<%BANNER%>

UFPKY NEH LSTA SLAF






- .--r-.-fl' --~- .


'THE


NEWS.


VOL. ZO.


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, DNESDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 7, 1900.


NO. 28.


.4i4


ENSACOLA has a Depth of 33 Feet of Watrr in the Channel at the Entrance of the Harbor.


FOR POLICY ONLY


"Afri2a For Afrikander" His

C,'e.d, Cays E,,land.


ir. '--c. %,-'


TI'lO IrTY HIS TOWN


tI*


.1 -,



Ii,


i hlS it a .-.sy'a Atisiae;.



A 'f


L4 t*. tn


I A.







r, uoi-. N '4e-I.




~ d I-~la ta forwIIard ia






v fir% at':. -:,
h- at-'A it'


[it N t -I





I ti -'I .


I r


I 1-
t lia.













.1 ..'' a 'A a aNik U -I '-f 17*0. U


7 A-.


- a .4'
.1
.2.
1, -
4' :'4m '4.
'lit4'.,.
4 4


.. a

- 1'.
4 -

a hI'' *
'4,
~'' 1.' a- ,.


.1 y'


4. .he% .- ti~ rm va .U



T4-.1
4 IV .1- '7



I I .v a1 7! I ':le r .


C.


4 ... -'4
7 '4% :...
4
4 '- 4.


i I

.. -


I :1 .. \ .-


'.a.: It I 7 l: -. .a .-


To -i!1:1; (' Il. l. I.\ ON: l) Y


I :'~ I 'A I at I i"s -'rrt'paredi to
r..-,ka ,-e u n 0 1 -"t! 2 :t .a:L


I u.P.!i! n- 2ae'at..fa..1:oaa Yt'1i-itha
aU A 11 %T tI L'I "!I I : ni r d'ta:.;.I'dfilt
..:f1 I',, il~ ;a'...r n~to re'sioa
z 13 V Slt N 1:1W 011 r.' part to :aterfere a cc
t:TV iY IIn 'outu A:r~tcxi i atvrs, either
ila thi l" A11rub, 1 utic, Duic!A e'ectur.
W~hOOS VOtO IS alr~lildr threftwueuoc, r o*
tne L.sfriri. who svn i ocumed to vir-

"I'bts to e nt. i.-ed, an ezvravag-ant

LiAluta, a policy ,.' *Athta for ttiS
A fri aL& -. i on 1hi' iiiv the latteri
v. (,rd is rv'u ';htap fiatinceirr
lI~i wtl be 1l1-%a. it, ;A~i,, trai-b f1&g ~nr


s, i i hr..a qti (-A-it. '. I u ..u a, T'C' b., j
r4: i\. \a t, v t. -ia .zn

A" r'.4 i f .~. -~u :er


L rO e ~ ~ a tcr

i: .r, zd c ': '-'-2a

1 r~ ra rtId, IV 'Ar,-' e I Lhe ra..I-, !, i t

e!I: !co 1( aLh.Inii i, a ix unkitro tas


he. r. ; 6..':.b7'ut be 1-; r. iacil.i


I ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ t .. ..l::ataretL--..t t'r-in
i~t~P 'alvuniiitruie-' I lie
-- S a V1 ..tW::cthe W~ii to lAg

a uerin:.:ta' in aa rei'h ur 'r paty
n'' '.hi;P a.-4K17Arr a 1ori LuIaaS a~~
.i,' ..a :vnu~.. il-V iaav t~i.' roajI

.li.-lr-'r 1h 'k. cie; ,t tA~i in llaxinte'pi
~a1t'~24 [aa)iad mfi and titi::a.ailsare
1i :n:ii iil *d allI i,,I trti tlii ze
r (a a:curit- ii't~ae' oers
a; 1 t. 1 a' wr *it 11 a *,irkeniAz'~2in a:s ea;h.
In \%I'jvat-!i' iaurried lanai ii ata i eeu
hI i'aap thae raidsi havm wa~h..d the
e arta away anhi out of tae earth saick
ghlAbtly leg-i and arins of (lead burgriers.
A dispitch from 0-foutien says that;
another important British success wiil
t':i0' President Stevo to floe to Preto-
ria, leaving a provi.-ional government
tit 1zt.oenitontein which is likely to
niake peace overtures. those Free Stat-
esr not wishinui' for peace trekking into
th~e Tranevaai and thrre helping to
1make a stand which most of the British
miilitary critics now point out wfil con-
stitute the most difficult and deciding
featrear of the war.


E 7. ...v r'.v fr .I .P: Ioo "f ti-
't : L ". '1 I N t 1 I' t 1 .-
1l: ci *- w't ;r1 ia i (. ~ ri tr'd c *:n-;
-i 2,',.' ii eIT,'>,i wi .ar hI. .i4't ,iit-a; i ( .

'.'! v.1,4- meiak,.i-- an;i t i '':t : inrl-
Il,-' h'.h:-. it- t' i i'.- irf ,* a K, 11 .fi-



1', :ry i .i\ t ', l'l ic. .',,'. .a ::d .,'.

Robbins D f-.nds liinself.
WASINUTooT. March 6.-The house
today without preliminary business re.
su:ned the consideration of the Aldrich.
R bh'ns contested election case from
the Fourth Alabama district, which
was taken up last Friday. Mr. Rob-
bins, tue sitting member, who is a Dem.
ocrat. took the floor for an hour in de-
fense of uis right to his seas.
N.w Tiienesse'e lRiv-r )Dredge.
U.rTTA.N,,a" A. March 6 -Major Dan
,. Kin.man. engineer in charge of
Tonn'ssee river iLm.rovelients. uas ac-
erv-red from the 'ontractors at Paducah,
lv. a n-iw i;reig: for the Tennessee
::v'r w T, 'I .." cost ,of ie dredge is
1 :::. it ; t v r toe best that
: ,-'. : r 'e: :h. ;v 'yed iu the service
...- river.


N4gru lah f Shot.
1.. z :7, A a. Mar-6h '; James
\V..ave: ;:.ri ::vr ,ts at a noiro who
a :. r: :, c>a'.ied. stolen Weaver's
antas' anli iaonIy. WVeav-r saw the
*:t-:ro i: a sa.'on., and ap:prcaching him,
he? tv: ;:r, ran a-,ross the street. One of
Se-atve-l s 5 ;,s t,,-,k effect. but the ns-
.c, oLnui'J t(, :an and escaped to the
c uu.try.
Klle il u I 'olliason.
M':r:irs. March 6-In the I.i:nois
Central yards this morning a string of
:oal cars co.;ided with a box car which


WrC-ELLER VACANCY FILLED.
lW1.~rwoo C1 f Alibabimara Appoinrted ou

WASH1INGTON,'March doubt
of Speaker Hel~e:rsou's aittitudje toward
the Generail 'WuLX!er problem has been
remnov,(t.
i., : w the ttpeak'r has bea h(24.rt
11i:z a ~r'-mnv en that c 11ii-nt~ee
0:1 N. -.' iir,ean s to Le t'L': i, by tbe
A: N....: ) f)r a gool ~inaar years


~C~ib a c ogjre-s tn:a t:C -veral
Wv-rv.. u.~d pat ;n an i"ar.v .q-pe'ar-
ance a'!In~i 1t dldTn-t v('AflhTI1h~ea 'uz it
Wtiu.'1 a.i.L:( r a s' ic, iaie.Cctixi in all

Tb ).--wbL Lavo 'enin tro '.: h with

u -0c- u i %-- o u' c 1 aie m're o.r

V~aou ; 1.'ai .s ri iic'rp. I ia rre ha s
i1'-.) tt :1 a 1.itao d'uw~trin vi-A.~v of th- ri1-


the 1!;:~r 'i!'iaiteta it I li te' t


It. ie a,-7 Litmneit of Ht-". 0-1 r Ui
d er wu,, o, t ti :n!41'j,-r friaua t 11 I
d!- rict. is an exz- *-.. tr t one.
3Mr. i -aa.e'w(, A is ''ne of thi 3bZ.i-:r o
the ,!;k 'uwb~rs (ifththe h *ieauu i
a mazu %iu i nau isai adt a adistioc; ivrk in
c 'u X r e s S

STREET RAILWAY STRIKE.


St. Lo uat Mu trmn-au nr Threaoein Trouble.
ST IUt, March 0.-A strike on th
t lines of the S:. Louis Transit company
r which reureseate most of the street ca
., compaa:8s of the city, is threatened
andi if the men do not secure their do
Smitnds tiae wa:ktut may o.or tals week
S.re:t r::lw-av men of t.eo city, in
c. urluig ;: :c,: uien, grip:mra and e'h
Sdct:o,), to t-e timberr of ,000. bave
'. '." d a tnro:ng organization and it
.-~ ",. ."v 51 prepare an ulti
u....i .L Iui Tha.nag.'Thilt of tia syn
,i;cat, railways of the city, which, if
n, t crmp -ed wi:h, will result m tn
strike.
Witrin the past month not less than
10Lc O mu tcl: been discharged and new
men ::; orted to take their places.
I.-.-S toe number was Vice President
Miler cf tho upion. 'The men may they
will ,:emand the immediate reinstate-
ment of Miller, a readjustment of the
regulations so that time will be given
them for meals, and other abuses cor-
rected. They w 11 also demand that
cars be placed on the different lines.

MARDI GRAS IS INDECENT.
Mentph:s Preachers Condimnu the Pop-
ular Anniversary Festival.
Miv:im', March ; -The following
was adopted by the Protestant Pastors'
association during the regular session
of that body yesterday.
"Whereas. We, the members of the
Protestant Pastors' association of Mem-
phis, believe that the carnival, com-
monly known as mardi gras, is immoral.
indecent, corrupting and injurious to
the pub.ic good of our city and sur-
rounding country, therefore be it
Resolved. That we hereby express
our disapproval of said carnival and
that we earnestly entreat the people of
Memphis. as citizens and as Christians,
to discourage by every legitimate means
its observance in the future in our city."

',' *-,iv,.c ut~ i' pr,'-pr." If '.v4 i
Sike, H~a i'- r.t;p irifla f:ttifull*vly
f *r -,'. 'iiul:. -aIlt ri'i niii, h i- l-. riup-
tii -~. lty-peip-i.i. it w ill ctI:V ,,ill.

Mlot lachines Knocked Out.
NrW ORLEANS, March b.-Chief Jus.
tic' Nicholls. in the supreme court, has
handed down an opinion declaring the
r:rht of th, city to pass an ordinance
ptoabjiiting tue operation of Flot ma.
cuines in New Orleans. The ordinance
went into effect Jan. 2. since which
tmne no machines have been operated
there, and this was a test case brought
Ly a combination of slot machine pro-
prietors.
Shut While Huutlng.
DECATUr-. Ala.. March 6.-While on
a hunt for wild hogs in the mountains
of this county, II. B. Weidner was acci-
dentaily shot with a Winchestar ball
tired by his companion, J. F. Light,
who had shot at a hog standing under a
rock bluff The ba!l glanced and struck
We:dner on the rignt n;pple, piercing
the iun'g and emrging under the left
shoulder bla'ie. Weidner's condition iF
serious.


J-alouQy C('auqp Shooting.
H ,x.\i, Ark. March r -Last night
near A.icia, Dave Smith, who is on-
justly jealous of his wife. f ,:lowed her
to her father's house where she was
visiting. Seeing John Fowler and LerA
IIHal!. he knocked her down and shot
both men. Neither is dead. but it is
thought HalI is fatally wounded. Smitb
stoon off ail parties trying toarrest nmm,
but he was trapped and is in custody.




NOSTETTE
CELEBRATED


a, I::' i


why


s

e

r
,
'a

5

e



t
-
-

f
{


I


rI*ITTUT E NA VA IjII E1'O)ES


Proper Quarters For Their Ed-

ucationi to Be Provided.







pi:Iv,.. -. .:1 ,t, aai:in









: ,lair r a I .ai f the-


t of .e 1 iigihltInti


ofr l'.iii .1-1::,4, 1 .....i'f\ r.J Ir'vir-, 'arra-

gill t. '1: 4 I. C I' I4


A.;:. ::


I -


I ...I I ;
.1.. .
a iI.t *.t~

4.


It


4 ,n a.'.

- .-. Ia
:71

'''4


4 .~.
4 ,,,. F
.7 fl. a
4 -
.4 14 ... .117:7.
4 I> : ,

* .4'...' 441
'4 ~ 4 1.1


'~. .Iia thee- 4 4'4.I.
4 1 .. .,.


a 1 :1:1.


tt t N,'t
a.~h'.. -S*. e a ran








c :tit I.,c-srzaher s:tuly 411 b


thu~.,fut he u 1' a 1e !eeteel also in5
tiie'lcsi N01tui' .att e Iii 1w,. Ile- S 1rnrn t oee be
return ed 14) flit- '. 11.1"it. fi- i lrc lde twa
candoendav onvenion.ut'. the last
Wtol.1ha I ~ -jVeiti in Pa fiiv 1a tdid hbe
UI nr l th e' IS debi -i emta 4 i;l hat liit- wa4
not'u i toly i~entie'tj VirmIi an fthda'.
kei tol, but.Ile p..am all :he1 titalsoandm
*xme1'*,r i'1y -v f ionn feomityear by-'

Piti he' tie:vwe r .for .':n., apesdnta

NNiui'teer tit avd Incu ilany 1geto Wilk
Is,:2v. we, (tflaml uilgI amwrdi:..(.t.h in*4
0,114h~ f'lil-tI i. llara:,- mlcur-
~ a aiC !I~tte' ''fall4 ,i! ii~i itand!
~r~uth -J)* (.f Iv U.n.i- v #,tir ly

-:1 wel t'iat. V, 1'. r. i~ I i


A~ftiiltt., vGa. a .-DIpt I-&CoL.
ae ro l I.LBrsrm a'op~it a by
-epuy .MaSha. M. lennand oem.
Ma d-trehwturned FariviasucceNsfultwod-
neard a'nuc iiety. P. F.l.'y-.-iniabe1rsLhnm
nah Bn!.. -hIre Vrt!the)xdestrucio

A'i;P%.-ar. Gcoa., MrcOth (, i;.ut gallon
uiet'r, E. Be~rgsuitrom. wVts andanie10-


I' N. : -- - 1t. Corn. 44* U
'111211t7 1". b'-a'ie-o c:%pturing fire
t7."i ai tI -.4iniZ a bu4.gy removing


:.itirt.,t-1 V 1SlealL0..
tl 61a .aa '. *Wo ) mcii ag
'. .'. I 1 Cr ', aVi.age Iieasr lere,% nave been
,.1 ~ ,- '~'V. b:ttets by imaildogg. Austr'n (.,Alnes.
I. .I I it:'.' 17 a* Infaro. while swandiniz in the street v-'
:a~~ i I ;..r : .. .rit bitten, the cdog nearly tearing off a
1.. '. i.. E.Tt. thumb. Ile furionsi -v attacked the dog
:1 e~~..X .7' 1. S A\ and cut his throatIlie camne. here for
1 1 I ,.:: :, -!~t f t:j.*zme'dical aid. Iherbert Jackson, a negro.
I ~ ,, %as bitten by a ulogw which was pursued
iii 11~$v...1, 4I :1~ 7: tyv any persons and which an instant

I % fr. ul'% eaurb %rup at I .i~fC, 14wJ5





J, I A !:- I .' l.1 Va
r... i'. ."1u. .ui lI-r'i--.':,Mar-"h s;-A strike of
tj 1' :'Lt fabaIut ; e'cr~cranti naen at the A);..
"411 V a2 *z' he'ny .%aarxs of thei Pro''.a eI &
a..:! .*. :* '' I c'm'uaa~' as ~uleiin ed r4eoi sar
cot isi at -l tdini@ eunlof
!u~ i'-..a'; !a7 atIti )er.ilivives in the ta-r departzaenacso
1: rI~.-c 1:1 7' ~. (ontiniui.wuerk. O ver 1 .1M) ame said kto
L ii 1m.: 1*1:: vt I' V: : fat I* hay'UV ived now, LUtt f'ves wilucqit
.'; ~ ~ i 4..1 .a ~ '-:J Work t'i.!ay bave 00in otu3talaint to mAke
!,:o t~:-,71,r a3 to tnt- Wagf'4 Tlie ratie moon ar
''.l c su.: .11 141! 1: 7 p.r 'z rtrtkan~lg br an alvoinoe of .z5 cents

1. ii. ~a.t'. I. a ,ii *'~a f11 04, A rtist Gubson l losVrrcida..

Il it N' tan Orptin-. JA( %-11\V1t1I.E. FIa, March 6-
L: ,,- Claar.e-i Dana (lmljale', the coelebrated
tI.- lr'mti t ~.i. .-' 'a ~~an. ,rmit, passed thr(.t',b tne city acceuj.
I~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~1 IV 2...I -. i'.:'.'1.aA12*niood by Mrs. Gabion, her falber.
af 44'~Ie a i'l:aaotflpr. Cist4'CI and otba-rs. The pary
ie1aparirr car, and went over the
.1.1 V'.ta '471 j :a, -I', i17 Vt.-!r i-n,ying a rest tfley will proceed
(, H Lm,%[A via the Elst Coasst 6teazzt

:.u aL .. L~~ : ~1 ~'''1-or (J.er IF afTy Iearn.


It '' Iw !IrI.If
.Tr 'a





VT!" EX' t.'.'.'.~1. a 1~ R AM Cigars have
I '.:'~ *~'7u :~1 ..:i;; cqual. For sale at



l..~a~ha~1,n-w 741'''-,s:,rv 1'.1% I-''4' a4', T,-ur Credit is Good



%torles of Tiliman. .~*i 1 1'c-a
I I:'a 'wr 'IIr~an na-araN,.w u.11:'ca4
Y~ork '41th the(i t. jzhhttf'.o uu rari artfB ..;l4r.~e''Ht
f a I rsAt uiae of thu' I~a'1hnrj 114)10 ha'li
sat doawn t,.) brcakfaPt. 3and larithe fitvie Y4.iIr Pdjlt ifl
('butts 4 we-ro brought in tihe' FtE'natcor


F-
*1 '~
~ I


14
4 B
"'a
4
#1


a A INA I


RHODES IS LOYAL


IIA-CI


Makes the food more delicious and wholesome
OOVOt PAIPGO POWDERq CO.. NEW YOK.


J
~,.1
I
a


15
C
''4
~'


A




I


-~1


I
1.4


A-.
.4



- I

-'45


4d


__ __


_ _


_ __


3
t
t

?


g,


s
g


!


9
I
k
!

t


r
)
I











2 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7, 1900.
I -


EMIP[AVMI..NT OFFICE.
Ring up 'L-2 o'r call at the office.
11 North hillafoz stro-(-t. wh,-n in:
need of a c~.: .It. 1). Hod!fxm'n.
undJ'oiT.'--' FI .:- n. wa all furzaa-h VoU
vrith te tI-' .-irt ,I-,ilpou -h*Iort I')-
tice. 1 25'.f


GAS


RANGES


.~L" W~1~
"4 '4-'.


All Connected

Ready for Use

for, ..


(9)


.4-4 -4-
444 ~
(*0


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.


IvI*: Sit 7 mi. *M5ol.


P~h'SACULA GAS GjO,
M~~U.l
PINS-It US


No. 3 S. Palafox Street.


~1anvsIhuxlies'


Boiler Uorks


Steamboat and Sawmill

Work a Specialty.


:team ,t il, r-. T .k-.- ul S;'i, ,1 Tr,,
W ork M :;,ii,'.,,t::r, and lu '-

A i

S09 to 1 Stiti,


I ,' I., -,
PEN -iA('oI.LA


All th)' faithful wii-) avLae ctm.-
pl4-t' d i i t14'r :w4-i70V-14( '- -lid


Who fh:v-- 11t 4* 4.4' : *7 4lt,r 4*-: :t


-"L-. -'. A~:lln 5- i; '.t
f4 1o- .1 -: 'ot .>. i




pi r: "f an -r :1! ar'.' n:--. 1 .i .
At tI.- C4la!'l 7: 4


Sh and v w .~oi. t I-. 'an. 414-- io: o



take t:)# coua. II o 5 nhe kat'. :4 0IV
U-o' illfinutrdI,-.,l4wodt

Ab-e n t.- tw-ery das,.1w1 k -. I.'
is oni i nall o all t5- 1t'0IA1.1dn"d o
awl rioav **xf 10 froItnI li"' '1.
urdt ay11I f 0t i '.~ ae 4k' and((Lad.My

-,atio 'I:.
Thu' 101 iU 1 1o", t10d 1:4154.' 01 2 ti-: 4-:, 4

lie p: -i.:1& t410. fill xi'.:lday
f oma 11 14oftl4 f s 0 t rcll 11' (' 1i 0 ,,Io ful
zal'o l .t f'.1 ( i ug art"oll : z1 h t04 11I.:.-
Wi''-k .1 thy tl* t1:4 d'.1.1i1 III42 W40 t..,'.. 0
tI-, lit 144'02a 7hoI- t 'Ia 4 ~ 't I
v!. i dr :l @-tV v ar- '1 :4
14'o 4111.4 lov t~i :" l aw '~ I t 4 44


Ca124- dt -' NO. a c Il# :'


wid-Ir A i the.Fir1 ': rum i1.''
till I' 14'O.0.1 2' I I4.17441 v 4



t i: d'.k 'ji i


f 1
4. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ : 1W ft4 41k#1 k ii 1; 444 4

yo tit I S daI ,1(O 2'liO 1 f !






i yvr t& x pz F'. I, ~ *'~



_174[4:q 1 1
I il1lif n Iit v 1
., a ti t ll a l .-h t !"7 4 4 If .


'44 4


.4,: .


; .


.A 1'. :

.\ I" 1
4 .4 ,


4 4


THE HNINE. ACAOTMYQffMUSIC.,

MISS (VELENE "'I-EINE. Pr n41,i-a.

Ill. :n 1:..


Best Pn I-tent Flour.
Our .; .! 1 Ro'(t!
Paten! is.11,'C."" ",'';.*-!ip that

mill.


tile /ia/,ct/t
m a /1,(f(CIr hy I~ic()


c, /( 'o

Phone, 105.'. P'pieo

CHICI'4ST'CR -cs u
I.NVROjYAL- PILLS

.It. V a. 0
!0-aoqlovmcun-;a~


.4. 4 4


", T
74 4., .


.:4.


4 ~ :


4 .
444 4"


4,4 *44-4


4 4 4 4
4.44:4 4.
4 4~. 4
14~. 4. '
.4 .4

444 4 4 4.,.
7 ~1,
4444
1.1
4 4
4 4 444~4.4
1.4;


7.~ l4
.4 .4.1-
44
4 ,44
''.4,44 4


4 4




,,4. ..... 4i 4 [:4:*.,


t;~::'4y


1:'A


Fri PIE s 4



CA p in I, .i !. t tak

temn. It : ii l44v ..7 lc*.:to
irg s'r* :L. 1 thi .:' e i0),ctv.v hIt.
1-6 strerl,-it~ns tilt-, %Vh,,'~'-, --~m and~
1):v~e!7t, a:1 Of t01 ..C .!Ar~of
prcgf.nia:CY.




Get Mother's .rirz! all.the
Druq Store, $1 per bottle.

Th~e Bradfield FRec-uriator Co..
ATLANTA, GA.
Write f, r :r f i*- 'wok,


A p -1 C R.:s XV S.


I I



.; a: I.t

d* 1 11'f 11.. 4 4 v n i 4o (

t I ort jit 1 )1 1.:if!"4

FL.\4k \.AND I'444t2.1,'%ND .

t i if 1t 4! t1......


F I, 1 Iot1 o' I' .h~ '.: I7I ( f-U1! 11 1- 1
'iiI ho,1,4!0 1 d ;, ,'I Il: '-'1 i xi 41 r


v II i o b \IT L 'I. '~
A lf'otI 1.. 4 tI' -44 ~ ~ '1V


f.: .:vt44 4is I 7,


Ft n I it

7 *, ,~ 2 P4 ~ i '''i I'o 1 4 a 1
4~~~~~~w -. v'IN. #- 'I' ~ .. ~ '' 4 I 1
.4~~~~~~~ ~~ .aU e.p .: '. 'll


2pIv.
P. M. i7 *P. M~.

P'o ,roteolr. to4 1()-L 11 1r4 .. i-n t~
P'n4.74204:rF 14' Naky,': Sri 4 4~
'.~ ~ AF1 FC%'I1 ~ alit. SCAIA.Y.'.. ~4':.7


o ro d V:A


**6W-t*" Elf.n" t DIl'.t -fi-d.
Onr.AxDO, F.a March G -A lpetit:on
is beinm circulated fcr si'natur- .-k :-
for another we: and drty iecrlou AL :
tWO years ag, t;io te1',,,.ra1 .e -.p. *1 ,
c:rcu:r- t -d su.hi a yetltiot antd :.
th- re .'.it3le number 0: -UatL
l :.-. I 1IP e. c:i.- cA.tl P i. I:i t!. .,
the tenmp race .-Orpe wou rL.,
and sin'e U.". 1. 0,'-', U) ;; .' c ', yv
has ihad nli .s) io'':i.'. l'ni ;I it : :e
wet e~1e;nt t 4 is !i 'ving : l t ::.t: -
tvr. and i-Vy De v. that snl-n.(. na
s., far charetd i .:rm.e !m :a3-t ie ':l n
that the eect. n n'' ska ds f .: .. .,
crd, red, nd the c. unry w;.. ;_-j wet
n' xt t. le.
<.oonrail 1':i' il-r II >mn".
A.'S l Ft 'Nci-C.'. March i6 The
United tai:es transport Warr'n has ar-
rivei frmin Manila via Hong Kong.
General Wheeler and his daughter are
aboard the lr.;nsport. The Warreu
made aft sto of ten days at Gaam to per-
mil Generil Wheeler to make an inves
tigation of the government estabaithed
there by Lieutenant Leary.
F!iirli!,t M'e- lt l S. ci.ty.
Oi:: A\ i>', F.A, Mrch ; -The state
medical as:c.ety wfil hold its next au-
nual meet:nm in Orlando on Alri1. 1.
The doctors hevo a strong organization
In Florida. and thev are apt to turn out
in tAfrce, HCcomIaniFiid by their wive-.
at tieir annuai. mee'n!;. Orlando wil
give taem a co.rdial welcome and treat
rhe m handro:n;%.r.
I' lut-ator Shoots s IIini lf.
BANGOR, Me., March 6 -Profecsor F.
L Harvey of the University of Maine,
shot ann killed himself today at his
home in Oronc. lie had been suffering
from mental troubles resulting from
overwork.






Do You WVant

To Be Pretty?



AfTTE(TIO LADIESi

Are you sunburned,
reddened by heat. florid
-is your ccmzlexiciu
bad?

We've got the right
thing for you:


Gream De Beaute.

Highly recommended
for a skin beautifier. It
will remove freckles


and make the


clear and


.mootiI~


PACKER BRbik- ,.

For Sa1~3lo VLv b







Indiguestion!


/.j ,if44'47(t4 remncdy op ( t,'f






to4/ 7/"~n/If hI'd// /'ess.Ii. ( o2.S'








81e. J'a I MI'n M '.i;'4col ('1-
OP 111;hY Cl a I0: b'.-



Forwi~ (II o/ 't


4444 1 47'. 4 4 w 4* I 44I


Place For Pensaccla
buyers to Buy


Choice Famil.y


1- I'AiL INH P -

-% -44 44,- -zAT


:4~'I':E~Y -,'WT N-TY-TWxO f F Tilt

~iJA!' SSA N 1) !ST4 WF \ 1' I 0L t N;
-UR4N(57 ~. A N S1.i~F.......


The Well-Known,

Up-to-Date Store


$ENTZ & cF-.,
ENT & .,O


E. Government Street.


4 4 4 1 4 .
*. *.f.''... 7'. 1' ~ 4 4.
4. 4.4
.-'. .4 4 714 44


Grist and Corn Pvleal It~iils,

P. F. GONZiUrirZ & CO., Prp.-s,
CHOICEMEALAND PUlt!:
S-IU(J gK l
f f -.


0'tr


for infants n d C hiiHr1:
C~jitc'rL'a i!. 1, .l;Il' *a.tt:''.0! f .? O il.j '
g4tivic. D tI i :r E' ','isap.i:. ; r* a *' 1
t c u re -4 ii t t 44'.A *;' f n ,~ :a el 111 i v '' ,1 e*-1




The Kind' You .LLL(LR,-TI Always Bogii:,
,4 Bc'r3 the Signature of ___


In Use For Over 30 Years.
-" > r.0r L' S T COUO T. Y. M'JU STYtSCE[ *3W TO C'TV
-=


,~1 ~*'-'


WY? ~
I.


-,1;-ARCHITECT-i

Gnr r.at c

Ge.., a l o-"nct~


S, ,t : I 1 -
*4 4. 4 ;.


A cItllurrt-ibing Dcpartnl-il
M~nagzmentof TI. B. io'y


t1. \ V


:lr'4I44.4'4.4.
( :. 1*4~ "'4 4 -'.
'-4


No. 1,9 3. Th'oI : fo t.


4 444 .4 .4 4.
.44


: Telephone No. 3,4.


- -. --


FY I


. .


0.4


1'.7 0 *


*'. ; \ !
- 4 4 .


-~
..







(4 4.0 .5:.' 0:41! .1.
1t
I 5-kill'...


- 1 .


* ..0;,;' ;IiS :


I .~44 -
i4i '~i'f
'I


'tot

(4* 4
-4 it4h1.'4'i, 1.r


'44 .44 ~ 4~44*~U~'4 't4.44.44.4.444.
-. 4........~'.' .1w.u .
4 4 -' 4 4.
4 ..
*44 1, 141w
4 44.. 4' 0'

4 a ~ ~4 ~
44 4 .4 4.4 .'.~.44 -~ .45,4 *


. j


0.


'0 .
*~ j4*7


I.. A.1 *444?

44 4 4 4.
4 4 4 44~44
4 4 .1.1. 444 .44
4 a
4I AL I '1 .7. 4r4,4 4


44 0


-.4 4 T T 4I


* . .


.4 ~. .L~. .1.~JL .1 LI


60)3 ANW'iIJ5 'S.1PALIAf OX STREEA.T.

;tHEv E u:fO P-1 '* 'r" N .J( ,! N A. P(E'lAjNo'..; 6;()N
*L VA N-IZI ,I t.!R i K AE L'.-'L & ?4 0 N.' 1





pi I


-:r -T


II ~'~C" I I I


I 1 : !" .-. 1


s>^~iT


^


,i ,. .


P


!R.
'T a uv C- 27.












THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7, 1900. 3


PLAGUE \tt HAWAII ABATING.
-i.vor .1 "r' .: .'n:Iou" I1C -


S ..I .. .1 I U' I
\V ;; ,,, L ." ," :. t; ," ^










It~r
a .. :. ** "' *I ,t:




a .A ...:.
: "* .. C.- .
.*.. '.- I ." '* -"
*. ,* .I. *: ". '. .. ". t.

;~ ~ -* 'J 'i. *t: .
.: .. ..-: ...... .


\ ;: ; ; ". l ; "* '.. : i ; : .a:'"'
:. t :. .'.:. a *
*; .:."'J L> ",- : ', --!, t Ih '." e :;

-I i ; 1 ':

p :.a',- .n

A. ..' -. ..... .i..'.. '.t % :., -'.. -'..V
.A *.i..il.. v .;' ."' "


; .' .:..'.
r .. i -- "A. .. '*.

;i: .t ;r' i.


Strong



Bones


In speaking about Scott's
Emulsion for children, you
should not forget that it con-
tains lime and soda, just
what the child must have to
form strong bones and good
teeth. It's this forming time
you want to look after.
Growing bodies must have an
easily digested fat Just think how
much of it there is in rr.ilk, as cream.

ScOff's [MRISionI
is even rnmo c.sily digested than
crarn. it's surprising how chi.
dren thrive wvhcn given it.
Don't keep the children living on
the edge of sickness all the time.
Make them strGng and rugged,
plump and ha.-ty. Scott's Emul.
sion of Ccd-iv 'r Oi! and the Hypo-
phosphites of L: .' nd Soda w.il -o
this for them.


