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NEWS.


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA. THURSDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 8. 1900.


VOL. 30


NO. 29.


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SENATOR SULLIVAN


OFFERS RESOLUTION

Urgig; the Scnate's Interest

In the Rhilir-incli.


OU3R ?IGHT'UL PROPERTY

'I.= o* rf ; l n.i- .\%.l i i'That ii:. In qr-.
l't ,irn, I .:p: ..s;ve *.' yrItpalthy For
11" j..c'It ilf en1ir,'etl by lI-i 4 t1u-
I:1.:eo .1Foretig lit.!,tliou-.
\Vt.,-:.:T.; v,'. r.. 7...Soon after thei
ie':.,.*: a3Uveei.c tda-i a Mr. Sa'.iv-,la of
.i:a~s;-s. i, c rei a rea-u.u;oa that
M 1 3. :p.:a 1' i.-au ;.s ar3 the r:afh..ul
o'r .e::y. boaor A .y acqu irel. of tI.
":.;: ::.-es; aul that "while the
i.. d~, ., ." .-I .i-nlos continue t-e pres-
0.1t v.r I 'ront o I tIsea, against
tao ri.;Lhuil aautcritr of too United
'2:a.es. Po ion.i ;it a single gun in their
nhad- is tra;.el up n cur Cart, no ex-
n.r-5s.o0o :i.tetition as to tL* fuu:ure
course of tie Untted States with rt,-
s .e tio tLheiu should be male y the
Lt.ite S:A.t -t s aeatP "
Mr iat aistn aKed that tae .esoln-
tion lit uu sue table until hoe abould
call 1i up.
Mr. Mason of I!iino a then g ve no
t.ce thas tomorrow after the morning
ncar he wouid enter a motion that the
committee on foreign relations be die-
cearged frqot further considermstom of
is rmouttina expressive of the mosise's
sympathy for the Boers ito their irag-
gle with Grtat Britain. HR had intro-
auced the reto!ution en Dec 6.
**I have no intention of vieatija the
rues of the senate." said Mr. Wason.
but it is clearly tue inTenutoa of the
committee on f .rsign relations to take
rio actiou 1a.1 re;a'd it the resointton
aid I i.'.:t i brongLt isto th s-aa-e
and pl.cetd on n" ,atnldar."
I'he eetati comn'it'oe, on forer:.i r-g
latiozs a u'nir.'-id itie reportlug of au
atBienit::, t 1 torandill'.muatic appropri.a.
t;ou io..: saproiritain.: $1U,00'J u:o be
pa d to cr. !Qieen L:itoukalani an tiro-
ridin; t1.r aa a--uii dc.nation of ;10,-
0(j to _'r ac i.Jing ais se may live.

OPPOS!TiON TO TREATIES.
ltc.prut( ly Gtimg 'tle n:,rourag.-
melint In ti s enatr.
7'ASmINGTON. .March 7.-The pr-sent
i:.'at:3s are .1 1' 71 if t e r""" rt
zt" : -- f:.*.:,. L. .,ha A. L ., ..
.::der :bh. :'.n ,)rity ef l'remident ic-
K ::-' e.:v a 1 t sta.' departm-'"t wiil
f..il o: r.T'ifiton. Tieir hai been hbor-
i;,t:r 1, a,. ta:e- tre.AtIes s'rce their
mnrol-.i a t t -a -e-ato by P.-eidlent

I be rt.'Lt sfemrnnd to Lrig,;en a .it-
t.e 1,- r:tme ri-nch treaty whTiio a favcrr-
aL.e report was ne.ado oy tte com!.!:ttee
oi ;oreign relat.ou n L chirlnalriall,
!enatcr Deavis of Miinn isota. It ap-
pears, however, iha thue report in favor
n twuo treaty was largely a courtesy to
Sountor Div, and (io s not re;irossert
tin) views f ai.l of tne Repubh:a-s on
the committee.
Senators LIode of Massachustts.
Foraker of Ohio and Woloett of Co.o-
rado. three of the seven Repubi:cans,
are declared to be against the treaty.
and may be supported by Senator Frye
of Maine. This would reduce its sup-
porters to three Repuoiicina.
Senator Aldrich of Rhode Island, who
is at once chairman of the finance com-
miittee, and oq. of the iirec.ing mineia
cf the senate, has already given notion
that he will move the reference of the
treaty to his committee.
Senator Aldrinch would have strong
grounds for urging reference to his
committee, eTve if there was not oppo-
sition to the treaty, for it cats deep in
the revenue from customs and appears.
therefore, to be a proper subjees for
consideration by the committee which
deais with revenue and financial prob-
lems. Seastor Aldrich will undoubt-
edly have the support of all of the mem-
bers of the finance committee in this
po~sitioc.
I), :.'- art c d.n r,;:-." "l'a -To
wh., I.,v' por. w,-,tk. t::ti,, ra o lfAb-
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Pardton Refused..
Col.rMt, March 7--A pedition for
the pardon of Patton Evans of Abbe-
vile county has beeu refused by Gov-
ernr McSweeney. Tne petition i-
s.a-ned by many citizens, states that
Evans was ou'y I' years old at the tume
of hi* conviction and that he haq been


puztehd uri4-ieutiv. har.ng been, in
pr:s,.n since 16,4 Eva;am dia n-)& kiid
th-* rian vwi~ waom !he aiad a squar-si.
but ::I-.ed tw:s cCUrzn wt-:ie shnaoro at
to't. p'arzy wi2 wn oza h- iiT I his trouble.
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C2 4'.:A.r. Vi Yr-h ; Abon:
i'r: ~.-': ofKieNa! M'1. sirc-ation of

r to 0Aisn.whrr2 tr..! annnal con-
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COSTLY PHILADELPHIA FIRE.
Dryoeods District of Q ih',ir ('.ty
Eatails IHrary Losct.
PnILADELPUIA. March 7 -A f.re en.
tailing an estimated loss of over 470..-
000 occurred early teday in the retail
drygoods district.
The ccnfl.gration originated in the
engineroom cf Shorecman Broa. Tho
building was T shaped, fronting on
three streets, Eijhth. Arch and Cherry.
It is said that while fire was being
drawn from the furnaces. sparks com-
munica'ed with some wastepaper and
the little blaae spread with astonishing
rapidity to tue upper floors.
A general alarm was sounded, but all
efforts to sAve the building were fruit.
lees ad it waa leveled. The lou is
placed at $300,000.
Marks Bros.' drygoods store, adjoin-
ing, was partly damaged by smoke and
water and their s:crehonse was com-
pletely gutted. entailing an estimated
lCesI ot ;00,000. The Snoriman buudJ-
ing was four stories and Mlarks' bre
stories in height.
The flames spread to t! s6 story bulld-
ing on Cherry street, o,:cup;*d by Myer-
hcff Eros.. rianctacturir, of women'S
and chi.dre''s l,-.thiiig. acd the P'hina
de.pbiut -E ec:ricsi Equipment cumpanv.
NotnIU w.as left o tais p .co bur. the
walls. ''un ios is placed at $v.O)t'V0c
Several r..=aier tuildingi word more
or less serxuasly damaged Aenat 10U
persons, men. wom-n and children were
thrown out of employment by the tire.
Fell Throua.h Old Brldre.
P;TTsarn.o, March 7. -The locomo:ive
hauling she Chicago fast freight west
on the Pi:tsburg. Fort Wayse and Chi.
cago railroad crashed through the steel
bridge spanning Robsinec street. All*.
heny, thibis morning. dragging the ten-
der ead oue car with it. Fireman A
K. Miller of Bo:tiar, Pa.. and Brake-
inan Georg;.' DeWald of Piscairn. Pa.
were k.l.ei outright, and Conductor
Jamuis F.i Midtin of Pjt(a:rn. Pa. dan.
geroculy injured. The bridge that col-
lIp-ed is on- cf the oldest on th: For:
Wayne ro dri and was auprosed to have
been FutflcientLiy strong for the heariest
loccavl.ve of* rh modern type.
l'o' I-qt(Ui: 'at (iuard.
FRA-'.;"::T, Ky., March 7.-In tbo
senate. o.a:iy Seuator Triplett cffer,l a
stbstut-: .for hvi reooiution to provide
for a (o -nuttee to investigate the r.-
moTri 0. munitions ot war from the ar-
Esna! t') London. The substitute pro-
poses to appropriate 61O0.O0t for the im-
mediate equipment of a s:atn guard
. uJer Zem crrtc Goe or E3:ga

:or (t.. p:.'Ose cf re-overitg the ,au-
LOr, Catlin; guns and okher niitary
pri.p-r7y of th"- state now in alte1ed un-
lawfci ptoser.rin of lVi:publicau Gov-
ernor 'ay.:cr.
A A: .ini:u Writes ,)f thi 1*o-rs.
B.r.y:::r.:., All., March T.-A. 0.
Frey of Dc-".ur, Ala., has received a
let:e: irom his aunt. who residei wilh
bar eoa :.c-aw. Chlarles Ransom, a mis.
s:onary at Van Roenan. near Lady.
smuih, in which she re'ers to the Boors
as ciel. untruthful and dishouortble."
bhe further writes that the Loers hjave
driven many of the missionaries from
their homes and robbed them of their
cattle, household effects, etc. In con.
versation with a prominent Boer, her
ton-io-law was told that they would
blows up the gold and diamond mines as
a last resort.
In i.1: Stazs of Nasal t'.atarrhl th-re
-h'io b cle;ailinePsc. As -xpt rienc
pr-, F .--, Ely'I ('reaun It:lin is a
le:nei-,r. ij,wrt't.r anld h),:-le'r sof the-
di-re:-*,'d l ineinibranie. It is noit dry-
iz- :ni'r irritating., and (-o-e not pr,"-
.lJ; i -no Zinll:. Prie '' 'enfit4 at
drii 1:i-- or it will be' inaildil by Ely
lr, ,.5r3. ', .arre-n Stir t. Nw
Y,,rk l';>'nn ling pll ced int,> t!:P
ti,=;i!- it 2prfad. ovver tlhe inr'n-
iti: :i, ;tu il r -lis-f i- i'llin ,' i.at". It :
AIti -t. rtcaLj~l 'it,'.
<>1.{ H .rtuiiai ,.'" ;at E.n:,, Alth ,-

Tenaressee Railroad Exteuslop.
K.oxv.LLLF., March 7.-The boards of
trade of Bristol and Johnston City,
Tenn., have united in an effort tos e.
cure ao extension of the Virginia and
southwestern railway from Bristol to
Johnston City. This road is owned by
the Virginia Iron. Coal and Coke com-
pany and penetrates coal, timber and
mineral sec.:cns of Tennesse', Virginia
and Kentucky.
('oaultess Schatntia:in.a.
ATLANTA, March 7.-Tne Countess
Scuheimmeiman of Denmark arirved in
Atlanta today to attend the Tabernacle
I'abe conference. She was present at
the service toarght anud ,llivtre t an


;A'iire's to cliristia woncers. 1Dr A
C.Daz32 of -N'w Y:'.k and ocher ,ipoai,
era nut~e arrived laic& night.


An Fyo Drstrwyri4.
Y;.: :2 S.iZ4'C.. 3March 7-,-W.hi' t
oit bi~d Lcntmag 1Irrr, N'1ii2*stmt a t.r
an-~l '.' .auaason l:upirpucd to te .i
range ard~ rece,.vedi the load. li.', n:*
w&3 trrn In pie'9-. and be was Kt2c~t1in
thoi -"440i~aj.Ir 2r., 1 IA'a. Onle 8'e WAS
ism.ed mandtme O!nsr bad'y tejured.
Dr Culli Cougfih Sy'up is a gra-id cold
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t ,r S! w it,. .1,.\ H! w -h. '$7u
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i- equally a- chea:ip. Ca; : I -te
.hle big stock.


England Likely to Support De-
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1: 2 4. 2i~i[ ~,meet in Macon on March 2b and ;I% to
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4.- .--------------- .other c-.'uatr-ia. a~ jp .-ituent m:.-
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tm'schinjist, laborers and all em ployed
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2 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 1900.


EMILOYMFNT OFFICE.
Ring up 3S2 or call at the office.
11 North Palafox stret-t. when in
nerd of a carpentr. B. D. Hoffman.
Buhsiness A zet <,f t,- Carpenter's
andJoit,ers' Uiiion. will lurim-h yu
with tllh- de-ired el:l uo -l:ort nio-
tice. 1,25tf


GAS


RANGES


All Connected
Ready for Use
for...


$13.00'I



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


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


lI st Set I; a TIil.


PINSAIO1A GAS O


No. 3 S. Palafox Street.


Jamus Hugles'


Boiler Uforks


Steamboat and Sawmill


Work a Specialty.


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THE HEINE ACADEMY OF MUSIC,
N ".,, N.,'' "" .". I" 2:r. ,
MISS EELE\r *'. HEI'E. Pr.rr .a!.
MISS iDA Pi, ulO. A.. :;.
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Best Patent Flour.
Our 1, / '/ / / Il,', a/
Patent 'v / ,'ir ,, .- / 'r that
(.a nll b,' "/ ,I,.' ( ,;/ I I
I1 ,!.
For ,^t .;J .v',,/ f. ,,., of
the bc/l 0;&'ra" 7af Foof o/
the ma ( rl't-t.
.11l made 1.. Te (. E.
'4 Iff'?


Ruhe" f~p lieng.
All the faithful who have coin-,
plett-d their tw-utay-tfr'st ve.ir antd
wiht hatvo' not bf gunr this-jr -ixtio-'th
p-ar. a n'd who areI'it x'tu lt&Ifr nii
tile Oblwigtimn of f'ai:5- tnby
hairdl work- or ot hvr wo-hi k n."wta rp"i
sols arf- ob)lize-d to) fa,tt 411 ail t!.e
dal.*- o4f hers t s-Ks''pt Si;ts'-
4 in U', -.! &t(lv= 3!mt ''4st fuil Ia1s-ai i
:il.ssvv'. -d%.;~AaCt l sa! 1sot 1)wtaKten
Cut-i-tnttalN.~',- a( up ssl Csto''.t-a
#or thin cli'..''ate'. aiJtua .1 i t-c
,Of hrt':ad 'or ait rick-;. t.)toI-.r, ti'.'en u


At tfiil" cs)ILt~ti~isa. ivztq:.-r. c1. --
analik, eo'-v; an] Allkin'k w *on i ot.I
ti '41 and vf'2a-tabk -z are a Ii' we. I
W h. n 11io. priaiis c 2al w:.''ial 'a- Is.
u :onat t POoil, a: 1- l-'a;-I u
t:,ks- t :slif s on I IInt ..F t:'s~

urdi ; a i I -ill\s 4,I:--4 I'
2':ssat .ll i 't! -It.


he a-d s r'n~sIs~~ Iui 4-toI::,I !1IVC
12It la all sIt t F -.SIL'2- 1l's (I' it'- .;d L(II'sll
Persii- 'X'It;-a~ilfr'saaa ha"(,itl -
irttislasf :*t 1.12iasre -I..t)1105.1 I,:.-
the 1'tI~ti'sII I If U-aI2I t --t Iai
'maca' a day sIII t -.p (lax- II:an Wiv ch t hot
11-f-sti iA2l-at 1- 111-1 1t' 11ts'd I VLit s''I
-a t s'a
CIhildrs'aa sl'.'er ..-El)'ea:a 'f it.:(
art5-' bourish byvthe -law otli
UIAs--e'AfXsO4I-tl U'-akI.by t!.r
C~iu'.e".
Cathoic- o -x!.'Iss 1jaie-e '1is t i I
ytar.ar- ssf di!-cra-tis'n ar.- 1).stid ti) I*,--
tetisi- 1141i this' tir.-t :!u'tnklav'i ~'
,aill'I'raait- .1ltv .'~ iiilht-IUr.n.I
&c'-n 'lover -ss v 4, 11 d part- of- Isu i

'[h!'tlesli.' t it-it2i p Lit r it,- :1 tile

olf Ir.Lvar. of ,ssz rfow tof=i .'
sattta froazt tilew41rIll zaand lt4 aam,-'-
niol-zits, atid sof Z.-ti-rsst- aliti- .4?Vistt,
By-psitaIifdualt 2ralitt-il1 t! t#s
hi-hop-z 4o f zti 1Vialted Statt- for *#-rt
years-'I, dating fr ''taxMar-h ':--,I is
s'I)-f-rv'e thre 5ssci-mm-i law s4-f tha1"
a-l"rlrchl. a r- dis-I-'-ta--d frwil 14..I''ll'-
11g, AtiIsll -1 I'li1 15 ltte AI il I .-- II
I.lIIs- ye-tar t-xOt- 1)t hFr Ididt'v- A-ia

I II I1 0- s- x t '. 1 't,,1f"(I sIt I f ta d (Ir I t;.1:4: 0 I 1e -
higaitisia (it far .wtas'r'- -1,1c:: Iex-
i-t-. noor d'ss it 4aiithI''riz. tl.'. -U'- of
ti-hi aand s1-l1a :t ti ,-:51-1205.It
~.achud* -;, Iasswe'ysr. nsit 11111v :!e15'1,isla
vidu~al workmen inl wh )-t- fat'.-ssr it i
grtauzted,lout all tI.-l~ip m-mbo-r-; sof tiis-ir
faaxihic--; As wV.'( I:. 1aret-tta it i- x-
pi-eted that tls''Who 45v:,i1 tir-'112-
st lve--III ttlii,.1 ltd'ltwall vneiad--ysr ti
enter into tho- -l'1r11 s)f tit, holy ~se-'j
.;.)sop Lif o-tt by v''ilaaatary sv f s if ms!'-
Iai's-t :rcu'-s h. .t-toui l -' t~ia; sf
I i ut i. i It-a. i,,r 1,11thIt- t l I z l n- t I;f
-'ii ivin~e '.Zavor.
Iils)-ze V.wh.,o oter"'O. a '' 71
h &s d'ttit a41i)tit Ct!.-ir '-I'h~ritl~ti 'ma
fat -or lil-tanll4.1ssIi4h, t t.) q plly to


Nj-,1AN.. -Alai. T-rta!cI'16 -


t-iks- FoIt ~H:.' ..lTar 's-~l tI
tuLATLh. W A.It e-a s-:
LABQIR 15 AT A Pr-ENM:UM.V


~4A Ah it ~ a -.i IIi,-% ,.ii I 5I- rn It-Is" I' rets
tto I no ssrt Otosvr asIim-.

-iu-AU~~. )i e re n- fta~e 2rnew
'.414ee.and ir, n w(i iks fnow vcn;p.eraing at
En:a -v t, iegin Ilacritions au i -ie220 .ige
noun -in f rl(A ~,iuil.,saniad iijoii
s'~i tarte.'i up' every w:-'rt lim Nrtnl
Alaba.naaia.ticete isa ,aki.rusui-rtagc! in
r3o alsi-cuI3. na' hfor ~..*iaa i tun-
s~, .J ,r!, ni: I a,,,-ru gs ni,.are*;vz~ur-
ala. tiv! i-u(Ii fo- 'the iatter c.as, and
tit- noiirh I or the :1orier.
1 Purinag th'e i.ext week :'. 0 additional
(..tgnui moifl nflare exp'ectei to re.IAli
here iron,'Un-o ana Ps-rinar -v~Arhi
w'i e m a Iare nuriao-r of tt.'el w ricers,
'Ali-t cit)(rlmi'to worki at L21..ev 1lion.
zitt-1-'*()-. uegroes rare a; w(-r ain i-re ands
~ :ft'i. Iavin~z L. -eni iurot-iipt from
ti'or~z;a. the Caroi.lt111 4111tjtilp' noutjr-
wests. lint tib w;i. not nearly -atliifv
tto, oinit'1iid. Woi., # se are higher
tnan -an ver b..~1ortefor the wct k triat ii to
Lu ti1..

r *. I-u''t. .March 6 Jnluhu
Mw t ne U, gu,,; Captain C~arke. whc
dt'...-e i an I married Mia-sU irba
\Vreukn ): 1O ):i rz, ni ana Ctunnvlfiti0. .
tna t,,!. i r m .-nr: I.: I e tr.tod tinltue
j4 ~a'Crni~nga gcveruinietti

T" 5 2 i -Geoneral
U k 7 -" r111"`e7r2 u1iic-.-,-ed
ne F(.to e:-4 sicsir pti n.-. 1!#, ra i-
,:)1 apr-, uc. 'out the stan4..n is intaxt.


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Scrofula, a Vile

Inheritance.
I sua i i the mozt ohe#I :rate of blaod
trwnislt-s. and is often thos' i--tit of an
inherited taint in tile 1 hi' .sd --
is tho czily im-crsdy '4!Chg**
enuuazh to reuvih Svro5Iula : it f repm os
e'.-s':y trace (if thtedsta-A l:dcureg

'.t'.'s-9.h ri~"~ '"~dfromi infancy
V.* -'rwst.a. ,an-d i' .'uiT' r-- P .. t2 .s t w'i

U7~-Ii.11 .4Ivy 0 A' a
,I-i'f iF.rs-. an inio

V.- -'nrs- Ii384. : ""We ~

v' 1;.ir11
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a. ii- 1.S- ;tr -d.2 .S -. 1~ ~ e.
W; ira ', -, A '- etC \
25t 21, 1 4 1,5!:. 3/'' !'- i V.: '.
s'f hi- 2 .r~n'-r Ir-a-i;'';: -~: -.-~,-.i
re'-_zr:.,. i hima. Al .% I is ... ...'1 111- -
'. .and lie hasa l'esil r --'*r.!.4 f. r.'I


For 'real blood(1trrhijlike'-;it i t 0 3
of tuno eto *xpeet : '1 11-111 ithe sloc-
tor-. Bislod id ist-jso- ibeudthi
skill. SwfC~~t's 4 elih
S. S.S.'C rBoo
reaehae-i all deep-seatf-d eas~es which,
other rfcedies hatve no ,fft-c-t upon. ItI
is~ the, onlY blood ruined v gu cirant eeil
purf-ly vegetable. and eointaifls no pot-
ash rn~rcury, or othf- ier ni a' .
Po'ukis mattedlfre- to amy :auldrcss bj
Swift Specific Co.. Atlinta, (Ga.


PERT PERSONALS.


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A inrainamtied F. I're."'oziof l're'z-
-' 'ie.IianI-a.. wrot*o a 1 etter the
twtIter day, sailinz 'the 4 toiniot14.4
everyb~odyV iahis Town sI!,t h Las it-( d
Foley's Hoiiey an(dI rlaj .t ha t i t i 4
thortve#ry bes~t nwdiacits ~r lha ripped.
bert o.

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FOR STEAM rDIV-I-ON
V EN SA Co LA E LECTI ZIUC T E U 3.I1N A I
RAILWAY COMPANY.
Tratas ],-are Pe nsac olIa for t b 4,L. 1t t
Hayw.:a, Palmotto .a.Warnt:ZAT
Yard and Fiat tarrail cia 'ati
ti.1I a. m. arrive at 1Fo(rt klari ica- 7 A .'no
1,1 oWJ a. in. arri ve at Fo3. 14Mr1.....1&l-. :714. an1
1 :,P p. ra. arrlrp at Fort Hhrrs'en. I3:47&'51-
X: -:itp. m.n. r r iv 'a t fItwort I : irr m .'i v- -..:- i
*1p.im. a r ri reta t lF0, t Inrrtsiwioo 7. It p 1)
p5 :m pn. at rive at 1 u. t Parrarics-'P<.m in
T~an u leave Fort harrisuctio for Ptuias-
c(PlEI at
7::4! a. im. arrive at i-insa~oi wt1 F. n
Ii 4k1i p. mi. 3arri% v at 1', t..5'ac-ii :j no
to 'p.rni. -*mviot at Vs.~~'~. .1 t Tf
p~ m p n arrive' it Isu* M. 1)' Ill
*!-.4.. m. i.ar rive ato 'ot V u-6C ;j M..15 ~U
A'. E 4( ply.

(.&VA Ppri!:tCxoa. LT Fort Psr-.7iO5s
it a. m ia."'
1p. M. 0. .
I P. m P. n.
a P. m 5P.M.
4 P.m 6 p rn.
Mp.m.1P. M.
PARX FOR IWRIKPAY4..
PengAccolftto Fort 1Iarraiet~cas %i ro.trornfl4V'
vengacola to ANavy Ilard ^A di~-'iv'.r; .r
Penbsucils to Palmotto Reach and rstemn !i&
PARK FOR SrNI)AY
orenmsacoa to art Barrancias Na -- y
'tu~rsd 4retulrln._..... ..... ........
mPt0ppn. -..... -. --- Or
No fro-lkht I:,.ived at,,r 3: p.7 im.


TH I


FVORITI


Place For Pensacola
Buyers to Buy

Choice Family


GENKHL INS ANE GROCERIES


-AND-


-I- AT-


Sta/I"a d ""'/ Rel EtteAg "0.eants 1f
sale b/ .Vcw i ican.s (;o- Real Estate Agents, The Well-Known,
eery Co. PESAxcoLA. LA. Up-to-Date Store
,,ll~ H 'l/l;l. REPRESENT TWENTY-TWO OF TIHE
Phone 105. ProprietOi'. LEADING FIRE. LIFE. MARINE.
SACCIDRNT. FIDELITY. PLATE
OLASS AND STEAM BOILEtt IN- .4
RMYROYAL PILLS
-.4., t:a- a-. ... t s ... .: Al-t -
"CHI(C H IT. EiTFR 1- .t IAE
1 Ei KUP & 4 -.I "., -. ,** .f p -120-122- a
Ta""mooth "" ....a... eLirrance Cit r
'Wye e ,m-il tii i .s rd I n i I !
SAVL." P.'r."'." noThiittal !t F _P flToArnmrAnt. trPAt.


GOE-BEL SUSPECT IS TRIED.
Witi.e'sg,'" Testify 113 tho C:tqp cf Ilar.
isaga V. iltu..kk..
FRA'NKPO:)T. iV., M6-u ;-Tle C;%.-
of 11.irl-an V. hizraker, the Ent:er c.)uu-.v
mail suspec-ed ciCUffl It In tx~e kI.
be, ~uV was ~:"~In icb~.niti
ctiir: t di~v. C..uri-y A:-oruxey Put--.
grovy" opened t:--e ('.i;e bisv wing h-2
ii. t!'i G c) I ng ,t o i i u r~:iw ic~:x~
Jouan A. Mnes f Fan. ,rr. o -

aft.-r t ~flll~ au'ii )k 'r, Ih Ln l
txlr- .r-'vo.vers. '1iue revuiver~s wee-v
pla,cl iaevi-ipc..
fntis' wu'u u sn iasto nIl.,#xXa
wbertiaot.uus at the mxoment ot th znur.
der. According to 'Mr. Miles. Vxt-
ker t0:d two different stozile-. 9sivin
first ine A1s in the al.rd --torv atiatgm in~:!
tait h Wma- 13in tiv- t: o :t:vo otlice.
Detcn.1':ve Dee Arui~its(rjrov 'wor4.r-t:n
\V mbAt r rtaal !old IIaI 1,4)ui-v i:1- le i :%1
h-, \as -uaievi intho .e.iate c .%Iii r
whottia U t-h' tjs razig ()u%11 -a3'd
VV hI t .I k t--\- ()WI, d d I k0:,%t e 1'-,-, i:i
swei naw any i i!3 ua *liar -itta~l
W aies~X rait: aiier x. 1.aL10 L' iU UzA nU.'44
coi:nv IC, xcad h~~s~
k outie 0L'.LvmI. 1trr,-d wni-.cal:el..
11,- t,jux '.Xh t tak..'r tI.'1,' uibv: .'oni (ai-
nilight o tfi 1L '...tthe 3.1.II a i al
versation wa~ %h!Wixra:er on tLZj way
to LouIlisille, %\knrttak:r s)'jsrod iL:n
money and urqkte ii anq .'e:11-'dav
100-0, the iron tup n his rists. '1 ,I t
l.risoner had sm I t r m
you aAl I krwa 1Wa[Iu, it -'...ut I (-I I L,;


NEW LANMarch f6 -(coege L.
Gould of tao Texas and Pacific railroad.
L. S. Thorne, vice president of the mam-)
road, and a party of ladies arrived here
today in Mr. Gouud'a; private car.


Do You Want

To Be Pretty?


ATTEN4TION, LADIES I


for Infarts and Children.
Ca-s-ori~a i-- -1 armlb-i.". m'lhl)tut e 1,..i ki- I 0il. 1I
g4 Tl, rawz o.nd t1 Soot I ;j .- g ,'srot I v..I II4aai
coiltailhs iv11e1114U (Opilt te. 3146lds;w ai4m' s'r o iscr Nan.
F Id) t a IIVe. it ile'trtp i Vtrm .aiaml ;: 'ai-4 -%c* l msv.-
it citre" I)iaiM11,. 'AMA'%%a ,IWimza 4 tlic. Iit ~ ei.
ing '1'r~auhle'iit34 ian'( ( ontaipit iota. it reizmahiatc.'
st sttomach tawl Hi.v (-I-. iilvjtL114.k1111\al.I Ilaatiar~a1 -I.
'rit. Chail4rvaa>'s 'trata-'HWat31#01111-C Fai''
The Kind Yo11iHavo Always Boii-.
1407B.-rs thc Signature of


In Use For Over 30 Years.
a4r CCr.Tuq COMPAN.T, TT UrKAY STRKT NEW YO er CIT'



Chase. 11. Turner.


;- ARCHITECT-*


-- ANI..-- -


General Contractor




A Complete Plumbing Department under i:.:
Management of E. B. Morey.
'W '' \ i-;i '-i .:ll -: ilt l. .'- 'l : ., I ; : : i : -
ian. .- A 5 Kai i l. 'r p';ar' ilon ....r: sill,": .

Tilia. -' 1 A l K intls,. i;athi l'nT -.. ; t I : -* '. ; ;,If .i .
Il.'t \V.att r andd (.s Fixtuitl-.


:: Telephone No. 34;


-THE--


baa d?
We've got the right Cii N atinal Ban
thing for you:ti | N tol B


Cream De Beaute.


Highly recommended
for a skin beautifier. It
will remove freckles
and make the skin
clear and smooth.

PARKER DRUG CO.
For Sale Only by

q4qqis'y pq44p4cy,
215 Suth Pal*foax Mt.



Indigestion!

WIie challenge the world
to proda/ce a reinedy/ equally
to the AJlatchless M4ineral
Si'ater for the cure of In-
diaecstjioI, )yspeepsit a(d(
al I7orms o ,'to, acih, Bow-
el Troubles and ( Skin Dis-
cases. Guaranteed to c/)'re
or' money refunded. Cost
on017 /,7 c(ifts a da/y to use it.
One dollar bottle last' tweni-
/Y days.
For sale liy al! d'l? 'f'l..


S. Palafo.v S/f'rree.


,vts '.\. 6.,1
GreFnville. Ala.
T''Ntrii.'i; i i!, I Ur iO .!,Ia.d "* (.;. ",
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A 1
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Judc- of I'rotha i. ( i'.::rt. Eut.'r u:.''.

grGOLAYZ--

Grist and Corn Meal Mills,
B. F. GOftZIltEZ & CO., Prop s,
Manufactur*-rs
CHOICE MKAL AND PUl It GROUND
STOCK FEE').
Patron.7- Hornm- Ilrndutry. for '!.*-r- -
ev-rv ra-'on you :ioulil h.y vo;;r M ai : aid
'tock f ls- ?roni t.** Mo,!ti uf- aln ';3 :,t r -r.
'.r L'y %r dloing Yoi TwCn' raiL .1. i.nm- -
try. You'.r rlnlni*-. :. -t in1 thet i*'im onri',.v
and you ii tL ri arn- rd:r-c',y '*-n-' -:
In fo'terinit t3:'- hoini- marn :fa. t r-r y,,


OF PENISACOLA.


CA-ilI.
1'. I .V-itINELL. A i-


RIX M. 14. 1:\t.


l,. HIITON (tI-:I-:x.
I'. E. WEI,I,.;1,.
VIcf-I'pr.sI I:.N r.


DIqFCTORS:

K- J. WHITlMIIUK. it'l %' F- PFEIFF Fi..
L. IIILI()N (iEEN.


General


Ban khIi Bi Biaeaa


iesvelw' Aeen!Iy-1'4 Ilaudle4 on Favora'~ble Terilw.
Change housi-lt and So~lf, ColIictlon,14
!~rvilyAttended To.

ACCO" UNTh SOLICITED.


Laundry,
I,


THE PlOitRIi AUNDR OF iEST F1RIDA


C'aIre Aind AIIIEnti'irh


I A X 3 7 E.GARB I

WAL-4L""" -1, NORAiAM. Manr.,'-


E6ST ABL I'S-'r-- JIib3


McWKENZIE OERTING &


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DVAI.9". IN


Ship Chandlery and General Hardmw A-
03 AND 605 S. PALAIOX BLTREET.

REVERE COPPER COMPANY. JOHN A. ROEBLING'S ,' -
GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUMbELO& N'S PLY -
Cha as, triage, PiNts. Oils. lutical listrmoIts, Dairts, UcWrI, ;Il1
OrMPASPES. LO)GS, ETV.
C' McKenzie O.)-rriF!( ,,;.U cti.. A.'+-nt f,,r lir Pi il,,t" ,: .
ciati ->n. ,.

TB V!w7Il IA m w rHfr' lIIP


Are you sunburned, No. 19 S. Palafox St.
reddened by heat, florid
-is your complexion --
2_30% --


Tratnaf.le:


The Star


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 1900. 3


GOLD DUST.








WxI11NC- FEATHER _




C.1 MstWzs1MingPow~ier
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ipot a o f,&ipr~wK coO5a~v.
".c. 54 S. Log".mowwVeft. mastemt.


