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PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 6, 1900.


VOL. 30.


NO. 27.


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le: e tatei at- n-reryv extendedd
ItLi l;;A ie a:)p.icatuL;e to 1 ri .<',;;
:.A- (u'igrress ;.a j u.ive p wer to
4av a c i.e0t atles. cIutle, IuIpJSrtS
ALI'U x **:.s. t> pay5 the (l*bt;s ant pro-
vice :ur tme t(omLiUln de:enoe anial (;ez-
erai we:are o: ie Ul'itel .-rates. but
a da;, in.ports aLd exies .balib e
unuf *ra: ittuuriu,.u, the Unit-.. S;ate..
*"No ciapiati;a r otier direct tax
shall be laid un.nsa in Iroporilon to the
census or enutueratiou hereitbefore di-
reoted to be taken.
"No tax oir duty shadl be given byany
regulation of commuir:e or revenue to
the ports of oue s'ato .,ver those or an.-
otner; nor shaha vesso s bound to or
from one st*te be oun.ied to enter, clear
ur pay duties in asuoter."
The awunJment.i i as follows:
"'And it s hereby enacted that all dn-
tlle, in>')mis' and eztses irnposed or
1-vi:el. lavi or 'o..e.'tit by congr.as upon
P'rito R.co (.r atuv ;- iKoces or businhs-i
;hereoi r i. r i! -, n to said P (rto it'o
Laia l *fe u itfrr r1 wi S.n ai. uat:es r 1in-
poets aud ex e;:-o laid fnd col.ectedl
tbr ughtIut Mte Unitei ';:.ates.
"JuLLna capaitaioo r oT:inr direct
tax *-u .i b- .aid by concre tlu or u;nu
P 'rito Ki unless in Tr,,p 'rtion to the
tuAu *r renunl*mration urectei, to te
raaerz ty' the iconsiuTun.
"**Ttat n t1 x or lu v rbtall ite ;a*,i on
atrt t t-s t;i r'e: r,,tn. '",rito l ., )
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FOR PHILIPPINE CONTROL.
ImP ICt 1 pIolts li l`aVur:.sty I pou the
(pootInIr Illll.
WaciiiNiiow, Marrcu 3 -The senate
coniuntree on l'hi.ippines decided today
to report the bitl introduced by Senator
Spoouer of Wisconsin for control of the
l'h'l:pp:ni
Senator l, aigue madep the report to the
senate. ne bin is as foiiows:
"Thlat when ail insurrection against
tre sBvereignty and authority of the
United States in tie Pailippine islands
acquired roi'm u.-ain by the treaty con-
e urej at l'.rts Dec lu. lb*'., shall have
t etn cuiup.etey snup;ires.ed by (ue mill-
tary an] naval forces of the unitedd
.-a,'e. ai ui.itary. civil ana judiclai
p .wer nieesarv to govern the said
is.audos 'hal. antil otherwise provided.
by congress. be vetted in ench person
and prsonis. and shail be exercised In
such it.inner as tne president of the
I'nited States shail direct for maintain-
:ng anud protecting the iubhabitant of
esid t anude in the free enjoyment of
their iLterty. property and reiionua."


Aesigneld to Manila.l
ATLANTA. March 5 -Major Edward
Si)rav who was chief commissary of
. tn* ,.,-nartment of the gulf. has been
*1 ir,-cted to pr coed to Manila. where he
; i wi bei--me chieK commissar or tnede-
S :- ,arttnent of toe Pacific. During his
Srcsuhien'i* f several months in tn;s city
Ma-or 1ravo matie many friends. who
wi., d ',u't.ess tase pleasure in watching
his m vements.


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(t bilmn s-.leloattle.
StMlii nPE Cu:i:. March .' -Gen-
eril e.ectuons were heJd throughout the
republic yestersav. Perfect order was
ciainuaned. The returns indicate that
iae Lioerals are in the minority.

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UNITED STATES HAS


EXPENSIVE LUXURY


Dry Tortugas a Hotbed of

Yellow Fever.


HAS COST AN IMMENSE SUM

NAvil .I luih r iri-s Assonished to It.--
(-v.- ()-lr., to Vithdiravw All Mst,
1ly April l-'-~ rt .1 11 rsun Will II -
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\Vt.A :(:.,:tO. Mar -h b.-Naval r.1'-
-" t a i..iv-' ten i-i,(ounlt icd this week to
e.-;ii ta: trt-y i:i v have no rigluts at
1.'V- : iUL.e, w a~ere a .unl of oer
r- 'JJ iio De"iu expendeil in the *aMst
-ai 1:1 .s-t.b.i-nin, a c' os 1iig sta: i,;t
ti. r n-Ie/.vous ,immand:ug tne southJ-
,:- atiti ut1; coast at the West lulles
an:! w'l-rte li-re is now being rapitly
0.1t. t.ea es abhineut of what is
~, :ats the mosti strategic b.-- D b-
'.wvrtu tle Cues.tpeake and Cenitral
A ;, .,;;.
A: l,,rtunWiA te army ha-i ore'-lei
-.e i1u-t :urlllidAbie irtifieations souLU
,. M .r)e. Lu tihe station was deemed
ioma utrious% andi several years ago was
turned over to the quarantine service.
WtVeu Cervera's fleet left Spain the
president promptly had Fort Jefferson.
at Tortugas. garrisoned to hold as a
naval base, thereby enabling the blhck
a.ie of the northern shore of Cuba to be
umainaine,.
Since that time the naval contrac-
tors have been coutinualy engaged tu
cunpleting th- great seaion, which
under naval discipline and eBfiUent
umetiouss:na, b-en made as healthy aa a
anip at sea. btsides being kept in tele-
"-'phic coUmmouicaton with Washing
ton.
u ior toe circumstances Secreta.:y
L was iastnianed the other day to
rrce.re an i licial comtuunication froit
tie treauury department notifvyng the
Lavv to s;op worx and get itA men away
trn "lortugas by Apri 1. as surgeon
o.':teral WVyman of the marine hospital
service was looking for a good deal of
yeiow fever aui bubonic plague this
spriutg aud nd,1 to use Fort Jefferson.
whuln cost (.O uu,UJou. al a pest house.

FUNERAL OF THOMAS REED.
\%a O.de-st tlixz-n 1nnd Oue of the
I'loIl-pro of AllIilna.
ATT.A^ r. M1ar'rh 'i.-The funeral of
T1"hi.lma 1..--,i oi 6t, Trier street c -.
curre at ,.,l.and cemetery this after-
niin1 Heli was probably the oldest citi-
z*-n o_ A'iatita, havig come here driv-
inIg a ti"'a'.'o wagon irom Ni r:n Caro-
hlin:t in 7 For ;e years au'i up to
1".:;0 no was an el.iloye of thte Vtinietllp
m.a-niae wrrks, retiring ou account ot
is auivali-eri age.
lie anled in th" construction of the
fir.t cotton t res ever male in the state.
. nie w (%rkiugt at the con:ederate navy-
yard at Nort,.a, n. assisted in building
the Merriiiac, tie first irmuclad warshp)
in the worl.i. Tne Merrimtac was out
at w.,t. :s now the Portsinoniu; navy-
vrini shortly after the outtneak of itne
war.
in omas Reed was one of the last sur-
vivors of the old volunteer fire depart-
ment, Mechi:nics No. 2. Hie was we.l
known througtiout the city, although
for tne iast four years, sino'e being
stricken with paralytsm, he was con-
tined to nis Lomue almost entire y.

LONG TRIP FOR A HUSBAND.
Arkansa i|*siden M lkes i).Dtersinlaed
l-.lort Vor llilpirert.
Ct'l.V'BnA., S. C. March 5.-Miss
Kittle Swamu o' Batesvile. Ark did
not believe in "masterly inactivity" for
women F'ive years ago she met S M-
But er o: Dancan, S. C who was then
residing temporarily in Araanas. They
.ave miuce carried on a correspondence
and marriage has reunited.
Miss Swamin made the long journey
frclni her western home alone, arrived
at But.er's home and they drove into
Greenvil.e anti to tue hro* of Ivv. A
J S Tnomas, D D, >iitor or The lap.
tt iourler.
Tier washed the knot tied then and
there in tbI carr.a e standing in tue
-treet. bu l)r. "inowan was opposed to
;r,-cedintcs so unatl;nit'ie'l. and made
!in:. :rive to a hotel, where tue cere-
mnuv wa p,-.r:rinSed.

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DURHAM Cigars are & i,,- A ;irn-h i. N
the finest 5 cent smoke. K.n -and Ce -lndeWall Poper
Try them at D'Alem- i''"-. Fe'11 Wadl Papprs. Full iin
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-CHARC:S ARE UNFOUNDED.
Seereorry Iong i) Oiscredlts All.gistloia.e
Conerreing Charlesiou's (lic-rs.
WASJiNOTOT,. March 5.-Beside di-
recting Rear Admiral Watson to make
a thorough investigation of charges of
intoxication preferred against officers
of tihe wrecked cruiser Charleston. Seo-
retary Long has written to the person
maMing them, requesting that he spe-
cally Daizm the officers guilty of the
alleged offense.
The secretary is inclined to believe the
charges are without foundation, as they
were sent to the department from Bul-
garia. Instead of being preferred by a
consul, asi reported, they wer- sent by
a clergyman. They were very general
in character, and failed to give the
name of any officers.
Rear Admiral Watson has been fur-
nished with a copy of the communica-
tion from the clergyman and wi, make
a strict inquiry. It is supposed by de-
partment officials that the clergyman
must have got his information from an
enlisted man who had a grievance
against the Charleston's officers.

AGRICULTURISTS TO MEET.
'rcretIay #ilsona Imavited to oSiothernl
ltllistrlal Convention.
WAsnTNTONUS, March 5. At Fort
Thompson, the secretary of the cham-
her of commerce of Huntsville, Ala.,
and also secretary of the southern in-
dustrial convention, extended an invita-
tion to Commissioner of Agriculture
Wilson to attend the next session of the
industrial convention, whioi will be
he.d in Chattanooga May 8 to 11. and
at which all the commissioners of agri-
cnlturesof the southern states are sup-
posed to be present.
Tne Chattanooga meeting will con-
sider four leadingg matters of interest to
the south, via.: Education, agriculture,
commwertal expansion and the race
problem. The latter will be discussed
by prominent memares of both races,
anti enrrely as it relates to the indus-
trial future of the south.
Mr. Wiason has promised to attend
the meeting if possible.
Al-b.talllt ('Irltliatfs Active.
Pi1M;iIIHAM, Ala, March 5.-The
guLernator il race is completely shad-
owed by the senatorial campaign. The
candidates, however. are working hard
and are gptt; ig around the state. Mr.
John W. TOt.-UUU Lu Si making ( very
active rac-e and expects t) go to the con-
ventuon with a strong vote. ab.e to 1e-
cure the nomination on tue second or
tnard t ii ot if not on the first. general
.m-.iey oxltects to go into ine conven-
tion with enough votes for e!ectioi on
toe riist !allot. Coitreesuian Je-u-e
StAlIi:lg says. oejvnly that he goesto tlit
coOUvCiit'!q with enough votes on the
'.rt b'i,lo: or election. Mr. Charleas
V'.ier i not so certain a' to n.tuiia-
rt 'no rth irst i ba loi, but says ian t ie
13 ;a th- rate
I,'.etrie t',wr I' or \ ...hlngton.
WVA' -:l',<;rN, Ga., March 5 An en-
terpr p- wuich will mean munh for
\\ a-Initi.;: ', is on fcot. Antriony shoat)s.
ii.' iil.e- :romrn hero. which has a 4.,7't-
hi r-e;,p wer. is to be itirnessed and that
p iwer elb-'ricallv trant-mitted to Wash-
ington. It is given out on guod an-
tnhrity thit the Georgisa rairoa I is at
tre bac ( f the enterprise ant General
.antager scott's recent t'isit here prac-
t'ianvy atirnme. this belief. The power
broug:it here wiil not only build up
Washiniton, which is already the best
paying towu the Georgia hAs on its
linhue, but ronm that same source wtil
come an electric rai.road whicn will cir-
(uit tne county and act as a feeder ti
the GUdoria. __
To E.-cap" Lynbcing.
I IMINGHAM. Ala., March 5.-J. B.
Cainpbeli, the insane man who killed
the nsgro prisoner and attacked the
-hertff in the C'ilton county Jail. at
C.auton. has been brought here and
lauded in the city jaiL He was tracked
to his home after the terrible assault on
the shersff. For fear that a mob might
ivnn him. he was hustled to Birming.
ham on the fast train. The sheriff of
Jefferson c< unty con.d not receive the
prisoner, tuere being no papers for bhs
incarceration but a ceil was furnished
it thb city jail, and he is being closely
watched.
N,-wtpaiper t haiag,-s.
M<,'\Tr'rMryT, Aa. March 5-There
have been two important changes in
Anniton newspaper circles. Foster F.
Stockton editor ,f Toe Hot Elast. the
morning paTer for several yetrs, has
thought a ha.t interest in Tr.e Evening
Star. andi beco:,' its business manager,
while l'. !R. sord.n wnl be editor.
Gordon and Stoca'ton have bought if
Dr T. W. Aver.- T'ne We.k-v R-rub:l-
an. form-r.v toi, J.:ckwnviie Repub;;-


*'in. and wl. ;nu: .;.tn it as we.l as Ihe
Evening Star Tne Repub.:,-ao is i;.l
'-ears o.i au n has ouly cnaugied hands
three times.
\%.It-on Outr f l'o>iil.l.
PrA.r.- \, (; .. Mar'i > --Pu.it :s are
x1ceetan:;,'v 'j itt :n Coff-e county. It
was amus:ng to see t-e i'cpu iat ieiders
)f the cc untv, ,iurn. th" re,.-nr session
,: the sup rr.;r court. trying t'. hibnor
with TToo \Watson. wh) wa-* in attend-
at court Tor the purpose of prosecuting
the McRea murder case. Tney so' n
iaicovered that he was present stric;.y
for busineci and not asa pj.i::'ai orac e
They hive di-c ivered unu:i.takab.y
that Tom Watson has really returned to
the practice of law and tne pursuit of
happiness.

Hunter'- Rye at l:u(-e A' : '-.

Cleaning ladies skirts uni wt;-'-
's one of our specialties. .S:ar L ;u,-
ry.


AN ERA OFCO1iIMISS IONS


Partly Take the Place of Con-
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A VARIETY OF' 1~i NPERUFORIMED.

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jl~'it upiix .1i ':1itt ll i~ttel.' inrif n ifg eiss
',% nul-Il it, awt lw:iin'!, to iiit then' plact-
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S It ,iii prol,, i, t!i t 1!,, l'ort,,
I t[ tari- t t lill % ill pass thi, senate.
I.' ll;p:ir:it;\"in ly there, is Ai iuilih larger
Itsp.uii1lictn lumajority In t-l;.* -.i aite than
in lth, liol. v'. indl the-r iei iit) ;r,: it dll
position, to vote agniust th,. hill. al
though a nuritler of It,-puhli-anis do;
int like tihe- idea of Il.vying n duty on'
PoT'rto Rican gutasl".
I A .lo5se poll of tht- .-ii nt.- shows thtu
Quay will be s-at-l t y St, v s' n majority.,
I rather think it will bo t-tloie-r than
that, istt be lha th. vt.s o ,-ino, ssary.
A .m rn-t W. lU).Yx.

\V l havi -aved ( many do ctor bills
since' we be";ain u-ilig ('ht.;in#herlain'
Cu'n.h ei Il-ll'dy ifn IinI hll ,111t W0
k#- -p a hi),ttle pin ip all ti- tii'ie and
wh.-nicvt-Vr any of Iny f'-iiily ,or iny-
i-11t t-gin tti .iearchl tfiol. wi- litin to)
It- thil ('at hit; ltTiri-dy. .a il s, a4 ra -
-ult we- xi-vo-t-r iiatv- to ii- :aw t :y for
ai d oi toirr anlsi insiir a l r.i r Io 't,'tor
bl ll. f. r <'l:I;I ,II -rl IthI'- ( "',uzlI Rom -
- t.inly ;i Il t licit *,f ,r,:it illn -rit and
Sws'rtii.-11 S. vI-:.\1:!' >-.. i ..--n-ral
NM ., (!l],ant ;and arti' :' r. M, atti-. Red.
Sf iti l cOi'unty. 'Pa. F'Ir 1l- tVy H [n-
n.iaht r...,. 21 Sntlh Palafiox -treet.

WIrAr t.relary In Florila.
TAvIA, Fla., March .5 Secretary
Root and party are still at Port Tampa
Secretary Root inspected the forttfloe-
tions at Egmont K-.y ypeten-ray. and
was p:e..s-:d wita tue worse Today be
has ie0na lo )Ling over tue shirpin fa-
Scii')i,. at Pi.rt lanpa. where tle army
l.r uli. was emit,arked, and found
ILu b to :nteri-s-t hint


-r I t'.1. '.rI-'. Two streeIi
rir-,. ;. ..,; izI;:i a w\vrn.'e aboua
ir r-i,.4- ,iu'i a ''l:cnlanll hatd to interfere
;TAi arre-ir tneii hltvh T ihe episode oc-
id v -itermay ;ttrunotrn <,n -.11arettn
-:hite., nt-ar toue corner if Eroaid. Tnai
ti:etcners were Jark M\ioinier, of no
sect; or creed. and George Ueraid, a mis-
iunUary Baptisl.
for Bull't 4urwh byrup furnishes s n.st sub-
rnitl 'riiT.fi,rt tainl, r'-'i-f t r 'to ro ii-unip-
Sti : I t work tna(-t r -iunil kh a l,' cure-.
I-,,'t '1. -- _lr. H.- .f cntl i-rtti-' Iv tih* hld.
it ,-tr. i- i ,)-itl- a.li tI I- xinder-tfi

I ttlai s <'aptalin lio Trosible.
N;.w .i)lt.ANs. Marcni 5 -A bench
warrant wa- reteiv-d to,;ay :tir Julius
Moyse, the bo uo Captain CLars fr o
C:inton, La Moy-e got a draft cashed
there anli beat lh.* firm who acronimo-
d.ate I him Ite LCl'nioun rase i1 a strong
one anSi if iMovse e.'ape-s counvcsioe
here be will be turned over to tue CIlla-
ton au: norties.
I- 4.a, )lay IH. Pr-lsitent.
MAI:,;: ETTr. Mich. March 5.-Jobh
M. EH.mn, former general manager of
tue Like Superior and Ishpem.ng. who
two years ago went to Savannah tolke
vice presidency and general manager-
ship iof the Central of Georgia, so, a
crdinug to advices received here. to be
promoted to the presidency of that roLd.
IHe amieftl ilit swaireonae.
All -"nr- t hli It'r.i'k ifam ilton.
**, \'.-? .l. Tfor.,,n. (I.. ftor su-ff rlni
I- t;'<>ntr.. frtm I;-ftzil Fi-',,l:,, he
Swiiil alL- ni l,--- t.
' ',f w ih liv- i,,n.-f- ,,f lt;hii kl-n's
.\ ;ni,-. iS lv.-. t -Sitr -' l'* -'le- -iir'n,

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Who is Rader?

He's is the Furniture
Man.

DURHAM Cigars have
no eqUal. For sale at
D'Alemberte's.

Your Credit is Good
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n, Io PN,,,'-r H; rjwr,;fi 1g ''ie by u p-to-
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by patronlizing J. E. Rfo~m ").. No.
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2 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, MARCH 8,1900.
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EMPLOYMENT OFPPI I.
Ring up 382 or call at the office.
11 North 'alafox street. when in
need of a carpenter. B. D. Hoffman,
Business Asetet a4dJoirers' Union. will furnish you
with the desired help on short no-
tice. n25tf
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.gMabbiagx iat .Mueo.
MACos, March 4.-Dave Garrett is I-
rested here for stabbing Henry Lamber-
ton in the back. Lam certon claims
that he was stabbed from lenind
by Garrett. The row started at Car-
roll's Lar. a notorious pl.ce near the
Southern <,epot. rne men quarrelled
there. but peace was restored ana Lam-
berion ha.l rarteq home After lie had
crossed tne bridge he wai car. Garrett
made -4 e eiape. Lauibero : vwad taken
tO the city hospitaL
HOTa *.hoon Hlil ?;ter.


CAIPoFr. S. C March 5.-An inquest
held over the body of Henrietta Carlos.
10 years old. resutled in the evidence
that tne girl wa s sitting by the fire
when her brother. John, aged 11 years,
shot her in toe lack ot the neck with a
parlor rifle the bullet entering the
brain. Tne girl feil forward into the
tire. Toe boy claimie- the snootibg was
accidental and tint jury gavc him the
benefit of the doubt.
A Lyielhihng Parry.
CoLr'Mr'A. S. C.. March 5. Twc
bodies ot armed men are hunting fox
John Wilson. a negro, who attempted
assault on two young girls. operatives
of Tucapaw miil. Spartanburg county,.
There are 1oO in each party, and he will
be lynched it caught. There are very
few negroes in Spartanburg county. It
has been years since an attempt of this
kind has been made.


RANGES


All Connected
Ready for Use
for...


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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.


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No. 3 S. Palafox Street.



James Hugh es'


Boiler Uforks


Steamboat and Sawmill
Work a Specialty.

steam Boiler-. Tank- aTik d S-,' t Irir::
Work Mlanllufacturfl d a i t.e-
paired. Pie,. Fittiu g- it
All Kir.d-.
0S to 813 Sen, 1 Palafa Str.
lr.<' ;;,," T, 1, ; ':". ; '*( '.


PENXA COLI. .


THE HEINE ACADFMYeF 1r usi 13.

MISS EVELE.E N1. HEINEE. Prr.'cipa1.
MISS IDA PIAGGIO. Assis'iant.
Volcet 4 4j 4 4 V4 11 .-1 1 Plan I *
:~ie i a SOt 4. i' 1 aI ltO Ni,41!.1I.:

Best Patent Flour.
Ouer Lo! rd I so.,Itll
Patent" ms t1.,c best ,K'ur t/,a
mn be/r"'oleib ai'
"all.-
For~fC! .Ue .dix one ol,
tie best T'a~~tFoods on
tie ?Yuzrkt..
.111 made by The 0. E.
Stanward .4t1 (i' C. and fur
sak eyiNew Orleans Grro-
cery Co.-


Phone 105.


M'HUGTH.
Proprietor.


New R.ilroad l In Arkansas.
HOT SPRINGS. Ark., March 5 -Hot
Springs is jubilant today over the ar-
rival of a train yesterday on the new
road, the Little Rock, Hot Springs and
Western road. The track has been laid
within a quarter of a mile of the termi.
nus anti the whole town was out to set
the new train.
l1I.1nk at Hlue Id;--".
ELv lin(G;E, Ga., March 3.-Mr. J.
IL Carter of Florida, but who has been
in New York in the banking business
for two or three years, has located here
and is estab.ishing a bxnk. Such an
institution is needed here, as there is a
large scope of country which is very ill
coventenc'-d on account of the distance
to the nearest bank.
Doesn't Travel For Fun.
Iar frw):i lecin;g the g;re:':t :autocr::t,
thle arbiter of tlinis of mI;:ituIe, tihe
preshdelit of a1 railwav'4y systeni. Ie it
g:' N i:hi a c('iilsli !'r.tiont for *v 'rythiin .
1v11ry anra.nidtnt. l:ir;z teir snt::!N:; every
t'cC'(rr'l''l'e liy \ lh(iceh tl.e r. ad is to lose
a dollar or to itiake a dollar. copies to
tile notice ,f the president. 1The sue-
('c's5 ful lh:i'l of a railrn.al Is the o(ie
wvlho cfn-ih :s t ,'!e ]ct4 I-'.'. lie is tlet
1i1,1t W \vlio I::l];cs the irll ,t. and l Ie is
t il :I an who,'1 h1is t'.I face tile llusie at
the (diriectirs"' Iie'ttitiI.
Wltenii you see the bright, smooth
running trav,,lin p;il:laces of the rail-
way president trail along Ibehind
t!,e l n: string of l.asen.ger coanchies,
yoiu occu:pant I!ais lnot the softest snap on
er'rth. Y"' 1.in :i0fo rest a~'sured tihat
if le Is a SuIsuces in his sphere he is
not tr:ivelini. fir fun.-Ouiaha World-
lier;ld.


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CASTOR A T
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bcu;i A L


Bears ture o


*,..s Wyck For V.ee Pre-ellent.
ul-Smellint oNEW YORK, March 6 -An Albany
Fou -Sm eling correspondent says David B. H11a's


Catarrh.
Catarrh is one of the most obstinate
diseases. and hence the most difficult
to get rid of.
There is but one way to cure it.
The disease is in the blood. and all the
spra s, washes and inhaling mixture.;
in the world can have no permanent
effect whatever upon it. Swift's Spe-
cific cures Cttarrh permanently. for it iS
the only refmtedy which can reach the
disease and force it from te blood.
Mr. B. P. MeAllister. of liarraodsburg,
Ky., had Catar:rh for years. lie writes.
**I could see no improvement whatever
though I was constantly tr.-atted with spray
a:it! washes, ani differ
iiet inhaling reniedie&-
in f. t. 1 neuid feel thai
each winter I waiwor .
thaihlie ar previous
"-FinsIyK t wa
brought to my n ott el
that Catarrh was a bh ,
di.-ease. and after think.
lug over the matter. I
saw it wasiunreasonablei
Sto expect to t. cured blJ
* remedies which onlI
l reached the surface.
h then decidhd to try
8.-. S.. and after a few bottles w* ,re used. I n,-
ticed a perceptible Improvement. Continum;n
the remedy, the disea-. wa. f,orerd out of my
system. and a complete cure wi- the result,
1 advise all who have thir dreadful disea-ze tc
abandon theirhloca treatment. which ha-snevel
done them any good. and tak, S .S S.. a rem-
edy that can reach the disease and cure It."
To continue the wrong treatment for
Catarrh is to continuato suffer. Swift'O
Specific is a real blood remedy, and
cures obstinate. deep-.euted diseases,
which other remedies have no effect
whatever upon. It promptly reached
Catarrh, and never fails to cure even th
most aggi vated cases.

