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DAILY


NEWS.


VOL 30.


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 5, 1900.


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BOLD ROBBER CONFESSES.
Makes a Clean IBreast of Numerous
Crooked iDeeds.
ATLANTA. March 3 -John IL Soock,
Jr. the social highwayman, who con-
fessed to the itmball hotel robbery.
proves upon h:s own statmint, to be
a professional crook.
During the ptst few years he has led
a double life, at different times bteahng
*unis of money and diamonds from his
business associates.
The Kimball robbery, however, was
the most daring of all. occurring in
broad daylight. Telling of the crime
behind the bars he said:
"When I saw the money I just
couldn't help taking it. My wife
needed it I went to the telephone in
Palmer's drug store and asked for Cave.
When he went to the telephone I pried
open the spring lock with my pocket-
knite and took the money."
D)"tective Looney, who was employed
uipon toe .ase, went at once to Soock's
re.idencee and charged hini with the
thft Soo -k deniedd at first having any
c< nuection with it. but finally confessed.
a'ld agreed, under promises of escaping
oro-ecution, to r1oturn the money. lie
went iito the nose ind brought out a
Sric'a e. 'Iuis was given to Manager
> ,V:. e aui :t proved to contain ex-
.,t:4v t'e aim unt stolen. Tnere were
-h.n.,- :,, tue amount of $1.04') 26 and
4.7 in cis in the tiackage
'-,'ok say- tatt he wa:;'d for nc op-
; rtu~nity aLl then %eut to the te'e-
"n-ot..e in I 1 ifler'- drugstore and called
t'.Af-tr L'av,, Uonl telug" a-sa red
;Lait he wtu.u be teut i' r. Sock re-
turn-I! to tthe etitrjnte, 'A hre he saw
r *e- >:.Ve. 2..'4 I tti'e It was but
.: ,.. v. rk ,. .i i c,:ni nt t t-, p ir-i,.e.
,.j-ni it. ..':ng :cck wiIh ti e t..aue .,f
- i. :A-i:e aul1 .,9 LL,: e miner. lie wcnt
w,. i .-: :. ..O to .i,- honne andi divided
:;e c(:":-s ;.it3 a sp.arat'- pat.a- ge, in-
Ten iill t<* return tteiit 10 iie K:mballi
an A k"-, tm m m.-'Ly.
iie.re tie c'n a oo tlL.a. i:owever, he
waJi 4tn14r,)e,'cd Th tLu de-'"etire aud
'.,re way and c .L:esased to the detd.
t, u o :et la nt a c i l.drl' sf.
FI't:.. VAI.: p'. Ga. March 2; A
schet.i-l of several small boys. .ons of
prominent aii lt's. toi burn Grady in-
ttituto was ,i:fcovered in time to be
nipped in the tud by Night Marshal
Newel.. TLe names of the boys have
not been made public.


IN NO BIG HURRY


MACHINISTS' STRIKE


FOR RECIPROCITY NEAR A COMPROMISE


United States Is Not Urging Chicago Difficulties Will Be


th;e Ge:-r~ir.n ZNegotiations.


Amiably Adjusted.


(ER'ANY TY ~ YT READY AFFECTED CHICAGO ONLY


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..: ;;** 1 1 li. 1.4 :1: A. .1 :3 is .rc;'y tre..ty
:; '. t :" .eaG :.a.l Ger.
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i i '. t ::.- L'e.'L ac ol3C7lI,.+.LI in t111'.
i '" n 'tiIe the ioparturo of the
.-* r.:;.11: a;;:; a saii r. Herr v. IIo a-
SL; :, r u ru.aiiy :;:v i:at summer.
I ::I-i 1 ,, lediposition on the part of
i!l !thi2.. s .)f the uLtat department to
.,: ).rais-- the German government; b)y
.it1 i:;,-ist-nce at this time upon an ac-
vpr '.cu ion of the negotiations.
:;.:,.o tar trotu satisfactory, the ex-
.'-;iig .(.uld:iouitof tued American export
tr.iae 'i ti Germany can, it is believed
t,v the ctlic.als, be tolerated for a short
titus.
'hse officials are hopeful that the time
wi 1 be abort, resting their belief not
u'on any direct assurances from the
German autnorities, but rather upon
reports ot the pohtical situation in Ger-
many.
It 1. understood that when the Ger-
man government has secured what it
reigdi as certain essential of legisla-
:ti>n Iron the reichstag, it will be in
better condition than it is at preeasnt to
meet the expectatluns of the United

At any r-te, it is a conviction of this
k:n'l that nae inspr-e4 the United States
government to avoid any urgent repre-
se'ntaions connected with the reci-
prciry necotaianons at this stage.
1 There is perhaps another reason for
the negative course taken by our gov-
ernment. This ls a desire to learn just
what effect the ratification by the
United States senate of the pending
French recitrocity treaty would have
upon the Ge-rman government.
It is said here that as the French
treaty gives rreferential rates to many
articles which figure largely in the list
-,f German e-orra t tc hi, Urited States
the effect of tme practical applihoation of
the -'rrnch treaty would be to confer
upon Fraicty all that hare of the Amor-
c tu in.ir!:er now occupied by Germany.
"-4 .ivov this important trade to her
rn:n-ft':urer'. Grmr.any must secure
a e-m.i..ar recIpro'-lty treaty. and this
can'i niy be securedl by an abatement
of tii" restrictionusupon Amierican ltmeats
aud other products.
Thus by natural laws of commerce, it
:s conceived by the officials that we
may bs al'. to avoid a recourse to the
powers lodged in the president, of pro-
nibitioai of trade with a nation that dis.
criminates against the United States.
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ntI p--rfect rini y, Sy'ru p ,'f i "i '-.
u(iy 'thei g.1ntui-. .latinfavtuired by
'!, ilif<,'rnia Fi Sy, y up Co. o1il, .
,.',J for 'aleI by ;Ill dri i i-t-, at .I
l'-' per blo tlt .

BUTLER OPPOSED TO DATE.
C('halrllila of N SitN1tal Poplilists SMy'
l)1enaourat(n Are S-chhnliiug.
l.ti i-(ii. March ?.-Senator But'er.
natounal I'oplist chairman, in an ei-.
tonal in his paper here says:
--It was well known that Mr. Eryan
favoreJ an early date for the naMonal
Der'm-ratic convention. The date fixed
io rti'e latest on which any national con.
vent:on has been held in n any years.
The action of the committee is no uoubt
a surprise to the public.
"i'he national ccmmitteeman from
N.-uraLks, Chairman Jnes ani others
known to be closest to IBrvan. favored
a date not inter than June ti. It is ciear
ti-ti the purpose of thi,,e who wanted a
late (late was to try t ti',u t. twoen the Drinocra:h. Populisat
anu, liver Republi.-a:is on :yau. We
predict that rt'e ,'ouvtntiou, in .spIte of
tne**- schemes, will declare I,; nA.a:uio-i
Lilous co-operation. "


Suicide l -or I..-K .If i' ur>ds.
I! T i'!:\(i- Ark., Mirch 3 -Joseph
S. muwrt, a woi kuIown druggist, walked
i;;o a drugstcre lab: nigLt and helped
h'nself to a largo quantity of morphine.
Hie 'wAaliowepi 2 ou"cCs o1 tae drug and
died *in half an h .ur. S mbert w.Ls
w.t4.1 ( frto.i ,:-,,rinn where ih s parents are
w t 1 : :- -..iit ('o '-bert w5-J le-
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i .t ;.'." rz' ;.iUai l :For.Js] ra:.ruid. is
;.-., : .: .a.w h iai :inm,.rrjhagj *
. 4 ,' ',..' lu tle afternoon. A
.- ; dr(ve u> to tue de-ptt to carry h;mn
:o :".t- :w)'t. an'i i.e said to tue doctor
n.it u' c'oa.i- I:c: g un-i. h i train cAmUe
t .' : o',-.: k. A:;-r meeting the train
ie locked tme docr and was driven to
the hotel, where he died in a short time.
B lo -tin: aft-- **.;.ti.: iH ,li 'I -tioI.
tiatu'.o lic -r wait r br: -l,. 1:r'iv ,.'
lquic ly I ',*c'ttrtzl !'r i *tl .- u-,. Of
PHI KI.V A-!II lIi'r It stre-a"- -
ens die~ption, cl,.anses :and r,-u .,.T-'
the bowel,. Sold by HannaL B:o-'.


Is4 1.Llo4k'4i r' i. '-r-ly A-% a Trot of
tIII t 1rit ";ti h of thtq 31,tct*ii,.9st'
tLsacoam- C4 :..c..rnaccoArristza.d lBe-
tI et 'AeI niai'0ye asiedStrilker5.


CPF 'uA4:., March .--Until the strike
of the UUIon ;ua,;4:uisas in CiLucago shail
begin to she r4suits one way or ti:e
bther, the aniditations today wore that
r.n:oa o inucii;n:-s wtii not be ordered
out :n other cites and the strike ,.iil be
crmoniod. .: t,.r as possb.le to that trade
alone in Caieago.
Pros:-Ieat James O'Conue'l of the ln-
teruational AsSoLiiition of tMachinists
will go o Columnbus, 0 the tirit of the
week in rep',nse to a telegram stating,
that a confe-ence had been arranged
between the strAking machinists and
their employers and expressed himself
as confident that the strike in that city
wouid be sealed am.cably in a short
time.
T'The strike in Chicago is looked upon
as a test of he strength of the union by
the labor lelers and unions affiltased
with the Matrrial Trades Council. which
yesterday resolved to support the ma-
chinirts to the ead. will not be ordered
out unless conditions demand it.
A meeting of the execu.ve committee
of the Maonumists' union was he.d to-
day to mni:p out a p!an of campaign and
to arrange for funds for carrying on the
strike to a u'cessful conclusion.
A nuthl) r o: small firms not afi iaeod
with tho Mauufactureri' assoc.atiou,
signed bhe unicn scale during the day
and the man were told to report for
work. Sa far. however, there aro no
sig ', of yi-l,.inug by the Manufacturers'
aseociatton.
Trn sbte at the Deering harvester
work. whicii was rxpccted to involve
several huntirel of tne ewioloyes, has
not so far iuater,:alized. According to
the Deering oflici.lis no: over '20 ma-
chinists have quit wor;.


TO SAVE FROM LYNCHING.
q;.u-et groes T"uk'n Fromn 'a'.-
In lrt-g to Aniotslou.
I;t:,INuHAt.. A'a, March :3.-Six re-
groes charged with murJer were
brought to the Jeff-rson county jail
Lore :rom Taliadoga yesterday to ave
tilomn from lynching. Tuey were E.-
lert ('utry. Sarm Gray. William Hard-
Lu't a:id Wade llariiintt who were
arrested .nu (u:ry's coatt-es-'';' for the
murder nf Pink Dobi,': can ,.l .iar!ner,
who was ho'cnered to death on toe out-
F.ki:ts ot Tuloade,a for hL. money, and
Nathan %agland and George Calhoun,
who had been in jil several mouths,.
charged %vi:h other murders.
Sbortiy lbfore midnight the sheriff
learned that a b.g mob bad been formed
and vias moving on tue jaii for the
avowed purpose of lynching every mur-
derer in it. sex in number. He accord-
ingly organized a force of deputies,
hustled the imurderern out the back
way, chartered a special train and hur.
ried away with them for Birmingham.
Learning this the mob members who
reached the jail just as the special train
left the depot discharged their guns and
dispersed.
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS.
National ('onventton Called to Meet
In Pittsbur:.
PITT-r.tna. March 3 -A call for a
convention of ail the electrical contrao-
tors in the United States, to be held in
this city on March ti, had been issued
by the Pittsburg Electrical Contractors
association. The object of the conven-
tion Is to take some defensive action
consequent upon the combination of the
electrical supply houses and the proba-
ble advancing of prices on material.
There are in the United States over
4.000 electrical contractors who are
rated by thi commercial agencies at
#20,000 and over. Fully 1,000 of these
are expected to attend the convention
to be held here and an effort will be
made to form a national organization.

S4ouilherni Itailw.y's EIarn'ngp.
Loisvl..l., Marcu 3 -The Son hern
cas made a statement of its earumnge
and expenses for the month of January
mud for the seven months from July i
to Jan ;I. (iross earnings fur January
were ;.,(:12(. an increase of $-7.;,;,
over the same month last year; net
earnings $; :.3Jl, an increase of 59t.-
40..:. For tue seven monthfe gross earn-
ing4 have bean $ 8,32.1t;., an increase
uf 2J.0 !:;; net earnings (, 167,iL01,
an increase of '".47,":'*3.




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(,thr ,il.- II.t i;thi::lit th.r i urt woulhl
I' it". '* >< ifflta roti a o-,n ator n aso-
iatptil l wtitih hin to mulak a friinial mo-
tion i '- i itt iis Ihlt Iil e h 'y M.11r. H teed.
This s.'nati;ir tt who heu np called de-
1urre-l t itirt. saying any one touhl'
ask for a writ. lint the omit.sh attor-
ney persisted. :iaitl th*f senator made
the motion. .\ few Ilnys later he re-
velv.d a tche'ck for 14)'.' to pay for th*"s
service Thes,. l dnwyr. lo not work,
for nom'ing:" AnIt nV. W '.x. I
W- htaveo uaved many doctor bill
iirc. we, began using (Cha.in. rlain'.
C('ugh ITrnidy in our hmi-ent. W'
ke-vp:s bottle open all the tirle and
whietUtnevelr ay of miy faltily ot r my-
-glaf (Ihginy to )tecli Atln!ia w. bgKinll to
ia-. t!h C'ouwh ltlRemedy. andtl is :a re-
-tilt wb I'Ver have too *id away for
t (do trr : l i inc r a lor;t: doctor
)ill, for ('t,; il, rlait' (' ,,i Ih RIem -
"*tiy t. vt.r fnll[- to ciir,. It i- cer-
t.-.inly ":t in di'ito, f cr,;at ui,-rit and
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FOURTEEN-STORY BUILDING.
Atlanta to Have a New Skyseraper
Erected Soon.
AMILANTA, March 3 -President T.
JeflersoL Coolidge, Jr., of the O'd Col-
ony Trust company of foston is spend-
ing a few dayis in Atlanta and isaccom-
panied by Samuel C'arr of lcaton.
Mr Colidge is oae of thl largess
stoclkhoildrs i the Tftn. Th imasVtills
and (;ilf rai:roi, vow leinjr con-
structel t-,etw-,n 1 I:t,. n :In' Tuo-mas-
vite. MNr li fI. A.L:us n 's. re sdoon
of tue road.
Mr. ("onoidgo wil' shortly niti;ernt t s t:rvy ti,:e puile.ing at the
vorter f l;road an;>r M.:rietts .stre tes.
It tli iL) kuown a r(nuo lEmpire build-

Mir ("''oin ,:. staei tL.:t at n oo.n as
the JE'iuptro b ithiit a% <.4,;ins'ructed
he would pi.otabiy teL n thi t oarirncr-
tirton of .oter' er Lig .rtue sTrnctrnr i
Atlanta lIN has airealIy urt -hasedthe
propertv ou which it a probable the
<,ntern:)'ated 1 truc'tre wt.l I e boilt.
Jr r (',o lid;e i iihuiii.ltt, i la in
,tarieS of Atlanta
N w I Il s.s.IsIh..I iiulhlting .
IuIIt:Mi'I \ A:a. A March 3.-Th. r-
purt of the ('hiet .ft fire department for
the month of February shows that per.
nites for thii Prection of new building
in Birminguam we-re issued iast mouat
to tho amurant of $:'.,.34') The large.c
,,f thpieso was tor a buniLding of a new
freight de;,ot for the L',uiqvilie and
Nasuviile railroad, valued at $12.000.
1H4rrisnn Oilp @sei the 11111.
IrIiA'; \Po i,'s. March 3 -In response
to the question whether be had. as re-
ported in conversation with friends, ex-
pressed an opinion adverse to the Porto
Rican bill. General Harrison today smid:
"Yes, I regard the bill as a most sem'-
onu departure from the right principles."


lie FmI-'oled tiee Surgon.,
All dw-tor- t l Ih nirck if ium ilton.
of W '-t Jetffe-r-,on. 4 :if',er -i et-ring
I monrth-, fronims It 'sI I l-tihla. he
wo' il d isc ii -'- it c .-ly r.ii n
wa p -rfl r e -II "; -I t 1.- < ,,',1 hilml-
-flf w ith fiv- *. ...x- t kl 'i'4
.\rnica Salve. ti,** -tir* ** lI'il.- e ireo fi
I:arth,. at l ti L -: .t.-*.- In th.e
W ,ril)d. 2", -c' t- ;i .,x. S<. 1 -byv W .
A >'A !- it :** I -i-


Who is Rader?

HI;'s is the Furniture
Man.

DURHAM Cigars have
no equal. For sale at
D'Alemterta'- .

Your Credit is Good
I-',r ii,"ytiiir g. itr e,< ir *,.i-. \ ef ;v a; 1h r..s .i--, 'rtii'r- t ,l .," -. };*-4|
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! B.,r; -in IFuri.. ur,. }l.ti-.

HaIve YourPAintin.
and Papr Hanging (deo ,ti vy tip-',o-
date people. in an up-tie-di.. ,tvt lp,
by patrr nizing J. E. Roe. & (;,,.. N,.
11 N. Palafox. Ph,ne .i. "if-if


FT


NO. 26.


Makes the food more delicious and wholesome
MOcVL SANl .I POwOFR CO.. ft v0 ...


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, MARCH 5, 1900.


EKDOPWYMEN'T OFFICE.
Ring U- ;3S2 ar call Ht the office.
11 ZSorth Palaf-ix !-trea-t, whpn in
used of. a ri n.r. It. 1. Hfffman.
Bmwineom-iA~z--'tt ,f th' ('ai .nter*-
and Joiiiaer!.EU i~I -. will f ur,- h you
with tie d--jiied !.. lp )ui -Lt~rt no-
t ice@. ,5f


GAS


RANGES


WE)


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All Connected
Ready for Use
for...


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To those new comers
just setting up house-
keeping these Ranges
are just the thing.


Call and Examine
them or drop us a card
and we will call on you.


BUhg Sit Ul ca Til .


P[ISO A GIS (0,


No. 3 S. Palafox Street.



James H udies'


Boiler Uforks


Steamboat and Sawmill


Work a Specialty.


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THE HEINE ACADEMY CF MUS!C, .i "
N .. N 'r! i'r 11, r '
MISS EVELENE M. HEINE. Pr.n:mo.i. CASTO R IA
MISS IDA PI(G(;IO. A ... Fr Infants and Childre..
i... 1 e .''' -. i : ; The Kind You Have Always Bought L


Beat Patent Flo-or.
Our T 1 "I / L" '1(1
Patent /fI's /1,71,)'" It 11,!

Inlill.
Ford, 'le Y. :, .., f
(lhe biest P ,-, -i r'pi 4 I'Fowl 0/i
the lflarA'c/.
.411 1N(l'.'ii, /tH..

sal~e lub*y Xi cw "lans Gm;-
cery LCo.
'U.s. .1uwu[tir.
PhLone 10-5. IPro/)ri'cl/0,'.

C CESTER'S Cftr.4_SM1
~IIYI!9ALPILLS

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WEARY CF LANDLORDISM.
Bold Utterances by Prominent Irish
Nrvwpaper.
LoaN>'s, March 8 -Tue recent mor-
ler c" a lana agent and magistrate,
named Bird. at Iintry, though :aii.ng
to attract gen-ral iu;erer, i. -Le.d by
the LU t-er vi'orme. i to un :icat- a --Tri,-u
tond:tion of Irisa affairs.
Tne S:aniaard, ccrimerntin^ on the
affair, draws attu(ntou to the fac: that
Mr. Wi.hamn O' Lrien, oniv a few tdays
before the mur.iar, luaugLrale'i a *ranch
of the United Irish lvazuoe, urging his
audienuc to "'get rid (f .aud.ori.-ni"
and re-ferret ena'ha-asticalivy :o th ex-
ample of the lBars *whz took down
their guns "
The Standard denies the ins:nnation
that Mr. O'Brien or the league actually
instigated tlhe mur !er. but it compares
Wie occurrence to the course of the old
land league. whose ious:eprs Mr. Giad-
sttone dec::tred were "dogged with
cr.me." It urges Mr Bal'our, the chief
secretary for Ireland, to reconsider his
refusal to put the united league under
the banu of toe crimes act, saying:
"Sterner mieasures are now necessary.
The sentiments of tue Irisn in par.ia-
ment do not matter so much. What
they say on the hills.de is of serious
impo tlance."


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Hit1 MIDII Itl 0RIMAI JTOR (0.
ATLANTA. t6A.