....~i --loIn an ine~r-
jr -' J1) Tuaon, whc

-. I. i,.q nr c- i e lt ,P)rtW

I t r .alV i 'i 0rnt-'I o
T I ...Irv L *:..,It:ap rom e to
t _i t j : n z

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M tr ', Ti~'le I :,-,bit-
1: i- :v'nj*)U 111,.1 ia4z-e ttbl~
'I I;- atfltritg was. set for
1,11,t v:, ii.-layr-d 6y cancusefi
Sret'a-aua1 autitiG(reeni factious.
-,It aliror- number of contested
I.-u and tb.h" tigt for the organ-
mvtir( D mention is very bitter.
-:11iOf Ithe party leaders now are
A toward preventing a split.
1.4t Peritaueiy threatened. Stato
-. -anE IL R. Green now con-
..-COnvention.
i1 ,.m1.let*Who iuoLe PMa~rtgt~ana.
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CASTOR IA
Far Infants and Children.
-LI
ole Kind You Have Always Bought

tartof wh 7


'Furniture on Credit

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i .r S/l I r hr %U~


Who is Rader?
the Man that sells
r: >ture so Cheap for
- sh


%odby Sag~ea


t'er---' ilutll.ant Ill.
(:; ; M I-"r -C.tnrin linugo de
.itrha, L'.-b:an i u. Mrs Langtry. Is ly.
i;:, 'anc*trofy ;:l in the Lritish mil-
iL;ary L s;ata;, t TCape Town. A cable.
tA::. "o :n.4 e:.'v.i as ben received by
.Mr-. i J:lA:..y _pTtanll D Bathe. who
is a .iiLi-r .i Colonmel Kiuchener's
srtff. w..i, *tri-kea with fever ntiortly
:t,-r tLe re..eviau fur'e entered Kim-
l-er.-y.
1".'.i ) ii,- I.-XLpila- ,a .
M.v ,, t..u'.. WV. Vx.. M:ir.a ';.-By
an t.x:l,-i ni i lu tme l.-'i Ash
Utianc t::;, :uor i :,; t,.a were ln-
rt,,:iei "I we.V t i..en have been rea.
cued Fl',rv yr-adl i :tve now bteu taken
ont in i r:te re:-uUil party is still at
wtorKi .rneus o distress about the
ilintes are beyond dscrpipin.
'oble to .Mt31llul.
WASmi.INTON, March ti -The senate
committee on naval affairs today or-
dered a favorable report on the bill to
construct a cable to Manila by way of
Honolulu. Midway isiands and Guam.
It is to be under the direouon of the
navy department and to be a govern-
ment cable.

Negsr PFotmaater Remeved.
CoTrAGEV tLE, S. 0.. Maroh 7 -Mr.
B. &R Smith has been recently notified
of himappoiatmen as postmaster here.
v.ce R. B. Chisolm. a negro. The
change was an agreeable surprise tc
everybody, for only a few days ago it
was announced in the press that the in-
cumbent would continue an office, and
that neither of the two petitions asking
for a change wonuid be comeidered.
Ch.solm. the retiring postmaster. ha
served eight years and the greatest ob-
ject;cn to him is incompetency. Not-
withstanding the length of time he has
been in office he is slow in the perform-
ance of the required duties and lacking
in that business tact so necessary to
make ono acceptable to an intelligent
pu bhc.
Will Consider nmp!oyrt' lDemands.
Sr. Lrru' March 7.-A committee of
:fve, crmnposd of members of the Amal-
gamaved Association of Street ltl!way
Eumpl.oes, today called cn General
Manager Coleman of the St. Louis
Transit company and presented the res-
olutions embodying the demands,
otiop''id at last night's meeting. Man-
;t!h.r Colem"n receivel- the r"'so.utav-.-
;S! cLinOin, : rom emp.ore. anPd prorn-ie i
t ;.vo thr-m his c nsilderatiOn. I' 1S
s 'te i that ;t :heir d*:nnads are not a'-
,- .e o toho 3.0'JJ i'tnploves rf tte COLA
i'i.'y wiil etrise vwiAiu 4t4 hors.
Adk.in I:ad rted Foer murderer.
A:: ATAL. March 7.-W. Lucini A -.
ki;n. wvho shot and kiiied E-dward
B!rooLk in a Wauiehall street store last
Friday right. has been indicted by the
grad jury on a charge of murder.
G;OIN(" 1N)GN HILL,.
I', *; IP -titTering, from kid ny di--
a. -.. f*, a! ;i ttr'adimial but !tew:idn 1.--
,,. v ; 0 ,ty. I" -v wh lll li,- 11"

Si.- ..: ir ,itw. X V. A. D'AIl i"r-


3 tars e "e A IOU Have Always B1.'gr,


TIE 1 i!) ;-. 1t-d if ml e.
Sti.- .I inh it ititrt froiis i !,.. re i ll u r
,'rfn',1 'i ,- i,-ll. aTnit -',d. u th a yai An ;t:
- ; in" | '-ta-ult drt mB'ea 'were ali-.tu ,'di t '
T' i' -i a u l tht lb- tteor R.
.\:.A ; r.,, ty i ..- k,-'i of that lhdenou
T. it me ,of us .l''rl1;y n11 t. l p, '"-
Aii -,i t*!h-y will fir thei -,Iop wa-
'ill'.it with tl i flutl .st alid fatteo-t.
I.! i~ -h-., wv:, ..t;. ,;: by N ick
A.:-.-ti. t nd tt o-^ ('1:,,cc ai2> ta''" ;it,.
:;',a- f, r -.ild droi or r:aw. r,:aiiV t,-
,' t. !; r' t it;;.t.t. Y oil ";1!1
,t ti'-iit liy th" lI, i t,. r diz' n, I u1n-
!'i. 1. t .irrel dr;ay lald, wiagon ]o'ad
* 4 l.l,. ()w'Oi'. toi t t', rn-uh ,f
t ;:~: -. ~- :1:'' -.''vi'.r.af r-.''i!,ar 1 n -i-
w, : ;, .,, i,, ll- .',,itli'n,.t :tft0,r t!,i- w ., k ,
'"'I -pi ';'ul irrd, r- will tl,, serve-d at
tl.y ;. -,r if the Jiy ar tl:~ht.

W. n., :. mi.t r l,.i.r -ir rv.


CALL AND INSPECT
T I. :. *: 1.. ; ..* .
.It } ; "; :t
itl i -*' l I -1 1t i :i
Tc EM'in I3 Filf 1\ I' acv' .


Five Thousand Rolls
WV .t;: I'.F r :': -* k ,: ,, ;i-
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i; -- A- <'.. N r t'',.


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

SN i fi f'K tme aptal::.ow:.. :s
i I',,-C'';"!:- c '. t< ra-:.' :.-:li '.;- c oi-
d 1,:z r c l, t i, >t re
i of said ve-e'.


I .' 1 RayM,!.:.
t'aptai:;.
'-Dltl


MUTUALLY SATISFACTORY.
SEuzglaid Pleased With Pameeerote
Because II* Pleases Americans.
LoNDON, D -arch 7 -The St- James
Gazette this af:erncon, while declaring
that the extension of Lord Pauncefote's
stay a: Washington as ambassador of
Great Britain is due to the coming
presidential election and "ail that goes
w.th th:s recurring commotion." says:
"To Azmericans Lord P nuucefote's
stay wila be acceptable, because he has
achieved the feat of making himself
popular with a success for which there
as to Lrecedent sinoe the first British
minister was accredited to the United
States a oentury and a quarter ago. To
us his continued tenure of office is ac-
cepsable because he has pleased th"
Americans. and it is highly desirable
from a business point of view as well is
grateful to our feelings that they should
continno to be pleased."
nliler's CAPsualtlte.
Lorxm';. March 7.-Another list of
casaJatles subtained by General Lnller'c
forces from Feb. 14 to Feb. .7 shows:
Killed, 122; wcunaded. 573; missing, L4.
Of tnese the los'es of the Inciukillings
were: Kiled. 34; wounded, ti2; miss-
ing. 2L. Dublin Fcthiers: Killed, 1I:
wonunled, 1'; missing, lb. Connaught
Ringer-: tKl.ed, 19; wounded. 105;
miuiung. b. Royal Irish Fusiliers
Killed. 11; wounded. 66; missing. 2.
Ecot'e Fuaii:ers: Killed. 1; wounded.
68. With t.3 l:st of ciaualties issued
Monday, this nmkes the total cost tothe
rank and Lle in tht ial relief uf Lady-
siuLL iJm men.
I'l lsttl' In the 1Travisvtal.
Io:,: \, M.:rch 7.-A special dispatch
fr.om Darban says a flying c-jlumnn of
.rin:isa trc ap from Zululand has en.
t .red tne '-cDnsvaal atid has ben daily
- irti;: hzug wthib asnaii parties of Doers.
"e 1, *r- .-nauisis of mounted infantry.
Nts. eccu's and artilery. all com.
',acna i ,.I Major Prendergast. The
ro 'T-irn rst crc.-sed an,, L'ordrr on Feb.
.-L 1: now. occdp:e. an intrenched po-
sti0on c.1 C-itasa hill, 4 miles within the
"Iraut vaai.


No Borsa Arouuud Liadysmlth.
LAIY:YrlU, March 7.-There are no
33e:s within 20 miles of here. Plenty
of supplies are available and the troop.
ere quickly recovering their strength.
Many of the volunteers have been
ra.nsed lurlougha.
iainmamn to p ak ou Dlspinearis.
,.luMioHAri,. Ala.. March 6 -Benja-
min 1L Tiiiman. United States senator
from South Carolina, has accepted an
invitation from the dispensary advo-
cates in thio county to make a series of
speeches here between now and April
14. wnen the Democratic primary will
be heidd nd at which election it is
hoped to secure a direct vote on the dis-
"tn arv question.
\V'h( n y<,u want -,iiiethtinz to h.tal
;i : iburn. r ia ,t r ,. or 1 cut, w hy i r ;
try i'al.n r S.'v.' whicli i zu:a':]r nt,' d
t!.' llio,'-t I .'i t lt;. >i lltlllm e :,t ilt lht'

S 1 4 '.) ) 1- I iil th

I 1.:iv j,!-t r,-. ivf a fiir'- lit of
i:1 k i ln 1i c: i it -. a;tid tl ti ll ;it
T. il itre-.


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.1 v iC* -. (. Al'l- I. .l /'
j '!"'
( i/l;'or't li/c Did ttresse,i?
pillowXs. el'., to Ro with your
etu' furniture. I 'ou can
b1/!/ the whole outfit from
SI(arstont, <" Finchi.

PROFESSIONAL OARDS.

Dr. [flareellu5 TMe reary.



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l':tlli x .'It,t. t'i,,n ? -7l.1

DR. Wx. C. DEWBERRY.
OFrIOE-Harnah Bros.' Drug Store.
RE8IDENOE-490 E. Jackson Stree


Wm. H. Marean, M. D.,


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Mwn~ic Tempip. Phme'064.



Waitod to Lay all kinds of Sacconn
lIand Fur~iitare, Marchandise, 8:.

Address Say 142.


GRANDHER8T[HBEL
T a b- ( ilvth H B
H 0F LOPD&, F.No. -2 1,7k. 1. V" H.


Monday, April 16, 1900.

rickei-t -,A, cenfts. Laditta Frt-e. l-rte
Tranzi;pcrtatioxi tin Duu-tui.


CURES WEAK MEN FREE.


Send Name and Address To-dny---You Can

Have It Free mln h)e Strolg ind

Vigorous for Life.


INSURES


LOVE AND A


HAPPY


HOME.


Acme Beer.

TilH BES T lHFFR S SLl IN
PF;N SAt'(OLA.

Dinnlieisscr Bros.,

AGENTS.

A Sl l Md t!y r, Frry andWin. Yates.


The Jug Trade

Is Our Specialty.---

Pr .p;: I), 'i. : ,i ;:.l 'l-facntlon
Si Iu.ir: tit't'd.

Dannheisscsr Bros,


L. W. K NA PP, NT. 1).
1111W Rny MaTI T V iyUuickly cure blnvielf, completely liratcd i IL ip. I am 2 u%t a%
aft'r year. of suffe.ring front sc-xual weak- vigo~rous a.; when :it boy :;izd you cannot
ne-s. i,)t vitality. nient lo~tt-4. varianocole. realize how hatppy I ,tii.**
Pc.and eialarg" small weak vrgaiie to full --Dear 8ir :-Your mo.t hail w 'rked beait i-
size and vigur, s~imply %und your nname xad fully.r. R"tilt. w-re exact I' what I net-ded.
andic-is to D'r. L. W K napp. -,:7:; H ull St rong'h .ianIl ig-.r have~ comiplotoly re-
Huilving, Deu*troi-t. NI ieia.. in rd he will t u rild ioi d *.ntlarg.~nienit I. enti rely sat is-
gi dly sind I liefree receipt % it h fulldiret'- factory.*
tion, -n thatarny nian may eop-i Iv cure hi nt- I .-.r:- rY~our. %Rn- received and I had
self itTt-nive. lisis it-crtaInlv Fa ini*t goin- notrmho 1,!1'''Viiimkittniz 114oi4th rr',ceipt a
- rouse offer anialt hi..ftvllowin e t rp&et tAk.*u di ri-cred a'.d cant truth fully -ny it i. a boon
fronth hi.daily umail %how hatbi it-ii think t4) v-ikit 'ri I nrinin'--sily ituproved In
Uf ha I, iztnei u'!t IV. qtyle ,t eoiaiz th fitoh go
h*Iear iSir: xvv=i*~tpt mv 'rneo'r#- All ..,i-;iutl.,:i I trit!v "onfids-n-
tluiiitfo!- %ours of r~tceir d:Nte. 1I1.4%.tiftia. ?naaitl u!I 1jitmn*i %oA-.henv -lop'. Thme
,miven.i or rrp.'taim-fit a ti~.iht- ai.l rouv.ila' :.fri- 'fir th- arktika anz.i he waiats
tI io t iit IiuI a evii vx tri r.hkrdiii,rv. It itI. i i. tDutu to1 1ive 11. .


THE ORIGINATL--


STs LOUI1


A B. C.


BEER.


RIailroatd Exchanli.. 'one ",.



LODGE DIRECTORY

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
Pensacola Ijolge. No. 3. K. of P.
Ing at 7:.'i. at ('taitlo Hall.
in llutchinson hall. West
SI ntndlencia st re--t.
V'itting brethren cordially
welcomied.
H.H H. JI'DKVIt I.
I f. II.ORSLtR. C.C.
K. K. & t.
W. O. W.
live Oak Camp No). I 'iutilman offrbe
World.
Metf first and third Friday night in
each month.i. Visiting 'ltli ovierirn ordi-
allv invited. W. W. WArr,,t.
t. it. T I a' r ('Clrk. C.C.


CHAS. COTTRELL,
Artistic Photographer,
- .itO l ;1, Fl ilI-l HI BI' l.IINt.
_01'., SOUlTIH 'AILAON STREET.
Satisfaction (.uaranitt'ed- i a l-.' ry Par-
titculnr.


HINBIERG B O.,

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DUNN'S


HOTEL


'-N IUROPEAN PLAN.


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J. VIDAh, Sole Wholesaler. Palafox Street.
-- Pensacola, Florida.

LS0 WESKIISW. e ^ 3E. PORTED .N DO icESTiC

Pa! E1 Sdrils 1elratcl Wislics. BA R GA IN S
TI .1 80IIL1 OF ELEt Y 10110.
PHONE 154. : : : : P. 0". BOX 587. --
JUG & FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED
F. o v y t Any Part .uf tbi- ('ity.
j 'A!l1 ordorsg l.ft at Trfh qlt ce. \ itual & Mnith, will tI carefully
atttiinded to.


Thropp Rogulai



25,C Each.


T


Restaurant Attached, Open Day and Night.

OYSTE'R.S, FISH AND GAME OF ALL KIND-4 IN HEA.ON

Special Orders at Any Hour.
RArES:-From $1.0.) to $1.." ppr Day. LODGIN
113 and B519 S. South Palafox Street. Pensacola. I'loirila / 25 and 5


TIME TABLE.


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- $1000 "'1" t'l -.- -f .-- ri1 n( rt!a
of t0 i'r 1nty itll'I t t, i uf .iiuldilnl.
$2000 will ,,Uv --, m. "i .i( city
r $3000~ will 1-i.vw to r ', -',I. Ilalock
r ain al i s'.' at ri" i-it i'ti r 'i)r i
ry 'I'lli s pri op rty is A1 Ni. i '
o$4000,', '1'- "- "'"' 'rt B
prop'rtivy hta t i itait-r rfi.'it atilt ll t h. a!Wt O
nu Hli Haiyonu l:.lI l.it tl' Ilayls
S $5000 ',i i ""' w...- '*' t'""'t rst-



$6000 W I'itf,,,, -r,..t. .'f >.r t -roi
. ory. Ti can lii' inia' 'miia:-ely .Liliz-d for
blu ines' pn rp>t -4".
$ 7O0ll' hl ,1ill i "v i,t ailh :-'-ft front on
i$7000 rul : inaltd a -tt f '.rt #n '%-
ca iilz arinl d i ft fri't n rWirisiht. Tblt
G : prpeiy ll lift i mc ( c ,tt:2,i' *>ri a n. di'l thre r
G pl'inty (f rat ni i ol t iill la it ilo/-n i ,, i,' l mora.
0c wil$8000 y hitmil ,iioi.," r-.idOe
$8000 W onia t.it la Falae
fox and Tarragoria tia.-tti.

$9000 "lo''":-,"" "mld f' ari tilltdl.
Elegant prop-rty f,,r r r.oii ftrrnitIa r i and
,ltilry paimri>,-> -. "Tlia -.!nt -0 1-- ; ;t Outside
1 h! eit v lil i l. it..
$10,000 wil riv t .r t t ,
froit.


J. E. Stillman & Co.,

East Side of Plaza.


BETWEEN PENSACOLA AND JACKSONVILLE.
H. i A ATERS,


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JOHN NICHOLAS'




305 N. TARRAGONA STREET.
< i > T :T I : N i f..


(Deals at All Hours.


Open Day and Night.


Botcher and Green Grocer.

PHONE 172
l-r,-~ ', :. .. --*,-,*- : il N ativ,. M -:ta.

l'r, l D', I'.ily'.
Shop, Re-r cf Johnson & Son's Store,
IN I'I.\NIEN(. A sT.i-F.

JOHN McDAVID,

REAL ESTATE AND BROKERAGE.
SITY PROPFItTY. FAIMING


AND 'r) TImRJ IANDIS
P)'11. SAL1.E.


W)y A Complete 'tock of Fr'i:-. N:.:-. I'.:. I.-. Ci.4ar- a;: Ta '-" s
Co.itantly on Hand. o08ans Plieed at Reasonable iates.

Finest Oysters for Family Use a Specialty. '4 East Government street.


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Esmiolathic Phtysiic ri wa c1 E un- -
Late. ,r .aa. na. LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.
.. .... t-.. .. r......... .,. .. .. IN F F 'CT .1ANX F AI"I -.. ; *'.


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4 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 1900.


THE DAILY NEWS:
Meteredat the Post Office at Pensacola.
Fla., a second-class matter.

O< rtcKr: Pittl uildilng.-!; outi l'al a-
I"x street. up-stalrs.

PV'BI.I-H l-I* IIY
THE NEWS PUBLISHING C0'.
Ternms-Invariably In Advance.
Oe Year by Ma:l ... i,
tiea Montb *
*noMocthb
One Week. Iby ('rrirer. payait.le Mnday I'
TELEPHONE NO. 118.
Advertising Rates Furnished on Applicction.


PEE8AOOLA. MARCH. 8. 1900.

HERE is sonm excellent doctrine
on the subject of rotation in office.
from the Starke Telegraph :
One of our "rotation in office" contempo-
raries plaint ivly ob .erves that "noone has
yet been suggested to suecctd eit her tlti
present state comptroller or tre-at.urer.
And why should anyoni- be suggested? Are
the present incumnailits not giv:ng the put,-
liC w good service a- ifes w:than t1he bcppe
(f human effort Thiro, isi such a thing.
we tht.k. a, (arrv:yii ti:he ritat :ln t h.ory
too far. itid thot-e ptersort v ho arte re-tini
he-iar ,on. Clts alis o ut 1h1- tiheiory w.11l 'iud later on
1tst the I.>-ople du rot always < car, to turn
d(own a capable aud : t'r,'-nt oh':ettl irp.l;;y
that I lie offlee itav r.,tate.


THosE who are d ispoosed to i-dor!.e
tie 1xcumul ''L i~zhla ;-#--urv- -y-tI'llj
oaf tidU('tiouIi itii pril:j.try'-hni
may be iinteres',ed in the fi.lI'cwin;:
descript ion fL'oni ania ~xechange- of .111
cixperiilenit imade III t!-.- iubl .
s-cho"It' of Itl~ia. -N. Y.:
A cilasl cf 1w. lIV#,ti-yvt-r-oid childIre-n :
(0-galli~zcd. tAnd atsk-Illful to-iiac,--r x%. ti- ;uii
(-barge ho --v %% !1it ii:Lnat be doejti'on I
t:.of o(it;#!mr instai o',t honert (ay. iai.
tLiddrena 1.) :ia%- a-!! ri r--I t-! tlb.- lana-- f.


cialsit ho iive' tIuAi~rd I" '-*i a IQthat it
%iou~d betoie c-Ir iiall ;i 'nary mcla
e ,'cde ILit' '( ool in.to t. 'ir c'Iii c-
j, rout*. t eh iig a'up to 'e' re!.t tit hu, t d*
LOUr aii. thrc'Hii'. and n lo Itweogrouau ''at tI t
@,&ap timev. The coafido-nit bli-f Is -cheris!!ea
that the-c'hiiere'n Ili: cjUe'-ti-ircan (icit) thefull
armiount of 'Iudy wiahoart over('r(wdln;:
maalth(e reoinAnln I~ ke-pt se'll v4-i-:ilaiett-
and that to- tIt,'r %%.rk vrill I-- e'ca;L-
~''tbe priniary t.-act:e-r Itra.-r-lf.
Publit-liring ch-,Laws.
The Ki-sininice Valley Gjazette.
referring tot the strongZ advocacy of
THE NEW:-- and other s.tatp papers eof
the populAr publicnttion of thc! Iaw-.,
titate-; it-; oppei-iticil i the t,@-id--a thu-:
To tw m i-al athi. '-- 4i. ti,-t :-y- it in si
-t-et-dn di~'in' w : ali, -e)uube-vr nnc s-
&t.e rt(-.oiit ru,*t;,dn i.ay ; itiad atthIi. e p~c-)
&~atlP111".11 i- I (hor? 2. 11alIAIttamind

f-et AlUlig A. ntnni. 'aird k4-.c--P M.''if !Ia:--
C-2tha .-!, wv. IatI! to, 11- t %r ii (OUT i;,
i-ret-Sbcatiro: d'''. 'o.I la-riie ejt-iac'
1.,r it e'natialt. .1-.'fi, inhaeIInc.4p.-I-I: ra -:
t,.a&t ekt. h.-. hyti~- ; Il-.r. ior .. r '--Il-
i- u-htiuia .t" ti'' P'11''1 dciv,'~ital:raZ th.-
ilropoitcl- -!, j: olili )tni g- i t-ri -. .a. 's-,:
Ln'I' aklt likaci !I -iii .7'- 3i111t 0"!11311 1 a-c d
not it 1- )a1. 11 i r :. *,i. It -:si huit tI.-
jaaw.'rs c'r 1! nl a ---p3, c:] ''Ifi.!,! iriI

lad nt,:i.~a ':11-t -mu. t t-3t -

Ice Ir~e. ii.,- i I Who'ii I' Oughllt I"

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FLORID V POLITICS.
StateI Democratic Committee to Meet.
at Jacksonville March 2-.
lion. W. A. Rawl', chairman of
the Democratic State Executive
comn'itte-. has issued a cAll for a
n meeting of the committee at Jat k-
sonville at 11 o'clock a. m. Thurs-
day, March 22. 1.i., for the purpose
of prepaiini: to is-ue a call for a
state convention and to fix the time
and place of holding sucii coiivei..
tion ; also to transact stuch other bus-
ines- as may be brought to the atten-
ton of the committee.
The membership of the committee
! a-. fo!li<*W
W. A. Rawls, chairman. Leon
cotnltv.
John C. Cooper, secretary, Dural
county.
J. A. Carlisle. Alachtt county.
T. P1. Chaired, dead, I .Fayette
county.
Minor S. Jones, Brevard county.
J. D. Beggs. Orange county.
E. S. Crill, Putnam county.
Albert E. Willard. Citrus county.
J. E. Grady, Franklin county.
J. P. Taiaferro. Durval county.
G. L. Baltzell, Nassau county.
W. H. Reynolds, Polk county.
W. H. Milton. Jackson county.
Hugh C. Macfarlane, Hillsboro
county.
T. E. VWelles. E-cambia county.
P. T. Knight, Monroe county.

The Appetite of a (Goat.
Is envied by all poor dy-peptic-
whose Stoinaeh and Liver are out of
order. All such should know tlat
Dr. King's New Life Pill-, th.- wn-
ideriut lmach and Liver In-medy.
gives a splendid appetite, sound di-
gestion and a regular bodily habit
that in-ureQ perfect health and grnat
energy. Only 2.5 centz at any Drug
Store.
':itrtholiinav Beer on I'r..Ka.' at
: ul.-.;ie .X r b a'.
TIlHE ('IY (' )t eN('1
An Iintleremting lBuhintess M'etirg I.a-t
NI-ht.


A re;aul.tr n-.t-ingof :h[: city ,'oun-
ci! was held la-t niz!i.t i.'re--en:
Mayor Hilliard. Al.l'rn::i : r-e'-,i.
Avn'ry. Clri-tti-, Ha:i. li ay- I'f. i -
-r. Key-er. l:ar- ;aui (i"i l.-: --.
Th e mitluti of the ptl-revioln-: n: t-
i'n wn' r'-':d :ind approve ,1.
Tlp inlayor was .tith,rizi 1 to re-
m it the' ret ainder oif t.he i'- f J a-.
lReagan, a country bioy w!,> .*t:d .,t-
ten in bad company in town and
wass rvin.T out a fine tor .ca: rving
bra;, knucs.
The mayor subtiiitted a pro, ,-iti-)n
from the Pen.iacola I[ntlir:lli-v otfer-
ingt to provide one bed f.-r ;;.- l;days
for the use q sick city paup- rs for
E.-'i. or two beds for $NI,. all pa.ietnts
over this average number to be patid
for at S6 cent?. a djy for medical andi
'.1 da. for surgical case for the.
firs: ten days; 1, a day ther.-ifter.
After a full di-ecussion, all favor-
aoie. it was oird,-red thi:t t hi minattt'r
be referred to tha. board of public
afe;y, the ll iyor naid e:;y ll!l.-iLci;t.
to nact with ti-elal. with power to)
iI:tke coit!itact for on:" or twio las-d.
;as 1,1 iv Lit- fund Ineces-ary: :titl it
was ,or +i.red th.it $a 2'o. or n, n '.'h
t hi-r,.-af a- 'occ-s'ary. 1,- na propi i.tt, d
furo. i e hora 't puhilt c -ity p.,y
( i ri-c, ,: n >i -.i.lntti,,' ,i* !.:'.li ,-r
(1 *ii r t4 w:ii nif; i. -mbt oW "f .i.tl-
ti.- l: h,; t r.i of i.,.- l ;t t : 1. is:
iii .* il'';ia i trch ; i i i n; ;-
'l'ii+- .i\' '.y ,, ;ait;,tl>n a'- : > ta ;,'
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tii. ;! i;h i l,:ilt to, ti;-- at: li' .ii : ::)-
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thi ir po; I t. \ fo1: ''. : t .. :.. .i
Initi':ti noo;p t;iy b n r .:ti" 11. pr ;t
,V t o ** u: -h, r Qf th ilr ;p 'i : thl it
ti,, t,' !ril o ',i- .>1ti'- re ;.1 # 'd .1
pi -l. J lt wh'' w r*- a--.i t 1' city
w;r. a-vin 1 -;2 pil-- on w l;
W riiVy wv r'e to op >y S2_v'ai",; N Qt t.r-V

S a:i riitai' dl' :it S'i i tah- i .t'::.-
er;'II H ll Tl+pnoll ll ('o.. w ..o "W I-
r.-b-i', .I'.ti-- ,t t:nX ,iit $2 i : no.: a"i.t
U10 : I 11 -I '. I ',-* !,t W:. 1 'n it

at) 'l -I". 1\ e-: .eO tit ,f t I '. I i
C-ill'' oil !.e- '> ll:lp-l y : '.' t,, l'a : -
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Sl:u ll n ti -.. lla l,'m tlt lt.;tt i: tlld ru --
iil'tf tire L\daint- :it $;? l .' i ;i
\ "4r. wii i ftrred i to Ie ?i.,i :,.'.
Ctoniltllitte '.
l'l;e c1lo tract ni.id(le ly ti.. b .irdl
of iubl ic ;safety for Ilt' w-i wirt;; : -f
fire- ho-e. was approved.
The -recommendation of the ol;rdt
of public safety that Frank Maura
be allowed 7'._ per ce-nt more fr
feeding pri-'l. rs and that i .'o i :.
tmonthi be appropriated for tha; pur-
pore. was referred to the finance
committee.
lc ;a vote of two-thirds of ill the
metrhel- John lHrelli wa- .zanteil
nei ii s-iot to iimove a wooden i,;ill-


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The B00 at this season craes and No APPetit-"Icouad eat no bre.i- .
welcomes the Pinfying and vitalising fast and scarcely anything during the Economy and strength ar char.
properties of good's Sa-saparnla. This day. Since taking Hood's Sarsaparilla erntics pectduiar to Hood's $a,
grandmedicine woder fully cures Scrof- I am hungry al the time. Hood's has paril7a, the great blood rvrifier.
'. r o c Poisonir:g acured my primples, d impred my sina!e bortc contains 100 doses a
Boi:s. Pr.mr,'es and a.5 o.hcr comrlaunts general health." Gertrude Stoddard. s, "
caused or promoted by ir.rure b!ood. Peterson, Iova. Rerr:ember tol ast a monct, h thile others a'r
^ lla y3 .1 age to last but a 'week or fortreg
SHood's Sarsarar.la has an uMequal
reccrdof perfectandpermanentcuri

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he will tear down the wooden buill.- | IMPORTANr NOTICE.
illr; now there. ro the ('ontractors and General l'ullic uof
T'ne comptroller's report w i. pre- Pensacola:
sented and ordered publi-hed a- fol- Notice is hereby given that on and
lows: after the first day of April. 191, 1 n14
PENSACOLA. Fla. Iheb .it. t!vv. unionn mechanic or laborer will work
To thi aHo. Mayor and Council. 'ity of on any building with any non-union
O(entlemen--Below please .nd stateiuent Inme where there is an organization
of Keceipts and Disburs-emui-nts for the of said craft under the jurisdiction
month of January, ItA,. with a dataii of the Central Trades Council.
statement of the expenses for thie month:
asio a comparative statement of the Fliost- Il:f J. R. JOI'RDAN.
tng i tuht n January 3.st, iii.aiid lifeceml- --
C i treasury Dec. -iUt. ip..: "m 'per Ten" at Eugene Arbona's.
General fund -......... ....... $1o. 79 -
Police and fire fund 11 ,.;" ') T.> All 1oo1ii1ien.
Interest and sinking fund 7S1i 1
Suspen,-tund...... .... :,- ;.42 t;: There will be an important meet-
The receipts for the month ing of Hickorv Camp No. 21. W. 0.
of January were al fol- W.. at K. of P. Hall Friday. March
From licenses. i ...... t.X.K), at 7:30i p. m.. to take action I
Taxes. ..... : on resolution introduced at l:-t 1
Finesand poun l fe, meeting. Al-o two calldidatte" to
M isce'.lh neuus ... :( "-$ c. + ;*;' ..;.,+. ; . ... i


M atkin g
Tht- di.bur-t-ineritriw-r-m
Accoutri. payauble'
Pe'n .1ft ct, i a %V itori 'i)
Interest on bonlded debt


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Halancetc- mh in t treasury jf .-_,-ia
Thialibalatnct itsdistrizb-
uted aig folljw-:
(jeneral fund ............ i7,
l'ol ivi' and f'.re fund ',--7.
T interest an ii'ink ig !u!.,,: .

D eparl thet ofidPub-i c nSia f-!-'
1olije' laotvt-Ct:' I
$ala~raeiof !ilarnhalai.I ip
ti's andl Police -
Witt ion lia-uste t x.car,-.- .

tbtock Pound e'\ji I),
Kell I 2 PL)
Fire' l'rotic: 1(011
S'lri-of 0 tire? mitiat Fat-
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'['utah IDept.-of tub! reSuuf.'t
1)#-p!. of P'ubiic Wocrk.
Sta'eet-.. repair%
.M reet%. v I #,aru. na
C ros-i n K" arid sltlcwa~k-.
consctruhcta-ion....
t'rwqing-uand ',il,-'ailL..
rt'newal, fti..ad irepaijr!
S!wo-r. repairs .
Sow-''er-. cl--aiing iland !-t -
kiFrartea.'. retniuv l and d.'.-

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Mr. N. A. Ilinm-, f Ymci aa!:"tpr,
La... writing-I~ir f i- al ol '.i-t luila t)ilii 11
( -c:ip e fro lin (l:lia. :y-: p,( -iLre
arter !1iea-lt- i~i'd s:ion- lng

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pli'tf Iv Curt d 111-. 1 wou IA1 loot he
with- ut it f -eii if it v'I!t $;-) 04 a 1)i1-
t I o. 1l~IL~nr-d- liav# ti-ed it oin !v%
re('i~liei~~t aid andll say it ilfv~r
fal-ticire TLlrv. ('h-t ando Luau..'
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We are Sole Acgeiits For
Kay-evr & All' yin = (Chas. M. N.
l'-Iel~-all C~ev-laiid Wall Paper

N. Ptlafeix. Phone :;:. 4f-tf

Dtdfy Mait at Eu:.-.''ne Arboria'F.

