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 15, 1903
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular


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

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Weekly news (Pensacola, Fla.)
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that she -would. It was deemed advisable treme forward part of the ship and in-

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be made at once and fit the vessel for .r ,
a return be made to the rightful path. the intended European cruise. Xo better story can be told than in the success of the right,principles, r ';t'-,. 1 1 "'.u';
"In the growing incidents and constantly r Mr. Hoar said: >
I I A great people in the city this one of picturesAU the views PAY HOMAGETO "jIore '
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changing conditions of our : than any other statesman .I I :
h people's: life, new issues and new have been unable to view the damage \have been reviewed ny ship's officers down to his time-more than any ; ,. ., t

subjects of political thought: and 'and have wanted to very much. To and their correctness and minuteness other statesman I can think of, sate ,i I : t

NAME CHEERED action must frequently present themselves give the people an idea of the damage is not disputed. Lincoln alone-he had a steadfast I' "J 1 .-' i
to the test of democratic judgment JEFFERSON'r and abiding faith in justice, righteousness "/ : 1
The sincere for wrought and the way things look on and the : t t
only way our liberty as prevailing :1 1f
p-irty to deal with these is, first, to the damaged portion of the vessel i THE BATTLESHIP, FLEET abiding forces in the conduct of .y. '
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,IIJ. BRYAN'S WAS HISSEDT discover their character and their The News has had pictures made I TO DISPERSE. states and that justice and righteousness jm 1 \ fit' I ill'ill'and i

tendon for good and evil and which wi.i gin those who hate notseen I. -- AT.A NON-POLITICAL DiNNERHOAR were sure to prevail where any j' '' ,I. ;1 !
th.-renpomi to treat them in such manner people bear rule in perfect: liberty. 1 tl '. "1.;
the ship an idea of what the | Iy! next Tuesday there will probablynot I I I
will constitutional the doctrine ;
as recognize l'PhI. as a cornerstone :J. 'i;! : ,
; THE JEFFERON DAY BANCurT nmricti.m and the necessity of safe bursted gun did. : bo a battleship in Pensacola bay !. he laid the foundation of a republic" f 1 M .t I 1 If ',j jif I
conservatism, while at the same time i I The pictures were made by a phoCLEARING This announcement was made this Charles Emory Smith responded) to :; : ..
GIVEN BY THE TAMMANYHA we Keep in sight our unfailing guide j NON-POLITICAL DINNER IN "The Louisiana Purchase" speaking :i l ( trl

and the supreme object of our political in part as follows: 1 ,j.: ', '.i 1
: endeavor a conscientious regardfor I WASHINGTON. I I "The purchase of the Louisiana *;

the best and highest interests of '," "" ,'.. .. II! territory was \by common consent the r .
the without of Thomas Jefferson's W .
people of the land favoritism I f'? I I supreme act .
\pril 11.-night; hun or unjust discrimination. Thus -.' .):-. > administration as president. There j ; ...'
. Hall democrats were will the democratic party be true to : Washington, April H.-Senator are three master! facts upon which I .' I !
itself and thus will those who professits I Hoar of Mashachusettts: and Governor his enduring fame chiefly rests. First,
illations last night .
faith approve themselves as did- Montague of Virginia former he was the author of the Declaration } v .p. #
i.nquet given by the pies of Thoiaatj Jefferson" 7 Postmaster General Charles EmorySmith" of Independence.) Second, he was the ';; <* ':
1. t' ueral comnflltee: of founder and leader) of a party and '.f., t.IM'! \
of Philadelphia] and William .
school of political thought which ) .
t.:', I \ .: v --ana: hall Among HANNA SAYS HE ISNOT '; .
I. Bryan Nebraska. were the principal under various names! has divided the ; '!or. : t t J i
-ret from A CANDIDATE
was one ,
rI T r0 a Ir speakers at a dinner given last nation from its beginning to the present it 1' i' i-t I
tr .' I nit; I nil was cheecred) I ; J
II time. Third, he made the Louisiana 14li "
)Hotel] Barton: under the
Syracuse, X. Y. April H.-Senator night at : i t.
:" .. he i name of t the I II purchase. t 1
:Marcus A. Hanna was the guest of auspices of the Thomas Jefferson t .
hailed that "The honor which belongs; to Jefferson ,' t
'''rig as Syracuse yesterday and the guest of II :MemorialAssociation, in celebrationof is greater than that of simply i : :i1. yi- !

: .'.' .n. For a letter honor at the annual banquet of the I the anniversary of the ICtnh anniversary having been the president under which I :,..t';, 1,1'-'-," !
"..I'I Dai'id 13. hill the pur'IIl'e'as made He was the "W r" ,
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Chamber of Commerce last night. I of the birth of Thomas Jef- ; {
rand no enthu.n1 father of the vital principles which ; Nr. ; rL
He discussed Asked ferson. Thomas Nelson Page:; was '.
cheerfully politics. I brought that splendid culmination. :i i-" I

I who vvj'ild: be the republican\ Toast master. The dinner was not ofa The crucial necessity which led up l.1j1' '. :.' 1
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it-ii byVm. tiuinineee for president) in 11)04: the political character. Senator Hoar to the iiifciana acquisition was tho f. -V. >'

: -.i'-nee.: but when senator replied: I responded) to the toast. "The Authorof free navigation: of Mississippi.: +:i'I.: .' ?, "

i'!. iirmaii, of the "There i is but one name mentioned "It has often been urged that in this .: _; !i

'u.mttlee, anniunchad Theodore K'Hisevelt. I the Declaration of Independence.! : \ great acquisition the most important !lr f 1 : ;' J

It was suggested that his own name lie spoke in part as follows: act in all history between the adoption ," :: ,.: J t

received a bail been nieiitioiie.l but he laughed; '" "If we want a sure proof of Thomas of the constitution and the civil war ,t.w,' 1 tlii j j.J

i.i'l! who had at- this off and intimated that the entire Jefferson's greatness it will be foundin -. 'ff'r"onlaS insistent with hU : ..t, ;$' I
.' li.'n: to stop the !party woiild rally around Rwsevelt. r principles and professions. In a great: : l ...T.. "
the fact that of everyaricty dr. .
,' ular democratic "1 a ('ar.didah''I.r.! 1 am forbidden public t'nlf'rgo.'urbe departed from 1! : it I
fruit," sail the senator if political opinion. however fat;; his general: thery of interpretation \; .:/ .; '_tt.: .i
find confirmation of their
.fid had failed i ;asunder and in doing! it. he did a transcendent! f t'iI" lat f

.ii t of that ticket .-' ... doctrines in him. Every )party in of statesmanship and achieved J,. ; r,;.'.
FATHER TOEIN: ISTRANSFERRED .': .t: "..... ._ this country today reckons Jeffersonas an incalculable advantage for therepublic I 'J. !: I
'liiaccount TO MOBILE' f. ....', its patron saint. In the late ...s- 1 : '. 'jt ., '-1'. I
tr heard in ia- !:' ..-
I cussion which rent the country about t'
i I'tjin'iet: hall. A special from J(:>uston. Tex., to the Philippine Islands one side quoted Bryan the Last Speaker. : } J I I1
i''r follows: what Mr. Jeff'rson.said in the Declaration -(I :\1 r. Bryan who was the last speaker I 1)f : t.. t1!
'i 1', iimry of the foun- thel'W: Orleans I'icayune says: I the addressed himself } f .
FORWARD DECK. of Independence, and the on program' I Idon't L f
< r.O tc party ought "Father Tobin, a Catholic! priest -- -- -- other what they thought he did in to "The Statute of Religious Frec- 1 t "". t, ?' !
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of who has built a large congregation
power inspira- up the acquisition of Louisiana. M,' t I
> '11 among those among the negroes in Houston has tographer; on board the Iivva and all morning by lieutenant Jackson of the "The supporters of a protective He concluded as follows: _t I 1 'a'c!

'.' !is-raiic fait hi. His been ordered to gi> to .Mobile Ala, within an hour after the terrible calamity Illinois who was sent to the city b> tariff claim him as the highest protectionist I "To Jentrson the doctrine of freo ;t i'l f/i I I'p"h
', should in where he will work among the negroes. .
"i' in; days ., .
heir Admiral Higginson to convey the in our history. The free and freedom of opinion applied I !
'I and ascendancy He has had great success herewith happened and the three men '
trader maintains that the spirit of because he
to everything, rightly .' : .' {
!-alty and devotion the blacks and his people thinka dead. They were secured: by The information to the regatta committee -
were he ;
everything he said and! everything understood that no censorship of YH- !
,:h., ', people. In time great deal of him. I Xews and are the first printed in the Lieutenant Jackson met the committee did teaches the doctrine of unlimited() opinion could he permitted: that would :' : 1.:.. !I

i -feit they should 1 Edam South. Proofs of the Illustrations in the office of M. P. Palmes on freedom in all human conduct exceptso not be more dangerous to truth than ;. : k x. I Ito !
of Cheese, Cheese Cheese- ,,
niipjrisnn party East Government street. Besides far as may be needful for the restraint : error. Jefferson recognized that ; ;"I'J, 4lh 1
1! if misfortune I' were shown to men and officers of the : II' '
; that Creamor
,,. Swiss, Ncuf Chatel, Sap Sago I of actual crime." the Christian religion rested upon I ',ft., ;
;'inure in organiza- Limburger at Jacoby's, South Pala-. Iowa this morning and wire pronounc-i! press representatives those present Confidence in the .1 1
',u :tine creed of truediscovered led A in were John Merntt, M. P. Palmes, Walker Right.
'." \, and fox street.ET5 (i producing: to be wry them true was ones.unavoidable.delay i I Ingraham and Sam Gonzalez. The I Speaking of Jefferson's confidence (Continued\ on Second Pago.) L r'1U'Ifiifl:

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--- naval officer was in full uniform and --
The first picture was taken) ten min

utes after the explosion by Photographer stated his mission without hesitation, ...
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Walker on the ship. It shows saying the slow ships would be sent .St, 'frY, fr1, '; y

r nearly the entire crew gathered on I north from day to day and probably ': t + I ? 1
'- would be next week. lie 'M
all early
the forward deck gazing! at the great gone .; 4

k t" jagged; holes and discussing the af I also stated that it was the wish of .

!! that such orders
.. 2: I fair. The further gun in the picture ; Admiral Higginson
would be although with re-
;. is the fatal one and around it are gath- !
( ,< Massachusetts will leave
": "I" stricken survivors. The camera told
';;,.'... ....., '.. I in a day or two and others will follow.
here. !
t" a great story
1 out this morning, said t 21
The Texas went
.x.' shows the .
The following, picture i! .. .
largest of the two holes made in the Lieutenant Jackson.It ,
i had been intended to hold the
deck. One seaman in the foregroundwas
I i boat races on Saturday next but the
greatlyaffected by tie sight i4 r ;*
I committee concluded that it would be ,4
thoughts of wnat had occurred, and it

is said that even as the camera was 'II unfair to present the cup to one of but I II his
\ ti o 1iya
,# being trained: his outward grief was two racing crews and decided to turn

L ; affecting. The men attired in white I the prize over to the Admiral to be

were officers of the ,'essE!. !I competed for as the battleships would

Picture No. 3, in the upper right I I assemble. This suggestion was offer- .
4TI ,
t. hand corner of this page, shows both I ed by Mr. Palmes. >r f
I The will be held here Satur- ,..r. .
steel and races a
the an
holes made by flying; !
..-, e A idea of the relative length of guns day providing four battleships are in

.L may here be obtained. It also shows the harbor. The Commander-in-Chie
has not definite information on this
that the hole immediately
subject as yet, but promised to in-
bursted gun is not as large and
the committee tomorrow. The
consequetly not near so cjstly as the
contesting crews, it Is desired shall
one in the distance.
"{ .l The fourth picture or the one in the be from four ships and an effort is be- ..

made to detain the Massachusetts
rives a view
lower right hand corner i'r:


GUN SHOWN ON LEFT. same is shown and attention is called I (Continued on Eighth Page.) 1 it t '

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D- JEFFERSONContinued '"

In New'York they have been ..
Lat the
GOLD DUST twins do your work"

A Day trying to photograph the germs ( from First Page.)

in a cubic inch'of air-
love and that love is the very antithesis
In Washington they are trying of violence and of brute

n./ better force. It is well to remember that t'CE1
Ib to exterminate the house fly the Declaration of Independence itself

II because they have found it to' rests upon the same foundation which
supports our religion namely love
Food be a collector of germs- and those who deny the doctrine o*
l human brotherhood not apt to
r, ( The time is near when all food respect the creed of inalienable rights i
I '. and natural equality embodied in the
l .. .
,. -'%- _' will come sealed-the meat from Declaration of Indepenuence and the itf

F the butcher the bread from the constitution of the United States. Il
:. ; / "Jefferson was the greatest states u

baker the milk from the dairy man known to history. He believedin
/ ; I the rights of the people and hada

'. '" / -all will be protected from the heart large enough to take in all 4
human kind. He hated tyranny
/ germs of the air whether it manifested itself in relis-
oas or secular affairs and applied his

.: .." _,'_ / This movement towards more doctrines to all questions."
The other speakers were AndrewA.
: .,: l healthful food was inaugurated Lispcomb "The Thomas Jefferson
'. ". Memorial Assciation;" President H.
Biscuit soda
by Uneeda -
: .. ; Needham of Columbia University,
.. ; crackers made in the cleanest "Toff Pr!'on as a Promoter of General
Education;"Rev. J. Stafford, "Jeffer
i i :- /of bakeries and put in an I+'I son and Human Rights;" and Gover-
| of Virginia "Jef
., ncr A. J. Montague
tight package which brings air.5'ift ..1.Person as a Citizen of the Common-

: them to the home with all the s I I wealth of Virginia." As a cleaner, soap doesn't begin to compare with

flavor and goodness and freshness 'MANAGER TIM21RLAKE! ::: I GOLD DUST
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( perfectly preserved.
t 14.-J. B. Timberlake:
/ U d GOLD DUST does more work better work and
Uneeda Biscuit in the nee a !I manager of the Montgomery team in aoes

Inersealckage, restored the I the Inter-State League of baseball it cheaper. It saves backs as well as pocketbooks.

teams is in the city in the interest Made only by THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY
soda cracker to its proper place III Nj as cf the Icaue.Ir.. Timberlake said Chicago New York Boston, Su Louis.-Makers ol OVAL FAIRY SOA

j as a wholesome! nutritious, ecog IS CUI I- ,I tonight that he had seen a number;

lof prominent citizens and was much
nomical food. Try .
a package.
encouraged over the situation in Sol-

I I ma. L. M. Hubbard had been expected -

I i to manage the financial end ..__...
of the Selma team but he declined W t. B.
MATIONAL BISCUIT Ion account of personal business and ri ill r.
A Mr. Timberlake is looking for some \ ii .1
I one to assume the management of '
the local franchise. He thinks: there .
I will be no trouble about getting :: =L't:
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money to bacK the team and expectsto t ( V-.. LATE
FLASHED A ROLL A Thoughtful Man. I secure a manager tomorrow. He :< .

tl OF $1,000 BILLS. M. M. Austin Winchester, Ind., RUN DOWN said that the conditions were favorable JiiJ. 'Ori :(,"1.\ !. 3JW-n A! W ; nYT)1j"I'It sa rmrn. J1t
for a successful year in the InterState t1 UJJ IUJ JtUl'b .t:!..'"r; rip
knew what to do in the hour of need.I :#
I League. .. -
SL Louis April Information has His wife had such an unusual case of. STEAMERj --' \

j'' reached Circuit Attorney Folk that stomach and liver trouble physicianscould : JUSTfGRD ------ ----- -- ----

t, Senator P. Collins had displayed seven not help her lIe thought of j
one-thousand dollar bills publicly soon and tried Dr. King's New Life Pills i( FEARFUL EXPERIENCE OF A'!' 1NE "*'
t AND W* > QD.
i after the aujournment of the ligisai -I' and she got relief at once and was SCHOONER'S CREW WHO FACED that word U

i r ture. Attorney Folk at once ordered ;, finally cured. Only 23c: atV.. A.D'Alemberte's WE
subpenas issued for the informant and I drug store, 121 S. Pal- i iI utt'S

for others who saw the bills displayed. afox street. refers to Dr.Tutt's Liver Pills and, THIS WINTER THAN EVEi' fEFf RE

f Senator Collins will:I be summoned to I j
Texas. April 13.-The j ::EAra8 HEALTH. SEND US YOUR ORDERS NOW:
_t ti account for the bills to the grand jury.
PEARL & DOLIVE. | srhoJl1f'r Margaret L. Ward was ram : Are j ca constipated?
He could not he found last night.; Trlu":,d with indigestion?
+ i Col. R. P. \\illiams, terasurer of Call on tlem at the corner of Gar. '1 mod and: sunk last night .iy the Southern '; ---I; : I.ead2he? : I Thompson, Olsen & C ),
den and Alc'iniz street for tarpter.atul *! 1'acihc steamer Kl Rio, twenty) 1 irLgo: ?
?); the state of Missouri: informed the L .iu<;? Manresa Street
t grand jury yesterday that no one- electrical work.or phone G l'. eight mites east of Galveston bar. I i ii!;.:i>ir.iu? I I Telephone 147.
Two children of Captain McXown: c* '!Ie-c synirtom and many others __ ._
i Ihousand-dollar bills had boon changed ..v-li'a.lbnoithe i ivru_ _. -- -
The largest, the best and newsiestThe and one searnrn cf the schooner: were : > -, I
i 1 or issued to any of the state senators News, 10 cents per week. host.I -'.. "H"oxi 2Mood EST \ L3EX: ) 18 .ii.
or representatives by him
i I According to Cal'l McKo\\a all -
Two new feautres of the alege1boodlins PROFESSIONAL CASPB. I his )lights were burning lirigntly and lift'0 McKENZIE OSETINQ & CC.BIALIR8IK ,
; in the legislaturetre r Pills .
-- every possible signal was made to,
i brought to light yesterday by the ) -0
W. C. ROWE, ffi. D. avert the collision, Lut the big steamer -1
I grand jury. The slot machine bill and I

t two bills introduced in the interest of Officp: tX S. Palaf>x.Hoars schooner bore straight cutting it in down two and upon sendingit the' Take! No Substitute Ship Chandlery and General Hardaiare,

