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DAILY


NEWS.


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 12, 1900.


NO. 32.


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


iE AND CHILDRlEN MIACItNG O


BilTiED TllDEATH


'T0 BLOIE.FO0NTEIN


T ~a---: -1 Nr;.5 ? L J I~oterts' Forces are Un-


Tc: e nt.


,ppo-sed as They Proceed.


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a'11d W111ia'Ii juhiiped f1*aiuia t!".
-rv mid fr-1xi the race!(w-
Nitornu.cs-l ike V(:itr~a(tt-r 44
'ii.- tlifira'uiacn wora- uiabla.
athemtr with ladde-r-a.
11 bodie iuhave been taken (ma
a-A#-nutv-fvtv- ottaeri are missilig.
Aathlth dead are children. Of
--mir f iftp#,u are children andc
aie-i.Non" of the men lost
a a~ They foiught their way
t ie+- crtwd (of panic-strat keu
a afd children and e~ccaped.
a~a aaedinceiAai~rt h- I beet4C'

IA(.LISII WARIO A)AN
'IatII aILtife Insurance ("Ampanu'
%Oata.(FIVoweerLI-Ijmif.4p(oo
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.-uat it. 4 I '0tiIiJ4 ii 41f No-
ut,-tsctaed f,,a- t::a,, If~
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v .It first off. red ttia take t1:1.
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1 Sita:. (Caplit:l Wedlnesdtay-Poe.iabil
I' Thiat the IIter-, may Make a Iterei
-. niiin-,d Stand at Outtkirts a T I...\,., N. .Mrclh 12.-Th- w:r ,1f
a; -d vy i-c' iv-d a i di-pt':i ftroi
Lord Rbl-rt-. d.ited at -' a. in:.
A-k'.,, i KlyJe. -aylini tliat 1!
. fa'i, '- *,, I- rhIOipp,-1 ed dUliln;u t!;e-i
-:.:r'!. y"t' rniay.
n,*:i. < tt-rrr i e-;', rt;s th.:t I.,* wa
*A :"..in a in ile' of lB-thui li- r:' i !r,)ao
i, l_-. --terday. T'ie bridge wa
':nltially destroyed aild their HRer
\. a, i1 li. the opi4posite- batik.
1 At t..e- pre-,-nt rate (of pro ,res
a I. ,:t I, be-rt' forces should be a
lI,.'n.flonte-in by Wednesday.
S It i1- possible that the Hoers mai
- nitik. a determined stand at the out
f skirt- tof the town, or it may he tha
Sfoir strategic reasons they" wil
uiwrely harra-s the British advance
t then fall back ind permit them t(
_ enter the capital.
f Canadian and Australian volun
d teerA who were here recently wer,
t unanimously in favor of eradicating
y the two republics and to have all fu
u t ire cases of rebellion tried before t
judge and two military officers, bu
n the C(ape Dutch who were capture<
at Sunnyside and have already heei
arraigned in the civil courts will bh
tried by jury at Cape Town at thi
April a-i/e-. The government wil
! aak parliament to organize a special
court f4r such cases.
A (C'tp- Town dispatch -ays tha
puhlicaition of President Krurer'
Sappe-il' to the burir-heis was received
f joyfully by the British, as it prove
,t I their -ati-faiction that the Boer
. have be-ien disorganized by rect i
1Te Cai) e Tinies discourageos thf
- a;ctiv'e axit.atioln in -upport of the an
!:!!ill:tioii *)f the tw4o repulalies amn
:i'dvises ti people to ihav'- coifideiaic
'i; (G rat Brit.iin, t t:at v ; n
III-It will ml1 ke th', -ett'ill. it en
.' r iy at i lact, "' .
C(''e- i hl l.-- it:i. ldi eaiiding M r
I'ak a'r. a tit-d arc!,itect, to .h 'ypt
,'iian' aiild Atli-.ni- toL su;dy the Maui
um-V tl. h-r. WVie'i he- returns I
will erect a MaiLus-il ,m a t Kimberli
:in iiieni-'ry ot thl -.e kill do in thal

s ulnIg r Peace'
A -n ta i>- i a i of the f.r, !'i n olli '- i t.
t-a f iied a coria r piaa nii lt it hiat I're-l
L,,r.i Sa.li.sbury i ,ti.ai th. co l-tn
,,f : u lF:ilr .a.ii,.li i'a w to si att t.rnli-
i;a ia wi:icli ipea'-.' cAtil bt) arranged
lt i, -t W 41-r t a ts t .itcatco niipatied I>
,lTiV dt-ci-irtitlio ?t- tao what t',ril
ti."y We lll iiaccept.
I i-. saitl thiit lt:lyv i- t1he country
c:t-ke'd to tW-ai-t illii .tkinia p'-ace over-
A Pat i-; speeiAl av%- Dr. Le-yds de-
nit- tit. -t,,riy that K iuger ;itid Ste'y;i
I:ve cabled a paI.ce protocol to
S.il-harv.
Til;E KNII 'CkY VWAR.
'e-retary #'f Sitate- l*P.%teu- and Capt.,
l0aviN Taken to LoniNville.
L.i:Nx i,,roN, Ky., March 12.-See-
i etary of aState Powers a nd Captain
1) ivis under arrest charged with
co4maplicity ill the murder of tiov-
rnoir (i 4bl,. were secretly taken
fro'n j:iul lbetweeni midnigilt and day-
Itreak teo day and in charge oft heriff
Sutter of Frankfoirt were driven
eoverlana to Versailles,. where It is
reported they were placed on the
train and taken to Loui-tville. The
atftlcer- will say nothing and the'
tuards at the jail profess ignrance
ita to the movements of Sheriff Sut-
toer and hi- prisol-ner-. The removal
of the prisoners Ihas caused much
X'* te ilt int.
Cotiln quotationli .
NEw V <> aK. M:airch 12.-('ottin
i- q!ited t, ta . ..a 1 A pr el. i {:; J ; ni ', l.-'ui: July. I 21:
Au; ii;-t. *.- 2 ,ptita ibi r, 24; Octao-

( a. !;;a, tk1 1l. i H I iv .oe il ( ..i ,
a aaiar' teii o`ii.li.iu. filhiaprt 1I
t,!i .-'\'ar:l ; i ni'-ia.t l.i r in cit f r,-'iiwa i
i :'lt f il to .et tick-t-. l' ice 7,',
,.: t-. I-t :i ,it of Hi 1' P Elk<- chair-
;:v ti;:. i l I,:tta'. H ai l. M ond aly
a-* iii.Z. Iat a'. -t inl-tf '
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S ev e.a-r a'y f my f i ,:ily ar my-
-.-!f bt-:ii ta rtcoia ,ii w tt h ,in tea
u-,- t CA' Co(' t1 ] !e aty. ;,,l .,- r.-
-uL t w.- Itv. tr .Liv, t '--iild t\a .iy fera
a 1 (i i tor ;unit ih r!; ; 1 a :.- d-.*tor
tb'l. f ar t'f1 :ti.i a rltiif.I,, ( '*iu i em --
,-dy i:-Vt-er fail- to cut ip. It is c-r-
::a.il\"- m;lll- dici:iAe ,f grea-it nerit and
w.o:rtl.-D. S. .IEAl:kLt:. G general
i ,-rcit:ant aind Farme-r. M.1tile. Bed-
fiOrd co:;!ity. Pta. For sal,. by tLan-
ual Bros., :.' So-tlu Palate:x street.


FIGHTIKa RESUMED

IN SOUTH AFRICA

Twelve T.' iusand British Aro
Closing on the Boers.


PREPARATIONS FOR SIEGE LEGISLATURE IS SUPREME


e
Kruger Has in ourtued to retorla
Juiubert Sauld to Be There Also-Tll
Ilumors of 31.afking's Relirf Not
iCo.flrniaed.
i Lo~L n'), March 10.-A dispatch front
t Pretoria dated yesterday says:
The president has returned from
r Bloeifontein. General Joubert is ex
pected here shortly. Fighting corn
Iinenced in the direction of Helpmakaai
this morning.
S The only important change in thb
general ituation in South Africa, indi
cated by the news received up to soon
today, is that General Bauller is again on
Sne move. The news comes in a dis
t patca from the Boer camp at Biggars-
berg. dated Thursday. March 8, laying
v "i'welve thousand British are threat
- ending the Boer positions from thedireo
t tion of Heipmaksaar. while a party ol
1 British scouts was encountered ai
, Waschbank March 8 "
o This force was probably General Hun.
ter's division, and is is considered quite
- possible that a attempt may bea mde
t to traverse the neck ot Zaluland Unto
tg he Transvaal, theas effecting the 4oable
. purpose of outflaakang the Boers al
a Biggarsberg and threatenlag Vryhead
T and Utrecht.
d The Boers are reported to be at Bigger*
n berg in considerable numbers, bus ist i
e said, they ane already sending theli
e stores to the rear. General Joubaer ap
I pears to have left active service Is take
l charge of the war office a Pretoria.
Lorenao Marquez stories attriib his
e action pattly to the alleged fact that he
S has lost both control and confidence of the
l burghers and partly to his wish to push
the preparations for the siege which are
* supposed to be being made at the capi
. t a l .
Lord Roberta has not reported up to
this hour today, but the military an.
thorities are of the opinion that Gen-
" eral French must be nearing Bloemton-
i teini
' la some quarters General French is
- credited wiai the design to corral both
" presidents, whose exact whereabouts.
now ever, are diteicult to ascertain -st
* :nl distance
Tne war .tiice is unable to confirm
- tihe ruini.rs ot the relief of Mafeking.
Slu tioe -rvice c!lh's trerd 'f bf'i1' is
Sitaat thli.t will be per:eoted in a few
e d&ys. Possibly this belief is the out-
comO of cbo recent revelations indi.
cating tuat if toe relief column is to ao.
c rnp.lnii anything it must arrive with-
" outdoiay.
t Po Many People are Expos,1 to r. iin.
i ',,Il, anti storming, that it i- niio co-ary
That thty should have soii#-tlhiii to,
* rauiitt ract the ef.tfects. A mixture,
of a teaspoonful oif PAIN-KII.i,~i! i:i
Sweater sw4.-tlied, will stiiii i frtl,
y-'tl-in arnd ward air any n po.-iloiliry
f f cold. It liai heen usi-d for rixty
ve.iar. ail over the world. andi nii-
lions te-tify to it-; -terling worth.
There is biut one Pain-Killer, Perry
i Davi-'. Price -w. aitnd 60-c.
Cotton instead of Tobacco.
RAI.E.III, March 10.-John Cunning-
barn, the largest tobacco grower in
* North Carolina, and chairman of the
state board of agriculture, says he
learns from reports that the eastern
North Carolina growers will not plant
as much tobacco this year as formerly,
as they intend to largely increase their
cotton acreage. They are greatly dis-
satisfied wish the prices of the last to-
bacco cropl Great quantities of bright
tobacco are grown in eastern North Car-
olina, and the action there is important.
Allianseo Renounces* iolietlc.
RALEIUH, March 10.-Tsn years ago
the Farmers' Alliance was organized in
all North Carolina counties, save three.
It had over I.SO0 sub-alliances and 105,-
000 members. The order went into pol-
itics and created the Popuisit party.
Then it nearly collapsed. The state
secretary said today that It is growing.,
and that it has organizations in about
50 counties, with about 8i0 sub-alli-
ances. Ailiancemen declare that they
have dropped politics forever.
Irs. C(aln Hurnied.
RINxoaoI.x. Ga., March 10 -Mrs. Mat-
tie Cain. wife of Ruel Cain. who is a
brother of Sheriff Cain, of this county.
was horribly burned by fire yesterday
morningn g at P.easant Grove, her home.
in this county. The attending physi-
mcan thia o sbe has but slight chances
to recover. Hler clothing caught from
the fireplace.


Pure Blood
S"h, h e-t (ldef-n-- again~; dipease--
ti. t Hi-t, t,-r' Sta':; ct'h Bitter-
i;;tk ~- heit;iy h.blal. If you want


2t W I zi kepwell. take it
rtazii :irlY. it %wail k-l'pthe owel!;
:44111%,p i'd ciiar .aI l -tich *:'Iiiach
-a: i-hl~v,-r. wt :tk Rkd:i'-''-. uiAla-
ri i. fevpr and mz'i". S- that a
Plriiate Ileinune Slanumpc-t--the
iack eof the- b )ttle.