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


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    ASK F"OH d(1 eC-ti .--'**i illy ;i, tihe- re-lef if
    in;liz,-tion ini it- va; i-d forrin'.
    S With prope4'r di-t thee Tonic will
    I 'll l 1 itc, tire st w,.r-s fr.erm- of thia tor-
    ,::,niltiL Iafllie'tion with it lhtndre-i-
    -. '*f" ob.--lrne -ymptoms.;often re-fi-rr.ed
    ---- itod other organs than the tonmaeh.
    "Three Feathers- at Eugene A:- By ttnif addition, it virtuep- a. a
    io ia.s. ,e-neral totnic and iiiviforator and
    .- .... ... blood purifier, are not impaired in
    Gold Medal- to HARPERwhi-key 'he hlea-t. No better nmedicilne (-;ila
    at New Orleana & World- Fair Chi- be found for the relief of tlose di--
    rc;~o Try it, yout will endorse the i -eaes that are so pr--valei-t in. t.he
    Judn-o's verdict. pring months.
    ,-, r ,," i I take this opportunity to tihilk


    Investigate the Convertible Term Contracts

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    Old Penn Mutual Life Ins. Co.

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    Large Quantites of 1

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    tics, White Goods and Printed t

    [ Fabrics, bought for Cash. We ^

    are in a position to make close :

    i) prices just now; but owing to [

    .[ the continued advance on all :J

    kinds of Dry Goods we shall y

    be compelled to advance our

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    Save Money


    S.. By Buying your, *

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    SLonsdale Bleached Cotton ... 9c yard

    Masonvillo Bleached Cotton 8 .'c yard

    10-4 Sheeting, best brand 25c yard

    11-4 Sheeting, best brand 27c yard









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


    hLOGCA NEWS NOTES SIN
    IRRITATIONS


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    i,; If Iiiard L..ea rC.-tlirniE..(frill)


    Rdievd by

    CJICURA
    For irritation, itch-
    ing,and iIflami -
    mation of the *
    skin, for caly /
    effecptiove aof twarm
    scaip,,1:y, y
    thin., at
    filling hair,

    ihed nnothin so
    pur so speedily
    baths with CrTICRA SOAPr, followed by
    geutie anointing with CuTicrKA, purest
    of emollients aidl greatest of skin cucs.
    sold throughout the world Pr-TTR D. aLe C. Cor,
    ole Prop. Boston. All About be talp d IIaUr,tm.

    movement in the Southern field. Dr.


    It. A I, f.v a r..i G I n i much beloved by a host of
    Kf Am.datiu-i.y d Ke- ^ ":- a: tr. peopleo in Pentacola who will be
    fA,,ltlu-, a tr- pleased to hear him t )-night.


    THE PRtINCE OF COMEDIAN.
    Alba Heywood and His Peerlem
    C nomparny.
    Everybody wi l be delighted to
    learn that Alba Heywood, the prince
    of comedians. whose marv-lous
    ability to impersonate, whose fun-
    ny topical song, bright, witty say-
    ings and sweet siiingt have estab-
    li-hed him as a prime favorite with
    amusement seeker!. will appear here
    March 19th.
    Few there -ire who do not remem-
    ber thi- coni-diain in his impersona-
    tions of "The Cuckoo Song," ''The
    Old Maid," "-The Chinaman," "Jo-,
    siah Allen's Wife." -Silly Billy,"
    introdncin. the wond-rful imnita-
    tiooi of calipe. ;,honogranh i and an-
    imal. hi-. humorous stories and
    Mr. Ileywood, a; beflta an artist of
    his ability, is always abreast ot the
    times and returns to us with a bran
    new program designed for laughing
    purple, only. He has surrounded
    himself with a carefully selected
    company, each being as fine in their
    res..ective lines as Mr. Heywood is
    in his.
    Hao is ace, iipanied on this te:ur by
    Mi.ai Ge-rtr-itje Mornrue the IBril.


    J. W .1-. !,-' l A!a..i-m.ng .Meszr-;. A. E. Baker & Co. are to liant Violini.ste.
    .... r.--:, r. ,1t t.e l-rcIuntts b- congratulated upon their enter- Mr. Gustave I'llrich. a celebrated
    -d y. pri-e in permitting the ladiea of the violincelli-t.
    NMethodi-t church to inaugurate thi Ethel Beatrice Carpenter, con-
    .\'; i.,- .,,.- t: ;. -. T..y i,,,iing of the new ('erdova restau- tralto. the sweetest bailade singer
    .* i. il- iii I'.-I-e C I. I -H) t-' ri nit. Trhe ladies did a -plendid before the public.
    .-k f. ,: All-ti- c t.J i-. bu-ite' y"-eterdly and to-d(tv and Thi.k will be tie first !ubscriptiotn
    I; J t-1C.I r. :,e--,::'i,: ( ,- tho- r.-t uiraiit i- bec, ini already co,.Ert here thi t-eason.
    S- \V,, ,.v ,,t N -w '. : ;- a 'I'lie' 'r ular. Only ub-cribe-- being entitled to
    ..... : .tickets..
    .... t ,t tl,.- .'.- "ti;t,:,t. nR.oet Arrives In H va,. ticket
    l..ec. It. .. ..,il., tt. i t. H'- IAVANA, March 7.-Secretary Root A. IR. De lFluent, editor of the
    S v,,r .*,, n ,. tT "l,1l., .--,-e. i- arr.red here this morning on board the .l,,rn', D,. yl.-,town. Olhio. -s t-e-'d
    Sr.ited States transport S*4gevwick. He f-'r a number of year.- rin f rheui-:it-
    1 c. S rd'w:mn cf J k-ioVi:. i ti-;i in hi- ri hlit -houIlde.;- aand -ide.
    tc'.. -.r. .:.T banas Fortress. General Ludlow wanti. I tri Cham-
    alo> on board the .edgewick. Governor \ w m 1t'.tinelI i.-,. trie'd wa -tr-
    1 .. l ; ,,:l .l General Wood. the division stiff and li.,d t- r. iv,- rtlif *.Ii -t i{nu..-
    S'c. I ,,i I t! ,,1i ia \\ t ,- the departmenCt of H vana staff were ,iatel T' h 't ,i ]t I:it hit i 1,ni ii
    i T ,,-rr r., -.- le i :1 ;-l d. cu vevid to the transport tug and e i l '.ant Irill ha- i .
    ,I fJ.. fS. ,.i .; rmn- cur:ea te party ashore. .. -inieo and it; v v, r fail.-" .'Fr -At-
    :it i a;,.. 1- ;itn.:i the .-- wh. At:nnta Pure F.ad Show. Ivt l t;lh;I! l;ri.. 2, iut!, P;l:.,fx
    t. 1. .. 1. I c o-r ta


    .I.... .- ... .., a- AT-LAxTa. March 7 -Tne forma open.
    in- );* :l'e inre food show, which is tc
    *. :.. i M. '*-. .. s N ,la::d ,f N r:'
    i ,1 a.-* .- f I cuntinue fer four weeks under the aums
    .- -. .M,-. ( t :.-. H. Ih1i-- .1 l pice. o: ':e Atlanta Retai Grocers'
    A ( lirt, i. a.sociati-, of-urred l.4 t night. rlin
    armory o; the l-ate City Guard. where
    l:'ti ; Ht n:i-in S, r;,-- th t ,. L i renitn b>,!d, wa crowded
    t i: Iarriv. J t-ii -itmlh iifi2 I ii"i1 St. u with vs::e,.r and counsidcrablo :nitrest
    ;- wi: e- in.tl> it ,Y th: f :ilwas inanitested in tt various bco:bts.
    .- < *. ,,1 lial tt lllt I __
    NW .Xw Macn Braiag*.
    .. iil !urvi y Iv. I..- 1MA('C:. Ga., March 7.-The Bracket:
    ,. \\ I wa- -cl,,,'. ','. I'r-.-..'tnt Brldge company of Cincinnati will oom.
    1 i- a-; .ihli- .> I i il-n; p;.e-aker. nenee work on Ap:il 1 on the new
    'i !:i.ti ( .*n:,<'-!. --,,ii of Johnl bridge a'ros the river at Fifth street.
    I in-* ih. laI.- I. t'r :.dil fi., a C:;y Engineer Wilcox will go so Cinci-
    ,-t tr ip tee Meldo w:, rre- it. ia- 1 nati next week to inspect tae portion,
    \ i-utilnz : Ifill- ;t:ali ltive-. of the brdge whicn have already been
    S(idr-i ii i 1 will l b.it. Tcu new bridge will be ot steel.
    A (';ildr,-n'- I'mai I all will he ___
    n aIt Cl 'jtt,-. tu-lc .tall tI-. (Corp r Kimn in I'liouasvill-.
    t airn l : yo nfiil ina~k* rs will .
    ; iir t in-,V,,t,. ..;;d ha-f.i-m w ,.. -. Da.y of .Xiojtans. the nruilonaire "co;)-
    :: 'S..i i,.1:.- per king," with his family. has arrived
    Heli-t. f l;,V Pl,:it ari H. \V. and is -.endin; tha %eaion in Thomas-
    - -, e smi.-ms:m. ee 1t t 'd..,,. w+r aW.n ,, v-iae. IIe came here from Washington,
    i 'e---... t -,.r !i l -1 ilt11i t I- I11.: Cla:k investigation committee.
    M r 1 .. \\ .trl. t -' ;" !,t t 'i.i I H linto y oif the Hi-..l -rt Vl milly.
    -t. .in i P: C., Marci i. M N 4
    - e c,1 l -.a r [ i. !1. 1 I t. T ,. : -
    t r i-- e I' c li- .-n M Pr-escott of A:,anta, Ga. l.-
    tuil-,'- 11 t i!- -i:,. !t1- e' trie C n v7;: t;-ing :he ht ste-r of th'e I0 .outit farm-
    t ': ,l. 'i, .'" i' : : iy () N-rin CCar utlll.,, wnich has aom-
    'I : .... ; ::i. i .scen'lant, 1.v;ir 1:! this towuship.
    i ,.-, t h,pea tru finih Hier worL
    :-' -;.'.." :' ,- '.- ,'. i, a few n:icntu .
    .. ,, i,, .e : --;.. i A, p sS' ( .c l..,_ South.
    ,, ) ;,,, '. ,: ,. r ,. : AT.a T.,T M arc. 7 Tue Interna-
    *- .. .A li:;: ... ;- tional Associatin of Ticket Agents will
    S .'" i,1 -'t:.c :t 1- i '. .arWiv frnm 'hlnTron tntlnorron w on


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    . \ iI S. m i i t i ef M in :. ; n .

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    .'a"" T"'ii i t e eit { t.. i s
    I' I ',- *.. I i;:{ ,,' ; 0 *I
    : ,: .1 I t,, 1! I "l I.. _. I," W IIn :


    The


    iaz e /livt irum i..ngu tumuuruwIVaUa
    special train for the ninth annual con-
    veation of the organization. About 400
    agents and their wives and families are
    in the party.
    I 1,! .I:1;1 1(. 1,\ <,lIll.'I (-II (. 1.


    C('ape .MN y" ;': I I gnAl Alb.iia' .

    4 A -pecial U:zetip"2 ef
    -Ev .enitiiea Lcdge, No. 15,
    F. & A NI.. will -e hli-ld
    att e,'ci,,ck p. in. Friday.
    \ \Vi-itin g rethlr.,n fra-
    te rnaliv "invited to attend.
    Hy ,eIdtr WV. I.
    L. ('. I'I.:NN ;'TT.
    Stcretarvy.


    lie l-F'xled the Surlgeoia.
    All do-tors told Renick Hamilton,
    of West Jetfer-on. 0.. after st offering
    l, months Iroin Rectal Fistula. the
    would (ldie unl,-s a co-tly ,operation
    wa-; performed; but ihe cured him-
    e-If with five boxes of Hucklen'-
    Arnica Salve. the -urest Pile cureon
    Earth, amd the beht Salve in the
    World. cents a box. Sold by VW.
    A. D'AI,-l)-beite. Druggist.
    NAVAL STORES MARKET.
    Reported Daily for The News b)
    Mesars. A. M. Mosea & Co.
    ROSIN.
    W O W ....... ... ... : .. ... ... ...... .. .. ..
    %N ... .. ..... .. .. .. ...... ...... I *.
    M ..... .. .. .. E ... ... .....
    K ... ... .. .- ... ... .. ........... 1 "
    , hPfi TS TnPK.Ma tiNr--:, cents.

    No better Cigar for
    the money made-DUR-
    HAM--at D'Alemberte's


    Room Mouldings
    in :ill .;1de-. plain ani 1 f izcy, at .1.
    E. R -- ( '- N u. 1 N. Pl'l:sfox.
    ]'loi ";" "if-t I

    Bear the 1 K:nd YOu tHave Always Pout!


    (. \'. ",L"' w' e I '. II -t.. ('itie m-

    w.-' h,,., e, !...:'a I i t f 1 ., Furniture at all Prices.
    S.. "' .. f t,., H :.' ;:..- T'.r a, :,l tw. are -(-lliir.- Wdiiii,4. rooi t:ahll.-
    ic ..T.' l!!:t l (l il i '- :.. .'A ,* e', it t liarr.-: iti pI i'e'-: a.l-ee stov> e ., 'eil-
    tt:l- e'i ,e. !. r ,' ; ,*:ittir,-l'.'" v -prin.t-. ii.itllr ;-. kit.h!i n i-aff -s. atil
    .:,' e'," :iT:., \\ .\. i hAlf.i- kitclin ceabiniet- witit bread b,:oard-.
    hIn ;,. f ,-; |for ,lLnr. awl dam wiw-rs fin,
    S11ite li- n ltecn-il- a i t table. warf.
    1 I : .r: I : : :. .\ rte 'i c a l d -i! e' X:ill i l, t ihe n at 0 M .
    I .iv-. 'ryo 's lr.ktr a ;i -'urniitIr H onill".


    Forbes Store.



    , SCHOO00 HOUSESer-


    Without Teachers would not be much

    worse off than School Children without


    UMBRELLAS@ -


    POLITICAL AIOUNICEIENTS.
    For Itepresentatlve.
    I hereby announce myself as a candidn e
    for Representative of i'-eaInbla co'unt\.
    Florida, in th legislature. subject to the
    democratic primaries.
    C. MORENO J< NFS.
    O* For Bepres hiRtative.
    I hereby announce iivy-eif as a cndrldit,
    for lepriietatliveof 1-:-canriaa ',,untv 111
    thALpegiqlaturp, sutjet tt het Il ,it-imratic
    k rimaries.
    .!. ". MMKT V .,,I.,E.
    For Sheriff
    I hereby announce niv.etf a, a candAtiitt,
    for ShriTff of KYcambia Countv. adi r.--
    spe:tfully a'k the supportt of it'y friend
    amd voter% of thile *'untl If ,l>t",,! I % ll
    di-chiargt- the duti.. if .stidid trice ef!tc.ently,
    fairly ahid iipurt.i.aily.
    WV..H. H -i ci:IN,i1N.
    For Sheriff.
    I hereby announce niself as- candidate
    for re--ele tio(n t thefe of lriflT of i.;-
    eambia county. Florida. and Policit the blif-
    frages and inIterest of all my fri-ndu.

    For Sheriff.
    I hereby announce myself a candidate for
    sheriff of Escambia county at the ensuing
    election. J. C. VAl PELT.
    For Clerk of the Circuit Court.
    I hereby announce myielf as a candidate
    for re-election an clerk of the circuit court
    of Escumbia county at the ensuing election
    and ask the support of the voters.
    A. M. McMILLAN.
    For Circuit Clerk.
    I announce my randaidacy for (' erk of thli
    circuit t ('Court of E v inih:a r>t.uny. Ilhevktr
    to tilt action of tli"- el -ulln li 'emllor raltic
    pri ala ies. tE. 1. L. I. A N-I .i..


    For C'ircuit CI-rk.
    To tit-- Vo terst (If I-;nctiill a I ollint y
    I !werebU anicnuovee ni '-11 itacar,'l ldat--for
    thecWho,-e'of cle-rk of ti. circuit &eili't of
    l-~vaiiitibla cmelltntand v.ill be jilt~a~ewi te
    limve. the N111 ppert eit :,m' frit-nd and the
    veetvr- de'ntrrlly. .1 ifN ;4:.1AHi A.
    F~or Tax Ciojlptuotpr,
    I ii-re-hv atLiioun(-i'. mvse-lf sa' ca.Iit
    f. r r-ele'ttona.Ti Co-liictor of li.iCtoii-
    lint vui~itv. and ,o'k the -.upport u iii
    friends atill voters generally.
    A. H-. IALEM .,:,{1I F.
    1emr Tax Ctollectoir.
    The inary friend, of .1tiilgA F B. H. leeii'ms
    hay ii g ehtaismd hii.Ceiii coowt herelo v jilt-
    tmnvutmo him am it canditlote for Tax ('edl.rot.r
    oft I- Ecwmbla county tit t h- en u ng electlion

    Foar Tax Apite.sf-s'r.
    I her-+% aittniouncet. iev.If t- a c~tid .dals'
    for 'I ax A-t-es-ei of Icoi .: luiity. ,ihi-
    e.etwt !i hie :1t14111 eofCHeit- ivimocrati(' lrinin-
    If .-If-'cted I t~xpeit to nit it thie npprei-
    hatioii of t~iletax i *r il ~d iil doin)il'
    dukt y i n Pt.ry Iiet it i a I *.i -,% Lk nIi I d~h
    thme Otlice t-iefri-

    For Ts%~--cier
    1,111 4-:1ndiliiicy ofW 11:laittii'W. ln~tich"dl.
    here-hv t ii itin-ed ft-ifr it. .1 ite-, atit x it--
    %v~iiiovfir E-canibia icountya -iiiect teetile
    action (itf thle deniocrativ pri le:Lr*e,.
    leer Coiunty Treasutrer.
    I hortl'v antionct, imysplf fir, ia eanddielat'
    for reimeint inatliltias t rva-.urtre-Ioef I-in
    county. silt0 jo-t toeita dici',ionlitt thbe i ili
    demtnormst m prinitttry ele'tilen. aind res'ePt -
    fully solicit t he !uppem'-t of t fie % ecter. of I ho'
    COuntitv, pledging lst -c-f form the ftit cire ho
    s.amie faisiliftil peerformimw~~ce (f (duty tIhat 1
    hav- ne ttueg ere-d to hoiti i durn zg mv paft
    t en ure of tIle office. Ji W F? 'R.&5It.
    For Justice of* the Peace.
    Iheireby, announce, my can~lidacy for re'-
    election te) the ceffic. cef Ju't ice if the t;o
    !or tilme, ecetiel 1i~tiiie't. liej-i'ltO to 0e4-ic
    tioli of tb th- emosthtin g pjynn m: *-.

    For *Justict-eof the l'race,
    At the ugge~tmo:. cif tuhenrous frieoItet. I
    httit-loy a tmmtmeoiii4 111V (li.111l.ilI'V for tree
    eII` ft.. lc meftv eefthe. cL It et-trt 't. 'ut,:+-(,tto
    I 'm-F.LA'dll. '4..
    leir ~wmlu it p-ti 1mit 1eimd-t.
    I im iti ccantiiitive (.r *te''; oeu
    eOeat lof pulllmeiv t, tyileI ,I to iii'
    %e. It et. 't It II"t h -rlmIart *. i I-0 p etfiIt
    I~ ~ ~ ~~~. %t elIIiaeteia mi F~. ,e. -%
    F.11- scmeiIk,.1%41m -lWIit P11enm~it.
    Iethe eN r.of F-ruiiiiinmc4ctiiitv:
    I olmeibillv atImlliie %. at (I 4 'k Ifll.-c111 il 1a."fi
    ff It-d.11a ulid %o clt t. re.'

    Fi e r Supwrrlt~mwii(tit -rfPublic I i, -

    1',- Itlit, \Iit -rs of l'.e e a ('ei !j t v
    tiet. b% in:.e.lnvo, Yi v--..' it ctiine- lla:' !(r im-
    :1 !.0 1 !1te. lt ot f olm yltttt 1;i wI m t- I-
    twit-l't..l toe have I I (,ij f evf 11V II -id(.
    mod tm l.-rim- I it!!.chu-t. ,. 1 iu


    'Ii' toi teeh tit- i:vye ct eof frivndile.
    I 'oie dc i 'tt)ea amzi l t l m..i :ttiiat

    foriiipf :-I o lcmmml-h, I I -?tueuliti JI.-im t.
    1,, -.1;. Tf'i I: .) I f" NI l: I.t M *..t4)

    Itlu l #IIf M 1: 1 -, .S I I I (e--I It
    ef !o- F HItit),zitci C cmiv -l I- r:


    THE PEOPLE'S STORE,


    A.


    e


    *-NEW ARRIVALS!9

    OLUR first announcement of New Arrivals of Spring


    Apparel.


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

    We carry all kinds; the largest assortment in the


    city of well known brands.


    Among them the famous


    " fr;i/7/,ln I/>,*////," famous for fit, style and finish-in

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


    dealer or customer can den\.


    You may form some


    idea of our offerings by a glance at our large exclusive

    Shirt Waist Window, and they arc cheaper than

    heretofore by reason of our Motto: "s.i : Cil .' .\\A

    T I:RI:I INCKI .1I1 TH1E BUSINESS."


    New iIP[Q An IUDDAIlDIQI Nw
    Arrivals! IWt NLIMU iUDIRULU.Sl! Arrivals!
    Our Contre Tablers I--r w:tgini beneath a zoodly ihatr ,f t Newe-t
    Thin'.s in Laice- and Emnbroideries.


    -- Edinig anA I :inertini.


    Halt Inblr,- :Edg ill .2- Io '-eertiolkz


    \Vilentcia Lace anid ltinwrtiell-.


    Point tie |Sp|-i t, Orientl andl Plat V tl. I.;,.-.
    ,.,> ]I.te ina IIt- H{aiIIIh!:'.: -d{ iiir. six y ard I I ;zt!:-. w,,it 7.t--. t, i at ,-jo .


    Sweeping Sale of Muslin L'nderwear! *

    One Lot Chiil'- Draw-r-. iemiiined and tu -ke l. -i.z I a ti 2. at .. 14Ic pair
    Size- 3, 4. o ad i, on 13. ............................................... l,>c pair
    Oiie Lit h'ciiit' T''ri-lmnled Draweri- at 'C*--t .Iark.
    ne Lot C'lii ll riminh d Gown- at (' e-t Mark.
    )One Let CHildi'- Triinimn d Skirt- at ('o-t M;.rik.
    Onte Lot Misse-' Tciinined Uownis at a 'ot atMark.
    One Lot Ladies' Triniml *d (Ch' l i--e, worth :;.', for.................2)c eacth
    One Lot Ladies' Tritintid C:tnbrie C'l nie. wcrtit 7->" for ....... Vic each

    =One Lot Odds and Endstw
    In Ladiec,' Skirts a'ild (wnti to Cloe o(ut at (',-t Mark rice.


    4'Pl


    DeFUNIAK SPRINGS.


    Two 11m iir Ifrom i' iism 'ila via 1 & N It.

    Seat of the Florida Chautauqua now in Session
    Until March 27th.

    i) x'inest Resort in Western Florida g<
    H i h -t A t!t:;;'l.- i,, '- S;Ita -Pu \V:t -r an.I 1!vi\ ;-.'ttiL ('linate.

    THE BE T OF AFCCGMODATiON AT HOTEL CHAUiAU6UA.


    MAKING ROOM


    For Our Fine and Extensive Line of


    Spring Goods,
    : *, '..' :;,:. F t!.,ir, -t,,,'! < f \V ,., I ".i' t i at

    l' i n: il miC il e L


    JUST RECEIVED r r.f .- .... ,..





    *-JOS. COLEMAN.


    in this country. We've had in mind

    not only the large quantity needed, but the


    12I ,i-N '~e~


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

    The maker was given a hint as to who they


    :or and quality was not spa red.--- -


    NEXT WEEK


    . r-.


    We place on sale 50 Silk Skirt Waists,
    tucked front and back, $6.50 value, all colors, this

    sale at $4.98.

    Ii t'e.:te.r tCounter we offer 1,' ieces Tor chou Lac-- l., and 1. S i. )on't mi-s thi- sale.
    !:-:naiit- ,of Embroide-ry at Half Price.


    h but


    1 '- Ni-. .-'\W',..t c,ad-d+.n -tre,-t, roriiin, -. 2
    -tVrv i ,'
    w ere ', ,a- [ht rci str-eet,, room!. -
    -tory '."*
    ,. -- r.a-t Ch'lurch st !t... re.onr. 1
    '.torv ;".' C'
    No. 1,I1 Ea-tr l1-th -t r-.-t. ', rio itmi. I.a-t
    H il -i: "
    No. :' 7 W-,-t IChit*m- stree-t. 7 reinil.
    f n : 'h ell I .-'
    Nc. l.-ee North Alcatniz tre.'t, 7-. r mtn-,.
    1I tory t i l. i
    N.>. ::: FI- at (Chae tr'-.t. room-.
    i n.-ltr I.:brarv .
    No. .1i1h'ri'h le'IV ill i-.r4.es trert. 4
    r,)cit -n it(ln li-It liitp "' ,*
    No. i25. -ntlti IIeV';li-re sirr.-t. 4
    ^^ ir( (,ln-. on bv-ilt !in-
    e -v-.ral -inalte-r dIwell/nrnc can l, -thirfwin
    you upn o 'all at thi II, /1 ,/ in' .? f l'r fr. u., r.


    TDO8- .Ufatso e
    wm Av md a m Ari


    n Re a i. anidInsAra,
    Rental and Insurance
    A I" mm --


    - Y


    J. M. FTTT IARD & CO.,
    -Mran illfaeruret- 11td Dealr-. in-

    Carriages, Buggies, Wagons and Drays.

    c- Repairing Attended to Promptly.=

    :3, EAST GARDEN MT.


    - PENSACOLA. FLA


    Roses--Carnationas,


    0 I am selling the pro,!uct of the I:t semont and Ilighlandol ark f;Garens of
    "Mouteomery, and on twe.ve hours' notice can farnish any amount of I jt Flowers
    and D'esigaO wanted.


    Carnations 73c per dozen.
    American Bezu.ies S3.50 to St.1)0 per dozen,
    All 0 her Rnes$ S1.50 to 11.75 aer dczen.


    Delivered
    to you.


    /I


    Schwartz,


    Proprietor.


    *'em


    A generous assortment, large variety


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    8 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, IVARCH 8, 1900.


    THIRTEEN.
    "rhairtem is iunlucky," may@ I to John Gray
    Thaltimane he rut married the thirteenth of May.
    Rtut .1 I~n f- ju-t lrt1anid said I wa.v --re
    aPIJ- t wa~htIII':t z .lAJI5getTLU art 5M sOre.


    -.1 t' ''ve '.. s aince t.1 f.'r]3 t three
    I va- 1,: 1, J. !q` ..I-. ill N' NI. %




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    r! %4 r, t re tt ty



    DY LATn aII







    Aarid J ;j ..!.t- 1 he a aaI1t ate 't





    j'Iit-i; i s t*. to ll-it-ra I io t ttlit e '





    T-at'lt'. vla it'hak v aa'-i tied t 1,; It
    t'-!i-t i v areI a k a'r -Ctlu T

    k 11e:1I*o IT Wft :'r1- id 1! hr 1
    in a neir suhaurta. buttit-!ii. Spkit lwe-
    11u14- fther i hi- u rafins. AsFthd
    cool harbvo 'bezsr. 'dr mi -i!,suuoAnamon
    theho3agtwco leftthe itfico- andlayind-
    hin loore the iculty toienta~nh u

    %%neasyhi. afterathbrisk wnll. rm
    Theyr- wuert. ly .'zitor Fidia t ella ge.
    wIn a I-arindla3- ,ut&'d the ker pk. l-
    ienusliof teir v-ilaiscnapba ines.1As thea
    terary agetacrow ss the b1ayj.Findlay wa-
    torac ada t the '' mle unliv i'htime guiltily
    fitierrytti ethey eni'0te.redialcottage, oIft
    wic Findl ~ay-au I anva t atet-k'sty.
    clitie ula-hoet hti3]s Ii.' ilat't'.l Ia nti t a~l
    lbar tandt'.itnoi wetIlas-h indatt..'S of it-to-'.

    ship 'wa as he eIneutael which i:taI htai:l

    ht~4 *41 dis'-. i e'e' vtll ar-''' : o, bal !*-

    life'd tr-I tt -ta ml'i ft is pouli .3 lthat

    Iaatiugi' ta' Ishr.1- NN'. 1 w-.11


    It-I. t I .i s I114 rt. iagI I; .t I IIl~a t 4 I rt~ ', ir

    t h -tar-4 is,' oitl 3 ;1 i---k la- re. I# t he --



    .11 14 WIL' 1 11141l i a *-.4 11I W %\ W '


    ( IIN-II 1114ea i. 'a t ~. t 4 1tf Intl qv-t

    IFitallnI~q tifleta ta '0 j1t-:i1L

    from his we~is if :1I n\ it W:71-.

    ari i. it. ktoI4 Il d

    to N'.a 11.:1 tli .-i i i T*:V



    ft i'i1


    I o et' l4'1l I is ltia r I 1a-1, f:.aa :,1 1. ai, '.

    "l ia''r.' t 114. vI.II r1 P wy [!h. L\ t o 4hd till- t111
    a ig t"I. 1.Iia'-t tittt'ojilitiui-ta

    fitl [t'.~ il:. u- al a i l'-.aIls i ll 4 \%I-. te' i,'1!1
    4ie641la4111 1 it14'a- ~te. It 11. 1 J! I
    i' -_ liti. .1. 't 41114s. '111 m icu t -: :t f a-

    %v .'I I, it I4'eI Ii r I I :.% %1- v t he d .io- iiit-
    ri cl1 "a a~ I- lar- Vi'1t." z1. .. : I10: T, -w th

    f4t N\t I 114111al 4' tll ni~i ll I t )"I, fai ff.nh 211"'!



    It IIaI L \ I

    A'~tt l lt. voi I e l 1 11. 1 ita %%v AtI I'-

    (41. t l hie 4ot i. ka' at artnoi : ala] II I I- ll! 1,
    01141 1.-1 \v it Icc- t


    I t Nt ntiat'I, i ll,) :IfIt A

    atad dl :'* rut! kill-\%- 't fo a -'i ata
    -~t~ti 'n- I w; t h. f,,,- realliiiLzrh htiw v-.
    "A 4401111. f r the flac1141Ia ver1e04.. -
    -\V I v I I. i aI%.inacrdaneIwth




    -1 b rpod :ivod:tth.tic fOt


    to make that brute money pay me some
    recompense In luxury for the misery It
    cost me. Alice comes home tomorrow
    an,1 I've arranged for a leave, and we
    shaiill make a little journey. first class.
    I have discountedl either outcoieo, you
    see."


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    A1 fri;'.;tn.'. i.i'rk hold their t l'ephone
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    Shlint One llHears In the Telephone.
    It N- ,r'y li:irl to realize that the
    iv':-'' ti.t' lhair's Iover Il tel'etiplone is
    141 t e',. voti'e off t l' p'ersiI whio is
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    Human I.lnmiatilons.
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    t!1 litr ft. t'-I:y ; :';a !,:.- ,,f ,*;l'I,-tlig that
    l-a;,-'t h tl. :i;n.: z Lo.s' this attrnek thbe
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    iehl:'a .,f' hue- tvlih,; cannot learu to speak
    l'"it'n'hu..--lo-.t o u B[;Lu 't.


    JOHN RUSKIN.
    Few men hare done more in


    ORCHARD AND GARDEN.
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    THE PEDAGOGUE.
    S The ChA< N. ,, N o, ::h;,!-v t*I-ti Ir!I%,< iry
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    a ella--ttiat i -f I l'- iti t- :.t -la -iii :-ih. at
    fitn' of St,,',i n :il ,- tta ',t t f ,., .i:,d
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    -- -~a-- 1-iiA IIJ lt.' "VI it. Ma. 'W' If. t

    yv-ar- atd al( av- --triced ra-'aiptie'r' with-
    mittwiaathk-r. baut PaiinBailmni-4 th#'
    a 4ia-(l'tPI lavi. -' ot hould ee4.t'
    Oiw vpltjivatioitn -ii.-athai pain.
    Fo alse hcy Hannah Bros., :-' S. Pal-
    ~ iV af.ax street.
    -h'~i1~ JiI Twill-repair v,- ur watched and
    jewelry in firs-t-claas ;tyl3-e. J. 1.
    oflfl('dicil) thatt govs in a Stepliens.
    prescription 1fihle-d ira thai tore Is
    pet te-ctly 1 ute'. Pure- drugs mehin a Med~icallocierv. Arttention.
    -p.-'.-'dy recovery. pi'.). (j, tji' 4II,.tlet; There will be a regular merting of
    a re-'lapse. Yoti watit! thle h.--t. !,,t tho Pensaccla MedieaI Inci~t~-t ,at
    u% fill younr presci iptimi.ra ndl sunly)vl the Board of HOa t0-iOffice atI
    athae-r we-cit icji. V. 4 'I. (Ureen & V.'. o'e'ltck p. n.TuosaDiy. Narciai 13 and
    -Th'I''-eIr.-s~criptiotai DuL'gi?.1t,'' S. -2A !th-
    I-il~aficx ~te-.Phomae 391). -Vi-attiniz phy-aicraiansaro ccrdtall~t
    invited to atteimd.
    D. W. MCMILLAK. NT. D.,
    'Pil.1' 'I ~~l') 1111T1C1 resider t


    IntAI M11 1A


    E. F. BRuCE. r\. D..


    low timany mletl -ipendl frin ilt to;doo are rea t to
    23 cents," all. f,'tr ci"t';ov'll dritik'4 ir o t oIfo fo
    :te:.t a: fri aln. y.-t never think to, house-keepinl', let f1tarston
    'p; 'ted T (' oII's ev. hI'* ttther oy Y F iti.. f i! r o
    tred.t th i i wiv,-. at h1,'m11 t,, a l l,._ i/ur ouse
    pure w:.-r tti'v can drink. andii f>r for y/O. The ,y will save zo011
    ousehol I wu'ir;e,..-. tl.w it,,:lt vi,, #1110'11C O. t' credit is good
    ,t lpumtlpl) .-r di:%" I ii ,f -/tF ur credit is 600
    ,i.,r,-l we.ll. l.'on.thiiiko (f thli-. Add W i'//it thi .tiM .
    'o thei (',,i. 'rt, ;!.ial li-A' lthi of y'-ur,
    I'1ll,- -'-t is -Ill i- ,nly ab,,t lt 2
    't- a (lay. R INNL1 IO N EE !
    Sir imtl t er iifnriiittiit nal 8- t(
    *;it, s-. jil iltlnm tL perm its. ,tr'. A-l-
    il-sI '- A PE A 1.4 \W TI lt ('o .
    MV. Prir. To
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    ~ AWARDED
    FRWCNi NATIONAL ?RiZE' Geo. Pfeiffer, Agent,
    OF 3PENtSAC'OLA.
    16.600 FRANCS Try It, On Tapi at all Fa'As


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    k .ptt tt-ttt, hd d'.4 wit ia titk ;ri.[.t-a.l 4andI iotla-r In-
    orParis: 22 Rue Drouot 4t. .tut11,tifl..nIll IV h.-' 41(111 a ppl i-
    New York: E. Fougera &Co., 26 North Wl.'Lam"S1. ato iF.HGR .zinli.r


    M- anofatfurers of and Headquarters for it


    Celebrated McMillan Seamless Turpentine Still,
    CaO t it lp u alnd, ud reirin done in lt iecouati,

    MOBILE, ALA.