I St. Louis county are now under in- from H to JW a. n. and 1 ID 8 p. n -
I' + to the bottom immediately.The 003 AMH! rt05 1. I'AIull-f 8 iltltiTw1C
) vestigation. In one instance it is alleged !- I
\nd after 7 o'clock inI BUY THEN
; j., $:;110 was placed in the hands ota captain's family was asleep I NUY .
Pbol1o: OS. [the cabin. The mate saw the steamer RI:V.lUE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. E
"distributor" to secure the passage BOKKLi: O'3 iWM- 1"GALVAKIZED
of the St. louts county bilU. Another |Viand started to ringing the bells. Thei ; WIRE ROPE, A. RUBrtEL A: BON'SJ Pt'M>'i"

man I is said to have attempted! to distribute JOHN S. BEARD, whole crew turned out; all bolls were ''G [. hrtia trit"p GtIC I 5Is: ItPlfed!! !; { lis'rtimeti: Sbirlt! lIths. i3t'1':
j rinsing, the whistle was blowing ail
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$5,0 among the legislator* COWPAJWKK U-OH K'/O
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. : nands on deck were shouting for dear I'I
to secure the passage of the second! ttcilenzia Oertinj Collecting A ent for Br Pilots' ReneTole Ar4l
county bill. Ot118ex---309 'fhie"atou RUlldin life and both storage lights were SEWING MACHINEDo ci it ion.j .
E showing when the HI Rio struck the :1.1.1 l
The bill regulating slot machines Office Hours-8:30 a. tn. to 1 p. m not 1* deceived l-y (lift e who ,
schooner its aft
carrying; away ago?
'. was backed by a local promoter, and it 2:30 m. to 6:30 m. vcrtiM? a $'>0.K) S.-W lug 3Iichine for j I
"" p. p. way and wheel box, anti cutting into *_:I.OI). This klmlnf I Ii
is alleged $;),(\00 was handed around Practice all state and f;d. rul coartullbaainfiis :niai-hine can j THE GARDEN
to make a bit a law. \ entrasttd to me wl.l r"C.HV' the Co!biil. IAll I i Le 1"I1 pht; from ns (.r any elf our I I Iduulcrs SECTION
prompt and dlligeut att.nllon.ttt.Ctcccc hands took to the rigging. Captain '> fnniil'i.rKto: &1S.OO.I .

t McKoan had his son in his arms, i I WE MAKE A VARIETY. I' 0- t7F---a

but was stru'k with something in getting THE NEW HOME IS THE BEST. IPensa
>& Attat ccccccctccccctcccctctCCCCCCCCttCCC( cola F1oxid.
: into the rigging lost consciousj j i The Fetid determines the strength or i i ,
II| ness and the little sleeping fellow i Double weakiii-.s: flf"'('Sc\\inj('d c<..iiiKiif? Miirhiius.\\itli otheistrwigisintltnaktsthe The I i I Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus
+ I 'slipped into the sea.Irs.. McKown:
New Home
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Cr THIS SPACE gave the little! girl to one of the sail I the bct Sewing Machine to Lur.I1.'t Beautiful Lots
for Sale.
ors who was lost in trying to save her. \ Fliowlnjj( tho dif- ,
e f iof rCIRCULARS! f.-rciit: R'.'If'S of
Mrs. McKown suffered! much from
H.wins M.irlilni g I 40x137% feet at from $75 to $2CO each according
S v I exposure in the cold water and when we niauuf.iclureuuj prices Lcrorc IHirclial '! to location and
she learned of the loss of her children I surroundings.

vM I. was rostrated with grief. Captain McKown |. ORANGE, MASS. I Exceptionally Good Neighborhood, Beautiful H:t i
v : said: Union Sq.X.Y.,('l!lean.j.IlI.\t"nl.lh..
v Our lights were shining like electric 1:>1.Louis.Mo.: Francisco,Cal High, Dry Fertile Lands.

OCCUPIED : lihts. Tae way rOR SIUS BY
$ absolutely po'
The grandest
opportunity for investment ever
v sea on. In fact. the gulf was amost! j

S : as smooth as the bay is today. We| cffered in Pensacola.

were lying headed south. ; Speaking

i *ft ...BY AN... a I "\Ve struck fair and square about J Jj I Home Seekers Should See These Lots.

vl i thiry feet of our stern was cut down ,

s j The 1'fe! boat was saved on the davits: AV Clu."fo"bsCornrr
vI of Pens. .
P Announcement i I of the section of the boat that was cut .

aw.The schooner sank so rapidly Garden and Bru Streets.
vv j we did not have: time to take observa- '! -
v lions." I II A Fen is a mighty little thing. I

a* ...OF... : I The revenue cutter Galveston left I II some folks \soul) l say-''hardly i K.O. B! ENT, WM. H KNOWLKS. w, K. HYKR. JI'oJ.. h. BEFf:
worth talking about" President. VlcPreild 14 v I this afternoon for the scene of the A

R v disaster to investigate anJ. if possible.
Tot for a pop-on that does
recover ine bo lies of the lost.
writin:?-much or little-the National Bank
GOING TO LEGISLATE PILOTS.j j'j Ion is most important.

I j Every good kind !s to be found I

.$ NEWLw : I here. The delicate finely OF PEN ACOLA. FI.A.Dtn.ZSOTORCV. .
e Pensaeola pilots will be considered
painted Pen for LadieV corres.ponrenre. -
8 : I in the; present legislative; session. Cap. the long easy style :: : .
''tain A.illiara Eazzell and Captain W I. H. KNOV/LE9. W. A. RLOUl\ P. C. BREN1. N. K. HYlR a
for general ise, the broad stub
[Charles Perry,went over to Tallahassee D. a. BRENT,
for people in hurry.

I Department Storev IS I |I';| was ness.this asked One morning the of, purpose the on interested particular of the visit pilots busi and There use and is a every right Pen hand-let for every us r Yore'l n ad 4 D uU I IG I Boy 'A d i i! I

'his answer was: "The gentlemen! are suit you with it.

; going over to see if they have
can a
I I 6l/rWe draw our own Bills of Exchange on Great Britain Srsisa

1 4 OPENING a I, bill passed! to keep the Pen acoh pi- Germany, France, A strla Italy, Holland Bpafn Baljrlnai .Porma.I'I!

v 'lots together. Bills upon bills! have I way, Sweden. DenrstrJt! and other European cocntrloB.D'3birs9Cl .
r been introduced and pissed, but nonej i J. M. COE'S '
of the measures would hold water. We) f V8 2eI. upon oho Mos Farirtkle! Terrr.3 ,r*.:
OtIIRatlonaTaken Payable at Port cf naettpation 'r*D or Fi/li' i%
i SATURDAY APRIlt 11. b now propose to have some !r.\v made! BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER I sitar<:al ft.J'l31 re.SC.t6t .

y which cannot be shaken. !
::03 S< nth Palafos Street, y Deposit Eore far Rest ill CQEDV' *, n

v Good Cypress Shingles, $1.25 per t:fth whlo'a we tnre Xrlv* p 1'tm"Jt fort R i
:'UU,1'U.1)1U.1U.UU: : '1UUUUU))'))))n.: .)> thousand. BEEKMAN LUMBER CO. PENS.\COLA, Fla. of RO1tarc.

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Young Milw&ufcee Society W oma.n.TDEX s ;
/ t. ,

| thocsand cured The woman who has snf- t f

SUNNY BATCH OF "INTERESTING ITEMS [ : have written ered from female weakness i gt
tell how Wine of -y should do anything within .
GA7HCRED AND CONDENSED: 3Y I II Cardai bestows the reason to secure health. -tit 13: .,

I blessing of health on every Wine of Cardai is the medicine t 4
JIMis |; OUR REGULAR CORRESPONDENT. \ ; woman who takes it. rich that appeals to reasonable
/ and poor alike. Mrs. '- women-women who 1 ti,
: Helena Blau, No. 123 Sev hold operations and cutting

i enth Street, Milwaukee, in horror-wpmenw hoknow '
Wig., is one of the young that Nature is the best phy f m }

week -- \Varrington F'.a.! Apri' .1 .-Easter women whom Wine of Car- sician. Wine of Cardui x Q
coming next < > was observed in all the churches dui fcas rescued from a life Jfn. Htlrnn Blau./ gives women back: their h k t f
i of suffering. She writes: : health by giving Nature a i -
Sunday special prograaies having been chance to build up the wasted and diseased i ,, t 1!
in He will call .i'; arrangedforthat day and an unusually Tin of Qrdul h certainly Srom tissue. Wine of Cardai regulates i t; ,let. x
person. out'wo
: the menstrual flow and Nature when ;,.t
large number of people were in atten ;
to give my experience with it. A few relieved of the drains or of the poisons ; j t t

house and dance.A months ago I caught a severe cold, having in the system, makes the functional '
at your presentyou game of ball was played at the na been out in inclement wtathet,which organs strong and healthy a. ain. y 'r ''tt i E
Any woman who is silently sufferinguntold t = t
yard Saturday between the sailors t
I IVY settled all over me, particularly la the < pains because she is too sensitive ; +
with a large package of x Jat I the yard and the marines. The abdomen. I was in almost constant pain. to undergo a physicians examination i r. -' I

oO game was closely contested all the I consulted a physician and took his and treatment can find no excuse for

I way through but was finally! won by medicine for a month and without any not securing relief when Wine of car t 4i ;J' '
dui is offered to her. There is i
no publicity -
00 0 oe 00 the marines by a score of 7 to 6. The relief. I then! decided I would try your to deter her. She can take Wine I fclI t i : 4t ; 1

66 o0 0 line up of the teams were as fo'lows: : medicine and it was a lucky day for me of CarJui in the privacy of her home, t

Sailors.-Iaird catcher; Lefever, when I did so. I noticed a change in a with 63 much assurance of a final cure j ,.' ,''

FORCE" 0 pitcher; Coulbourn 1st base; Cow'c few days and felt encouraged to continue 33 though a dozen! doctors recommended '
it. Many physicians do recommend ,. iM w
2nd base; Griffin '.rd base; Coyden taking Wine of CirJu,and my patiencewas Wine of Cardui to their patients. 1 ,, } l 1t -.

short stop; Maine R. F.; Geisa: C. F.; rewarded,for in two weeks my pains Why not pet a 81.00 bottle of Wine i j j1.. Lti

Earnhcfrst, L. F. I had left me and I f felt like a new woman." of Cardui from your druggist today? 1 i 1 11 ; -9p

i Marines.-Gatch, catcher; Llske. ,

Give it a fair trial and pitcher; Hamilton 1st base: Hrole.'i A million suffering women 1
WINEofCARJDVI have found relief ;in Ii
7 2nd base; Curry :3rd base; Cribbina,!l Wine of. Cardui.z s ;! E

short stop; Moore, it. F.; Jones C. F.; i, .
will learn why he / Johnson .... 1ntpire. '. .------ --- : 4 c
you : h H,
ergeant Barry. ,
Sylvester Campbell who has been MUCH DAMAGE. J t Lull{ I ,,.' .4L(-" ),. r r

became Sunny JimTHE agent for the 1'ensaeola Journal has 8 i !: ; 1 .:') : :
1 New Orleans April 14.-An early! I ,
1I given it up and is now agent for the Y'
I I morning fire swept the east side of "

I Daily in News.Ve making: this think change Mr. Campbellwise as he is West End a summer resort on Lake Contractor and Buil er. :': :, ; i :. :

Ponchartrain, destroying considerable :
a hustler and we think in a short time ijr .
property to the amount of fifty thousand PLANS SPECIFICATIONS AND I .'J : '. .
I his subscription list will far exceed I' !li t ,
that of his previous paper. dollars. The blaze started in the ESTIMATES FURNISHED AT jaf t. ; .!..," .

K. P. Chaffin, 1st clerk! to the Commandant Capitol hotel which was destroyed SHORT NOTICE. j* jt jl l i : : ;
I along with a number of smaller bus
is on the sick list. We hopeto First-Class Work Guaranteed and r.r..i': :, t.
iness establishments and boat houses. I f .'
----. see him out in a few days.A References Furnished. I'i:\\t I," ", ,.
i The most serious losses were sustained > j -
NOW DENIED THAT HENRY E. W. PEAKE, large number of people visited the '
414 :
by the members of the South : 'I J t
OFFERS ITS SERVICES YOUTSEY HAS TOLD ALL cemetery yesterday and a goodly number 1:1" :
Yacht club. A large number of
No. 30 South Palafox street, keeps of flowers were placed on various j t : f : :
' > Orleans April 11.-lue dircc- Frankfort. Ky., April 14.-Counsel call bell, wire and all kinds of graves. This is something that shouldbe slops cat boats and yachts were at :;
electrical Have him do anchor in the pen when the fire started !! 1 jl f.
the supplies.
Exchange yestor- trial for
: the fir James Howard on attended to as there is room for 1 t
. ,uli'tl to tender\ the good offices I third time for the murder of William your work. Call phone 203.: improvement at the cemetery. and many were burned before they HARDBRICK ,.if "" 'i t ,1J 1\ ';1 .''
could be moved out into the canal.
to the steamshipand of courtyesterday
exchange Cioebel, hied on the opening Jacoby keeps the fullest lines of .. lJe order recently issued that people
the sorewmen with a view a written motion demanding -
the Reservation must keep
pickles chowchows, olives; put up in on A LESSON IN HEALTH.
.dins an amicable! and satisfac- a of the "confession of evi-
their hogs and goats in their own enclosure II!
most attractive bottles in the city. I I
of isliteen Healthy kidneys filter the impurities : ;
adjustment of the points dtnce" given; before the grand jury was strictly enforced. So until }'

the two parties to the by Henry Youtsey, who Is serving a FOR SALE CHEAP! recently toe marine on duty in the from the blood, and unless they t t, lull'L 1'
u lie-up on the river front.i life sentence as accessory. I town found it necessary to shoot a do this good health is Impossible. ; ; 1 rl i, :: 316 ': : '

letters were accordingly Attorney Franklin, for the commonwealth 200 sacks Corn Meal.-Alittle dam- hog belonging to some resident. The Foley's Kidney Cure makes sound .! ., 1 '. ; ml
of the steamconlerence. kidneys and wilt positively cure all 'J 1,
(lie presidents
denied that Youtsey had ever for cows or hogs. that : "
aged-good I people will probably find out ) ; : ,
the president
forms of kidney and bladder disease. I 'B'
.."' s'rl'wnlt'll's organization made a "confession" to him and refused A9-tf TIlE LEWIS BEAR CO. when an order is issued it is not doneto

dent. i>f the negroe facrewation '' to give his notes of the grand fill in tine but that they are expected It strengthens the whole system. W. ALWAYS\" ON RAND ; : "; iHALF iL
121 South Palafox
A. D'Alemberte
/ offering to jury proceedings. The court overruled 4 ,
han'j I I to comply with it.
Crew Notices. t
.inn! of the Cotton the motion. street. 'r { S' '
Miss Hassler of Mississippi is the '
it a committee of five SLx all of whom have !
I II witnesses I . .
I he situation and take testified in former trials of Howard I ;quest of the Misses TuuarJs. Ill'l: I':
-teps"1 as might he I were examined. The defense madeno I Mrs. I.. M. Rhoda of Milton is theguest For Over Slimy leant _
: tr.
':,'r-t a settlement and cross-examination except when !MRS. \VIN8 DW'S HOOTHIJ.S: STRCP bat -TO- 1; I 1# .
of Mrs. J.V. Tlonnlof. n tONE
.is-h normal conimer-I the name of Howard was brought in. mllllonsof \ :
been a sod for over Blity yearn by '
Witness Harry G. Tandy former Assistant \OTICE-\elther the captain. Own : Marti'. Jones the engineer: of the mothers for their children while teething, MILLION 4 :-'f.t.{ : : :

of steamship agentsafter I Secretary of the State men- ers nor Consignees of the Br. ss Ursula i steamer Undine, was discharged Fri with perfect success. It soothe the child, i : I') .,
the letter was Tinned the name of Loander dtiffcy: of enlistment. all wind t? .
Bright will be responsible for day by reason of expirati} softens the gamsallays paincares ; : ,
\ President Le- as being on the steps of the executive I lie re-en'isted' the next day. oollc and Ii the best remedy for Piirrboea I r; f 1 ,
the of said .
debts contracted by crew 'I
d upon the matter. building! immediately following! the I It will relieve the poor little sufferer 1mmwilatf lj ,t' '4' '.
i I' a definite one but shooting. but on cross-examination vessel.} COODE. Captain. The funeral of the men killed on ly. Hold by l>rug l.ti In every part Get Our Prices BeforePurchasing I r+ ;:,1 L
>n acceptance| or re- he was not positive of it. I W. Keyser & Co., Consignees. ; the 1T. :S. S. Iowa was the largest seen of the world Twenty-five cents a bottle : (
.Mii'.pire.( the nature Ten witnesses were called to the : here for years. The procession start Be sure you ask for"M rs.Winelow's Booth- J 1. :.. .
M I being made public stand by the commonwealth at the lOmlt led the DgSyrup,' and take no other kind. I''i':'fo fl" ..1 i
ardled .
the by
I from navy > naveyyard ; :
!,t of answers from: : afternoon session of the court. All I Malta-Vita, Shredded Wheat Biscuits 1 j..' '.:: : Lf
bard, then followed a detachmentof Ii.
the stand at the former + J ,
ll had betn on and Force with Cream at Sol- hi"::
I ,
.. held their trials of the case. One of the number LODGE DIRECTORYKNIGHrS marines then detachments of sailors Oman's. '..t' I,' t .f J i' ,
,'I i ling last night in Charles Howard of Marion I .
'J ; i frci-i various ships. The cereiio- I i >1'' : :. J
i hall. V\Mn\ the county, was dismissed: before) testifying I
nits at the cemetery were very impressive Capacity 50,000 Daily
ision Secretary because: of information filed by OFF YTEUAS.Penea JJudfJiu's, file [&est for oc. i
nothing I and a large:: number of flowers .
'cued that the defense that he had once : ,Pt t 1w t
.iimrtion with the a lunatic as\'lam. Howard/ who : + old L) No. 3, 1'. of P, were presented 1 from people at :

.:" He saul there is n.) relation o[ the defendant has I meets ev ry Monday evening I' i'en>acoia and \Varrington.: SEND YOUR ORDERSto 1 tTcMi11an
Hir the union to testified in all the tormer trials without at 1:111:: r.t raatle ail. I .
The laster: ball given by the Magnolia : ; \ Brick Gut ,
II'IS already rnanin hl'inxaminl"l.. In the! KlinntVat I Pearl & Dolive for carpenter or ;! f
iiclHlng. third door, I No. 11 last, electrical work. Repair work a ; :: .
de- P.ebckah) Lodge ,
and further I The case will not get to the jury dialling brethren cordially I J ; .