A !msaictgtirdl
Araiii-t
sickupe"'


Hostetter's
Stomach
Bitters


. Governorship Controversy Still Un.
a settled-Republlcans Will Carry tha
t Case to State Court of Appeals-Rea
view of Case.
1I LOUISVILLE, March 10.-A decision
sustaining the contention of the Demo
a crats that the legislature is the tribunal
- designated by the constitution for the
* determination of contests for the office
r of governor and lieutenant governor
was handed down in the circuit court
a today by Judge Fields. Tho Repub
* loans will appeal the case to the state
a court of appeals, and if the decision
a there is against them they will try to
- get a hearing before the United States
supreme court.
: 'dge Fields reviews the history of
the case and the pleadings of both sides,
* tnt devotes most of his opinion to
f quoting courts of last resort involving
t the competency of the legislature to de-
cide similar disputes. He quotes the
" report of te consess boards, finding in
favor of the Democratic contestants for
governor and lieutenant governor, and
Says that while the legislature was die.
perused by militia before these reports
t were acted upon and was barred from
i its usual sitting place, the records of the
legislature show that she reports de-
* glaring Beckham governor were adopted
by a quorum of each house of the legis-
Si lature. This showing of the records he
holds to be sufficient. The line of au-
p thority to the effect that the courts can-
. not inquire into the motives whioh in-
s duced the action of the legislature he
i declares is unbroken and must be taken
as ihe law.
To the argument that there was no
i quoium when the general assembly ap-
proved the reports of the content boards
and that it had been adjourned, the
i foregoing authorities say the statement
of the legislative records that there was
then a quorum is sufficient.
Judge Fields concludes as follows:
"The report of the contest board does
i not indicate upon which or how many
of the contestant's grounds of contest it
acted, whether upon the alleged tissue
c ballots or military interference or other
of the numerous grounds specified and
I am not permitted upon this hearing
to look into the evidence; but if each
pirty has sustained by proof the charges
of fraud made against the other in tbe
pleadings and this were a proper place
for the application of that principle. I
would hold them to be in pari deiicito
as violators of the law and refuse to aid
either of them.
.tilieultieas give way to dili-
uiace.n and disease germs and b!ood
humor- disappear when lHood's Sar-
,iiparilla is fLithfully taken.
PROMINENT MEN ARRESTED.
.*,ill K-uvown Kr.,ituckltns (Charged
Sailh Iul- .Murdrr of Goebel.
F!n:A. C')ultou of Jackson county, a clerk in
the a~tlce of State Auditor Sweeoney.
was arrested and placed in jail tonight
charged with complicity in the murder
of the late Governor Goebel. Toe ar-
rest was made by Chief of Police Wil.
hain.s a: 9 o'clock. Warrants charging
tne same offense have also been issued
:or the arrest of Secretary of State Ca-
lob Powers and Captain John W. Davis,
policeman of the state capitol square,
but they have not been served.
Warrants against ex-Secretary of
S'at oCharles Finley and John T. Pow-
ers, brother of Secretary of State Pow-
ers, charging them with being accesso-
ries to the Goebel assassination, have
been sworn out and sent to Whitley
county for service. Davis s in the city
tonight, but was not at his residence.
and up to a late hour the police had not
found him. It is not known if Secre-
tary Powers is in the city.
The warrants on which Coulton was
arrested, and for the arrest ot the two
Powers. Finley and Davis, were based
on an affidavit made by Thomas B.
Cromwell of Lexington, Ky., before
County Judge Moore. Cromwell has
been assisting the detective in hunt.
ing down the case and it is said that
acting under directions from Colonel T.
C. Campbell and Commonwealth's At-
torney Franklin be spent several days ,
in Hardin, Bell, Whitley and Knox
counties, where it is alleged the evi.
dence against the parties arrested was
secured.
ltoltl;I, THI-; ( A -tartling incident of which Mr.
John Oliver of Philadelphia. was the
Subje-ct. is narraled by hin a e fol-
lows: "I wa- ini moa-t dr.-adfull
coiilition. 1y '.kin was almn-t ytvl-
lIw. Cy's sunkt':i. tongue coat ',d.
pain continually in back and sid .
n.i itjpeqit-e grtidually grelwi;:g
w-eaker day by day. Tlir-- plhy-a-
*ia ii hIad given i' up. Fortrutn at---
lv. : friend advi-ed trying Flectric
-i!'tprs,' and to my great joy and
nurp;ri-e. the first bottle made ; d--
,ided improvement. I continued
th, ir i-pe for tl;ree' wee k a;id al I:


Inow ;a well man. I know thlf-iv -- tv d
my life, and robbed the grav-. ,I ain-
iothair victim." No one should f ill
:aa try them. Only ; tl at AV. A. D'Aleinberte's Drug;
*Store.
Elegant bed room sets, or
cheap ones, whichever you
want, at Marston Finch's.


(: LElEHMIEI .


a Departments Clogged With Use-
less Employees.

PROBLEM FOR CONGRESS TO SOLVE
t
. Iow to Ctlear thie I vil ersfice of Sta-
a perunnunted and Ineffliient Men.
S ennatir tiallon't Loan mers i ee.
Joke o4n Del|ew..
S \V.III,, i,)N. .Mar1-h 12. -(rSpe-ial. I -
a "Tlhr'ae i- a -r'it proll.'i:i which n.il-
gr' \\ iil .so rli' tilli' the 'all"'l 1 luponti to
1 sol-, ain tli. Iohnger it is lput off the
Simore ditticult it will ble vliait slhill lie
l doue with ilie old and superatinuatel
I emploJ'yees of thel daelpartiiments in VWash-
ingtonli These have lee-n on lthe in-
a crease, and there arte niow 1o manyiy
i carrieil on the rolls that the business is
I logged and the departani-ut chie-fs are
wondering what they can do with
thetmi. home of the senators who ilin av
ieM'ni investigating the matter ,estiiiate
that their are froinm ,-m to s 4i 'pniploy-
tes in ieacih of tl eight d'-partmlints
hbre who are n'ot n -apable of earning
anythiiing as government' it clerks andl
who really pierforiii nol dili toi spak
of far ltah- g tov'Ilrinit. .aNo lwia':il of a
di'l rltii t ill dtI ir' s toat ie !." i;:i'-, these
olil clerks :nil wwioriout :mpldela1, It
is olie tif tlw' lii t hli'artr din- lIlig sig:lht
iiiiag;ii l1leh' to .f anlly 1i iiiite-.r a- f aei-
lav. -. ,ge' t tli "'little y -olli,'. ilt' i
op '." v'. 'hi i-' i hi' a-lie i ;il na"f olis;iia ssa:il
SAny lt,'nipit t to disi, irg t l o li ,in-
ploay'C's Lriug- ;:!ioit, a series uf plro-
t 'e ;ii:l oftil tillinf.; th,- i .)s usele'ss
ha.ve tho h' .ieist iltiti ia'nre.
P'racticnlly a 1'enqion LIt.
T"'rla r' is thie 'gr -'. t ll sort of :nI t oil'
cry :u the- ini r su.;u'igtstiou thlit tlhri -
shoulld b, a civil i,,n iaioa list, nml yett
sin,, all the tld clerks who are of' no i
iiaaaore isti ir,, still imaiintiainiied oti lli
I'roll.s Iil re,-,ul (lilffers little fromn ;i atpell
si.,il lia t. N,.arly ry cr '- iianta l t t i-r i
aiw ara- lail '\ lll a !ca ;llab lila- d ,aatl i*'ilt
force, tl.,'r a'-,uilal lb e r<',r i ra',l < tioi t ii
ill tli n' lliumiter oil" pliipl 1a t ei' (I-
pal tuinlits \\h ai ar ie virtually living% oli
I n l-.' Sin. Th'2 1iv.1 se rvia.. law ih
li:.ini-il Ily tlioo e V\\ l ni)'lvi .at i. t re-
hleal as lwaiiu,; risp' siiIi faor klo-pingi,
in eaI llc.- th. 1 i n lli.ie.nlt inlhao ers,4 tih t
it i :Iil '1 1 lir c-tlytraeld taI the' la,.:lal1
of th,' '.I-p.1 irti' uiilts havhin, tit' pow-.Ir
, tc lis.haritg,. thi-a' iclirk< w'ho ar'e nota
efti,' l lt. \w hio: Io lli t hut \' t!: a htl i- i't tto
set itdrifl thiao is ln ..!i a l l \ Vwiiati \t iha
I.,a ,i,';i vaworkining ill Iti e la'iartaw:it"
,for y',irs rI : 'Il who li iav iot i!n nil ti l at
tilio .'a -cld -vt-u a dollar 111 ttirl r oll
:1age- In sonml' d,'lepal"t l 'ltsI the-' 4 clh
'rka-s ia\u i .l' 'lir n r.-lliu .i--l to the' ia', est
i:i!'s' niull ie rtaiini'l i on tl..i pl:oy roll
I'.y tlhi< ml ,,ii l Is they ili,1t laa I ita i th'Ne
\\, I ,Ij y any of th% -miin. (ir,>i.)' .0!i
forll thair- P-l si'Si ,ll. aitlh i-r hay 1 r, ati'-
a civil li-t aor lay t:axiilZ thou-,. who aur,
i';1, .' :'. : 'a ar!'4-s to p!iy t.,a.. w'ha l ia ,
II) llug r tius ful.
'Want Iltm to Break a Record.
"Tl'-:e pe*opl of Iowa a-Ni't teo .0s.-
Sentlator Allisomtn hrnk ththw i'rii',l ii:
point of Ilong service ila thia senate." re,
li.n rk. -I lt.;ri-sr'n alit;ai\ lhll!v, "-' it
i nliw il a fair 'ai ty to ali it. II, will
ha'a .o' :w -ar's ,:i l hii' 'rtlit at thie- inl
of his pires' -nt tli'i ariiIl il siiure to e
r'- a'l it.-.l. Ia- l ,.n"s jnl-t passi ,l hii' -av
tilVy -iril- hiirtIhaiiI. ii.a l is iio\ n..i.a '
vi'a ran- aniil :-;irty lt .:i I, a ia ny l ni- I.
"at .,* !nm l ,;'i ""
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t-k ta : a 1 fi *t ,a'atL)- wa'. a: r z hi- fa


s.p, ci andl a (day or two later re:dinzl
it wul,1 l.bt -.ivre ti:hat it was the kame.
I a ilh. ininint thiwi, lit. thn continuity
anil nliuh i ,,f th,. ,\pr-ssion would b
tl" saisint. But iii :i pieroun should rear
Slh iiiIIitruni riipt ilne hl ti speech wal
i ,in" d414liv,'riIl le wvuild tinad a gnrat
i da:tl 1t' diffle. it, aind that the sen.itt'."
I does not ooniine" hhins,.elf 'closely toi thi
text. 11e iii:ake s nt) tlL;'ii fo featit of
iLii' ,i'ira y poss.s'ssfld l)y s1 I :iiand oftell
diverg.-, when talking, the letter t,
illlistr.ite :1 point. They are having ai
go,,I\ laugh l at Snator I)ep'w ast re'-
ild irt oli is mithodl of prep.arinig andI
llivrini sp~litb-hes Wie-u li' he mad.'
lisi ni tf-dl fprr h 1nl tl l Plhilippiues.
liti had. i't il;iual. pr'l>iared it. In t 'i.
senate. und-lr the iinspirationi of tbho
o0'4:1 sion. hI' deli\ 'rud ii I litil i better
ppecah than hli, ihad preparidll. and Ithe
deidedll to publillsh in Tlhei lord th-*
better one andt so iinforined the st>eno,
rnphlir. "Wliy. senator." replied the
mnan, "we knew yo.vu hadl the speech
printell in slpsip. and so we did not take,
It down In shorlhand." And the spee i
as prepared. not as delivered. goes lato
the official records archives of congress.
Aar ta W. Dasxn.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DA'Y
rake l..xative Bromo Qulnlne Tablets. All
ruggi.ts refund the money if it f1lls to
eure. I:. W. Grove's signature as i a teal
b X. 25c.
THE ST. LOUIS CAR STRIKE.
Company Refuses D, mniaAds and Men
irglm to Turn le Cars.
Si .Lou is, March 10.-The SL Louis
Transit company, it has announced
refused the demands of its employes
for higher wages, shorter hours and a
reconutia)n of their union.
Oa receipt of the information that the
company had refused their demands in
full, men employed on different lines, s
is rep ried, began to turn their car in.,
inaugurating me strike without waiting
for orders from their headquarters.
Prli.llnl Ln lo Lililo'a Ho4y Mo1<*iv
SPP.piuriELr, Ill1, Mar-h 10.-ThAT *
mains of Abraham L,.- were to7ay
transferred from the crypt of theb Fa-
tional Lincoln monument to a *len.,-
rary vault, just north of the mosummas
and on the brow of a hill overleoalki
Oat Ridge cemetery. The removal of
the body was made necessary for tli
demolition of the monument prepara-
tory to its entire reconstruction on a
different plan, for which $1003000 we
appropriated by the last legislature.
Biliotn.en-s and constipation are
iej :'+ out of which pingtilnaiy of the
serioii dieae s that afflict the hu-
man body. Sound judgment would
demand the immediate r(nemoval of
this condition before it develop0i,
4omethilgi more troublesome and
difficult to cure. PRHI KLY AsH BITr-
rvKS i-* a reliable cure for con-tipa-
tion and disorder- of lmiil:ar charac-
t.er. It not only thoroughly empties
.(nd purifle- tlh bowela, hut stre ith-
etis the bowel channiiet anld rtegulates
the liver and Stoinach, hence it per-

formi, ;a radical ciure. Sold by Han-
nai liBr I,.
IMPORTANT NOTICE.
I'o th,- ('intratvtoru arid 'niue- rni 'ul i'ne of
Petiaiaacola:
Noric,- is hereby given that on and
afte-r the first day of April. .190, no
I union mechanic or laborer will work
,ii aily building with any non-union
1ii#l whe-re there is all organizatioO
of .aid craft under the juri-dictlon
of the Central Trades Council.
lllSf J. R. Jotr K1A..
Attention. Candidates.
Ev-rvy candidate for county offlec
Sreu :ie ,,tliee of Judge T. R. MrCullalrh
at 7:';.i o'clock. Tue>dary March :13.
*0 cnimplete the plan for the pri-
!'iri F" li. Hal AV.,
td Chirn'n. ('om.

Jfandsoine pictures, bric-
ai-brac, etc., in endless ar-
ray/ at rock bottom prices at
Marston 4 Finch's.

Who is Rader ?
He's is the Furniture
Man.

Yc ur Credit is Good
Fo'r :taiiything.i i our ,.ii-e We 1 a;v
i larve- a-a'ortmiie t tOf I'<,ilctaed. led
Lon.',i'e-. Toile-t ~e-ts t-nd iHelroin
!u ite. Iron BIed-t-;>de at ;i uip.
O. NI. PRYoR'S


Bar. ai:i Furniture H>IIoude.

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

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IN KENTUCKY COURT

Judge Fields Decides That He
Has No Jurisdiction.


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2 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, MARCH 12, 1900.
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EMPKX)YMENT OFFICE.
RAng up 3S2 or call st the office.
11 North Palafox street. when in
need of a carpenter. B. D. Hoffmar.
Business Arent of the Carpenter's
and Joiners' Union, will furnish you
S with the desired help on short no-
tfe. n.otf


GAS


RANGES


All Connected
?, Ready for Use
for...







$13.00N !



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


Call and Examine
tlem or drop us a card
&.d we will call on you.


hbp Sit S Ia Trial.


PERIICO[ 618 CO.,


No. 3 S. Palafox Street.