    ,'JOHN PURDY,-

    Foundry &' lYIachine Shops,
    C'ENTT AL WlIAltF, C',. JE FERK-toN AND PIN ,ST-ET:T.,


    Telephone 344.


    Pensacola, Fla.


    PATTERNS', '.ATINrS, LUMBI.F TRICKS, SIALL KILLEDED
    Car Wheelk. \Voi ,(u i fro- Pullr'-. H'miner-. ,oxe. Et9 .Mianu-
    factured t > Order in First-Class, Workmanlike .Manner at Rea--'n-
    ble Rates.
    Dealer in Machinery, Fittings and Supplies for
    Stationary and Marine Application.


    OFCRw"


    WOMEN WHO WORK.


    St. Louis,. Mo ,Aug. 12.
    yhcu~gh 0-11v 13)xears -h.I a- f-'c-
    pains and Ifemri :e tro-uhlt-s two v. 1. I.-t
    spring I got ''4 t-a~d I haid lto q it w" ri. 1 ..
    to sul port fliyaaeif. anti o~t,a'i -it .1fr1 d a 1
    priedeudd etcur I Rot itae ft %%::I I
    Cardi aral thV' Ma.!e rme t I bette~rif
    110W u'tk-d 'F.-Verall- At' AMi'A-ttaia '
    mother u'e~li 0:e' Wane for Ihc.aaa'ct i. .
    w" greatly relieve 1-


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    Many Or's an.Il x -. id ttan 't -e"t' ir n- h--
    vari --us ax!.' a'< --m. :. T.'r -tI*a--V :: --

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    Sole Agents for Celebrated YELLOW LABEL and
    j--other High-Grade Whiskies. e*

    PROPRIETORS OF THE OFFICE SALOON.


    H. H. WICKE.


    Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter.

    No. & South Palafox Street.
    All Kinda o. Piumbiz ar d (.aJ 0 Fitti:pr.- M:;tf-rial,' K.- ; i P ,




    o--PKOPKliTOK !F '--o

    CRONIES SALOON
    o-DIEALER IN-o


    Imported anod Doestic lines, Liquors and 'igar.
    JUG TRADE A SPECIALTY.


    Co rner elinont ind Devilliero .Sts.


    F. ('. Hlt!NT.
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    OF PENSACOLA. FLA.


    WM. H. KNOWLES, W. A. BLOUNT. F. C. BRENT, W. K. HYER. JI
    D. 0. BRENT.


    irIip Ai Dili Eszcl e Bc ht a 2Sc.1

    ADWe draw our own Billk of Exchange on Oreat Britain, Irel
    Germany, Franc". Anatria, Italy, Holland, Spain, J1olgium, R oasla,
    way, Hweden. Denmark and other European countries.

    Sj'Vsoel- Dtibur-ed upon those Most Favorable Terma, and t '
    ObligatiorsHTakpr Payablrt at Port of Destination Ten or Fifteen r.
    after Ve-imsl Arrivre there.
    CWySafety Deposit Boxes for Rent in Connee:o''t
    -ith which we have a Prtva*e Apartment for thet 1-#e
    of 1a t ora.


    Cold Weather
    Coming. .
    ordr t6-r-i 'l -n ;, ,
    c',l(i nsi ;irriv'-s. %% v-. %.. ,
    to,--t ('coA ou 'van t .prot :,r- t ,- .
    or .n-rinX i.urpotP-,a :'t r, ;-, .


    TIomp8o0, Olser 9 -
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    Coal and Wood.
    '"Iflc anl Yarl: M 1 .. o-.-
    aud Ia.:.noa' a:ret,'.


    Telephone No. 147.


    McMillan Bros. Co.


    kN Coppersmiths,

    General Metal Workers


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    RUMORS OF PEACE AGAIN.
    Noitulg U TauleptICIuZ At tbe Seat Of
    W~sr In 1%fluth Africa.
    LD"1,March 7 -r',r lack of news
    from Fit.r Mir-ii. Lord Roberts. at-
    ten'v n tauxnit-t, a~Lit ii reporteai
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    ACTS GENTLY ON THE

    KIDNEYS, LIVER

    AND BOWELS

    CLEANSES THE 5VSTEM
    -C7 EFFECTUALLY,


    OVERCOMES- 'r I' -

    HABITUAL CONSTIPATION
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    ROBERTS VERiY CONFIDENT.
    Haes the Enausay in tull Retreat to the
    Nfirth and East.
    LoNToy%, !larch 7. Field Marshal
    Lord Roberts his telegraphed &3 fci*
    lows from O..o~itein, March 7:
    410=r o!:caratonq today rremice to be
    a great suczess. Tne efleL'Y occupied a
    p.avition 4 mil~es nor~h and ;I rmiles
    south of the Modder rivur.
    "I P'aand General Co:)*'v i:;--(1 vi -;.o n
    onh the ncrc'o b-Aul and Gt-' "eral Kitv.
    Ktinmy's and Tticker's d.vv!:" -ng, wil.o
    cava'r7, c.-- the sooth. 'i ~c 2vt ry a:.
    v.-sion P~urc'eded in Iturniag the en 0*
    MT'filer ft k.op~ening a ruad for tjic
    Sixth czvis-on. waica iq andvau~ik-ag
    %Vtai::tICavnazg be-en oL'l:~ed to ftre 3
    san't up to L ne praseat txm&-.
    -;- -7 :.~ara i!., ful: r~trr-at tow!.rd 3
    cakvn.;::V, ore -e Mi.erv aud nonutiel
    in far:-. v.,'n i e. iucicer's Sqveutii divi-
    !!i03, o Ti :' Ninth division aud the
    gzard'si'.v:-,;ade, under PQ~e.C.Arpw. are
    rnak~ng thonr way aeroiis the river dt
    Pop~ar's drift, winera I 17r:pose to pace
    my hea.4qua.'tara ttn~s eveaing.
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    aiw' tlall io ne f,-
    ;ethc' uith fno-.tory build-
    tio' < by -1,2leet with new
    tihranf i:eP'f .tecl roof. Filer
    A- Stoueil Mfahinery. Ca-
    pacit' t.. entf-flire to thirty
    th/ou.IanItd feet per da(y.
    1a rQ(i/ for rif;it, party.
    Owner" fone out of manu-
    f'aturinf husinS.V' reason
    for selling. For particu-
    lars write.
    7. LEE DA..YIELL.


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    TIE lMlIfAL KllITU1 DARII L BoUi!,p


    S. A. FRIEDI)AN, Prop.

    AGENTS FOR


    High-Grade


    Liquors.


    'VERfY FINE: I'M 1K bMAN'S (E'EI.EIATF[) OLD Pit VATE
    SB TOCK. 12 YEA K-AI()01, 1); 0 1, 1) 511,I(K VELVET1. K E N-
    TUC(K I" S PEIt FE (';*'10 N0OF P U 'IZ ITY. XNI1

    SPA.CE WILL..NoT PEFItMIT
    'TO) ME:NTI'ION.

    KAW'ThIt. i..rg,-tZ4.4. t 4111 I)S t -t 1'4 t I St wkick f l-ttl. 'bi-k.v a' lul
    '.4iIle.sfor' Famiily I'=c.
    THE JUG TRADE IS OUR MAIN SPECIALTY.
    f)W'AIsoi Aizenqt f~ir t ii". I'.ti~fi)11- Pah-0 Milwautkee Bietr. Fr.'t' IDpliv'-
    vry to every' Part (if tt- lie t'.y


    P. 0. HBox IWI.


    In ti.I'' it %t .1Jutic a I I irci'u11of I'i4:'7111I'll'
    i's'r%.'- l to Foreelo'.e Mort;Hg.'.
    Lni tiu.-iot hy, coimp itlin ant.
    LuZ/u' NI Waite, n%' an'sIndivh'id4uall
    alntd a- mi~livii .liisra' nix of fithu*- -
    IIt' ,f 44" rt-41 1'. Witffite.. (Icoi'4.'d.
    1.u',' tt F %%aite. Fred c.ti Wa ift'.
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    ALLIGAITO


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    -:;D.-OPPOSITE UNION DEPOT. Ie


    W. C. NORMAN, Proprietor.


    Telephone No.


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    Chinese and Japanese
    *zz--Fancy Goodsz*
    FINE CHINA TEAS.
    N't i3t Mouth Palal')x Street.


    IP EN 4l'I.' I- 1-1.


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    -.*THE CHOICEST AND MOST POPULAR BRANDS OF:.-


    WzIIu li WII, LpilU0, CODIALU,

    : --BEERS, ETC.,---;-

    IN WOOD IND GLISS, LARGE OR SMALL Q'INTITIE3.
    IPENNIANI) RYE WHISKY.
    IIU- (N; I HIiI .<)1 I"{ MASH,
    S[ P fLL .WMTO NK YKE WHI.SKY.
    OL llENIS rll DMI. v .AID WHI 4KY.
    ATI,\NT.A HRI{EWIN( ('OMPiANY
    CEIZi;IlATEDI) BEEI-K .,. n It .K-.



    SOMETHING NEW

    -,EVERY DAY,--
    0--r --T..


    HALL & KLEIN'S


    Mammoth Retail Grocery,

    502-504 SOUTH PALAFOX ST-.
    ITololh.oneo 3 GO.


    A. M. AVERY,
    IMPORTER AND JOBBER O,)
    IMPORTER AND JOBBER OP


    IlIU1fUL1 QUu 1WivLQUI'0 Q r11arc w-are

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

    *:' Rooms for Rent by the Day, (Qeek or MIonth. e( a, Agate and Tinware and Housefurnishing Goods.
    311, 312 Nortl Tarragona Strait, Opposite Union Depot. Guns, Pistols and Fishing Tackle.
    0 -Teiephone 68.--O AGENT for Birmingham Rolling Mills Company, Rfvere Olans
    --*GEO. WILSON & CO.,-*--- Stitched Belting, Northampton Emery Wheel Company, Laftin A Rand
    Don't Forget to Stop With the Fat Man. Powder Company, Johnson's Kalsomine, Iron King and Buck'g Stoves
    FR! VEGITAIL D[[ICfVil IT. tL[ Alll[ I and Ranges, Wm. Coupon Co.'. aw Hide La Leather, Maury'.Ready
    RESH NUNN T WBL IW R IIDAILY,^ II0I11411E11AlMl UE1Ai. Made Railroad Colors.


    Pensacola, Florida.


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    8 THE DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 1900.
    S II i


    IIRIlU8 AtiIIwITIS


    -AT THE-


    FLORA CITADqUL A!

    Saturday, Xarch 10.


    FRED. H. OLIPHANT,
    Ti e Faro ':ub Swiig-r.


    1 HE CELE.ICAIE')


    Juanita Glee


    Club,


    (OF (,H Ick. Fo -iurteen Meniber-..

    MORNING HOUR.
    E. ktoM ktbrid', Paii P. "i ,P Ia,' .cA.A-:..
    :u It u ri t 4if F-Ilot I i i a t1 1 l i':.A I T.1.1t..-
    leans-.
    hF F[ERNOON HOUR.
    krig'r. 4. .- .-: J :4 1 .!. 1 4 ,-rh.--*ra.
    *in. eu. %iat'Barhto- (.* ulo: ML.4
    .% Karo 4 'pport u:.:! '\ fir Ra1,7--!!* k .3'
    jng of theFartier- of W,.tern kiorI-i'.1.
    EVENING HOUR.
    FEtc.. tby Pr.it. If. E. t(. ara*. -1:.
    S~toddard. M. Levatnt I1'a% .-. lFa\-Pia::o-bai
    Fi rt k%&l.oa,xn and Far.- Wai, ( I, t..,- Lik-'i



    Charge.

    A Rare Day of Blended Pleasure and
    I nsftetior.

    Fort be Round Trip
    OILY 60 CENTS from I'.azaw-ila -i'
    Kavor Junctuion and I ntoorimedaat. tataon-.
    by SpcilajTrain%. tChrappot and P..=t k.
    curilon in it)-- World. c, IlSKEN *2
    Trainedo not e~v auntl f~er Evt-nnaag Srr-
    * ioD4

    J..piss.v- May 41 v. U16 The IVtght.
    Nsw Yom[. IMarch 7. -A dispatch
    from Oe'"9a say.: Amoneg the officers
    of the cruiser who recetly returned
    here from the fit:-elat there ft a Stroag
    belief that tWe enoruwon,; grrison being
    formed at Pact Arthur, Dali and Vi Va-
    divointock will bs uat-azed soon as a ea-
    ecC.-va level 'or c~mteUing time JaoazL:eeo
    to abandon their atq;2oitasons in C0oza.
    This commander of on*. of the cruisers
    expre-ei his conviction that Weree tbe
    end o ais % ear Rums-ian infi-jeace ;n
    the easternen penius-.2A will hare to-
    com it oakibeilut*;y domnaiant that theo
    Japaneses wil1 feel morally ceestrained
    to itive up the struggile &ad reLire from
    the xnany important evoerprise. mthey
    are t.:w prote-cutinig in Coreca &d th't
    will open up tue way fo: the gradualc
    eaaump~ion of a Rjaseiaa proweto-a~e.


    It i- very hI ir to -t t i, idly vy ,.J
    r-e- out dr -ar ir-- ftnor *T :!.ile I I ; t% -
    IMI! th, a'rrivIl of t!i-A d,'cta'. A\n
    Albany N. Y .d:irymn.i call-d .tI a
    druzL*.-tr, thl r f-T r a d >.ct,. r tia .. :.'4-
    and see r,-i child. th, n very '(k
    wi:tih roiup. No, fi'-dinag thi- (.'t,.r
    Im. he it-f, word f-:' 1iil' to C', .. it
    onll e sont ti'- T*+ TrIl. He al-o li,,;-!,
    ?t h.ittle o0f C('ht unberl:tin's 4. *4.1
    t:.-nid dy. which t's tlf, .l w it: ;:i| ,i .
    in.' reli-f until theo do,*tor ,.iiid
    ..rrir JI a f-w l.otlr. i- i" rettu ned.
    -ayitnir the doctor ni-ed not c.mine. ia-
    the child was- iulcth h-ttf-r. The
    druizri-t. Mr. ( ftat lly Iy h -1:1t recioto ),.ided .d
    C'hatibo-rl.,in ('.,u lIt Re i+idly to
    their notlihhri anid fri=-nd. until he
    liaS a oita iftaIt di- lin d f1or it riroit
    th.it r)art of ti e. caiutt v. F or -al-
    hy Hann ii fl lr.-.. 21 S'Utth 'aluaf,,x
    street.
    B .tr iii bottlet atd ac:t*"- fir tf. 11
    il% use at Euga ne Arbona's.

    Tie Escamibia Furnitare Co.
    Has Jus: RI.c'iv-d :i ltar..'-
    'ivo:e+.- of t!;h- Fainou-
    Itug-Proot
    Pal ea-tl sto '1attreaPmticM.

    Who is Rader ?
    He's the Laboring
    Man's Friend. He will
    sell you Furniture on
    the easy payment plan.
    Elegant bed room sets. or
    cheap ones, whicherer you.
    want, at Marston ff Fin ch 's-
    DURAMV Cigars have
    been tried and fire test-
    ed. D'Alemberte sells
    them.


    Coffee: Coffee::
    ll'e call the attention o/
    the general public to 'he
    fact that we hare one of0
    the best equipped Iloa Iers
    in the South. and that u'e
    can furnish this delicio,,is
    beverage a prices //,Wt
    defiy competition. I\'e a(]s,
    wish to remind you that our
    Coffees are always fres]i
    from. the Roasfe.r Whh ile
    others are old and hare lost
    their aron.a. ours is.' 'esht
    and delicious.
    N.ew Orleans Grocery Co.,
    JAS. M'HUIGHI
    Phone 105. Proprietor.


    MARITIME.
    A RRIV RD AT t.EA IA N'TI NF.
    Nor bk Naira. l'am. Im akke!sen. London. to
    P4-noacoaist Lumalw.r Co
    It bk X'"no-zinn. ".5 Foarraiaa aM aroei I Ies t)
    Betarm, toun~udy & co

    Br -k~~ *.o ~ ToIhlf&,.-i. -Y I-
    Chaei-4 ~ I.) 4.*.f rran-u f-
    -A 11,rI P.1.
    Folr :o. Irewti-I i ata Iut inlfo
    1'r ia I :-.la lC;:-:zt.Cood.,. T~anaiacu

    -~.-t r .f, ir Ha-r4awk, %% i i h ;41 6 f T
    Ioithtb-r. .- .'- ,awna tarttii, ~lilat
    N*,r Iuk 1' 2'.l~).770. Sri-ad"-..'. iv 'N%. S
    K -', %-r A .. 1. r Lc,.doon. wit na-7. 7.-2l,* !. t
    At nt i.-r.1 valluod a: $7.-.,:.
    co ..i.1 'e 11- d. h4ah. .Ii- 4.
    cett.L. I;',ii nlhal.'-claottia.'1 'n
    ti -4 lr tj t-% ri~it. 2U4. (imotioy i ulf
    1 at -f" 1:No.11 Pl C av
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    vF.IoS,1 iN PCHT
    STRAXS1IIIPS
    an: i:.t,. :,-,77, 13 r(; I. o W !. W at I-
    tich A 4",
    -A l ltotarm 7or I", !.unct~ralll. to ordi. r
    V6ai d & 41
    ,Nr it~awnio 4 ;41 n*to to Baar'..

    aSki IP
    I t A :.444 ':06. -k. ll!tm r. o' tolo I tn~-eo H to-.
    1, u. a:i' 11,- I7, Patter~vii. to 11
    I~a C '4 ~ hu-.1722. DIiarchanaian.to 44.' 1,
    Watt~ch &t
    Nor Paittti r~i. ;rd, r1alvcr~o-aa.to) 11I1


    I4r An a a B ,a. .4tter-r'.a. to Eaars..
    [Jurltwaly & k 'W
    It -1r1i~a~,. i, (Costa. to Bator-,,Duua-
    Nor Baoao--a. -'-, Evi-nasen. to (order
    It Cognaat.. --u, Pautri ncoI, to Ws s'osto
    II ro'.
    Nor Ilov're. 7^.. Lar..n. a-lifror Sharpn#.-'.
    It I 'ue au-iw, 1,0 I7. Lararet ma, to order
    "oar Friga. -C-71. Weise, lDundee. to order
    Nor Ht 1iaaose. Nait~ben to W 13 Keyser
    "-or Jllghfl:i-r. 'xatmi. Andeor-on. to 1. VL o
    Ru. Hollint, 4"T7. Akerlund, to Penisacola
    fLumtwr Cm
    It Italia.%'45. P.-dateila. to C To~rre
    It LUIL-13aF,1.41P. C81Rbsti~. to W HKeyser &
    Nor Lady (ialy,. i27.4, Jacobia-n. c~lullor
    Lu odee
    .Nor Iot!-~w 7,o vendt,encld fair
    Lonidon
    Noar Ma'thM~'CO. 4V7. Kiev. to order
    N or Ma-rzapsia-.. 1'75. Johabion. toi Baars,
    lU 11 A O V .- a ',:
    Nor Msargar~stbp. i L.Iarc'en. eld for
    Nw- %()rwaty. '.li-n raksen. to 4W4S 2-. 'v-y
    s- A C,)
    N ''a(ice-a::,. 57.Th-nai'-en. to order
    Itatas At ,!. 7.I-1.a1d'.iltrouia *to orde-r
    N or Rut-r''a ,--crafto'iii tB. Jensen'. -i to
    ItI W41 'v~ir~t. i..Ht zzo. lto I'a-a-ci, t~rol.,
    hu'. I !1- V'-! r,% Mattita n. toi ta1am: .
    !a.d 1Ii ei.:'--. Holian erg. c~d for I;,-- -

    Nor 2.i2-, M ar,!u-.,4-:ald lair IUott.'r-
    111110
    Am E4et;~. .. -Lkvr. to E B:t-.auna-
    'Ie-r- x I t
    -fir V!.-', an. Knag, t a or.Ia-r
    Am It ,A ttt-

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    inrlI: i.t.'',-. ~.l.a'a.t t,) a'.ti'r
    .'Aaa ll z:.)I ki ,. .. .I-ak-ai, )t
    1. c-l
    .44l FnHaa'.: A\ ~ia ont t
    Ci*, CLEAREDJAND) MAiLgl) FOR rPEN-
    MfAL L'0J1-...


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    I rta'.N,-i -.-na. .Xtit w-rp Ju tt
    14.' ''a. tur ..I. kH a r;-; or P t MNIhae't
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    'nI taa 1,i 4 4.'.,'. .'a -a116 1- d:. tat Iat:'. [ot
    Tho W.i %liI IRu't
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    t -.. I -c'.-
    / t'aa'a!-ol. fi r. 2 It iho- r'a-.-a 1.4' itri2
    14H I IRS.
    Ai~c-'. ,,-. '-i 1'.%dai a v J Ptn '
    Viiri2., at. N or, L i;. .aa'.1 a w~'k F.-ta !to
    1 ~4i 0 ,~ tta: ".It. '%1.11 Mfor,-Wa la n 1at 4
    A4t n t.' K Acecaniha. t.dI t I~ Brksriti he -antal.1a4
    Agath-. .Noi1.1-' 7. 'tat A~tilwiop I11.-ctrI
    U4ranvat[- be P.. il. '%1.(1iCarthmstaateta. 1 an '-5
    Cn'f ta4Ru, -.-i. itt veI mic.laaa. lho-P1
    aaatilia. 4'.t-:1 iula izn 4
    IC-larw.ait-. Ir :Q'S. !.d %at1.4.111 'Sa.11 ,lOct 14
    Fmr i.1aaiai.;-vr or.%v44, at Antwe'rp
    I .-c 14
    Eitnarvao.1*. -21 tTutals I 11-c 20'
    N ov -'o a- i ar PR05 oat
    tiaut. Nor A.C. .ld Flo.'two,,id. JIaaa--",4
    4i. Ir. Nor. as '1 i're'ton 11--c 1t
    Joih~an I N( a-.r. .ld 4litri-Atiano-and Nov I0a
    .lohaflhli. %;)-r. -1.1 Tons'hurg I'vliec4A
    I...'iua-i. -N-ir. -1d LoindaoaaJari .22
    Laino. I t'I. -!,, 4.w-uoti Nov fP
    Loua-. Rot... 447lq. RI I snalur. Vti
    !l'laaal"Ie.a. %o') lii. daiLe' tia.1111Y It
    NMaro'e-l a. It- -1 1 IA iinturira. Nov i
    ( ) I go. lKu -. 4at1.Lii tI I l"I be :to2
    0tuatira', It. iv w, aldHu-noo A vreo -ro't.tt !Ot
    Purla id'.I'.~t4.1.10% od A4m..me'alni Jan It)
    -jgrP, %,, ir t.aul ~rre4toaa. Jan '.
    ~4 t ;- .k.It 'u. a;.L.& l'latai. NLv-It;t
    GaOEoO3ab.
    Pullox. Ru... 0,11 Seattety Roads Dec-..2
    Duffy'= M 'ut is- better tla.tin mcdlJ
    citif. AtLu:in.Aba4.
    DURHAM Cigars are
    the finest 5 cent smoke
    Try them at D'Alem-
    berte~s.


    Three Large Stores
    F ull i '11 .Tf V The fia.,.-t
    till,- if'A! ~ : -,it lB.'ar.om S'*uitt. i- ev



    I., IWNtt'. T c h, I) an


    co:' .. .f the ilialaat
    the crew of S& d v-al
    i~ia'.I .: 'VA t-upta.n.

    iHIRtho captain, own-r.
    ~infl ,).- *.iugn-% sof Ib" i- .r Ik
    B :. ]Ia n will b e soi
    ,t ')debtb contracted by
    thxe crew of Said vr.s,el.
    &.' ("-I~. Captain.


    I. GUGENHIM'S


    HOEl


    !I
    Lil nhil


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


    Children's at reduced
    prices ...




    A Special Sacrihce!

    3;-) Pair- Ladies' Vici Kid Spring
    IHeel Button and Lace Shot(
    for only


    $1.25.
    REGULAR PRICE $2'u.


    Getlemen,t Miss It!
    ^ Don't Miss It!


    A SHORT TIME;
    THE ONLY TIME,
    AND CASH TIME.


    Men'-l Genuine Calf Tan Lice Hand
    Sewed Welt for only


    $2.50.
    REGI'LAR PRICE $350J.


    Don't Lo-e Time and go About
    Pricit g. We Still Lead a- tbhe Low-
    e.-t lIic- S!,oe f i ,us- iin the (Citv.


    Ytiur, r-or Shones and


    TRUJNKS.


    /. GUGENHEIA.


    FOR BEAUTIFUL


    RUGS


    and ~rt peissof al in d2]1t
    wo 11ai-I s-..-ev.-rvth inlig, i 11-
    Furniture Linec. cal! at
    Thl. Escauiia Furniture Cenipein's.


    * RACKET STORE.


    CO.ALBIh


    IIO1TSE.m


    S *0 *


    GOODS.


    SPE~04L NOTICES.


    I OHE


    SPRING


    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


    I most tasty line of Ladies Shimrt Waists
    in all colors and prices.



    Our Stock is Immense!










    S.',,we are the Leaders.


    Millinery,
    *:G (;nt, lir/ijhin and 7oIhini alhnost


    The big finest and most complete line of's

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    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 8, 1900
    Frequency: daily (except monday)
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    NEWS.


    PENSACOLA, FLORIDA. THURSDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 8. 1900.


    VOL. 30


    NO. 29.


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    SENATOR SULLIVAN


    OFFERS RESOLUTION

    Urgig; the Scnate's Interest

    In the Rhilir-incli.


    OU3R ?IGHT'UL PROPERTY

    'I.= o* rf ; l n.i- .\%.l i i'That ii:. In qr,,
    l't ,irn, I .:p: ..s;ve *.' yrItpalthy For
    11" j..c'It ilf en1ir,'etl by lI-i 4 t1u-
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    \Vt.,-:.:T.; v,'. r.. 7...Soon after thei
    ie':.,.*: a3Uveei.c tda-i a Mr. Sa'.iv-,la of
    .i:a~s;-s. i, c rei a rea-u.u;oa that
    M 1 3. :p.:a 1' i.-au ;.s ar3 the r:afh..ul
    o'r .e::y. boaor A .y acqu irel. of tI.
    ":.;: ::.-es; aul that "while the
    i.. d~, ., ." .-I .i-nlos continue t-e pres-
    0.1t v.r I 'ront o I tIsea, against
    tao ri.;Lhuil aautcritr of too United
    '2:a.es. Po ion.i ;it a single gun in their
    nhad- is tra;.el up n cur Cart, no ex-
    n.r-5s.o0o :i.tetition as to tL* fuu:ure
    course of tie Untted States with rt,-
    s .e tio tLheiu should be male y the
    Lt.ite S:A.t -t s aeatP "
    Mr iat aistn aKed that tae .esoln-
    tion lit uu sue table until hoe abould
    call 1i up.
    Mr. Mason of I!iino a then g ve no
    t.ce thas tomorrow after the morning
    ncar he wouid enter a motion that the
    committee on foreign relations be die-
    cearged frqot further considermstom of
    is rmouttina expressive of the mosise's
    sympathy for the Boers ito their irag-
    gle with Grtat Britain. HR had intro-
    auced the reto!ution en Dec 6.
    **I have no intention of vieatija the
    rues of the senate." said Mr. Wason.
    but it is clearly tue inTenutoa of the
    committee on f .rsign relations to take
    rio actiou 1a.1 re;a'd it the resointton
    aid I i.'.:t i brongLt isto th s-aa-e
    and pl.cetd on n" ,atnldar."
    I'he eetati comn'it'oe, on forer:.i r-g
    latiozs a u'nir.'-id itie reportlug of au
    atBienit::, t 1 torandill'.muatic appropri.a.
    t;ou io..: saproiritain.: $1U,00'J u:o be
    pa d to cr. !Qieen L:itoukalani an tiro-
    ridin; t1.r aa a--uii dc.nation of ;10,-
    0(j to _'r ac i.Jing ais se may live.

    OPPOS!TiON TO TREATIES.
    ltc.prut( ly Gtimg 'tle n:,rourag.-
    melint In ti s enatr.
    7'ASmINGTON. .March 7.-The pr-sent
    i:.'at:3s are .1 1' 71 if t e r""" rt
    zt" : -- f:.*.:,. L. .,ha A. L ., ..
    .::der :bh. :'.n ,)rity ef l'remident ic-
    K ::-' e.:v a 1 t sta.' departm-'"t wiil
    f..il o: r.T'ifiton. Tieir hai been hbor-
    i;,t:r 1, a,. ta:e- tre.AtIes s'rce their
    mnrol-.i a t t -a -e-ato by P.-eidlent

    I be rt.'Lt sfemrnnd to Lrig,;en a .it-
    t.e 1,- r:tme ri-nch treaty whTiio a favcrr-
    aL.e report was ne.ado oy tte com!.!:ttee
    oi ;oreign relat.ou n L chirlnalriall,
    !enatcr Deavis of Miinn isota. It ap-
    pears, however, iha thue report in favor
    n twuo treaty was largely a courtesy to
    Sountor Div, and (io s not re;irossert
    tin) views f ai.l of tne Repubh:a-s on
    the committee.
    Senators LIode of Massachustts.
    Foraker of Ohio and Woloett of Co.o-
    rado. three of the seven Repubi:cans,
    are declared to be against the treaty.
    and may be supported by Senator Frye
    of Maine. This would reduce its sup-
    porters to three Repuoiicina.
    Senator Aldrich of Rhode Island, who
    is at once chairman of the finance com-
    miittee, and oq. of the iirec.ing mineia
    cf the senate, has already given notion
    that he will move the reference of the
    treaty to his committee.
    Senator Aldrinch would have strong
    grounds for urging reference to his
    committee, eTve if there was not oppo-
    sition to the treaty, for it cats deep in
    the revenue from customs and appears.
    therefore, to be a proper subjees for
    consideration by the committee which
    deais with revenue and financial prob-
    lems. Seastor Aldrich will undoubt-
    edly have the support of all of the mem-
    bers of the finance committee in this
    po~sitioc.
    I), :.'- art c d.n r,;:-." "l'a -To
    wh., I.,v' por. w,-,tk. t::ti,, ra o lfAb-
    -!', uld t,,k,' ] o ',e'- o; u:-.;i; rtil. ;it
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    Pardton Refused..
    Col.rMt, March 7--A pedition for
    the pardon of Patton Evans of Abbe-
    vile county has beeu refused by Gov-
    ernr McSweeney. Tne petition i-
    s.a-ned by many citizens, states that
    Evans was ou'y I' years old at the tume
    of hi* conviction and that he haq been


    puztehd uri4-ieutiv. har.ng been, in
    pr:s,.n since 16,4 Eva;am dia n-)& kiid
    th-* rian vwi~ waom !he aiad a squar-si.
    but ::I-.ed tw:s cCUrzn wt-:ie shnaoro at
    to't. p'arzy wi2 wn oza h- iiT I his trouble.
    YFq-v~rt~mne-l 4 il ~- 4k.