'1Ihe\....lie did directory not men-of before the latter part of next week. 4 welOnmed H. Hoi<".rn J. A. LYLK.I,.:C. night;attended at: Odd and Fellows; the affair Hal! was proved\hrgely an- specialty. Pine Barren, jFla:5;' Ii\lt! '' "'t. IVfc"t t t.r.: .;; :.It I.

'i also held, their! THE BLOOD =1.: K. A B.: .entire success. The navy yard band :' : : :'t 1;; 'j

1 1 transacted only Cannot remain pure if the liver is under the leadership of I'rof. Kchlers a1'iT' ", ft" .I

No action was inaethe. One function of the livcrls iauitn Ieodgn; No. 13 ; furnished! the music for the occasion. OU1HER11[ EXPRESS[ CO.&L ij 't" ." F.J ]K, "
Mi'wmea's strike meets ev'' TuesiUy: vntng at "in atCstla I .,; .
..' of the strike ; to filter the imparities out of the lead ry corn r Pnlntnx and tilrd..ntlreel8. I Among those present were Mr. and 1;t .. ,I'. ,. {.., .- .
.,i will blood. Malaria: : or other germs and YU111Q2 KntgktsrordiaUy! In'ltell.LHKRTJoHNSON. Mrs. Knotts Mr. and Mrs. Vogel Mr, rNICK'Si
Hnsjshoremen'sLA ; J. _a I I
]poisonous matter cannot remain in DAN ItY.Rfll'l. C. C. and Mrh. Marshall, Mr. and Mrs. Hermanson. < .y J
I K. ut H. 4; !S. l" 'I tt' '.
the! system, \\1Il'n the liver is active. : Misses Simpson Misses I Ton I flJ''j ,.1:

LA GRIPPE-WHAT I II HEP.\TICrRA Is the best liver tonic. I ard.! Misses Smallwood Misses Gould t.....,. .. !.aH c .: }

1''Mnc; cough and a It will aid the liver in its work of Itathlnine Lodge. No. 30 K. of P i Misses Sweeno, Misses! Hurkhardt ;r. '

often blood I) VTIIHOVE UMKJE Xo SO, Knights of i Francis Miss > ::-
'it weakness, elimination; it will tone up the It l'ylhllIO"'S every T'lur-dav evenIngat7ido'vloeklntheir Emma Jones Miss May
', r,'tilts after the pal Wind keep it normally alkaline. It Is I laatlu Hall,on I Mary Seeley Miss MargieVilkins, nUTAURUT
third door Illoiint-U'ttf-oii building\ ,southae -
M have passed the the best blood purifier and constitution .tcornerotl'alatoxand; (Trdfn streets. Miss Connie Oldmixon, Mr. and Mrs.J. s ..
welcomed. To all of the country.The .
Koley's Honey and builder to be had. Sold by all Vt.ltlng knlgbu art! corflttlly R.LLIIOS, I Ie. \V. Ronnlof, Miss Katie Roy, Misses >c=-

the "grippe J. Lever.: : (;. C. Miss Emily
to cure druggists.The lt. ?at, Miss Hettie Boyden -
K. ol It. and S. I
r,al,e you\ strong and McClellan Mrs. Lickens, Mr. and Southern Express Company ci L } ,f

tails\ to stop a cough: Bonbons and Chocolate Candies I Mrs. Ranch Miss Lcora! Gathley: DAILY MENUS -
and forwards freight
I/O. 0.1'. i receives :
.... Take no substi- sold by Jacoby at thirty cents are carefully Miss Sarah Robinson Miss Celia Han- I i i'!
I money, anti valuables of all descrip-
packed in neat and attractive Ion Miss Cecila Chiliston, Mr. and Comprise all the Up-to-
Pensacola Lodge So. 4meets : tions to tell of the country,
parts t '
boxes and are equal to most candies every Thursday evening at 7:11): l at :Mrs. Quarrls Miss Stella Robinson Date Dishes the Markets i }4

Set Hut!: ns new style of label. for which 60c per pound is charged. KnfTjrJ ball. IIli Welt Intendencla Invltad. street. Miss Lula Howe Messrs W. J. Hug- with connections for Canada, Mexico of the World I 1'

VUltlng brothrea cordially JOHA.VSON, N. Q. gard E. B. Dobson. \V. Hanna, J. Ned- Havana, Cuba, European points, Afford r? "

Gt\p: MASQUE BALL O. T.STISSOV, Hecretnry. I ham F. Gathleny, J. Seeley J. II. Me- etc. :

AT C. K. OF A. HALL.a The Beer Given G. C. Million A. Hoffman, W. The Southern Express Company i

Epplc U. Howard, J. Laird, W. Boy- operates on 30,000 miles of first- Ladies' Private Qil +
ltIlsquball at the That Made den It. Laird. F. Kelley, J. Lombardo. class routes, and in connection with : {r
1 ill Wednesday! night HARPERWtHSKKS J. Touard, \V. LybrookV. Hanson E. the Adams Express Company, on Dining Parlor. I Ji

.>g wi.i commence at Huston A. Burkhardt. R. Wilkins M. with through lulu.Isik t; .r
through; way-bills :;
AHNa! I R r AM U Jones W. Wilkins J. Cohron J. cars and through messengers, per- J

I Wheat, C. T. Chase G. B. Hendry, W. r,
SPRING FEVERS. Sweeney.J. forms a unified service, constitutingthe : Regular Dinner Daily. t
of the kind in
largest system
who last week signed with
'.1 winter months the Laird .

of snap and vigor. cut Brewton baseball team is visiting his the world. Short Orders Promptly r ,
1. Money Orders are sold at all vi
has t
here. lIe big hopes
inn: weather produces a parents Filled. Night or Day f t
1 .idy-a reaction sets MADE BY ACME BREWING CO tne Brewton team and says he thinks agencies of the Southern Express '' i

r bowels! and kidneysh they will lead the league excepting Company at reasonable hours. Re i +
BEST 10-CKNT BOTTLE BEEK If'It'. BometblDir Good to E. ,
Montgomery:: team. is and is refunded j it
.- and allow an ac- perhaps ceipt given money you wliS.yooUl and It .l
IN TOWN.D&NNHEISSEK. The U. S. Marietta:: arrived last
.f waste mater. The if order is lost.
mss weak and digestion BROS evening from Honduras. She is one This is the cheapest way to send Nick Apostle's '

i of the first of Admiral Coghlan'a fleet
small remittances by mall or other IMWMM
IU will tone up the ,I AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED to arrive.A wise. .Popular! \Restaurant.

tt,-els; remove the accu- I I. f Harper VMstey. draft of about :CO: men were sent E. W. FOWLER,

1 waste matter and yout to the l.;. S. S. Iowa today. Most of Agent, Pensacola, Fla. LFiLi(

,t and cheerful. Sold by Main House-101 S. Palafoz street PURE&rMEllO!: them are men left at the naval hospital Branch Offices:

R.R. Exchange-Opp. Union DepotP. by the U. S. S. Buffalo last January, J. B. Roberts, Depot Store.

T.S.C, Jas. Hansen, Cor. Alcanlz and CARPENTRY AND f
O. Box 281. Pensacola, Fla. :
See 'RICH & DELICATE Gadsden.J. .
-- Hudgins' new label. i Phones 116-268. Hudgins has a new label for the< E. Williams, Cor. DeTllllers and ELECTRICAL WORK j

For Sale byDannheisser the market. ... -
-- -- --- best 5 cent cigar on Jackson.

L Qve groino Quinine ,* '" onevery Bros. SEE ELECTRIC LIGHTS AT SOL" Sol Cahn, Cor. Palafox and Inter if Bin von;have np Pearl any &carpenter; Dolive, phone or electri 660, z

C- dencia. cal work you want well done.Ii" .
CcU ( i. ( box. 2c OMON'S.
hOa Dav. Grin. w 2 Pays


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t?**.ftci the bridles were a part of. the bar- Oldest and Largest Agency

5rV 9 j. ness, and declined to do a part of the LATEST FROM Hair Vigor iD
'._... iifcBntered West Florida.
union stablemen's work. That was

the origin of the trouble. Both sides Alters Stops falling hair. Makes |ESTABLIfelui: ) Itch; ; .

held firm; neither would put on the TALLAHASSEESpecial hair grow. Restores color. .

at the Post Office at Pen- bridles; a strike was declared and / Cures dandruff. iS&SSzr <<
1UDJa. Fla.. second class matter. .200 men were left without work. It nowles
-- seems that about Ute only way out of the News __ u Bros.INSURANCE
OFFICE: -Pitts Building. illy to : -- -

stalrs. the difficulty is the creation of a new 15.The It teaches and while mankind loves .
forth Palafox street, up Tallahassee April Governor r rw r *r -
trade and union, that of mule bridlers.At f liberty more than life.
today signed and returned to the *
THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO. Abraham Lincoln.A / When we think of the birth, the
the and house the introduced .
Lewiston, Me., recently senate by boyhood and the manhood, the poverty

Ttrms: Invariably In Advance. sheriff closed all the candy shops on Mr. McNamee validating the bond issue privations toils and struggles of

Cm Year by m 1.$5 00 Sunday. Now the candy people deClare of Hillsboro county and the measure Reminiscence. fi Abraham Lincoln until his last gasp AND

Biz Month ... .. .... .. .. 260 they wl take steps to have the is now a law. i By Geo. B. Loud, of New York. and of all the triumphs of his life and

week by carrier payable Monday old laws enforced against all classesof little business done REAL
One Very was by its rich legacy to us, we feel the gloriesof ESTATE

.. ......... .. .. ... .. 10dv.rtilnp citizens. Among other things that either house except making provision
-- our life and our time; and where- ,
will be affected will be the streetcars
Rates Furnished on Ap for more clerks. In the house, Messrs. On the night of the 14th of April,. ever civilization throbs and pulsates 309 South Palafox)

plication. the newspapers and the drug Strozier and Wall made strong speeches 1865, while in attendance at Ford's wherever virture and sincerity are 1 I street

stores. And why not? There shouldbe against what they termed unwar : Phone
cherished and respected, wherever a 22 PEa= '
NO 118.FE58AOOLA ? :
TELEPHONE theatre with Mrs. Lincoln. John I UFy
discrimination. The laws in
no ranted extravagance of the body. They struggling soul is fighting its way up

Lewiston and everywhere else shouldbe said that never before had such ex Wilkes Booth fired the awful bullet I through the darkness and into the -

ruN I. enforced on all alike. They call viding for the publication of the acts into the brain of President Abraham light the resplendent name of Lincoln

them "blue laws" in that section, but I GENERAL .
house of Florida except at the sessionof Lincoln and shortly after the first is known and honored. Cannons AGKX: ,

we have no special designation for
1839. rays of the golden sunshine drifted speak it, banners wave it, human
them in Florida.A Resolutions were adopted by both The Equitable
APRIL )5 1903 hearts treasure it. His grand
into his window the angel of death I aggre- I

houses appointing a joint committee of I kissed his eyelids down, and the gate of honor will gild the traditions I
FORECAST- FOR TO-DAY. RIGHTEOUS, LAW. six three from the Senate and three I great heart whose religion had been I!of deathless centuries. The lips of I Ii i Life Assurance

from the House to complete the arrangements SocietyOf
The legislature of New Jersey has the love of humanity passed into the memory will kiss it with a crown of

passed a bill making wife desertion of the visit of the State I spotless that shall I
'I unending love of God. roses spread their', the United State

or wilful neglect to suport one's wife Legislature and State officials to Pen- 1 Well do I remember that eventful I fragrance of unfadng love around tLe !

and minor children a misdemeanor sacola Saturday next. I IIEXUY u. BVnr. Founder
name of Abraham Lincoln. I
day-April 15th, 1SC3-when the
1 punishable by fine or imprisonment The committee appointed to ,'isit' '
"Strongest in
news of President Lincoln's assassination the World.
Heretofore the man guilty of either the West Florida seminary was au- The Mother's Friend I
flashed across the wires of
or both of these crimes has not beena thorized to visit Melrose and investi- when nature's! supply fails, is Borden's I
civilized at
the world coming a most
gate the condition of the waters of Eagle Brand Condensed Miik. It is acow's
criminal in the eyes of New Jersey prosperous season to the arms of the G. NERI.
that pan of the State and to devise mi.k adapted to infants, according -
rJ law whatever his status in the public I Union like a destructive thunderbolt !
,1 means for the destruction of the water to the highest scientific methods.
mind or at the bar of conscience
says hurled from a clear and unpromising '
An Infant fed on Eagle Brand wiI'
h acinth.
the Chattanooga News. The only the social of
sky shaking. system
method by which the innocent vie-J'' A bill was introduced in the Senate show a steady gain in weight. Ice Cream Parlors
the country with the terrible tidings I ,
tims of his sin could secure anything.II by Mr. Brown of Ocala appropriatingthe I

approaching to justice has been suit ) sum of sixty thousand dollars for until all hearts were filled with a 2,") S. l"alaf.iMr I ,,.,
dreadful suspense which made men -
for support and this could be avoidedby I the erection of a Supreme Court
tremble with the palsy of direful NEWLY
leaving the state. The result has !I building. forbodings.

been as might be expected. No small Senator Kirk introduced a bill providing COMMISSIONERSSHORT REFITTED AND FURNISHE1
I was at a station called "Terre
number of men, anxious to rid themselves for the publication of the acts
Donne," in Louisiana on the line of All Kinds of Creams, Ices, Gaits
of the solemn obligations rest of the legislature iu the newspapers of
what was then known as the Ope- MONTHLY MEETING IN I
ing upon them as husband and fathers the State. Fruits and Cakes.
lousas railroad, now of the Southern I'I
have left New Jersey and a multitudeof Little other business of importancewas iERRUPTED BY FAULTY ELECTRIC I PRIVATE PARLORS FOR LADIES;.
Pacific system. I was encamped
wives and innocent children have transacted. I
when the news reached us. LIGHTS LAST EVENING.A OR PARTIES.Maillaird's .
FAIR. been[ left to suffer without rt'Course.1) I. T. BLANCHARD.
Among the Union troops there the Candies a Specia'ty
Forecast for Pensacola and Vicinity: The new law changes all this in that I
ADJOURNED TERM OF effect! of the news was to create a PHONE 60;.
Fair tonight; Thursday fair warmer; it places the guilty party in his true sl1ortnh.mtblysession of the Board
CRIMINAL COURTAn sense of things it would be Impossible
variable winds becoming southernly relation before the courts and makes of County Commissioners was held
to describe. For the moment a great -- ----
and fresh.It him amenable to adequate punishment last night, the meeting having been
__ adjourned term of the criminal feeling of oppression, weighed down E. ST. CLAIR THOMAS
u no matter whither he may go. rudely interrupted by the sudden extinguIshing ,
,court continued this morning JudgeE. personality and everything around
Is wonderful how long some It accentuates the truth that matri of the electric lights. All
D. Beges presiding. the brakes the EXPERT CHIROPODIST.
entails I us, very cane on
people can continue to hold office and mony responsibilities: upon the business had been concluded however
not get tired. him who enters therein that are not Robert: Washington was fined ?100 borders of the bayous joining in the
and the
to be thrown off and places the New and costs or six months in county jail spirit of the hour as it were to assume groped
code in this way into the street and separated.The ING NAILS SUCCESSFULLY
Jersey particular, rightin
; plea! of guilty to charge of most dismal
i After reading Mr. Mulhall's\ figures upon a f a appearance, 1
line with sound sense and enlightened minutes were read.! The bill TREATED
r f for the wealth of the world, Mr.At ; conscience. Other states a=sMalt and battery.Informations I while the overhanging moss on the of the water for water usedat 521 South Palafox Street. N-xi D-ot to

Rockefeller's few millions look like should follow New Jersey's lead. I'I were filed against: J. L. live oaks and magnolias seemed to company .
the county jail was received. The i Bay Hotel.Pensacola
l 30 cents. Wilson l and G. R. Ridge for beating cast their greenish-gray hue to don a
STUPIDLY amount was for $158 covering period i
PROPER. a -- --
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: way on trains. They pleaded guilty; |, more sombre shade and an additional -

t$; Those legislators: better go slow (Fourth Estate.) anti were sentenced to 30 and 43; days ': length of natural drapery until it of several months. The company I I Ir
An editor of a small American paper was ordered to send in its bill every r ProduceAND
; about repealing that insanity divorce 'respectively: in
f recently stated that he had been county jail. [ touched the very earth like a vest of *

'rr law. It might come handy for the kissed by one of the most beautiful ; Jim Artis, who was convicted in 1 mourning; worn by Nature for the month hereafter. I

i wife of some one of them some time. married women in town. He promisedto January and sentenced to throe years martyred president.i Certificates from the mayor and the I

tell her name in the first issue of I chairman of the hoard concerning the
:it hard labor! was committed to the I i To us the whole earth was at a : Commission Co.
his next month. In two weeks I
paper[ transfer of the city's share of the
,, It is no more than fair to remind the circulation! of his newspaperdoubled. I penitentiary, his terra to commerce to- i I standstill. Man looked at maa with

-k4 the governor, the legislators and all Hut when he gave; the name day. Artis had been jailed here pen(lan that silent questioning in which souls quarantine plant money were received j jA. I 15 West Government Street

t u the others who propose to come on.rtrom of his wife he had to leave town. I ine appeal. I talk to each other without the aid of letter was also received and complied ,
with which stated that the signajture _
to the
sec battleshipsthat
Harry McDonald was indicted for I the tongue.It : I
of member of the board
this is an awfully dry town on j rol.bery! and he was placed on trial I seeniu as if a terrible lightning every I
(Savannah News.) would have to be necessary for theproper PRODUCE. ,
Sunday. Some years ago (;rover Cleveland 'this afternoon He is alleged to have I shaft had struck our camp, front and I .'
I )
distribution of the amount
i struck a responsive chord when on II, robbed! young Glnckmeyer.j I rear and in falling had Peered us all, big Consignments Solicited. '

Atlanta Journal: Only forty years a certain occasion he referred to his | Informations were filed agin Jos. I| intellectually and physically, everybody Dr. S.M. (Jonzalez reported) on a I

t after is too soon for New Orleans task < married" life as "one grand. sweet '!'Grantham for carrying concealed i j unable to converse except in number of vaccinations! he had performed Referene: American Natiora B: *

song. The people of Princeton, N. various parts of the county.
t the Confederate veterans to .1., among whom the Clevelands live weapons; Gus Brown anti Will! Smith i whispers. PHONE 6CG.