James Hughes'


Boiler Uforks


Steamboat and Sawmill
Work a Specialty.

Steam Hoiler-. Tankik-, ad Sh let Irsn:
Work Manuifactuir-d and H"-
,paired. I'ip,- lFittiLun. -
All Kindd.
SO tuo 813 Sulni Palaixi Street.
P l :. ,x | "; *' I i : o : .<


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TNE HEINE ACADEMY ~f MUS~iC,

MISS EVELENE 04. HEINE. rc.
MISS IDA PIAGGIO. A~s-,t3'it.
%oalc (4 lturu'-. \ !- i '~I';h :111l' I -
m -o.aI, u t r .i: : iim ;,.- :


Best Patent Flour.


Our Bc't fled 1 Ro '/a
Patent is the besft joir ia ,tf
can be pri',er, bI, an',
mill.
Forfgef A.Xot is one o01
the best Brea kfa.st Food' s on
the nmrket.
.41H made bh/ The (f. E.
Stwanrd Aill (Co. and for
Sae by .Vew Orleans G;ro-
cery Co.


,h4n S.
Phone 105.


Prioprietw


QUEEN'S DECISION

TO STAY AT HOME

Italy Was Apprensive For
Her Majesty's Safety.

ANARCHISTS AGAIN SORE

Queen's-utJ cet GladSheWlll Not Go.
Her Vasll to Dublin Will Be Fit-
tinxly Observed Nervous Gaiety
Prevails In Englaud.
LO".DON, March 10.-Queen Victoria's
decision to stay in her own dominions
instead of going to Itly, and all the
jubilation in consequence, are not en-
tirely due to the causes attributed by
the British press. It is learned that
the Italian government had daily been
growing more nervous as the date of
the queen's visit approached and. finally
notified her majesty's government that
it would not care to accept the respon-
sablity of the sovereign's safety, owing
to the strong recrudesence of the an-
uchistic movement throughout Europe.
Reports Irom other powers confirmed
the Italian impressions. This apparently
was the chief factor in the queen's sud-
den change of plane. though doubtless
many of her m:nistors always thought
it was better policy for he- to remain
at home while the nation was in the
throes of war. In any case the result
with the accompanying celebrations
and the announcement of the queen's
coming trip to Ireland has had a most
beneficial effect on the United King-
donm.
Gaiety reigns though perhaps it is
tinctured with some undercurrent of
the nervousness that Thackeray de-
scribed in the ball before Waterloo.
Trade has revived and shopkeepers. es-
pecially those of the metropolis, look
forward to big business. It has long
been a standing grievance that the
queen has so seldom visited London.
and her present visit is an atonement
for past neglect.
As for Ireland it is in a statt of ex-
citement, and such excitement has not
been seen for many a year. Regardless
of politics the queen's visit to Dublin
will doubtless be made the occiason
for unprecedented festivities. though
throughout Great Britain there will be
tension until the queeu has crossed the
channel IL safety.
GuesIp of the \ tnr.
Major Child of the South Lighthorse,
who was kiied in a victorious assault
and whose own epitaph was "It Is Wed
With Child; It Is Weil."' has been suc-
ceeded in the command by 6ir Bryan
Leighton. who served with tne Amen-
oan troops against spain and wrote a
book about it. This adventurous young
baronet, who is a cousin of the late Ma-
jor Child and who was standing beside
the latter when Child was killed, went
to South Africa as correspondent of an
illustrated paper and obtained a com-
mission in the South African Light-
horse He has now been made a major
commanding a squadron. While he
fighter the Boers, the youthful Lady
Leighton occupies the unique position
in England of master of the hounds.
There is a good deal of chagrin dis-
played over what is termed Lord Rob-
erts' too generous treatment of General
Cronje and the tendency in some sec-
tions of the press to hysterically over-
rate Cronje's bravery. Many refer-
ences are now made to Cronje's alleged
dishonesty in the former war, in accept-
ing the surrender of tnn British garri-
son of Potechefstrom when a general
armistice had been proclaimed.
Vanity Fair says:
"There is a vein of Fentimentality in
the Anglo-Saxon nature which some-
times tranusgresses reasonaldl limits.
Just at present it is engaged in elevat-
ing C'ronje to the level of a hero."
T'he government is contomnplating
sending the Hoer leader to the island of
S:. Ie'na. lbut no definite decision has
been reached. On this subject The
M',rning Post publhshes a letter saying:
"In vie-v o: the fact that the very
name of St. Helena causes a passionate
ebullition in France it would be ltooish
for L.ugland to arouse this feehng by
sslect:ng Napo.leon's peaco of banish-
ment for Cronje."
1'rst inlnstr Abbey ('runlmbling.


According to the newly appointed
surveyor of Westminster Abbey,. that
ancient ed:fice is fast crumbling to
pieces owing to the acton of the fumes
of manufactories on the opposite side of
the river on tne weather worn stones.
This contention is illustrated by photo-
graphs of white patches on the interior
and exterior parts of the abtbey, indi-
citinx c-rumbling.
A curiou- rowmnce cornel from Ches-
ter. where there was recently aurnitted
to thl: workhouse a Captain silsbury.
s n of the late number of nt.riiaient
fo t i~hester. T:iw-auh 4 years old, he
ha:i had a Tirt:arkaM,,e career as a sol-
thr. w Ci" -r,: '.';id fn; and .inthlor,
.. fa :r. u; u ii. v :: iranid ',-yr I. It
-e :;c : t:is. i-t:nriu'slmi paper
w.i- u i'~~'"i 'tr s '.e i t1 9 re of nis ifao
in :tn '"'i !hou-e, when there sudac-nly
a-oa,, thu, 'ent ain eR)a.Ir-atil
ri w ;\orn.;; ,iis':':t'.' ; a? Mis- k.m ly
'cu:i ;'.-i ;,:.( (.' lr;i aad. Tue -etlu i
onrurr-d Thurd.i vy la-t wr-n iC-ptalu
..l';sblnr" wa Illyn rriPl to :n)i V:-itor.
Tue'v tiepartrd Ir -'htster iIIn reat style
3an. an:.d-st no) 0:,. o; oS ii-I 'A.


aOWLBt BRsop,


near Fstate Agents,
PENSACOOXA, FLA.
REPRESENT TWENTY-TWO OF THE,
LEADING FIRE, LIFE, MARIN r.


ACCIDENT, I
GLASS AND S'


CNCN~rC*S EUCSH rR&NcB ('OK
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FIDELITY. PLATE
TEAM BOILEF3 IN-
PANIES. .. .

of the EQuilatle


STAGE GLINTS.
Rose Coghlan says that next sea-
son she will produce a new play) by
her brother, the late Charles Cughla.L,
und will also revive "Madaii.t," lby
Mine. Pilar-Morin, Mlle. Ahlxa. Wil-
liam B!aisdll and Cl-iia Lavine are
engaged for a company that an ad-
vtnt'u.rous manager is about to take to
Manila.
Al. e Nielsen. \\;th "The Singing
Girl.' was liora in Nashville in 1,74.
1Her father was a IDanish musician.
who died when little Alice was but 3
years tld.
Laura Joyce Bell's new sketch marks
the introductlou of golf to the vaud,.-
Illl stage. 'The sketch Is based, n
that sport. It Is called "The Lady (if
the Links."
Miss Christie MacDonald of "The
Rounders" Is reported engaged to be
married. The happy man is declared
. to be William Jefferson, a son of Jo-
seph Jefferson.
Two of Whishaw's novels of Russian
life have recently been made Into
plays. Beerbohm Tree may appear in
the version of that one called "A
Boyar of the Terrible."
Harry Davenport, who played the
husband In "The RIounlers." has suc-
ceeded Dan Daly as the blase duke.
Seabrooke Is back in the cast, and
Richard Carroll has left It.
^ Smith and De Koven are at work
on "Maid Marian," a comic opera to
be a sequel to "Robin Hood." It will
be produced at the Casino. New York,
Instead of by the Bostonians.
"The Wire Walker." lu which Edna
May may appear in London next April,
Is said to be a new version of the
comic opera by Kerker and Morton
known formerly as "An American
Beauty."


Product-d by I"-rmis-ioui of J. J. M u ir ock.
'N onday I'V#tlinvL.
TH'IE IWO AAti)I.
Ttivz~dav Matinee, SAIl)PASH[A.
Ttie-day Night. CARM EN.
Weadnuesday AMztitifc.
QUEEN S LACE
HIAND)KE~RCH1IEF-:.
M.\SC()i'IN rwOi A('*S :tia d
CAVALTLEIIA Rits'l'AN-A.

MATiINEES: 2.71 to all ;:t of
Ilt:v. Hmiuse.
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THURSDAY


EVENING ,


jARCH 15.


FAT) OFl-TIHE t-PEAl-zoN


C INE'SK to


TOlE C1IlISTIA1$.

50_p ROPLE ON THE STAGE-50

IlIro-unzu-d Ihre i%% it ht he '-anie art-fi, I at t -,
t !: I (pJ ,-T t a I'IAA 111t' i' t I.' w.' 1 k.41 .4 -(I I o
ruo of 17.5 nhi,-!t's in No. k .:-:'I


Prices : $150, $1,


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TELEPHONE 261.


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ITEMS OF INTEREST.
Linen was the first fabric worn.
()One year's sweepints of thelr It!w'h
mint yields over $?.tNwX in goll. t .n,i
silver.
Tlio ant hills of South Af:.i a ri
sirnetinie. moundol 30 fit.i.t igi:i anl!
II ) feet in .(ir'inufterence.
It is said that horse clihtnnuts are va!-
i:alble in rihldint." po't plants of earti-
, ,'rTIs. #;rate a horse chestiitit. pnt
with it nino tinjcq iis hulk .of water.
let stand overnight and strain: thln
water the plants with the liquid.
Sise and the Moun.
"Ah. yv are' ,l.,e 0!:. n m u." he 2aiid;
ST' n M t. i t
Ti t s us fr !n i... ar.i'-n.
'T ," s*ars hrr li;ht'
She' id nott bow her taeiy vhead
..r rirri her c.e-.
Sl:e d;u not W .sh! a ruyv r,.d
N. r ultter si;' s.
"I* i '-, n, 1up; th, re." l.e ?aid again.
"k ra;c a':se. :lie Ila ni't th:rng i W co!,!
Andi distant to.:"
-'1 (-cazo Tines- Herald.
A Better I'hrase.
"Wilv n.t he ui tu .lt?o''
"III hll.; % \;y'?"
"Y- j,, j:e r ently l iavig: nt i'.t:.iti Ilie n, a: cat."
.\'W el. h li t sliublll I sn\ **",
"As many lives as the eminperor of Chi-
na."-Chic,~lo Plst.
An Aerial Laundry.
Balloons ar1,i' ;n 4w usedl for drying
linen In (one I'.rlks laundry. ItH i nbo
frames ar,, attached to a (cai)tive bal-
loon. andI the clothes are attached to
thi-em. The ballon makes six aise(intS
daily, to a height of about 1'm) feet.
where the air, according to the pro-
prietors of the laundry, Is particularly
good for linen.


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personal supervisionA for over 30 year-. Allow no i .o,
to deceive you in thihk. (ounterfeits, limitations .;i.I
*'Juit I:i';dprimnett, and endainger ti *
health of Childrini-Eixptrienice agai-nst x|l'wrimnict.

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tBuilding, i :. M anti ane l t rt ;..-, :: _. l'l i,.:, i- ,
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Management of E. B. Morey.
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Tuesday and Weidursdmy.
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One dollar bottle last tc/./-
ty days.
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(also I T. Gree. n \' (o.
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Manufacturers r
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expedition chme in close to the plcw.
The boy had already got his bean
shooter within easy reach. nnd as the
birds lined along the furrow he stopped
the tmulof.
The nearest bl<.!:'l.rCl was. a lig: pur-
ple- cra 'sle'. TI' t"y dr,'w hlio rubbers
laCf(l:. a bullet flew -is thi- rullbber bianIs
snapped. and th!. l.1i.kt ;'Ad ,l. iilcled til
in t,.- fuirroiv' it: i a bull,-t in his.
br -:l t I. LI'a- i .t ,; : .:t e :il-'l'. their
t "y *oo ..0. : *.n!th, rN -; *t :? ti r- Xt Y'riA,
T% 10, !. ;.> 711 ICt oni ..i "1 "1.. almost
ois ';'-s *'r'foct <,f t: '. I Fiir. Iair "inl
tr'i; f -t *'I';:" I 'h I l .t 4 ni t I,) it.s
r; ,rk. at,, n %.,. .'C' : i ;il:.k!ilrd dreilpp id
1 T'r k -}.< '. <( .on : i :,.. *. l.,.v p ifk-"
S .. ti:. ) 1.:.I :tiil It. Ie <-l t aolit-
Irl ln.I '< Ilti: I r.' f 1 re. ; P. u' tting
I ln- .(-r-C m ;n'l :1i If'. heo started
", n:' tho f":T'erow :,:ain. Ainln I the
1 -' '.' Up. ti Iil .;iin i g' got two
,'..t atn tV,.1i. 'ottingg (Ii,' ,1irl nwit
';:-t fral :i ltr ti 'l.,'r. W lle 'ti he rgot to
the ,.ppol, t, C11l lf t e'o fil],l. lih fouindf
ii o.':t;.'u [ jL-i.i.p.I L.l""1 s rurumag--
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hal tic 'l tioi Ia c tu h oii, of' the' litl,e but
tils ;,:. i f t i u.r l -a ** -, Ie yr the! t 1le
ii; 'i : raIs l frighit. fullr fpr !n. fore
n12, i1le 1 c.ie ht tlcund It ue.esrv
to lift thie lpi up and gash d n crpl i
aNia Inlrt(aifnd estulles (f land whli
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vtllyt 'fi plohe fur straight fy rrw time