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Bean the Thme Kind You Har, AiWays E,-vItt
signatwo 1

VIAMILI). AND) GULF' LAND) CO.
A \ 1IilfltiIl, ofait tle 'ai k a .i. 4,fa
t I #- lori 1a and 0 (hlf 1,;ji(1 (I c,?2, iI I ), 'N
wjill b.a. liteJd atk the' afliv, (.f ti vo'lii-
pally i ithiii-city. t f !Mar(. T hi~.
S l (Al.JW, at 12 ii(l4IVk ri44ti.
1-. 1;. 1%N.


FOR STEAM IPivIlti N
I'ENSACOL.1 EiECTIC i C I'N32 IN A I
RIAILaWAY C MAV
Trains le-ave Pens~aoholaf, r tth-.# 2ti
HAY()u, P'almetto Ba-ach. Wikir~ri~ta)1, _Nw4
Yard uiL12 lort Harraracas at
0:'4:I a.in. :aarrive at F~ort Pat rancaq 7:215 x.I,
I' ''I a.tni.arrive at Iort Banri Pmcwit J, 14' 1.T
!op.m. amy. *at lFort Parr:ttia..a. 2 4.% 1,
S1. 1 tit. Irri% o tt I-it 1C. .'.?r .'c Iw
ei;:. p. mo. &-rive at i'o: t ,.a7t, .1
-,':- p in. a. rivt' attz ort P.1%rrwx to i %; 4.-) p Ir
Tinamn It' vo Fort lBaz n~i..as To.: Jlens.
'la Rat
74 a. m. rrivt at lPens "''', Y 6:'. ") f. IT
:10 :IP. Tn. arrive oat lJi'jjt' i.-, 4o' p iII
I I' P. in. -irrive at I V#-%-s .4 w P. 1'
14,1 In W P- 14. l'* 1 w f, 1;. .'fIiM
7:.aip. n.#trr; i'a; i. P -,-v .4.0U it.
*4 t p n.ftrri% **a'l'.Y."i....;; iT
I :t, LIl tt taTI-iy
MUN"DAY .HT "
Ia.&Vi P~~ac~aLV t1 cL; Fat -tncas
9 1.ifM.
1% iM. 4.
11. T..piV .
P. M
4 P.M p Tn.
6 P.M. TP. .1
FARE Ft-ita4FEK hA' '-
llo-niasents to F"ort BabrriarrcA- M.-tu'~arn 4-.,
I""n-rcola to Naty Yard aiul in- ,i
i'a-nb&5C0114 to PaiiawttO II. a.'i a:,J rv~ui'n _5
PARR FOic MONDAY
Pensacols to .1.-t HArrancap Nary
I ard and return .....
Pthnsacola to Paslmetto i a'ar-d
rea m -_ -- --.,-.- -
No freight i .....iva-d after.'. Titn


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Place For Pensacola
Buyers to Buy

Choice Family


6iEN ER1A INSlUR C GROCERIES


-ND-

Real Estate Agents,
PENRI COI.A. LA.
REPRESENT TWENTY-T'' OiF THF
IF.AIINOi FIRF. LIF F. NARINF.,
ACCIDENT. Fl I)EFIIT'Y. !'I.A'IT
(4I.ASS, AND PTFAM BiOILE .IN-
r-UKAN(CE U'OMIPA.IFR. .......


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-i-- AT-
The Well-Known,


Up-to-Date


Store


--HEN- -.,

fE$TZ & CO.,


.-120-122-.::


E. Government Street.


*SHERLOCK HOLMES, JR.
2%he Wonderful l)ednct1'an% of a
Great C4Iaicn;;o %Ieaat .






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Any one ctwultdl4141 '.'' lih. It's
Is fz-,-n111-f Iituii'ky.'
"\VIat 2fi-nt1,c-4412thinlk so,"
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1whit'a .1m ulo i .4
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Do You Ifa1.



sTo Be Pn Cre ttyaisa







ATTENTION, bUtHES I


Are you sunbu
reddened by heat.
-is your comply
bad?
We've got the
thing for you:


HOLD INTERSTATE FAIRS.
Atlanta's l.xpuiltiona ul!dlong Will
Hle Prtberved.
AT.ANTA. Marti 8 -At an enthusi-
astic meeting of a number of business
men to discuss the advisability of de-
rmolishing the old exposition buildings,
owned by the At!anta Amusement com-
pany. the following resolution was in-
trounced by .nJaneo W. English. Jr.:
-Resolved, Teat the board of direc-
torse of this company ibe autboriz:d and
requested to confer with a committee
of business men, including T. H. Mar-
tin, and endeavor to effect plans for an
annual interstate fair in Atlanta. the
first fair to be held this fall. Also that
the Luoiness Men's lasiue, the cham-
ber of commerce and the Retail Grocers'
association be requested to co-operate
in the movement."
This resolution was adopted with en.
thusiasm and each member present at
the meeting pledged hime.f in active
suopuort l the p.an.
GLEANINGS.



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u!wurI-r,,..
CHOICIMEAL .D PURGROUN



VGrist .and Cn %), 1tea1t M&;f&dis
M. ~kF.-('NZrEREZ & CO.,HProp1


ry. .N : r,'-T.... ; .-N -,1,!r 1, tia rdiji:x
arid you in t'ir;i art~.n r.: v I'


lrned,
florid
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for InfantS and Children.
CastoriI Ii-4%IaIharmnless ii'i -ztitlute 1A4.r 4;to1r Oil. 1'Paar,-
gore, IDrops and soo%~4tIZII" Svrup-i. It 1%i' le.;iant. V
conltalinlsneither 0Opiuma. Iforphinie' i.r ot her Narvot4-
su.Ibstanace. It 4Iestroy-I Worims ndaiil aiy-4~.iIl~'-
it cuir" DIiarrnhmell iutl nWind C(.lic. It r.liv%4i*'Tee'thI-
in- T~rouble-, mida4m-1camr Cons!'tipbat ion.It re-ualatc.% the
st$1toiiia .11141eNBowel.,, gi iva~ m~lthnr :11A mattiral -AI.'.p
The Child~ren's I'mmolk.i4.-Tle N1otbver*.--Friend.
The Kind You H ave Always Boughs
,, ~Bearxs the Signature of


In Use For Over 30 Years.
a cec.. -.m T. T TuV A O"f. Unew-WM-CrL- -



Chas. H. Tturner,


. *ARCHITECT- .


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General Contractor

l 't l :i l:. ., 1 ':, :: : i:, i :; ti, l tI n I sr. t. <* : ; :: :. I'.I::n m :: ',
,all f;.4- I 2e..
A Complete Plumbing Department under :i
Management of E. B. Morey.
i,'-: : )> -iL n-. I. tili: tr : ., Si ifi :t., f.
it[, L !\ l ,\ : ...- i're tparedil !i .lrt % : I '.


If..I: \, m ( Ca' rtu I1 !4k


No. 19 S. Palafox St.


:: Telephone No. 34:,


--THE-


r"Cht citizens National Bank


OPF ['EISACOLA.


R{. N1. BUSHNELL~


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W' J WHI I'1.111! .E. Jqolf%'F. PF'FI"FFFlt.
i.. muLroNON(REE.IN.


A Ge;fcra1


JRanA-ing


Bisi ass


RIx M. ROBIN.-"


L ranBE"\ i


Ve~' ~en~IL-indled on Favorable~ Termsi, .
~ tC, A 'tandSod 5h, t'oicetlori..
~ ~~v~~yAttended To2.

ACCOUNTS SOLICITED.


The Star

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Laindri91

Fr R IurT ri nninmaI


IDE riUR UM IuUNUKI yr f[ V alu R un:


Carfe And Attlr a imi


A..A-L IVOPA .0 D
w.~PF71~E114, E. GAR.D;r'v
F'ci :C ALLED FOR AND DELI VERED PI::-
WALKERINGRAITAM, Xana,


ESTABLISHED 1Hf3.


McKEANZIE OERTING &


CO


0 ----DEALEK8 l.t

Ship Chandlery and General Hardwar:
608 AND 6015 4. PALAI.OX STREET.
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REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEBLING'S W. -
GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUKBEL&AON'SPLMI-
CamIs., Crdag, Patsi, lils, luticil Intranutsn, harts, ,latac rs, "
COMPtWEM. LXOGS. I'Tc.
C 'Keuzi Orting ( 'le.ctinig Ag-ent for lhr Pi'lot.- t. .f

flWWI Wlll!9 emI aYm AIOilifu I


f f! t -th lt"-


!-Ive the tu:.i'ce tLktt


*.: lit-ke g:t:Mlc ecr. -A'-. TLk
ai> xvell a'-; tha~t of the I:ttile (a.,.e to'
. "4e. l-1't to h oI)-,-' -1:7e
aO a hurt anl ;* aan'a"-s 'lwy .
hLu-e

Motherl's

Friend


Cream De Beaute.
Highly recommended
for a skin beautifier. It
will remove freckles
and make the skin
clear and smooth.
PARKER DRUG CO.
For Sale Only by

q4qqis' pq4p4cy,
:"., S.,utlh P'aiinf,-x ?t.


Indigestion!

1l'e ciallenge the irorld
lo Ifro/lte at remfledy! c iial
to /rca .ltfchilcss .,ilieral(
i tc,' "' r f the ctr of In-
(i*'osti'ii, Iy .lpc, sia' nnt,
(111 j'ojin .s, of Stont aich, low-
cl Trou bl /cs nd Skin Dis-
c(tes. (;iaranteed to cu re
or money ri'fnfti ed. Cot(
on/il, -7 cr//liN t d(lay/t to u1 i/.
One dollar bolHt lt / twecn-
ty (Ia ys.
For sale >U (ill drui.ts1:
(taso I1 '. T. Green ( o. ,'l.
N. Pluf',." Street.

W. I. II. \\ltllSON,


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, MARCH 8, 1900.


S'0iOHESS OF SHIP BILL


Now Bef-7rc the Senate as a
Party Measure.


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P31147 I-WIN. .N!.1o"011.1.2 ,-T1S'1i
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-1 tiler the l ut~tiem v'(of -.. huh '
o4 find N '., pi ath1i it -'gIt,'-t iiz l i er Ii'f 'use-

Mu.' dta f.'s and fret ul ii#,%derth r-

i,.traii.t 11!. 1 i("-potisi-il~iiY (ty (f d !!iPstle

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PAINTERS AND WRITERS.











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lr' krt:i1'. tdrayv lIdd.,'.w.:gtm load
-.r c' I-ar d:(. Owitig tol the .rti-h of
h ine.-- thle -.4rvin-i' 'freu1 ri'1
mvill hI),-11d('4cotititit,14.i ttl'Ftl~iz wevik.
mny h-ur of tht' day or n:Ii2ht.
Ws- wiil latinder '.'nr v-;ro .iii-f, r
:ikv 1t4W. Sinr 1,;,tindry.

CALL AND INSPECT
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1.1 i*'4-f troill and .1 Bra~-



Five Thousand Rolls

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Smoke DURHAM Ci-
gars at D"Alemberte's.

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CURE YOURSELF!


Sold by Irirgwi~te.


Scrofula and



Consumption

People tainted with scrof-
ula very often develop con-
sumption. Anemia, running
of the ear, scaly eruptions,
imperfect digestion, and
enlargement and breaking
down of the glands of the
neck, are some of the more
prominent of scrofula symp-
toms-are forerunners of con-
sumption. These conditions
can be arrested, consumption
prevented and health re-
stored by the early use of


Scoff's Emulsion

Your doctor will tell you so.
At :l drug.Ki- : :- r and S: -.
SCOTT liUWN.. C!.En.. ts, New York.


THE VULNERABLE AGE.
.iltvh sI 4l-r tIn- I 'hte -ltor itndl MIn; I'o Isjit S ( sn i ta I ri >ino sn .



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\Voi!. ;ill 1~ "' ;:. ; !i, ,;;. ,, ,r "'|:2- _'l 4. o.o
That i 14 sI ;i it ;ha it \\'a :iat s ;i( ire-t'
cist'e ; that tii, :, i, :iia' La t blor of
lah t :i r nlll4 t \he, : .;i ii:lid illiecame

T" l'h t' h a rh, r. l,<'\\ .er, r. ,ro. s rlnl ie
w.ary yV .ar by yr.t. II, \IVI^ ol.er inI
]444 th ii.' i illn ( 1s:1 I: a i' Inl t l into the
tolls. Thi ei\- r .l t. I ;I:t i,hl r '.t4 4ns ,lr-
oi4-l in 1 .s7 at .u..;,i 3 'rs of ;a e itc
., -* 1l4,.. llh ;i t'. t ', i !.I '.s to w ait ;oi-
lr iN'.\ thl;; I i >:h' 1u' l tI. S v w as .
(of a yil'r y lr.- .lr iln : i7 \vl hn sh> Ie--
i-ianw a w\ il' ti":n ll In As for tho,
priIl, \\hli i!.:;'y ;I' :::;hair. The'y >re

I ; ::..;1 iin 11 ;-I ], :i 1 '..:;' t.-t f'o, r (uit
tof \ il l:-n :i;i,-, IST4 wItre
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l ii .-1'.: l!:l' 1 c 'i i] w I to

PC AL. S.I3o L C ADTSP.
nare the e I Kud Ycu Ha' y Always B't.,
B r n a t u r e f 1 1 1C I

TO ITH 1E PUlI C.
I 1:v .- jl!-t ,c ived :; fi:!.' <>t ,,f
j1;l U iil6 ,,f c n" ld i. -.aIl l r +',;1 tilt I' :it
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Th .y ;irr t, rri- ..an fin" ji-t fr,,l)
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2lj I in
PROFESSIONAL OARDS.


Physiciall and WE 02a.




DR. Wx. C. DEWBE.RRY.
orFioE-HasxIDah Bros.' Drug Store.
RESIDENOIE-400 E. Jackson Stree


Wmn. Marean, M .,

9HOin~alahic Physiclen and Sl1gruoul
LaIte (If OCaa. IFla.,
Oft~rs his pniofev~ni'41n41ervict-i to thp ('itl.
F. .IMl At tent 1)1ion ivenIlo t ho t r..qt in-tri I
of Chronic Iti-.'ao'a and I'ivm 't f I
Women L' ad ( 10114-,11.
Oic't4.- flft'ur- 'a. iin it 1211.. 4 P. xM.




Dr. Wilmer S. Ha/I,

DENTAL SURGEON,
Misgiiic Temple. Pbona 364.


WANTED.
Waited to buy all kids of Sizoic
gand Fvnft~ro, Muchavdise, &c.

4Address Bet 142.


GRAND EA1871IER oBAIL
T.. h 4 I. %- L
P.', TC, Tfrl1 .' 2-.2IF.


BOER PRESIDENTS

WILL COMMUNICATE U


dropped to 170 per 1.000. There have
not been so few hbo and girl marriages
at any time since ISO1.
Of the total marriages of IM19. 42.751
persons were minors. Of these, there
were 2 girls. 14 years: 11,. 175 years; 1.-'s.
1I, years: .45 Io4ys. 1D; years: ',1;4 boys. 17
yenrs: 1.111; girl.. 17 ytars. aanl ;.3c ;;
boys and .,"24 girls 11 y>';ars. Over 11
the girl wives run inlito i;he tens ,of
thouisandls. an111 actually nearly l'..'-,j
youths of 2'0 years were married.
There has leeni a (eci'led sutmln in
wllo\vwers anid widlows of late. InI 1S71
13:S huslaiinds andl li) wi) 's int every
1,1,) were wiilowers andil wi,\vs rl'-
spec.ti\t ly. l'hings have 'l a:;g,,d since
then. T'.Lere "rre but 1'0S v,-ilo\vers and
U9 widows in every .mm l;i:rn;i an'es iu


]?2 "'ll:e widower., by tlhe way. is LONDON, March 3.-President Kruger
more obvions. dangerous to the sus- is ,aid to bave left Pretera wIth thein-
ceptiblh he:irt tif the op .ite sex than tention of meeting President Steyn
the 'wiw.w It is to i.e Lnoted. .,',- Tne pace where they wi.l meet is not
ever. tl::at w!wr'i toi widow selects a
evertt !l ti ,LV mantionad, tut is believed to be some-
baclor :i : a husband she taks an where in the Orange Free State.
a'liyn two yj :ars her junior; when she
('11,,,,.s. a- \; a 4.I,.lwer, lher hnii :.anl is Thooe in South Aftcua wh,) are con
ne'Ary live. y,,:'-4 s cle.r t!:;: Lt.'i'stfr.- v'elstt w'tl the eff-ict the recent re-
St. l..t'.Is l:,pli!,l.l., veres havo had on the IPoers exi.ress
--- the opiiiui trat the ineonu-g of the two
\o hn l e e-.. ee rr.,ident' f prega.n:. is r!,o1.iiuin.ary ta a sugges-
TI:s 4 .. I 4 hi a Wl).c8riher tion of z;got.ai iouis: ;cr pe.ae.
lii l.". l.'1^ *,!'i i;i!,'.;. p" / .h.;: i an otl: l iher
S I t: : 1 li tue c.tSe, it must be due
p,.r 'I-,,'-. *',r' i': t,,t \ ,c i-roshjt.rt of
!.e, I:i: .! t:. s W. \V Cle n trv ,e r' ts- to th-' r'p' .uro rotu iht to bea- upon
.',i-!t iP. :rt !;iedl. ithe otl('e I .', 1:e va,-he re ite b :no l.arghers and Af-
(' -o i t Ma rikati,i :- in ie EIritish (oionjes rather
-:i: i ... .I r..;:,:~u o 1 until ; 1M arch
.4 ii't vt.11thaun to tiO p!ar.tna. InlEinatiOi8s of tilhe
4 i \t y.tr. president. as aI tiue available informa-
I.ilt th ,.,.,. 'i4 ,';,1 f1iill p: .,' l 1.r. It I'resilcnt mIn uei as ever to I'r.nist in the war unti
M4.l,;1lll.y Sih. ,,1 'l>4. i,' ~t' s,-rtet:ry of tbet reso.urt'er c: tile republic are munct
s1:t', \ < t'ev\r Le. iia ty .e.. \\ill, if eli- more enteebL'ei than they seem to he at
gilh tI' !, prC st' i l'lt'v,. at u qh'e qualify pruoent, a.tirough soine sgni.a;;llce Is
attacht'i 1o t*l,* o'isu. a.tion in view of
as ir'. : '. the re;.rtedl vi.in to Engiaud of Chief
If fr,:- :iiy resil ihe lice of secre- JustIce lavi. r Mr. Homier and Dr.
t1:ry11' ; t4.' slhIulIl Ile vaicallt ifl such Tewater., ot:eu,.invl on private business
an e'li i ',. :.' y ior its ilicuii4ut bt e as aud for t.eir unalltil.
tyet u111onfiruhel'd by the senate or tin- But t.io ciuseit observers do not an-
dt,r ji:':lnhiinenit or no4t 'onlstittit n)- ticipate any nddeiln cessation of hostill-
ally elig;.l'e to election as president. ties, and certainly ttie reports from the
th sueion wou ps to t sr- eater of war do not tend toencourage
th:,- stu'ssion wouldjlhp:l tary of the treasury, and so ou through Boers are apparently rallying with their
the cabilnt ii an a apl)inted order. aooustomed ability to repair a tempo-
Prior to 1S4,L when the present law rary reverse, and Great Britain has yet
regulating the succession was passed, to test their force as a defensive power
the president pro tempore of the sen- under the new conditions of warfare.
ate and the speaker of the house of
representatives were next In order of Cospirmey Im Brazil.
succession to the presidency.-Youth's NEw YORK, March 3.-The Herald's
Companion. correspondent in Rio Janeiro says in-
Snexpeeted Defense. formation has reached that city that
Judge- Have you anything to say be- armed British forces in Brazilian terri
fore the sentence is passed? tory, near Rio Brancos. have hoisted a
ur ar th es'r;s passfId knw'd tht British flag. The authorities arrested
Iturglar-es; f I knwd that some persons suspected of conspiracy
spiis.ter lady hla a dinner bell under against the government. Severalofficers
'er miller. things (d a come out diff'r'nt. of the army and navy are among the
Indlianatolls Journal. susleots.


THE ORIGIN[AL


S3. LOUIS


A. B. C.


BEER.


Kruger Leaves Pretoria to
Confer With Steyn.

NO INDICATIONS OF PEACE

Boerr Are App,arvinttly Rai lying to lir-
pair Telip rary Rever.--Iumn.ors
That the Cuoiferee" Is i,4Looklug 'or-
wsr,l to 1'ae.'- Nrgotiatiou..


l'!h.tne No. I I;.


Itailroad Exehian.:,. l'o!,n *t, s.