.Y march behind negro! bands during the are assured that the song is being for burglary! and Pat Kerwin for beati Xo event of the war including the His work) was not stopped.A I

. t reunion. In about three hundred continued since have number of polls were reported by I -
, they a delightful i ing way on train.ENTERTAINMENT. loss of a battle, ever carried such '
, v years from now it might be jmssiblt! echo of it in the Cleveland children -I II the tax collector! th > lights went out OUR WARRINGTON AGE CV
consummation into the camps of the
t four in number who are among I[ FOR I and the meeting adpuined.Regular .
q the most democratic little people in I The NEWS is on sale r. Mrs M.
The ministers in I
many towns are
the state and the friends ofeverybudy (
good announcement Keefe at Warrington who & sit v ted
trying to break up Sunday baseball.So in town. communication Pensacola -
I ) to receive and for 5.>
*4 far as we know, they make no The little Clevel.inds are looked on > Tao mater of entertaining the state Ioljr No. 42, F. & A. M. 8 p. m.. receipt
: come up out of a great: struggle with Residents cf the resereation
objections to the game except) it be as illustrating, to a certain extent, ;1 officiate the governor: and staff and Thursday. April 1f. tw:{. Work in scriptions.
both the Doliiical of their : I tiieir garments nobled in blood to be with cocti
on Sunday. Where is tlure in either I principles other vuitois will be taken up officially F. ('. degree. Visiting: brethren cordially may now supplied
father and the domestic good sense I i i ground their arms at his feet, and, who of the several hours after tf,
i,; the Old or New testament anything of their mother. There I is a noticeable in the council meeting this evening invited. paper
: had received his benediction of "peace Issue leaves the
forbidding play on Sunday? absence of the "frills and follies and several aldermen having; assured H. C. Tunison, W. M. press.

L -- fancies," so common among fashion 1! The News that this was their inlen- i Land good will, were alike mourners T. II. Fleet wood. Sec.

St Mr. Bryan in his Commoner proposes able families: about the Cleveland I i tion. Col. T. V. Messier who is on the when the assissin's bullet did its SEE ELECTRIC LIGHTS AT SOL
children. They dress in the plainest I work.
to publish list of the deadly TRAVELING IS DANGEROUS. OMON'S.
H a gentlemen i governor's staff, had a conference with
of well-made clothes. No mechanic'swife j
r The robins come to build! their
that he considers eligible for feels envious when she sees ; Admiral Iligginsen this afternoon relative I Constant motion Jars the kidneys,

the democratic nomination. lie heads them go by to school or playing in I to the visit of Governor Jenningsand I nests, the bluebirds sing their sweet which are kept In place in the body by NOW IS THE TIME TO FURa.jISri

the list with \\'. J. Stone of Missouri. the streets-which they do along with I put). i spring songs; in the April months as delicate attachments. This Is the YOUR DINING ROOM, AND MAS-
the other children of the town-be- I did in that memorable
they : April-
'me W. J. part of his name no doubt reason that travelers, trainmen, streetcar j STON &. QUINA HAVE WHAT YOU
cat"e they are not more showily
when' Abraham
U all that could be desired dressed than the children of the I I INJURED AT THE NAVY YARD.: j' thirty-eight year sago- men, teamsters and all who drive I WANT IN SIDEBOARDS CHIN

"plain people." They are always neat, I ham Lincoln joined the "choir invisible very much suffer from kidney diseasein I CLOSETS, TABLES AND CHAIRS.

i New Hampshire has been trying but never ;gaudy. They are modest I Fra ik Smith an (\-pilot on the bar, whose music is the gladness! of some form. Foley's Kidney Cure :...

but never haiiehty.; They: are reserved -I but who: has been employed a' the na- the world." The flag that Lincoln strengthens the kidneys and cures all t CREX AMERICAN GRASS CARPETS -
prohibition for many years, but now but bashful '
never or yard for the met witha 'uplifited is the banner honor1b I l
past )
Icy form of kidney and bladder disease.
her house of ref H'Sl'ntltiH's has Ju t Their manners are easy with lothacquaintances tall !| AND LINOLEUM FINEST
serious accident while at work on nations; the principles he sustained I
and because Geo. E. Hansan locomotive
; passed a bill to license liquor dealers strangers; ,

The vote was 214 to in;;-exactly two they have been taught selfconfidencebut ,1! the big floating docks at eleven o'clock I and taught: are more and more Lime, O, writes: "Constant vibration 'THING ON EARTH FOR YOlqi ;

to one. The license sysum was false: know pride nothing which so whatever often of makes that, i 1 this morning. In some manner he i becoming the heritage of the world of the engine caused me a great i HALL, DINING ROOM OR OFFICE-

became jammed between iron that will be universal. deal of trouble with and i RUGS TO MATCH. MARSTO''QUINA. \ *
adopted in Vermont some weeks ago. the children of the rich objectionableand land my

I irritating. The children indeed, i was being unloaded and had forth legs !j Was it not the iuuortal: Lincoln I got no relief until I used Foley'sKidney '' _

J4 Some of the republican) newspapers: know little and care less about class: broken. He was carried 10 Ihe naval | who, on being asked what would be Cure." W. A. D'Alemberte.

distinctions base-l, upon money or social i! hospital for treat.nt-lit. : his coat of arms proudly!! replied) 121 South I'alafox street.Tho i SEE ELECTRIC LIGHTS AT SONION'S. (""
arc giggling over the effective! work The .
or jwilitical prominence. i
after thinking of his woodland home,
i being done by Mr. Bryan for the republican three I little pirls: and one little l>oy I I (
I DEWEY DAY TO BE CELEBRATED. i j"a pair of shirt sleeves." Povertyjis teams are kept busy at Jacoby's
party. They better not are just healthy vigorous, funlovingAmerican ''I Hot Chocolate with
i' children, who make dirt : often the ragged robe that hides todny although the store has not been ;
laugh too soon for there will be i On May 1st the Ancient Order of j i Whipped Cream at Solo
[ pies play dolls and go riding on their I Ia lustrous jewel aglow with inner formally open.'Hl. Ha has enough ,
some way found for disusing) of Mr. bicycles just the same as the otherI Hioernians will celebrate Dewey Day I mon's.
light. The bright particular stars though to deliver all goods promptly.
Bryan and they will have the real I children on the street in wnich they' in an elaborate manner. The committee 'I I i J
I that have bestudded the domes of
old unterrified to deal with in the live. They are not being reared for"society" '
; visited the park today and set
or for an abnormal spherein men church and state are the men rockedin .SEE ELECTRIC LIGHTS AT SOL I STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE

II U next contest. life because of the fact that their. i lto work cleaning, 1111 and putting the I cradles of sorrow and want: but OMON'S. I

father of the. park in order gent rally. I -
was once president:
t, It is reported that a big mining lr. S. Their education is being; A meeting of the order will be held rising o'er the Alps with eagle Among the many sweet things keptat 3etwrn Pensacola and Milti.n--R'

company has secured acres of prosecuted along lines tnat will make, i' tonight and all) : I strength and opinion they have won Jacoby's new store will be found

t' coal lands in Arkansas and is soon them thoroughly American without' : ments, ptrftcteJ necessary arrange I distinction and a name among the bottle-1! loneand a variety of candies I e linn Daily Kicppt t'under

suggestion: ; of snobbishness.It noblest of the earth. They are the
coal. It is to be "
to begin mining
could! be wished that a greater: I I at ten twenty and thirty cents "CITY OF TAMPA.
owned and controlled by union labor ; princes whom God and nature crown
number of parents who are above the Skirt and Shirtwaist Boxes, all I per pound.

and-if the story is not a pipe dreamit average in wealth or success of other.1' styles and prices, made by B, H. Fair-I and sceptre with immortality ji< Milton. a:ei am Lv Pontscoza. ,'J IaIrl'enetwolaY5riam

disclosure sorts in life would follow the example Abraham Lincoln can now look ; ; Ar M ron
will prove a most interesting -
:i see Samples 16 E.
Romana We will launder your spreads for Far ,8uc; Hound trlpll-
of the Clevelands in
the ol
labor would if rearing this great nation as it lies beneath -
what :
to upon
their children. Two many little people: j street, next to Telephone Exchange 15 cents each and make them look
of Infinite Love and
the smiles
It were in capital's place. 'loAlm
become imbued through: the influence 'ike law tAI' Tanndry.
or teachings; of their parents, with a realize that the loftiest hopes of his JEWELER IN HIS

Is the bridal a part of the harness? false idea of their importance in the life were fulfilled in the present "
The question may sound idle, but it social fabric. Many a food man and LINE OF "unity and married calm of all the Tike Laxative flame QuInine Tablets
Isn't for a strike Involving 1::!GO men woman has ben spoiled: in the rearing states," the chivalry and valor of TbUiitnatnregfTK L on every NEW
by toe notions of a cod-fish aristocracy THAT GRAY, GOODMAN & box, ::;C. 19 FrSEE
is on at Altoona, Pa., because of that absorbed\ from a purseproudfather I RADER ARE SHOWING. American hearts and the deathless

very question.: The other morning: or a socially foolish mother. I brotherhood of the American people. ELECTRIC LIGHTS AT SOL Me to

when the union drivers at the mines I Try The News' WANT COLUMN. The image and lofty example of OMON'S. have moved Palafox my Jewelry formerly ..r"a'
.120 South
went to the stables they found tho PCNIC.! Lincoln will be enshriaed In'ry patriotic ,
Bias & Co. and am
mules all harnessed save: the The Ladies' Auxiliary of the B. ol: : sample bottles of Dr. Kilmer's heart until the end of time. A. C. BINKLEY I pled by if'79j
I 1 de'irss hi* friends better prepared than ever to
The union stablemen said the bridles L. E. will give a picnic on April 2S I Swamp-Root the great kidney, liver National liberty and freedom will I *',
''at I trdth'! t ntlcto know that In has j great bargains in diamonds,wan"
were not a part of the harness and refused Magnolia Bluff. Tickets! 23 cents. and bladder remedy are being distributed !- never die while his name is remem- : and: I
Loved to R 101m fXH. Thi .f-n building jewelry, etc. Call and Pile oe
to put them on the mules' !Trains will leave union depot at 2:30 here from house, free Have bered and tte American people can
II where he will continue heretofore let convince .
m me yon.THE
.beads. The union drivers held that Ip in., 4 p. m. and 8:30 p. m. a3td I you received one? learn from his career the lessons that a general law practice J I. iTEPH.".a.


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HOODOO TRIP ) FREE FREE W. 0. O'NEAL E,ftnUMt i ; No. BOOB' M. E. CLARK Cashier;



wouldn't be to
very sorry see
the battleships get away from Pen-

BATTLESHIP NEEDS EXTENSIVE sacola for business reasons in as few Opportunity Worthyof Designated Depository of the UnitedStates. 1 l x -

days as possible] ," said u
a prominentfish
AFTER HER MAIDEN Condensed Statement:: at the close of business March 201903. j t t
dealer yesterday. The gun Your Notice.

CRUISE. practice of ther vessels have driven RESOURCES. LIABILITIES. s t ; t,

Loa..and Discounts. .......... ........... .
out to sea all beach fish and we $375,03762 Capital Stock ... .. .. ...... ....... .... $200.000.00 ":
Demand Loans.............. ...... ... .... 8320300 Surplus ...... ,... ...... .... .... .. .... .. .... 20,000.00 t1
(N. Y. World.) have been unable to secure a poundof If you suffer with kidney disease or Orerdrafts..................... ........ .... 2,35293 Undivided Profits................ ..... .... 609.39 't

13.-The damag- these fish during the past monthor any ailment arising from an Improper U. B. Bonds and Premiums......... ...... 213,80687 Circulation... ,.. ........ ... ... .... .... ... 126,000.00 w : .sty 4

\or!Jlk. Va, April so. The fish are all driven or action of the kidneys or urinary or Btock, ecuritle3) etc.... ............ ...... 2.62500 Dividends Unpaid.. .... ............ ..... .. 54.00 t '

toi j'ba'tlesbiP Maine will probably be Furniture and Fixtures.... ................ 6.71848 Deposits ........................ ...... ...... 621,346.81 ,s .
this offer
tni the Brooklyn navy yard for scared into deep water and our seining gans, we make to the peopleof Cash and Exchange...... ...... ... ......... 283,16080 r hE ; r a'I I.
w boats are of course not able to Pensacola should interest you. In t, I
fcne is 6ertously injured by tit j.
airs reach them. By this time or within the advancement of medical science, r
.e tXI".riDlf.ntal firing of her six.lnch the kidneys the of Lie Total..... .... .... .......... ............. $966,910.20 Total.... .... .... .... ......,...... .... $966,910.20
half a month we have usually spent organs greatest :
.. This bank for business October 2* 1900. We solicit '
opened respectfully will '
.." yourpatronage land we give
f ten thousand dollars for the small importance to human health, have not
-; n ai:,'t-n Grub! of the new bat four business prompt, courteous and careful attention. # u .
fish and our trade in this respect is been neglected and in placing before:
..,r., :- a rontinuous story of disas- 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. t i
1. therefore no small thing. It may you such a cure as Doan's Kidney Pills t i
Th.-re was trouble between the
t tS seem unreasonable but the target the proprietors recognize how far so
and crew before the vessel left .
errs encountered practicing has really injured our many statements of the makers of i it"
v.Vi"rt busines#?, although it has certainly similar preparations have fallen shortof
\4- tncdlatE'y] after sailing. Then YNi I
: !:: t
their claims
improved the navy's efficiency. The being convinced thatno
the Klin mount accident, fol-]
"-i si: heavy flung has done even more than remedy for kidney complaints in
> discovery of defective boll- }
.i a
I\"u. this-it has had the effect of jarring existance equals Doan's Kidney Pills (
,,' mishaps caused seven
fS: ':' eggs to such an extent that hatch- for such ailments; strengthened in \('
,, ''. two months.
y. : m ing is impossible. I know this to be these conv' tions by letters that are *f' 1
in'the warshlp's I S ,
:-: ; a "scoop" true from a personal loss and from daily received of the work they are do. r

j. A:.W i !'i I It is was the result caused of by structural practice, what gentlemen have told me.Ve ing for mankind's benefit, old backs t 5)So) rnuu@ t@ llrn AIL/( o t 1'i '

) have no great kick coming, though and young backs are being constantlyfreed I !
tl., Porto Ilican coast, where
.ft j >
t s.:: but I wOUld not be sorry to see the from never-ceasing aches, and i tt; r ,
tried. The revs I
.'h cans were
(i ships sail out tomorrow." many a lame and shattered one, stooped :
uf: i!hi' gins forced the decks into I I t
and contracted, is strengthened invigorated .

jc-r'n-ii( : l: 'that will require extensive "Spaniards are a revengeful people and infused with new life.I I m

,. .,'r- 'fl:" se must be done by the I I i
; remarked a seaman from the! With such a medicine an offer of this ; *
,.,.. because the Cramp's built ; .
r. n' I .
f '
Marietta yesterday. "While we lay kind can be made without hesitancy j I {.
to Government '
rt : -- according at Curacoa some of us went ashore. for while we lose the box we give to ]o'

i :! ( :l .''.f. I CONCERT AND DANCE. ].. "I, PI I .
f' Dutch names assists
: Although it is a city, you we make a friend that us I
7-; .' .'.' in recoil acted! as le"prito : the Hall Friday night, j ; .ri:
of Spain are on all sides and if you in the sale of many others. Armory r"t 1''
outboard side of the gun + '
p" are an American and betray yourselfyou April the 24th. Benefit, St. ..J t

!11: :: ,i. and: : to depress the inboard had better watch for lurking danger FULL BOXES Cemetery Fund. Refreshmi,nts. Ad- (( WL) 1- : f' ,.. i' 'It

, ; T'- shows that the mounts arer when you go among the Span- mission :S5; cents. 13A10t. ; & _, ; ::1\t 1 ,r: ,
t "ii'ally braced.\ I, of Doan's Kidney Pills will be given t'.1! .. I.. ,"to I 'I (
actually dangerous; .
lards. They are
J \ '
: C. who away free to every person suffering Cereal Foods i 'I I' "
!u of Lieut. A. Baker '
I'1 "I
they will cordially shake your hand Our line of ,. itr I ; :,'
with ailments at the undersigned t
fever, sent tot I kidney without not appetizing but Alpaca I I;
'. .1 uphold was cream are .I J: it"
pleasant] a greeeting as is Warm .. ,
give you as 1 ; .1\ ;' .
first ..
First serv- .
of six | come, is to It.;
'. ,.1 nor bjrial. The bUllies good raw cream not always easy i'' ''
receive anywhere and Weather Serge ::
possible to ,-t: ,
t', '- IM rp b'iried at soa.SPANIARDS will I and only this one chance offered. get. Borden's Peerless Brand Evaporated ,'! 't. ':I.ti.r I I ,
when you are not looking they Remember this is not a sample box, 1 Cream is superior to raw cream Clothing and '" t-t"I' .

put a knue in you. One poor fellow box Doan's Kid t' is now if. ', : 1 "J '
but a regular size of
UMBRAGEAT with delicious flavor and richness.
TAKE Sicilian
standing in a streetin a ready. Hi .i' :.t !i iCo
from our ship was ; i
NEWS' STORY ney Pills, which retails at 50 cents. Use it for general cooking purposes. i I .
I that city when a knife was suddenly An as. ", 1 :. ..;
Remember, Borden's Condensed Milk Co., propri- { tt'
IVnsacoia. Fla.. April 11, 1' 'J3. I and treacherously thrust in his .. etors. Assort andVests. : ; Jn:1:; :1

E. 'nr.! neck' immediately following a glad Free Distribution One Day Only ment 4 t' 'tj' \ {I

i wish to call to your attention handshake by a party whom we afterward ICE CREAM SUPER consisting 111 : L ); "
Friday, April lath at Sidney Kahn'sDrug \ I.of I.
:L... article whiih appeared in yester- ascertained was a Spanish Styles.J 1 I l1rJi;
Romaaa and Pala- ,
Store corner "
Daily News regann? the fight 1 soldier. Another of our men wasstruck Crash 'j .
i ; i
: fox streets. Ice cream supper at the Salvation Correct, ,,'. i llt 1
t' .'b occurred between the Amvri- mysteriously by a Spaniard Tickets ten Linen, : t'
Cut this advertisement out and bring Army hall Tuesday night. Quality .' n ; .
<,. ailors and the Spanish sailors I who was never captured. \Ve after cents. Flannel \: ,.1 a "
.. 'in iliiia's! Dance Hall in which ward discovered that it was positively with you.Sole I and and .6; _f .J :l'l t' lirf-
agents for the United States, if... -.1 (
s. die following: dangerous to let a Spaniard get to MATTRESSES OF ALL GRADES HomeSpun : "' r :' ,
Prices t! .
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. ,
LL>\/ this morning six Spanish jour back in that place.] I ('annotsay FROM $L50 TO $12.50. SIXTY r ;1

il to lick as many American how it is here but in the settlements -- -- -- --, ,- DAYS FREE TRIAL ON OUR LAMINATED Coats andTrousers. \' Always.. 4... :'f. .tl :
but the foreigners soon FELT MATTRESSES. TRY r, t f
on the islands south of the Skirt and Shirt-waist Boxes, all 1ctth:. ; .1t
American seamen liken ONE. MARSTON & QUINA. i
-. were as full of re- states the Spaniards hate the sight styles and prices, made by B. H. Fair- j, _Sti:_ \\t ; : 1'. ." .' .

