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 14, 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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t s Saturday THE NEGRO FOR CITIZENSHIP. oppose, and the negro always votes f?'ut: I, :j I 't.: ; ,

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; his is needed than in the statement ( ::1 <: *> !' ,t. t \
of Hooker Washington i in his Madison 'U : ':
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Wis., fpef'chasll1n; on said:. 1J 'I ,
Journal.) 'The teachings of the negro In various: Fj. i < .. I ; 1 r

OLl! ION INTHESENATE THIS The republicans who ranking ways for the past tewnty years have c! ; .tt!t t

inch a row over the disfranchisement ended; too much to array him against I. ,I .. '. j <; .

MORNING MAKES IT THE DUTY (*f the negro in the South, and who are his white brother rather than to put '. ,' 'i ;t_ t
1 (' I the races in cooperation with each :: : 0 '1 "
-E inserting: that the negro should; have!
l, othl'r.Iore than once I have no- ; 't ; F;
AND STATE OFFICERS he 1: right to tote, and if he did it would tired that when the whites were In j:.)' 'J I ;f. ;

TO COME I je better for the South, cither have: favor of prohibition, the blacks, led I.i'I. !
short memories or else are dishonestin by even sober and upright ministers, .1.R' I ,
btt'I MY u \ voted against .
BATTLESHIPS-RAILROADS ARE their opinions.The prohibition simply be- ? I t ,
? cause the whites were in favor of it. I" I' .

F u1 CPn'cMt f' ASKED TO OFFER EXCURSION negroes of the South wore given If the whites vote to levy a tax to { t I r ;; q

he: unrestricted right to vote from build a school house it is a signal for ; !! 1 II i, '
RATES. LSC7 to 1ST" fn years. This suffragetvas 'the blacks to oppose the measure il" 1 ,

simply because the whites favor It." ,;it!. 'h' d '
: granted them by A military power .
Still Unfit for Ballot. j: ; M-- :
= and against the will of the people: .
Thus, upon the testimony of tho I .
Today in the senate Senator Duller constitutional amendment favor \ .. -
wisest of '
own race, the negro '
of the 2Jrd district, introduced ing this suffrage to the negro was never is still unfit for the ballot. Secretary ',, !if;' :.A.t' t. t. .

senate concurrent resolution No. 2, regularly adopted by threefourthsof Hoot admits it, according to the reports ; !I. .J .

which the states the Constitution of his speech: "So the countr- f :r t,. ,
i was adopted, unanimously. The as re .
has to face the failure of the plan I I : ,
resolution provides: That, Whereas, quires. When these negroes in the i ,
i adopted\ by conferring upon them tho j :; 1 t "
tnere is a fleet of United States bats South, backed by the United: l States suffrage--the failure to teach them .i ; i '
t'eships now lying in the harbor: of army got the ballot in their hands, the competency to enjoy it." Negroes .' ... r

IVnsacoIa! that it is the duty of every how did they use their power for self- in the South are still what Thaddeus W;}'*t I ;.' I '.
Stevens designated! them "
citizen of Florida to visit I that city and government? Host shamefully: and ;'J ;1 ,"'
cattle. It is necessary for tho 'l t + t o'' ._

inspect the ships. That the Governor, outrageously! Rank and rotten southern states to disfranchise them f ; f" i
with his cabinet, the members of the corruption was seen on every side. in order to preserve their property t I l' ''f ,
NOT INTENDED FOR PUBLICATION, MY DEAR WILHELM from plunder and their civilization I
Railroad Commission members of the The whites of the South were virtually .r\f.\ .
from destruction. And as some of \ t I'the
Supreme Court, members of the disfranchised and Uie negroes hadundisputed .
sen' property in the South is ownedby If k,1: I f''!i.

it is he not only lot the race but has I a'e and legislature and their attaches, sway. From the last two northerners, there is strong sen t" ; e. b'f i) : I .

m OT HUGE continually sent articles to several BIG FINESIN the major of Tallahassee! and the city years of the administration of Andrew timent in that quarter for the so- r.. -t ; : .
called grandfather! clauses. At any 1 .;
diiTtront! which he knows to be council! and all citizens who may desire Johnson through the two termsof 'ff '
)papers .
rate, whatever may be said of dis- d: ,.
false. The only way the Massachusettscan CITY COURT to do so, go to 1'ensacola on Saturday General Grant, the South, from frauchisement of negroes by stato .:j: ,.i '

CONTROVERSY win from us is with fake items to next and spend a day in ins the border to the gulf: was a perfect I constitutional devices, it is far moro .I'!i '

the newspapers furnished by their spcting the vessels. The resolution hell on earth. In speaking of this decent and honest than the disfranchisement ; i

--- gentlemanly correspondent. He has requests the governor to communicatewith reign of negro domination and terror of white people in Pennsylvania .11.: .;! +'. i"y
by ballot-box stuffing and ) 1
JtF-.Jt 'HE CHAMPIONSHIP sent so rainy misleading statementsto C CONCLUSION IN HE CASE OF NE. the secretaryof the navy and apprise In the South for a decade the perjury. There is abundant testimony l1- f. .. ,

I different newspapers that we are I him of this visit requesting that Baltimore Sun says: hat the democratic party starts out .. ; ,
TITLES A\D RIGHTS EX. tired of cor.tradicting them and would there be no further reduction! until after Reign of Terror in an election by conceding its 011:1{ ': I } : '

PRESS THEMSELVES! VERY no: do so {in this case had it happened REACHED THIS MORNING. this\'Isit,but to hold the fleet intact until "Figures may'e some little the laments city at of least Philadelphia.lOO.OuO "votes"According in; I"if.: 1. ." ..: j! #ti' .

BOLDLY: elsewhere. But owing to the interestof visit, but to hold the fleet intact until idea of some of the results of unrestricted to the democrats of that city, lUU.OOijs t .+ ,I t :, 4

the )people of the South in !both the that date. The resolution also provides I negro suffrage during that the basis of calculation, though. f ,. -' '1 t '

that the railroads be requestedto terrible time. But neither wordsnor this number can bo exceeded if the : I
Mose "
Lyman fined :50; -
Alabama ant:! her cre'.e deem it was $ today;
\ : i ''' iv-i|iondence from exigencies of the situation demand / : ,, 'l
I Cliff li> and Itorcrt provide excursion rates, and that figures can make an adequate I : f'
their due tint such a statement should Lyman. $ 0. Carter .
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mini; the rishtsiinp ;:; of the saturnalia of ,
as oarsmen not go unrorn ct fl1. $1 HI), all the fines having been imposedfor I when the two houses adjourn on Fri description grand ana petty_L_ ,lan'l'nIII_______ violence, I!..' I", j.r ,, 'I..

, i '''i 'li- eiffiee. Twor I If you care to publish the following, I Ii violations of the Sunday law by the day it be until Monday morning to of plunder, of fraud, of lust and of FLOOD SITUATION. r *>"1'i
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} arestloc i I will give an aicunite account of the I sale of intoxicating liquors. permit every member to attend. I every crime in the Newgate calendar

\ tips : I afuir from: the up to theiprestnt Jim Lyman, another defendant, was \ House bill No. 1, known as the Hills- Not even the most law-abiding New Orleans, April 13.: -The river 4 j '
: i'; .pits*t of thl.1 I nor the quietest citizen was safe t' .
went back to 19.9 today, a fall '
discharged, there having ben no e'i.Iluce borough; validating bond bill was up Hfo I
time and leave
,ll\\s yon to juIge';; from violence. Thousands and tens I
t- II : I''for of tenth of a foot. Work on the Hy- *{ : '
f : e Missichusetts. i I who is right, or if vve have to take vaUT. ( against; him. Collection of finesin consideration in the senate this of thousand, of citizens, upon the a t
mornin I'nator11on of the nth flimsiest and without melia crevasse was resumed! today. s, ::
The race that has caused the cases of Cliff Lyman :and Robert charges a particle .

!IlllSOttSpiii ninth co'nment and hard feelings\ was sOl Carter were suspended during their )Offered an amendment providing that of evidence were torn from their There is promise that the force of la- 1' :
\ 10,100:;. 1 homes and families and cast!' into I '
I boo will be ample to carry on the oiZ it '
good behavior but the major said that the bill shall not take eltect unless the ? I
liiillttl Chriitma dayat prison.. In North Carolina the legislature
rrillihol'j ,
| matter of lands be submitted to a vote fresh attempt at closing. If the preset t' Ott
From the start it was Alabama's race. ] this was posith'the) last time that authori/.ed the governor: to '

,rove. valuable the ar-I We took the load and maintained it 1 bar tenders would be exempted frommnishment of the )lPopl le. 1 lr Palmer of the llthoppo.sul proclaim martial law in'rry county ( rate (.decline\ continues at Holly- l -' r 1 .r + -_ ,

nir ; the amendment stating that to arrest and try by and !IronIc it is e\pe-cte that within thtj ; t"
in case of com ktiln.
through the entire race.'e crossed ( ". VrH:3 .
louse to th!' the soldiers were negroes. In South two water will practically ,
the bill of a local char- next day or .. ,
was one purely
I Carter was arrested testimony 1 Sl
,It'hui t'\tS and the Hue: and tossed while the JIaasacliusitts upon Carolina alone according w> the /
\ only! touched tl.e line and given in court yesterday. lie attended ., 'acter ant affected no other county in declaration! of Governor Chamberlain, cease running through!; the break .t

the state Mr.: Adams of the 2Uih of that state there In that event planters will : : ,
slo items in. tossed! ?o hat we both losfcil, tr),ether Lyman's restaurant and it wassnovvn a republican governor 1 "
'thought that bonds were the only: road when he succeeded I Moses he found have ample time in which to how their < -
by more than one witness that t
tie. But
it look if it
making! as wsa
M'"+ copie-l thf : that 2'H:!' trial justices wore holding I rfi "
the ill to wealth, and he was glad to see old crops. "t
Carter had been a party to e- '
,'t.L! It grieves I as the tossing! of oars has no bearingin =; I office by executive appointment who 1 l ('
gal sale of \\hiskeIt was ali I Hillsboroush m line. Let the child ono could neither read write. '
,:.1!H can tell to the <>i-isiou vi a race it seemed to nor Xlgromajorith's FIXING A WAY TO t
decision s-ho\\n that this negro had been very, !I born pay for tile benefits received. On had complete control of i' i
U'lion their in.rums have had in this case When the GET INTO TROUBLE. i ,
\\asI''II we protested while! the active in disposing of the liquor, an l a vote being:; taken the amendment the state governments, laves weremultiplied t
have been
I I and the gatheredfrom (
to bettor facilitate the deals he ha]I II i! was lost. The bill was then advancedto 1 F
Massachusetts was well content to layoff whites
the unfortunate
''iriM-tins; this by was Some persons in this city are fixing $
placed a bottle or two in a refrigerator its third reading and passed by a their ,t
stolen by the and (
aM nothing. If she won, as negroes!
1,1' may awaken say a way to make a great: deal of trouble a
claims did the in the restaurant which adjoins the vote of 2 I J toI, and the action of tho white leaders from the<<: North, who
,i'i! I (10 realize the "Apprentice" why vultures for themselves, for if they are caught i ,t. '
tale the decision so easily? Does it saloon. This negro was represented al l senate was immediately ordered certified had flocked to the South as 'F .5 a t
: has been sleep- gather on a carcass. the mayor will show no leniency.
look reasomble thatuii $';'H>0 in her the trial by I. L. Purcell, Esq colored.1 to the house. a '
v' ,).d. thus acquired I Looted Treasuries. These persons go in various parts of :w ,

tn tin boat itself. grasp sl; >e would lose it so easily? I do The case was continued from yesterday At the close of the war the debts the city and with a piece of white f/,# t'',
in order that the defendants JOINT COMMITTEES of the seceded states aggregated lri\r
t aril uo not think one
the no tmnK so any I insinuations o
'hat is aliout chalk write smutty on s ;
S7oOOOui the ten of
could witnesses in their be $ During years ,
their summon HAVE BEEN NAMED.
I kmvv it not
would. was
ria would beat the I else negro; rule $3.0111',0110.0111) was added.In sidewalks, telegraph; i*>sts, fences and T ,
\ half. Tt>no Lucas, colored, was arrested i--
\\hile! dreaming.Masachusetts :entelmanly: instincts mat kept them North Carolina the state debt Increased sign boards.! The pieces so writtenare : ,
in the gang but the case againsthim 'i .ie Chamber of Commerce and Business assessed d 'r
: : has I quiet for if the writers of the letters J38.000.MO I and the placed plainly and are easily read- !1'j !

had of those instincts they would today was nol pressed. league have appointed a com value of property sank from J292.000-:! '
"f We have raced any able from the cars, and lady passengers ;
poi' in ]Slt) to JUO.OiiO.ftOO; in 1S70. t
During the trial this morning a ne mittee to act jointly to look after the
other to get even :
take means
I' r irgc and Brooklyn some The taxation for state purposes In whose eyes have been caught by 4* ,tom: ,

"t, them 1 in a decis- with us besides this war of words. gro witness named Jim Graham deliberately Cincinnati excursion Friday. They l&GO/ had been $453.000 a year. The the writing, have been seen to color 1 j y

.j-1 race with the Two days later the Massachusetts swore to falsehoods after hav.\\ will invite prominent ctlzens to join negroes:; increased it to $I.100OOfi.The and quickly turn their heads. fr, } '

boat alongside and wantedto ing been warned. Among other them on an excursion to be given. negroes issued JU.f'OO.ftuO/ of
,. race came
i. l of the
mill the race over on the following he stated that he was in Lyman's restaurant They will meet at Hotel Escambia at bonds to aid railroad Subscribe to the News, 10 a week Sffliii I? j }'
"";:.i r men. It was all spent and not one mile of
1 cn-w of the Ala- naj I refuseJ and told them would all day and had never seen SSi::: a. m. and escort the crowd to the railroad was built. School fund securities 1 r >

.' !'\I'b' rather lad pull them the following month, Janus any of the defendants a-vund. He wharf, leaving at :9 I a, m. sharp and returning were sold to carpetbaggersat r i

ary 20th, and would leave the purse I also swore positively about going to'' at 10 o'clock. divided on-third their the value and legislators.In the money. THE OLD RELIABLE : I-ii
among negro
and double it for the certain places: with one of the defend
\HIII the Texas we stand as it was two years there was not a public
ants and this was even denied by the BOAT EXCURSION.An .
They no definite or school house in the whole state.
''I the work not talk. next: race. gave open
satisfactory answer.I defendant) himself. When Graham had The same story might be told of :S
-;'u' will -
greatly surr
; of which given his false and untruthful testi- excursion will be given tomorrow every state in which the so-called pQJA
them again,
'. > it will be the first challenged
mony he was sent by himself into a night at half past seven on steam disfranchisement has taken place
ever met defeat. proceeding: they took no notice.I I! In Mississippi G.40'.fmO' acres of land
er and barge to witness the search
and at the conclusion of the trial
'-iU: OF FAIR 1'LAY. challenged;: again January 23th.;; room were confiscated because the owners
was called and informed cf his com light drill and visit points of interest. were unable to pay the heavy taxes i-
and offered to pull for 1100.00 an oar, 1
Dancing: on the bare and refresh- and wholesale I!
i S Alabama, and $300.00 in the cox'an's box. mission of perjury. The mayor was levied upon them, con-
in all the states
ments. fiscation took place
Pensacola, Fla., Now '\ith their superior boat and on the point of sendirg Graham to The land so confiscated was largely L
:23! n I
when His Honor Fare cents. i
criminal court 'f
April 9. 1903. crew why do they refuse the offer I given to the negroes. In short there :

,= a News when there is so much of the Alabam was informed that the untruthful ne NAOMI REBECCA LODGE, No. 10, was a reign of terror in the South, "GbAKI &}!.1 ,

.- gro was the only support of a large' I. O. O. F. HA:t. and the miscreants were supported in r HiLf ias
p a's in sight? Again they i
me to call your easy money town and village by United:

,r'icle! in your paper said nothing. So on March: the =2nd: family. This was the only thing that Stats every troops many of whom were negroes r

written)' one sIgn. while lying here I challenged again, saved him from a term in the penitentiary One Battle of Boroitt's Vanilla Extract ii themselves and lent willingaid G i- i i

"" better than three of the doubtful in humiliating, robbing and In v < *
.1' results., Now does it
; ,.prentice.] in whichMassachusetts with the same i
few cents suiting their former masters. The H,
kind. Though costing a
1 race look as if we are in the habit of taking of cities towns I&r
local governments il
.. at Trinidad between water? Cheese.; Cheese, Che(' e,-Edam, more per bottle, its parity and great and counties were as corrupt under POWDERAbsolutely z s
strength make it the most economical {
bad she Swiss Neuf Chatel, Sap Sago Creamor rule as the state governments. r
and Alabama, but i If she wants: a race very negro > aTHEREIsNoSUBmTUT

;. : .\ : ':>cision as the race' knows where our boys are. We are Limburger at Jacoby's, South Pala- braid. where.Plunder and barbarism were every :Pure K ;;

i ""> He also states tired of challenging. fox street Contrariness. f ;J
Hudghs has a new label for the 1i .1.
'V better boat and Yours respectfully COXS'YAIX.Iabama's Nor has the negro improved from

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Elias Ham, The Goosebone Weather EXCITEMENT' iii" !IIFI i-E EN_ : ; GOLD,DUST. -

Prophet of Reading P.a. SUBSIDES BOARD STEAMER
/ the GOLD OUST twins do your wo/*. ,

Says He Owes His Ripe Old Age 'and dear Brain to HUSBAND AND BROTHER OF MRS. .
Duffy's 'Pure Malt Whiskey. MATTHEWS ARRIVE-THE COR

Buffalo, April 13-Four non-union i

firemen, who were forcibly taken from
\ Shreveport, April -Shreveport -
1 is again tranquil. Not the slightest the steamer William S. Mack, which lil
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indication of last night's excitement arrived from Chicago late last night, 1

lingers. The burning of the were returned to the boat by the police ,

body of the negro Ed. Porter, was
today. Frank Blair, a fireman, \j y
'bout as ordinary and systematic a _
who reported missing, was found
proceeding as it is possible to imag- _
ine. There was no excitement whatever today in tae coal bunkers of the ves

observable at the scene of the sel. No arrests have been made.