LODGE DIRECTORY

KNIGHTS OF F'YIHAIAAAS.
Pensacola Idge. No. 3. K. of P.
meets every Monday f wa-
ing at 7.:;i. at ('atile Hall.
SIn llutchinson hall. WeLe
7Ia Intendenctan trtet.
Vlslting brethren cordially
welcomed.
,J H. J roDaVm4.
i H. HORRLCR. C.C.
&^3U K. K.I 8.
W. 0. W.
Live Oak Camp No. I W(MIman oftbe
World.
M-*t.tq first ant third Frilay night ia
each month. Visiting 4ovvro-n(n% cords-
allv Invitvd. W.W. WAToSU.
s. lt. Tl AM -4 Clerk. C. C.

CHAS. COTTRELL,


Artistic Photographer,
1 4l)OM .l, F1ISHl. I BI'l.I)lIN ,.
20-,. O()UTH PAlAtlOX 8TREKT.
M atilfaction tiuarantultd in Every Par-
Sticullar.


' HEIIBiRG BROE & CO;,


SWOLIALIE e010 ,


V. J. VIDAli, Sole Wholesaler. alafox Street,
Pensacola, Florida.
11,80 133KIE8. BSRNTES 1IiE3, IIP3RIED AND 00DESTIC
Paal Jones an l Ecto pr s p elebrated Wiskies. B A R G A IN S
RY I BOTTLE OF CLERT TONIC. -IN
PHONE 154. : : : : 0. BOX 587.
JUG & FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED
Fr.e lDelilvry to Any Part of the City.l
gg?'All orders left at Th'e Ot ee. Vidal & 8 mIth, will te careful'
attended to.


OUNN'S *


HOTEL


ON EUROPEAN PLAN.


Restaurant Attached, Open Day a
OYSTERS, FISH AND GAME OF ALL ,KIN

Special Orders at Any He
RATES :-From $1.00 to $1.')1 pr DI)ay.
515 and 5109 S. South Pala fx Street. Perinacvla. Florida

TIME TABLE.

LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE IR
IN IE:FFE( 1T .IANI' Al' -7. ..- .


NI.
- ,~, p iii
I 2 p iii
- P iii
ii III
'.1. Ill
444444121
I. ...1414i


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PlIt Ii)

7.115
.1 IT


A rriv.'-'
A r:I%',,
A ri%
4.ml'


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A t.1.1,


A mr'.
'4; rr %
Ar4%.'-


$lOOOwill lm'Poola'r#- 4of ?land north
$20007ii h'I 'llIf uYoi itr.- adIjo)ining c14y

Three Regular $3000,-',dia tr4:ff e .ri owlinbloo"k
This property I% In New 4. it y.
X.als rach iDay will buy 7.o aere4 ht'twfwa Big
$4009 Bayou au1!id Ltle' Hn31nz. Thiv
2 5c Each. ofrt Bigfla u An Lst re aal
4. a ~$5000 do-nc I4 iv0 Wt-tI'ft 1. MitustewI
on 1 .-tr. .t car lin; i bat'.,#. 1444101'. ad all nbuA-

ind $igflt. w~lfl buyhot .xwithj *n ft front oim
trry. '1h14. can hoi min111 ii'tatt'y lit ilize'd lot
D.)A IN S E Ao-"ON. ~i.ft.. purpo'.t-t.
~ waill oiv I ylt -Aith -!%'A f t front an
)ur. $f'w0J0J4 ro-gorv utiad ;V%& f: i "eou on Al-
caniz an'! 11.2ftIt r,)jont iiWliact it. TWOe
prelp-tyr vh as mr--c' '44113 v-'-4 (4i .it, nid tborehe
LODGING : plititI.(if 1room01to build a d~ao'n b4411'o's more.
125 and 50c $8000 wl I Ihuy a rvle
oi m-tlr4'244Iy l,-tw.-a iPate-
foxn and Tarragtona 4t res1-ei.
$9000will fillyan dIart j.9-~r" 1imswith
I-ApsitintfltI'r(4144rtv 'fiai truck fisr~flaf4Eand
Z AILROAD. ito 't'.. e0 mit1"ps
$1090W l-, 't 1, r" 411I t, ,in
fro11 itrt (f ." 4 t' U 1* % 1"fooet


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BETWEEN PENSACOLA AND JACKSONVILLE.


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- 2442


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So ndy 'rl.l. l 1Restau.ran t,
Monday. April 6,1900. 3 te ta\Z,.I3t7


PARKER'S I
~HAIR BALSAM
Cia an &d biani rg.tht U&a.
C Provacsi aS Sluzwf-ilt p',nA Uih.
Rovert ?alg to Reatore Gray
Hair to its Youthful Color.
mle. oWU


(Deals at All Hours.


)<. Open Day and Night.


A Complete Stockik of Frioi:-. N.i:r. C('.L. .ti-. Ci tr- and Ti hbaci.
Conltaltly on Hand.
Finest Oysters for Family Use a Specialty.


J. E. Stillman &- Co.,

East Side of Plaza.


H. A. WATERS,

Butcher and Green Grocer-
PHONE 172
I -' T '' : --**** rl .Nati4, .M ,it-<,,

lr ,.,'in '- I. ily .
Shop, Rcarcf Johnson & Son's Store,
IN T D NI )EN IA .I :'I r ET.

JOHN McDAVID,

REAL ESTATE AND BO0KERACL
UITY PIROPEr:TY. FARMING


AN D TIM ItE RLA N DS
FO4.R SALE.


Loans Pleeed at Reasonable liates.


L1 East (iovernmeut .Street.


JOHN NICHOLAS'


305 N. TARRAGONA STREET.


Acme Beer.

THE BEST BEER SOLD) IN
PENSAC(OLA.

Dannheisser Bros.,

AGENTS.

ASO Solil ty M. Perry ani WJi. Yata.

The Jug Trade

Is Our Specialty._--
P'ro,:ipt DI) iv. ry am l S.ti-,faction


Dannheissor Bros,
11tl Southt ',l If.,x S:.,


P. (). Box 2,4.












THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, MARCH 5, 1900.


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Terms-invariably in Adi
(Mw Year by Mfh.,
Mix 3Ionttf
Ibrsee Mof. b-
4,00 IMow.,
050 WeelE. by jr r.*-. w,'

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TELEPHONE NO. 1!8.

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This paper Is om FI1 wit!! tI
UNlING ADVERTISING
Eindiott Bauiding. tSt. Pantl win
Mbcab~em ,advertisero and 01
examodowit and wbemr estim ate* wi
apOIROs1w fur GENERAL ADVEI

PEWBACOLA. MARCH.


vance.
i- e


have been performed by the attor-
ne-y-general. amounting to $2.ifO. the
actual coat of conducting this branch
of the 'ta:e over:mt-r t during tLe
thre-- tern' of the. present incumbent
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2..m.~fl~d cla-' ruatzt r.
OvvzCIE; Pitt 14 2 dinot. u n. rs
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'T'HE NEWS PUELIZZHING CO2.


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Sbapmenra to i-4breign Ports are
Valued at 4370.5,25.
The.. cu-toni house records r-how
th~at a'ring last wee-k tinree 'steam
atud two )sail v-e=of an a:iro~ixie
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Old Penn Mutual Life Ins. Co

DAVID EDREHI r'-li "-


COTTAGE HILL CHAT.

UCoTTAoiE HILL.. March :;.-P.!
littlei~ettletnent turned out :ti i.
deleizAtiseu to wtnue-' zttUPcarnival a
P.- ushcola.
Mr. and Mrs. H-. Benn(-t'%,c- w'-#
and Thri--dty.
tuvr~.d to t eitr ntin-Iiiat A!-b>,. a'.
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the past three wihit.-rc i aa s-ur vti..s.2
went down to F'-Aaei rid--tv t,
,-pt-d a few wo-ek.;s-'ro- he return;' il

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Try them at D'Alem-
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HAM--at D'Alemberte's .. ,.,
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D)o' 7t buy aijtlhin4 i, 'arzaijn Furnitur. H..-.
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.li trsion Finch's stock.
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stock is complete, and they K:ya-.r L, AIli:anr,-
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tics, White Goods and Printed

| Fabrics, bought for Cash. We U

are in a position to make close i.

(:j prices just now; but owing to ('

fI the continued advance on all ["

(j kinds of Dry Goods we shall ;.

be compelled to advance our i,

1ij prices shortly.



Save Money


By Buying your :,'

4.> 0* Domestics Now.


Lonsdale Bleached Cotton .. 9c yard

Masonville Bleached Cotton 8'_.c yard *

:0-4 Sheeting, best brand 25c yard

11-4 Sheeting, best brand . 27c yard







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fleat .-zIib, nhiam.n i.. c rritations
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WIth 4 1 TICI(R.A S. 'Al'. ncle c- the' s-'-.rer


POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS.
For Upeprem-maatathe.
I hc-?--e-h win -Unce m- if ftf a-acandidate-
f-br R-F~i~'ccE~uachna County 1in
Zhi- I cgia2 t r-, te- f--ict to the l).-mcn raticc
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V-.r:ccs 1,v gentle arcocfltingrs w-:h ci TicicA, IFor Sheriff.
thec-gre~at skin cure and Tclmrw- t cf eC ll.ilinftS. tm-d addti o
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I'rc4..D~J ha k~ii*4 Baca~hc ~&, UVow-crClerk of Iwlie Circuit Court.
Ih.--, flrcoofn.c-e' mnyie-ifno. a candidate
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DURH M.ET y t em '17l'p o cN,-c icfceri i-l-Plel
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Forbes Store.


SCHOOh LOUSESe-


THE PEOPLE'S STORE,


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Schwartz,


Proprietor.


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IN IDWELL4ING FOYR RENT.
.\fO. e"-. c st sa-el t reel, 7roici-. 2 -
Noc. -E m-:ucit.hurch ertre-t, 5 to-00111%. I
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DOS- K- Ufatsop 0~


REAL ES
Rental and


TATE,


'NEW ARRIVALS!I-

O(u RR first announcement of New Artivals of Spring

Apparel. A generous assortment, large variety

of colors and styles to select from of Ladies' Waists.

We carry all kinds: the largest assortment in the

city of well known brands. Among them the famous
",rv/i';, /ih/i,'!.,i," famous for fit, style and finish-in


fact the Ixest fitting Waist in the land.


dealer or customer can den-.


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This fact no


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Insurance idea of our oicierins by a glance at our large ex, elusive


AGE NT-R
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TII F PAR~KERIt itt a )IN(.

it W III 0 er d iVa a c'I' on

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Afti. IL~- wyndewn t t K plciatn~nin'te

t.the' itt c(oresm r. wii, r, i N I:,,%
(hlic( 1-,z ow ICte-

O.r In- -Piri (1 t he flyevr propw ty i,
I:s- th' -.rter- I f I: ce~( t-
xwiic hvwillgrive- hill) a I'iiafccx -trvt-ct


friittje~ frturc- ir-t 11it-cu on~~ ii I -
It *i t-aidc-that :ikc i I- bu ilding, it th e1t

Mr. Parker xUA p hC:-thp am w;
the~ hnibl II &Le i-i b-ar Pit" ilerhthe-
pre icut liujenurfirs- ."a, fd ; it m t
bPsi in-killte' lih 'll a id t aki4 we 40I
& th- hii i )qile-dvh-at icda~eid
pide retyin th(forth cre-ac 11i(i.


hits godea il izlie tby r-&patc. ri -th
pr~tiiuzr--.to 0i-dimzpyand reullucct in)0-

--ItII *I I I eI e d V l-r-: aculnir#~l-d a! hulde-
widt reiw.-uPfor the uiirf. J 'ri-v I'en
Priltcog:,tc- weak arid nac!2.


To Ilefir<'.t <'oi, icn-augh Valley.
JoinNsr.ws, Pa. March 3.-An at-
tempt win soon be made to reforest a
large part of the Conenmaugh watershed
to prevent damage from freshets or a
possible repetition of the Johnstown
flood of 1,9, when 10,OO00.Ou in prop-
erty was carried away and nearly 5.000
lives lo.t. The region is peculiarly
liable to freshets, owing to its geologi.
cal character and the removal of its
tinib.,r, anti a- soon aq the weather per.
mits TI. VW. T-nmiey, government super-
luteuni-nt of tree planting, will Po-
ainute th-3 re!io(n and decide o:1 a plan
of re;oreatation.
NAV.L STuOl i MAlItKIKT.
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heretofore by reason of our Motto: "S1 1 Cmi .i> \I

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New
Arrivals'


SNArI aNewls
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Ladie .-nc Lot Odds and Endsz,
InL adi kirt, -Id 0eceo ti (ic-. (I t to) 10 Cfpe-t 'tl.,;k- ai ive.


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Seat c: t,, nF'erkdq Chautauqua now i;n- Session
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Without, Teachers would nb-t be much

worse off than School Children without


U BR ELLAS-S


in this country.


We've had in


mind


not only the large quantity needed, but the

kiMd. We've had made a special lot; nice, but


rough and ready.


Te Cmak-r was given a hint as to


who they were


"Ir and quality was not spared.-


NEXT WEEK _


We place on sale 50 Silk Skirt Waists,

tucked front and back, S6.50 value, all colors, this
sale at S4.98.

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Who is Rader?
He's the Laboring
Man's Friend. He will
sell you Furniture on
the easy payment plan.

Furniture at all Prices.
"Y- :r -f--llin: (iin)in rofomn table-
it bt:-r.all i pric.- : also -~t '-. bed-
-;prin-s. nattinti kitcheI n -afo-. and
kitche-i cab;in t-. witli bre-ad board-.
ts itl, -in It:tn-nil- and tableware-.
Seil ;ian( I -xaniile tciplic- at (. 1.


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OuIriagres-,Biqggies, Wngons LandI Ii-ay-i.

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lo scs --Carnations.
fl't.Lh 1 a2r,,. I P.-* r k (car.i1 1. rf
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ut.l i 'uju wait .
Carnation,, 75c per dozr,n. Dlvr!
Ame~rican Be3utieS S3.5.3 to $4.00 per dozen.Deeerd
All Othcr Roses V.50 to S1.75 per dozpn. to you.
IfuzP I"I ,,':.e ..MISS VIOLETTE MORENO.


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Jmack lc ,a' ..s a-llc'l:11.ai n-'Ihimia-
,i1a-ith ~a st~art. -1Iwleg your jiar-
d10n,. lm.ln' W''li'M'Ii. -1 'csjIlsan ANtat
no-alithing lI u htLintiarak-e'oreeia ll sparing
tat 11.13'4.7. WoIlfirhd-l I!U1a'S toa tec hung
mp E ke lahi- just when yaau'e wanNAtttl'
".Nv'v. '- i~m~.Old lman.'' sal the' 1ad-
jum UtYtt.''tai'. itinAle istitt I- li ew14''
.-r tires arnothe'r t'hot. 1-maair ruta'fl'
t-LOOet lug lj.1S 1la'-a'i 3D V3 aaetil'r
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dlier can lead 'em anywhere, they say."
"Yes, they'll follow him -with
bricks," said the lieutenant. "I was in
a ship once on the west coast that car-
ried a band. and the seedee boys asked
that all the instruments might Ie stop-
ped except the druin. A taste for mu-
*o- is natural to tlhrn. like curly hair.
lnvc ever,. t1o get lack to the charm.
l'l.- p- r 1)old inat-r. .x-!io tirnily 1e-
l:-.ve( i'i the tfl:if.. Iian d Ul praini,-e
to a- rry it. ...) I'v- k'1, t it in the
,,a,,: narI nsi it it as a i;)pe sti-pp,,r
evi STI'-a.
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FOR AN INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL.
Education of Poor White l oys to
lie l)lscuassed.
HiT -rsvII .I, Ala.. March 3.-The in.
tcreet that has been awakened in the
technical education of the poor white
to ys of the south has induced the offi-
ca.;s of the southern industrial conven-
t on to dev,'te one .iay < f the Chatta-
I: ) z.'a :e:-ting of tali,: oooy, to be heid
avy ;1. Next. to, the consiaer.tion of

It wi.l be sought to concentrate the
buiniese! sentiment of the so'utn on a
Fracta'al plan for the establihLtant of
a it :ii.olo(gial .Fchool ar sornie central
;..'ait nat will Ineet tie r- quirements of
it:( I, >,;er white cases ai the sourh in
,r 't'r a: better fit th:em to earn a living
in iid'utri:tl chrannei
Hn. 11 '..zk HIfcaell of A'a:ita and
lion. I;n 1' Hullnt ofI Hliuntv ':.e will be
asi:'-'i (o ic:.t I';.i- itiov,.X-tiel t un the
f, (.(r uoi "" ti- A Vt:lt1lu)l.


('Cri, br tfe.l e .T r AeW'tta'.
('(1 i '.:!;IA, S. ('., Narch 3 After a
:r;al ;ast;iig sX days C S Matthews,
L. B. Frici:, J J. Frick, P. Connor,
Jobn ,C(inur,. 1) J. Dehart and John
u :u:,r, aii prtmi-nent farmers of Lex-
in*-ton. were acquitted of the assasieua-
t:ou of Pa:rick Bowers, a wealthy land
owner, on July 14. last. The case was
senlia'tnal and tne public is not satis-
fied that justice has been done. Tne
tuen were neighbors and Bowers had
refused them certain concessions in
passing through his land. He was shot
from ambush. The dispensary closed
during the trial to prevent trouble. On
being reopened it was taken charge of
by the acquitted men, who "treated"
their supporters.
Negru's Slayer Acquitted.
Coi.-mrBI,. S. C., March S.-Conductor
F. IH. Hursey, who killed a negro on his
train at Pinewood two months ago,
about which there was nearly precipi-
tated a raoe war, has been acquitted.
Tno jury was unanimous before leaving
their seats. Tue plea was eel; defense.
When the negro was killed the towtc
marshal arrested Ifursey and the ne-
groes talked of lynching. He was be-
friended by whites at Pinewood and
then taken secretly to jail at Clarendon.
Negroes threatened to burn the town
and kill Hlor.ey.s friends. Fifty re.
peatiug rifles were rushed tothe whites,
while the nearby militia was kept under
arms. It was three days before quiet
was restored.


1Mrs. IRoosevelt In ('ubrt.
Nrw YoizK. March 3 -Mrs. Theodore
Roosevelt will start on Wednesday next
ior a trip to Cuba. She intends to make
a personal inspection of the homes, the
homeiife. the opportunities and condi-
ti.ns of the people and tospend a month
in her studies. Mrs. Roocevelt Will be
one of" the first Amuerican women to un-
dertake such an investigation and it is
not improbable that the results of her
observation will evantua!ly be commu.
nicated to the federal government. Not
alone because of her husband's promi.
nence, but because of her own individ-
ual efforts in behalf of humanitv. her
report wilt receive deliberate considera-.
tion.
Assnalted by N-ern Robber.
BIiT:MisNaAM. Ala March 3.-Charles
J. Knighton. a well known contractor,
was held up and assaulted by an on-
known negro at Seventh alley. Mr.
Knighton, who is a man of many years,
was unable to resist his assailant and
was thrown violently to the ground.
In the scuffle he succeeded in hiding
his money before the negro got it The
robber secured 25 cents and a watch
He then wilfully shot Mr. Knighton in
the leg. inflicting a painful, though not
dangerous wound. The robber made
his escape.
State Y. M. C. A. Meeting.
M ACON. March B.-The Young Men's
Christian association convention will
meet here on March 22 instead of March
l~. as was first announced.
For Over FIfty Years.
MRA. WiNHtLOW'S BOOTWTIN MYRUP hap
bh-en u"ed for over fifty year by nm!lions ol
n,,th-rs for their children whil.. testhhn<.
with pvrfct aucoesa. It sooth'-s the chlia d.
qoftens the gums. allay all pain.cures wind
coie. and tq the best rpijneady for Iliarrh-.tta.
it wilI relieve thtn poor little. tilT'reri .nI-
nrdliat-ly. Hold hy Iru;gi-t. It a.' -i
vart of the world. Twenty-v,- c,. 't- '-
tie. B i Tsur- and a-sk for 'Mr. 'Vi-.4r4,
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In rat of aoli, St-r linrg Si ver :a4id
HR.:a r'i Kniv
I;liyo iri wie one oftI ose
Sfuudsomne i rlor' xsiteit.
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T hey cumre in 48 hours the
same diseases without anyincon-
rvaience. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS


A (Child's Essay' on Seals.
After giving th, natural hiV.ory of
the naninls. a little s :rl drew hier
ii' ra I. "-It is -. -iV cri'lt ." s. al sl.e. "-to
kill s-ealt ji.:-t ; ..; u'e we want t.) vat:
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or money refunded. Contains
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--rother Eigh-Grade Whiskies.zz&

PROPRIETORS OF THE OFFICE SALOON.



H. H. WICKE.


Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter.