"u. matle." oi a bluejacket] and will do] him dirtyat I child. See samples, 16 E. Romana CHAS. W. PRESSLEY. : ; : :.J. : .
the minds t
nihvr direct the first opportunity. They never street, next to Telephone Exchange. .j:11.: i .i' \ .j.' r .

i the late unpleasant- I forget or forgive us for the ternole 15Alrn. Going to take vacation send your t it jJ.. t t li.Q t 1 .

work! to Johnson's Cook store at .
would! lick any two walloping we gave them a few years piano J : '! .
J fn
AlO-lvv :; ;J t .
iss'I that would step ago, when uey were given the worst LOWELL STRIKERS ARE once. r.. j r' ,
r. .
whipping of any nation on earth:' REVIEWED BY THE MAYOR ----- ---- -- -' -- j ..+ it '1
'. ''IT of fact no such '
JOS. COLEMAN :if'6 JJ: rl ei '
ac: was used nor was Lowell, Mass. April 14.-Thousands( 1 + .
!',le evidence. "A little story comes from the post I \\'fj 1 -; ,
of textile operatives who are out of ,, :, .
; :" t' ;
with itt
.1 i ide office which has a laughable: side, '
work account of the strike participated .. :i'. \' "
: to the Spaniards on 38 EAST ROMANA STREET. CLOTHIER -fa
said a gentleman] "t 1st Sunday a .. t 'kJ '
i-antm-hs. and would in the parade yesterday. Marching I : .' t" it i
certain mail carrier received a boo ...tiet Work and Refinishing Furniture a ,,::1'1 .'
!I" people who claim through the r,
-vlww that they are bet of 1'aster lilies from a lady with operatives passed SpecialtyIliono 212 South 1'alafox, o' $ < )IVimoohi Florida. +r "t;;. :
business section of the city and afterwards \. : I
..I 1>':-it you Americansi \ her compliments. The flowers were 4.OO.
i virtures, that he is : I'J.'a.\ mass meeting. The t 1i -
unintentionally placed on the wrong
.ut with the victory : I processsion; was reviewed at the city '; :
desk and carrier for whom they 4
a .
but must taunt &
i : hall by Mayor ]Howe. j'
1 ; t
your midst by remitter wore not intended took: possession of Speeches were made from three ;; A :1 !
: : of Santiago thorn and after they had wilted gave t '
., betweenhall. different points on the common. Representative tUa : 4
of light ,
: ::
them hack to their real] owner pretending .
Jack-son of Fall River .WHOLESALE GROCERS : ,
1 ;: to have discovered his mis I ... .k f 't'
1'i'tiple' of the South congratulated] the textile operativeson ifi1M.! tl, ,
urrendered to the take. ?cane people] in the office were two things: the way in which I .. .'

>. you would] have mad others jealous and others mirthful they had conducted the strike and Nos. 102 104 IDS East Government St. PENSACOLA FLA j.j44{ ; J#

"I 1 the Kind I haveiid over the little incident, which has the fact that they are gaining theconfidence i ;
Southerners in- ] and respect uf the public. I 1' -

and we know that been carried' a long ways by the Rev. Father McOrady] : ] of Kentucky MOSQUITOES SAID TO BE y, r i

i i r minded pt-ople] in I faithful mail carriers." said that the ]laboring people! who ; : Lumber. "i
share FREQUENT CAUSE OF INFECTIONNew :x3 scantling, $5 thousand.
will resent the e-f- are producing: wealth ought; to per ,
I-T to keep alive liberally in its returns. He urged all 3x3 scantling $G per thousand. fis4' '
"It's the first time I have boon in
decided! by brave to join the union. He said that ]labor 1 York, April 14.-In the opinionof Other items In proportion. Call and 1 a I "

a first-class American port in twenty was treated for the making of .I 'b' I IIS Dr. Amos R. Jenkins of the Merchant !see us.MG.lmo.. t

,t, i"etfully. months and at liberty ashore" saida millionaires of the mill agents. "You ?. S 1 1 i Marine Hospital service who : BECKMAN LUMBER CO.Hudgins' + w W 1
: :
'.llt'.lL: B1LIUO.i jolly seaman from the Olympia. came into the world to share worldly I: : I has been making an exhaustive studyof ------ ---
S; S. Francisea.Buntrtt's ] goods alike. Go into the fight: determined new style label for his 5 '; a
\Ve have been mixing with nig- .
; '
up to win and victory willanue : ;A' the matter, vessels calling at a .
ent will interest .
I cigar
cers. Spaniards Cubans Mexicansand fever infected port can have the disease you.VelMihn :
Vanilla Extract i ia your way. I : '
everything but our own color] and ,.. : I transmitted to their passengersor ----- p i
k.l' I''ur: >'t< Ilf the doubtful I when this afternoon my chum and! ". '; : : : : crew without any of these touching ;

rn i -tiu: a few" centsit myself were given leave to come .1' : : 4' foot on shore.Mosquitoes \\ { y

purity and great I ashore I believe I could have swam 'fS ,: I ., the investigator says, Comply ,
the molt ( : are Le most frequent cause of ship
1. 'cullumi-I the entire distance. \Vo find this, citya ftp Irtrr r : ,, I IJ' infection and in a memorial] which WHOLESALE AXI RETAIL I 3' i"' ti d

wry pretty place-a sort of city we .1 I': I. I he addressed to the British: admiraltyand

I IL delight to drop into for jour people Robin we here to governments \\ ho"e'essels GROCERS.Headquarters $t ; !

'JRSION IM1I t r ply to Inft'ct'IIIIor.s he points out this:
seem to have some feeling for toe ? drink f'y ,1 r :+
I er danger, and few realize how i
says very
nl! l he given tl'Tmr- ;poor sailor and w> :are not the slowest] t r Hires dangerous -ie mosquito is. It a t

1.iM t seven on fteaniw P"oi>le] in the world) to recognize and I ui for 4

apprif'.ato! these foelinss. I Rootbeer A Great Sensation.
,mess tho !\{'arl"hpoints SOLD BY
ti The grmteat uprinn tonic. f Fancy and Staple Groceries. .a
cif interest & A p'u'kujff m..k..t1.It&I.. rq There was a big ten;:atlon in Lees-

!Uire and refres.hvi "Things looked mighty dark for iny: I luni.or by mail hdde.ery.lx for :-3 rent.&a.. }', .r D. & I. MAYER vile! Ind., when W. II. Drown of thatplace .* ALL KINDS OF UP-TO-DATE j 1

business! last night" said; a I'ahfo\: IHmr-'E.liltrra HIRES, ft. CO, I'I t i, u'I who was: erjiec.ed: to die, had FANCY GOODS.

'street merchant. "] was expectingan I t his life saved by .r. Kings; New Discovery WE ARE SOLE DISTRIBUTERSFOR t --lqm

,l 1.0DGlXo. 10. : interpretation to a strange dream t Next Door to First National Bank. for consumption. lie writes "I: WEST FLORIDA FOR THE 4'4

11.t. I had several nights previous when endured insufferable agonies from CELEBRATEDCafe M ; p

I went out suddenly] Asthma but New Discovery ,
the electric lights your gave
I xi.% xxxxxi'Si du Mode Coffee, Sweet Home k'
TRIC LIGHTS AT SOL- not immediate relief and thereafter
tt!; Several people whom I knew were me soon Molasses, Illinl and Climax Flour, ly .
1 1I the personification of virtue were in. effected a complete cure. Similar] '
--- I i ARE YOU IN Baylels Delicatessen, German-Ameri

:.;1. . ... .. -'- -.-. I and movable articles were lying cures cf Consumption, Pneumonia can Food Company's Canned Meats,
i about indiscriminately. My dream A HURRY Bronchitis and Grip are njmerous. Etc. Etc.
I ANNOUNCEMENTS i if was that I had been rouoed. Whet It' : the peerless 'err.edy for all throat t 1 1E.

t.. . ... -(! the lights flashed I missed tvcprospective FOR GROCERIES? and knpr troubles. Price 50c and $1.I
uiC \ : '
!'! ! !
I customers whom I Knew There's always a wagon at our door, ready to bring them to you. Guaranteed by W. A. D'Alemberte, :

TY MARSHAL I not and articles valued at about fifteen Plenty of clerks here enough to fill jour orders without neglectIng ] Druggist, 1:1 S. Palafox street. Trial Electrical contractor and builder, '

cents. If that is the answer to others. Everything that's choicest in bottles free. will do your electrical work in first- i :
ten >unc myself as a my dream I am content. class style and at reasonable rates +e ;

rt (';tjr Marshal at the GROCERIES AND TABLE LUXURIES.Lots Menu for any day.-Breakfast Ham He can be found at 30 South Palafoz
Skin Eczema. of dainties not found in ordinary stores. Prices no higher .
Itchiness ,_
of all street. Phone 203. r ,
v officers to be held on"d dinner Yam, supper Jam, kept by TI

respectfully solicit The only] remedy in the world that than you'll pay for inferior grades. Jacoby. i41 1

f the qualified voters of will at once stop Itchiness of the Skir
THOMAS F. NFE. I, on any part of the oody that is absolutely CHAS. W. PRESLEY
PHONE 178.
: ] sate and never failing is Doan will leave for the summer. Send your I rMitio

-y MARSHAL i Ointment. Free samples at Sidney. .. piano work to Joh on'8 Book Storeat

]Kahn's Drug Store Friday: April 17th, ---' ----- ----- --- -- -- '--- once. AlO-lw

tin-self as a candi' I THEO. BELLAMORE, D .t

.>f City Marshal at { tog19ap 9'
read The News. ;
Up-to-date Optician! i.
Refracting Good Cypress Shingles, $1.25 per i204 _h _
ion.: and
respectof I Graduate of Parts, (France) and Philadelphia! thousand. BEEKMAN LUMBER CO. % S. Palafox I at
.t.: the voters ol i YOU CAN SEE YOUR EASTER
l' .I '
I SUIT IN GRAY, GOODMAN & RADER'S ', Old Armor Building, Fenawola Fla. -
Try The News' WANT COLUMN. Try The News Want Column.'i 1,



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: Thousands Have Kidney Trouble WOODPECKER Growing Old Gracefully

and Don't Know it. fjiSjOTES Kaltei

t How To find Oat. -Buddy" McEwen a little white boy Healthfully

I Fill a bottle or common glass with your 5 this for throwing
was fined ? morning Ti The infirmities of old
: water and let it stand twenty-four hours; athngUdicatesn age
: sediment or set I stones and otherwise abusing a white e

; : 1 woman. The prosecuting witness said The barge Ben, built by Robt. Lang- successfully combated by the

'4-1 i. I; unhealthy condi- : the boy had "chunked me and called HELVET1 ford for E. E. Saunders & Co. is now I use ofMHEUSER
TTtl'i I tion of the kid- I I
'tYi I r neys: if It stains i me a woodpecker." The boy didn't deny ready to be launched.'ihe i p44EUSER&usV ,

:;_ your linen it 13 what the woman had said.
evidence cf kid. I MILK CONDENSING CIt schooner Donna Christina, collided -

(p.. ney trouble: to ORDINANCE WILL BEDISPOSED with the barge Peter this morning -
; .. I
frequent: desire to J! OF TONIGHT in the stream, tearing away her
pass it or pain in I, \ .
--- th; back is also jib boom. : TIAIEThe .up,,.

convincing prod that the kidneys and bladder j This evening the city council will L -
schooners Lottie Hask- Fcod.Dr/nj.
The fishing
are cut of order. convene in regular monthly session
What to Do. ins, B. F. Sutter, Lettie G. Howard arrived -
F J1its tonic
There is comfort in the knowledge so and the bond and: Terminal Company is the Cream this morning with 8,500 snappersfor properties are invalua.

oren expressed, that Dr. KHmer's Swamp- ordinonces will be taken up on third that makes the coffee appetizing. Poor (ui ble to those who are
E. E. Saunders & Co. V Mi weak-
Root. the great kidney remedy fulfills every reading and will be .disposed of. It cream has spoiled many a breakfast

wish in curing rheumatism pan: in the : is understood the franchise committeehas I The The British steamship Lowlands, ::4b.; I nursing mothers, little children
tack, kidneys, liver bladder and every part geuuinaPet
cf the urinary passage. It corrects inbihtyti framed a report on me Terminal : Captain Thomas, arrived from Gulf- % gj1and the aged.

( hold water and scalding pan in passing I Company's application for additional pert this morning with a part of cargo All sell it.
i BrandEvaporated : druggists Prepared by the
it, cr bid effects following use of liquor !
privIleges.The of 10.S11 pieces of lumber. i
wine or leer, and: overcomes that ur.pleasant
, necessity: : cf being compelled to go often I II :, tj Anheuser-Busch Brewing
} during the day. and to get up many times I street cars stopping in front of The fruit schooner Union arrived

I during the night. The mild and the extraordinary :ijacoby's: make it convenient for tha Cream this morning from Ruatan with 1,000 V Louis, U. S. A.

; efiect of Swamp-Root is soon ladies. They will find what they want bunches of bananas, 1,000 bunches of Order* promptli tillnl InALITvED V
I realized.: I; stands the highest for: its wonderful without going further. i I bears the above cap label. Ask | and 3IOOG Wholesale Dealer Pensacoia
plantains 1,000 cocoanuts.
cures of the most distressing cases. iI II 1 your grocer lor the right kind -
If you: need a medicine you should have the I I 1 which is the most satisfactory |
f MRS GEORGE HALL kInd. Never sours guaranteed The perfect system maintained by J. A. VAN PELT. J C VAN
:, 1e: :;:. Sild: by druggists in SOc. and.$;!. sizes. i absolutely pure cow's milk most Pru
j You may have a sample bottle of this DIED THIS MORNING | nutritious and appetizing. Try w1kh'ery department is properly
1 "" it in your coffee-it beats all i ii
wonderful! VAN PELT
discovery : looked alter and no mistakes or errors -I BROTHERS
-,r.d a bock that tells1-! :: i Cthers.HELVETIA ,
: lore about it. both se'U t 'tt E. '..l"." _: Mrs.I fleorge Hall, a prominent lady MILKCONDENSING made, thus relieving: guests from

.opclutely: free by mail. i; :: : re iilin? near Uluff! Springs, died suddenly -, CO. vexatious annoyance, is conceded to:

I. Area Dr. Kilmer & of S..amp-Roct. .his morning, Ifavinsj a husband Highland, Illinois be one important element contributing ST&PIiE AND FANG GROCERS
Co., Bingharr.tsn: N.Y. When writing men-
and quite a number of children. Mr. ta the popularity and success of
tion reading this generous cit'er in this paper.
C L. Wiggins, who wa at Bluff the Merchants Hotel. .
'<.a't make any mistake, but re-
Springs, yesterday, sail this morningthat ---I FRESH LINES OF DELICACIES RECEIVED DAILY AND OEJ.IVEIiEO
Ri-'mbor the name Svvamp Rout. Dr. CURRENT COMMENT. Don't drink whiskey! At least. don't
he did not think the lady hail ANY PART OF THE CITf.
Kilmer's: Swamp Root and the address ; drink too much. And let the little j"ou
: been ill an hour previous to her death. Savannah News: The WashingtonStar
;1 liinshamton, N. Y., oa every do consume be good stuJf; this you Have Added to Stock a Complete Assortment of Anti-Rust Tinware. Pcs
\vsrd In when
| A long distance telephone message. speaks a true jest I
Ip b-ltle. :i, can always find at Coloring's barrooms tively Guaranteed Not to Rust. This is Something! that Houseless-
came to MiViggins; today conveyingnews it says many: a man is never spoken

i of the lady's death. of as a "leading citizen" until after he three of them in the city. Mr. ers have not had the Opportunity to Purchase Before.

LABELS ON: THE BREAD. Goldring has found that it pays him
. has become involved in some scandal.
" 1 Savannah News. better to sell good high grade goods PELT
r ; i The Dirmln ham.\ e-HE'rald (Dem.)
and hold his trade than to sell cheap
There sometimes occur unusually The pleasant to take and harmlessOne says: "A New York preacher says ,
American civilization is a pie the top and inferior liquors. Thats the secretof
amusing side isuts in the war imme-
nurry Minute Cough Cure gives TELEPHONE NO. 23J J AAA 31 EAST GARDEN ST.
crust of which is steepd in cham- MS success in the business.
between organized labor: an'l organ- diate relief in all cases of Cough, pagne while tLe bottom is sogged __ n _
--- -- ---- --- -
ized capital t3 see which shall own Croup and LaGrippe because It does with beer. That preacher should

the earth. In this great contest the not pass immediately into the stom. take something for his liver." NasalGATABRH WICKE&CO.

, luiblic often cuts rather a sorry figure. ach, but takes effect right at the The Albany (N. Y.) Argus (Dem)

Yet it is a pleasure to make a note of seat of the trouble. It draws out says: "Alexander Hamilton, the

the fact that the public as represented the inflammation heals and soothes great originator of the republican In all IU liveisnould there .tADJ Plumber Gas and Steam Fitter
party, once wrote: "Nature has distributed be clcanunevs.A1iafj
by the housewives \Vinsted.. Conn., I.
r and cures permanently by enablingthe an equality ot rights to every Ely's Cream: BunrIcane5oithcsa'idIi'3Ir ,

won out in the incident about to be lungs to contribute pure life-giv man. How then, can the English

related. people have any rights over life, If o. & South Palafox Street
tt ing and life-sustaining oxygen to the the di>c-eJ wen:brai.c.: .