S.S.S.he 1ood
i. Purely Vegetable, and is the only
Mlood remedy guaranteed to contain nic
dangerous minerals.
Books mailed free by Swift Specific
Company. Atlanta, Georgia.


r It I !r I 1 1 '1 111 lto I :'I' ore ,


!v let. 'FI'li,. i..z I I I I x i' l t Ihut h re
%%- ? In1 t.v iV: t t". I t kw a
c I Ir i )I .4fact. 1 i ?:t I f(lu1 i w r( te4
ciit hur for I lie ,z~loeor I Le' (rUfli-


Nelioulipum Bodies Spirni.
I t Lats Iben k uoI-vu11tor mI .1 :yye.a1rs
tlia t ce itaint-b~uLmis 1, E's l \%. k.re
Piiral ini f iiif.inbt it how. Kimte resel'v.
cil fo~r PIroife.sor IKecler i't he Lirh
4&s;v~i'i1'vytoi) iiva~e tlrtiro:hl t ii !i--
rmorluail511:: pfu'(otftile m j,144 1-ji it 41 tl~c'.
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I"[!)IRI). AND) GUIl" L AN lCO.

A npeting (if the -'tck nold'-!,orf
the Florid a and (OulfItI i rid 'twpally
w~ill be- held at the Ovett(i' f th- v('01:4-
Aii, l~hml, at 12Wc(I-vI,- o4
f14d '4e t.


FOR STEAM I i!Vf,( N'
PENS ACOL2A ELFUZECiIC7T~: 1MUNI '
ItAHzWAY C IP ,'
Trafn'3It-art, I'ensmeoia f-r t-eii v
'darw., 'Palmietto I-each, w er .::
Yasrd ar;(i Fort Parrurios at
'1:"'a.::~arlv a Fort Iarrpm. 1' i.
!ft:fb) a. tn. arrive at Fort )arrjaa~ii'v. I'. 44.4
1 :404 P. Ill. arrive at Fort IVsr-r n: ,
Ai: p. mr. a -r rr.'it t Io-ot Ps i ., rit..'- '
*::'1rpiT. a!' rive 1ht k u. t 11 1 1r7-, ic r- ~ ~r-'r
Tra n bav" Fort Iis," ....for j'e_ so
Colat ;it
7:"' n. natrr.v(- at P :"'' '''a. vi,
t:1~ ,('p .It. r r)ive at It--i :4:b ii In'
':'() 1). 4n. rivp'' t Iit a ~ i
Ill a -rriv eslit P- .',l c., o
Ii iT*.'4 l'ive 1.4 -sza
SU'N"Al tC:' F -
Leavo t ~o. vz, P r ranr a I

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VA RR r 1R wri~t K n~
Penetcols to ,',)rt Farra'is--it. it lr.'-!rn 411
penqmceila to NttVy Yur. F.:.1ir.*,,. r'.1
f'onsacols to i'a~ndetto Ei'exen plnJ 1.'u:':,
PARN Woft sri'41) sy
?cflhefl'2tn art, 8srrablc.44 11.
I arua id rtur't
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Place For Pensac-la
Buyers to Buy

Choice Family


GENERAL IN fANCE GROCERIES


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Real Estate Agents,
P.LNtAOOLA. FLA1.
REPRESENT TWENTY-TWO OF THE
LEADING FIRE. LIFE. MARINE.
ACCIDENT. FIDELITY, PLATE
(LASB AND STEAM BOILER IN-


Cc HC ST sR g mS LUGLISH IURANC E COM PAN IF
ft-m'c ""bdtud~ anmd Iloits
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The Well-Known,
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E. Government Street,


trends claim that the ex-senator will
bead the New York delegation ro the
rantoual Democratic convention. Mr
Hill's fellow delegates a, iiarc, it is
Faid, wi;i co ex-Judge Auau,ta's Van
Wyck cf Brooklyn. Richard Crcker of
Maniattani and Eiward Murphy. Jr..
ot Troy. There hia been talk ot bring-
mr forward ex Judge "Van WVyck for
toe Democratic nomination for vice
president. His presence as a delegate
in the Democratic national convention.
it is believed, might further carry out
this desiga.
N. w Iroei I)* velopnmentt.
MON3Gt'1ERY. Ala., March 5.-The
Iron City Brown Ore company, com-
posed of Anniston. Ala., investors, has
been organized with L Levy of that
city as president. and has purchased
valuable ore properties at Iron City,
east of Anaiston. It has about 15 men
at work already, and will produce about
100 tons per day. The company has
orders ahead for four months.
Indlies Iprisaing.
BENSON, A. T., March 5. Rumors
have reached here that a large body of
Yaqui Indians are headed for the inter.
national line. Orders have been issued
by General Merriamn to the comm tnd-
ing officer at Fort Iluaciuaca to hold
troops in readiness for immediate tield
service to be used to reptl any atternpt
to cross the i:e in'o the United _:ates
Lots of L4grrp '.
TAIPA, Fla., March 5.-It is calc.-
lated that hundreds of persons in this
city are ill from lagrippe. The physi.
cians declare they never saw such an
epidemic o" it as at present.

Bears the The K:rd Youl k e Al'iys Br,.lt
Signature


Do You WVant

To Be Pretty?


RTTEITIOl, LADIES


for Infants and Children.
Cas~torhtiqa on aLariffle~is stib!4ititte 1i(.r ('Citur Oil. Pai,
Contains naeithier Opi-a, i" rp14i~neirv ?or oPthter Natrve.i
rinbstancec. It de4stroys Vt4 ornius and asLv' I4iriltme-
14. cure-; lDiarrhoat a :til WindI Co.lic. It' refic-t1es Trel:-
ing' Troubule-;ztand ctare-4Con~sit~iption,. It re-rualat-4th' i.
$tomnnch anol, Bowvel%. iAvimu- 1wa:lt Ii tyaInatlurattnl, .ct''.
"The Chljirezi's I'.tuce~a-T lie Mother's kFrien~d.
The Kind You Have Always Bought1
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In Use For Over 30 Years.
c.hs HcfsuCOPAN. TVmm v S iVrTrIlr r


Shas. I Turner,


*O-ARCHITECT-Ki-


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General Contracto:

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A Complete Plumbing Department undcr
Management of E. B. More.

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Are you sunburned, No. 19 S. Palafox St.
reddened by heat. florid
-is your complexion


:: Telephone No. J4.


bad? h
We've got the right it Natin
thing for you: l l D


Cream De Beaute.

Highly recommended
for a skin beautifier. It
will remove freckles


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clear and smooth.


PARKER I)RUO CO.
For Sale Only by

q4qqIS' iq qa4cy,
215 south .Palafox St.


Indigestion!

We challenge the world
to produce a remedy equal
to the .J[atchless Mineral
li'ater for the cure of In-


Dyspepsia a(Tn


tll/ formss of Stomach, Bow-
cl Troubles and Skin Dis-
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Grist and Corn m1eal Mills,
19. F. GOtIZ'UaEZ & rO.,Prps
Manufacturers
CHOICE 1FEAL AND) PURE 6 ILoUN 1
STOCK IFEED).
l'ntro--A.z- ome Industry. for there
e-v.r- vryri.4I(.n you '.i:o-ul~d buy your Nt-al and
dr''4"k I'es'd from tlthe H oms-!.tnnufacz:i r-r.
r jv .so doiin oryou envou raige bornse rd -j--
You- n4-)r" flNi ,.4 Jo' ~tlt m thjet coifliUr4fit V
wvl' y''i i ~tur ntsr.,indiro-ctly 4i,'i:sd
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, MARCH 8, 1900.


GOLD DUST.


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CONCRES5;MAN EPPES DEAD.'
Houte 1,82949-4 Resolutions of Rospret
used Agj urns.
WAIMNOTON. march 3.-In the house
--o(j.tv desk of Representative Eppes,
Wil-od:ei iA-E 111gilt. was hung with
crepe and covered with a profusion of
flower-4. iihP@, mes and carnations.
Ine cnaplain, in iiie invocation made
fe-'im: re:erence to his death.
.4r. Hav (,f Virginia then announced
%%.;tti an expres:,ion of profound sorrow,
on the i.xrtot hiniselt and hisamsocictes,
the (;erth of Mr. Eppeq. lie offered res.
ointions of respect and sympathy which
wero u7janimoti-ly-stiopted.
AcOminitteeef I'S members was ap.
pointed by tne s.eaker to act with a
setinre committee as a funeral esetirt. It
incInde-i toe entire Vrginia delegation
in too i-iou.;e and Revresentatives Rhea
of Kentuokv. McCall of Massachusetts.
DeAr:no9d ot Mi-souri, Jenkins of Wis-
con-in, J. 1S. Wilitains of Illinois, Joy
of Xhs6our;. (,L-vtcn of A:ab.Lm&L and
Henry -t)(i Bailey ot Texas.
A 'I -is a iur-her mark of respect
to tLe (ILe,3ased, the ii(,use adjo-arnel


a-ruslon Wool Increased.
CHATTANOWA. March 5. General] THINK IT AN IMPOSITION.
John T. Wilder, pension agent. states -Natives of Cuba Otj-ct to Sanitation
that orders have been received from D-Allif"etioll.
Washington effecting several thousand Dr. John F.
pansioners in every district in the a,.,!ue is iii Memphis. has
United States. Tue giit of the order is juQ,. rtturu_d wi
_71 Jere he has
ti2at in future all pensionem wili receive L-ee--- z,, -,L:- d'irv_-u,,a of the surgeOn
their -pensions from the office in the dis.
trict in which tbey live. Hereafter all genera. "i e. riemter of the United
pensioners who reside in the south wiIi 6-2tes Inariue !2--a-al c.rpq in char.-a
be paid by General Wilder. The order 0.' mid aiz-in'eci-a at Lzauti-
has increased the pension ro.1 about ago' 1laviiaz a_-1 umer FillIES.
$2,500. This lia now psyiug b.ojo Mexi. I:-
carAwar pensions, several pensions of la- ile'11:h Cuba is C'-In-
the ludan ware and one revolutionary ct-l-le I loULAt inat Ouse
rt-n-irlsier, Mrs. '-%'anc.v Jame% 9.5 years IT-", i-oic g o.i ca-e ot. tiieni.;tjives were
of age. tio. stricvvu witti thti nusor,ers 1*culiar
to tll^ count.-Y, aul I linve not L-nown a
TAKING THE REIN-5. FiCk d-tv urziug ti;,3 vear I spetic on the
is-aud.
Tne Aust:iar,, ::;e t- a ;-,dway V ren I first went ther-i I ewild see
tae i-.%.i e'le,-ts f rom i.i tiouriantuent anti
t!!o U10 wtat of pru--er ;ool.
-Ivio ty III Iw "Le-vius yedow fover, we had quite
a g")')(i tleai (A sma pox t_) ticdl WIELI
4 1'.:0'2 f )I. aa4l In V *,,-.Ft ,.-_,rjc wa-i in the disinfec-
T.011 ki, t:Iti !!Iiiti Ai;,hon4o XIIL
t j;. its !littj-V. It '')Iile I-I-) liavaud liarbor on Aprii *4
1: f't' Dirl-t. l1'1*%%" i-1 .1 f-t:,.. 4 \%t) It caa Is ci!Eoi aboard. They
\%t!re I,, tli--, ho-Pital and tua
ti:iluvr
o: Ll 1) 1
Wert) CiO.UlatA A days.
k re becom-
T."I 14.Aud a
In over American oc
ani wuhrefer-
t" 1*[!t enc,, o wii:on is beoig done
to L!ea-t% conditions. Tney
1: d 1, on z h e L,;i3 i to house intipeo-
tiol:; tAj (,hers. and told us
tna: w, ti.3,1 oarselves into their
f couu-" V -tud ilow they could not
even -il ;v I I tit, 1-rivacy of their own
hi 11!tq-, l't-V such luspoctions
W e rt-. 0. r.:u-- thov nad buf-
e'. UIi--r -:I z-u!e. Now. how-
ozi t over, tho I 4.i.)Ix.ti ur ;t rstand tne objecto
lw-! N- and no seri -).i 1 jdc a to our work is
va S I. .. .. ; i, u r;z, d.
ufli-: illo tLi. nni.-)ng theufli-
cer-i inar uli:i,s vvi.i re-nme tiorinal
i siw-)! -.%:z:i r;a work whxh iq to be
:::id P: In-o. 2 121 Iv Prin.-o di ii-it ihii y.eur rud it is cermin that a
:,I. VIO Yery inuca aztir area of the a rivultu-
1, r d I _'T I Wlil be ujuier cultivation
A. is 4!;.I\ ill;; tilk-Ill i'll the thii \ eir 1bin there was last.
T%%i. [Inndy 1114itieket&
T h I ,, I In'"It Drkill;.- (.1111 (if PI-I Atoll- lace lian4likerchief some-
Ilia k :il1.1Ilj.!1lllg :1 tl,4,ttill;; ill vtl!lg 14 tio
tanc.i 91\,1s the w-vuer intich trouble.
Cid dilling tit#- Relml-lit-w) naiionul con- This an:ilyancv (-:in tie doue awav with
rpliti-n. Thv n1,cvs!-nt*3- inoiwy for iturse.., I
been smarititced. j it clie I':js ;n lit.l. gown I sniall pocket
C. W. Winship of California ttiiiiks he in ole jurt side of the jacket or waist.
c:in c;!jiture the dotible to-Iinj reeord foir Thi-s (-a I)o rijaile Other triangular.
tn)tters vitli Gazelle. 2:11'... anl Aster, j soluar4L. op round In shape. The small
2:12'. Tho limsvnt reefird k 2:121.4, held I)It or i;.xt. Is tuckeoll inito this. and the
by BvIle 11ainlin and Honest George. vdr,--vN 1wel) over the top of the pocket.
I Another 10(wki-t doe" away With (tie
Whir-n yoti wantsoniethin_- to lic-al roII;%_- up of tht- handkerchik-f anti put-
-I burn. or it -,orp, or a ctit, why rot till:, it 111) tht. 1,114. .lee C a
try Fai:ner Ba've whiell i-a ginini'mp, d v t
We lllwq hekill[14 ointmelit ill tile tho wrist has a small slit which admita
worlij. Take ito stib!-tittilt-- NV. A. tho handkerohief in(] allows the bor.
q lor to fail ovor the gloved hand.-
Lwiisville Cmirier-.1mirnal.


TC,%-4 TCDIP:CS. BOY SLAYER BOUND OVER.
),,r Fifteei -Y-oar-0, i Cricialtial Charged
lift ttitikery a is:,, to ter.
ATLANT %. March 3 -Paul Rainwater.
the 13-Tear oli -whooll'Oov who killed his
Oayinate, Frank 61uppey, last, week, has
been L.uwi over cjn the ciiarge of vol
untary inanelau-ititer. His band was
113,01 at wh-,ch was rea(ii iv given.
1ne :atiier and iu,,tier ot the dead
lud at-prart-d as witneses, as did Wil.
lie a brotiiof- Mrs. Mattie
Lowis anti two negro girls, Queenie
LU-1 Cornoia Hood and otners.
!'kionias. %vho said she bad
W!lLt,H-d tii-i affair, delivered the inost
?tartiin- tps-itiiq tiv (if the trial. She
l A.11d 111 aw I'dul Rainwater when be
rank Slavpev saw the
lat-or till to the ground.
Y,,Uflg S..Ll)l)eV VAi jitabbPA a Nveek
and dieti Sarday i ,ir in It
f soprus ifiat he anti hi%- broLner were
T,..,vinj: Tii;trt)ie,4 in their froLt yard
%%net) Pdui E.Ainwaer andacutupan.
t k,,:, ton, Berrv IAn;zlo-d. pa-sed along the
street. Tue younger lappey boy said
that tho other two lads appeared to
Inake ton of. him and his brother. and
they btopjei the game and went around
in th,. back ard.
Tho Pr&-Artit lie New Vook.
1,ranion Wier.
OTC- Nlit-11 3'oll CRISS(,(] YonK, Marcob 3 -PreEilent Mc.
r".. Kinler arose early this morning acd
N i0io-n. I crtised t1w rail."- alter br-akfavir ret-eived caLerd at the
Plnin Manhattan botel, %%ii:-re he is stopping
with nis wife t;ur;t.j: his way here.
OnIj Ito Other 4 hildrria. I ho-te wtio treak t,;t#q I wirti ihg tire,4i.
dent aud Nlrs _NIvKiuiPv were Abner
MvKin.ov an-i 1114 wlto-, Xiii.4 1146.e Mg.
Kallev itua Mi-,s 1,.&rb -r it niece of tLk-
yre-;id,,iut Ani-ig thofo wao called
were G )vernor Nastis or Onio, ex S,-cre-
tirv of the Inittior G rriehn, N. Biisj
I and Getierai 6retivilie NI Docind.


DUNlN'Sn;E


Said
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Ua-v th Ire Kid Yoj Ha* A:wg.yj
B:z,, R! re 7e

To I'll F; PUBLIC.
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All Favev Nlivtd C-ind v. t;,p bs-t
"V#.I. fir, ou--ht I., ni vol'i .-i t I' I eplits
r 1), ) U tj C.1 and 7-ee fo! litir-

are fre,,h and fitip. j,,i,.t fr4)111
th vhw-. C. A i -()!! -I- i, F.
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PROFESSIONAL CARDS.

Dr. Mareellu5 MeQreary,

physir'In rfint I'M On.
Kt-ldenee. `4 W%t firvi,,ory -it rt-t-t
Pholip i*.4 I *
I.-Illber *- Huddiniz. )I,,:_ k4,-ath
Valsifl)x Street. Phone,-71.

DR. Wx. 0. DicWBERRY.
OFFIOE-Hannah Bros.' Drug Store.
PIESIDENOE-400 E. Jackson Stree


Wm' H. Mayean, M. D.,

1.1cmeclaWc Plysidn and [r1rop,
Late Wr Ocala. Fla..
t)fTt-rrsbtprofe,.4s.oriniorrit,litn
ZI-1). Of V11%jilc.da.
Empw-iml attilintion eiven *.o tho
of Chrowe I it a nd I i!-. ,t
Women slid Chddt,,t,
Thirtv Yemr- Pract! 0- I;i lh 1-m1b.
M v,- H ou I -: -'.1 IL. in. t:" I- I A ,, 4 1). 111.
K*sidence Vhone.No-,.'-50.
Rr-nt-Hlount Ruildinsr-llto-)m :1

Ph Bit., I-- Cb "-/I


Restaurant AIttached, Open Day ai
OYSTERS', FISH AND GAME OF ALI., KIND

Special Orders at Any Ho
RATES:-From $1.00 to $1.W per Day.
535 and 5198. South Palafox Street. Pensacipla. Fliwida


TIME TABLE.

LOUISVZLLE AND NASHVILLE IR
i.v F:F,,vcr JANUAR.N '-,. Eswl.


J. E. Stillman & Co,


Smoke DURHAM Ci- Dr. Wilnier Z. Ifall,
gars at D'Afemberte's- DENTAL SURGEON,

C"Ic i-; %V 2% 4 F, VI qu k. Masonic Temple. Phone 3.104.

H 1 1:
WINTE9
hil
vt- Waited to bty ill kirds of' Soccro

41 Forq1ture, Nerchudiss, &c.


JOHN NICHOLAS'


It-I'list Bar U2.


Butcher and Green Gracer.
PHONE 1 072
F rs i T, tin o- v at: d N at j NI -a! a,
f -,ickpn and
Vr-iduv- D;ji.' -.- .
Shop, Reir (f Johns,.,n & Son*3 S!are,


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LODGE DIRECTORY

KNIGHTS OF YTHIA9.
Pensacola LoxW. No. 3. K. of F.
meets overy Monday even.
Ing at 7.,ih at Cootle flail.
in liutebinson ball. Woos
I [It endene la, st r"t.
VitsitinK bretbren cordUM13r
Welcomed.
H. J I I)AVLVX.
If. HoR-4LEJ9. C. C.
K. IL & 8.

W. 0. W.
Live Oak Camp Nov. I Woodimau ofth,?
World.
Nfeet% first and third FrWay night Im
onch month. Visiting novers6ligns cordi-
ally lurited. W. W. WATRox ,
14. It. T If AM Its. t3erk. C. I:.


Acme Beer,


AGENTS.


CHAS. COT"d7RELLv

Artistic Photographer,,
ROONF:t, VISHEK BUILDINO.
':04-s. SOUTH PAIAIVCX STREIM.
Satisfaction Guarante+d in Evvry Par-
ticular.


HIIING Most 9 Coto


L; i U. Lk
,*cldry m. Forry anin. Yates,

The Jug Trade

Is Our Specialty-=A,

l1r.,nipt Deliver% Sati-faction
fluarjutf-ed.

Dannheisspr Bros.,
Pil Solith


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V. J. VIDA5, Sole Wbolesaler. PAISfox St"mt,
Pensacola.. Florida.

ALSO HIM,;& HAID118 WIRM, 11PORTED AND DO11VIC
p
Paul Jones and No Sprinis ftlebratel Whiskies. BARGAINS
IRY A HIRE Of CIURY 10110.
PHONE 154. : : : : P. 0. BOX 587.
JUG & ]FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED
Frp#4 Delivery to Any Part of the City.
Real Estate.
,,f!Ml orders left at The OffLee. Vidal & Smith. will to carefull,
to.


Till: OVIATE-11. WKASOM
III hi. hd ,f
li a
11 -7 .
I I;. w ill I. d. Vk it 11 it %wil
I- or mv dreftin %--rt, otist ui bed toy
t 11" I r
Thmt m pim, t-fttied twv th- lt-tto-r It.
A :10 I In,-'A 11V 111 1, v I (of tlint 111(jeoUl
That -,wn- (if u,, sh-irtly v ill b- I,, ttio, .,,,ip,'-
And !,.,I Hicy will f-ir ill#- -boop wa-
fill"d With the fillo-t mid fa'tio-t.
Thi-I-Ii, W:4-4 !-elit mit hy Nick
Ap:--tl#- anfi tho-o. ehivic,- j re
1; 4) W f. r z;i I ov, (1, 111 or r zi w r#,:! I V if,
c0avk% i*. I i i s rest-itinint. You can
L!#-* t"Iftin bY thp Plate. dolz#-11, 1) tj n-
drtd. toarrel dray I-lad, wapin load
4.1, ("Ir 1,1:141. Ow.tiv too thp ru-h of
bu-ino,-- the- atrvitigof rezul:irmpalF
will be discontinusd afto.r thi- week.
hill -po-vial ordlo-r,. will I)#- #-rvvd at
illy Ill tir (of the day or nigl)t.

W, will Lilly dor volir r
f-Al-h atid 11174k,.
lik, ut-w. ST:jr Lam-Ary.

CALL AND INSPECT

l"n" for from :Ilol
B)LDSTEAD :it

ftp, FEC2mbla Pers.11,ure fcmpip',
I
Five Thousand Rolls
%V311 Vii:61-1' Ill -:1-L-k. '.11 1-,' ti'- '3-
-, jV.t!tf-rlI-. a f'l Till
Pi f",-iii *(l 11.7- I- r i
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urniture on Credit
III,#- of li-i io
q. v 1 1, %-. NV .4 Y d,, I,-
io.,r, of o-ver v
choapezt to tn'. fill-t-
!--oret.iry cs-p, vleo:diltly
a fille 111le of chilla clo-ets.
v-7ytimig cintained in a th-t-
.-miture e-tore at 0. M. Prvt-bi


will hit v 1, 11) ac re% 4 if Ian d nnrt b
citY istia we*t of iiouldans.
will huy us jiscrt-6 adjoining C19Y
-f the
$2000 Iltilitil.
,will filly four li solid MOC19
Three Replar $3000and a 1w;o-d svv.-ri rvoin bOU90
This prioperty I% in N--w ( itv,
Mcals Fach Day ill htl.v 7. At McFe'l lwtvtossm Big
$400071ayou anti Lit t is- Iinv#pu. rbie
property Im, is wftt--r front, oti, the- be): N1,90
25c Each. on Big HftYou mutt Little- Hayma.
Ill buy ono of [ti- b"%t r"11-
$5000d'e-net-mi on Wp-t it Ill. Aitumt#d
on tirpot car linv: lim Iss r(m)m,4 and all inud-
--rn convoalrncv.
nd $ight. will huy lot wit Ii ;!se, It front oill
$600OPalafox str"e-t. duth (if 4.reii-
nry. 11111% can be- minit-diately utilized for
)A IN SEASON. busins-ss purpose-4.
will buy lot is; it I! -s I't front an
our. $70000r.Vory and :-i Is, Vi-ot on %I-
"A""' ft"'I W f, front n WriKht. TbI
prilts-rity fine nice- vo-ttam- (m ifmid thare I:
LODGING: pleot),oif rommi to build ud#pzpn hou4si-smaore.
25 and 50c $8000 .111 buy a hanstessimo rp*idpneo
'111 Vm4t Gregfiy i)e-twss-+-u Paims-
fox and TarrmKolift -,t ro-t-1 .
willbuynti %p w-ro- birm with
$9000gostpet lioti-t- imind fat III bu i Idinne.
Vlogant propertv for tri(-k I'mmemic and
lairvpurpos"ei. Thoopla;,-e ju-it o-Asido
'AILROAD- thessity IlIIIIt%.
will hsiy n 1,,t in tl,- t,,j-In#-*v
$10,000 pait sit t1w (*It-v "Itil 11% feo*
frolit.