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his I:.' it l at e ai if e tl' f tl The' butlie got
llto lift the plw up and i down rand lt-
.al l Lt and lestuae,.e. of land wfl oil it
m a ftami-ri- -1 .'4.,y,,eITc. 4 li' U ts \'y'(
Ia' not "e 11:- iut hu ar'count of ti litr-
I si'd, "'r '. tei'C.C frrows.l i1' e 1t7'' i il 'iii-
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l-.v :i,.! vlor. i ll.t. by. h!hl v ,Oli fc.ilt

( e rrill-r t lc n:r w;-ty t l'h I I! f .'ur S. bhtll

It wa\ il'iag' dl y. Mill'-| ly, .,ilently

I"m) inn'1 e .aiii lw iirn his t s ft. Hr
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M.by Iii (oaf Wan UnbuttoneG.
']i' It#- i1: -wuin.te~r si i ed t it lodeg-rees
StN(i C 7.*ro.
Ilse haile tillan vor'e-at. lundercont
and fn em.Ills c-ther garnints cut
no ice ho-re.
A It hougKI t lie' %%Ind bewa4; ro(n1land
gal,. hIls o~ ripcul o~t :Ltt.i ixtiqieroont were
both m inlmutore'd an rd fla pped IPke tbe

V. l~vddliel enot button his coats On
tthis lper'it~eig oay
eiitis'u', e Le %:i tlie Matn VWith a


file cutli M'Ise IIthait o i i % ("t v~a .~is;I-
ph: ve'e] Ilis e-%tee I rlE!.Vt t .c (.car a
lltitle'. andl v.1111 Pr '.1iv a x.:!n tWith
K~iwi; .1:0itlie it N. 1 11 i~ Pr eutg, v. 1
:It ci;;"l :r o 11
No eli t. hoit;-aue ,4i.er k ;~ctot us
till.fr;. l::,t, Pe lr-oie~ct to thv isa-rnt.

l'roeper [lathinjg.
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1(,\% .1I VPcn ii rapidly; ".#te ic.r
,'i'... it iil there is a full. frev iwiqm icnin
T 1. 4, ( il- la then 971f] Warm th.
If thi c;.c'''.- 11c4*4lfor th. in~o .f 4-!ilp.
oy'oeeril locally. and where ther.- Nit i
(1:11v lent~i tlrr'to Is ttle no.-d for It,
let t'.at lie usi~rl before rctirin.- at
tilgl. L

Furniture on Credit
.NIo-t btejiiitiftlj lipe of .i'le henard,.
-v.,-r shouwn ini the city,. \\c';i1d, ob#-'-a
with gIriassdoor.; c! c-verY (It -erip-
tioti, fre c the' c h.'tc et to the fint-et.
Rocll-topi secretary cacll eleg-tiAitl3'
fin i-hed. a fine li ne of cilitiarca lc-ctd.
au d everything contained inl a tir~t-
vla-9 ftirniture store at 0. M. Pryuor'
Bargain Furniture' Hotize.
For ittee Janua~ry Tr-ade.
Criiino'A Ladies' Note Paper. alld
Enhv,-lopeQ toimattch.
Cambrid-A Linen and Euvelocd-w.
filurd's Parchment.
InZVittltii~li Pap-r and Envelocpes.
Li nen 'I a'lietz.
Froscted Velum and En~velopes.
Engli-h Note; Satin Wove'; Ti.sue
Paper; Deiini-aioti's Crwpe. Ft. with
.1generalI a~-,-rt incit ofatat~i I'cierv.


THlE 410Y4TUEl SR At.
I ho rA.te'r in Ii s iced of iOU7.~
Ailak''i with a start !ru.n I'.- hetrnimer
4 ipe'nt' i s '-h,11. atid spd. %% Ith -%ya n
r e'ee ti ttint o r ..e'ae(l if sl (f ifet'l'' v :
F'or my pleA~aect, dr.'arn were- .1:,, urtc.-d by)
tthe jar
Thvit i, aiwayNemuat.:ledbvthe' le-tter iR.
And I know by the' keel of thast 1hideOUP
That ceectni' of us s-.hortly willI ')- 'mTi11h.'flut,
And so they will for the sic oP wa4
litled with ilim fineost anid fatte~t.
'fiS loolp WAiS Sell, nt b%, Rick
Ape-tke' an I :hp~o choI"o triare
tgww f. r sal.A# donp or rijw. ro~tol t"
,.-"t them lic1Y *!I,, p du~' ICzo-11. tim.
d~red harr.I drav lIozc' wtzein 1load
.1, r vi it'1'c ()wcr,-, t, t i .4-' r ,i- ,icf
l i ii. !-- t h. u -c-rv i ( I rea f- # cr t ni w P i-'
I i t 'c ial 'r (Ie# A l v ',II)-s r v ad a t
i nyh tir iof tUhIt a cr v t.


CASTOR I A CURE YOURiLF.
F.r Infants and Children. .
The Kind Yeu Have Always Bought .." .
Bears the Sl: r sild by Dr.-'ritM.

B : ('treuar f.iit iA r-' -jeat


The war department ofmcials nave just
learned of it.
The general's resignation was not ac-
cepted promptly out of consideration
for the offloer. Instead he was ordered
to report so the war department at
Washington. His resignation will be
accepted here and the effort of his ao.-
tion will be to allow the officer his mile.
age and expenses to Washington.
We will launder your spreads for
15 cents each and make them look
like new. Star Laundry.

CALL AND INSPECT
The Large and Complete
Lin'e of [ronl and Brais
BEI)STEAI) .at


NEMi'lIER thle Capitai,emm-rir
nor conui iefI'*'-wt t h. I tal ia ii
hark Vvne'i ian w :1 too ro.4potc -
1-.-.--1for-Dc~t8 COoti'at.~dlby
thu Cre~w of Najd viebM'-1.


.N'EITH FR tI,*- ra'n;r,rowntr-i
nor ~nen~ of the ei.-r i'..
H~j~Ietri1t'iti1 will be 4hrn
sbieto r debt#, contracto~i ny
the cr w of said vOcsei.


..-..NE1:11 iiER t 1t1f.e ctptalT, ownl-
~ 14.!. f.,riw~ii he're-p.'te-
W~W~incsihi.- for di-bts contracted by
tht' cr--w uof halo v-k
N 1). ('1itc t'I -I N'6 2..
Ic~tc r-. I, u wiA (g!y & # o.. I4 uli ,ti.
k onivrit-fle-4. !"Itiei
~~.NE:THIEitthe captain, own-
--qnor consigcntsei Of th"
~J&~ Italian bark Luigia F Will be
1rpopocemiblo for debts cou-
tracttod by tibe crvw or saicives-i.
CAV ~.
ltosn~e'o Pro--.tp en
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te ***** ***M***** MHAY PAUNCEFOTE TREATY.

SAfter ie Com es Pall Mal Gazette ays the Proposed KIDNEY
A ter e m esI Amiendment -May Kill It.
e !Las a hard enough time. Every- LONDON, March 10.-No action has
if arev fthemtvr-
SL:"e .' that the expectant mother 9 been taken by the government regard- are the mos
67 can <1o to ht-elp her child she should inug the change which has come over tne eases.
S. 1-, giv !:imt i 'c hea, but toI through the lengthy cable d'ipatches
t do t e,.. m::.t ha'v hea'.th hrr-'egtywh
se. .he should u- eve" means dealing with the action of the foreign
St ve hr p ica c t. relations committee. The United States
7 S:e -.:". Vu' by '.l 'ei;', .t'ily government apparently has made no Or money rel
- c.cey:. t b I
4 e4 representations to Lord Salisbury since remedies rec
remedies rec
OLV^th i4er'S the convention was signed aud the p c
affair seems unlikely to be official.y dis. nent ySia
cued unnil the final cougresl.onal Kidncy and
FLrienld, action. pati it in such shape that it be- PRICE
come a matter for diplomatic recoinld-
.. It will ta .e her eration. Pending this official opinion l\. A. IV1
through the c('is.is is reserved and it is impossible to say
eas: Ily and what action Great Britain is liksiy to ..'iintn I'
(l ickly. Itis take regarding the senate'samenuments L:'.,>\, Mart
S l:niment which of the treaty.
gives str.:gth The P.sil Mall UGaette comments on p"p;-s com.mea
",., aI'd vigur to the the new situation as follows: tjrms on tha diea
n-,i:sclt-,. Com- 4 "Tue foreign relations oommitte has 'neip. ithe lorm
um,, sense wi:l gone ftr to wreck the HIay-Pauncefote later nero. Tuey
show % vu treaty, if only for thi reason, t.Wat he wm so maC
thtat t h t th powers other than the twc most directly tuat is death wi
.tron'.r tl:c concerned might retuse to acquiesce lu most as deep r,
mr, uscles ;r e. the modtification, even if the -riiisa New York.
uix\:c. L .'l:t tile government accepted it A fresh start,
strain the less it may bs. will have to be made after I w%.& i iep;l
Ct !,at in there will i. the presidential election." ],we:ry in fir.
A w, nan living in i,-.r W\a-ne. i e ts"
I lt...ts: ".oMth her's Friend It d i RESIGNATION OF WHEELER.
',- .i :s 1f',r Ii.. l'r.Cise G od fO,r ma _
u:* nit;t 'Prestefinr Hield It Out of Kindness ears t 1
!c. r! tis ;'-, :n IIine!, (';>!. 4 fed ( derd red Him to R port. at .0
.t '-< F' ri:c it 1. .- n.: to WASiINGTON., March 10 --It appsara
al '.vn -.h, u lcr., nature's that Goneral Wheeler did leader his
r'c'(.A o c':;ldb:rth." C resignation last fall. It was dated Nov. b r te;
S Got Mother's Friend at the 26, at a place called Paniqui, on tho
S drug store. $1SI per bottle. island of Luzon, and was not cabled. i
t but came by the slow process of the,
THE BRADtlELD REGULATOR CO., mails.
t Atlanta, Ga. Moreover, it did not come directly to -_
\. f!rr r-.!tr:tl ,."lfore t t4, the war department, but went to tho "
Wi::ht.. ;.n, W hite H onse, w here it has been repo ,- ;L |
*''ll;'f9! fl9l^ inSg since its arrival in Washington.


EI ~ TUX A .
ul.,~ ~ ~ i 60.06fat wy Eg~


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of medicine that goes in a
prescription tilled in thii-c store is
perfectly pure. Pure drugs mean a
speedy recovery. Poocr drugs mean
i relapse. You want the best. Iet
us fill your prescription, and urpply
other mnedicineQ, W. T. (reen & Co..
"The Prescription I)ruL'i--t," -7 S.
Pal;ifeox street. Phlioine ;.ti.


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DISEASES

t fatal of all dis-


I KIDNEY CURE Is a
6uarantoad Remedy

funded. Contains
ognized by emi-
ins as the best for
Bladder troubles.
SOc. and $1.00.
K LM l li;I.-Rl'E

up' r >i I P'.*,il,.
h 10-The afternoon
lu l os1t 11 nipat3hetic
(h yesterday or E. J.
er United ;tmaes nmn
Suagr.e in saying tlat
y trends in Eugl.and
li be received wita al.
greatt in London as in

v irt watcthe ;and
t-(la,-.4 -tyle. J. I.


Prompt Delivery andl Satisfaction
; ua ra need.


Dannheisser Bros.,
401 South Palafox St.,
Pltone No. i11. 1'. 4). Box N,12l.
Railroad Exchanit.-, P'hone 268.



LODGE DIIIECTORY

KNIGHTS OF 'rYTHIAS.
Peniacola lAxige, No. 3. K.u of tP


4


meets every .Monday evea.
in at 7:t0u. at Caatle Hl.
In Ilutchinson hall. Wees
Intendencia sIrvwt.
Visiting hbrethren ordially
welcomed.


W. 0. W.
Live Oak Camp No. I Woodman ofthe
World.
Me'et first and third Friday algbt In
each month. Visiting overeialn oerdt-
filly invited. W. W. WATSoN.
I. TiiAMVIs.'Clerk. u.4C.

CHAS. COTTRELL,
Artistic Photographer,
I1OOM :1, FI3H :,It BILDIN 1 .1) N .
04' SOUTH PALAlOX STIIEET.
Sattlsfaction tiuaranted in Every Par-
ticular.


tHIHB[RG BRil, O(I O


MIOLIUALE GOOI,

Palafox Street,
Pensacola. Florida.


EGM1at HYSIC42,2 a'U N SUeIonD,
Latp of 'Ova,. 't BARGAIINS


Of-rTr his professional srv'c', to tbo citl-
ltal- of l'";.-in olis.
I:p'e'iap al rattcl i,.n givteu to the tre-ati -liit
of Chronic l)eef,' cia and TIi-, :* *.' of
Womin anld c'lCilrtn.
Thirty Yvie r- z Prn e mt i :1 i .th l Soiti.
Si 1ic1' lo;r :-1' tI. I '. i 1.: Ii., *2 to p. m .
9K-sidence Phone No. 2W).
Rrint-Rloinnt R lufltinir--aom 8

Dr. Wilmer S. Ha//,

DENTAL SURGEON,
Masuic Temple. Phons 364.


-IN-


FeaI


O% I; hjv mc ai (ren#s f land norkt
$1000 """' "">". ,,", ,,,,
fv tbe'efity aitl we-t of tiouldiag.
$2000 'il buy "- acres .djoiing ety

3000 will buy four ill %)lit bloe*
$300 and a I This property is In New Lity.
a will buy 7., acre' b.'tween Big
$4000.1V ayiaid L.ittl Itnyu. Tb1l
property iae' a water front oin th" bay; aleo
on Big Bayou and Little Bayou.
i$5000- '"by on. of th, best v-
n$5000denc"b>n Wo-ot H ill. litlatld
on strePt car lice h: bas i rooills and allmoi
ern corvseiiercer.
Swill btly lot with I "-ft froCnt *ao
$6000 alafox trl-.',. .1.ihi of *reg-
ory. Thii- can i*' imiei.dialtely utilized f or
business purposes.
$7000 'will "y lotA ih hft front na
$ 0 1 WVr@4eorv ftan( :0->f f'oit o .All-
caniz atid Il t ft front on Wrilht. Tiel
property has liinc e,'etage on It. and there I
plenty of reomni to build dozen hotisem ore.
l8000 will buy a liandn.qnif r..idin
P$8000u on vlit (iregory b-twelen lall-
fox and Tarragona et reo-I.s.
$900 will buy an HI.rT" farm witb
W$9000 gcod lex ip.-aCrilt farn huildiage.
Ele-ganit property for Itrtick furiniig and
dairy ptirulC'es. T"bl jplA.i"t i j'i't outs lde
til. city lirllitt.
$10 000 will biy i ''r :in th- hnlnf@ee
A$10 par t of Ore e(.t, ,.7ii 1.Ht fsell
fromt.



