assortment and
:-11 in this line." Free Distribution One Day Only. well! enough to keep it." I got no relief until I used Foley's .

Of course after that she could not re- Kidney Cure." W. A. D'Alemberte, consistingof Vests. b 1
Friday April 17th, at Sidney Kahn'sDrug
"; peaking! of the council di-1 your turn the clOII k. 121 South Palafox street. Styies

notice how many of the city law I Store, corner Romana and Pala- !Still with till the efforts puf forwardby '

,rs adorn their faces with spocta- I fox Streets shops and costutners to break up Try The News' WANT COLUMN. Linen Crash Correct,

It is remarkable. When papers Cut this advertisement out and bring the pernicious habit of forcible Iwrro'v- Flannel Qty:

'I''el for anfll1:1'cl before then I j with you.Sole log on the part of sundry feminine customers sample bottles of Dr. Kilmer's I 'I!. '

.. you will notice that Memillion. j agents for the United States,, the practice goes merrily on, and and
and fair dame with an enviable Swamp-Root, the great kidney, liver HomeSpun ,
,'" Green, Hays, Reilly, 1 t':>st'r- liIburn Co., Buffalo, X. Y. many a Prices.. ;lJ'
I I reputation for exquisite: dressing and bladder remedy, are being distributed _
".iars. and Mcnwcthor adjust appears but once in garments and bats here from house, free. Have Coats andTrousers. Always. .

..,!>.. The city clerk is famassos I wanted to find the writer oaU'e: I I that when next wn lire bed,thins another you received one? -a Right i'

anti only recently j I know not what they would) have done woman or hanging; iu the showroom !_ .

himself been enabled ta: him but'l know a lawyer was engaged of some smart slop.-Washington CHAS. W. PRESLEYwill i _._ 'If't t
'.ic'o.! .. It has been said Star.
i heir side of the
to prepare case leave for the summer. Send your 't

M\U one the appears I and hiv: it pt b:fished. They say they IITed Ct Immlernnt*. piano work to Johnson's nook Storeat ;

or studious nature. didn't make any rcforoncs to sailors! t'm Il' Sr. Las a M-iik list of birds! once. AlO-lw apt l't'J'

lull l be a great idea I as 'Yankee Pigs'; fur one thing! ." and ." :.eeis whim!: it is a'. outelyprohi l,. ; :
'ach>1! men in the !>:ted to utiroduiv into this country. --- --- -" -- .-
,ig any reflections on''I NOTICE. .tjs tl.: (-1'ittaiuMiiri. Junes. The t !

i ';'win? it at present, inmisr'ioM': the! '!.xig; fox and the starling B. H. FAIRCBILD, JOS. COLEMAN, ,
There will he a regular!
I are -n tie IM. Tiio;rodse l is; a C'x 3Ct O :Xj S TEXLiIZ
meeting of Mt. Hard: R. species (if ferret a native of India

.I marshal candidates tc::: A. Chapter held this where !it is domesticated as a sort of 38 EAST ROMANA STREET. -CLOTHIER-($ ;:,,),

''b a evening at S o'clock. animal rat trip awl snake destroyer "...oet Work and Rffinishirg Furniture a
; -i-iv\s furnishes a'
'I' '
if reailthat \\'. ANDERSON, it was :i.trouum Ito .Jall.t t'l to !get Specialty.3liono iJl'J South Talalox:, . :'I'isihi, and
: you rid of tin sa":;r ('::IIt' rats. These ex- i'
Secretary 403.
.' 1 I kiitiw what I rininated.! h.vever.. tu! mongoose

:I. said a gentleman went mi to dirt! off the 1J
I' that of Tom Neo. I special communication : l.inK with! tl.c result) that the I '

.."'.liely! ask for sup- of Escambii L''dee: Xo.15' have been F. and A. :M.. 7:30 p. iu., some sections uf t!:.i IslnI Ii. The animal ;...
'S M to a little strategy $ -"yVTuf'hrl.iy. April 15; is oxffdliiply crafty, nocturnal
I -.."). and I secured \V/A Work in >f. M. derrep. 1'lt:1
/ its !habiN a,1atll'" tn-ps with gas 44
Visiting brethren are cor- '
.. swing! in the pres diilly invited. The Hying! fox known also as the fruit 1(

that ho had< with \\'. D'C. KESSLER, liat, is voracious harvester of fruits i" "
"I .' i >r news this state- HARRY W. OIHBS. W. M. and ve,otr.Lr! ><;. TIll starling belongsto ;'i
\ .\,1-I iriven to the public. tfecreiary.: the crow f.mliy. ..' .I:,... 'i.

I" "I ill n. Ne< announcesi "
K. OF P. MEETING. cried! the alchemist trembling I
t ;II: :a ;>''mi way and ends "Eureka! .: .
'. ,', with joy. IIP. Bon Bons and Chocolates. i
\ --'ms M depend on
Pensacola Lade: No. 3, K. o[ P. regular Of course the old ass had found noth i
r. ''d : t.o 1'!' Crediile on the meeting: tonight.Iemb.'rs of ing. Of course he was chasing a rain I"CIU DKLICIOUS! ,n
11 i'ii 'u prerogative has
sister lodges and visiting brethren bow.
I Irlln, hurl! liy! the Hoard of cordially invited to attend. Hut with the biologist who seeks away # W. A. D'ALEMBERTE, <* ,

I II!it'" However \\ort H. MORSLCU! K. R. S. to manufacture the protoplasmic

,'I"I t :aiof these allegar cell it is very tliff.'rf'ut-that is, itS'l'IDS I .t ,: s .,' Druggist and Apothecary. 121 South Palafox St. t i
different to us. : : !
but very /.
1 tins to be seen .
Infants Thrive
different to people
''"I! I If truthfully said ofI WiI1it seem very i : ,
on cow's milk that is not subject to a thousand Tears hence?-Life.

I,, hi do his duty regard- any change! of ('ornposit ion. Itorden's I DR. J. H. MOCK
.' tiees. .\ few people\ in I 'I ; : : .
this without being; so Eagle Hiand Condense*! Milk is always I' :, I. .. : .I'.. p
the in ail climates and at I It
same ;
lour .
I i i-f a marshal he woulda ., I ,
nil seasons. As a general household const/tullo 'j
complete loss to say lJeed" 1 I i .
he would adopt a fart milk it is superior and is always tile propOr draught elJdjng.llir .1sf I'. I' .. DENTIST. J

from i hatUich tvailable.I .

.; characterized has been the tried prosWilde .,I .SEE ELECTRIC LIGHTS AT SOL f t 28% S. Palafox Street, Old Armory Building. :.1 I i//I

,,; but I won't commit OMON'S. h.Rootbee SOLD BY CROWN AND IGVO K A SPECIALTY. :

!i.ftu, ; d!her have been 1I.1----,: :1: :.:,: :': :,..:.:.:.:.: .:.,:.: .:a.:'.:1:'- u 4_t Ah"Q..t J!. ttaI'eraQre PKXSACOLA. tk
1 Credille says he inu'lt I. n'7".gnL'roe: IaI' FL.t.4
.....fu'-u1.; MAYER {
1 his sworn duties : r ANNOUNCEMENTS f"4I1U,I. "..... D.&I. -- -- 1t.Hudgins'
'roi\\t'-" of consequences. :. .1.. S 1.1_ 1. .,.'. 111 .... '. ,. 111 .'e ... at.?...'r49 fe., I Lumber. new style label for hia 5 j l
- - - -- I
11'r-oon 1 are daily amung I Next Door to First National Bank, 2x3 scantling, $5; per thousand. cent cigar will interest you.
alo.'h I seem to haveofileteii II I CITY MARSHAL. I 2\1 scantling ?6 per thousand. }
.. Other items in Call and
proportkm. '
will '
SonietHtdy Try Gun ther's Candies at
""ld i snineliiHiy will\ be elecii1 I hereby announce myself as a +&&( ssssssssss see us.iI6lmo.. BEEKMAX LUMBER CO. I Solomon's. i.,

certainties, but there candidate for City Marshal at the

is able to election for city officers to be held on ARE YOU INS a
n in today who g
Good! Cypress Shingles, $1.25 per
:'her', of these" June the suport:2, 1903 of, and the qualified respectfully voters solicit of A HURRY thousand. BEEKMAN LUMBER CO. \\y\ elIe -la{ n CompaDy, k + l

I, n noticed the crop of boot- Pensacola. THOMAS F. NEE. *
h has developed since then I'

heft" said an officer. CITY MARSHALI = There's always a wagon at our door, ready to bring them to you. GROCERS.Headquarter tS t

1\ days! ago the wharf could Plenty of clerks here-enough to fill your orders without neglect tt.

I ,,ached: on account of some hereby announce myself as a candidate ing others. Everything that's choicest in E. W. PEAKE, .

for the office of City Marshal at
rle 1 black nuisances and 1 GROCERIES AND TABLE LUXURIES. Electrical contractor and builder, for
.1 '. the coming city election, and respectfully higher will do electrical work in first- .
Prices no
o'!i. s many as twenty clam- Lots of dainties not found in ordinary stores. your r
, ask the suffrage ot the voters of class style and at reasonable rates.'I Fancy and Staple Groceries.
"!' "shine. That thing has than youli pay for inferior grades.
I Pensacola. He can be found nt 30 Booth Pal&foz
h 1 offii
new since a special -
,. FRANK L WILDE. SOL CAHN & CO. street. Phone 2"3.204K .,' ALL KINDS OF UP-TO-DATE.. ,
; : his station on the wharf.
PHONE 178.
l'i-"tlde! | to go to the water
","''hi!I. thanks! to the may S
Regular meeting of Fidelity Lodge .
-- -
I \o. 6<, K. of P. this evening at 7:30:: THEO. BELLAMORE, i

\ "lv those Spaniards are with work in 3rd rank. All membersare du Mode Coffee, Sweet Home

"''lh!I'itr is astonishing,''' earnestly requested to be present, Retracting Optician. Molasses, Illmi and Climax Flour, s

Graduate ot Paris, (France) and Philadelphia.: hOto Baylels Delicatessen, German-Ameri :
They wore up in arms members of sister lodges and visiting RrtisfiG gpcphg,
,. i <> r..o<'ntly printed con. brethern are cordially invited. Old Arm.iry Baildlag. renstcola, Fla. can Food Company's: Canned Meats, ,