POLITICOS ON CUBAN ISLAND.
Npairsirdt tr.A)ay Eret 31,eyor lie He&-
votesa l l't 4 iuf-eue'-gas.
Ii~VNAm'.ir- i;.-Governor Gen-
eral', Wc..d !&%as tnatas so)n ai the com-
plelte cein..n3 r.'tur~i-4 are received the
lee i ie~in '. f thie selection comn-
mir~etiwi.l te Aeruiua!rapproved and
pubii-:i..d, thnas enai-litig pro~pariitiofls
tI- L- uiaa" ma'rthwlnt'ti rutignout the
J-.an,;imi t' -ectlcns 2Mtly 1.
1ha re is. very aiue Odeub* that tile
Spmu~ar~ii w:io are as yet ulire:ivatere'i.
it1 UPe C? ('11, e to vote, call ledc.. tho
iiia-.or in Htavana and Cientuegos as
wedalis omler citie,4* Iisib.y, it they
unite uT~ol a t'anli~iate. 'Vu1:5 fact is
rccogn~zedbe~rs. and ai a cuuseqazeuce
can naitates *joi'tn" nmaoralty are 1begin.
ning to a) ter 0to me Vmais.Livo-,e.
1:' 11 :eueraiiv believed that Sinor
L3C' f;"s &a# atlou mu remaviug the pmai-
1Iti vi-m agw.t displaying tme Svalli-:i
V.A: wt-tsi th'at he would be a cand.-
I neCU'I!Ii. Iiaied IL,-reasizlg pro-
I-pan~ish tv'rienoies aund hii.Is following

U: ie.- -;ia: ida~em Lre -eL'1(;r Meisonmer,
th~e u atir r -'Aier, t~romntiiael member of
the Natioz~ia, par ty, an iutJhn (.0l'orto
(joinw/', a ilegro turmutr of cunsi'serable
popuiarinty and an eotviirial writer on
Lae sadtf of 'rue D.-cuelnri. S-ome, of
the friends of :Senor S mu MAiguel. eiiltor
of Tlie Lucha, ur.' ur;;iu.g nmu to comue
foiwv.x-d, tut ho has no ambibtion for
CIVIC LoiulorS.
DAILY Iff MARKET REPORTS.


COTTO!
NEW Yo:t:N r


E R 7- 1f hN S.


*....*~''' .
II '.~


.9 ~ .a a
I.'
1'. '~''I

Ia 'a.'IU.-.-:
I' !-? :.''
2 *. It'. *-4':ra'.
It at-'-'
I''.''
:. ~a'
I.. V .
lI
I'. '


II '' ~ I~
.' ,, .,*'
I ,

. 'a'

c'



lI.aia. = I Faa-.


a I, Iii I


,


a.;
I.


is-.
r.'.


['a..'


* '' a'

'~d.


.a


* 5, ,
-* ." I t .. p


* --' '1**-


T'I.. I'i, a, It .


A1'
7" '


In.
CL(


I ........ ..a. .


g'irI,)

(GA~iN AND PzIOVIt4IONS.


"Iti A 1 -.'4 art ii
Ai fU.L.T-.M153
'a% If-AI.' A -".'lta''u er


k_.tot,. ''tpta-riipar
~)A i"'I r'

vou? F- .t

*~ ~ A a'k-L.D a


Lii a..


(


" !


N O.l't


lii m zal*:..a


4 f.' IIa' tla-? U. I a


a' act 11 I aaz d I! 't Iv a' III t,
ailiii I) I tj .. m- t of 11'. a
:: I. II I, '7-. pa r t fa -a fi ttlo.l d
diiN... ht' .-t'si ala Mli".IN


If 2! ttataiiK!.'-11111-i a r,. tha' to,-.


CASTOR IA
Fwr Infeautanad Children.
The Kind Tn Hb" Always NOut


a.uwof 6 V e:-


Furniture on Credit

-T-w ~~ ila IIIr a-f .ar'.'= ~


Ia t te -e I' ,1 1,
-*'%"l~lr', -:or 3t' 4 (.1 11 :1.fir ta

1 4#p oi h:iaz a I:irz.! :==r:
*af !So4lid.1 t'trlm~g i~livor i tIl
J iliv.-. Foark-;. ana id aa
or wfe oe ot //o(
tiri/le401 s
Is50/i ('parlor' su ieis
la rxton -A' i/Whl


I oan l Ih' ..inllarN lq ailre.


- Ia ft. -' '%aita'
- II Atill.
i~' alt *
* l.a.. I.,
I ':1 -a
N : .
.:. a-on -4 'r.~'
a,


a'.

Flas 1.'.-
1':.''. ''a-

I '. ~' -
''a, .


4 \ Ti:aa 'S-a''\
P,; :*;r~i .xs; 5:: .


A v 4


i&vII i to' so toI %I D'U. is.


?' 44

4',0
"a 46
1.4 3 1



up-


tiPE'~ CLOSE

*.... 647



141'


NAVAL STORES.
\ViLll\.la' 'Laraii t.-Spiritaa tup'n-
pa-l! li- .tei.y t I rea-eipot--a 2
a-k'. 1{a'dinullah tt 1.4t".ti1.4 *; receipts
a rulat- ttI Irpenitluae fthtbirii iaI'uiig.
rea'ei;at-'.1 1. 'I'a rjulaiet atilt..344. reveiptuat 0.4a.
bAVANNAH. NMarcha h.-Spirits turpes.
twe InrinA t !'a',. receipts. 31; sales I$.)
exapfirl-. "a. o-in tirtin anad tircn. Imaiad;
receipts t.bale nalae. 4exports, 4,3'4;


*.' t.*' ,l' ;vv I0, 1 f;

a2.7
I. I -tIt Ihtoa'




\1:~''l C.2 A


4j !n


* a i

* ;:,. ,,. *


tbqAjvardanl' ahaaIm.
*a'. a! .' %I T


!ta I a at ro thi u i



V --on-.. (ifaiu% *Laartlv A ill I-i' n tIliv'aaip''
And *t Iii"'.' will faar tOwta-ol.da)iwasii
W11,i j I t t'a I I'fltt-q andI at-t.
If ..-~1- il W5:1a-4 -VIt I, 11 !V Ni.'!.'
Apa-tl.'1114 tla.-'- 'hioe.-' i'tt'.:11.a-'
uox 'f, r :l-..l.. daatao.''I- r~aw', rapaa.Iv t,,
I4 Ltem b tI I .. ia.- I kta. r~a7eli, Lila-
b~'l a;*trt-' dr:iv ladal. wia.ia:? load

la-;ia'- a. -;#rvin'i~zf r-'Il r it
%%:11.1a'Aii I4('iItillueda.d ifta r Ii. I- w-.'a-
tall,?--cial Ci;4rdo.r-. willb-' -i-'vt'd at
v:'. ,I,- 41f t I!#- daiv or n iz! t.
W- N2 1 IraTIal' r-i.'r -;,r,' 'a'.!- fr

IW Star 1,;a u rdrs'.

CALL AND INSPECT






Five Thousand Rolls





Smoke DURH.VA!Ci-


Whno isRader? grs atDA
She's the Man that sells "" "
Sniture so Cheap for


CURE YCURSELFI



,r Y -, i .. & -


lemDerte s.


'a
vi.
- Ala .'j


4 I'.


' 11?Fa I


-. -* U- nr.-..


allowss'. etv.. to go within iotiri
new fu,'n'itu,'e. JYo c-an
/mq1the Wi/Ole 01(1/it Ifront
* Uarston, 4 Finchi.

PROFESSIONAL OARDS.

Dr. fflareeIlu5 Me~reary,

Physidinanad Enri on.
i:.'-hl ~ "s %%'.~.A t (;re~vS



DR. Wx. C. DEWBERRY.
OFFIOE-Hannah Bros.' D'rug Store.
RflBIDE!IOE-400 E. J&APOxion rfe


Wim. H1. Marean, M.D,


Late .mE' Ovala. lVIA..
a'tffr-r. hI% profe'.'. oi'tfl '-a- k- to c* .'
Z .T'I I t 41 j"1!' 7 ,'' !
E:'.p.-ial attential g)1,l v. '. tLh 4*1 1.
of Charonaeic I a I I ''f1.. ~-
%4 MnY e ti f idza' a .

kH....d.nct.-P~out,'No ..


Dr. Winmer S. Hall.

DENTAL SURGEON,
Masonic Temple.Non, "4364.

IWAITED
Wal-ttd to buy all kials oat =,
4n Furniu.rs, Morch~ndisa, &6^.
11drgSt BGT 142.


mAND E1I81R BLI!


T1". lie ;iv,i: y B
HOPi LODGE. No 2-71. K. : I..
.1 1 ;, .. ', tl r: .-: %' .

Monday, April 16, 1900.


-. .- - T -- .


Skin-To ured Babies


And Wcr:.=c;l

Comniot


Worried Mothers Find

in CUTICURA.


~'.ir MO tor, v o K HiY I!\I'~ ~ ~ E W e took
v i 1I.'* :.113 N%2Q t-.d I.1





1% fol...'



t .1 4 1 !'1




I it e

coy II.I. I c




L "V I ileav my \% ; a' .-L% liIoa d.lt,tlr',?t wowi.m,

to suifferizi'ul- i'Ito writo'.ain.i te:'v Yonof Owii a'tnvia.\% -I i ial.rfu aii.rt'.


Complete External and Internal Treatment for Every Humor.
'.cafr anid Po It"nntht. thi. kuned .1 tile. ti TI, VKA 4 1INTWM%T--c'
to tntiaftly ailay itchlirg. intiw .ati,'n. avid irriatair'r. atit P.-'..rh. ol
O fi c ira heal.zatitle]OrICURA UltKT4i!.ENT ',".Iu-. toa,-1il l, an-c Ow111..t'..
;\ ISI4 MR .3'19T Jsoe ftt-n .uffic,.'nt to cure- the- moot t, rV .rmng. 1 -ini~rmiz.
&I d hultilniiating iskin. si-allp, and 1.1.. '.1 buiort'. A ith I ,e'(haiar, uh-ii
THE SET, S1.5 allIclof fakik. '..PiT!it.L VUO AND CHEM. Coin'.. ou rp.,Lvllkl

Ho wCreBbyUtuv"frt


MUMIwMM--
~PmgPAmg, myDOn. EARI


SLOAN'S LINIMENT I
Removes Curb. Splint and Capped lock.
It will surely kill a Spavin and the te av it
relieves Sore Tendons is marvelous. Re- 3
member this is not a cheap %ash, but a
PAIN RELIEVER,
and a wonder in its penetrating powers.
This Lilniment will not Scar or Blister.
Every Bottle is Warranted.
Price, SOc. aniJ !1.00 a bnttl-. Sol, by all Dru;-"ists
LOAN BOSTON MASS. U. S. A.III
IL 8. SLOAN, BOSTON. MASS., U. S. A.
-- - - - -- - - - -


aw


THE ORIGITA~L---


T.o LouC



A. B. C.



BEER.


Acme Beer.

T I;E .F.ST HEEI .LI) SO IN
PEN SA.CO L A.

D.[)nnliisser Bros.,


AGENTS.


M', .M P nFr Wi nl Y,.ate.

The Jug Trade

Is Our Specialty.----

!': ** i' D. A ry .I.,, :: !-f to


D innheiss-r -Bros,


1 I. i,.x 'L 1.


LODGE` DIRECXTORY

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
Pensacola Lieige. No..:1, K o~f P.
mpes eI4very Monday even-
ing at 7:4)a. at 4'%wtie Halt,
ini Flu tch a raon hall. Wovt
Iiatt'iideiciamtr.eei.
Vi'aitin&: biehr.ren cordially

If. H C~a.L. C.
.K..IL& H.

W. 0. W.
Live Oak Canip -.w4m4ntian 44she
W piti.
Mfo.etR irot and thiid Friday night In
P.4-h uniontb. Viblting iverignio coI'dl
ully invitv.d. W. W. WA A TR~.1
t-'. It. T ifAm 1C-. ('hrk. C.;C.


At


p, CHAS. COTTRELL,
Artistic Photographer,
-1,)M0 :t. FISH IE I;I'l.I)ING.
01 SO THI PAIA' OX STiRET.
l 'ati'factition (iiarantei l in El ry Par-
tic ular.


HEIBEIRG BROiS. CO

K .,IOLfAL GEons,
lr~La1loz Street ,


V. J. VIDA1 Sole Wholesaler. PA
Pensa
O9 HWJiIS. BK1 W1,13S II PO, R1103D AN DOISTIC

Pa'll JOGs acisad E Sirs,, tlfrate, Wistices. B A
BI I l0mTIif Or iERY T011i.
PHON' 154. : : : : 1'. (. BOX 57.
JUG & FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED
S I'r- I> hiive'ry to Any 'altr! off th-, '',ty. I
W All orders l ift at The Oittc". Vidal & Si11tL, w1ii to' carefull'
S 4At r t edn to.


DUNN'S *


HOTEL


CN EUROPEAN PLAN.


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

Special Orders at Any Ho
RATES:-From $1.00 to $I.'.) per Ia:y.
515 and 510 S. South Palafix Street I'ensa<. la. Fl.oriila


TIME TABLE.

LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE BR
IN I'iF :ECT J I\N ', % : '7. ; *'..


* :1''
* I' I'
* Ii i'1
Ia Ill
I,
Ta a
4 I' III


1p tn
light
a. 111 i
.': a I in
. ill
:.* U. n
7 :**",,t in


A r as
S 'I V.
.51'!' -
Sri' a.
.5 r i
S '~is
.5...'.


I'..r:aq ,''i
I' a.
MI.';..
iT -
'atam:.t .0'-
I.'.


'7'-
Al' '.
\I ".
51''..-
~j .'..'
Sr : a"
'-a''..


Lafox Street,
Lcola, Florida.



GAINS


-IN --


Estate.


$1 OOO() w ill hbIv 'ia a.rt .If laid nortil
'. *$ hW v of thecity iand wot ofl lioulding.
$2 flfl000h willbuv yi- h1i.'-r ar'ljoing ciity
$3000 11lll Itip i'. oi, r lI.l

MTals pacrh Day r Nilspr.p-rtIy i, s New ( it'.
l$4000 '"l a-uv" "' e '"'- tw 'n Big
$4000J rlivou aril Iittlio. Havu SThu
pri.>erty hiin- a att-r frovmt ,oi thi-' bsay: also
o> ub l Itg Ha o d ii littlee il ay .lli.
w -$- 5 wil v on- oftr l'..at rata-
$5000on.c-.- wil' W.ut Hill. "I'tUlsd
ion -tretl car lin.; bhtai r nirs a id all mrud-
[nd Night. ..,n convei..-ne...
Al will tbuyiv lot witi i, ft frontna
PUVV Pailnfo<, sitre.t. -*til <>r 1,r1"K-
)S IN SEASON. ory. T'i i can 1o' luillin(ll.aatrly itilliz d for
bliuine.' purpo<- ",.
%ur. $7O000"' i'v lot ith ., ft front
(g ;r'pKr ry aiird .>' ft ft V.it on il-
cat,,i ai. Id'1 ft fram t -n i Wright. Thi
SLODGING: pr.,rty hahe ni- ',,ttm'- -....on i'. ana, t(r.re 1
O -a ^/ *pla't y of ruarn ta< tuilia a doaa*a' no a''i ainre.
.125 and 50c Pliliityroomrto build &dipor-it
25a d$8000 will Fhuy a hailaiorvni ro.'idelneo
Ola 0ao lon Ea- (ira-iy u. tw .In Pals.-
fox and Tarragona -tr'til-.
Swill tF. i an 'v, ar.' farnm with
$9000 goI u- anrl f f.. tuirn, w1l(.
Il-i lzant priop'rtv for Itruck Iifarirnria land
AILROAD. atiry pal '.i...it. '1 tila pih.*, I- lul-t lt(.ld<
0 wO will hbu a It,, a 't:.. h:* Inl
$10000 part ,If'ti- < Iitv l. f-.l
fr'o) it.


N-'. I
. Ii 'ii
-* T I a 1
*- *' ,rn
a .*I
A.I


3 111


BETWEEN PEN'SACOLA AND JACXSONV:LLE.


i :. A '1 I
1 '. *i Il
-;
'i a.
'a :la


iattit
K ; taa
*A fit
'L'1


N'I, I
M" ..i : '

1 ; '...: ,...


I 'It
a *'


a ., ..
* i "1 1
Ia
a' il
I :1 I II
"- :, 11
'. I ,'


JOHN NICHOLAS'


Restaturana-it,

305 N. TARRAGO NA STREET.
S,,- '1 '- :, F : I'N ,,: : .


(Deals at All Hours.


Open Day ani Night.


J. E. Stillman & Co.,

East Side of Plaza.


H. A. WATERS,


Bhtcher and Green Grocer.
PHONE 12



Shop, PRer rf Johrnson & sor's Store,
IN 1F.NIdN(i\
JOHN McDAVID,

REAL ESTATE AND BROKERACE.
( ri'r PROPF Y. FAIRMINO


AND TIMBER LANDS
FOR S-ALE-.


A".\ Complete S:ock of F. :::-. N :. 'a:. i:,<. Ci('a- an i Tobae.',
Co.-taditly on Hand. Ioans Plaeed at reasonable Rates.
'tW --^.f.A..e r^__^w --& .. f^in 'V:1;|1 TT i <* a i .m ;,nl1 .it .. .... .


i .


'a..


p
41
114'.
* S.


':1

I
,.1


.4


"i


p,~..
.4,11.~'~




-ii







'7;-
S
V'ai..
4



r


MW


~GIA\~VUUUUUU ~ C~IV~)~RCLI~;~Z~(L~(~S


I''i P :41


% -I % ;, ,,.. : : .


Ph-n#4 Not. I it'..


i


.


- I 7


** *


M u .


I


l'l .' 1"" -


\












4 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, MRCH 7, 1900.


THE DAILY NEWS:
matered at tti- Po-t '"- at Pen&iac.lBa.
Fla.,aseeCond-c6ass mau-r

OlyICt: Pitt Hu::di.. *:;: .acit i'aia-
loa street. up-*tLir,.

P -'H I1'HtI, I;Y
THE NEWS PUBLISHING C".

Terms-Invariably in Advance.
OnO YVer by Mail "
4441 Months
Tree Mont r.
(mne Week. ly Iarri-r. paya.,, M.,.:.disy

THE WKKK IY NEWS:
Pnbllt.h.d v, ry I r:dty at >: p..* .!r
Poet>a -Tz.-,-.

TELEPHONE NO. 118.

Adwlesingf Rates Furnsefdon App;,:a', in.





This paper i on file with the
UNNINd ADVERTISING CO.,
EficottfBuilding. SL. Paul. Minn.. where
h1nriber, advertisers and other 1rna
exmtake it and where estimates will be give.
uspmw forF GENERAL ADVERTISING.

PENSACOLA. MACH. 7. 1900.

H o% JA'. kv f '$ ': I f '. ... (
r -f i : : .:.
fr tnlal. p it ... ..

.;c hi" r >Lq,* t', '. :.",--..+ : t: ; :." :'" ."
hardly rorwomi fr : i ..
f J- a)lVf" t i I+','!. ".:; .a '. :. :L- n. .C" -
("lark:t "I'r, .,


doubtle--- I, u! ..: :. :, :;.,:::n it
M r. Lrit .Ar -;i ::.. ...: -

!olut,-!y -.. .- .-; i :. .


SVH A : w ,J .rr -,.:. ,; ." ;- :I




"'fixed l.: ;::.1 iva nt:,'+,,f .- v-,:,
-*f the- ', ,r:. li t. T i.i t .

W hat -x-' Pr -:,.-:.t t ,*rr-, : 'wui i.
have d,",*-. i:. M c.l' i:!l.-y'- pl .' i-
cit-arvy i .>ld-i.* : 1 Li- d-I't'riy-- t-
:, recent

lhe word-:
Yf l t. I I -a',: !':. a. a- 1
nn t I- I r -; T m : ;
c.ple'"
Tii nei w lIt .: ; i', -: ,,f Ir,'wta:,
the Lai.>ia -r l;a:.: -lr-l; ..ak' :hta
following I c, :.: a.1 ;i *vel -1.-
gf-.-tion:
inirnT u U I : .- a :
a il tht- f -rti .. : .: H I. 1 :t, :... a
i lanced i .'''-' :n. : i w.;' ; .t : :
( nIII. tLt-r. :1.,. :. .- : :. : :
uo nfrc '. :l. .' Li ."-' ;. L : -" :- t
i 'o v ai :.t 'l a .'. t : .a -* :...' :a : 'a

W hter e ,to oiiaI 'i.'": '* i ; ]' :.y ('ei.\ ,*''

tIl' d:-p t )P.,. : r .. I

:a : a.. ls.aT .'i : -' 4: 't > .. w x
t .- a >'lu. a -.1 a : .


M.[ lldai;. '1 :i: ---' :.!-' :,t 'i: i-
Z i. lh '! .' ,i;.t;., I : .1 i f .r
l .,v rl :i :i; a -a :,'2- 'i ... .. :
.,f ca l.d id ., : ... .. 1 ; ,.::.,t.
should t a ;. a -
aitiot a. ft r 'a ,: a : :.
ea-e. a!d a t

dp.rt ** t. .. i. '' .i;t C-
tair
: ., .- 1 3 ,-ck t :.1 ; i 1 1:,r
;:.a tny >t: T ;!. -* -* : ". :i ,' i0.t '
:, r b .. .. .. .. : ,t "" I : ; : :
hgiiati,'-i ,n f :;.ail \ ; 1 i :: a 'i lit ':;


: f.d tt, la,'1- tf i; ai '.- ..' k iil a'




I l i 'I [o+ "
a i 1a \I I .- ; '' ; i

I l.:l ai l- .1 i ', *. -




M. pe i v. "1"a
WhL la I l. 1

: f. er -.
,, t; .. .. .. '


i t, -.






a lr t Il 11 ., ,.- ''





-T:ia n t .' t. .
" -*h a I. k -a -| 1 .
l '. h ,a a ; '. a -








a iLa oh aa > :.".. a -' a .2 t o

.Ira Itn ah Ir' I a '. a- '. '* i
Mual" ,,iI"i- '.' I. i i" *'i'i- t'.- .
: llt.; l '1a11 lt "- r : I' ". ;' r t -


k fla Sl *\ lt I i\ .:- .. '. t' .' -:
; lit r ,- l ar" I i tt a' :.' e ', ." x i. '
\\.eta:. tit-n t''ii l .' I a:a- j*' [t aa'' *



a aik .)a Il lar l'. ate r, 't- a. I d t t -,ri i

-trat.! thc-et i y hit de'ed% and not by word-
al!on-. Tli-re is magic it thb tu:niu.-. buti
t-I iv- far greater -lo'iuerne- .u tlhe
r.i t thing down at t.ie r.:!L. tirt-
w,i the otr ;nith to tnac-k it Iaid r t :.-
c...: ru'-- that (rm arn rp-r--..'
Ai o- .' a. t a i 3 '.! .-c .
th- :a:.ta.'-t i'a& o.a Vie ia.-.,pl- ;a .,,r.'i.a.
.2 ..' .. t..' "* p ij .. '. i.VVa-i -- t...
S:. !
*"1 'i:;y parap;i:ra- t!;i- ,-x..-i';;-i."
d"'crrptJi.---Firid.t '-,,,',v z.,-AI.l- i:n
t:.- L i eri.at,,ri.,l '...,r A.\ M A.N
I '.9 ;' ;i 1;; .t : a ruti I"iZ, -t'..
w;;:lth-r ",.iver-:' n irue.' a- a:, '(r-
at '. r n ,t ; a ex'-- ut t- ti
,,ot afraid ti I 'take car.- t..: :.t
law- be faitlnfu!ly ex'-cli -i' a- t:.t
cou-stitutio, cominand-: a 'li, :#
niagl-ztrate wi.o. whleni atvi-e-d f oif-
ticial dereliction will ro-niptly ex-
ftcvi-I' the power-1 b,+-toV-wed upo;n 1 im
by the people for thie peo;'l'e- wel-
fare. lint 'tie w1! ii a-ks th.e
advice of the political leaders a- to
the political t-lect of performa::ce
or niju-performiance f !his du:y..
(overno of Florida haive b-en
rop-a:,-dlv urr-ed, by cit;z-n'- .ind by
tie pr-'--. to "take- car,-" that thec
reva;lue law-,ofa the state "'be faith!-
fully execute-d."' wi.he th-ey l.ave
la't.'l li r--:e:.'ly and iat .,riu-iv
Viiit l'-d or 4hai'rt., D'i: wi:;,La ,
A. .N l. tiu-t-ad a pr .' .;ti n ,':;f -

,.,r
in^: das i:.,ua -'.: ,, tlif tal.- :;;a: tl.he

f,,I ,:!'!,- -- \ i., w ill d :.; v-
-,>u>;ht indu';il-u, iy to il..l xcli.-,-
f; ,r t:! lt. it:.i -. tili -r-. .r ;.i .
n,.i.J t;; :L 'i;;' ret, x: :...: .,

Iii'd.
\\ :.**: *r ::.* ; :: 'itn -. w ..

S-, w l tL .Ill. a t..' d..A ..l ; i..- .' I
:y ;;.e pf ;l*- i' 1 i ; c' st A .-
a 1, a't i a 1 al:d-at!e .1 i:.
..'d: >l.-- tL. d -;ehdi al. ',- i
l :.1 ; 'r :: ati' .. I t:.-' -


.* t:.n :i-, l v -- :,1 [.Ja i "' :.it ,i

-.** i it.- .i- : a
-.* :.. '-i iJ 1 .i N t i,

t',. ', t:. 1 t.. c'.,:. ; i ,t \ na 1'-



,: e ;ir:,,re n:e taarty lia- at: : ;'
S a ; .-:.- '.ir. t:.. : ..-
:i, :,--,: r' -!.' ii,.; ati, ;.- 4 i- ,:
:!.a: part;':u'i.r indivi i l il.

I it l'li.' I-i 'i-- la, c"!ti-tip:t; ;": al '
-. ',u: .'i w :: i ;. -pitraZ 2ii,t ;y i a :,
~. t!, ti .. d g' i ,- jua t ;t lK -; ,t ",\, t; -,
li l! i ni '' i ai Ul;l l ;.t \\a' I
dl-' ait:a t.'. ilai~ i"-(ia l 't, r !.tala ,\.a l ,
'1- aa: ,~'':; 'a hi, fira- it 'v'
I;- .. i t i'r '. i... .Y A .-, l,. -
', K .~ I I I I- 1, ,: : i ; a-

I ': ,,'. ,- \ ..! '! + : : it. -
.,: I; : i. t i .,ii', .- : -' ,. -.
:I ,- .w i '.1 .; .: ,:. -i' > -


S.I I' '.(, ial;
I r .. L e 1 1 I .l IIK \ \, i l f l i: t i l i
I Il 'li al I I'0,rt,
r'.i'.'r.' It ai-a : f a;a.- .' a
1 ; +l : ; .+ ,; l : ". 1 ': i '1





i 'i.,,-t ; ,'r '- ;, ,;a\va t; -;('' ''\ ;, k .
1> .+ .: a i : I .- ,'.at :. .
l : ;a i:' ai '- aX :K ." f. .,'

'.i -, :" ', '' '

! ; ,> V l '.a. I ) .. N .





( .' .-' I \ a'r i.;- a' \ ,; .-,V- '.- ,

i.'.; ,. ,; .,i -- a : ,* '... *: : .
,i! t i t : .:;


!t '' 'tu


Dr. !a3 :' Couq"' r.n v(.a- ( cornr mo ,








S i,>.t .'' ."
I .. '. -

a ,:'" "




: .' .- a
. ". a' I :: .* aa ,.' :: .;



- t Ii I ,t i '.'.'



, :i ,; '.' :-t .: .'rl'
ii.re'l- .a ,, Fi, i' i' ciii .;:.a t a i .

r!''

try.


No Gripe, Pain


L ., -u c,, r :..,,ir. a. t'a :i ; :.-
t;<,.t.t;:ul ci,-a:. i!-.2 vtLt:l \,.. t..+. "


THE COMMERCIAL BODIES.
Chamber of Commerce and Buwine.-s
League Meeting..
An intere-stin llmeeting of the
C!.annb-r of Commerce wa- .eld
l'at ni.-ht. Pre-ident WV. A. Blount
pres-idinz.
A fter the reading( ;:1' .. ail,-':" ;,::; ,af
,ti-rminilutea thef following i* i: -r w..-

M .N ra,i F.Ki'i \:"a... ',i, a : .,
M r. 1: W a:-aii. *.'- a t
ar *'- r- I !i 'j t : -, ;, '..- ,. i -.
a- to. t1:- li.-salityv o dr-d.l:.:; at :.-o .
ar A'iit wal! lil > i- ..~ 'l a tol11 htv.' !I! ', ,
':ia1i1'-r ui;1 InIl letter uo iLt ..:d :a >.
I do) *.1.
A"- ti. 1n1tt "r -tand, flw T N r:;-.-
r., lta i n.! %t --.rr. K .- vs-r aii;,i ." : h:'.- a'
f-tVor tat dit-o, i wng :i iII.- (iy a -' .i.' 'I .1 .
) u iig M,-n- Buiine.s L-a& .- :. .; ; atvrr ,f
',.arK at l:t I..irbor inia ut n.
I :: y .ur re-la, ilil l bh w m'+ I i, oj! tl !, Plli.pt : ig :nt. : --- ,f t-' .-
sacola i1- v.' d ii thea ppinioi., f ti;-t a'.il -
t"--r rf t'Coimliil-rc-. In (irtla-r Itt!. I iiiy .\%a
1: dul ae'M L lti thl'i.- alll a-ndv i:lit d.
Very i*-p.-c i 11 y.
4 '. ].a'. .: n
Captain Corpsof :ngint-r-. ..-.A.
On motion of Capt. S. C. ('..,bb t!e
chamb-r reiterated it- de(-ir- tt:at
the available funds be expended la
widening th! cthalillt-l.
Secretary \Vato.in read t '.' foliaiw-
irng letter:
W ASH IN4! N. I1. '.. I. b' '- : .
M r. Tlio C. W'att ,aii. '-:-ia;ra ;i ra ,a.
Mv l-atr Sar:-Frhe n i ati'- IfI' i ..' i.h..iijt
P. i'-,a' coiui b."i ti.>-n drai:in.; : it.l n .L i n-.l .
;i ti it Hi.i'" fault t( i lftS '' .r 'P liiani-rr ,,-a
i :illi ,'. )'>it la'citia a.> tl aa lni!T :.i'.. vit ri.'rliaiy
i. f-i r-d tl y Ci e whr a 1-p tI;ll ; t -
i'- a r\.-'a --.' ri<'()l- 'l a.-! .i 1,1 ',. .''l :I ''
t I i*i. 'H 't i :-i a \a. .' a.. Va aa' a1
a .l' V l'> ta -r.a:,: r 'r *, ;. .- ,.- -a
r '- fii t w .1 tt ;it f. v 'a mi :.
'-,: .l'a' i. u t a. :;ttr Jl' .H ",,' ,a w- .I

Ili i ti.; l i. i a ri -a* m :i .il' 11 '

t; : b i ; h' 1 1 Ill u i : .i [ ;l
'* a L l i it (a, .. l'i: t :.* ',';. a
O ti* nt b .. ], -'.


A' .-.I.' : i.. .
A r-*,luti,,n, <>ffer,-,l by t',. i V
l ,---ler. urginli the iaa-:.- .:-
**' a-- ,,f ta:, bill I'r,'vidi;. .. I,, ; :.,
ii--tt, 'r. f-, ';iailil- t of thi .<,:,.iL..a.
aitd.trd, wo- unianiitn,,u-lV ,'t ', ,i.