No. 6 South Palafox Street.
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Imported and Domestic Wines, LiQuors and Ciar.
JUG TR ADE A SPECIALTY.


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1Horme IntiainK on the Stnire.
In wi:i' ; i .s i.' t i 'r-ts 41) run at
full pwod. Ti'l y r''.i. I ih wtvr. not Ion
t!.-. l'S ed S:'*.IL,. l tr a 1 \.1 % .hat n asiy v I .
':i.; .r lI e1:-lli. 4 11: ll-. i:,;;'-I kk '-e- tIo he 1 orsa s
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tlip ('t I ;o ',"' lat 4t 1!;'," l In ia '. tlhe' Z'.aI''lale
vIora rer:alisltic : 1t al: h 'l s the iiecli:'.ii-
i'-r oi f l4? Tr'e: (*(t);;i'n'l't in ;11rt!. Ir" \\ yty ;'to :t to
tt.>' i.,'' t 1,'y 1 'i l ii. aild in opp#'- it:on
tip th,1 dir.- tin,,n ,1 f tL. 'horsr, s ;>!lil SO
h1le, n h t thI1-ir ,,'ppai r',' -! ',''el.
I to *0 ,.' "-' 1i1's ilt:i':le lvy tihe fr.i t-
f:ll- of I "-* 1 h,' to !;.'.n ArIl aI tlq III :!I
|):;sS i I iU'- a i ll:t > -liair st k .-a- th.iy
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fi'r lIre-'al lly rp\ Ilvi in a; : 1. yli!th'r \%% l :
1i ;s pi-',- t; ,i!l:i r f: oin ti ne' sIrf:i<'e.
"l'h.se pI,: 's ar, ;rrnt'a .>,rn llko the spurs
o;in a L.:n. l organ roll]a I. tao iilit:ltt trot-
tiln-. _,illoing; or wolkin;g wheti sriruck
a t ginst other substlStaniues. If the sound
of ai ca:rria ge is to lae alnIl'-l to Il'"
traminpliig of horses., wheels are run en
sain.-Cassell's MNagazine.


"1 think I would 10o aIr.ezy with
pain were it not tfor ('t',;tiii-rlain'!-
Pain Halm.' write. Mir. W H. S;;,-
pl-ton. Hf-rininie, Pa. "I have hoea-
afflicted with rhtiuati-in for several
year and h-ave trie-d rpein-di e- witlh-
,>ut numnbe-r, but Pain Ia:ilm i- the-
bec.t nle(dicinei I hav- 'ot hold a1of."
I For sale by Hainnah Bro-., "-' S. l'al-
afox street.
I will repair your watches and
jewelry in first-class style. J. I.
Stephelns.
Medical M4tciety. Atentiman.
There will be a regular mrne-tin', ,f
the Pensact'l'i Medi-ral So-'i t;' a'
th- BIoard of Hpa ti off ce at
a',,sok p. m. Tuesday, Ma;( e, : 1 aud
27: 'i.
Vi;-itinz phy.:ician4 are 'ordi:ill
invitAd t.) at'pend.
I). W. MCMIL.LAV. MT. D.,
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LW''.VE. dr-awv ur aawu .'i BiI-)f'4 charuce on (ireat BrItain. Irelurs
G ru' an:,-, l"v~zci.,Au'-trij. tItaly, .-W llawl'. kOpai, PA*Igiuvi. Rusahi, N
way, liwudeii. Dexruiark wid other European c.untries.

VWF'VPie1eii Dis;bnrged upou the, Most Favorable T-3:-rs, arid V- 7
Obligdtilorvs Tal-n lPayahle at 11ort of Do-t.tj;ation Ten or Fifteen
afte!' Voi,4,3eArrives there.

LW'Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent In Connection
writh which we have a Private Apartment for the Use
of Ren teir.


Telephone No. 147.


Cold Weather
Coming. .Snd ,
order-s and l.-t o- till your bin h-f.r--
cold -nap arrive%. We' will -erild y,.
LesNt notal y vu can procur- for elth.er it-
or he-ating purpos.a at r-'a itn l.atle pr -


DIompPsoP, Olser) 9 o
Ib'alers in

Coal and Wood.
SOfflcranil I ardl; 8. K Corrinr Z/r r. -
anid Rallroad Stra .-t.


McMillan Bros. Co.s


lCoppersmiths, !


General Metal Workers;

. ../IL, ( Mafacter f d Headqmarters fr e T


; Celebrated McMillan Seamless Turpentine Slill. !


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Agent,


PENSACOLA.
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Pensacola. F!i.


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ENGLAND FORGOT HERSELF.
The Fretnzy Over Ladlysnu:th's Relief
1N t', ipr'-ce-d'-it'd.
S.', ,, Marchn : -A dukedom for
Roberz; an darid..m for K..chener and
& peer.- f<,r 1,u .t t.:u 'ay the proph-
et: r..re tdv u'v t -:-. ui.attio If
on V.y til :ilirve. u. 1 wa'i .' (if euthbu:ai-
t I' : c.u. tl at m- *',"* r t.e c ",nn-
try t%'- wet-K, cjUi i.; : I rrt v1ypet e
I mant:eriil reward i-. L -i lo,,rt- an i
i.!- te.. w l-enes c: t:. ur \',ul:d all
Le l:.'w tiauu es it 'ra '..ts :
S- (,;i;nte tLat ha. ame l' ver Great
i' i ia,..,s War drea',i 1 :Iu ini1 i-t appre-
caited t ti t.e w:.'-w. :. ;..: u to- e
.,:.. z 'ur r:. nibh o: ulei'i t. 1 .n oloi-f
1. a -- au- telresiun uad s;:ai are now
flieo. a(in i;.'d to !.> eicats
I at certain exient it sr v. i' C ie un-
ti.tiat-ieritic of the Lr;ti-h race and
,ui:* put in the Phaie any deuiiustra-
nt'us tLat uc' urred in ine UuiCeai statess
ciu-in1- thte S panin-An.ericw war.
K liuer.ey was re.icved and :-.arcely
a si;r was notictabie In ttiit densely
1.opu.ated United K:ngiom. Lord Rb-
erta Ly exceiient strategy, caught Gen-
eral Crouje in a v.ce and anuihi.ated
himi, and the nation said we.ldone with
several degrees lesi fervor than it would
have made tue sauie remark had Eng-
land beaten Australia at cricket. The
tarriars of Britiah self restraint and re-
serve were not yet broken down.
L-fiysmith was relieved. Then came
the de-ire to punbc.:y exhibit rejoicing
.;h cculi no Il.nger be denied. The
ongi ca-callt list rasi.ed almo_>t uu-
neot;c.d Who cart-d or the dead ex-
cept Tt. s:nt; their praises: The intoxi-
cation of victory pervaid-4 the length
sni tb:e.idti of the ;auii. The cry of
(jr aT Ui itain's mnhtiary weakness the
r :lilies- .,f her army (rganizAtion and
n:.' ien:.tciliz acts of other powers was
I and tu.' tears of those who had
-..,:iz. w.iow. cr :kther'.esq x-'ause of
!;.- rt a: thin2og were only so much
:,. ., :uu'euse to the trinunihant war
-n wonder that the war is the sole
t,(;. ti fTe week. ?ninle of the deni )n-
btratl' 'i quite outdid those (of the per',c
p.e ,, It'ar. It takes an efort of im-
ag;Ina' U *o picture the mnidd'eclass
Enghlisi .rl marching lareheaded
thriiui'.. ieLe Treets. shouting and way-
ing 1i* .-. Int this is what occurred.
Abou' 1.1 .,' male and female students
of in he eninmgt,,n Art schools, ien in
overai.;, niached singing and cheering
to the AlbIrt Memorial anl thence to
Mr. .],se i Chamberiaiu's hoube, where
Mrs. Chaumberain emulingliy acknowl.
edged the ovation.
The ,ceneq after the 1,att'. cf Water-
loo. as descrbed by the writers of ti:at
day. we-re as nothing compared with
tlue 6cenee witnessed this week-


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OPERA HOUSE!

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March 6th.


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(I:tl(;INAI. ( OMI'A.\NY'
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Evrvtirg N w Bt lbc NIne'

ONE NIGHT ONLY!


Wednesday, Marc

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The Afdventure


*:- Of Lady Ursula.


MISS FlIANC 1E.S I.


IFor Sale.



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( kviicr 6one oldoft intanu-
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SCIENCE OF DREAMS.


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THE STONE OF GRATITUDE.
An Old Romnn LeweneI That T'reat.
of tile Topaz.
TI., le [iii z i .'; called t he iteot(-of grat-
itue],-. id 1the' liio i4lldN-in eoe't's record
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FIGHTING IN VENEZUELA.
Indications Are T'at the Struggle
Will Be Prolonged.
LA GUAYRA, Venezuela, March 3.-
It it believed here that the prospect for


a settlement of the revolution in Co.
lombia are poorer now than they have
been for some time. One of the most
recent reports is that President San
Clemente and his cabinet have aban-
doned Bogota and Anapoima and set-
tled in Teua, north of the capital.
This, however, is unconfirmed and
there are other reports from equally
trustworthy sources denying that Gen.
eral UriLe. wita his rebel army, is near
Logota.
A detachment of government troops
under Generai Palacio had a fierce en.
gaiement with a band of insurgents re-
(ently, at a place called Pijeo. about 20
miles from Barranquilla. Both sides
clanu the victory. It is said the insur.
gents lost over ,00 killed and wounded
and 180. were taken prisoners. Tue gr---.
eminent lost at least 16J men.

Needed In ie Iusiness.
"I've decidedd" said the didnitl'd old
Sr.:n. "'to let you have that ye)uei ltrite-
lh'y after all if you are positive that you
ca'::t te happy wv!l,out li;n."
"Olh. fatherr" the be'autifs:l ,:'\ cried,
*" dlou't l,!ivw ]leov !:'i'pyv yiou iaxe
I mnadie tie'! Now. I can se Ilie ;ate's ot'
* jparsalise o[eril in.tL lm )e.r, dair. g-o'i l,
Shi (iiea: .Let uie Ikiss you fieor thise
S'v.-it uoei't(s: t' f ly to lii:n anil t-ll liiiii the glrii lus
n vs. Hle will I.w so g!:I. \e s!h:ll1
4 all le so llhappI y n \. It seei s ;il::.)t
Slick .e a :.ve vly lr i :: 1 (c;I !::irdl!y Ie.-
lie ve t'iit 1 :ir'i :I' : ; i ': I;It., tell li ,
, \ livh: l,:i : ii:i t.' u e'l,:ins e .r i:;r n., :; i
V r1-i ti' i'.1 x l 'e i I tr'<1 l t4 ) pI l :'. l '1 r
* hi'.i yo :li -l:.l yI im \vx ,iii;M Ilt'\4 l r ;n-'rts
ii.. I II i*h e h 'l o l ;t :!ii5 ,. I' l \
i h::. I.. ,. I lh10 llt,'-f wxc:-'! in l tl-ei-e t
limy ln ;rt \' tat hl:is lhai e[e'i-.l. fa'tlher.,
t" 1:1:. !.e' x rrele'ri '
e' !. i- hl er l o!: .ily : ; l t'. ,ri, ., it,.
tc.;"-4 i'l t. e'xs r' l:'e i ll.
1 ,'t !'- ;1 l; I:; l !' I:; tie' < f rK *'.er' \vler''
a .. i ":i l 1 l:: i a :il i, e t I ne.!t,
* ii I 't' l:il!,lly sw4 ii' '. ily v lixy teis ilt-s
t- 'i:i. to s itll'f i l"- ,li.' cl o i'in -e -
i lers i'l.


Afraid to Bid.
.it ilan au i,'1n -1 il.t' of lii-('t4 !lanie'lu5
Loi .1-i "it a ci' tll'stiy s il- 1 t1 :lt 11l'i ul ti('er
S t.; il up a i sl:('zy rnlle of fairly goo-.
SI l'll i'y. An l ,,I1 ft irll r" ill-pe' te' It
cl,,'sfly, s,.,ee:'irl to tl.);.k lI l're' \xs'is a
le;i i ;ai i in it. ain l y-tlie lh n 'iul;thk d t
bik1.
"'r'link it c!henap?" asked the auctioin-
eer. (ir- iig a 1it ct1nct bidl.
"Ye's. kinider," was the reply.
"Then 1 whiy don't you bid and get It?"
"Waal, I've bought heaps o' thiuns In
dry goods and so on," slowly rejoined
the old mnari, "and I never yet took
ornme anything that the old woman
thought was worth the price. If I get
that 'ere robe for even 15 cents, she'd
grab it up, pull at one end, chaw on a
corner and call out: 'Cheated again!
More'n half cotton!' That's the reason
I dasn't bid."-Ohio State Journal.
DAILY MARKET REPORTS.
COTTON.


Nlw YORK. March :L
January ............
February.....
M arch.. .............
A pril ........
May..
June.. ............
July .
A ugust ..... .... .......
September.... ....
O ctober...... .........
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Dece mber .


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GRAIN AND PROVISIONS.
C'HIC'AGO, 'lire.h 3. OPILN CLOSE
WHEl~A- Ni-%ar Ii t64-,
N% IMiAT-JUIV tw.


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Chinese and Japanese
-Fancy Goods,-z*-X
FINE CHINA TEAS.
N~.3t Sqmcth iPalar -% Strout,


1'\- ~ 'i..FLA ~


Delmonico Hotel and Restaurant


IIXX.od.1'J1'.dL X 303EItC0., Cj(c5if11Agexxtm.


S. A. FRIEDIMA, ProIi

AGENTS FOR


High-Grade


Liquors.


slI.\' IMMO~0N. I'LIV \ ilKF' 4T'l'1BEN., lli ,' .M\i

'-T)*.1 ( NY'S I'R: I'TOLD: 'IO 0" SILK lV N

'I O'F)NAZI IN''.ION'.
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lW T\l i:ire-'tt :idl lI;'-t Se .e-tel Str. -k ef l f ::i. 'A -kv >:i
W ine for FaliUly I' .
THE JUG TRADE IS OUR MAIN SPECIALTY.
I 'Al .so \ Aient f,,r It'.,. -',i'ni I'.tl-t M ilw tiukee 1;, r. ,''. I). li
rvy to ev-rvy 'art ,f ,!., city.


P. o. Ieex 11i,


PENS-ACOL1A. IFLA.


- -.TH- B F=E


ALLIGA TOR


SALOON


,- )OPPOSITE UNION DEPOT.,=--


W. C. NORMAN, Proprietor.


Telephone No. 46.
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-:HTE C :iCEST AND MOST POPULAR BRANDS OF-:>-'


WI ,I F II w, LIAiUm, COOU LI,

:) BEERS, ETC., ::-

In W003 AN3 GLASS, LARGE OR SMALL QlklHITIE'.


SOLE AiGNTS FOR


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ATIL.A N'AItA It K WVI N 0 () N? P1A NY -4


SOMETHING NEW


-SEVERY DAY-


HALL & KLEIN'S


Mammoth Retail Grocery,

502-504 SOUTH PALAFOX ST-,
ToI lol1>rhone 330.






A. M. AVERY,
(smooseomr s de s 4 otwow .)
IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF

3&ardrware.


ALL ORDES SERVED ON SHORT NOTICE Iron, Nails, Axes, Shovels, Saw Mill and Mteamboat uppile.., Cooking
AT ANY TIME AT REASONABLE PRICES. and Heating Stoves, Paint, Oils and Window Glass,

-:) ooms for Ren by heDay, ek or Month. Agate and Tinware and Housefurnishing Goods.
31V, 312 North Tarragona Streat, Opposite Union Dspct. OGn, Pistols and Fishing Tackle.
O-Teiephone 68.-0 AGENT for Birmingham Rolling Mills Company, -' O Giant
---.GEO. WILSON & CO.,-:.<-- Stitched Belting, Northampton Emery Wheel Company, Laftln 6 Rand
Don't Forget to Stop With the Fat Man Powder Company, Johnson's Kalsomine, Iron Klag and Ruck- tveP
n..... ,..n.. ..............-....... ...... .. and Range-, Wm. Coups &Co.'s Raw Hide Lace Leather. Masurv'. R.ad.


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Mit. WILLIAM


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8 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, MARCH 5, 1900.


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Vlcn's. Ladies'. Misses*
Children's at reduced
p:ics .


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SPRING


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We are prepared to welcome our
Snhome and visiting people to see our
Spring Line which we are recei:r-:
:-j rapidly.
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most tasty line of Ladies' Shirt Waists
in all colors and prices.


Our Stock is Iinuis


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makes our Success.
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Uniform Title: Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: March 5, 1900
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DAILY


NEWS.


VOL 30.


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 5, 1900.


PENSACOLA has a Depth of 33 Feet of Water in the Channel at the Entrance of the Harbor.


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BOLD ROBBER CONFESSES.
Makes a Clean IBreast of Numerous
Crooked iDeeds.
ATLANTA. March 3 -John IL Soock,
Jr. the social highwayman, who con-
fessed to the itmball hotel robbery.
proves upon h:s own statmint, to be
a professional crook.
During the ptst few years he has led
a double life, at different times bteahng
*unis of money and diamonds from his
business associates.
The Kimball robbery, however, was
the most daring of all. occurring in
broad daylight. Telling of the crime
behind the bars he said:
"When I saw the money I just
couldn't help taking it. My wife
needed it I went to the telephone in
Palmer's drug store and asked for Cave.
When he went to the telephone I pried
open the spring lock with my pocket-
knite and took the money."
D)"tective Looney, who was employed
uipon toe .ase, went at once to Soock's
re.idencee and charged hini with the
thft Soo -k deniedd at first having any
c< nuection with it. but finally confessed.
a'ld agreed, under promises of escaping
oro-ecution, to r1oturn the money. lie
went iito the nose ind brought out a
Sric'a e. 'Iuis was given to Manager
> ,V:. e aui :t proved to contain ex-
.,t:4v t'e aim unt stolen. Tnere were
-h.n.,- :,, tue amount of $1.04') 26 and
4.7 in cis in the tiackage
'-,'ok say- tatt he wa:;'d for nc op-
; rtu~nity aLl then %eut to the te'e-
"n-ot..e in I 1 ifler'- drugstore and called
t'.Af-tr L'av,, ' Uonl telug" a-sa red
;Lait he wtu.u be teut i' r. Sock re-
turn-I! to tthe etitrjnte, 'A hre he saw
r *e- >:.Ve. 2..'4 I tti'e It was but
.: ,.. v. rk ,. .i i c,:ni nt t t-, p ir-i,.e.
,.j-ni it. ..':ng :cck wiIh ti e t..aue .,f
- i. :A-i:e aul1 .,9 LL,: e miner. lie wcnt
w,. i .-: :. ..O to .i,- honne andi divided
:;e c(:":-s ;.it3 a sp.arat'- pat.a- ge, in-
Ten iill t<* return tteiit 10 iie K:mballi
an A k"-, tm m m.-'Ly.
iie.re tie c'n a oo tlL.a. i:owever, he
waJi 4tn14r,)e,'cd Th tLu de-'"etire aud
'.,re way and c .L:esased to the detd.
t, u o :et la nt a c i l.drl' sf.
FI't:.. VAI.: p'. Ga. March 2; A
schet.i-l of several small boys. .ons of
prominent aii lt's. toi burn Grady in-
ttituto was ,i:fcovered in time to be
nipped in the tud by Night Marshal
Newel.. TLe names of the boys have
not been made public.


IN NO BIG HURRY


MACHINISTS' STRIKE


FOR RECIPROCITY NEAR A COMPROMISE


United States Is Not Urging Chicago Difficulties Will Be


th;e Ge:-r~ir.n ZNegotiations.


Amiably Adjusted.