    C2 4'.:A.r. Vi Yr-h ; Abon:
    i'r: ~.-': ofKieNa! M'1. sirc-ation of

    r to 0Aisn.whrr2 tr..! annnal con-
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    COSTLY PHILADELPHIA FIRE.
    Dryoeods District of Q ih',ir ('.ty
    Eatails IHrary Losct.
    PnILADELPUIA. March 7 -A f.re en.
    tailing an estimated loss of over 470..-
    000 occurred early teday in the retail
    drygoods district.
    The ccnfl.gration originated in the
    engineroom cf Shorecman Broa. Tho
    building was T shaped, fronting on
    three streets, Eijhth. Arch and Cherry.
    It is said that while fire was being
    drawn from the furnaces. sparks com-
    munica'ed with some wastepaper and
    the little blaae spread with astonishing
    rapidity to tue upper floors.
    A general alarm was sounded, but all
    efforts to sAve the building were fruit.
    lees ad it waa leveled. The lou is
    placed at $300,000.
    Marks Bros.' drygoods store, adjoin-
    ing, was partly damaged by smoke and
    water and their s:crehonse was com-
    pletely gutted. entailing an estimated
    lCesI ot ;00,000. The Snoriman buudJ-
    ing was four stories and Mlarks' bre
    stories in height.
    The flames spread to t! s6 story bulld-
    ing on Cherry street, o,:cup;*d by Myer-
    hcff Eros.. rianctacturir, of women'S
    and chi.dre''s l,-.thiiig. acd the P'hina
    de.pbiut -E ec:ricsi Equipment cumpanv.
    NotnIU w.as left o tais p .co bur. the
    walls. ''un ios is placed at $v.O)t'V0c
    Several r..=aier tuildingi word more
    or less serxuasly damaged Aenat 10U
    persons, men. wom-n and children were
    thrown out of employment by the tire.
    Fell Throua.h Old Brldre.
    P;TTsarn.o, March 7. -The locomo:ive
    hauling she Chicago fast freight west
    on the Pi:tsburg. Fort Wayse and Chi.
    cago railroad crashed through the steel
    bridge spanning Robsinec street. All*.
    heny, thibis morning. dragging the ten-
    der ead oue car with it. Fireman A
    K. Miller of Bo:tiar, Pa.. and Brake-
    inan Georg;.' DeWald of Piscairn. Pa.
    were k.l.ei outright, and Conductor
    Jamuis F.i Midtin of Pjt(a:rn. Pa. dan.
    geroculy injured. The bridge that col-
    lIp-ed is on- cf the oldest on th: For:
    Wayne ro dri and was auprosed to have
    been FutflcientLiy strong for the heariest
    loccavl.ve of* rh modern type.
    l'o' I-qt(Ui: 'at (iuard.
    FRA-'.;"::T, Ky., March 7.-In tbo
    senate. o.a:iy Seuator Triplett cffer,l a
    stbstut-: .for hvi reooiution to provide
    for a (o -nuttee to investigate the r.-
    moTri 0. munitions ot war from the ar-
    Esna! t') London. The substitute pro-
    poses to appropriate 61O0.O0t for the im-
    mediate equipment of a s:atn guard
    . uJer Zem crrtc Goe or E3:ga

    :or (t.. p:.'Ose cf re-overitg the ,au-
    LOr, Catlin; guns and okher niitary
    pri.p-r7y of th"- state now in alte1ed un-
    lawfci ptoser.rin of lVi:publicau Gov-
    ernor 'ay.:cr.
    A A: .ini:u Writes ,)f thi 1*o-rs.
    B.r.y:::r.:., All., March T.-A. 0.
    Frey of Dc-".ur, Ala., has received a
    let:e: irom his aunt. who residei wilh
    bar eoa :.c-aw. Chlarles Ransom, a mis.
    s:onary at Van Roenan. near Lady.
    smuih, in which she re'ers to the Boors
    as ciel. untruthful and dishouortble."
    bhe further writes that the Loers hjave
    driven many of the missionaries from
    their homes and robbed them of their
    cattle, household effects, etc. In con.
    versation with a prominent Boer, her
    ton-io-law was told that they would
    blows up the gold and diamond mines as
    a last resort.
    In i.1: Stazs of Nasal t'.atarrhl th-re
    -h'io b cle;ailinePsc. As -xpt rienc
    pr-, F .--, Ely'I ('reaun It:lin is a
    le:nei-,r. ij,wrt't.r anld h),:-le'r sof the-
    di-re:-*,'d l ineinibranie. It is noit dry-
    iz- :ni'r irritating., and (-o-e not pr,"-
    .lJ; i -no Zinll:. Prie '' 'enfit4 at
    drii 1:i-- or it will be' inaildil by Ely
    lr, ,.5r3. ', .arre-n Stir t. Nw
    Y,,rk l';>'nn ling pll ced int,> t!:P
    ti,=;i!- it 2prfad. ovver tlhe inr'n-
    iti: :i, ;tu il r -lis-f i- i'llin ,' i.at". It :
    AIti -t. rtcaLj~l 'it,'.
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    Tenaressee Railroad Exteuslop.
    K.oxv.LLLF., March 7.-The boards of
    trade of Bristol and Johnston City,
    Tenn., have united in an effort tos e.
    cure ao extension of the Virginia and
    southwestern railway from Bristol to
    Johnston City. This road is owned by
    the Virginia Iron. Coal and Coke com-
    pany and penetrates coal, timber and
    mineral sec.:cns of Tennesse', Virginia
    and Kentucky.
    ('oaultess Schatntia:in.a.
    ATLANTA, March 7.-Tne Countess
    Scuheimmeiman of Denmark arirved in
    Atlanta today to attend the Tabernacle
    I'abe conference. She was present at
    the service toarght anud ,llivtre t an


    ;A'iire's to cliristia woncers. 1Dr A
    C.Daz32 of -N'w Y:'.k and ocher ,ipoai,
    era nut~e arrived laic& night.


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    oit bi~d Lcntmag 1Irrr, N'1ii2*stmt a t.r
    an-~l '.' .auaason l:upirpucd to te .i
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    thoi -"440i~aj.Ir 2r., 1 IA'a. Onle 8'e WAS
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    S :**. it'.; rve:nii-n:.' :it ). M 1':'v'.:' -
    1'. -r..ii'i Fl'urni iiur" H',i:-' f rfrf ii
    1 o.* t, S-,' ( ur hi'u--..,ld fun i iture
    i- equally a- chea:ip. Ca; : I -te
    .hle big stock.


    England Likely to Support De-
    miands of Canada.





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    tt'nl' s? i .t) id:L II ite'lik.' air to the scol-
    uniti. AiT1itutiIW. IDUNN.


    lIn:: mii 1 P;4i- 14'I in t ;I I ii ,4,slt fie;itI ,tii#t I
    t'il;j i r!2.i 4-i it. s t,1'4 ia :i wa %,' A frica~.I We. have' saved mlanyV (doctor bill14
    Woo ro 'i*,*II. 114 5tmitt 121 Ia.iI wdf. rwairel-i s ZCe we hegati using ('hait berla in 4os
    iii-.....''1: 'is' t.m R''It'.'s itl#r ICough Remeady in wia i'home. W'"
    6 :a' ;ii~g : 11.144~. iIh lilel. Keep a bottle ops': all the- tivt'as aind
    Ii" ;44=t..titiit'ial~l. :ii'1 f4i'ied hi ~wli.>rev',r any 4)f in tiv liiil4,- or tiiiV


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    112 ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ l w#-~,1441...... f ir.'.... 'l S.,%-t o, la t' id wf-c\ -t t's'

    I' ..44W. 4 I M@#.r March 7.-.-to) ChrIst i.,n an
    '4.,t 4. 1).-NI EAII
    4 4, . ~:. .f 4 issionay.alliane f NewbyWorkni-



    1: 2 4. 2i~i[ ~,meet in Macon on March 2b and ;I% to
    -- ..4 ~ 1' -arrange vr mission work in Cbtina an j
    4.- .--------------- .other c-.'uatr-ia. a~ jp .-ituent m:.-
    -2. 1:?.- .. 6~~a~e~wil Wb i3 3att'dAnCe UpOn ti:
    '4~ 4h~:n~ntcn.ar-gth-m Mosisrsn. Wti-
    -. ,.1'-14' ~' 4 -2'- 24 "-n and Simproin of New rik. Mr-s.
    :.1:1! .y '2 .1 i''~ 41' -rves:.:;d 31r Si9-b1.fuor of Colins, 3Mr.
    *~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~1ot Cn ~:.'!i .-: '~ ~ ;rnhiina. and other-I.
    .4".'4 I j '.' \i.-~:i: 41, Pre. %. t V erv1' ef,.'New York is in the
    :I .. -2 2. h c~tv ari:.upirl, fur rIbo ee.'img c01,:hj


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    2,. , 4 .. J'Ti--1uit, MaLrch 7 -'~rthocolan.l.
    4 ~ i'. ')'i.'' *mtp!oyei of the National Tube cori-

    i,4'fo'44s6l Is) i lnadb'. notified of a 10 per cent advan-e ins
    ~44*,.' f.. .M.: " '!. '. it!.wagies. The increase will date from
    ii:'- ., :i[.'.~ '.4 41..' IAt.ril I and includes all pipe cottersi.
    tm'schinjist, laborers and all em ployed
    1:1~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~1 i"4i2.:! I ,nthe ttuU3 qflse who w6uk by t; day.

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    i.MarsWto ,' lFinch's.

    Who is Rader ?


    S e.'s is the Furniture
    Man.


    DURHAM Cigars have
    no equal. For sale at
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    2 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 1900.


    EMILOYMFNT OFFICE.
    Ring up 3S2 or call at the office.
    11 North Palafox stret-t. when in
    nerd of a carpentr. B. D. Hoffman.
    Buhsiness A zet <,f t,- Carpenter's
    andJoit,ers' Uiiion. will lurim-h yu
    with tllh- de-ired el:l uo -l:ort nio-
    tice. 1,25tf


    GAS


    RANGES


    All Connected
    Ready for Use
    for...


    $13.00'I



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


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


    lI st Set I; a TIil.


    PINSAIO1A GAS O


    No. 3 S. Palafox Street.


    Jamus Hugles'


    Boiler Uforks


    Steamboat and Sawmill


    Work a Specialty.


    ri~e.-mi Hs T inlak- :r'id ~-s''Ironm
    N%* sr k M,i: iiiaI &, *: r. ,AsI a i 1 %,-
    V ..d2. I". 1 IZiv ii, s

    9 ta{3S F1fX trU


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    THE HEINE ACADEMY OF MUSIC,
    N ".,, N.,'' "" .". I" 2:r. ,
    MISS EELE\r *'. HEI'E. Pr.rr .a!.
    MISS iDA Pi, ulO. A.. :;.
    .; ,. *" i l i
    ^> *. -.n > t i l i 1 i ii ..*

    Best Patent Flour.
    Our 1, / '/ / / Il,', a/
    Patent 'v / ,'ir ,, .- / 'r that
    (.a nll b,' "/ ,I,.' ( ,;/ I I
    I1 ,!.
    For ,^t .;J .v',,/ f. ,,., of
    the bc/l 0;&'ra" 7af Foof o/
    the ma ( rl't-t.
    .11l made 1.. Te (. E.
    '4 Iff'?


    Ruhe" f~p lieng.
    All the faithful who have coin-,
    plett-d their tw-utay-tfr'st ve.ir antd
    wiht hatvo' not bf gunr this-jr -ixtio-'th
    p-ar. a n'd who areI'it x'tu lt&Ifr nii
    tile Oblwigtimn of f'ai:5- tnby
    hairdl work- or ot hvr wo-hi k n."wta rp"i
    sols arf- ob)lize-d to) fa,tt 411 ail t!.e
    dal.*- o4f hers t s-Ks''pt Si;ts'-
    4 in U', -.! &t(lv= 3!mt ''4st fuil Ia1s-ai i
    :il.ssvv'. -d%.;~AaCt l sa! 1sot 1)wtaKten
    Cut-i-tnttalN.~',- a( up ssl Csto''.t-a
    #or thin cli'..''ate'. aiJtua .1 i t-c
    ,Of hrt':ad 'or ait rick-;. t.)toI-.r, ti'.'en u


    At tfiil" cs)ILt~ti~isa. ivztq:.-r. c1. --
    analik, eo'-v; an] Allkin'k w *on i ot.I
    ti '41 and vf'2a-tabk -z are a Ii' we. I
    W h. n 11io. priaiis c 2al w:.''ial 'a- Is.
    u :onat t POoil, a: 1- l-'a;-I u
    t:,ks- t :slif s on I IInt ..F t:'s~

    urdi ; a i I -ill\s 4,I:--4 I'
    2':ssat .ll i 't! -It.


    he a-d s r'n~sIs~~ Iui 4-toI::,I !1IVC
    12It la all sIt t F -.SIL'2- 1l's (I' it'- .;d L(II'sll
    Persii- 'X'It;-a~ilfr'saaa ha"(,itl -
    irttislasf :*t 1.12iasre -I..t)1105.1 I,:.-
    the 1'tI~ti'sII I If U-aI2I t --t Iai
    'maca' a day sIII t -.p (lax- II:an Wiv ch t hot
    11-f-sti iA2l-at 1- 111-1 1t' 11ts'd I VLit s''I
    -a t s'a
    CIhildrs'aa sl'.'er ..-El)'ea:a 'f it.:(
    art5-' bourish byvthe -law otli
    UIAs--e'AfXsO4I-tl U'-akI.by t!.r
    C~iu'.e".
    Cathoic- o -x!.'Iss 1jaie-e '1is t i I
    ytar.ar- ssf di!-cra-tis'n ar.- 1).stid ti) I*,--
    tetisi- 1141i this' tir.-t :!u'tnklav'i ~'
    ,aill'I'raait- .1ltv .'~ iiilht-IUr.n.I
    &c'-n 'lover -ss v 4, 11 d part- of- Isu i

    '[h!'tlesli.' t it-it2i p Lit r it,- :1 tile

    olf Ir.Lvar. of ,ssz rfow tof=i .'
    sattta froazt tilew41rIll zaand lt4 aam,-'-
    niol-zits, atid sof Z.-ti-rsst- aliti- .4?Vistt,
    By-psitaIifdualt 2ralitt-il1 t! t#s
    hi-hop-z 4o f zti 1Vialted Statt- for *#-rt
    years-'I, dating fr ''taxMar-h ':--,I is
    s'I)-f-rv'e thre 5ssci-mm-i law s4-f tha1"
    a-l"rlrchl. a r- dis-I-'-ta--d frwil 14..I''ll'-
    11g, AtiIsll -1 I'li1 15 ltte AI il I .-- II
    I.lIIs- ye-tar t-xOt- 1)t hFr Ididt'v- A-ia

    I II I1 0- s- x t '. 1 't,,1f"(I sIt I f ta d (Ir I t;.1:4: 0 I 1e -
    higaitisia (it far .wtas'r'- -1,1c:: Iex-
    i-t-. noor d'ss it 4aiithI''riz. tl.'. -U'- of
    ti-hi aand s1-l1a :t ti ,-:51-1205.It
    ~.achud* -;, Iasswe'ysr. nsit 11111v :!e15'1,isla
    vidu~al workmen inl wh )-t- fat'.-ssr it i
    grtauzted,lout all tI.-l~ip m-mbo-r-; sof tiis-ir
    faaxihic--; As wV.'( I:. 1aret-tta it i- x-
    pi-eted that tls''Who 45v:,i1 tir-'112-
    st lve--III ttlii,.1 ltd'ltwall vneiad--ysr ti
    enter into tho- -l'1r11 s)f tit, holy ~se-'j
    .;.)sop Lif o-tt by v''ilaaatary sv f s if ms!'-
    Iai's-t :rcu'-s h. .t-toui l -' t~ia; sf
    I i ut i. i It-a. i,,r 1,11thIt- t l I z l n- t I;f
    -'ii ivin~e '.Zavor.
    Iils)-ze V.wh.,o oter"'O. a '' 71
    h &s d'ttit a41i)tit Ct!.-ir '-I'h~ritl~ti 'ma
    fat -or lil-tanll4.1ssIi4h, t t.) q plly to


    Nj-,1AN.. -Alai. T-rta!cI'16 -


    t-iks- FoIt ~H:.' ..lTar 's-~l tI
    tuLATLh. W A.It e-a s-:
    LABQIR 15 AT A Pr-ENM:UM.V


    ~4A Ah it ~ a -.i IIi,-% ,.ii I 5I- rn It-Is" I' rets
    tto I no ssrt Otosvr asIim-.

    -iu-AU~~. )i e re n- fta~e 2rnew
    '.414ee.and ir, n w(i iks fnow vcn;p.eraing at
    En:a -v t, iegin Ilacritions au i -ie220 .ige
    noun -in f rl(A ~,iuil.,saniad iijoii
    s'~i tarte.'i up' every w:-'rt lim Nrtnl
    Alaba.naaia.ticete isa ,aki.rusui-rtagc! in
    r3o alsi-cuI3. na' hfor ~..*iaa i tun-
    s~, .J ,r!, ni: I a,,,-ru gs ni,.are*;vz~ur-
    ala. tiv! i-u(Ii fo- 'the iatter c.as, and
    tit- noiirh I or the :1orier.
    1 Purinag th'e i.ext week :'. 0 additional
    (..tgnui moifl nflare exp'ectei to re.IAli
    here iron,'Un-o ana Ps-rinar -v~Arhi
    w'i e m a Iare nuriao-r of tt.'el w ricers,
    'Ali-t cit)(rlmi'to worki at L21..ev 1lion.
    zitt-1-'*()-. uegroes rare a; w(-r ain i-re ands
    ~ :ft'i. Iavin~z L. -eni iurot-iipt from
    ti'or~z;a. the Caroi.lt111 4111tjtilp' noutjr-
    wests. lint tib w;i. not nearly -atliifv
    tto, oinit'1iid. Woi., # se are higher
    tnan -an ver b..~1ortefor the wct k triat ii to
    Lu ti1..

    r *. I-u''t. .March 6 Jnluhu
    Mw t ne U, gu,,; Captain C~arke. whc
    dt'...-e i an I married Mia-sU irba
    \Vreukn ): 1O ):i rz, ni ana Ctunnvlfiti0. .
    tna t,,!. i r m .-nr: I.: I e tr.tod tinltue
    j4 ~a'Crni~nga gcveruinietti

    T" 5 2 i -Geoneral
    U k 7 -" r111"`e7r2 u1iic-.-,-ed
    ne F(.to e:-4 sicsir pti n.-. 1!#, ra i-
    ,:)1 apr-, uc. 'out the stan4..n is intaxt.


    ugw'L 3IE


    Scrofula, a Vile

    Inheritance.
    I sua i i the mozt ohe#I :rate of blaod
    trwnislt-s. and is often thos' i--tit of an
    inherited taint in tile 1 hi' .sd --
    is tho czily im-crsdy '4!Chg**
    enuuazh to reuvih Svro5Iula : it f repm os
    e'.-s':y trace (if thtedsta-A l:dcureg

    '.t'.'s-9.h ri~"~ '"~dfromi infancy
    V.* -'rwst.a. ,an-d i' .'uiT' r-- P .. t2 .s t w'i

    U7~-Ii.11 .4Ivy 0 A' a
    ,I-i'f iF.rs-. an inio

    V.- -'nrs- Ii384. : ""We ~

    v' 1;.ir11
    --I n:It-i I .~-,.s1 4 '1,' -
    a. ii- 1.S- ;tr -d.2 .S -. 1~ ~ e.
    W; ira ', -, A '- etC \
    25t 21, 1 4 1,5!:. 3/'' !'- i V.: . '.
    s'f hi- 2 .r~n'-r Ir-a-i;'';: -~: -.-~,-.i
    re'-_zr:.,. i hima. Al .% I is ... ...'1 111- -
    '. .and lie hasa l'esil r --'*r.!.4 f. r.'I


    For 'real blood(1trrhijlike'-;it i t 0 3
    of tuno eto *xpeet : '1 11-111 ithe sloc-
    tor-. Bislod id ist-jso- ibeudthi
    skill. SwfC~~t's 4 elih
    S. S.S.'C rBoo
    reaehae-i all deep-seatf-d eas~es which,
    other rfcedies hatve no ,fft-c-t upon. ItI
    is~ the, onlY blood ruined v gu cirant eeil
    purf-ly vegetable. and eointaifls no pot-
    ash rn~rcury, or othf- ier ni a' .
    Po'ukis mattedlfre- to amy :auldrcss bj
    Swift Specific Co.. Atlinta, (Ga.


    PERT PERSONALS.


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    A inrainamtied F. I're."'oziof l're'z-
    -' 'ie.IianI-a.. wrot*o a 1 etter the
    twtIter day, sailinz 'the 4 toiniot14.4
    everyb~odyV iahis Town sI!,t h Las it-( d
    Foley's Hoiiey an(dI rlaj .t ha t i t i 4
    thortve#ry bes~t nwdiacits ~r lha ripped.
    bert o.

    Bm" athe ~ Kt t~~.f



    FOR STEAM rDIV-I-ON
    V EN SA Co LA E LECTI ZIUC T E U 3.I1N A I
    RAILWAY COMPANY.
    Tratas ],-are Pe nsac olIa for t b 4,L. 1t t
    Hayw.:a, Palmotto .a.Warnt:ZAT
    Yard and Fiat tarrail cia 'ati
    ti.1I a. m. arrive at 1Fo(rt klari ica- 7 A .'no
    1,1 oWJ a. in. arri ve at Fo3. 14Mr1.....1&l-. :714. an1
    1 :,P p. ra. arrlrp at Fort Hhrrs'en. I3:47&'51-
    X: -:itp. m.n. r r iv 'a t fItwort I : irr m .'i v- -..:- i
    *1p.im. a r ri reta t lF0, t Inrrtsiwioo 7. It p 1)
    p5 :m pn. at rive at 1 u. t Parrarics-'P<.m in
    T~an u leave Fort harrisuctio for Ptuias-
    c(PlEI at
    7::4! a. im. arrive at i-insa~oi wt1 F. n
    Ii 4k1i p. mi. 3arri% v at 1', t..5'ac-ii :j no
    to 'p.rni. -*mviot at Vs.~~'~. .1 t Tf
    p~ m p n arrive' it Isu* M. 1)' Ill
    *!-.4.. m. i.ar rive ato 'ot V u-6C ;j M..15 ~U
    A'. E 4( ply.

    (.&VA Ppri!:tCxoa. LT Fort Psr-.7iO5s
    it a. m ia."'
    1p. M. 0. .
    I P. m P. n.
    a P. m 5P.M.
    4 P.m 6 p rn.
    Mp.m.1P. M.
    PARX FOR IWRIKPAY4..
    PengAccolftto Fort 1Iarraiet~cas %i ro.trornfl4V'
    vengacola to ANavy Ilard ^A di~-'iv'.r; .r
    Penbsucils to Palmotto Reach and rstemn !i&
    PARK FOR SrNI)AY
    orenmsacoa to art Barrancias Na -- y
    'tu~rsd 4retulrln._..... ..... ........
    mPt0ppn. -..... -. --- Or
    No fro-lkht I:,.ived at,,r 3: p.7 im.


    TH I


    FVORITI


    Place For Pensacola
    Buyers to Buy

    Choice Family


    GENKHL INS ANE GROCERIES


    -AND-


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    Sta/I"a d ""'/ Rel EtteAg "0.eants 1f
    sale b/ .Vcw i ican.s (;o- Real Estate Agents, The Well-Known,
    eery Co. PESAxcoLA. LA. Up-to-Date Store
    ,,ll~ H 'l/l;l. REPRESENT TWENTY-TWO OF TIHE
    Phone 105. ProprietOi'. LEADING FIRE. LIFE. MARINE.
    SACCIDRNT. FIDELITY. PLATE
    OLASS AND STEAM BOILEtt IN- .4
    RMYROYAL PILLS
    -.4., t:a- a-. ... t s ... .: Al-t -
    "CHI(C H IT. EiTFR 1- .t IAE
    1 Ei KUP & 4 -.I "., -. ,** .f p -120-122- a
    Ta""mooth "" ....a... eLirrance Cit r
    'Wye e ,m-il tii i .s rd I n i I !
    SAVL." P.'r."'." noThiittal !t F _P flToArnmrAnt. trPAt.


    GOE-BEL SUSPECT IS TRIED.
    Witi.e'sg,'" Testify 113 tho C:tqp cf Ilar.
    isaga V. iltu..kk..
    FRA'NKPO:)T. iV., M6-u ;-Tle C;%.-
    of 11.irl-an V. hizraker, the Ent:er c.)uu-.v
    mail suspec-ed ciCUffl It In tx~e kI.
    be, ~uV was ~:"~In icb~.niti
    ctiir: t di~v. C..uri-y A:-oruxey Put--.
    grovy" opened t:--e ('.i;e bisv wing h-2
    ii. t!'i G c) I ng ,t o i i u r~:iw ic~:x~
    Jouan A. Mnes f Fan. ,rr. o -

    aft.-r t ~flll~ au'ii )k 'r, Ih Ln l
    txlr- .r-'vo.vers. '1iue revuiver~s wee-v
    pla,cl iaevi-ipc..
    fntis' wu'u u sn iasto nIl.,#xXa
    wbertiaot.uus at the mxoment ot th znur.
    der. According to 'Mr. Miles. Vxt-
    ker t0:d two different stozile-. 9sivin
    first ine A1s in the al.rd --torv atiatgm in~:!
    tait h Wma- 13in tiv- t: o :t:vo otlice.
    Detcn.1':ve Dee Arui~its(rjrov 'wor4.r-t:n
    \V mbAt r rtaal !old IIaI 1,4)ui-v i:1- le i :%1
    h-, \as -uaievi intho .e.iate c .%Iii r
    whottia U t-h' tjs razig ()u%11 -a3'd
    VV hI t .I k t--\- ()WI, d d I k0:,%t e 1'-,-, i:i
    swei naw any i i!3 ua *liar -itta~l
    W aies~X rait: aiier x. 1.aL10 L' iU UzA nU.'44
    coi:nv IC, xcad h~~s~
    k outie 0L'.LvmI. 1trr,-d wni-.cal:el..
    11,- t,jux '.Xh t tak..'r tI.'1,' uibv: .'oni (ai-
    nilight o tfi 1L '...tthe 3.1.II a i al
    versation wa~ %h!Wixra:er on tLZj way
    to LouIlisille, %\knrttak:r s)'jsrod iL:n
    money and urqkte ii anq .'e:11-'dav
    100-0, the iron tup n his rists. '1 ,I t
    l.risoner had sm I t r m
    you aAl I krwa 1Wa[Iu, it -'...ut I (-I I L,;


    NEW LANMarch f6 -(coege L.
    Gould of tao Texas and Pacific railroad.
    L. S. Thorne, vice president of the mam-)
    road, and a party of ladies arrived here
    today in Mr. Gouud'a; private car.


    Do You Want

    To Be Pretty?


    ATTEN4TION, LADIES I


    for Infarts and Children.
    Ca-s-ori~a i-- -1 armlb-i.". m'lhl)tut e 1,..i ki- I 0il. 1I
    g4 Tl, rawz o.nd t1 Soot I ;j .- g ,'srot I v..I II4aai
    coiltailhs iv11e1114U (Opilt te. 3146lds;w ai4m' s'r o iscr Nan.
    F Id) t a IIVe. it ile'trtp i Vtrm .aiaml ;: 'ai-4 -%c* l msv.-
    it citre" I)iaiM11,. 'AMA'%%a ,IWimza 4 tlic. Iit ~ ei.
    ing '1'r~auhle'iit34 ian'( ( ontaipit iota. it reizmahiatc.'
    st sttomach tawl Hi.v (-I-. iilvjtL114.k1111\al.I Ilaatiar~a1 -I.
    'rit. Chail4rvaa>'s 'trata-'HWat31#01111-C Fai''
    The Kind Yo11iHavo Always Boii-.
    1407B.-rs thc Signature of


    In Use For Over 30 Years.
    a4r CCr.Tuq COMPAN.T, TT UrKAY STRKT NEW YO er CIT'



    Chase. 11. Turner.


    ;- ARCHITECT-*


    -- ANI..-- -


    General Contractor




    A Complete Plumbing Department under i:.:
    Management of E. B. Morey.
    'W '' \ i-;i '-i .:ll -: ilt l. .'- 'l : ., I ; : : i : -
    ian. .- A 5 Kai i l. 'r p';ar' ilon ....r: sill,": .

    Tilia. -' 1 A l K intls,. i;athi l'nT -.. ; t I : -* '. ; ;,If .i .
    Il.'t \V.att r andd (.s Fixtuitl-.


    :: Telephone No. 34;


    -THE--


    baa d?
    We've got the right Cii N atinal Ban
    thing for you:ti | N tol B


    Cream De Beaute.


    Highly recommended
    for a skin beautifier. It
    will remove freckles
    and make the skin
    clear and smooth.

    PARKER DRUG CO.
    For Sale Only by

    q4qqis'y pq44p4cy,
    215 Suth Pal*foax Mt.



    Indigestion!

    WIie challenge the world
    to proda/ce a reinedy/ equally
    to thie AJlatchless M4ineral
    Si'ater for the cure of In-
    diaecstjioI, )yspeepsit a(d(
    al I7orms o ,'to, acih, Bow-
    el Troubles and ( Skin Dis-
    cases. Guaranteed to c/)'re
    or' money refunded. Cost
    on017 /,7 c(ifts a da/y to use it.
    One dollar bottle last' tweni-
    /Y days.
    For sale liy al! d'l? 'f'l..


    S. Palafo.v S/f'rree.


    ,vts '.\. 6.,1
    GreFnville. Ala.
    T''Ntrii.'i; i i!, I Ur iO .!,Ia.d "* (.;. ",
    T ,s . i-. ii t.



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    Judc- of I'rotha i. ( i'.::rt. Eut.'r u:.''.

    grGOLAYZ--

    Grist and Corn Meal Mills,
    B. F. GOftZIltEZ & CO., Prop s,
    Manufactur*-rs
    CHOICE MKAL AND PUl It GROUND
    STOCK FEE').
    Patron.7- Hornm- Ilrndutry. for '!.*-r- -
    ev-rv ra-'on you :ioulil h.y vo;;r M ai : aid
    'tock f ls- ?roni t.** Mo,!ti uf- aln ';3 :,t r -r.
    '.r L'y %r dloing Yoi TwCn' raiL .1. i.nm- -
    try. You'.r rlnlni*-. :. -t in1 thet i*'im onri',.v
    and you ii tL ri arn- rd:r-c',y '*-n-' -:
    In fo'terinit t3:'- hoini- marn :fa. t r-r y,,


    OF PENISACOLA.


    CA-ilI.
    1'. I .V-itINELL. A i-


    RIX M. 14. 1:\t.


    l,. HIITON (tI-:I-:x.
    I'. E. WEI,I,.;1,.
    VIcf-I'pr.sI I:.N r.


    DIqFCTORS:

    K- J. WHITlMIIUK. it'l %' F- PFEIFF Fi..
    L. IIILI()N (iEEN.


    General


    Ban khIi Bi Biaeaa


    iesvelw' Aeen!Iy-1'4 Ilaudle4 on Favora'~ble Terilw.
    Change housi-lt and So~lf, ColIictlon,14
    !~rvilyAttended To.

    ACCO" UNTh SOLICITED.


    Laundry,
    I,


    THE PlOitRIi AUNDR OF iEST F1RIDA


    C'aIre Aind AIIIEnti'irh


    I A X 3 7 E.GARB I

    WAL-4L""" -1, NORAiAM. Manr.,'-


    E6ST ABL I'S-'r-- JIib3


    McWKENZIE OERTING &


    0


    (C'


    DVAI.9". IN


    Ship Chandlery and General Hardmw A-
    03 AND 605 S. PALAIOX BLTREET.

    REVERE COPPER COMPANY. JOHN A. ROEBLING'S ,' -
    GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUMbELO& N'S PLY -
    Cha as, triage, PiNts. Oils. lutical listrmoIts, Dairts, UcWrI, ;Il1
    OrMPASPES. LO)GS, ETV.
    C' McKenzie O.)-rriF!( ,,;.U cti.. A.'+-nt f,,r lir Pi il,,t" ,: .
    ciati ->n. ,.

    TB V!w7Il IA m w rHfr' lIIP


    Are you sunburned, No. 19 S. Palafox St.
    reddened by heat, florid
    -is your complexion --
    2_30% --


    Tratnaf.le:


    The Star


    Ir


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    THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 1900. 3


    GOLD DUST.








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    ".c. 54 S. Log".mowwVeft. mastemt.


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    jr -' J1) Tuaon, whc

    -. I. i,.q nr c- i e lt ,P)rtW

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    M tr ', Ti~'le I :,-,bit-
    1: i- :v'nj*)U 111,.1 ia4z-e ttbl~
    'I I;- atfltritg was. set for
    1,11,t v:, ii.-layr-d 6y cancusefi
    Sret'a-aua1 autitiG(reeni factious.
    -,It aliror- number of contested
    I.-u and tb.h" tigt for the organ-
    mvtir( D mention is very bitter.
    -:11iOf Ithe party leaders now are
    A toward preventing a split.
    1.4t Peritaueiy threatened. Stato
    -. -anE IL R. Green now con-
    ..-COnvention.
    i1 ,.m1.let*Who iuoLe PMa~rtgt~ana.
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    CASTOR IA
    Far Infants and Children.
    -LI
    ole Kind You Have Always Bought

    tartof wh 7


    'Furniture on Credit

    r ttimlt in .'.f-t I t hiarIA -

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    i .r S/l I r hr %U~


    Who is Rader?
    the Man that sells
    r: >ture so Cheap for
    - sh


    %odby Sag~ea


    t'er---' ilutll.ant Ill.
    (:; ; M I-"r -C.tnrin linugo de
    .itrha, L'.-b:an i u. Mrs Langtry. Is ly.
    i;:, 'anc*trofy ;:l in the Lritish mil-
    iL;ary L s;ata;, t TCape Town. A cable.
    tA::. "o :n.4 e:.'v.i as ben received by
    .Mr-. i J:lA:..y _pTtanll D Bathe. who
    is a .iiLi-r .i Colonmel Kiuchener's
    srtff. w..i, *tri-kea with fever ntiortly
    :t,-r tLe re..eviau fur'e entered Kim-
    l-er.-y.
    1".'.i ) ii,- I.-XLpila- ,a .
    M.v ,, t..u'.. WV. Vx.. M:ir.a ';.-By
    an t.x:l,-i ni i lu tme l.-'i Ash
    Utianc t::;, :uor i :,; , t,.a were ln-
    rt,,:iei "I we.V t i..en have been rea.
    cued Fl',rv yr-adl i :tve now bteu taken
    ont in i r:te re:-uUil party is still at
    wtorKi .rneus o distress about the
    ilintes are beyond dscrpipin.
    'oble to .Mt31llul.
    WASmi.INTON, March ti -The senate
    committee on naval affairs today or-
    dered a favorable report on the bill to
    construct a cable to Manila by way of
    Honolulu. Midway isiands and Guam.
    It is to be under the direouon of the
    navy department and to be a govern-
    ment cable.