burning. The body was placed on a The Mack had just passed the break-
number ot burning tar barrels and
water, when union men in small boats
slowly incinerated. The fire was fed
were beside her. They climed the fen-
until the negro had been reduced to

ashes A few ghoulish people took ders before the boat got in the Buffalo
rf ? 3 +u away ghastly souvenirs of the occa river and demanded that the nonunionmen

sion, but as a general thing there was, be
turned over to them. Before
i no attempt to carry off mementos of I As a cleaner, soap doesn't begin to compare with
the Mack had been tied about: forty
the cremation. I
union firemen, the captain ,
says GOLD
The killing of the negro. Porter, DUST
is hailed here as a great blessing,,as swarmed over the rails of his boat and

it undoubteuly prevented a clash seized the firemen, and carried them GOLD DUST does more work, better work ndcoes

among the races. The killing of Mrs. off. found later the it
( were at I cheaper. It saves backs as well as pocketbooks
t. latthews and the wounding of her I
l < ( ti4lr headquarters of the union and on the Made
t i r+, iNl 'l.A 1f'y daughter constituted so heinous a only by THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY
demand of Captain Rollin;head were Chicago New York Boston St Louis.-Makers of OVAL FAIRY! SOi?
crime, coupled as it was with a bestial -
(j1l attack, that the fury of the pop" released. One of the mtn had been

lace knew no bounds. If Porter had ill trea'ed.

not been slain it Is impossible to
tell what excesses might have been

committed. As it is, there is not A Shrewd Investor :' : 1 B.
I i\\
I even the faintest glimmer of excitement \ \\\n-I h1ii,. ,

today. will be glad to know how the i't'I' II '
The husband of Mrs. Matthews arrived -I \ L ; MANUFACTURERSAMLDEALEPS ;is
j accumulation of -- ;.;
+nff4 ( ; here today from Anniston, Ala., greatest trust ;

I MR. El.m ITARTZ. I having been summoned by the daughter funds in the world is invested t TM! ,.'"........ LUMBER, LATHS

Mr. Ellas Ilartz, wKUly! Lnow m Ij-scilup-, I a., ai;bet, says: "I I of the deceased. A brother of Mrs. A who is j. ,.," .. .
young man just {\lq (ltl" '''''''
16anLintaUngDuTy'sl'ureMalt* WiiL-key rnnua', a.i my o ily niraulant I Matthews also got in from Paducah, LL.Lj a SAW Eu cYP u .auulhh>:l'9--CL,'lilltL
i and toiae 1 am now i years old hale,Learty, as vigorous es a Dion of forty! and accumulate and .. :
Junre every reason to believe I w ill live to a touch riper old axe if I can always have a Ky. The funeral of the lamented victim beginning to
supPly of Duffy's I'ore Malt W'hi.key,which! Li riy paly Wtt'.icijc.. I'ici er base cuIJsor PENSACOLA. FLA
will take place here today. invest his will be
indigestion, or any onriniotroi.bla. I Lrmr iliat it is yoi.f valuat viH 'hey that Las I savings -- -- ,
. kept we so free from sick ies I was tronbk tt s th 1ncu.aia before f asfd :t but now I :Mrs.. Matthews was a lady of such
$;.' restfully 1 c'.o not f. I weaknc's o6l interested in a booklet that
., ran sleep as as a baby eny from riy, ant Ito lovable character and such an indefatigable -
Letrttly reccmmcnd Dt y's I'tre 2a t Ti tisLey w auvuaa' ho wirLtt keep strong,
describes the investments
I young and vigorous." worker in Christian circles of COAL AND wr.ODIWE

that her death is sincere
P3 grief over 'The Mutual Life Insurance

: DUFFY'S FUKE f.J1Al WmSUEV_ and profound. Company of New York. This EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH LARGER TRADF
Little Aline Matthews is still alive,
i.anabsolitily pnrs, P'1te and invigoretirjr stImulant art tome, LiuIJj up the servo but her life hangs by a thread which I information is found in THIS WINTER THAN EVEK rEF RESEND
tissues,tons up the l'4 art, gh"5IH.wcr to the brain,strength: an 'r : rii-hnt-ss to the Ll,.rd. It Lungs! into anmn all the vital ft ors; it nukes digestion may be snapped any moment. The I "A Banker'sVill.." Sent free US YOUR ORDERS NCW
'J ; perfect, Mnl 1'aa1.h'S! you to ft irou the toed you ftt the nvHirishni it l'"ltli u child, whose beauty was so striking as :
It is invaluuUu fur overworked! men, tU'ucato vorwn a:!"I Fii-Uy cLiluivn.tnd J t strengthens on application.This .
rs' ims-taias tin brain, li a promoter ct good icalta Iud longevity; ,makes tLo old young to be remarkable, will be disfiguredfor Thompson, Olsen & C ,]
and k''II11S i th'! youiis s'rnrg! life, should she recover, and her Company tonic ",
ti \ l>uU'sl'ureli.'t\t'hii"Vcnra3cor:7hsP"'Jscn <;uT'ip'i"13-i gin, lirowhltK First-lit ,
/ monia.IlIlIIIUi-t"Il'II'Sf.ftbttlr''IIta"ll! lunjs. U c/nuir.d no f J* Toil ail is the pncnia onlywhbLry mind may be affected. There is hard Amount Paid Policy holders. Manresa Street, Tele f hone 147.
:-,;.t rcco;uucil Ly the goY.: nMLTt to a Uiislkme. Xlij la a guarantee. ly any hope of her recovery, how- first-la Age. -- ,
7,000 doctors j>rcscribe and 2O.X;; hospitals u:>a Dul:y's Pure Halt Vi'Li Jey =-cIu.ivdr. ex cr. TIlEIUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE I = =
; CAUTION icu a.'k, fur rum )!altI.i.. lo I
I you DuJy's > sure you pet the
gt'II1Uilltl. Un!.crujiulotis dcaltn, mindful of the trcplicnce! of tins preparation, will try Late this afternoon: little Aline i COMPANY NEW YORK, ESTABLISHED I8f13.
lowll you cheap uintatiuiis owl NK-nlkJ Malt l.Uey! bu'titutcsl1.' .;h ore put on Matthews recovered consciousness -----
, t the market for profit only, and which, far from relieving the hick,are p>>itively Larm- I XJCHABD A. McCUBDT, President
tuL iVmand IJulTy's," and toe sure yna pet it. It is the only alisolutely pure jiialthiskey sufficiently to recognize those about McKENZIE OEETING & CO.OSALXK8
J! which contains, health-giving quaLtie LouLfor the trade-mark, her, but was unable to make any ctCH, .,
"The Old Chemist on the fah-I. I WILLC0dtanafmr o IK-!
.f The genuine Duffy's Pure Malt Wliiskey iSl Roll by all druggists: and grocers, or direct statement. In fact, the physicians Jacksonville, Fla. 0
t tt fl."'a bottle. Write for foe radical bool..llt'flutaiuiul): symptoms and treatment cf refused to permit her to be questioned. | S. L PORTER Special AgL
salt disease and convincing b:.tiiuuniala to the Duffy Malt U'kLAey Co., Itoc hosier,N.Y. There is practically no hope! Pensacola, Fla. I Ship Chandlery and General ardar .

--- -----,- for the little girl. j
'; 003 AND 805 :S.! PALAr'OX STREET
; Loafs ''. Throne. Color. The coroner's jury that held the ..
1 BUY THEN -- VGrBT JO'K-> --
,1 An Interesting rrlie has born found (Cltlman So you've go; a servant inquest on the body of Mrs. Matthews -I .' VERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEm.I t1'S l rUtco..
a lot of old lumber at the 1'ahiH girl at last?
II; held a session this afternoon, GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUFSELARON'SPCNI'! !<
, ." Bourbon. It is the throne which Louis -Yes.CItlninn '
+ Philippe was wont to occupy when he -White or black and while its members are confident I IGK E hrul tftasa !a;;!JI wll,. luUca! I lastrectcts, CUrst! hetm. ih'i'

Y : :went there to open the sessions: of parliament Subbubs-Green, very green.Phila.delpbia that the police killed the right negro, OHP.\r$, :9. LOOS, MU
: It was thought that the I'Tess. in order to make assurances doubly
i C. MaKenzie Oertimt Collecting A ent for Bar Pilots' P.eneYDleiit A"'
J'f; throne had disappeared, like that of sure they decided to request a grand i SEWING MACHINEDo ciation.
M tt>> Tnlleries, after the outbreak of the Golden Horrent. jury investigation into the case. |

fee cIthon In 1S4S, but it has turned The Dnipclst-Did: old Eullyon's case It has been decided not to bury not be decrlvcill'V those who nd.
". 1f up certainly not the worse for wear, yield to your treatment? Mrs. Matthews in this city. Her body verti-e a ?60.CO Sewing Machine for
u It has never been used since that The 1'hysidan-It did. I treated him I $:.0N). Thiskind of a machine can THE GARDEN SECTIONOOFo
i date and only requires a little dusting. for six months, and his h irs paid me will be taken to Somerset, Ky., her I be taught from us or any of our
i if $1.500.-CleveIaud! PlaIn I>eaer. former home, tomorrow morning by ii I Ia dealers froU1$1. .OO to S.oo.
i! brother, It. C. Hicks, of Birmingham WE MAKE A VARIETY.

'i'j' Ala., who came here tonightfor THE NEW HOME IS THE BEST. Pensacola
Fl orida
: tn.ucu..UUCUCCCucuuuunUCCUCCCCCC :' ,
.1 V that purpose. The Feed determines the strength or
$ r'
\ \veukncx of :e\\inijr JIarhiiMS. The
Near East Hill Electric Railway
A Thoughtful Man. Double }'('('d ('olllliw.l with otliet Terminus.
; v strong iK,5nt3ni ik<-s the \.'\v Ifoiiic
i THIS SPACE :M. M. Austin Winchester, Ind., the best Sewing Machine to buy Beautiful Lots for Sale.

1'. knew what to do in the hour of need.\ showing the dlf'f

. -i I v His wife had such an unusual case of| Write e r (r CIRCULARS Ktwina<;rent slvlis Maehlnr' of:s 40x137 feet at from $75 to $200 each, acccr
stomach and liver trouble, we uiunuravtureauJ before
; physicians prices pureh.umgTHE
ing to location and surroundings.
could not help her. Ho thought of! -
...WILL BE... 1
. and tried Dr. King's New Life Pills Exceptionally Good Neighborhood J"itw,
' '
: V OB4NOE. MASS. Beautiful
1 and she got relief at once and was I M Union Sq.:X.V.,Clil': ?o,I IL,Atlanta,GI\., High, Dry Fertile Lands.
; v finally cured. Only tic atV.. bt.LouisMo),Uir.asTcx.Sin: Fr.mei'cu,Cal

i A OCCUPIED A afox D'Alemherte's street. drug store, 1-1 S. A'j FOR SALT. DY The grandest opportunity for investment ETA'cffered

: II I in Pensacola.

i 4":" *& ...BY AN... :., PEARL & DO LIVE. I I Speakingof Borne Seekers Should See These Lots.

; ; s Call on tbem at the corner of Oar-

den and Alciniz streets for carpen1terjand I A V.ClubbSCOrnp.7

ffi[ Announcement : electrical workor phone 66'. Pens. a
I Garden and Bru Streets.
The street cars stopping in front otI

; I Jacoby's make it convenient for the
V A Ten is a mighty little thing,
1 ladies. They will find what they want II
.rf' ...OF... ., without goius further. some folks ouU say-"hardly P.O. BRENT, WM. H KNOWLEH.: W. K. HTEE. JR., J, B. REEHl
1I worth talking about." PresideDVleo'PrellddDt. CUhler. Alit UI iS'r:

I J. The largest, the best and newsiest. Yet for a person that does
I The News, 10 cents per week.
BRAWNER'S writing-much or little-the First :National Ban
' : I Pen is most Important.
i vv Good Cypress Shingles, $1.25 per

"r I thousand. BEEKMAN LUMBER CO. Every good kind is to he found

** NEW oI eF : here. The delicate, finely OF PENSACOLA.

V PROFESSIONAL CARDS. pointed Pen for Ladies' correspondence .
the long! easy style WM. H, KNOWLE3. W. A. BLOUNT, F. C. BREN1. ff K. HYp ,r
F W. C. ROWE, M. D. for general use, the broad stub
I I Store i Office: 17X S. r.:afn.Hoars for people in a hurry. ,

Depadment from to 1110 a. m.sad 1 to (p..n There i* a right Pen for every id Ij!
and after o'clock use and every hand-let ua riiig n : istis! Zzi D B 2gt i''

3Plaono GO. suit you with it.

: YY .,We draw oar own Bills of Exchange on Great Britain /rs!&:

** OPENING $ JOHN S. BEARD, Germany, France, Aaatrla, Italy Holland, Spain, Belgium Kaf: li, -
r way, Sweden, Denmark and other European conntrles
v I J. M. COE'S

v I ATTOR.'EY.AT-LAW. Vesaeis! Dhbarsed upon tb, Mos: Fatfirafcla Term, ai a tit'
i Office?-30!> Thiesea Bu.ldInf 0illRtioM Taken Payable at Port of n83tiratloa Tea or FIi91'' rE
i SATURDAY, APRlk 11. i iA I Office Uoar s-5:30) a. m. to 1 p. m BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER, after Vneral Arrne there.Deposit.

ry 2:30.: m. ti) 5:30 p. m. 203 Scnth Palafox Street, ant3t7 Boxes! for Rent in CODnrtta

v Practice In All itate and federal eoartt with which wo b .re A P"f3 pert>nart for t'U n
Ei..Ek3atltlay.Ith>t.l.>1:))))ty))).:'?ik)t)))..lilt)1)a tt>)itS>.>F37J All bUlluNI cntrostd to IDA ,ui ree lT> PEX9ACOLA Fla. of Rct
prompt and diligont attenUoa. re.


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Maritime.VESSELS 3

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Steamships.Asuncion r"'r rr -1 .

SUNNY de Larrinaga Cr ss, 2693, K \

Cramer: Portland to Gulf Transit Co. m

Cairucrag, Br ss, 1951. Gibson, Vera I

F JIMi:' ,1 Cruz to Sutherland-Innis Co. I I 11

Durango, Span ss, Quintana, 2297: ,
hew Haven to Sutherland-Innes Co
Dorothy, Am ea, 1623, McDonald 1 i
is coming next week i. :.- to U. S. Navy h k Ott r

.i Dorotea, Aust ss 1781, Scopinich,
Charleston to W. S. Keyser & Co. t I % 1L:1
in He will call ki
person. Jrii', Ester, :swed ss, 1CS5 Horndahl Gulf. a 4 I :
.. J ,
port to H. Baars & Co i A i 1
house and Earlwood, Br ES, 1480, Brown, Havana I't/lUi'
at your present ;
to Sutherland-Innis Co.Franclsca Jig'tF

Span ss, EchevarrIa,

you with a large package of f s 1508, Biloxi, to Gulf Transit Co.

O Greenwich, Br ss, 1S63, Cobb, Belize -=; -T ... : :: fHI
to C. C. Mengel Co. :
e0 00
0 00 Katendrecht, Dutch ss, Teensina,
/ e Vera Cruz to W. S. Keyser & Co.

T 10 Inchkeith, Br ss 2419, Major, Boston ;
O RCE"Give pico, to Gulf Transit Co. s "SHE WAS BRED IN OLD KENTUCKY t t s sI

Lebanon, U. S. collier, 1137: to Navy 1'kt kt


Marylands, Br ss, 1616, Breedie, CiuocH-The DisTiller-Owensboro.KentuchY, ,

Portsmouth to Keyser & Co .

it a fair trial, and Teviotclale, Br ss 2333; Crooks, Tarn- I l Y n } 1:1: :
pico, to Gulf Transit Co. .

will learn he 'SVilhemina, Br ss, 16S2, Bone, Tarn- ., .tjt:I 1' ;; ;: '; t
you why to Rix M. Robinson. NEGRO ASSAULTEDA !k 'i. : h" % ,
pico ; .. .. ..
Zanzibar, Br ss, 1919: Robinson, SCHOOL CHILD J J. I.! UN L I, "- lvl 1t. 1 ...... r,

became Sunny Jim New Haven to Keyser & Co Josephine Edmund colored, was a I 11:1: \ : 'j

Carana, Ital shlp.Cosla Ships. HSS, Cape i defendant in tae city court today on Contractor and BuiMer. iM' fr'''' ; : ;

Town to H. Baars & Co. !a charge of assault. She was given :CO: : .
days in the city jail. This woman yesterday '
Errol Nor ship, 13C4, Walters, Lou j }.. 't .
afternoon deliberately shoveda ; t J i .
renco Marquez, to oruer. )I. '
small white girl from the sidewalk ESTIMATES FURNISHED AT il'a, .r: I' :
Am ship Kennebeck, 1936, Lane, "p I Ii
Boston to John A. Merritt & Co. and when the child protested the ne- i SHORT NOTICE. jc jl jt : ;: !t u'} Jj fn. ;i : :.
I I I ..
gro ran to and shook her violently. '
Indus, Ital ship, Oneta, 1111, Marseilles .I. First-Class I Work Guaranteed and 4 JO// r
----- to Rososco Bros. \ References Furnished. .y Ji ; I'.; r
--- i
-- -
:STAR CONTRACTOR AND E. W. PEAKE, Saga, Nor ship, Hana, 1224- Monte A LESSON IN HEALTH 414 EAST IXTENDEXCIA ST 1 ? debts+l i; ;
Healthy kidneys filter the impurl I'
:f'l [ '>: .
Barks. ties from the blood, and unless they __ \ _1- I

BLOGTON DISTRICT Macon, Miss., April 13.-Holland call No. 80 bell South, wire Palafox and all street kinds, keeps of Aviemore, Nor Ik, Hansen! 1043, do this good health is Impossible. 1' J
Smith the star mail route contractorfrom electrical supplies. Have him do Rio Janeiro to order Foley's Kidney Cure makes sound HARD:: : :
work. Call phone 203. kidneys and will positively cure all [ p lU
Macon to Warsaw, Ala., togeta- your Ital bk Aniellina, 803, Maniace, Marseilles .
forms of kidney and bladder disease.It .
FATALITIES REPORTED, BUT cr with his entire family were arrested to H. Baars & Co. I l
W Jacoby keeps the fullest lines of strengthens the whole system. W.
and placed in jail here yesterday Enrichetta Accame, Ital bk 995: ,
pickles, chowchows, olives; put up in A. D'Alemberte, 121 South Palafoxstreet.
PROPERTY' LOSS IN THE THOUS on a charge of robbing the United Tassino, Genoa to S. S. L. Co ,
attractive bottlt-s in the city. \ J' 't. '
the most BRICK ,
?\DS.-A YOUNG WOMAN'S ES States mails.: The mails coming to Birma, Nor Ik, 933::: Hansen, East I'; .111, '1- [ ",' .t
this! point have been systematically London to order. ( > \"
(;;PE. rubbed for several months. Saturday Carlo P, Ital bk, Bore, 1673, Montevideo A Tuck of Ireland In Spain. +
broken rackascs; were found nearSmiths Meal. Alittle damaged to order When I was at Malaga the light- I'\
200 sacks Corn -
house out of order, and some '
was r ,
house and owing to the fact -good for cows or hogs. Gregoria, Ital Ik, Olivari, 847, Ten- Americans had complained officiallythat :f : ?