(ER'ANY TY ~ YT READY AFFECTED CHICAGO ONLY


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'.' :;" ,r ,t lMarc.h \ -- : Ni' :ech-
..: ;;** 1 1 li. 1.4 :1: A. .1 :3 is .rc;'y tre..ty
:; '. t :" .eaG :.a.l Ger.
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i i '. t ::.- L'e.'L ac ol3C7lI,.+.LI in t111'.
i '" n 'tiIe the ioparturo of the
.-* r.:;.11: a;;:; a saii r. Herr v. IIo a-
SL; :, r u ru.aiiy :;:v i:at summer.
I ::I-i 1 ,, lediposition on the part of
i!l !thi2.. s .)f the uLtat department to
.,: ).rais-- the German government; b)y
.it1 i:;,-ist-nce at this time upon an ac-
vpr '.cu ion of the negotiations.
:;.:,.o tar trotu satisfactory, the ex-
.'-;iig .(.uld:iouitof tued American export
tr.iae 'i ti Germany can, it is believed
t,v the ctlic.als, be tolerated for a short
titus.
'hse officials are hopeful that the time
wi 1 be abort, resting their belief not
u'on any direct assurances from the
German autnorities, but rather upon
reports ot the pohtical situation in Ger-
many.
It 1. understood that when the Ger-
man government has secured what it
reigdi as certain essential of legisla-
:ti>n Iron the reichstag, it will be in
better condition than it is at preeasnt to
meet the expectatluns of the United

At any r-te, it is a conviction of this
k:n'l that nae inspr-e4 the United States
government to avoid any urgent repre-
se'ntaions connected with the reci-
prciry necotaianons at this stage.
1 There is perhaps another reason for
the negative course taken by our gov-
ernment. This ls a desire to learn just
what effect the ratification by the
United States senate of the pending
French recitrocity treaty would have
upon the Ge-rman government.
It is said here that as the French
treaty gives rreferential rates to many
articles which figure largely in the list
-,f German e-orra t tc hi, Urited States
the effect of tme practical applihoation of
the -'rrnch treaty would be to confer
upon Fraicty all that hare of the Amor-
c tu in.ir!:er now occupied by Germany.
"-4 .ivov this important trade to her
rn:n-ft':urer'. Grmr.any must secure
a e-m.i..ar recIpro'-lty treaty. and this
can'i niy be securedl by an abatement
of tii" restrictionusupon Amierican ltmeats
aud other products.
Thus by natural laws of commerce, it
:s conceived by the officials that we
may bs al'. to avoid a recourse to the
powers lodged in the president, of pro-
nibitioai of trade with a nation that dis.
criminates against the United States.
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.st 1 truly I o)0!i fi, ital i:i t II, r. w h.1
:*!.-S.;iringti!n'o r li-f' t "h- tri l-
ntI p--rfect rini y, Sy'ru p ,'f i "i '-.
u(iy 'thei g.1ntui-. .latinfavtuired by
'!, ilif<,'rnia Fi Sy, y up Co. o1il, .
,.',J for 'aleI by ;Ill dri i i-t-, at .I
l'-' per blo tlt .

BUTLER OPPOSED TO DATE.
C('halrllila of N SitN1tal Poplilists SMy'

l)1enaourat(n Are S-chhnliiug.
l.ti i-(ii. March ?.-Senator But'er.
natounal I'oplist chairman, in an ei-.
tonal in his paper here says:
--It was well known that Mr. Eryan
favoreJ an early date for the naMonal
Der'm-ratic convention. The date fixed
io rti'e latest on which any national con.
vent:on has been held in n any years.
The action of the committee is no uoubt
a surprise to the public.
"i'he national ccmmitteeman from
N.-uraLks, Chairman Jnes ani others
known to be closest to IBrvan. favored
a date not inter than June ti. It is ciear
ti-ti the purpose of thi,,e who wanted a
late (late was to try t ti',u t. twoen the Drinocra:h. Populisat
anu, liver Republi.-a:is on :yau. We
predict that rt'e ,'ouvtntiou, in .spIte of
tne**- schemes, will declare I,; nA.a:uio-i
Lilous co-operation. "


Suicide l -or I..-K .If i' ur>ds.
I! T i'!:\(i- Ark., Mirch 3 -Joseph
S. muwrt, a woi kuIown druggist, walked
i;;o a drugstcre lab: nigLt and helped
h'nself to a largo quantity of morphine.
Hie 'wAaliowepi 2 ou"cCs o1 tae drug and
died *in half an h .ur. S mbert w.Ls
w.t4.1 ( frto.i ,:-,,rinn where ih s parents are
w t 1 : :- -..iit ('o '-bert w5-J le-
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I.:,'I."% ;; m i.. wi-re :* u c. nl::eie tc
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i. "- l'",I .: i < 7,,.r .' :* --J. R .
..tw -tat:.:,u a. n: :z ir :" jeor.
i .t ;.'." rz' ;.iUai l :For.Js] ra:.ruid. is
;.-., : .: .a.w h iai :inm,.rrjhagj *
. 4 ,' ',..' lu tle afternoon. A
.- ; dr(ve u> to tue de-ptt to carry h;mn
:o :".t- :w)'t. an'i i.e said to tue doctor
n.it u' c'oa.i- I:c: g un-i. h i train cAmUe
t .' : o',-.: k. A:;-r meeting the train
ie locked tme docr and was driven to
the hotel, where he died in a short time.
B lo -tin: aft-- **.;.ti.: iH ,li 'I -tioI.
tiatu'.o lic -r wait r br: -l,. 1:r'iv ,.'
lquic ly I ',*c'ttrtzl !'r i *tl .- u-,. Of
PHI KI.V A-!II lIi'r It stre-a"- -
ens die~ption, cl,.anses :and r,-u .,.T-'
the bowel,. Sold by HannaL B:o-'.


Is4 1.Llo4k'4i r' i. '-r-ly A-% a Trot of
tIII t 1rit ";ti h of thtq 31,tct*ii,.9st'
tLsacoam- C4 :..c..rnaccoArristza.d lBe-
tI et 'AeI niai'0ye asiedStrilker5.


CPF 'uA4:., March .--Until the strike
of the UUIon ;ua,;4:uisas in CiLucago shail
begin to she r4suits one way or ti:e
bther, the aniditations today wore that
r.n:oa o inucii;n:-s wtii not be ordered
out :n other cites and the strike ,.iil be
crmoniod. .: t,.r as possb.le to that trade
alone in Caieago.
Pros:-Ieat James O'Conue'l of the ln-
teruational AsSoLiiition of tMachinists
will go o Columnbus, 0 the tirit of the
week in rep',nse to a telegram stating,
that a confe-ence had been arranged
between the strAking machinists and
their employers and expressed himself
as confident that the strike in that city
wouid be sealed am.cably in a short
time.
T'The strike in Chicago is looked upon
as a test of he strength of the union by
the labor lelers and unions affiltased
with the Matrrial Trades Council. which
yesterday resolved to support the ma-
chinirts to the ead. will not be ordered
out unless conditions demand it.
A meeting of the execu.ve committee
of the Maonumists' union was he.d to-
day to mni:p out a p!an of campaign and
to arrange for funds for carrying on the
strike to a u'cessful conclusion.
A nuthl) r o: small firms not afi iaeod
with tho Mauufactureri' assoc.atiou,
signed bhe unicn scale during the day
and the man were told to report for
work. Sa far. however, there aro no
sig ', of yi-l,.inug by the Manufacturers'
aseociatton.
Trn sbte at the Deering harvester
work. whicii was rxpccted to involve
several huntirel of tne ewioloyes, has
not so far iuater,:alized. According to
the Deering oflici.lis no: over '20 ma-
chinists have quit wor;.


TO SAVE FROM LYNCHING.
q;.u-et groes T"uk'n Fromn 'a'.-
In lrt-g to Aniotslou.
I;t:,INuHAt.. A'a, March :3.-Six re-
groes charged with murJer were
brought to the Jeff-rson county jail
Lore :rom Taliadoga yesterday to ave
tilomn from lynching. Tuey were E.-
lert ('utry. Sarm Gray. William Hard-
Lu't a:id Wade llariiintt who were
arrested .nu (u:ry's coatt-es-'';' for the
murder nf Pink Dobi,': can ,.l .iar!ner,
who was ho'cnered to death on toe out-
F.ki:ts ot Tuloade,a for hL. money, and
Nathan %agland and George Calhoun,
who had been in jil several mouths,.
charged %vi:h other murders.
Sbortiy lbfore midnight the sheriff
learned that a b.g mob bad been formed
and vias moving on tue jaii for the
avowed purpose of lynching every mur-
derer in it. sex in number. He accord-
ingly organized a force of deputies,
hustled the imurderern out the back
way, chartered a special train and hur.
ried away with them for Birmingham.
Learning this the mob members who
reached the jail just as the special train
left the depot discharged their guns and
dispersed.
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS.
National ('onventton Called to Meet
In Pittsbur:.
PITT-r.tna. March 3 -A call for a
convention of ail the electrical contrao-
tors in the United States, to be held in
this city on March ti, had been issued
by the Pittsburg Electrical Contractors
association. The object of the conven-
tion Is to take some defensive action
consequent upon the combination of the
electrical supply houses and the proba-
ble advancing of prices on material.
There are in the United States over
4.000 electrical contractors who are
rated by thi commercial agencies at
#20,000 and over. Fully 1,000 of these
are expected to attend the convention
to be held here and an effort will be
made to form a national organization.

S4ouilherni Itailw.y's EIarn'ngp.
Loisvl..l., Marcu 3 -The Son hern
cas made a statement of its earumnge
and expenses for the month of January
mud for the seven months from July i
to Jan ;I. (iross earnings fur January
were ;.,(:12(. an increase of $-7.;,;,
over the same month last year; net
earnings $; :.3Jl, an increase of 59t.-
40..:. For tue seven monthfe gross earn-
ing4 have bean $ 8,32.1t;., an increase
uf 2J.0 !:;; net earnings (, 167,iL01,
an increase of '".47,":'*3.




OSTETTER' "s
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CELE-RATED


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BRLAF IVIt, PARTY TIES,


Hard Lines For the Congress-
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lit \ V. : :tn r li' te r litinlUted.
".''iidl i 'l t,',fl Stat.Ii" -ie l ai or in thi*
(,thr ,il.- II.t i;thi::lit th.r i urt woulhl
I' it". '* >< ifflta roti a o-,n ator n aso-
iatptil l wtitih hin to mulak a friinial mo-
tion i '- i itt iis Ihlt Iil e h 'y M.11r. H teed.
This s.'nati;ir tt who heu np called de-
1urre-l t itirt. saying any one touhl'
ask for a writ. lint the omit.sh attor-
ney persisted. :iaitl th*f senator made
the motion. .\ few Ilnys later he re-
velv.d a tche'ck for 14)'.' to pay for th*"s
service Thes,. l dnwyr. lo not work,
for nom'ing:" AnIt nV. W '.x. I
W- htaveo uaved many doctor bill
iirc. we, began using (Cha.in. rlain'.
C('ugh ITrnidy in our hmi-ent. W'
ke-vp:s bottle open all the tirle and
whietUtnevelr ay of miy faltily ot r my-
-glaf (Ihginy to )tecli Atln!ia w. bgKinll to
ia-. t!h C'ouwh ltlRemedy. andtl is :a re-
-tilt wb I'Ver have too *id away for
t (do trr : l i inc r a lor;t: doctor
)ill, for ('t,; il, rlait' (' ,,i Ih RIem -
"*tiy t. vt.r fnll[- to ciir,. It i- cer-
t.-.inly ":t in di'ito, f cr,;at ui,-rit and
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Mnl ,-rchIanti ,ti arit r. .T M itt Red-
itrdt voitunt'y. |'Ia. F.r t-,;isl Iy HIlin-
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FOURTEEN-STORY BUILDING.
Atlanta to Have a New Skyseraper
Erected Soon.
AMILANTA, March 3 -President T.
JeflersoL Coolidge, Jr., of the O'd Col-
ony Trust company of foston is spend-
ing a few dayis in Atlanta and isaccom-
panied by Samuel C'arr of lcaton.
Mr Colidge is oae of thl largess
stoclkhoildrs i the Tftn. Th imasVtills
and (;ilf rai:roi, vow leinjr con-
structel t-,etw-,n 1 I:t,. n :In' Tuo-mas-
vite. MNr li fI. A.L:us n 's. re sdoon
of tue road.
Mr. ("onoidgo wil' shortly niti;ernt t s t:rvy ti,:e puile.ing at the
vorter f l;road an;>r M.:rietts .stre tes.
It tli iL) kuown a r(nuo lEmpire build-

Mir ("''oin ,:. staei tL.:t at n oo.n as
the JE'iuptro b ithiit a% <.4,;ins'ructed
he would pi.otabiy teL n thi t oarirncr-
tirton of .oter' er Lig .rtue sTrnctrnr i
Atlanta lIN has airealIy urt -hasedthe
propertv ou which it a probable the
<,ntern:)'ated 1 truc'tre wt.l I e boilt.
Jr r (',o lid;e i iihuiii.ltt, i la in
,tarieS of Atlanta
N w I Il s.s.IsIh..I iiulhlting .
IuIIt:Mi'I \ A:a. A March 3.-Th. r-
purt of the ('hiet .ft fire department for
the month of February shows that per.
nites for thii Prection of new building
in Birminguam we-re issued iast mouat
to tho amurant of $:'.,.34') The large.c
,,f thpieso was tor a buniLding of a new
freight de;,ot for the L',uiqvilie and
Nasuviile railroad, valued at $12.000.
1H4rrisnn Oilp @sei the 11111.
IrIiA'; \Po i,'s. March 3 -In response
to the question whether be had. as re-
ported in conversation with friends, ex-
pressed an opinion adverse to the Porto
Rican bill. General Harrison today smid:
"Yes, I regard the bill as a most sem'-
onu departure from the right principles."


lie FmI-'oled tiee Surgon.,
All dw-tor- t l Ih nirck if iumilton.
of W '-t Jetffe-r-,on. 4 :if',er -i et-ring
I monrth-, fronims It 'sI I l-tihla. he
wo' il d isc ii -'- it c .-ly r.ii n
wa p -rfl r e -II "; -I t 1.- < ,,',1 hilml-
-flf w ith fiv- *. ...x- t kl 'i'4
.\rnica Salve. ti,** -tir* ** lI'il.- e ireo fi
I:arth,. at l ti L -: .t.-*.- In th.e
W ,ril)d. 2", -c' t- ;i .,x. S<. 1 -byv W .
A >'A !- it :** I -i-


Who is Rader?

HI;'s is the Furniture
Man.

DURHAM Cigars have
no equal. For sale at
D'Alemterta'- .

Your Credit is Good
I-',r ii,"ytiiir g. itr e,< ir *,.i-. \ ef ';v a; 1h r..s .i--, 'rtii'r- t ,l .," -. };*-4|
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! B.,r; -in IFuri.. ur,. }l.ti-.

HaIve YourPAintin.
and Papr Hanging (deo ,ti vy tip-',o-
date people. in an up-tie-di.. ,tvt lp,
by patrr nizing J. E. Roe. & (;,,.. N,.
11 N. Palafox. Ph,ne .i "if-if


FT


NO. 26.


Makes the food more delicious and wholesome
MOcVL SANl .I POwOFR CO.. ft v0 ...


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, MARCH 5, 1900.


EKDOPWYMEN'T OFFICE.
Ring U- ;3S2 ar call Ht the office.
11 ZSorth Palaf-ix !-trea-t, whpn in
used of. a ri n.r. It. 1. Hfffman.
Bmwineom-iA~z--'tt ,f th' ('ai .nter*-
and Joiiiaer!.EU i~I -. will f ur,- h you
with tie d--jiied !.. lp )ui -Lt~rt no-
t ice@. ,5f


GAS


RANGES


WE)


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All Connected
Ready for Use
for...


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To those new comers
just setting up house-
keeping these Ranges
are just the thing.


Call and Examine
them or drop us a card
and we will call on you.


BUhg Sit Ul ca Til .


P[ISO A GIS (0,


No. 3 S. Palafox Street.



James H udies'


Boiler Uforks


Steamboat and Sawmill


Work a Specialty.


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THE HEINE ACADEMY CF MUS!C, .i "
N .. N 'r! i'r 11, r '
MISS EVELENE M. HEINE. Pr.n:mo.i. CASTO R IA
MISS IDA PI(G(;IO. A ... Fr Infants and Childre..
i... 1 e .''' -. i : ; The Kind You Have Always Bought L


Beat Patent Flo-or.
Our T 1 "I / L" '1(1
Patent /fI's /1,71,)'" It 11,!

Inlill.
Ford, 'le Y. :, .., f
(lhe biest P ,-, -i r'pi 4 I'Fowl 0/i
the lflarA'c/.
.411 1N(l'.'ii, /tH..

sal~e lub*y Xi cw "lans Gm;-
cery LCo.
'U.s. .1uwu[tir.
PhLone 10-5. IPro/)ri'cl/0,'.

C CESTER'S Cftr.4_SM1
~IIYI!9ALPILLS

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WEARY CF LANDLORDISM.
Bold Utterances by Prominent Irish
Nrvwpaper.
LoaN>'s, March 8 -Tue recent mor-
ler c" a lana agent and magistrate,
named Bird. at Iintry, though :aii.ng
to attract gen-ral iu;erer, i. -Le.d by
the LU t-er vi'orme. i to un :icat- a --Tri,-u
tond:tion of Irisa affairs.
Tne S:aniaard, ccrimerntin^ on the
affair, draws attu(ntou to the fac: that
Mr. Wi.hamn O' Lrien, oniv a few tdays
before the mur.iar, luaugLrale'i a *ranch
of the United Irish lvazuoe, urging his
audienuc to "'get rid (f .aud.ori.-ni"
and re-ferret ena'ha-asticalivy :o th ex-
ample of the lBars *whz took down
their guns "
The Standard denies the ins:nnation
that Mr. O'Brien or the league actually
instigated tlhe mur !er. but it compares
Wie occurrence to the course of the old
land league. whose ious:eprs Mr. Giad-
sttone dec::tred were "dogged with
cr.me." It urges Mr Bal'our, the chief
secretary for Ireland, to reconsider his
refusal to put the united league under
the banu of toe crimes act, saying:
"Sterner mieasures are now necessary.
The sentiments of tue Irisn in par.ia-
ment do not matter so much. What
they say on the hills.de is of serious
impo tlance."


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Hit1 MIDII Itl 0RIMAI JTOR (0.
ATLANTA. t6A.


BRITON~'J At".DI 3C ER.



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Bean the Thme Kind You Har, AiWays E,-vItt
signatwo 1

VIAMILI). AND) GULF' LAND) CO.
A \ 1IilfltiIl, ofait tle 'ai k a .i. 4,fa
t I #- lori 1a and 0 (hlf 1,;ji(1 (I c,?2, iI I ), 'N
wjill b.a. liteJd atk the' afliv, (.f ti vo'lii-
pally i ithiii-city. t f !Mar(. T hi~.
S l (Al.JW, at 12 ii(l4IVk ri44ti.
1-. 1;. 1%N.


FOR STEAM IPivIlti N
I'ENSACOL.1 EiECTIC i C I'N32 IN A I
RIAILaWAY C MAV
Trains le-ave Pens~aoholaf, r tth-.# 2ti
HAY()u, P'almetto Ba-ach. Wikir~ri~ta)1, _Nw4
Yard uiL12 lort Harraracas at
0:'4:I a.in. :aarrive at F~ort Pat rancaq 7:215 x.I,
I' ''I a.tni.arrive at Iort Banri Pmcwit J, 14' 1.T
!op.m. amy. *at lFort Parr:ttia..a. 2 4.% 1,
S1. 1 tit. Irri% o tt I-it 1C. .'.?r .'c Iw
ei;:. p. mo. &-rive at i'o: t ,.a7t, .1
-,':- p in. a. rivt' attz ort P.1%rrwx to i %; 4.-) p Ir
Tinamn It' vo Fort lBaz n~i..as To.: Jlens.
'la Rat
74 a. m. rrivt at lPens "''', Y 6:'. ") f. IT
:10 :IP. Tn. arrive oat lJi'jjt' i.-, 4o' p iII
I I' P. in. -irrive at I V#-%-s .4 w P. 1'
14,1 In W P- 14. l'* 1 w f, 1;. .'fIiM
7:.aip. n.#trr; i'a; i. P -,-v .4.0U it.
*4 t p n.ftrri% **a'l'.Y."i....;; iT
I :t, LIl tt taTI-iy
MUN"DAY .HT "
Ia.&Vi P~~ac~aLV t1 cL; Fat -tncas
9 1.ifM.
1% iM. 4.
11. T..piV .
P. M
4 P.M p Tn.
6 P.M. TP. .1
FARE Ft-ita4FEK hA' '-
llo-niasents to F"ort BabrriarrcA- M.-tu'~arn 4-.,
I""n-rcola to Naty Yard aiul in- ,i
i'a-nb&5C0114 to PaiiawttO II. a.'i a:,J rv~ui'n _5
PARR FOic MONDAY
Pensacols to .1.-t HArrancap Nary
I ard and return .....
Pthnsacola to Paslmetto i a'ar-d
rea m - -_ -- --.,-.- -
No freight i .....iva-d after.'. Titn


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Place For Pensacola
Buyers to Buy

Choice Family


6iEN ER1A INSlUR C GROCERIES


-ND-

Real Estate Agents,
PENRI COI.A. LA.
REPRESENT TWENTY-T'' OiF THF
IF.AIINOi FIRF. LIF F. NARINF.,
ACCIDENT. Fl I)EFIIT'Y. !'I.A'IT
(4I.ASS, AND PTFAM BiOILE .IN-
r-UKAN(CE U'OMIPA.IFR. .......


Il cral


A mran -
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S~~cty 0
FS~:t.