;'A li -' bill ti, incrlla-t- t!. l' :) :
!f .rtilieryni-ei atid "I '!i,-rwi- ,.-
r'"a-t-0 til,- elicie-lcy *>1 ,,"r c.,.-:
defe iP-e. was u1i;:iiiin u-i ;ad' ,; I.a
A rae-,,utiona r alpprovii .' t!e l,'ti-
.ai'i',l te)y th'e ai'.i;t a! l: a i'. -\
trait-a I1 tid.!- by Se-crtr :;,r ie ,.i
t.- riti-ii i n i-'a-r. tel it It\', t, t ,'
I 'l;.y t,~-l-hulw tr triatv. y v..- '; ...
!,y Capt..:1. .C. C'tobb ;'i:ld -: l--

i chaiilte r alpprl iV l '-i! ; ir
by ci.-:r f t-- f t bt ll ;.'1 v.,, ;.: !tr
a i 'ri: -y ~-t ;n ti ir c .. .; t :-
vi
i't:. cra.tian by c ,i f a i- -
'.lrtinen lt ,f c n, i r,- -l :ita i t i' ii--
!l- wa- a;ppri)v,-d t y t! ,o .ti.,,n i,-r.
A !'-- >tlIti>n w ta- ad-I, t i v;- ,_'
ti.,- Fli, id:a I're-- a ...ci m, ,h t,* !.,*i
ItIi Ii-x* allithl Iii ie'il !. .
!. f,,llw inl : re-,,l! :. .; ,-
iti '- (d l (. 'a1 pt. a '(.' C -: .t- .
;'.h tl-!y ad p',1 :
1 ,, : 1. y ll ., + i t I ., -




T i a' '':;" '. -; : ..l ; il- ** > xl:
SI : i .










t-,I

;2 -. 'r ji. "I H '. .. 1 "i -


'. a ', n .h ,'.ai-i:- ,a* .. a .
.





.* t', ; i r- ." :!--' a\ .-





.; :,- a','i, a : .


".1 "t,, r -+ .' i r a i .....t i i.. -. a ** 'f '::. -

l :-' ii.: :. l' .-id,:,: \V a v, 1 a'



,'. -. :i t; i- a* lf t : I ... ;' .... : a -
. ;a'a ..a !, : 1 ,I. .. a .
S .
















+ 1 1 r
r. I B ul a a C u Si it e


.\ a "' I, :" .. :' : : .
S ; .






a- 1 -- -

'' S .i 1, i. .:-' Y .'.r : ,
a.. i'''r a ,*' '
aa _t" 'a t- ,: ;; : r -

.> ,r .. l i, ,- I .,"- c. i < -;..\ "

. "i n*.a .-' ilP'ii la"r~- 1..f ta '. l .it i
1 :.e leauU- tiH-lt aduJ urn,'d.

Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup is the remedy on
:a'.:l yi'u can i, "',< : 'a..ll ti r a l.a i' t^-ct';t," li, Iar,,U.2 : a ,
i ,\l>) 'rlt. ta I a'a .al. .1: i T !*2. Itl 'iO \ ax,.



t New (.)rl-an- 'VV.>rl'd.- J.ti" ('C .i: -
:,i, Try it. y,,t w ill ea:d'r-., t!..-
t1.;.a,.'-a erdlic:.
SOLD BY
)ANNHISSEIL IIIOS.


TO-1.GHTsr ATERACtIO.N.
Adventure of Lady UL'rMla to be IPr.
rented at the Opera Hou-.e.
Mr. Willi:.m n.aorris. -upported I
Miis i'Franc#- Drake and a ca;,'al>-
coiup.i y. <'f p'layer-. will p.I r :."
the ,:over.t houe to-nigh t. pr,--.-:,tirn
--Tie Adventure of Lady ("r-uit." a
four-act crn i-dy tira.it by t i t. '
tu:t or a .d ,.lvywri, :'. A:.ti ,:iy
,pe. --The Adve-nture. of Lady I r-
-il.J1" l- th '- pi.ay that .a t'iI vi-.- l -A '-
Ct.-- i. I.,'llU,:a ailld ra'1 ;ll a:.;;: e
i-a~,:; .>i .f ,L _ceu tll .-aitr- ;;i
New \ t. k. a I:id i- 'ldIltic d t!i. -'.i-
'4"!1 liv -l,-Catli aliA.tia .l ielit wz:n
iD. iniel Frahinain.
It I- quite ,trorig and deli-hltful in
it- hutii,'r and gives that excellent
actr. Williami Morris-. an opprtu-
nity that is. really refre--hing, and at
n time dues hli lose the identity of
Sir Georze -yvlvester. The -amne
style and fini-h that is characteristic
uin all his impersonatkonsi are mani-
festa-d in this.

The comedy deals with thp -tranRge
vow of Sir (George Sylve-ter nevo-r
to permit a woman to ente-r his
home and never to fight anoth-er
duel; al.-,> of the Calprices of Lad
U'r-ula, t,er wager to better the h,,in;
uf Slvester. htier failure. -ub-equiieit
;ucce-- and the ref r-nlat n .i t Sir
George. Th:e story i-; nicely con-
ceivelL, thie play 1- elaborately ,ta.-ed
and in fact it i up t,) t-) -t.inl.tIrd
of all th, F"rinan rla'y.. Mi-.
Frr'l.c0s l)ak'. i; tt'e rile ; l.:tl
I r-u'l... '. i- 11i. ie' ;a pr
;" I t l I 'i'' It '- i l ;t .i i *'- rI I : iI

r,.:- t r' -:: i- i -i : l ir


T ,i ',- i t,,-. T'.* -,-rfii 0 i :i- .. iA'i. .
; n i t ';; > I; ; l I:. > 1;. a .' :i
T 'h N% i:i' r- l '.k i i a 4"" ll C .O-W i. l '( -

/ity ta :, -'- : I ,. .M ,;l.,'t.l r ,,! t -
A '- lt, I I ;' r "'. ,t t h '.








,* I. A : i ,ffit" .r-i r lla .ii- -t'i. "', 7
'.l-h t ;: t :t -i .'l












: ( 'a :, in ,,'1;i-
V1 .
;'a :; ".y *. ., : .i ; i ; r... ,:,, \ : -
















w u r a
I W' I t I AI. r11
i. .iii : J, it l. ,l -,i I- .
A si !i~l 'l :i;-t :i i'. z i i ii'" :itVi ;( : -
ii.,L ._i ,-i l *.: t,, -r, Kl" iil'w :'i Ji~t;-

,; ti.- \\ l 'i, r-I;. r:, C ,!ii-
St V t TI : ,.** ( '* t ll* ; t ,. r I t -
: i.t. 1 -- l 'irw ii a; i. t- r i, -- -
t.'l t: m' ll i-'u !,:iv+ flt pr nud ,,f t!.,-:t

*'- ot~ i :i '+:: :"-'t" u- :;- i tr ly
- n*< i. A :.,l if! *vr.r anl audiic- ,,
;:*a iT'in L>J '~ w ort i ;ttinl 1:,,r-.. 1. w .,-
t' !. :; t:;a t -a w t ,-lr p,'rfr n .,:.

l' :.r,, wI i -,, 1i :a.i ,aif t inr' ,, ,- 1
!. !,> w !,, ,- t, -t:aI rt ,,r -t.,it in t l -
i:,z ,,f i Sur,-ly M i-- Kirwin i- :t
i,.ty i- t ,+ -;, ', ,tf lit r r ;., '

\, -J.

,, ; It.. i ; V :t .i i i ... n :, i- ;
fr';i ,l! .. ;, 1 t +r ;.tl! l l ,ll]!t. '1 ,-

u'.a ,- '.. i-- t,:aa i'.' r, -_1, t, i a .,
*( t i \r: V' l, t -








t i i. ':







_ ; .!
.\ lil < ,I' .-l : .










< "* i .


rIII -f .
a a' 1 I 1







r t. : ;'

: ." ; i ;: '**- ," l ar-i
S, 'a a T ; -
.; 7 ; ',a ;, t" r'.


\\'itl l a. I ^ *;'a*r di x. a 'l'- T. ;.i' .li
cur- t: a t fa !ti- tha im ta

Iy t.ri, : i ,, ti :it- v .irtu : .- a
: -eitr al ta"l' and itavi..rarata*r ;idi
hitaa t ;mrli'ir. aire lilt iii.I'air 1M in1

a .f i-i fo. r f. -l t- f 1 t i t' .' -T ai--


t'. -en ..'l- f- r ti.. ai a;a p a irt t .' thav -
:tiva-i thi Tru.-. ali- artii.c that


Investigate the Convertible Term Contracts

--y "TI I. --


Old Penn Mutual Life Ins.


Scl
k4 .
't* i^


DAVID EDREHI t1'2:": "'"'"'" '







e lillinm l3O1i0i A ton.




i WE OWN


V Large Quantites o

0 Bleached and Brown Domes- t

tics, White Goods and Printed i

Fabrics, bought for Cash. We

are in a position to make close i

| prices just now: but owing to ,

i the continued advance on all ,

| kinds of Dry Goods we shall

| be compelled to advance our

j prices shortly. .




| Save Money


SBy Buying your

Domestics Now:'.


[: Lonsdale Bleached Cotton 9c yard

Masonville Bleached Cotton 8'..c yard

10-4 Sheeting, best brand 25c yard

s 11-4 Sheeting, best brand .. 27c yard f!













Shirt Waists.
"|" |,l ,s T' C :l



** 1 i .

U; () i .






ll i a i :


See Interior Display.

Io.: Shoes. [


i 1, -,O[' .",n N. b

" .. -* t'.. I'. .,
I .T .11 w
*t Shoes. I



*l *e ee e


Le iten


Delicacies.


Wllai Ii T 'I i% p l'te Ilfor (4lir


--- a / '


is Cp c ii'i .





S0L C m3


&)


CO.


Who is Rader ? Don't Pay $40 and S'-


He's is the Furniture
Man.

The best 5 cent Cigar
on the market is the
DURHAM. Try them at
D'Alemberte's

Handsome pictures, bric-
a-brac, etc., in endless ar-


f.r V.r\w M \. ix 1- '\
Sat i i tby t -l b .--t i. *
tttf- im pr,, -in,-rt- :a, (). '.T
BH rzamti Furnituir,- H, .-
1'., t. 1 ( >. r ,,11-,- .
i> eajo ily v 'a- ata ii;. L a
2:*" li.. -t ,r'k.


We are Sole A!retn t"
Ki v-. & A.iTi ,,;,.'-
I' :. ,t i (' .ae -l I VIt .
i I -* I t i l I -


: :












THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7, 1900. 5


LOCALh EWS NOTES


1. 4' f4"242(


a '4tr 'til,


. ,


'..-144.4,4 !44. i.d- ...
2 Mi" 14- 4~4 ~4L**4 -
lia%...1 4


44~,4 I.4\.
= ....' ~.1 a j4 t :..* 2.t 4~
~44 jr,'tLt: is'.. 1-i.:'






4' I. .144

4 i'.4-''li- 4.~ a'1
4.' .....'..'' 4 4 1%. 4444

.4.. Ii '144. 444
= 4 "4-
::.. & '. 44.
'4.J

'4 1;> *%....4. I
4.
a'. -.
1.1. ..%*,'.* 44'.
'14...
-44..


M.

4' V


< .
9' 4 1


4 4 .4 4 'ii.''
- 4 4, El 44 4
4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4
44 .


Vi '.I-I .


4 *~i:.' 4.41
-tin-
.41 1; '- 1414... is.', ,44-
-.14. '.4 4 *.*4:.' 1
4 4414' 14. 4.1 ~.t4 *1
4. .411 ~4< 1~ 444 !:1
4 -
i '1-'.': *'r. rv -'p i-
4'444 ''.ai.V

4 alt l'4'l.'~ a-lay' iS l-1- '41
I --.~ I Ii I i- ~~4t II a 4.'
.~244.4. 4441 I"' '4411.4
'iF
4'll.l\iIJtl4~!lI.,l444-44fin.
'4.' in44 4 4 i' l.i. I.. il iii

44 ~44 I":*'~ 4 '.~-4'
41 I 44 4j444 )'4 II. i1 lit
4 4 .4.41 '-4~'il ..t 441.4'''! ~I.Ii
444 44. ''t.' '44.1. '44.41.

4 4 '1414,'4 J~1'. El 4,<44
44 4~ I .1 141 44''4 I .- 4'

'4. III -' ,:t.t:. 4.',- 1 a-
4:411 '4 l441; 41 94. 4
4. 4 .4
44. .. 4 4 4
44,44.4 '.1 i'''4~' Ii''''

-414 .A. 1
4'j 42',
41.1 4. isIll a 44.4. .414.4I" 'il
"441 I t4 ~. 4 1.1441 Lt'.~
4.4. 4 4 4.4. 4 -.

.4 1.~' l:*'~444 'It ~.

K '- 1 a. 44'


I .~ '~ j~ 4.
444~4444 4*44~~
44). 4~. 4 I~ 4'..


4 4 \. Vi
''II.


4 44 -


The


BEAUTIFUL SMiN

Soft White Hands
Luxuriant Hair
Pouced by





#AIC,
T'.'. .'- ~ iY'eTp ive sk .n j :r: f%;nz: I )-4auti-
t W~4~ .Ap ]'I the w,.-r 1 a. l. .'.1i '''tAnd
-'A.'tes'4tf,,. toilet, I.:2 a: I zr. -- r' Tim~
,, .:-I ir 'pi:r. I : -. I 14 at.4t.,r-
n' '.i~h #t.,(, lv kiij. rt 1. r'-i;U~h hiit''i t
r,' h~rij j-aitta4 arld bllaj-4'.P--s naii-. tr '%. thin
1aif. iir'ha;r, and scilleIa;- aby i1.-Tial-1heq-.
th-. .ii% ,Ii...d pjreverita4.e of the a.eiz.
-. ~~ P'r~r,. 1D aC.C~av,. P-P.'., P.-.


POLTCL AIIIU IC E EBS MAY OCCUPY
For Representative.
I et-rt-iv'an nr un7-, my~lfafa a canciidate RoIIINc
for (-lt t; V,,i; 1 of 'ainhiha c, unty.
F'lorida, in th ll- t re. bul,.ayCt to tDhE lEg T S oC
d-llmocratIc priia i n ------
M ) PEN ) 11 v r v 1 -. i ',v F .


Fotr IRepr#'a.6 Jaative.
I ktort. tily On:;.(J4JIct'niv-,tf .a-tILc:dA~.
1 F t --.tabt t ( tit
.1. t 'm FV Vr F.
For Sirtueriff.
I iefrehy nanouiv)ne rny'elf a, a canJz4ia*#-
sp)4Ctfuliy it-k Ithe support of niv fl'enfl-
di-charg .th.- d !til.% of '-t1A Oflic' -fi-cientiy,
tai: I v ituid iimpartiallY.

For SleI'uff.
I ta.-roivv announct. mi-velf ai a catrlitate
fo4r rlo-i- t..,-('t too th. offitle.-of 'hr-rWY of E--
camtn~tim v.n raty. H1 lurdn. and the .i t h
frag.-.4atia iiinra-rea". t' allmy fri.-nd4..


FoE~r Sbeiriff.
No better Cigar for I j-rlyann~ounle mty"eIf a candidate for
-hi-'riff o~f E1-Achl..ji county at the enlluitig
the money made-DUR -I etc t 10 .. .1.1C. VANI'VIA.T
HAM--at D'Alemberte's For Clerk flf thme Circuit Court.
I h-are-by annl,yuiwt'a my-s-lf as. a caudvilate
.'~f~n4'()xe/ ot a hmefor r"-# iet t ion a rk (iftOl *circuitcor
Xothndsselolla hme f E-4o'anlohin c4-untatV lit lb. -f%uiitelectiou
a ~ 1 (Wf(Ia~a/fl i', ~ ad a-.k ti'e -upport of the 'voters.
'tv hadsm Lft~ I i /4 -,C(ure. A. M. MCNIlI-.7.AN.
J!ars/on 4- Fineicharwe an For (itxc1it ('le: L.
j,;iit eii se .stock I,)rylou to se-Ii tIv-all! A' at.c.~v f),- V I i
lerIvmanlthey1i 11(11 it-f ill sell ( 1443it 44! 4 t.iti t '4.t4'

ir'(I~SU/fa /iel/Facr 4 irctiit ClI k.

C:7A.96r. C 0 I '.ALll ;i L,41''44.- t -i,1'4'-14


AMRVELLOS AVTIRAICTIONS

'0 ; ; 1lA'* ,



PLD iIDA c!UTAqUA!

Saturday, March 10.


FRED. H. OLIPHANT,
'1!* .ri;'nii Ii;i- 4w ;h S ," r.


HI I E I 1.rit.A i-


Juanita Glee Club,



MORNING HOUR.
i I .,' ,. ,- is -*it +. \ !: *. : v i': ", 11
i :'+;. k 1 :r. ,l *i. .1:.I I I', : ." .-* A I +



AF TERNOON HOUR.
] 1 ? ; i i H I .t t '.,. '+ :t;. i | i,. ,
I 4 a .1 : iH t I : -.' 4, t 1

w it' ii i t 4 \\ i 1 41 ] li
' EVENING HOUR.
I -1 '4 4 ) 1 1 I .' 4 4 '' 1 44: 11
'44 ;,l4 1 \1 I 4 ..4 l 4 ,:24 .1 Ha;i



la x xi N :i r M : :,' i 1 1 ( ', ,-
4 1 I : ,1 '.1' 4 .. 4 ,



<('4 tl 'it.


A Rare Day o; Blen.ed Pleasure and
Instruction.


BL Y 36 04CE.NTS


Ft )ar T A'x it 41'44r.




P It 44~j,* 'Ta 4'toI I ett'c or
!I I I Iit t 4 .i,4 I 'aitt I, 1r 4 444tt4I

IF'4pr Tti A''411pw4..
I- i~ri'.'t' A- t.-'m I.a ..

4.. ~ I' 1 t I44I al4 I'I:, lit-
,414.11'4,4'14411 t tI I4.I I ..! !. 1) ,1-
v,4 '.dt i-t

4 .i '1 r aitA iii-wsmor.
1 4I4'a -o(4f 4\V III Ian] W.. 1 1:. 1 l- 1
[--I,\44. 411 tO 411 w I444 i i *'' I,- 4 ', 171 4'I t i 'tit '-

i-or (';aunl,% Irea~ami.re
F, !kV'317nt.1:11 44' tIl '-.df 1,,it- i44'141'
13 1 113 I i tI-
v I I41.I aI14itt1hI 1 -!-441 i It It40, -I Ir-'II I1.4I
(4 t 1 1) '. ; I I 'I I Y ........ I'II'' If i i. :L 1 i41 ir .' I I a.-!
-.4111.- I It )1ithI [1441l. t IttII-*- I f I41.1I1' t2ills, I
t I141t. \ I i.tf. -ia\ 4I14I 1 14I 1.- 1 11) 41 Il tirI !44W T11 % 41 i-t
44i.-I. tI of.41t..'!I,- "!x.. '.4. k.. F K %I S..
For .1us ia-e 4)1'the Pe-ace.
-c I( 1)44111-4Iti, 4-M 4' 41 j it-1 1,' f 1 114'. 41a4
I.4 !!4'S '.'4,mII 14 .-I I.'. -"1114! III4 t11.' 41,
41, l l' INI lift:1 ) tg III IT'IM I .'.

F-. ir .Jmotikv-a' aif ihe el'ta e'.
i-4'.'tI% al raiaiati-I tit\ .cainaliahi4y'for I -Ia .'
41 14'l''14P 4 44 1114 (.1 i1 r.tn- '-'it,4--t14,,

Fi-tor %(I~'a t 4s l !- to 1eri it Ietadent.
mnit t ('Pilddl.1)tt. fr ('4.llirit v."1, 1)',.:
I4 I p 1 11,i111 11, I I '1, 44II.,11. "Utj4 1 1 I
44 hltw t)riiiiltil 1, I i' ?.I


oi 44'It o'iua i s pe~br it i v s ie It'a

It- 1''t 41 TI I f 1, 1 I' 1 44 I
14.'' it' il k.1 44 --' mid it-'.




j." .1f'4 4 .1-4014 tit ": I4. I.4
j44t-4..4. ti144 1014 41''- I '441II 441 It ::,II
'Ii'.' 9t 4t a4'.4.'41- '11(.l4 IfN Il ( '-
KI- WI. 4 $'Z.- !1 A:. I Ili- liMP44.. t 1 '1 f't-


it 1'''' fl, 111 tI) t.'tI, I.. -ir I) I '4 f r1 w-4 4.


Forbes Store.


SCHOOL HOUSESI-


4.
. .
'4 .

4
x


-".rh anid nvady.


,-'
S. *
. ** -


THE PEOPLE'S STORE,


IAIR


Say the Delegates at Socialist
Democratic Convention.

THERE WILL BE NO FUSION


larrim in of t al.foriil .l May Hp Vie
Presidential N->nti ,er-N .tionl t ,-
elallst D.-imaocrtis Meet, In dia linalp.
oilsl Todaly.
INDIANAPL.-, March 6.-The first na.
tional conventnou of the social Demo-
cratic party, for the purpose of nomi.
nating candidates for president am vic
president, met today. Aboul b0 dele-
gates were present. Several of the del.
ega:es carried proxi3s.
Twa matters before ithao convention
were tue nominations and ab-orption of
the socialist labor party, which is a
bolting section of the social labor party
of wbich Daniel De Leou or New York
was the dividing power. His .ide was
sustained in court in a controversy OVir
the party embem. The "bolting" sec-
tion named J. B. Harriman of (Jalifor-
n:a for president and Max Hayes of
C.'veland, ., for vice president.
It is proposed that the socialist labor
party, with approxi:mately 15.000 ruem-
bers, amagainate with the social Demo-
crats and accept the nominees of that
party. Th'nere is also same talk cf a
fusion with tie "middle.of-the-road"
Po;pu;s1%. E V. DI)el, V. I. Ierger
and i,:hnr lAIders say. however. tnat the
social LDcnocrats wili enter :ution with
no 1 arty, but wil iabs rb avy.
It is now believ.,i that Eugene V.
D)ebs will iLe naie thbo presidlntial can-
diidae. If lin ttiiou.d Lo nominated,
II irri:ian will i:lkey be the candidate
fur vi,' presiAdent.
A1. Ii~. l, F"ii'i, itu :iti., r of tir
.-Ill *,*, '. I vl i. f-t iWli. F.lln. llt l .tid
1i r ;I llh l ri of Yeairs 1 I 11 I'tii t ill:1-
ti-;i illn Li- ri.:ht -hlntill.r 1a i tl -i .
}11 -:iy'-: "1'M y ri it :i!il :i;t f il, -
\v:i- litir,-ly u~-ol,--. I triil ( '!h': i-
>* : n ii"'P iaii li i lin, :;iil w at- -ir-
pri-,.d to r v,.iv, r, li, f f iltio+-t miiiii .-
al .it, ly "'1 l- ,i i ; ll i I;a- In l.l i (;I
cl.r l-~;;i lit ( l) illli >l li ll i f lilillf. t -V i
-iinet- aittl it I 'v r ff 'ii4." Fr -.l.
Iv H\- a lah lr<,,.. 21 s,,tt P'ala'nx
-tr.,i t.


('oliention 4Cal.r.
ti :1 Jle ''ii:i-t(ir annual, 1.'i-inz ofi(
I ii 14411 Ed Flo~rid t, wil l t- ld' i t.li
(liit.--vi iii. April :irai 4th atril:m i
TliP filit Nvli ill 6f, at :;p. Ill..
'ifIn.Livthe third.
Mi-I-;I., will giv(. the coiii'elt ion :uIl-
(Irv'-,s addingiiu ittere-t to tiia iwca~-
1.A i:4J. G4;,iE N N.,teii

fie Fool)edI the Strgeotanl.
All (14 a"!or.4 told 11'n ick H1am ilton.i
4f We,;t .1 elt-r-.oi 0.,4..after stiftlerin-
wV44ild Idie m thu'' a (v -i) iI*'i~riti4lit
wa-;114114 rno-d; but liw ctirod h im-i
'-eli With'I I' ll.it iT H. vlreii-



NAVAL STORES MAIMEIT.
ltepwbrtc~d Daily for The News 1b)
Me'misrm..A. 31. Mowex A&C().
VW W,. .

AM 1 :,IV V I Vt


Room Mouldings



Be11s K A -Ij ~Aiways &Le


Furniture at all Prices.


* it -1-,1.rtillI *'


A.


Schwartz,


Proprietor.


0) "-C


4-'


NEW ARRIVALS!


OULR first announcement of New Arnivals of Spring

Apparel. A generous assortment, large variety

of colors and stlIes to select from of Ladies' Waists.
Ve carry all kinds: the largest assortment in the

city of well known brands. Among them the famous

- ,'i/f/,'fl /r.'P/,'i/.' famous for fit, style and finish-in

fact the best fitting Waist in the land. This fact no


dealer or customer can deny.


You lmay form some


idea of our ofering
Shirt Waist Window, and the are cheaper than

heretofore by reason ot our Motto: : Cl i'P .\\l

T l I t

New
Arrivals'


LACGS AND EMBROIDERIES !
AriNew
HISU NIMDRUlUMII[S! Arrivals!


I I [ oil' FA- -, 11 1. :1 IoI 111i i-0e 11


". 1 I t:'1 t.*- 1i.u ": t'.1:. z 1 ,:.i.t' six ,t a -. t, .. t "
S :.i x y n I n : o : : .xt ..y t



Sweepiffl Sile of vlluslion nllderWPre *
0 11o l,,It C hil;l'- w.w r ,: nn :i, u ,k :,+;*- I ; l:, :i .. lc l ir
Si : ,. ,, l ,*;. ,:' -................. ... ...... ........ .. ........ i pa i r


O ', I t M I--,'-" 'I, 'iii n d:.l ( ,iw n-i :it ( '*-t M .,i k.
One l,,,t LI li ~'- Tri iimn d(I ( h n-m i-.'. worthli ; .1' l ................. ._'i c cli
S)iir In, t I ,, l iv- "I Tl'r i; .; I '- l ii l itr c 'l, ni i ,- w t li 7 fl r . ach
1+TOne Lot Odds and Ends? 'j
Ill I.aldi-' Skirts ; tid Go( wn- to (l''-' ().it ;at < -t M .iark 1'ra '.


t -4


DeFUNIAK SPRINGS.


Two 1 >'s I',from Ilensli ih vii L. I & I. It.

Seat of the Florida Chautauqua now in Session
Until March 27th.
*.> Finest Resort in Western Florida.1-7
H :!: ,--t A ;: t ; i ;1 "," r i'll+ \', 'iV t '. r :r' I I... i ..' I'luii! it, .


T~IEBE;T6? CIA ~6 "IiJN ATP.


MAKJ NG 11OOM1


cr COr Fine and Exteisive Line of


Spring Goods,


I -. 4

I '4


Without Teachers would not be much -

worse off than School Children without ,

UMBRELLAS | 'ii

in this country. We've had in mind

not only the large quantity needed, but the


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

The maker was given a hint as to who they were


or; and quality was not spared.---


\EXT WEEK A


We place on sale 50 Silk Skirt Waists,
"::ked front and back, $6.50 value, all colors, this
-ale at $4.98.

< :" < .I ;:.:,-' n r l', c>-- l', re. ", I.ac* and I, G r id.t -, for
; I : :-- :': i al-
.* 1 -:: 1.: i,. ry .:i H ailf Pai'r .

4,t W W H A M P #% @


I-


,!-

t ', I .I
N o. lPi I lI 1! tI l r .. 1 .t :, .to- I r1-:
H : atS!. ..
N .; 7 '.4-- I' '. .. .. l f REAL ESTATE.
N ''. .:; N.! t t i.71--s 1-. ;. r 4,,.iii-.
S: :lr I.: t)rna' '*
.N ;.- o..'li I ..'- .,.. .r- :***t. i
r'>lii r-'4 t"0.14 l :.4,I I'.:
r44.41ll-. I14 1 .1 ;*i '!' -
S4 '.Tv ral ai ii ll'n d1 I.4.I ::i. (''441 ',' -" 'P
y3441 uif n n'..ill it t II ; t I *' ,,," -

p0os. q. UJatsor> 9 (o..
REAL ESTATE.
Rental and Insurance
AGENTS,


'4 4 4 I:'


44 4' 4 I'. -. a
-I 4
44 4. I .. 44 4


JUST RECEiVED N. '.~ >:~.j 1.:
a ii ~. !i.
=444 4 4~..' 4 4
4,4 '4 4 4 -
44 '14 4 I
I:. .
4 '4! -


:4 I .


; *- 1 -o
: .|
4 I + i 4 ..


")-JCS. C'OLEMAN.
i = -- i I \ *', } 1 \ ,1. \ f ; \

J. M. HILLIARD & CO.,


Carriages, Buggies, Waorons and Drays.

-Repairing Attended to Promptly.---::-


:'o A*AT (;AlII.h):N ST.


PE'fNS-ACOL.A, IFLA4


Roses --Carnations,


I am o.fln,: i'e r ,,iv. .,f o f -n, n -i ,! iI f .;' irk .a- a of
M r:i' iom erv.. 31a i! 4n twte.\ e .'t c < t f fir, .' a tnov-t ;, t r' .f .,; .
'iL l i k..ji-r1q wat,'. l.
Carnations 75c per dozen. Delivered
American Be:uties S3.50 to $4.90 per dozen.
All O:her Ro-es S1.50 to $1.75 per dozen. to you.


MSRfQ VIfOl IRTTI M'WWin'


I
j4
46
-~1


'.1
41
4 .


- -.4

41

4~44
,441 ~




)


'
1


~,'.1


-'


"I

-i


We


A:,!i-,:t- L.w, i: I


~1` :


Ciihlli~~~~A~


: :


___~ _


I I ; *


'I?


'i,.c- P .,'Ic ".!*










6 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7, 1900.


MUCH DISTRESS IN

LA GLORIA COLONY

United States Urged to Help
the Destitute.


COLONISTS STILL ARRIVE

The Spcretary of' Ariculture 11a.@ Dr.
cidetl 1 lint the (oioulsmt.&Title* Are
of Ma3oub: iValu' &and Ilany Have
Abanadoned I1 heir tiniiwis.
HAVtANA. aIirCn -.4 -.SiXty rroposed
colonies, b.tund fcr La Gloria., have ar-
rived at Nuvia6(, board tue Yar-
mouth, from Lrrinswick, Ga. Accord-
ing to the .ia~est adivices fro~u L% Gloria.
much d~ttreel!EXCS ~th fere, especially
among tr1Z IUh" ,w.. nave lobt al. and who
must dellerid u)JU the work they can
obtain in tLe U.~tr.t:' to(f Putrw Prin-
cinc.and _N wv.-as
Already r# iauSts have Leen u~aie to
tL-c Unr i i : z vernnienr ta fur-
cio1s trai.-: ortati~in :,r these destitute
xoeid;l-. I! is Fa~ tna: on.v 7'U out of
*tie urigiaia .'' still retnia" at La
(i."rwa.'I'eose r.gares do cut iuclu~e
1I4i, Yarrili: es 4i.-s, Ugeril
Gsner~Al Rivera. iiecrt.:ary of a:ricu~t*
ftre 01 u'Utrt;U. vaA>' ."rd it!A~t mrany
t:ae to-titt-rs, aser 'tgiU t.t
v'"aim. have at.1u."IuJ adrulem a~to-
geteer.
'Inec lonit~trs expo,ri their graztittiie
to quartertiaasr's uaaar~znrent for fur-
nimbang tteeni as niuca wotIL as posbabie.
In ail probability an investicat'4uU into
the management of thle colony will be
mintistnuted.
MEN OF %1A RK.
An n nc-Ul '. P 1 :if ti s
In IN 1.1 ol 1 -. V. ; T* 1 j I Me
nt the :. :I,

right 're T!A.. t; t..-'%; I Li rg.*.-t jpa''k.
&jf~~~ f.aetd.inLi;inzr..
r'I M ~-.I-~ ij.- ii!44 vvar Hod. i s
a se- f rnadv inan ij aIii Iw, -r k 4 A ights
in Loay Ill; ua~ :y at a-:ij'c.lg.
4. 'int-411, M I-'..
j~Itie'tIj4Un:the n. u :-1viq-r -faON,- i'n:;'ri"-
I':IiZ.1Il4'th i.t a lliaa. [e at I
C('rdizag t.th'. $ ?IN# 1 '.1%%, 1 ts'IT-1 like all


"other'a



''Ti I I Ia-! H'








f. f c7!
t'AI
f iii f,-

.
V4 .

will n L,

'r: Pt'.