    Negsr PFotmaater Remeved.
    CoTrAGEV tLE, S. 0.. Maroh 7 -Mr.
    B. &R Smith has been recently notified
    of himappoiatmen as postmaster here.
    v.ce R. B. Chisolm. a negro. The
    change was an agreeable surprise tc
    everybody, for only a few days ago it
    was announced in the press that the in-
    cumbent would continue an office, and
    that neither of the two petitions asking
    for a change wonuid be comeidered.
    Ch.solm. the retiring postmaster. ha
    served eight years and the greatest ob-
    ject;cn to him is incompetency. Not-
    withstanding the length of time he has
    been in office he is slow in the perform-
    ance of the required duties and lacking
    in that business tact so necessary to
    make ono acceptable to an intelligent
    pu bhc.
    Will Consider nmp!oyrt' lDemands.
    Sr. Lrru' March 7.-A committee of
    :fve, crmnposd of members of the Amal-
    gamaved Association of Street ltl!way
    Eumpl.oes, today called cn General
    Manager Coleman of the St. Louis
    Transit company and presented the res-
    olutions embodying the demands,
    otiop''id at last night's meeting. Man-
    ;t!h.r Colem"n receivel- the r"'so.utav-.-
    ;S! cLinOin, : rom emp.ore. anPd prorn-ie i
    t ;.vo thr-m his c nsilderatiOn. I' 1S
    s 'te i that ;t :heir d*:nnads are not a'-
    ,- .e o toho 3.0'JJ i'tnploves rf tte COLA
    i'i.'y wiil etrise vwiAiu 4t4 hors.
    Adk.in I:ad rted Foer murderer.
    A:: ATAL. March 7.-W. Lucini A -.
    ki;n. wvho shot and kiiied E-dward
    B!rooLk in a Wauiehall street store last
    Friday right. has been indicted by the
    grad jury on a charge of murder.
    G;OIN(" 1N)GN HILL,.
    I', *; IP -titTering, from kid ny di--
    a. -.. f*, a! ;i ttr'adimial but !tew:idn 1.--
    ,,. v ; 0 ,ty. I" -v wh lll li,- 11"

    Si.- ..: ir ,itw. X V. A. D'AIl i"r-


    3 tars e "e A IOU Have Always B1.'gr,


    TIE 1 i!) ;-. 1t-d if ml e.
    Sti.- .I inh it ititrt froiis i !,.. re i ll u r
    ,'rfn',1 'i ,- i,-ll. aTnit -',d. u th a yai An ;t:
    - ; in" | '-ta-ult drt mB'ea 'were ali-.tu ,'di t '
    T' i' -i a u l tht lb- tteor R.
    .\:.A ; r.,, ty i ..- k,-'i of that lhdenou
    T. it me ,of us .l''rl1;y n11 t. l p, '"-
    Aii -,i t*!h-y will fir thei -,Iop wa-
    'ill'.it with tl i flutl .st alid fatteo-t.
    I.! i~ -h-., wv:, ..t;. ,;: by N ick
    A.:-.-ti. t nd tt o-^ ('1:,,cc ai2> ta''" ;it,.
    :;',a- f, r -.ild droi or r:aw. r,:aiiV t,-
    ,' t. !; r' t it;;.t.t. Y oil ";1!1
    ,t ti'-iit liy th" lI, i t,. r diz' n, I u1n-
    !'i. 1. t .irrel dr;ay lald, wiagon ]o'ad
    * 4 l.l,. ()w'Oi'. toi t t', rn-uh ,f
    t ;:~: -. ~- :1:'' -.''vi'.r.af r-.''i!,ar 1 n -i-
    w, : ;, .,, i,, ll- .',,itli'n,.t :tft0,r t!,i- w ., k ,
    '"'I -pi ';'ul irrd, r- will tl,, serve-d at
    tl.y ;. -,r if the Jiy ar tl:~ht.

    W. n., :. mi.t r l,.i.r -ir rv.


    CALL AND INSPECT
    T I. . :. *: 1.. ; ..* .
    . .It } ; "; :t
    itl i -*' l I -1 1t i :i
    Tc EM'in I3 Filf 1\ I' acv' .


    Five Thousand Rolls
    WV .t;: I'.F r :': -* k ,: ,, ;i-
    *- *; ,i'- .: i ;.* : '. i ..
    :' : I .
    i; -- A- <'.. N r t'',.


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

    SN i fi f'K tme aptal::.ow:.. :s
    i I',,-C'';"!:- c '. t< ra-:.' :.-:li '.;- c oi-
    d 1,:z r c l, t i, >t re
    i of said ve-e'.


    I .' 1 RayM,!.:.
    t'aptai:;.
    '-Dltl


    MUTUALLY SATISFACTORY.
    SEuzglaid Pleased With Pameeerote
    Because II* Pleases Americans.
    LoNDON, D -arch 7 -The St- James
    Gazette this af:erncon, while declaring
    that the extension of Lord Pauncefote's
    stay a: Washington as ambassador of
    Great Britain is due to the coming
    presidential election and "ail that goes
    w.th th:s recurring commotion." says:
    "To Azmericans Lord P nuucefote's
    stay wila be acceptable, because he has
    achieved the feat of making himself
    popular with a success for which there
    as to Lrecedent sinoe the first British
    minister was accredited to the United
    States a oentury and a quarter ago. To
    us his continued tenure of office is ac-
    cepsable because he has pleased th"
    Americans. and it is highly desirable
    from a business point of view as well is
    grateful to our feelings that they should
    continno to be pleased."
    nliler's CAPsualtlte.
    Lorxm';. March 7.-Another list of
    casaJatles subtained by General Lnller'c
    forces from Feb. 14 to Feb. .7 shows:
    Killed, 122; wcunaded. 573; missing, L4.
    Of tnese the los'es of the Inciukillings
    were: Kiled. 34; wounded, ti2; miss-
    ing. 2L. Dublin Fcthiers: Killed, 1I:
    wonunled, 1'; missing, lb. Connaught
    Ringer-: tKl.ed, 19; wounded. 105;
    miuiung. b. Royal Irish Fusiliers
    Killed. 11; wounded. 66; missing. 2.
    Ecot'e Fuaii:ers: Killed. 1; wounded.
    68. With t.3 l:st of ciaualties issued
    Monday, this nmkes the total cost tothe
    rank and Lle in tht ial relief uf Lady-
    siuLL iJm men.
    I'l lsttl' In the 1Travisvtal.
    Io:,: \, M.:rch 7.-A special dispatch
    fr.om Darban says a flying c-jlumnn of
    .rin:isa trc ap from Zululand has en.
    t .red tne '-cDnsvaal atid has ben daily
    - irti;: hzug wthib asnaii parties of Doers.
    "e 1, *r- .-nauisis of mounted infantry.
    Nts. eccu's and artilery. all com.
    ',acna i ,.I Major Prendergast. The
    ro 'T-irn rst crc.-sed an,, L'ordrr on Feb.
    .-L 1: now. occdp:e. an intrenched po-
    sti0on c.1 C-itasa hill, 4 miles within the
    "Iraut vaai.


    No Borsa Arouuud Liadysmlth.
    LAIY:YrlU, March 7.-There are no
    33e:s within 20 miles of here. Plenty
    of supplies are available and the troop.
    ere quickly recovering their strength.
    Many of the volunteers have been
    ra.nsed lurlougha.
    iainmamn to p ak ou Dlspinearis.
    ,.luMioHAri,. Ala.. March 6 -Benja-
    min 1L Tiiiman. United States senator
    from South Carolina, has accepted an
    invitation from the dispensary advo-
    cates in thio county to make a series of
    speeches here between now and April
    14. wnen the Democratic primary will
    be heidd nd at which election it is
    hoped to secure a direct vote on the dis-
    "tn arv question.
    \V'h( n y<,u want -,iiiethtinz to h.tal
    ;i : iburn. r ia ,t r ,. or 1 cut, w hy i r ;
    try i'al.n r S.'v.' whicli i zu:a':]r nt,' d
    t!.' llio,'-t I .'i t lt;. >i lltlllm e :,t ilt lht'

    S 1 4 '.) ) 1- I iil th

    I 1.:iv j,!-t r,-. ivf a fiir'- lit of
    i:1 k i ln 1i c: i it -. a;tid tl ti ll ;it
    T. il itre-.


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    r ";:uni:l. (C'1l! ;,na f.r \iui r-


    .1 v iC* -. (. Al'l- I. .l /'
    j '!"'
    ( i/l;'or't li/c Did ttresse,i?
    pillowXs. el'., to Ro with your
    etu' furniture. I 'ou can
    b1/!/ the whole outfit from
    SI(arstont, <" Finchi.

    PROFESSIONAL OARDS.

    Dr. [flareellu5 TMe reary.



    1 '. 4 ,. r % .
    I'h! i ,.
    l':tlli x .'It,t. t'i,,n ? -7l.1

    DR. Wx. C. DEWBERRY.
    OFrIOE-Harnah Bros.' Drug Store.
    RE8IDENOE-490 E. Jackson Stree


    Wm. H. Marean, M. D.,


    17-r% .4 pr-.it,% uk--a-i-cfy,'t' -I .6'-

    K..IIIxc I IPbI nit No.








    Mwn~ic Tempip. Phme'064.



    Waitod to Lay all kinds of Sacconn
    lIand Fur~iitare, Marchandise, 8:.

    Address Say 142.


    GRANDHER8T[HBEL
    T a b- ( ilvth H B
    H 0F LOPD&, F.No. -2 1,7k. 1. V" H.


    Monday, April 16, 1900.

    rickei-t -,A, cenfts. Laditta Frt-e. l-rte
    Tranzi;pcrtatioxi tin Duu-tui.


    CURES WEAK MEN FREE.


    Send Name and Address To-dny---You Can

    Have It Free mln h)e Strolg ind

    Vigorous for Life.


    INSURES


    LOVE AND A


    HAPPY


    HOME.


    Acme Beer.

    TilH BES T lHFFR S SLl IN
    PF;N SAt'(OLA.

    Dinnlieisscr Bros.,

    AGENTS.

    A Sl l Md t!y r, Frry andWin. Yates.


    The Jug Trade

    Is Our Specialty.---

    Pr .p;: I), 'i. : ,i ;:.l 'l-facntlon
    Si Iu.ir: tit't'd.

    Dannheisscsr Bros,


    L. W. K NA PP, NT. 1).
    1111W Rny MaTI T V iyUuickly cure blnvielf, completely liratcd i IL ip. I am 2 u%t a%
    aft'r year. of suffe.ring front sc-xual weak- vigo~rous a.; when :it boy :;izd you cannot
    ne-s. i,)t vitality. nient lo~tt-4. varianocole. realize how hatppy I ,tii.**
    Pc.and eialarg" small weak vrgaiie to full --Dear 8ir :-Your mo.t hail w 'rked beait i-
    size and vigur, s~imply %und your nname xad fully.r. R"tilt. w-re exact I' what I net-ded.
    andic-is to D'r. L. W K napp. -,:7:; H ull St rong'h .ianIl ig-.r have~ comiplotoly re-
    Huilving, Deu*troi-t. NI ieia.. in rd he will t u rild ioi d *.ntlarg.~nienit I. enti rely sat is-
    gi dly sind I liefree receipt % it h fulldiret'- factory.*
    tion, -n thatarny nian may eop-i Iv cure hi nt- I .-.r:- rY~our. %Rn- received and I had
    self itTt-nive. lisis it-crtaInlv Fa ini*t goin- notrmho 1,!1'''Viiimkittniz 114oi4th rr',ceipt a
    - rouse offer anialt hi..ftvllowin e t rp&et tAk.*u di ri-cred a'.d cant truth fully -ny it i. a boon
    fronth hi.daily umail %how hatbi it-ii think t4) v-ikit 'ri I nrinin'--sily ituproved In
    Uf ha I, iztnei u'!t IV. qtyle ,t eoiaiz th fitoh go
    h*Iear iSir: xvv=i*~tpt mv 'rneo'r#- All ..,i-;iutl.,:i I trit!v "onfids-n-
    tluiiitfo!- %ours of r~tceir d:Nte. 1I1.4%.tiftia. ?naaitl u!I 1jitmn*i %oA-.henv -lop'. Thme
    ,miven.i or rrp.'taim-fit a ti~.iht- ai.l rouv.ila' :.fri- 'fir th- arktika anz.i he waiats
    tI io t iit IiuI a evii vx tri r.hkrdiii,rv. It itI. i i. tDutu to1 1ive 11. .


    THE ORIGINATL--


    STs LOUI1


    A B. C.


    BEER.


    RIailroatd Exchanli.. 'one ",.



    LODGE DIRECTORY

    KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
    Pensacola Ijolge. No. 3. K. of P.
    Ing at 7:.'i. at ('taitlo Hall.
    in llutchinson hall. West
    SI ntndlencia st re--t.
    V'itting brethren cordially
    welcomied.
    H.H H. JI'DKVIt I.
    I f. II.ORSLtR. C.C.
    K. K. & t.
    W. O. W.
    live Oak Camp No). I 'iutilman offrbe
    World.
    Metf first and third Friday night in
    each month.i. Visiting 'ltli ovierirn ordi-
    allv invited. W. W. WArr,,t.
    t. it. T I a' r ('Clrk. C.C.


    CHAS. COTTRELL,
    Artistic Photographer,
    - .itO l ;1, Fl ilI-l HI BI' l.IINt.
    _01'., SOUlTIH 'AILAON STREET.
    Satisfaction (.uaranitt'ed- i a l-.' ry Par-
    titculnr.


    HINBIERG B O.,

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    DUNN'S


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    J. VIDAh, Sole Wholesaler. Palafox Street.
    -- Pensacola, Florida.

    LS0 WESKIISW. e ^ 3E. PORTED .N DO icESTiC

    Pa! E1 Sdrils 1elratcl Wislics. BA R GA IN S
    TI .1 80IIL1 OF ELEt Y 10110.
    PHONE 154. : : : : P. 0". BOX 587. --
    JUG & FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED
    F. o v y t Any Part .uf tbi- ('ity.
    j 'A!l1 ordorsg l.ft at Trfh qlt ce. \ itual & Mnith, will tI carefully
    atttiinded to.


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    Restaurant Attached, Open Day and Night.

    OYSTE'R.S, FISH AND GAME OF ALL KIND-4 IN HEA.ON

    Special Orders at Any Hour.
    RArES:-From $1.0.) to $1.." ppr Day. LODGIN
    113 and B519 S. South Palafox Street. Pensacola. I'loirila / 25 and 5


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    - $1000 "'1" t'l -.- -f .-- ri1 n( rt!a
    of t0 i'r 1nty itll'I t t, i uf .iiuldilnl.
    $2000 will ,,Uv --, m. "i .i( city
    r $3000~ will 1-i.vw to r ', -',I. Ilalock
    r ain al i s'.' at ri" i-it i'ti r 'i)r i
    ry 'I'lli s pri op rty is A1 Ni. i '
    o$4000,', '1'- "- "'"' 'rt B
    prop'rtivy hta t i itait-r rfi.'it atilt ll t h. a!Wt O
    nu Hli Haiyonu l:.lI l.it tl' Ilayls
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    $6000 W I'itf,,,, -r,..t. .'f >.r t -roi
    . ory. Ti can lii' inia' 'miia:-ely .Liliz-d for
    blu ines' pn rp>t -4".
    $ 7O0ll' hl ,1ill i "v i,t ailh :-'-ft front on
    i$7000 rul : inaltd a -tt f '.rt #n '%-
    ca iilz arinl d i ft fri't n rWirisiht. Tblt
    G : prpeiy ll lift i mc ( c ,tt:2,i' *>ri a n. di'l thre r
    G pl'inty (f rat ni i ol t iill la it ilo/-n i ,, i,' l mora.
    0c wil$8000 y hitmil ,iioi.," r-.idOe
    $8000 W onia t.it la Falae
    fox and Tarragoria tia.-tti.

    $9000 "lo''":-,"" "mld f' ari tilltdl.
    Elegant prop-rty f,,r r r.oii ftrrnitIa r i and
    ,ltilry paimri>,-> -. "Tlia -.!nt -0 1-- ; ;t Outside
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    $10,000 wil riv t .r t t ,
    froit.


    J. E. Stillman & Co.,

    East Side of Plaza.


    BETWEEN PENSACOLA AND JACKSONVILLE.
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    305 N. TARRAGONA STREET.
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    Open Day and Night.


    Botcher and Green Grocer.

    PHONE 172
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    Shop, Re-r cf Johnson & Son's Store,
    IN I'I.\NIEN(. A sT.i-F.

    JOHN McDAVID,

    REAL ESTATE AND BROKERAGE.
    SITY PROPFItTY. FAIMING


    AND 'r) TImRJ IANDIS
    P)'11. SAL1.E.


    W)y A Complete 'tock of Fr'i:-. N:.:-. I'.:. I.-. Ci.4ar- a;: Ta '-" s
    Co.itantly on Hand. o08ans Plieed at Reasonable iates.

    Finest Oysters for Family Use a Specialty. '4 East Government street.


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


    hLOGCA NEWS NOTES SIN
    IRRITATIONS


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    i,; If Iiiard L..ea rC.-tlirniE..(frill)


    Rdievd by

    CJICURA
    For irritation, itch-
    ing,and iIflami -
    mation of the *
    skin, for caly /
    effecptiove aof twarm
    scaip,,1:y, y
    thin., at
    filling hair,

    ihed nnothin so
    pur so speedily
    baths with CrTICRA SOAPr, followed by
    geutie anointing with CuTicrKA, purest
    of emollients aidl greatest of skin cucs.
    sold throughout the world Pr-TTR D. aLe C. Cor,
    ole Prop. Boston. All About be talp d IIaUr,tm.

    movement in the Southern field. Dr.


    It. A I, f.v a r..i G I n i much beloved by a host of
    Kf Am.datiu-i.y d Ke- ^ ":- a: tr. peopleo in Pentacola who will be
    fA,,ltlu-, a tr- pleased to hear him t )-night.


    THE PRtINCE OF COMEDIAN.
    Alba Heywood and His Peerlem
    C nomparny.
    Everybody wi l be delighted to
    learn that Alba Heywood, the prince
    of comedians. whose marv-lous
    ability to impersonate, whose fun-
    ny topical song, bright, witty say-
    ings and sweet siiingt have estab-
    li-hed him as a prime favorite with
    amusement seeker!. will appear here
    March 19th.
    Few there -ire who do not remem-
    ber thi- coni-diain in his impersona-
    tions of "The Cuckoo Song," ''The
    Old Maid," "-The Chinaman," "Jo-,
    siah Allen's Wife." -Silly Billy,"
    introdncin. the wond-rful imnita-
    tiooi of calipe. ;,honogranh i and an-
    imal. hi-. humorous stories and
    Mr. Ileywood, a; beflta an artist of
    his ability, is always abreast ot the
    times and returns to us with a bran
    new program designed for laughing
    purple, only. He has surrounded
    himself with a carefully selected
    company, each being as fine in their
    res..ective lines as Mr. Heywood is
    in his.
    Hao is ace, iipanied on this te:ur by
    Mi.ai Ge-rtr-itje Mornrue the IBril.


    J. W .1-. !,-' l A!a..i-m.ng .Meszr-;. A. E. Baker & Co. are to liant Violini.ste.
    .... r.--:, r. ,1t t.e l-rcIuntts b- congratulated upon their enter- Mr. Gustave I'llrich. a celebrated
    -d y. pri-e in permitting the ladiea of the violincelli-t.
    NMethodi-t church to inaugurate thi Ethel Beatrice Carpenter, con-
    .\'; i.,- .,,.- t: ;. -. T..y i,,,iing of the new ('erdova restau- tralto. the sweetest bailade singer
    .* i. il- iii I'.-I-e C I. I -H) t-' ri nit. Trhe ladies did a -plendid before the public.
    .-k f. ,: All-ti- c t.J i-. bu-ite' y"-eterdly and to-d(tv and Thi.k will be tie first !ubscriptiotn
    I; J t-1C.I r. :,e--,::'i,: ( ,- tho- r.-t uiraiit i- bec, ini already co,.Ert here thi t-eason.
    S- \V,, ,.v ,,t N -w '. : ;- a 'I'lie' 'r ular. Only ub-cribe-- being entitled to
    ..... : .tickets..
    .... t ,t tl,.- .'.- "ti;t,:,t. nR.oet Arrives In H va,. ticket
    l..ec. It. .. ..,il., tt. i t. H'- IAVANA, March 7.-Secretary Root A. IR. De lFluent, editor of the
    S v,,r .*,, n ,. tT "l,1l., .--,-e. i- arr.red here this morning on board the .l,,rn', D,. yl.-,town. Olhio. -s t-e-'d
    Sr.ited States transport S*4gevwick. He f-'r a number of year.- rin f rheui-:it-
    1 c. S rd'w:mn cf J k-ioVi:. i ti-;i in hi- ri hlit -houIlde.;- aand -ide.
    tc'.. -.r. .:.T banas Fortress. General Ludlow wanti. I tri Cham-
    alo> on board the .edgewick. Governor \ w m 1t'.tinelI i.-,. trie'd wa -tr-
    1 .. l ; ,,:l .l General Wood. the division stiff and li.,d t- r. iv,- rtlif *.Ii -t i{nu..-
    S'c. I ,,i I t! ,,1i ia \\ t ,- the departmenCt of H vana staff were ,iatel T' h 't ,i ]t I:it hit i 1,ni ii
    i T ,,-rr r., -.- le i :1 ;-l d. cu vevid to the transport tug and e i l '.ant Irill ha- i .
    ,I fJ.. fS. ,.i .; rmn- cur:ea te party ashore. .. -inieo and it; v v, r fail.-" .'Fr -At-
    :it i a;,.. 1- ;itn.:i the .-- wh. At:nnta Pure F.ad Show. Ivt l t;lh;I! l;ri.. 2, iut!, P;l:.,fx
    t. 1. .. 1. . I c o-r ta


    .I.... .- ... .., a- AT-LAxTa. March 7 -Tne forma open.
    in- );* :l'e inre food show, which is tc
    *. :.. i M. '*-. .. s N ,la::d ,f N r:'
    i ,1 a.-* .- f I cuntinue fer four weeks under the aums
    .- -. .M,-. ( t :.-. H. Ih1i-- .1 l pice. o: ':e Atlanta Retai Grocers'
    A ( lirt, i. a.sociati-, of-urred l.4 t night. rlin
    armory o; the l-ate City Guard. where
    l:'ti ; Ht n:i-in S, r;,-- th t ,. L i renitn b>,!d, wa crowded
    t i: Iarriv. J t-ii -itmlh iifi2 I ii"i1 St. u with vs::e,.r and counsidcrablo :nitrest
    ;- wi: e- in.tl> it ,Y th: f :ilwas inanitested in tt various bco:bts.
    .- < *. ,,1 lial tt lllt I __
    NW .Xw Macn Braiag*.
    .. iil !urvi y Iv. I..- 1MA('C:. Ga., March 7.-The Bracket:
    ,. \\ I wa- -cl,,,'. ','. I'r-.-..'tnt Brldge company of Cincinnati will oom.
    . 1 i- a-; .ihli- .> I i il-n; p;.e-aker. nenee work on Ap:il 1 on the new
    'i !:i.ti ( .*n:,<'-!. --,,ii of Johnl bridge a'ros the river at Fifth street.
    I in-* ih. laI.- I. t'r :.dil fi., a C:;y Engineer Wilcox will go so Cinci-
    ,-t tr ip tee Meldo w:, rre- it. ia- 1 nati next week to inspect tae portion,
    \ i-utilnz : Ifill- ;t:ali ltive-. of the brdge whicn have already been
    S(idr-i ii i 1 will l b.it. Tcu new bridge will be ot steel.
    A (';ildr,-n'- I'mai I all will he ___
    n aIt Cl 'jtt,-. tu-lc .tall tI-. (Corp r Kimn in I'liouasvill-.
    t airn l : yo nfiil ina~k* rs will .
    ; iir t in-,V,,t,. ..;;d ha-f.i-m w ,.. -. Da.y of .Xiojtans. the nruilonaire "co;)-
    :: 'S..i i,.1:.- per king," with his family. has arrived
    Heli-t. f l;,V Pl,:it ari H. \V. and is -.endin; tha %eaion in Thomas-
    - -, e smi.-ms:m. ee 1t t 'd..,,. w+r aW.n ,, v-iae. IIe came here from Washington,
    i 'e---... t -,.r !i l -1 ilt11i t I- I11.: Cla:k investigation committee.
    M r 1 .. \\ .trl. t -' ;" !,t t 'i.i I H linto y oif the Hi-..l -rt Vl milly.
    -t. .in i P: C., Marci i. M N 4
    - e c,1 l -.a r [ i. !1. 1 I t. T ,. : -
    t r i-- e I' c li- .-n M Pr-escott of A:,anta, Ga. l.-
    tuil-,'- 11 t i!- -i:,. !t1- e' trie C n v7;: t;-ing :he ht ste-r of th'e I0 .outit farm-
    t ': ,l. 'i, .'" i' : : iy () N-rin CCar utlll.,, wnich has aom-
    'I : .... ; ::i. i .scen'lant, 1.v;ir 1:! this towuship.
    i ,.-, t h,pea tru finih Hier worL
    :-' -;.'.." :' ,- '.- . ,'. i, a few n:icntu .
    .. ,, i,, .e , : --;.. i A, p sS' ( .c l..,_ South.
    ,, ) ;,,, '. ,: ,. r ,. : AT.a T.,T M arc. 7 Tue Interna-
    *- , .. .A li:;: ... ;- tional Associatin of Ticket Agents will
    S .'" i,1 -'t:.c :t 1- i '. .arWiv frnm 'hlnTron tntlnorron w on


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    The


    iaz e /livt irum i..ngu tumuuruwIVaUa
    special train for the ninth annual con-
    veation of the organization. About 400
    agents and their wives and families are
    in the party.
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    C('ape .MN y" ;': I I gnAl Alb.iia' .

    4 A -pecial U:zetip"2 ef
    -Ev .enitiiea Lcdge, No. 15,
    F. & A NI.. will -e hli-ld
    att e,'ci,,ck p. in. Friday.
    \ \Vi-itin g rethlr.,n fra-
    te rnaliv "invited to attend.
    Hy ,eIdtr WV. I.
    L. ('. I'I.:NN ;'TT.
    Stcretarvy.


    lie l-F'xled the Surlgeoia.
    All do-tors told Renick Hamilton,
    of West Jetfer-on. 0.. after st offering
    l, months Iroin Rectal Fistula. the
    would (ldie unl,-s a co-tly ,operation
    wa-; performed; but ihe cured him-
    e-If with five boxes of Hucklen'-
    Arnica Salve. the -urest Pile cureon
    Earth, amd the beht Salve in the
    World. cents a box. Sold by VW.
    A. D'AI,-l)-beite. Druggist.
    NAVAL STORES MARKET.
    Reported Daily for The News b)
    Mesars. A. M. Mosea & Co.
    ROSIN.
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    , hPfi TS TnPK.Ma tiNr--:, cents.

    No better Cigar for
    the money made-DUR-
    HAM--at D'Alemberte's


    Room Mouldings
    in :ill .;1de-. plain ani 1 f izcy, at .1.
    E. R -- ( '- N u. 1 N. Pl'l:sfox.
    ]'loi ";" "if-t I

    Bear the 1 K:nd YOu tHave Always Pout!


    (. \'. ",L"' w' e I '. II -t.. ('itie m-

    w.-' h,,., e, !...:'a I i t f 1 ., Furniture at all Prices.
    S.. "' .. f t,., H :.' ;:..- T'.r a, :,l tw. are -(-lliir.- Wdiiii,4. rooi t:ahll.-
    ic ..T.' l!!:t l (l il i '- :.. .'A ,* e', it t liarr.-: iti pI i'e'-: a.l-ee stov> e ., 'eil-
    tt:l- e'i ,e. !. r ,' ; ,*:ittir,-l'.'" v -prin.t-. ii.itllr ;-. kit.h!i n i-aff -s. atil
    .:,' e'," :iT:., \\ .\. i hAlf.i- kitclin ceabiniet- witit bread b,:oard-.
    hIn ;,. f ,-; |for ,lLnr. awl dam wiw-rs fin,
    S11ite li- n ltecn-il- a i t table. warf.
    1 I : .r: I : : :. .\ rte 'i c a l d -i! e' X:ill i l, t ihe n at 0 M .
    I .iv-. 'ryo 's lr.ktr a ;i -'urniitIr H onill".


    Forbes Store.



    , SCHOO00 HOUSESer-


    Without Teachers would not be much

    worse off than School Children without


    UMBRELLAS@ -


    POLITICAL AIOUNICEIENTS.
    For Itepresentatlve.
    I hereby announce myself as a candidn e
    for Representative of i'-eaInbla co'unt\.
    Florida, in th legislature. subject to the
    democratic primaries.
    C. MORENO J< NFS.
    O* For Bepres hiRtative.
    I hereby announce iivy-eif as a cndrldit,
    for lepriietatliveof 1-:-canriaa ',,untv 111
    thALpegiqlaturp, sutjet tt het Il ,it-imratic
    k rimaries.
    .!. ". MMKT V .,,I.,E.
    For Sheriff
    I hereby announce niv.etf a, a candAtiitt,
    for ShriTff of KYcambia Countv. adi r.--
    spe:tfully a'k the supportt of it'y friend
    amd voter% of thile *'untl If ,l>t",,! I % ll
    di-chiargt- the duti.. if .stidid trice ef!tc.ently,
    fairly ahid iipurt.i.aily.
    WV..H. H -i ci:IN,i1N.
    For Sheriff.
    I hereby announce niself as- candidate
    for re--ele tio(n t thefe of lriflT of i.;-
    eambia county. Florida. and Policit the blif-
    frages and inIterest of all my fri-ndu.

    For Sheriff.
    I hereby announce myself a candidate for
    sheriff of Escambia county at the ensuing
    election. J. C. VAl PELT.
    For Clerk of the Circuit Court.
    I hereby announce myielf as a candidate
    for re-election an clerk of the circuit court
    of Escumbia county at the ensuing election
    and ask the support of the voters.
    A. M. McMILLAN.
    For Circuit Clerk.
    I announce my randaidacy for (' erk of thli
    circuit t ('Court of E v inih:a r>t.uny. Ilhevktr
    to tilt action of tli"- el -ulln li 'emllor raltic
    pri ala ies. tE. 1. L. I. A N-I .i..


    For C'ircuit CI-rk.
    To tit-- Vo terst (If I-;nctiill a I ollint y
    I !werebU anicnuovee ni '-11 itacar,'l ldat--for
    thecWho,-e'of cle-rk of ti. circuit &eili't of
    l-~vaiiitibla cmelltntand v.ill be jilt~a~ewi te
    limve. the N111 ppert eit :,m' frit-nd and the
    veetvr- de'ntrrlly. .1 ifN ;4:.1AHi A.
    F~or Tax Ciojlptuotpr,
    I ii-re-hv atLiioun(-i'. mvse-lf sa' ca.Iit
    f. r r-ele'ttona.Ti Co-liictor of li.iCtoii-
    lint vui~itv. and ,o'k the -.upport u iii
    friends atill voters generally.
    A. H-. IALEM .,:,{1I F.
    1emr Tax Ctollectoir.
    The inary friend, of .1tiilgA F B. H. leeii'ms
    hay ii g ehtaismd hii.Ceiii coowt herelo v jilt-
    tmnvutmo him am it canditlote for Tax ('edl.rot.r
    oft I- Ecwmbla county tit t h- en u ng electlion

    Foar Tax Apite.sf-s'r.
    I her-+% aittniouncet. iev.If t- a c~tid .dals'
    for 'I ax A-t-es-ei of Icoi .: luiity. ,ihi-
    e.etwt !i hie :1t14111 eofCHeit- ivimocrati(' lrinin-
    If .-If-'cted I t~xpeit to nit it thie npprei-
    hatioii of t~iletax i *r il ~d iil doin)il'
    dukt y i n Pt.ry Iiet it i a I *.i -,% Lk nIi I d~h
    thme Otlice t-iefri-

    For Ts%~--cier
    1,111 4-:1ndiliiicy ofW 11:laittii'W. ln~tich"dl.
    here-hv t ii itin-ed ft-ifr it. .1 ite-, atit x it--
    %v~iiiovfir E-canibia icountya -iiiect teetile
    action (itf thle deniocrativ pri le:Lr*e,.
    leer Coiunty Treasutrer.
    I hortl'v antionct, imysplf fir, ia eanddielat'
    for reimeint inatliltias t rva-.urtre-Ioef I-in
    county. silt0 jo-t toeita dici',ionlitt thbe i ili
    demtnormst m prinitttry ele'tilen. aind res'ePt -
    fully solicit t he !uppem'-t of t fie % ecter. of I ho'
    COuntitv, pledging lst -c-f form the ftit cire ho
    s.amie faisiliftil peerformimw~~ce (f (duty tIhat 1
    hav- ne ttueg ere-d to hoiti i durn zg mv paft
    t en ure of tIle office. Ji W F? 'R.&5It.
    For Justice of* the Peace.
    Iheireby, announce, my can~lidacy for re'-
    election te) the ceffic. cef Ju't ice if the t;o
    !or tilme, ecetiel 1i~tiiie't. liej-i'ltO to 0e4-ic
    tioli of tb th- emosthtin g pjynn m: *-.