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CURE VGURSELFi H OF E LODGE. No 2-:71. H..
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Monday, April 16,1900.
'r-i-Ewc Z [w
%old by 11rn=wW&
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I,'- Tlicko-t!; -)4' cenvi. I.Adie! Free. Free


REAL ESTATE AND B30KERACE


AND L TIN\IBER LANDSI,


THE~ ORIGTV &L


STv LOUUl


ON EUROIPEA14 PLAN..


BETWEEN PENSAbCOLA AND JACKSONVIrLL~E. H .WTR-,


JOHN MlcDAVID9


Meals at RII Hours.


Open Day and Night.


KW'A Cninrplete Stock o f C;.;a!-;rtc:dcJCl~- La~d To~bacco,













4 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, MARCH 1900.


THE DAILY NEWS:










Terms Irvarta~3y on Ae.vanee.

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are in a position to make close [f

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1I,. Save Money 1

--. .... D domestics

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; "* Domestics Now'. :


J Lonsdale Bleached Cotton 9c yard I

: '" Masorville Bleached Cotton 8'.. yard *

S- t 10-4 Sheeting, best brand 25c yard

11-4 Sheeting. best brand 27c yard (j
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I taik#- tdi 1; opportui i~ty t., .i ink
nily friends for the -support thf-yF hav'-
givofl th~is *rinic. and Iproi)f.- tLt-t


Leilten Delicacies.





Watch( Thi's 5Ice for Ounr


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Investigate the Con/ertible Term Contracts



Old Penn Mutual Life Ins. Co.

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I,. hiliz KAa'uaaQ andsal eahta-less n dl..ar 'x .-L n.
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POLITICAL ANNOITNCIEICTS.
Fo~r lepree -1s~tattie.
i. her.-1u~' ant aic(, e-"0'' -P~f a-a car-.idat-
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'TUIv T he .t.;aiport of myf e6nd'
ta-.l -t~r ~ria*c'V) flt ..If a-li-t-ClI will
daoal; I%.Hod the- d -t:.'saaf'.ixd~''tfli-


For Imoriff.
II la-e-r tmiai nc-riet nI-a- Ov&P!V a R krd cit'ia
ta.r re-#-i,-i t ot (11 eatha th, ,11' C-- of of k:? ,! E -
janiatia i'aaillt 1-I' i~iia.i .and '' Uv. te*!f
f ~ ari ad at.tt-rt-'t 4eft aliiniv Ii nd-

Feor Sheriff.
I hera--la announce myself a candidrita for
'ie-rifT af Eselinziai county at t he e-nsuing

Feor Clerk of fhe Circuit CA~urf.
I be.radav a'inounee nie-,-f qq a candidate-
faor roe-.lt'ction am clerk of? the' circuit Couatrt
of I-.attinitaia eatnty at the s'ni-.uieag .-leetiuti
and as~ktU. e -.upport of t fe vota-rv.
A. M-M.MC M 'IiAVA.
For Circuit Cle'k.
u! ai 101 e n ao y ii ii vv t id ida e'avf or U: tr k onIt he


4 ittit a U if e 1at1-t eft' t: aitllaldft .'n ilif'yv. s u ea-1..t

Feer Circuit Clerk.
tiaa Voe-\ate'rsa aat I:.ama'tia 4 oe alifl'
v iaiaaannaaaae..- inl%-ei-f aciv, rtliaaintp 'fear
Ilha-. etlaa IchaI k eaf t 'e'ircuit a'eatittof
F:-cm I IeIt IIftC.'.aI I It vH!aIaI %%tli b.a-ple-t~i-ed lae
!alla flii 'alajaaloef Inv .fraenrd- aawl I:e-

lacir Tax ('aahl'ceaar.

Iataa~'' .aalnd-ak t 1' 4Ijijt,)taof ha'
141 .-ai-arlvote-a a gala'all.

Vair 1Tay Ciollecfaar.
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tIiiZl c eF' -a ie.-r li i a a lF'or Ta\ii Ax e-sstir.
- "a ib.a llt .l hjia-. ;il. l I, ,i ll i : a,. ..i.la'.u iatncy of W iliat',l \"W I: ,'i;t l- 1'
Ij l |- t i( ,ra l a l\ ,>l|lll,'t, laCe'tl f' l' b cii 'l i i I tt\ i"-
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fre 't 'h t at'" ,. t. r- Illi i i.a ('. itr.a l . .- -. -.. .. -e..r
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A it r I 1 .-t i filltlit l ,ea ti '- fc-a>!r n'tri-( ullti;t
riv -d ti :. .i-. i;y fft lri l t li ,.a,,Iiit i y '. -i tI ,-c t t a d- 'l- o Ii t a ti th ., tlin
I ;rCte-l !' a e-\'aaar't fai'lIti aaf tt I l-llare tal.t p nIila Itf e riaa l.ain. nliid re--p ct-
l-'l 1'.I' -v 1 ft tht i- illoriill feur If t ia -ah,',at th.*,.tipDo,ert iof tt l ate o r- of thi.
l'i,,,litv, I|l i.( lit g it lil%-elfr fa tIhe future l 'he
E I terii Ili ria a pflaaIt-. l -;aln. fmitIft iparf ild lilit'in e i duIty that I
Sha i 1:1i idde + ('ii.dv Ill II e-:iI lv all h, ". "".iI'""- r'""t teo u oiitll ,11 urliti mvy ai-t
a- ,-'c, a .1.. l "'llall" Ttf Ithe ollic'-. .. 1 FRA I El:.
S.'..r .t-t '. ei:,l- ; il tIhl- C liltryV.
-.1 Sl .'.e,. lti I tehtlld nllt 'Pao l I if f the' Al- -IFor .Jusltiie'r lhe Peace.
I 1- 'i IIIlV (' .. Toi K\\I riprer.-e 1 .,! i, ,I. lta iinoul iny caltidaillnc fa. r'.-
t ;ti .- vy --trrdl.,y ":' l l 1 lll .i t :AV a l.,< t!oll Lt, ti,-ll. tfl'.- eIf .l t .-twl f- t f tlh a:.<-
t ;ir Pe.Tl-:'i..:;( i;l. the lPuraIe-t ;ll' t h, a' .t*' sec oll Ia'. I '-t.-liu.hj-, te thi' t'-
I.-t w ,atei r li r ('alidV illiki:ll that I lt t il, .! l llaa i hail;tI *1 I1a.: w;KIt jr"'..
!,;Vf (,ttlll| ;taliVW" llr'H ."
I Ihere- will b.- a Iii..,.tiiz of *hio I'. .r ii*'""ti'e o'f the Peace.
I C. ('. at i ;;:; n i'cle 'k tll Xt W iell'-- f ihv -11 l '-'Inev> i at of l tliar1 t, -, f ll(i. l
i i h' t-'l a il-v ilil ,t'ai inl" tmiv caft.li(ftc v ar< .l l'ti ','
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% l i] ;ir+- ilnt t-it--to.d il t ii.vit#'-i to :it- .IAM I-- t. LAND1i.i 1M .
To tild. a-. t1 l- i- "h, lt .-t 1.1- i : Ie.a t e .a e l m j.pe, liftrtent.
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l'ttt-haiit*. V.It I;. h. a\ ;!;I': aat l __v__t ar a a... III u 1 aa
1 i .iy. ai .. r'. t i : -: I r th l ni, -r ': ltI I .i la'-
S11; |"* '.\\ aa1a1' a ea I: h,. a r 1 t|i .! I- l fr,' i"al t N .. i i ll t1f- a a I. a S.ll 'Hr-

.t of I 1 0 1 r I 1 l W !..t a a a -"rat I, I'rl a

a ,,,,: Mi,-- l:, ,, Niihir. Mi-,..' AEleant ced room sets, or'
1, t'alli ,ll. ha, ,ul Ia. a lu I.ait t' i "
a 71'-- i:. .1nl- ef ff f I/C) Oll rst, .c. hi i ler/ t(
., I.'.a. t(i ant, at A.Ia rston "4- Finch 's


Forbes Store.


SGcOOh HOUSES-


Without Teachers would not be much

worse off than School Children without


U MBRELLAS@;-


in this country.


We've had in mind


not only the large quantity needed, but the


THE PEOPLE'S STORE,


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NOaa. 2aha "aWesat d.4a' r'e7 rooan... a2
No. -- a-&t eiuich i etrea-,, 5 rooms. I
~tiry aVauq
X o. h ?a-it C li u01 ceh at rtet. at5 rece ano,. oa
story a .. ..t:.iNl
No. 100e!Faft I12-th a-tre.'t. 5 rooms, as
H ill Ie 1:l AN
No. lif .tt'hIcIII-P stree-t. 7 reanls,
a furnishaedap u 22 5k)
No. I Nx i Nart Ii Aicani7. st re-ct, --) oomis,
AIi story) Ito)41
.No. lii I-:east 4 'ha-e' t rt-q-t..a'i re)aa ait-.
A iia'car I.4brreawa.I11
No. t Ii;4A 'i I I i Dl Vi -' I I i sIr a e Pt. 4
reeaia-. (Ion bte-It 1I11e) 7 Ca
N o. 1iLr. -aa iat IeopV iII lA, r% !- t rveAt. 4
roo-~ims.. (on belt hue-. .eI. a7 a
S-ta-aral -tinhillar d#A~llnqA; ci en b hat" tnli
you u:pa n caai iAt t ha- Itwhiaaa/aarta i ,'r Rid, t'p- ,


TDOs. C. Uatsorp


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REAL ESTATE.
Rental and Insurance
AGENTS,
No. I Smell PiiPl~ito)x trt et,
I"EN-SACMl.A. FLA.

W'ea:thler Conte io nem~.
"'Ihe =ari) 1i.1-ti'vt d *Iafr-p 1'e. xli-
hid tjtI-a-;twar(I to othe' Likt. rt.gwini.
I-i eentraI t4a-dat' 'eVerI. 1 lie. Mid i
jA:C 1'.. lf iliI('t lCl(t he ii t'i
I)uriiiZ he p 11.t 12 hwieit, B1111'eAe)


Prf'ii iltat it'll) aW ~. I I I, er: ~I'av



ii h %~the C- :itluhct. and ioa-ttii
t wtiar titir. have aecirlad-it

ilth *1thwill -rwituand dcutler 1*ii tiIll

Vicillilty Wedre'-ila.&


L.INGERING LA GRUI lPPECOUGH.
0(V achor. 1VW,(.'a'eoofhSt., ('hivai-
Lto, say :-. ywift, had :a vfry -e-
Nvt-roea- c t-.a f a gri plie. :and it lt-ft er
with a very bitt cough. She~ trie-d It
bottleo (f fole's llonte mid Tar :i'
it gave ixilned iate- rf-l iaf. A -0~A) (--I
bottle (iire~d hoar eomitl-h ntirvly.'
Pricef 2.-c. and N1K V. A. D*A lemt-
berte.
Emgetio Arbona%; is hieademurtf rQa
ftar fiue'Ihjle .
IUmraer N-w Inacun.
JA(CIZONVIL.LK, F14.. March 5.-F. G.
Rnue-aell hits as-tumed ownership of the
i'ioridaNa Mchuneworks and Crystal lee-
works in Rtiverside T he works will be
thoroughly overhauled, ands~everal ne~w
niachxues added, wuichei wiii greatlv in.
creato- thea creacity of' the plant. Man-
ager I-m~v.ugb has had L:. years' expe.
rionlce in tul, line of business, and is a
ec mp teiE mlzaa. and all turiers will ro
ceive Lii~olecraonal attention.
It'rive-l.r For Liaeo A^%oei&!ton.
MON~nCM~tY, a March .5.-Mr. J.
J. F. 26aui. of E.,uore county has flied
a bill prav:nj: for the anyointmentu of a
receivtvr to wii~e'iu: the affairs of the
Stantjard B~uilding aud L'au associa-
tion of thi-i vizv. The company was or-
Rl nm.d in and has been doing
busitnss ali over the stare. Th'e coin.
P,'lainE tailegoS that It i5 hopelessly Mt.
solvent, aud cannot possibly euinply
with its cuntracts.
A IIt. I )-' F1 tweiit *,( i t )r ear t ief

ii -ii Iin hi,-. rizrbt .ahtmgldfr and -idta.
lit. -;a x-: --l right arin at timo-e
-,A-, -li~tira~ly 11Cu-4,1t .. I tried (iei-
1o-Hl~,km'-. l':aih i~lin, and wa- -iir-
11i1 0-1lv. I'll(. Iaiti 1'. diltn ti-hua' A lw 'i
C'1:!-a .Il0C's(aiip:1 1 ect mIine-' #--,a
'111A i t i] I orleor fil''' l te l -el


NAVAL STOIIIS MAUtKE'
Ltegmvrie'ae Daily fear The Newt
Me-afarea. A. "1Maa*Itg &(Ca.
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4NEW ARRIVALS!-

0U R 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 L inds: the largest assortment in the


city of well known brands.


Among them the famous


-"- ;,r/In /Irni/." famous for fit, style and finish-in


fact the best fitting Waist in the land.


dealer or customer can den\.


This fact no


You may form soIme


idea of our offerings by a glance at our large exclusive

Shirt Waist Window, and they are cheaper than
heretofore by reason of our Motto: "Si I ClA .1\ \\i
T IIIKI- :IV Ixl I.I: i 1 B U .INF'--.'.


New New
Arr ivals: '.8[ iI ND [N MBRI0 11i8! Arrivals.
Our centrere Tabhl, e iT '. 'am iing bepneaithi a 2ee,,dly h!i:ir. f tt. New, -t
Ti:i i- n l:ice- atnd FiE broideotie-.
-- EI -'i;zin; ,t iil l : er:iaan., H :ti itill ei.:l-i. :.i i tl i rti in
\',a l ;t:li:t I:le, and i il In i .rti .lO-.
Ml.uc!, ii, T,: t'!;,, E Jl in-' att. t I i-,rt ,,: .


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x.- Sweepin Sale of' Mu~slin 1'idekrwe'al'!

!4iza- 3. 1. 5 wtid q',. ,n~! .............................. .. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. ....Fepair
4( o. i~t [aa Cis~i:(~' ritiiiienl I rawvar'-4at 4 %Iat:-M;l..
( tie Levt (;;i H '-z Irinmiied. Sirt-& ii-t ('e~ !ek
4 )it,, 1"t M I e-: '0, l,'rimiiei-d 0.( 1 -4 t t 4'at M rk.
One Lilt Ladie-' Tlrini un. ] ( !iiak.. worth 1-Sclar.......... .......... loc eeach
Oiie. 1,11 Ladti-C T'lrimitit I am 'nbric th~i-.waiti-h -,.,4' forj. . ..VIC II eJ
~~0neLot Odds and Ends~
liit Ladif-;' S kirti .ie (and ,'!mi-;to (lo'- (, )It at ('o)-. 'Mark- I'ruae.


DeFUNIAK SPRINGS.


vTwo II frs I'romi, PI ni.ie *I vian I. &k N II. It.

Seat of the Florida Chautauqua now in Session
Until March 27th.
Tyf Finest Resort in Western Florida ^ .:-
Hlizhi,.- t A l'itt- :.' 'ure \\'W >a r i:n ,l v;'. .ra :,: ('l,:ite,.

THE BEiT OF AlCOMMODATION AT HOTEL CHAUTAUOUA.




MAKING ROOM


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JUST RECEIVED*,-:, '~nr:~ J -aF


'a2zys 2~L"'?


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-::)-Jos. COLEMAN.
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kind. We've had made a special lot: nice, but T..-.,. ..:.i: ,er- lat .E.u iA,- J M. TTLIARD., i& .

1h a-nd ready. The maker was given a hint as to who they were The best 5 cent igar
The best 5 cent Cigar ...r-;n. i^'t. : .
nd quality was not spared.-- on the market is the .
DURHAM. Try themat Carriages, Buggies, Wagons and Drays.
'XT W EE K K D'Alemberte's. -Renairine Attended to Promntlv._--


We place on sale 50 Silk Skirt Waists,
c:eked front 4nd back, $6.50 value, all colors, this
sale at $4.98.

u *. (', u tr w- tff, r 1,it l', P '- l'- rcr i i. -' -L I and 1 (rra le for
I> *nl ; u ,-- t!,i- .al,
'-tf Em ibridJory :it Half IPrice.


.SAAI i 3. D onofcG


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Handsome pictures, brie-
a-brac, etc., in endless ar-
ray at rock bottom prices at'
SMarston 4, Finch's.

Furniture, at all Prices.
We are selling' dining -room tableQ
at bargain price-; al-a stovea. bed-
sprinirs. mattings. kitchen safes. and
kitchen cabinets with bread board-.
chest~ for flour, and drawers for
kitchen utensils and tableware.
Call and examine them at 0. M.


:oEAST (iARI)I-.N ST"-. : PN.'Ol,


Roscs--Carnations.


I am ("l-itir- t'ie p-a')lii,. ofr ".'t : 1, :'emon ,t !i Iligaianal h'.rk <.ar I,-n.r of
Mont,'amery, and on twelve ha, ir:' notice iall fj:i;!- any amo .'It of .t aw r
anid i i'ns wanted.
Carnations 75c per dozen. Delivered
American Beau ies S3.50 to $e.')O per dozen.
All Other Ro'es $1.50 to $1.75 per dczeti. to you.
Ring Phone 329. MISS VIOIETTE MOREWN3.


Schwartz,


Proprietor.


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pretty pniot'~rmpnt rrarnem for holdIng
(-nhinmi't and l iper;sotn~r'phswore

r, (!, .-'* wa! rll On- w: -is *I


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KIDNEYS, LIVER

AND BOWELS

CLEANSES THE 5Y5-1TEM
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OVERCOMETSO

I1~48TUAL PERMANENTLY
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PROPRIETORS


OF THE OFFICE SALOOr.


H. H. 1iLICKE.


Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter.

No. 6 South Palafox Street.
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--PROPRIETOR )--o

CRONIeS SALOON
o-KDEALEK L.%-o


Imported and Domestic Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
JUG TRADE A SPECIALTY.
Ccotrn Rhe!nont and Devillira St.a. PEN A Sa- : -4


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OF PENSACOLA. FLA.

X~XME4TV33;M
WM. H. L{NOWLES. W. A. HLOUINT. F. C. BRENT, W. H. kHYEZ--. J.-
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fW-Saftuoy Denpouit "*3xfr for Re-at1in Connection
vwith whilcki we have sL Privaito Apartment for the U"~
of p a*"qv0~


Telephone No. 147.


Cold Weather
Coming. ,, ,,
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Coal and Wood.
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ar. I.tironI -tr-,-,


McMillan Bros. Co .


Coppersmiths, ,

General Metal Worker:.

Ua ufEaP,.rrs of ani Hj fadu rers for !:e n8


Celebrated McMillan Seamless Turpentine Sti!!, i

Co.~iet Outfits always U Ibad1, ad rep ta due ita i e cccatlr. "

MOBILE, ALA.




:JOHN P.URDY,.

Foundry 0 Machine Shop.,
(. : N-. R I. 'A'.;i ".;::. <',K. J ;.; PA : .-, A 1 :IP PINE STr.J : -


Telephone 34-3.


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Geo. feiffer,


Agent,


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M, r.: -, Mirca 5 -L-e Cabim. W. W.
Wil.sms aa1d Jui u HICI, wao were ar-
r'stei last week charged with blowing
the safe of the American Sash and Door
factory. in New Orleau., and attempt-
.u;. to ki!l Waconman Henry Parker,
have been :dentifled by Parker. The
police tay the men have operated exten.
sivelv in MiWisoor. Tennessee. Texzs
and Louisiamn. Telegrams have been
received by Chief of Pohlic Sools every
day since the arrests were made telling
of operations in the territory mentioned,
of which the men are suspected.
A LITTLE IK.OWN I ACT.
Tihat the majority 1 ,--ri,,u. di*-
-:.~o- oi t .i, at- in di,.- rd,-r ,,f ti ,
ki'lnry-. Fce;v's K:?.:v C re i-
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m ol .t H-,.,:r'=: X :iv.-. Furk<- :. I Sp,, ,n

1/L F yiouir wife one of those
handsomnze parlor suites
"roin .ila;slon (' Finch.
For I tie .lanuary IT aIil.


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, MARCH 6,1903. 7


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STEYN TO SUGGEST PEACte.
Free tate Presidenst Mainly R spon.
*Ible For L-)'r :x. March B.-One of the results
of the racficaticn :n Dutch districts of
Cape Co.ouy may be the purchase of a
large number of horses. Bat the re-
mioun:s sent down are telievedi to be
ntteriv t:adeouate. (- 'nera. Ktchener
can work out the tranii!ort problem to
Pietoria if anybody c.nu do IL Letters
rec.:ved.i rrom ofii.trs at Cape T,,wa de-
cru- Genuerai R ,twrts as -,e tiov,.er of
c, r;eyv aaa Kixt.:aeLer as & ma Wan
Lt-in--s
1: sa i;: tireless. ei.ict.n: energy of
Kitcaeuer that is tut:in LEnglana's
work through in South Air:ca.
Tnere are no further aetisia of the
rronft-reuce of Presidenti Krocer and
-.-yn respecting peace negotiations.
S.,u:n Atricans in London have never
ceased ti regard -teyn as more directly
qest,'fn.iLl- than Krauer tor the out-
ureak ot the war, and they now assert
that b- wi.i be the trst to suggest the
r-tiremuent from a hopeless conflictL
S'evn is an anxious unewer, without
Kruier's sturdy qualities and inflexible
WA-i.i.
Sjn'h Africanq here are confident
thar tne Free State fo;ce- will not cross
tire Vaai river tor the defense of the
nit African repubiii', tut will with-
draw and be reany to make peace as
*son a4 thetr own capital is occupied.
Tue ministers naturally wili pratfer to
have th- two repubI.ics stand together
so1 that eat( h territory can be occupied
in turn and brouguat under military
laws. In this way a peace convention
c(an be avoided with th- pohlical agita-
ii n win-h wvi 1 1 with it in England
and Dunch South Africa.
Witin zunuters iice Mr. Chamber-
iaii : reca-t peace they - have
1 .:11nd the return the iiu--gers to
tIn ir :..ri- nnd the diap:~eirau hostie- arnItes n')W 111 trio tlil. ani the
esrab')-.htrent (cf a temporary military
goTveunLa".t in eacu capital.


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conville. Kl ani.. wr'-,t, a l ..tt.r ;!,.
>'l;r da -:;yinY i t r- -pi.;i, n of
#-v,-ryb(dv in Li- t, wni w!h, h:is i--d
Fo0<> Ilo OL'V a::, T,: i-4. that it i-
tlhe v.ry b. -t i -dicin-, fr l: i.ri;,p ..
old-. fco; th. tc. \V. A. DI'Al-in-

Comfortable mattresses,
pillows. etc., to go with your
new furniture. I 'oa can
buly the whole outlit from
. Iarston "' Fin tit.

OPERA HOUSE!
C:Onc ITiglx-t OC3ly:


Tuesday,


March 6th.


LEWIS MORRISON'S
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O 4I .NA.1, ( .OMPAN Y
CARL()AD OF S' ENEIRY'


E L Ytirg New Ell 1t, Name!

ONE NIGHT v:NLY!
Wednesday, March 7

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KRUGER PRAYS FOR !