I ", '. ., '

a r t d. 1. : '
..


A CLEAR HEAD;
good di.tcstij:; sound s:,l; : a
fine aplptite and.i a rii,,) cull a ,.
are somnic (oft' r ~irtso(fthv ,"e
of 'utt's lIvcr 1'is. A s. : '.
lose \ill c,.nvinc N' t (,ft..
,wonderful cff':ts and virtue.:

A Known Fact.
An absolut, cure f,'r sick hea.d-
ache, dyspepsia, r-alria, s'iir
s.tomach. dizziness, cor-;stipation
bilious fever, pi. s, torpid liver
and all kindred diseases.


ARRESTED FOR' SWINDLING.
Agent Is Tombs For Crooked Deals
In tbhe ouib. -
Nrw YoRK, March 6.-Joseph C. Met-
calfe. a weii known real estate man in
Brooklyn. is under arrest here. He is
supposed to ikuow the details of the re.
cent swindling operation alleged to
.ave teen worked upon William D.
Ci U-: -.v f Htrriman. Tenn, by Mrs.
LE E lu.:nns of 5parkill, N. Y., who
was i.:iuwn r.r many years as Elien
Pe''k. tinc "'een of Confidence
NV. In-
Mlrs. Kni;:hts is also a prisoner in the
Mr Cronkivy ia the owner of a p'an-
tation of( l.') acres in Warren county,
N.C wht::a is made especially vanu-
aj.e tr a rroductive marcesia spring.
ALut a year ago, according to which
Mr. Cr. n,:ey'ts tory, he wtsne- to dis-
p ,e: tn.e t1ror.erty. and adv'c:tis>d
cons.derib.y.
Mr,. Kuiur.trs visited him at Wa.h-.
in;,:'u aud a: a .:' p.a'itation in ccu:pany
w.v. Mr. M-: ..f. he vor-nu so im-
*re- ~ Ie 111n thi t 1no 4inaied Ler U"A.
"* a.ti burn-a ov,-r the plantation 1n
.-x L..aI:.u tor .:. ,.r:gages on otner prop-
-- iower r. Mrs. Kniiht was
:. ~;n ~ t.: a L .is and i'in'ced to re-
v .n',-y i- ptt,a.i :i:a tuo te imLpover-
:,Ir .-.tvaif % .ai3n t tat in h:3 deal-
..:i, ,A w !.: M7r- Kni..zut L, a.'t- i iereiy
a- an a-''nu; an:u n. iraasac:ions were
;er:,' 'v .e,: : ;..i.t-e i:nd tnat hie was
.T:*-".f re I re 'v iII It 'h .v .


a <;l .1 r I
I : '. ,. .. :. ,' '. ',a-. ,; ,: l:,


i: i. a.'.: '. ". .... i I : ",;'







( t:..t f i :. 1 t h lc t ii. o nr. 'o
I. .1 \- 1'1. .' t ; i. l











1. ; .a l :.lilt- a -toutlaws
11 1 .' loI. ing. e gin ers

..a, :, '.9 1, i "': 0 '4.1: :' ,l Is' ;Iia .
,4 1 *. 1 ;:: l to 1 !: S, ;l li:.
w\.,,, ,r <.l, t st,.i ,.,-f, r it in' irtion.
















a ...a
[,,r:'.i:I:fi of .;l,,,ut T'5'i dlgre'es, hot
*,:', :.i ,h i< li;;\ 'n i l he tin^ -,"t if outlaws\
, ...- l, ,, : L_ t I,, : tan,1? ill. It v ll w iq ell
:.. :.rlr, ,,1 losh,,- 13';ill],'[h.u hle in lke
:i -,..iz;iy <.f ,d: l iln up engineers

"l'l'i t:il,", nit lae .e.,tiin .w'. y ,f this r.'a !l-
r1",ji, .- < ".n .,i',:: .:itz ( >o:m **:,' : T r'l'i i!u lii .

*" .'hi t i- it. ; i :, 1,'"ly nk-
M .'" .:r : ': i 3I: :r'.. : "'ir




t :.' "


Oiir infantry nro :','aazreait laavoc
at Iait, f1* )!- F:i 1111a
life I3feualto.
1,ja. I t 'a a!,: I F IfVilta. !:3iaN0 I t 24 ie

it a :aIN*~ 4.' ..n:. 1a a or the

Iana'i-'a.''
t L 'a













\1 1 'I -I. f


The


Pinkham



Remedies

.'or disorders of tho
faird:inOe organs have
a.s'd th oSr great r noCHtI
and enoyrrious sao h e-
G2:seo of ti'f pearnnoat
7o07 they have done and
aro dcs:g for the Womenr.


Mf! of i afi'i;i e suffghw.
; : Wo: ..: -aiuld ho made
'Ie tisistageS.d how a.'-
SoGIsicly rue o are the
stlamtennts abcuz Lydia 3.
PInkh-arn's Vegetable
rfm..pvund, their seuffer-
fags wculd end,

Mrs. FinSkhnc counsels
women free of charge.
Her address is Lynn,
Mass. The advice she
gives is practical and
honest. You can write
freely to her; sho is a wo-
man.


AN UNFORTUNATE FAMILY.
' Alabnsit .P-opl- Affl ftd With 31,sny
-'.v.- r- I rigli-.
C G;.'%"::", G March 'i-A remnark-
able ca-e o ui,-:.)rtu:ie. '.atinuei and
r--s:~t,-.i. is at ;rjei n t:-. sa i a;nl
.nUas -xper:ence of t-e C r.it: iU::-
. in ..u:x C -v.
A v -:r a-o P. Y. 1-. C-r'--; and faim.
i.v miu(v-,' t.; i'--:i:x Ciay :r.,m .aiem.
At", ': ;!.7.e n 3-h- a.', a .li;,:i nant
for.,' ,f tv:.>.,,I i-ve.r .:ve.,-:"el i tn e
ta:::il. w-e .i :d and tue condi.
:i ,i the ta; h:..:in :'.-m:uue'i so des.
rerat- t:a't 21: (.rap.ps muvt,( his re-i-
den'e': o aaEn:LLr part of the c:ty.
.-range to sa.v, the c'. n-il:;oa of bhis
ch:l.ir:n ;:re'v wcr_. an I others were
seiz-d wira the drea.i ui-.a'ce. One af-
ter tue otnar. tarea of his children died.
"T.': fani;.'.y ab since 'ioved about re-
peateli.y. thinking tna;t the sickness was
du2 to -0,n ip..-?u.ar cointitons o some
part of t;l town. but the disease has
foilow.d thena steadl:y from oue street
to another.
The last death Twas that of a young
man uear y grown, wh-a was buried a
few days naLo Two nore of the chil.
dren are s:c& and may ni.): recover.
Tuere is general !yutpathy for the
affi e'ted family, and tihe goud people of
Pnenix City are raining funds and
assatL;,-, then-m i tther trouble.
T1'.mne"S..' Ml.-'id of lonor.
C:IATTANO ,(iA. March -Miss Marion
raxicn of this citv has teen appointed
rIald of honor Irom lTeunessee to the
confederate reunion at Louisville by
Governor McM lan and general l Joha
B. Gordion. She is a daughter of lion.
.?ohu W. Faxon, vice president of the
First National bank.
I. t-inj k I i 1-,.l 1 ,':* .-.v w,' ,a
>,ti w .r- ir n rt f' r ( a :i ,.-rl],ii '-
Pai:i l:n.'" \ w rit, i W }I. .-':,-
.!" ;i. }H mi! ;i '. P I !:av,- l-., :
. m*., -t!,'t w-. i. rt.t,.t;! ;a ;ti-i!: f,,r- -v,.- l
yv:,r- at:,; t :av tr! d r t* i -l ;- w itth-
,;it i- llnther, .;i;: Pain l| Ii:i i ; t *.
I p} -t iin-iliriti. I l:;,\ -',,t ,.t f."


3Iassy 1W ore,. '.cinated. ( ; AI li(cation r-li,-v.- t: *. lin.
SAVANNAH, March 6.-Health Officer For -atl- by Hannah Br,- .. 21 .. P|al-
Brunner estimates that during th,, past afox -trf,-t.
two months over 20.000 people have I will repair your watches and
been vaccinated in Savannah. He and jewelry in first-class -tyle. J. I.
the city physicians have vaccinated no Stephen.
less than 15,000 in that time and he is
satisfied the left arms of fully 50,000 p- : Medical Soirery. Attention.
tients have been punctured by them There will be a regular mieetuog < f
physicians. The reports from the sur- .the Pensaccla Medical Soci( tv at
rounding country as to the prevalence the Board of Hea th oflcp at I
of smallpox are not very encouraging. a o'clock p. a.Tuesday. March 13 and
and some ca-es have been brought to 27th.-
Savannah Every case that has been -Vi.iting physicians are cordial.
found here has been traced directly to invited to attend.
some other city. There are now seven D. W. MCI lLI.Av. M. D..
oases of smallpox at the penthouse that President
are directly traceable to other cities. .- L- i,..... Pr rt


r ,. I i IScrear..
Secretar".


F C Ia' o l -'rI '" I ('A .i" U'



Il''' ~ifV fld? 0? v r'Ii l I I -t
ti. at:t ri'ol. Vi' t ita tcor t.ik
~l& 4 I v7 -''i- ,I: Ia'- I.I' r i j.' -'tta' I -T S
Ix I fa

t1-,t h- ii many '*- altperdfrf. o 11)toio.
ti '- t t .i-rtlai. p('-( it, vtak. think for
tpid -#iij 1 dzav it-t v i4t .f t iui-Yft itO
tur tl -- r-l- in vt ca uidI i n k aii o f ',~r
1.)e oilac l for' l draw' r(it', lWtit.-f a' hu ot i

'h,. ,''-t i. -niiill-only about 2'.
Stit-i a (lay.
t- or i a,.a aa.'r i uftirna t i''raz ~~to
Ire.- IiNA'QJA WATrER C'O.
W. M. Puirr,
14-,"e*V. 'ittd 'I ,;*
Office, corner Main and Barracks
-t. ~ ~ p )I,,,h l H11.
Iln I1w


McMillan Bros. Co.

SCoppersmiths,

General Metal Workers.

Manufacturers of and Head3ru;rs far :,e


Celebrated McMillan Seamless Turpentine Still.
Cu.lut s Outilmsalwau au, M repairing done h ttc ccui .

MOBILE, ALA.




.tJOHN PURDY>^

Foundry I'.Mac7.Ainc Shops,
CENTRAL VI.IA '-.I. J k.l--Lils-a N A 1 PI. N 1 '. E -,


Telephone 314.


Pnsacola, Flu.


I~~~ !'.o 'dtOrder i:-in First-Clas-z, WorkmanulikeNMainn'-r .a onaa- '
o)1" Rat'-".
is.t~lfa ins's Maclhinerv'u'. ittinwms and R'u'nuliesfor


El'aiI.r-t-d bv' all Phiy-.iciaaiia- t:i -
iiil'' ~.~iah-oluto-yii' aa-o ri.zuiaduli-


Am


WOMEN WHO WORK.


FT. L", N. Mo Aug 12
pa:1a1% :.l1 fe 4: ~t s .*. L
F.: rn z Itt.4 1 ba t -


WGA g~ea*~ r..' .



~iofCdrd"


t r t: -





F LA. tS' Al 'U V V T
IL' --A








VIDA & SMITH.


/P


25.mt


A


H. H. WICKE,


Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter,

No. & South Palafox Street.
All Kinud' J Plumbing and Oa, Fittinr.-. Materials Kept on H-t"


751,1F""fS qtA W


'U"4mW'.AI',7.


Geo. Pfeiffer, Agent, E. .E] 'E",SE i,
PENSAC()OLA. o-P-KOPKIETK O--o
T t. On T, at allL -ns. CRONIES SALOON
___ o--DEALEK IN-o

Imported and Domestic Wines, Liquors and CigarN.
JUG TRADE A SP*V.tAT.TY.
S< Corner Belmont and Devillierq Stu. PFNMA(')IA. FF.
1 -


C. lit1


WMi. I I K N'W' .1 .'S.


I-i.. RV V-1-


First National Bank


OF PENSACOLA. FLA.


3::1XFXMC7W4=PXAM
WM. H. KNOWLY.S, W. A. BLOUNT. F. C. BRENT. W. H. HYER. J I
D. 0. BRENT,





t)&7'v.' tr '-w' a'ir wrI'ilI-a 'iof 011 :tje Ou reat Britain, lrc-.
fl'rnrco' ~r~:'. A.% Itaa uly. Hoil~anzi. Spain, Belgiumn, Rne~ia".

'.-~!"' inofln 7.' Y~tv-"'ible Terra.i, and


~%ir'~rDr,-ievrft $O-0 ax. orR~erat in counfletj-,



Cold Weather
Coming.








Coal and Wo0d.


',**'cp and I M. !- ("'. .


If you are ready/ to !o to /
Jhouse-keepiln', let farston 0 O f-
J- Finish fiur1i ish your h ousr y
for you. They will share uou .
money. Your credit isf ood -
u'ith them'. Sole Agents for Celebrated YELLOW LABEL and

ION .\\! --other High-Grade Whiskies.~a*
i O BEDIiH. PROPRIETORS OF THE OFFICE SALOON.


-- -


DROP


--






-- -- ;- -- -.--: ; P .


THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA,WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7, 1900.


Bil 80 8: P*ll
C la'
AND. .-- -


































.ink

-d e
T-rk Suts-,


Et c






F e b. 15
t'i..

















S., .|





*




K BLUE AND BLACK

[) MSerges, -




















|1 Flannel, [

4 Etc. 4













I o


-.44
44 = I.:
4 1'
'4' 4
,5J
1'3 4 4

'p


NEGRO FATALLY STAGEC'-D.
L ~'r~ F~rlitars N 'it ilt fsaito
to- N"I' A~ air.
ar -,,- r) mr.cur

T, .-I i f A: t .re iVfic). r

rrit

4 at






..;r: r. ft War. I'S ?"e(d I e-
~ t t. i h t ii ~ r an
t,;,- 16%, a. 4.%I t3 4ii-Th" new

A %..- I t r .; Tl 'i, Vi'raI11 e wr
A l 'i t. M~ircn "', iDc.a'I
in' 41 4: rtu Ci 'roi :in;
44. ~ ~ ~ i w 4 1 fl 1''.h (>irolina;
u -I -.. in A3I ;ir'i C '4148iua
v .' 14.:.- e1 "l1 U A31 r o4 1ne I
.1 1 a c(ar..llliz; an eiev'r14' iii.:ht
Sur.il) 1 mil in T* 4 IS 4 urulurur
.1.r:*- 1 N.r,. 12.11.. ID ~r'tac.
I r'.v :'i .l:'-s.. kt 1i:;z niiaij in

.-v .1 ''2 N".. -.1:la ro.L. nure

':i I .:~ and ,tat;!Ia
1!:! ::1 fv't.4 II. J 44 '- 11.4
:.~ z:':N r: I 412; ::..


': ,A:.t., Mjarch4 5. A
kl.na e Inew .awimtn~;u l2u dn
w:111a 44'Vifl' ('3113 tV r Lai.O9 134
t44'i 0 4.1 '2. in Mouu:g-nery and wsi.1
t'.. 1'rig 4 2 PD (4. 1to 1bI' 14 lC 4.,:I
Mar ,>, V I.4 .LCO1.12ii'l*-!.a@ or-


.1I ,


.- '


...
.1 1 1,

- :1. 4~4 4 144.
V *..:
.4:1 '.4 II


KIDNEY DISEASES

are the most fatal of all dis-
eases.

F li EV9O KIDNEY CURE Is I
FOULE guaranteed Remedy

or money refunded. Contains
remedies recognized by emi-
nent physicians as the best for
Kidney and Bladder troubles.
PRICE 50c. and $1.00.
\\ 11 '-(. ',''' ::. I' T.'


("l4lSand Tnj,

v 'PS3L D BY


'.V


4. '4


0N '
v edr: n, .P


2 'i :.c i.p 'rn


in asaI


-14
.4.
'~ '44.
'A


. 4. .. .. ...


L*.Y Billu IJ Ell. ~ '~**N


LUIC( >1,N'


One 7.#,%54v 4% 4444 -n



*:.1 Al
.. I 44. m 11.. I




L~a 1.
('111 '4 .f, '' fI 4' i'' i1

442. ~ ~ ~ ~ h, are2''-. t:42



off:....


I 1 '.

4 4 4


' 4. I,'


1 1I t1








I ia t




4 14v


ALLDRUGC:Sljl iS V1 -4.: 1 ,: .. ,, 4 94 1P:1:1--I' 44.4. t: ..1!'
,..- ; t .i 1 l p 1
b.out.':l a- v' I t.' c.,h
'At ,L.4.. 4 4 '41'.. .*t *4






I:q t T .41 4)f hiljitv'i il4l jS


'.4. 4.v

-77-,. 1 4.
A.T
4, 7!-4 :
17,.


'rd) W'arm 'Ic.Ilirmelf.
I' 1.11. :i14 4 a '441 :.1'in4a



*~*~.'.12.214 ~! .4. 14141I

41:.* n444 1 .. 4.. 1 w.' !it ar


IIALL


4-.-


I ~ -


'- .Ime-o and J?


PERSONALIT!IES.
7ircsi,' nt L4:.4t 1 Franoft, has










.e f 144:, 11 1 If ~ iiau






Ida I II i -, ,: Iv Iv .a-4''r :i..LS a t



I- I I f :t 4i aiiI lie 144uhINit :1 *.o
iL. A. 4 ~ t I- v. \ in 1 1414.fl r I4 1 I



I7 1 :V : 1 1% iI



I f 4..,x~


.4 1% .l I! -t ,I:4. n1 0.%!.4*IT41' .,

tt 1-11 I lo T l,'p~~l ,41 :11 4441 :I I::I





.It
t~~~~~ I lit4
** fl i 414 ''11 2 J4'411








f, r l it i c

I "i14IL 11.1 1114 4 ~i, t C4-1-1. 11I f~~i
I t11: ::s h I v :I 1blL11 14

at NIIIII' 414 -:itA 't.:4le :t tI i1 t 1 441 5

-4 r!- 11 z 144 441lit,11I' 4I't I v.4'4 :1Ii I "I

Ioo I liv '.. IN ilat is 4-:111 4-1 41 4. 1f'41i
Grom N. Winwe A I. 4 .441'1 14,1.1
W I 44, Nv l f N N..1
1;-p h s lt i, v ere.II


S. A. "j pi '%

AGENTS3 FOR


Liqcuors.


~W ''1' I r '-.N()( )K ll -, h'I"F'144.'i I" I. IA I4I I) .I .N
-TlhiK4Y'.X I 1): 1, 1 11.K V 1: ,V1.1F 1%




THE JUG TRADE IS OUR MAIN SPECIALTY.
41' Al- t44 44 rV -it *,,B-I l. --D,4I'


P.O. 1444.\ II".


ALLI GOR


--S THE H -


- .4.3


ISA O


") :lOPPOSITE UNION DEPOT.- ::-


W. C. NORMAN, Proprietor.


Telephone No. 40.


- CArT 0- M331 F1ULA~ P n:':4 -



*1:! 'FI


~Ufij'I i;


11 WC'% o I NJAi I CLAS S', I 'E C R Sr .


SOLE OGENIS FOR


.4 -


D.C
1


A 1.I IA .I'T\i UI ;Ii 1 K 4K. i


4E'


UME


<-EVERY DAY':-


- --..% .T ,


&0
(2


K LEIN' S


YMammoth Hetail Grocery,

5C2- 5 S UTU PALAFOX ST-.
'I'Ol 0e13110)ll 0 In,, C .


1: C !:3iS' ~f::~ui 4


. I -.-,; .. -


4. 1 *4'' -':.


IPA



;'hEVY-POU sl



Mj '6


I c I r: ,



7 1 1.f I V ,





71-1
L A'E 1.7E


le 1. IN ~
JJ el 4~.1-mc

'4. a r


A. M AVERY,


Is3UCUv AWv#w 4P WW.o1A.)
IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF
ico oHotel and Restaurant I-Iard.v.rare,

ALL 0-1DERS SERVED ON SHORT KOTICE iron. Nails, Axes, Bhovels, Saw Mill and Mteamboat Mupples, Cooking
AT ANY TIME AT REASONABLE PRICES. and Hsatir? Store, Paint, Oil, and Window Glass.

:.-." f- ren' by the Dsy, lesk or Nonth. Agate and Tinware and Housefurnishlng Goods.
Gon Pistols and F!ihing Tackle.
314, 3' r2 :r 'arr s. :a Street, Opposite Unaon Oepot.d Khi k
0 -Tcie:hone 68.---0 AGENT for RIrm'ingham Rdlling MIllI Company. R. -v. r Glans
-*E ) WILSON & CO..-.-- Stitched Belting. Northampton Emery Whoel Company. Lattin & Rand
: : For-t' to Stop With the Fat C l-an. Powder Company, Johne-n-'se Kals.::xo, Iron Rlig aLd Buck'.t St:ov,
.and Ranges. Wm. Cpe & Co.'s Raw Hid. Lace Leather, Man-y,r. Ready
R-: '.K PEi-B D4iT. IHOLESALE All RTIAl '- .!Railroad Color..


Pe: 3acola, Florida.


a airnt. 1i':it


Masonic Temple, Pen- icola, Fla.


High-Grade


4*
4.4.

.4.'
544
1,.
I
.4
~4,44.



~*
'.4
~

~, 4$ ~


41
(~4~4
~~4
4'~
4. 4.

'V


I4


'F
*444
4.


.- 4


43I


---


TZ: YNLI?


''


* .<-


!'I*-NSA('()I,.\. VLA.


IVIA


( f itll **I : !.


_.~i


11


1, F. N %( .. k :, ,


fS,













8 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7, 1900.


THENPOLIIICE(OULT

Where Laew~lne"% IsoPrac. 1cci'.
There w--rs tw--v',-. ct-- .fr

a i~rnory
Ho~ward(. Ed -'I.H.r(i>'.
a pa"w *dL- 1

a'.i.'














k~i I A1


MARITIME
A::L4. E! AT 1, A "A TIS 1.
4,47 M&& g4Ya'~is. 1 J a nirO o

A F.1:'r K ..


i', .
h -- "


-~ 4.
44
44 ~ :.e~t 2'
4)-)-


'. -,v I :M
" *" t .-* t "A ,


'4 ~ -'it
-. 1-'
'.4- ..
.1 ~ ~uria~
'.'~*
L2' IN POMY
K ', El PM
I \4 .


S
'4'
I -


* *. 2. t B.ta: -
- ,4j i.. 12)41.-
- I .. 9,21


,, F,


* ii If


2.


GU GEN H EI '


HO


n! rnrmun P.Fi i


-




All High Cut Shoes in 1i
Men's, Ladies', Misses'


Children's at reduced
prices ...


A SpeilSi~i~


A big line


1GOHEN FRIEDMA \N Oi



I RACKET STORE.S *




SPR ING GOODS.$


We are prepared to welcome our
home and visiting people to see our
Spring Line which we are receiving
rapidly.


We positively carry the largest and
most tasty line of Ladies' Shirz Waists
in all colors and prices.



Our Stock is Liinielis !


. 1 ." I I I


SPEC14L IfOTICES.


OJIE Cl.,4r qwopp.


I.


4.
'-4


2 i


I,-,% i*-4. 7 ? I ; 2. 4 *0 )-I


/


4 1, i.r !


of Ladies'


and Children's


11^111A n- I)uordIrt'cht.
Hrx :~Tr, Mar-h A.5.-1; w
~'estruay~~J c"- Genera. iBrabrant
a~gaLDein ez2,'I z~rie 1L'jers to,13y W2.zza ad.
vantagc. bold;ng tae [ositid'2lca,-tured
yesterday. Inert, wan so-ne esmut
fighting th:o; morning. ithe I1r~ubkz ."s-
ing live ci Uo1K nieliand capturin. t:;o
ko'r fcrt. ttnrs vatt.r m;.:o-vicg ?their
position. 7i~e Boors ought tenac, ir,
contesting evtrr imen of ithe orrouri.
teut nit~rlnuWT thiev rereated. carrv'.ng
off their cuum and wrag ,as A mounted
totces puited tb#-ui. t in the rezuit is
got yet knowna. ieSF~ritisia casualties
during the two dave were SJ wounded.
12! or 13 kul-ed- TheBe 131* r necare tun-
known. i.mur,5 w,fc&t ear 2ntis rtgua-
tag the C'.J.Oni~i'q L2~4.:sp'enuaidv.
~Ntm C.. mr (if itsn- Iit.r-.
oD'4.M 'rcn ti.-Tho war r'!- r
-ve the fo..'.-winw d4-pa~r.i :r-.ni
L'ri R be. *s. c.:e. J:or'." March
'Gr..r. G (&:"'2e r-ccunr~el Sorm-
btrg y~.r,.av. '1 Lehlines of railway
rifr' r122 i .~ -2WIi..14(W be re1'aire,A.
I -1! 't .',nierza s 'iiung.
a Ftmirn '-xdC.. P G. ~t;rrlj
tiu~r -:. :' Nai.now practical4v
-.e ~r IL#- et. z!.v an,; bat he cannuto
bear r~f any ),3 "I o v tb" CU~rnv
.nv'.whferp. ..;-I,.t..;o ran am!)!u.
mn 3a ; lli#,f t~i-:r si. k fr' n m ~vi):the
m~u.es' Lad iLee.. itKifu r tranty~r1 rter-


P '


It
a l1% .'4 .





:,6-


'~1. .. .,
A.:
4 ... ff4
I.


I. -


4 4


'4
C .
4', I.
I..' -~


(' ru.,;i-t II-n.-.th Eag-lne.
ATIAVT4. March 6f -Last night John
Know.e,i a Lreman on the Central rail-
road, was ru over by a switch engine
under t:.s Mit, helix street viadnct and
both of tis lees were so badly crushed
that amputatiou wao necessary. He
was ridi,:; ou a freight train, and when
attempting to get offil ne train he stopped
in front of tne switch engine. His
home as at Grii.n. He is a young man
and has ben a iruote employee of the
Central ron:a fur several years.
Philipplese ('unhlnuitton < "nmpleted.
WASI:INoTON. March Professor
Bernard Mlobes of the Un;Tvers;ty of
California had a conference with the
president today. Mr. McKinley ten-
dered him the vacant place in the new
Philippine commission and Mr. Moses
accepted it Tans completes the com-
mission who*e personnel is as follows:
Jodge Taft of Onio, president; Dean C.
Woroeser, Mcic: an: Luke L Wright,
Tennessee: Henry C. Ide. Vermont;
Bernard Moses, Caifornia.
Thet .11114I< lIo a (.. 'at.
I- Vivifd Iv, a3 ;' 1 (ly-pI ic-
w ,- e i -I. a'l, I. ,v. r tti- r it 1- f
Dr. K i '.', N .,v 1., Pil-. tl!- wtn-
<*'rtil an: T"ive-z a .I' ;i1i," ; ; ***. I.d thI t i l -- 1'2 t *- ', !.' ', l ;* L *'fe t
j ))! r )%'. ( ,, 4 :;' ;ih \ I)i. ;-
St)r,.

TLit E Scc0i,,b Fi t C, t L 1,
V4 I '- ,-t !. %' i \ t t ,***, .
i 1VM -'1 .-. f F~ i:n',,;-

l.il in.( I s '11 :i t r( t ee. .

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

DURH AM Cigars have


RA "i .


9... ~ .
.4 ... 4,
~ I; 2'~**.*'
* 4...~ S
4 4
N 4- S.
41


;or <:l. y


2 'iI'.
-'4 '.2.
K
I ~. ~' '-. .
* *. .4:-,..


N\o r Lao v 2?- .2 'iK.2.IZ. r!I
N'jr.)a':,a.~i.; a t o W~
r kM' ,~ f .4. I 44*
N" arr-a .arn-n. cfl. I


CIt'. '


24.


4. )4,~
I: I', *.
2 .~ 4 .~.. .
1~ I 4..
2' ,

A1 '~i..A


$1.25.


Gentlemen,

SDon't Miss It:


A 1-: 11 1''rTI M E:
'I'llE N1,Y TIN1IE.
A N--1iCA -411 T I M F.


i ,:. :1;* :'ii:n'.( ,2If Tit'! L '-Ji.
'.'Hved NV,,;, fr


'4.'
4~3






.'4.


We


$2.50.


Slippers just received.


In Men's, Ladies' and Pisses' Footwear
we are the Leadcers.


Millinery.


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


.. 0:.1


are Invincibles in


Low Prices


This makes our Success.
:. 2. -, ..


Ii' -..
-.4.4'.


I)ot'.'t T..p'r- 'rim 24') ~'.4 A2


1w 1-8( H


4.. I


ii


''a.




'4.,' 4

N........A,,k



z t. f11 1

P. It' .'. I"'- t:11414j4''f r.' 2
914).4 ~-4 i ,,.KI,.







shot .2in 4 e 22 \ ea a2 I... I 6 mile
search ef some i.,,i n rie. A ii
pi2.no f. i -rom ig tor,. -' t e44..'
It!, i. :' .to .an *a.l '4sL 4 a .. r() a2, his
N : au .- .t2"'4) a.2
Tno-.4 ir,1 n reengeburnd th




whichever.sts 41011l

DURHA MM Cig,-enears Elare
the fin tes -1, 5:2ent skald ;mokes
Torytheo m at w Der h lcntin

pin. reoniLs sior'g'. 'Sto~ries.


TR UNKS.


/. GUGE/IHEIM.


FOR BEAUTIFUL


RUGS


u r.. i.V42 ic.a 1a


Th'i Esc aia ,, 'n:!nrI Fahnn7 'C.


I.... 1


'4. '4
1.4. *1
.- ~'':
~' ~: -.

III


:7 >'. ~. .
- .' 12.'. 4.
4. '4


I ~'

-. "


I."


if I
14 :' .-. -.


. COHEN, FRIEDMAN & CO.



W. B. WRIGHT COMPANY,


LUMBER, LATHS,






'IY T -. -,i. Vfr 71U 40 AJI' !'IV-T L :..I ..


1.F. E. BRAWNER'S-+


E


0.0 I o


N


STBC


4 IIj
- .:
- -. -


To make room for them the remnant of Winter

Goods will be sold at Sacrifice Prices.

Here are some of the Bargains.


29 4 2''!' '4 ~4'~'
Lj.. '4's't''
~ 1. 2 2.


W~~~~4Irr I 42' .2 .2 -221 4 '4 .,


I .1 2.-.\'2"'4221 '
~2..'9(412 1.1)..I'2.I '''449'"' I'~ 1 9
~: P '~*2 24' d('~. ,l'7! P. ;r..'' n


4 4'. I :. 1 0 .' '

... 53 .' : I ,

.. .. fur Iha ir. 'r iI


Remember the Place,


I '
'I*!


- .' ;


-'.4 4 U


%q % '"* "* .


xV 'x


k 4i t


42. .9
4 4'.1 .?,2,.' -. -

~ -.- -~
4 ..,.'. 4 ..
'.1'--............. 1.




'1 .444 ,

if ~ III E.4~4~ 3i~..
N~ ot P4 :t~~i ~
IJ,.
4'- 414 4) ~ 9~.4


Coffee: Coffee::
J ~ vi, U 1,', e I'/en ti'
t (' .2(fl~t*(, / /df/ijH* (,,


iii
S4 I~ j'


L j


"*. I


"-"- 105 S. Palafox Street,
-lox St, c


-e ,'nifu or /


SPRI


IS ARRIVING!


or. "=N Mn=&. m q mOW -M m da'


I i

(


t *'' -, '. I I ks" I I /. I I Y I Ili-, ", -


KEGULAR. PRACE


'. ,- :.. t


'. t


k ^


I




The daily news
ALL ISSUES CITATION SEARCH THUMBNAILS MAP IT! PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075893/01068
 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 7, 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.
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002076174
oclc - 33669261
notis - AKR4558
lccn - sn 96027213
System ID: UF00075893:01068
 Related Items
Related Items: Weekly news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Pensacola evening news

Full Text



- .--r-.-fl' --~- .