\la., April 13.: -Between 5 that his son carried the mail suspicion A9-tf! TIlE LEWIS BEAR CO eriff to order their shipping interests were being ALIVAYS ON HAND t .4 ;j

,1thi" morning Bloctonwore was directed to him and a searchwas Minerva, Ital bk, 993, Chiesa, Cape damaged. No answer was receivedfor 1 t ;
visited by a cyclone made of his premises and several Town Pensacola Lumber Co two years. Then It was declared I >,6J i

at damage to property. hundred dollars worth of goods were Crew Notices. Mary A. Troop, Br bk, 1118, Walley, that It was the fault of the earthquake .. .HALF. ..
"own, the Baptist church found. A preliminary hearing will be Santos to order. which had taken place many years pre f .
viously. Finally the light was put outaltogether il'f J"
and other had tomorrow. !
demolished !
Prospero Repetto, Ital ship, 1181, because It interfered with TO- r" 1 t "1

as follows: Schiappacape, Genoa to order. the fireworks. When a pair of boots 1 'if '
of Mrs. I. B. Royly POSTPONEMENT OF MEETING --- -- Prosperino, Ital bk, 904, Dodero, !'1 f. : :
=NOTICE Neither the captain, Own Lad ordered did not fit and I complained ] ONE MILLION : n ;
>' swept away and COUNTRY CLUB. Marseilles to H. Baars & Co. to the maker he arrived indig.1
ers nor Consignees of the Br. ss Ursula $, !
and other goods it Queen of Scots, Nor bk, 1373, Sorensen nantly to protest "They fit here; ; .
Bright will be responsible for tender toe, "and they 'Ii:fi 41 1: : .1 !
i ally damaged. The gcnetal meeting called for tonight East London to S. P. Sbotter said, prodding my ,3Yi ,
debts contracted by the crew of said "You cannot
fit there another prod.
h nt Mrs. Roycroft'saway nas oeen postponed to Thursday : Get Our Prices BeforePurchasing ,
vessel. COO DE. Captain. Co.Rolf expect them to fit everywhere all at ; 1.
", and carried a evening (ICth), at 5 o'clock. Nor bk Torgensen, 1170, Cetteto '1 :i'
\\". S. Keyser & Co., Consignees. once.lacklI'O'I Magazine.For :1
', where it will leave Pensacolaat
;J': to > 'US, Special dummy 10m4t Master : ,1

I 1. n of Judge A. II. Gtn.I 5 o'clock sharp. Thomas, Ital bk, Lauro, 809, Naplesto Over Sixty Year 'i.r'J!" I J" '' .l .
The kitchen was ;
master MRS WISSLOW'S BOOTH INS SYRUP hal \h '; r CR 1. .,!
i ''IT* by the awful $50 REWARD.The Schooners. ..'
LODGE DIRECTORYKNIGHTS been used for over nit;yean by millions ,
furniture was broi.'er Dona Christina, Am sch, 165, Axel. mothers for their children while teething 4Yt ; 4

street Railway Company will i son, Coatzacoalcos to order. with perfect success It soothes the child Capacity 50,000 Dally, J : ; ; a d .

of the judge, pay a Reward of Fifty ($50)) for evi OF PYTHIAS. Mabel Darling, Br sch Sweeting, softens the gams.allayi all pain cores wind i
colic,and Is the best remedy for IMarrhoea- fe1V.1 i tti
i.i.i than one dence that will lead to the arrest and master 0;
more Pennacola Lodge. No. 3, K. of P., Dunmore Town to It will relieve the poor little sufferer 1m. '
1 ,-; destroyed and conviction of the party who threw a meets every Monday evenIng Governor Blake, Br sch -, Grand mediately. Bold by Druggists in every part :'itM'fJ'i

in the nick: of rock and struck Motorman Peters. at 7:30 at Castle < alll i I Cayman, to Jno. A. Merritt & Co of the world. Twenty-flve cents a bottleBe Milton Brick G& !,; : :: :
In the Bloant-- Watson
PENSACOLA TERMINAL CO. \ sch :331; Bare you ask for"Mrs.Wlnslow'i Booth ) )I 1 .' t. it" .
bnlMlng.third floor I Gardiner B. Reynolds, Am li ;r' r ,
ngByrnp and take no other kind. "
brethren cordially
Visiting welcomed Anderson, LaGuayra to order. Pine Barren, ;rrFla[ 1 t '. J >J'"tt
; '."SQLE BALLAT See Hudgins new style of label. J. A.LYI.K:, Richard A. Bingham, CO, Merritt,' }II 'i! ;.f' ; o
K. R.h 8. Belize to C. C. Mengel & Bros .it 1 1IllInllnl
C. A. HALLsq'te :
K. OF ;
'In Kscambia County Circuit Court, \JUUU\.AJUtJU "I't'i ; 1' 11 ; .
.+ ball at the ,I State of Florida-In Chancery Painui Lodge: No 13 For liver troubles and constipation SOUTHERN[ EXNESSCO.[ ij.To .1
There's nothing better in creation Ii
Wednesday night. Delia locker meets every Tuesday evening nt 7:#>, at'
I II vs. Cantle hall corn. r Pulafox and Garden Than Little Early Risers, the famous _
.v.i: t commence atSFF'NG treets. Visiting Knlgitscordallyinvited.
i Samuel C. Hooker. J.ALB LILT JOR NSON, little pills. O!.._ iI

On Monday the 4th day of May, A. DAN nPRr.t K.o( K.& S. c. C. Little Early Risers are different NICK'S t'' '; I ,11{ ",

D. 1903. the defendant Samuel C. from all other pills. They do not .f."' ,,' t'' !, 1

FEVERS. Hooker is required! to appear to the weaken the system, but act as a tonicto r ; ',( ) ,
llathbone Lodge, No. 3D. K. of P
bill filed against him herein. :;
winter: months the the tissues by arousing the secretions }
This order to be published once 1.O1KJE XI) 10, Knights of
nap and vigor, but each week for eight: consecutive RATIUIOXE '" every Thursday even- and restoring the liver to the
atT.JOo'clock.Intheir OiiMle Hall,on :+.
weather produces a weeks in the Daily News, a newspaper third floor. Blount-Watnon bonding,Bouth- full performance of its functions na Q/
published in said Escambia County.A. we.teornarofPalatoxend Girdcu street. John all parts of the country. i j f 1 !j
reaction sets ,
"> y-a turally. Hargis' Pharmacy e + .
M. MCMILLAClerk \, VUitlng knights are cordUIly welcomed. :1 .t. } ;
wets and kidneysand It. ALLMON: 1 ..t t
of Circuit Court. Sheppard, Sidney Kahn. nt--
C. J. LEV iv, C.: C. : "
allow an ac- By B. H. BURTON D C. K. of it. sad S. I 1' 1;, f',.... i.
waste mater. The Pensacoia Fla., March 14, 1903. Malta-Vita. Shredded Wheat Biscuits The Southern Express Company I'rl j J f 0I .1,

weak and digestion M14, oaw Sw. i/o. o. F. and Force with Cream at Sol- receives and forwards freight, DAILY MENUS ;J ;; '/ I" '
oman's.Jfudam's. and valuables of all descrip- t ,
------- --- "-- -- money, I '; :\ '

':.\ will tone up the .o=GOLAY-o. Pensacola Lodge No. 4 I tions to j'll parts of the country, Comprise all the Up-to- ; :.f#' : ,, f. '

remove the accu- meet every Thursday evening at 7:30 at U the Best for $c.oo with connections for Canada, Mexico Date Dishes the Mar- 11' j' L ii, 3
Grist and Corn ffleal l)< \ ,
-', matter and you VIsiting brethren cordially Invltad. Havana,Cuba, European points, kets of the World, '1

!.! cheerful. Sold by JOHABSOS, N. Q. SEND YOUR ORDERSto Aft o.d. "f '.t;.i' .I t'
I. F. GOHZflLEZ A CO) Prep $, G. T.BTISSON! Secretary. etc.The IIh': -i-, _. f
Southern Express Company 4t +!
Mannfaotcrers Pearl & Dollve for carpenter or -

CHOICE!U< .\L AND PURE GROCHi' electrical work. Repair work aipecialty. operates on 30,000 miles of first- f t i 4 4

Ste H\' .'''5' new label. STOCK FEED. class routes, and in connection with Ladies' Private "

Patronlie Home Industry, for there ii HARPER1WHISKY the Adams Express Company, on 1 i
fe aili
: P s and Chocolate Candies every reason yon should buy your Meal an Beer with Dining Parlor..". = ry
The ,
11 Stock' feed from the Home Manufacturer through way-bills throughcars
at thirty cents are carem tor by*o doing you encourage borne Indoi
try. Your money U left In the oommnnU; and through messengers, per-
t' neat and attractive and you In turn are Indirectly benefited forms unified service constitutingthe
Made a !
re eq'jal' to most candies In fostering the home manufacturer 701 + s
30ntrlbute to She ceuceof labor You ow' te largest system of the kind in Regular Dinner Daily, I I
is theoommnnlty In which you lire aui
per pound charged. It to r+ t
which oontrlbotei to roar inoport. the world. t 7iI

AIIB l S! n r FAMOUS U Money Orders are sold at all Short Orden Promptly t- .t t -. ,i',

D. HALE WILSON, agencies of the Southern Express Filled. Night or Day i'

-ISVICTORIA- Company at reasonable hours. Re-

Real : ceipt is given and money is refunded -
Estate 11-lt'aSomethingGoodtoEat t' "
and Rental ;
Agent: if order is lost. you wish,you'll find it at j # p

CO This is the cheapest way to send
la>* South Palafox Street, MADE BY ACME Nick Apostle's
e small remittances by mail or other-
[Popular Restauranl
;b ,

BROS. Agent, Pensacola, Fla. .

WICKE & CO. PURE'& MELLOW Branch Offices: mmm *
J. B. Roberts, Depot Store. !

Plumber, Gas and Steam fitter! RICH & DELICATE I I. f Harper totcy. Gadsden.J.Jas. Hansen. Cor. Alcanlz and CARPENTRY AND 'I:' '

plain House-401 B. Palafox street E. Williams, Cor. DeVilllera and ELECTRICAL WORK

No. i South Palafox Street. For Bale byDannhefsser R.R. Exchange-Opp. Union Depot. Jackson.Sol IF. .' #t

\11 K 3 Pensacola Fla. Cahn Cor Palafox and Intel Bins up Pearl & Dolire, phone 660. ,, .r '
Oi: Plumbing and Gas yittnga Materials Kept on Han Bros. P. G. Box 281. If you have any carpenter or electrical

T&LGPHOMB 135 FKH8AOOLA., Phones 116-368. dencla. work you want well done.

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would have been elected president (!X!, 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Oldest LargestlAgency; jn
The fact is that Mr. Bryan is not on

the side of the people and never was. I II I THE lAND OF FLOWERS. ; & :West Florida.

He is on his own side and proclaims \\.l! : . . ...W. . |iIST ABLisli1:111SG1a1now1es : ;
political theories which he thinks

Entered at the Post Office at Pen-- should be endorsed by the people, es- M. A.' Chambers, writing from the

; 11eo1IL Fla.. seoo dctassmatter.. pecially when he takes so much trouble Pensacola navy yard, under date of : -J I Bros

to explain to them how much to March 21, sends the following letterto
OFFICE: -Pitts Building 211% '
their benefit those theories would be the Frostburg (Md.Mining) Jour : ,
fbntb Palafox street, np-stairs. I1
if put in practice. He poses before nal: rw

the people as there political savior: "Perhaps a letter from Pensacola
but the people refuse to believe in would be of interest to your readers .
Invariably in Advance. him and be saved. especially at this time, when so muchis .
being said and written about the : AND
pre Year by mail... .. .n.5 00 )
great facilities of our harbor as
lis Months .. ... .. .... .. 2 50 The new city directory publishedby :
doe week by carrier, payable Monday the Wiggins Publishing Companyof shown by accommodating the whole REAL EST A T

....... ..... .... .. ..... 10 Columbus. Ohio is on hand and North Atlantic Squadron 14 vesselsin ,

copies are being delivered to sub- aU, including battleships, rang 1; 309 South I'alafosa5treet.::

.Advertising Rates Furnished on Ap scribers in the city. It is a book of ing from 10,000 to 16,000 tons, and
Throw away your gray hair You can do it
plication. 390! pages well printed and bound, this without in the least causing any Phone 22. PESAOL.\!

and is, in our opinion, the best production inconvenience to regular shipping, with Ayer's Hair Vigor. Have long, heavy hair .

TELEPHONE NO 118. of its kind we have ever had of which there is always a large number -
with all the deep, rich color of early life. Get
in Pensacola. It contains a completeCity of vessels present. But the

Guide giving the names of the \Vhite Squadron is our pride and our rid of your gray hair and retain your youth.Ayer'g GENERAL ACKNTs

<\ WI.!; ( ) officials in the several departmentsof glory just now.

the city government; the name and "We have here the successor of the The Equitable

location of schools churches, societies old and famous Kearsarge lying in Hair Vigoris

P2IBAOOLA.-APEIL J4, 1903 etc. ;also the state and county peaceful repose alongside the name-

... officers. Besides there is a street di- sake of her old enemy the Alabama. Life Assurance SocietyOf
--' a hair food. It feeds nourishes makes the
FORECAST FOR TO-DAY. rectory, miscellaneous information, "The little Isla de Luzon, the res- ;

population of the principal cities of ururrected witness of Dewey's doingsat hair thrive, grow, thicken, look soft and glossy; the United States

:. :. the world, and of all the cities of Manila lies almost in the embraceof I1KNUY B. y YDK, Founder
.. checks falling and cures dandruff. 'ioYeupntf. .,
.. .';. the United States of over 3,(00 pop- the big Massachusettts, whose '
"Strongest in the
., '" ". ulation and other features too numerous part in giving Dewey undying fame "Ayer's Hair Vigor restored the natural color to my gray hair, and stopped

r:0' to mention. It is an up-to-date and to L'ncle Sam a new hemisphere, it from falling when it was very bad."-Betsey A. Elder, E. Machias, Me.
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> : city directory in every resp<>ct. has alredy been written and is well _. .
----- -- --- ---- ---- -- ONERI.Ice
''J '\J : known. .
'J volving light that guides the navigatorto ,
.. \ THREE ADMIRALS AND "The Illinois rides majestically In 'FILLED
/L < and through the 'straight and narrow \WITH -"
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:.. ...:/) .. 1' FOUR FLAGSHIPS.The front of our city with her sister, the way' that leads to the choice

,;;ov.... V.,.. loTa, and shares the will merited things beyond. Cream Parlors
arrival of the Olympia this "But a visit to Pensacola is not ,
( ( plaudits of the numerous: admirers of
considered complete unless a day or : SKELETONS
what has
morning places at Pensacola both. 15 S. I'al.ifox Shew6
two are spent on the bosom of Pensa
probably been known at no other "The Indiana, a twin sister of the cola liar and a run out to the Snap-

M e Southern port. It places heie four Massachusetts, is conspicuous as having per Banks with line and hook where! NEWLY

flagships and three rear-admirals, the suffered the only loss of life (one sport awaits all who delight in angling FLAGSHIP OF THE SPANISH ADMIRAL REFITTED AND
The for those beautiful specimens of FURNISHED.
naval officers.
highest ranking man) in the unparalleled victory at the finny denizens of old Gulf's salubrious RAISED AND EXPLORED,
() flagships are the Kearsarge, of North All Kinds of Creams, Ices, Gaes
Santiago, and last, but by no means waters. AND EIGHTY BODIES WERE

P- Atlantic Squadron, the Illinois, of the least in importance is the Texas, "1 hen a stroll along Santa Rosa FOUND. Fruits and Cakes.

European Squadron, the Iowa of the beach must not be omitted, for many
none the worse for having been entangled
South Atlantic Squadron, and the rare and fine shells may there be FOR LADIES
in that famous loop of your still the shore
) picked notwithstanding
Olympia, of the Carribean squadron.The OR PARTI S.Malllaird's .
own beloved Schley; had been gleaned of these curios by Manila, April 13.-The warship Rei-
high ranking officers are Eear-Admirals Geronimo and his Apache fellow Candies a Specialty.
FAIR. "There are others, and still plenty na Christina, flagship of Admiral Mon-
I Francis J. Higginson, Win. C. captives confined in Fort Pickens 18 PHCNZ: 6C2.
of room for as many more as wish tejo, which was sunk by Admiral Dew
Forecast for Pensacola and Vicinity: Wise, of the Pensacola navy yard andJ. years ago.
to come, native and foreign-provided "The ife saving station will inter- ey in Manilla bay was floated and .
Fair, colder to-night; Wednesday fair; B. Coghlan of the Olympia. -
the latter are on peace intent and est the visitor. It is located on beeched yesterday. The skeletons of

fresh north winds. willing to exchange their coin for our Santa Rosa island and in such a way about SO of her crew were found in E. ST. CLAIR THOMAS,
that assistance may be rendered imperiled
By the way, has the sidewalk ordinance THIS AFTERNOON.The unhampered accommodations, our seamen either on the Gulf or the hulk. EXPERT CHIROPODIST.

been repealed? courtesy and the bewitching smilesof in the bay. I am sure Captain Broad- One skeleton evidently was that of

training ship Hartford took on our young ladies. bent: will be pleased to give an exhi- an officer for it had a sword by its CORNS, BUNIONS AND I INGROW

"Since the arrival of the squadron bition of the hazardous work he and side ING NAILS SUCCESSFULLY
a coal at the navy yard yesterday intending
fit They are wondering down ih De- his noble little are often
Ii : T Land how long the heated term is to sail for Havana this morn there has been a continuous pouringin called upon to perform in real ear There are fifteen shell holes in the TREATED.