A FIGHTING FAITJL'


SHE STRUCK HER MOTHER,
And Was Instantly Seized With
Paralysis.
FonT VALLEY, Ga, March S.-Sarah
Matthews. a negro woman about 50


years of .age. was struck with paralysis
Tells the BoerS the Lord IS it her mother's home near this place
wander extraordinary circumstances and
on Their Side. is now lying in a mos critical condi-
on.
APPTAL FOR PRINCT "LES nhe lives with an infirm mother who
APPE-AL FOR PRIaCI l is now more than b0 years old and who
------ has been toai.ly blind for 20 years. The
A ( accuseu of mis:reating hier age, mother
.Cro j-'s Surreader-It Is Ilelieve-d ad n more taan one ot these occasions
the Buraherr Are Determined to "'f abuse th- oid woman has warned her
Fight to the End. lachter that some judgeement would
overtake her fur lack o: filial love and
Lo.NDON, March 3 -A spec;ai to The resoect.
Times from Lourenz. Marques, dated While the Mathews woman was beat-
ins her mother she was suddenly
Sunday, Feb. 4, says persistent reports .tricken with paralysis and lost comn.
continue that the Transvaal republic plete control of her limbs. She is still
has o;'ened negotiations looking to the helpleas and is not likely to recover.
securing of peace. .
.1. 1 ,A Tw< -Color C hnckn.
On the other hand. it is asserted the I A w. c 3 J.
.. ... WINSTON, N. C.. March 3--J. T.
Bcers wil make a staua at Gieucce and ;
.e .. t VWyatt of Faith, N. C., has a freak in
Laign's Nek and that in the meantime
intrencomen~s at Pretoria are being ex- the way of a chicken. The fowl is
tended in anticipation of a siece. white on one side and black on the
A conference between the Boer presi- other, and the only one in the world so
dents and the general commanding too far es known. He is thinking of send-
Boers in northern Natal was hurr:e.,vy lug t1 to the Paris exposition as the
arranged on receipt of the news of Gen. greatest chicken curiosity iu the world.
oral Cronje's surrender. Until T.nurs-
day night the confirmation of th! sar. rliiware Jubbersi ts Met.
render was withheld. President Kra KNOXVILLE. March 3.-C. E. Carter of
ger sent a fervid religious appeal, wit' this city, secretary of the Southern
orders that it should be reau by all the Hardwar Jobbe s association, an-
officers to the burghers, urging them to Hardware Jobbe s association, an-
stand fast and strive in the name of the ounces that the association's tenth an-
Lord, for, unless they had faith iu him, nuai meeting wi;l be heid at Old Point
cowardice would set in and their ,'oi-. Comfort Junei 1.. 14 and 15). It will be
tion would be hopeless the moment taey attutied by representative hardware
turned their backs on tile enemy. men Lron all sections of the souta.
Their last victories, he dec'arei, S
showed that the Lord was on their -idie. a a tol "N -gro.
The Iresident, beseeched the v.rguers 1RuS;II.mVILLE. Ark., March 3 -Un-
not to bringG estru!tion aupo tieir der miiiiaprehension that he was trying
progeny. to break into the house, Mrs. J. V.
Continuing, the s pe:ial rs thit a
high authority in Bl that in the erent f a rrpu:.e c: ue twice. ortuity wounding him. Adams
Free :-tate force,. the la't-r wi" retire was n a n ,.rrandt anti (led at the
towards tme Tranqvaal au(i u:iNre wtrt wrn-m i,tu-e. Being slightly deaf he
the.r Iretrireu there, maintaining the I rsirrei tu knocking wnen Mrs. Ulian
struggle to the last. thu; him.L
15alik at siavlr r.


RECENT INVENTIONS.






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The Adventure


of LIady Ursula.
f* t* I I t P k ) r rv -f I :'I UH!

MIS-S FRAN(:S nDRKIE.

For Sale.
Sl/cai Naw I/il complete
anfd practically new, to-
,etih c;'with tuo-xtory biuild-
i7 h! J; by 1-i2feet with new
i,!va ni: ed steel roof. Filer
A- Stou'eli .a(whiery. C(a-
pfitcitcf tienty-fire to thirty
thousand feet per day.
Bargain for right, party.
Owne" gone out of /maLnu-
facti(ring business reason
for selling s. For particu-
lars write.
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Luvru-r.K. Ala., March 5.-A new
state bank has been organized here
with a cash capital of $50,000. The in-
corporarcrs are men of energy and re-
sp.o aiblitty and at Luverne is a thriv-
nug community with a fertile section of
country about it, the institution will
hie.y iprusper.
~l rnamee to Open.
T Ai. AP.()A, sG, March 5 -The Tal.
lipoosa furnace, after lying idle for
about eight years, will go into blast
again next week. Extensive repairs
have been made and everything will be
in readiness for the first blast, March 7.
DAILY MARKET REPORTS.
COTTON.
New YoaRK. March 5. Iorm COiSs
January................. .0J .... 8.97
February ............... ....
M arch................... O .... 9.5V
A priL ............ ..... .... .II 57
M ay.................... '9. S
June............. ...... .... 9 56
July . ............-- -... !.57
,A ugust................ > .... 9 4P
Septemnitr................ ....
October ................ -2I .. 1W
November ...-.......... .... 97
December ........ 10 ... 7..6
Spot cotton closed dull 1, hiher: mia-
dlung upland.' !.t 11 'i i:iduling gulf If-
1-iti. sales J.'iz bales.
GRAIN AND PtROVISIONS.
CHICAtO, March 5. OPa:I CLos9
VHEAT-M.tr .. .... ... -
WH EAT-J y ...... .... 6
\U IIKAT -J n ir ........... 66 ",-
\Vi ..i.V'--zeriletib r .... e. '.
LUO N-- ,;Irc.l. ... ..... ,S-)
CORN-May. ....... .... 31'1
LoS--Jully .. ... 44 .
cUAI-- ':i... ....
UATS-M'-ay .... 2 :. '23
UATS-July .. .... '
VPUo -M:Niri. .... 10 47
POiB Mav.......... 10 ;.. .... .5.
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L --M y ~....... .. .5 9 .... 5 .1.'
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t iEs-J uty .... .... I, V.. ,
'-AVAL STORES.
\\"'II't .,TO\. Marth .,.-.Spirits tipen-
pent:n, i t.--it ;. .2 ."',: receipts 7
,,-.-. I".:.. i l at'll .it $I.4'",,1.4 ; receipts
i ("I t ud tirpl n'.l ue nuttni ti'-itng.
.oVA_';:.:;. ar"i 3..-!-pirits tutrp -
tir I receipts. i; sales 1.
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*Fancy Goods,, :
FINE CHINA TEAS.
No. t Smiuth Palafix tr-re:.


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L'EWIIS BEAR & CO., Wholesale ih':iers, Pena-acola


S. A. FKIED3MA, Pro

AGENTS FOR


High-Grade


Liquors.


S ILVE I: R, O(MP, 11'RI VATiE ST(I I~IK V ,;11A 1'. IN i 31AS 'I
VERlY FINE.K: FlU IKIIAN .`-4 -:l.F!llvV1EIC!,!-) l'T VATE
SfT N 'K. 1,-,Y L.\lt'- OLD); OLD) SILK v:V K E ; -N-
T'IlCN1**"S*, PERFE('tION OF VViIi'Y. A.~ND

SPACE wil11, NOT l'E 111MI U,
'V( miENiTioN.



THE JUG TRADE IS OUR MAYN SPECIALTY.
fWAlco t I tfo h-Vnm is .P il t Milwaukt-9 ', Ii. r. I Deliv.
ery' t4 ev-ery I'a tof t 't it\,.


P.. O. Box 41",


I'i-Ns~oL.FLVA.


-..iiv. 179.


9 THES -


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SAL00N,


-5-OPPOSITE UNIO1 DEPOT.^.-


W. C. NORMAN, Proprietor.


Telephone No. 46.


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IV! I!(~ VflIIP, GU~fI; lAL3


-: BEERS, ETC.,-::-


IN Yo.0 5 n1 GLASS, LARSE 03 SMULL JANTI17-El.


Nl'ENNTAN) I s-i- IJWHSKY

I'J'RY Ni'A iRtWNst%'!PAYi


THING NEW


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-'EVERY DAY

HALL & KLEIN'S


Mammoth Retail Grocery,

502-534 SO*TH PALAFOX ST-,
S-,ol oi"lono 3Cs.

th,.ir I:.; .--,r .t-'k.


A. M. AVERY,
(ftnseM' SoAV4:WoM.) ~LW,


Delmonico0 hotel and Restaurant oI.arVare

ALL ORDERS SERVED ON SHORT NOTICE Iron, Nails, Axes, Shovels, Saw Mill and Steamboat Suppiles, Cooking
S AT ANY TIME AT REASONABLE PRICES. and Heating Stoves, Paint, Oils and Window Glass,

7 =i *- coms fal Rent by the Day, cleek ot IMonth. 4 Apate and Tinware and Housefurnishing Goods.
^ 3fV, 312 North Tarraelsa Strest, Opposite Union Dapot. Guns, Pistols and Fiehingr Taokle.
O-Teiephone 68.---0 ... AGENT for Birmingham RollIng Mills Company, Revere Glant
S--:-GEO WILSON & CO.,----- Stitched Belting, Northampton Emery Wheel Company, Laftin a Rand
Don't Forget to Stop With the Fat Mn. \ Powder Company, Johnson's Kalsomine, Iron EKing asd Buck's Stoves
SFt. and Ranges, W n. Coups & Co.'s Raw Hide Lace Lather, Masury,.fseady
fREIS H 11YPG1[ RMCFios Kllf. ISOLRiIr All RETIL .ada Railroad Colors.


Hell: I'm Boardii.
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* THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, MARCH 1900.


LOW RATES FOR MEETINGS.
Pssmgaer Am.einassen Will Aeesolnla.
date Use...alleu D-ioat***.
ATLANTA. Marc h ) -Tbe Southeast-
era PassgeCr asociatioa ae made
special rate- for tte foowiio g ocosionis:
Annual meetmg of the National Eda-
osotal asociacion at Charlest,-. S C.,
July. 19C ; state convenutot Young
M e's Christian association of Georgim
Macos. (rA.. March 22 to .5; district
Baptist convention. Valdossta, Ga.
Marcn 2: ti .16. iJ U; grand lodge of
0dd Fe lows. Tallaha-ee. Fla, March
'6 to 24. ':o00; B.Aptit Associatton of
Oeorix:. Gi .t!in. Ga. Uarcn 29 to April
2. lx'.,; Wuuian's Chrlittan Temperance
umion of Fiinrila. Gianeev:iis. F'a..
April to 5. ia.k; Teacners' As-scianon
of Alabama. te.aoi A.LL. April 11 to l;
ansal meeting Georgia Carratulin Eu-
deavor anions. AuAtaiA. Apr" i1. to z.
.a..e-ur.u N.ews
Comes fr Walhita. I. T. 11- wr::;*-: r'Iur
tb ttlt .f E' -'! -ri" -' .*r- t cur, a
M rs. Br -.- 1 ,f -cr.,',:.s. w r i w-, i;,d
cauae-d her ;ro-at -uf*-r'ii. ,r y.-at-.
Terrible f-arr-# wiulJd tr.-k .ulit ,ni
her head and face-. and t!-h to--t dw-
tor could giv- tn : : t t ;-r ,:,. -
i- complete atid ,r ..al:'; i x,':-
l'nt.'" TIt:.- .'..* w- whatt tL .;..J
tivt- I .v l.---ti..it El, ,r.c ;ittr-r-
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ante-ed.
'-'c a;ae- a"' Y' .-t I i- a'- At :t -: -.
'iiai,' .*' 1id)y Disrovered.
TAxPA, Fia.. March b.-While hunt.
tag rabbits near Palmet:u Beach a boy
made a ghastiy find of the corpse of a
woman. He reported the matter to
Sheriff Spenoer. who promptly wont to
ivesatgate. In the big marsh near
Palmetto Beach lay the body almost
covered with water. Is was in such a
late thab it was impossible to tell the
satioality of the woman or the caum
of death. When touched the clothing
and body came to pieces so that nots-
ig couid be done wita it. The officers
are doing all they cau to make out
something about toe mystery.
N.w Oil 31ill.
MoNTooxot.Y. A a.. sri-h 5.-Mont.
gomery is so have a new 50-ton cotton
seed oil milL The project has been
launched by Dr H C. Teanilieand Mr.
J. S. Stanton, botn of this city. The
former i- ito- i aoeer of the oil mill and
fertilizer (bc:uee* at Troy and the iats-
ter has :or .ears Leen conspicuous in
the manageiiient o' tne Alabama Cot-
ton (Ji ( AcLrt1 -ti-y t-r. Tne now con.
cern wii. iua., an attaun iance of capital,
energy au-i ex;,.-zien, Leteand it.
*. < al-i'> I-.xp-lII d.
NErw Yonr. March 5 -The Central
Federation L.bor union Las adopted
reeolntionsexpel..-ng members of the So
cia.st Irade and Libor alliance from
the feleratn non Toe ere.tied
members beiongR to tbe DeLeon branch
of soe abc.a.lst i&Lor party.
It i' v, ry h-ral t, -. ::,iliJ;y by ,N ',t
i PP our 1# l :17 o ia.z: tl)h- arrival *0, t. ,.ct-r. Ati
A i at.t:y N .1 i i''. %t':1 c.ill i i ,
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w i"th r*' ,I,. N.,: tI- di,.r t,* dT 'tir
il. tie 1' f* w rl fi !,ini to c. -'.- ;it
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.ruz-;:l-t. M r. tt,, ':.,,lz. -ays tt;+
fa 1in |y L :, -i::<"" _ew'a*t(in i-da 'd
their ;i i^!.,- ':- *r 1 i:i* lnd until i,
i;aa a e ai,,'a :t J in *ti 1 f,,r it fr',ii
that ~ar: ,f t -* c ', :,vy. F,,r -ale-
by Hautn., Br,.-.. :*! s.uth P'alafx
i-treet.
Bart l.,l,:.ay i- "., 'be-t be-r. Eu-
,e:te A:boe: ,.
Sl pp ag ~-.o:urky Arms.
FaASFror.T. Ky.. March 5. The
*shipment of guns and ammunition to
London c-ontanued toily. A car'oad of
small arms and other equipment was
shipped this morning. The Gatling
gens and other arms in use by toe sol.
dwers on teo statethcuw square are still
hbre. RBaepabican governor Taylor left
lor Butter county ntni morning to at-
seed the foueral of his brother, Alonz2


Taylor. -
,.%.x I O'eII Sick.
3IgpliSMarch 5. k'aul B.ouet
(311 b'R..~*who lectures here to-
sih! kssbe~en staaked by catarrh of
the agouaari2. 11o w-.1ilose iO hs tour in
the Oour-e of two weeks and gu o 0Pirts
for treattieLt
The jpje.ip~qe f &G-1a0.a~
1.4 '.nvil-d by ail pa'.'r dvc-i' T'
wta.--.-# Stistia.laL) An ILv.r are-- mi~t 4-f
o~rd. r All em h shalljd knitaw tla.at
Dr. Ki-.'a4 New Lift Pill,.. the -w.~ra-
de'ou rmiS4wba(-iati j Liv-.-r He-mea-y.
gives= a Splo-ra1 hiJ a ~p-t tr-. ria d t-
ge-tion ianad a r.-:ulatr 1bdily l,1414t
that in-tire-'-pe-rt.-ct ,!f;--dbalthaill gr#--t
oe-va r-,..v Iuly 2.T~c-ut!- At anyy itrug


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Who is Rader?


MAKRTIME.


A RR I V LAT 14' A "AN7IN F.
Nor bk El.ir. 5it. )a.o.Arae k r~t~on to
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to Ba~ars. IDunwoudy &*~
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the general public to fhe
fact that we hare one of
the best equipped Roasters
in the South. and that we
can furnish this delicious
berera2e at prices that
defyi competition. l'e also
wish to remind you that our
('offees are always tresh
from the Roaste.r W\'hile
others are old and have lost
their atroma, ours is fresh
and delicious.


He's the Laboring Yew Orleans Grocery Co.,
Man's Friend. He will J.S. AlH'UGH,
sell you Furniture on Phoe 105. Proprietor.
the easy payment plan. ..__. .
DURHAM Cigars have 'nor cniaMnees--,-th,- It bk-
S--- A a, A. -a t ornate ill h.- re" sonihble for
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All High Cut Shoes in
Men's, Tadies', Misses'
Children's at reduced
prices ...


A Special Sacrilice!


-AiPiir' Ladiez' Vici Kid ipra::a


Heel Button and Lace Sho,(-
for ionly


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[ORT TIME;
ONLY TIME.,


AND CASH TIME.


Men- O;n iinc C; lf Tan I. ae Ic Lnd
Skewed Welt fotr ouay


$2.50.
REG'LA, PRICE :3 50)


Don't Lo-wo Tim,,ararl zo Ah.-tt
Pt'ia'irg. Wm' Still Lo-ad :a-;. t! 'laa'a
4*-.t Pli ja sl. Sap hpte'inI Cie


Y 'ur f-or Sf.o--'ad


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FOR BEAUTIFUL


and of2;'Ia-- e all k-inl-.
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F'urnaitureUnte-,. cul! at
Th~j Escanibia Fllrll!tllre Coiiitauns.-


COHEN


FRIEDMAlN CO'S


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I SPRING 00DS.

We are prepared to welcome our
Some and visiting people to see our
SSpring Line which we are receiving
Rapidly.
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4 We positively carry the largest and
Ie most tasty line of Ladies' Shirt Waists
9 in all colors and prices.



Our Stock is Immense!


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Slippers just received.


In Men's, Ladies' and Misses' Footwear .
we are the Leaders.


Millinery,

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The finest and most complete line of
\ Carpets, Mattings, Curtains, Window :
ii Shades, Etc.

Yen are Cordialiy Ill to Vi IJ nr i te !i :tni c
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- We are Invincibles in Low Prices U
This makes our Success.

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COHEN, FRIEDMAN & CO.
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. LUMBER, LATHS,

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To make room for them the remnant of Winter

Goods will be sold at Sacrifice Prices.

Here are some of the Bargains.


.21 al'7.I z inr.!' a#nt iiiiaere'n'-i Half
Wool t'zaO.-rshart-. rtu InrS~w' vai~u--

Ha't'.k anal 'fa.. Ku.i a'tl"- '-
r.etzutar L. 12 gods, fur thiit- 'aait
j! :eh Tt'm(,k ard c] (i arod t14Iapanlriaat *a.
haatf wimil filfled. ra.:-Uiar %-H ~Ier.
lturIbai, ale~. pt.r yard
:'.Amch hBic~k Anl n (niord IIpr'rt'i.-t-%.
Ha Aa%,-1. r.-.-alpr 3.5c .-e-le-r. faar lhia

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7acftnd 4c '.allt-r. forIthiss al-. x,"r
~ard. 5 8 a'
:2-rn--!ta iric-4-0 'Cftha'h'n-T. r-LU'II'r
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YVothing xo sets 011(1aIh ow,i
ifs Ihandjto~ne ;urnifuti
Ma(rstonl 4T Finch hatve wi
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ledt from awli they wi/I o,
it to ou onion;;tlime'it/,
ea s~q paymentIs.
No better Cigar for
the money made-DUE
HEAS-at D'Alemberte s


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t'utrn 'lure (or house furni.


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on l..'n 6 tinie.


Si -~aI %! actory coapa.-a
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 Material Information
Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: March 6, 1900
Frequency: daily (except monday)
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1889.
General Note: Description based on: Mar. 5, 1889.
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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 Related Items
Related Items: Weekly news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Pensacola evening news

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PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 6, 1900.


VOL. 30.


NO. 27.


>ENSACOLA has a Depth of 33 Feet of Water in .he Channel at the Entrance of the Harbor.


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le: e tatei at- n-reryv extendedd
ItLi l;;A ie a:)p.icatuL;e to 1 ri .<',;;
:.A- (u'igrress ;.a j u.ive p wer to
4av a c i.e0t atles. cIutle, IuIpJSrtS
ALI'U x **:.s. t> pay5 the (l*bt;s ant pro-
vice :ur tme t(omLiUln de:enoe anial (;ez-
erai we:are o: ie Ul'itel .-rates. but
a da;, in.ports aLd exies .balib e
unuf *ra: ittuuriu,.u, the Unit-.. S;ate..
*"No ciapiati;a r otier direct tax
shall be laid un.nsa in Iroporilon to the
census or enutueratiou hereitbefore di-
reoted to be taken.
"No tax oir duty shadl be given byany
regulation of commuir:e or revenue to
the ports of oue s'ato .,ver those or an.-
otner; nor shaha vesso s bound to or
from one st*te be oun.ied to enter, clear
ur pay duties in asuoter."
The awunJment.i i as follows:
"'And it s hereby enacted that all dn-
tlle, in>')mis' and eztses irnposed or
1-vi:el. lavi or 'o..e.'tit by congr.as upon
P'rito R.co (.r atuv ;- iKoces or businhs-i
;hereoi r i. r i! -, n to said P (rto it'o
Laia l *fe u itfrr r1 wi S.n ai. uat:es r 1in-
poets aud ex e;:-o laid fnd col.ectedl
tbr ughtIut Mte Unitei ';:.ates.
"JuLLna capaitaioo r oT:inr direct
tax *-u .i b- .aid by concre tlu or u;nu
P 'rito Ki unless in Tr,,p 'rtion to the
tuAu *r renunl*mration urectei, to te
raaerz ty' the iconsiuTun.
"**Ttat n t1 x or lu v rbtall ite ;a*,i on
atrt t t-s t;i r'e: r,,tn. '",rito l ., )
'-nat r-n ;,referen, e sRA.I i, giti-n
A V u .. i< I> '; I e or -v-
-:I1." i tL' :ort t f 1' ,rr l.,n over
th ;-. ,, aniy *. A .' t -> 1i.'i . n x)r
; T. t.. : u:: l T Tr ; !- Ir {i lPo tI-
l ;'* J *' T< | tip e,', t. r ,rr 1 .,V
in . t 'r. \ ,r -., i : aiv :,rt.t.-r.>nri-t tC g::vpr
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':..trt Ir U in sav-: i b < arn Sj.. : '. .f t-xends t.ecronf(i-*
* uP .. r 11.'anta b r -o dniug
iti, t*- Tu:tt it ca ,iii:t I( i- x't'n>:(d to
: i .. 1 ; ,r C r territories ex-
e t y5 .,.;Is.ative a-'tinu.

FOR PHILIPPINE CONTROL.
ImP ICt 1 pIolts li l`aVur:.sty I pou the
(pootInIr Illll.
WaciiiNiiow, Marrcu 3 -The senate
coniuntree on l'hi.ippines decided today
to report the bitl introduced by Senator
Spoouer of Wisconsin for control of the
l'h'l:pp:ni
Senator l, aigue madep the report to the
senate. ne bin is as foiiows:
"Thlat when ail insurrection against
tre sBvereignty and authority of the
United States in tie Pailippine islands
acquired roi'm u.-ain by the treaty con-
e urej at l'.rts Dec lu. lb*'., shall have
t etn cuiup.etey snup;ires.ed by (ue mill-
tary an] naval forces of the unitedd
.-a,'e. ai ui.itary. civil ana judiclai
p .wer nieesarv to govern the said
is.audos 'hal. antil otherwise provided.
by congress. be vetted in ench person
and prsonis. and shail be exercised In
such it.inner as tne president of the
I'nited States shail direct for maintain-
:ng anud protecting the iubhabitant of
esid t anude in the free enjoyment of
their iLterty. property and reiionua."


Aesigneld to Manila.l
ATLANTA. March 5 -Major Edward
Si)rav who was chief commissary of
. tn* ,.,-nartment of the gulf. has been
*1 ir,-cted to pr coed to Manila. where he
; i wi bei--me chieK commissar or tnede-
S :- ,arttnent of toe Pacific. During his
Srcsuhien'i* f several months in tn;s city
Ma-or 1ravo matie many friends. who
wi., d ',u't.ess tase pleasure in watching
his m vements.


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(t bilmn s-.leloattle.
StMlii nPE Cu:i:. March .' -Gen-
eril e.ectuons were heJd throughout the
republic yestersav. Perfect order was
ciainuaned. The returns indicate that
iae Lioerals are in the minority.

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UNITED STATES HAS


EXPENSIVE LUXURY


Dry Tortugas a Hotbed of

Yellow Fever.


HAS COST AN IMMENSE SUM

NAvil .I luih r iri-s Assonished to It.--
(-v.- ()-lr., to Vithdiravw All Mst,
1ly April l-'-~ rt .1 11 rsun Will II -
t -*-,I ,.. I'l,(. llou*...
\Vt.A :(:.,:tO. Mar -h b.-Naval r.1'-
-" t a i..iv-' ten i-i,(ounlt icd this week to
e.-;ii ta: trt-y i:i v have no rigluts at
1.'V- : iUL.e, w a~ere a .unl of oer
r- 'JJ iio De"iu expendeil in the *aMst
-ai 1:1 .s-t.b.i-nin, a c' os 1iig sta: i,;t
ti. r n-Ie/.vous ,immand:ug tne southJ-
,:- atiti ut1; coast at the West lulles
an:! w'l-rte li-re is now being rapitly
0.1t. t.ea es abhineut of what is
~, :ats the mosti strategic b.-- D b-
'.wvrtu tle Cues.tpeake and Cenitral
A ;, .,;;.
A: l,,rtunWiA te army ha-i ore'-lei
-.e i1u-t :urlllidAbie irtifieations souLU
,. M .r)e. Lu tihe station was deemed
ioma utrious% andi several years ago was
turned over to the quarantine service.
WtVeu Cervera's fleet left Spain the
president promptly had Fort Jefferson.
at Tortugas. garrisoned to hold as a
naval base, thereby enabling the blhck
a.ie of the northern shore of Cuba to be
umainaine,.
Since that time the naval contrac-
tors have been coutinualy engaged tu
cunpleting th- great seaion, which
under naval discipline and eBfiUent
umetiouss:na, b-en made as healthy aa a
anip at sea. btsides being kept in tele-
"-'phic coUmmouicaton with Washing
ton.
u ior toe circumstances Secreta.:y
L was iastnianed the other day to
rrce.re an i licial comtuunication froit
tie treauury department notifvyng the
Lavv to s;op worx and get itA men away
trn "lortugas by Apri 1. as surgeon
o.':teral WVyman of the marine hospital
service was looking for a good deal of
yeiow fever aui bubonic plague this
spriutg aud nd,1 to use Fort Jefferson.
whuln cost (.O uu,UJou. al a pest house.