-i-- AT-
The Well-Known,


Up-to-Date


Store


--HEN- -.,

fE$TZ & CO.,


.-120-122-.::


E. Government Street.


*SHERLOCK HOLMES, JR.
2%he Wonderful l)ednct1'an% of a
Great C4Iaicn;;o %Ieaat .






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Any one ctwultdl4141 '.'' lih. It's
Is fz-,-n111-f Iituii'ky.'
"\VIat 2fi-nt1,c-4412thinlk so,"
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1whit'a .1m ulo i .4
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:gnt (I!I'r lI

Do You Ifa1.



sTo Be Pn Cre ttyaisa







ATTENTION, bUtHES I


Are you sunbu
reddened by heat.
-is your comply
bad?
We've got the
thing for you:


HOLD INTERSTATE FAIRS.
Atlanta's l.xpuiltiona ul!dlong Will
Hle Prtberved.
AT.ANTA. Marti 8 -At an enthusi-
astic meeting of a number of business
men to discuss the advisability of de-
rmolishing the old exposition buildings,
owned by the At!anta Amusement com-
pany. the following resolution was in-
trounced by .nJaneo W. English. Jr.:
-Resolved, Teat the board of direc-
torse of this company ibe autboriz:d and
requested to confer with a committee
of business men, including T. H. Mar-
tin, and endeavor to effect plans for an
annual interstate fair in Atlanta. the
first fair to be held this fall. Also that
the Luoiness Men's lasiue, the cham-
ber of commerce and the Retail Grocers'
association be requested to co-operate
in the movement."
This resolution was adopted with en.
thusiasm and each member present at
the meeting pledged hime.f in active
suopuort l the p.an.
GLEANINGS.



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IN.F.GOZ UZ C., ro. s


u!wurI-r,,..
CHOICIMEAL .D PURGROUN



VGrist .and Cn %), 1tea1t M&;f&dis
M. ~kF.-('NZrEREZ & CO.,HProp1


ry. .N : r,'-T.... ; .-N -,1,!r 1, tia rdiji:x
arid you in t'ir;i art~.n r.: v I'


lrned,
florid
exion


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for InfantS and Children.
CastoriI Ii-4%IaIharmnless ii'i -ztitlute 1A4.r 4;to1r Oil. 1'Paar,-
gore, IDrops and soo%~4tIZII" Svrup-i. It 1%i' le.;iant. V
conltalinlsneither 0Opiuma. Iforphinie' i.r ot her Narvot4-
su.Ibstanace. It 4Iestroy-I Worims ndaiil aiy-4~.iIl~'-
it cuir" DIiarrnhmell iutl nWind C(.lic. It r.liv%4i*'Tee'thI-
in- T~rouble-, mida4m-1camr Cons!'tipbat ion.It re-ualatc.% the
st$1toiiia .11141eNBowel.,, gi iva~ m~lthnr :11A mattiral -AI.'.p
The Child~ren's I'mmolk.i4.-Tle N1otbver*.--Friend.
The Kind You H ave Always Boughs
,, ~Bearxs the Signature of


In Use For Over 30 Years.
a cec.. -.m T. T TuV A O"f. Unew-WM-CrL- -



Chas. H. Tturner,


. *ARCHITECT- .


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General Contractor

l 't l :i l:. ., 1 ':, :: : i:, i :; ti, l tI n I sr. t. <* : ; :: :. I'.I::n m :: ',
,all f;.4- I 2e..
A Complete Plumbing Department under :i
Management of E. B. Morey.
i,'-: : )> -iL n-. I. tili: tr : ., Si ifi :t., f.
it[, L !\ l ,\ : ...- i're tparedil !i .lrt % : I '.


If..I: \, m ( Ca' rtu I1 !4k


No. 19 S. Palafox St.


:: Telephone No. 34:,


--THE-


r"Cht citizens National Bank


OPF ['EISACOLA.


R{. N1. BUSHNELL~


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W' J WHI I'1.111! .E. Jqolf%'F. PF'FI"FFFlt.
i.. muLroNON(REE.IN.


A Ge;fcra1


JRanA-ing


Bisi ass


RIx M. ROBIN.-"


L ranBE"\ i


Ve~' ~en~IL-indled on Favorable~ Termsi, .
~ tC, A 'tandSod 5h, t'oicetlori..
~ ~~v~~yAttended To2.

ACCOUNTS SOLICITED.


The Star

Ui[ iIrnjrrn i"inunI


Laindri91

Fr R IurT ri nninmaI


IDE riUR UM IuUNUKI yr f[ V alu R un:


Carfe And Attlr a imi


A..A-L IVOPA .0 D
w.~PF71~E114, E. GAR.D;r'v
F'ci :C ALLED FOR AND DELI VERED PI::-
WALKERINGRAITAM, Xana,


ESTABLISHED 1Hf3.


McKEANZIE OERTING &


CO


0 ----DEALEK8 l.t

Ship Chandlery and General Hardwar:
608 AND 6015 4. PALAI.OX STREET.
---^-.ALCror -
REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEBLING'S W. -
GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUKBEL&AON'SPLMI-
CamIs., Crdag, Patsi, lils, luticil Intranutsn, harts, ,latac rs, "
COMPtWEM. LXOGS. I'Tc.
C 'Keuzi Orting ( 'le.ctinig Ag-ent for lhr Pi'lot.- t. .f

flWWI Wlll!9 emI aYm AIOilifu I


f f! t -th lt"-


!-Ive the tu:.i'ce tLktt


*.: lit-ke g:t:Mlc ecr. -A'-. TLk
ai> xvell a'-; tha~t of the I:ttile (a.,.e to'
. "4e. l-1't to h oI)-,-' -1:7e
aO a hurt anl ;* aan'a"-s 'lwy .
hLu-e

Motherl's

Friend


Cream De Beaute.
Highly recommended
for a skin beautifier. It
will remove freckles
and make the skin
clear and smooth.
PARKER DRUG CO.
For Sale Only by

q4qqis' pq4p4cy,
:"., S.,utlh P'aiinf,-x ?t.


Indigestion!

1l'e ciallenge the irorld
lo Ifro/lte at remfledy! c iial
to /rca .ltfchilcss .,ilieral(
i tc,' "' r f the ctr of In-
(i*'osti'ii, Iy .lpc, sia' nnt,
(111 j'ojin .s, of Stont aich, low-
cl Trou bl /cs nd Skin Dis-
c(tes. (;iaranteed to cu re
or money ri'fnfti ed. Cot(
on/il, -7 cr//liN t d(lay/t to u1 i/.
One dollar bolHt lt / twecn-
ty (Ia ys.
For sale >U (ill drui.ts1:
(taso I1 '. T. Green ( o. ,'l.
N. Pluf',." Street.

W. I. II. \\ltllSON,


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, MARCH 8, 1900.


S'0iOHESS OF SHIP BILL


Now Bef-7rc the Senate as a
Party Measure.


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P31147 I-WIN. .N!.1o"011.1.2 ,-T1S'1i
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-1 tiler the l ut~tiem v'(of -.. huh '
o4 find N '., pi ath1i it -'gIt,'-t iiz l i er Ii'f 'use-

Mu.' dta f.'s and fret ul ii#,%derth r-

i,.traii.t 11!. 1 i("-potisi-il~iiY (ty (f d !!iPstle

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PAINTERS AND WRITERS.











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Th t- i -o h~ it y wil1-1 ii 1. .1,7
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now .V f ,r -m;i.'.t iiiv. om tr r iw, r,.;ikjv tl

lr' krt:i1'. tdrayv lIdd.,'.w.:gtm load
-.r c' I-ar d:(. Owitig tol the .rti-h of
h ine.-- thle -.4rvin-i' 'freu1 ri'1
mvill hI),-11d('4cotititit,14.i ttl'Ftl~iz wevik.
mny h-ur of tht' day or n:Ii2ht.
Ws- wiil latinder '.'nr v-;ro .iii-f, r
:ikv 1t4W. Sinr 1,;,tindry.

CALL AND INSPECT
"UoL'Jarg-i.'atid C(' li,,114o.
1.1 i*'4-f troill and .1 Bra~-



Five Thousand Rolls

*f "~4.'tt~i I':ij'.r inr i ii Jti I



Smoke DURHAM Ci-
gars at D"Alemberte's.

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CURE YOURSELF!


Sold by Irirgwi~te.


Scrofula and



Consumption

People tainted with scrof-
ula very often develop con-
sumption. Anemia, running
of the ear, scaly eruptions,
imperfect digestion, and
enlargement and breaking
down of the glands of the
neck, are some of the more
prominent of scrofula symp-
toms-are forerunners of con-
sumption. These conditions
can be arrested, consumption
prevented and health re-
stored by the early use of


Scoff's Emulsion

Your doctor will tell you so.
At :l drug.Ki- : :- r and S: -.
SCOTT liUWN.. C!.En.. ts, New York.


THE VULNERABLE AGE.
.iltvh sI 4l-r tIn- I 'hte -ltor itndl MIn; I'o Isjit S ( sn i ta I ri >ino sn .



li:i :' i : .z 'i :: .24 fo r 11
\Voi!. ;ill 1~ "' ;:. ; !i, ,;;. ,, ,r "'|:2- _'l 4. o.o
That i 14 sI ;i it ;ha it \\'a :iat s ;i( ire-t'
cist'e ; that tii, :, i, :iia' La t blor of
lah t :i r nlll4 t \he, : .;i ii:lid illiecame

T" l'h t' h a rh, r. l,<'\\ .er, r. ,ro. s rlnl ie
w.ary yV .ar by yr.t. II, \IVI^ ol.er inI
]444 th ii.' i illn ( 1s:1 I: a i' Inl t l into the
tolls. Thi ei\- r .l t. I ;I:t i,hl r '.t4 4ns ,lr-
oi4-l in 1 .s7 at .u..;,i 3 'rs of ;a e itc
., -* 1l4,.. llh ;i t'. t ', i !.I '.s to w ait ;oi-
lr iN'.\ thl;; I i >:h' 1u' l tI. S v w as .
(of a yil'r y lr.- .lr iln : i7 \vl hn sh> Ie--
i-ianw a w\ il' ti":n ll In . As for tho,
priIl, \\hli i!.:;'y ;I' :::;hair. The'y >re

I ; ::..;1 iin 11 ;-I ], :i 1 '..:;' t.-t f'o, r (uit
tof \ il l:-n :i;i,-, IST4 wItre
\ *'I :/ '7 4f; '\ ';'y .I aI \\ il 0n.
l ii .-1'.: l!:l' 1 c 'i i] w I to

PC AL. S.I3o L C ADTSP.
nare the e I Kud Ycu Ha' y Always B't.,
B r n a t u r e f 1 1 1C I

TO ITH 1E PUlI C.
I 1:v .- jl!-t ,c ived :; fi:!.' <>t ,,f
j1;l U iil6 ,,f c n" ld i. -.aIl l r +',;1 tilt I' :it
l .; l 'V i [ pri v< .' .
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po.r ,,un d. C.ll ai l -,'- f. your-
I a. I f.
Th .y ;irr t, rri- ..an fin" ji-t fr,,l)
;t,' VII -s. (C'. A i,'()' i.F.
2lj I in
PROFESSIONAL OARDS.


Physiciall and WE 02a.




DR. Wx. C. DEWBE.RRY.
orFioE-HasxIDah Bros.' Drug Store.
RESIDENOIE-400 E. Jackson Stree


Wmn. Marean, M .,

9HOin~alahic Physiclen and Sl1gruoul
LaIte (If OCaa. IFla.,
Oft~rs his pniofev~ni'41n41ervict-i to thp ('itl.
F. .IMl At tent 1)1ion ivenIlo t ho t r..qt in-tri I
of Chronic Iti-.'ao'a and I'ivm 't f I
Women L' ad ( 10114-,11.
Oic't4.- flft'ur- 'a. iin it 1211.. 4 P. xM.




Dr. Wilmer S. Ha/I,

DENTAL SURGEON,
Misgiiic Temple. Pbona 364.


WANTED.
Waited to buy all kids of Sizoic
gand Fvnft~ro, Muchavdise, &c.

4Address Bet 142.


GRAND EA1871IER oBAIL
T.. h 4 I. %- L
P.', TC, Tfrl1 .' 2-.2IF.


BOER PRESIDENTS

WILL COMMUNICATE U


dropped to 170 per 1.000. There have
not been so few hbo and girl marriages
at any time since ISO1.
Of the total marriages of IM19. 42.751
persons were minors. Of these, there
were 2 girls. 14 years: 11,. 175 years; 1.-'s.
1I, years: .45 Io4ys. 1D; years: ',1;4 boys. 17
yenrs: 1.111; girl.. 17 ytars. aanl ;.3c ;;
boys and .,"24 girls 11 y>';ars. Over 11
the girl wives run inlito i;he tens ,of
thouisandls. an111 actually nearly l'..'-,j
youths of 2'0 years were married.
There has leeni a (eci'led sutmln in
wllo\vwers anid widlows of late. InI 1S71
13:S huslaiinds andl li) wi) 's int every
1,1,) were wiilowers andil wi,\vs rl'-
spec.ti\t ly. l'hings have 'l a:;g,,d since
then. T'.Lere "rre but 1'0S v,-ilo\vers and
U9 widows in every .mm l;i:rn;i an'es iu


]?2 "'ll:e widower., by tlhe way. is LONDON, March 3.-President Kruger
more obvions. dangerous to the sus- is ,aid to bave left Pretera wIth thein-
ceptiblh he:irt tif the op .ite sex than tention of meeting President Steyn
the 'wiw.w It is to i.e Lnoted. .,',- Tne pace where they wi.l meet is not
ever. tl::at w!wr'i toi widow selects a
evertt !l ti ,LV mantionad, tut is believed to be some-
baclor :i : a husband she taks an where in the Orange Free State.
a'liyn two yj :ars her junior; when she
('11,,,,.s. a- \; a 4.I,.lwer, lher hnii :.anl is Thooe in South Aftcua wh,) are con
ne'Ary live. y,,:'-4 s cle.r t!:;: Lt.'i'stfr.- v'elstt w'tl the eff-ict the recent re-
St. l..t'.Is l:,pli!,l.l., veres havo had on the IPoers exi.ress
--- the opiiiui trat the ineonu-g of the two
\o hn l e e-.. ee rr.,ident' f prega.n:. is r!,o1.iiuin.ary ta a sugges-
TI:s 4 .. I 4 hi a Wl).c8riher tion of z;got.ai iouis: ;cr pe.ae.
lii l.". l.'1^ *,!'i i;i!,'.;. p" / .h.;: i an otl: l iher
S I t: : 1 li tue c.tSe, it must be due
p,.r 'I-,,'-. *',r' i': t,,t \ ,c i-roshjt.rt of
!.e, I:i: .! t:. s W. \V Cle n trv ,e r' ts- to th-' r'p' .uro rotu iht to bea- upon
.',i-!t iP. :rt !;iedl. ithe otl('e I .', 1:e va,-he re ite b :no l.arghers and Af-
(' , -o i t Ma rikati,i :- in ie EIritish (oionjes rather
-:i: i ... .I r..;:,:~u o 1 until ; 1M arch
.4 ii't vt.11thaun to tiO p!ar.tna. InlEinatiOi8s of tilhe
4 i \t y.tr. president. as aI tiue available informa-
I.ilt th ,.,.,. 'i4 ,';,1 f1iill p: .,' l 1.r. It I'resilcnt mIn uei as ever to I'r.nist in the war unti
M4.l,;1lll.y Sih. ,,1 'l>4. i,' ~t' s,-rtet:ry of tbet reso.urt'er c: tile republic are munct
s1:t', \ < t'ev\r Le. iia ty .e.. \\ill, if eli- more enteebL'ei than they seem to he at
gilh tI' !, prC st' i l'lt'v,. at u qh'e qualify pruoent, a.tirough soine sgni.a;;llce Is
attacht'i 1o t*l,* o'isu. a.tion in view of
as ir'. : '. the re;.rtedl vi.in to Engiaud of Chief
If fr,:- :iiy resil ihe lice of secre- JustIce lavi. r Mr. Homier and Dr.
t1:ry11' ; t4.' slhIulIl Ile vaicallt ifl such Tewater., ot:eu,.invl on private business
an e'li i ',. :.' y ior its ilicuii4ut bt e as aud for t.eir unalltil.
tyet u111onfiruhel'd by the senate or tin- But t.io ciuseit observers do not an-
dt,r ji:':lnhiinenit or no4t 'onlstittit n)- ticipate any nddeiln cessation of hostill-
ally elig;.l'e to election as president. ties, and certainly ttie reports from the
th sueion wou ps to t sr- eater of war do not tend toencourage
th:,- stu'ssion wouldjlhp:l tary of the treasury, and so ou through Boers are apparently rallying with their
the cabilnt ii an a apl)inted order. aooustomed ability to repair a tempo-
Prior to 1S4,L when the present law rary reverse, and Great Britain has yet
regulating the succession was passed, to test their force as a defensive power
the president pro tempore of the sen- under the new conditions of warfare.
ate and the speaker of the house of
representatives were next In order of Cospirmey Im Brazil.
succession to the presidency.-Youth's NEw YORK, March 3.-The Herald's
Companion. correspondent in Rio Janeiro says in-
Snexpeeted Defense. formation has reached that city that
Judge- Have you anything to say be- armed British forces in Brazilian terri
fore the sentence is passed? tory, near Rio Brancos. have hoisted a
ur ar th es'r;s passfId knw'd tht British flag. The authorities arrested
Iturglar-es; f I knwd that some persons suspected of conspiracy
spiis.ter lady hla a dinner bell under against the government. Severalofficers
'er miller. things (d a come out diff'r'nt. of the army and navy are among the
Indlianatolls Journal. susleots.


THE ORIGIN[AL


S3. LOUIS


A. B. C.


BEER.


Kruger Leaves Pretoria to
Confer With Steyn.

NO INDICATIONS OF PEACE

Boerr Are App,arvinttly Rai lying to lir-
pair Telip rary Rever.--Iumn.ors
That the Cuoiferee" Is i,4Looklug 'or-
wsr,l to 1'ae.'- Nrgotiatiou..


l'!h.tne No. I I;.


Itailroad Exehian.:,. l'o!,n *t, s.



LODGE DIRECTORY

KNIGHTS OF F'YIHAIAAAS.
Pensacola Idge. No. 3. K. of P.
meets every Monday f wa-
ing at 7.:;i. at ('atile Hall.
SIn llutchinson hall. WeLe
7Ia Intendenctan trtet.
Vlslting brethren cordially
welcomed.
,J H. J roDaVm4.
i H. HORRLCR. C.C.
&^3U K. K.I 8.
W. 0. W.
Live Oak Camp No. I W(MIman oftbe
World.
M-*t.tq first ant third Frilay night ia
each month. Visiting 4ovvro-n(n% cords-
allv Invitvd. W.W. WAToSU.
s. lt. Tl AM -4 Clerk. C. C.

CHAS. COTTRELL,


Artistic Photographer,
1 4l)OM .l, F1ISHl. I BI'l.I)lIN ,.
20-,. O()UTH PAlAtlOX 8TREKT.
M atilfaction tiuarantultd in Every Par-
Sticullar.


' HEIIBiRG BROE & CO;,


SWOLIALIE e010 ,


V. J. VIDAli, Sole Wholesaler. alafox Street,
Pensacola, Florida.
11,80 133KIE8. BSRNTES 1IiE3, IIP3RIED AND 00DESTIC
Paal Jones an l Ecto pr s p elebrated Wiskies. B A R G A IN S
RY I BOTTLE OF CLERT TONIC. -IN
PHONE 154. : : : : 0. BOX 587.
JUG & FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED
Fr.e lDelilvry to Any Part of the City.l
gg?'All orders left at Th'e Ot ee. Vidal & 8 mIth, will te careful'
attended to.


OUNN'S *


HOTEL


ON EUROPEAN PLAN.


Restaurant Attached, Open Day a
OYSTERS, FISH AND GAME OF ALL ,KIN

Special Orders at Any He
RATES :-From $1.00 to $1.')1 pr DI)ay.
515 and 5109 S. South Pala fx Street. Perinacvla. Florida

TIME TABLE.

LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE IR
IN IE:FFE( 1T .IANI' Al' -7. ..- .


NI.
- ,~, p iii
I 2 p iii
- P iii
ii III
'.1. Ill
444444121
I. ...1414i


% l.2.