It is very well understood that while blood and tissues. Hargis' Pharmacy, liberty or property in America? We It ccrecararr1tant(;i\'cs ,\I Klifl 01 Pla-Bhini? and Oaa Fitting ITatnrials! lisp on Han:
I from Great Britain not
are separated cu.d ; tiii zisi
u lhi trusis are trying to gobble every-: John Sheppard, Sidney Kahn. I only by the ocean but by the fact away lulck'y. 11 ".",...'....: ,..". .x>*i w iir ,4 rwvj *. i"fSAMUEL '

L' thin;;, organized labor is insisting that i I that we have no share in governingher ( rrani Ii'm Ii I"ac.-t! Into tile-lO,;tr!!!,spreads -- -- -- -

p a unifii labei ue stuck on everything. j CREX GRASS FURNITURE, FOR I, and. therefore, she, by the law of over t'.e a',<1 !Is a'.o-'.'CL Kc.;iefia !m.
nature can have no share in govern- mcdi-ite s-:.!a csretoUan-i: I: U r.'.t 'lrj.c- Thus from the cradle to the grave, : THE LIBRARY PARLOR AND BED ,
ins us. A republican who should notirinln-eMiee:;n-. Lir,:?;;>,1p.5<,ccas:Drug.
and ail Ji tween, we are confronted ROOM, AT MARSTON &. QUINA'S. : talk like' that today would be drummed jlkH: or by nui!; Trial SLIP, 10 cents by mai!

l : with the trust and the union label. Not I out of camp as a deserter and a KY EKOriIEKd.5ii,: Warren Street.: :'cw York. i BOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
t "
"1 t 'a r >!Xns are CXt'Dlpt| from the gen- I spised anti-impcrm'.iht. de-I .L
. ; r II nih'I ht' r r.ian'ifjicture is controlled The Chicoga ChroniceDem.! ) ) M
BEST FOR THEBOWELS Wbol 'ale and Retail Dealer J.eathH.Findio .
: by a trust and the union of "If Wilhelmina ever invites her i .\ .:i= | Shoes
z friendVilhelm, to send a few of his ,
ad coftns 'PJln 1-1 M4. 007' SOli'll rAIilrOY: TlliKr.
.to ('oib'I:1a'rs) has cpJoied ihat
soldiers into Holland' to maintain order

t must boar the! unhn label!; other StomachTroubles she may be assured that the soldiers -1 --- --

1f \vi-e all union undertakers and sextons will not only keep the peace, J. DUBUISSOX S? BROTHER
but they will keep Holland, too The If you l.Ten't a rcsrnlar, liealtLr movement of lbs ,
;t' \\irefuse! to bury the botlies: contained bowel every dar. you're ill or sill be. Keepour.
kaiser wants no bottler excuse to acquire Do.el.opfl.&fl'hbd ...11. 1-orre.ln tlie .hai>euf io
!f in Ihcsn. This. by the way is in Chi lent pbr.e"'I".ni..I. d...."*rou. his .n.oothtst.eaM 10KXKK TAint \GOS.\ AND IMKNDKNCIA STUJIKTS,
seaports which are the one ,,.t, must l'rf-t wa/ of ke.|lug ii-6 boaell
t ('ao. Happily in this section! of the I great lack of the German empire." lieu aD. cleaa uto take Dealers in

'I (.III try the have lot ye' been so I I The Louisville Courier-Journal CANDY

lightly drawn, and one may yet shuffle (Pent.) says: "If Mr. Bryan could CATHARTICEAT 1e Choice Staple and Family Groceries oi
get the presidential bee out of his ,
: off this motral without the
I bonnet, the poison of oratory out of Our Goods are Received Fresh Diily.' They are too tmny to enumerate,
wcisshy of having a tag attached to his bl-jod. and could earnestly and
and Warranted to be the liest the Market Allord and can be
j Jib "wooden overcoat.: intelligently sit down to a study of Reli"d! on. We can Duplicate any Order Uivu us Durioj th'

. U-it all this is beside the cured trulh-or. better could travel seethe Holiday and will Deliver Free to any Fart of the City.
r I byKjDOL world and learn a little outsidehis
Hibjert, which is the light of theho's own barn-yard-he would be at COUNTRY ORDERS WILL RECEIVE CAREFUL ATTENTION.

.4 ('?.i\fs of \\ 1h'I. Conn., against once a more useful and a happier

.:( the unitn label on thdr loaves of man, a founder and builder, anti not 'EM LIKE CANDY P.O. Box326. J. E. Dubuisson & Bro..
\ the embittered architect of rein he lt..i.ant. PaHtnMe. Potent. ,..t.Good DoOooll.
':: at!t. It _tms that for a ume no BeTrr Sicken. Weu-rn. Gripi-. 10,2-'. .no16ol ...nui PHONE 66.
fI threatens to become. i per box. V.rlta fur tree amiile and booklet ''D FA111ilv Otiocors.A. .
: t of bread was permitted tbe | beaitb. Ail IrentrrKUia .'13 ...
coo. n1f TOKK.
skillet rowrr
:jl! :-.I'd \Vinsted without a union! A Guaranteed Cure I'i'eH
; for
:of ..iii'l aucuil! then to, certifymg that Itching, Fund, I'.lpcdlnif or HrotrudlrgPiles. KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN :Aai

-i: it hall been baked by :\llbn bah<..r.t Your druggist -All! refund' your I 1N very
I money if I'.AZO OINTMENT Jails to cure
Hut pre-ouiiy the h'>>ise vw' i 1) gan I
you. DO centsRICHARD'
!.f 1'1 wUD.I'r.'hn licks the stamp;;'" UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA (FUCCKSSOH: TO AVERY WOOLFOLK.)
Under all curable conditions
k! TN more they p,inhered this q lesi ion SMITH WAS In Virginia mountains. :3 Ith Summer. IMPORTER Alf D JOBBER O?

;:t Ii.i .' tinre iuiporia-.t it app< ared to Mr. D. Kauble of Mrs.W. W. Lay- rISCHARGED TO-DAY July 1 to September 1, 1903.: Meant

J tlu-in. Forae of th-ii w.'r' t rtain Nevada, 0., was ler of Hilliard curedof I far beginners, for candidates for the HARDWARE.
ii1\Hti atit1. that detected cured by Kodol Pa.. was Richard Smith, the black boy, who I
\I Upon| c'se :; : they of stomach Chronic I! bar, ami for practitioners who have

r- tie odor of stile beer ab-mt trouble which Dyspepsia by was arrested on suspicion of having lacked systematic instruction. For Iron Nails Ax", ;. Hhl\v I". M w Mill and SteamboatMipplii's

the btanips. Another sail! she noticed had effected I I i the use of thrown the stone which injured Motorman catalogue, addressR. Cooking and He :iig l'itove'!, Paint. OiN

! a distinct lia\or of ouins on the his heart. Kodol. Peters, was discharged by the MINOR, Secretary Window Olas:!. Guns. I'loh and Fi-hirnf Tackle

f .- ..lms. Still aiwth.-r tujutrht there I mayor this morning, it having been Charlottesville, Va.AplUeodlCt Asjate anti Tinware atIlt il-Miselurnishiipj; OJo1

r was th? aronia of hi'iburger on some shown that an assault by the boy In
*.f tile labels tint came to her house I a way testified to was quite impossible. ..
R Giant rititched
I vera Belting, Xortbampton Emery
I (/11 the bread. They, therefore got to- fl'IIODOI. The injured motorman was ableto DR. KING'S Wilt V.).. I. '!tIn & R'tnd Powder Co., Jotiusoa's ICil-

tj gcther am. made an appeal to the be out and testify this morning.The sorniae, Iron Kin? and Buck Stores and Ranged: Win

...-la'fJ. TJu-y said they had no objec- I reward of $j3: still holds good TRY NEW DISCOVERYFOR Coups Made Railroad& Co.' Colors.Raw Hide Lace Leather Masury'a

i lun to the stamps being stuck on Ihe and will be paid for evidence to con-

side of the wagons. on the lamp posts vict the guilty party. The officers are THAT COLD. Masonic Temple. Pensacola Fit

i or i>n tin- melting hoiu-e door: but working on a new and healthy clue TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. -- - --

they did object to them on the bread. I II I DIgeiIsThIITOIEMJohn hich has developed and which con Cures ConsumptionCoughs, TIME TABLE.

The i>< runs wl.o licked the stamps Sheppard, Hargis Pharmacy nects a white man prominently and Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma,

I might be of immaculate cleanliness Sidney Kahn. unpleasantly with the business. Pneumon iaHayFeverPlcu- LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD-

"t; I and breith as sweet as new mown hay, IN
- Hoarseness KKKECT DECEMBER 1. 1DU1
4 LaGrippe
! risy _
< nevertheless the imagining of possibi'.ities -
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* i and the undoubted smell of Chris Thiesen r HEPATICURA taken in a little Sore Throat, Croup and Now Orleans and Mobile.
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r; I stale beer and onions ou some of the ,. j water is almost tasteless. Childrencan Whoopir-g Cough.NO No.6. >o.4.tiflf. So.J. t I No.'. 'I'No.1. >olI

labels had prejudiced consumers:: take it as easily as adults. There CURE. MO PAY. 1:16. I 1I m i 11:05 p I Leave Peotaeola ,_Arrive I 11:00. | ':()I, p I
CORNER 'I 8:10. I I 1'W. s I L"&ve._ Klomnton Leave I ?:!5 a I !;III! p : fJff
: the labels the bread. The 'Is absolutely nothing bitter about the
against on I I
; 11:1'11.. I .::!1p ';!IIi. Lo-aveMobULean I2l atl lss & i. ei
.j '. ho'isewi\es Int.mated that while they INTENDENCIA AND BAYLEN SIS. taste, nor that sickening sweetness. __. ___ I :::fip I T:$) a ; 1"v8 ...Nw f'rIesnv' 1......... '__!!I() p I 1Ii.: 1:::.

were willing to bo reasonable, still It positively does not gripe or irritate wufi r S aTO North. -

they would feel themselves justified One Block West of Palafox. a delicate stomach, and its laxative t
St). '. I No.1 So. "
in procuring their supplies of bread KEEPS THE FINEST BRANDS OF effect is easy and natural. All these No.l.m I5:15p m Leave Penfacola_Arrive I .:00 p m 0:1)1.11I
I S:16 a m 6:57 p m Arrive... Montgomery .Lean 11:16 a m vtI: p"
I.I frvim some other source unless the good qualities combined in a medicine 11:M am 9s) pm \rrlv !_ Birmingham ...Leave i 8:33am .:16plll1t1fipm

; local uaUers could give them broad !1 is sure to please. That is why it has .:IOa m AfrITe/'la.bvllle _LeaTe I ___
I tS a m I 8:13 a m Arrive .LoaUvtlle _Leave I 8lIi p m 2:65 "
a'.H\e suspicion of unwholesome so many friends. Sold by all drug Trio am I 11IiII. m 'rrlveClnclooatlLeu.. I 8:00pm 11:15 pa
St : licked labels PUREST[ I U LIQUOR8V ij I' gists. TIJam 1JtIp m Arriva .Ht. Ix>oli ......Leu'* i 4:18 pm :fI6

I The argument proved effective, and, PEN, iACOLA. AND RIVER JUNCION.- *
m a m -f f i '
bt'reafterlnstt'1l will have its bread Jiudgin's, fife Sfsf pr DC. No. 51-Daily Ho. -D ily | No atop where time not ihown | No. -DallySo.\! B-W--'
without stamps. FOR 118 p m Tao m Leave_Penucoli.-Arrive 10SO p m 1:11 P II
12:15 night ':11 It .. Bohemia_ 10:11" .;14" :
.. 12:10" ':111" I. Yoleitr "' 10-.M .. 1:01.
A FRIENDLY REMINDER. Iedieina1 Use NATAL 8TOKK8 MAKRbT. ItII": 1:18" ___Eicambla..___ 10U" 8.ST .
: Family or e ei 12:36" r6": .. )lola, 101" t.ti
1 It ff IV
u.s r:28" ___ Harp __ 10J1 :
Hereafter for all reading notices of Reported Daily for The Newt bj 1t:50" '::16" .. _G.ltClt7_ so 10:10" t.n4U .
airs: festivals, plays, balls i FOB Union Naval Store. Oo.OMIH. 1tM" 111I Milton _. 10:10" I 5:51 .
; suppers \ 1M am.. ff _Good RaDII*_ _, ff : .
dramas elocutionary or any other GET YOUR CLOTHES PERFECTLY 1-88 .. S:1S a .. __ Holta__ ':16" i 4..16 C
( WW_ !S50 H_ _, __|2WO fO LAUNDERED.. A perfectly fit !:'O.. 8.M Mllligan __ .JO a I ',11 C
kind of entertainments given by \ Ihe Sailor or flSMll ______ S 33 0_ ____ J 05S S;. 8B SI l&N ..__...Cre.Ivlew..__ ':11"II I .4.oo .
Shirt if not ironed correctly will 1:00 II 8M _O eer Land N 8M .M.
churches, societies, lodges or individuals __ ___ J :a y ______ 00 ting S;21" ':18 .. Mossy Head __ .' 8to" j .:t. "
I not be comfortable.. We know howto i-te ff .. U ':11" I 1.41
where an admission is charged ____ 1l5 g ,_ U 6:01" .. fnnlak8prlni .
I __. ._ ff ,:U. 1:11..
K ____ 800 P__ 19 iron Shirts or anything else. ':18" 9:44 Argyl _
t or merchandise or other things I Swedish Punch, Danish Aquaril your ,:to' IH ff -Pone d. Leon.- U ,:. N I Ml1.M .
sold there will be of 5 German Kummel and other brandsof t_. _.____ JR5! ,'4 below__ 1 95S Why not give us a trial? 6:00 ff 10:10 ff ___WeitrllU....._ Till ff. "
II are a charge 'w?. TrP1I11I.4IhPARKER'S). 0:011": 10:18 :: ___ CarrrllU........ 1:1t. 1:40:
r cents a line for first insertion and 2H /2 I' imported Wines and Liquors. ... II loon _____Bonl7___ 6868JT I 1.11..
I % ':00" 10 so ... a N I 1:<.4
: Chlplty
cents a line for subsequent:: insertions. \ Here only you will find the N. C HAIR BALSAM [ STAR LAUNDRY 00. 8m" 111 II a __Cottoodal __ a 8:18 ff 1211I;.. 5OC'

Obituaries and .resolutions of re Bowen Kentucky Whiskey, 21 years cIJ, ud tMotifa tt. hilal T:00" 11:21"" .ff. _. Marlanna.__ N N 8:00 1:11I ff ff n.11.43'y.f I..
old. P-nmou* t bmtv truvtn.rr I 1:110" 11:45 .Cypress--
spect will come under this same ruling < Ft!. t- .ittton Guy! W. INGRAHAM Prop., ':.0" 11:61 It ff _.. Grand Btd| __ Ollt.1 ll:1 :
Valhalla Branch, corner Garden -V Hair to its louthrul_ Color. I tt-M to 11:06 noon .. _,_ Hneadi 0:21 to 1-1: .
also. I street and 10th avenue. Con*Km p d.u. h>* Phone 114. .. 372 E. Garden St. :14 I 1:14" jrrI.RIy.el.saotlOa..LeItS 0:10" 13,21I't


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Are Being Made Daily Free of Charge j.

Paymaster R. L. Robins arrived by the Red Cross Physicians, Who _

tOSIffG1 Arrived. this morning and went down tohis I Are Located at 111 West Chase )j

Lowlands Br ss, 1165, Thomas, Gulf- new station at the Pensacola navy Street-Services for Three Months 'P .
port to H. Baars &: Co. yard for the purpose of taking charge. Are Given Free to All Invalids Who 4- .
is out of balance and _
Ii so thca your system Union Br, sch 72 Foster, Ruatan. to He breakfasted at the Merchants hotel Call Upon Them Befcre April 21. ,.
ia constitution
there ia flaw somewhere your Master. and went to the yard on the 1'n.dine. .
possibility that you are losing health, too. A staff of eminent physicians and _
a? a be but Frela, Nor bk. 976, Anderson, Bei- Paymaster Ba1thls. who is re ; 1Jr
rt. Min oS in weight may slight, itnakesnderful surgeons from the Red Cross Medical ; -_ _
change ia one's looks and feelings, and ra to order. eved, will go to Washington and will Institute have at the urgent solicitation .

a\: '55 the building up process is begun in time, _ Cleared. there remain for a new assignment. of a large number of patients un .
and health ricY Sr der their care in this country, established
: and strength are soon gone _ ss Maylands, 1616 Deed Ie, By .
If are losing we.lght.there is ... \V. S. & Co. Lan a permanent branch of the Institute '
follows. you 1 Keyser : for Marseilles with mowers sharpened at 16 East
p in this city at 111 West Chase
blood is
J:1se for it. Your deteriorating and additional cargo of 63,000 s ft sawn Romana street. Guaranteed. to cut. street. .

a econing too poor to properly nourish the body, and it must be purified timber valued at $754.08. .1 5Alm. i The eminent gentlemen have decided rr; S
before lost weight is regained. It requires something more I'-- ii:
Br. SB, Greenwich 18C3. Cobb, by to give their services entirely free ii _
L. tonic to feeble
up constitution for unless the '
aa ordinary poisons for three months (medicine excepted, 4
? Gulf Transit Co. for Mobile in ballast SEE OUR NEW LINE OF SHIRT
.j fferss that are lurking in the blood are destroyed, they will further im- I /.s to all invalids wto call upon them for t- llFI'

a ," ,h the blood and weaken the system, and you continue to lose weight. Sweed ss Ester, 16&G, Horndahl, by i i WAIST SUITS. SKIRTS AND treatment between EOW and April 21st ;

p "J3 s. S. S. will be found purifying and tonic properties combined. It H. Baars & Co. for Rosario with 936-;; WAISTS. These services consist not only of con __ __ _

*.cn'.v bUIldS up weak constitutions, 000 s ft lumber, 152,000 s ft sawn timber Miss Alice Bailey, of GRAY, GOODMAN & RADER. sultatiom, examination and aJ\ice, but : -IttZj}

K ss {cbt.:5: out and destroys germs WONDERFUL GAIN IN WEIGHT. valued at J16.1C3.S1.: Atlanta, Qa., tells how she was I :object:.iso of in minor pursuing surgical; this operations.course Is The to .4m 3i

;:i ,'Jjons of every description and B1mtnUleAlLZan.l0,1903. Br ss, Inchkeith, 2413, Major, by permanently cured of inflammation MEETING. I I become rapidly and personally acquainted .
'y-sesthe: system of all impurities, Some 7 ari aco my general health A meeting of the Board of Medical with the sick and afflicted, .
Gulf: Transit Co. for Antwerp with :319: of the ovaries escaped sure
;b\"it' the foundation for aresl'i p".aJ'; y nerrou fr tem WM I : .
steady? increase in weight abattendan4 I could tft nothing to sqr bales cotton, 1,000 round bales geon's knife by taking Lydia E.Pinkham's examiners: will be held on May 1st,I and under no conditions will any.
*.' charge whatever! be made for any services
health. do me any rood till I began to uie cotton 18 bales linters, '13CS sks cot next, for the purpose or examining applicants I .
't ra
e I rendered for three months to
::1td! B. B. B. I commtncwl to improve at Vegetable Compound. :
fjcd nay be bountiful and the omo My appetite became ipltndll tonseed meal, 7,510 barrels rosin, 2751 to practice medicine in the all who call! before April 21st. The :
but still the I had suffered for three years with First Judicial District doctcrs treat all forms of diseases and .
a.?e:;: good, system and from 135 pounds X increased to tons phosphate rock, valued at $74,278. terrible pains at the time of men ;
r. ;:3 anJ we remaIn poor in flesh 180. X became w.U again by taklnr Sailed. struation, and did not know what LOUIS beM. BLOCKER, deformities and guarantee a cure in 1 ) J
*:"vjrhat: we eat is properly digested 8.B. S.and would take no amount for until doctor All-eodlOt every case .iey undeitake. At the ; 4?
Br. ss Greenwich, Cobb, Mobile. the trouble was the pronounced Secretary. Ih
ad .: ul: into rich, pure blood. the good it did me. Mr health U it inflammation of the first interview a thorough examination cg ; .