FUNERAL OF THOMAS REED.
\%a O.de-st tlixz-n 1nnd Oue of the
I'loIl-pro of AllIilna.
ATT.A^ r. M1ar'rh 'i.-The funeral of
T1"hi.lma 1..--,i oi t, Trier street c -.
curre at ,.,l.and cemetery this after-
niin1 Heli was probably the oldest citi-
z*-n o_ A'iatita, havig come here driv-
inIg a ti"'a'.'o wagon irom Ni r:n Caro-
hlin:t in 7 For ;e years au'i up to
1".:;0 no was an el.iloye of thte Vtinietllp
m.a-niae wrrks, retiring ou account ot
is auivali-eri age.
lie anled in th" construction of the
fir.t cotton t res ever male in the state.
. nie w (%rkiugt at the con:ederate navy-
yard at Nort,.a, n. assisted in building
the Merriiiac, tie first irmuclad warshp)
in the worl.i. Tne Merrimtac was out
at w.,t. :s now the Portsinoniu; navy-
vrini shortly after the outtneak of itne
war.
in omas Reed was one of the last sur-
vivors of the old volunteer fire depart-
ment, Mechi:nics No. 2. Hie was we.l
known througtiout the city, although
for tne iast four years, sino'e being
stricken with paralytsm, he was con-
tined to nis Lomue almost entire y.

LONG TRIP FOR A HUSBAND.
Arkansa i|*siden M lkes i).Dtersinlaed
l-.lort Vor llilpirert.
Ct'l.V'BnA., S. C. March 5.-Miss
Kittle Swamu o' Batesvile. Ark did
not believe in "masterly inactivity" for
women F'ive years ago she met S M-
But er o: Dancan, S. C who was then
residing temporarily in Araanas. They
.ave miuce carried on a correspondence
and marriage has reunited.
Miss Swamin made the long journey
frclni her western home alone, arrived
at But.er's home and they drove into
Greenvil.e anti to tue hro* of Ivv. A
J S Tnomas, D D, >iitor or The lap.
tt iourler.
Tier washed the knot tied then and
there in tbI carr.a e standing in tue
-treet. bu l)r. "inowan was opposed to
;r,-cedintcs so unatl;nit'ie'l. and made
!in:. :rive to a hotel, where tue cere-
mnuv wa p,-.r:rinSed.

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We are Sole Azents For
DURHAM Cigars are & i,,- A ;irn-h i. N
the finest 5 cent smoke. K.n -and Ce -lndeWall Poper
Try them at D'Alem- i''"-. Fe'11 Wadl Papprs. Full iin
,fr .mrla u J. E. Ro-, & Co. No. 11
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-CHARC:S ARE UNFOUNDED.
Seereorry Iong i) Oiscredlts All.gistloia.e
Conerreing Charlesiou's (lic-rs.
WASJiNOTOT,. March 5.-Beside di-
recting Rear Admiral Watson to make
a thorough investigation of charges of
intoxication preferred against officers
of tihe wrecked cruiser Charleston. Seo-
retary Long has written to the person
maMing them, requesting that he spe-
cally Daizm the officers guilty of the
alleged offense.
The secretary is inclined to believe the
charges are without foundation, as they
were sent to the department from Bul-
garia. Instead of being preferred by a
consul, asi reported, they wer- sent by
a clergyman. They were very general
in character, and failed to give the
name of any officers.
Rear Admiral Watson has been fur-
nished with a copy of the communica-
tion from the clergyman and wi, make
a strict inquiry. It is supposed by de-
partment officials that the clergyman
must have got his information from an
enlisted man who had a grievance
against the Charleston's officers.

AGRICULTURISTS TO MEET.
'rcretIay #ilsona Imavited to oSiothernl
ltllistrlal Convention.
WAsnTNTONUS, March 5. At Fort
Thompson, the secretary of the cham-
her of commerce of Huntsville, Ala.,
and also secretary of the southern in-
dustrial convention, extended an invita-
tion to Commissioner of Agriculture
Wilson to attend the next session of the
industrial convention, whioi will be
he.d in Chattanooga May 8 to 11. and
at which all the commissioners of agri-
cnlturesof the southern states are sup-
posed to be present.
Tne Chattanooga meeting will con-
sider four leadingg matters of interest to
the south, via.: Education, agriculture,
commwertal expansion and the race
problem. The latter will be discussed
by prominent memares of both races,
anti enrrely as it relates to the indus-
trial future of the south.
Mr. Wiason has promised to attend
the meeting if possible.
Al-b.talllt ('Irltliatfs Active.
Pi1M;iIIHAM, Ala, March 5.-The
guLernator il race is completely shad-
owed by the senatorial campaign. The
candidates, however. are working hard
and are gptt; ig around the state. Mr.
John W. TOt.-UUU Lu Si making ( very
active rac-e and expects t) go to the con-
ventuon with a strong vote. ab.e to 1e-
cure the nomination on tue second or
tnard t ii ot if not on the first. general
.m-.iey oxltects to go into ine conven-
tion with enough votes for e!ectioi on
toe riist !allot. Coitreesuian Je-u-e
StAlIi:lg says. oejvnly that he goesto tlit
coOUvCiit'!q with enough votes on the
'.rt b'i,lo: or election. Mr. Charleas
V'.ier i not so certain a' to n.tuiia-
rt 'no rth irst i ba loi, but says ian t ie
13 ;a th- rate
I,'.etrie t',wr I' or \ ...hlngton.
WVA' -:l',<;rN, Ga., March 5 An en-
terpr p- wuich will mean munh for
\\ a-Initi.;: ', is on fcot. Antriony shoat)s.
ii.' iil.e- :romrn hero. which has a 4.,7't-
hi r-e;,p wer. is to be itirnessed and that
p iwer elb-'ricallv trant-mitted to Wash-
ington. It is given out on guod an-
tnhrity thit the Georgisa rairoa I is at
tre bac ( f the enterprise ant General
.antager scott's recent t'isit here prac-
t'ianvy atirnme. this belief. The power
broug:it here wiil not only build up
Washiniton, which is already the best
paying towu the Georgia hAs on its
linhue, but ronm that same source wtil
come an electric rai.road whicn will cir-
(uit tne county and act as a feeder ti
the GUdoria. __
To E.-cap" Lynbcing.
I IMINGHAM. Ala., March 5.-J. B.
Cainpbeli, the insane man who killed
the nsgro prisoner and attacked the
-hertff in the C'ilton county Jail. at
C.auton. has been brought here and
lauded in the city jaiL He was tracked
to his home after the terrible assault on
the shersff. For fear that a mob might
ivnn him. he was hustled to Birming.
ham on the fast train. The sheriff of
Jefferson c< unty con.d not receive the
prisoner, tuere being no papers for bhs
incarceration but a ceil was furnished
it thb city jail, and he is being closely
watched.
N,-wtpaiper t haiag,-s.
M<,'\Tr'rMryT, Aa. March 5-There
have been two important changes in
Anniton newspaper circles. Foster F.
Stockton editor ,f Toe Hot Elast. the
morning paTer for several yetrs, has
thought a ha.t interest in Tr.e Evening
Star. andi beco:,' its business manager,
while l'. !R. sord.n wnl be editor.
Gordon and Stoca'ton have bought if
Dr T. W. Aver.- T'ne We.k-v R-rub:l-
an. form-r.v toi, J.:ckwnviie Repub;;-


*'in. and wl. ;nu: .;.tn it as we.l as Ihe
Evening Star Tne Repub.:,-ao is i;.l
'-ears o.i au n has ouly cnaugied hands
three times.
\%.It-on Outr f l'o>iil.l.
PrA.r.- \, (; .. Mar'i > --Pu.it :s are
x1ceetan:;,'v 'j itt :n Coff-e county. It
was amus:ng to see t-e i'cpu iat ieiders
)f the cc untv, ,iurn. th" re,.-nr session
,: the sup rr.;r court. trying t'. hibnor
with TToo \Watson. wh) wa-* in attend-
at court Tor the purpose of prosecuting
the McRea murder case. Tney so' n
iaicovered that he was present stric;.y
for busineci and not asa pj.i::'ai orac e
They hive di-c ivered unu:i.takab.y
that Tom Watson has really returned to
the practice of law and tne pursuit of
happiness.

Hunter'- Rye at l:u(-e A' : '-.

Cleaning ladies skirts uni wt;-'-
's one of our specialties. .S:ar L ;u,-
ry.


AN ERA OFCO1iIMISS IONS


Partly Take the Place of Con-
gress Committees.


A VARIETY OF' 1~i NPERUFORIMED.

0 r.-ni.-'.by teel 4-mt 4 ngrneumaor iAp-

M iantW1. I'xp-rio.zint- tsa itil-in'atiti
il~tmin-.ar ito the I lurk4IItiv.



'I., 1.11o, in N1*i....1 11-' :.1 -tLtt

I;,it is-i )O 4 iMtnni have takin'n tho-

i-)wti- t&-n. vile Ltin, \%- i %\ it-u tli'rin-
*'s as anything toin) its-s-ti);at*- aunt 1 '-
jl~'it upiix .1i ':1itt ll i~ttel.' inrif n ifg eiss
',% nul-Il it, awt lw:iin'!, to iiit then' plact-
anid ta in' tetli iin my an.1imake. It-4re-

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o I.'l !, pr .. lti<:. s t" i.- was not
tI! : i' ., :,a th't 1. .a l Che, ac-
, ,, : ,,* t!;* tiLl' .i ,'' li pri, -.edings
Ir : :l ; ,', : .r -. mut hli inter-
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S It ,iii prol,, i, t!i t 1!,, l'ort,,
I t[ tari- t t lill % ill pass thi, senate.
I.' ll;p:ir:it;\"in ly there, is Ai iuilih larger
Itsp.uii1lictn lumajority In t-l;.* -.i aite than
in lth, liol. v'. indl the-r iei iit) ;r,: it dll
position, to vote agniust th,. hill. al
though a nuritler of It,-puhli-anis do;
int like tihe- idea of Il.vying n duty on'
PoT'rto Rican gutasl".
I A .lo5se poll of tht- .-ii nt.- shows thtu
Quay will be s-at-l t y St, v s' n majority.,
I rather think it will bo t-tloie-r than
that, istt be lha th. vt.s o ,-ino, ssary.
A .m rn-t W. lU).Yx.

\V l havi -aved ( many do ctor bills
since' we be";ain u-ilig ('ht.;in#herlain'
Cu'n.h ei Il-ll'dy ifn IinI hll ,111t W0
k#- -p a hi),ttle pin ip all ti- tii'ie and
wh.-nicvt-Vr any of Iny f'-iiily ,or iny-
i-11t t-gin tti .iearchl tfiol. wi- litin to)
It- thil ('at hit; ltTiri-dy. .a il s, a4 ra -
-ult we- xi-vo-t-r iiatv- to ii- :aw t :y for
ai d oi toirr anlsi insiir a l r.i r Io 't,'tor
bl ll. f. r <'l:I;I ,II -rl IthI'- ( "',uzlI Rom -
- t.inly ;i Il t licit *,f ,r,:it illn -rit and
Sws'rtii.-11 S. vI-:.\1:!' >-.. i ..--n-ral
NM ., (!l],ant ;and arti' :' r. M, atti-. Red.
Sf iti l cOi'unty. 'Pa. F'Ir 1l- tVy H [n-
n.iaht r...,. 21 Sntlh Palafiox -treet.

WIrAr t.relary In Florila.
TAvIA, Fla., March .5 Secretary
Root and party are still at Port Tampa
Secretary Root inspected the forttfloe-
tions at Egmont K-.y ypeten-ray. and
was p:e..s-:d wita tue worse Today be
has ie0na lo )Ling over tue shirpin fa-
Scii')i,. at Pi.rt lanpa. where tle army
l.r uli. was emit,arked, and found
ILu b to :nteri-s-t hint


-r I t'.1. '.rI-'. Two streeIi
rir-,. ;. ..,; izI;:i a w\vrn.'e aboua
ir r-i,.4- ,iu'i a ''l:cnlanll hatd to interfere
;TAi arre-ir tneii hltvh T ihe episode oc-
id v -itermay ;ttrunotrn <,n -.11arettn
-:hite., nt-ar toue corner if Eroaid. Tnai
ti:etcners were Jark M\ioinier, of no
sect; or creed. and George Ueraid, a mis-
iunUary Baptisl.
for Bull't 4urwh byrup furnishes s n.st sub-
rnitl 'riiT.fi,rt tainl, r'-'i-f t r 'to ro ii-unip-
Sti : I t work tna(-t r -iunil kh a l,' cure-.
I-,,'t '1. -- _lr. H.- .f cntl i-rtti-' Iv tih* hld.
it ,-tr. i- i ,)-itl- a.li tI I- xinder-tfi

I ttlai s <'aptalin lio Trosible.
N;.w .i)lt.ANs. Marcni 5 -A bench
warrant wa- reteiv-d to,;ay :tir Julius
Moyse, the bo uo Captain CLars fr o
C:inton, La Moy-e got a draft cashed
there anli beat lh.* firm who acronimo-
d.ate I him Ite LCl'nioun rase i1 a strong
one anSi if iMovse e.'ape-s counvcsioe
here be will be turned over to tue CIlla-
ton au: norties.
I- 4.a, )lay IH. Pr-lsitent.
MAI:,;: ETTr. Mich. March 5.-Jobh
M. EH.mn, former general manager of
tue Like Superior and Ishpem.ng. who
two years ago went to Savannah tolke
vice presidency and general manager-
ship iof the Central of Georgia, so, a
crdinug to advices received here. to be
promoted to the presidency of that roLd.
IHe amieftl ilit swaireonae.
All -"nr- t hli It'r.i'k ifam ilton.
**, \'.-? .l. Tfor.,,n. (I.. ftor su-ff rlni
I- t;'<>ntr.. frtm I;-ftzil Fi-',,l:,, he
Swiiil alL- ni l,--- t.
' ',f w ih liv- i,,n.-f- ,,f lt;hii kl-n's
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Who is Rader?

He's is the Furniture
Man.

DURHAM Cigars have
no eqUal. For sale at
D'Alemberte's.

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Hlave Your Psinting.
n, Io PN,,,'-r H; rjwr,;fi 1g ''ie by u p-to-
d tp ii-iinpe l n h up-t,-dat'- stve,.
by patronlizing J. E. Rfo~m ").. No.
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2 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, MARCH 8,1900.
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EMPLOYMENT OFPPI I.
Ring up 382 or call at the office.
11 North 'alafox street. when in
need of a carpenter. B. D. Hoffman,
Business Asetet a4dJoirers' Union. will furnish you
with the desired help on short no-
tice. n25tf
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.gMabbiagx iat .Mueo.
MACos, March 4.-Dave Garrett is I-
rested here for stabbing Henry Lamber-
ton in the back. Lam certon claims
that he was stabbed from lenind
by Garrett. The row started at Car-
roll's Lar. a notorious pl.ce near the
Southern <,epot. rne men quarrelled
there. but peace was restored ana Lam-
berion ha.l rarteq home After lie had
crossed tne bridge he wai car. Garrett
made -4 e eiape. Lauibero : vwad taken
tO the city hospitaL
HOTa *.hoon Hlil ?;ter.


CAIPoFr. S. C March 5.-An inquest
held over the body of Henrietta Carlos.
10 years old. resutled in the evidence
that tne girl wa s sitting by the fire
when her brother. John, aged 11 years,
shot her in toe lack ot the neck with a
parlor rifle the bullet entering the
brain. Tne girl feil forward into the
tire. Toe boy claimie- the snootibg was
accidental and tint jury gavc him the
benefit of the doubt.
A Lyielhihng Parry.
CoLr'Mr'A. S. C.. March 5. Twc
bodies ot armed men are hunting fox
John Wilson. a negro, who attempted
assault on two young girls. operatives
of Tucapaw miil. Spartanburg county,.
There are 1oO in each party, and he will
be lynched it caught. There are very
few negroes in Spartanburg county. It
has been years since an attempt of this
kind has been made.


RANGES


All Connected
Ready for Use
for...


$13.OO I



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.


higi Sit I ca Tzi'.


PESACO[A GAS CO,


No. 3 S. Palafox Street.



James Hugh es'


Boiler Uforks


Steamboat and Sawmill
Work a Specialty.

steam Boiler-. Tank- aTik d S-,' t Irir::
Work Mlanllufacturfl d a i t.e-
paired. Pie,. Fittiu g- it
All Kir.d-.
0S to 813 Sen, 1 Palafa Str.
lr.<' ;;,," T, 1, ; ':". ; '*( '.


PENXA COLI. .


THE HEINE ACADFMYeF 1r usi 13.

MISS EVELE.E N1. HEINEE. Prr.'cipa1.
MISS IDA PIAGGIO. Assis'iant.
Volcet 4 4j 4 4 V4 11 .-1 1 Plan I *
:~ie i a SOt 4. i' 1 aI ltO Ni,41!.1I.:

Best Patent Flour.
Ouer Lo! rd I so.,Itll
Patent" ms t1.,c best ,K'ur t/,a
mn be/r"'oleib ai'
"all.-
For~fC! .Ue .dix one ol,
tie best T'a~~tFoods on
tie ?Yuzrkt..
.111 made by The 0. E.
Stanward .4t1 (i' C. and fur
sak eyiNew Orleans Grro-
cery Co.-


Phone 105.


M'HUGTH.
Proprietor.


New R.ilroad l In Arkansas.
HOT SPRINGS. Ark., March 5 -Hot
Springs is jubilant today over the ar-
rival of a train yesterday on the new
road, the Little Rock, Hot Springs and
Western road. The track has been laid
within a quarter of a mile of the termi.
nus anti the whole town was out to set
the new train.
l1I.1nk at Hlue Id;--".
ELv lin(G;E, Ga., March 3.-Mr. J.
IL Carter of Florida, but who has been
in New York in the banking business
for two or three years, has located here
and is estab.ishing a bxnk. Such an
institution is needed here, as there is a
large scope of country which is very ill
coventenc'-d on account of the distance
to the nearest bank.
Doesn't Travel For Fun.
Iar frw):i lecin;g the g;re:':t :autocr::t,
thle arbiter of tlinis of mI;:ituIe, tihe
preshdelit of a1 railwav'4y systeni. Ie it
g:' N i:hi a c('iilsli !'r.tiont for *v 'rythiin .
1v11ry anra.nidtnt. l:ir;z teir snt::!N:; every
t'cC'(rr'l''l'e liy \ lh(iceh tl.e r. ad is to lose
a dollar or to itiake a dollar. copies to
tile notice ,f the president. 1The sue-
('c's5 ful lh:i'l of a railrn.al Is the o(ie
wvlho cfn-ih :s t ,'!e ]ct4 I-'.'. lie is tlet
1i1,1t W \vlio I::l];cs the irll ,t. and l Ie is
t il :I an who,'1 h1is t'.I face tile llusie at
the (diriectirs"' Iie'ttitiI.
Wltenii you see the bright, smooth
running trav,,lin p;il:laces of the rail-
way president trail along Ibehind
t!,e l n: string of l.asen.ger coanchies,
yoiu occu:pant I!ais lnot the softest snap on
er'rth. Y"' 1.in :i0fo rest a~'sured tihat
if le Is a SuIsuces in his sphere he is
not tr:ivelini. fir fun.-Ouiaha World-
lier;ld.


A Questlou In history.







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CASTOR A T
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bcu;i A L


Bears ture o


*,..s Wyck For V.ee Pre-ellent.
ul-Smellint oNEW YORK, March 6 -An Albany
Fou -Sm eling correspondent says David B. H11a's


Catarrh.
Catarrh is one of the most obstinate
diseases. and hence the most difficult
to get rid of.
There is but one way to cure it.
The disease is in the blood. and all the
spra s, washes and inhaling mixture.;
in the world can have no permanent
effect whatever upon it. Swift's Spe-
cific cures Cttarrh permanently. for it iS
the only refmtedy which can reach the
disease and force it from te blood.
Mr. B. P. MeAllister. of liarraodsburg,
Ky., had Catar:rh for years. lie writes.
**I could see no improvement whatever
though I was constantly tr.-atted with spray
a:it! washes, ani differ
iiet inhaling reniedie&-
in f. t. 1 neuid feel thai
each winter I waiwor .
thaihlie ar previous
"-FinsIyK t wa
brought to my not e el
that Catarrh was a bh ,
di.-ease. and after think.
lug over the matter. I
saw it wasiunreasonablei
Sto expect to t. cured blJ
* remedies which onlI
l reached the surface.
h then decidhd to try
8.-. S.. and after a few bottles w* ,re used. I n,-
ticed a perceptible Improvement. Continum;n
the remedy, the disea-. wa. f,orerd out of my
system. and a complete cure wi- the result,
1 advise all who have thir dreadful disea-ze tc
abandon theirhloca treatment. which ha-snevel
done them any good. and tak, S .S S.. a rem-
edy that can reach the disease and cure It."
To continue the wrong treatment for
Catarrh is to continuato suffer. Swift'O
Specific is a real blood remedy, and
cures obstinate. deep-.euted diseases,
which other remedies have no effect
whatever upon. It promptly reached
Catarrh, and never fails to cure even th
most aggi vated cases.

S.S.S.he 1ood
i. Purely Vegetable, and is the only
Mlood remedy guaranteed to contain nic
dangerous minerals.
Books mailed free by Swift Specific
Company. Atlanta, Georgia.


r It I !r I 1 1 '1 111 lto I :'I' ore ,


!v let. 'FI'li,. i..z I I I I x i' l t Ihut h re
%%- ? In1 t.v iV: t t". I t kw a
c I Ir i )I .4fact. 1 i ?:t I f(lu1 i w r( te4
ciit hur for I lie ,z~loeor I Le' (rUfli-


Nelioulipum Bodies Spirni.
I t Lats Iben k uoI-vu11tor mI .1 :yye.a1rs
tlia t ce itaint-b~uLmis 1, E's l \%. k.re
Piiral ini f iiif.inbt it how. Kimte resel'v.
cil fo~r PIroife.sor IKecler i't he Lirh
4&s;v~i'i1'vytoi) iiva~e tlrtiro:hl t ii !i--
rmorluail511:: pfu'(otftile m j,144 1-ji it 41 tl~c'.
I i is. 'l'he re-s, It is ,ifI w 1i I et it I I-


I"[!)IRI). AND) GUIl" L AN lCO.

A npeting (if the -'tck nold'-!,orf
the Florid a and (OulfItI i rid 'twpally
w~ill be- held at the Ovett(i' f th- v('01:4-
Aii, l~hml, at 12Wc(I-vI,- o4
f14d '4e t.


FOR STEAM I i!Vf,( N'
PENS ACOL2A ELFUZECiIC7T~: 1MUNI '
ItAHzWAY C IP ,'
Trafn'3It-art, I'ensmeoia f-r t-eii v
'darw., 'Palmietto I-each, w er .::
Yasrd ar;(i Fort Parrurios at
'1:"'a.::~arlv a Fort Iarrpm. 1' i.
!ft:fb) a. tn. arrive at Fort )arrjaa~ii'v. I'. 44.4
1 :404 P. Ill. arrive at Fort IVsr-r n: ,
Ai: p. mr. a -r rr.'it t Io-ot Ps i ., rit..'- '
*::'1rpiT. a!' rive 1ht k u. t 11 1 1r7-, ic r- ~ ~r-'r
Tra n bav" Fort Iis," ....for j'e_ so
Colat ;it
7:"' n. natrr.v(- at P :"'' '''a. vi,
t:1~ ,('p .It. r r)ive at It--i :4:b ii In'
':'() 1). 4n. rivp'' t Iit a ~ i
Ill a -rriv eslit P- .',l c., o
Ii iT*.'4 l'ive 1.4 -sza
SU'N"Al tC:' F -
Leavo t ~o. vz, P r ranr a I

P tml

p"..'.
VA RR r 1R wri~t K n~
Penetcols to ,',)rt Farra'is--it. it lr.'-!rn 411
penqmceila to NttVy Yur. F.:.1ir.*,,. r'.1
f'onsacols to i'a~ndetto Ei'exen plnJ 1.'u:':,
PARN Woft sri'41) sy
?cflhefl'2tn art, 8srrablc.44 11.
I arua id rtur't
Parsaco3l tos V.)io ..e


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Place For Pensac-la
Buyers to Buy

Choice Family


GENERAL IN fANCE GROCERIES


-AND--

Real Estate Agents,
P.LNtAOOLA. FLA1.
REPRESENT TWENTY-TWO OF THE
LEADING FIRE. LIFE. MARINE.
ACCIDENT. FIDELITY, PLATE
(LASB AND STEAM BOILER IN-


Cc HC ST sR g mS LUGLISH IURANC E COM PAN IF
ft-m'c ""bdtud~ anmd Iloits
esmaw,. Z sIeIe "r "..~mmai4-.H I ii t r"Alcf's.
-d -eberIrwL3a0Tmi."m 1 .b...


-IS AT-


The Well-Known,
Up-to-Date Store


-ET F- -


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~-12O-122 -~


E. Government Street,


trends claim that the ex-senator will
bead the New York delegation ro the
rantoual Democratic convention. Mr
Hill's fellow delegates a, iiarc, it is
Faid, wi;i co ex-Judge Auau,ta's Van
Wyck cf Brooklyn. Richard Crcker of
Maniattani and Eiward Murphy. Jr..
ot Troy. There hia been talk ot bring-
mr forward ex Judge "Van WVyck for
toe Democratic nomination for vice
president. His presence as a delegate
in the Democratic national convention.
it is believed, might further carry out
this desiga.
N. w Iroei I)* velopnmentt.
MON3Gt'1ERY. Ala., March 5.-The
Iron City Brown Ore company, com-
posed of Anniston. Ala., investors, has
been organized with L Levy of that
city as president. and has purchased
valuable ore properties at Iron City,
east of Anaiston. It has about 15 men
at work already, and will produce about
100 tons per day. The company has
orders ahead for four months.
Indlies Iprisaing.
BENSON, A. T., March 5. Rumors
have reached here that a large body of
Yaqui Indians are headed for the inter.
national line. Orders have been issued
by General Merriamn to the comm tnd-
ing officer at Fort Iluaciuaca to hold
troops in readiness for immediate tield
service to be used to reptl any atternpt
to cross the i:e in'o the United _:ates
Lots of L4grrp '.
TAIPA, Fla., March 5.-It is calc.-
lated that hundreds of persons in this
city are ill from lagrippe. The physi.
cians declare they never saw such an
epidemic o" it as at present.