    For *Justict-eof the l'race,
    At the ugge~tmo:. cif tuhenrous frieoItet. I
    httit-loy a tmmtmeoiii4 111V (li.111l.ilI'V for tree
    eII` ft.. lc meftv eefthe. cL It et-trt 't. 'ut,:+-(,tto
    I 'm-F.LA'dll. '4..
    leir ~wmlu it p-ti 1mit 1eimd-t.
    I im iti ccantiiitive (.r *te''; oeu
    eOeat lof pulllmeiv t, tyileI ,I to iii'
    %e. It et. 't It II"t h -rlmIart *. i I-0 p etfiIt
    I~ ~ ~ ~~~. %t elIIiaeteia mi F~. ,e. -%
    F.11- scmeiIk,.1%41m -lWIit P11enm~it.
    Iethe eN r.of F-ruiiiiinmc4ctiiitv:
    I olmeibillv atImlliie %. at (I 4 'k Ifll.-c111 il 1a."fi
    ff It-d.11a ulid %o clt t. re.'

    Fi e r Supwrrlt~mwii(tit -rfPublic I i, -

    1',- Itlit, \Iit -rs of l'.e e a ('ei !j t v
    tiet. b% in:.e.lnvo, Yi v--..' it ctiine- lla:' !(r im-
    :1 !.0 1 !1te. lt ot f olm yltttt 1;i wI m t- I-
    twit-l't..l toe have I I (,ij f evf 11V II -id(.
    mod tm l.-rim- I it!!.chu-t. ,. 1 iu


    'Ii' toi teeh tit- i:vye ct eof frivndile.
    I 'oie dc i 'tt)ea amzi l t l m..i :ttiiat

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    THE PEOPLE'S STORE,


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    *-NEW ARRIVALS!9

    OLUR first announcement of New Arrivals of Spring


    Apparel.


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

    We carry all kinds; the largest assortment in the


    city of well known brands.


    Among them the famous


    " fr;i/7/,ln I/>,*////," famous for fit, style and finish-in

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


    dealer or customer can den\.


    You may form some


    idea of our offerings by a glance at our large exclusive

    Shirt Waist Window, and they arc cheaper than

    heretofore by reason of our Motto: "s.i : Cil .' .\\A

    T I:RI:I INCKI .1I1 TH1E BUSINESS."


    New iIP[Q An IUDDAIlDIQI Nw
    Arrivals! IWt NLIMU iUDIRULU.Sl! Arrivals!
    Our Contre Tablers I--r w:tgini beneath a zoodly ihatr ,f t Newe-t
    Thin'.s in Laice- and Emnbroideries.


    -- Edinig anA I :inertini.


    Halt Inblr,- :Edg ill .2- Io '-eertiolkz


    \Vilentcia Lace anid ltinwrtiell-.


    Point tie |Sp|-i t, Orientl andl Plat V tl. I.;,.-.
    ,.,> ]I.te ina IIt- H{aiIIIh!:'.: -d{ iiir. six y ard I I ;zt!:-. w,,it 7.t--. t, i at ,-jo .


    Sweeping Sale of Muslin L'nderwear! *

    One Lot Chiil'- Draw-r-. iemiiined and tu -ke l. -i.z I a ti 2. at .. 14Ic pair
    Size- 3, 4. o ad i, on 13. ............................................... l,>c pair
    Oiie Lit h'ciiit' T''ri-lmnled Draweri- at 'C*--t .Iark.
    ne Lot C'lii ll riminh d Gown- at (' e-t Mark.
    )One Let CHildi'- Triinimn d Skirt- at ('o-t M;.rik.
    Onte Lot Misse-' Tciinined Uownis at a 'ot atMark.
    One Lot Ladies' Triniml *d (Ch' l i--e, worth :;.', for.................2)c eacth
    One Lot Ladies' Tritintid C:tnbrie C'l nie. wcrtit 7->" for ....... Vic each

    =One Lot Odds and Endstw
    In Ladiec,' Skirts a'ild (wnti to Cloe o(ut at (',-t Mark rice.


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    DeFUNIAK SPRINGS.


    Two 11m iir Ifrom i' iism 'ila via 1 & N It.

    Seat of the Florida Chautauqua now in Session
    Until March 27th.

    i) x'inest Resort in Western Florida g<
    H i h -t A t!t:;;'l.- i,, '- S;Ita -Pu \V:t -r an.I 1!vi\ ;-.'ttiL ('linate.

    THE BE T OF AFCCGMODATiON AT HOTEL CHAUiAU6UA.


    MAKING ROOM


    For Our Fine and Extensive Line of


    Spring Goods,
    : *, '..' :;,:. F t!.,ir, -t,,,'! < f \V ,., I ".i' t i at

    l' i n: il miC ' il e L


    JUST RECEIVED r r.f .- .... ,..





    *-JOS. COLEMAN.


    in this country. We've had in mind

    not only the large quantity needed, but the


    12I ,i-N '~e~


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

    The maker was given a hint as to who they


    :or and quality was not spa red.--- -


    NEXT WEEK


    . r-.


    We place on sale 50 Silk Skirt Waists,
    tucked front and back, $6.50 value, all colors, this

    sale at $4.98.

    Ii t'e.:te.r tCounter we offer 1,' ieces Tor chou Lac-- l., and 1. S i. )on't mi-s thi- sale.
    !:-:naiit- ,of Embroide-ry at Half Price.


    h but


    1 '- Ni-. .-'\W',..t c,ad-d+.n -tre,-t, roriiin, -. 2
    -tVrv i ,'
    w ere ', ,a- [ht rci str-eet,, room!. -
    -tory '."*
    ,. -- r.a-t Ch'lurch st !t... re.onr. 1
    '.torv ;".' C'
    No. 1,I1 Ea-tr l1-th -t r-.-t. ', rio itmi. I.a-t
    H il -i: "
    No. :' 7 W-,-t IChit*m- stree-t. 7 reinil.
    f n : 'h ell I .-'
    Nc. l.-ee North Alcatniz tre.'t, 7-. r mtn-,.
    1I tory t i l. i
    N.>. ::: FI- at (Chae tr'-.t. room-.
    i n.-ltr I.:brarv .
    No. .1i1h'ri'h le'IV ill i-.r4.es trert. 4
    r,)cit -n it(ln li-It liitp "' ,*
    No. i25. -ntlti IIeV';li-re sirr.-t. 4
    ^^ ir( (,ln-. on bv-ilt !in-
    e -v-.ral -inalte-r dIwell/nrnc can l, -thirfwin
    you upn o 'all at thi II, /1 ,/ in' .? f l'r fr. u., r.


    TDO8- .Ufatso e
    wm Av md a m Ari


    n Re a i. anidInsAra,
    Rental and Insurance
    A I" mm --


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    J. M. FTTT IARD & CO.,
    -Mran illfaeruret- 11td Dealr-. in-

    Carriages, Buggies, Wagons and Drays.

    c- Repairing Attended to Promptly.=

    :3, EAST GARDEN MT.


    - PENSACOLA. FLA


    Roses--Carnationas,


    0 I am selling the pro,!uct of the I:t semont and Ilighlandol ark f;Garens of
    "Mouteomery, and on twe.ve hours' notice can farnish any amount of I jt Flowers
    and D'esigaO wanted.


    Carnations 73c per dozen.
    American Bezu.ies S3.50 to St.1)0 per dozen,
    All 0 her Rnes$ S1.50 to 11.75 aer dczen.


    Delivered
    to you.


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    Schwartz,


    Proprietor.


    *'em


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    '!LiBI 0" W IOTHIR


    RUMORS OF PEACE AGAIN.
    Noitulg U TauleptICIuZ At tbe Seat Of
    W~sr In 1%fluth Africa.
    LD"1,March 7 -r',r lack of news
    from Fit.r Mir-ii. Lord Roberts. at-
    ten'v n tauxnit-t, a~Lit ii reporteai
    tb.~ (,~!rai1k7:-r all T nihe~lforward
    1.--t 4 w 7c' :.o Van ih:r -ni:~r ra.
    t-'*, rni :-,,ad Ir-e'iy 4r finiOm l.CatI0ilE
    It 1! 'ar rut Ib :')r, i1L, n Ato
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    Ke-., a.:.-. a,. iec-ct &,j tnoFe
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    whC". :r.'ive ':oto

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    ACTS GENTLY ON THE

    KIDNEYS, LIVER

    AND BOWELS

    CLEANSES THE 5VSTEM
    -C7 EFFECTUALLY,


    OVERCOMES- 'r I' -

    HABITUAL CONSTIPATION
    PERMANENTLY


    BUY THE GE INEt-MAFT4'O 1Y

    CAULrNIA FG SYRVPCo.
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    ROBERTS VERiY CONFIDENT.
    Haes the Enausay in tull Retreat to the
    Nfirth and East.
    LoNToy%, !larch 7. Field Marshal
    Lord Roberts his telegraphed &3 fci*
    lows from O..o~itein, March 7:
    410=r o!:caratonq today rremice to be
    a great suczess. Tne efleL'Y occupied a
    p.avition 4 mil~es nor~h and ;I rmiles
    south of the Modder rivur.
    "I P'aand General Co:)*'v i:;--(1 vi -;.o n
    onh the ncrc'o b-Aul and Gt-' "eral Kitv.
    Ktinmy's and Tticker's d.vv!:" -ng, wil.o
    cava'r7, c.-- the sooth. 'i ~c 2vt ry a:.
    v.-sion P~urc'eded in Iturniag the en 0*
    MT'filer ft k.op~ening a ruad for tjic
    Sixth czvis-on. waica iq andvau~ik-ag
    %Vtai::tICavnazg be-en oL'l:~ed to ftre 3
    san't up to L ne praseat txm&-.
    -;- -7 :.~ara i!., ful: r~trr-at tow!.rd 3
    cakvn.;::V, ore -e Mi.erv aud nonutiel
    in far:-. v.,'n i e. iucicer's Sqveutii divi-
    !!i03, o Ti :' Ninth division aud the
    gzard'si'.v:-,;ade, under PQ~e.C.Arpw. are
    rnak~ng thonr way aeroiis the river dt
    Pop~ar's drift, winera I 17r:pose to pace
    my hea.4qua.'tara ttn~s eveaing.
    4 POPULAR SCIENCE.


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    POULTRY POINTERS.


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    aiw' tlall io ne f,-
    ;ethc' uith fno-.tory build-
    tio' < by -1,2leet with new
    tihranf i:eP'f .tecl roof. Filer
    A- Stoueil Mfahinery. Ca-
    pacit' t.. entf-flire to thirty
    th/ou.IanItd feet per da(y.
    1a rQ(i/ for rif;it, party.
    Owner" fone out of manu-
    f'aturinf husinS.V' reason
    for selling. For particu-
    lars write.
    7. LEE DA..YIELL.


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    TIE lMlIfAL KllITU1 DARII L BoUi!,p


    S. A. FRIEDI)AN, Prop.

    AGENTS FOR


    High-Grade


    Liquors.


    'VERfY FINE: I'M 1K bMAN'S (E'EI.EIATF[) OLD Pit VATE
    SB TOCK. 12 YEA K-AI()01, 1); 0 1, 1) 511,I(K VELVET1. K E N-
    TUC(K I" S PEIt FE (';*'10 N0OF P U 'IZ ITY. XNI1

    SPA.CE WILL..NoT PEFItMIT
    'TO) ME:NTI'ION.

    KAW'ThIt. i..rg,-tZ4.4. t 4111 I)S t -t 1'4 t I St wkick f l-ttl. 'bi-k.v a' lul
    '.4iIle.sfor' Famiily I'=c.
    THE JUG TRADE IS OUR MAIN SPECIALTY.
    f)W'AIsoi Aizenqt f~ir t ii". I'.ti~fi)11- Pah-0 Milwautkee Bietr. Fr.'t' IDpliv'-
    vry to every' Part (if tt- lie t'.y


    P. 0. HBox IWI.


    In ti.I'' it %t .1Jutic a I I irci'u11of I'i4:'7111I'll'
    i's'r%.'- l to Foreelo'.e Mort;Hg.'.
    Lni tiu.-iot hy, coimp itlin ant.
    LuZ/u' NI Waite, n%' an'sIndivh'id4uall
    alntd a- mi~livii .liisra' nix of fithu*- -
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    1.u',' tt F %%aite. Fred c.ti Wa ift'.
    Fl'oridha W~aiti', 1. IR. Hn'.wit 11414
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    - THE@-


    ALLIGAITO


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    -:;D.-OPPOSITE UNION DEPOT. Ie


    W. C. NORMAN, Proprietor.


    Telephone No.


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    Chinese and Japanese
    *zz--Fancy Goodsz*
    FINE CHINA TEAS.
    N't i3t Mouth Palal')x Street.


    IP EN 4l'I.' I- 1-1.


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    -.*THE CHOICEST AND MOST POPULAR BRANDS OF:.-


    WzIIu li WII, LpilU0, CODIALU,

    : --BEERS, ETC.,---;-

    IN WOOD IND GLISS, LARGE OR SMALL Q'INTITIE3.
    IPENNIANI) RYE WHISKY.
    IIU- (N; I HIiI .<)1 I"{ MASH,
    S[ P fLL .WMTO NK YKE WHI.SKY.
    OL llENIS rll DMI. v .AID WHI 4KY.
    ATI,\NT.A HRI{EWIN( ('OMPiANY
    CEIZi;IlATEDI) BEEI-K .,. n It .K-.



    SOMETHING NEW

    -,EVERY DAY,--
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    HALL & KLEIN'S


    Mammoth Retail Grocery,

    502-504 SOUTH PALAFOX ST-.
    ITololh.oneo 3 GO.


    A. M. AVERY,
    IMPORTER AND JOBBER O,)
    IMPORTER AND JOBBER OP


    IlIU1fUL1 QUu 1WivLQUI'0 Q r11arc w-are

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

    *:' Rooms for Rent by the Day, (Qeek or MIonth. e( a, Agate and Tinware and Housefurnishing Goods.
    311, 312 Nortl Tarragona Strait, Opposite Union Depot. Guns, Pistols and Fishing Tackle.
    0 -Teiephone 68.--O AGENT for Birmingham Rolling Mills Company, Rfvere Olans
    --*GEO. WILSON & CO.,-*--- Stitched Belting, Northampton Emery Wheel Company, Laftin A Rand
    Don't Forget to Stop With the Fat Man. Powder Company, Johnson's Kalsomine, Iron King and Buck'g Stoves
    FR! VEGITAIL D[[ICfVil IT. tL[ Alll[ I and Ranges, Wm. Coupon Co.'. aw Hide La Leather, Maury'.Ready
    RESH NUNN T WBL IW R IIDAILY,^ II0I11411E11AlMl UE1Ai. Made Railroad Colors.


    Pensacola, Florida.


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    Masonic Temple, Pensicola, Fla.


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    4 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 1900.


    THE DAILY NEWS:
    Meteredat the Post Office at Pensacola.
    Fla., a second-class matter.

    O< rtcKr: Pittl uildilng.-!; outi l'al a-
    I"x street. up-stalrs.

    PV'BI.I-H l-I* IIY
    THE NEWS PUBLISHING C0'.
    Ternms-Invariably In Advance.
    Oe Year by Ma:l ... i,
    tiea Montb *
    *noMocthb
    One Week. Iby ('rrirer. payait.le Mnday I'
    TELEPHONE NO. 118.
    Advertising Rates Furnished on Applicction.


    PEE8AOOLA. MARCH. 8. 1900.

    HERE is sonm excellent doctrine
    on the subject of rotation in office.
    from the Starke Telegraph :
    One of our "rotation in office" contempo-
    raries plaint ivly ob .erves that "noone has
    yet been suggested to suecctd eit her tlti
    present state comptroller or tre-at.urer.
    And why should anyoni- be suggested? Are
    the present incumnailits not giv:ng the put,-
    liC w good service a- ifes w:than t1he bcppe
    (f human effort Thiro, isi such a thing.
    we tht.k. a, (arrv:yii ti:he ritat :ln t h.ory
    too far. itid thot-e ptersort v ho arte re-tini
    he-iar ,on. Clts alis o ut 1h1- tiheiory w.11l 'iud later on
    1tst the I.>-ople du rot always < car, to turn
    d(own a capable aud : t'r,'-nt oh':ettl irp.l;;y
    that I lie offlee itav r.,tate.


    THosE who are d ispoosed to i-dor!.e
    tie 1xcumul ''L i~zhla ;-#--urv- -y-tI'llj
    oaf tidU('tiouIi itii pril:j.try'-hni
    may be iinteres',ed in the fi.lI'cwin;:
    descript ion fL'oni ania ~xechange- of .111
    cixperiilenit imade III t!-.- iubl .
    s-cho"It' of Itl~ia. -N. Y.:
    A cilasl cf 1w. lIV#,ti-yvt-r-oid childIre-n :
    (0-galli~zcd. tAnd atsk-Illful to-iiac,--r x%. ti- ;uii
    (-barge ho --v %% !1it ii:Lnat be doejti'on I
    t:.of o(it;#!mr instai o',t honert (ay. iai.
    tLiddrena 1.) :ia%- a-!! ri r--I t-! tlb.- lana-- f.


    cialsit ho iive' tIuAi~rd I" '-*i a IQthat it
    %iou~d betoie c-Ir iiall ;i 'nary mcla
    e ,'cde ILit' '( ool in.to t. 'ir c'Iii c-
    j, rout*. t eh iig a'up to 'e' re!.t tit hu, t d*
    LOUr aii. thrc'Hii'. and n lo Itweogrouau ''at tI t
    @,&ap timev. The coafido-nit bli-f Is -cheris!!ea
    that the-c'hiiere'n Ili: cjUe'-ti-ircan (icit) thefull
    armiount of 'Iudy wiahoart over('r(wdln;:
    maalth(e reoinAnln I~ ke-pt se'll v4-i-:ilaiett-
    and that to- tIt,'r %%.rk vrill I-- e'ca;L-
    ~''tbe priniary t.-act:e-r Itra.-r-lf.
    Publit-liring ch-,Laws.
    The Ki-sininice Valley Gjazette.
    referring tot the strongZ advocacy of
    THE NEW:-- and other s.tatp papers eof
    the populAr publicnttion of thc! Iaw-.,
    titate-; it-; oppei-iticil i the t,@-id--a thu-:
    To tw m i-al athi. '-- 4i. ti,-t :-y- it in si
    -t-et-dn di~'in' w : ali, -e)uube-vr nnc s-
    &t.e rt(-.oiit ru,*t;,dn i.ay ; itiad atthIi. e p~c-)
    &~atlP111".11 i- I (hor? 2. 11alIAIttamind

    f-et AlUlig A. ntnni. 'aird k4-.c--P M.''if !Ia:--
    C-2tha .-!, wv. IatI! to, 11- t %r ii (OUT i;,
    i-ret-Sbcatiro: d'''. 'o.I la-riie ejt-iac'
    1.,r it e'natialt. .1-.'fi, inhaeIInc.4p.-I-I: ra -:
    t,.a&t ekt. h.-. hyti~- ; Il-.r. ior .. r '--Il-
    i- u-htiuia .t" ti'' P'11''1 dciv,'~ital:raZ th.-
    ilropoitcl- -!, j: olili )tni g- i t-ri -. .a. 's-,:
    Ln'I' aklt likaci !I -iii .7'- 3i111t 0"!11311 1 a-c d
    not it 1- )a1. 11 i r :. *,i. It -:si huit tI.-
    jaaw.'rs c'r 1! nl a ---p3, c:] ''Ifi.!,! iriI

    lad nt,:i.~a ':11-t -mu. t t-3t -

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    FLORID V POLITICS.
    StateI Democratic Committee to Meet.
    at Jacksonville March 2-.
    lion. W. A. Rawl', chairman of
    the Democratic State Executive
    comn'itte-. has issued a cAll for a
    n meeting of the committee at Jat k-
    sonville at 11 o'clock a. m. Thurs-
    day, March 22. 1.i., for the purpose
    of prepaiini: to is-ue a call for a
    state convention and to fix the time
    and place of holding sucii coiivei..
    tion ; also to transact stuch other bus-
    ines- as may be brought to the atten-
    ton of the committee.
    The membership of the committee
    ! a-. fo!li<*W
    W. A. Rawls, chairman. Leon
    cotnltv.
    John C. Cooper, secretary, Dural
    county.
    J. A. Carlisle. Alachtt county.
    T. P1. Chaired, dead, I .Fayette
    county.
    Minor S. Jones, Brevard county.
    J. D. Beggs. Orange county.
    E. S. Crill, Putnam county.
    Albert E. Willard. Citrus county.
    J. E. Grady, Franklin county.
    J. P. Taiaferro. Durval county.
    G. L. Baltzell, Nassau county.
    W. H. Reynolds, Polk county.
    W. H. Milton. Jackson county.
    Hugh C. Macfarlane, Hillsboro
    county.
    T. E. VWelles. E-cambia county.
    P. T. Knight, Monroe county.

    The Appetite of a (Goat.
    Is envied by all poor dy-peptic-
    whose Stoinaeh and Liver are out of
    order. All such should know tlat
    Dr. King's New Life Pill-, th.- wn-
    ideriut lmach and Liver In-medy.
    gives a splendid appetite, sound di-
    gestion and a regular bodily habit
    that in-ureQ perfect health and grnat
    energy. Only 2.5 centz at any Drug
    Store.
    ':itrtholiinav Beer on I'r..Ka.' at
    : ul.-.;ie .X r b a'.
    TIlHE ('IY (' )t eN('1
    An Iintleremting lBuhintess M'etirg I.a-t
    NI-ht.


    A re;aul.tr n-.t-ingof :h[: city ,'oun-
    ci! was held la-t niz!i.t i.'re--en:
    Mayor Hilliard. Al.l'rn::i : r-e'-,i.
    Avn'ry. Clri-tti-, Ha:i. li ay- I'f. i -
    -r. Key-er. l:ar- ;aui (i"i l.-: --.
    Th e mitluti of the ptl-revioln-: n: t-
    i'n wn' r'-':d :ind approve ,1.
    Tlp inlayor was .tith,rizi 1 to re-
    m it the' ret ainder oif t.he i'- f J a-.
    lReagan, a country bioy w!,> .*t:d .,t-
    ten in bad company in town and
    wass rvin.T out a fine tor .ca: rving
    bra;, knucs.
    The mayor subtiiitted a pro, ,-iti-)n
    from the Pen.iacola I[ntlir:lli-v otfer-
    ingt to provide one bed f.-r ;;.- l;days
    for the use q sick city paup- rs for
    E.-'i. or two beds for $NI,. all pa.ietnts
    over this average number to be patid
    for at S6 cent?. a djy for medical andi
    '.1 da. for surgical case for the.
    firs: ten days; 1, a day ther.-ifter.
    After a full di-ecussion, all favor-
    aoie. it was oird,-red thi:t t hi minattt'r
    be referred to tha. board of public
    afe;y, the ll iyor naid e:;y ll!l.-iLci;t.
    to nact with ti-elal. with power to)
    iI:tke coit!itact for on:" or twio las-d.
    ;as 1,1 iv Lit- fund Ineces-ary: :titl it
    was ,or +i.red th.it $a 2'o. or n, n '.'h
    t hi-r,.-af a- 'occ-s'ary. 1,- na propi i.tt, d
    furo. i e hora 't puhilt c -ity p.,y
    ( i ri-c, ,: n >i -.i.lntti,,' ,i* !.:'.li ,-r
    (1 *ii r ' t4 w:ii nif; i. -mbt oW "f .i.tl-
    ti.- l: h,; t r.i of i.,.- l ;t t : 1. is:
    iii .* il'';ia i trch ; i i i n; ;-
    'l'ii+- .i\' '.y ,, ;ait;,tl>n a'- : > ta ;,'
    ':Fr t t':t; t "- i' t',-, l Vii -"t I : t ,.
    tii. ;! i;h i l,:ilt to, ti;-- at: li' .ii : ::)-
    c oili;n tl; .tl' !I 1 I 1,1; ;( -: .i-,, i : V
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    (t lllll-ljlt i'-r C 'tl i," i| t.a "'l.' l r i ; ; .c-

    thi ir po; I t. \ fo1: ''. : t .. :.. .i
    Initi':ti noo;p t;iy b n r .:ti" 11. pr ;t
    ,V t o ** u: -h, r Qf th ilr ;p 'i : thl it
    ti,, t,' !ril , o ',i- .>1ti'- re ;.1 # 'd .1
    pi -l. J lt wh'' w r*- a--.i t 1' city
    w;r. a-vin 1 -;2 pil-- on w l;
    W riiVy wv r'e to op >y S2_v'ai",; N Qt t.r-V

    S a:i riitai' dl' :it S'i i tah- i .t'::.-
    er;'II H ll Tl+pnoll ll ('o.. w ..o "W I-
    r.-b-i', .I'.ti-- ,t t:nX ,iit $2 i : no.: a"i.t
    U10 : I 11 -I '. I ',-* !,t W:. 1 'n it

    at) 'l -I". 1\ e-: .eO tit ,f t I '. I i
    C-ill'' oil !.e- '> ll:lp-l y : '.' t,, l'a : -
    n i-!. a w it', t ,,to i, : *r, ! !i.,i

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    Sl:u ll n ti -.. lla l,'m tlt lt.;tt i: tlld ru --
    iil'tf tire L\daint- :it $;? l .' i ;i
    \ "4r. wii i ftrred i to Ie ?i.,i :,.'.
    Ctoniltllitte '.
    l'l;e c1lo tract ni.id(le ly ti.. b .irdl
    of iubl ic ;safety for Ilt' w-i wirt;; : -f
    fire- ho-e. was approved.
    The -recommendation of the ol;rdt
    of public safety that Frank Maura
    be allowed 7'._ per ce-nt more fr
    feeding pri-'l. rs and that i .'o i :.
    tmonthi be appropriated for tha; pur-
    pore. was referred to the finance
    committee.
    lc ;a vote of two-thirds of ill the
    metrhel- John lHrelli wa- .zanteil
    nei ii s-iot to iimove a wooden i,;ill-


    swa 4 s ee- s-- - *L -


    The B00 at this season craes and No APPetit-"Icouad eat no bre.i- .
    welcomes the Pinfying and vitalising fast and scarcely anything during the Economy and strength ar char.
    properties of good's Sa-saparnla. This day. Since taking Hood's Sarsaparilla erntics pectduiar to Hood's $a,
    grandmedicine woder fully cures Scrof- I am hungry al the time. Hood's has paril7a, the great blood rvrifier.
    '. r o c Poisonir:g acured my primples, d impred my sina!e bortc contains 100 doses a
    Boi:s. Pr.mr,'es and a.5 o.hcr comrlaunts general health." Gertrude Stoddard. s, "
    caused or promoted by ir.rure b!ood. Peterson, Iova. Rerr:ember tol ast a monct, h thile others a'r
    ^ lla y3 .1 age to last but a 'week or fortreg
    SHood's Sarsarar.la has an uMequal
    reccrdof perfectandpermanentcuri

    A SMALL DOSES


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    LARGE RESULTS I
    '"s "o as eerum"u


    !, e oman' 4 -ri- rr
    Ill it-wa of l'i- r 1.w;:

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    he will tear down the wooden buill.- | IMPORTANr NOTICE.
    illr; now there. ro the ('ontractors and General l'ullic uof
    T'ne comptroller's report w i. pre- Pensacola:
    sented and ordered publi-hed a- fol- Notice is hereby given that on and
    lows: after the first day of April. 191, 1 n14
    PENSACOLA. Fla Iheb it. t!vv. unionn mechanic or laborer will work
    To thi aHo. Mayor and Council. 'ity of on any building with any non-union
    O(entlemen--Below please .nd stateiuent Inme where there is an organization
    of Keceipts and Disburs-emui-nts for the of said craft under the jurisdiction
    month of January, ItA,. with a dataii of the Central Trades Council.
    statement of the expenses for thie month:
    asio a comparative statement of the Fliost- Il:f J. R. JOI'RDAN.
    tng i tuht n January 3.st, iii.aiid lifeceml- --
    C i treasury Dec. -iUt. ip..: "m 'per Ten" at Eugene Arbona's.
    General fund -......... ....... $1o. 79 -
    Police and fire fund 11 ,.;" ') T.> All 1oo1ii1ien.
    Interest and sinking fund 7S1i 1
    Suspen,-tund...... .... :,- ;.42 t;: There will be an important meet-
    The receipts for the month ing of Hickorv Camp No. 21. W. 0.
    of January were al fol- W.. at K. of P. Hall Friday. March
    From licenses. i ...... t.X.K), at 7:30i p. m.. to take action I
    Taxes. ..... : on resolution introduced at l:-t 1
    Finesand poun l fe, meeting. Al-o two calldidatte" to
    M isce'.lh neuus ... :( "-$ c. + ;*;' ..;.,+. ; . . ... i


    M atkin g
    Tht- di.bur-t-ineritriw-r-m
    Accoutri. payauble'
    Pe'n .1ft ct, i a %V itori 'i)
    Interest on bonlded debt


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    Halancetc- mh in t treasury jf .-_,-ia
    Thialibalatnct itsdistrizb-
    uted aig folljw-:
    (jeneral fund ............ i7,
    l'ol ivi' and f'.re fund ',--7.
    T interest an ii'ink ig !u!.,,: .

    D eparl thet ofidPub-i c nSia f-!-'
    1olije' laotvt-Ct:' I
    $ala~raeiof !ilarnhalai.I ip
    ti's andl Police -
    Witt ion lia-uste t x.car,-.- .

    tbtock Pound e'\ji I),
    Kell I 2 PL)
    Fire' l'rotic: 1(011
    S'lri-of 0 tire? mitiat Fat-
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    ai~d A
    Hv-pia tni ePe'Ia".
    M ed Ic In es '
    f'ransportata in of paupvr. -- 7'


    '['utah IDept.-of tub! reSuuf.'t
    1)#-p!. of P'ubiic Wocrk.
    Sta'eet-.. repair%
    .M reet%. v I #,aru. na
    C ros-i n K" arid sltlcwa~k-.
    consctruhcta-ion....
    t'rwqing-uand ',il,-'ailL..
    rt'newal, fti..ad irepaijr!
    S!wo-r. repairs .
    Sow-''er-. cl--aiing iland !-t -
    kiFrartea.'. retniuv l and d.'.-

    rL e x elea ' a i r t *' ii i -'
    ...'.d cif -ted.L

    Total I -t. of-U I1"i1a- '-1

    SLvi t*c'aa'
    I" n..wi-rtal c\~ii~

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    Mr. N. A. Ilinm-, f Ymci aa!:"tpr,
    La... writing-I~ir f i- al ol '.i-t luila t)ilii 11
    ( -c:ip e fro lin (l:lia. :y-: p,( -iLre
    arter !1iea-lt- i~i'd s:ion- lng

    ti-1n I !"i'l fn q w lit hvemorrhage--'

    I beomi t,) ti n-- Dr. Ki~-Net e-w

    pli'tf Iv Curt d 111-. 1 wou IA1 loot he
    with- ut it f -eii if it v'I!t $;-) 04 a 1)i1-
    t I o. 1l~IL~nr-d- liav# ti-ed it oin !v%
    re('i~liei~~t aid andll say it ilfv~r
    fal-ticire TLlrv. ('h-t ando Luau..'
    t r : r-iZi ui--.. fresiz..t u W


    We are Sole Acgeiits For
    Kay-evr & All' yin = (Chas. M. N.
    l'-Iel~-all C~ev-laiid Wall Paper

    N. Ptlafeix. Phone :;:. 4f-tf

    Dtdfy Mait at Eu:.-.''ne Arboria'F.

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


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    Made in Pensacola. ''" "i :" '-.
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    12 N ON t ( .X A N :) ( 'lH l ( L A T, S t ;, .e :.-;" i, : ?;.... 0.;;'
    L( ) N W-- N AN UI' v't(i)i, :-. ,r. t )th ,i!- tbli e r- n1:1 --
    A I 1 KINi). OF HR" Ti.KTF Lti. -aini.. Ot:';eiy: (0n.c. Illla:-r pe:
    P'(o _' ' T hl ili t; >i ,po!1
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    ASK F"OH d(1 eC-ti .--'**i illy ;i, tihe- re-lef if
    in;liz,-tion ini it- va; i-d forrin'.
    S With prope4'r di-t thee Tonic will
    I 'll l 1 itc, tire st w,.r-s fr.erm- of thia tor-
    ,::,niltiL Iafllie'tion with it lhtndre-i-
    -. '*f" ob.--lrne -ymptoms.;often re-fi-rr.ed
    ---- - itod other organs than the tonmaeh.
    "Three Feathers- at Eugene A:- By ttnif addition, it virtuep- a. a
    io ia.s. ,e-neral totnic and iiiviforator and
    .- .... ... blood purifier, are not impaired in
    Gold Medal- to HARPERwhi-key 'he hlea-t. No better nmedicilne (-;ila
    at New Orleana & World- Fair Chi- be found for the relief of tlose di--
    rc;~o Try it, yout will endorse the i -eaes that are so pr--valei-t in. t.he
    Judn-o's verdict. pring months.
    ,-, r ,," i I take this opportunity to tihilk


    Investigate the Convertible Term Contracts

    --,F Tii:--

    Old Penn Mutual Life Ins. Co.

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    9WE OWN .


    Large Quantites of 1

    i' Bleached and Brown Domes-.'.

    tics, White Goods and Printed t

    [ Fabrics, bought for Cash. We ^

    are in a position to make close :

    i) prices just now; but owing to [

    .[ the continued advance on all :J

    kinds of Dry Goods we shall y

    be compelled to advance our

    N prices shortly.



    Save Money


    S.. By Buying your, *

    l Domestics Now'


    SLonsdale Bleached Cotton ... 9c yard

    Masonvillo Bleached Cotton 8 .'c yard

    10-4 Sheeting, best brand . 25c yard

    11-4 Sheeting, best brand . 27c yard









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    8 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, IVARCH 8, 1900.