.r tvht with sailors and DR. J. B. TILLER, C. C. EXAMINATION FREE. S. Palafox Street. Etc., I

Etc.'t 4 f

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THE HALL OF FAME. I WAYSIDE WISC M. DrrUBsh'ln On'oodaff Lake.Slueh .
Women as Well as Men I
Letters from Interest has been awakened by CUrSeor

Oneral Samuel \V. Price. tJe Loolsttlle I Are Made Miserable by Some people's strength Is drawn from the alleged discovery of small squids,

pa later, has lost LIs; cyes'ghtSenator others' weakness. miniature representatives of the terrible

Nathan B. Scott of West Virginia : Kidney Trouble. The "cream of society" too often Women devilfish of the ocean in Ououdaga

haH pmc to Europe on a long chances to be mere froth. lake near Syracuse. X. Y. Professor

tour in search of health.Sinntor John D. Wilson and others have prououiu.vd -
Kidney trouble preys tpon the mind, discourages I Man has a separate pair of glasses i Cured by the use of Kodol are received dally the
Aukeny \Vasbliiirtoii U not specimens to In? genuine
and lessens for every acquaintance of his life. Their troubles all begin with
ambition nearly indigestion
: beauty
a lawyer. Is no orator and is not a student vigor I Siiuids" und the diM-Hvory luis brought ; DRINK
There two sides other
and cheerfulness soon are or wore to every: or stomach disorder.
but Is fjvlItt-J with mud corn- disappear when the kid I question but lots of people only get a If the food yeu eat falls to give strength out accounts of previous finds of tliesanx' i I

icon S([!!-f'. neys are cut cf order j j"cr corner view. to your body it is because the juices secreted kind in the lake. Professor John

Sir John Gorst is at seventy one of diseased. j Never remind a man of a debt: He by the stomach and digestive organs :M Clarke sup; ;''ests that the animals Ct'KED K\
trouble has ( I are inadequate to transform the nutrient l o deswuHled from aiicvstors
the roundest ImAiu;: mca in the house ) Kidney is pretty sure to rvmeinber It- prop may
of coi nioi's. lie siponds nh.e Lours ia I.: : become so prevalent i debt tlmt Is. your erties of the food into blood. That is which enten-d the lake when it was in WHITE RIBBON
tweuofour 1" b"L that it is not uncommon I, Indigestion. The system Is deprived of the i-oumiuniciition with the sen by way of REMEDY.
,' g for a child to be born ;i| If "friendship Is a question of the amount of nourishment: required to keep tip the St. Lnwrell.alll'I and that theirkind I
Frank IIi-rsi of IJaltlmore claims to 'I ;\i afflicted with weak kidrieys. | 't'l"l'ts." there is little doubt about love the strength and the result is that one or fuabKtl to A'o tmte, Xo G has been survive awl
1>e tbe oMest Itepublican iu the United '..I P = If the child more of the delicate gradually vatrttalr coff. ,ritl "I
k' { ,; urinates being a matter of "crossings. organs grows I
States, hiivlngotid for the early principles ,.". too often if the I I weak and then weaker, until finally it is t.uch stranp.' surroundiups on account U'hl'B Ribbon Remedy ,. .
J.'nte must posspss a brond ltack in- thedjeai-il! 't "'! '
cf that rarty in 1SJ2.;: I urine scalds the flesh: or if, when.the child: ., diseased. Here a great mistake is made. of the salinity of tho l-ottom waters of ..uetuer appetite the "t n:. wIftnts
Emo'ror1Ilm: has (determined tolave reaches an age when it should be able to j I tl'l'd. or it woulll newr lie ahle toI That of treating the diseased organ. The the lake which nro Iu contact with the Inebriate, a "tippler putie'," *. "-4

control the passage, it is yet afflicted with shoulder all the burdens that are thrust best doctors in the land make this very rocks, from which tlie Syracuse salt drunkard.. Iniooitibleform" \ ,
a moor of his own iu the "
grouse APP"Ut. for sU'ohSio H
bed-wetting, depend upon it. the cause of upon itIK mistake. Why should they? It la so easy works derive their supply.A White Ribbon "
royal domain al .ut Koenis"burs. The Kcmeci.T. -tInddrsfd
the .! is to sea that the trouble is not there.
hc'.lly kidney trouble and the first > not think that because you have
grouse tI.o'S not exist! in a wild state in by JJemJii-rt.
step should be: towards the treatment cf done a kind act once in your life thepublic I"umou 1.1. lsIiOlol"lt..t.Tile nfM \, f T r

Onnaiiy.Hon. these importar.t organs. This unpleasant everlasting debt ofgratitude. rs.<> su D>-r ." ,
owes you famous of dmd 'If.
hunp Towndey >
I Kodol ) men's CbnstlHn
Pavid Wark of rredricton X. trouble is due to a diseased condition cf the Tt-mpe si
Nellie C. Gillmore In Ledger tura. California,
at TowueU-y hall. In Kuxlaiid, luisnivntly writes
11., entered uj on his one hundredth kidneys and bladder and net to a habit asi I *" bit> Ribbon Kemwly .
:\1011 tllly.i U-HI t'xtinulsh'11. This .
mist pecple suppose. was drunkardHnJ the curV. *
;year rwvnUj nul claims tlie distinction i '"i
Women as well as men are made miserable i l1'uhul.lytlle last of tlie so ':ihxl ",'n'r In many cavei the Km> n ..
of beliis; tix oldest living legislator Cures cretly. I cueerfully r. *
in tlie world. I t; with kidney and bladder trouble I GERMAN GLEANINGS. Lurnill lamps of Knjrland. It is dorp White ttithmi Kem
and both need the same great remedy. cl\ull.I that the Towucli-y lamp Lad our t'nlon are il-lii'ert D'
Herbert W. IV>weii. minister to Venezuela The mild and the immediate effect of I Readings from the F.ible are now given This famous remedy puts the stomach and Ut-n burning constantly since the days rolcal treat"nirnt to aid .
Judso Taft, of the Swamp.Root is realized. Iris digestive in condition anoe work.
; po\ernor soon sold in Uerlin reciters. organs a healthy sa
by professional of Kinc .\lfl'lotJ-ft'r Uuin I.IMJyears.
riullppiues! and Jiu'se Ilur.t. governor by: druggists, in f.fty- that rich red blood is sent coursing through more Druggists or by mall ..

of 1'orto UK-tt, were: classmates and cent and one dollar '''' ::. :;: 'Whistling; postcards are being made i; the veins and arteries of every muscle, tissue At Uie bednuinu i>f the last x'U- free! l-y writing Mrs. A. M ,

Jrie.uls: at Yale. i sies. You may have a t?. : :: In Germany. They emit a sound like I I and fiber tltroughout! every organ of the entire tnry half a 11oz'u'I'n' stiil alight, Townsena fa

I' sample bott'.e by mail I h. ''''ft! the note of a bird when handled. I body and by N .ture's law of health full wliilt? at thcdl.-ssylutim! i-f Henry VIII.riany years secretary of a Womms c-irs; -
1'ollce SujK-rinteiitU nt (!ee If :Man'n -
free Iso pamphlet tell- Home cf Swaa .Roc,t Women are hereafter to be employed strength and vigor: is soon restored to each. Luudritls alight in tlio monasteries ain Temperance Union fre--t
(( injcai.l: who died recently 1 ,
'r. ing all about it, including; many of the as assistants In the ISerlin libraries.i I Kodol cures indigestion, dyspepsia and ai!1 Lad Nvu tiurnin? tvcr !'illtill' St, Boston, Mass. t"o'
Lail a hobby! for collectingolunies; ofY thousands I Ifrsm stomach disoders.I I
cf testimonial letters received! i They must know sonic of the old asi Norman i-oa-jucst. I(oubtK'x* ttntn? INTiHtual Hannah Bros., il is. 1'alal
>T-f :iul prose written by uneducatedind sufferers cured. In Dr. Kilmer j I II 1 have taken Kodol for nearly two months _
wntir.g I __
i well as modern languages. I lamps wi-re a remnant i>f that d _
illiterate i.uthor*. 8: Co., Bmghamton. N., Y., be:: sure and: ( after each meal and it is the only remedy
Fifteen years ago a German domestic that relief from the fonn of pa;;an wtlnIlilImunl as: ever-
terrible I
Tlld.lth of tl.e KritiMi Sir mention this paper.: gave pains "P.ettcr out than
Dun t make any mistake, but re- servant, now aged/ twenty-two swallowed endured. After a. time I would take it but lire which was kept alight bypuaixliaiis
II- last cf that
"irj l'.tuli-ii.y, r.-inoves tl.e you notice To
niemln-r the name. Swamp Rout. Dr.Kilmer's a hairpin. It has Just been extracted : .. once a day and now, while 1 keep a bottle win were punishable with
tinCriiiu'au br.gade commanders. ir from her leg nt :Marienburg. '': j handy I seldom need it, as it has cured me. death if they allowed tlio fire to jro and all out, take 11 .
IJenry, wl.o died I at the age of i.inetytvo : Swamp Hoot, and the ad- i MRS. J. W. COOLBAUGH Milo Center, N. Y. out --

joiinnl tin nfty-Efth regiment in JflSS. N'. Y., on everyllottle. Wiesbaden: Germany, now has an ur- i j!I Malta-Vita Shredded
l : I Ii rangement for sterilizing its drinking !I Kodol Digests What You Eat. I II E So
i I
water by means of ozone, which geniratcxl Bottleonly. $1.03 Size holding 2H times the trial cuits and Force with O.Oman's. ,I :;
I'res.U; >nt Koosevdt has received from Tho'c Den (ilrli.
j which
by electric! discharges. I size sells for 50 cents. .
I'resident 7.i Lira of Nicaragua a stufftl I I Prepared by E. C. D.WITT & CO., CHICAGO The rirst-\VLeii ho propusod to rae !