Bears the The K:rd Youl k e Al'iys Br,.lt
Signature


Do You WVant

To Be Pretty?


RTTEITIOl, LADIES


for Infants and Children.
Cas~torhtiqa on aLariffle~is stib!4ititte 1i(.r ('Citur Oil. Pai,
Contains naeithier Opi-a, i" rp14i~neirv ?or oPthter Natrve.i
rinbstancec. It de4stroys Vt4 ornius and asLv' I4iriltme-
14. cure-; lDiarrhoat a :til WindI Co.lic. It' refic-t1es Trel:-
ing' Troubule-;ztand ctare-4Con~sit~iption,. It re-rualat-4th' i.
$tomnnch anol, Bowvel%. iAvimu- 1wa:lt Ii tyaInatlurattnl, .ct''.
"The Chljirezi's I'.tuce~a-T lie Mother's kFrien~d.
The Kind You Have Always Bought1
,00 Bemx the Signature of


In Use For Over 30 Years.
c.hs HcfsuCOPAN. TVmm v S iVrTrIlr r


Shas. I Turner,


*O-ARCHITECT-Ki-


S A N )


General Contracto:

'u il. l i :. I ., ::: :. .M 'l: t l a nd r,: I:. t' : . : -'. ,.'
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A Complete Plumbing Department undcr
Management of E. B. More.

iti' ot .A ll :i 1-. }';,,plartld ,n "4".*,r: .,. :c,,.
W .\ I. \: ;: ; d ('a refdliv S t :.1 S:..* .'. '. :. *
Tilt .1 !l KX A, Init1 t Tt i Ii- :. .... A;'p :
lHot \\ : .;:i I (a s Fixturt 9.


Are you sunburned, No. 19 S. Palafox St.
reddened by heat. florid
-is your complexion


:: Telephone No. J4.


bad? h
We've got the right it Natin
thing for you: l l D


Cream De Beaute.

Highly recommended
for a skin beautifier. It
will remove freckles


CA -ktI I F.


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skin


and make the
clear and smooth.


PARKER I)RUO CO.
For Sale Only by

q4qqIS' iq qa4cy,
215 south .Palafox St.


Indigestion!

We challenge the world
to produce a remedy equal
to the .J[atchless Mineral
li'ater for the cure of In-


Dyspepsia a(Tn


tll/ formss of Stomach, Bow-
cl Troubles and Skin Dis-
eases. Guaranteed to cure


or money! refunded.


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Cost


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Oie (lollar bottle ,last twcn-

For Sale bhyfa(71?(1'I!.;! fs.

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Grist and Corn m1eal Mills,
19. F. GOtIZ'UaEZ & rO.,Prps
Manufacturers
CHOICE 1FEAL AND) PURE 6 ILoUN 1
STOCK IFEED).
l'ntro--A.z- ome Industry. for there
e-v.r- vryri.4I(.n you '.i:o-ul~d buy your Nt-al and
dr''4"k I'es'd from tlthe H oms-!.tnnufacz:i r-r.
r jv .so doiin oryou envou raige bornse rd -j--
You- n4-)r" flNi ,.4 Jo' ~tlt m thjet coifliUr4fit V
wvl' y''i i ~tur ntsr.,indiro-ctly 4i,'i:sd
Iii4 f','erinir the liorne miaziu..factturer you
c~t:ir11jt f the exube of labor. You ow'-
it i"o theen4Tirrimil' in which you lile and


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GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUSHEL & HON'3 l' 1*


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


GOLD DUST.


S"son e haid wo withottGold


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C T!i"NG CROCKS AND
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1 64 ~ft. K. A'W12J4XCOMPAWdY.
C:- ': t. oui, low York. aBo LO-.


V,'-TFON AND MAID.


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CONCRES5;MAN EPPES DEAD.'
Houte 1,82949-4 Resolutions of Rospret
used Agj urns.
WAIMNOTON. march 3.-In the house
--o(j.tv desk of Representative Eppes,
Wil-od:ei iA-E 111gilt. was hung with
crepe and covered with a profusion of
flower-4. iihP@, mes and carnations.
Ine cnaplain, in iiie invocation made
fe-'im: re:erence to his death.
.4r. Hav (,f Virginia then announced
%%.;tti an expres:,ion of profound sorrow,
on the i.xrtot hiniselt and hisamsocictes,
the (;erth of Mr. Eppeq. lie offered res.
ointions of respect and sympathy which
wero u7janimoti-ly-stiopted.
AcOminitteeef I'S members was ap.
pointed by tne s.eaker to act with a
setinre committee as a funeral esetirt. It
incInde-i toe entire Vrginia delegation
in too i-iou.;e and Revresentatives Rhea
of Kentuokv. McCall of Massachusetts.
DeAr:no9d ot Mi-souri, Jenkins of Wis-
con-in, J. 1S. Wilitains of Illinois, Joy
of Xhs6our;. (,L-vtcn of A:ab.Lm&L and
Henry -t)(i Bailey ot Texas.
A 'I -is a iur-her mark of respect
to tLe (ILe,3ased, the ii(,use adjo-arnel


a-ruslon Wool Increased.
CHATTANOWA. March 5. General] THINK IT AN IMPOSITION.
John T. Wilder, pension agent. states -Natives of Cuba Otj-ct to Sanitation
that orders have been received from D-Allif"etioll.
Washington effecting several thousand Dr. John F.
pansioners in every district in the a,.,!ue is iii Memphis. has
United States. Tue giit of the order is juQ,. rtturu_d wi
_71 Jere he has
ti2at in future all pensionem wili receive L-ee--- z,, -,L:- d'irv_-u,,a of the surgeOn
their -pensions from the office in the dis.
trict in which tbey live. Hereafter all genera. "i e. riemter of the United
pensioners who reside in the south wiIi 6-2tes Inariue !2--a-al c.rpq in char.-a
be paid by General Wilder. The order 0.' mid aiz-in'eci-a at Lzauti-
has increased the pension ro.1 about ago' 1laviiaz a_-1 umer FillIES.
$2,500. This lia now psyiug b.ojo Mexi. I:-
carAwar pensions, several pensions of la- ile'11:h Cuba is C'-In-
the ludan ware and one revolutionary ct-l-le I loULAt inat Ouse
rt-n-irlsier, Mrs. '-%'anc.v Jame% 9.5 years IT-", i-oic g o.i ca-e ot. tiieni.;tjives were
of age. tio. stricvvu witti thti nusor,ers 1*culiar
to tll^ count.-Y, aul I linve not L-nown a
TAKING THE REIN-5. FiCk d-tv urziug ti;,3 vear I spetic on the
is-aud.
Tne Aust:iar,, ::;e t- a ;-,dway V ren I first went ther-i I ewild see
tae i-.%.i e'le,-ts f rom i.i tiouriantuent anti
t!!o U10 wtat of pru--er ;ool.
-Ivio ty III Iw "Le-vius yedow fover, we had quite
a g")')(i tleai (A sma pox t_) ticdl WIELI
4 1'.:0'2 f )I. aa4l In V *,,-.Ft ,.-_,rjc wa-i in the disinfec-
T.011 ki, t:Iti !!Iiiti Ai;,hon4o XIIL
t j;. its !littj-V. It '')Iile I-I-) liavaud liarbor on Aprii *4
1: f't' Dirl-t. l1'1*%%" i-1 .1 f-t:,.. 4 \%t) It caa Is ci!Eoi aboard. They
\%t!re I,, tli--, ho-Pital and tua
ti:iluvr
o: Ll 1) 1
Wert) CiO.UlatA A days.
k re becom-
T."I 14.Aud a
In over American oc
ani wuhrefer-
t" 1*[!t enc,, o wii:on is beoig done
to L!ea-t% conditions. Tney
1: d 1, on z h e L,;i3 i to house intipeo-
tiol:; tAj (,hers. and told us
tna: w, ti.3,1 oarselves into their
f couu-" V -tud ilow they could not
even -il ;v I I tit, 1-rivacy of their own
hi 11!tq-, l't-V such luspoctions
W e rt-. 0. r.:u-- thov nad buf-
e'. UIi--r -:I z-u!e. Now. how-
ozi t over, tho I 4.i.)Ix.ti ur ;t rstand tne objecto
lw-! N- and no seri -).i 1 jdc a to our work is
va S I. .. .. ; i, u r;z, d.
ufli-: illo tLi. nni.-)ng theufli-
cer-i inar uli:i,s vvi.i re-nme tiorinal
i siw-)! -.%:z:i r;a work whxh iq to be
:::id P: In-o. 2 121 Iv Prin.-o di ii-it ihii y.eur rud it is cermin that a
:,I. VIO Yery inuca aztir area of the a rivultu-
1, r d I _'T I Wlil be ujuier cultivation
A. is 4!;.I\ ill;; tilk-Ill i'll the thii \ eir 1bin there was last.
T%%i. [Inndy 1114itieket&
T h I ,, I In'"It Drkill;.- (.1111 (if PI-I Atoll- lace lian4likerchief some-
Ilia k :il1.1Ilj.!1lllg :1 tl,4,ttill;; ill vtl!lg 14 tio
tanc.i 91\,1s the w-vuer intich trouble.
Cid dilling tit#- Relml-lit-w) naiionul con- This an:ilyancv (-:in tie doue awav with
rpliti-n. Thv n1,cvs!-nt*3- inoiwy for iturse.., I
been smarititced. j it clie I':js ;n lit.l. gown I sniall pocket
C. W. Winship of California ttiiiiks he in ole jurt side of the jacket or waist.
c:in c;!jiture the dotible to-Iinj reeord foir Thi-s (-a I)o rijaile Other triangular.
tn)tters vitli Gazelle. 2:11'... anl Aster, j soluar4L. op round In shape. The small
2:12'. Tho limsvnt reefird k 2:121.4, held I)It or i;.xt. Is tuckeoll inito this. and the
by BvIle 11ainlin and Honest George. vdr,--vN 1wel) over the top of the pocket.
I Another 10(wki-t doe" away With (tie
Whir-n yoti wantsoniethin_- to lic-al roII;%_- up of tht- handkerchik-f anti put-
-I burn. or it -,orp, or a ctit, why rot till:, it 111) tht. 1,114. .lee C a
try Fai:ner Ba've whiell i-a ginini'mp, d v t
We lllwq hekill[14 ointmelit ill tile tho wrist has a small slit which admita
worlij. Take ito stib!-tittilt-- NV. A. tho handkerohief in(] allows the bor.
q lor to fail ovor the gloved hand.-
Lwiisville Cmirier-.1mirnal.


TC,%-4 TCDIP:CS. BOY SLAYER BOUND OVER.
),,r Fifteei -Y-oar-0, i Cricialtial Charged
lift ttitikery a is:,, to ter.
ATLANT %. March 3 -Paul Rainwater.
the 13-Tear oli -whooll'Oov who killed his
Oayinate, Frank 61uppey, last, week, has
been L.uwi over cjn the ciiarge of vol
untary inanelau-ititer. His band was
113,01 at wh-,ch was rea(ii iv given.
1ne :atiier and iu,,tier ot the dead
lud at-prart-d as witneses, as did Wil.
lie a brotiiof- Mrs. Mattie
Lowis anti two negro girls, Queenie
LU-1 Cornoia Hood and otners.
!'kionias. %vho said she bad
W!lLt,H-d tii-i affair, delivered the inost
?tartiin- tps-itiiq tiv (if the trial. She
l A.11d 111 aw I'dul Rainwater when be
rank Slavpev saw the
lat-or till to the ground.
Y,,Uflg S..Ll)l)eV VAi jitabbPA a Nveek
and dieti Sarday i ,ir in It
f soprus ifiat he anti hi%- broLner were
T,..,vinj: Tii;trt)ie,4 in their froLt yard
%%net) Pdui E.Ainwaer andacutupan.
t k,,:, ton, Berrv IAn;zlo-d. pa-sed along the
street. Tue younger lappey boy said
that tho other two lads appeared to
Inake ton of. him and his brother. and
they btopjei the game and went around
in th,. back ard.
Tho Pr&-Artit lie New Vook.
1,ranion Wier.
OTC- Nlit-11 3'oll CRISS(,(] YonK, Marcob 3 -PreEilent Mc.
r".. Kinler arose early this morning acd
N i0io-n. I crtised t1w rail."- alter br-akfavir ret-eived caLerd at the
Plnin Manhattan botel, %%ii:-re he is stopping
with nis wife t;ur;t.j: his way here.
OnIj Ito Other 4 hildrria. I ho-te wtio treak t,;t#q I wirti ihg tire,4i.
dent aud Nlrs _NIvKiuiPv were Abner
MvKin.ov an-i 1114 wlto-, Xiii.4 1146.e Mg.
Kallev itua Mi-,s 1,.&rb -r it niece of tLk-
yre-;id,,iut Ani-ig thofo wao called
were G )vernor Nastis or Onio, ex S,-cre-
tirv of the Inittior G rriehn, N. Biisj
I and Getierai 6retivilie NI Docind.


DUNlN'Sn;E


Said
t! I il;im il)L,' d'iw il his
Ili i:1 ;f 1111, 1,0410-1.
14111! 4;'1 t!;-, w a


C; A%. 13 rp C31 Tx x JL.
v DO
Ua-v th Ire Kid Yoj Ha* A:wg.yj
B:z,, R! re 7e

To I'll F; PUBLIC.
I v r 0 v v e i : I f i
; I

'J v I I t t r
C I I i lei h t 4- r
I U 114 1 -
P-111tall Nlix-d. 2 11,1MId- fill- 2.5
All Favev Nlivtd C-ind v. t;,p bs-t
"V#.I. fir, ou--ht I., ni vol'i .-i t I' I eplits
r 1), ) U tj C.1 and 7-ee fo! litir-

are fre,,h and fitip. j,,i,.t fr4)111
th vhw-. C. A i -()!! -I- i, F.
4j I m

PROFESSIONAL CARDS.

Dr. Mareellu5 MeQreary,

physir'In rfint I'M On.
Kt-ldenee. `4 W%t firvi,,ory -it rt-t-t
Pholip i*.4 I *
I.-Illber *- Huddiniz. )I,,:_ k4,-ath
Valsifl)x Street. Phone,-71.

DR. Wx. 0. DicWBERRY.
OFFIOE-Hannah Bros.' Drug Store.
PIESIDENOE-400 E. Jackson Stree


Wm' H. Mayean, M. D.,

1.1cmeclaWc Plysidn and [r1rop,
Late Wr Ocala. Fla..
t)fTt-rrsbtprofe,.4s.oriniorrit,litn
ZI-1). Of V11%jilc.da.
Empw-iml attilintion eiven *.o tho
of Chrowe I it a nd I i!-. ,t
Women slid Chddt,,t,
Thirtv Yemr- Pract! 0- I;i lh 1-m1b.
M v,- H ou I -: -'.1 IL. in. t:" I- I A ,, 4 1). 111.
K*sidence Vhone.No-,.'-50.
Rr-nt-Hlount Ruildinsr-llto-)m :1

Ph Bit., I-- - Cb "-/I


Restaurant AIttached, Open Day ai
OYSTERS', FISH AND GAME OF ALI., KIND

Special Orders at Any Ho
RATES:-From $1.00 to $1.W per Day.
535 and 5198. South Palafox Street. Pensacipla. Fliwida


TIME TABLE.

LOUISVZLLE AND NASHVILLE IR
i.v F:F,,vcr JANUAR.N '-,. Eswl.


J. E. Stillman & Co,


Smoke DURHAM Ci- Dr. Wilnier Z. Ifall,
gars at D'Afemberte's- DENTAL SURGEON,

C"Ic i-; %V 2% 4 F, VI qu k. Masonic Temple. Phone 3.104.

H 1 1:
WINTE9
hil
vt- Waited to bty ill kirds of' Soccro

41 Forq1ture, Nerchudiss, &c.


JOHN NICHOLAS'


It-I'list Bar U2.


Butcher and Green Gracer.
PHONE 1 072
F rs i T, tin o- - v at: d N at j NI -a! a,
f -,ickpn and
Vr-iduv- D;ji.' -.- .
Shop, Reir (f Johns,.,n & Son*3 S!are,


v..


Railroad Exehaw_t-. 11hone 2#k%;.



LODGE DIRECTORY

KNIGHTS OF YTHIA9.
Pensacola LoxW. No. 3. K. of F.
meets overy Monday even.
Ing at 7.,ih at Cootle flail.
in liutebinson ball. Woos
I [It endene la, st r"t.
VitsitinK bretbren cordUM13r
Welcomed.
H. J I I)AVLVX.
If. HoR-4LEJ9. C. C.
K. IL & 8.

W. 0. W.
Live Oak Camp Nov. I Woodimau ofth,?
World.
Nfeet% first and third FrWay night Im
onch month. Visiting novers6ligns cordi-
ally lurited. W. W. WATRox ,
14. It. T If AM Its. t3erk. C. I:.


Acme Beer,


AGENTS.


CHAS. COT"d7RELLv

Artistic Photographer,,
ROONF:t, VISHEK BUILDINO.
':04-s. SOUTH PAIAIVCX STREIM.
Satisfaction Guarante+d in Evvry Par-
ticular.


HIIING Most 9 Coto


L; i U. Lk
,*cldry m. Forry anin. Yates,

The Jug Trade

Is Our Specialty-=A,

l1r.,nipt Deliver% Sati-faction
fluarjutf-ed.

Dannheisspr Bros.,
Pil Solith


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v 1,1-10#


V. J. VIDA5, Sole Wbolesaler. PAISfox St"mt,
Pensacola.. Florida.

ALSO HIM,;& HAID118 WIRM, 11PORTED AND DO11VIC
p
Paul Jones and No Sprinis ftlebratel Whiskies. BARGAINS
IRY A HIRE Of CIURY 10110.
PHONE 154. : : : : P. 0. BOX 587.
JUG & ]FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED
Frp#4 Delivery to Any Part of the City.
Real Estate.
,,f!Ml orders left at The OffLee. Vidal & Smith. will to carefull,
to.


Till: OVIATE-11. WKASOM
III hi. hd ,f
li a
11 -7 .
I I;. w ill I. d. Vk it 11 it %wil
I- or mv dreftin %--rt, otist ui bed toy
t 11" I r
Thmt m pim, t-fttied twv th- lt-tto-r It.
A :10 I In,-'A 11V 111 1, v I (of tlint 111(jeoUl
That -,wn- (if u,, sh-irtly v ill b- I,, ttio, .,,,ip,'-
And !,.,I Hicy will f-ir ill#- -boop wa-
fill"d With the fillo-t mid fa'tio-t.
Thi-I-Ii, W:4-4 !-elit mit hy Nick
Ap:--tl#- anfi tho-o. ehivic,- j re
1; 4) W f. r z;i I ov, (1, 111 or r zi w r#,:! I V if,
c0avk% i*. I i i s rest-itinint. You can
L!#-* t"Iftin bY thp Plate. dolz#-11, 1) tj n-
drtd. toarrel dray I-lad, wapin load
4.1, ("Ir 1,1:141. Ow.tiv too thp ru-h of
bu-ino,-- the- atrvitigof rezul:irmpalF
will be discontinusd afto.r thi- week.
hill -po-vial ordlo-r,. will I)#- #-rvvd at
illy Ill tir (of the day or nigl)t.

W, will Lilly dor volir r
f-Al-h atid 11174k,.
lik, ut-w. ST:jr Lam-Ary.

CALL AND INSPECT

l"n" for from :Ilol
B)LDSTEAD :it

ftp, FEC2mbla Pers.11,ure fcmpip',
I
Five Thousand Rolls
%V311 Vii:61-1' Ill -:1-L-k. '.11 1-,' ti'- '3-
-, jV.t!tf-rlI-. a f'l Till
Pi f",-iii *(l 11.7- I- r i
K- & C, N. P
24f-'f


;,%D PZRSIA.


1., i 1- : lld
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il Ok i
I -:I T lit- v. :I- n
I-v lio-tr
Th
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11,q-4 by 1 .11

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urniture on Credit
III,#- of li-i io
q. v 1 1, %-. NV .4 Y d,, I,-
io.,r, of o-ver v
choapezt to tn'. fill-t-
!--oret.iry cs-p, vleo:diltly
a fille 111le of chilla clo-ets.
v-7ytimig cintained in a th-t-
.-miture e-tore at 0. M. Prvt-bi


will hit v 1, 11) ac re% 4 if Ian d nnrt b
citY istia we*t of iiouldans.
will huy us jiscrt-6 adjoining C19Y
-f the
$2000 Iltilitil.
,will filly four li solid MOC19
Three Replar $3000and a 1w;o-d svv.-ri rvoin bOU90
This prioperty I% in N--w ( itv,
Mcals Fach Day ill htl.v 7. At McFe'l lwtvtossm Big
$400071ayou anti Lit t is- Iinv#pu. rbie
property Im, is wftt--r front, oti, the- be): N1,90
25c Each. on Big HftYou mutt Little- Hayma.
Ill buy ono of [ti- b"%t r"11-
$5000d'e-net-mi on Wp-t it Ill. Aitumt#d
on tirpot car linv: lim Iss r(m)m,4 and all inud-
--rn convoalrncv.
nd $ight. will huy lot wit Ii ;!se, It front oill
$600OPalafox str"e-t. duth (if 4.reii-
nry. 11111% can be- minit-diately utilized for
)A IN SEASON. busins-ss purpose-4.
will buy lot is; it I! -s I't front an
our. $70000r.Vory and :-i Is, Vi-ot on %I-
"A""' ft"'I W f, front n WriKht. TbI
prilts-rity fine nice- vo-ttam- (m ifmid thare I:
LODGING: pleot),oif rommi to build ud#pzpn hou4si-smaore.
25 and 50c $8000 .111 buy a hanstessimo rp*idpneo
'111 Vm4t Gregfiy i)e-twss-+-u Paims-
fox and TarrmKolift -,t ro-t-1 .
willbuynti %p w-ro- birm with
$9000gostpet lioti-t- imind fat III bu i Idinne.
Vlogant propertv for tri(-k I'mmemic and
lairvpurpos"ei. Thoopla;,-e ju-it o-Asido
'AILROAD- thessity IlIIIIt%.
will hsiy n 1,,t in tl,- t,,j-In#-*v
$10,000 pait sit t1w (*It-v "Itil 11% feo*
frolit.


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GOINO WINIE BEL


CURE VGURSELFi H OF E LODGE. No 2-:71. H..
lot,%
'1A F. 1' Hal!

Monday, April 16,1900.
'r-i-Ewc Z [w
%old by 11rn=wW&
nt i
I,'- Tlicko-t!; -)4' cenvi. I.Adie! Free. Free


REAL ESTATE AND B30KERACE


AND L TIN\IBER LANDSI,


THE~ ORIGTV &L


STv LOUUl


ON EUROIPEA14 PLAN..


BETWEEN PENSAbCOLA AND JACKSONVIrLL~E. H .WTR-,


JOHN MlcDAVID9


Meals at RII Hours.


Open Day and Night.


KW'A Cninrplete Stock o f C;.;a!-;rtc:dcJCl~- La~d To~bacco,











THE DAILY NEWS: PENSAOOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, MARCH 6, 1900. 5


LOCGA NEWS NOTES BEAUIFUL SKIN


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Soft White Hands
Luxuriant Hair
Prauced by

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SSOAP

f.a.. eaifr t.-aie-t, ha K!i,.t:,. I i, :r--ri 'I he-
I 1-!!a~la At'... I A;V.ie Lta -.,ai. *
r .ta 3i't(i !~-kin, re-I. r'a.tbmigr a i 1athI
I,. hiliz KAa'uaaQ andsal eahta-less n dl..ar 'x .-L n.
1L I ?"'' i.:.and s.zai~aelal al I -ab i-lae.,,f-
I -. e-v Ow w 'a'. ja'1 e'#nt)le actthe- (aai-. %1'aZ.,
'a:.. I *s.'a. .1) (t a C. ('lt ,! h ,*I. ., '0
I a. hI. a laeliautil'.a.Skim. iiur doand [Ljatre.11


jida?!'. the ~.. aei!-; beinfr full of thiee


unl-r Noew-.a 1 .i- a p-;t le 1 u)-itie'lasil,
:tatvo-uti-inz n.-t- inutair eifthe JPa-ns11*


a ,- [ II (! aetl .f. I ii X 'w !iite 1 1 Ita .rtl lf-llI
W~ei i C llt-!! Ieel the' Praegr.---i a lp II
I -t ii..cktat.ifaul'aejul evin Ia' jev Ie

a',ei'. .. ona huarai, L ..,m
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POLITICAL ANNOITNCIEICTS.
Fo~r lepree -1s~tattie.
i. her.-1u~' ant aic(, e-"0'' -P~f a-a car-.idat-
~ ~- l'a. .-at r.. a toaa- to rilt e lonuoac: att':_



tar~~~~~~ !"h a *'iffh'a.Iouti!V. AndIrvdj-
'TUIv T he .t.;aiport of myf e6nd'
ta-.l -t~r ~ria*c'V) flt ..If a-li-t-ClI will
daoal; I%.Hod the- d -t:.'saaf'.ixd~''tfli-


For Imoriff.
II la-e-r tmiai nc-riet nI-a- Ov&P!V a R krd cit'ia
ta.r re-#-i,-i t ot (11 eatha th, ,11' C-- of of k:? ,! E -
janiatia i'aaillt 1-I' i~iia.i .and '' Uv. te*!f
f ~ ari ad at.tt-rt-'t 4eft aliiniv Ii nd-

Feor Sheriff.
I hera--la announce myself a candidrita for
'ie-rifT af Eselinziai county at t he e-nsuing

Feor Clerk of fhe Circuit CA~urf.
I be.radav a'inounee nie-,-f qq a candidate-
faor roe-.lt'ction am clerk of? the' circuit Couatrt
of I-.attinitaia eatnty at the s'ni-.uieag .-leetiuti
and as~ktU. e -.upport of t fe vota-rv.
A. M-M.MC M 'IiAVA.
For Circuit Cle'k.
u! ai 101 e n ao y ii ii vv t id ida e'avf or U: tr k onIt he


4 ittit a U if e 1at1-t eft' t: aitllaldft .'n ilif'yv. s u ea-1..t

Feer Circuit Clerk.
tiaa Voe-\ate'rsa aat I:.ama'tia 4 oe alifl'
v iaiaaannaaaae..- inl%-ei-f aciv, rtliaaintp 'fear
Ilha-. etlaa IchaI k eaf t 'e'ircuit a'eatittof
F:-cm I IeIt IIftC.'.aI I It vH!aIaI %%tli b.a-ple-t~i-ed lae
!alla flii 'alajaaloef Inv .fraenrd- aawl I:e-

lacir Tax ('aahl'ceaar.