'THE


NEWS.


VOL. ZO.


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, DNESDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 7, 1900.


NO. 28.


.4i4


ENSACOLA has a Depth of 33 Feet of Watrr in the Channel at the Entrance of the Harbor.


FOR POLICY ONLY


"Afri2a For Afrikander" His

C,'e.d, Cays E,,land.


ir. '--c. %,-'


TI'lO IrTY HIS TOWN


tI*


.1 -,



Ii,


i hlS it a .-.sy'a Atisiae;.



A 'f


L4 t*. tn


I A.







r, uoi-. N '4e-I.




~ d I-~la ta forwIIard ia






v fir% at':. -:,
h- at-'A it'


[it N t -I





I ti -'I .


I r


I 1-
t lia.













.1 ..'' a 'A a aNik U -I '-f 17*0. U


7 A-.


- a .4'
.1
.2.
1, -
4' :'4m '4.
'lit4'.,.
4 4


.. a

- . 1'.
4 -

a hI'' *
'4,
~'' 1.' a- ,.


.1 y'


4. .he% .- ti~ rm va .U



T4-.1
4 IV .1- '7



I I .v a1 7! I ':le r .


C.


4 ... -'4
7 '4% :...
4
4 '- . 4.


i I

.. -


I :1 .. \ .-


'.a.: It I ' 7 l: -. .a .-


To -i!1:1; (' Il. l. I.\ ON: l) Y


I :'~ I 'A I at I . i"s -'rrt'paredi to
r..-,ka ,-e u n 0 1 -"t! 2 :t .a:L


I u.P.!i! n- 2ae'at..fa..1:oaa Yt'1i-itha
aU A 11 %T tI L'I "!I I : ni r d'ta:.;.I'dfilt
..:f1 I',, il~ ;a'...r n~to re'sioa
z 13 V Slt N 1:1W 011 r.' part to :aterfere a cc
t:TV iY IIn 'outu A:r~tcxi i atvrs, either
ila thi l" A11rub, 1 utic, Duic!A e'ectur.
W~hOOS VOtO IS alr~lildr threftwueuoc, r o*
tne L.sfriri. who svn i ocumed to vir-

"I'bts to e nt. i.-ed, an ezvravag-ant

LiAluta, a policy ,.' *Athta for ttiS
A fri aL& -. i on 1hi' iiiv the latteri
v. (,rd is rv'u ';htap fiatinceirr
lI~i wtl be 1l1-%a. it, ;A~i,, trai-b f1&g ~nr


s, i i hr..a qti (-A-it. '. I u ..u a, T'C' b., j
r4: i\. \a t, v t. -ia .zn

A" r'.4 i f .~. -~u :er


L rO e ~ ~ a tcr

i: .r, zd c ': '-'-2a

1 r~ ra rtId, IV 'Ar,-' e I Lhe ra..I-, !, i t

e!I: !co 1( aLh.Inii i, a ix unkitro tas


he. r. ; 6..':.b7'ut be 1-; r. iacil.i


I ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ t .. ..l::ataretL--..t t'r-in
i~t~P 'alvuniiitruie-' I lie
-- S a V1 ..tW::cthe W~ii to lAg

a uerin:.:ta' in aa rei'h ur 'r paty
n'' '.hi;P a.-4K17Arr a 1ori LuIaaS a~~
.i,' ..a :vnu~.. il-V iaav t~i.' roajI

.li.-lr-'r 1h 'k. cie; ,t tA~i in llaxinte'pi
~a1t'~24 [aa)iad mfi and titi::a.ailsare
1i :n:ii iil *d allI i,,I trti tlii ze
r (a a:curit- ii't~ae' oers
a; 1 t. 1 a' wr *it 11 a *,irkeniAz'~2in a:s ea;h.
In \%I'jvat-!i' iaurried lanai ii ata i eeu
hI i'aap thae raidsi havm wa~h..d the
e arta away anhi out of tae earth saick
ghlAbtly leg-i and arins of (lead burgriers.
A dispitch from 0-foutien says that;
another important British success wiil
t':i0' President Stevo to floe to Preto-
ria, leaving a provi.-ional government
tit 1zt.oenitontein which is likely to
niake peace overtures. those Free Stat-
esr not wishinui' for peace trekking into
th~e Tranevaai and thrre helping to
1make a stand which most of the British
miilitary critics now point out wfil con-
stitute the most difficult and deciding
featrear of the war.


E 7. ...v r'.v fr .I .P: Ioo "f ti-
't : L ". '1 I N t 1 I' t 1 .-
1l: ci *- w't ;r1 ia i (. ~ ri tr'd c *:n-;
-i 2,',.' ii eIT,'>,i wi .ar hI. .i4't ,iit-a; i ( .

'.'! v.1,4- meiak,.i-- an;i t i '':t : inrl-
Il,-' h'.h:-. it- t' i i'.- irf ,* a K, 11 .fi-



1', :ry i .i\ t ', l'l ic. .',,'. .a ::d .,'.

Robbins D f-.nds liinself.
WASINUTooT. March 6.-The house
today without preliminary business re.
su:ned the consideration of the Aldrich.
R bh'ns contested election case from
the Fourth Alabama district, which
was taken up last Friday. Mr. Rob-
bins, tue sitting member, who is a Dem.
ocrat. took the floor for an hour in de-
fense of uis right to his seas.
N.w Tiienesse'e lRiv-r )Dredge.
U.rTTA.N,,a" A. March 6 -Major Dan
,. Kin.man. engineer in charge of
Tonn'ssee river iLm.rovelients. uas ac-
erv-red from the 'ontractors at Paducah,
lv. a n-iw i;reig: for the Tennessee
::v'r w T, 'I .." cost ,of ie dredge is
1 :::. it ; t v r toe best that
: ,-'. : r 'e: :h. ;v 'yed iu the service
...- river.


N4gru lah f Shot.
1.. z :7, A a. Mar-6h '; James
\V..ave: ;:.ri ::vr ,ts at a noiro who
a :. r: :, c>a'.ied. stolen Weaver's
antas' anli iaonIy. WVeav-r saw the
*:t-:ro i: a sa.'on., and ap:prcaching him,
he? tv: ;:r, ran a-,ross the street. One of
Se-atve-l s 5 ;,s t,,-,k effect. but the ns-
.c, oLnui'J t(, :an and escaped to the
c uu.try.
Klle il u I 'olliason.
M':r:irs. March 6-In the I.i:nois
Central yards this morning a string of
:oal cars co.;ided with a box car which


WrC-ELLER VACANCY FILLED.
lW1.~rwoo C1 f Alibabimara Appoinrted ou

WASH1INGTON,'March doubt
of Speaker Hel~e:rsou's aittitudje toward
the Generail 'WuLX!er problem has been
remnov,(t.
i., : w the ttpeak'r has bea h(24.rt
11i:z a ~r'-mnv en that c 11ii-nt~ee
0:1 N. -.' iir,ean s to Le t'L': i, by tbe
A: N....: ) f)r a gool ~inaar years


~C~ib a c ogjre-s tn:a t:C -veral
Wv-rv.. u.~d pat ;n an i"ar.v .q-pe'ar-
ance a'!In~i 1t dldTn-t v('AflhTI1h~ea 'uz it
Wtiu.'1 a.i.L:( r a s' ic, iaie.Cctixi in all

Tb ).--wbL Lavo 'enin tro '.: h with

u -0c- u i %-- o u' c 1 aie m're o.r

V~aou ; 1.'ai .s ri iic'rp. I ia rre ha s
i1'-.) tt :1 a 1.itao d'uw~trin vi-A.~v of th- ri1-


the 1!;:~r 'i!'iaiteta it I li te' t


It. ie a,-7 Litmneit of Ht-". 0-1 r Ui
d er wu,, o, t ti :n!41'j,-r friaua t 11 I
d!- rict. is an exz- *-.. tr t one.
3Mr. i -aa.e'w(, A is ''ne of thi 3bZ.i-:r o
the ,!;k 'uwb~rs (ifththe h *ieauu i
a mazu %iu i nau isai adt a adistioc; ivrk in
c 'u X r e s S

STREET RAILWAY STRIKE.


St. Lo uat Mu trmn-au nr Threaoein Trouble.
ST IUt, March 0.-A strike on th
t lines of the S:. Louis Transit company
r which reureseate most of the street ca
., compaa:8s of the city, is threatened
andi if the men do not secure their do
Smitnds tiae wa:ktut may o.or tals week
S.re:t r::lw-av men of t.eo city, in
c. urluig ;: :c,: uien, grip:mra and e'h
Sdct:o,), to t-e timberr of ,000. bave
'. '." d a tnro:ng organization and it
.-~ ",. ."v 51 prepare an ulti
u....i .L Iui Tha.nag.'Thilt of tia syn
,i;cat, railways of the city, which, if
n, t crmp -ed wi:h, will result m tn
strike.
Witrin the past month not less than
10Lc O mu tcl: been discharged and new
men ::; orted to take their places.
I.-.-S toe number was Vice President
Miler cf tho upion. 'The men may they
will ,:emand the immediate reinstate-
ment of Miller, a readjustment of the
regulations so that time will be given
them for meals, and other abuses cor-
rected. They w 11 also demand that
cars be placed on the different lines.

MARDI GRAS IS INDECENT.
Mentph:s Preachers Condimnu the Pop-
ular Anniversary Festival.
Miv:im', March ; -The following
was adopted by the Protestant Pastors'
association during the regular session
of that body yesterday.
"Whereas. We, the members of the
Protestant Pastors' association of Mem-
phis, believe that the carnival, com-
monly known as mardi gras, is immoral.
indecent, corrupting and injurious to
the pub.ic good of our city and sur-
rounding country, therefore be it
Resolved. That we hereby express
our disapproval of said carnival and
that we earnestly entreat the people of
Memphis. as citizens and as Christians,
to discourage by every legitimate means
its observance in the future in our city."

',' *-,iv,.c ut~ i' pr,'-pr." If '.v4 i
Sike, H~a i'- r.t;p irifla f:ttifull*vly
f *r -,'. 'iiul:. -aIlt ri'i niii, h i- l-. riup-
tii -~. lty-peip-i.i. it w ill ctI:V ,,ill.

Mlot lachines Knocked Out.
NrW ORLEANS, March b.-Chief Jus.
tic' Nicholls. in the supreme court, has
handed down an opinion declaring the
r:rht of th, city to pass an ordinance
ptoabjiiting tue operation of Flot ma.
cuines in New Orleans. The ordinance
went into effect Jan. 2. since which
tmne no machines have been operated
there, and this was a test case brought
Ly a combination of slot machine pro-
prietors.
Shut While Huutlng.
DECATUr-. Ala.. March 6.-While on
a hunt for wild hogs in the mountains
of this county, II. B. Weidner was acci-
dentaily shot with a Winchestar ball
tired by his companion, J. F. Light,
who had shot at a hog standing under a
rock bluff The ba!l glanced and struck
We:dner on the rignt n;pple, piercing
the iun'g and emrging under the left
shoulder bla'ie. Weidner's condition iF
serious.


J-alouQy C('auqp Shooting.
H ,x.\i, Ark. March r -Last night
near A.icia, Dave Smith, who is on-
justly jealous of his wife. f ,:lowed her
to her father's house where she was
visiting. Seeing John Fowler and LerA
IIHal!. he knocked her down and shot
both men. Neither is dead. but it is
thought HalI is fatally wounded. Smitb
stoon off ail parties trying toarrest nmm,
but he was trapped and is in custody.




NOSTETTE
CELEBRATED


a, I::' i


why


s

e

r
,
'a

5

e



t
-
-

f
{


I


rI*ITTUT E NA VA IjII E1'O)ES


Proper Quarters For Their Ed-

ucationi to Be Provided.







pi:Iv,.. -. .:1 ,t, aai:in









: ,lair r a I .ai f the-


t of .e 1 iigihltInti


ofr l'.iii .1-1::,4, 1 .....i'f\ r.J Ir'vir-, 'arra-

gill t. '1: 4 . I. C I' I4


A.;:. ::


I -


I ...I I ;
.1.. .
a iI.t *.t~

4.


It


4 ,n a.'.

- .-. Ia
:71

'''4


4 .~.
4 ,,,. F
.7 fl. a
4 . -
.4 14 ... .117:7.
4 I> : ,

* .4'...' 441
'4 ~ 4 1.1


'~. .Iia thee- 4 4'4.I.
4 1 .. .,.


a 1 :1:1.


tt t N,'t
a.~h'.. -S*. e a ran








c :tit I.,c-srzaher s:tuly 411 b


thu~.,fut he u 1' a 1e !eeteel also in5
tiie'lcsi N01tui' .att e Iii 1w,. Ile- S 1rnrn t oee be
return ed 14) flit- '. 11.1"it. fi- i lrc lde twa
candoendav onvenion.ut'. the last
Wtol.1ha I ~ -jVeiti in Pa fiiv 1a tdid hbe
UI nr l th e' IS debi -i emta 4 i;l hat liit- wa4
not'u i toly i~entie'tj VirmIi an fthda'.
kei tol, but.Ile p..am all :he1 titalsoandm
*xme1'*,r i'1y -v f ionn feomityear by-'

Piti he' tie:vwe r .for .':n., apesdnta

NNiui'teer tit avd Incu ilany 1geto Wilk
Is,:2v. we, (tflaml uilgI amwrdi:..(.t.h in*4
0,114h~ f'lil-tI i. llara:,- mlcur-
~ a aiC !I~tte' ''fall4 ,i! ii~i itand!
~r~uth -J)* (.f Iv U.n.i- v #,tir ly

-:1 wel t'iat. V, 1'. r. i~ I i


A~ftiiltt., vGa. a .-DIpt I-&CoL.
ae ro l I.LBrsrm a'op~it a by
-epuy .MaSha. M. lennand oem.
Ma d-trehwturned FariviasucceNsfultwod-
neard a'nuc iiety. P. F.l.'y-.-iniabe1rsLhnm
nah Bn!.. -hIre Vrt!the)xdestrucio

A'i;P%.-ar. Gcoa., MrcOth (, i;.ut gallon
uiet'r, E. Be~rgsuitrom. wVts andanie10-


I' N. : -- - - - 1t. Corn. 44* U
'111211t7 1". b'-a'ie-o c:%pturing fire
t7."i ai tI -.4iniZ a bu4.gy removing


:.itirt.,t-1 V 1SlealL0..
tl 61a .aa '. *Wo ) mcii ag
'. .'. I 1 Cr ', aVi.age Iieasr lere,% nave been
,.1 ~ ,- '~'V. b:ttets by imaildogg. Austr'n (.,Alnes.
I. .I I it:'.' 17 a* Infaro. while swandiniz in the street v-'
:a~~ i I ;..r : .. .rit bitten, the cdog nearly tearing off a
1.. '. i.. E.Tt. thumb. Ile furionsi -v attacked the dog
:1 e~~..X .7' 1. S A\ and cut his throatIlie camne. here for
1 1 I ,.:: :, -!~t f t:j.*zme'dical aid. Iherbert Jackson, a negro.
I ~ ,, %as bitten by a ulogw which was pursued
iii 11~$v...1, 4I :1~ 7: tyv any persons and which an instant

I % fr. ul'% eaurb %rup at I .i~fC, 14wJ5





J, I A !:- I .' l.1 Va
r... i'. ."1u. .ui lI-r'i--.':,Mar-"h s;-A strike of
tj 1' :'Lt fabaIut ; e'cr~cranti naen at the A);..
"411 V a2 *z' he'ny .%aarxs of thei Pro''.a eI &
a..:! .*. :* '' I c'm'uaa~' as ~uleiin ed r4eoi sar
cot isi at -l tdini@ eunlof
!u~ i'-..a'; !a7 atIti )er.ilivives in the ta-r departzaenacso
1: rI~.-c 1:1 7' ~. (ontiniui.wuerk. O ver 1 .1M) ame said kto
L ii 1m.: 1*1:: vt I' V: : fat I* hay'UV ived now, LUtt f'ves wilucqit
.'; ~ ~ i 4..1 .a ~ '-:J Work t'i.!ay bave 00in otu3talaint to mAke
!,:o t~:-,71,r a3 to tnt- Wagf'4 Tlie ratie moon ar
''.l c su.: .11 141! 1: 7 p.r 'z rtrtkan~lg br an alvoinoe of .z5 cents

1. ii. ~a.t'. I. a ,ii *'~a f11 04, A rtist Gubson l losVrrcida..

Il it N' tan Orptin-. JA( %-11\V1t1I.E. FIa, March 6-
L: ,,- Claar.e-i Dana (lmljale', the coelebrated
tI.- lr'mti t ~.i. .-' 'a ~~an. ,rmit, passed thr(.t',b tne city acceuj.
I~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~1 IV 2...I -. i'.:'.'1.aA12*niood by Mrs. Gabion, her falber.
af 44'~Ie a i'l:aaotflpr. Cist4'CI and otba-rs. The pary
ie1aparirr car, and went over the
.1.1 V'.ta '471 j :a, -I', i17 Vt.-!r i-n,ying a rest tfley will proceed
(, H Lm,%[A via the Elst Coasst 6teazzt

:.u aL .. L~~ : ~1 ~'''1-or (J.er IF afTy Iearn.


It '' Iw !IrI.If
.Tr 'a





VT!" EX' t.'.'.'.~1. a 1~ R AM Cigars have
I '.:'~ *~'7u :~1 ..:i;; cqual. For sale at



l..~a~ha~1,n-w 741'''-,s:,rv 1'.1% I-''4' a4', T,-ur Credit is Good



%torles of Tiliman. .~*i 1 1'c-a
I I:'a 'wr 'IIr~an na-araN,.w u.11:'ca4
Y~ork '41th the(i t. jzhhttf'.o uu rari artfB ..;l4r.~e''Ht
f a I rsAt uiae of thu' I~a'1hnrj 114)10 ha'li
sat doawn t,.) brcakfaPt. 3and larithe fitvie Y4.iIr Pdjlt ifl
('butts 4 we-ro brought in tihe' FtE'natcor


F-
*1 '~
~ I


14
4 B
"'a
4
#1


a A INA I


RHODES IS LOYAL


IIA-CI


Makes the food more delicious and wholesome
OOVOt PAIPGO POWDERq CO.. NEW YOK.


J
~,.1
I
a


15
C
''4
~'


A




I


-~1


I
1.4


A-.
.4



- I

-'45


4d


__ __


_ _


_ __


3
t
t

?


g,


s
g


!


9
I
k
!

t


r
)
I











2 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7, 1900.
I -


EMIP[AVMI..NT OFFICE.
Ring up 'L-2 o'r call at the office.
11 North hillafoz stro-(-t. wh,-n in:
need of a c~.: .It. 1). Hod!fxm'n.
undJ'oiT.'--' FI .:- n. wa all furzaa-h VoU
vrith te tI-' .-irt ,I-,ilpou -h*Iort I')-
tice. 1 25'.f


GAS


RANGES


.~L" W~1~
"4 '4-'.


All Connected

Ready for Use

for, ..


(9)


.4-4 -4-
444 ~
(*0


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.


IvI*: Sit 7 mi. *M5ol.


P~h'SACULA GAS GjO,
M~~U.l
PINS-It US


No. 3 S. Palafox Street.


~1anvsIhuxlies'


Boiler Uorks


Steamboat and Sawmill

Work a Specialty.


:team ,t il, r-. T .k-.- ul S;'i, ,1 Tr,,
W ork M :;,ii,'.,,t::r, and lu '-

A . i

S09 to 1 Stiti,


I ,' I., -,
PEN -iA('oI.LA


All th)' faithful wii-) avLae ctm.-
pl4-t' d i i t14'r :w4-i70V-14( '- -lid


Who fh:v-- 11t 4* 4.4' : *7 4lt,r 4*-: :t


-"L-. -'. A~:lln 5- i; '.t
f4 1o- .1 -: 'ot .>. i




pi r: "f an -r :1! ar'.' n:--. 1 .i .
At tI.- C4la!'l 7: 4


Sh and v w .~oi. t I-. 'an. 414-- io: o



take t:)# coua. II o 5 nhe kat'. :4 0IV
U-o' illfinutrdI,-.,l4wodt

Ab-e n t.- tw-ery das,.1w1 k -. I.'
is oni i nall o all t5- 1t'0IA1.1dn"d o
awl rioav **xf 10 froItnI li"' '1.
urdt ay11I f 0t i '.~ ae 4k' and((Lad.My

-,atio 'I:.
Thu' 101 iU 1 1o", t10d 1:4154.' 01 2 ti-: 4-:, 4

lie p: -i.:1& t410. fill xi'.:lday
f oma 11 14oftl4 f s 0 t rcll 11' (' 1i 0 ,,Io ful
zal'o l .t f'.1 ( i ug art"oll : z1 h t04 11I.:.-
Wi''-k .1 thy tl* t1:4 d'.1.1i1 III42 W40 t..,'.. 0
tI-, lit 144'02a 7hoI- t 'Ia 4 ~ 't I
v!. i dr :l @-tV v ar- '1 :4
14'o 4111.4 lov t~i :" l aw '~ I t 4 44


Ca124- dt -' NO. a c Il# :'


wid-Ir A i the.Fir1 ': rum i1.''
till I' 14'O.0.1 2' I I4.17441 v 4



t i: d'.k 'ji i


f 1
4. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ : 1W ft4 41k#1 k ii 1; 444 4

yo tit I S daI ,1(O 2'liO 1 f !






i yvr t& x pz F'. I, ~ *'~



_174[4:q 1 1
I il1lif n Iit v 1
., a ti t ll a l .-h t !"7 4 4 If .


'44 4


.4,: .


; .


.A 1'. :

.\ I" 1
4 .4 ,


4 4


THE HNINE. ACAOTMYQffMUSIC.,

MISS (VELENE "'I-EINE. Pr n41,i-a.

Ill. :n 1:..


Best Pn I-tent Flour.
Our .; .! 1 Ro'(t!
Paten! is.11,'C."" ",'';.*-!ip that

mill.


tile /ia/,ct/t
m a /1,(f(CIr hy I~ic()


c, /( 'o

Phone, 105.'. P'pieo

CHICI'4ST'CR -cs u
I.NVROjYAL- PILLS

.It. V a. 0
!0-aoqlovmcun-;a~


.4. 4 4


", . T
74 4., .


.:4.


4 ~ :


4 .
444 4"


4,4 *44-4


4 4 4 4
4.44:4 4.
4 4~. . 4
14~. 4. '
.4 .4

444 4 4 4.,.
7 ~1,
4444
1.1
4 4
4 4 444~4.4
1.4;


7.~ l4
.4 .4.1-
44
4 ,44
''.4,44 , 4


4 4




,,4. ..... 4i 4 [:4:*.,


t;~::'4y


1:'A


Fri PIE s 4



CA p in I, .i !. t tak

temn. It : ii l44v ..7 lc*.:to
irg s'r* :L. 1 thi .:' e i0),ctv.v hIt.
1-6 strerl,-it~ns tilt-, %Vh,,'~'-, --~m and~
1):v~e!7t, a:1 Of t01 ..C .!Ar~of
prcgf.nia:CY.




Get Mother's .rirz! all.the
Druq Store, $1 per bottle.

Th~e Bradfield FRec-uriator Co..
ATLANTA, GA.
Write f, r :r f i*- 'wok,


A p -1 C R.:s XV S.


I I



.; a: I.t

d* 1 11'f 11.. 4 4 v n i 4o (

t I ort jit 1 )1 1.:if!"4

FL.\4k \.AND I'444t2.1,'%ND .

t i if 1t 4! t1......


F I, 1 Iot1 o' I' .h~ '.: I7I ( f-U1! 11 1- 1
'iiI ho,1,4!0 1 d ;, ,'I Il: '-'1 i xi 41 r


v II i o b \IT L 'I. '~
A lf'otI 1.. 4 tI' -44 ~ ~ '1V


f.: .:vt44 4is I 7,


Ft n I it

7 *, ,~ 2 P4 ~ i '''i I'o 1 4 a 1
4~~~~~~w -. v'IN. #- 'I' ~ .. ~ '' 4 I 1
.4~~~~~~~ ~~ .aU e.p .: '. 'll


2pIv.
P. M. i7 *P. M~.

P'o ,roteolr. to4 1()-L 11 1r4 .. i-n t~
P'n4.74204:rF 14' Naky,': Sri 4 4~
'.~ ~ AF1 FC%'I1 ~ alit. SCAIA.Y.'.. ~4':.7


o ro d V:A


**6W-t*" Elf.n" t DIl'.t -fi-d.
Onr.AxDO, F.a March G -A lpetit:on
is beinm circulated fcr si'natur- .-k :-
for another we: and drty iecrlou AL :
tWO years ag, t;io te1',,,.ra1 .e -.p. *1 ,
c:rcu:r- t -d su.hi a yetltiot antd :.
th- re .'.it3le number 0: -UatL
l :.-. I 1IP e. c:i.- cA.tl P i. I:i t!. .,
the tenmp race .-Orpe wou rL.,
and sin'e U.". 1. 0,'-', U) ;; .' c ', yv
has ihad nli .s) io'':i.'. l'ni ;I it : :e
wet e~1e;nt t 4 is !i 'ving : l t ::.t: -
tvr. and i-Vy De v. that snl-n.(. na
s., far charetd i .:rm.e !m :a3-t ie ':l n
that the eect. n n'' ska ds f .: .. .,
crd, red, nd the c. unry w;.. ;_-j wet
n' xt t. le.
<.oonrail 1':i' il-r II >mn".
A.'S l Ft 'Nci-C.'. March i6 The
United tai:es transport Warr'n has ar-
rivei frmin Manila via Hong Kong.
General Wheeler and his daughter are
aboard the lr.;nsport. The Warreu
made aft sto of ten days at Gaam to per-
mil Generil Wheeler to make an inves
tigation of the government estabaithed
there by Lieutenant Leary.
F!iirli!,t M'e- lt l S. ci.ty.
Oi:: A\ i>', F.A, Mrch ; -The state
medical as:c.ety wfil hold its next au-
nual meet:nm in Orlando on Alri1. 1.
The doctors hevo a strong organization
In Florida. and thev are apt to turn out
in tAfrce, HCcomIaniFiid by their wive-.
at tieir annuai. mee'n!;. Orlando wil
give taem a co.rdial welcome and treat
rhe m handro:n;%.r.
I' lut-ator Shoots s IIini lf.
BANGOR, Me., March 6 -Profecsor F.
L Harvey of the University of Maine,
shot ann killed himself today at his
home in Oronc. lie had been suffering
from mental troubles resulting from
overwork.






Do You WVant

To Be Pretty?



AfTTE(TIO LADIESi

Are you sunburned,
reddened by heat. florid
-is your ccmzlexiciu
bad?

We've got the right
thing for you:


Gream De Beaute.

Highly recommended
for a skin beautifier. It
will remove freckles


and make the


clear and


.mootiI~


PACKER BRbik- ,.

For Sa1~3lo VLv b







Indiguestion!


/.j ,if44'47(t4 remncdy op ( t,'f






to4/ 7/"~n/If hI'd// /'ess.Ii. ( o2.S'








81e. J'a I MI'n M '.i;'4col ('1-
OP 111;hY Cl a I0: b'.-



Forwi~ (II o/ 't


4444 1 47'. 4 4 w 4* I 44I


Place For Pensaccla
buyers to Buy


Choice Famil.y


1- I'AiL INH P -

-% -44 44,- -zAT


:4~'I':E~Y -,'WT N-TY-TWxO f F Tilt

~iJA!' SSA N 1) !ST4 WF \ 1' I 0L t N;
-UR4N(57 ~. A N S1.i~F.......


The Well-Known,

Up-to-Date Store


$ENTZ & cF-.,
ENT & .,O


E. Government Street.


4 4 4 1 4 .
*. *.f.''... 7'. 1' ~ 4 4.
4. 4.4
.-'. .4 4 714 44


Grist and Corn Pvleal It~iils,

P. F. GONZiUrirZ & CO., Prp.-s,
CHOICEMEALAND PUlt!:
S-IU(J gK l
f f -.


0'tr


for infants n d C hiiHr1:
C~jitc'rL'a i!. 1, .l;Il' *a.tt:''.0! f .? O il.j '
g4tivic. D tI i :r E' ','isap.i:. ; r* a *' 1
t c u re -4 ii t t 44'.A *;' f n ,~ :a el 111 i v '' ,1 e*-1




The Kind' You .LLL(LR,-TI Always Bogii:,
,4 Bc'r3 the Signature of ___


In Use For Over 30 Years.
-" > r.0r L' S T COUO T. Y. M'JU STYtSCE[ *3W TO C'TV
-=


,~1 ~*'-'


WY? ~
I.


-,1;-ARCHITECT-i

Gnr r.at c

Ge.., a l o-"nct~


S, ,t : I 1 -
*4 4. 4 ;.


A cItllurrt-ibing Dcpartnl-il
M~nagzmentof TI. B. io'y


t1. \ V


:lr'4I44.4'4.4.
( :. 1*4~ "'4 4 -'.
'-4


No. 1,9 3. Th'oI : fo t.


4 444 .4 .4 4.
.44


: Telephone No. 3,4.


- -. --


FY I


. .


0.4


1'.7 0 *


*'. ; \ !
- 4 4 .


-~
..







(4 4.0 .5:.' 0:41! .1.
1t
I 5-kill'...


- 1 .


* ..0;,;' ;IiS :


I .~44 -
i4i '~i'f
'I


'tot

(4* 4
-4 it4h1.'4'i, 1.r


'44 .44 ~ 4~44*~U~'4 't4.44.44.4.444.
-. 4........~'.' .1w.u .
4 4 -' 4 4.
4 ..
*44 1, 141w
4 44.. 4' 0'

4 a ~ ~4 ~
44 4 .4 4.4 .'.~.44 -~ .45,4 *


. j


0.


'0 .
*~ j4*7


I.. A.1 *444?

44 4 4 4.
4 4 4 44~44
4 4 .1.1. 444 .44
4 a
4I AL I '1 .7. 4r4,4 4


44 0


-.4 4 T T 4I


* . . . .


.4 ~. .L~. .1.~JL .1 LI


60)3 ANW'iIJ5 'S.1PALIAf OX STREEA.T.

;tHEv E u:fO P-1 '* 'r" N .J( ,! N A. P(E'lAjNo'..; 6;()N
*L VA N-IZI ,I t.!R i K AE L'.-'L & ?4 0 N.' 1





pi I


-:r -T


II ~'~C" I I I


I 1 : !" .-. 1


s>^~iT


^


,i ,. .


P


!R.
'T a uv C- 27.












THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7, 1900. 3


PLAGUE \tt HAWAII ABATING.
-i.vor .1 "r' .: .'n:Iou" I1C -


S ..I .. .1 I . - U' I
\V ;; ,,, L . ." ," :. t; ," - ^










It~r
a .. :. ** "' *I ,t:




a .A ...:.
: "* .. . C.- .
.*.. '.- I ." '* -"
*. ,* .I. *: ". '. .. ". t.

;~ ~ -* 'J ' 'i. *t: .
.: .. ..-: . ...... .


\ ;: ; ; ". l ; "* '.. : i ; : .a:'"'
. :. t :. .'.:. . a *
*; .:."'J L> ",- : ', --!, t Ih '." e :;

-I i ; 1 ':

p :.a',- .n

A. ..' -. ..... .i..'.. '.t % :., -'.. -'..V
- .A *.i..il.. v .;' ."' "


; .' .:..'.
. r . .. i -- "A. . .. '*.

;i: .t ;r' i.


Strong



Bones


In speaking about Scott's
Emulsion for children, you
should not forget that it con-
tains lime and soda, just
what the child must have to
form strong bones and good
teeth. It's this forming time
you want to look after.
Growing bodies must have an
easily digested fat Just think how
much of it there is in rr.ilk, as cream.

ScOff's [MRISionI
is even rnmo c.sily digested than
crarn. it's surprising how chi.
dren thrive wvhcn given it.
Don't keep the children living on
the edge of sickness all the time.
Make them strGng and rugged,
plump and ha.-ty. Scott's Emul.
sion of Ccd-iv 'r Oi! and the Hypo-
phosphites of L: .' nd Soda w.il -o
this for them.