PlIt Ii)

7.115
.1 IT


A rriv.'-'
A r:I%',,
A ri%
4.ml'


7'- i .'4'It.
I,' III n E )I,
A t.1.1,


A mr'.
'4; rr %
Ar4%.'-


$lOOOwill lm'Poola'r#- 4of ?land north
$20007ii h'I 'llIf uYoi itr.- adIjo)ining c14y

Three Regular $3000,-',dia tr4:ff e .ri owlinbloo"k
This property I% In New 4. it y.
X.als rach iDay will buy 7.o aere4 ht'twfwa Big
$4009 Bayou au1!id Ltle' Hn31nz. Thiv
2 5c Each. ofrt Bigfla u An Lst re aal
4. a ~$5000 do-nc I4 iv0 Wt-tI'ft 1. MitustewI
on 1 .-tr. .t car lin; i bat'.,#. 1444101'. ad all nbuA-

ind $igflt. w~lfl buyhot .xwithj *n ft front oim
trry. '1h14. can hoi min111 ii'tatt'y lit ilize'd lot
D.)A IN S E Ao-"ON. ~i.ft.. purpo'.t-t.
~ waill oiv I ylt -Aith -!%'A f t front an
)ur. $f'w0J0J4 ro-gorv utiad ;V%& f: i "eou on Al-
caniz an'! 11.2ftIt r,)jont iiWliact it. TWOe
prelp-tyr vh as mr--c' '44113 v-'-4 (4i .it, nid tborehe
LODGING : plititI.(if 1room01to build a d~ao'n b4411'o's more.
125 and 50c $8000 wl I Ihuy a rvle
oi m-tlr4'244Iy l,-tw.-a iPate-
foxn and Tarragtona 4t res1-ei.
$9000will fillyan dIart j.9-~r" 1imswith
I-ApsitintfltI'r(4144rtv 'fiai truck fisr~flaf4Eand
Z AILROAD. ito 't'.. e0 mit1"ps
$1090W l-, 't 1, r" 411I t, ,in
fro11 itrt (f ." 4 t' U 1* % 1"fooet


t.0. 11.

.44It III


"'.4 .9,
- 441.11)
1111 IC lit
..I. Ti
4 II ~4 III
''''II lii
-''till
* I' ~II


BETWEEN PENSACOLA AND JACKSONVILLE.


-.'il.. '2
.'.r: .2.t
4 '4(111
'it 1
'2424
- 2442


N' .2,
- a lii
2" 4'. iii
'21 III
- '. !1 III
4 ''4.24
4 444
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7


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a 412.44 4t


2 42
44,

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I 'I
.2' I' 144
4.'.!
4t 114


So ndy 'rl.l. l 1Restau.ran t,
Monday. April 6,1900. 3 te ta\Z,.I3t7


PARKER'S I
~HAIR BALSAM
Cia an &d biani rg.tht U&a.
C Provacsi aS Sluzwf-ilt p',nA Uih.
Rovert ?alg to Reatore Gray
Hair to its Youthful Color.
mle. oWU


(Deals at All Hours.


)<. Open Day and Night.


A Complete Stockik of Frioi:-. N.i:r. C('.L. .ti-. Ci tr- and Ti hbaci.
Conltaltly on Hand.
Finest Oysters for Family Use a Specialty.


J. E. Stillman &- Co.,

East Side of Plaza.


H. A. WATERS,

Butcher and Green Grocer-
PHONE 172
I -' T '' : --**** rl .Nati4, .M ,it-<,,

lr ,.,'in '- I. ily .
Shop, Rcarcf Johnson & Son's Store,
IN T D NI )EN IA .I :'I r ET.

JOHN McDAVID,

REAL ESTATE AND BO0KERACL
UITY PIROPEr:TY. FARMING


AN D TIM ItE RLA N DS
FO4.R SALE.


Loans Pleeed at Reasonable liates.


L1 East (iovernmeut .Street.


JOHN NICHOLAS'


305 N. TARRAGONA STREET.


Acme Beer.

THE BEST BEER SOLD) IN
PENSAC(OLA.

Dannheisser Bros.,

AGENTS.

ASO Solil ty M. Perry ani WJi. Yata.

The Jug Trade

Is Our Specialty._--
P'ro,:ipt DI) iv. ry am l S.ti-,faction


Dannheissor Bros,
11tl Southt ',l If.,x S:.,


P. (). Box 2,4.










THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, MARCH 5, 1900. 5


LOCAh NEWlS NOTES


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FOR GOLF RASH
fleat .-zIib, nhiam.n i.. c rritations
WIdI'1 (Ifr- cM.UndcePOrr -'L I -C ;r-tiofl,
ai.41 unany (-,her uarcati' c t..c~,e i:.tt l~so
Cc'cIiicr. ur~f~ injr arci -I rec-%L..uc- am a ikith
WIth 4 1 TICI(R.A S. 'Al'. ncle c- the' s-'-.rer


POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS.
For Upeprem-maatathe.
I hc-?--e-h win -Unce m- if ftf a-acandidate-
f-br R-F~i~'ccE~uachna County 1in
Zhi- I cgia2 t r-, te- f--ict to the l).-mcn raticc
N1. %f'I XT 11,V F..

I heIC- -Vanwlcu nt.-' fv~lve- it- a ellnd:idat a-
-tec flv c-k-c hio--a; port ccl lay Icil.1c-i-
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rambndte lct-c-c'rt V. -zikc iic nd -' -- L- -Lf-
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V-.r:ccs 1,v gentle arcocfltingrs w-:h ci TicicA, IFor Sheriff.
thec-gre~at skin cure and Tclmrw- t cf eC ll.ilinftS. tm-d addti o
I I bc-r--Icv btblcouixCe m-i addt o
'7C,?Ii- S'acA "AI iLcyoicd tucI eln'-t t'to nstcu lISt io-?6 Ckrci'!of Iseambc:a COUn1tv at the Mnsuincg
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ouE t Thew~c,,l PV TT-911J hi'4 T, I C C Ae r ,(flm e.Oi--
I'rc4..D~J ha k~ii*4 Baca~hc ~&, UVow-crClerk of Iwlie Circuit Court.
Ih.--, flrcoofn.c-e' mnyie-ifno. a candidate
C"..)#C t ert- lceniz tee, 'cc IC-ifleihim :1-;- 1 for I,~ c -t ec:i. 34 (ICrk -fit Us-c. ccruditecrt
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Forbes Store.


SCHOOh LOUSESe-


THE PEOPLE'S STORE,


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Schwartz,


Proprietor.


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IN IDWELL4ING FOYR RENT.
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DOS- K- Ufatsop 0~


REAL ES
Rental and


TATE,


'NEW ARRIVALS!I-

O(u RR first announcement of New Artivals of Spring

Apparel. A generous assortment, large variety

of colors and styles to select from of Ladies' Waists.

We carry all kinds: the largest assortment in the

city of well known brands. Among them the famous
",rv/i';, /ih/i,'!.,i," famous for fit, style and finish-in


fact the Ixest fitting Waist in the land.


dealer or customer can den-.


You


This fact no


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Insurance idea of our oicierins by a glance at our large ex, elusive


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friittje~ frturc- ir-t 11it-cu on~~ ii I -
It *i t-aidc-that :ikc i I- bu ilding, it th e1t

Mr. Parker xUA p hC:-thp am w;
the~ hnibl II &Le i-i b-ar Pit" ilerhthe-
pre icut liujenurfirs- ."a, fd ; it m t
bPsi in-killte' lih 'll a id t aki4 we 40I
& th- hii i )qile-dvh-at icda~eid
pide retyin th(forth cre-ac 11i(i.


hits godea il izlie tby r-&patc. ri -th
pr~tiiuzr--.to 0i-dimzpyand reullucct in)0-

--ItII *I I I eI e d V l-r-: aculnir#~l-d a! hulde-
widt reiw.-uPfor the uiirf. J 'ri-v I'en
Priltcog:,tc- weak arid nac!2.


To Ilefir<'.t <'oi, icn-augh Valley.
JoinNsr.ws, Pa. March 3.-An at-
tempt win soon be made to reforest a
large part of the Conenmaugh watershed
to prevent damage from freshets or a
possible repetition of the Johnstown
flood of 1,9, when 10,OO00.Ou in prop-
erty was carried away and nearly 5.000
lives lo.t. The region is peculiarly
liable to freshets, owing to its geologi.
cal character and the removal of its
tinib.,r, anti a- soon aq the weather per.
mits TI. VW. T-nmiey, government super-
luteuni-nt of tree planting, will Po-
ainute th-3 re!io(n and decide o:1 a plan
of re;oreatation.
NAV.L STuOl i MAlItKIKT.
tl-p' .- ',l l).v!y f,:;r Te Yev.-,' I.;
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Shirt Waist Window, and they arc
heretofore by reason of our Motto: "S1 1 Cmi .i> \I

FTuzi:m i;vI I\ !-,: .\-: nI Ill E .-iNI'-,-"


New
Arrivals'


SNArI aNewls
LCES 9 [lMBOIDEIE[SI Arrivals:


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CJz- Lt 1(tih l!Tlllilecl d Skirt-, :it (., t. N ifk-.
U~i" l-d Mi '-e lFrimnill-el( 1wa-1,4at 4ce.-t
Onec Ll~t LTIi' ritma-.ii- I (I.;:~ ...........- cr---------...... c
One- Loect fiic. ri'nimfi'.t~iie acrc(c-Lu-c-wor~h -.7 fr---... -P---.Qvach
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Ladie .-nc Lot Odds and Endsz,
InL adi , kirt, -Id 0eceo ti (ic-. (I t to) 10 Cfpe-t 'tl.,;k- ai ive.


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I DeFINIAK SPRING S.


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Seat c: t,, nF'erkdq Chautauqua now i;n- Session
Until March 27th.
,--, ... Rei,.j:- cs'ort in W western Florida '-


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Without, Teachers would nb-t be much

worse off than School Children without


U BR ELLAS-S


in this country.


We've had in


mind


not only the large quantity needed, but the

kiMd. We've had made a special lot; nice, but


rough and ready.


Te Cmak-r was given a hint as to


who they were


"Ir and quality was not spared.-


NEXT WEEK _


We place on sale 50 Silk Skirt Waists,

tucked front and back, S6.50 value, all colors, this
sale at S4.98.

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Who is Rader?
He's the Laboring
Man's Friend. He will
sell you Furniture on
the easy payment plan.

Furniture at all Prices.
"Y- :r -f--llin: (iin)in rofomn table-
it bt:-r.all i pric.- : also -~t '-. bed-
-;prin-s. nattinti kitcheI n -afo-. and
kitche-i cab;in t-. witli bre-ad board-.
ts itl, -in It:tn-nil- and tableware-.
Seil ;ian( I -xaniile tciplic- at (. 1.


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OuIriagres-,Biqggies, Wngons LandI Ii-ay-i.

;U epairing Attended to Promptly.--(.




lo scs --Carnations.
fl't.Lh 1 a2r,,. I P.-* r k (car.i1 1. rf
'it ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ '( N'-~-;:c-e:t%- -5 I. 4Lcc.f M- v 'I-. 'f i iJr
ut.l i 'uju wait .
Carnation,, 75c per dozr,n. Dlvr!
Ame~rican Be3utieS S3.5.3 to $4.00 per dozen.Deeerd
All Othcr Roses V.50 to S1.75 per dozpn. to you.
IfuzP I"I ,,':.e ..MISS VIOLETTE MORENO.


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WE WiLL PIAE

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,f 0G 1lll I8 CtOIRIERS


ENGLAND FORGOT HERSELF.
The Fretnzy Over Ladlysnu:th's Relief
1N t', ipr'-ce-d'-it'd.
S.', ,, Marchn : -A dukedom for
Roberz; an darid..m for K..chener and
& peer.- f<,r 1,u .t t.:u 'ay the proph-
et: r..re tdv u'v t -:-. ui.attio If
on V.y til :ilirve. u. 1 wa'i .' (if euthbu:ai-
t I' : c.u. tl at m- *',"* r t.e c ",nn-
try t%'- wet-K, cjUi i.; : I rrt v1ypet e
I mant:eriil reward i-. L -i lo,,rt- an i
i.!- te.. w l-enes c: t:. ur \',ul:d all
Le l:.'w tiauu es it 'ra '..ts :
S- (,;i;nte tLat ha. ame l' ver Great
i' i ia,..,s War drea',i 1 :Iu ini1 i-t appre-
caited t ti t.e w:.'-w. :. ;..: u to- e
.,:.. z 'ur r:. nibh o: ulei'i t. 1 .n oloi-f
1. a -- au- telresiun uad s;:ai are now
flieo. a(in i;.'d to !.> eicats
I at certain exient it sr v. i' C ie un-
ti.tiat-ieritic of the Lr;ti-h race and
,ui:* put in the Phaie any deuiiustra-
nt'us tLat uc' urred in ine UuiCeai statess
ciu-in1- thte S panin-An.ericw war.
K liuer.ey was re.icved and :-.arcely
a si;r was notictabie In ttiit densely
1.opu.ated United K:ngiom. Lord Rb-
erta Ly exceiient strategy, caught Gen-
eral Crouje in a v.ce and anuihi.ated
himi, and the nation said we.ldone with
several degrees lesi fervor than it would
have made tue sauie remark had Eng-
land beaten Australia at cricket. The
tarriars of Britiah self restraint and re-
serve were not yet broken down.
L-fiysmith was relieved. Then came
the de-ire to punbc.:y exhibit rejoicing
.;h cculi no Il.nger be denied. The
ongi ca-callt list rasi.ed almo_>t uu-
neot;c.d Who cart-d or the dead ex-
cept Tt. s:nt; their praises: The intoxi-
cation of victory pervaid-4 the length
sni tb:e.idti of the ;auii. The cry of
(jr aT Ui itain's mnhtiary weakness the
r :lilies- .,f her army (rganizAtion and
n:.' ien:.tciliz acts of other powers was
I and tu.' tears of those who had
-..,:iz. w.iow. cr :kther'.esq x-'ause of
!;.- rt a: thin2og were only so much
:,. ., :uu'euse to the trinunihant war
-n wonder that the war is the sole
t,(;. ti fTe week. ?ninle of the deni )n-
btratl' 'i quite outdid those (of the per',c
p.e ,, It'ar. It takes an efort of im-
ag;Ina' U *o picture the mnidd'eclass
Enghlisi .rl marching lareheaded
thriiui'.. ieLe Treets. shouting and way-
ing 1i* .-. Int this is what occurred.
Abou' 1.1 .,' male and female students
of in he eninmgt,,n Art schools, ien in
overai.;, niached singing and cheering
to the AlbIrt Memorial anl thence to
Mr. .],se i Chamberiaiu's hoube, where
Mrs. Chaumberain emulingliy acknowl.
edged the ovation.
The ,ceneq after the 1,att'. cf Water-
loo. as descrbed by the writers of ti:at
day. we-re as nothing compared with
tlue 6cenee witnessed this week-


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W..tl.iitJ. .i- .i d hlist ye h "i o
:. 1.zo .iiv. f(-r Us. 1:t-t 15 vyear-;.
an td lii.-h hli iim '..if#ct1Av l* 124 .1t,11a le.
!itiatciAllv Ao41. tO catrry ou1t, anN 1 o-



t 'l- a ta rr~a I ( 'ti ro i- tak viai ii -
lo!'...d :iind minhleee ii:- ~f;,ce- ef tho

Hall'- f:tin:V jll- as*t!.o h.-t.


OPERA HOUSE!

4C30xxt Z ighIt 1l-


Tuesday,


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March 6th.


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LEWIS MORRISON'S
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(I:tl(;INAI. ( OMi'A.\NY'
('.\ I.IA I) 01-' .N !N IY '


Evrvtirg N w Bt lbc NIne'

ONE NIGHT ONLY!


Wednesday, Marc

I' \ i' \' .% : : ,: 1 ',. .,


The Afdventure


*:- Of Lady Ursula.


MISS FlIANC 1E.S I.


IFor Sale.



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V(,r&(,in 10fo 7Q'lt party/.
( kviicr 6one oldoft intanu-
-/ci(rin.Fl 2 /isiv~css 'reason
fo sll '/iinf. 101'orufartic(u -


Nasal

CATARRH
EIt, Cre: Balm2 S ~e


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SCIENCE OF DREAMS.


Rctcultm et n Series 4.f [xperiments
!w) a q...rwasn l'roiuensior.
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a t 4 -a~et- lf1~d~11y


THE STONE OF GRATITUDE.
An Old Romnn LeweneI That T'reat.
of tile Topaz.
TI., le [iii z i .'; called t he iteot(-of grat-
itue],-. id 1the' liio i4lldN-in eoe't's record
t4~ 1:'Ie'Il x'1 4)%ingbgole'.c"i ftcin which thle
nl'Ii:I Il oce1- 1 ie.'i' Ti' L'v( .#I(is illS us U ('d.
to 11 :1 e 1 I -size-n ge 4 g Lef111,1-0 hIs patl-
2-*' asste-- :0)(I sit l'' f. e' 1oill Cf'. li

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i LI1cr ii .iv',Kh eeli !the~ ic. ii.
:11i,11:1w ls.-li l'-e(,ti ef tle' Is~the'
clxx cllsinz. V. till ica-sir gssint t 11r jn'-
t ic"'!
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('11142 e't' e !!,- i:i Iani t nl le' 111. er 1ti,1h0
rc t-'. !'' 1 t I CC.'45t-' ii-',I N i,: it
fe H1. nld f.! v \'1 %'' uS'x rl.1'Iha ".1 ce '.t-
tt ai I Ii.' eii;.e-4nrcI's1 k~uidllv I'C1,et with
the. varly elnix'iita grt'at serpee~nt gI itleel
i5;',c tt le l.up ti.:- stepos andelinto)
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FIGHTING IN VENEZUELA.
Indications Are T'at the Struggle
Will Be Prolonged.
LA GUAYRA, Venezuela, March 3.-
It it believed here that the prospect for


a settlement of the revolution in Co.
lombia are poorer now than they have
been for some time. One of the most
recent reports is that President San
Clemente and his cabinet have aban-
doned Bogota and Anapoima and set-
tled in Teua, north of the capital.
This, however, is unconfirmed and
there are other reports from equally
trustworthy sources denying that Gen.
eral UriLe. wita his rebel army, is near
Logota.
A detachment of government troops
under Generai Palacio had a fierce en.
gaiement with a band of insurgents re-
(ently, at a place called Pijeo. about 20
miles from Barranquilla. Both sides
clanu the victory. It is said the insur.
gents lost over ,00 killed and wounded
and 180. were taken prisoners. Tue gr---.
eminent lost at least 16J men.

Needed In ie Iusiness.
"I've decidedd" said the didnitl'd old
Sr.:n. "'to let you have that ye)uei ltrite-
lh'y after all if you are positive that you
ca'::t te happy wv!l,out li;n."
"Olh. fatherr" the be'autifs:l ,:'\ cried,
*" dlou't l,!ivw ]leov !:'i'pyv yiou iaxe
I mnadie tie'! Now. I can se Ilie ;ate's ot'
* jparsalise o[eril in.tL lm )e.r, dair. g-o'i l,
Shi (iiea: .Let uie Ikiss you fieor thise
S'v.-it uoei't(s: t' f ly to lii:n anil t-ll liiiii the glrii lus
n vs. Hle will I.w so g!:I. \e s!h:ll1
4 all le so llhappI y n \. It seei s ;il::.)t
Slick .e a :.ve vly lr i :: 1 (c;I !::irdl!y Ie.-
lie ve t'iit 1 :ir'i :I' : ; i ': I;It., tell li ,
, \ livh: l,:i : ii:i t.' u e'l,:ins e .r i:;r n., :; i
V r1-i ti' i'.1 x l 'e i I tr'<1 l t4 ) pI l :'. l '1 r
* hi'.i yo :li -l:.l yI im \vx ,iii;M Ilt'\4 l r ;n-'rts
ii.. I II i*h e h 'l o l ;t :!ii5 ,. I' l \
i h::. I.. ,. I lh10 llt,'-f wxc:-'! in l tl-ei-e t
limy ln ;rt \' tat hl:is lhai e[e'i-.l. fa'tlher.,
t" 1:1:. !.e' x rrele'ri '
e' !. i- hl ' er l o!: .ily : ; l t'. ,ri, ., it,.
tc.;"-4 i'l t. e'xs r' l:'e i ll.
1 ,'t !'- ;1 l; I:; l !' I:; tie' < f rK *'.er' \vler''
a .. i ":i l 1 l:: i a :il i, e t I ne.!t,
* ii I 't' l:il!,lly sw4 ii' '. ily v lixy teis ilt-s
t- 'i:i. to s itll'f i l"- ,li.' cl o i'in -e -
i lers i'l.