Iataa~'' .aalnd-ak t 1' 4Ijijt,)taof ha'
141 .-ai-arlvote-a a gala'all.

Vair 1Tay Ciollecfaar.
a I -laila !!I .'a-t .1 1,!- V .a' i'ta17 1a IIa t a
tit \at'I


"fI-N, ra'a -..e'Ili%
a ai~ Taa I al (l~~a 1at- at 't h! ui1,


11 -oi 1% I\ I 1 \ i ; { .>'i. 1 \ i r if ,T i
tIiiZl c eF' -a ie.-r li i a a lF'or Ta\ii Ax e-sstir.
- "a ib.a llt .l hjia-. ;il. l I, ,i ll i : a,. ..i.la'.u iatncy of W iliat',l \"W I: ,'i;t l- 1'
Ij l |- t i( ,ra l a l\ ,>l|lll,'t, laCe'tl f' l' b cii 'l i i I tt\ i"-
f1 I .IaviI1 i iit < : 9i v. a''' t hi'I
. ". 1 .' k* r "f I'n L h i, t l ;..,tin;, oI f tht I tinIrat i.,:' ni ri ,.-.
fre 't 'h t at'" ,. t. r- Illi i i.a ('. itr.a l . . .- -. -.. .. -e..r
,'t.l lt tll- ,,:. ; 1 -*-'VrT l l til l, :- *I !1 ..r, I v tnlno ,Ulw i ,-- iiv-,lf f it <'itindiolila!.
A it , r I 1 .-t i filltlit l ,ea ti '- fc-a>!r n'tri-( ullti;t
riv -d ti :. .i-. i;y fft lri l t li ,.a,,Iiit i y '. -i tI ,-c t t a d- 'l- o Ii t a ti th ., tlin
I ;rCte-l !' a e-\'aaar't fai'lIti aaf tt I l-llare tal.t p nIila Itf e riaa l.ain. nliid re--p ct-
l-'l 1'.I' -v 1 ft tht i- illoriill feur If t ia -ah,',at th.*,.tipDo,ert iof tt l ate o r- of thi.
l'i,,,litv, I|l i.( lit g it lil%-elfr fa tIhe future l 'he
E I terii Ili ria a pflaaIt-. l -;aln. fmitIft iparf ild lilit'in e i duIty that I
Sha i 1:1i idde + ('ii.dv Ill II e-:iI lv all h, ". "".iI'""- r'""t teo u oiitll ,11 urliti mvy ai-t
a- ,-'c, a .1.. l "'llall" Ttf Ithe ollic'-. .. 1 FRA I El:.
S.'..r .t-t '. ei:,l- ; il tIhl- C liltryV.
-.1 Sl .'.e,. lti I tehtlld nllt 'Pao l I if f the' Al- -IFor .Jusltiie'r lhe Peace.
I 1- 'i IIIlV (' .. Toi K\\I riprer.-e 1 .,! i, ,I. lta iinoul iny caltidaillnc fa. r'.-
t ;ti .- vy --trrdl.,y ":' l l 1 lll .i t :AV a l.,< t!oll Lt, ti,-ll. tfl'.- eIf .l t .-twl f- t f tlh a:.<-
t ;ir Pe.Tl-:'i..:;( i;l. the lPuraIe-t ;ll' t h, a' .t*' sec oll Ia'. I '-t.-liu.hj-, te thi' t'-
I.-t w ,atei r li r ('alidV illiki:ll that I lt t il, .! l llaa i hail;tI *1 I1a.: w;KIt jr"'..
!,;Vf (,ttlll| ;taliVW" llr'H ."
I Ihere- will b.- a Iii..,.tiiz of *hio I'. .r ii*'""ti'e o'f the Peace.
I C. ('. at i ;;:; n i'cle 'k tll Xt W iell'-- f ihv -11 l '-'Inev> i at of l tliar1 t, -, f ll(i. l
i i h' t-'l a il-v ilil ,t'ai inl" tmiv caft.li(ftc v ar< .l l'ti ','
I.tV. .:M ;rrc i 7, t th il t- re .-id,,i; ice f tlt- ,,f tl-,. I'.itce'- e th.. i c ty S,- i+li- t. M r-. lia'- k I-i .I,1 io -. A ll lht- Il 't e tllof t tie' l i aIillalinl lll pi lllivlirlt ..
% l i] ;ir+- ilnt t-it--to.d il t ii.vit#'-i to :it- .IAM I-- t. LAND1i.i 1M .
To tild. a-. t1 l- i- "h, lt .-t 1.1- i : Ie.a t e .a e l m j.pe, liftrtent.
l~I",, ;l*? ** i l i:il|lln. S i .M1" 1 1 ,Ii n A ll -' 111111 lll tlll t .. I r I !l -I a l t4o a W 1) a1,1i of piil, ,, i a i :l i. I ,,. ,,.-.t. t, ;!tt *.
'lI'-e ltit, if jp e--ibl+ .."lir, :thli pr. iitrl i .a I I I- 'tfillv -,'
T hl. -*ec re.t:ary ,f t li trp I- uri y h1 at- .:,.l' t _' ,a' ,a t I",',:,,, .. .i , l. t
'I -I.: ta:it '-d I ',t]-a.a l I a- :;i pi 'rt e f .I A t I.1 1
I, t 11,l l i- t'0llll lea: i| I B l' lI it!i I-1 . .
lita, iala;. rt- !a f, '-I, 'l i I 'l,, i. lrl Ili y i l a-! i \-h.p a. :i ,
It : l i : fi aIt Illti ti l it y V I ... i t. 1.:1t t I alat' l -t. : 'i t* i. ,
,.atl-',,,r:, .'l I t I l.1 :a,.tae-- t (a. l lt,.t J I -, .it ,ta ,i v ;ii.! it-a-a : at-I It Ia ,l*:ta hi,ai
i 'lItI ,,1 iii -i I li; l.-. tl'I li r-t
-' : 'l.: !i' t i I i \'\ :t Ia; I ..r Un p rini tetrli i a t I 'lili' ln-
a ; T. i; ia ', a : I : : a ,i tt:a fIr Ii '-i !, i.- tr ii l 'll't.
I a a '- V I I . I i i l .i ;a : Ia
[, 1: , i 1 "0- It N . , I 'l r .f Inn ito .1: i ; l -
'a ,Wa' ai '.a'a' aatf' '.li i -IV 1 `1 -I ai
l'ttt-haiit*. V.It I;. h. a\ ;!;I': aat l __v__t ar a a... III u 1 aa
1 i .iy. ai .. r'. t i : -: I r th l ni, -r ': ltI I .i la'-
S11; |"* '.\\ aa1a1' a ea I: h,. a r 1 t|i .! I- l fr,' i"al t N .. i i ll t1f- a a I. a S.ll 'Hr-

.t of I 1 0 1 r I 1 l W !..t a a a . -"rat I, I'rl a

a ,,,,: Mi,-- l:, ,, Niihir. Mi-,..' AEleant ced room sets, or'
1, t'alli ,ll. ha, ,ul Ia. a lu I.ait t' i "
a 71'-- i:. .1nl- ef ff f I/C) Oll rst, .c. hi i ler/ t(
., I.'.a. t(i ant, at A.Ia rston "4- Finch 's


Forbes Store.


SGcOOh HOUSES-


Without Teachers would not be much

worse off than School Children without


U MBRELLAS@;-


in this country.


We've had in mind


not only the large quantity needed, but the


THE PEOPLE'S STORE,


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J)U*FII.1Ne.;`A FOR IZENF.
NOaa. 2aha "aWesat d.4a' r'e7 rooan... a2
No. -- a-&t eiuich i etrea-,, 5 rooms. I
~tiry aVauq
X o. h ?a-it C li u01 ceh at rtet. at5 rece ano,. oa
story a .. ..t:.iNl
No. 100e!Faft I12-th a-tre.'t. 5 rooms, as
H ill Ie 1:l AN
No. lif .tt'hIcIII-P stree-t. 7 reanls,
a furnishaedap u 22 5k)
No. I Nx i Nart Ii Aicani7. st re-ct, --) oomis,
AIi story) Ito)41
.No. lii I-:east 4 'ha-e' t rt-q-t..a'i re)aa ait-.
A iia'car I.4brreawa.I11
No. t Ii;4A 'i I I i Dl Vi -' I I i sIr a e Pt. 4
reeaia-. (Ion bte-It 1I11e) 7 Ca
N o. 1iLr. -aa iat IeopV iII lA, r% !- t rveAt. 4
roo-~ims.. (on belt hue-. .eI. a7 a
S-ta-aral -tinhillar d#A~llnqA; ci en b hat" tnli
you u:pa n caai iAt t ha- Itwhiaaa/aarta i ,'r Rid, t'p- ,


TDOs. C. Uatsorp


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REAL ESTATE.
Rental and Insurance
AGENTS,
No. I Smell PiiPl~ito)x trt et,
I"EN-SACMl.A. FLA.

W'ea:thler Conte io nem~.
"'Ihe =ari) 1i.1-ti'vt d *Iafr-p 1'e. xli-
hid tjtI-a-;twar(I to othe' Likt. rt.gwini.
I-i eentraI t4a-dat' 'eVerI. 1 lie. Mid i
jA:C 1'.. lf iliI('t lCl(t he ii t'i
I)uriiiZ he p 11.t 12 hwieit, B1111'eAe)


Prf'ii iltat it'll) aW ~. I I I, er: ~I'av



ii h %~the C- :itluhct. and ioa-ttii
t wtiar titir. have aecirlad-it

ilth *1thwill -rwituand dcutler 1*ii tiIll

Vicillilty Wedre'-ila.&


L.INGERING LA GRUI lPPECOUGH.
0(V achor. 1VW,(.'a'eoofhSt., ('hivai-
Lto, say :-. ywift, had :a vfry -e-
Nvt-roea- c t-.a f a gri plie. :and it lt-ft er
with a very bitt cough. She~ trie-d It
bottleo (f fole's llonte mid Tar :i'
it gave ixilned iate- rf-l iaf. A -0~A) (--I
bottle (iire~d hoar eomitl-h ntirvly.'
Pricef 2.-c. and N1K V. A. D*A lemt-
berte.
Emgetio Arbona%; is hieademurtf rQa
ftar fiue'Ihjle .
IUmraer N-w Inacun.
JA(CIZONVIL.LK, F14.. March 5.-F. G.
Rnue-aell hits as-tumed ownership of the
i'ioridaNa Mchuneworks and Crystal lee-
works in Rtiverside T he works will be
thoroughly overhauled, ands~everal ne~w
niachxues added, wuichei wiii greatlv in.
creato- thea creacity of' the plant. Man-
ager I-m~v.ugb has had L:. years' expe.
rionlce in tul, line of business, and is a
ec mp teiE mlzaa. and all turiers will ro
ceive Lii~olecraonal attention.
It'rive-l.r For Liaeo A^%oei&!ton.
MON~nCM~tY, a March .5.-Mr. J.
J. F. 26aui. of E.,uore county has flied
a bill prav:nj: for the anyointmentu of a
receivtvr to wii~e'iu: the affairs of the
Stantjard B~uilding aud L'au associa-
tion of thi-i vizv. The company was or-
Rl nm.d in and has been doing
busitnss ali over the stare. Th'e coin.
P,'lainE tailegoS that It i5 hopelessly Mt.
solvent, aud cannot possibly euinply
with its cuntracts.
A IIt. I )-' F1 tweiit *,( i t )r ear t ief

ii -ii Iin hi,-. rizrbt .ahtmgldfr and -idta.
lit. -;a x-: --l right arin at timo-e
-,A-, -li~tira~ly 11Cu-4,1t .. I tried (iei-
1o-Hl~,km'-. l':aih i~lin, and wa- -iir-
11i1 0-1lv. I'll(. Iaiti 1'. diltn ti-hua' A lw 'i
C'1:!-a .Il0C's(aiip:1 1 ect mIine-' #--,a
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NAVAL STOIIIS MAUtKE'
Ltegmvrie'ae Daily fear The Newt
Me-afarea. A. "1Maa*Itg &(Ca.
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4NEW ARRIVALS!-

0U R 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 L inds: the largest assortment in the


city of well known brands.


Among them the famous


-"- ;,r/In /Irni/." famous for fit, style and finish-in


fact the best fitting Waist in the land.


dealer or customer can den\.


This fact no


You may form soIme


idea of our offerings by a glance at our large exclusive

Shirt Waist Window, and they are cheaper than
heretofore by reason of our Motto: "Si I ClA .1\ \\i
T IIIKI- :IV Ixl I.I: i 1 B U .INF'--.'.


New New
Arr ivals: '.8[ iI ND [N MBRI0 11i8! Arrivals.
Our centrere Tabhl, e iT '. 'am iing bepneaithi a 2ee,,dly h!i:ir. f tt. New, -t
Ti:i i- n l:ice- atnd FiE broideotie-.
-- EI -'i;zin; ,t iil l : er:iaan., H :ti itill ei.:l-i. :.i i tl i rti in
\',a l ;t:li:t I:le, and i il In i .rti .lO-.
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x.- Sweepin Sale of' Mu~slin 1'idekrwe'al'!

!4iza- 3. 1. 5 wtid q',. ,n~! .............................. .. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. ....Fepair
4( o. i~t [aa Cis~i:(~' ritiiiienl I rawvar'-4at 4 %Iat:-M;l..
( tie Levt (;;i H '-z Irinmiied. Sirt-& ii-t ('e~ !ek
4 )it,, 1"t M I e-: '0, l,'rimiiei-d 0.( 1 -4 t t 4'at M rk.
One Lilt Ladie-' Tlrini un. ] ( !iiak.. worth 1-Sclar.......... .......... loc eeach
Oiie. 1,11 Ladti-C T'lrimitit I am 'nbric th~i-.waiti-h -,.,4' forj. . . ..VIC II eJ
~~0neLot Odds and Ends~
liit Ladif-;' S kirti .ie (and ,'!mi-;to (lo'- (, )It at ('o)-. 'Mark- I'ruae.


DeFUNIAK SPRINGS.


vTwo II frs I'romi, PI ni.ie *I vian I. &k N II. It.

Seat of the Florida Chautauqua now in Session
Until March 27th.
Tyf Finest Resort in Western Florida ^ .:-
Hlizhi,.- t A l'itt- :.' 'ure \\'W >a r i:n ,l v;'. .ra :,: ('l,:ite,.

THE BEiT OF AlCOMMODATION AT HOTEL CHAUTAUOUA.




MAKING ROOM


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JUST RECEIVED*,-:, '~nr:~ J -aF


'a2zys 2~L"'?


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-::)-Jos. COLEMAN.
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.or a


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kind. We've had made a special lot: nice, but T..-.,. ..:.i: ,er- lat .E.u iA,- J M. TTLIARD., i& .

1h a-nd ready. The maker was given a hint as to who they were The best 5 cent igar
The best 5 cent Cigar ...r-;n. i^'t. : .
nd quality was not spared.-- on the market is the .
DURHAM. Try themat Carriages, Buggies, Wagons and Drays.
'XT W EE K K D'Alemberte's. -Renairine Attended to Promntlv._--


We place on sale 50 Silk Skirt Waists,
c:eked front 4nd back, $6.50 value, all colors, this
sale at $4.98.

u *. (', u tr w- tff, r 1,it l', P '- l'- rcr i i. -' -L I and 1 (rra le for
I> *nl ; u ,-- t!,i- .al,
'-tf Em ibridJory :it Half IPrice.


.SAAI i 3. D onofcG


,S*f Ir I


Handsome pictures, brie-
a-brac, etc., in endless ar-
ray at rock bottom prices at'
SMarston 4, Finch's.

Furniture, at all Prices.
We are selling' dining -room tableQ
at bargain price-; al-a stovea. bed-
sprinirs. mattings. kitchen safes. and
kitchen cabinets with bread board-.
chest~ for flour, and drawers for
kitchen utensils and tableware.
Call and examine them at 0. M.


:oEAST (iARI)I-.N ST"-. : PN.'Ol,


Roscs--Carnations.


I am ("l-itir- t'ie p-a')lii,. ofr ".'t : 1, :'emon ,t !i Iligaianal h'.rk <.ar I,-n.r of
Mont,'amery, and on twelve ha, ir:' notice iall fj:i;!- any amo .'It of .t aw r
anid i i'ns wanted.
Carnations 75c per dozen. Delivered
American Beau ies S3.50 to $e.')O per dozen.
All Other Ro'es $1.50 to $1.75 per dczeti. to you.
Ring Phone 329. MISS VIOIETTE MOREWN3.


Schwartz,


Proprietor.


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, MARCH 6,1903. 7


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Feb. 15,

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Serges,

Cheviots,


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Worsteds


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Flannel,


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STEYN TO SUGGEST PEACte.
Free tate Presidenst Mainly R spon.
*Ible For L-)'r :x. March B.-One of the results
of the racficaticn :n Dutch districts of
Cape Co.ouy may be the purchase of a
large number of horses. Bat the re-
mioun:s sent down are telievedi to be
ntteriv t:adeouate. (- 'nera. Ktchener
can work out the tranii!ort problem to
Pietoria if anybody c.nu do IL Letters
rec.:ved.i rrom ofii.trs at Cape T,,wa de-
cru- Genuerai R ,twrts as -,e tiov,.er of
c, r;eyv aaa Kixt.:aeLer as & ma Wan
Lt-in--s
1: sa i;: tireless. ei.ict.n: energy of
Kitcaeuer that is tut:in LEnglana's
work through in South Air:ca.
Tnere are no further aetisia of the
rronft-reuce of Presidenti Krocer and
-.-yn respecting peace negotiations.
S.,u:n Atricans in London have never
ceased ti regard -teyn as more directly
qest,'fn.iLl- than Krauer tor the out-
ureak ot the war, and they now assert
that b- wi.i be the trst to suggest the
r-tiremuent from a hopeless conflictL
S'evn is an anxious unewer, without
Kruier's sturdy qualities and inflexible
WA-i.i.
Sjn'h Africanq here are confident
thar tne Free State fo;ce- will not cross
tire Vaai river tor the defense of the
nit African repubiii', tut will with-
draw and be reany to make peace as
*son a4 thetr own capital is occupied.
Tue ministers naturally wili pratfer to
have th- two repubI.ics stand together
so1 that eat( h territory can be occupied
in turn and brouguat under military
laws. In this way a peace convention
c(an be avoided with th- pohlical agita-
ii n win-h wvi 1 1 with it in England
and Dunch South Africa.
Witin zunuters iice Mr. Chamber-
iaii : reca-t peace they - have
1 .:11nd the return the iiu--gers to
tIn ir :..ri- nnd the diap:~eirau hostie- arnItes n')W 111 trio tlil. ani the
esrab')-.htrent (cf a temporary military
goTveunLa".t in eacu capital.


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A in:.11 namAd E. ]rfc-,,n. ,f i ':'P--
conville. Kl ani.. wr'-,t, a l ..tt.r ;!,.
>'l;r da -:;yinY i t r- -pi.;i, n of
#-v,-ryb(dv in Li- t, wni w!h, h:is i--d
Fo0<> Ilo OL'V a::, T,: i-4. that it i-
tlhe v.ry b. -t i -dicin-, fr l: i.ri;,p ..
old-. fco; th. tc. \V. A. DI'Al-in-

Comfortable mattresses,
pillows. etc., to go with your
new furniture. I 'oa can
buly the whole outlit from
. Iarston "' Fin tit.

OPERA HOUSE!
C:Onc ITiglx-t OC3ly:


Tuesday,


March 6th.


LEWIS MORRISON'S
W t .! ii "x t r lu i





O 4I .NA.1, ( .OMPAN Y
CARL()AD OF S' ENEIRY'


E L Ytirg New Ell 1t, Name!

ONE NIGHT v:NLY!
Wednesday, March 7

I % I. V. \. A I :. }';. F ; -


KRUGER PRAYS FOR !

A FIGHTING FAITJL'


SHE STRUCK HER MOTHER,
And Was Instantly Seized With
Paralysis.
FonT VALLEY, Ga, March S.-Sarah
Matthews. a negro woman about 50


years of .age. was struck with paralysis
Tells the BoerS the Lord IS it her mother's home near this place
wander extraordinary circumstances and
on Their Side. is now lying in a mos critical condi-
on.
APPTAL FOR PRINCT "LES nhe lives with an infirm mother who
APPE-AL FOR PRIaCI l is now more than b0 years old and who
------ has been toai.ly blind for 20 years. The
A ( accuseu of mis:reating hier age, mother
.Cro j-'s Surreader-It Is Ilelieve-d ad n more taan one ot these occasions
the Buraherr Are Determined to "'f abuse th- oid woman has warned her
Fight to the End. lachter that some judgeement would
overtake her fur lack o: filial love and
Lo.NDON, March 3 -A spec;ai to The resoect.
Times from Lourenz. Marques, dated While the Mathews woman was beat-
ins her mother she was suddenly
Sunday, Feb. 4, says persistent reports .tricken with paralysis and lost comn.
continue that the Transvaal republic plete control of her limbs. She is still
has o;'ened negotiations looking to the helpleas and is not likely to recover.
securing of peace. .
. .1. 1 ,A Tw< -Color C hnckn.
On the other hand. it is asserted the I A w. c 3 J.
.. ... WINSTON, N. C.. March 3--J. T.
Bcers wil make a staua at Gieucce and ;
.e .. t VWyatt of Faith, N. C., has a freak in
Laign's Nek and that in the meantime
intrencomen~s at Pretoria are being ex- the way of a chicken. The fowl is
tended in anticipation of a siece. white on one side and black on the
A conference between the Boer presi- other, and the only one in the world so
dents and the general commanding too far es known. He is thinking of send-
Boers in northern Natal was hurr:e.,vy lug t1 to the Paris exposition as the
arranged on receipt of the news of Gen. greatest chicken curiosity iu the world.
oral Cronje's surrender. Until T.nurs-
day night the confirmation of th! sar. rliiware Jubbersi ts Met.
render was withheld. President Kra KNOXVILLE. March 3.-C. E. Carter of
ger sent a fervid religious appeal, wit' this city, secretary of the Southern
orders that it should be reau by all the Hardwar Jobbe s association, an-
officers to the burghers, urging them to Hardware Jobbe s association, an-
stand fast and strive in the name of the ounces that the association's tenth an-
Lord, for, unless they had faith iu him, nuai meeting wi;l be heid at Old Point
cowardice would set in and their ,'oi-. Comfort Junei 1.. 14 and 15). It will be
tion would be hopeless the moment taey attutied by representative hardware
turned their backs on tile enemy. men Lron all sections of the souta.
Their last victories, he dec'arei, S
showed that the Lord was on their -idie. a a " tol "N -gro.
The Iresident, beseeched the v.rguers 1RuS;II.mVILLE. Ark., March 3 -Un-
not to bringG estru!tion aupo tieir der miiiiaprehension that he was trying
progeny. to break into the house, Mrs. J. V.
Continuing, the s pe:ial rs thit a
high authority in Bl that in the erent f a rrpu:.e c: ue twice. ortuity wounding him. Adams
Free :-tate force,. the la't-r wi" retire was n a n ,.rrandt anti (led at the
towards tme Tranqvaal au(i u:iNre wtrt wrn-m i,tu-e. Being slightly deaf he
the.r Iretrireu there, maintaining the I rsirrei tu knocking wnen Mrs. Ulian
struggle to the last. thu; him.L
15alik at siavlr r.


RECENT INVENTIONS.






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The Adventure


of LIady Ursula.
f* t* I I t P k ) r rv -f I :'I UH!

MIS-S FRAN(:S nDRKIE.