,. s a Tr.-ir>forces the Stomach and new perfect, and I believe it every Br ss Maylands Beedie, Marseilles.Am uvancs. I_ ana.1 proposea an operation.0' Makes Is made, and, if incurable l you .are 1
..:- "'.rl';: ; 'and ;assimilation of body would take a. bottle of 8. I!. 8. I Iu sch Gardner Reynolds Anderson. I felt so weak and sick that I felt a Clean Sweep.There's I rankly told so; also ad\iscd against 'ff mij-jj
Ce would life nothing like doing a thing :peLdius for useless treatment !ttffi1.t11
is occasionally, they enjoy Irvirgton.VESSELS. sure that I could not survive the or- :3
there a rapid upbuildingJ
i J,1 ftslamdolnsr. "W.L. WINBTON. deLl. The following week I read an thcrou hly. Of ill the Salves you Male and finale: weakness, catarrh j1 J j
S. S. S. j jr
iIth .n.1 strength.
: ; ind catarrhal deafness; also vanocele. pii f t
advertisement in the paper of Lydia ever heard of, Bucklen's Arnica Salveis .
r' ". '"' ..:.J beneficially upon the nervous: system, strengthens and tones IN PORT. K. Pinkliam's Vegetable Coiu- rupture, goitre, cancer and all disjases J5t t J .

it; ; i''! r !lievcs the strain by producing sound, refreshing sleep. You pound in such an emergency, and so the best. It sweeps away and cures of the rectum ate positively! t ( t

ja'f'Jntonic so invigorating as S. S. S., and being composed exclusivelyci Steamships. 1 decided to try it. Ureat was my joy Burns; Sores, Bruises, Cuts, Boils euml by their new treatment. ) ::1-
i r '3 a-d herbs its use is attended with no bad e ectS. Old people will Asuncion de Larrmasa, Br ss, 2C93(; to find that I actually improved after Ulcers Skin! Eruptions! and Tiles. It's Their chief associate surgeon of the .f! t4. ..
braces them the circulation of the blood and taking two bottles, and in the end I ;; and to 'institute will be in personal eharge.! 4 :
fcl that it up, improves Kramer, Portland to Gulf Transit Co. only 25c. guaranteed give Offices 111 Weft Chase. 'f I} l
cured it. I had ,
was by gained eighteen;,
stimulates all the and
bodily organs, Cairncrag, Er ss, 1951;; Gibson Vera pounds and was in excellent: health." satisfaction by W. A. D'Alemberte Office hoi,rs, 9 a. !D. to 7 p. m.: Sun'i % .-. :

persons of delicate constitutions can Cruz to Sutherland.Innis Co. Miss: ALICE IUILET, !50 North Boulevard druggist 121:! S. Jafox street. I..lays 10 to 1. j1r 4 1
take S. S. with it does not
S. safety, as
Atlanta, Ga.- sOcftj f.rfefioiglnaJ -- --- ---
derange the Stomach like the strong Durango, Span ss, Quiatana: 2297, of above letter Foonigc.Jlr.c..e3S$ lannot tt pro- MAYOR JONES INEED i' -

mineral remedies, but acts gently and New haven to Sutherland.Innes Co due,". '
without any shock to the system. Those Dorothy, Am ss, 1C29: McDonaldto The symptoms! of inflammation jr

whose feelings tell them they are not U. S. NavyDorotea and dUcasc of the o\urics! area ,

itro::"crwcll, and who are growing thinner and falling below their usual Aust 17S1 dull tlirohiriii pain aoooin- Mayor Jones appeared at his office OF ; I '1 .
ss Scopinlch, : fg ,
pauit'tl l y a souse of tenderness this morning and presided over the
should take a course of S. S. S. and build again. S. S. S. ismzfl t '
:!; :t up Charleston to W. S. & Co. STEAMER CAPTAIli FRITZ ;
Keyser and heat low down in the sideith :- .
city court session which lasted ,
ft [ everywhere as the leading blood purifier and the safest and best anj i ii
Ester, :well ss, 1C83 Horndahl, Gulf- \\ occasionr.1 shooting pains. k.
d! ton to H. Baars & Co
;h(>will write us. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA CA. port shows sonic s\\ elling. and in a short time after court '
14SO Brown Havana I Lave Frpfpnrt Monday and 4 t $$44.1Fi. ,
Earlweod, Lr ss, had adjjiirncd the mayor went home Thursday ninrting .. '
Sutherland-Innis Co.
to = := =.. -' and: will probably not be out for several Arrive at nsacola Monday and '. I : .4 ;

Francisca Span ss, Eehevarria. days. It is stated His Honor has Thursday nicht.! i (I.4 4 ; '

Doors andWindow c$ 1508 Biloxi, to Gulf Transit Co. Animal and Alcohol. been attacked with ti e measles. liewiJI Leave Pen?ac/I:1: Tuesday and :, ., Ti ''

Katendrecht, Dutch ss, Teensina Many animals yield to the seduction Friday night. 'l ..
be unable probably to attend the Arrive at Frl'eportVdnesday '. ii ;i :
Screens Vera Cruz to W. S. Keyser & Co. of rum drinking, especially elephantshorn's council meeting. and Saturday morning .- I .

Inchkeith Br ss 2419, Major, Boston con s and sw inc. Poultry especially 4-
\ turk!' '!!, will absorb the tempting ; i S
\\\\\\ pico, to Gulf Transit Co. )
drink till they tumble over In leaden L4a 1.PI
Lebanon, U. S. collier 1137, to Navy 4/ Te Biff U for unnatural ijflSdiiichirgeetnS.nim.tIoUI.
\ sleep! I lying around as if dead and utUrly i j mGi.nat4

:: l rOI FOIU THEY AFFORD? Department. Ignoring; their accustomi-d roost imtationi or nlccranom. I ItRM.SU4CIWL
1Ic nwaibrtoM.PftiuleM.
Teviotdale, Br ss 253S, Crooks, Tarn- On iiwukeuiu they stagger for a few p,..,. c..s,14. mucous. and not aatria p-.j
to Gulf Transit Co. 1vANSCNtICtCO. gtut or poimnous. 4j' S ,
Get Prices Now. pico U'omi-nts and soon rt'co\er, but it Is
I IcJOHENIAN'1 clscimmTm.o old by DroecUt S 4
----- Wilhemina Br ss, 1C82, Bone, Tarn- hours before' they renew their cheerful r.LA. or Hnt in pUm wrpir, t i- )

pico, to Rix M. Robinson. cccUU'g.! l 1100.>y .xprcwt.<>rJlKiltp prrpKid.| .l2T5.far ',: .- '
il G. DcSiln ft Co Crcuiir.ntuareuest. I S
t Zanzibar, Br ss, 1919 Robinson, Robbed the Grave. t S
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New Haven to Keyser & Co : ( p
TolcphoD.o IX. A startling incident is narrated by r i '
Ships. I ? FILLS 1. .
f t : .
-- John Oliver! of Philadelphia, as fol- .. .
,' I
Carana, Ital shlp.Cosla, 14S8 "King of an Bottled Beers. "I\IRal, \ u Oi.Iji.iInp.. .. C? .
Cape .
lowsI in awful cli..ulion. :--0iA..t.; .!:''':'':t.t: I ;I. ..., .. J. S 4I'
was an :
Town to H. Baars & Co. Brewed from Bohemian Hops. I I S,. t liIt .11::..t.l. J.,1.I o i,
', I ; (' ;. ;'.M My skin was almost yellow:! eyes sunken 'h \-fu: ., i..' .) J 1.1'.. : : '.:."'tt,,,.:: t t '...
: : Errol Nor ship 1364:: Walters. Lou- SOLD EVERYWHERE. .. ........ .,'.". '.4 ., 4e I .
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;.. .f.-. ...:. -.n J. : -', ,. .,. .r., toisft'e coated rain contijual'y' In ( .11..".. ; "$..1M.' 01 I I. !... ;

relic Mtrquez, to oruer. bactc and sides, no appetite, growing ,, <.: y/.. :""::;,. ,,.. ,h..I: ., ,.., .'ipt. ,.I..i. S
Am ship Kennebeck, 1936:: Lane, ; .1.-' ....a :....".. 0. o'.....".," j .
weaker day by day. Three phys .. I ,..., -,. : .- .....1 t..... : i
Boston to John A. Merritt & Co. ..,:;i .pnT'. ..' _4 o.&_.V-If.-t'"< S,., .," ;,: '" '" .,t .
Classified Ad cians had given me up. Then I was -\oi. ,
vera jSii eiils. Indiis::, Ital ship, Oneta, 1111, Marseilles I V' 'i J J
Litters; 5 >r .
advised to use Electric ; to Grist and COl'D1eal I Mi1! t1
to Rososco! Bros. 4 : PITIi
my great joy, the first: bottle made a CHOICEST f-v: : :
C t
Saga, Nor ship, liana, 1221, Montevideo .
----- .. --- decided improvement. I continue :15. F. COSZfltEZ i CO., Pro; ? t, i': 4; '
to master
their use for three weeks, and am MaUlifActr"era -OFf .

ONE CENT A WORD. Barks. now a well man. I know they robbed ;9OCy.: !:z.L.Nl: ; :TEE: : CI.Ct. S '
Aviemore Nor bk, Hansen, 1043, '
the grave of another victim No STOr'r FD.Patoai .
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Rio! Janeiro to order
VI A JTED. one should fail to try them. OnlyO;;( : Hcnm Icaastry. for tbert ii
.. ... Ital bK Anielhna, 803: Maniace, Marseilles ,,,rv raa>) you ,boui bay your Meal an(
------- -- cents at W. A. D'A1
MONEY guaranteed ro-
TO LOAN iJU\JII Foed fi-om the Home Manafaetnrerlor -AT-
\VANTED-OranLzers for an established to II. Baars & Co. berte's 121 S. Palafox!: street ; to doing: you ttneonrage boras indcitry. I 1irx:5i -

II I Fraternal Insurance Company Enrichelta Accame, Ital bk 993; Your !uoney; l"'tln the oomman'tj 0. 4.
iiHblt* term aud and you la tcin are iLdirPCtlyIata6t bpDeH APOSTLE'S
Wll I' with: latest plans and business Tassino, Genoa, to S. S. L. Co .SEE ELECTRIC LIGHTS AT SOL "rlnz; the. horac. Tnnnutncla.-er 7-: ? k
=inat.-ibuteto (l1I1I..90f Ibo! You oi,' {
.1! \V. KULLARD. Il ctho 3. Laige salaries paid Birma, Nor bk 9J9, Hansen, East OMON'S. Utth680 Dtuaii'Ttn whlohyon Lit tit 1 11 Eat (Jwraeil SI
S \I'n ifux t .
u .Stair.J. *
; : ; ttilob eoct..ovcnvrort.: ,
good men. Write for full particu- London to order.
.\. \\'n-ns, )IItair.UEY --- .- -- r-.-..---- ... _. .... .
hrs. 1HB UMTCD AMERICANS: Carlo P, Ital bk. Do lIe, 1C73. Montevideo i Formerly Cordova Restanract8tai4 isr 1' it .

: TO LUAU Warder md;;., Washington D. C. to order TA te 5.r f aissaINSUR4NCE& crsTOMiiorsn IlflLDir.'G.: AND Pensacola.POST Fla.OFFICE One: car-lead of Pineapples at J1.7B ,: : -

March :2Suaw4w! Gregoria! Ital bk, Olhari, 847, Ten n I April 13, I'JC'S.: -Scaled proposals will to $2.00 pT: dozen. '

0 J> ..*' "d" .J"h..r-".*, wj;:ons, eriff to order be received at this; building until 2 _ _

: ill I other kinds of ACTIVE CATHOLIC LADY TO WORK Minena Ital bk, 993: Chiesa, Cape o'clock p. n, April :28! Hit! ).!, for fur

I if t" rty. UuMucEa. : pri- AT HOME. $:3ti paid for 12 days Town Poncacola Lumber Co nishing fuel, lights, *ati., ice ruiscelancous -
T .
Oltt't'd. towel' .
-icrtcx glal: AND supplies, washing
trial. Permanent if .
*, :' 1' .1, X ,.t. A. A. Fiber.2m satisfactory.John Mary A. Troop, Br bk, 1118, Walley, hauling ashes and sprinkling streets .

IfI En wall, Lakeside Uuilding, Santos to order. HEAL ESTATE, for this building during the fiscal year \ leeLiuyCt.pinl. srcs'ipcritar 't1 4

Chicago. No. South Pilafox Street. ending; June 30, 1 11I4. or such portion to lUlsna of Copailia,
1hJ.\tY Repetto, Ital ship, 1181,
'I'd I Prospero
I.OA.N-W. .IL Men
,. I It4 -- ---- of the year as may be deemed a,dis- t CvLeb* ind Injecticai. ($ftfl //L1i1t
1. in Airmt. Genoa to order.
Mtqi'yto WANTED 6 YOUNG MEN from Schiappacape, able. The right; to reject any and all Tlicy cure in 48 hours the
.1- rate of interest; I F.rcuii.hi County at once to prepirefor Proppcrino, Ital bk, 904, Dodero, Partial list of dwlllnfcs for rent i In bids is reserved b jthe Treasury Department MTJC i %'4'1 % thou, li
(1 of-( urn,'. Office 112 aud
", T rr.ui.m street. I Poitiouin the Quvtru- :Marseilles to II. liaars & Co. various parts of the city: JOhN E. STlLL IAX' Custodian. ..' -uiq'e. atic'5T: ; jt ti : -

\\L'. . .. ---- meat Hervice. pply) toInterstate Queen of Scots, Nor bk, 1373, Sorensen $30.-Corner Baylen and Cervantes I 313-1318 :jJ 'L. i
'ro! i'/ i.K.M) uu unprovedI'e. I : Corrp Inst, street. 2 story modern dwelling! I 7 II.4.i: : -1
r. East London to S. P. Uotter _
in larje: or smiU'; \ Utdar liipid-i, Ia.
al at i I"iv rate of iU'1'1 et d&wlinFor Co. I with 9 rooms. D. HALE WILSON

i l': I I.fooli,' E H'ook. attornfcjj -- ---Ht'nr-- Rolf Nor bk Torgensen 1170, Cette $23.:!;) -East Laftiia street 2 story y :

a: 1\\' 1 '.. :-. Pdl.ifox St., Fthe'rSmliu -- '
with 12 All
dwelling rooms.
to Master.

1lj'l\I FUn ii-ur ou REN'l'-lu.ipert ground ll.)<:r, one houole atore build-and Thomas Ital bk. Lauro, 809, Naplesto modern convenience, bath on Real Estate and Rental Agent A,

IHIt.Y.lJo .""U L".aIi othce; on teconu floor, three fillices.ffteO master upper floors, corner lot, nice tfl

a; T Y u wint\I'an: tndaiU borrow ea"any iet Schooners. yard and shrubbery, stables i:%'i South Palafoi Street, 1

t- 'j low -t rat t< anywhere NICELY turnished rooms with bath Dona Christina. Am sch, 163;), Axel-- outhouses, etc. tK

;ii t, real) $23.:; North Palafox street a nice TELEPHONE r o. 243. PENSACOLA, FLORIDA : .
I1l1l'r'I\'pd[ city fl.30 and 12.00 week; with good son. Coatzacoalcos to order. ; one I-

p" : ..'. ,:in Win. Fi>her. 204)4) H.t board! $3.00;; week; central location Mabol Darling Br sch, Sweeting, story modern dwelling with -- -- -
x. .
in-tl "(6 j South Spring street between Dunmore Town 4o master hard wood floors, all modern
b'11 ROYAL it4 i'
,. ii l) rro* ini. West Koniana and Garden streets. Governor Blake Br sch -, Grand conveniences. I

.':.'i." -iit your iHopmy; Transcient solicited. ml'J-lm.: Cayman to Jno. A. Merritt & Co $:!2.50.-nO: West Gregory street; 2
ic'ut title, buy >r 8 Yezrs Old i is Cases cf 4 Full Quirts at S3.20 cast
.* run propelty cf Richard A. Bingham, 69, Merritt, story dwelling with 7 rooms. per

11, u. l\\\f rentcol-I 1.U. ALb.-' -'- Belize to C. Mengel & Bros $20.: -210 North Barcelona street; 2 : 1 '

:. Ir ti\e< attu'(1cd to, FOR SALU-l1roa ice box suitable story dwelling with 8 rooms. Hill WHISKEY h distilled at the Nel; on Co. ?IS1' _

l ;i : 'o s I !hO' C. \\'attouu for saloon grocery store or butcher Lawn mowers sharpened at 16 E. $13.;) -:Oil: West Garden street; 5 room J_ Ky., Di-tillery, and is; fully matured in wood S

4e 4A:1 1'1" K-ute.icula aiul\ lu-urniici- siiop. In good order and will be Romana street. Guaranteed to cut. cottage. before bottlicg. It is absolutely pure and not excelled 1.1 J .
Fl\\A. .
: Cl'arjits: ii quality by any Whiskey of the same age .
Ti, -vt'ryouo who huys sold to make room fur new one. 15Alm. J13.-:313: North Spring street; 6 room no matter where produced. The Royal Standard j

j, ,, U. \\ H will lend. a.ouev AS-2w S. A. FRIEDMAN.FOR house with gas, water, etc. is eight years old when bottled, and, considering!! : '. t

lJhuiljahltl. S1tf1Sx. Yon want a good piano tuner to I ?12.30.-417 East Gregory street, 6 iw excellent quality, la the cheapest whiskey iu
( ,. : u. -- -- SALE-The not durable stay in Penocola, still yea holdback i 2 dwelling. the market at that price. As a beverage, and aallU -
room story '
lots In the city term stimulant there i& none better 4
-- on easy by order. tend it In. I have absolutely pure .
.-.. .\ I l' inch of Keys. Owner the Fisher Real Estate Agency. had 20 your yars' experience and hare $12.50.-SOG East Gadsden street, 5 shipped in cases containing no marks whatever to l -

I.., tmo by calling at this :!l4.t South Palafox.. 18jlmItourclinir worked in several piauo factories. room cottage. indicate contents. If purchaser, upon examining 1' t i iL

_"J! 'lying property and pay- -- -- Orders left at Johnson's book store $11.-611 East Belmont street 5 room L the whiskey: ii not satisfied! with the quality he I '
ui>iue. MTtfim House.; will be attended to.CHAS.. can return the tame at our expense and money

F. X, si/.od bull Terrior-, BOA B iVlNlV" 1 10 USK" at neeler W. Pi' ESSLY. cottage. .rill be refunded Ii ;
$11.-7f"0" East Belmont street, E AH orders should be accompanied by either .
Springs, Mary Ether, Fla.. Mr?. -
: black. Call F.
H' on M. Condon, proprieires.! All the rooms. .;!$GMTYtA.) currency, postoffice money order, bank draft or express S a .'
>* r Garden and Pala- HIG APOSTLE'SFine r-ls order. We refer to Firet National al
42 comforts of home at very reasona OYSTERS AT $12.-419 East Intpndentia street C money in Pensacola. t
Iw* hie rate?. Northern tourist will pJ. Bank or any merchant -
oysters today. Try them.NIC room cottage.
Had this ideal
an place to spend a
-. HI 'IO"\.l... ApOSTLR. $10.-136:: East Chase street, 5 room
portion th season. 12nlm :
kL'v D1.UIOXn'tl-tail, ; ,);: ha'l re- cottage. tS

..,t. 11. West Goverr.rrpntl' 'I I'-cei1anc4ia..: $ 9.-910 East LaRua street, 4 room : J '
;: l' )-: Kxpre-s office, H. ALF IAX. uuibrtlU maker, 315 cottage.A SOLS: PEOPBIETOR. PESACOL&. FLA.