J. E. Stillnman & Co.,

East Side of Plaza.


H. A. WATERS,

Butcher and Green Grocer.

PHONE 172
l":'-, "n--<",n ;:an .INati v M-:t1.
C' i('hi l- trri ( 4 'o lli'.i
I'r',duie' Da).ilvy.
Shop, Rear cf Johnson & Son's Store,



JOHN McDAVID,

REAL ESTATE AND BBOKERACE.
CITY PROPERTY. FAP.MING


AND TIMlBlER IANDS
FOjR SALIE.


Loans Plaeed at Reasonable Rates.


A Eai.t Goverona'-.nt street.


H. JiDoruwE.
I.Holumitm.C..
K.IL. .& a.


Thc Escambia Fornitnre Compay's.,
-*' PROFESSIONAL OAEDS.
Five Thousand Rolls
of Wall Paper in tck,:ill oft t- Dr.areell ereary
tost pittern a id more contini.
h ices fromn to $1.T. per roil., J. E.
Ross & 'Co., No. 11 N. PI:tlifox,! phyJ'luli Le SUlf' ii.
Plioie .,',. 21f-tf l'-i'.i c ice.. I W %'"-. (irt ,i)ry ,v tr,.e.t
,l 1'. r'., n 'v lt" HR wlliiml i q, l l Fl iutli
Smoke DURHAM Ci- ,", ;. ,,,,..i ,,, A..
gars at D'Alemberte's. -
DR. WM. C. DEWBERRY.


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eris nor constl neies of the Prt I
sm Torino will be reupon., Waited t buy all kils if :Ilald
.ihl<- for dtbtf coiLnric.t-. iy"
the crew of said vess. j J,, land Firilture, ierckiadise, Ac.
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McMillan Bros. Co.


> Coppersmiths,

General Metal Workers.

Saiifttita$dt s of aud Headqifhers for Ihe


Celebrated McMillan Seamless Turpentine Still.

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4 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, MARCH 12, 1900.
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THE DAILY NEWS:
BLt*C'd at tbe Post Offce at Pensacola.
Fla.. a .second-cIla niatt pr.
OricKl: Pitt H uilding.2'll South Pala-
US street. up-htairb.
PI'BLI.IHE14 1Y
THE NEWS PUBLISHING 00.
Terms-rinvariably In Advance.
O Yeear by Mail I ,"
Three Montis "
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Oae Wvek. h.y Carri-r. pa in 'h M:idaity 1-1

THE WKCKKI.Y NEWS8:
Publithhed every Friday at 'l. ", per year
Pata*ge free.
TELEPHONE NO. 118.
Adwetisirg Rates Furnishfed on Applicoaion.





PI0BAOOLA. MARCH. 12. 1900.


THx brilliant reception, by New
York'& 400, accorded to Mrs. Lang-
try hap inspired another of her kind
tbe Princess Climay, with a desire'
tOvisit New York ill the hope of t
Mimilar reception.

t4mME democratic pen-tion raider,
in cortgre- l have joined the re'publi-
can pen-ion agent- illn uriingi the v:il-
iact Talbert to withdraw frc.nI hii-
design of demanding a (Iuiorum for
the passage of private pen-iont bill.
More shamne to then '

SENATTiK iAR '- alIll-ndllllnt toI
the diplomatic apipripriati'n bill.
providing f r a gift of $'2*. ol 00to cx-
<4ueeu Liloukalani nof Hawaii, i-
right iu principle but tie gre-at i:i
amount. That -uin. Iive-t' d ill I .
S. bonds. would yield tt:r,-e or feiur
times the -uln niltiually r< quired to
suitably sui;,;,rt tilt- utlnfirtunate ex-
ruler for t!ie zelnait.der eof h,-r tat-
ural life-. .A -ii-i i of ioni I
".D.t o' a .< :,i W .uild I,,- ;i, I:-'.I
and right.
1-evin-in-g Aimenricanri hliijipin.
A careful -tudy of ti;, Anl, rica'i
Sllippitleb hill nIow lieiidinlr ill cl'-
gress lead-, Til. Ni :.N to tihe bell f
that It l41ia-1:., w.u!'l Ir-'.v,' c,-i' -
ficial to I'tn-ac',t.
It is gell-rally c. ,ir.-ded tl at it~
passage would -tii;la't. llnd revive
Americani sniip building. It i- al-so
conceded by int-er'.stud e:,pitali-t-
who have been here atind looked care'-
fully over tile field that Pensacola
offer every advaant'tgo as ani admira-
ble site for a gre,-at -hi!p building;
plant. and there, is .vet.ry iii.lication.
.hat if coiugre.s a .-.es tite pv ending.
bill Pen-acola will b>cel;lne i :reiat
fship building port.
6-enator Frye recently write- an in-
tt-:reti:ng outline of the chief leatuircs
.'f tljis J '-ll- :::d auii ,g otl'hcr thliuge-

it 1- m y op:: ,'in that tt,-, im:iL;, lat, -f-
fect of the pai--a, of lit liln will t. tl ;:it -
tnur ef it! !im i' >'-.trsi ;i." i' .r.!:i-cli':. Of
approxllian at i. tla t hil... I of ,.. w
*ip. lp r Am A :.n :. -t.i;yn: -, t : i-
t he e'ff -:,-lln ,.' :r e-Lil ] I,::i. t ll I
iradt at le- t. *** --fohl t l t tint i
largely nd it lj.-tini v i, ',. rti,.-. of

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.- l A. l to ha\r i.r > : :I'r 1 :r' i;I'l l I
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A noti,-r autlli,,r;: w ii in fi.g
ver of th!i iill. 1 't1t- init!k' -trin .z
reasonsit wi.y \v. i',-' d A .\ ;:trilt'a
.;.:p.e fo,: n, l f-' n i -- i, ,i : tyll. tl .t '-.
a' follow-:
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c -rryimll v-'. r'- i ', : i :- '- -. r '
lU .t
*.ar for' igtn oitiin.'- x-':1; tt. 1 i. -
i 1 dollar- .4) 'ini.'. :.' I 'ii'l '* .1.
s a lu u a t ;i.. .. l !; 1 .. '. >*; ; **>: '. i' .** -
ttelli of o 1., .. \ i ". t. 4. 1 .
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a id for tth, liiT ln 1-1.: 4, tialm > n 0- i. w r.i *.: p ,*,,I ; ",
iiam en tu! toi. :g- >' t'!i.' I ,-- t rI'!-.- -
a d tbt' ..opd -lxi2:;l i .. t ai .i Zilica c:. i
b to o ou 1 o i l. ;-.
f.. e'< ibo:.l;t io t '. or in i stI t ti *- i Ir-
rvni onf our limpTor'ts arid ep.-xi'!.. .t .\e
aia nursery Tr the trallii:ic of ithei- %ip-
aad Utseamen of foreign nations--i:atlIns-


tat lmay. any timn,. .i-a.- usI in uair.
'. Forf rty. -ai- l ha- been the policy
ol thisJ atlon to prot- I'l Aii'i mierwiant nII-
daeuLrti a are contipelled to timeet ftreier,
r&-Lpsrtilion.bav. alo<::e our ship t:pit; ,:c
*a. Tbe result i" thtlia' o. pr'iti.ted i;-
daa rist are stronli and p)i.)tperou-. u h le
oar unprotected *i ppi:i; neak Li.n in.-
sigaicafint,ourltik o'f merchant ship;- andl


sides. subventions and bounties, the sun
ot twenty-five miliionsof dollars each yea
to the owners of their ships. C'ons:derina
that these sh!ps are tlult cheaper and ar
operated for less than American ship' car
te tuil arid op-rated, that fact. andt the ad
ditional help of the subsidies. subvention,
and Ihountles, renders unaided Amt-rical
comp-tition utterly futile.
:n. The same reasmonni that .iu-tily forelgt
national !u sub :td.ing and ,thierwie aid.
Ing their mner-ihant shipping-fir htie na.
tionail deferse-ustlitifis and Ir ake- itmper,
atis ely ne'-es-ary t.lat tb- IUnitel ttate,
must do likewise for its- wn protection
a.ide from the e -c)nomic aniit iofli-'rLiH
adantages inherit in native --b.pyurd
and Ii -it undane.. f ship-- laid cit,z:-- '-a.
me'n -iqual. to the needs of our fort .'ni caur
ry1ing.
An Honored Veteran.
If there is to-day in Flor:da one -mar. wh(
hti.- -*rved the public long and faithfully. il
1i Dr. John L. Crawford. who for man3
years has tirought to the- high office of secc
r-tary of state an ability and devotion cv
purpose too uncommon to be Ignored, tot
valuable to be discarded at the telventL
hour. The beat years of (his distinguiehed
democrat's life have been i.'vetn to the pub-
lie -service: and in all that time. ubatevei
the differences of personal opinion-what-
Pver the exigencies of factional politics-
that nitay have arisen, no man can point tc
one lapse from duty. one scant iibplcl'on ol
unfatiithfulUneb. either to the people or to
ute party of which this high-minded and
dexiottd democrat is so ditingui ned ai
In i il-r.
Such a record ii to be pr.zed--iuch ctar-
act-eristi.es are- to be wanRde the mout of!: andl
in urging upon tht, community the icltamis
iof 1r t '. wford to thle nomination ft r te-c-
r-tary of state this ) :t-r. t lie News bt-li \t%
It -'i ply 'V voi-S the .-etieullmernts r the v'.mt
nia ority of the people of Fluridn ; anld thl.at
htie thie derniocrracy of the state iSt ui,-e
more in1 convelntion i a-semihlt'. ini s inaiin
will I)e rect-ived in a nmanni.-r that will fully
dtieomnttrate the t--itilnation in whi-' i tan
fjti'ltil who-e put blic record, and wliho'-," Ill,
atid character a-re singularly pure' aind ft(;
fioin t.leni i. is heid by thile c )niliimUli
'n tiii he has eiev,'il so long anad w-l.-.Ji-ck
-o,.vill K.vemni g News.
Every word of the foregoing et *-
qient-tt tribute to the character ,,f ionle
-tf thte li no-.t beloved ai.d (d-titi -
guiiied democrats ill the -tatI i-
l:eartily endoi r-d by "iTE N'i:w-:
Iiut it- truth d,- riot lead u- tio t:.-
'con lu-io r'tacticl ty i, ur -tet-tmi d
c iinteli'-,rary. thAt I)r. (C'rawf, ;,!
-L.ould t.- ml a lt, for t:,t fif:iI c .'.-
-t ciitive tilime. i' i- o'Vii -ucc'.--nr. If
thI r- i- any virtl'-, in the d inirc-..tic
dt 'c:t il,. ,*f r'latl ini in oIt.'e. It- p111 i
c'!.l.< apply with iIore f,,rc.- toi )r.
( raw ;,,rd than tio any ;-ilu l ,eli'i. i
S ,, ha.- ta v ,-r !i-it itlici'. itn :I -:ate
,of loiri.la.
J;.. ( i lawforid waV, fil-t I ZtId ;:i
'.-i to -tctc.-' d 1M r. lll,,x!aii. wv!;,,
held tihe oticer during t.e fir-t to-eni
under den:ocratic ruil. He hai- ber- i
r'--e>e-ct't d cointl.uouily cv-er -incl .
:ilid wtin ii i prtesenit teri;i ex.iii a
will have -erve i througlthiout tine i---
tirt- l i nod of t-' year--alin,.-t :i
quarter .ti a cet.tury. 1Hi. -;slary'
e-a:rniniill fr tile who!ite e, riod will
alLiutlt teo $;7.7-.(. Durinal a lar;F-
portion of thi-, period, hi -in. H,,:i.
IH. Cliy Crawfurd, lhas -ervt. in t' ,.
,lli'- I a hin-; -re tar*, r : -ti;z.-,
ti;erefr uiin. dtii-in. the t ;ht y.v-it-
,'". w i,:h t!i l Inerint ta' ini !. t'
I. ,t ki. a t, l f r t ii tw ,for7i.:"'>,',n1 ,
\\ ..'t-i h<- i ,I" w ;-. it ',in l I!i-t-.i 4 !
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l;ut t .t f ,t- i-i t!:i ll iv --. oiL.-: ;-
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I OKGANIZEKD CH ARI VY.
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g Citizens Arranging to Systeanatiz
e AlmlN Giving.
n A meeting of citizens was heh
s, Saturday to effect an organization ti
n look after the needy and to di-penri
charity judiciously. Tho.e pressn
at the meeting were Rev. W. E. Me
. Ilwaine, Rev. Fred. Jones, -v. J
7. M. Dannelly. Rabbi 1. Wag-iiiheini
. Geo. W. Johnsiton and J. N. Aln
Sdrews.
S Rev. J. M. Dannelly 'presided anu
3 J. N. Andrews acted a-. ,.-creta.rv.
The following form of organize
. tion was submitted to be acted upotu
at a later meeting:
I. Ti"ie name shall be. The Unitecd (_liar
it;tr s of vei-ic.ola."
2. 'The purpose Is to help the dn--rving
o poor to help themselves-. intd to p-rot-ct th
t comintillty against iimpo 1tion.
:;. 'i he uflh'ers hall be pr, sident. nic-
y president, secretary and tieaw.ure-r, wha
. shall ne elected annually.
4. t 'e iemtubersbip of this organization
shall consist of nil white citizens of tlii:
o city. regardless of religious sect or creed.
.5. That a committee be appointed to re
port at the next meeting as to the bet.-
d method of raising funds fur this organiza
i- atir.
r That a committee be appointed to be-
cure memter-, for this organization al t(
report at the next ineeting. said culnnilttte
- to consist of paittors of all the chur.lie3. t.
o gather with as many of their offlcia!l ineiii
ofrs as may choose to co-operate witt
t them.
0 7. That the committee on finance consist
1 of Kabbi I.E. E.%Ugenheim. Itrv. J. M. I anl
nelly, Rev. W. E. Mcllwalu and hev. Filred
* Jones.
*. Tnat this organization is not projoctedl
to displace or antagonize auny cLaltltaia
1 CIt fty tit' hecity, but to Isupplenent the
effortor tall n1ow Xlstilg. atu I toattetit it
ca-es of general ixntere.t. und further, by
reqlueitinl( that all calls or aid he referred
to tils organiti.ai uu in od er t- Iht priiier
invet'lgntion bet d t' nilde to p o.verh- ti Pi. iliebn>'
S against iiispostor .
o. lhalt %hlion we adiourrn t bi I. tilt'e-I
li,'-xt J:iur-.dity. .tarchl :.iii.it t Iiiti-,.r', li ; I
at 4 p. nl.. and thatt tht. ns- ofr. Io tio
church .- I," i t-i -lt.d i, t it i, a iw, i [iL,
neztiug fruion tD,.r puilp.t. Intxt .sn t lt, li
niol tj 'ri.'e i- tlen t lelntin. f ti,. ci.nlrci:rl-
hotti uteLi ;ind WOtnieli. tO lit tiId
The A.ppetire il a (;,,at.
I.; -vied bly all poor dyspelptic-
whio".- Stomnach and Liv-.r aret out of
,rd-r. All such should know tClit
Dr. Kili's -New Life Pill-, the won-
,riul Stoinach and Liver Remind v.
gives a splendid appetite, sound di-
'e-4tion and a reglilar lnodilv habit
that insiurem perfect healthtll tid great
etir Cy. Only 25 cevnti at Li ai Dru,
Store.
MIr. A I ti Ihr's, Iat-,t.
A. L. Wilbur. oif co0ilih Opr,'; f tw ,
:- reni-itered at the E:-valiillta. Ti fl
little minan with the bi,' (liailnl;(i- i-
;ilways looking f,,r .Soi;t,-t ii!:r. a, l
w ie ii lih ,t'c s it, I: tlw;ia vi, ld- a
i) ret urii f-n. 1 recentlYv'- t ecre fir
hi- two coinpali -s fr' 'Ii Mr. .1. J.
M tirdock. th lier'a.te-t act wit liin i tlie
il-tory of the vaudevile l ta: T. Tli-
-i-la-tiionl f the hour ill N '. York.
B.Ioton and I'hiladelp;ia. i" ;irl
with t!,e Atiburn Lockk-. :it ;in ex-
pi-p.e of $.-lo.per week for t!.. :act,
aloiiie.
In the eoilnilnercial n--- ,>f bi) araini
litntilng which is the I ill in :;il bii--
iiie,-. no exception to t1e rule -ca be
imadde in the theatrical iine. n& all
p,,rple are hun ting for lhi- value- lir
i little inoney. Mr. WVilbur. ever
aiiv' to the needs of th tliiir :in.l ni
want. heads thle theatrical li--, ftr
:2)I years of big pe:t Lo:;.i:,,-, for
-imaill pricc..
"I c'AIn' "ffor.l to t ik, i:::
,. la0nc-=., say- .r. r W iin Ii. I i:t.-t
J r b) .i ne.- iI and ii ; i tUid t- di ai .
iu-t. ill this balg .iin :-, :. v.. b'
valiios for little l ritn i.. I at,. a. t
satisfied ti rr-t on Ilin pas-t l- :i:'.l],
niliut beciut i hty,, (l'iin vii ::!l ,.Ir. l"
p'ip l:ir-pL ric ot'Er(t oil!i;ra '.;.liC it