< eagle which was shut' recently by II I HORSES AND HORSEMEN. Instead of preserving the files of I I I John Sheppard Hargis' Pharmacy he acted like a n-pilar idiot

the seii'l'T. 1'resident Zehiya i I" almost newspapers some German librarians I 1 I Sidney Kahn. The N..oll.1-Well. ijiy dear you CREX GRASS FURNITURE, FOU

as niucli of a sportsman as I'rcsiJcnt 1 Pan I:., 2.WV.: is rciiorted wintering arc trying the exi>erlmei.t of making: j I I must: n-mcnii'er that he was doing; THE LIBRARY, PARLOR AND BED
ainl these in ,
clippings saving
scraji- --- -- -- u -- -
l'Icydt. I find '. I IIOwethiul.; Idiotic.-Smart SoL ROOM, AT MARSTON d QUINA'S.
looks: classified according to subjects.
William II. I>ay of New York city I M. D. :Madman's lone, :2:OS Vt, Is I I ttO=GOLA y=

will attempt to organize at Glaii Elrie i Ul'l'U of tLc Chicago suow path.Syracuse .
a Tillage on the Hudson river an art N. Y., is i-tTfectins arrangements Grist and Corn Ideal Pills

producing community similar in character for an elaborate Lorse show tobe Unusually a hacking cough and a WICKE&CO.

to that founded in r.njrlaml under held this season. general feeling of weakness often IB. F. GONZALEZ A CO., Prop II

the auspices of William :'II orris. John It. Gentry, 2:00rill le sent leading to fatal results after the patient MtDDtkotcrenOHOICUMKALANU

Justice Shiras as a result of postponing I I to Kwell farm Siirlni; Hill. Tenn., for is supposed to have passed the PUREOKOUJi) Plumber Gas and Steam fittei

his retirement from the supreme the stud season of W 13. danger point. Foley's Honey and STOCK FEED, ,

court "just to oblige: retires on I In nine races in Ifi2 tlie Ohio trotter Tar is guaranted to cure the "grippe FfttronUi*. Home Indostry. for tbers iiiTery

f 12.; 110 a jear instead of $10.UM, con- i Gold Law. 2 rii4, by G<.ld Ix>af, 2lCJ.i, coush" and make you strong and Stock reason Feed from yon the should Home buy Manufacturer yonr Meal lilt No. i South Palafox Street

cress having raistd the Jud-es'; pay. : was first or H"'I111\-l'ry tim,'. well. It never fails to stop a cough tor by 10 doing yon encourage borne ludcitry. All Kinds Oi Plamblng- and Oas Fitting Materials Kept on Hani1

It sometimes pays to accommodate. I n. K. SuiatluTs' and (Jtiirpo Spear believe if taken in time Take no substi Your money U left In the command)
'Ild you tD torn are Indirectly benefited JoJL PHiNF. !'\ .. 1i: !("(lIA. "IA
that Lord K-rhy 2.iCi;%, can latCresceus tutes. In fostering the borne manufacturer yot

mam-Ious two mile record jontrlbntfl to the causeof! labor. You ow .
-- -- --- --
it to tbeeo'ainnnity In which yon live aaf
of 4.17.Jt : flow to Tnke n Perfume Shampoo.A which conlrlr.ntfi tOTnor nj:>ort.

Ilox plaits appt-ar on some of the i is I'XI'lttlt:1t: there wIlllt' nearly I't'rfUU1'"hullJl'''.* that is highly in ; SAMUEL
most fa.;hionil: >!<> new shirt waist mod i 1.0UO available stalls at Lexii-gton i favor with Frenchwomen who revel PARKER'S a ,

els. | before the i.ext Kentucky breeders' in exquisites of all kinds is also lc> HAIR BALSAM i

coming popular on this side as well. '&tdif ...Wuiifri.. tut !!&!r. I BDDT AND SHOE MAKER
An Iltoii ojH'ii;;.? over a (Iot'I'<:t, i i meeting. ho....... a luxuriart prutth.Novfr .

with basque skirts attachnl. i,* thejacket Council 1 Chimes, 2117'j: who broke After the hair has In-en washed and Uair to F lt9 IB 10 VOLthful Ileptore Color.! Gray .L ,
I partly dried with a towel iwwdiT it Cunt cm pd.***.*Ji REPAIRING NEATLY DONE WHILE YOU WAIT.
shmiu 011'eral smart s-priug clown last seaiu. is jogrfng; sound this j jI .!II'''OJ 1"-.;...
cost UIDI'S. :I wirier' and may stand up for the cani- wr-l! with orris r.ifit and violet junvder, b S' i1 Wholesale aud Retail DealerinKhoes'LeathtrA: FIUIB4. .,
mixed in eipual parts. In doing thl
Turno\cr coil.irettes of pl.iitctl thlffo'i 1'\:11;:; of H"I3, DR. '1>lImm .
tl.e hair should ho p.irted many tlnll'I'j' KINO'S COT SOl'TII PAHKOY MTKKKT.
havlntj loiijj front pieces of fan The return of I'eter Stirling (Pi. j
and the
iK-rftinied powder du>ted (Ill
sli.iH'il pltlt.J1,1 If 011 are iimoug; tliepritty 2:1 UM. to the turf this year, which TRY HEW DISCOVERY
il the scalp. The liair drying with the
lIo't'I1il'Tile I st-einod assured a few uioiitlH ngo, I J. E. DUBUISSOX S BROTIFEU
prrfumo all through it, acquires a faiut ,
new twelve pored skirt moileldeslsnetl I may: be now bet down as exceedinglydoubtful. delicate odor of the violet orris that is FOR THAT COLD.

; for women of rather full figure I very pleasing.! TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. 'OUNKK: TAUIUGOXA D ISTK't: CI.STlatTS.: .

is \ery Kratvfnl appearauce. It Cures Consumption.Coughs Dealers in
Is: cutvith eleven the extra 'I I ,
breiiiltli funnhi;' an outrideK\ >\ plait Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma, Choice Staple and Family Groceries tf
i HEPATICURA taken in a little ,
at the hack. Edward Namack is the advance representative i PneumoniaHayFeverPleu- ,

The f.ul fur !p>ld trimmings; Kimps, of William II. Crane in I water is almost tasteless. Children )'i risy LaG rippe Hoarseness Our Good? are Received Fresh Daily. They are too many to enumerate,

l.ra.J: *, piiH, nets ainl buttons 1 "David Harum." can take it as easily as adults. There :, ; and are Warranted to be the Rest the Market Allord-i and can be

set-ins to liave IKH-H roxUinl. Tlieso orn.imeiits : Miut*. Mmljfxka is appearing In I'o- I is absolutely nothing bitter about the ,Sore! Throat, Croup and Relied on.'e can Duplicate any Order Given! us During tin
Holidays and will Deliver Free to Part of the
i.uw ai'pear on the <.tieapc t laiul in Miake.-pcure and alM) iu plays 'taste nor that sickening sweetness j jIt Whooping Cough.NO any City.

Ko\\ns. anil jacUet-;. and black and ;poMi : t by' roli.sli authors.r.tbel l1osit \ely does not gripe or irritate I Ii CURE. NO PAVe COUNTRY ORDERS: WILL RECEIVE CAREFUL ATTENTION.

it.s can be Umiplit at try l I..\r price Kci Mallison, formerly a delicate stomach, and its laxative Price 50c. and $1. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE
P.O. Box326.
Vuii1!' the l.ile-t Trench noultusi ing unman with Uichard Maiistield, is i effect is easy and natural. All these I' J. E. Dubu/sson & Bro,
silk parisols: triiunnvl with to appear \aiuK-\illo.. I I PHONE 66.
good qualities combined in a medicine
ry il"-p \'llIul!;, kes "f cream silk emLroi.lcry | Charley J:. (1'arson) Davles, famous OPERA HOUSE Pn111ilv O-vocors.
is lo That is it has j .
sure please. why
with uk frinire to match nwl l in the sporting world! will probably go

lres! i.inbrellas with a bonier ofwnven on the stage iu vaudeville.Henrietta so many friends. Sold by all drug-1!
i J. 31. COI], Man cl'.
.enibroldeij' or lrih guipure ILbcrtiou. Crosman it is said, is writ- I gists. I IO.A.STCJ ..A. 1\I.I.A: very

ius volume of her reminiscences as a

little girl on the frontier. :J.A.. I ONE NIGHT OVLY, ini
army ;
I iii ill (.ftl I iirnllurp..ilifNliiil (SUC'CKSSOK TO AVERT I WOOLFOLK
14 ,
I'-. the It is claimed for Lole Fuller that she Lan the 1!h8 Kind: Yja toe VOOK: 8. # I TlasUy., ;
i.i.iiui.ui.j is pnpul.irv.y
nt/ h.\i';;.' all t.e!: lurni'tiro of this has i-liiycd linger; ftiuagenieht.s; in j :atuetLd -- JOBBER OF

iicauuiul mThe 1'arhs( any other American actress j : !
\\< wibinet makersnun
iuit; the Inch poi-h! upon: dlniiixriKiiii : : now living.I I|I ;j THE BIO MUSICAL COMEDY HARDWARE.

chairs and tables! or tile sMiulltIIKKCI Its\ undi-rstoM that Mrs.[ I'sitrScU I j A FRIENDLY REMINDER.

nr i-l.itt f,K>ted turniture: of b il- Campbell' I will! i lay a series of Shakespeare i j THE IRISH Iron, NaiU, Axes Shove N, rt-iw; Mill and Steamboat

room and parlor. I'uil recently the af.d Sardou drama on Lir tour Hereafter for all reading notices cf Hupplies, Cooking and Ht-dtll.g-: ve", Paint Oils,

KIXH! lioiisexvife tlmujrht that it was uelt sea sun. lairs festivals plays, suppers, balls, | Window Olaas, Guns, Pistols dud Fishing 'rack Ie.

ne<'essiry tt> chairs and tableso.'eil Acconlii'g!; to ri-eent reports reci'ived dramas elocutionary or any other! PAWNBROKERS./ .. Agate and Tinware aim Ilousefuriiisliini; Goods

: and |M>li><1ied until tl:<-.\ nere n"l'I'ilt'lllirro i i fn>ii> 1'arK M. Holland's : >l'. );H:111 this i is ehanped -1 I from "Cyrano (Ie'rt'rac" stilli I With the Karen Comedy Ktar Tri- LrAOEN FOR KIKMirfUHAM ROLLING MILL COMPANYTJ
churches societies indi-1
lodges or I umviratejSullivan
and the dull. ,dark uupuhsheil tiui< amount to l.17 francs or ?'J03. Revere Giant Htitched Belting: Northampton Emery
viduals where an admission is charg-j Wheel Co., Liftin & Rand Powder Co. John
is tIll corn-ct thin:?. The frames ofpictures on'8 Kalsomine -
that are made of mahogany ed or merchandise or other things i! and Mack Iron Kin? and Buck Stoves and Ranges, Wm

are imw alsi in nn uutinisheil! state. I Aonilirul Imloin. are sold there will be a charge of 5 I A.ND Coups & Co.'s Raw Hide Lace Leather, Masury'a

This ricli wood is e\er popular for water I LI i-n-n-Mother, when I get married cents a line for first insertion and 2/2l I Made Railroad Colors.

colors prints and etchings.; I'-ut i I I *hall 1 have a hiNband like father? cents a line for subsequent: insertions. .Mazie Trumbull. Masonic Temple1 Pensacola Fla.'c. .

those that are li'ghly!! it!ishiil are 11 Mauima-Certainly, my dear. Obituaries and .resolutions of respect ...
now In fashiuii.u I ii ohen-And if I stay single;: shall Ibe OK PEOPLE QC
au old maid like Aunt Anna? will come under this same ruling "*** POSITIVELY <*'C'IA TIME TABLE.