I I) likely to continue. ing. This program was changed some- of people from every state in U.e nest. hull of the Reina Christina one made 521 Scuth Palafox Street, Next DJcr to

IAtt what last evening and this morning South, except and only Maryland. At "If the 'tourist' has still some timeto by an 8-inch gun, and the others small. Bay Hotel.Pensacola .

least it has not been the writer's good spare I may visit witn him the The main L .
Our merchants did an immense! the old vessel moved up and took up National Warrington injection valve is missing, _

business! last Saturday. It is lively anchorage near her original; stopping; luck: to meet: any of the people of his I also the Navy Cemetery hospital and the tT.; showing the ship was scuttled when I

'1, times with them these days. place. It is the present intention of old home, and must confess to a sense S. ma azine. Then he may return by Admiral Montejo abandoned her. The Produce

Commander Reeder to take his vesselto i of humiliation and great disapPointment (carriage; over Bayou Grande and hull is in fair condition.

s The young men are much in evidence sea: some time tnis afternoon. on that al'count-YE't there: must ,route Bayou the Chin beauty to Pensacola of Palmetto, noting Beach en, I.I Capt. Albert 11. Cotiuen, command- i! AND

be still some southern pride left in i, tog the naval station at Cavite.: took !I
in this legislature. Our Scott
I with its magnificent; residences, clubhouses
, M. Loftin is not the only boyish face SAY THEY WILL old .Maryland. The I/misrille and I : polo and baseball grounds, j charge of the remains of the Spanish i Commission C o.I .

among the law makers. REMAIN TWO WEEKS.A Nashville railroad offers very generous aiffl! still he is not" finished, but your sailors expressing a purpose to give I I 15 West Government Street

excursion rates to Pensacola-to humble servant is. them an American funeral. I

I The political methods have undergone petty officer from one of tha cruisers continue while the warships remain. The Spanish residents are eager to i i, FRESH CONSIGNMENTS DAILY CF

$ said this afternoon that the small five six weeks It wouldbe FOR THE PUBLIC GOOD.In CHICKENS EGGS
quite a change in Florida the last some or more. ship the remains to Spain, and it is AND COUNTRY:
boats be here until May 2 "I am another of this "
few years. It is noted for one thing may a source of very great pleasureto part paper appears suggested that the United States PRODUCE.
given to understand that our vessels, advertisement the I
the writer to meet his old friends an worthy
that "corporation" is not such a transport Sunmner convey them to
word to conjure with as it powerful was will be at this place until early inMay and neighbors of Frostburg and vicinity reading, as it's for the public good.It Spain by way of the Suez canal in I Consign i; he Sol

leaving on about the second day. down here during these five tells of a free distribution of Doan's June.A .
, formerly.The I Reference: American tat
he said. Another man with tLe officer weeks. Should they come-any or Kidney Pills, a remedy for Kidney wrecking company is endeavoringto

said he thought: "Adimral Coghlau's Ills. head it and call at | PHONE 606.
cup defender is now in the ; all of them, we shall be at their service Sidn'yKahn's raise the sunken Spanish warships. I
squadron' \\'ould stay at 1'ensatola for Drug Store Friday, April 1 i. I.
water and we may soon have sane to show them around-on board i -
at least three weeks and perhaps! a '
smart races on this side of the big ship or anywhere his services wouldbe HAVE YOU SEEN THE EASTER OUR WARRINGTON A
f I
pond. Good judges of sailing craft I month. of use to them, and all free gratis The teams are kept busy at Jacoby's LINE OF NECKWEAR AND HOSIERY -

I t; who have seen the new Yankee racer FATHER McCAFFERTY for nothing. today: although tte store has not been THAT GRAY GOODMAN & i The NEWS is on sale

believe the I is the fastest sailor in 'Ki&ht battleships in one squadron I formally opened. He has enough RADER ARE SHOWING.Try I Keefe st Warrington who
! the world.Whenever. and together m the same harbor N: a though to deliver all goods promptly. I ed to receive and receipt f

1 sight that is not often presented in I The News' WANT COLUMN. scriptions. Residents cf t
Father J. P. McCafferty. pastor of I
a great political party St. Michael's church will lei/e this time of peace to the average American. .SEE ELECTRIC LIGHTS AT SOL tion may now be supplied

-e'. Hut is this attractionit OMON'S. lof j the paper several hour
sacrifices principle for expediency it vacation great as We
week for several points to enjoy a willlaandtryiur spreads lot
t will lose and it ought to lose. In recommended by his physician is only one of the many in this section 16 Seats each and tnik:.. them boob issue leaves the press.

1872 the democratic party endorsed It is not known what points will be of our country, so abundantly Dl'rlal communicationof like jv "Ktar T.anndry. 'I

the liberal republican cadidates, Hor visited by the good man or if he will favored by nature. This sprightlycity l'?-ram ia Lodge, No 15; SEE ELECTRIC LIGHT0M0N'S. !
F. end A. M., 7:30 m., I
ace Creeley and It. Oratz Drown and stay beyond: a month. During his absence of Pensacola itself offers many A Tn day April 15 p. I TO CUKR IN O.NK DAY .

suffered a disastrous defeat. In 1ST6 Rev. Father Giles of St. D'rnard's inducements to the: sicht-seer; the Work in M. M. degree. I Tike Laxative Kmrno quInIne Tablets

they elected Samuel Tilden and College, rill say pleasure-seeker! the antiquarian and Visiting brethren are cor- TbUsignature bux, :::ic.: /TjfZWirt JffV: t on every NOW IS THE TIME TO

Thomas A. Hendrix on a sound domocratlc the masses lather Giles has been the live man of business, for the cityis .Ji\l1y invited. I YOUR DINING ROOM, A
; pkitform. They elected Cleveland in the city for the past few clays and growing .y leaps and bounds, if HARRY W. GIHIN. W. M., SEE ELECTRIC LIGHTS AT SOL- STON & QUINA HAVE W

in lss4 and again in 1S02. Then preached at St. Michael's last Sund- the expression is permissible. If; as1 I Secretary. OMON'S.. [I WANT IN SIDEBOARDS
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t In 1896 it was another surrender of da>'. i is: reasonably predicted, the greatest -- -- i i j CLOSETS, TABLES AND t

principles expediency which was industrial development in the next Among the many sweet things keptat A. C. BINKLEY de-ir his friends 1 1--"" '

repeated in llw. If experience can ltt"Ju..nlory Innnlydae.Simp half century la to be southward, then Jacoby's new store will be found | CREX AMERICAN GR/!
I and the public to ktJthit! t e has
teach us an.thille should be wise t1 Moved to Knnni LOB, Thie>en building : PETS AND LINOLEUM,
now. about art? great future awaiting it Already her at ten twenty and thirty cents
Jackson know enough: ah lit art exports lave been trebled in six years where he will continue as here. i THING ON EARTH FO
and her population keeps with rer jiound. I tofore, a general law practf-e. ,
talk about it. Detroit pace
not to ti -
In a recent issue of the ('ommonerMr. | ,
Tree Tress.If her increasing! export trade. Shrewd,! ...... ,
Bryan uses the following lanI business men from all sections of llio [i RUGS TO MATCH. MAI

mage: ""'('11, if the reorganizes country recognize: the great advantages QUINA.
people like you don't ever Ftart ; Pen<;acola possesses as a shipping 'I '0,.i'.'i'i'i.?:7,i'i'5,i'i'J'v*'.'.'i'i Iin.iai. ;.. j..iJiV?,e. .,*,!? Yr.e, (.'.i'.'ivs.,.,,.,. >:
obtain control of the - - -
)party why
trouble for yourself by asking them ; yY ;
: point and manufacture := "; '
should not rie\'eland be the nominee? 'hi" Clobe.Infants I
i !Jy.-\ < '<>n
and are giving proof of their faith in : OMON'S.
>1' It the party has made a mfctike in many permanent investments that already '! _
f ] /
l taking the: people's side and in casting Thrive bring; them handsome returns. H Fascinating 1 1 with
Hot Chocolate
14 Mr. Cleveland aside why chouli] on cow's milk that is not subject to Anons these: mahe mentioned am.OtJlI.bush1 forbes
( grain elevator a ('ot'l !I Whipped Cream, at Solo--
it not take Mr. Cleveland Zany of Bjrden's :
up again chance composition. I
ite I : ton compress, a cotton seed and oils!i S/y/es... mon's.
if it decides to cast the people aside?" ( Eagle Bland Condensed Milt is always factory a marine railway-for hauling'' 1 It: .1 1.

i three machine ., '. ..
It is strange;; that Mr. Bryan cannot the saire in all climates and at shops not I -
including .
gt- pee how paradoxical and absurd such all seasons. As a general household: ; the Louisville and Nashville -' STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE
railroad repair shops, three iron 'I j f: NEW i
sophistry must appear to his readers.They milk it is superior and is always foundries three ice factories of IU'/l I -

', 1 all know and he knows that the a\ailable. tons daily capacity the largest fer- .' ."........ I'.. 1I I

s people were not on his side at the tilizer factory in the South gas and''! THEY are made according to toe teascn'sMotApprovd: S vlf8 I t letwPen PensacoU and Mlllon-IV'1

last two elections, for the votes SEE OUR NEW LINE OF SHIRT electric lights, the Waring sysTra of ,: i the Beat and :Most P)rnlar Materials I linn Dally\ Except Sandal,

WAIST SUITS, SKIRTS AND sewerage! the p-irest: water in abun- i ::0, i.
that the people were against "
proved WAISTS. dance for all purposes, and many I ; WHITE LAWN WAISTS. k "CITY OF TAMPA.
him. How can he: be on the side of other ad\'anta', such as churches

the people unless he and the peopleare GRAY, GOODMAN & RADER.MEETING. I of all denominations good schools I t BEAUTIFUL CREATION OF THE tWAISTMAKEKS' ART, LT Milton ?. GSlun LvrofacolaLaiaUI'ensacolasaam .:

both on the same side? He had leaves nothing to be desired, and Ar Milton S ap
$1.00 $1.50 $2.50 $3.00 TO 450. .
genial; hospitable people. ; rare,G/JC; Kooid trIP.11:11' _
the democratic organization on
party "Then we have the navy yard-a f ;
the side, bat the trouble the organization A meeting of the Board of Medical
was beautiful sight in itself, especially; PECALE, MADRAS AND PIQUE WAISTS,
could not deliver the hxaminers: will be held on Miy 1st, now with the big floating steel dock :!)
: JJ* 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.50 and $2.00. .:1.:& ; JEWELER IN HIS
goods could not carry the people next, for the purpose 01 examining applicants that cost Spain three-fourths of a mil .
lion to build, and Uncle Sam about
along with it. It be that when to practice medicine in the I FINE
$30,000 to purchase and $IS,6110 to NEW STANDI
Mr. Bryan speaks of the "people"that First Judicial District. tow it from Cuba to this yird. It : SEASON'S! REIGNING MATERIALS, 1

be and the democratic LOUIS DeM. BLOCKER is an' immense structure, 400 '
as over
party : $ ;.:;0, ,I $G.OO, jt $i"O, jt *8.;O to JjcMn I...
r?mo ld5ed by him. had so much All-eodlOt Secretary J feet in length *0 fel't'I my to
feet high capable of liftinr 15.0H ., t be Ropn to be Appreciated. -: have Jewelry store
solicitude for he means: the poor peo ) ------- -- 0 occupied
and is not large -- formerly
tons yet etnugh to ------ 120 Sooth Palafox,
ple. Bat that won't do any betterfor PICNIC. |accommodate our latest vessels off I WALKING SKIRTS. ttylea-nett; ( ., $2 Z $2 2i by Bass &; Co., and am no"
aetertae, $2.5l$5 i
according to his own admissions: The Ladf{>s' Auxiliary of tte B. of.., the nav. I' : give

the poor people are in a very great i L. E. will give a picnic on April 2S I A steam road affords real!' means i I II .- r better prepared than ever to ."*'

majority in this country S3 it'' at Magnolia Bluff. Tickets 23 cents. I I for visiting the navy yard, ate Forts'!' l- e W. i&B FORBES. s great bargains! in dlamonJ+,watt :*-

i iI iBarrancas I and rcR ee. and tie lighthouse eI jewelry, etc. CM and ete U'ear
they and Mr Bryan's democraticj Trains will leave union depot tit 2:20 ;ii .
I I[i at the entrance of the harbor, ': convince
> had been on the sane! side he,tp. m., 4 p. m. and 8:30 p. m. a3td tan I imposing structure with its re-I I L'S1d: :J 'S'7b'S'S'1: !%!'!'!''S 718''iS:!S)S'S'J.f, Jr'If'!rfS'J1!'! f'sys!!!: let me J you.LIiTEPHESj.


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f J. FOSHEE.Yice-Prnldenr; JOHN PFEIFPER, Alt' Csshitr. LVt

paine's CeleryCompound K<=A = siA= sx s=tZs= TO

"I was a witness Sunday to a sight
which to say the least was capableof

inciting pity in any man," remark An Designated Depository of the United:States.

ed a gentleman last "I "
night. was Condensed Statement at the clots of business! March 201903. '
is Nothing Else persuaded by my wife to go to a of
Says: certain church and it was there I sawa RESOURCES. LIABILITIES. ,

So Well Restores man with perhaps as forlorn a looking Discounts..... ............. ... $375,03702 Capital Stock ...... .... ..... ... ...... .... $2.OOCI.OO .
Which Loans...... ...... .... .. .. .... .... 8320300 Surplus...... .... .. .... .... .... ...... .. .... 20,000.00 T
face as I have ever witnessed. If you suffer ..,... .... ...,.......,.. ...... .... 2,35293 Undivided Profits..... ...... .... .... .... 509.39
Vitality to the System:; When the preacher had reached his any ailment 8. Bonds and Premiums..... .... .. .... 213,806.87 125,000.00 ? ,.

"sixth" point a gust of wind cruelly action of the securities, etc... ............ .. .... 2.62500 Dividends Unpaid,....... ....... ......... .. 64.00
_. ai sick in body and mind'afortunatt and Fixtures.. .. ................ 8.718.43 Deposits .................. ............ ...... 621,346.81 -i
.\. condition of a vast rushed in at the window and the ser Bans this offer and Exchange...... ...... ... ... ...... 283.16630
: u:I",,-ir American people, young mon went flying-I mean the concluding of Pensacola

-.' in the springtime. The stren pages of it. I know not how the
j-. much longer the old gentleman would kidneys the
: .an: men and women-their woriri.'s bank opened for business October 23,1900. We respectfully solicit yourlpatronage land we will give '
have talked half a dozen importance to
all as
and anxieties, contri pages
business prompt, courteous and careful attention.
r constituted the bunch so cruelly been neglected,
; lifted by the wind. The preacher wasa you such a cure

< ': { foot or more from the stand and the proprietors
: ,
:; :'w" ', when he heard the fluttering of the many I44

<.<.." pages he turned quickly and saw his similar 7 t;.

or somebody else's labor scattered.The of their claims Kc

old fellow must have been very no remedy for

unfamiliar with the discourse, for he existence (

could not remember but little and for such ,(

very abruptly came to a close. I do these conY'' I

r J not man believe wearing I have a more ever v.-oe-be-gone witnesseda daily big for received ;I (II ( rnUD@ @ ll 5; o f

expression-he was actually horrifed. and young blC :

I This little incident furnishes a lessonto freed from

'r preachers who depend a great dealon many a lame '
n 1 1J
the work of somebody else. It's ed and \ \

all fair, however I suppose." vigorated and :

With such a I II

"Talk about your vandalism, but I kind can be I\ .

saw acts this morning that should _be for while we : ..

-. *zrL prevented without loss of time. The you, we make CONCERT AND DANCE.
,' vandals, however, were stray bovines in the sale: of At the Armory Hall, Friday night, ': .., ,.

\ ," said a visitor. "I was near the 24th. Benefit, St. Michael's si !

'" II, I'CKlttX. the old cemetery and was admiring Fund. Refreshments. Ad t .ili.

in a way the beautifully laid plats :Go: cents. ISAlOt. .
I' ne* antI physical! ail and the surroundings generally, walking of Doan's .
i ianil"st themselves to ai: away free to If'
v -nt as spring: a lvance, on the outside, as I thought we with kidney Cereal Foods Our line of ;

: deathly! feelings in th<(, would trespass: had we entered. As we signed address. cream are not appetizing, but WarmWeather Alpacaq l,
iish and poisoned blood neared the back fence I was not raw cream is not always easy to '-
ed and only Sere ;\
'1I l'stion. constipation, kid Borden's Peerless Brand 1IL'1t1
pleased to see within the sacred Evapor
"tvr unable to perform th'-i) Remember Clothing ";..
grounds a few cows calmly browsingon ; life
all tend to make : but a regular .A is now 't '
,rlll'n. Men andwomen shoul the choicest vines and flowers a delicious flavor and richness ready. Sicilian' 'it.
',,.',' this very d Uy to exercis< within reach. I was enraged and ney it for general cooking purposes.
i ?! giving quality of coranoi thought) how much damage these Remember, Condensed Milk Co., propri An :
. and use Paiii 's Celery\ Com Assortment and' i :
the one and only reliable Fprin,;] destructive creatures were able to entail Free Dishihil ':1'
buildir. Mr.V.. H. IVederis if unmolested: so myself and V'
- Friday, April ICE CREAM SUPPER.Ice consisting k- r ; lij J
manager of the "GIobc! L' friend bolted through one of the many '

Mason City, Iowa says; :- cracks and drove the animals; to thestreet Drug Store, one'W. of Styles '
,el impelled by a deep sense d I fox streets Crash, "
and then patched up the placein cream supper at the Salvation Correct, >>1-
much I liar
de to express how -
: Linen
Cut this i
hall, Tuesday night. Tickets ten :
enterd. I daresay thereare
in-fitted by I'aine's; Celer which they Qty
with I .11'Flannel
i|; it has made me a new JUM) priceless\ plants in that enclosure: you.Sole '
re is nothing else which s agents and and ,
but they will not be there long unless
s vitality to the system." Foster-Milburn i MATTRESSES OF ALL GRADES HomeSpun Prices 1. j
I.Iarcl1C'Kl'nn ', JeffeiI 1 r- the fence is fixed sufficiently strong
i.. ... ) $1.50 TO $12.50. SIXTY a.
says-: "lames L.eier;y to keep animals; out:' FREE TRIAL ON OUR LAMI Coats and 1 I Always ,.
the great national reme I --.,;;-.,;;-.,;;. FELT MATTRESSES. TRY }
rfully recommend It." "Sanders and Hay are all right, and : (Pt MARSTON & QUINA. Trou-:rs. i1 Rig ht.
-- they are not to be beaten when it ,\I
( .1 .J'
conies: to catching secret lawbreakers c I