'kpI-. rd to eiennrr- Smith Palsfox street. R Palafox street, for -. -
.co er. Xo. :20 South your list of smaller dwellings; a!;
-- 't: ,' and rntlolij3rn ins and r.irngof ncnbrcllas aDd to P. O. BOX 418. TEI1.PHOXE: -
1' .. ... parasols a 'p chlty. Silk covers electrical work. He is prepared well as a number of stores and of I1ISK T

do first-class job at moderate -,
alwiyson h.iud. you a 5
j-in3 ices for rent.
H.\.ltt 4." 'IH )-.. % l.A PiEDMA ;ii j I
\ Dresses made froil.5OOiijj prices. Phone TIIOS. C, WATSON &: CO. trI: handle every class of LIqjors aold.ta 1 \ _ _
IWmXJ. MfinuNfH : I bottle wholesale or retail ,t prices that 4 j
sewing as reasonable 26 South Leading Real Estate. Rental anInsurance 5- hulk or .
.r I'} ,iir Oo-'di, Cloaniijr ladies -tkirw and ....Sf t' 1 South Palafo are way:: down. -
t Spring between West: Romana: and Agents,
Articles. Hair Oil
t. i j'; one cf e-r specialties. fctarLaandr I'
'. W liovernuient street. Garden streets. ml9-lm /. street. 'S I :. AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST SEERJ ___ _


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THE DAILY -we. PENSACQLA. ,UJ..A.W.I .Q ftJ Ar. APRIL. I 16.1110. $
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about one hundred persons present. people in the country, the BATTLESHIP :

1..1 The church was exquisitely decoratedin ans. FLEET TO DISPERSE

honor of the day of Resurrection, .
I SOCIAL ECHOES I: handsome palms and potted planas Miss Emma Johnson is (Continued from First Page)
from her distressing illness of i
were artistically'arranged graceful !
.......................... positions. The super altar was banked weeks. I have racing crews from the Illi

THE LAST SERVICES. with graceful white carnations and Iowa, Alabama, Kearsarge and
Mr. C. L. Wiggins and wife of Massachusetts.
stately Easter lillies, behind the altar i,
In Old Christ Church and the First Barren were among the guests at t Jackson intimated that
r above the docile stood the gorgeous AN ARCH
Services in New Christ Church. crimson In Merchants hotel today. fleet would almost be sure to come BEAUTYwith
I Amarglis. every i __ __
Owing to want of space the following available beautiful decorations year and citizens could then see
place were Mr. H. T. Parker, Jr., of
account of these services had to of lilies, roses and other beautiful tests of speed between the men. no end of ,
styl .
Ala., is in the city for a short stay. a: :
be omitted until today: flowers, typical of the glorious Texas sailed for Norfolk this
a superb finish.
is bookeeper for the Shoal Creek
"Two of the most important and interesting Easter festival.At and the Alabama took on a
ber Company Nadawah.. .
Jays in the history of the the eleven o'clock service the today and is looked for this af

Episcopal church in Pensacola, aside spacious edifice was filled to overflowing Superintendent-William Johnson The Kearsarge 'is expected

from their own solemnity were Good I many not being able to procure Montgomery, is at the Merchants come inside Friday afternoon. The

Friday and Easter Day. On Good Friday -seats were willing to standthrough day. He is here to look af'er vessels, it is said will remain
the sacred old building of Christ I
the service the congregation numbered of the Southern Bell Telephone Co. iit'ly.
Church was filled at both the 10 and about seven hundred. The music

5 o'clock services. The rector, Rev. P. by the vested choir of 35 voices Mr. John G. Brady and wife of A SWEET BREATH \
H. Whaky preached at both services.At a never failing sign or a healthy .
was most beautiful and perfectly ren- caloosa, Am, are here to see the

the formers discourse was demoted dered, the voices accompanied by the tleships and cruisers.Mr. When the breath is bad

to the day a f splendid sermon on a pipe organ and piano. The crowning stomach is out of order. There

1 subject so near and dear to the hearts glory and pleasure of the service was \V. A. Finley, the widely no remedy in the world equal to

''r of all Christian people the had story of the sermon by the dearly beloved Pollard, Ala., commercial man, Dyspepsia Cure for curing In

j I the cross and the crucified Savior of I Bishop of the Diocese of Florida, Rev. I one of the early morning guests dyspepsia and all stomach

mankind-sad yet glorious and glorified Edwin G. Weed, whose text was "Godis I the Merchants today. Mrs. Mary S. Crick, of Patent Kid

for on that cross "lie died for I God of the Living and Not of the Plains, Ky.. writes: "I have $3 and Kid.
the Fins of the whole -world." Small The t' S. battleship Alabama
Dead. a dyspeptic for years-tried all
j Various and
words to write, small words to read i! give a minstrel and vaudeville! Tips
'j The Bishop spoke) of the old and of remedies but continued to Heels..oC J*
but the immensity of their meaning: tainment on Monday, April 20, at
churches of the of the old
new spirit worse. By the use of Kodol I
the Immensity of the love of God forman i I opera house at eight p. m. j
i entering into that of the new, he expressed to improve at once and after
which the church each year 1 I in building will be by complimentary tickets. i few
his pleasure the new ( 't botttles am fully re- .
brings to the minds of her poople in and the work that had been ac- in weight, health and strength MEYER'S ,
th sacred of Lent. I The Brim of the Easter Hat. i .
season complished. He spoke of the continuity can eat whatever I like." Kodol OF COURSE.
At 5 o'clock the farewell service As the season advances it what eat and makes the
i of me parish and congregation you
was held and Jlr. Whaley preachedfrom ', through the old and new church comparing borne in upon those who follow \ ;1 sweet. Hargis Pharmacy,
the two "For We Know inclination towards changes .
texts I it with the continuity of the human ( Sheppard, Sidney Kahn.
that if Oar Earthly House of this, ever slight, that the flat hat is, in 1{
body which as the years past on
Tabernacle Dissolved! We Have probability, nearing the end of
were I the changes came, yet it was the same same applies to the ten and
a R.iiiding! of Gad, an House Not Made body likewise the church passing into career. We have ceased to have : cent candies sold by Jacoby,
'I confidence in the advocates i
With Hands, Eternal in the Heavens" the new and beautiful building. lIe of i does to the thirty. They are put up
and "Other r'ountlation Can no Man I spoke of me immortality of the body crowns, and it is not on any I attractive shape and equal or su
tion of the crown that we are
Lay Than is Laid. that as the Savior rose in his body to many high-priced candies.
This iIi. ing, for the present at least.
address most beautiful
was the hand of
which was touched by
its tender recollections for the : seem likely to remain low, or -
rector II Thomas to make him believe, so the Special communication
spoke of those who had grown up. shall istent as in'the plateau. of Escambia Lodge No,15
bodies of each individual rise ,
and had entered into rest within those Attention is almost entirely F. and A. M., 7:30 p. m.,
with the Risen Lord at the last glorious G 64Uniform
walls, having all the offices of the trated on the brim, for the time Fi id 17. April 17.
resurrection. A brief sketch can Work in M. M. degree.
church there from baptism to the ing; the way in which this is !
not do justice to this eloquent sermon i After work gumbo will
barial service, and again of those still rolled, bent or fluted in divers
of the Bishop which was listened to served In the dining nail of the
among the earnest workers of the uplifted and turned down, Visiting; brethren are cor-
I with deep attention by the thoroughly in delicious An earthenware pot should be
church who feeling the necessities of the novelties. Some of the invited. quality,
intellectual and appreciative congre- creations are shaped so that the W. D'C. KESSLER, always, invigorating ever, and ,
the have and heroic.
parish cheerfully
gation. It was considered by compe- W. GIBBS. W. M. used for Tetl ey sea, to pre
all labored for these necessities by circumference of one side is Secretary. at little cost per cup. Tetley'sTea.
tent judges a masterpiece and the
l providing for the building of the new than that of the other. The U _____ serve its delicacy of flavor.!
finest sermon Bishop Weed has ever
. s church. lie gave a graphic history preached in Pensacola. side-almost always the left-is CITY TAXES I ASK YOUR GROCER.
of the paris-h and the old church, its I ed from the front where it is
r At the 7:30: service there: was a congregation -
tt formation and of the work ot each of vertical, and then curved round
of about 400. The musicwas -- .- .
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its rectors, who had officiated there. shelve obliquely downwards
Ii He sjioke with tenderness and love of very fine and the sermon by the the e?r. The hollow thus formed Tax Payers if
rector was the same that he preached you JAl1ES HUGHES
i the last rector, Dr. J. J. Scott now entered be likened to the mouth of a
at the first service he officiated at in ,
4 into Paradise who pi earned the Pensacola thirteen years ago. The subject shell, and it is this hollow which to stop that 2 J-4

14 last sermon of his life from that pulpit ceives the most important
The Newness of the Risen Life."
raI$ on Good Friday, IS'.t., from the sometimes, indeed, the whole of cent interest and
This sermon has been: pronounced excellent
i4 text "Awake oh Sword against; My by those fortunate enough to trimming.The mlf M m f WORKS1

Slu'pard. That church was rOl\-,ecrat. hear it and is endeared' to them by shapes usualy treated in your name out of J
ed by Lishop Kemper on Ash Wednesday way are the broad brimmed hat
the tender associations with him. their
1S23: : and the last services were a very low crown and the newspaper call at
rector who has served and ministeredunto ,
held there on Good Friday 1903. In domed in the center BOILERS AND MACHINERY BOUGHT AND SOLD.
them these many years, and who and I
closing the rector stated that from We were shown a model: of pay your
has now seen the accomplishment of 1'iI'r
that time, that church ceased to be former class, in very fine black Sol to 807 South Palafox St.
nis dearest wish, the new Christ
the official place of worship for Christ I straw, the only trimming of which .
Church. PHONE 123 and 292. POSTOFFICE BOX 4M.
a bunch of three
Clrirth parish.On large blush

Caster morning the first services mounted with leaves which McK. OERI7NG ..
The full Marine: nand of the navy -- -- ------ - I

'' '<'re held at the new church building yard attended, services at St. John's the whole of the inside of the COLLECTOR. Try THE NEWS, only lOc per week, delivered

'b-t at 7IX: Ilev. P. Whaley celebrating Catholic (church Warrington, and discoursed shaped curve. ?

i j the Holy: Communion. There were I some very excellent: Another made of nut brown, (
music.l I
i iI I A "Tantum Ergo," composed braids, has a bright emerald ;

QUIT AND EAT. i I ii S. DeFrinis, was rendered for the firsttime ostrich feather and a straight :I
-*. i dise aigrette to y
match, secured in
by the full band with the following i
i Some Coffee Tales I soloists: same position; outside near the

Show woman an easy, comfortable I Tenor P. Beardinelli. Baritone, S. of the brim, and around the I

*i and healthful way to improve her comp IK'Trmis. Bass, P. Di Piazzo. crown, are pleatinqs of green :
11 :"'xion au(1he is naturally each made of three plain satin !.
"Guard of Honor March, by Per-
ed. int"rest"1 trella was played before the services i folded double and pleated fine. Can anyone suppose that we

4p Coffee is the one greatest enemy of and "Homage to uur Queen March"by A third model of the slightly

i tair women, for in the most of casesit S. DeTrinis, at the end. plateau shape is made up of !] would double the necessary cost of

directly affects the stomach producing satin braids, the two edges of i

t slight, and sometimes great congestion The Sons of the American Revolu- are sewn together so as to form ,i our brewing without a vital reason ?

j ings about the thickness of
t of the liver and therefore caus than will entertain on next Monday a I

ing the bile ta be absorbed into the evening the 2mh! at an elaborate din- finger. In this case the ,

system instead of going its natural ner. This will be the celebration of placed 1 underneath the side

,. g I way. The result is a sallow, muddy the 12Mh anniversary of the battle of still larger proportions, consisting I Would we spend so much on cleanliness ? Would we cool the

r skin and a train of disea.e of the different i Lexington. Invitations have been is four white narcissus blossoms, a beer in plate glass rooms ? Would we filter all the air that touchesit

organs of the 11OIyhich., in sued and those who have been invited of green leaves: framed
S i ? Would we age it for months in refrigerating rooms ? Wouldwe
all too many cases, develop: into I feel very much complimented. by a draped piece of greenish

chronic diseases.A taffetas ribbon the ends of which filter it ? Would we sterilize every bottle after it is sealed ?

lady sepakins of how coffee affected The Tea and Musicale given by the i tied in a butterfly how resting on

: her says:-"l was very: fonl of Junior Guild of Christ Church yesterday top edge of the brim.

coffee but while drinking: it was under afternoon and evening was a very Other broad brimmed hats are Can that it is
the care of the doctor most of the delightful; affair. The musical and literary down over the brow and still anyone suppose
time for liver trouble, and was compelled programme was very fine an decidedly at the back. A very

to take blue mass a great deal very much appreciated by the guests. ,;;ant model of this pattern is in our goodrather than

of the time. My complexion was bad The charming young hostesses were Leghorn straw of a somewhat

and I had! a pain in my side steadily, I very attentive and cordial making greenish maize tint. The your good-that we

probably in the liver I each guest feel most welcome. The consists of a breadth of -

f "When I concluded) to q'lit coffee i retresiiments were delicious and daintily China silk twisted into two parts serve by it ?

and take Postum Food Coffee I had served. The admission, 50 cents! the front of the low crown, then

I' it made carefully and from the very I was very reasonable for the pleasures circling it and fishing in two

first cup we liked the tae of it better giveh, and the Junior Guild is to be at the back, and a fringe of small

dpi II than any of the old coffee. I congratulated upon making about poppies with green stalks resting We do it to attain absolute purity- to avoid the

'' time the left $;;IUll the brim. Small bunches of the
1 !n a short pain my I remotest possibility of germs to make Schlitz Beer
i Fide and my friends began to com -- ers are placed underneath the
. Tomorrow: night the Country Club healthful to escape the cause of biliousness ; the lack
ment on the change in my complexion over each ear.

ii; and general looks. I have never seen will entertain at their new building The brims of others again form of age and proper fermentation.
on the bay shore. The members are
'if anything equal to the good I got from tle points over the brow in front
I justly proud of their new quarters.The .
making this change.'i I at the back, the left: side lifted,
in Philadelphia I on a barrette. A broad-brimmed
A lawyer
young rector, Mr. P. H. Whale, wishes Why accept a common .
I named -, whose life was almost a i of this shape is made of a
that the for
i i I it understood bay party
\ l I'tirilen from indigestion and its trainof I surmounted by a much smaller:
i I [ choir of Christ Church will leave the beer brevedvithout
evils quit coffee some months ago' teau, the edges of which are turned any
I'alafox street wharf at 4 o'clock toe
and began on Postum Food Coffee. tricorne fashion. This plateau
mOl n.w, Thursday afternoon.
of these
quickly recovered and is now well I the part of a crown and gives the precautions -when

strong and cheerful and naturally loud I The many friends of Mrs. Criglar a very good novel appearance. "S

in his praises: of Postum. I will be glad to know that she is much plateaux are built up of white Schlitz Beer costs no more ? lie IT

"At.other friend, an old gentlemanof : beter and hope she will soon be quite twisted into a cord sewn together \ ..).,
!seventy named -, who for strong asain. a spiral. Leaves and flowers of t rd. II

years suffered all one could suffer chantilly are appliqued on the
and live, from dyspepsia and who I Col. T. "'. Kessler of the staff ofo side of the plateau arranged as a Your dealer may prefer to furnish a beer that pays a

sometimes for weeks could eat I Governor Jennings has received word 1 corn while to border both little more profit; but does it pay you to permit it ? Isn't

bread or solid food, only a little weakgruE'l from the governor that he and his comete is used closely gathered. pure beer Schlitz Beer -A-orth asking for ? Vhfr1lIr.

or milk, quit coffee upon my recommendati staff will visit Pensacola with thee barrette is concealed by a mass
.>n and took up Postum. 1i members of the legislature Saturday, dark green leaves Intermixed

began to get better at, once. Now h e April the ISth. This party will bring mauve and crisom fuchsia

can eat rich pastry or whatever he 'to Pensacola the most prominent and graduated in size, those dangling

!, likes and is perfectly well.! influential men of the state, sociallyand the back of the ear being nearly

lames given by Postum Co., Bat politically. A cordial welcome inches long.-The April

x tie Creek, Mich. awaits them from the most hospitable Trade Renew. .. L BEAR & CO, Wholesale Agent for Peniacola.Fr. .

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