\ ..lrulljiu ,l.lrl. i, Mamma-1 think you will. j also.jGhris.

Australian \\oi.icn till nut share theKnglish i Elsehen! (w ith a deep !'iL-\\"<1:, I'm ', I, COMEDY FOR NICE FOLKS. LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD,

Inn of sMirt.[ They neither ;i in a Ui..-Voika. Kalender. : I Prices:-25,50, Toe and $1. IN E..ECT VECE3oI tR 1. 1M
I __ I
bunt nor s-bM. but they all lovers I '
are !
THE BLOOD : Thieseo New Orleans and Mobile.SO,8. .
f.f lmr
cannot only: ride and drive, she can; Cannot remain pure if the liver I ;
:'0.., So.f. No.'. ! saddle, harness, and doctor her nl () LUY '
prooiu a m : p PI'nucolaArrln 6:00. II .:111 .rJO ,
inactive. p
own horse. The country ;girls are fearless 8S0 a 27 p 1:112 a Llave! Ylomaton I. a\8 !:s. a !:$' p 7:23 .
i 111) .:2'1 2 '. I. __ __
a p : a ave Mobile l..av8 U.o't 11:160 600 ,
riders, and in tlie saiatl township- 'to filter the impurities out of .oo.. .__ ::/p 7:110 a L....... _1'fJrI6&n8.... 1. aYe ;IIII p : :
...! _
annual shows take place! equestriennesinvariably : blood. Malaria, or other germs and ., i North.No. .

having pl.nv on the :oro.rllllllt' I One Block West of Palafox.
poisonous natter remain
cannot in
lIox i'r"filn.ll1 '. f. No, ., o.1 SO I.1I:15pm .
I''the !systemvhon the liver is ative. KEEPS THE FINEST BRANDS OF I( nlSpm LeaV8PIDAaeolaArrln ':OOpm 5r..m
I :tam 8S1pm Arrlve_ lout omlryI.elYe! 1It5am III/I
To \\ hitrn l.lnra.I.ien I
HEPATICURA Is the best liver tonic. 11:511 am OO!! pm Arrl\8_ Jilrmlollbam _LIan 6:33 I m .;. II m
: which has ac.jUire.1 a yellow 7:06 p m 810 a m ArrlY81_:;al Ylllo _Lea" ...... ..
or \tdolor through l'arl.It'twa..hin : : It will:l aid the liver in its work] of !:3J a m 8:18. m Arrive _1.oohvllle _Lens 0:15 p m !;.. m

r.i.iy 1 I"> n' tured to pristine \\ hh'IIt': s'elimination I' ; it \\ill tone up the blood! [ I lm 1 1i 7Oam: 1I:5::* am m Arrl1'Arrl\"eClncl1lllatlLlav"'' _.. .Mt.IAOI.Lenl! 8:0upm.::15pm 1I.15pm7:20am : l.p l _

by working: it well ia water containinga ;: '
a <-!.- Milution of chlori '
rinsing it in dear both the best blood and constituUion ,
water beforeand purifier No. I-VaIlYI No stop wbere Ume not IboWIl No, I-Vally .:
after n ing this bleaching li builder to be had. Sold all
by '
1tC>5 pm 1:00 a m llA&YeI'I'DA&eola.Arrln!' 10:60 pm e.80 II III
1:111 tlllbt 7:18" __ JOb ml._ to lO: f" I'JII'
GOOD FOR CHILDREN. ;lru; bts, 12:20" 7l .... YDleltr. __ 10:8. e:01 ..
i Family Me icinal U to to ,.
or eI 12:18: 7:18 .. Elcambla._ IOn 6 7
The pleasant to take and harmless A PLUNGE 1iB5" 'fi6": .. Mnlat 10D t:
1"11\I" 1:28" ___ Harp __ '. 10:21 .tO
One Mimite Conch Cure gives immediate : Jfudqin's, tfie :Sfsfor: $r. I rOB 12:50 u ';86 II .If. _OltClty_ 10:10 61
J Into the suds at If ..
our II
I Laundry 12; ':38 ___ Mlltoll __ 10:10 I,"
relief In all cases of Cough 1:30 a m .._.. .. .to. _Good Rallll_ t. _. ',rA .;
I will not harm your clothes but will 1:505" 8:15". __ HOltl___ 0:26 .,JS6 '.
Croup and LaGrippe because It does NAVAL STOl'.ta S1A11KKI. The Sailor or Lan man make them fresh and spotless. Our 2 "" 8.80'. .. __ __ I:'" .6:11 :.
2: 8:1J111. CrlltYlew.! 111 :I.A] .
not pass immediately into the stomach work U always well done,and our dealIngs 1:00".. 8M" ,to. _D eel' Lalld 1ti6 IM '.
but takes effect! 1: Keported Dally for The News bj .: 1:18" .. __ MOllY Hea4 ltO I 14 :.
right at the I honest. If you are not suited .;01 If I:. _DerUlllakSprlllll. 1:11 I:"

scat of the trouble. It draws out I Union Saul Stores Co.i Swedish Punch, Danish Aquaril, come to us and get a few measures of ..:18".0 ( 0:.. .. to If __ Arl18._ '1:" I !.!I "..
i BO8IK. : 1:5" _Ponce d. Leon- ':21 If I f:1I
the Inflammation heals and I I German Kummel and other brands 1:00" 10:10' ..
soothesand ,
*rw 1-1 III' __ satisfaction. .. __Wlltyllle__ ':17" IrA
'2 f()
of imported Wines and Liquors. 1'08" 10:10': __ CaryyUJe_ ':12" l'ij.:
cures permanently by enabling WG____ 8 .5 G_ .. __.._ :! 10 I," 11):1:) .. _Bolllfay_ 8M" ln..
the lungs to contribute pure life-giv ____ ____ Hero only you will find the X. C. STAR LAUNDRY CO. .:00" 10.1" .... _Cblpley_ IIT" 1Of18aJ"

ing and lire-sustaining oxygen to theblool ; 11____ 8 211 E_ .__ :! 051' Bowen Kentucky Whiskey, 24 years ';00" 1I:2a"11:07" to __--CottoDdale WarlaADa __ 8:00 8)8"to 11 UU:'" 20a

and tissues. ___ : .., ...._ :! OOt old. ,:110" 11t3 u .. _Cyprell_ 6:1IIJ" 11: ,m
Hargis" Pharmacy, W. INGRAHAM, Prop., ..
__ .__ % N (;.t: below__ :! 00I Valhalla Branch, corner Garden ':to. II:5J" .. _Gralld Rldl"_ ln.' 11:2IrM"
John Shfppard, Sidney Kahn. PlalTl r'U.pnTI.. 11:<06 110011 _._ KDUeS. 5:21" I :M..
I street and 10th avenue. Phone 114. .. to 372 E. Garden St. :16. UlI" Arrl1'eR1Ylr r nct1oQ _Leln ;IO" IU:;"


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THE DAILYJlEWBl: JRBN8ACgtAil !". J'i ,"JL4 iiP'.

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.::- .- <\-t $ I "Tonio:\"idal." -, .. .. REMARKABLECURES

,/ [ TUE EARECICLAI. Tull.'sPills "Whence"From PuTcerda.come you" ?" Are Being Made-Daily Free of Chargeby

: THE;BEST TONIC ; '"Whata"Seventeen.' ?" Are the Located Red Cress at 111 Physicians West ,Chase Who j' '.