    THIRTEEN.
    "rhairtem is iunlucky," may@ I to John Gray
    Thaltimane he rut married the thirteenth of May.
    Rtut .1 I~n f- ju-t lrt1anid said I wa.v --re
    aPIJ- t wa~htIII':t z .lAJI5getTLU art 5M sOre.


    -.1 t' ''ve '.. s aince t.1 f.'r]3 t three
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    t'-!i-t i v areI a k a'r -Ctlu T

    k 11e:1I*o IT Wft :'r1- id 1! hr 1
    in a neir suhaurta. buttit-!ii. Spkit lwe-
    11u14- fther i hi- u rafins. AsFthd
    cool harbvo 'bezsr. 'dr mi -i!,suuoAnamon
    theho3agtwco leftthe itfico- andlayind-
    hin loore the iculty toienta~nh u

    %%neasyhi. afterathbrisk wnll. rm
    Theyr- wuert. ly .'zitor Fidia t ella ge.
    wIn a I-arindla3- ,ut&'d the ker pk. l-
    ienusliof teir v-ilaiscnapba ines.1As thea
    terary agetacrow ss the b1ayj.Findlay wa-
    torac ada t the '' mle unliv i'htime guiltily
    fitierrytti ethey eni'0te.redialcottage, oIft
    wic Findl ~ay-au I anva t atet-k'sty.
    clitie ula-hoet hti3]s Ii.' ilat't'.l Ia nti t a~l
    lbar tandt'.itnoi wetIlas-h indatt..'S of it-to-'.

    ship 'wa as he eIneutael which i:taI htai:l

    ht~4 *41 dis'-. i e'e' vtll ar-''' : o, bal !*-

    life'd tr-I tt -ta ml'i ft is pouli .3 lthat

    Iaatiugi' ta' Ishr.1- NN'. 1 w-.11


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    IFitallnI~q tifleta ta '0 j1t-:i1L

    from his we~is if :1I n\ it W:71-.

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    a ig t"I. 1.Iia'-t tittt'ojilitiui-ta

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    -~t~ti 'n- I w; t h. f,,,- realliiiLzrh htiw v-.
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    -1 b rpod :ivod:tth.tic fOt


    to make that brute money pay me some
    recompense In luxury for the misery It
    cost me. Alice comes home tomorrow
    an,1 I've arranged for a leave, and we
    shaiill make a little journey. first class.
    I have discountedl either outcoieo, you
    see."


    Wn'ilanz- MttLizz nan-ta-lic. -4 ou I1nWt
    v--a:~-t I- ;(- a'$1..7-4,tit ov-er ttttlatrrot)i,
    ta't*' I'll 11:i v t14)11 INha::t pill lilo'.''
    S11.4-it 1gave v3.12r''.than

    Si.t.u'"CL; Itt ain- orin' aa iai--u tah:
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    I xx -;l't lit tlt':-r ;it n!l."


    T]..' a I T t \,- -"r .s -il hti'!'i t is lFind-

    "Si.-:. Iv'" ,~' : i .'t-t ,lA thIt \ iotw In a
    hat 'll.i.u v i-sp,.x .

    "'t, I i'li go^intg to shoot myself."s

    A1 fri;'.;tn.'. i.i'rk hold their t l'ephone
    r ,.. : ' l>:a:t '. (-li-,',. I':i'; iin h-,s c i Iaillnions.

    I il:i\ -;!;. I ,'- .' t ,.'i i s l l St l"' Tihe
    ,t.I.i- <:' i,' runi' i iil' Ie tl i h ini. "'11 snys5
    i., tang Iti S'lhe.,t" tli'n :Ias lt' li'ld
    thei r-e' ",. r f:in g"rly frfti his 'ear they
    all !itardi' I iihi'" hi.<-l r, lort it f the ishot.
    New Yor P''rss

    Shlint One llHears In the Telephone.
    It N- ,r'y li:irl to realize that the
    iv':-'' ti.t' lhair's Iover Il tel'etiplone is
    141 t e',. voti'e off t l' p'ersiI whio is
    talkitia.'" sabil ain el,.''triw'iai, (-Lattini
    ai!loait tl!i, usline'ss. "It
    svoqi s ,x:>4tl Ilo,,' thl' rcaIl tones.
    lra i\!i ':t thm ii and simall anld carriedl
    fito!i a l,':;-4 al-' ii't' by 1 s.i!ioe mechtan-
    '-a:il nta ;:n<. l't it i'it't. lIWhent one
    ? .il.: 'aa:;'t, th, i ; 1 :i'ni '.'iit. i a little.
    il' ;liil :a i a I. t ,l:' i:iit ':, l. :1 'z iils tu
    aI 'iali'. :ti!tI -'!i 1 ilra;i .on s-ntl'lS a
    i-:t\ f if e -tricity 1 v..r t!'<, wvirt'. TTlhese
    \\4i\a s stti ullp ii:ia viliratin in fan-
    ,,l ,"r diii.;;;i-n l. at l w\hl -li. j:irs tih- aair a1111 lia-i)lutt'S all
    !i tilll',li t ttile' ori :;!l;l voitctl .
    'l !- i..-t a \ .!'Vy s''Wiliti.' aexplalna-
    Iihn. b, t it'W :i,,i l :' "'ll ;ie aut,:raph-
    S.- :;!. n l; ha I !.al'.s a facsa.alea of
    l::iav. ai.liii iZ aL ta.r pa ai' lh-. Y Iou
    *\ i I fiii' ii aZ.I' Nl il a pleit it-
    ':it---1 l i "'- : ii 4-It-i'll-at al ip ul titutil.
    :al a Itt: !,a aatOl. -ijl t-T ;l t : Il'h Ctit'i etAl
    f ','t. 1 tat- ;\ a a t:" ll,; 's et\ '.y clot
    ti,! -' :. 'i' t'- tiu lt -."'! I. S lik til
    1 i i T! .!; :; i i, .i ',r'ly :a ti 't ,lAa ss


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    I :.x*-ct.l. -t<-t nr.e.
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    -l,:; -i ~ <,' l3 ii.; 1 .l ,i tllnn .'i" 1 11 u ,rl, r
    ',. tp;li'r. th :.:'-",- ta come out ddif'r'ut.
    l !i .l.;ii;;.te i- J.,urn:il.
    Human I.lnmiatilons.
    P 'r f....-- r -- ..:' .-; :. ust that r:.I keys
    t!1 litr ft. t'-I:y ; :';a !,:.- ,,f ,*;l'I,-tlig that
    l-a;,-'t h tl. :i;n.: z Lo.s' this attrnek thbe
    Ini\\ iiiu litht-r'y': v Tertainly there are
    iehl:'a .,f' hue- tvlih,; cannot learu to speak
    l'"it'n'hu..--lo-.t o u B[;Lu 't.


    JOHN RUSKIN.
    Few men hare done more in


    ORCHARD AND GARDEN.
    the ca . .


    of spiritual h.'autvit s We'll as' Manterial tila::'-r hafurt' a-.
    ant thans Joho Ituskii.-PITtsb12-.Ir s g : D : h z-ty-,-
    pat ch. I
    Like ShitL~espvi-tre. lhis genius lauh..1 u:> th1( v a a-



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    h^ "s ;inhl M ,i;..i'.-.-lI;t,; Gii. Expiri:-s.


    -' EIY DIIOP


    it !- t .* i ; !i. \ .::.-1 ,r !i.>m
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    jo .'- -t .!' *.. .'. '. ,; .i :.a s
    ;t I' a, T 1 i \\ ;Ii. :I l';>'I ,,:i: Ily
    ' : -'ily !,' : \ i .l.

    THE PEDAGOGUE.
    S The ChA< N. ,, N o, ::h;,!-v t*I-ti Ir!I%,< iry
    (M .ti.>.l!t-, :.-;,- t -r .l.." l .t ,,I f the
    Il), lti(t .II t- a a\ hl ai .l a Mt 'lh,- l. 'ihat il:il'vl
    p ......r to ra;; ; :I t\\ a.r;. <>;liry
    oiff,:i-:a:.
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    *;itt i a i1 '1 a
    11 c >, .Is i t i: i'to ':. ,, -,l !! :t


    "I Il:- i ao -I *t 1 I t I t l I ,- -.II
    u u'iril ,ii ti l('t I,. u t,,t. ur.
    W it : :i a ,Iu i't /'1 a.;- ..lt at : l':. a:. I l !.ia !-:y
    a ella--ttiat i -f I l'- iti t- :.t -la -iii :-ih. at
    fitn' of St,,',i n :il ,- tta ',t t f ,., .i:,d
    ui:t.ti]';itld :i _: t -l;.! c;t ar H t I .arvar' d.


    Lu ''; A Ihiik I wimtlId _- 'r..tv wvi-
    - I ~ ~ 1tm i -'rie' 11,41 fir ( ttC!tlit
    -- -~a-- 1-iiA IIJ lt.' "VI it. Ma. 'W' If. t

    yv-ar- atd al( av- --triced ra-'aiptie'r' with-
    mittwiaathk-r. baut PaiinBailmni-4 th#'
    a 4ia-(l'tPI lavi. -' ot hould ee4.t'
    Oiw vpltjivatioitn -ii.-athai pain.
    Fo alse hcy Hannah Bros., :-' S. Pal-
    ~ iV af.ax street.
    -h'~i1~ JiI Twill-repair v,- ur watched and
    jewelry in firs-t-claas ;tyl3-e. J. 1.
    oflfl('dicil) thatt govs in a Stepliens.
    prescription 1fihle-d ira thai tore Is
    pet te-ctly 1 ute'. Pure- drugs mehin a Med~icallocierv. Arttention.
    -p.-'.-'dy recovery. pi'.). (j, tji' 4II,.tlet; There will be a regular merting of
    a re-'lapse. Yoti watit! thle h.--t. !,,t tho Pensaccla MedieaI Inci~t~-t ,at
    u% fill younr presci iptimi.ra ndl sunly)vl the Board of HOa t0-iOffice atI
    athae-r we-cit icji. V. 4 'I. (Ureen & V.'. o'e'ltck p. n.TuosaDiy. Narciai 13 and
    -Th'I''-eIr.-s~criptiotai DuL'gi?.1t,'' S. -2A !th-
    I-il~aficx ~te-.Phomae 391). -Vi-attiniz phy-aicraiansaro ccrdtall~t
    invited to atteimd.
    D. W. MCMILLAK. NT. D.,
    'Pil.1' 'I ~~l') 1111T1C1 resider t


    IntAI M11 1A


    E. F. BRuCE. r\. D..


    low timany mletl -ipendl frin ilt todot are reaoo
    23 cents," all. f,'tr ci"t';ov'll dritik'4 ir o t oIfo fo
    :te:.t a: fri aln. y.-t never think to, house-keepinl', let f1tarston
    'p; 'ted T (' oII's ev. hI'* ttther oy Y F iti.. f i! r o
    tred.t th i i wiv,-. at h1,'m11 t,, a l l,._ i/ur ouse
    pure w:.-r tti'v can drink. andii f>r for y/O. The ,y will save zo011
    ousehol I wu'ir;e,..-. tl.w it,,:lt vi,, #1110'11C O. t' credit is good
    ,t lpumtlpl) .-r di:%" I ii ,f -/tF ur credit is 600
    ,i.,r,-l we.ll. l.'on.thiiiko (f thli-. Add W i'//it thi .tiM .
    'o thei (',,i. 'rt, ;!.ial li-A' lthi of y'-ur,
    I'1ll,- -'-t is -Ill i- ,nly ab,,t lt 2
    't- a (lay. R INNL1 IO N EE !
    Sir imtl t er iifnriiittiit nal 8- t(
    *;it, s-. jil iltlnm tL perm its. ,tr'. A-l-
    il-sI '- A PE A 1.4 \W TI lt ('o .
    MV. Prir. To
    (It1 o, ,'inruar 'Main and Barr :.,,(s
    11 t- h u I I.
    2aiali ,,-


    ~ AWARDED
    FRWCNi NATIONAL ?RiZE' Geo. Pfeiffer, Agent,
    OF 3PENtSAC'OLA.
    16.600 FRANCS Try It, On Tapi at all Fa'As


    l'4lkI a j I 2., l. -l A I'S % .t!r1, 1, I.V

    5: ~ ~ ~ I: ifs h~ '4Nv:taiIlt';g t'z 'i f.- ,r Im m1;1
    f a' .f !it f r,--4 Mi v vtr v ,f# V j
    onn'i;iai r.t ~ 1 irI .rt, fta.fisctal v-ear
    itfr -v.Je-t'nt- frnm all1,%,r a,' wt. ':iItith )p~~~~~ta- tpr'' f wiltict),
    k .ptt tt-ttt, hd d'.4 wit ia titk ;ri.[.t-a.l 4andI iotla-r In-
    orParis: 22 Rue Drouot 4t. .tut11,tifl..nIll IV h.-' 41(111 a ppl i-
    New York: E. Fougera &Co., 26 North Wl.'Lam"S1. ato iF.HGR .zinli.r


    M- anofatfurers of and Headquarters for it


    Celebrated McMillan Seamless Turpentine Still,
    CaO t it lp u alnd, ud reirin done in lt iecouati,

    MOBILE, ALA.




    ,'JOHN PURDY,-

    Foundry &' lYIachine Shops,
    C'ENTT AL WlIAltF, C',. JE FERK-toN AND PIN ,ST-ET:T.,


    Telephone 344.


    Pensacola, Fla.


    PATTERNS', '.ATINrS, LUMBI.F TRICKS, SIALL KILLEDED
    Car Wheelk. \Voi ,(u i fro- Pullr'-. H'mier-. ,9xce-. Et; Mtanu-
    factured t > Order in First-Class, Workmanlike .Manner at Rea--'n-
    ble Rates.
    Dealer in Machinery, Fittings and Supplies for
    Stationary and Marine Application.


    OFCRw"


    WOMEN WHO WORK.


    St. Louis,. Mo ,Aug. 12.
    yhcu~gh 0-11v 13)xears -h.I a- f-'c-
    pains and Ifemri :e tro-uhlt-s two v. 1. I.-t
    spring I got ''4 t-a~d I haid lto q it w" ri. 1 ..
    to sul port fliyaaeif. anti o~t,a'i -it .1fr1 d a 1
    priedeudd etcur I Rot itae ft %%::I I
    Cardi aral thV' Ma.!e rme t I bette~rif
    110W u'tk-d 'F.-Verall- At' AMi'A-ttaia '
    mother u'e~li 0:e' Wane for Ihc.aaa'ct i. .
    w" greatly relieve 1-


    : >; 1


    Many Or's an.Il x -. id ttan 't -e"t' ir n- h--
    vari --us ax!.' a'< --m. :. T.'r -tI*a--V :: --

    peculalIriv ..-c i-w *'.a- 4 t t 0 --- -




    F LACIIES' ADVISCRYADEPARTMENT. - -




    Druggists sell LargeB:~e for $IF1.00.


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    VIDAL & SMITH,


    'I


    i4


    Sole Agents for Celebrated YELLOW LABEL and
    j--other High-Grade Whiskies. e*

    PROPRIETORS OF THE OFFICE SALOON.


    H. H. WICKE.


    Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter.

    No. & South Palafox Street.
    All Kinda o. Piumbiz ar d (.aJ 0 Fitti:pr.- M:;tf-rial,' K.- ; i P ,




    o--PKOPKliTOK !F '--o

    CRONIES SALOON
    o-DIEALER IN-o


    Imported anod Doestic lines, Liquors and 'igar.
    JUG TRADE A SPECIALTY.


    Co rner elinont ind Devilliero .Sts.


    F. ('. Hlt!NT.
    I r-*. ( *


    W4N. IIKNe411VM


    P F.N*4A CO 1,A. F 1 '


    4 tt'-t. I - I a.-


    First National Bank

    OF PENSACOLA. FLA.


    WM. H. KNOWLES, W. A. BLOUNT. F. C. BRENT, W. K. HYER. JI
    D. 0. BRENT.


    irIip Ai Dili Eszcl e Bc ht a 2Sc.1

    ADWe draw our own Billk of Exchange on Oreat Britain, Irel
    Germany, Franc". Anatria, Italy, Holland, Spain, J1olgium, R oasla,
    way, Hweden. Denmark and other European countries.

    Sj'Vsoel- Dtibur-ed upon those Most Favorable Terma, and t '
    ObligatiorsHTakpr Payablrt at Port of Destination Ten or Fifteen r.
    after Ve-imsl Arrivre there.
    CWySafety Deposit Boxes for Rent in Connee:o''t
    -ith which we have a Prtva*e Apartment for thet 1-#e
    of 1a t ora.


    Cold Weather
    Coming. .
    ordr t6-r-i 'l -n ;, ,
    c',l(i nsi ;irriv'-s. %% v-. %.. ,
    to,--t ('coA ou 'van t .prot :,r- t ,- .
    or .n-rinX i.urpotP-,a :'t r, ;-, .


    TIomp8o0, Olser 9 -
    I>,iB!-r- '.

    Coal and Wood.
    '"Iflc anl Yarl: M 1 .. o-.-
    aud Ia.:.noa' a:ret,'.


    Telephone No. 147.


    McMillan Bros. Co.


    kN Coppersmiths,

    General Metal Workers


    IX WIN E


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    8 THE DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 1900.
    S II i


    IIRIlU8 AtiIIwITIS


    -AT THE-


    FLORA CITADqUL A!

    Saturday, Xarch 10.


    FRED. H. OLIPHANT,
    Ti e Faro ':ub Swiig-r.


    1 HE CELE.ICAIE')


    Juanita Glee


    Club,


    (OF (,H Ick. Fo -iurteen Meniber-..

    MORNING HOUR.
    E. ktoM ktbrid', Paii P. "i ,P Ia,' .cA.A-:..
    :u It u ri t 4if F-Ilot I i i a t1 1 l i':.A I T.1.1t..-
    leans-.
    hF F[ERNOON HOUR.
    krig'r. 4. .- .-: J :4 1 .!. 1 4 ,-rh.--*ra.
    *in. eu. %iat'Barhto- (.* ulo: ML.4
    .% Karo 4 'pport u:.:! '\ fir Ra1,7--!!* k .3'
    jng of theFartier- of W,.tern kiorI-i'.1.
    EVENING HOUR.
    FEtc.. tby Pr.it. If. E. t(. ara*. -1:.
    S~toddard. M. Levatnt I1'a% .-. lFa\-Pia::o-bai
    Fi rt k%&l.oa,xn and Far.- Wai, ( I, t..,- Lik-'i



    Charge.

    A Rare Day of Blended Pleasure and
    I nsftetior.

    Fort be Round Trip
    OILY 60 CENTS from I'.azaw-ila -i'
    Kavor Junctuion and I ntoorimedaat. tataon-.
    by SpcilajTrain%. tChrappot and P..=t k.
    curilon in it)-- World. c, IlSKEN *2
    Trainedo not e~v auntl f~er Evt-nnaag Srr-
    * ioD4

    J..piss.v- May 41 v. U16 The IVtght.
    Nsw Yom[. IMarch 7. -A dispatch
    from Oe'"9a say.: Amoneg the officers
    of the cruiser who recetly returned
    here from the fit:-elat there ft a Stroag
    belief that tWe enoruwon,; grrison being
    formed at Pact Arthur, Dali and Vi Va-
    divointock will bs uat-azed soon as a ea-
    ecC.-va level 'or c~mteUing time JaoazL:eeo
    to abandon their atq;2oitasons in C0oza.
    This commander of on*. of the cruisers
    expre-ei his conviction that Weree tbe
    end o ais % ear Rums-ian infi-jeace ;n
    the easternen penius-.2A will hare to-
    com it oakibeilut*;y domnaiant that theo
    Japaneses wil1 feel morally ceestrained
    to itive up the struggile &ad reLire from
    the xnany important evoerprise. mthey
    are t.:w prote-cutinig in Coreca &d th't
    will open up tue way fo: the gradualc
    eaaump~ion of a Rjaseiaa proweto-a~e.


    It i- very hI ir to -t t i, idly vy ,.J
    r-e- out dr -ar ir-- ftnor *T :!.ile I I ; t% -
    IMI! th, a'rrivIl of t!i-A d,'cta'. A\n
    Albany N. Y .d:irymn.i call-d .tI a
    druzL*.-tr, thl r f-T r a d >.ct,. r tia .. :.'4-
    and see r,-i child. th, n very '(k
    wi:tih roiup. No, fi'-dinag thi- (.'t,.r
    Im. he it-f, word f-:' 1iil' to C', .. it
    onll e sont ti'- T*+ TrIl. He al-o li,,;-!,
    ?t h.ittle o0f C('ht unberl:tin's 4. *4.1
    t:.-nid dy. which t's tlf, .l w it: ;:i| ,i .
    in.' reli-f until theo do,*tor ,.iiid
    ..rrir JI a f-w l.otlr. i- i" rettu ned.
    -ayitnir the doctor ni-ed not c.mine. ia-
    the child was- iulcth h-ttf-r. The
    druizri-t. Mr. ( ftat lly Iy h -1:1t recioto ),.ided .d
    C'hatibo-rl.,in ('.,u lIt Re i+idly to
    their notlihhri anid fri=-nd. until he
    liaS a oita iftaIt di- lin d f1or it riroit
    th.it r)art of ti e. caiutt v. F or -al-
    hy Hann ii fl lr.-.. 21 S'Utth 'aluaf,,x
    street.
    B .tr iii bottlet atd ac:t*"- fir tf. 11
    il% use at Euga ne Arbona's.

    Tie Escamibia Furnitare Co.
    Has Jus: RI.c'iv-d :i ltar..'-
    'ivo:e+.- of t!;h- Fainou-
    Itug-Proot
    Pal ea-tl sto '1attreaPmticM.

    Who is Rader ?
    He's the Laboring
    Man's Friend. He will
    sell you Furniture on
    the easy payment plan.
    Elegant bed room sets. or
    cheap ones, whicherer you.
    want, at Marston ff Fin ch 's-
    DURAMV Cigars have
    been tried and fire test-
    ed. D'Alemberte sells
    them.


    Coffee: Coffee::
    ll'e call the attention o/
    the general public to 'he
    fact that we hare one of0
    the best equipped Iloa Iers
    in the South. and that u'e
    can furnish this delicio,,is
    beverage a prices //,Wt
    defiy competition. I\'e a(]s,
    wish to remind you that our
    Coffees are always fres]i
    from. the Roasfe.r Whh ile
    others are old and hare lost
    their aron.a. ours is.' 'esht
    and delicious.
    N.ew Orleans Grocery Co.,
    JAS. M'HUIGHI
    Phone 105. Proprietor.


    MARITIME.
    A RRIV RD AT t.EA IA N'TI NF.
    Nor bk Naira. l'am. Im akke!sen. London. to
    P4-noacoaist Lumalw.r Co
    It bk X'"no-zinn. ".5 Foarraiaa aM aroei I Ies t)
    Betarm, toun~udy & co

    Br -k~~ *.o ~ ToIhlf&,.-i. -Y I-
    Chaei-4 ~ I.) 4.*.f rran-u f-
    -A 11,rI P.1.
    Folr :o. Irewti-I i ata Iut inlfo
    1'r ia I :-.la lC;:-:zt.Cood.,. T~anaiacu

    -~.-t r .f, ir Ha-r4awk, %% i i h ;41 6 f T
    Ioithtb-r. .- .'- ,awna tarttii, ~lilat
    N*,r Iuk 1' 2'.l~).770. Sri-ad"-..'. iv 'N%. S
    K -', %-r A .. 1. r Lc,.doon. wit na-7. 7.-2l,* !. t
    At nt i.-r.1 valluod a: $7.-.,:.
    co ..i.1 'e 11- d. h4ah. .Ii- 4.
    cett.L. I;',ii nlhal.'-claottia.'1 'n
    ti -4 lr tj t-% ri~it. 2U4. (imotioy i ulf
    1 at -f" 1:No.11 Pl C av
    .kT 1',% K A NTaI N
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    vF.IoS,1 iN PCHT
    STRAXS1IIIPS
    an: i:.t,. :,-,77, 13 r(; I. o W !. W at I-
    tich A 4",
    -A l ltotarm 7or I", !.unct~ralll. to ordi. r
    V6ai d & 41
    ,Nr it~awnio 4 ;41 n*to to Baar'..

    aSki IP
    I t A :.444 ':06. -k. ll!tm r. o' tolo I tn~-eo H to-.
    1, u. a:i' 11,- I7, Patter~vii. to 11
    I~a C '4 ~ hu-.1722. DIiarchanaian.to 44.' 1,
    Watt~ch &t
    Nor Paittti r~i. ;rd, r1alvcr~o-aa.to) 11I1


    I4r An a a B ,a. .4tter-r'.a. to Eaars..
    [Jurltwaly & k 'W
    It -1r1i~a~,. i, (Costa. to Bator-,,Duua-
    Nor Baoao--a. -'-, Evi-nasen. to (order
    It Cognaat.. --u, Pautri ncoI, to Ws s'osto
    II ro'.
    Nor Ilov're. 7^.. Lar..n. a-lifror Sharpn#.-'.
    It I 'ue au-iw, 1,0 I7. Lararet ma, to order
    "oar Friga. -C-71. Weise, lDundee. to order
    Nor Ht 1iaaose. Nait~ben to W 13 Keyser
    "-or Jllghfl:i-r. 'xatmi. Andeor-on. to 1. VL o
    Ru. Hollint, 4"T7. Akerlund, to Penisacola
    fLumtwr Cm
    It Italia.%'45. P.-dateila. to C To~rre
    It LUIL-13aF,1.41P. C81Rbsti~. to W HKeyser &
    Nor Lady (ialy,. i27.4, Jacobia-n. c~lullor
    Lu odee
    .Nor Iot!-~w 7,o vendt,encld fair
    Lonidon
    Noar Ma'thM~'CO. 4V7. Kiev. to order
    N or Ma-rzapsia-.. 1'75. Johabion. toi Baars,
    lU 11 A O V .- a ',:
    Nor Msargar~stbp. i L.Iarc'en. eld for
    Nw- %()rwaty. '.li-n raksen. to 4W4S 2-. 'v-y
    s- A C,)
    N ''a(ice-a::,. 57.Th-nai'-en. to order
    Itatas At ,!. 7.I-1.a1d'.iltrouia *to orde-r
    N or Rut-r''a ,--crafto'iii tB. Jensen'. -i to
    ItI W41 'v~ir~t. i..Ht zzo. lto I'a-a-ci, t~rol.,
    hu'. I !1- V'-! r,% Mattita n. toi ta1am: .
    !a.d 1Ii ei.:'--. Holian erg. c~d for I;,-- -

    Nor 2.i2-, M ar,!u-.,4-:ald lair IUott.'r-
    111110
    Am E4et;~. .. -Lkvr. to E B:t-.auna-
    'Ie-r- x I t
    -fir V!.-', an. Knag, t a or.Ia-r
    Am It ,A ttt-

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    inrlI: i.t.'',-. ~.l.a'a.t t,) a'.ti'r
    .'Aaa ll z:.)I ki ,. .. .I-ak-ai, )t
    1. c-l
    .44l FnHaa'.: A\ ~ia ont t
    Ci*, CLEAREDJAND) MAiLgl) FOR rPEN-
    MfAL L'0J1-...


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    I rta'.N,-i -.-na. .Xtit w-rp Ju tt
    14.' ''a. tur ..I. kH a r;-; or P t MNIhae't
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    t -.. I -c'.-
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    14H I IRS.
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    Viiri2., at. N or, L i;. .aa'.1 a w~'k F.-ta !to
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    A4t n t.' K Acecaniha. t.dI t I~ Brksriti he -antal.1a4
    Agath-. .Noi1.1-' 7. 'tat A~tilwiop I11.-ctrI
    U4ranvat[- be P.. il. '%1.(1iCarthmstaateta. 1 an '-5
    Cn'f ta4Ru, -.-i. itt veI mic.laaa. lho-P1
    aaatilia. 4'.t-:1 iula izn 4
    IC-larw.ait-. Ir :Q'S. !.d %at1.4.111 'Sa.11 ,lOct 14
    Fmr i.1aaiai.;-vr or.%v44, at Antwe'rp
    I .-c 14
    Eitnarvao.1*. -21 tTutals I 11-c 20'
    N ov -'o a- i ar PR05 oat
    tiaut. Nor A.C. .ld Flo.'two,,id. JIaaa--",4
    4i. Ir. Nor. as '1 i're'ton 11--c 1t
    Joih~an I N( a-.r. .ld 4litri-Atiano-and Nov I0a
    .lohaflhli. %;)-r. -1.1 Tons'hurg I'vliec4A
    I...'iua-i. -N-ir. -1d LoindaoaaJari .22
    Laino. I t'I. -!,, 4.w-uoti Nov fP
    Loua-. Rot... 447lq. RI I snalur. Vti
    !l'laaal"Ie.a. %o') lii. daiLe' tia.1111Y It
    NMaro'e-l a. It- -1 1 IA iinturira. Nov i
    ( ) I go. lKu -. 4at1.Lii tI I l"I be :to2
    0tuatira', It. iv w, aldHu-noo A vreo -ro't.tt !Ot
    Purla id'.I'.~t4.1.10% od A4m..me'alni Jan It)
    -jgrP, %,, ir t.aul ~rre4toaa. Jan '.
    ~4 t ;- .k.It 'u. a;.L.& l'latai. NLv-It;t
    GaOEoO3ab.
    Pullox. Ru... 0,11 Seattety Roads Dec-..2
    Duffy'= M 'ut is- better tla.tin mcdlJ
    citif. AtLu:in.Aba4.
    DURHAM Cigars are
    the finest 5 cent smoke
    Try them at D'Alem-
    berte~s.


    Three Large Stores
    F ull i '11 .Tf V The fia.,.-t
    till,- if'A! ~ : -,it lB.'ar.om S'*uitt. i- ev



    I., IWNtt'. T c h, I) an


    co:' .. .f the ilialaat
    the crew of S& d v-al
    i~ia'.I .: 'VA t-upta.n.

    iHIRtho captain, own-r.
    ~infl ,).- *.iugn-% sof Ib" i- .r Ik
    B :. ]Ia n will b e soi
    ,t ')debtb contracted by
    thxe crew of Said vr.s,el.
    &.' ("-I~. Captain.


    I. GUGENHIM'S


    HOEl


    !I
    Lil nhil


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


    Children's at reduced
    prices ...




    A Special Sacrihce!

    3;-) Pair- Ladies' Vici Kid Spring
    IHeel Button and Lace Shot(
    for only


    $1.25.
    REGULAR PRICE $2'u.


    Getlemen,t Miss It!
    ^ Don't Miss It!


    A SHORT TIME;
    THE ONLY TIME,
    AND CASH TIME.


    Men'-l Genuine Calf Tan Lice Hand
    Sewed Welt for only


    $2.50.
    REGI'LAR PRICE $350J.


    Don't Lo-e Time and go About
    Pricit g. We Still Lead a- tbhe Low-
    e.-t lIic- S!,oe f i ,us- iin the (Citv.


    Ytiur, r-or Shones and


    TRUJNKS.


    /. GUGENHEIA.


    FOR BEAUTIFUL


    RUGS


    and ~rt peissof al in d2]1t
    wo 11ai-I s-..-ev.-rvth inlig, i 11-
    Furniture Linec. cal! at
    Thl. Escauiia Furniture Cenipein's.


    * RACKET STORE.


    CO.ALBIh


    IIO1TSE.m


    S *0 *


    GOODS.


    SPE~04L NOTICES.


    I OHE


    SPRING


    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


    I most tasty line of Ladies Shimrt Waists
    in all colors and prices.



    Our Stock is Immense!










    S.',,we are the Leaders.


    Millinery,
    *:G (;nt, lir/ijhin and 7oIhini alhnost


    The big finest and most complete line of's

    Carpets, Nattings, Curtains, Window
    SIn MShades, Etc.
    '" we are the Leaders.
















    We are Invincibles in Low Prices
    This makes our Success.
    I Millinery, ,
















    Mail Orderi Promptly Atten 'd t,-.
    S < -/tS'frade D '.';n ,t hi/f u /n .71o Cfa F, alm.t aC3..
    O'i,,FI.E AD .IA -'



    CO Shades, FREDAEtc. &CO







    to _^


    SW. B. WRIGHT COMPANY,
    MANr'F.\ "I! I:1.t ,l- A:, : \!:.'li- IN

    1 7 LUMBER, LATHS,
    S AWED CYPEE3SHNGLE-K!i-Dric Saps
    I PN'-. AIT .A. FL\.k


    BYTTI ILWI' WAIT COLUMI1o!


    *F. E. BRAWNER'S-


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    IS ARRIVING!


    bo 114
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    To make room for them the remnant of Winter

    Goods will be sold at Sacrifice Prices.
    Here are some of the Bargains.


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    -', 105 S. Palafox Street,


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    4V-.] i avdr..hart..regaalasra..- vaut
    lao' d-',, Mo '. n*%ta sandi (baid Ir'-n'o
    Hils.-k an'! Tait. KI- Il -111aia1-%Sft) i--,
    rt-'..la tr L112 goods,. for I h a'-ali'
    .2.2 aa- Black anil Ca'1'ir.-II inr l.-tIa.
    halif wool ttil.-A. re ualar "~'.-e tllp-r,
    fair tbis 5&Ivlu. pe-r ytordt
    !n.:)~t F''ao'k ;1a111Col'tr.d if.-11 lol't4 .
    -' 'a or' rot. ( I :,' 41.. ... .t .
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    -- f.' r. thi.- :..por yatri
    4-14'- 11 If-la mie-r'Itr. blat-k oaat% -ail
    flal ht-r tial -aik- a'orp. ri-.2tilar
    .:,c-si~t*iaa .- '*11-r. f'or Itn..'is t' nor
    3 rti. 58 Awlt
    -j .i~e-r. for thai-4 als,. p~er 3 ra


    Remember the Place,


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    Dat, cli.
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    easy /paymients.


    SFRIEMAyN CO'S


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