For Sale.
Sl/cai Naw I/il complete
anfd practically new, to-
,etih c;'with tuo-xtory biuild-
i7 h! J; by 1-i2feet with new
i,!va ni: ed steel roof. Filer
A- Stou'eli .a(whiery. C(a-
pfitcitcf tienty-fire to thirty
thousand feet per day.
Bargain for right, party.
Owne" gone out of /maLnu-
facti(ring business reason
for selling s. For particu-
lars write.
11 ;.tf LEE D4A Er TLL


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Luvru-r.K. Ala., March 5.-A new
state bank has been organized here
with a cash capital of $50,000. The in-
corporarcrs are men of energy and re-
sp.o aiblitty and at Luverne is a thriv-
nug community with a fertile section of
country about it, the institution will
hie.y iprusper.
~l rnamee to Open.
T Ai. AP.()A, sG, March 5 -The Tal.
lipoosa furnace, after lying idle for
about eight years, will go into blast
again next week. Extensive repairs
have been made and everything will be
in readiness for the first blast, March 7.
DAILY MARKET REPORTS.
COTTON.
New YoaRK. March 5. Iorm COiSs
January................. .0J .... 8.97
February ............... ....
M arch................... O .... 9.5V
A priL ............ ..... .... .II 57
M ay.................... '9. S
June............. ...... .... 9 56
July . . ............-- -... !.57
,A ugust................ > .... 9 4P
Septemnitr................ ....
October ................ -2I .. 1W
November ...-.......... .... 97
December ........ 10 ... 7..6
Spot cotton closed dull 1, hiher: mia-
dlung upland.' !.t 11 'i i:iduling gulf If-
1-iti. sales J.'iz bales.
GRAIN AND PtROVISIONS.
CHICAtO, March 5. OPa:I CLos9
VHEAT-M.tr ...... ... -
WH EAT-J y .. .... .... 6
\U IIKAT -J n ir ........... 66 ",-
\Vi Il..Vi'--'ertle ibri . . '.
LUO N-- ,;Irc.l. ... ..... ,S-)
CORN-May. ....... . .... 31'1
LoS--Jully .. ... 44 .
cUAI-- ':i... ....
UATS-M'-ay .... 2 :. '23
UATS-July .. .... '
VPUo -M:Niri. .... 10 47
POiB Mav.......... 10 ;.. .... .5.
- uxKi ,- J i'v. .. .. ........ 1 2..a
L --M y ~....... .. .5 9 .... 5 .1.'
ttLt, -N r . .. .....
t iEs-J uty .... .... I, V.. ,
'-AVAL STORES.
\\"'II't.,TO\. Marth .,.-.Spirits tipen-
pent:n, i t.--it ;. .2 ."',: receipts 7
,,-.-. I".:.. i l at'll .it $I.4'",,1.4 ; receipts
i ("I t ud tirpl n'.l ue nuttni ti'-itng.
.oVA_';:.:;. ar"i 3..-!-pirits tutrp -
tir I receipts. i; sales 1.
\i "' ixo'.:n tiril :i 1sI uutiainged;
rtL',l''I I '** t i P, bis .l ':'. t .rrte. 1,S04.


lI .ii. 4thi al i' to *P El(if 'oiev,.


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Chinese and Japanese
*Fancy Goods,, :
FINE CHINA TEAS.
No. t Smiuth Palafix tr-re:.


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L'EWIIS BEAR & CO., Wholesale ih':iers, Pena-acola


S. A. FKIED3MA, Pro

AGENTS FOR


High-Grade


Liquors.


S ILVE I: R, O(MP, 11'RI VATiE ST(I I~IK V ,;11A 1'. IN i 31AS 'I
VERlY FINE.K: FlU IKIIAN .`-4 -:l.F!llvV1EIC!,!-) l'T VATE
SfT N 'K. 1,-,Y L.\lt'- OLD); OLD) SILK v:V K E ; -N-
T'IlCN1**"S*, PERFE('tION OF VViIi'Y. A.~ND

SPACE wil11, NOT l'E 111MI U,
'V( miENiTioN.



THE JUG TRADE IS OUR MAYN SPECIALTY.
fWAlco t I tfo h-Vnm is .P il t Milwaukt-9 ', Ii. r. I Deliv.
ery' t4 ev-ery I'a tof t 't it\,.


P.. O. Box 41",


I'i-Ns~oL.FLVA.


-..iiv. 179.


9 THES -


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SAL00N,


-5-OPPOSITE UNIO1 DEPOT.^.-


W. C. NORMAN, Proprietor.


Telephone No. 46.


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-: BEERS, ETC.,-::-


IN Yo.0 5 n1 GLASS, LARSE 03 SMULL JANTI17-El.


Nl'ENNTAN) I s-i- IJWHSKY

I'J'RY Ni'A iRtWNst%'!PAYi


THING NEW


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-'EVERY DAY

HALL & KLEIN'S


Mammoth Retail Grocery,

502-534 SO*TH PALAFOX ST-,
S-,ol oi"lono 3Cs.

th,.ir I:.; .--,r .t-'k.


A. M. AVERY,
(ftnseM' SoAV4:WoM.) ~LW,


Delmonico0 hotel and Restaurant oI.arVare

ALL ORDERS SERVED ON SHORT NOTICE Iron, Nails, Axes, Shovels, Saw Mill and Steamboat Suppiles, Cooking
S AT ANY TIME AT REASONABLE PRICES. and Heating Stoves, Paint, Oils and Window Glass,

7 =i *- coms fal Rent by the Day, cleek ot IMonth. 4 Apate and Tinware and Housefurnishing Goods.
^ 3fV, 312 North Tarraelsa Strest, Opposite Union Dapot. Guns, Pistols and Fiehingr Taokle.
O-Teiephone 68.---0 ... AGENT for Birmingham RollIng Mills Company, Revere Glant
S--:-GEO WILSON & CO.,----- Stitched Belting, Northampton Emery Wheel Company, Laftin a Rand
Don't Forget to Stop With the Fat Mn. \ Powder Company, Johnson's Kalsomine, Iron EKing asd Buck's Stoves
SFt. and Ranges, W n. Coups & Co.'s Raw Hide Lace Lather, Masury,.fseady
fREIS H 11YPG1[ RMCFios Kllf. ISOLRiIr All RETIL .ada Railroad Colors.


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4 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, MARCH 1900.


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Terms Irvarta~3y on Ae.vanee.

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8 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, MARCH 6, 1900.


pretty pniot'~rmpnt rrarnem for holdIng
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PROPRIETORS


OF THE OFFICE SALOOr.


H. H. 1iLICKE.


Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter.

No. 6 South Palafox Street.
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CRONIeS SALOON
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Imported and Domestic Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
JUG TRADE A SPECIALTY.
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OF PENSACOLA. FLA.

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WM. H. L{NOWLES. W. A. HLOUINT. F. C. BRENT, W. H. kHYEZ--. J.-
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fW-Saftuoy Denpouit "*3xfr for Re-at1in Connection
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Telephone No. 147.


Cold Weather
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Coal and Wood.
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McMillan Bros. Co .


Coppersmiths, ,

General Metal Worker:.

Ua ufEaP,.rrs of ani Hj fadu rers for !:e n8


Celebrated McMillan Seamless Turpentine Sti!!, i

Co.~iet Outfits always U Ibad1, ad rep ta due ita i e cccatlr. "

MOBILE, ALA.




:JOHN P.URDY,.

Foundry 0 Machine Shop.,
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Telephone 34-3.


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Wil.sms aa1d Jui u HICI, wao were ar-
r'stei last week charged with blowing
the safe of the American Sash and Door
factory. in New Orleau., and attempt-
.u;. to ki!l Waconman Henry Parker,
have been :dentifled by Parker. The
police tay the men have operated exten.
sivelv in MiWisoor. Tennessee. Texzs
and Louisiamn. Telegrams have been
received by Chief of Pohlic Sools every
day since the arrests were made telling
of operations in the territory mentioned,
of which the men are suspected.
A LITTLE IK.OWN I ACT.
Tihat the majority 1 ,--ri,,u. di*-
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ki'lnry-. Fce;v's K:?.:v C re i-
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m ol .t H-,.,:r'=: X :iv.-. Furk<- :. I Sp,, ,n

1/L F yiouir wife one of those
handsomnze parlor suites
"roin .ila;slon (' Finch.
For I tie .lanuary IT aIil.


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* THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, MARCH 1900.


LOW RATES FOR MEETINGS.
Pssmgaer Am.einassen Will Aeesolnla.
date Use...alleu D-ioat***.
ATLANTA. Marc h ) -Tbe Southeast-
era PassgeCr asociatioa ae made
special rate- for tte foowiio g ocosionis:
Annual meetmg of the National Eda-
osotal asociacion at Charlest,-. S C.,
July. 19C ; state convenutot Young
M e's Christian association of Georgim
Macos. (rA.. March 22 to .5; district
Baptist convention. Valdossta, Ga.
Marcn 2: ti .16. iJ U; grand lodge of
0dd Fe lows. Tallaha-ee. Fla, March
'6 to 24. ':o00; B.Aptit Associatton of
Oeorix:. Gi .t!in. Ga. Uarcn 29 to April
2. lx'.,; Wuuian's Chrlittan Temperance
umion of Fiinrila. Gianeev:iis. F'a..
April to 5. ia.k; Teacners' As-scianon
of Alabama. te.aoi A.LL. April 11 to l;
ansal meeting Georgia Carratulin Eu-
deavor anions. AuAtaiA. Apr" i1. to z.
.a..e-ur.u N.ews
Comes fr Walhita. I. T. 11- wr::;*-: r'Iur
tb ttlt .f E' -'! -ri" -' .*r- t cur, a
M rs. Br -.- 1 ,f -cr.,',:.s. w r i w-, i;,d
cauae-d her ;ro-at -uf*-r'ii. ,r y.-at-.
Terrible f-arr-# wiulJd tr.-k .ulit ,ni
her head and face-. and t!-h to--t dw-
tor could giv- tn : : t t ;-r ,:,. -
i- complete atid ,r ..al:'; i x,':-
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'iiai,' .*' 1id)y Disrovered.
TAxPA, Fia.. March b.-While hunt.
tag rabbits near Palmet:u Beach a boy
made a ghastiy find of the corpse of a
woman. He reported the matter to
Sheriff Spenoer. who promptly wont to
ivesatgate. In the big marsh near
Palmetto Beach lay the body almost
covered with water. Is was in such a
late thab it was impossible to tell the
satioality of the woman or the caum
of death. When touched the clothing
and body came to pieces so that nots-
ig couid be done wita it. The officers
are doing all they cau to make out
something about toe mystery.
N.w Oil 31ill.
MoNTooxot.Y. A a.. sri-h 5.-Mont.
gomery is so have a new 50-ton cotton
seed oil milL The project has been
launched by Dr H C. Teanilieand Mr.
J. S. Stanton, botn of this city. The
former i- ito- i aoeer of the oil mill and
fertilizer (bc:uee* at Troy and the iats-
ter has :or .ears Leen conspicuous in
the manageiiient o' tne Alabama Cot-
ton (Ji ( AcLrt1 -ti-y t-r. Tne now con.
cern wii. iua., an attaun iance of capital,
energy au-i ex;,.-zien, Leteand it.
*. < al-i'> I-.xp-lII d.
NErw Yonr. March 5 -The Central
Federation L.bor union Las adopted
reeolntionsexpel..-ng members of the So
cia.st Irade and Libor alliance from
the feleratn non Toe ere.tied
members beiongR to tbe DeLeon branch
of soe abc.a.lst i&Lor party.
It i' v, ry h-ral t, -. ::,iliJ;y by ,N ',t
i PP our 1# l :17 o ia.z: tl)h- arrival *0, t. ,.ct-r. Ati
A i at.t:y N .1 i i''. %t':1 c.ill i i ,
d.' :jzr -z.-r. ti" r- ** ,.1 ,,r ;., ;r o
ai < -,, ,i- a't.ij. r,. n ~.-r:. -'*a k
w i"th r*' ,I,. N.,: tI- di,.r t,* dT 'tir
il. tie 1' f* w rl fi !,ini to c. -'.- ;it
41Ti. a < t. ; (i -,i" :,iI. H1 4P a!-,$ J,' ,U;1 Jt
a bI' ttl" <' 't,( i',; .-r ..i,- < ,t. '
If ]m,+d.-;. w '.,< ,- ,;,+ w ,'iald :,.; *
*,!i a r. I ;. u :I i '.- tl,-tor t'-,
f iva Ir> :" f, W : ,* '. r'-t:l t a *.
.vI;I. t I- .1 -,*.c r --. .'l i,,t U :- -. a-
,.: ch il w '- t. *}'*. lt-tt,-r. T !,
.ruz-;:l-t. M r. tt,, ':.,,lz. -ays tt;+
fa 1in |y L :, -i::<"" _ew'a*t(in i-da 'd
their ;i i^!.,- ':- *r 1 i:i* lnd until i,
i;aa a e ai,,'a :t J in *ti 1 f,,r it fr',ii
that ~ar: ,f t -* c ', :,vy. F,,r -ale-
by Hautn., Br,.-.. :*! s.uth P'alafx
e-treet.
Bart l.,l,:.ay i- "., 'be-t be-r. Eu-
,e:te A:boe: ,.
Sl pp ag ~-.o:urky Arms.
FaASFror.T. Ky.. March 5. The
*shipment of guns and ammunition to
London c-ontanued toily. A car'oad of
small arms and other equipment was
shipped this morning. The Gatling
gens and other arms in use by toe sol.
dwers on teo statethcuw square are still
hbre. RBaepabican governor Taylor left
lor Butter county ntni morning to at-
seed the foueral of his brother, Alonz2


Taylor. -
,.%.x I O'eII Sick.
3IgpliSMarch 5. k'aul B.ouet
(311 b'R..~*who lectures here to-
sih! kssbe~en staaked by catarrh of
the agouaari2. 11o w-.1ilose iO hs tour in
the Oour-e of two weeks and gu o 0Pirts
for treattieLt
The jpje.ip~qe f &G-1a0.a~
1.4 '.nvil-d by ail pa'.'r dvc-i' T'
wta.--.-# Stistia.laL) An ILv.r are-- mi~t 4-f
o~rd. r All em h shalljd knitaw tla.at
Dr. Ki-.'a4 New Lift Pill,.. the -w.~ra-
de'ou rmiS4wba(-iati j Liv-.-r He-mea-y.
gives= a Splo-ra1 hiJ a ~p-t tr-. ria d t-
ge-tion ianad a r.-:ulatr 1bdily l,1414t
that in-tire-'-pe-rt.-ct ,!f;--dbalthaill gr#--t
oe-va r-,..v Iuly 2.T~c-ut!- At anyy itrug


tia.
ThC Esucbli FarzitereCo.

liti:- Pra"'f
PSI I mm 4.t 14 31n t tremp*eft.

Who is Rader?


MAKRTIME.


A RR I V LAT 14' A "AN7IN F.
Nor bk El.ir. 5it. )a.o.Arae k r~t~on to
ora-r
(jer bk Jten-b'an. 7'.,.. cbn-'.d.'r. Lisbon.
to Ba~ars. IDunwoudy &*~
AR Pd V Eta.
JItP k 1,&!;&. %7.5.P.da Ils a-.-ana to I
Torrv-
,%nla-ra Ha'a- H I~ar:aoor. .'-.Erka-nt-,
HafVanla k." -L -0
: xL,-:2a.4.,:. ('ara--a. L- ',3r tW 8
Am w. (-!j am ar, t.x .-:

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TILE SHIPPIING.
VKe8ELS ,-N PORT




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NoArr Bo4a'-lr..2E, .. a*-' .-to.taor Btir-
1,tgILt. ~P*LL nole, t,-).a4."
Br-0'
No- ior- .Lr~.(Ifor hbarpn,-"a
It h~ut-,'u~aaa, :: 17. iLarur'-tut. to ord,-r-
%,a,-I Fra'2,gp.%-4. W'3' Diuflde -to orrar
"or Iilk- U o Mlb-2L.Nii~. Lu WM, Keybt'r
%,-aaf Ii taft~ier.a-. Anla-rann. to = .co
Rui Ht-.rl. i'7. AIk-rlund. toi ensaaaoia
Lumub-rP a-
Nta Ltay (4!a-1vs. !-7-. Jw~oba-n. ell Nor
Stir I.onaz'-XowjA. ---j. vedtnr-'-to W IS
Nor Nialthmiraft. 4:-. ,KI-1. to oraler
%a~ ,a .itar ktet'b#'-. H .Larss-n. to 'W M
KaY-".-a'r Cao
N,)ar ''r y.t. H-'-rarak"'n. to 'N a
a-A C4
.Naar 4ocaR''t, 5'. 7 A a !0'*'". o rd-r
lt2, a~a~a. I e r nn-raf:. It 10a r
Noar koa..-rt -ra:-)aXa .JaLa.-'
S- :4 L Cto

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V. ..-.-a 7- E-k--:, to E 1. -
HE i ST':'I E-.
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U.CLEAKED AN D MAlLED IYOX PEN z-
1-4At- 0LA.




Ja~an
i(.I ft 1.l t": .4,- 4 ; ta rtI Z aa~ ,, t .
er. aa,
r.-a Jar'

MA.a.z'ltsA'aaa 1 12. It -1a; irkeaiT'.- .-tad J an .a'a
Ag1h. N-r117 idA t ep 0* 4
frt. o-l.ipt'o. a1 i-1 \. -dtartliagp. .Jr."t n-
cif. l 'all. Rtaa. -.:.4-, 'Aaaaton.. F0.t
t* r-bia. vk(. 1-- a u! 4 J n
I #:mr.Lalat ,m"4- ',-' .'A-1,1.H- ll.a Ian' -
Aa;:utif- 1-r. 31. -1(1 'a 1 1,4)',.~t- ,S ntn t1


the general public to fhe
fact that we hare one of
the best equipped Roasters
in the South. and that we
can furnish this delicious
berera2e at prices that
defyi competition. l'e also
wish to remind you that our
('offees are always tresh
from the Roaste.r W\'hile
others are old and have lost
their atroma, ours is fresh
and delicious.


He's the Laboring Yew Orleans Grocery Co.,
Man's Friend. He will J.S. AlH'UGH,
sell you Furniture on Phoe 105. Proprietor.
the easy payment plan. ..__. .
DURHAM Cigars have 'nor cniaMnees--,-th,- It bk-
S--- A a, A. -a t ornate ill h.- re" sonihble for
+-V" 'Mki^ &^B^ A 1MVI AV^ r&Xr_ ^^^^^^^^k _ im lk_.^- .-


I.


-SHOE-

emcBQxm


All High Cut Shoes in
Men's, Tadies', Misses'
Children's at reduced
prices ...


A Special Sacrilice!


-AiPiir' Ladiez' Vici Kid ipra::a


Heel Button and Lace Sho,(-
for ionly


lp
REGULAR,


6entlemeo


A SH
THE


R PRICE *2").





Don't Miss It:
[ORT TIME;
ONLY TIME.,


AND CASH TIME.


Men- O;n iinc C; lf Tan I. ae Ic Lnd
Skewed Welt fotr ouay


$2.50.
REG'LA, PRICE :3 50)


Don't Lo-wo Tim,,ararl zo Ah.-tt
Pt'ia'irg. Wm' Still Lo-ad :a-;. t! 'laa'a
4*-.t Pli ja sl. Sap hpte'inI Cie


Y 'ur f-or Sf.o--'ad


TRVNI<


/. GUGENHEI/


FOR BEAUTIFUL


and of2;'Ia-- e all k-inl-.
i-'t, I *- ,if I,~ irn :1,
F'urnaitureUnte-,. cul! at
Th~j Escanibia Fllrll!tllre Coiiitauns.-


COHEN


FRIEDMAlN CO'S


* RACKET STORE.


* 0 0


I SPRING 00DS.

We are prepared to welcome our
Some and visiting people to see our
SSpring Line which we are receiving
Rapidly.
.4-a-

4 We positively carry the largest and
Ie most tasty line of Ladies' Shirt Waists
9 in all colors and prices.



Our Stock is Immense!


4'-


J 1 (11j' ) -"!.'l"a'a a -a''' I", !,!.,, .%-."a -
'11.1 e / I i llWt- P ,"-,.a


i, A big line of Ladies' and Children's
Slippers just received.


In Men's, Ladies' and Misses' Footwear .
we are the Leaders.


Millinery,

'*,1n n A Iv aI


The finest and most complete line of
\ Carpets, Mattings, Curtains, Window :
ii Shades, Etc.

Yen are Cordialiy Ill to Vi IJ nr i te !i :tni c
0.01

- We are Invincibles in Low Prices U
This makes our Success.

: I IMai rd r Pr i : .t.'y Att d-d-ld to.
'CrAd ,P 1 D :- '.u o f ,: .,1 '; -! c -.


COHEN, FRIEDMAN & CO.
o-


So W. B. WRIGHT COMPANY,
3M.\N I Aa II F;l:t AN:' :* : .F.!. IN

. LUMBER, LATHS,

-" ."AWEgD CYPREPFS SETNGLEr--Eir-1.] .'LL l ~3
RUGS P'EvA''.A. FI.\.


TRY TIm IWS' WAIT COLUMIa!


F. E. BRAWNER'SK


E


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STOCK


L4'IatoAs


C a-)


To make room for them the remnant of Winter

Goods will be sold at Sacrifice Prices.

Here are some of the Bargains.


.21 al'7.I z inr.!' a#nt iiiiaere'n'-i Half
Wool t'zaO.-rshart-. rtu InrS~w' vai~u--

Ha't'.k anal 'fa.. Ku.i a'tl"- '-
r.etzutar L. 12 gods, fur thiit- 'aait
j! :eh Tt'm(,k ard c] (i arod t14Iapanlriaat *a.
haatf wimil filfled. ra.:-Uiar %-H ~Ier.
lturIbai, ale~. pt.r yard
:'.Amch hBic~k Anl n (niord IIpr'rt'i.-t-%.
Ha Aa%,-1. r.-.-alpr 3.5c .-e-le-r. faar lhia

r-a. f. fartIti s-!'. ae,par yarl


4aaf -a .-are-tahaa'k e R'a
.(a of r,,-'d ar-4l 'Ilk waarp. ra'wwua,a
7acftnd 4c '.allt-r. forIthiss al-. x,"r
~ard. 5 8 a'
:2-rn--!ta iric-4-0 'Cftha'h'n-T. r-LU'II'r
l&'.a. ,! vr. fo r tIb 6- a It-.- Per y a rc


Remember the Place,


4 Oa / ~ -- -a! H- a'. 'a I~ t..aa-. a a~aa'
a I'sV',a -!.'.'- I !-.2'j'.. .a-'a:'2 7'.,'
Ia. ~a'i.'.t.~ i.j
.'> 1' a-. - faa'a- -- ta

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- 1 I d .ring i ,, .-,:a' ,fr


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('ar.'- Hpa--i .%*,,'t.- t .-a !1 -1 .- I -
4 tC -!,r .-A ar at at:.: l,, aa),,w I gr'- s '. : ; .


20-1


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S105 S. Palafox Street,


IF.E


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A-- I- U Pta.'. -


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*a-.---t- far .1 -- '/. I- -~
.:r.-e-t at 1. a'. rIt at? I-' 'an
j'aa;: i:i-'t----t'A a -
i4~- Oft.


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F t- .Bm r ihjmoi* *.a--for v-%ra2 '.
I 4 TF har.A now-t i.



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A iA TEI-AII 0.' vrzirv *:a't
Ywhisky botti-s 14. A. V 31 ItWVA X
nor9tf
W A-NTIKD-Old bver bottles at bosarnz-a




ranc-(-aou.; acis.", I-ris, s -
41. t
AJ I. E AN'I 1 3; -%1 V 4a' N
pt ro-- for fitr.'-r-. I
II. paz~c. N % lt ctrrga &r.m.I

4 I'I 1_1.TL 4 Is W k-;ar~


I 14,'. 43*- h' Vi3 1 tolu4- rat -.

L'.w3:Iue1*'in i-I \I.pt-rpp-eift, A..

IlIA sit j 0 ).
HSR. MAR4HIRA-'rM'.
Iand duol~arr in "air *.twp. imtHt- f.
t. -lee. HairQoil. 4-!c.. .-IM W.


YVothing xo sets 011(1aIh ow,i
ifs Ihandjto~ne ;urnifuti
Ma(rstonl 4T Finch hatve wi
inmnentse stock/or !you to s,
ledt from awli they wi/I o,
it to ou onion;;tlime'it/,
ea s~q paymentIs.
No better Cigar for
the money made-DUE
HEAS-at D'Alemberte s


45r Jh" 1011 allytlinl
t'utrn 'lure (or house furni.


Ti p,wl,,priices are l'w.- lthe


S Cnmplefe, #and '~
tel/i sell y/ou what you ic" /
on l..'n 6 tinie.


Si -~aI %! actory coapa.-a
Mr- I- :& Tal~y a&ad C. M. (.-
Ta- '- '--''ant. C. M. I ohd ts- ia -
I') API-16' t to. hill n).-IILAz.
v" n a'~rt n ief 4'
%~ g~.~ aIo'w'pn..r pu 01, .'
9 VA -4 it 1A.% U.IN a 'at
A M. M4 N1


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SPRI


IS ARRIVING!


2 1, ri :- $1' : : 60


a' *'. V,. a t' !


8[n '.-I''C.I


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SPECI4L NOTICES.


Oft 0'PT 4 Wqlf .




06S ne ~gotiated. 6 to 8per, cem!..
Binkley & Daniell.

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