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I\ill r is te < -;) ,- toe i '-.I .f -' I -
-t!'l;.-. i ti 'r. fis lut st, I' ill-l le!'.
Sry I-)r v ic t Prii h, ..i ;.i'- .
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"o ri :,V -. fi *0 11 m 1 I n i, :,'. !; : "- ,l
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t' *, ,,!, ,f ,.i" S, it," L o,.r ',, o f,
Hi ;iltti of ?-'lritl;t. .,. ". \V .- : ;.. i-
t nc.i'la -trl'ft. tPh\ siciat, '.-,f ":if ,i.v
:>V, kindly foi)- uti l t., pi. i ,in
"!i" -trvr .(t tl;,. lhour- Il: .
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HAM-at D'Alemberte's


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Made in Pensacola.
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POl COHtN SEA FOAM.
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it New Orlean, & Worlds Fair C('!i-
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LAST WEEK'S EXPORtTS.
Shipments to i-'Freign Ports' Were
Valued at .S359 >71.
The records at the customU house
show t' a five steam and -ixteti:
sail vessels of an aggregate toninage
of 18,lt0 arrived fioin loreiglin iort-
last week and that five steaimt and
six sail vesst-~e of an agzr,'-.ate teun-
nage of 14.119 cleared for fnorei.-n
ports.
'Tlie shisnients for tile w-ek to
foreign ports were valued at Si5J,751.
and were distributed as follows:
Itremen ..S.
Rochefort .2
Main.che-ter ',.'.1
Rott-r. Uill r ,14n
OpoI to 13 :'
C'herbouirn .. 1 1-' 1i'
l'am pii't) 1 :;7.
Shapes. 7..),j
mwali sea 7.4-4
London ..... ..
Berwick .>5.7,4
T o ta l ..... .. ..... ...... "'.',


The items of export were:
Timber and lumber. s it
Cotton, bales ...... ......
Phosphate rock. t(on .
oal. ton- .


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o Dr. Bell's 4 ouch Syrup In the beet rentedi
*for all bronui''bal af.reet ion... It is a grttt
riizs&nke to allow it coughi or ciiMv to runt (on
*for i ii ay de-velop ..riousi throat or Wlln,
ittrouble. 'Take Ill-. lull's Cough t~yrup al

Program for V.elea~s Day.
d Oil arrival of the last excursiou
train at 11 :341 o&cloek a. InI. next Sat-
urday the veterans, wearing badges,
will formn at tile- elatratice to tile
Chautauqulia ground,,, and Muarchto t
rthe Ainphii tleatrv. A~s s504)11 -at hr
veteran- ar- esettet. tIh pi-iistir. with
her uiaid-; andr thle ladises who aret- t
tatkl..part. WHi ci eti Iat thfe !idt andi

t1. Lor,*_i Metre hi.' I l,' rtl tl -ta i-rh


lto~por1C..by M. r.Cl)p-N
1. hitinl ird .:211d -12 ii i liv1-114)1 Li.
( trat ifiii1- Nfol i. .1 Ill,. A'%~ A aio
All paper?. publl~di~d wes:t of tie
1ll walilie rivf,! are r~q ne!lttd. to copy;


ilig. ti:atilt-littCe. are aill (all-f-d 114y
im11 prfe t't ii _osi:;'t '41.l'R HIcK1 IB!l1l-L fi,(*.Crr#f'r~t-' the'ii -4tierdvr- a
')i(t. ti v- '-titl):tulV(I ig4'-tet-dfood
;inld 1011-"'ths- '-t.11llta('. liver atnd
bow'f 1-.. F-nr -.det- .' 11 na l Br.,-:.r
%%ea at her (Cmiitiia (msI
Nonrmlua i r pre--niril-c4it-'r- thoe
Gu~lf'-tatte-- tr-dayi. With I 11 ttP,t lif
hii,2i iret-tll.central in the 1Ltkts r -

tlin tilil-rj''FM h.'*ouri vallr'v.
At it)a.i. it wa- fonggy at G t vii-;
")t rIl t elt iod%,in iith- extri-ii'*
N. ,rI iiwe It in all1 other di[-tricts the#
!.kie- are c~ear.
IDurllhz, tile pas~t 21 huiz IF..prc'ilwita.-
ti tit wa- limited ti) tht- Norilh At-
laniitic -taties and iupper I' 1!t.I.
.alild oe [lited at otlv six static (n!t-.
Tie teini peratutre iii a ri -e t ill t he
Nortiiwr--t anlui ha-1 Ciallgui hut lit-
tio in the(ilt- (tif ttates. Flinni the,
1,ake. region and Ohi o valle-y eat-
ward tu the 'oa'-;t it hias grown ed-
er. with thte tpzi)4criatui fon' e lljdr-
a141V 14'!li4Ait", rrteifIzm:rpoint.


A 'I hn.itand T.jsrgxi~e4
(*'.tld ii. ',extprr--tilet- aj,!ni.t.. of


C :, dir ,f t *. l':a.. c vn- i,h, r-

i tit x vx x ar-. !hadl nntn dr Ili.- a btr-


I~ i I 41 It InIx' cU I #.-t a I ; 4


Iir- I r. aw -- 0
) i-c'.ivi .* r :;t, xi.y t re,mld'o a t I
:niti '~ 1,4 'is 0 l Linti f e .
:. til l t).' it'' tI 1 0 f'te '-v1W


Room Mouldingiss


Pol/ 7 hii qt la l'l I athir,. (T *j
I n_.mtl.11o N 1. i N. 1'rilC


11'fl-so F fl/l 10/I/are. SIf0/i

Their prices (are lowf.. f/hill
,/(/IS (0/fcomlejltc, and1tiv '

iv 1o,iyZ l/Ic.t!Oi ~i


1MOUNTAIN MHINT TNIC.


of ob-cur' i yre iptltinl-.,ftell r-fertI d
to) other rt ait- hari tthe -tlrnlI h.
Byt. is- addition. it- virtu-- ;a-4 a
ge-nfeal tonic and itivi iratir ;iand
blood purifi-r, are iot inmpai:rpd ini
,hp l,,a-t. N'. bh tt-r i-dic'llrie clan
be found for the r li-f ,>f t,f di--
oatpes that are so ir val..I;t iit the
-prinzIi month-.
I tak- thim opportunity to thank


Investigate the Convertible Term Contracts

--rF TI1:---

Old Penn Mutual Life Ins. Cc

DAVID EDREHI r,



It[lliii Zoljii A $on.


WASH


f ABRI8


FOR


SPRING


-ORS PETT AS A PCWASTU



COLORS THAT WASH.


27-inch Silk (Jinghamx.
" 27-itch S ilk Uring h o w, .... ................... ..... .. .
31-inch Silk F oulards. ....................... ............... ... .
31-inch Silk Finish Teaur I .'-- -... -.....
3;2-inch Zeptyr I t in iii-- ..-.-.-..-. .. .. .... .... .. .
27-inch Fine Check allnd Stripe (i n.: ........ ...... .
i ;;-inch Spring St.yle l','rc:a .. ......................
P attern S ilks, lino tw ,, ike .... .... .......... ......... .... .
' 40-inch Indi Ia l .i ,i n- --:.................. .....
2. 5-inch ('C he, k N ai i .n k .............................
100 P iec'es I)iilt .. .................-.
1 I P i t o L ,I :." ( :: ... ..... .. .. ... ...... .. .


Mattings.
;,,! It > l- iI ), n ;. -:. ; ,t'* ;_,- ... .. ... ... .. ....... .. .. .... ...
2 l i ::.t i:i i--i;:- -. l 'i-,,


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!tiillia i 01jlls 0! Son.





Buggies! Buggies! Buggies!


A SOLID CAR LOAD. Stylish Stick Seats!

SPI Pretty Phaetons.

1111 surrins; FU L I [StU ',,


Any and Every Style!


Top Buggies.


BEST MAKES, LATETSTSTYLES.


First Come, First Served; They Won't Last Long

Y, -': \V,. w ill A llw \, *> S.,mi ptLin t,,.r ti.i: ') I l .-J I' .
A ir 1 t ir I Fif:.- ;U -.




!Il"illiam oljii~ou A Son.




SPECIAL SALE





GRAY ENflAMEh WARE.

,o


1 ,nuart M ilk I .... ........ .
1 ii ll'rt l)r- p I'm l inil I l- .... 7 '
' ,rt L il i .l "i e ;,- .. -. .

,; \ l I s; k :.: I'. n -...... .. ... .. : ,
1 J i ,d i \V .l- t J i- .. ...... .. ,,-
I in c, i, \'', l, I' l!: ..... .... '




ientell


1 i, rt F i-hi P.i- .......-
i" t I --i-h 'ani .. .. ... ..
1 l ,- i'. . . . .
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i ; i! ( ', v. re 'i .t I t1 0-

t ."i T (',C>\w -r ,d I i k t .


G E RSON
107 Sonth Palafox.


ies


laII-.t Tol -Spae for 0111. '


80 L LCAS


&


CO.


We are Sole Azents For Who is Rader?
K;,v---r & A!ilmir ri'-. f .I-. .1 N.
Ke-!-r' rin ('d Clevelatnr \VWad 1 iPat: r He's the Laborin'
( F',, -. Fiin W all Papers. Full n I l '
n,, f i J. t. i (E.. ; r Man's Friend. He wiii
N. Palaflix. Phon'n,. -" 2f sell you Furniture on

The best 5 cent Cigar the easy payment plan
on the market is the Don't Pay $40 and $50
DURHAM. Try themat e,,r a.n ....
D'Alemberte's "r '


Havip Youir P~ninfiii


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, MARCH 12, 1900. 5


T.JOCGb NEWS


-.a.* ?I'ooj a, anof tn'i


'a'


THE


Nand will inr, at the First Bptit SNUFF INTERESTS COMBINE.
cht0ur-h lMtundav. Mi1' Do-trich!on _______
will repin tiih-re several days. CoMeolidetle of lb- L-adi,' ) 31Bu-


mnti


All the girls in tlli ope-ra company
whi.h -jings here to-night are pretty
girl--and they have fine voice-.