By Alphoiue Dudet : Street-Services for Three Months Lt4,' j'
FOR TORPID LIVER. "The republic, then, has no more

In S. S. S. Nature has provided a tonic suited to : : : : : : : : A torpid liver deranges the wbole men, since she is reduced to enrol-! Are Given Free to All Invalids Who t

.'l:.". .. every requirement: of the system when in a debilitated, The good lather was finishing his system and produce ing children?" Call Upon Them Before April 21. '. kiwi. il '

:' ';;;I run down condition. It contains no strong minerals or mass when they brought him the SICK HEADACHE, -. "I was not enrolled] padre. I ama A staff of eminent physicians and 1l'1 H
vegetable preparation. You find better
is a pleasant can no .
1,11 Dyspepsia Costiveness Rheumatism volunteer. surgeons from the Red Cross Medical
; ... f"i.r: tuning up the nerves and bringing refreshing; restful sleep when prisoners. It was a wild spot among "You know fellow that I have Institute have at the urgent solicitation t

.:e_ y. state (,f health, or sick and worn out with work or worry. Arichulegui: mountains.A ,Sallow Skin and Piles. than of I of a large number of patients under t

15: *c < S. improves the I have no hesitancy in recommending your S.S.S. fallen rock in which tree There is no better remedy for these more one means making their care in this country, established : .
a fig "
5 rttp d' es- all the best Spnntr tonio on the market. I have used common diseases than DR. TUTTSLIVER you shout 'Long live the king! branch ot the institute
,,..ytc, ads l Ig; many other medicines, but find 8. S.S. to be undoubt- had plunged its twisted trunk formed PILLS as a trial will prove. a permanent ,
: -1 reinforces the edly the only tonic that wilt build up the tystem. I Take No Substitute. The youth assumed a superb look. in this city at 111 W'sll'hase : tk.4 $
t:1: i"A ani1 its ef- "hall take. pleasure in telling; all whom I .think inrVtu a sort of altar, covered in guise "1 defy you to do so!" retortedhe. street. i: til 1
fc0";: need of good blood toniC of your medicine.areseenalnostfrom -
/ Your. truly, LEWIS 8. riEBER of a cloth with a silver fringed Car- The eminent gentlemen have decid- tiJI Led
!,rts Care Btoll Hamilton ky..0t1y who will shout live the to their services entirely free
Jose It acts & Co. Lexington, list standard. Long kingl'I "So would rather die ?'' I give 3fTV'
fiSt will give their lives and the you i for three months (medicine excepted), .
*chronic dyspepsia indigestion and all stomach troubles same '.
in caseS! Two cracked water coolers took "A hundred times!r' to all invalids wLo call upon them for 4 .
D the uncomfortable fullness shortness of breath campaign food I give other sol '
awaylth nausea my t-t :
fris "Very well shall die! treatment between now and April 21st .
,'' the place of vases, and when the ; you '
dizziness often after diers.
s and so come eating. These consist not of ( 4 h\ \
t-. m > Then the cure made a sign, and services only consultations
s S S. i:; not only the best tonic but possesses alterative or purifying sacristan, Miguel, wh was assisting Before the good father bad finished the execution and examination :and alvlce, but j :

j..'. ',.,; -. and if there is any taint, humor or poison in the Mood it the priest at the mass, arose in all the caps were in the air, and platoon came also of minor surgical operations. The ; ,
itself around the condemned
. ;t "\t, and removes it. Many times a low state of health is due order to change the position of the shouts of "Long live King Carlos!" ranged object in pursuing this course is to L f 3 t.

c ir.ihtion of the blood and can only be remedied by a blood purifier holy book the cartridges were heard "Long live the Cabecilla! resounded who did not wince. become rapidly: ;and personally acquainted
t: such This sublime touched the with the sick and afflicted ti -
Imhint: tn' c jingling in his cartridge box.All the mountain. Poor devils! t
a:: on demanded and under no conditions will any J : ,
suffer from debility, insomnia, nervousness loss of appetite. chief with pity. lIe :
r u "
around the soldiers of Carlos They had been in such great fear of charge whatever be made for any services '
.,i i m, or any of the symptoms of a disordered blood nothing will "Have you nothing to ask of me : t
rendered] for three months to i j- ,
:" blood in good condition, invigorate and tone the were silently ranged, their guns death and so tempting were all those I .
5', ;t your up first ? Don't you want something tc : all who call before Ainl 21st. The 4! ;
i slung across their backs and one victuals which smelled '
S'..:; ..; S. S. S. good they eat ? Don't you want something to dottcrs treat all forms of diseases and ,.. .
; THE SWIFT-SPCCIFIC CO.. ATLANTA. GA.110E.W.PEAKE'S knee on the the white # fr I .5
I ground upon close to them, about to be broiled in drink ?" deformities and guirantce a cure in l

-- ---- beret. the shelter of rocks before the bivouac every case ...ey un t:!take. At the r,

You want a good piano tuner to The bright! sun was concentrating fires, pink and faint in the "Xo, answered the youth; "Imt first interview a thorough examination ,
stay in Penaacola, still holdback I am a good Catholic, and I don'twant t -
you and if incurable are i1. .
its dazzling heat in this ,1s made you ,
street burningand I
al FuUfox your bright sunlight, believe that never I
.v, : your order. Hend it in. I have to go before God without con- frankly told so; also advised against .
*. .k. He ii prepared to had 20 y.ars' experience and have : sonorous rocky hollow, where was the pretender acclaimed with fession." I, tiding money for useless treatment .

:' j. :,. <:-ciasi j'>b ut moderate worked in several piano Tactories. the flight of a blackbird alone from such good will. The Cabecilla still his | Male and female weakness, catarrh t' [ I j -
wore s'arpuce -
Orders left at Johnson book tore I time to time disturbed the psalmody ""Give them something to eat tonce '1'ard catarrhal deafness; als-o vanocelo. ( 'ri. b
and his stole.
,': [p i I..- :2i3.CHOICEST() .. will be atteiid to. of the priest and the servant. Higher ," said the cure laughing. I rupture, goitre cancer and all diseases ( ,
CHAS.V.. PRESSIXY. "Kneel said he himself '
-- -- :! seating f
of the rcttum. ate positivelycured :m j
the sentinels
ou jagged: peak "When I
up ) yelps.itli that upon a rock, and, the soldiers haying by their new treatment. Ts ,;t;. '::. ;
were standing, forming; motionless strength, it's because they have withdrawn a short, distance, the Their chief ?ociate surgeon of the 1 t
OYSTERS AT NIC APOSTLE'SFine silhouettes the .k '. I 4, r .
against i ;' sharp tcUh. condemned began in a low voice: institute \\ ill be in pcr-oni1! charge.! !
What i igli' it Offices 111 West ('hast ji t .
-OF- oysters today. Try them. a singular was- The (:lrlin ers went oil. But one "Bless father because I I .
NIC APuSTLE.HEADACHE. ilLs commarc'er me, my i I Otce: hours, 9> a, m. to 7 p. m.: San- 4. t t

ISlfiltCWI i ) f !lAT the priestly mid-t of his: soldiers officiatingin And among standing theta,in the front youngest of' the, remained chief- hare Hut the"midst of the confession 'I .lays, lOtol. -- ; r i t .

how plainly the double existence of in a proud and n-sohcd attitude, a terrible fu:::ilhdo burst forth at I j'-9: :4 :

I the Cal,(cil1a showed itself upon 1mcountenance which cor.tniMnl with his juvenile '
the entrance of the defile. NEW SCHEDULE. I ( ;
the ecstatic the I ; I.:
air, features and the fine down, scarcely "To arms!" cried the sentinels. _

C. ''POSTLE'S Moth my wife and my.elfbave been hard feature, further. accentuated colon-d, enveloping his cheeks with OF i .4 ,
ntlux CAsCAHLTS: BLil they are the but ; The Calecilla gave a bound, issued -
medicine we ha\e ever had in the houpe Last by the bronzed complexion of the soldier u M'tnd powder. His capote, which his order distributed the I :I i 'c u

u;4 Eat GHcmcit St. wee twoItyi.m; wlf lib" tried was tiome frantic of yourCA with heudaihe CAKLTS.for in the field,and asic-ticism with- was too large for Lira, was wrinkledat posts and scattered, his soldiers.: He STEAMER CAPTAIH FRITZ, t j .

and liier relieved the pain in her bead almost! which the
out in
pallor, was Licking the l back and the : '
Ilmmedl teIJ. \\P both recon-mend Cascams." on arms: was himself had seized. : carbine without J. N. ROOCRS, )[anager. 1I
Ft.....; v Cordova RflstaurantStauC! CUAS. STIDEFOKH. shadow of the cloister; small black, turned up at hc sleeves over( two taking; the time to remove his surplice I .
Plttsburg Sate & Co., Fa.Plraonnt. '
Uepo&it PUtiburg
brilliant the forehead Leave I'Veport Monday: and 0 i t
very :: eyes, slight wrists and by its fullness I 'f :
0 f.n; -load of Pineapples it 11.71 when, happening; to turn .
Thurcday ninrcnus.;
tr f.:. 11'r, dozen. CANDY tra\crsc-d by enormous veins whichH'clllt.d made him look still younger and around, he percched the youth stillon Arrive at ppr.?ac\la Monday and I r< .. ,, .

to bind the thought; as with more slender. There was (excitementin his knees. Thursday night. 1 .

ropeto fix it in an inextricable his long, brilliant ees-Arab " are you doing there?" he Leave re\j-llc/la lu"tday and ".k' .t '
obstinacy. intensified flame. Friday night. :' I
eyes, by Spanish thundered., land
time he turned toward the Arrive at Freeport Wednesday j ,
Every And this fixed flame annoyed the "I absolution :
am awaithg ,
TAI MAR* PISIS1IIED Saturday: morning -
spectators with open arms to read Cabecilb. the reply.
Tliiw tiny CapvaVs: ITC superItlr the I Pominus) Vobi.-curi the '* I,
one saw "What do want? he asked of "
1 jto r.ilaim of Cop: ha.. uniform beneath the stole and the him. you "That's true, said" the priest. "I :. .ni MEN AND WOMEN.I'M .,
". lxjw had forgotten 01.1. Bit;U for annitartl .t, I ) } ,m
: LoU Injections. @I ) 41 L'UEi.
1 V j cui"' in 48 hours tin t Good. >uter. Palatable.Mckeu. \\eaieu.Potent.or ('l'a.I.ripe.. We Good.. 3oc.Hie.Do) butt of a pistol, tho haft of a Catalonian "S othing. I am waiting for you Gravely! he raised his; hand and I.G.s.t.d I i.Sds ,. irritatiutifl di.rL.rgPd.iDflThWtIfl or uUerallolw, ,., 4.. .p.