MMSiRALMES\\ ," ejaculated! a reader last even : 1
I ; I t :
Coin:; to take vacation send: your
i ing. "I notice they have gotten onto The y) :
work to Johnson's Book store at 1
t A REPORT I evidence which will probably call The Irish AIO-!\\' _. ...' 1 1Jj

for a big fine on certain negroes who, edition of .-. .- 1 n
it Is said, have been violating the: Sunday W. '
I Spears 1
OF': : Au 02iON OF IOWA'S AC law for some time by selling virtue is the B. H. FAIECBILD, JOS. COLEMAN, t'k t

liquor on the Sabbath day. These m
the prolific a :r :xx o i* e *r E n :En: : : :
CDE\T SAYS A DEFECTIVEHELL two officers have done a great deal ,;
have : :I. i
of creditable! work since they ,
: WAy THE REAL ican stage; <( <
i been placed on special duty, and the Rays, "A Hot X.'oef Work and Refinishing furniture a ,

e .. :_ city did wisely when these two were warm in the Specialty. South Palafox, jtjtjt Pcnxacoln, Florida. : {N

j elected to their offices. They may lovers. This PhaDO 403. ,
have their faults, as all of us have, 1

\nil il! I-\dmiral: but when it conies to hunting up Pawn-brokers DR. H. MOCK
I,I he navy departil crinihiald, they are strictly in it." ganza brightest yet, (' }. ,..r.

explosion of tlu "Some admirer of Tom Nee was
ical situations :!:
i. shows that a Ideally quoted in the News last
candidate. "I donut ness of which : n
:poi i the cause, lie afternoon, said a
of course, say that the paper Mr. Selden! -k yl t
but 1 think the party 1 tI .
I was wrong, kept this
". the department interviewed! piled it on altogether too I
1 which happened' I thick. All's fair, tbou,:., in love and "\Vho would : 28% B. Palal'ox Street, & Old Armory Building. JI ,
farce must
war. ,
: \:1: hUe at target
1 !Lo!i in. When!
I "Isn't the telegraph in days pelling order,
i'om I 1 the port for a wonderful thing said! a drummer. buffoonery or PCNSACOLA..\. t'
f muzzle blew of[ "You know I haH only come in froma i. i'"
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1 in New affairs of -
vacation. Thursday was
the ,
MI it penetrated'
York and at 8:13;; o'clock by my watchI Adonis have BOLLINE RESIGNED Hudgins' new style label for his 9 ;
.v-ith three'
: killing
bought a copy of an 'extra' World tant part in I FROM POLICE FORCE. cent cigar will interest you. r
tour others. That with a miute account of the Iowa's accident i
and much of .
: = ,
1,1 I, was thoroughly in large letters. 1 have a copy !l' : 1.. Police Officer Andrew liolline this Try Gnnther'8 Candies atSolomon's. ;
of the paper in my valise, and as I Pawnbrokers" r'k I
morning handed to the major his resignation .
knew I was coming here I preservedIt. same way- _
'I' to the navy yardMS. Some time ago I was in Cincinnati of "The Soak I = i i from the police force, the i t I

: and buried tht \ and read at 1 p. m. a full account = same to take effect immediatelyBbl
'o recommend that hf Florida the ,execution the hanging of four having negroes occurredat Inl affectionate a I. line says he will go to New York within \\Velles-Kaull\ ( Company : ,

!Ii i tor more perina I a feIla's.. He has been on the
12:21' o'clock, as I afterwards his son of ,
,." not appear that covered. It costs these big diS-1 i'' police force for many months and has I
nned by the bursti I papers a great deal of time and money the wife of t 0 been an efficient officer. lie has some

i some witnesses to get these things, but everythingmust important engagement in the big cityto }
be had that money can buy these i ncr one t t t
the shell strike' 1
\\A which he is going.
days, for competition, as has been i family
inner tube shows I
the life of
said is most ity. On this t
one ot the pieces trade." construction. Menu for any day.-Breakfast Ham I Headquarters for

'1 U> of the gut I' I SOLD BY dinner Yam, supper Jam, all kept by I!

-itHiu-s indented 01 I j "They tell a Rood( one on Frank sample Jaccby. Fancy and Staple Groceries. i iSr
ofV'ilde's friend? .t.
< .1-,' nf a bursting | Wilde. said: one l

,.I ant informed, has ,I last .evening.he c IU11"t'rank and would thought create, pl..r.hap a- I, and Swamp-Root bladder, D. & I. MAYER A Great Sensation. ALL FANCY KINDS GOODS.OF UP-TO-DATE ti

.re\ioiis| to the :''favorable: hiiiression with his frienJsand I There was a big sensation in Lees-

">'l h ihr i accident oe :i iMniglit himself an imitation Panama i tributed here Next Door to First National Bank.ARE vile, Ind., v.henV., H. Drown of that WE ARE SOLE DISTRIBUTERS: : }
him on thestreet you FOR THE
.\ friend met
I hat. place who was erpec:>d to die, had } !
and !
his first appearance CELEBRATED 1
upon informed him that it wasa his life saved by *.r. King's New Dis- I

SEE E .E :TRIG LIGHTS AT SOL wonderingly ridiculous idea to wear such 'finery'at t x sssss i' co\ery for consumption. Rewrites "I: I Cafe du Mode Coffee., Sweet Home j I i

\l0\! 3 a time he was seeking election. endured insufferable agonies from Molasses, Illinl and Climax Flour, ,

"The people will think you are not inneed YOU IN Asthma but your New Discovery gave Baylels Delicatessen, German-Ameri .

"' _ of the'IHISit Ion and will vote for can Food Company's Canned Meats, .,
immediate relief and soon thereafter -
think is in more = me
!i ANNOUNCEMENTSC'TY ;; 1 i,I a needful man who circumstances they remarked the A HURRY effected a complete ciire. Similar Etc.- Etc. '

i friend. Frank appeared with another GROCERIES? cures of ConsuuipUon, Pneumonia, -
.,. . .. it is told presented yon
... '! I!'!=l \!.! !'.!'.! hat the next dayand Bronchitis and Grip are numerous.It's E. W. PEAKE
'I his imitation Panama to a There's always a wagon at our door, ready to bring them to you. ,
MARSHAL negro. Frank wants that marshalship Plenty of clerks here-enough to fill your orders without neglect- the peerless remedy for all throat Electrical contractor and builder: 'i
and is losing no time to create: all that's choicest in and lung troubles. Price 50c and $1. will do your electrical work in first. t

.' announce myself as a the favor he is capable of doing, ing others. Everything Guaranteed by W. A. D'Alemberte, class style and at reasonable rates!

; City Marshal at the GROCERIES AND TABLE LUXURIES.Lots Druggist, 121 S. Palafox street. Trial He can be found at 3i oath Palafoz t tsweet.
"Any kind of navy vessel may dropin of dainties not found in ordinary stores. Prices no higher bottles free. Phone 203.
'y officers to be held 01 "
t here at any time from nolon for inferior grades. 4Mi
than you'll pay
;. and respectfully solicit said a naval officer. "We know what -

p-, : the qualified voters 01; SOL CAHN & CO. Lumber. thousand.
THOMAS F. NEE. 2x3 scantling, 15 per
lions possibly the most important PHONE 178. 3x3 scantling {0 per thousand.

CiTY' naval men in the country are comingor S Other items in proportion. Call and
have been here. As a naval baseyo'ir see us.Malmo..
city is bound to become quite .- -- -- -- ---- -- - BEEKMAN LUMBER CO. r
"1 ,', myself as a candi THEO. EELLAMORE, :
famous; ------ -- I
fi' ijtie photography
: ,*' of Marshal ai ,
City :
Refracting ,UeiBr,
Good Cypress Shingles, $1.25 per A t.2OJ .
el! '>'!in. and respect CHAS. W. PRESLEYwill E
Graduate of Paris, (France) and Philadelphia. thousand. BEEKMAN LUMBER CO. S. Palafox Street.
"rjo ot the voters 01 leave for the summer. Send: your .. .
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Building, rensfcola, Fla.
Old Armory
piano work to Johnson's Cook Storeat Try The News' WANT COLUMN. Try The News Want Column. 1


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GEORGE GOULD -R' ::;: ::,5"-...,.:::; ....-......, ,.'Io' ,..-........ I.\\. .........,.L....._.,Jf ._ ... ... : .--

AT STAKE COL MACUIRE'SBODY 'CJW.I' ? :: ,.. t. .. .., ."!. ......,:..... .:.:.._ .. .
IS ENTHUSIASTIC. WHEN LIFE'S LJ..r: ,,,".,, .:.... .. ,.' "... .
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/, ,. -. -: .( '" ':: ; >d : .
.11.. ., r" \.; ib'I_. '." .._.._. ....._. ..... ... : t
The most timid man will take any ;.. '".'. ., ,. ..". -rr, .- ',...'.. .
:> .
After FOUNDCOLONEL ; e ... .,,,
Lakewood, N. J, April 13.- a chance of escape. The slender rope .. 't.. :- u ,
-... .
i ,
careful survey of conditions in the dropped down the precipice, the slippery 't"p' ,.- '..,;...> .. .... : ,."",:?
West, George J. Gould, who has returned -I log over the abyss, anything that .}...... \"'Ir. *"":' .., ;.,......_::jf."' .... I
offers chance of life; is eagerly snatch- I ::: X' ,...' '.1
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,<:. It : ... .
fromatripover theMissouri Pa-I ed at The end the man seek is safety. + MAGUIRE HAD BEEN t".; <.: \ .'. ,\' .".,,< _
I.: ''P'r .t. ,.!.",....___ _........'.".. .. I .. ':. .:i"" /
c3c: and Waba&h lines, is convinced lIe cares nothing : '- ..'I. '' :';I\ ..
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: "I''i
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that the present era of prosperity I for the means to I 1:" tgfc%- : '.. .". ..Wit'.lfljr .. .If..p.'F J. \
1: that end. !; cotStJpt.'i' ... .. .... h. -.Mt/II, : 4"J
TUESDAY NIGHT. %: _' --- .. *. ./ v .*i>
which the West is enjoying will! con ,'v ..... -..,._' r: *:.. *;
j There are thousands \ J. ,...; .- '. %/fiT1.Delicately -._. /
tinue tor at least another yer. I I V .,...;5 .:
i I of men and .. ,
,-- ; ; '' I
...... "
"in all my experience in the West," i women I f1"y; .. .:! formed and gently reared, women will: find, : r"'tr.. t'' :'\:#' I
Mr. Gould said, "I have never seen: the : lives are at hindered'stake, I The body of Colonel John Maguire \-l-j";;} in all the seasons cf t.crliv..s: :: ,as m-ida:swivesor mothers i, '- ,. \' \I

wheat loo- as well as __ does today.i I I who from are accepting the retired capatilist, who has been J.'tf. that! the! cne simple;: wholesome remedy which acts ..J. II't' v rr, \" \J( r '

It is still too early to speak of corn or I i i the_ one means of missing since Tuesday night at 8 lU g.r.:'1 a::1 pleasantly: and ratural'y.: and which; may be .i! : .% 4)11"1. pL} f

cotton, but as the soil is thoroughly I raft tby foolish ( o'clock was found at 11:30 o'clock { yam I used with: truly beneficial! effects, under: : any coalitions ..!j JJ.l'iSd at \

water-soaked these crops ought to prejudice. / this morning in the river at the headof when the! system needs a laxatl/e.; is- Sym;? of Figs. It .\
I Doctor Pierce's :
thrive amazingly. The railroads' won't I Golden Medical // Ollinger & Bruce's dry dock, between '\ I, yell!1 know to b, a simple! combination! : of the laxative ." :.f f .' ., c, cftJtf11

have any trouble in moving the great ,I Discovery has Theatre and Monroe streets. \yt.; and cann'-native: : principles: of pints:: with: pleasant, aromatic : .i -tb;:;:' "! ::')) ; i"c f

wheat crop, Lut I think we will all be been the means health of The body was first seen by Mr. ,lk. Squids: which are agreeable: and rsfreshhg! to: the ,. ;;. :.., ,".....:;-.,,. .-t i i'tai "I .

short of cars in the fall if there is a restoring and ; James Ollinger and was floating at toots and acceptable to the system when Its gentle :J,"..' fj; ,; T" ",s.' '\'''1 j
I to ;many men f, .. .. .., '':\ : J
From all indications I the head of the dock. Mr. Ollinger \ cbansing:: is d \ ." '-- .' ; -', l
big corn crop. women whose hollow {.:: 1 ...: \ t..I {\; I (
can see a full year of prosperity ahead cough, bleeding ;/ / called the attention of a number of :':. PH.1.1Y cf the ills: from: which women suffer are of a tr n'i:, \' 1..; : .. t \. ,

for the'est.." I t ci.ition lungs and, emaM / I.. men who were at work near by repair k"! '."v'd! :: do not come: from any organic troublet'i.... '"..". .,;... t .\;_v,. LTa I

Mr. Could referred to the St. Louis I. ness weakj'to / lug a mud scow One of the men, '? r'' "r, and it is pbarant: to know that they yield) so promptly! to il\\ .... ." '\"' """;'''' 'i''':\
i, Exposition in \ery enthusiastic terms. arrant the state- I Charles Rainey, jumped overboardand i n :F! tiabeneflcfaleflac3cf Syrup of Figs, but when anything .i .\ :'.\:: t 11! _

,p He \hitc.1 the grouuls twice and waster :, ment of-local"There physicians is- F'fdl'fL.' I'j jno with the assistance of Basberry, i, more than a !laxative is needed it is best; to cons:.dt the i-, \:. '. :!+: &l If J :V I 1//

}' much impressed with what he cure possibliVliv ." ,1 j secured the body and tied it to a los. ...\.;. .f. family: physician: : and to ail tie o':+-tint e cathartics and t rPi \

I 'a"I think that it will bo the f.nest \ should prejudice against t put-up The fiat news of the finding of the .... ;"' ,'. bu: j advertised 01 fie present dlY. Warn ..:.'."'. ..J \'\,.. '.."..': :.- r. o!
'1 medicine hinder from tryitg what '! b one nJ"S oaiy to rim 7C t'13 sti. '.-.,. t'_,, the ?: .-.,, \+ ;-l S' r
-f"- :
h t t.r ever held, he said. "Two things you body was given to the public by The : t3rp3r. cJn-: ,: .:.r. d t : ; ,...,: ;
has cured thousands of suffering men \.J..J..-, g.Jn, or rim.I a r i sIts, wllil i't '. \*;; s. (':.... V
'' n f" .r.n<<-tion with the lair need: to berouit and ? Item bulletin boards a few minutes after .. upon a :1S..p3..d ; h::a;: c;I '
r' > to the attention of the peoe "Only for Dr 1'ierce's Golden Medical Discovery the discovery.At L/t.c i conjitbn cf the:. syst:n.uc the true ad gentle remedy't:

.If St. Louis. One is that the city write: "i Ir.1.think.M I,>would.r filet tie
bad I could notsleep rs: .. te ahas aid pins, colas:: and h_a.lch's: .whn doe \' \'.r .
fn; not awakened lo the great need Wyoming. I had asthma so body Mr. Charles Lining, a son-in-law 1 .. ire :c ::' .s#" .. .
at night and was compelled t: g1up I to inactivity, of the bowels. 't. ,'l.. '..'.'''''''''' .
of adequate hold facilities. Another I work It afik-ctrd my lun,.o so that I coughed iof Colonel Maguire, was near by, on a tf.'r2 \ %.:
all the time, both day and nt::ht. My friendsall i 1 ti 't'....v Only those who buy the genuine Syrup cf Figs can h ;: i' 1'
Iii-}/irtant thin? is the lack of adequate had My wife had barge. \;.
thought I cnn+umpuoa. z J
taken Dr Ivrce's Favorite Prescription and it l!', to get its beneficial. effects and :23 a gj'araitee: of the: ex'if:1J1. I ;
l-aiKportation!- facilities: : to and Iron '. The body was fully dressed and it .,.,.
I had helped her so much she insisted u i my ? .Y cellence of the! remedy the fall name cf the! : _
111. fair grounds.( St. Louis seems tot tug his Mrmcal Discovery'' -\\hich I was not badly decomposed. I company;: '''. : J/1..n 'J' .
did I hate taken four bottles and am now t.j;: California Fig Syrup Co.-!is printed on the front: of \ \ --
hate dene absolnttly nothing :n the well man wen hnl i"<5 pounds thaniS to Dr. The body was viewed by the coroner ": "fill \ _
auor." Pierce Golden Medical Inxwtry." who gave the proper certificate of ti' package and without it any preparation offered as Syrup ::: \: ",'\.;\ f";c ; \\:x"t
The sole motive for substitution is to cf Figs is fraudulent and should be declined. To those: S
burial. The remains removed :: !:, : ;11t\ \ ,
were ;; : "
1 A I.h' Stork Proren-lon. permit the dealer to make the little more :IN'", who know the quality cf this excellent laxative the 'n .. .,:143 .,
: by the sale of less meritorious from the wharf to the undertaking par .'i'X: ; ;
The povcruuieiit states that if all o! profit paid lie lose. "' ; ; offer cf any substitute when Syrup of Figs is called '
\ .i4-H11.n.
medicines. gains; you lors of Ueroujon, Sands & Co. :. !
the animals rweiutl at the Chicago I 1 1 'v; for, is always resented by a transfer cf patronage: tJ. '/:. a\; '"'
The face of the \
I stockyards during the last year could A Tone Orphan.A man was badly swollen :t'j some first-class drug es establishment where L ey do 9 "::" ljf 1(.;J .
but was not in the least -J
be gathered tiwther; on the roads of woman who was attracted} by tie disfigured. \ f not recommend,, nor sell false brands, nor imitatlon\ "' :".;j' 11ll. 11V
: : ; =
1 ;
the country, the horses Ruing; two bright face of little colored who Mobile Item. i l
a boy !! remedies. The genuine article may be bought of all '. J$1: ,* ,0: :. ''l'; .} ., ,, ,
abreast and the cattle, sheep and hogs '
served as "buttons' in a southern i1; reliable druggists everywhere at 50 cents bttle. : ,I \ % .'-
following tlit-re would be a solid block per \:.:. i ,;. 1-/1;.\" iL i\\
boarding house stopped one day In the AFTER LA GRIPPE-WHAT? : '." :. \ !'i': ...... .....,j\
t_ of animals the feet wide and 5,000 hall to have a few words with him. .;:, .-. .::.' ,' 'C "'". *.1.,,"i ,. ,
J miles long, and at the rate of three Unusually a hacking cough and a i.t. _! {, 't'-. -I\i 0 '.""' .. .f'
"How old are you, Pomp she asked. z : : f. .
.... ... '.:;.
i \t\o"' '" ..
1' miles per hour for eight; hours per "I'ze Jos' precedln my teens missy," general feeling of weakness, often l Y .. ....t ::ri .t: ....::1;.(? .'? R .
q day it would: require eight mouths for he answered promptly. leading to fatal results after the pa. J .., ... .. ... ... 'J

r : this procession to pass. "And have you any brothers and sla tient is supposed to have passed the A.s. A fQRNIA .-16' ,..B';:::..:.. ,J/1.lf ,,.. .;> \:
ters?" continued his[ questioner. danger point Foley'a Honey and .. "" ..," .' ., '. '::::..r.L: ,.i', ,'
An Odd tin I HI. "Halra't bruiLler slstei .... .... ...\... ."' ,.., '.-, .. .. .J. ,I /
t pot a nor a Tar is guarantee to the ; 'i; ..:.:.' : ': "'I.l.., I
cure "grippe )
Representative lrosveaor has pre- nor a fardor nor a muilJer: raid the cough" and make you strong ands i.; / -.!!I.. ..,.-?:,L ......._".. .,r.<):ii'..skr..'". ;;.:n,... '} '
sl'lItl'.1 in .'Ou n'':, a curious claimpreferred ,
very little "I'm all dere I ,
darky solemnly. well. It never fails to stop a cough .. l"V::
r Jacob! who ;: $
KitttTslwch. .
by : "'"
; ob us, l11i-l'outh's Companion. if taken in time. Take no substi '
'' wants pay for a kit of <-anM' ter'.s tools I tutes. -

z lost or stolen in l"tK.; The claimant 1 May Re Surfeited. SUMMER LAW SCHOOL.