POLITICOS ON CUBAN ISLAND.
Npairsirdt tr.A)ay Eret 31,eyor lie He&-
votesa l l't 4 iuf-eue'-gas.
Ii~VNAm'.ir- i;.-Governor Gen-
eral', Wc..d !&%as tnatas so)n ai the com-
plelte cein..n3 r.'tur~i-4 are received the
lee i ie~in '. f thie selection comn-
mir~etiwi.l te Aeruiua!rapproved and
pubii-:i..d, thnas enai-litig pro~pariitiofls
tI- L- uiaa" ma'rthwlnt'ti rutignout the
J-.an,;imi t' -ectlcns 2Mtly 1.
1ha re is. very aiue Odeub* that tile
Spmu~ar~ii w:io are as yet ulire:ivatere'i.
it1 UPe C? ('11, e to vote, call ledc.. tho
iiia-.or in Htavana and Cientuegos as
wedalis omler citie,4* Iisib.y, it they
unite uT~ol a t'anli~iate. 'Vu1:5 fact is
rccogn~zedbe~rs. and ai a cuuseqazeuce
can naitates *joi'tn" nmaoralty are 1begin.
ning to a) ter 0to me Vmais.Livo-,e.
1:' 11 :eueraiiv believed that Sinor
L3C' f;"s &a# atlou mu remaviug the pmai-
1Iti vi-m agw.t displaying tme Svalli-:i
V.A: wt-tsi th'at he would be a cand.-
I neCU'I!Ii. Iiaied IL,-reasizlg pro-
I-pan~ish tv'rienoies aund hii.Is following

U: ie.- -;ia: ida~em Lre -eL'1(;r Meisonmer,
th~e u atir r -'Aier, t~romntiiael member of
the Natioz~ia, par ty, an iutJhn (.0l'orto
(joinw/', a ilegro turmutr of cunsi'serable
popuiarinty and an eotviirial writer on
Lae sadtf of 'rue D.-cuelnri. S-ome, of
the friends of :Senor S mu MAiguel. eiiltor
of Tlie Lucha, ur.' ur;;iu.g nmu to comue
foiwv.x-d, tut ho has no ambibtion for
CIVIC LoiulorS.
DAILY Iff MARKET REPORTS.


COTTO!
NEW Yo:t:N r


E R 7- 1f hN S.


*....*~''' .
II '.~


.9 ~ .a a
I.'
1'. '~''I

Ia 'a.'IU.-.-:
I' !-? :.''
2 *. It'. *-4':ra'.
It at-'-'
I''.''
:. ~a'
I.. V .
lI
I'. '


II '' ~ I~
.' ,, .,*'
I ,

. . 'a'

c'



lI.aia. = I Faa-.


a I, Iii I


,


a.;
I.


is-.
r.'.


['a..'


* . '' a'

'~d.


.a


* 5, ,
-* ." I t .. p


* --' '1**-


T'I.. I'i, a, It .


A1'
7" '


In.
CL(


I ........ ..a. .


g'irI,)

(GA~iN AND PzIOVIt4IONS.


"Iti A 1 -.'4 art ii
Ai fU.L.T-.M153
'a% If-AI.' A -".'lta''u er


k_.tot,. ''tpta-riipar
~)A i"'I r'

vou? F- .t

*~ ~ A a'k-L.D a


Lii a..


(


" !


N O.l't


lii m zal*:..a


4 f.' IIa' tla-? U. I a


a' act 11 I aaz d I! 't Iv a' III t,
ailiii I) I tj .. m- t of 11'. a
:: I. II I, '7-. pa r t fa -a fi ttlo.l d
diiN... ht' .-t'si ala Mli".IN


If 2! ttataiiK!.'-11111-i a r,. tha' to,-.


CASTOR IA
Fwr Infeautanad Children.
The Kind Tn Hb" Always NOut


a.uwof 6 V e:-


Furniture on Credit

-T-w ~~ ila IIIr a-f .ar'.'= ~


Ia t te -e I' ,1 1,
-*'%"l~lr', -:or 3t' 4 (.1 11 :1.fir ta

1 4#p oi h:iaz a I:irz.! :==r:
*af !So4lid.1 t'trlm~g i~livor i tIl
J iliv.-. Foark-;. ana id aa
or wfe oe ot //o(
tiri/le401 s
Is50/i ('parlor' su ieis
la rxton -A' i/Whl


I oan l Ih' ..inllarN lq ailre.


- Ia ft. -' '%aita'
- II Atill.
i~' alt *
* l.a.. I.,
I ':1 -a
N : .
.:. a-on -4 'r.~'
. a,


a'.

Flas 1.'.-
1':.''. ''a-

I '. ~' -
''a, .


4 \ Ti:aa 'S-a''\
P,; :*;r~i .xs; 5:: .


A v 4


i&vII i to' so toI %I D'U. is.


?' 44

4',0
"a 46
1.4 3 1



up-


tiPE'~ CLOSE

*.... 647



141'


NAVAL STORES.
\ViLll\.la' 'Laraii t.-Spiritaa tup'n-
pa-l! li- .tei.y t I . rea-eipot--a 2
a-k'. 1{a'dinullah tt 1.4t".ti1.4 *; receipts
a rulat- ttI Irpenitluae fthtbirii iaI'uiig.
rea'ei;at-'.1 1. 'I'a rjulaiet atilt..344. reveiptuat 0.4a.
bAVANNAH. NMarcha h.-Spirits turpes.
twe InrinA t !'a',. receipts. 31; sales I$.)
exapfirl-. "a. o-in tirtin anad tircn. Imaiad;
receipts t.bale nalae. 4exports, 4,3'4;


*.' t.*' ,l' ;vv I0, 1 f;

a2.7
I. I -tIt Ihtoa'




\1:~''l C.2 A


4j !n


* a i

* ;:,. ,,. *


tbqAjvardanl' ahaaIm.
*a'. a! .' %I T


!ta I a at ro thi u i



V --on-.. (ifaiu% *Laartlv A ill I-i' n tIliv'aaip''
And *t Iii"'.' will faar tOwta-ol.da)iwasii
W11,i j I t t'a I I'fltt-q andI at-t.
If ..-~1- il W5:1a-4 -VIt I, 11 !V Ni.'!.'
Apa-tl.'1114 tla.-'- 'hioe.-' i'tt'.:11.a-'
uox 'f, r :l-..l.. daatao.''I- r~aw', rapaa.Iv t,,
I4 Ltem b tI I .. ia.- I kta. r~a7eli, Lila-
b~'l a;*trt-' dr:iv ladal. wia.ia:? load

la-;ia'- a. -;#rvin'i~zf r-'Il r it
%%:11.1a'Aii I4('iItillueda.d ifta r Ii. I- w-.'a-
tall,?--cial Ci;4rdo.r-. willb-' -i-'vt'd at
v:'. ,I,- 41f t I!#- daiv or n iz! t.
W- N2 1 IraTIal' r-i.'r -;,r,' 'a'.!- fr

IW Star 1,;a u rdrs'.

CALL AND INSPECT






Five Thousand Rolls





Smoke DURH.VA!Ci-


Whno isRader? grs atDA
She's the Man that sells "" "
Sniture so Cheap for


CURE YCURSELFI



,r Y -, i .. & -


lemDerte s.


'a
vi.
- Ala .'j


4 I'.


' 11?Fa I


-. -* U- nr.-..


allowss'. etv.. to go within iotiri
new fu,'n'itu,'e. JYo c-an
/mq1the Wi/Ole 01(1/it Ifront
* Uarston, 4 Finchi.

PROFESSIONAL OARDS.

Dr. fflareeIlu5 Me~reary,

Physidinanad Enri on.
i:.'-hl ~ "s %%'.~.A t (;re~vS



DR. Wx. C. DEWBERRY.
OFFIOE-Hannah Bros.' D'rug Store.
RflBIDE!IOE-400 E. J&APOxion rfe


Wim. H1. Marean, M.D,


Late .mE' Ovala. lVIA..
a'tffr-r. hI% profe'.'. oi'tfl '-a- k- to c* .'
Z .T'I I t 41 j"1!' 7 ,'' !
E:'.p.-ial attential g)1,l v. '. tLh 4*1 1.
of Charonaeic I a I I ''f1.. ~-
%4 MnY e ti f idza' a .

kH....d.nct.-P~out,'No ..


Dr. Winmer S. Hall.

DENTAL SURGEON,
Masonic Temple.Non, "4364.

IWAITED
Wal-ttd to buy all kials oat =,
4n Furniu.rs, Morch~ndisa, &6^.
11drgSt BGT 142.


mAND E1I81R BLI!


T1". lie ;iv,i: y B
HOPi LODGE. No 2-71. K. : I..
.1 1 ;, .. ', tl r: .-: %' .

Monday, April 16, 1900.


-. .- - - T -- .


Skin-To ured Babies


And Wcr:.=c;l

Comniot


Worried Mothers Find

in CUTICURA.


~'.ir MO tor, v o K HiY I!\I'~ ~ ~ E W e took
v i 1I.'* :.113 N%2Q t-.d I.1





1% fol...'



t .1 4 1 !'1




I it e

coy II.I. I c




L "V I ileav my \% ; a' .-L% liIoa d.lt,tlr',?t wowi.m,

to suifferizi'ul- i'Ito writo'.ain.i te:'v Yonof Owii a'tnvia.\% -I i ial.rfu aii.rt'.


Complete External and Internal Treatment for Every Humor.
'.cafr anid Po It"nntht. thi. kuned .1 tile. ti TI, VKA 4 1INTWM%T--c'
to tntiaftly ailay itchlirg. intiw .ati,'n. avid irriatair'r. atit P.-'..rh. ol
O fi c ira heal.zatitle]OrICURA UltKT4i!.ENT ',".Iu-. toa,-1il l, an-c Ow111..t'..
;\ ISI4 MR .3'19T Jsoe ftt-n .uffic,.'nt to cure- the- moot t, rV .rmng. 1 -ini~rmiz.
&I d hultilniiating iskin. si-allp, and 1.1.. '.1 buiort'. A ith I ,e'(haiar, uh-ii
THE SET, S1.5 allIclof fakik. '..PiT!it.L VUO AND CHEM. Coin'.. ou rp.,Lvllkl

Ho wCreBbyUtuv"frt


MUMIwMM--
~PmgPAmg, myDOn. EARI


SLOAN'S LINIMENT I
Removes Curb. Splint and Capped lock.
It will surely kill a Spavin and the te av it
relieves Sore Tendons is marvelous. Re- 3
member this is not a cheap %ash, but a
PAIN RELIEVER,
and a wonder in its penetrating powers.
This Lilniment will not Scar or Blister.
Every Bottle is Warranted.
Price, SOc. aniJ !1.00 a bnttl-. Sol, by all Dru;-"ists
LOAN BOSTON MASS. U. S. A.III
IL 8. SLOAN, BOSTON. MASS., U. S. A.
-- - - - - - - -- - - - - - - -


aw


THE ORIGITA~L---


T.o LouC



A. B. C.



BEER.


Acme Beer.

T I;E .F.ST HEEI .LI) SO IN
PEN SA.CO L A.

D.[)nnliisser Bros.,


AGENTS.


M', .M P nFr Wi nl Y,.ate.

The Jug Trade

Is Our Specialty.----

!': ** i' D. A ry .I.,, :: !-f to


D innheiss-r -Bros,


1 I. i,.x 'L 1.


LODGE` DIRECXTORY

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
Pensacola Lieige. No..:1, K o~f P.
mpes eI4very Monday even-
ing at 7:4)a. at 4'%wtie Halt,
ini Flu tch a raon hall. Wovt
Iiatt'iideiciamtr.eei.
Vi'aitin&: biehr.ren cordially

If. H C~a.L. C.
.K..IL& H.

W. 0. W.
Live Oak Canip -.w4m4ntian 44she
W piti.
Mfo.etR irot and thiid Friday night In
P.4-h uniontb. Viblting iverignio coI'dl
ully invitv.d. W. W. WA A TR~.1
t-'. It. T ifAm 1C-. ('hrk. C.;C.


At


p, CHAS. COTTRELL,
Artistic Photographer,
-1,)M0 :t. FISH IE I;I'l.I)ING.
01 SO THI PAIA' OX STiRET.
l 'ati'factition (iiarantei l in El ry Par-
tic ular.


HEIBEIRG BROiS. CO

K .,IOLfAL GEons,
lr~La1loz Street ,


V. J. VIDA1 Sole Wholesaler. PA
Pensa
O9 HWJiIS. BK1 W1,13S II PO, R1103D AN DOISTIC

Pa'll JOGs acisad E Sirs,, tlfrate, Wistices. B A
BI I l0mTIif Or iERY T011i.
PHON' 154. : : : : 1'. (. BOX 57.
JUG & FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED
S I'r- I> hiive'ry to Any 'altr! off th-, '',ty. I
W All orders l ift at The Oittc". Vidal & Si11tL, w1ii to' carefull'
S 4At r t edn to.


DUNN'S *


HOTEL


CN EUROPEAN PLAN.


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

Special Orders at Any Ho
RATES:-From $1.00 to $I.'.) per Ia:y.
515 and 510 S. South Palafix Street I'ensa<. la. Fl.oriila


TIME TABLE.

LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE BR
IN I'iF :ECT J I\N ', % : '7. ; *'..


* :1''
* I' I'
* Ii i'1
Ia Ill
I,
Ta a
4 I' III


1p tn
light
a. 111 i
.': a I in
. ill
:.* U. n
7 :**",,t in


A r as
S 'I V.
.51'!' -
Sri' a.
.5 r i
S '~is
.5...'.


I'..r:aq ,''i
I' a.
MI.';..
iT -
'atam:.t .0'-
I.'.


'7'-
Al' '.
\I ".
51''..-
~j .'..'
Sr : a"
'-a''..


Lafox Street,
Lcola, Florida.



GAINS


-IN --


Estate.


$1 OOO() w ill hbIv 'ia a.rt .If laid nortil
'. *$ hW v of thecity iand wot ofl lioulding.
$2 flfl000h willbuv yi- h1i.'-r ar'ljoing ciity
$3000 11lll Itip i'. oi, r lI.l

MTals pacrh Day r Nilspr.p-rtIy i, s New ( it'.
l$4000 '"l a-uv" "' e '"'- tw 'n Big
$4000J rlivou aril Iittlio. Havu SThu
pri.>erty hiin- a att-r frovmt ,oi thi-' bsay: also
o> ub l Itg Ha o d ii littlee il ay .lli.
w -$- 5 wil v on- oftr l'..at rata-
$5000on.c-.- wil' W.ut Hill. "I'tUlsd
ion -tretl car lin.; bhtai r nirs a id all mrud-
[nd Night. ..,n convei..-ne...
Al will tbuyiv lot witi i, ft frontna
PUVV Pailnfo<, sitre.t. -*til <>r 1,r1"K-
)S IN SEASON. ory. T'i i can 1o' luillin(ll.aatrly itilliz d for
bliuine.' purpo<- ",.
%ur. $7O000"' i'v lot ith ., ft front
(g ;r'pKr ry aiird .>' ft ft V.it on il-
cat,,i ai. Id'1 ft fram t -n i Wright. Thi
SLODGING: pr.,rty hahe ni- ',,ttm'- -....on i'. ana, t(r.re 1
O -a ^/ *pla't y of ruarn ta< tuilia a doaa*a' no a''i ainre.
.125 and 50c Pliliityroomrto build &dipor-it
25a d$8000 will Fhuy a hailaiorvni ro.'idelneo
Ola 0ao lon Ea- (ira-iy u. tw .In Pals.-
fox and Tarragona -tr'til-.
Swill tF. i an 'v, ar.' farnm with
$9000 goI u- anrl f f.. tuirn, w1l(.
Il-i lzant priop'rtv for Itruck Iifarirnria land
AILROAD. atiry pal '.i...it. '1 tila pih.*, I- lul-t lt(.ld<
0 wO will hbu a It,, a 't:.. h:* Inl
$10000 part ,If'ti- < Iitv l. f-.l
fr'o) it.


N-'. I
. Ii 'ii
-* T I a 1
*- *' ,rn
a .*I
A.I


3 111


BETWEEN PEN'SACOLA AND JACXSONV:LLE.


i :. A '1 I
1 '. *i Il
-;
'i a.
'a :la


iattit
K ; taa
*A fit
'L'1


N'I, I
M" ..i : '

1 ; '...: ,...


I 'It
a *'


a ., ..
* i "1 1
* Ia
a' il
I :1 I II
"- :, 11
'. I ,'


JOHN NICHOLAS'


Restaturana-it,

305 N. TARRAGO NA STREET.
S,,- '1 '- :, F : I'N ,,: : .


(Deals at All Hours.


Open Day ani Night.


J. E. Stillman & Co.,

East Side of Plaza.


H. A. WATERS,


Bhtcher and Green Grocer.
PHONE 12



Shop, PRer rf Johrnson & sor's Store,
IN 1F.NIdN(i\
JOHN McDAVID,

REAL ESTATE AND BROKERACE.
( ri'r PROPF Y. FAIRMINO


AND TIMBER LANDS
FOR S-ALE-.


A".\ Complete S:ock of F. :::-. N :. 'a:. i:,<. Ci('a- an i Tobae.',
Co.-taditly on Hand. Ioans Plaeed at reasonable Rates.
'tW --^.f.A..e r^__^w --& .. f^in 'V:1;|1 TT i <* a i .m ;,nl1 .it .. .... .


i .


'a..


p
41
114'.
* S.


':1

I
,.1


.4


"i


p,~..
.4,11.~'~




-ii







'7;-
S
V'ai..
4



r


MW


~GIA\~VUUUUUU ~ C~IV~)~RCLI~;~Z~(L~(~S


I''i P :41


% -I % ;, ,,.. : : .


Ph-n#4 Not. I it'..


i


.


- I 7


** *


M u .


I


l'l .' 1"" -


\












THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7, 1900. 5


LOCALh EWS NOTES


1. 4' - f4"242(


a '4tr 'til,


. ,


'..-144.4,4 !44. i.d- ...
2 Mi" 14- 4~4 ~4L**4 -
lia%...1 4


44~,4 I.4\.
= ....' ~.1 a j4 t :..* 2.t 4~
~44 jr,'tLt: is'.. 1-i.:'






4' I. .144

4 i'.4-''li- 4.~ a'1
4.' .....'..'' 4 4 1%. 4444

.4.. Ii '144. 444
= 4 "4-
::.. & '. 44.
'4.J

'4 1;> *%....4. I
4.
a'. -.
1.1. ..%*,'.* 44'.
'14...
-44..


M.

4' V


< .
9' 4 1


4 4 .4 4 'ii.''
- 4 4, El 44 4
4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4
44 .


Vi '.I-I .


4 *~i:.' 4.41
-tin-
.41 1; '- 1414... is.', ,44-
-.14. '.4 4 *.*4:.' 1
4 4414' 14. 4.1 ~.t4 *1
4. .411 ~4< 1~ 444 !:1
4 -
i '1-'.': *'r. rv -'p i-
4'444 ''.ai.V

4 alt l'4'l.'~ a-lay' iS l-1- '41
I --.~ I Ii I i- ~~4t II a 4.'
.~244.4. 4441 I"' '4411.4
'iF
4'll.l\iIJtl4~!lI.,l444-44fin.
'4.' in44 4 4 i' l.i. I.. il iii

44 ~44 I":*'~ 4 '.~-4'
41 I 44 4j444 )'4 II. i1 lit
4 4 .4.41 '-4~'il ..t 441.4'''! ~I.Ii
444 44. . ''t.' '44.1. '44.41.

4 4 '1414,'4 J~1'. El 4,<44
44 4~ I .1 141 44''4 I .- 4'

'4. III -' ,:t.t:. 4.',- 1 a-
4:411 '4 l441; 41 94. 4
4. 4 .4
44. .. 4 4 4
44,44.4 '.1 i'''4~' Ii''''

-414 .A. 1
4'j 42',
41.1 4. isIll a 44.4. .414.4I" 'il
"441 I t4 ~. 4 1.1441 Lt'.~
4.4. 4 4 4.4. 4 -.

.4 1.~' l:*'~444 'It ~.

K '- 1 a. 44'


I .~ '~ j~ 4.
444~4444 4*44~~
44). 4~. 4 I~ 4'..


4 4 \. Vi
''II.


4 44 -


The


BEAUTIFUL SMiN

Soft White Hands
Luxuriant Hair
Pouced by





#AIC,
T'.'. .'- ~ iY'eTp ive sk .n j :r: f%;nz: I )-4auti-
t W~4~ .Ap ]'I the w,.-r 1 a. l. .'.1i '''tAnd
-'A.'tes'4tf,,. toilet, I.:2 a: I zr. -- r' Tim~
,, .:-I ir 'pi:r. I : -. I 14 at.4t.,r-
n' '.i~h #t.,(, lv kiij. rt 1. r'-i;U~h hiit''i t
r,' h~rij j-aitta4 arld bllaj-4'.P--s naii-. tr '%. thin
1aif. iir'ha;r, and scilleIa;- aby i1.-Tial-1heq-.
th-. .ii% ,Ii...d pjreverita4.e of the a.eiz.
-. ~~ P'r~r,. 1D aC.C~av,. P-P.'., P.-.


POLTCL AIIIU IC E EBS MAY OCCUPY
For Representative.
I et-rt-iv'an nr un7-, my~lfafa a canciidate RoIIINc
for (-lt t; V,,i; 1 of 'ainhiha c, unty.
F'lorida, in th ll- t re. bul,.ayCt to tDhE lEg T S oC
d-llmocratIc priia i n ------
M ) PEN ) 11 v r v 1 -. i ',v F .


Fotr IRepr#'a.6 Jaative.
I ktort. tily On:;.(J4JIct'niv-,tf .a-tILc:dA~.
1 F t --.tabt t ( tit
.1. t 'm FV Vr F.
For Sirtueriff.
I iefrehy nanouiv)ne rny'elf a, a canJz4ia*#-
sp)4Ctfuliy it-k Ithe support of niv fl'enfl-
di-charg .th.- d !til.% of '-t1A Oflic' -fi-cientiy,
tai: I v ituid iimpartiallY.

For SleI'uff.
I ta.-roivv announct. mi-velf ai a catrlitate
fo4r rlo-i- t..,-('t too th. offitle.-of 'hr-rWY of E--
camtn~tim v.n raty. H1 lurdn. and the .i t h
frag.-.4atia iiinra-rea". t' allmy fri.-nd4..


FoE~r Sbeiriff.
No better Cigar for I j-rlyann~ounle mty"eIf a candidate for
-hi-'riff o~f E1-Achl..ji county at the enlluitig
the money made-DUR -I etc t 10 .. .1.1C. VANI'VIA.T
HAM--at D'Alemberte's For Clerk flf thme Circuit Court.
I h-are-by annl,yuiwt'a my-s-lf as. a caudvilate
.'~f~n4'()xe/ ot a hmefor r"-# iet t ion a rk (iftOl *circuitcor
Xothndsselolla hme f E-4o'anlohin c4-untatV lit lb. -f%uiitelectiou
a ~ 1 (Wf(Ia~a/fl i', ~ ad a-.k ti'e -upport of the 'voters.
'tv hadsm Lft~ I i /4 -,C(ure. A. M. MCNIlI-.7.AN.
J!ars/on 4- Fineicharwe an For (itxc1it ('le: L.
j,;iit eii se .stock I,)rylou to se-Ii tIv-all! A' at.c.~v f),- V I i
lerIvmanlthey1i 11(11 it-f ill sell ( 1443it 44! 4 t.iti t '4.t4'

ir'(I~SU/fa /iel/Facr 4 irctiit ClI k.

C:7A.96r. C 0 I '.ALll ;i L,41''44.- t -i,1'4'-14


AMRVELLOS AVTIRAICTIONS

'0 ; ; 1lA'* ,



PLD iIDA c!UTAqUA!

Saturday, March 10.


FRED. H. OLIPHANT,
'1!* .ri;'nii Ii;i- 4w ;h S ," r.


HI I E I 1.rit.A i-


Juanita Glee Club,



MORNING HOUR.
i I .,' ,. ,- is -*it +. \ !: *. : v i': ", 11
i . :'+;. k 1 :r. ,l *i. .1:.I I I', : ." .-* A I +



AF TERNOON HOUR.
] 1 . ? ; i i H I .t t '.,. '+ :t;. i | i,. ,
I 4 a .1 : iH t I : -.' 4, t 1

w it' ii i t 4 \\ i 1 41 ] li
' EVENING HOUR.
I -1 '4 4 ) 1 1 I .' 4 4 '' 1 44: . 11
'44 ;,l4 1 \1 I 4 ..4 l 4 ,:24 .1 Ha;i



la x xi N :i r M : :,' i 1 1 ( ', ,-
4 . 1 I : ,1 '.1' 4 .. 4 ,



<('4 tl 'it.


A Rare Day o; Blen.ed Pleasure and
Instruction.


BL Y 36 04CE.NTS


Ft )ar T A'x it 41'44r.




P It 44~j,* 'Ta 4'toI I ett'c or
!I I I Iit t 4 .i,4 I 'aitt I, 1r 4 444tt4I

IF'4pr Tti A''411pw4..
I- i~ri'.'t' A- t.-'m I.a ..

4.. ~ I' 1 t I44I al4 I'I:, lit-
,414.11'4,4'14411 t tI I4.I I ..! !. 1) ,1-
v,4 '.dt i-t

4 .i '1 r aitA iii-wsmor.
1 4I4'a -o(4f 4\V III Ian] W.. 1 1:. 1 l- 1
[--I,\44. 411 tO 411 w I444 i i *'' I,- 4 ', 171 4'I t i 'tit '-

i-or (';aunl,% Irea~ami.re
F, !kV'317nt.1:11 44' tIl '-.df 1,,it- i44'141'
13 1 113 I i tI-
v I I41.I aI14itt1hI 1 -!-441 i It It40, -I Ir-'II I1.4I
(4 t 1 1) '. ; I I 'I I Y ........ I'II'' If i i. :L 1 i41 ir .' I I a.-!
-.4111.- I It )1ithI [1441l. t IttII-*- I f I41.1I1' t2ills, I
t I141t. \ I i.tf. -ia\ 4I14I 1 14I 1.- 1 11) 41 Il tirI !44W T11 % 41 i-t
44i.-I. tI of.41t..'!I,- "!x.. '.4. k.. F K %I S..
For .1us ia-e 4)1'the Pe-ace.
-c I( 1)44111-4Iti, 4-M 4' 41 j it-1 1,' f 1 114'. 41a4
I.4 !!4'S '.'4,mII 14 .-I I.'. -"1114! III4 t11.' 41,
41, l l' INI lift:1 ) tg III IT'IM I .'.

F-. ir .Jmotikv-a' aif ihe el'ta e'.
i-4'.'tI% al raiaiati-I tit\ .cainaliahi4y'for I -Ia .'
41 14'l''14P 4 44 1114 (.1 i1 r.tn- '-'it,4--t14,,

Fi-tor %(I~'a t 4s l !- to 1eri it Ietadent.
mnit t ('Pilddl.1)tt. fr ('4.llirit v."1, 1)',.:
I4 I p 1 11,i111 11, I I '1, 44II.,11. "Utj4 1 1 I
44 hltw t)riiiiltil 1, I i' ?.I


oi 44'It o'iua i s pe~br it i v s ie It'a

It- 1''t 41 TI I f 1, 1 I' 1 44 I
14.'' it' il k.1 44 --' mid it-'.




j." .1f'4 4 .1-4014 tit ": I4. I.4
j44t-4..4. ti144 1014 41''- I '441II 441 It ::,II
'Ii'.' 9t 4t a4'.4.'41- '11(.l4 IfN Il ( '-
KI- WI. 4 $'Z.- !1 A:. I Ili- liMP44.. t 1 '1 f't-


it 1'''' fl, 111 tI) t.'tI, I.. -ir I) I '4 f r1 w-4 4.


Forbes Store.


SCHOOL HOUSESI-


4.
. .
'4 .

4
x


-".rh anid nvady.


,-'
S. *
. ** -


THE PEOPLE'S STORE,


IAIR


Say the Delegates at Socialist
Democratic Convention.

THERE WILL BE NO FUSION


larrim in of t al.foriil .l May Hp Vie
Presidential N->nti ,er-N .tionl t ,-
elallst D.-imaocrtis Meet, In dia linalp.
oilsl Todaly.
INDIANAPL.-, March 6.-The first na.
tional conventnou of the social Demo-
cratic party, for the purpose of nomi.
nating candidates for president am vic
president, met today. Aboul b0 dele-
gates were present. Several of the del.
ega:es carried proxi3s.
Twa matters before ithao convention
were tue nominations and ab-orption of
the socialist labor party, which is a
bolting section of the social labor party
of wbich Daniel De Leou or New York
was the dividing power. His .ide was
sustained in court in a controversy OVir
the party embem. The "bolting" sec-
tion named J. B. Harriman of (Jalifor-
n:a for president and Max Hayes of
C.'veland, ., for vice president.
It is proposed that the socialist labor
party, with approxi:mately 15.000 ruem-
bers, amagainate with the social Demo-
crats and accept the nominees of that
party. Th'nere is also same talk cf a
fusion with tie "middle.of-the-road"
Po;pu;s1%. E V. DI)el, V. I. Ierger
and i,:hnr lAIders say. however. tnat the
social LDcnocrats wili enter :ution with
no 1 arty, but wil iabs rb avy.
It is now believ.,i that Eugene V.
D)ebs will iLe naie thbo presidlntial can-
diidae. If lin ttiiou.d Lo nominated,
II irri:ian will i:lkey be the candidate
fur vi,' presiAdent.
A1. Ii~. l, F"ii'i, itu :iti., r of tir
.-Ill *,*, '. I vl i. f-t iWli. F.lln. llt l .tid
1i r ;I llh l ri of Yeairs 1 I 11 I'tii t ill:1-
ti-;i illn Li- ri.:ht -hlntill.r 1a i tl -i .
}11 -:iy'-: "1'M y ri it :i!il :i;t f il, -
\v:i- litir,-ly u~-ol,--. I triil ( '!h': i-
>* : n ii"'P iaii li i lin, :;iil w at- -ir-
pri-,.d to r v,.iv, r, li, f f iltio+-t miiiii .-
al .it, ly "'1 l- ,i i ; ll i I;a- In l.l i (;I
cl.r l-~;;i lit ( l) illli >l li ll i f lilillf. t -V i
-iinet- aittl it I 'v r ff 'ii4." Fr -.l.
Iv H\- a lah lr<,,.. 21 s,,tt P'ala'nx
-tr.,i t.


('oliention 4Cal.r.
ti :1 Jle ''ii:i-t(ir annual, 1.'i-inz ofi(
I ii 14411 Ed Flo~rid t, wil l t- ld' i t.li
(liit.--vi iii. April :irai 4th atril:m i
TliP filit Nvli ill 6f, at :;p. Ill..
'ifIn.Livthe third.
Mi-I-;I., will giv(. the coiii'elt ion :uIl-
(Irv'-,s addingiiu ittere-t to tiia iwca~-
1.A i:4J. G4;,iE N N.,teii

fie Fool)edI the Strgeotanl.
All (14 a"!or.4 told 11'n ick H1am ilton.i
4f We,;t .1 elt-r-.oi 0.,4..after stiftlerin-
wV44ild Idie m thu'' a (v -i) iI*'i~riti4lit
wa-;114114 rno-d; but liw ctirod h im-i
'-eli With'I I' ll.it iT H. vlreii-



NAVAL STORES MAIMEIT.
ltepwbrtc~d Daily for The News 1b)
Me'misrm..A. 31. Mowex A&C().
VW W,. .

AM 1 :,IV V I Vt


Room Mouldings



Be11s K A -Ij ~Aiways &Le


Furniture at all Prices.


* it -1-,1.rtillI *'


A.


Schwartz,


Proprietor.


0) "-C


4-'


NEW ARRIVALS!


OULR first announcement of New Arnivals of Spring

Apparel. A generous assortment, large variety

of colors and stlIes to select from of Ladies' Waists.
Ve carry all kinds: the largest assortment in the

city of well known brands. Among them the famous

- ,'i/f/,'fl /r.'P/,'i/.' famous for fit, style and finish-in

fact the best fitting Waist in the land. This fact no


dealer or customer can deny.