A two--tory hui-e bl*-Ion.ing to,
Mr. Frank Harri-on. at Mlt,,ni. waU
turned down abl) ut 11 :.;) la-t ni.iht.


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-'a .-7' 1.ru.' NIau fav'-


* iii ~Tr- .i, -h K-r,., -r!


M NIII Ii.*


:I.: k, I:. v Children's wear, should
,,: ,.. ,a callal on Rice's represen-I
I i; 'l, '.vi,- c.,-.,d tative at Merchants'
:. ; i : i l :t
.i, :-, : ,) ,- h o tel. I


I.


*W a'. 1
a I. i '


facturers In One Coumpany.
NEW YORK, March U0.-Tne Journil
of Commerce says:
The recent negotiations of the Amer-
ican and Continental Tobacco com-
panios 'o arrange for a consolidatlou of


iran.'l i lancee .ll r :. .. ,ei, ite ie i:ng ntuff iteresrs of the (oun-
(i.ranNl Master at Arm- W. A. Allen, try art, sait to have been practically
(':;;t Jacob Kryger. Henry Hor-ler. comnalet, d and a new compaLy will, it
\V. L. Moy,-r. J. Eninet WV,,lfe. )Dan is stated. he organized to take over all
BH-r.rin. A. 1). Weller anid E-Luirtni the suuft bus:uess of both the Conti-
Arb *ni, left ve'terday for Key We-t naurai i-c and American Touacco
; attend the grand lodge Kuight- of co:nnamne,. as well as the Atlauntic Snuff
Pythtia-. c cmUip'uvy and tre Helme .uuff company.
v '-ryv min,-nilser ff '-nsacola T roto-'ial transfer ot the two last
I. 1,i.-. .N,. :. K. of 1'. i- ur-ntiv ,' c P,, i.. 1 With tl e company s said to
'. ,..-ted to atetnd tui- iti-e-tin. t ,- i..J.d- tio-niight at 7:3ii o'clock. f' the sua'ff companies and the Ameri-
W\, k it, tl.e Third Rank by the f.a- c!lA e0.'dUy i ow being cooensuma
,,^ ..nauutcrial Te~amI atrT other ti, Tatn. cApital of the company is to
ip. ,r'.a-,t hbtine-l All K inht- be dviatea equally into preferred ani
c. ditnil i vit-d,. coinuon s ick.
e. new deas. it is said, will give the
('has. H. Illi-- ha- r,-sizned his American and ContinentalTubacca coin-
S,-i:iian :i- reporter of the Pen-acola pany control of .5 per ceut of the salff
Pr-..- and will begin work at once on output of the country. The American
ti.- lir-t iiunuber of a monthly mlaga- oomii any owns the Baltimore Snuff
zine to h),e ubli-hed here. Henry C. company and the Continental owns the
R.,,.-r-. late city editor of ttlie Mont- Lo-illard company.
goine-ry Journal, takes Mr. Blis-' The Atiautic Snuff company wascap-
.an' n the P're-.. ita:zi u i 'n 1i' at $2.000.000 and it is
unan-ertood taiat tn urice named for
For Over Fifty heard. this company was $6,5uo.0'0, while toe
rlielnie company isL aid to have asked
aMK'i. WIN-ALOW'S OOTHIN MYRtP bha ,:)'>
i',..- u..-d forr tov-r chldfty ars by mwhileiins in Vte it was practically admitted at
]:ti pvrf.ct -uecct-.-. It soothti the child, the ofli'e4 of the American and Conti-
. ,f;an- the* gunms..allaysall pain.cureswind nentai co,rnanies, yesterday, that the
Si;l ( thb bv st r leniildy for -i rrhPa. deal w:as unier way, representatives of
na-I 'ittly. fold by lirugRi.-ts; .n -%-rv Tho'l '"'lipaiiies declined to giva out
pr* f t.. word. Twenty-ive- c-nt- b, t- any detals..


I i o lf ( itet A-ln-r.v.au liatereqstr.
Nixw. Y,'::K. March 10. A special
from \',a'aiugton says: Orders have
b-eu t -'g:at)i.i tuo Rtar Admiral
Kautz. itinmiaiier-iti-ch:et of the Asi.
atnl --.:n t:ran.. d.rectlug him to proceed
with tlie Pi-iiadoq.hia to the Pacific
coast o t'entril America for the pur-
pose of protecting American interests
and to endeavor to prevent hostilities
among the republics there. Admiral
Kautz will not start until next week.
Ml lii la Ordered to Frankfort.
BARBOURVILI.E, Ky-, March 10.-The
local militia company has received or.
ders from Adjutant General Dixon to
be ready to move to Frankfort at once.


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COOPER & CO'S SHOW

Will Exhibit at Pensacola Three Days

Commencing March 22, 23 and 24.


AmisSi: Children 15 cents.
i. Adults 25 cents.


JUST OPENED.


1' ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Il a- .'' '''titeEntire' ( u'ii.v It wr ''i- e2V'. IW''
I a : ~. it(iz O rd-- Str%-t'(t at all hu~ i\v, e'klv 'Itoit- .


. A. E. BAKER & CO., Proprietors.
14 EAST GOVERNMENT STREET.


FDRBES


STORE.


*~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~o O m~aaa1i ? l*


N 2 h 1 ~tcr :in the


will i.c >or a Ion'-


ti! < nI to oIite'. If ytl


t > ci r r'.ii rwi nI \'- uU initrcrcl s. we think you xvll


THE PEOPLE'S STORE,


A.


MaketheHairGrow
W ith w-ri.i slay i ,,f 'a ('i'"v T, \ >I p aPrl
light (lressn!in of C'IUR'A,. itnr.t of ef0)!i.W
lient skin (tires. This tre:;ttiuv:t at owne
stops falling hair, remove es crusts, scales. an .
dandruff. ,i.th. a irriLt.dil. itching surfaces,
stimulates the hair follicles. Supplies the
rootsa ith energy and nourishment, and
makes the hair row when all else fails.
fold tbrouthogt the world. lrnrra D. AD C.COP.,
Sae Props.. Bonton. ** "owso HATe Bnttifl lr," free.
To-Night's Attraction.
It is said that the Wilhur-Kirwin
Opera Company gives the best per-
formance for the moneyof any opera
company on the road. It is almost
niseless t; write anything of Susie
Kirwin. Her ability as a mirth pro-
voker, her careful aunne-r in staging
lih- operas and the general excel-
letnce of her supporting comipauy are
matters of record.
No other organization playinii at
popular prices inas a firmer hold
upon theatre-goirs, aiid Susie
Kirwin and her singers are al-
ways aecworde-d Lm t i'l- rouu
receptions ev -rywhere. T''lie vaude-
ville i-; nIw and of the in-t ple.1-:i g
character, iincluditilg thel sell-'Iti)h i oi
the hour in New York City. liostonr
and 11 hiladelphia., T'hI Oirl with the
Atburn Locks. '!( e< otff.rin to-
niight will be the Two lVagaboids.
Wilbur'.- vr. iion of irllinme. with
its light anii 3 1 ;i.itiiLii lliilI'. t,''ett-r
with ttne lli cl.i- vaidt.viile i;tke-
ian evening of three sil'd hour- <'f
f'in to aIIll who h lliy atte .d.
Dr Bull's (ouurh yrup banishes at once all
fo' lll' f 4 ti it (!l. 1'111,-. itnl lv:I '- T.'et-
it )'.i matn- i.t tair.f. '1 !ii w niil fui l ,r iiitily
ua cured l ,ii'iu f uTrI-t, rs l ,lt
lirioi lj '+ it : -. i til-*'- .t-- [ll l troul.il -
'lIhe ndidatf- f,,r tue ii '-t p114,ip -
lar lady iti t:e* vo'tinwi conte-t for Mt:i
linle plinai n fior I i ,i-fit of ('C at.lili,'
churl'-!h az,iar notice thu- fir are
.Mi-- Ida l'ia..i.,. .Mi-. Julia Mc-
Hligh NMa.n'y. 11M-- .Maru'erite
Fii-lil. N l-- .\!nai .ni itli. M is-
(laudia l-F ri: a;i. will lot- Inoirt. to
be lih-arit fr'ii Privo of vote', 10
cent-. V('ti.h li ox at Clutt( r'<.
In :lc :1 2: f
IfatilKile buggies.
If you) have noit yet inspected that
fine lot of new Huggi, --right from
the factory, at factory prices-go
anrd ,- -e thleii at once. at J. M. Hil-
liard & (o',,.
Coming, the Alba Haywood Co.,.
the celebrated coinedian supported
by several itituical artists of re-
iiown-don't fall to get tickets-
price 7.ce>int.. Benefit of B. P. 0.
Elks charity tuind-C!utter's hall
Monday eveI-Iin z 19. iml2tf
Holw's ThIs'
We .o,,.-r ()n e Ilundred l).Dollar- r-
W.ir'l for ;ilny v Ji, of ('atait lh tliat
'i:iti, ,t I. e i cu ', V lt JIIall'.fs Ca' tari !i
F. J. l nlN'. i i.,l. &o. &.
t 1. ('Ch!i. i-y. flor tl: l; i-t l 1 v. r-.
li I l"i 'I vi ) 'ii i ri'.ctly i i,- or Iili
in ;i l ti;i- i;i, .~ ti an i t l i, n -- ;iiil
liai 1 4ii i la to a. l V1 oilt aI IIy ,",l-
li I.l.i+ i *adl r liy tlir' lirh i.
\\'lol, s'l, I)rurgi-t- 'T'ole, o, 0 .
W:%.lI,< Ni. KINNAN & ,IAItVIN.
DURHl rr Cigars havei i-
!t 1'ilalv. :;t'i i r tti'ctl V l ,ponl thi,'
bloodl and10 li',ili- (-t:rla' of thit
-y-t'oli. P'ri." 7,c. lp by ;ill ,!ruii-' ists. TI--tilnonial- fir **.
tall'- la' i .l" fills a "e t'lilo t -t.

DURHAM Cigars have
been tried and fire test-
ed. D'Alemberte sells
them.


NICOLA


CASSA,


RESTAURANT--OYSTERS.

Flr it?, Ca o les, Vp;tit
('i_.:.:'- ,a -:;(I olll.ir'c ", :>t l,,,w~ !':. i -.
a nr. T7 r r:' a, ,i.a '7 a l /l r :'t i;l --:. "?-



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Schwartz,

Proprietor.


" ..a


" NEW ARRIVALS!

O R'U first announcement of New Artivals of Spring


Apparel.


A generous assortment, large variety


of colors and styles to select from of Ladies' Waists.
We carry all kinds: the largest assortment in the
city of well known brands. Among them the famous
'" ,tr'/i, Ih ///'aid." famous for fit, style and finish-in


fact the best fitting Waist in the land.


dealer or customer can denx.


This fact no


You miay form s,)mle


idea of our offerings by a glance at our large exclusive
Shirt Waist Window, and they arc heapcr than
heretofore by reason of our Motto: "SI i Ciii:.\i \\l)


New
Arrivals!


LACES AND EMBROiDERIES!


New
Arrivals.


Our C'ettre Table-Q ita, bvniirg eratlhia -rooidly -Li;ri'.: t Na,
PluiIltlt-- inLace-i and Einbroiderie,.


If mn I toirt ldgt : .- .rh Ifr.er n'


t~ icia L :icaa tnd l I-,-rtotoit-.
Ni~i. a' !:cheui ~l..:alll Iii-f rUl-Ti.


I4 ii'' mt I-I, arti..it


iii~~~P )~ ':rt i i ,lAt-ir,: ltin. ('ix vitaI a :rP.Ia -.AwI:,a. .ra c



*Sweepinq Sale o[ Muslin hLemrwear!*
Om, 1"ot (10T .; -Ir~w -.ua'u~..la i t' i /. -u, -I ; a l:-12.'it. -!- 'w jiair*
1.5 tu K .1y................................... .............. .-c pair
Out- : thu.. i' mmii ~~wor- :: I* Nt~Iirk.
L-'t 1 Chi1: ld*4 runituitl ( ;I)Wri- :1t(* NI~t N o
)1uo1" !-,*Ciuld'- 1Tiirimmed Skirt-a at -ta'4NIt u k .
Orif.1-)Lt Nli-s-.-Tririnin,-d (jown-i a:t.( ',,-t NI, i k .
Ontm Lot Ladie&* Frutinuim (l- riie.worth 2,o .r ...................2I'00 (,,1(1i
Oiiv op I'tL-idi'-' 'Irimuijt '.~iod .unIpeC ('hu..i-A.i.WoIrtl 75f-11........IFC Oaeli
r`sZne Lot Odds and Ends-r
In LI.adif-'. Skirt. idl 00 ~lQt"( ..-e Ot :At ('#'-tAT Irk- Pl-ie.


Afk,


DeFUNIAK SPRINGS.


Ponsav da vi iia .ik .&N


It. It.


Seat of the Florida Chautauqua now in Session
Until March 27th.
Finest Resort in Western Florida. 7 ::-
Sin '!a: -t A t. : : i' \V:i'.- :i l i:,v.. 4 l i:ita.


J, r,, BS"T I A A t0M 'U'A 'TIfCN


AT H 0TLiL C iA iIFAI,, UA.


MA K lG ROO1


For Our Fine and :Lxtci:oive Line of


Ogt


Spring


Goods,


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JUST RECEIVED N r : I,


I1: .;


S; a unplyv Even if You do Not Need Them Now.


5 !o.n Ehi,,lbroidered and Lace IEdtc,! Kind,
worth i5< each, this sale ... ....................

-; .'L.f"n plain (all linen) i5c ,iualit', this sale


, ~ e p'a'n S


cotton, 7


tills sae ..... .. .......... .. 0c


-do. en Men s II.


S. White an Colored,


Bordered, 12 1-2 and 1ic jualiL. -..... $1


000 yards "Sea Island" Unbleached Cotton, 1 yard wide, ..... 5c
- c0so Lonsdale 4-4 Bleached Cotton, . ....... . 8 1-3c


.;,)~-JOS. COLEMAN.