3' th says: he> was a stage; carpenter at Ford's i "Don't you think it's uiiwis''," sail]I "' He was Doctor Of. SAMUEL
;' i 't', tlll'atl'r.'ashill ton the UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIAIn r CHARLES
on ,
; thp first partisan "to be so singuimaUmt Tommy Fijuu-Whnt;: ; : makes people
t''l when Lincoln was shot, and that he your candidate call the Uev. Lougwynde; "doctor?" Virginia mountains. 3ith Summer. .. i

l was arrested as a witness and held I "All riht; ," ri'turnitl the other. "Jus t What did he ever cure anybody of? July 1 to September 1, 1903. Meantfor x BOOT AND SHOE MAKER,

t thirty days during which time his i wait till after fl.-ctioii, and then I'l I Paw l'iggjam-lIc's curl many a beginners, for candidates for the .L xI

3 tools disa'pi-ared. have a right to crow." person of a supposedly hopeless case bar, and for practitioners who have REPAIRING NEATLY DONE WHILE YOU WAIT.

I "TI':1t's what you will, but .I don'hink t I of insull111la.-IaldIllvre American.: lacked systematic instruction. For b j3 Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Shoes, J Leather Findings

!t't'r r:_. GOOD FOR CHILDREN.t: tt you'II care to oat nil you II Lavei catalogue, address 'PlR):E Bi4. uoTsnrni PALiox MTIIKKT.:
right tu.-l'hiladl'lphll Tress. How to Strengthen the Eyebrows.Vaielitie .
; The pleasant to take and harmless R. MINOR, Secretary
; c4 '
i will strengthen the eyebrows
One Minute Cough Cure gives immediate A Marvel. I if it is gently rubbed over thorn Charlottesville Va. J. E. DUBUISSON U BROTHER

"What do think is the lost ,
eiiraonliniiry Apll4eodlCt
I J relief in all cases of Cough, you 1 wee or twice a week and it also improves
l t invention of the nger'I I: scanty eyelashes and eyebrows. :OKNKHTAUK\GON.\ IsnsUJ'SCI.STltI.tTS..
Croup and LaGrippe because it does' "The phonograph" answer'*! Mr. I Great care must be taken not to let it DR. KING'S

) f f f not pass immediately into the stom f klooktoii roniiitly: "the way that machine I oct into the eyes themselves.NO Dealers In

ach, but takes effect right at the stands and talks back to lIen- TRY NEW DISCOVERYFOR
I .J ; I o: Choice Staple and Family Groceries dOur
! i I seat: of the trouble. It draws out i I ictta' positively takes my breath BAD TASTE. ,

I;:;; i; the inflammation, heals and soothes !; l iway."-Washington; Star. HEPATICUIU taken in a little THAT COLD. Goods are Received Fresh D.iily. They are ton many to enumerate,

--'I1i;;{, and cures permanently by enabling > water is almost tasteless. Children TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. and are Warranted to be the Best the Market A(lords and can be
t Going Oter IIU Account Cures Consumption Coughs. Relied on. We can Duplicate any Order Given us During the
: the lungs to contribute pure life-glv- i\ can take it as easily as adults. Thereis ,
Holidays and will Deliver Free to any Fart 01.he City,
I., ; ; in? and life-sustaining oxygen to the'I absolutely nothing bitter about the Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma

,' 4 Mood and tissues. llargis" Pharmacy, i i taste, nor that sickening sweetness.It PneumoniaHayFeverPleurisy COUNTRY ORDERS WILL RECEIVE CAREFUL ATTENTION t ,

: John Sheppard, Sidney Kahn. positively does not gripe or irritate
; I Hoarseness P.O. Box 328.
.: Jf I LaGrippe, J. E. Dubuisson & Rio
its laxative
": a delicate stomach, and
I Sore Throat and PHONE 66.
t' Croup
CREX GRASS FURNITURE, FOR !II effect is easy and natural. All these Family Grocore.VL .

I I i l IE LIBRARY, PARLOR AND BED good qualities combined in a medicine !I Whoopbg Cough.NO ..

?;" LOOM, AT MARSTON & QUINA'S. ,,t) I is sure to please. That is why it has CURE. NO PAY.
all Pric 50(:. and SI. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE
( so many friends. Sold by drug .A. ] Avery

1'' "' C'"i rv nndcrox gists.

' 'It Hr. Las;'M :', the c.i-s! lwlUpIn! ; in :ftn I I i iI iI OPERA HOUSEJ.
\r' I ii )
I' fvi.t mi "O: v p:::::ttl to a ri'jH>rti-r I / A FRIENDLY REMINDER.

:' : : I r the :.1:1:1: : :< -i|..)! tlitland iI i :\1.: CI:, )Iaua er. IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF

.- 141 i 't dlC'-'' 1.1.1\:1":; out t\irrii'<] to oi".s I Hereafter for all reading notices of .. -

l. i'r' '..('II\t 1.111I'I".t! : of the I I lairs, festivals, plays, suppers, balls, ONE NIGHT OVLY, HARDWARE.

f; llohiU"lt I.,1,1 JITS," l.f]'d. "li\C tO I It I dramas, elocutionary or any other TUKSDAV, APL. 14

nnalvuutrtt."n lutncrvtu'1)f'aple' ,
1 -rhil.idelr.ihia Ledger. kind of entertainments given by Iron Nails Axes, r-hovr: 1 8 01 w Mill and Hteamboat
!i-r.Ma'1! |.lay tlu'''s at ui::!!t. If tlioyil
t I churches, societies, lodges or individuals Supplies, Cooking and He :ing.Stoves, Paint, Oil
J.!1 <>, UK-.V r.iti't ,,)M ?. i!"r in tinnioru'iu! I A Itarnjnrd ('00.r"ath'D.. Is THE BIG MUSICAL COMEDY Window Glass, Guns, Pistols and Fi-hinsr Tackle,
; ;t or they rail v.ork. Tl!: 'y shouldn't The Roo'-tor-1 know what's the matter where an admission charged '

}' day) It nil. In fwt. Ch"ss Is li -nclKi.llto I I with yuuus shanghai, but I can't or merchandise or other thingsare Agate and !!uwarc ana il'jusefiirnishiui Goods.AOENSFOR .

u ii.'rmil uc u. just a< sithli-tirs is think of t l.<' word to save my life. sold there will be a charge of 5 THE IRISH L; BIRMINGHAM ROLLING MILL COMI'ANVW

i pHid for lui.i. Tlu''III'SS! player lives The Duck-Why, lie's got the pip. cents a line for first insertion and 2\z Revere Giant Stitched Belting Northampton Emery

rs I! longer than the Ilthh.te." I The Kuosier-Sure. That's it. Why cents a line for subsequent insertions. PAWNBROKERS. Wheel Co., L lftfn & Rind Powder Co., Johnson's Kil-

j:) I had that right on the end of my Obituaries and .resolutions of re .. somine, Iron Kin? and Buck Stoves and Ranges, Wm

tongue.-DaltiiiAiie World. spect will come under this same ruling With the Fares Comedy Htar Triumvirate Coups & CO.'B Raw Hide Lace Leather, Masury'e
Made Railroad Colors.

II'I BfIPSNfAItNI I 1 \ Hint. also. Masonic Temple @ Pensacola Fk

f'taylale-l1o you believe In long PARKER'SHAIR Sullivan and MackAND

courtships Miss Annie? BALSAM -.
I IT MM .\nui-'I'II. I'm In fator of a Coto"* and tirintifirB the **Mf.
ho_.. a Iniuritot fnnth.lft.Ter TIME TABLE.
six hour limit on each sesslon.Chlcao Tail to Britore Gray .Mazie Trumbull.
Hair to i-. Youthful Color.
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    After the \\cddln (. --- -- ---- PIIUITIVPT.V IN> EFFEOT DECEMBER 1. IflUl _

    S CURED OF RHEUMATISM. | "Was It a union of hearts?"
    A COMEDY FOR NICE FOLKS. New Orleans and Mobile.
    For the benefit of suffering humanity "
    Kj- i "No, diamonds Lippincott'e. Thiesen -

    t r ; I desire to state that I suffered s.. THE BLOOD Chris Prices:-25,50.75c and $1. No.8. M." No.!. No.1. No.l.. IoT:15

    ; vi-rtly with Muscular and Sciatic a 12:1 m IIM p Leave Pensacola_Arrlve 6:00. 4!IJI p I:51eaai :'
    Cannot remain pure if the liver Is CORNERINTENDENGIA t" a 27 p 1:02 a Leave_ Ylomaton_ Leave tIi:! a 7:111 I P 1.11'
    Rheumatism for five years. Dunns'' I 1Il' a 4tp !:55 a Leave_ MObile __ Leave 12:11I n't 12I n 1.tC'
    inact \'e. One function of the li'erI ..._ .__ Lyrve
    1I:25p 7:80 a LeaveN.w Url""DR. II:'" p 7i.: _
    that time I tried various:! remedies as : AND BAYLEN STS.
    filter the out of the i North.
    i f well as the prescriptions of several to impurities I -

    hysicians, which afforded me very \ blood. Malaria, or other germs and I One Block West of Palafox.
    e II I 1 No t. j No &. No.1 N5.1.
    1 little, if any, relief. The pain in my '! poisonous matter cannot remain in KEEPS THE FINEST BRANDS OF 4' 11:06pm ,,12:15pm LeanPenJaeolaArrln ':oupm 1:00am
    I 5:11am i! 8: 7 pm Arrl'f8_ ontllome'Y _Leave 11:15am 5ffipr
    back, hips and legs; was agonizingand : the system when the liver Is active. 1159 am I setpm Arrl'f8_ lrmlollham _Lean eaisalaArm
    almost unbearable. I could hardly' ro 1:06 pm i 8:10.. m Arrive_Nashville _Leave ...._
    HEPATICUnA the best liver tonic.It 25)&m eli a m Arrive Loallvllle _Leave ':15 p m :451eiiOam
    1 walk and thought I would be obliged I! llblaIn ArrlveClnelnnatlLeav8 ':00 p m li:15pm
    to abandon all business. A friend of|I will aid the liver in its work of:i PURESTFOR ij [ I lI ijijI 1:: Jam 1:5) p m Arrive ._ ..tit. Louie .__.Leavy ':1J pm erb D

    rune advised me to try Uricsol, elimination; it will tone up the blood ,,- -4r' PENSACOLA AND RIVER JUNCTION. -

    vhich I did reluctantly and greatly to and keep it normally alkalice. It is No. V-i1'
    I No. 71-Daily 1'10.' I-VaUy I No atop where time not shown io. I-VaUy
    my surprise one bottle cured me the best blood purifier and constitution -
    I 11:611 pm 1:80 a m Leave......Pansacota.Arrlve 10:60 pm eao 9..I
    bound and well. I cheerfully recommend i builder to be had. SoU by all 1:111 aught 1:18" Uobemla_ I. 10:81" 1:toe .

    it to all who suffer as I did. druggists.Jfudg'm's. 12MI": 1:18.: ... "" __ Ynleltra__ "" 10:11"10:12" 801 bbl .
    I FaMIly bIedicina1 Use 1:1:211": ':18" Jaeambla!: .
    I or ._ Of 5:15
    It is also a very fine tonic. It increases 12:86": 'I: MnlaI- 10tI
    N ___ "
    12:. Of I 1:28 Harp __ 10:11" l.tO"
    : the appetite, aids digestion iHe Best 5c A PLUNGE 12:60 to .. '.116 o N _G'ltCItr: 10:10" I ..
    jerNATAL FOB 12M 118 Milton __ 10:10"I 510; .
    anl finally builds up the general i Into the suds at our Laundrywill 1:110 am t. _(food )Ranl''. _.. I I '.55 r
    1:611 9:16 Holt.__ tll" .
    health. You can use as
    you I The Sailor Lafldsmallt not harm your clothes, but will 7a5 1:1: : N :HIIIIKan __ of 8JO" I tau ,
    think best. Very truly 8T011KS MARKET.t or and ,:aB" 8:11I .14. Cret'.I'w ':11'" .:'b .
    make them fresh spotless. Our 1:00" IM DeerL.nde55 IU.
    W. B. DeLEACH. I work is always well doneand our deal 1:11" 8:19 II Mossy Head ltO Of ':14" I
    t Reported Dally for The N Of 1:18" I.
    311 Auburn Ave., Atlanta. Ga. i Ings honest If you are not suited 101 1:18" 6.:." N Of .D'Ful1lat8prUIL i. __ N Tau N 11. I
    : Ara
    ) ;
    :to6th, l?O:: I Colon Naval Store. CoKOM5. Swedish Punch Danish Aquartl, come to us and get a few measures o f: ltO. ':6'1. .Ponce d.LeOIL- ':11I.0 ':::11.
    German Kummel and other brands satisfaction. 1:00 Of 10:10 I ___WettY1l1e_ ':If". 1:51.:
    Druggist sell It at $1.00 per bottle. WW 13110 H_ __12 40 of imported Wines and Liquors. 1:011" 10:10 0 I "" __ CaryYlll'_ /", ,666:It.u I l.n 1W IfI.

    Send stamps for books or particulars, WG____ _..___ I 45 Q._ ? ,, 210 ." to 10:1: __ Bonlfar.-- N ':1'1" I e! a
    to the Uricsol Chemical Co, Los S_____ ___ 8 35 F..-.___ 8 _____ g Jrt BK .SMSOC, Bowen, Kentucky Whiskey, 24 years ,:00 to 11:11I" Of _MariannA_ 1:00" I.
    Angelos, Cal., or Atlanta, Ga. ';:m" 11:41.' _C7pre.e: N 1:11I" 11:4; ..
    __ ____ 3 00 nn ,? ___.-. : I W. INGRAHAM, Prop., 740: Of IIU" .. _GranlS Rldl_ 6:17 : ,
    For sale by (--.-- r.5 soCAbelow__ SOC I Valhalla Branch, corner Garden 11:58 to 12:M1 noon to _.._ tlneads 6n N 10." ..
    SIDNEY CAHN. i Ii .iT. TDr.sii*.- street and 10th avenue. .Phone 114. .. 372 E. Garden SL :16' 12:11 Of ArtlveRivlrilnoUoaLsave 6aD1Jeatv la.


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    : What RttarmlBK; Member: '.f tk. The smallest and the largest Are Being Made Daily Free of Chargeby t
    books in the world are'owned by the
    Pear the Red Cross Who .
    FOIEVS .7 and,Belief Expedition Saw. Physicians :
    British The former is a
    It was trifle past the afterglow:: of museum. Are Located at 111 West Chase

    sunset and the sea 'was a deep, rich tiny "bijou" almanac, less than an Street-Services for Three Months

    purple, with long flowing: swells. The inch square bound in red morocco
    Are Given Free to All Invalids Who 4 .. j (
    sky, a fine light turquoise blue at the and easily to be carried in the fingerof Call Upon Them Before April 21.

    horizon, gradually deepened Into a rich a lady's glove. The largest bookis

    cobalt la which a few stars twinkled.A an atlas of the fifteenth century.It A staff of eminent physicians and

    majority of the men were absorbed is seven feet high. Between its surgeons from the Red Cross Medical -' .
    in various occupation below when a Institute have at the urgent solicitation jt i

    KIDNEY CURE call of enthusiasm brought all up on pages a tall man is completely con of a large number of patients UIl"der : f : .

    deck. At a point low on the southeastern cealed. Its stout binding and enormous their care in this country, established -

    horizon a faint filri had arisen clasp make it look as solid as a permanent branch of the In. 1i 4
    stitute in this city at 111 West Chase '
    which quickly silently assumed the the walls of a room. These two ei- street. : tt4

    form of a curtain waving and mounting tremes of the printer's art might The eminent gentlemen have decided -.- 5.- P

    for upward in two stately columns pasta justifiably stand at the beginning to give their services entirely free .