You lmay form some


idea of our ofering
Shirt Waist Window, and the are cheaper than

heretofore by reason ot our Motto: : Cl i'P .\\l

T l I t

New
Arrivals'


LACGS AND EMBROIDERIES !
AriNew
HISU NIMDRUlUMII[S! Arrivals!


I I [ oil' FA- -, 11 1. :1 IoI 111i i-0e 11


". 1 I t:'1 t.*- 1i.u ": t'.1:. z 1 ,:.i.t' six ,t a . -. . t, .. t "
S :.i x y n I n : o : : .xt ..y t



Sweepiffl Sile of vlluslion nllderWPre *
0 11o l,,It C hil;l'- w.w r ,: nn :i, u ,k :,+;*- I ; l:, :i .. lc l ir
Si : ,. ,, l ,*;. ,:' -................. ... ...... ........ .. ........ i pa i r


O ', I t M I--,'-" 'I, 'iii n d:.l ( ,iw n-i :it ( '*-t M .,i k.
One l,,,t LI li ~'- Tri iimn d(I ( h n-m i-.'. worthli ; .1' l ................. ._'i c cli
S)iir In, t I ,, l iv- "I Tl'r i; .; I '- l ii l itr c 'l, ni i ,- w t li 7 fl r . . . ach
1+TOne Lot Odds and Ends? 'j
Ill I.aldi-' Skirts ; tid Go( wn- to (l''-' ().it ;at < -t M .iark 1'ra '.


t -4


DeFUNIAK SPRINGS.


Two 1 >'s I',from Ilensli ih vii L. I & I. It.

Seat of the Florida Chautauqua now in Session
Until March 27th.
*.> Finest Resort in Western Florida.1-7
H :!: ,--t A ;: t ; i ;1 "," r i'll+ \', 'iV t '. r :r' I I... i ..' I'luii! it, .


T~IEBE;T6? CIA ~6 "IiJN ATP.


MAKJ NG 11OOM1


cr COr Fine and Exteisive Line of


Spring Goods,


I -. 4

I '4


Without Teachers would not be much -

worse off than School Children without ,

UMBRELLAS | 'ii

in this country. We've had in mind

not only the large quantity needed, but the


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

The maker was given a hint as to who they were


or; and quality was not spared.---


\EXT WEEK A


We place on sale 50 Silk Skirt Waists,
"::ked front and back, $6.50 value, all colors, this
-ale at $4.98.

< :" < .I ;:.:,-' n ' r l', c>-- l', re. ", I.ac* and I, G r id.t -, for
; I : :-- :': - i al-
.* 1 -:: 1.: i,. ry .:i H ailf Pai'r .

4,t W W H A M P #% @


I-


,!-

t ', I . .I
N o. lPi I lI 1! tI l r .. 1 .t :, .to- I r1-:
H : atS!. ..
N .; 7 '.4-- I' '. .. .. l f REAL ESTATE.
N ''. .:; N.! t t i.71--s 1-. ;. r 4,,.iii-.
S: :lr I.: t)rna' '*
.N ;.- o..'li I ..'- .,.. .r- :***t. i
r'>lii r-'4 t"0.14 l :.4,I I'.:
r44.41ll-. I14 1 .1 ;*i '!' -
S4 '.Tv ral ai ii ll'n d1 I.4.I ::i. (''441 ',' -" 'P
y3441 uif n n'..ill it t II ; t I *' ,,," -

p0os. q. UJatsor> 9 (o..
REAL ESTATE.
Rental and Insurance
AGENTS,


'4 4 4 I:'


44 4' 4 I'. -. a
-I 4
44 4. I .. 44 4


JUST RECEiVED N. '.~ >:~.j 1.:
a ii ~. !i.
=444 4 4~..' ' 4 4
4,4 '4 4 4 -
44 '14 4 I
I:. .
4 '4! -


:4 I .


; *- 1 -o
: .|
4 I + i 4 . ..


")-JCS. C'OLEMAN.
i = -- i I \ *', } 1 \ ,1. \ f ; \

J. M. HILLIARD & CO.,


Carriages, Buggies, Waorons and Drays.

-Repairing Attended to Promptly.---::-


:'o A*AT (;AlII.h):N ST.


PE'fNS-ACOL.A, IFLA4


Roses --Carnations,


I am o.fln,: i'e r ,,iv. .,f o f -n, n -i ,! iI f .;' irk .a- a of
M r:i' iom erv.. 31a i! 4n twte.\ e .'t c < t f fir, - .' a tnov-t ;, t r' .f .,; .
'iL l i k..ji-r1q wat,'. l.
Carnations 75c per dozen. Delivered
American Be:uties S3.50 to $4.90 per dozen.
All O:her Ro-es S1.50 to $1.75 per dozen. to you.


MSRfQ VIfOl IRTTI M'WWin'


I
j4
46
-~1


'.1
41
4 .


- -.4

41

4~44
,441 ~




)


'
1


~,'.1


-'


"I

-i


We


A:,!i-,:t- L.w, i: I


~1` :


Ciihlli~~~~A~


: :


___~ _


I I ; *


'I?


'i,.c- P .,'Ic ".!*






- -- -- ;- -- -.--: ; P .


THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA,WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7, 1900.


Bil 80 8: P*ll
C la'
AND. .-- -


































.ink

-d e
T-rk Suts-,


Et c






F e b. 15
t'i..

















S., .|





*




K BLUE AND BLACK

[) MSerges, -




















|1 Flannel, [

4 Etc. 4













I o


-.44
44 = I.:
4 1'
'4' 4
,5J
1'3 4 4

'p


NEGRO FATALLY STAGEC'-D.
L ~'r~ F~rlitars N 'it ilt fsaito
to- N"I' A~ air.
ar -,,- r) mr.cur

T, .-I i f A: t .re iVfic). r

rrit

4 at






..;r: r. ft War. I'S ?"e(d I e-
~ t t. i h t ii ~ r an
t,;,- 16%, a. 4.%I t3 4ii-Th" new

A %..- I t r .; Tl 'i, Vi'raI11 e wr
A l 'i t. M~ircn "', iDc.a'I
in' 41 4: rtu Ci 'roi :in;
44. ~ ~ ~ i w 4 1 fl 1''.h (>irolina;
u -I -.. in A3I ;ir'i C '4148iua
v .' 14.:.- e1 "l1 U A31 r o4 1ne I
.1 1 a c(ar..llliz; an eiev'r14' iii.:ht
Sur.il) 1 mil in T* 4 IS 4 urulurur
.1.r:*- 1 N.r,. 12.11.. ID ~r'tac.
I r'.v :'i .l:'-s.. kt 1i:;z niiaij in

.-v .1 ''2 N".. -.1:la ro.L. nure

':i I .:~ and ,tat;!Ia
1!:! ::1 fv't.4 II. J 44 '- 11.4
:.~ z:':N r: I 412; ::..


': ,A:.t., Mjarch4 5. A
kl.na e Inew .awimtn~;u l2u dn
w:111a 44'Vifl' ('3113 tV r Lai.O9 134
t44'i 0 4.1 '2. in Mouu:g-nery and wsi.1
t'.. 1'rig 4 2 PD (4. 1to 1bI' 14 lC 4.,:I
Mar ,>, V I.4 .LCO1.12ii'l*-!.a@ or-


.1I ,


.- '


...
.1 1 1,

- . :1. 4~4 4 144.
V *..:
.4:1 '.4 II


KIDNEY DISEASES

are the most fatal of all dis-
eases.

F li EV9O KIDNEY CURE Is I
FOULE guaranteed Remedy

or money refunded. Contains
remedies recognized by emi-
nent physicians as the best for
Kidney and Bladder troubles.
PRICE 50c. and $1.00.
\\ . 11 '-(. ',''' ::. I' T.'


("l4lSand Tnj,

v 'PS3L D BY


'.V


4. '4


0N '
v edr: n, .P


2 'i :.c i.p 'rn


in asaI


-14
.4.
'~ '44.
'A


. 4. .. .. ...


L*.Y Billu IJ Ell. ~ '~**N


LUIC( >1,N'


One 7.#,%54v 4% 4444 -n



*:.1 Al
.. I 44. m 11.. I




L~a 1.
('111 '4 .f, '' fI 4' i'' i1

442. ~ ~ ~ ~ h, are2''-. t:42



off:....


I 1 '.

4 4 4


' 4. I,'


1 1I t1








I ia t




4 14v


ALLDRUGC:Sljl iS V1 -4.: 1 ,: .. ,, 4 94 1P:1:1--I' 44.4. t: ..1!'
,..- ; , . t .i 1 l p 1
b.out.':l a- v' I t.' c.,h
'At . ,L.4.. 4 4 '41'.. .*t *4






I:q t T .41 4)f hiljitv'i il4l jS


'.4. 4.v

-77-,. 1 4.
A.T
4, 7!-4 :
17,.


'rd) W'arm 'Ic.Ilirmelf.
I' 1.11. :i14 4 a '441 :.1'in4a



*~*~.'.12.214 ~! .4. 14141I

41:.* n444 1 .. 4.. 1 w.' !it ar


IIALL


4-.-


I ~ -


'- .Ime-o and J?


PERSONALIT!IES.
7ircsi,' nt L4:.4t 1 Franoft, has










.e f 144:, 11 1 If ~ iiau






Ida I II i -, ,: Iv Iv .a-4''r :i..LS a t



I- I I f :t 4i aiiI lie 144uhINit :1 *.o
iL. A. 4 ~ t I- v. \ in 1 1414.fl r I4 1 I



I7 1 :V : 1 1% iI



I f 4..,x~


.4 1% .l I! -t ,I:4. n1 0.%!.4*IT41' .,

tt 1-11 I lo T l,'p~~l ,41 :11 4441 :I I::I





.It
t~~~~~ I . lit4
** fl i 414 ''11 2 J4'411








f, r l it i c

I "i14IL 11.1 1114 4 ~i, t C4-1-1. 11I f~~i
I t11: ::s h I v :I 1blL11 14

at NIIIII' 414 -:itA 't.:4le :t tI i1 t 1 441 5

-4 r!- 11 z 144 441lit,11I' 4I't I v.4'4 :1Ii I "I

Ioo I liv '.. IN ilat is 4-:111 4-1 41 4. 1f'41i
Grom N. Winwe A I. 4 .441'1 14,1.1
W I 44, Nv l f N N..1
1;-p h s lt i, v ere.II


S. A. "j pi '%

AGENTS3 FOR


Liqcuors.


~W ''1' I r '-.N()( )K ll -, h'I"F'144.'i I" I. IA I4I I) .I .N
-TlhiK4Y'.X I 1): 1, 1 11.K V 1: ,V1.1F 1%




THE JUG TRADE IS OUR MAIN SPECIALTY.
41' Al- t44 44 rV -it *,,B-I l. --D,4I'


P.O. 1444.\ II".


ALLI GOR


--S THE H -


- .4.3


ISA O


") :lOPPOSITE UNION DEPOT.- ::-


W. C. NORMAN, Proprietor.


Telephone No. 40.


- CArT 0- M331 F1ULA~ P n:':4 -


*1:! 'FI


~Ufij'I i;


11 WC'% o I NJAi I CLAS S', I 'E C R Sr .


SOLE OGENIS FOR


.4 -


D.C
1


A 1.I IA .I'T\i UI ;Ii 1 K 4K. i


4E'


UME


<-EVERY DAY':-


- --..% .T ,


&0
(2


K LEIN' S


YMammoth Hetail Grocery,

5C2- 5 S UTU PALAFOX ST-.
'I'Ol 0e13110)ll 0 In,, C .


1: C !:3iS' ~f::~ui 4


. I -.-,; .. -


4. 1 *4'' -':.


IPA



;'hEVY-POU sl



Mj '6


I c I r: ,



7 1 1.f I V . ,





71-1
L A'E 1.7E


le 1. IN ~
JJ el 4~.1-mc

'4. a r


A. M AVERY,


Is3UCUv AWv#w 4P WW.o1A.)
IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF
ico oHotel and Restaurant I-Iard.v.rare,

ALL 0-1DERS SERVED ON SHORT KOTICE iron. Nails, Axes, Bhovels, Saw Mill and Mteamboat Mupples, Cooking
AT ANY TIME AT REASONABLE PRICES. and Hsatir? Store, Paint, Oil, and Window Glass.

:.-." f- ren' by the Dsy, lesk or Nonth. Agate and Tinware and Housefurnishlng Goods.
Gon Pistols and F!ihing Tackle.
314, 3' r2 :r 'arr s. :a Street, Opposite Unaon Oepot.d Khi k
0 -Tcie:hone 68.---0 AGENT for RIrm'ingham Rdlling MIllI Company. R. -v. r Glans
-*E ) WILSON & CO..-.-- Stitched Belting. Northampton Emery Whoel Company. Lattin & Rand
: : For-t' to Stop With the Fat C l-an. Powder Company, Johne-n-'se Kals.::xo, Iron Rlig aLd Buck'.t St:ov,
.and Ranges. Wm. Cpe & Co.'s Raw Hid. Lace Leather, Man-y,r. Ready
R-: '.K PEi-B D4iT. IHOLESALE All RTIAl '- .!Railroad Color..


Pe: 3acola, Florida.


a airnt. 1i':it


Masonic Temple, Pen- icola, Fla.


High-Grade


4*
4.4.

.4.'
544
1,.
I
.4
~4,44.



~*
'.4
~

~, 4$ ~


41
(~4~4
~~4
4'~
4. 4.

'V


I4


'F
*444
4.


.- 4


43I


---


TZ: YNLI?


''


* * .<-


!'I*-NSA('()I,.\. VLA.


IVIA


( f itll **I : !.


_.~i


11


1, F. N %( .. k :, ,


fS,












4 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, MRCH 7, 1900.


THE DAILY NEWS:
matered at tti- Po-t '"- at Pen&iac.lBa.
Fla.,aseeCond-c6ass mau-r

OlyICt: Pitt Hu::di.. *:;: .acit i'aia-
loa street. up-*tLir,.

P -'H I1'HtI, I;Y
THE NEWS PUBLISHING C".

Terms-Invariably in Advance.
OnO YVer by Mail "
4441 Months
Tree Mont r.
(mne Week. ly Iarri-r. paya.,, M.,.:.disy

THE WKKK IY NEWS:
Pnbllt.h.d v, ry I r:dty at >: p..* .!r
Poet>a -Tz.-,-.

TELEPHONE NO. 118.

Adwlesingf Rates Furnsefdon App;,:a', in.





This paper i on file with the
UNNINd ADVERTISING CO.,
EficottfBuilding. SL. Paul. Minn.. where
h1nriber, advertisers and other 1rna
exmtake it and where estimates will be give.
uspmw forF GENERAL ADVERTISING.

PENSACOLA. MACH. 7. 1900.

H o% JA'. kv f '$ ': I f '. ... (
r -f i : : .:.
fr tnlal. p it . ... ..

.;c hi" r >Lq,* t', '. :.",--..+ : t: ; :." :'" ."
hardly rorwomi fr : ' i ..
f J- a)lVf" t i I+','!. ".:; .a '. :. :L- n. .C" -
("lark:t "I'r, .,


doubtle--- I, u! ..: :. :, :;.,:::n it
M r. Lrit .Ar . -;i ::.. ...: -

!olut,-!y -.. .- .-; i :. .


SVH A : w ,J .rr -,.:. ,; ." ;- :I




"'fixed l.: ;::.1 iva nt:,'+,,f .- v-,:,
-*f the- ', ,r:. li t. T i.i t .

W hat -x-' Pr -:,.-:.t t ,*rr-, : 'wui i.
have d,",*-. i:. M c.l' i:!l.-y'- pl .' i-
cit-arvy i .>ld-i.* : 1 Li- d-I't'riy-- t-
:, recent

lhe word-:
Yf l t. I I -a',: !':. a. a- 1
nn t I- I r -; T m : ;
c.ple'"
Tii nei w lIt .: ; i', -: ,,f Ir,'wta:,
the Lai.>ia -r l;a:.: -lr-l; ..ak' :hta
following I c, :.: a.1 ;i *vel -1.-
gf-.-tion:
inirnT u U I : .- a :
a il tht- f -rti .. : .: H I. 1 :t, :... a
i lanced i .'''-' :n. : i w.;' ; .t : :
( nIII. tLt-r. :1.,. :. .- : :. : :
uo nfrc '. :l. .' Li ."-' ;. L : -" :- t
i 'o v ai :.t 'l a .'. . t : .a -* :...' :a : 'a

W hter e ,to oiiaI 'i.'": '* i ; ]' :.y ('ei.\ ,*''

tIl' d:-p t )P.,. : . r . .. I

:a : a.. ls.aT .'i : -' 4: 't > .. w x
t .- a >'lu. a -.1 . a : .


M.[ lldai;. '1 :i: ---' :.!-' :,t 'i: i-
Z i. lh '! .' ,i;.t;., I : .1 i f .r
l .,v rl :i :i; a -a :,'2- 'i ... .. :
.,f ca l.d id ., : ... .. 1 ; ,.::.,t.
should t a ;. a -
aitiot a. ft r 'a ,: a : :.
ea-e. a!d a t

dp.rt ** t. .. i. '' .i;t C-
tair
: ., .- 1 3 ,-ck t :.1 ; i . 1 1:,r
;:.a tny >t: T ;!. -* -* : ". :i ,' i0.t '
:, r b .. .. .. .. : ,t "" I : ; : :
hgiiati,'-i ,n f :;.ail \ ; 1 i :: a 'i lit ':;


: f.d tt, la,'1- tf i; ai '.- ..' k iil a'




I l i " 'I [o+ - "
a i 1a \I I .- ; '' ; i

I l.:l ai l- .1 i ', . *. -




M. pe i v. "1"a
WhL la I l. 1

: f. er -.
,, t; .. .. .. '


i t, ' -.






a lr t Il 11 ., ,.- ''





-T:ia n t .' t. .
" -*h a I. k -a -| 1 . .
l '. h ,a a ; '. a -








a iLa oh aa > :.".. a -' a .2 t o

.Ira Itn ah Ir' I a '. a- '. '* i
Mual" ,,iI"i- '.' I. i i" *'i'i- t'.- .
: llt.; l '1a11 lt "- r : I' ". ;' r t -


k fla Sl *\ lt I i\ .:- .. '. t' .' -:
; lit r ,- l ar" I i tt a' :.' e ', ." x i. '
\\.eta:. tit-n t''ii l .' I a:a- j*' [t aa'' *



a aik .)a Il lar l'. ate r, 't- a. I d t t -,ri i

-trat.! thc-et i y hit de'ed% and not by word-
al!on-. Tli-re is magic it thb tu:niu.-. buti
t-I iv- far greater -lo'iuerne- .u tlhe
r.i t thing down at t.ie r.:!L. tirt-
w,i the otr ;nith to tnac-k it Iaid r t :.-
c...: ru'-- that (rm arn rp-r--..'
Ai o- .' a. t a i 3 '.! .-c .
th- :a:.ta.'-t i'a& o.a Vie ia.-.,pl- ;a .,,r.'i.a.
.2 . ..' .. t..' "* p ij .. '. i.VVa-i -- t...
S:. !
*"1 'i:;y parap;i:ra- t!;i- ,-x..-i';;-i."
d"'crrptJi.---Firid.t '-,,,',v z.,-AI.l- i:n
t:.- L i eri.at,,ri.,l '...,r A.\ M A.N
I '.9 ;' ;i 1;; .t : a ruti I"iZ, -t'..
w;;:lth-r ",.iver-:' n irue.' a- a:, '(r-
at '. r n ,t ; a ex'-- ut t- ti
,,ot afraid ti I 'take car.- t..: :.t
law- be faitlnfu!ly ex'-cli -i' a- t:.t
cou-stitutio, cominand-: a 'li, :#
niagl-ztrate wi.o. whleni atvi-e-d f oif-
ticial dereliction will ro-niptly ex-
ftcvi-I' the power-1 b,+-toV-wed upo;n 1 im
by the people for thie peo;'l'e- wel-
fare. lint 'tie w1! ii a-ks th.e
advice of the political leaders a- to
the political t-lect of performa::ce
or niju-performiance f !his du:y..
(overno of Florida haive b-en
rop-a:,-dlv urr-ed, by cit;z-n'- .ind by
tie pr-'--. to "take- car,-" that thec
reva;lue law-,ofa the state "'be faith!-
fully execute-d."' wi.he th-ey l.ave
la't.'l li r--:e:.'ly and iat .,riu-iv
Viiit l'-d or 4hai'rt., D'i: wi:;,La ,
A. .N l. tiu-t-ad a pr .' .;ti n ,':;f -

,.,r
in^: das i:.,ua -'.: ,, tlif tal.- :;;a: tl.he

f,,I ,:!'!,- -- \ i., w ill d . :.; v-
-,>u>;ht indu';il-u, iy to il..l xcli.-,-
f; ,r t:! lt. it:.i -. tili -r-. .r ;.i .
n,.i.J t;; :L 'i;;' ret, x: :...: .,

Iii'd.
\\ :.**: *r ::.* ' ; :: 'itn -. w ..

S-, w l tL .Ill. a t..' d..A ..l ; i..- .' I
:y ;;.e pf ;l*- i' 1 i ; c' st A .-
a 1, a't i a 1 al:d-at!e .1 i:.
..'d: >l.-- tL. d -;ehdi al. ',- i
l :.1 ; 'r :: ati' .. I t:.-' -


.* t:.n :i-, l v -- :,1 [.Ja i "' :.it ,i

-.** i it.- .i- : a
-.* :.. '-i iJ 1 .i N t i,

t',. ', t:. 1 t.. c'.,:. ; i ,t \ na 1'-



,: e ;ir:,,re n:e taarty lia- at: : ;'
S a ; .-:.- '.ir. t:.. : ..-
:i, :,--,: r' -!.' ii,.; ati, ;.- 4 i- ,:
:!.a: part;':u'i.r indivi i l il.

I it l'li.' I-i 'i-- la, c"!ti-tip:t; ;": al '
-. . ',u: .'i w :: i ;. -pitraZ 2ii,t ;y i a :,
~. t!, ti .. d g' i ,- jua t ;t lK -; ,t ",\, t; -,
li l! i ni '' i ai Ul;l l ;.t \\a' I
dl-' ait:a t.'. ilai~ i"-(ia l 't, r !.tala ,\.a l ,
'1- aa: ,~'':; 'a hi, fira- it 'v'
I;- .. i t i'r '. i... .Y A .-, l,. -
', K .~ I I I I- 1, ,: : i ; a-

I ': ,,'. - ,- \ ..! '! + : : it. -
.,: I; : i. t i .,ii', .- : -' ,. -.
:I ,- .w i '.1 .; .: ,:. -i' > -


S.I * I' '.(, ial;
I r .. L e 1 , 1 I .l IIK \ \, i l f l i: t i l i
I Il 'li al I I'0,rt,
r'.i'.'r.' It ai-a : f a;a.- .' a
1 ; +l : ; .+ ,; l : ". 1 * ': i '1





i 'i.,,-t ; ,'r '- ;, ,;a\va t; -;('' ''\ ;, k .
1> .+ .: a i : I .- ,'.at ' :. .
l : ;a i:' ai '- aX :K ." f. .,'

'.i -, :" ', '' '

! ; ,> V l '.a. I ) .. N . .





( .' .-' I \ a'r i.;- a' \ ,; .-,V- . '.- ,

i.'.; ,. ,; .,i -- a : ,* '... *: - : .
,i! t i t : .:;


!t '' 'tu


Dr. !a3 :' Couq"' r.n v(.a- ( cornr mo ,








S i,>.t .'' ."
I .. '. -

a ,:'" . ' "




: .' .- a
. ". a' I :: .* aa ,.' :: .;



- t Ii I ,t i '.'.'



, :i ,; '.' :-t .: .'rl'
ii.re'l- .a ,, Fi, i' i' ciii .;:.a t a i .

r!''

try.


No Gripe, Pain


L ., -u c,, r :..,,ir. a. t'a :i ; :.-
t;<,.t.t;:ul ci,-a:. i!-.2 vtLt:l \,.. t..+. "


THE COMMERCIAL BODIES.
Chamber of Commerce and Buwine.-s
League Meeting..
An intere-stin llmeeting of the
C!.annb-r of Commerce wa- .eld
l'at ni.-ht. Pre-ident WV. A. Blount
pres-idinz.
A fter the reading( ;:1' .. ail,-':" ;,::; ,af
,ti-rminilutea thef following i* i: -r w..-

M .N ra,i F.Ki'i \:"a... ',i, a : .,
M r. 1: . W a:-aii. *.'- a t
ar *'- r- I !i 'j t : -, ;, '..- ,. i -.
a- to. t1:- li.-salityv o dr-d.l:.:; at :.-o .
ar A'iit wal! lil > i- ..~ 'l a tol11 htv.' !I! ', ,
':ia1i1'-r ui;1 InIl letter uo iLt ..:d :a >.
I do) *.1.
A"- ti. 1n1tt "r -tand, flw T N r:;-.-
r., lta i n.! %t --.rr. K .- vs-r aii;,i ." : h:'.- a'
f-tVor tat dit-o, i wng :i iII.- (iy a -' .i.' 'I .1 .
) u iig M,-n- Buiine.s L-a& .- :. .; ; atvrr ,f
',.arK at l:t I..irbor inia ut n.
I :: y .ur re-la, ilil l bh w m'+ I i, oj! tl !, Plli.pt : ig :nt. : --- ,f t-' .-
sacola i1- v.' d ii thea ppinioi., f ti;-t a'.il -
t"--r rf t'Coimliil-rc-. In (irtla-r Itt!. I iiiy .\%a
1: dul ae'M L lti thl'i.- alll a-ndv i:lit d.
Very i*-p.-c i 11 y.
. 4 '. ].a'. .: n
Captain Corpsof :ngint-r-. ..-.A.
On motion of Capt. S. C. ('..,bb t!e
chamb-r reiterated it- de(-ir- tt:at
the available funds be expended la
widening th! cthalillt-l.
Secretary \Vato.in read t '.' foliaiw-
irng letter:
W ASH IN4! N. I1. '.. I. b' '- : .
M r. Tlio C. W'att ,aii. '-:-ia;ra ;i ra ,a.
Mv l-atr Sar:-Frhe n i ati'- IfI' i ..' i.h..iijt
P. i'-,a' coiui b."i ti.>-n drai:in.; : it.l n .L i n-.l .
;i ti it Hi.i'" fault t( i lftS '' .r 'P liiani-rr ,,-a
i :illi ,'. )'>it la'citia a.> tl aa lni!T :.i'.. vit ri.'rliaiy
i. f-i r-d tl y Ci e whr a 1-p tI;ll ; t -
i'- a r\.-'a --.' ri<'()l- 'l a.-! .i 1,1 ',. .''l :I ''
t I i*i. 'H 't i :-i a \a. .' a.. Va aa' a1
a .l' V l'> ta -r.a:,: r 'r *, ;. .- ,.- -a
r '- fii t w .1 tt ;it f. v 'a mi :.
'-,: .l'a' i. u t a. :;ttr Jl' .H ",,' ,a w- .I

Ili i ti.; l i. i a ri -a* m :i .il' 11 '

' t; : b i ; h' 1 1 Ill u i : .i [ ;l
'* a L l i it (a, .. l'i: t :.* ',';. a
O ti* nt b .. ], -'.


A' .-.I.' : i.. .
A r-*,luti,,n, <>ffer,-,l by t',. i V
l ,---ler. urginli the iaa-:.- .:-
**' a-- ,,f ta:, bill I'r,'vidi;. .. I,, ; :.,
ii--tt, 'r. f-, ';iailil- t of thi .<,:,.iL..a.
aitd.trd, wo- unianiitn,,u-lV ,'t ', ,i.

;'A li -' bill ti, incrlla-t- t!. l' :) :
!f .rtilieryni-ei atid "I '!i,-rwi- ,.-
r'"a-t-0 til,- elicie-lcy *>1 ,,"r c.,.-:
defe iP-e. was u1i;:iiiin u-i ;ad' ,; I.a
A rae-,,utiona r alpprovii .' t!e l,'ti-
.ai'i',l te)y th'e ai'.i;t a! l: a i'. -\
trait-a I1 tid.!- by Se-crtr :;,r ie ,.i
t.- riti-ii i n i-'a-r. tel it It\', t, t ,'
I 'l;.y t,~-l-hulw tr triatv. y v..- '; ...
!,y Capt..:1. .C. C'tobb ;'i:ld -: l--

i chaiilte r alpprl iV l '-i! ; ir
by ci.-:r f t-- f t bt ll ;.'1 v.,, ;.: !tr
a i 'ri: -y ~-t ;n ti ir c .. .; t :-
vi
i't:. cra.tian by c ,i f a i- -
'.lrtinen lt ,f c n, i r,- -l :ita i t i' ii--
!l- wa- a;ppri)v,-d t y t! ,o .ti.,,n i,-r.
A !'-- >tlIti>n w ta- ad-I, t i v;- ,_'
ti.,- Fli, id:a I're-- a ...ci m, ,h t,* !.,*i
ItIi Ii-x* allithl Iii ie'il !. .
!. f,,llw inl : re-,,l! :. .; ,-
iti '- (d l (. 'a1 pt. a '(.' C -: .t- .
;'.h tl-!y ad p',1 :
1 ,, : 1. y ll ., + i t I ., -




T i a' '':;" '. -; : ..l ; il- ** > xl:
SI : i .










t-,I

;2 -. 'r ji. "I H '. . .. 1 "i -


'. a ', n .h ,'.ai-i:- ,a* .. a .
.





.* t', ; i r- ." :!--' a\ .-





.; :,- a','i, a : .


".1 "t,, r -+ .' i r a i .....t i i.. -. a ** 'f '::. -

l :-' ii.: :. l' .-id,:,: \V a v, 1 a'



,'. -. :i t; i- a* lf t : I ... ;' .... : a -
. ;a'a . ..a !, : 1 ,I. .. a .
S .
















+ 1 1 r
r. I B ul a a C u Si it e


.\ a "' I, :" .. . :' : : .
S ; . .






a- 1 -- -

'' S .i 1, i. .:-' Y .'.r : ,
a.. . i'''r a ,*' '
aa _t" 'a t- ,: ;; : r -

.> ,r . .. l i, ,- I .,"- c. i < -;..\ "

. "i n*.a .-' ilP'ii la"r~- 1..f ta '. l .it i
1 :.e leauU- tiH-lt aduJ urn,'d.

Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup is the remedy on
:a'.:l yi'u can i, "',< : 'a..ll ti r a l.a i' t^-ct';t," li, Iar,,U.2 : a ,
i ,\l>) 'rlt. ta I a'a .al. .1: i T !*2. Itl 'iO \ ax,.



t New (.)rl-an- 'VV.>rl'd.- J.ti" ('C .i: -
:,i, Try it. y,,t w ill ea:d'r-., t!..-
t1.;.a,.'-a erdlic:.
SOLD BY
)ANNHISSEIL IIIOS.