...OC''! 1s--' 11IJt.I 11'1, ugc ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... knife uplifting the rumpled to decide on my fate." blessed that bowed. young head. ..ito.mrIu.,. ,.. .. of mucous Bierabrmnw.PainlrM ;L.t. J_ ups. .
thy C..i.I. sn4 not astringent ml I t I'
ll.fll.l n..i, h.p. ,.OI..II..t. U.5. I.rl. tlT surplice. "What is }ho going to do '
"Your be that of the
fate will
(":"'_ .f. iIJIjlU" '1'( ;GiS' Then, before jroin away, after mmvmNsCHIuIcaCo. or poiwmtms. I It '
fi.TO.BAC Sold and '"rnntrrrt br all drngHU with us ?" the prisoners a ked themselves other I named no one. The pardon around. him for the ctNtiNilATl.o Sold b Druggist-I. I .' ;i iit.s.L.
gianci platoon ;t
KUS to t tUE Tobacco llablt. ; or Mut 10 j4sin rappeT. q
in terror, and while awaitingthe was for all. of _execution, dispersed in the disorder .. I St,,00.or pr S n.circulal lottiPi. repiid.$1.15.for ..;;l ; H .-
end of the mass they recalled all "The others are traitors and, cowards vOl Va geiat. 1 '
D. HALE ot the attack he WILSON, the acts of ferocity vl.ich had been I I alone did not shout anything step, took aim at lh penitent and -.. ---- ---- --- --- -- ---.----- tl. k. -
related of the and which "

Real Estate and Rental had won him a speeial} renown in: I I The! Cabecilln gave a start and shot him._ _ r. PILLS.. i ti' :, .f Ellll't ,

Agent the royalist army. I looked him full in the :face. A C'iar.intee.1 Pure lor 1'iles / ,_._ 4AiE., .I.lnl P.-." and. i' ,....&.. lit' .- t J

By a miracle that morning the "Wlu't'!' vcvir name?" 'J\\-JIn- i. .la.nll, '" < iiI..rLLg'.4.i. t:..... ....... .. 't-s sS '1 -
Itcblrg, Blin-1, Ill'fdlng Hrotrud'm .
1at or .
South I'alafov Strl'lt.UlEPtlOE father was in a clement mood. The -- ,- -- -x* T<.X.-J-i,\<,''r.( .ntrr.... -.I i..msusr.'-','....... i'4 I'r'uMM lmlt. 11. >
Pile*. Y. nr lrrei't will refund ... ,
NO 243. PENSACOLA, FLORIDA mass in the open air, his. success of Makes a Clean Sweep. you: 1 /.. /ff.1 .u..-..,.* -I'Hr J: 'I...'..'.' *'tHlsJ. 1. : I
moutif I'. Z() OIXTMfrNT: falls to .. ... ::
car '
\ I. ft''ir .rt .11.'r. .
the previous day and also the cheer- There's nothing like;: doing a thingthcroughy. 'Ur* .....1. ,.......... .. "" ; '
.. ., ..
YOJ.JJ ceB -- < il ,11. t- t
'. -- :
'ulnes of Easter l .' .. ,
yet felt by this AI. 4 IA
Of-.11 the Salves
you 4 1?
]1asi fled Advert strange: : priest, cast his face a J .ti. 1
iseineii ts. upon ever heard. of, Bucklen'd: Arnica Salve j "

!. ray of joy and kindness. As soon as is the best. It su-wps away an cures J. A. VAN PELT. J. C. VAN PELT. !'\ J., !Mf) 1;

the service was over, while the sac- m : ", 1"-. .
Burns Sores, Bruises Cuts. Boils '
ristan cleared oil the altar fastening I"j 1 J;
Ulcers Skin Eruptions and Tiles. It'.. VAN PELT BROTHERS
the sacred in ; ,
ONE CENT A up vases a huge .
only 2:;c. and guaranteed to give! 1. ,1
.. box, whieh was borne on the back : ,
-- -- satisfaction byV.. A. D'Alembe-rte, Ii .
---WANTED.--- --- of a mute in the rear of the expedition i druggist. 121:: S. Talafox: street. STftPIiE ) GROGEHS. I ;''I I' "r 1 f',,,jo'.H '4. .

TO LOAN '-.-" J' _....._ the cure advanced toward the AND fANCY .I r
: .f! ,
TEl.-Organlz'rs fur an established iri=oners. :
(I. .,nable terms andy Fraternal Insurance Company 'rhcy're n dozen of republican OMON'S. ht. I I' Ji
with latest carbineer exhausted of
plans and business : by a day I ,
ANY PART OF THE CIT {. ro li.ttC ; -
> ,
battle and of the
Luge salaries a night nngui.-li in
paid ; 'r'
Try The News, 10 cents week,
!I', Up-Stair per :
J. \\' ii."os. )bnl er.MONEY good men. Write for full\ particu- straw of the sheepfold, where they Have Added! to stock a Complete Assortment of Anti.Rust Tinware. Pcsi- "J ,i;,, ., ( I

lirs. inn UNITED : had been. penned up after the action. -- ti/e'y' Guarantied; Not to Rust. This is Somet'! : that Housekeep- ; I'. : ;t -

TO LOAN "- rr Bid?., Waslunston D. C. Yellow with fear, wan with hunger, ers have net had the: Opportunity to Purchase Eefore. 'j' f.i: > a' 4 '

March 2ioawltt' thirst! : and fatigue: they clustered !TA k W at tinINSURANCE& ''I .. ..,: ... IVANPELTBROTHERS .

(I. ''''' ,h''ri'e wait;;;;, toirdKr like a flock of lieep in the D i : : '

: I .1 all other kinds: of ACTIVE CATHOLIC L.\DY TO WORK courtyard! of an abattoir. l : J. '.l. '

;\ ;:"' ,pity. ii-creey, Dusiueis guaranteed.: pri. AT IIOMC. ?'-0 paid for 12 lays The-ir uniforms full of hay their .& I .', '' ,(\ : I.

', j',x :it.: A. A. VUher.2ui trial. Permanent if satisfactory. Mt; in dinrd, pu.-}.c.l up in the AND TELEPHONE NO. 231 i ... >< 31 EAST GARDEN ST. .. .f'l 1 .. .

tf John Lakeside and in the dust which ------- -- ::4y
Engwall, Duilding llijht;:: skep, ---- ; :
Chicago. fourwl them from the tuftsof : 1.THFPROTFCTIONAD
wholly Doors andWindow Il 'J :
II.\ $ .1' ,
\ LU.Xn. IS. Meriii -..- -- .. ---- -- No.I South Palafox Street. ,
W I IeXIt. Money to their! cnps to the points of their /
,., WANTED 6 YOUNG MEN from shoes all contributed, well I w
'!able rate of interest yello.v ; -
d eurit .. cambia County at once to prepare Partial list of dwllinss for rent I In Screens 9 i
i Ofiice 112 and to give thin that sinister look of 'j
., for Positions in the Government ;
& T.Hr.II1l i-treet.! ,various parts of the city: f' to, l. .
(Service. Apply to the vanquished l in which moral dis- '
$.W.-Corner Baylea and Cervantes HAVE YOU THOUGHT OF 'f-a. / .
3:. 'I; I 10) LENt ou improved later-State: Corres. Inst. e."irmement is betrayed by physical ;.
Cedar Kapids la. street. 2 story modern dwelling 1' t:1 .
ip in lar
'. low rate of interest. --- _- .. d&.lm- The CVihocilla glanced at them for I with 9 rooms.p5.East COMFOKTTHF.YAFFOUD?

l'. i' .. -i!;.. K. Brook;: attorney l-'or llent- nn instant with a little laugh of ::;; laUua street 2 storydwelling "Iia' it -
\ t-:. Talafox Bt.: Fisher: with 12 Al! Get Prices Now. ) ,> -
rinmh. lie not to Fee. rooms. ; y i
: m tinT FOR REXT-In opera hou-e build- was sorry : .
ii p ou ground rlonr, one store and tho s-oidiors! of the republic humble, modern convenience, bath on .,1 .
I"" ': .\\-Do you teed office; on ?t'coua iloor, three ollk-es. and! amid well fed well upper floors corner lot, nice J I ] <
wan nifTtrwl ,
can borrow any fel)3)X1CELY : 1 iil* 11. ii DeSilva & Co. : ) 'ff4 i':: : ITolojolioixo
w .'i'' today on easie&t e<|tii'inii! ) : Lariists, .Navarre ana yard and shrubbery, stables, -- ;

-t rates anywhere furnished rooms with bath Basque: mountaint-ers as brown and outhouses, etc. ; r '

unproved! city real $1.0;; and $:?.OO week; with good hard is carcb btars.: J23.;; -North Pal.ifox\; street; a nice one 11.
\\'111. Fisher' J.1t! S.: '
\ ... ,t. lu-tf board ?:>MO' week; central location Viva Dios: my children paid story modern dwelling with -- I (

-- 26 South Spring street between ho to them sith a"good natured air. hard wood floors, all modern
t i borrow money, in- TkVst Koraana and Garden streets "Tlu- republic nourishes her defenders conveniences. C ni:

,,- ire jour propertyki Transcieiu solicited. m 19-1 in. very ill. Why, you are all J22.oO: : .-31w Wobt Gregory street: 2 0

i ">'. r>of nt title property, buy orS IIf I I --- --f.Ii-- ,---, 1..1'---. -- ns thin as the wolves of the l'JrcI I story dwelling: with 7 rooms. ] 2 Yrs Old, in Casts cf 4 Full Quarts, at $3.20 per cm 1j

: u 'u, have rents: colur -- -- _".. flees when the mountains are covered J20.-:210 North Barcelona street; 2 Mt I ti $L.zlf;

t tx>.-. attended to, FOIl S.-\Ll--Iftue Ice bot sllitaI with snow and they come into story dwelling with S ro I-51\EY: I at the Nelson Co. .
C\ Tio, C. Watson for saloon :grocery; store or butcher the plain to cniI: the odor of the $15.;; -311 West Garden street; 5) room TH1HVH* and! I is fully matured in wood .
and luMiriiice
.. I' -acoU. Fla. : : shop In good order! and will be table by the lights:; which shine under cottage.!; bforebottling. it is absolutely pure and not excelled (
Charges '
T.. everyone who buys sold to make room for new one. the" oors of the houses. One is $15.-:313: North Spring street; C room io quality by any Whir key of the lame age '9 ,4f'j' -
no matter where produc d. The Royal Standard
If .- we will lend money AS.:2w! S. .\. FRIEDMAN. treated otherwise in the service' of house with gas water, etc. I Is eight.vears old when battled, and, considering U'j

n buiLt a .hou4e.. Sd-tf I the good! cause. Would! you like to $12.30.-417 East Gregory street, 6 IH excellent\ quality, Is the cheapest whiskey in :j' i4I'IL

I"Ol M ). I FOR SALE-Tbe most desirable I make a trial of it, herm nos ? Cast 2 story dwelling. this market at that price. As a beverage, and as kj
Fl, -............-.. -- loti in the city on easy term, by I and HO absolutely pure t-tiraulant, there i 13 none better
j' ''fa of Keys. Owner I the FNher Real Eetate Agency" oft those infamous caps put on $12.50.-8f,1j East Gadsden street, 5 marks whatever to ., t1d ( I