    Guaranteed All Kidney aid Bladder Troubles Is Safe and SureFOLEY'S group of finely shaped cirro stratus.'In and the end of the bewildering seven for three months (medicine excepted), 1 4 .

    a few seconds it was across the zenith miles of shelves filled with books to all invalids who call upon them for 14 t' '

    displaying pink and blue lights which make a part of the treas treatment between now atd April 21st 4 t [Fi '
    with edgings at intervals of faint pur These services consist not only of con j. tI1 .
    KIDNEY CURE ures of the great English library. '
    pie and red. The columns descended sult&tions, examination and advice. but l.
    In spirals of also of minor surgical operations. The ; j4 .
    rapidly ever varying perspective '
    Robbed the Grave. obect in pursuing this course is to j t
    cures the most obstinate cases of until the avnct garde was lost -
    become rapidly and personally ac -
    behind the far northwest horizon. We A startling incident is narrated byJohn
    and bladder diseases. I quainted with the sick and afflicted, 4k : '
    kidney were about off tie Danish port of God Oliver of Philadelphia, as follows and under no conditions will any tjt. ;

    It supplies the kidneys with the FOLEY'SCures thaab, Greenland a sufficiently south charge whatever be made for any ser. -1' ) -
    : "I was in an awful condition.
    latitude this for the al- I
    era at season: vices rendered for three months to 1t. '

    \'. stances they need to build up 0 0wonderful ternatlon of day and night, and as the My skin was almost yellow, eyes sunken all who call before Arril 21st. The th 1' ti. ". -

    out tissues. heavens darkened the stars shone with doctors treat all forms of diseases and 3 ,
    the worn tongve coated, pain continually In L .
    Increasing brightness! through thi-s deformities and guarantee a cure In 's4

    It will cure Bright's Disease and K. great shimmering veil of light. bacK: and sides, no appetite growing; every case ..uey undottake. At the : ij'4
    examination i
    first Interview a thorough
    The heavens and the sen grew darker weaker day by day. Three physi
    Diabetes if taken in time, and a and darker and the aurora brighter; is made and if incurable you are -iii i' 'c.

    disorder ,. clans had given me up. Then I was I Ii j frankly told so; also advised against l t 44l4 -
    slight yields readily to the ;used and brighter in lightning; changes of speeding! money for useless treatment 11jV
    form and color, with the green and advised to use Electric Bitters; to)
    1E .
    curative of this I' Male and C male weakness catarrh 4' '

    power Acute b the yellow and blue rays predominating my great joy, the first bottle made a L : and catarrhal deafness; alsq vanocele, .
    great medicine. I y z" and the delicate :sheen; from the aurora's i rupture, goitre, cancer and all diseases ti' j. <
    light! writhing in fiery serpent decided Improvement. I continued I Vf
    of the rectum; are positivelycured 44
    it sooths and heals the urinary or. MostSkillful forms over the face of the moving wa their use for three weeks, and am 1 by their new treatment.: -4 ; .1 -l.t

    and invigorates the whole "i ters. What Imprestvene'iLat magnificence now a well man. I know they robbed I Their chief associate surgeon of tho f i j t ,

    Organs [ I I : It hold the soul as In a !'pt>l1.i the grave of another victim." NX) institute will be in personal charge. : 1F'1'r'. -

    system. If your kidneys are de-. ChronicKidney i There was not much talking. Splendid one should fail to try them. Only 5( Offices 111 West Chase. -" 4 ;tI"--$ j 4ofrcehoirs,9a.m.t4ip.m.Sun

    ranged commence by taking D as it was I afterward witnessed auroras cents guaranteed at W. A. D'Alfm 1 1bone's I-I 1.iayslOtol.
    Specialists v>!iich produced a d H-per Imp:!'!!-
    ; 121 S. Palafox street. "
    Mon. due doubtless to the prevnee of

    the lung: n'.zi't! : of the far north.-Franl.Vulbert : II '' II.

    FHH rv and T i Stoke- In Century. Birds and Landmarks. I NEW SCHEDULE. i i4!i : : ," 1T ;

    torah / It i is a matter of considerable difficulty OF t :I4y: = fj :'. .
    r U L E. i I'or: Drowned by a Limpet.A
    Bladder IN to determine at what distance 1t"
    I, recent writer in says: .
    nianey i "One of the islands in Clew bay during from home a bird can direct! STEAMER CAPTAIN! FRITZ, : ,it, ,:: :

    Dis ---pring tide's is connected with the its course by landmarks. Trained J. N. ROGERS, Manager. ; i. 1 :-. : ,; 1 .

    KIDNEYGURE and mainland by a sandy stretch which pigeons can do so for hundreds of I : ioI "j'! r .
    evidently I Is explored by the faxes of miles and shore birds and those I Leave Freeport Monday and ; :f.

    eases E the neighborhood when opportunity Thursday mornings. 'r... ; :
    "Bladder ; which breed, in cliffs near the sea i .. i -. .\
    I' Arrive at Pen aco13 Monday and : :
    occurs. Lately one of the islanders T. ;
    at once. It will make you welL have no difficulty whatever in reaching h t. i-- ,
    Thursday nil r.t'
    this strand to the main- .
    crossing by
    DiS-\ their homes"after once strikingthe Leave Pentacola Tue-day and ; .',r I JI i ': ,
    dead of drowned .
    land found the body a g
    A Physician Healed Now Prescribes It Daily coast: line. These birds are conspicuously Friday nigtt. ; i.,:
    fox beside i a large rock. On investigation Wednesday I i:4.. ; ; ;
    : Arrive at Freeport I
    in the mat-
    Dr. Ceo. Swing, a practicing physician at Smith'sCroe Q itant -ed eases the man discovered that the fox conservative and Saturday morning : .: ', -' l t f
    Ky., for over thirty years, writes his personal Y was firmly held) by the tongue by a !big ter of nesting sites breeding- bv I i i' /. I:

    experience with FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE: "For years : limpet. Evidently reynard had seen myriads in a few colonies, to which "J 4-v
    I have been greatly bothered with kidney and bladder MEN AND WOMEN.UM : J ;1
    rock and
    the shellfish moving on the they return at stated intervals. 44.:
    trouble and enlarged I used Big(J for unnatural :i' I
    gland. -IR.E
    prostate everything had tried to annex it, but the limpet di.rharge.Jn5.flimftItfl f'iJ:: IGsit..taM 'I. 1
    known to the profession without relief,until commencedto i'1 1
    irritationi or ulceratioui I ,
    use FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE. After taking three bot- proved too sharp and closing down of mUCOUS tnerubrane ; ./"i'-.. "I'F '
    ties I was entirely relieved and: cured. I prescribe it now' held the fox firmly till the rising tide ,., ( PainlMB, and not utrmllEVUSCNUIIUlCO -'. j, I1 I ICIEINIIAIIO j
    grnt or pniiouuui. 11
    daily in my practice and heartily recommend its use to all drowned Llm." a. Sold by nranlil'orient t 11 t, t' l-l -

    physicians; ; for such troublesfor 1 can honestly, state I have CLURJ? iL nabbing atiii:' t.II. in plain wrsppff, .; t': ;,I' pp :'i I ;

    prescribed it in hundreds of cases with perfect success." Graspit-Yes I'm u self made man. ,' $'rOOrhol$5.(ur : ;; -1 1 l\. i'-t '

    Had 1 to Get Cynicus-Well I must say you are CircuUl flit on teuuertCHICFCSTER '\ ;) }t ;
    Up Several Times Every Night -- --- -____ _.: ri 'f I J :
    entitled to a great deal of credit for 5-.-_----- ----- IiYFOYL
    Mr. F. Arnold, Arnold, la., writes: I was troubled S charitable act. S CflCltSH i :t I'V;f '
    your i
    with kiJney disease about three years. I was nervous PBBUKEDONLYBV.FQliEY&COMPANY. --- ltlS .
    all down and Craspit-: \ lint charitable net? -- -G .,.. ,.. I .. ..
    rd: run had to get up several times during -,-..... tI..I..1 .Iy .uh I : 'I .
    then jht, but three bottles of FOLEY'S Cynicus-Uehe\ the Lord of th! A Guaranteed Cure fur Piles "J ".H.t:. ,....r. ..'. t ...'IP-.....1'J "-..$ I-v. -
    KIDNEY CURE i'-t tg .
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    c 1..7. I.4'iIC1IF"Ti5t' ro..Ll-,1I: i
    d4 a complete I feel responsibility.-Cleveland 1'lain Deal ,..', : ,. ...* I t :. J. i'5
    mmenJ it to cure.friends."better than I ever did if&'7 CHICAOO. ILLINOIS Itchi-g! rimj, Klet-dinz or ProtrodiriPlVc. (- -'t.?'afX; 7.'Ju\i ,"ktlx :""*>"'' .4'' ltd Tu1 i *h"Ui Ib'*-t IM. 1trrw.. I If- ." I-t :1
    ul: h; > my .
    er. '
    //' lmtt -
    U.5.A. Y' ur iiru'jeln *iil rffunJ you r rLte"I' 4* if i 1'1e' .

    TWO SIZES 50c and $1.00 $ //o Makes a Clean Sweep. money tf I'\7.o 01X1MWT! : ; fall! to (urYOlo e !\ C,,: '" 'I'. 'i'l-I!, t .,t "..1.....".,... .'. :.1'-.. "I.j. ftI fI'.J. ,
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    There's nothing like doing thingthcrongh'y. Ctrsnts; .. .UK.... .u.'o... . ... "' 1q5 ;'1.1 t
    a --- 1 5-,.. c. ". -5 It' .
    \V. A. I>';\.l4Fl IlERTE, Xii. l 121 l S. Palafox St. Of all the Salves you '.. ,",'4-- 5. '. .' .<,.- 11k'1lF" ; !' H' w I J. *

    -- l
    vcr heard of, DuckIen's Arnica Sai\e 1+ {
    All who us Atomizers in treating nasal J. A. VAN PELT. J. C. VAN FELT. I f .
    s the best. It sweeps away andcures

    Classified A\TCr iSelnellts. catarrh wi'l! get the! best result 3urns, Sores Cruises, Cuts Boils: VAN PELT BROTHERS 4'1r i ii

    from Ely's Liquid Crei-n Balm. Price 1 LTlcers, Skin Eruptions and Files. It's ,
    -- -- i I
    including spraying tubi', 73: cts. Sold (JUly 23c, and guaranteed to give ,
    ONE CENT A WORD. atisfaction byV.. A. D'Alemberte, I
    by druggists or mailed! by Ely Bros, i STllPltE '
    -- I iruggist, 121: S. Palafox street. AID| fANCY GROCERS. :
    WANTED. 00 Warrui St., X. Y.

    MONEY '_ n _.. __ .,. .
    TO LOAN \L\XTED-OrganizHs for an established Xew Orleans, Sopt.\ 1, 1900. SEE ELECTRIC LIGHTS AT SOL.DMON'S. ,ttiit; ,
    \ Messrs. Ely IJros.:-1 sold two bot
    Fraternal Insurance Company -
    01 ti ,i.' r- uiubie: terms! and ANY PART OF THE CITY
    with latest plans and business Cuam Balm to 'e
    Wl: Jr' U:'I I ties of jour Liquid a cs4.

    J. \V. UULLAKD methods. I :iige salaries paid I customer Wm. Lamberton 1413;; Deaichaise Try The News, 10 cents per week, Have Added ta Stock a Complete Assortment cf Anti.Rust Tinware. Posi. ,
    2s s- P :fox, Up-Stair-
    good( men.Vritc\ for full particulars. tively Cj<:nn'eed Not to Rust. This is Something that Housekeepers 5
    J. A. \ViroMtnag.r.MOJEY St., New Orleans; he ha '
    TilE UNITED AMERICANS, have rot had the Opportunity to Purchase Before.
    used the two bottles giving him won- .
    Warder I51 Ig., Washington D. C. TA ti Vatn tJ t .
    TO LOAN March 2ioa\\4\\ lertiil and most balisfactory results. J. : VAN PELT BROTHERS

    ., GHO W. McDL'FF, Pharmacist.You .
    ( ">i4 "ioj<, horses, wapoas! ,
    n.' :ure ut I..I an other kind ofi ACTIVE CATHOLIC LADY TO WORK .I v- i-; '4

    i i '-i. i i'ri.p..rty. I5usine s prit AT HOMi $:Jt5: paid for 12 lIars want a good fIln'J tuner to INSURANCE TELEPHONE NO. 231 ..4 ...I 31 EAST GARDEN ST. -l ', '
    t mil': !rant-ed. AND : t tc
    xt'Kvy trial. Permanent if in Pen acola, still hold -
    -1 ." l' 'afi.\ :'t. A. A. Fi-her. stay you : :
    b.u-k your ordtr. !'tE'Il.J it in. I have REAL ESTATE
    2in tf Ungwall, Lakeside Building 1* i
    had 20 and have Doors andWindow
    years' experience \
    Chicago. No.I South Pilafox Street. \
    MUHY' ill( I.OAX-W.. Men ; worked in several piino factories. :' If-
    -- ----
    w, "T. Luau: AI.'E'llt.Ion"y: to I Orders left at Johnson's book store
    I, .11 i, r. i-wuble rate of interest: WANTED 6 YOUNtJ MEN from will be attended to. Partial list; of dwellings for rent in Screens j jI

    : d -(curity. OHice 112 aud E'cambii County at once to prepare CHAS.V.. PKESSLEY. various parts of the city:
    for Po-itious in the Govern- : : .
    It-: lit J 1'jrrajona street.ilOF.V I iti:
    ---- meat harvlce.\ Apply to $JO.-Corner Baylen anti Cervantes HAVE YOU -

    .. '1O LKXl: ) ou improved I Ir' Inter-tiute: C irres. Iiirt.:; OYSTERS AT NIC APOSTLE'SFine street. 2 story modern dwelling / S THE PROTECTION AND I
    .Ilte. in lan l' or small Cedar Rapid: with 9 rooms. "
    Ii! v at low fate (,f intt re"ti d&wlm oysters today. Try them.NIC b- \ COMFOP.TTIIEYAFFORDI ? :
    l' '.. I. -lie[ E. J'.rooks, aiti ruey -- -- -- -- APOSTLE.CO ?25.-East LaRua street, 2 storydwelling -
    For lU-nt. Vtt
    'IW '2 .*. PaUfoz lt.:: Fibtruilii with 12 rooms. All Get Prices Now. te

    $ FoR RBXr-In: opera houe build-' modern convenience, bath on

    lIn\EY: '10-DAY-Do lied ii g' ou ground Moor, one store and TO E. W. PEAKE'S upper floors, corner lot, nice ; 4 "4tiII
    you otLce; ou seconu ll'jor, three officei.febO .r-----a- H. G. DeSilva & Co. u' i"Zr1i
    1 ,\ 11can borrow any Xo. SO South 1'alafox street, for your yard and shrubbery stables, --: _
    *: v u w.nit today on ei-ie t I outhouses, etc.
    l' i iwf.t rate* anywhere NICELY lurnibhed rooms with bath electrical work. He is prepared to : :11.:
    ., '|25.; -North Palafox street; a nice one ------ Tolojaliozao I
    improved city real $l.J\ and ? .0o'\ week; with good do you a fir: t-elas J') ) at moderatepricts. -. if.. fp
    \Vn. Fisher, 3W4' > story modern dwelling with -
    : zH.Y .
    Loan $300;; week; central location : rhone 2u.\ ;!
    s-: t. lu.[( hard wood floors all modern

    U' y' ''w 2C i; South Spring street between conveniences. rn ROYAL STANDARD VOW\
    :1\ b.rrow in- '
    T"' money West Romana and Garden streets. Ck1nln ladies!;! pkir.a: an l "II"i\li't
    i iure' your propi-rty I' Z2.50.nOrest: Gregory street; 2 .
    .. .tr ICI:; of title buy or -Triascieat-- -solicited.- -- mIPIm.L.tlt dry.(III fine of OT specialties. Mir L.>un.I story dwelling with\ 7 rooms. 8 Years Old in Gases cf 4 Foil Quarts, at $3.23 per case
    -'a ", r-nt pn.peny of I
    A -'- i : 210 North Barcelona street 2
    ti. n. have rents cot ;I __ !I $20.- ; 1

    1 r ''ur t IXI''; afenfid to, FOil S.\Ll-I..arge ice box suitablefor story dwelling; with 8 rooms. WHISKEY distilled at the Nelson Co. V '2f

    t e: r a idre- 1'hoa. C.. Watson saloon, grocery store or butcher CHOICESTOF $15.-311 West Garden street; 5 room THIS., Distillery: and is fully matured in wood

    \.l U .ti. hH.itb: and Insurance shop In good order and will be cottage. : b .
    t' :!-Jc ,l.i, Fla.: Cr-ames: celled 11 quality by any Whiskey of the same age
    II To who sold to make room for new one. $15.-313:: North Spring street; 6/ room II
    buys Standard
    everyone 20 matter where produced. The Royal %
    It, I ui we will lend moaiyi AS-2w S. A. FRIEDMAN. I house with gas, water, etc. i Is eight years old when bottled, and, considering *f"* 4
    '-: obuiUuhome.. bd-tf, f FRUITS AEDCON1ECTIONER I ) $12.50.-417 East Gregory street, 6 its excellent quality, is the cheapest whiskey in i
    ---- FOR I'AUThe desirablelots As and ,
    l'ol I). most room 2 story dwelling. the market at that price. a beverage as Aij
    in the city on easy terms by &n absolutely; pure stimulant there is none better
    -- ---
    F." Hunch: of Keys. Owner the Fisher Real Estate Agency, -AT- J1250.-S06 East Gadsden street, 5 Shipped in cases; containing no marks whatever to

    t -iime by calling at this 2W, South Palafox. ISaltn room cottage. : indicate contents. If purchaser upon examining .