TO-1.GHTsr ATERACtIO.N.
Adventure of Lady UL'rMla to be IPr.
rented at the Opera Hou-.e.
Mr. Willi:.m n.aorris. -upported I
Miis i'Franc#- Drake and a ca;,'al>-
coiup.i y. <'f p'layer-. will p.I r :."
the ,:over.t houe to-nigh t. pr,--.-:,tirn
--Tie Adventure of Lady ("r-uit." a
four-act crn i-dy tira.it by t i t. '
tu:t or a .d ,.lvywri, :'. A:.ti ,:iy
,pe. --The Adve-nture. of Lady I r-
-il.J1" l- th '- pi.ay that .a t'iI vi-.- l -A '-
Ct.-- i. I.,'llU,:a ailld ra'1 ;ll a:.;;: e
i-a~,:; .>i .f ,L _ceu tll .-aitr- ;;i
New \ t. k. a I:id i- 'ldIltic d t!i. -'.i-
'4"!1 liv -l,-Catli aliA.tia .l ielit wz:n
iD. iniel Frahinain.
It I- quite ,trorig and deli-hltful in
it- hutii,'r and gives that excellent
actr. Williami Morris-. an opprtu-
nity that is. really refre--hing, and at
n time dues hli lose the identity of
Sir Georze -yvlvester. The -amne
style and fini-h that is characteristic
uin all his impersonatkonsi are mani-
festa-d in this.
The comedy deals with thp -tranRge
vow of Sir (George Sylve-ter nevo-r
to permit a woman to ente-r his
home and never to fight anoth-er
duel; al.-,> of the Calprices of Lad
U'r-ula, t,er wager to better the h,,in;
uf Slvester. htier failure. -ub-equiieit
;ucce-- and the ref r-nlat n .i t Sir
George. Th:e story i-; nicely con-
ceivelL, thie play 1- elaborately ,ta.-ed
and in fact it i up t,) t-) -t.inl.tIrd
of all th, F"rinan rla'y.. Mi-.
Frr'l.c0s l)ak'. i; tt'e rile ; l.:tl
I r-u'l... '. i- 11i. ie' ;a pr
;" I t l I 'i'' It '- i l ;t .i i *'- rI I : iI

r,.:- t r' -:: i- i -i : l ir


T ,i ',- i t,,-. T'.* -,-rfii 0 i :i- .. iA'i. .
; n i t ';; > I; ; l I:. > 1;. a .' :i
T 'h N% i:i' r- l '.k i i a 4"" ll C .O-W i. l '( -

/ity ta :, -'- : I ,. .M ,;l.,'t.l r ,,! t -
A '- lt, I I ;' r "'. ,t t h '.








,* I. A : i ,ffit" .r-i r lla .ii- -t'i. "', 7
'.l-h t ;: t :t -i .'l












: ( 'a :, in ,,'1;i-
V1 .
;'a :; ".y . *. ., : .i ; i ; r... ,:,, \ : -
















w u r a
I W' I t I AI. r11
i. .iii : J, it l. ,l -,i I- .
A si !i~l 'l :i;-t :i i'. z i i ii'" :itVi ;( : -
ii.,L ._i ,-i l *.: t,, -r, Kl" iil'w :'i Ji~t;-

,; ti.- \\ l 'i, r-I;. r:, C ,!ii-
St V t TI : ,.** ( '* t ll* ; t ,. r I t -
: i.t. 1 -- l 'irw ii a; i. t- r i, -- -
t.'l t: m' ll i-'u !,:iv+ flt pr nud ,,f t!.,-:t

*'- ot~ i :i '+:: :"-'t" u- :;- i tr ly
- n*< i. A :.,l if! *vr.r anl audiic- ,,
;:*a iT'in L>J '~ w ort i ;ttinl 1:,,r-.. 1. w .,-
t' !. :; t:;a t -a w t ,-lr p,'rfr n .,:.

l' :.r,, wI i -,, 1i :a.i ,aif t inr' ,, ,- 1
!. !,> w !,, ,- t, -t:aI rt ,,r -t.,it in t l -
i:,z ,,f i Sur,-ly M i-- Kirwin i- :t
i,.ty i- t ,+ -;, ', ,tf lit r r ;., '

\, -J.

,, ; It.. i ; V :t .i i i ... n :, i- ;
fr';i ,l! . .. ;, 1 t +r ;.tl! l l ,ll]!t. '1 ,-

u'.a ,- '.. i-- t,:aa i'.' r, -_1, t, i a .,
*( t i \r: ' V' l, t . -








t . i i. ':







_ ; .!
.\ lil < ,I' .-l : .










< "* i . .


rIII -f .
a a' 1 I . 1







r t. , : ;'

: ." ; i ;: '**- ," l ar-i
S, 'a a , T ; -
.; 7 ; ',a ;, t" r'.


\\'itl l a. I ^ *;'a*r di x. a 'l'- T. ;.i' .li
cur- t: a t fa !ti- tha im ta

Iy t.ri, : i ,, ti :it- v .irtu : .- a
: -eitr al ta"l' and itavi..rarata*r ;idi
hitaa t ;mrli'ir. aire lilt iii.I'air 1M in1

a .f i-i fo. r f. -l t- f 1 t i t' .' -T ai--


t'. -en ..'l- f- r ti.. ai a;a p a irt t .' thav -
:tiva-i thi Tru.-. ali- artii.c that


Investigate the Convertible Term Contracts

--y "TI I. --


Old Penn Mutual Life Ins.


Scl
k4 .
't* i^


DAVID EDREHI t1'2:": "'"'"'" '







e lillinm l3O1i0i A ton.




i WE OWN


V Large Quantites o

0 Bleached and Brown Domes- t

tics, White Goods and Printed i

Fabrics, bought for Cash. We

are in a position to make close i

| prices just now: but owing to ,

i the continued advance on all ,

| kinds of Dry Goods we shall

| be compelled to advance our

j prices shortly. .




| Save Money


SBy Buying your

Domestics Now:'.


[: Lonsdale Bleached Cotton . 9c yard

Masonville Bleached Cotton . 8'..c yard

10-4 Sheeting, best brand . 25c yard

s 11-4 Sheeting, best brand .. . 27c yard f!













Shirt Waists.
"|" |,l ,s T' C :l



** 1 i .

U; () i .






ll i a i :


See Interior Display.

Io.: Shoes. [


i 1, -,O[' .",n N. b

" .. -* t'.. I'. .,
I .T .11 w
*t Shoes. I



*l *e ee e


Le iten


Delicacies.


Wllai Ii T 'I i% p l'te Ilfor (4lir


--- a / '


is Cp c ii'i .





S0L C m3


&)


CO.


Who is Rader ? Don't Pay $40 and S'-


He's is the Furniture
Man.

The best 5 cent Cigar
on the market is the
DURHAM. Try them at
D'Alemberte's

Handsome pictures, bric-
a-brac, etc., in endless ar-


f.r V.r\w M \. ix 1- '\
Sat i i tby t -l b .--t i. *
Sttf- im pr,, -in,-rt- :a, (). '.T
BH rzamti Furnituir,- H, .-
1'., t. 1 ( >. r ,,11-,- .
i> eajo ily v 'a- ata ii;. L a
2:*" li.. -t ,r'k.


We are Sole A!retn t"
Ki v-. & A.iTi ,,;,.'-
I' :. ,t i (' .ae -l I VIt .
i I -* I t i l I -


: :










6 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7, 1900.


MUCH DISTRESS IN

LA GLORIA COLONY

United States Urged to Help
the Destitute.


COLONISTS STILL ARRIVE

The Spcretary of' Ariculture 11a.@ Dr.
cidetl 1 lint the (oioulsmt.&Title* Are
of Ma3oub: iValu' &and Ilany Have
Abanadoned I1 heir tiniiwis.
HAVtANA. aIirCn -.4 -.SiXty rroposed
colonies, b.tund fcr La Gloria., have ar-
rived at Nuvia6(, board tue Yar-
mouth, from Lrrinswick, Ga. Accord-
ing to the .ia~est adivices fro~u L% Gloria.
much d~ttreel!EXCS ~th fere, especially
among tr1Z IUh" ,w.. nave lobt al. and who
must dellerid u)JU the work they can
obtain in tLe U.~tr.t:' to(f Putrw Prin-
cinc.and _N wv.-as
Already r# iauSts have Leen u~aie to
tL-c Unr i i : z vernnienr ta fur-
cio1s trai.-: ortati~in :,r these destitute
xoeid;l-. I! is Fa~ tna: on.v 7'U out of
*tie urigiaia .'' still retnia" at La
(i."rwa.'I'eose r.gares do cut iuclu~e
1I4i, Yarrili: es 4i.-s, Ugeril
Gsner~Al Rivera. iiecrt.:ary of a:ricu~t*
ftre 01 u'Utrt;U. vaA>' ."rd it!A~t mrany
t:ae to-titt-rs, aser 'tgiU t.t
v'"aim. have at.1u."IuJ adrulem a~to-
geteer.
'Inec lonit~trs expo,ri their graztittiie
to quartertiaasr's uaaar~znrent for fur-
nimbang tteeni as niuca wotIL as posbabie.
In ail probability an investicat'4uU into
the management of thle colony will be
mintistnuted.
MEN OF %1A RK.
An n nc-Ul '. P 1 :if ti s
In IN 1.1 ol 1 -. V. ; T* 1 j I Me
nt the :. :I,

right 're T!A.. t; t..-'%; I Li rg.*.-t jpa''k.
&jf~~~ f.aetd.inLi;inzr..
r'I M ~-.I-~ ij.- ii!44 vvar Hod. i s
a se- f rnadv inan ij aIii Iw, -r k 4 A ights
in Loay Ill; ua~ :y at a-:ij'c.lg.
4. 'int-411, M I-'..
j~Itie'tIj4Un:the n. u :-1viq-r -faON,- i'n:;'ri"-
I':IiZ.1Il4'th i.t a lliaa. [e at I
C('rdizag t.th'. $ ?IN# 1 '.1%%, 1 ts'IT-1 like all


"other'a



''Ti I I Ia-! H'








f. f c7!
t'AI
f iii f,-

. .
V4 .

will n L,

'r: Pt'.


I ", '. ., '

a r t d. 1. . : '
..


A CLEAR HEAD;
good di.tcstij:; sound s:,l; : a
fine aplptite and.i a rii,,) cull a ,.
are somnic (oft' r ~irtso(fthv ,"e
of 'utt's lIvcr 1'is. A s. : '.
lose \ill c,.nvinc N' t (,ft..
,wonderful cff':ts and virtue.:

A Known Fact.
An absolut, cure f,'r sick hea.d-
ache, dyspepsia, r-alria, s'iir
s.tomach. dizziness, cor-;stipation
bilious fever, pi. s, torpid liver
and all kindred diseases.


ARRESTED FOR' SWINDLING.
Agent Is Tombs For Crooked Deals
In tbhe ouib. -
Nrw YoRK, March 6.-Joseph C. Met-
calfe. a weii known real estate man in
Brooklyn. is under arrest here. He is
supposed to ikuow the details of the re.
cent swindling operation alleged to
.ave teen worked upon William D.
Ci U-: -.v f Htrriman. Tenn, by Mrs.
LE E lu.:nns of 5parkill, N. Y., who
was i.:iuwn r.r many years as Elien
Pe''k. tinc "'een of Confidence
NV. In-
Mlrs. Kni;:hts is also a prisoner in the
Mr Cronkivy ia the owner of a p'an-
tation of( l.') acres in Warren county,
N.C wht::a is made especially vanu-
aj.e tr a rroductive marcesia spring.
ALut a year ago, according to which
Mr. Cr. n,:ey'ts tory, he wtsne- to dis-
p ,e: tn.e t1ror.erty. and adv'c:tis>d
cons.derib.y.
Mr,. Kuiur.trs visited him at Wa.h-.
in;,:'u aud a: a .:' p.a'itation in ccu:pany
w.v. Mr. M-: ..f. he vor-nu so im-
*re- ~ Ie 111n thi t 1no 4inaied Ler U"A.
"* a.ti burn-a ov,-r the plantation 1n
.-x L..aI:.u tor .:. ,.r:gages on otner prop-
-- iower r. Mrs. Kniiht was
:. ~;n ~ t.: a L .is and i'in'ced to re-
v .n',-y i- ptt,a.i :i:a tuo te imLpover-
:,Ir .-.tvaif % .ai3n t tat in h:3 deal-
..:i, ,A w !.: M7r- Kni..zut L, a.'t- i iereiy
a- an a-''nu; an:u n. iraasac:ions were
;er:,' 'v .e,: : ;..i.t-e i:nd tnat hie was
.T:*-".f re I re 'v iII It 'h .v .


a <;l .1 r I
I : '. ,. .. :. ' ,' . '. ',a-. ,; ,: l:,


i: i. a.'.: '. ". . .... i I : ",;'







( t:..t f i :. 1 t h lc t ii. o nr. 'o
I. .1 \- . 1'1. .' t ; i. l











1. ; .a l :.lilt- a -toutlaws
11 1 .' loI. ing. e gin ers

..a, :, '.9 1, i "': . 0 '4.1: :' ,l Is' ;Iia .
,4 1 *. 1 ;:: l to 1 !: S, ;l li:.
w\.,,, ,r <.l, t st,.i ,.,-f, r it in' irtion.
















a ...a
[,,r:'.i:I:fi of .;l,,,ut T'5'i dlgre'es, hot
*,:', :.i ,h i< li;;\ 'n i l he tin^ -,"t if outlaws\
, ...- l, ,, : L_ t I,, : tan,1? ill. It v ll w iq ell
:.. :.rlr, ,,1 losh,,- 13';ill],'[h.u hle in lke
:i -,..iz;iy <.f ,d: l iln up engineers

"l'l'i t:il,", nit lae .e.,tiin .w'. y ,f this r.'a !l-
r1",ji, .- < ".n .,i',:: .:itz ( >o:m **:,' : T r'l'i i!u lii .

*" .'hi t i- it. ; i :, 1,'"ly nk-
M .'" .:r : ': i 3I: :r'.. : "'ir




t :.' "


Oiir infantry nro :','aazreait laavoc
at Iait, f1* )!- F:i 1111a
life I3feualto.
1,ja. I t 'a a!,: I F IfVilta. !:3iaN0 I t 24 ie

it a :aIN*~ 4.' ..n:. 1a a or the

Iana'i-'a.''
t L 'a













\1 1 'I -I. f


The


Pinkham



Remedies

.'or disorders of tho
faird:inOe organs have
a.s'd th oSr great r noCHtI
and enoyrrious sao h e-
G2:seo of ti'f pearnnoat
7o07 they have done and
aro dcs:g for the Womenr.


Mf! of i afi'i;i e suffghw.
; : Wo: ..: -aiuld ho made
'Ie tisistageS.d how a.'-
SoGIsicly rue o are the
stlamtennts abcuz Lydia 3.
PInkh-arn's Vegetable
rfm..pvund, their seuffer-
fags wculd end,

Mrs. FinSkhnc counsels
women free of charge.
Her address is Lynn,
Mass. The advice she
gives is practical and
honest. You can write
freely to her; sho is a wo-
man.


AN UNFORTUNATE FAMILY.
' Alabnsit .P-opl- Affl ftd With 31,sny
-'.v.- r- I rigli-.
C G;.'%"::", G March 'i-A remnark-
able ca-e o ui,-:.)rtu:ie. '.atinuei and
r--s:~t,-.i. is at ;rjei n t:-. sa i a;nl
.nUas -xper:ence of t-e C r.it: iU::-
. in ..u:x C -v.
A v -:r a-o P. Y. 1-. C-r'--; and faim.
i.v miu(v-,' t.; i'--:i:x Ciay :r.,m .aiem.
At", ': ;!.7.e n 3-h- a.', a .li;,:i nant
for.,' ,f tv:.>.,,I i-ve.r .:ve.,-:"el i tn e
ta:::il. w-e .i :d and tue condi.
:i ,i the ta; h:..:in :'.-m:uue'i so des.
rerat- t:a't 21: (.rap.ps muvt,( his re-i-
den'e': o aaEn:LLr part of the c:ty.
.-range to sa.v, the c'. n-il:;oa of bhis
ch:l.ir:n ;:re'v wcr_. an I others were
seiz-d wira the drea.i ui-.a'ce. One af-
ter tue otnar. tarea of his children died.
"T.': fani;.'.y ab since 'ioved about re-
peateli.y. thinking tna;t the sickness was
du2 to -0,n ip..-?u.ar cointitons o some
part of t;l town. but the disease has
foilow.d thena steadl:y from oue street
to another.
The last death Twas that of a young
man uear y grown, wh-a was buried a
few days naLo Two nore of the chil.
dren are s:c& and may ni.): recover.
Tuere is general !yutpathy for the
affi e'ted family, and tihe goud people of
Pnenix City are raining funds and
assatL;,-, then-m i tther trouble.
T1'.mne"S..' Ml.-'id of lonor.
C:IATTANO ,(iA. March -Miss Marion
raxicn of this citv has teen appointed
rIald of honor Irom lTeunessee to the
confederate reunion at Louisville by
Governor McM lan and general l Joha
B. Gordion. She is a daughter of lion.
.?ohu W. Faxon, vice president of the
First National bank.
I. t-inj k I i 1-,.l 1 ,':* .-.v w,' ,a
>,ti w .r- ir n rt f' r ( a :i ,.-rl],ii '-
Pai:i l:n.'" \ w rit, i W }I. .-':,-
.!" ;i. }H mi! ;i '. P I !:av,- l-., :
. m*., -t!,'t w-. i. rt.t,.t;! ;a ;ti-i!: f,,r- -v,.- l
yv:,r- at:,; t :av tr! d r t* i -l ;- w itth-
,;it i- llnther, .;i;: Pain l| Ii:i i ; t *.
I p} -t iin-iliriti. I l:;,\ -',,t ,.t f."


3Iassy 1W ore,. '.cinated. ( ; AI li(cation r-li,-v.- t: *. lin.
SAVANNAH, March 6.-Health Officer For -atl- by Hannah Br,- .. 21 .. P|al-
Brunner estimates that during th,, past afox -trf,-t.
two months over 20.000 people have I will repair your watches and
been vaccinated in Savannah. He and jewelry in first-class -tyle. J. I.
the city physicians have vaccinated no Stephen.
less than 15,000 in that time and he is
satisfied the left arms of fully 50,000 p- : Medical Soirery. Attention.
tients have been punctured by them There will be a regular mieetuog < f
physicians. The reports from the sur- .the Pensaccla Medical Soci( tv at
rounding country as to the prevalence the Board of Hea th oflcp at I
of smallpox are not very encouraging. a o'clock p. a.Tuesday. March 13 and
and some ca-es have been brought to 27th.-
Savannah Every case that has been -Vi.iting physicians are cordial.
found here has been traced directly to invited to attend.
some other city. There are now seven D. W. MCI lLI.Av. M. D..
oases of smallpox at the penthouse that President
are directly traceable to other cities. .- L- i,..... Pr rt


r ,. I i . IScrear..
Secretar".


F C Ia' o l -'rI '" I ('A .i" U'



Il''' ~ifV fld? 0? v r'Ii l I I -t
ti. at:t ri'ol. Vi' t ita tcor t.ik
~l& 4 I v7 -''i- ,I: Ia'- I.I' r i j.' -'tta' I -T S
Ix I fa

t1-,t h- ii many '*- altperdfrf. o 11)toio.
ti '- t t .i-rtlai. p('-( it, vtak. think for
tpid -#iij 1 dzav it-t v i4t .f t iui-Yft itO
tur tl -- r-l- in vt ca uidI i n k aii o f ',~r
1.)e oilac l for' l draw' r(it', lWtit.-f a' hu ot i

'h,. ,''-t i. -niiill-only about 2'.
Stit-i a (lay.
t- or i a,.a aa.'r i uftirna t i''raz ~~to
Ire.- IiNA'QJA WATrER C'O.
W. M. Puirr,
14-,"e*V. 'ittd 'I ,;*
Office, corner Main and Barracks
-t. ~ ~ p )I,,,h l H11.
Iln I1w


McMillan Bros. Co.

SCoppersmiths,

General Metal Workers.

Manufacturers of and Head3ru;rs far :,e


Celebrated McMillan Seamless Turpentine Still.
Cu.lut s Outilmsalwau au, M repairing done h ttc ccui .

MOBILE, ALA.




.tJOHN PURDY>^

Foundry I'.Mac7.Ainc Shops,
CENTRAL VI.IA '-.I. J k.l--Lils-a N A 1 PI. N 1 '. E -,


Telephone 314.


Pnsacola, Flu.


I~~~ !'.o 'dtOrder i:-in First-Clas-z, WorkmanulikeNMainn'-r .a onaa- '
o)1" Rat'-".
is.t~lfa ins's Maclhinerv'u'. ittinwms and R'u'nuliesfor


El'aiI.r-t-d bv' all Phiy-.iciaaiia- t:i -
iiil'' ~.~iah-oluto-yii' aa-o ri.zuiaduli-


Am


WOMEN WHO WORK.


FT. L", N. Mo Aug 12
pa:1a1% :.l1 fe 4: ~t s .*. L
F.: rn z Itt.4 1 ba t -


WGA g~ea*~ r..' .



~iofCdrd"


t r t: -





F LA. tS' Al 'U V V T
IL' --A








VIDA & SMITH.


/P


25.mt


A


H. H. WICKE,


Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter,

No. & South Palafox Street.
All Kinud' J Plumbing and Oa, Fittinr.-. Materials Kept on H-t"


751,1F""fS qtA W


'U"4mW'.AI',7.


Geo. Pfeiffer, Agent, E. .E] 'E",SE i,
PENSAC()OLA. o-P-KOPKIETK O--o
T t. On T, at allL -ns. CRONIES SALOON
___ o--DEALEK IN-o

Imported and Domestic Wines, Liquors and CigarN.
JUG TRADE A SP*V.tAT.TY.
S< Corner Belmont and Devillierq Stu. PFNMA(')IA. FF.
1 -


C. lit1


WMi. I I K N'W' .1 .'S.


I-i.. RV V-1-


First National Bank


OF PENSACOLA. FLA.


3::1XFXMC7W4=PXAM
WM. H. KNOWLY.S, W. A. BLOUNT. F. C. BRENT. W. H. HYER. J I
D. 0. BRENT,





t)&7'v.' tr '-w' a'ir wrI'ilI-a 'iof 011 :tje Ou reat Britain, lrc-.
fl'rnrco' ~r~:'. A.% Itaa uly. Hoil~anzi. Spain, Belgiumn, Rne~ia".

'.-~!"' inofln 7.' Y~tv-"'ible Terra.i, and


~%ir'~rDr,-ievrft $O-0 ax. orR~erat in counfletj-,



Cold Weather
Coming.








Coal and Wo0d.


',**'cp and I M. !- ("'. .


If you are ready/ to !o to /
Jhouse-keepiln', let farston 0 O f-
J- Finish fiur1i ish your h ousr y
for you. They will share uou .
money. Your credit isf ood -
u'ith them'. Sole Agents for Celebrated YELLOW LABEL and

ION .\\! --other High-Grade Whiskies.~a*
i O BEDIiH. PROPRIETORS OF THE OFFICE SALOON.


-- -


DROP


--













8 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7, 1900.


THENPOLIIICE(OULT

Where Laew~lne"% IsoPrac. 1cci'.
There w--rs tw--v',-. ct-- .fr

a i~rnory
Ho~ward(. Ed -'I.H.r(i>'.
a pa"w *dL- 1

a'.i.'














k~i I A1


MARITIME
A::L4. E! AT 1, A "A TIS 1.
4,47 M&& g4Ya'~is. 1 J a nirO o

A F.1:'r K ..


i', .
h -- "


-~ 4.
44
44 ~ :.e~t 2'
4)-)-


'. -,v I :M
" *" t .-* t "A ,


'4 ~ -'it
-. 1-'
'.4- ..
.1 ~ ~uria~
'.'~*
L2' IN POMY
K ', El PM
I \4 .


S
'4'
I -


* *. 2. t B.ta: -
- ,4j i.. 12)41.-
- I .. 9,21


,, F,


* ii If


2.


GU GEN H EI '


HO


n! rnrmun P.Fi i


-




All High Cut Shoes in 1i
Men's, Ladies', Misses'


Children's at reduced
prices ...


A SpeilSi~i~


A big line


1GOHEN FRIEDMA \N Oi



I RACKET STORE.S *




SPR ING GOODS.$


We are prepared to welcome our
home and visiting people to see our
Spring Line which we are receiving
rapidly.


We positively carry the largest and
most tasty line of Ladies' Shirz Waists
in all colors and prices.



Our Stock is Liinielis !


. , 1 ." I I I


SPEC14L IfOTICES.


OJIE Cl.,4r qwopp.


I.


4.
'-4


2 i


I,-,% i*-4. 7 ? I ; 2. 4 *0 )-I


/


4 1, i.r !


of Ladies'


and Children's


11^111A n- I)uordIrt'cht.
Hrx :~Tr, Mar-h A.5.-1; w
~'estruay~~J c"- Genera. iBrabrant
a~gaLDein ez2,'I z~rie 1L'jers to,13y W2.zza ad.
vantagc. bold;ng tae [ositid'2lca,-tured
yesterday. Inert, wan so-ne esmut
fighting th:o; morning. ithe I1r~ubkz ."s-
ing live ci Uo1K nieliand capturin. t:;o
ko'r fcrt. ttnrs vatt.r m;.:o-vicg ?their
position. 7i~e Boors ought tenac, ir,
contesting evtrr imen of ithe orrouri.
teut nit~rlnuWT thiev rereated. carrv'.ng
off their cuum and wrag ,as A mounted
totces puited tb#-ui. t in the rezuit is
got yet knowna. ieSF~ritisia casualties
during the two dave were SJ wounded.
12! or 13 kul-ed- TheBe 131* r necare tun-
known. i.mur,5 w,fc&t ear 2ntis rtgua-
tag the C'.J.Oni~i'q L2~4.:sp'enuaidv.
~Ntm C.. mr (if itsn- Iit.r-.
oD'4.M 'rcn ti.-Tho war r'!- r
-ve the fo..'.-winw d4-pa~r.i :r-.ni
L'ri R be. *s. c.:e. J:or'." March
'Gr..r. G (&:"'2e r-ccunr~el Sorm-
btrg y~.r,.av. '1 Lehlines of railway
rifr' r122 i .~ -2WIi..14(W be re1'aire,A.
I -1! 't .',nierza s 'iiung.
a Ftmirn '-xdC.. P G. ~t;rrlj
tiu~r -:. :' Nai.now practical4v
-.e ~r IL#- et. z!.v an,; bat he cannuto
bear r~f any ),3 "I o v tb" CU~rnv
.nv'.whferp. ..;-I,.t..;o ran am!)!u.
mn 3a ; lli#,f t~i-:r si. k fr' n m ~vi):the
m~u.es' Lad iLee.. itKifu r tranty~r1 rter-


P '


It
a l1% .'4 .





:,6-


'~1. .. .,
A.:
4 ... ff4
I.


I. -


4 . 4


'4
C .
4', I.
I..' -~


(' ru.,;i-t II-n.-.th Eag-lne.
ATIAVT4. March 6f -Last night John
Know.e,i a Lreman on the Central rail-
road, was ru over by a switch engine
under t:.s Mit, helix street viadnct and
both of tis lees were so badly crushed
that amputatiou wao necessary. He
was ridi,:; ou a freight train, and when
attempting to get offil ne train he stopped
in front of tne switch engine. His
home as at Grii.n. He is a young man
and has ben a iruote employee of the
Central ron:a fur several years.
Philipplese ('unhlnuitton < "nmpleted.
WASI:INoTON. March . Professor
Bernard Mlobes of the Un;Tvers;ty of
California had a conference with the
president today. Mr. McKinley ten-
dered him the vacant place in the new
Philippine commission and Mr. Moses
accepted it Tans completes the com-
mission who*e personnel is as follows:
Jodge Taft of Onio, president; Dean C.
Woroeser, Mcic: an: Luke L Wright,
Tennessee: Henry C. Ide. Vermont;
Bernard Moses, Caifornia.
Thet .11114I< lIo a (.. 'at.
I- Vivifd Iv, a3 ;' 1 (ly-pI ic-
w ,- e i -I. a'l, I. ,v. r tti- r it 1- f
Dr. K i '.', N .,v 1., Pil-. tl!- wtn-
<*'rtil an: T"ive-z a .I' ;i1i," ; ; ***. I.d thI t i l -- 1'2 t *- ', !.' ', l ;* L *'fe t
j ))! r )%'. ( ,, 4 :;' ;ih \ I)i. ;-
St)r,.

TLit E Scc0i,,b Fi t C, t L 1,
V4 I '- ,-t !. %' i \ t t ,***, .
i 1VM -'1 .-. f F~ i:n',,;-

l.il in.( I s '11 :i t r( t ee. .

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

DURH AM Cigars have


RA "i .


9... ~ .
.4 ... 4,
~ I; 2'~**.*'
* 4...~ S
4 4
N 4- S.
41


;or <:l. y


2 'iI'.
-'4 '.2.
K
I ~. ~' '-. .
* *. .4:-,..


N\o r Lao v 2?- .2 'iK.2.IZ. r!I
N'jr.)a':,a.~i.; a t o W~
r kM' ,~ . f .4. I 44*
N" arr-a . .arn-n. cfl. I


CIt'. '


24.


4. )4,~
I: I', *.
2 .~ 4 .~.. .
1~ . I 4..
2' . ,

A1 '~i..A


$1.25.


Gentlemen,

SDon't Miss It:


A 1-: 11 1''rTI M E:
'I'llE N1,Y TIN1IE.
A N--1iCA -411 T I M F.


i ,:. :1;* :'ii:n'.( ,2If Tit'! L '-Ji.
'.'Hved NV,,;, fr


'4.'
4~3






.'4.


We


$2.50.


Slippers just received.


In Men's, Ladies' and Pisses' Footwear
we are the Leadcers.


Millinery.


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


.. 0:.1


are Invincibles in


Low Prices


This makes our Success.
:. 2. -, ..


Ii' -..
-.4.4'.


I)ot'.'t T..p'r- 'rim 24') ~'.4 A2


1w 1-8( H


4.. I


ii


''a.




'4.,' 4

N........A,,k



z t. f11 1

P. It' .'. I"'- t:11414j4''f r.' 2
914).4 ~-4 i ,,.KI,.







shot .2in 4 e 22 \ . ea a2 I... I 6 mile
search ef some i.,,i n rie. A ii
pi2.no f. i -rom ig tor,. -' t e44..'
It!, i. :' .to .an *a.l '4sL 4 a .. r() a2, his
N : au .- .t2"'4) a.2
Tno-.4 ir,1 n reengeburnd th




whichever.sts 41011l

DURHA MM Cig,-enears Elare
the fin tes -1, 5:2ent skald ;mokes
Torytheo m at w Der h lcntin

pin. reoniLs sior'g'. 'Sto~ries.


TR UNKS.


/. GUGE/IHEIM.


FOR BEAUTIFUL


RUGS


u r.. i.V42 ic.a 1a


Th'i Esc aia ,, 'n:!nrI Fahnn7 'C.


I.... 1


'4. '4
1.4. *1
.- ~'':
~' ~: -.

III


:7 >'. ~. .
- .' 12.'. 4.
4. '4


I ~'

-. "


I."


if I
14 :' .-. -.


. COHEN, FRIEDMAN & CO.



W. B. WRIGHT COMPANY,


LUMBER, LATHS,






'IY T -. -,i. Vfr 71U 40 AJI' !'IV-T L :..I ..


1.F. E. BRAWNER'S-+


E


0.0 I o


N


STBC


4 IIj
- .:
- -. -


To make room for them the remnant of Winter

Goods will be sold at Sacrifice Prices.

Here are some of the Bargains.


29 4 2''!' '4 ~4'~'
Lj.. '4's't''
~ 1. 2 2.


W~~~~4Irr I 42' .2 .2 -221 4 '4 .,


I .1 2.-.\'2"'4221 '
~2..'9(412 1.1)..I'2.I '''449'"' I'~ 1 9
~: P '~*2 24' d('~. ,l'7! P. ;r..'' n


4 4'. I :. 1 0 .' '

... 53 .' : I ,

.. .. fur Iha ir. 'r iI


Remember the Place,


I '
'I*!


- .' . ;


-'.4 4 U


%q % '"* "* .


xV 'x


k 4i t


42. - .9
4 4'.1 .?,2,.' -. -

~ -.- -~
4 ..,.'. 4 ..
'.1'--............. 1.




'1 .444 ,

if ~ III E.4~4~ 3i~..
N~ ot P4 :t~~i ~
IJ,.
4'- 414 4) ~ 9~.4


Coffee: Coffee::
J ~ vi, U 1,', e I'/en ti'
t (' .2(fl~t*(, / /df/ijH* (,,


iii
S4 I~ j'


L j


"*. I


"-"- 105 S. Palafox Street,
-lox St, c


-e ,'nifu or /


SPRI


IS ARRIVING!


or. "=N Mn=&. m q mOW -M m da'


I i

(


t *'' -, , '. , I I ks" I I , /. I I Y I Ili-, ", -


KEGULAR. PRACE


'. ,- :.. t


'. t


k ^


I