I' '" by calling at this I 1.-:' 4).l) South Palafox.. ISalm the white beret. As truly as this room cottage. 'flSliIppedincaaescontainiuguo j contents. purchaser, upon examining .. P '

: ,'1 i 5: properly and pay- Hoarding ?lInulj( is the holy day of Easier, to those $11.-Cll East Belmont street, 5 room the whiskey, Is not satisfied with the quality be );3C -'

'Iro 1 __MTtfmi .. ,, _. j can return the tame at oar expense and money i4
u -' co ttage.
F .
BOARDING HOrSE at Wheeler will be refunded. 'j :
While There is Life There Is Hope. $11.-TOO' East Belmont street, 5 be either .
'. pring*, Morry :Esther, Fla.. Airs All orders should accompanied by j ,
ack. Call on F. M.
Condon, proprietress. All the I was afflicted with catarrh; could rooms. currency, postoffice money order, bank draft or express : f .'
Garden and Pala- comforts of home at very reasonable $12.! -419 East Int >adentia ,street 6 ;', r- money order. We refer to First National r .j
: 1w. rates. Northern tourists will neither taste nor smell and could hear .d' Bank or any merchant in Pensacola. ,, ,

.. .. _ _ room cottage. -
find this ideal to is- -4-
an place spend a but little. Ely's Cream Balm cured it. _
It 1 : I4)\-\.I $10.-136 East Chase street, ;5 room
of th<> l2nlmiLALFMANumbrellamaer,31&
portion season.
B-; ; Marcus G. Shautz, Rathway N. J. cottage. ; S. A. FRIEDMAN
MOXI, thE! tailor ha rt'I I
.. .
: i West Governrnentite '11"11- ..... -11. n. .Cream Balm reached me safely and f 9.-910 East LaRua street. 4 room _

:;. Express cflice, the effect surprising; My1 soa says cottage.A ._- SOLS PROPRIETOR, PEXSACOLA, FLA t ;4'/>* L
ired to clean South Palafox street. Re-cover .
l pr. re-
p first decided re list of smaller dwellings swell
',,- l'h1ip'j'; and srentlet iDIt and repairing umbrellas and the application gave large nis'd P. O. BOX 418. TF.LKI'HONK I!

_-_ !' ido4uIit.*. I6j3inler : parnoU I a spteialty. Silk covers lief. Respectfully, Mrs. Franklin Freeman as a number of stores and -

- -_---- always on hand. Jan 3 ,. Dover, N. H fices for rent or-I '- ,- 4 f : 't ,
\ lH '.\)' 'u & ;
., .". ._ Dresses rnnde: from $1.5U up. Other The Ba'ci! : does not irritate or cause TIIOS. C. WATSON & CO. frI handle every class of Liquors :'old, ic 4J fte.

H,t.,BEIRXEllDuf.e: I sewing as reasonable, 26 South] sneezing. Sold by druegists at 5') Leading, Real Estate, Rental and !. bulk or bottle, wholesale or retail bt prices that t -

I .:,'t Article in Hair Hair Go Oil 1d",, I Spring between West Roicana and cents or mailed by Ely Brothers, 56 Insurance Agents, 1 South Palafox' S are way down. I :

-t Government street. Garden streets. m9-lm Warren street. New: York street. -

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:t Oven_ Argument.a UP-TO-DATE CATARRH Nasal o EASTER IN

9 MERCHANTSIN mould In tU be Its clesiuaesa.Ely's Ewes then. Ail fVER e0wq r ) THE CHURCHES

1 U the Mrcngit ar?lIa
I Iu work 1'\ 0" oven Cream Sala o3 0'rlesa

{ ment In favor..f COC>D IXCK" 1'a::1ng fl'w ',peethe!slid lies!(,

i bOII"reopen tea tie dijcuei: Jne1!: De. 50 jt'jr
1 his sat melt every
Icr. It eurcztarrhaaJdivts THE HAPPY AND AUSPICIOUS DAY
lertfy for hrrwlf. The fact that it ruaitg. the PROGRESSIVE awry a cold ia tka' Yxt-,
test big-uit,*a=.-'. 1.1.tI and cake ia why Ucaa ?
(ream Balm fa placed Into tire nostril e,spreadd
be sold in Train Loads. MILLS. over the membrane and ia aitorbed. Bel.e'ii; immediate CEREMONY IN PENSACOLA.

This is one of the oldest established and a cure&Uovn. It is not drying--doe 1 qta;
tot produce neczl3;. Large Size,50 eenti at Druggists -
Richmond. Virgin!*. industries in the Western part of or by mall; Trial Size,10 cents by mail
the State and slice its inaugurationhas YLY BROTHERS.M Warren Street.New Tort Easter Sunday, commemorative of --=.I'....
.. .
--- '
been under the management of the Resurrection was remembered in
....Nh.1..N....+.*< > [ whom ladies and '
; Mr II. F Gonzalez.! The mill Is located amoung are many Pensacola with more than ceremony -

I at the corner of Tarragona: & family groups. I especially at the many churches

i ISOCIALECHOESIThe ; I Tarragossa streets where large quantities During the coming warm season all I where specially appropriate serviceswere

I of grain are ground and distributed I the newest ices, fruits, creams and held.

the western portion of the drinks will be served and Solomon's I: A slight cloudiness in the southwest
..... .......>..*......... over
'I State and southern Alabama. Where- will doubtless henceforth le more brought some fear to a number of ladies

Juniur Guild of Christ Church ever the logging interests exist you I popular than heretofore. I I who had been watching the elements -

entertains tomorrow afurnoon and will find the products of this firm. for days hoping for a fair Sun
evening, at the residence of Mrs. John Cereal Foods
Fair dealing and the ability to deliverat day. The clouds brought no rain; rather -
C. A very. A delightful time is promised without cream are not appetizing but
any time and 'n any quantity ac- the day turned out beautifully and
all who attend. is not always to
good raw cream easy
counts for their immense trade. was enjoyed.
Borden's Peerless Brand Evapor-
get. Shortly before 10 a. m. an even one
Miss Hilda Blount has been spending
Cream is superior to cream
ated raw
J. E. LONG, CONTRACTOR. hundred men and officers from the Indiana
Easter at home givirg pleasure to her .
with a delicious flavor and richness.Use .
many friends and relatives.Mr. This gentleman has not long been walked slowly and with measured
it for general cooking purposes.
engaged in his profession in this city, pace up Palafox wharf directlyto
Borden's Condensed Milk! Co., propri A GROUP
d and Mrs. Sam Isaccs and son but in that suort time has made a reputation St. Michaels church which they

are \isitmg in the city. second to no contractor or etors. attended in a body. The ship's band ...OF...

was with the crowd and furnished fine
builder doing business here. The many
i Miss Katie Cl>'de McDavSd of Pine | handsome residences erected by him FROM $1.50 TO $12.50. SIXTY music at the church. Especailly note- XTREME

., Barren visiting Mrs. Philip G. Caro stand as monuments to his skill as DAYS FREE TRIAL ON OUR LAMINATED worthy was a rendering of the "Holy FASHION ASTER

4 at her home en West Garden street. I'a balder and taste as an architect. FELT MATTRESSES. TRY City" on the cornet. A number of ............... ...... LEGANCEMEYER ,
ONE. MARSTON & QUINA. - - - --
remained for communion.
Some of the most attractive dwellings bluejackets

I Mr. and :\lrs. Geo. Turner are "at I on North Hill are examples of his CONCERT AND DANCE.At There was no preaching at the Presbyterian SHOE CO

Lome" at the resilience of Mr. amt Mrs.R. labors. Mr. Long can be consulted at the Armory hail Friday night church in the forenoon an ,

H. Turner on Hast Hill. time in to house St. Michael's election of deacons having been arranged -
any regard a new or April the 24tli. Benefit, Feet Furnishers for Cash
repairs on an old one.MCMILLAN Cemetery Fund. Refreshments Admission for. At the evening service Only

Mr. Charles Neuuian, Jr., of New :o3; cents. 13A10t. Rev U. L. Barker, a distinguished divine 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.

York, Mrs. Nenman, Edgar; W. Neu- from Monticllo preached. The
man, Miss Beulah Hir&cher ::\1<:ssrs, pastor assisted in the service.It .
As the foundations must be laid for ICE CREAM SUPER
S. E. Hirschcr, A. B. lIisc'ler.13" was arranged and announced that -
Hirscber Joe Hirschcr and Joe Leiter any great undertaking so must the
Rev. W. G. Isaacs would preach at the
foundation be laid for a house whether Ice cream supper at the Salvation
Montgomery are a party here to attend Palafox street Methodist church but
large or small. To make this foun Army hall, Tuesday night. Tickets ten
the wedding of :Miss: Kahn and the sudden departure of the Kearsarge, .64