Afraid to Bid.
.it ilan au i,'1n -1 il.t' of lii-('t4 !lanie'lu5
Loi .1-i "it a ci' tll'stiy s il- 1 t1 :lt 11l'i ul ti('er
S t.; il up a i sl:('zy rnlle of fairly goo-.
SI l'll i'y. An l ,,I1 ft irll r" ill-pe' te' It
cl,,'sfly, s,.,ee:'irl to tl.);.k lI l're' \xs'is a
le;i i ;ai i in it. ain l y-tlie lh n 'iul;thk d t
bik1.
"'r'link it c!henap?" asked the auctioin-
eer. (ir- iig a 1it ct1nct bidl.
"Ye's. kinider," was the reply.
"Then 1 whiy don't you bid and get It?"
"Waal, I've bought heaps o' thiuns In
dry goods and so on," slowly rejoined
the old mnari, "and I never yet took
ornme anything that the old woman
thought was worth the price. If I get
that 'ere robe for even 15 cents, she'd
grab it up, pull at one end, chaw on a
corner and call out: 'Cheated again!
More'n half cotton!' That's the reason
I dasn't bid."-Ohio State Journal.
DAILY MARKET REPORTS.
COTTON.


Nlw YORK. March :L
January ............
February.....
M arch.. .............
A pril . ........
May..
June.. ............
July .
A ugust ..... .... .......
September.... ....
O ctober...... .........
Nove i r ...........
Dece mber .


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,-;Pot coton cIo"sll (hill -11 hes-zher. miud:
(1 1hig upelandls 1.4 il It') Inddi ing gulf 19 15-
1t. ;tleb fl ti.
GRAIN AND PROVISIONS.
C'HIC'AGO, 'lire.h 3. OPILN CLOSE
WHEl~A- Ni-%ar Ii t64-,
N% IMiAT-JUIV tw.


OAI A1- -- N'2irc.i..
UATS-JIIY.

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NAVAL STOR~i.
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Chinese and Japanese
-Fancy Goods,-z*-X
FINE CHINA TEAS.
N~.3t Sqmcth iPalar -% Strout,


1'\- ~ 'i..FLA ~


Delmonico Hotel and Restaurant


IIXX.od.1'J1'.dL X 303EItC0., Cj(c5if11Agexxtm.


S. A. FRIEDIMA, ProIi

AGENTS FOR


High-Grade


Liquors.


slI.\' IMMO~0N. I'LIV \ ilKF' 4T'l'1BEN., lli ,' .M\i

'-T)*.1 ( NY'S I'R: I'TOLD: 'IO 0" SILK lV N

'I O'F)NAZI IN''.ION'.
IAT ) .1A D HC


lW T\l i:ire-'tt :idl lI;'-t Se .e-tel Str. -k ef l f ::i. 'A -kv >:i
W ine for FaliUly I' .
THE JUG TRADE IS OUR MAIN SPECIALTY.
I 'Al .so \ Aient f,,r It'.,. -',i'ni I'.tl-t M ilw tiukee 1;, r. ,''. I). li
rvy to ev-rvy 'art ,f ,!., city.


P. o. Ieex 11i,


PENS-ACOL1A. IFLA.


- -.TH- B F=E


ALLIGA TOR


SALOON


,- )OPPOSITE UNION DEPOT.,=--


W. C. NORMAN, Proprietor.


Telephone No. 46.
* -


-:HTE C :iCEST AND MOST POPULAR BRANDS OF-:>-'


WI ,I F II w, LIAiUm, COOU LI,

:) BEERS, ETC., ::-

In W003 AN3 GLASS, LARGE OR SMALL QlklHITIE'.


SOLE AiGNTS FOR


I'F'\NN I. N* )It', YFI;WI I fS K i.
I'.l-RO(ONHILILI. S)' It MASH.1
le'lI~\ MAYl? WHI-il'e.Y
ATIL.A N'AItA It K WVI N 0 () N? P1A NY -4


SOMETHING NEW


-SEVERY DAY-


HALL & KLEIN'S


Mammoth Retail Grocery,

502-504 SOUTH PALAFOX ST-,
ToI lol1>rhone 330.






A. M. AVERY,
(smooseomr s de s 4 otwow .)
IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF

3&ardrware.


ALL ORDES SERVED ON SHORT NOTICE Iron, Nails, Axes, Shovels, Saw Mill and Mteamboat uppile.., Cooking
AT ANY TIME AT REASONABLE PRICES. and Heating Stoves, Paint, Oils and Window Glass,

-:) ooms for Ren by heDay, ek or Month. Agate and Tinware and Housefurnishing Goods.
31V, 312 North Tarragona Streat, Opposite Union Dspct. OGn, Pistols and Fishing Tackle.
O-Teiephone 68.-0 AGENT for Birmingham Rolling Mills Company, -' O Giant
---.GEO. WILSON & CO.,-:.<-- Stitched Belting, Northampton Emery Wheel Company, Laftln 6 Rand
Don't Forget to Stop With the Fat Man Powder Company, Johnson's Kalsomine, Iron Klag and Ruck- tveP
n..... ,..n.. ..............-....... ...... .. and Range-, Wm. Coups &Co.'s Raw Hide Lace Leather. Masurv'. R.ad.


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Laundry 0115ot,


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Mit. WILLIAM


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, MARCH 5, 1900.


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This paper Is om FI1 wit!! tI
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Eindiott Bauiding. tSt. Pantl win
Mbcab~em ,advertisero and 01
examodowit and wbemr estim ate* wi
apOIROs1w fur GENERAL ADVEI

PEWBACOLA. MARCH.


vance.
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have been performed by the attor-
ne-y-general. amounting to $2.ifO. the
actual coat of conducting this branch
of the 'ta:e over:mt-r t during tLe
thre-- tern' of the. present incumbent
will a:n,,unt to 2i" ti.
R-flr."i.p ;.,- the e-m:r.p! ymen: t 'j
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3in~~fT~dabf Prot e 'sc- at Pr-saacoea.
2..m.~fl~d cla-' ruatzt r.
OvvzCIE; Pitt 14 2 dinot. u n. rs
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L&ST WEEK'S EXPORT'--.
Sbapmenra to i-4breign Ports are
Valued at 4370.5,25.
The.. cu-toni house records r-how
th~at a'ring last wee-k tinree 'steam
atud two )sail v-e=of an a:iro~ixie
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Old Penn Mutual Life Ins. Co

DAVID EDREHI r'-li "-


COTTAGE HILL CHAT.

UCoTTAoiE HILL.. March :;.-P.!
littlei~ettletnent turned out :ti i.
deleizAtiseu to wtnue-' zttUPcarnival a
P.- ushcola.
Mr. and Mrs. H-. Benn(-t'%,c- w'-#
and Thri--dty.
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the past three wihit.-rc i aa s-ur vti..s.2
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HAM--at D'Alemberte's .. ,.,
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D)o' 7t buy aijtlhin4 i, 'arzaijn Furnitur. H..-.
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.li trsion Finch's stock.
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stock is complete, and they K:ya-.r L, AIli:anr,-
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i Large Quantites of

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tics, White Goods and Printed

| Fabrics, bought for Cash. We U

are in a position to make close i.

(:j prices just now; but owing to ('

fI the continued advance on all ["

(j kinds of Dry Goods we shall ;.

be compelled to advance our i,

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Save Money


By Buying your :,'

4.> 0* Domestics Now.


Lonsdale Bleached Cotton .. 9c yard

Masonville Bleached Cotton . 8'_.c yard *

:0-4 Sheeting, best brand . 25c yard

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Jmack lc ,a' ..s a-llc'l:11.ai n-'Ihimia-
,i1a-ith ~a st~art. -1Iwleg your jiar-
d10n,. lm.ln' W''li'M'Ii. -1 'csjIlsan ANtat
no-alithing lI u htLintiarak-e'oreeia ll sparing
tat 11.13'4.7. WoIlfirhd-l I!U1a'S toa tec hung
mp E ke lahi- just when yaau'e wanNAtttl'
".Nv'v. '- i~m~.Old lman.'' sal the' 1ad-
jum UtYtt.''tai'. itinAle istitt I- li ew14''
.-r tires arnothe'r t'hot. 1-maair ruta'fl'
t-LOOet lug lj.1S 1la'-a'i 3D V3 aaetil'r
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dlier can lead 'em anywhere, they say."
"Yes, they'll follow him -with
bricks," said the lieutenant. "I was in
a ship once on the west coast that car-
ried a band. and the seedee boys asked
that all the instruments might Ie stop-
ped except the druin. A taste for mu-
*o- is natural to tlhrn. like curly hair.
lnvc ever,. t1o get lack to the charm.
l'l.- p- r 1)old inat-r. .x-!io tirnily 1e-
l:-.ve( i'i the tfl:if.. Iian d Ul praini,-e
to a- rry it. ...) I'v- k'1, t it in the
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FOR AN INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL.
Education of Poor White l oys to
lie l)lscuassed.
HiT -rsvII .I, Ala.. March 3.-The in.
tcreet that has been awakened in the
technical education of the poor white
to ys of the south has induced the offi-
ca.;s of the southern industrial conven-
t on to dev,'te one .iay < f the Chatta-
I: ) z.'a :e:-ting of tali,: oooy, to be heid
avy ;1. Next. to, the consiaer.tion of

It wi.l be sought to concentrate the
buiniese! sentiment of the so'utn on a
Fracta'al plan for the establihLtant of
a it :ii.olo(gial .Fchool ar sornie central
;..'ait nat will Ineet tie r- quirements of
it:( I, >,;er white cases ai the sourh in
,r 't'r a: better fit th:em to earn a living
in iid'utri:tl chrannei
Hn. 11 '..zk HIfcaell of A'a:ita and
lion. I;n 1' Hullnt ofI Hliuntv ':.e will be
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('Cri, br tfe.l e .T r AeW'tta'.
('(1 i '.:!;IA, S. ('., Narch 3 After a
:r;al ;ast;iig sX days C S Matthews,
L. B. Frici:, J J. Frick, P. Connor,
Jobn ,C(inur,. 1) J. Dehart and John
u :u:,r, aii prtmi-nent farmers of Lex-
in*-ton. were acquitted of the assasieua-
t:ou of Pa:rick Bowers, a wealthy land
owner, on July 14. last. The case was
senlia'tnal and tne public is not satis-
fied that justice has been done. Tne
tuen were neighbors and Bowers had
refused them certain concessions in
passing through his land. He was shot
from ambush. The dispensary closed
during the trial to prevent trouble. On
being reopened it was taken charge of
by the acquitted men, who "treated"
their supporters.
Negru's Slayer Acquitted.
Coi.-mrBI,. S. C., March S.-Conductor
F. IH. Hursey, who killed a negro on his
train at Pinewood two months ago,
about which there was nearly precipi-
tated a raoe war, has been acquitted.
Tno jury was unanimous before leaving
their seats. Tue plea was eel; defense.
When the negro was killed the towtc
marshal arrested Ifursey and the ne-
groes talked of lynching. He was be-
friended by whites at Pinewood and
then taken secretly to jail at Clarendon.
Negroes threatened to burn the town
and kill Hlor.ey.s friends. Fifty re.
peatiug rifles were rushed tothe whites,
while the nearby militia was kept under
arms. It was three days before quiet
was restored.


1Mrs. IRoosevelt In ('ubrt.
Nrw YoizK. March 3 -Mrs. Theodore
Roosevelt will start on Wednesday next
ior a trip to Cuba. She intends to make
a personal inspection of the homes, the
homeiife. the opportunities and condi-
ti.ns of the people and tospend a month
in her studies. Mrs. Roocevelt Will be
one of" the first Amuerican women to un-
dertake such an investigation and it is
not improbable that the results of her
observation will evantua!ly be commu.
nicated to the federal government. Not
alone because of her husband's promi.
nence, but because of her own individ-
ual efforts in behalf of humanitv. her
report wilt receive deliberate considera-.
tion.
Assnalted by N-ern Robber.
BIiT:MisNaAM. Ala March 3.-Charles
J. Knighton. a well known contractor,
was held up and assaulted by an on-
known negro at Seventh alley. Mr.
Knighton, who is a man of many years,
was unable to resist his assailant and
was thrown violently to the ground.
In the scuffle he succeeded in hiding
his money before the negro got it The
robber secured 25 cents and a watch
He then wilfully shot Mr. Knighton in
the leg. inflicting a painful, though not
dangerous wound. The robber made
his escape.
State Y. M. C. A. Meeting.
M ACON. March B.-The Young Men's
Christian association convention will
meet here on March 22 instead of March
l~. as was first announced.
For Over FIfty Years.
MRA. WiNHtLOW'S BOOTWTIN MYRUP hap
bh-en u"ed for over fifty year by nm!lions ol
n,,th-rs for their children whil.. testhhn<.
with pvrfct aucoesa. It sooth'-s the chlia d.
qoftens the gums. allay all pain.cures wind
coie. and tq the best rpijneady for Iliarrh-.tta.
it wilI relieve thtn poor little. tilT'reri .nI-
nrdliat-ly. Hold hy Iru;gi-t. It a.' -i
vart of the world. Twenty-v,- c,. 't- '-
tie. B i Tsur- and a-sk for 'Mr. 'Vi-.4r4,
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In rat of aoli, St-r linrg Si ver :a4id
HR.:a r'i Kniv
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Sfuudsomne i rlor' xsiteit.
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T hey cumre in 48 hours the
same diseases without anyincon-
rvaience. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS


A (Child's Essay' on Seals.
After giving th, natural hiV.ory of
the naninls. a little s :rl drew hier
ii' ra I. "-It is -. -iV cri'lt ." s. al sl.e. "-to
kill s-ealt ji.:-t ; ..; u'e we want t.) vat:
thl'ir skins ,.::.; lI-. s. I,ut it is irathr


KIDNEY DISEASES

are the motfatal ofalldis-
eases-

Em V KIDNEY CURE Is e
rULE 6earatdad Remedy

or money refunded. Contains
remedies recognized by emi-
nent physicians as the best for
Kidney and Bladder troubles.
PRICE 50c. and $1.00.


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tilua'.-ithl-a'' -":lteit'S'' '.0 rand belao .sir-
paaso I hr ii'.-r] ::141n woualld he c'iun-oly
11Ildti-4'1 wthh solalar or '..ilb lpure tin if
tia pit-(, 4.. 11 tao a51-. for aar i 4-arv tin-
elalialc' (!ass'lait't. Iwss reapro-
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--rother Eigh-Grade Whiskies.zz&

PROPRIETORS OF THE OFFICE SALOON.



H. H. WICKE.


Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter.

No. 6 South Palafox Street.
All Kiud on. Pluinbiug aud Oas Fitting' Materials Kept on H J


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CRONIGS SALOON

o--DEALER IN-o


Imported and Domestic Wines, LiQuors and Ciar.
JUG TR ADE A SPECIALTY.


Co ner Rdlmont and Devilliers St-.


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1Horme IntiainK on the Stnire.
In wi:i' ; i .s i.' t i 'r-ts 41) run at
full pwod. Ti'l y r''.i. I ih wtvr. not Ion
t!.-. l'S ed S:'*.IL,. l tr a 1 \.1 % .hat n asiy v I .
':i.; .r lI e1:-lli. 4 11: ll-. i:,;;'-I kk '-e- tIo he 1 orsa s
l' front of ti:,, l..of:-' for lonrig, r ear
*':': ; or *:* <. : i ,'!I as th: y are
1 \''\ l ,ii'i"!.i ly aIr sI' l ly. A |i<'k t
I''f .r' i':;; a>' I'- v.1 ,- ll t1,Is H l i lu n'il '' ;.i l
t,4 1 c .. tot 1n ly 11 4ika s II( .s-II ln"
tlip ('t I ;o ',"' lat 4t 1!;'," l In ia '. tlhe' Z'.aI''lale
vIora rer:alisltic : 1t al: h 'l s the iiecli:'.ii-
i'-r oi f l4? Tr'e: (*(t);;i'n'l't in ;11rt!. Ir" \\ yty ;'to :t to
tt.>' i.,'' t 1,'y 1 'i l ii. aild in opp#'- it:on
tip th,1 dir.- tin,,n ,1 f tL. 'horsr, s ;>!lil SO
h1le, n h t thI1-ir ,,'ppai r',' -! ',''el.
I to *0 ,.' "-' 1i1's ilt:i':le lvy tihe fr.i t-
f:ll- of I "-* 1 h,' to !;.'.n ArIl aI tlq III :!I
|):;sS i I iU'- a i ll:t > -liair st k .-a- th.iy
2!Frl 1 ,1 a. i; e I II. a!-dr! I 11l". .r4s (of
41. i .. r !.:1 il ita tio n s
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or v, !;!I %\'' r t o -' (,' o 'i Ii ti y 1 ,1: l'. I, ].
T'rI y :17 -' 1 -, ; i e: '. r I;tI,'!y IIin 'Ii-
fi'r lIre-'al lly rp\ Ilvi in a; : 1. yli!th'r \%% l :
1i ;s pi-',- t; ,i!l:i r f: oin ti ne' sIrf:i<'e.
"l'h.se pI,: 's ar, ;rrnt'a .>,rn llko the spurs
o;in a L.:n. l organ roll]a I. tao iilit:ltt trot-
tiln-. _,illoing; or wolkin;g wheti sriruck
a t ginst other substlStaniues. If the sound
of ai ca:rria ge is to lae alnIl'-l to Il'"
traminpliig of horses., wheels are run en
sain.-Cassell's MNagazine.


"1 think I would 10o aIr.ezy with
pain were it not tfor ('t',;tiii-rlain'!-
Pain Halm.' write. Mir. W H. S;;,-
pl-ton. Hf-rininie, Pa. "I have hoea-
afflicted with rhtiuati-in for several
year and h-ave trie-d rpein-di e- witlh-
,>ut numnbe-r, but Pain Ia:ilm i- the-
bec.t nle(dicinei I hav- 'ot hold a1of."
I For sale by Hainnah Bro-., "-' S. l'al-
afox street.
I will repair your watches and
jewelry in first-class style. J. I.
Stephelns.
Medical M4tciety. Atentiman.
There will be a regular mrne-tin', ,f
the Pensact'l'i Medi-ral So-'i t;' a'
th- BIoard of Hpa ti off ce at
a',,sok p. m. Tuesday, Ma;( e, : 1 aud
27: 'i.
Vi;-itinz phy.:ician4 are 'ordi:ill
invitAd t.) at'pend.
I). W. MCMIL.LAV. MT. D.,
J'r4,-.ident


Kencrctiir -


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OF PL2N8ACCLA. FLA.


WM. H. KNOW LES. W. A. !)~. F. C. 11NENT, WV. K. HYER. J"
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LW''.VE. dr-awv ur aawu .'i BiI-)f'4 charuce on (ireat BrItain. Irelurs
G ru' an:,-, l"v~zci.,Au'-trij. tItaly, .-W llawl'. kOpai, PA*Igiuvi. Rusahi, N
way, liwudeii. Dexruiark wid other European c.untries.

VWF'VPie1eii Dis;bnrged upou the, Most Favorable T-3:-rs, arid V- 7
Obligdtilorvs Tal-n lPayahle at 11ort of Do-t.tj;ation Ten or Fifteen
afte!' Voi,4,3eArrives there.

LW'Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent In Connection
writh which we have a Private Apartment for the Use
of Ren teir.


Telephone No. 147.


Cold Weather
Coming. .Snd ,
order-s and l.-t o- till your bin h-f.r--
cold -nap arrive%. We' will -erild y,.
LesNt notal y vu can procur- for elth.er it-
or he-ating purpos.a at r-'a itn l.atle pr -


DIompPsoP, Olser) 9 o
Ib'alers in

Coal and Wood.
SOfflcranil I ardl; 8. K Corrinr Z/r r. -
anid Rallroad Stra .-t.


McMillan Bros. Co.s


lCoppersmiths, !


General Metal Workers;

. ../IL, ( Mafacter f d Headqmarters fr e T


; Celebrated McMillan Seamless Turpentine Slill. !


IC hu k t g 0 9 f i t s a w i uP o n a n C a nd Irel n d o n b m ga l u t r u ,
MOBILE, ALA.




":,OJOH N PXJRD)Y,-

Foundry ~ lYlachine Shop'

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1-.ndoriel lby all lyi la--a- .-


Geo. Pfeiffer,


Agent,


PENSACOLA.
Try It. OIn Tan at all SaLoun~


Pensacola. F!i.


P\l-:I;\-< <'.\1-T'IN..< L.-M!;Er 'RI'TR'CK-4. S\IA.LL.,
(< ir V! .-e'-. .,.l. sa. l r.I ,-1'i Pu .l -... I ia'itz-r. HB,,xe.-, :
I f-S 't 4r--.l t )rder i, Fi'r-t-Cia--, W orkuim like M:tiLLn r I .
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Dealer in Machinery, Fittings and Supplies fa;r
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Vlcn's. Ladies'. Misses*
Children's at reduced
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We are prepared to welcome our
Snhome and visiting people to see our
Spring Line which we are recei:r-:
:-j rapidly.
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most tasty line of Ladies' Shirt Waists
in all colors and prices.


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