    'i'ifjin< property and piy- -- 0. APOSTLE'S. $11.-611 East Belmont street, 5 room the whiskey, is not satisfied with the quality be '
    ? lion r ding: House. : the at our and -
    notice. Mitt ean return tame expense money

    F, X urn sied bull Ternor HOAIWlr\lJ HOUSE at WnE'eler 14 East Gararetct St. $11.-700 cottage.East Belmont street 5 will be refunded. it ..
    Spring, Mary Ether; Fla.. Mrs. .- S All orders should be accompanied by either _
    al '
    b'ack. Call F. M.
    on : rooms. currencypostothcemnneyorderbankdraftorez.! S
    Uoodon, proprietress. All the
    H 1"nor Garden and PalaUl.MOVAI. comforts of home at very reasonable Formerly Cordova tanrant8tau< $12.-419 East IntKidentia street. 6 5- 5 press! money order. We refer to First National :

    f Northern tourists will Bank or any merchant in Pensacola. .1
    1wEL rate
    > room cottage.
    One car-load of Pineapples at I1.7 S -
    find this an ideal place to spend a :
    ... to $2.00 per dozen. $10.-136 East Chase street, 5 room
    S portion of the season. 12nlra S. A. FRIEDMAN

    .\M\()X n'thp.: tailor ha; -; cottage. ,
    ; IT 11.. West Government I\ -w-w-w-wwww'-'\1. 'l"lnl-.n". $ 9.-910 East LaRua street 4 room c.-
    : H. ALFMAN, umbrella maker, 315 5- Sots PROPRIETOR, PKSSACOLA, FLA.P. ,r' .- e
    TIt Expre-s office cottage., .
    'if 1i\ i .
    pr 'pired: to clean, rp- 8<%utb Palafox! Ftre ,t. R -covering ri1f A large list of smaller dwellings, as' -
    -"'" IsIe'!: and "Ule- I and r' rafrin -of umbrellas and offices 'S O. BOX 418. TELLPllOXE 170 I. :

    i.;: id"v'ts.! :16j"rnK pirij-ols: -pi-ciilty.. Silk cover L' These tiny Capsules ire supencrt; well as a number of stores and -
    I Ie. 1 .
    11.\- St I nlw'tys' on tund.: jan3 % VI to') Balsaa of Copabx! -\ for rent. 'm1Jait1I luI '4 S -
    i K c.o ), t
    "ij -----_.._... i Dresses made from-$L50Thp. Other \ Cbeb and tnJ blr. Y.1. TIIOS. C. WATSON & CO.. fjfl handle very class of Liquors (d, IDbnltc

    ,\H m Ir. J; [ sewing as reasonable 26 South !3 TLenrew43h"umthe Letdicg Real Estate, Rental and or bottle, wholesale or retail, at prices that! ;

    .H : in Hair alll1f'lc'l !Ia.L J.ooUlWi 'n1"m 1". : Insirance Agents 1 South Palafox: are wiy down. i !
    Spring between West Romana and s- '
    W't, Arti-le*, Hiir Oil I 1 .1.-:: i\, P ,,-, n4.csic: street AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PA3ST BEERJ '
    't Uo\ernmeut street. [ Garden streets. m9-lm .' .- -- -


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    All Don't Think Alike. AN OLD CITIZEN TORTURING


    ill ride
    There are some people WIIO \I not DISFIGURING

    upon the electric cars-others do. Thereare

    also some people who still thin the OLD ESTEEMED CITIZEN OF

    primeval method of using sour mirk and soda H HasArrivedFAMOUS JACKSON COUNTY SHOT COWN AN ARCH
    for leavening: bread is the best. They MYSTERIOUSLY Skin Scalp and Blood

    haven't tried "GOOD LUCK" Baking

    Powder. Humours no end of st.\i, a.: ,

    Marianna, Fla., April 13.-Mr. JohnJ. a superb finish.
    Richmond, Virginia. Pelt, an old and esteemed citizenof

    --- -- -- ---. - DEWEY AT ANCHOR TODAY IN this county, while turkey huntinglast Speedily Cured by Cuticura

    + PENSACOLA HARBORThe Saturday, was shot and instantly
    1..1 0..1 Soap Ointment and Pills
    milled. He remarked as he-left home ,

    i SOCIAL ECHOES | early that morning that he was goingin

    .I j moat famous fighting vessel search of a bunch of wild turkeys When the Best Physicians and

    j ti101 1 1 NNIII/NN afloat is noat anchor in Pensacola that ranged near his house, and that

    harbor. This is none other than the he would not be gone long.
    i Miss Jessie Whiting vt Mobile: will All Else Fail.
    About an hour later the report of a
    protected cruiser Oiympia, the flag-
    arrive this afternoon to be the guest
    of Mrs.V.. B. Wright. ship of the Carribean squadron and gun was heard in the direction in

    used by Admiral Dewey in the terrible w'uich he had gone. He did not return The agonizing itching and burringof

    Mrs. D. F. Lowe is entertaining her onslaught at Manila on May 1, 1898 during the forenoon, and his the skin, as in eczema; the frightful

    mother, Mrs. A. C. Wyly of Montgomery. when the fleet of the Spanish admiral, family, becoming uneasy, Instituteda scaling,as in psoriasis; the loss of hair

    Montejo, was wiped out of existence.The search. He was found about a half and crusting of the scalp, as in scallcd $3 Patent Kid

    famous and beautiful ship came mile from his house. lIe had fallenin head; the facial disfigurements, as In end Kid.

    The Wednesday Musicale: will meet up to the city shortly before 10 o'clock a crouching position behind a blindof pimples and ringworm ; the awful suffering Various Tips and

    tomorrow afternoon at 2:20 at the residence this morning and dropped anchor two hickory bark, his gun and hat lying of Infant, and anxiety of worn- Heels o j*
    out parents,as in milk cru t, tetter and
    t of Mrs. F. E. Brawner. miles oil Baylen street wharf. She where he had laid them beside him salt rheum,-all demand remedy of

    remained at that anchorage three and his reed "yelper" still in his left almost superhuman: virtues to lucces'

    rI It was with much reluctance the hours when Roar Admiral lligg;nson, hand. fully cope with them. That Cuticura: MEYER'S

    many friends of Captain Emory and Commander-in-Chicf ot the North Atlantic Death had been instantaneous. His Soap, Ointment and Pills are such ,
    the officers of the Indiana bade them stands proven beyond all doubt. No !.- < or '. OF COURSE
    killing was unintentional, perhaps i :. _
    squadron, signalled from the statement is made regarding them that: :
    goodbye. Their return is looke.1 for and done It \\i not the e\i-
    Illinois that the Olympia mote up was by 'negro. seems justified by strongest
    ward to with pleasure.Mr. .dence. The purity and sweetness the
    nearer. In a short time the big cruiser that he had no enemies, but no one ,
    power to afford immediate relief, the
    was seen to be xnging around and had reported the shooting, as an innocent certainty of speedy and peVmanent
    + and Mrs W. O. II. Shepard are
    very soon she moved over and man should. Tracks indicate cure, the absolute safety and great
    entertaining their son Mr. W. Thrower dropped anchor near the Massachusetts. that the negro fired from a kneeling economy have made them the standard
    his wife and two little skill cures, blood purifiers and humour
    Shepard, She is in plain view from Pal- position about CO yards in the rear of
    1 remedies of the civilized world.
    girls. afa\ wharf and citizens may now havean Mr. Pelt and then came up to withina Bathe the affected parts with hot

    opportunity of looking upon and few yards of the man before he water and Cuticura Soap,to cleanse the
    Mr. John P. O'Connor has been visiting we ship from the deck of discoveredhat he had shot, and then surface of crusts and scales, and soften ------- -
    spending a few days in Montgomery.Miss the thickened cuticle. Dry, without
    which was directed by Admiral Dewey ran away. hard rubbing,and apply Cuticura Ointment -

    Lillie Taylor who has been enjoying tae Mania engagement. The wounds indicated a mixed load freely, to allay itching, irritationand

    a trip with friends in a private The Olympia was preceded yesterday of birdshot large buckshot, and perhaps inflammation,and soothe and heal, .
    by the gunboat Marietta and this a larger bullet or slug. The examination and,lastly,take the Cuticura Resolvent
    returned home.
    car Pills, to cool and cleanse the blood.
    I' morning was accopmanied by the pretty by Dr. N. A. Baltzell showed This complete treatment, costing but

    Mrs. Robinson, Miss Robinson, Miss cruiser San Francisco. All these that death was caused by a large one dollar, affords instant relief, permits

    j Genevieve Robinson and Miss Tesst vessels have been placed In position shot or bullet, which had entered the rest and sleep in the severest

    r of New York will arrive this after where they can be plainly seen from head from the rear, touched the med.ul1a forms of and eczema humours and other Itching, Uniform in quality, delicious An earthenware pot should be
    burning scaly of the skin,
    \ noon to be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. the wharves. oblongato and passing betweenthe scalp and blood, and points to a speedy, always, invigorating ever, and used for Tetley's Tea, to preserve

    F. C. Drent. Flying proudly from the Olympia's two hemispheres of the brain permanent and economical cure when at little cost per cup. Tetley'sTea.

    } masthead is the blue flag of Rear Admiral without cutting the membrains, severed all other remedies and the best physicians its delicacy of flavor.

    , Mrs. ZeN: entertained the Nomads 13. Coghlan. Rear Admiral Cogh- the optic nerves and probably dropped fail. __ u ) J JJ Js01
    ' 'i yesterday afternoon. I.I Ian is second in command of the North to the throat. The ball was not ASK YOUR GROCER.
    : :
    : Atlantic squadron and of course when found. Wadding found Indicated thata
    ft Heed-rthe; ;
    Captain entertained -
    ; his vessel is with the battleship; squadron breach-loading shotgun was the -. -
    ,,41 a delightful party last night ijiiSjTESOn -
    he is out-ranked by Rear -Admiral weapon The coroner's jury has not :

    at tIle new Country Club. Francis J. Ilig nson. yet rendered verdict, but the sheriff 1

    r '!he Olympia! is under command of seems confident that the Killing was L
    The Wliist Club moots with Mrs. ,_ .. '_ _....:
    Captain W. H. Lyon. She is a protected accidental by a negro who was turkey : ,
    Robert A. Hyer Friday afternoon at
    .ItI\, 4 (,'cloett.I:1 ;. \ cruiser of a displacement of 5.S70 hunting, and that he knows what negro account of the attraction at the 1$401 iH 1 1 d t; ItM0/01@I4lN.tHits :

    tons anti is capable of traveling nearly did it.FINAL. opera house tonight the Terminal .
    io \I", .
    : The Ladies of :St. Katherines Guild : :::2 knots an hour. She was built Company will run a late train to and ) @)_ .

    s.t'fir\ gave a very harming Caster egg twelve years ago at San Francisco by PLANS from Barrancas, leaving the city after 1 0:;r411t....' S;

    ,', ; hunt yesterday afternoon on the me Union Iron Works at a cost of the preformance.The .

    1 church grounds. It was largely attended $1, :J,6o9. She :s 340 feet long 33 .
    meeting of the country club,
    and was quite a success socially feet wide and has a draught of 21\? FOR SMOKERTHE
    which was to have taken place tonight
    and financially. feet. She has -117 men aboard. Her I New Orleans Ornery I
    has been postponed until Thursday
    main batteries consist of ten -inch ,
    LOCAL COMMITTEE WILL night. The affair will occur at the
    and Frank Lee have been
    Mr. Mrs. rapid fire guns, four 8-inch breech .
    : entertaining Mr. Lee's brother and loading rifles mounted in haibette ENTERTAIN MEN OF THE FLEET handsome new club house on the bay JAMES McHUGH, Prop. t

    i wife for a few days. They left yester turrets vitL a protection of 3!2 and front. --" --- .

    i, day. l\2 inches of steel. Her second bat MONDAY NIGHT. Damon Lodge No. 13, K. of P., meets !
    t teries consists of fourteen G-pomder ROASTED COFFEES
    -- at 8 o'clock tonight in regular conven tO
    I The annual meettng of the perish rapid fires, seven pounder rapid
    I tion. The matter of the big Pythian ,
    i' rif Christ's churth held Definite arrangements have been .
    was yestery fires and one gattling.: celebration will come up for discussion D -
    afHTPoon at 0 o'clock in the new The san Francisco is a protected made to have the smoker on next Monday !
    t4i well several other
    i as as important -
    .arch, the Rector Iel'erc \'al H. night and Mrs. Kessler requests s
    cruiser of 4S"9: tons. Her cost was subjects. All members are requested tt BLENDED TEAS !
    'h.iley pr('<:idin Th>re were quitea $1.42Sfi'jrt. She was also built! at San that all the ladies be at the armory to attend. .

    number of the members of the parish Francisco by the same firm which con- on Monday morning by not later than v

    present. The Secretary, Mr. William structed the Olympia. Her main battery ten o'clock to make their final arrangements IKE HENDERSON WAS OUR SPECIALTIES. :

    t E. Anders. being! absent, Mr. James ; contains twelve /0-inch breech I and that all who have contrib\ 0O -I .
    C Watson ?as >oiap.l i rated cakes or other articles for the :
    : np; temporary j lua.liKg< rifles fche: is command by $ Cd) -t :
    The 'coon the eleven entertainment have them there at that
    M-rotary.[ ( of [ Captain A. Walker. I Ike Henderson, the white man who C. .

    n' 1Il1)C'r (.r the vestry resulted as. !i The Marietta is a small gunboat oJ. time. pleaded guilty yesterday to selling 0 I e 'UC. :::7J I

    r. llow.s Mr.V.. K. Hir. Sr. Jlr.Henry She takes this means of comnumi.
    : 1MN' ) tons. She is commanded by liquor on Sunday and without a license 1

    Burs, Judge;; John C. Avery' !\ Lieut. Commander N. 15. Diehl. eating with them, as it will be impossi was given a hearing before 1 I'n" :

    MrY K. Hyer. Jr., Mr II. G. DeSilva, bee to see each one ana many have no United States Commissioner Tunison O a en4 1D

    }:r. W-ilkor Jn Taham. Mr William };. TEXAS DID NOT telephones. this and bound to '
    morning was : over 1
    I. Ail.en Walk- GET AWAY TODAY I f ear = :
    Ander II\, Mr. H. Mr. z
    the coming:; term of the federal court. : 1Z
    (Ar.dcrhon., Mr. W. H. Knowles! and Henderson's bond was placed at $: OOI it Ii
    Mr. James C. Watson The Treasurer The battleship Texas did not get in default of he sent I :
    same was to 1W
    then presented his annual report away this morning as had been intended WHY/ VIE/ iSE AGENTS I land I the county jail.A )y its F; i m 1

    the sailing orders having been "TI
    which was receive and ordered fir'I.1 \ 1
    ) changed last night. It is stated that % < *
    The chairman of the building ,
    : comitmten I SWEET BREATHis li.t .
    that the ship will leave Pensacola early in Here Arc Seme of I C") :
    presented! a report stating the Convincing
    a never failing sign a healthy 10
    committee had the the morning and will not wait for her Facts That Caused /
    tae accepted new Ii us to Take ,
    stomach. When the breath is bad O ,3a
    who it is announced wi.l join
    church building and that the same had Captain the Agency for the Fulton Compounds 1
    the stomach is out of order. Thereis
    clot the i-ar'r-h a little o\er J23.00I: )) the ship at Norfolk. Supplies were the First Things Known I"I .
    taken on the battleship last evening. that Cure Chronic no remedy in the world equal to -
    and that ail bills with contractors etc., Kidney Dis 0 I
    Kodol Dyspepsia Cure for curing Indigestion : 1-4
    1 had been settled.: The chairman of eases. ..J 1- 4I
    '! MASSACHUSETTS IS dyspepsia and all stomach
    finance committee r .ade, a detailed! re'j a i
    ) I FILLING HER BUNKERS. disorders. Mrs. Mary S. Crick, of 1Z
    First, let it be
    distinctly understood that
    t port with voucher. etc., these reports
    I _ every one of tbe below had been diagnosed White Plains, Ky, writes: "1 have 1
    being aceptod a rote of thanks was Early this morning the collier Lebanon by one or more physicians as chronic and in. been a dyspeptic for 'ears-tried all HIGH CRADE CROCERIES WHOLESALE AND RETAIL i
    I tendered the retiring vestry and the was swung around to the side curable; second note the certainty of-th re- kinds of remedies but continued to ,
    meeting adjourned. ulis as shown \j the alto of the :
    : recovery !
    of the battleship Massachusetts and friend they told who were similarly adictej grow worse. By the use of Kodol I jot Feed Stuffs of All Kinds. -

    the big vessel at once began to take with supposed incurable kidney diseases.N. began to Improve at once and after
    Mrs. T. V. Kessler! wishes to state on, a supply of fuel to be ready to W. Spauldlng, President SpauldIng Saw taking a few botttles am fully restored PHONE 105. =
    it that the smoker for the men in the Co., San Francisco,bad a recovery In his owa
    leave when the Commander-in family and told !several others who recovered. in weight, health and strengthand LI
    if fleet will take place Monday night, Adolph WeiUe, capitalist, San Francisco, N/N / / 1 1/ HJi//N
    orders.; It was stated today that this can eat whatever I like." Kodol
    recovered hlinbult and told two friends who
    4 April 2Wh. She also wishes all who
    battleship and others may be ordered digests what you eat and makes the -- ----
    have promised donations to send themto Dr. Carl D. Ziele pioneer drncrtat.V!" Pacific
    away early next week. This was froma street, baa Francisco recovered himself and stomach sweet. Hargis Pharmacy,
    the armory as early as possible on gave It to more than a dozen patients who recovered JAMES HUGHES
    c good source but not an authoritativeone. John Sheppard, Sidney Kahn.jtadng's .
    Monday morning:; and that the ladies Charles Engelke. editor the German paper ,
    who hare promised to assist her in San Francisco recovered himself and tola it to .
    a number who recovered, one of them being
    ti the work will meet her there not later GIVEN SHORE LEAVE Cbarles F. W acker, the Sixth street merchant. fife Bestor $c.
    R. M. Wood, editor Wine acct Spirit ReVIew
    than 10 o'clock.TRAVELING. FROM THE CRUISERS. recovered himself and told It to several whorecovered
    pfcTltcUa., amang thud being an d-w.houl Up-to-date people read The News. BOILER[ AND MACHINE f WORKS5

    IS DANGEROUS. A large number of men from the Edward Short of the Sao Francisco Call recovered !.
    also three of his friends, viz: William YOU CAN SEE YOUR EASTER
    Constant motion Jars the kidneys, three cruisers now in port were given Martin Captain Hubbard of the Honolulu route
    and William Hawkins of the U. S. Quartermatter's SUIT IN GRAY, GOODMAN & RADER'S -
    which are kept in place in the body by shore leave this afternoon and manyof Department of Sao Francisco
    delicate attachments. This is the John A. Phelpa ot the Hotel Kepelier, San WINDOW BOILERS AND MACHINERY BOUGHT AND SOLD.
    them are on the land for the first Francisco and two of his friends,etc. ete
    reason that travelers, trainmen, streetcar time in half a )"ear. The vessels have The kidneys are the aewen that strain the
    rolaoni out of the system. We can stand the WANTED.WANTEDRiveters.
    men teamsters; and all who drive been in foreign waters for the past derangement for a abort while but warn the --- - 8ot to 807 South Palafox St.
    Interference becomes chronic (permanent), as from.
    much suffer from kidney diseasein
    very several months and the fact that they first explained by Bright, It is only a uesilon PHONE 123 and 292. POSTOFFICE BOX 401
    of how before death will ensue. It Is then diem. to Boardof
    some form. Foley's Kidney Cure are now at an American port famed called long Brightt Disease and Incurabe.: All to $3.04 per Apply

    strengthens the kidneys and cures all for courtesies to navy men, is a source kidney trouble develop into this brat about Labor Employment, Navy Yard,
    form of kidney and bladder disease. the 8th to luth month. The above eases were Pensacola, Fla. A11.3A. L
    of gratification to incurable all known
    officers and men by other means people
    Geo. E. Hausan, locomotive engineer, alike. .. having kidney disease should begin at flit witn GREENHUT & CO. Jl
    the only known thing that will cure It :r it has
    Lime, 0., writes: "Constant vibration reached IL* serious state Pultont Renal \\ ;I ftaJ-Wine buy, 14 to 1. yedre
    Compound for Brlght's aid Kidney Diseases, II 1; ,
    of the engine caused me a great The same applies to the ten and for blabetes, |1.SO. Joan J. Fulton Co., psi of age to deliver goods and make. 14'.WHOLESALE

    deal of trouble with my kidneys, andI twenty cent candies sold by Jacoby, pounders.Washington Bend street for iiillil Ban Francisco 1 1. {Sg arlt s.le corn-souafeau himself useful GROCERS,

    got no relief until I used Foley'sKhlney that does to the thirty. They are put up L wr ttla cill Pensacola Produce and Commission

    Cure." W. A. D'Alemberte, in attractive shape and equal or superior HANNAH EROS, Company, 15 West Government st.

    1:1 South Palafox street. to many high-priced candies. Agents for Pensacola, Fla. A13-tf. Nos. 102, 104,106 East Government St, PENSACOLA, FLATHI


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