Mr. Xeuman: which takes place Wed dation substantial and lasting you cents. of which he is chaplain, prevented the

nesday evening at eight o'clock at must have the best material and. the
CHAS. W. PRESSLEY. keeping of that engagement. Hev. Sylvester -
+. brilliant best material so far found are the
Temple I5cth-El. A most re-
Weeks and Rev. J. M. Dannelly

ception at the Progressive Club will brick manufactured by the McMillan Going to take vacation send your conducted the services. Tetley's Oolong is a blend of The better a thing the easer
E follow tIe Brick Co..of Pine Barren of which :Mr.:
cetemony. piano work to Johnson's Book store at Rev. Jones had good congregationsat :
ir> W. P. Brownson an energetic young finest Formosa Oolong with spoiled. Tetley's is best Don'tspoil
once. AlOlwA the First Baptist church at both ser
Vice President Dickenson of the business man is the proprietor.In it in making.
vices. His subject was "The Risen very choice Ceylcn.
it a Louisville & 'Nashville! railroad with taking charge of the plant Mr.
Some Other Do. Christ.
y his wife and daughter who hive been Brownson ascertained the needs of the ASK YOUR GROCER.
t "They say," said Willie's mother as At the Universalist church Mrs. Irwin -
y !spending about a week in the city, market, and immediately installed theimproH'd
they were watching the "armless won interested her hearers in the fore-
F .; left today for Louisville in his: private latest machinery, doub'.ing der" wind his watch write his name
noon with a good talk on "Tha Contin-
, 'h p car the capacity of the yard and making a and do other remarkable: things/ with "
; uity ot Life, an din the evening with
rgi ft I better brick than has ever been placedon hIs toes, "that he can play! the piano,
"The Great Commission." 'F-
Frank Scgaii, a brotherInhw off I the market. With their new system but I Oon't see how." '.
Confirmation held in the Ger .t -? "
r Policeman Benjamin arrived with his I I of drying sheds they are enabled to "That's easy! mamma replied ''i i "lie can play l>y ear."-Youth's man-Lutheran. Christ Episcopal and
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t wife on the Tarpvn Saturday and will work through the entire year, and keepa Companion. St. Katharine's. In Christ Church the ..1.1... of4riiut ,f t" .................
t reside pornnnently in tih- city reserve block of half to one million 'j${ r
first regular\ services were held since .
rs on hand at all times, their daily output He Stood Corrected."I ..'.\,\.1"I'... ......." ", .-" .
the completion of the building and .
Mr. F. C Horton, of Mobile, come ) .. )
being fiity thousand. Their brick sentenced' the prisoner to be .@.. :!- .@..
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j over and spent yesterday in Pensaco are not only used locally in large quantities lynched" said the IHHville! justice. Bishop Weed of Jacksonville was pres. g ut

ht t la. Mr. Horton vas formerly casHer but from Mobile on the west to "But you can't do that, jour honor" ent. In the afternoon confirmationswere .. 1I

t1 of The American National Bank and objected the lawyer for the defense. held at St. Katharine's. I II
r j Live Oak on the east. :
i' is highly esteemed' here "Come to think of It," said the jnstlre All the churches had special music,

ry \ "you are right fer my bailiff In- but perhaps the sweetest was that New (Means Grocery
4? I C. J. Troulman, of Canoe, Ala. who forms me they ain't three yards o" rope heard at Michael's church at the ,
TATE. In town."-Atlanta Constitution.
has beer visiting here for the past 10 a. m. service.
Before you can build a house oreven JAMES McHUGH Prop.
week enjoyed his Easter dinner as a {'DllnaIl t'd. i t

!' guest of Mrs. M. P. P.inifay, of West lay the foundation you must have First South Americin-rauph! Thinkof THE ABC OF IT. t

llomana street. He left the same even the lot to build on, and you can get that man pretending to 1* a states A kidney! education starts with:

ing for his home in Canoe. this on possibly better terms from nUll Why, he knows absolutely nothing Backache means kidney ache lame I ROASTED COFFEES !

: .trt Watson & Co., than in any other \\ay. of politieall'l'llllomy. back means lame kidneys weak hack

1 Mr. L. M. Levy and family: spent the The gentlemen Composing) the firm I Seeoml South American should means weak kidneys cure means Do- -.l\ *- t
iti have been engaged In the business for say; he didu't. Why, he couldn't tell a .
: h :ty at Gull Point Sunday.oTAEDING I an's Kidney Pills. Read about the
,4' years, and are conversant with the location revolution from n North American college free distribution in this and
' yl'll.-JuJcI'; paper i &t BLENDED TEAS rfi i
: AFFRAYON anti value of everypiece of real call at Sidney Kahn's Drug Store, Fri. .

THE KEARSARGE. estate in the city or county. Their rental Crnrt. day April 17th.EASTER .

ifa deparmonl is looked alter by com ".\nd now," sad! the lonely stenographer OUR SPECIALTIES. !

i ., It is ropirUtl that a bluejacket was !: petent men and always offers some- who was kicking for a raise, "I MONDAY DANCE.A o. ------ .

t stabbc.l an,! set inti"!iy wounded! on I thin? desirable in stores, dwellings: I will mak" myelf pltiw""Nature 1> S

1 I 1 hoard the Kcarsarse; a ftw vats ago offices! halls &c. They can furnish at I saved you the trouble," dance will be given tonight at they i CY) -I II ,.

t i l>y aJapam-se mess boy The matter I i| a moment's notice! an abstract of title 1 si'fipretl the crusty old senior member. Catholic Knights hall for the benefitof --0 !

' !, ?t i In iKcrkept I Mry quiet. The blue i to any piece' of property which is absolutely -\ -Wheeling Nows. charity. I,i I .
: wiF I.
I [ jacket is said to have tantali/ol the I .
I correct and guaranteed.: \ WA\TED-TIh'elers. Pay from J2.00 O. G. cnoA. :\ \, 1 .

Clilttk" to a jKiint where patience to $3.01 per diem. Apply to Board A. WRIGHTOX, I I! : : / ,N et
} ream! to be a virtue and the finite wasTHE MARSTON & QUINA. Gl'S WALLER, I I t
of Labor Employment, Navy Yard j : 0 i-I
tlsetL 1I
Buy ing a l lot and building: a hoisc Pensacola, Fla. Al1. t.I Committee i z x .
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!s one thug but furnishing it is another W
TEXAS WILL I WANTED lite boy, 14 to 15 yearsof The same applies to the ten and-, ....
and to a difficult undertaking,
SAIL TOMORROW. age to deliver goods and make twenty cent candies sold by Jacoby, I I. z 04a'% c .
I but this difficulty is easily overcome W 1f'T1 .
I himself useful. that does to the thirty. They are put up ..J ."
and the trouble taken off hands
th Texas your
The second-class bat 'ship
Pensacola Produce and Commission in attractive shape and equal or superior : -< !
at, i by consulting Messrs. Marston & Quina. LL.
of this barber
will sail out early! tomorrow i.
15 West Government st.
Company, to many high-priced candies. | 0 I .
These gentlemen have the largest
morning bound for Norfolk ON' .
w i A13-tf I
l n where !'l'ruealle.: ... will he male before I Furniture establishment in the western I YOU CAN SEE YOUR EASTER !] 1!' r 3: .

she is assisted: to her new dutie part ot the state. Here you will find SUIT IN GRAY GOODMAN & RA-:;.1 OJ z "C I

as flagship of the coast !'!tadron. The\ furniture of all grades, from the cheapest II I -ludng; file S esf fir $c. DER'S WINDOW. I.i :-:.:: I

Texas will leave without Captain kitchen to the costliest parlor or II I : O- !

bed-room suits, in every variety of ..
Swinburne. She will be ia cou.r anu Iii;

ri of Lie-itenant-CominaniU-r Quimby..I I woods, rattan, bamboo wicker brassor I i a

+ Captain Swinburne was i-ailo.) to Cos- iron. The designs are limitless and i : i

ton a few days since by the s..rious ill II simeiliir.g suitable for the home store
hall elsewhere that furniMire i HIGH CRADE CROCERIES WHOLESALE AND RETAIL t
; ness of his diu&hter.: who u not yet or can be ,

out ofSHOWERS clmr.. placed will!! be suggested I'j- them. EASTER AND AFTER EASTER .
.t I i f .:<,:t Feed Stuffs of All Kinds. M i

1' AND COOLWEATHER PREDICTED. I I W. A. D'ALEMBERTE and progressive, DRUGGIST.This druggist I | PHONE 105. !

occupies quarters ,E his own WE CAN PLEASE YOU WITH ANYTHING IN OUR SEV ... ........ .......................................
I. Observer Bnnnemeyer says in 1m -
building which has: been fitted up in { ERAL DEPARTMENTS AT LESS COST TO YOU THAN YOU
+ report today that showers will occur ;
luxuriant style with solid cut glasshowrises HAVE BEEN IN THE HABIT OF PAYING. 1
tonight followed tomorrow by fair
: the tops being of glass as JAMES HUGHES
weather tempered by cool northwest
f fs
well as the sides showing; each ar Goods Specials. ,
1i vrinds. Thunderstorms occ.irred early I C
tide to the best advantage.; ThE
today east of the Mississippi river and One Case 32-inch:! .5
LAWN, 10 yards oc
shelves of the filled
store are witl
i heavy rains are reported from :Memphis : WHITE PIQUE, Special Price . . . .23 and Sac yard
handsome bottles of drugs and medicines
\ : Knoxville and Ch ulo1t\'. the 1\t.\: \ Mr. D'Alemberte enjoying thE, Specail Prices on READY-TO.WEAR SHIRT WAISTS and I BOILER[ AND MACHINE I WORKSI

: ter highest place wind reporting;velocity 122 here: The was I largest prescription practice in thE' i I SKIRTS To-day and Monday. J ,

city. He is making a sweialtjr o;:
20\ miles Clothing and Gents' Furnishing Specials.
Hughes candies ani his sale
pure as ::

BIG DISTURBANCE are large he is in constant receipt o;:f One Full Line MEN'S and BOYS' STRAW MILLINERY at BOILERS AND MACHINERY BOUCHT AND SOLD.

: fresh goods. Special Low Prices.A .
i I Large Line of LISLE THREAD SOCKS for .. .. .23c pair Sol to 807 South Palafox St.

It required the combined efforts of B. M. SOLOMON. Plain and Fancy, worth 35 to 50c. PHONE 123 and 292. POSTOFFICE BOX 41'-
and half dozen I Mr. Solomon's! parlors have been patronized -
('aptain'rank a poLicemen Neckwear and Shirts to Suit All. -
to suppress a big disturbance I perhaps more extensive!;

which arose in "Tin Pan Alky" early during the winter than any place iiI ACENTS OF COSMOPOLITAN PATTERNS ONE PRICE IDea
Seven defendants I the city. This is due in part to the de OREENHUT & CO. $
yesterday _ .... A
whc took part in the disturbance were !' licious'drinks, both hot and cold ,

in the city court: today and their fines cream cakes and pastries served b; '

anged from .Eve to fifteen dollara. All ''him, and in part to the excellent set GRAY GOODMAN & RADER ....WHOLESALE GROCERS,

were white people. rice he gives his patrons.Mr. ,

Solomon's parlors are filled a

Up-to-date people read The News. all hours by appreciative customer a IAMwMwmAmwwM! Nos. 102, 104,106 East Government St, PENSACOLA, FAA

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