:2 1 S Paha:ifi- x .- I :


I)WELIaMaN'S FOR REINT'.


i vir *trt r i T
10 -tory' 'I
#?. a-t C1(' elur att Iet, 1, t.,) 1 aP
-itorY
co 1-1,; Fs-i t 1 h-,t 'i ra-- t .. -,r', o I-ii.. f
tiu I
No '1, 7 We-t i 'a.-t r.'t T r -'ol;. a.
Nofu uh'Ale 11-a--"
Qoz "a "~Nrth Alwai:; trtet, r ,- rJiii.
I otory' I.'
to-ar l.:!irmnr
r, V~- 0:.. Ia It ll.- I
!:3oi~. ''' t -I I I -rp t r..t. 4
doz rom! o nb.(al h t ittCI*.'


5*aya ral -rnal!"-r dw4ij~ngs r t Iwo I,
yonu Ip.)n (ciil at t!:- Ir, ,' f-',!- R, 4"'


Dfpos. Ufatsopr 9
P r.AT. ESTATE,
Rental and Insurs


J. M. HILLIARD & CO.,
-M..iu:f.Acturcr- .nud Dealier' ii.--

Carriages, Buggies, Wagons and Drays.

0-@Repairing Attended to Promptly.4oi


FAESaT (;GR'DEN 'T.


PENSA('*OIA. FIA


RoseS- -Carnations.


I am eiuz the pN of d hi 1: '-'nnnt aud 1lf:2--tw Pirk (,arilemof
monwoV~mery. au n'! ntwve No~rm' otcie carn f'arr.:.arv 'awe ait Offf i t iFlowers
lsalI Ic t~flS wand.


New Line of Ladies' Neckwear Just Received.


Carnations 75c per dozen.
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, MARCH 12, 1900.


0RTTO RICANATTERS


The Tariff Bill Still the Political
Storm Center.


ITS FRIENDS A TRIFLE UNEASY.

A strona Femetor Behined the Messar
Is tIme r'hbsllpilne-Joe Wbheeler's
m+(.Wmu Ira te- Hnouse Secretary
lau >-' Troua em.


1\\'. : %,.; '. MarvhlCo. ISp<, ial.]-a
'l i'* I r :'to 1i ':ni ltariff till utliilinuls,
i., be tl poulij.i al stonriu c.'nter. \Vheu
the' toil! v.;i : lit 1to ti.- s4e ia ''. tihe
toim Ill At t t v, ;Illh it. I'l.1 tlh<-.', arl'e a
tuisI,' T ,,1 '' -tl',"ltttan\ ''-< w olt, I'' still
1','eling hI I *ifo'-Ts ot lih' t lstormll. whose
-'t:lg -. .'.'-in ; I:,rl;ing r .al-nit It |ilopular
branch t s' ri*'-. \'l. o xviuld liave
tI o 11 .illt :' kI'd OInl mlil'' !,il' of ioll-
grt-%s. ) [it 14i1; li 1 < i I V, 4 1ld
ha.,' ki, .,, ii, 11-u- a If l Ua i un
S -.'- \V"1. it < ,'-!1 a.- s' .1,,n .' i,,ople
1.- !I .'\,'- i .h 1 fi;;'n i! ot ti.'- ,'n< nl bli.-
ii ;- i.. i it o o f RtI- of t;.j! lo.I t:
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Is,' s'hn; lng,. ls 1 ;ll't ,'1 Int' l I l ,t !r :el: ;',i !. l'l

Wadl-. in fav tor s4' it i 'a.'ln tln,' I 'i!'.
It Ie lHrall the l'hitllpippln'-.
AltilnlZ it I:H, I,'n. I '- itlln'd I before
that th,-o Plhi!ip,.n<* annm ilth-ir iprodi,.t
art, ri-ally l .ii'.,l lf- P 'orto llt,'an I ill.
there is a phas, uof the iali'r ntit ge;n-
'rally kllou*l. It,,publIH' l hIa fa 'oitl i cliii,'iain.- Lo. -itIilt :" ait-.'
t Lat thiti' i\tA au in tasy f,'' -*I;
amotig Ilthe wot)rkiiiguin. Vin\hile Il'ere
tls very l;ttll' ftar of a:n inttux of
Malay lal'r., tl,.'r. ua :a <1 'i'le' l iin-
Ip,-.e-icu t Iilt in i :s' fr'<'- ;r.a with
Ilhe- Ilni:ls.- ~!,ih.nl Io. Idoptcltl a< a
Iolicy lati's i;an:ufaci t iriuii '-ta lis.l-
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ntad tw',n told that'tthere were no va-
"anwuit.s and why it was their men were
not Iappo)int-dl. To ca'lh and all Mr.
Ilay wearily explained thle situation,
at thi' same tmns. wi-hing The Con-
i'',sitl:li Re-,rd had ll' '-n silppress-d
71 ,!;i; ti', <'ana xd ::i (-Omnsul', wer'e
.".d. AnTH it W. IDt's.
A t Prater G-ts I Wol Y. *'ar.
CALIIOU.. Ga.. March 10. -The jury
ia the AtI Prater case returned a ver-
itvt of guiity with a recommendation
."f mter"yr. Before the judge tDassed
.,.-ateno- Prater's attorneys nad a con-
.,.tatmi. with the prisoner and agreed
*4 a VetrdlCt 01 guilty. for sentence.
42'atust Prater ,'n the remaining three
*aes. Judge Fite sentenced Prater to
-erve two year' sentence. tae allot-
iuent of tine being as follows: For
teaiuia norse, one year; buggy, siz
;inou:ih; harness, three months, and
liridile. there mo mths. AdI the above
srtic e. wer. stolen from different par.
if', I making separate bails necessary.
KIlleft Ilit Nm't10hbor.
s,' TnL';l" .Y,. Ala., March 19.-Sam-
elT Ltde, a prominent farmer and mer-
hbant at Oik Grove, iu this county,
iaot andi killed W. B. Johnson, a mag-
mitr&ae, at that place this morning. Tiue
men were next ioar neighbors and cloe
frieus i. Lde says Johnson assaulted
L' mi:e.


LIBELS ON WOMEN.
WV(Icn a s"' ''' .' I"'nks. a caeo,
-,- dy \v:.!nts ',* ':: :t.. it.
If a ci;'l of It ; s1!, ti.1 g: i li r nie as
';. 's1n:i' wo,'n::i.;;i V n, ,li . L- .' i ct k'' lthaln :thit."
W\Vhn a lia:.In ;::l.s fthe priv'i!ten? of
ltoking a u1"n(Ul iI4 hi ome, his '.'mI n
flIks s:'y that it is to tiud somnetlhi ng to
rumbleie abeut:'.
Vt:ein w w'.rant fa i1 to I:."nko ioney
,*y 1 t1:inaglin a church e!inti:taiinen nt'
:.!i, ri.;:nards with suspIteon thie i :1I1n
who vold tlickels at the dlnotr.
We tave noticed that when a child
;1:!s a sirart another It is often quoted
nA. saying smart things. In short, we
believe that mothers make up the
suwart things credited to children.-
At,'hlson Globe.

Itules fi- Lent.
All the faithful who have com-
;dleted their twenty-firmt year and
who have not begttin their sixtieth
.- ar. and whoare not exempted frcit
hf- obligation of fasting by Aickne.s,,
:;ald work or other well known rea-
onis, are obliged to fast on all the
avs of Lent. except ttudadyS.
On tliose days but one lull meal is
allowed, which i should not be taken
before noon.
Cu-toni allow- a cup of coffee, tea
*>r thin chocolate, an aa .minall piece
of bread or a cracker, to bi taknu in
trt. inmonillng; and in tihe eveniin', a
collati'ini. not exe'etdint the fourth
;part of nu ordinary m:.l, is allowed.
At tL.is co'llation. butter, ch *ese,
n'iik,.e-gs and all kinds oI fruit.
ti-h a nmd vezrtable- ;r>t' allow'i!.
\hXni i the l Ir:!inci;al :iimal c;atIunt
witImout l'rave ileIIconvellinelt )e,
(al;ln at t!0ooi, it i- perniisi bllo- tio
take the collatiion ill tt0.0 lloiniut:g
and tihe dinner ill the ev-iii! .-
Ab-:inetice lrain thli u of ll"-
is lnj sined otn ;ll the \WVledn<'doa- -
and l"riday,' of Le'-it ini'1 on the Sat-
arday of Em!, .r Week and on IHoly
-Saturdatiy.
I li. u-c of l.rd i- allowed in cnook-


Fis-h and tis' ::r not, al!low-d :!t
t tile I: '*-al. v 1'-i : i S: tnd s:t n .
1->='s. tch,- 'I'I. itilk and butter may
he ui-d evt ry ti::v. but Nhstint.nc,
toiit -aIll of ti;e-- r cI'-'innli dl+ ,d n11
(,oed Friday.
Persons exemptld f.'iii ti', old'-
Mati on t1l t1 ,.. .11 r n ;nst bI n.it:d I;.
tlti l,-strictior ,f :-it,4 nr, t h,'
onee a d:y eon t,.t i l.iy- i:1 whn "i tthe
I'0 *'*i lm .at l-l p. l itt'ed by ili-pell-
sati,:..
t'.tti I n11 over *- v.'!i y-''lr of -lage
ir, I.,umi Iy t! l:t. v ot :abs'ti;w'irl e.
tl'--i xci -Vu d ty' -'**e w ii 4r otter
catises.
r E' l p.ischal tin:'., iIl whicIt ail
(':,tll'_ltc- who toav I t:oI, to the
"+ a-' ~i: di.srelti,,n ;. l bouitnd toe r"-
., iv holy comllitl.vni"n: wolthily. 0x-
tend-' from the ,'ir:.t Sunlay ot LUiit
till Trinity Suinday. inclu-ive. Chil-
,dren! ,ver s-veoI years of ago ae-
bound by thie precept of annual con-
fesion. Pa-tors and parents should
e- that the children comply with
this duty.
I'he holy -eaaon of Lent is a time
of pr.ayer. of sorrow for sin, of seclu-
hioln from the world an d it-a anuse-
utient$, and of generous alinmgiving
By a -pecial indult ;rianted to the
hi-los)4 of tl e l' :ited State's for 6t-
'"ar, r latituz frin Mr.rth 1I., ln.'i
w.,rkilg pe ,oie, wht c:innot e.-t il\ ,
.Iloeerve the c'-iimzln,,' law of the
c.'turclh. are' dia;,n-e*'d fito)i tIl.- ob-
t;l..itli0ln ot .thi ll:t-!nce' osn al; l (daI S f
''i, year ex.x-pt lF'r:d'-ys. A-h
\Wddn-lday. Hol,ly W\Vt-k ai:d C'l.ri-t-
,:t:- KE v,. "I't.is i- i.-:I ti,0 doe-
,oii t ,'X,-lli 't fr,,nt t ," e "id~ll14 til)
liza'.otlt ot f.'tizi:. W li,'in' .ttl t h x-
i-ts. inr (m.),-" it :titl 'in 'iz tli, u-,' if
S.i-t aind tl tinQh ;I: tn-" .]!- mlzleal. It
:,' lold-s. IoweV l.11 t o4, ly t :o. i: Idl-
.iitAi:l w'orkin-'n 1i v.'!i Sn f:t ,onr it I-
.r:i"t, -.'i ai tti i.t- init.r- of t. ,'.;r
.Ma1ii t'- s w.' ne : 1. In ett r-: it i'. t+x-
.. red Ithat ths,- w!.o avail tlilimn-
- .'-* t is ind lt lil eind-,avor to
'. .t l.--ut lby v ,i !!ut.r-y ;Irt's itR1 n r-
*:i,';tI,:i. [,,. rta'ce ;i:,I. a. in-.- iviiin :. A
: .-t ;>,i' i--w ,,r :' rli..t il i.; tl:at oi
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x iitrphy-ic.iani are cordially
D. W. MOMILLAN. M. D.,
Prf~iaiunnt.


ORCHARD AND GARDEN.



~~~x ~ : Ov app O *ategroitutidotie year


:1.. tio.;
Yx anl crowd! fruit trevq ormly at the
risk of goitting n reeiwd crups (if under-
sii:nnI. iIvterin: fruit.
'Mwit (of the small! fruits are less unfa-
th.aM nor iittimnt'd Iby a shady location
thmkitchen n'getalnles.
Pear trees ri'tiftto fcrd and] the soil b~e
strong fland retcrntive. n-i r.-:l as thorough-
ly drai~nel.I1.4wneality rnubt largely deter-
raine the r.riet ior-.
All d.-nil. (1.es or fntiltv lirnbs
-ih'lI It#di cut off irtfraiit and miiana'ntal
i tre'-. tiit only fuir ti-e liook, tmthI!? nh as
a protection ag~ains.t fntho~r tdec(ni.
Tlhe l.)n,7vnzi an relmia iis kfpt in vulti-
v.)t to ,n:mnoI a rrojn t~ik. ii off tMe'grn'ator
Iu...~the list .'ss,:tv !.nr lils'j al itarnur-
it.!:. Ntm. is.1 ag )t)(1 tialoto zij'ply the
*.iLl .

THAOUG,-HTS FROM RUSKIN.

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PLANT LIFE.

All gum lien imng tri-s~. or vnnifervrs
ar'' hsn''iltlealthfuil. since tiey give
out great quantities or ozont'.
Japanese florists have stwee'eded in
ornlttvatIng a rose which looks red in
the sunlight and white In the shade.

TO THE~ PUBLIC.
I have just ree..ived a fine lot of
all kinds 4,-)f andinps. and -wil them at
vo-rv ro-aQuinable prices.
14.'M. L'irge. 25 centst ner pound.
Chocolate Drops. 20 cents per
pound.
loomultan Mixed, 2 pounds for 1-5
All Fanev NMixpd Candy. thA hest
ve, brceugivt to Pt'nsaeolat.at4O0cesnt=
pt ; pound. Call and see for your-
vifIf.
T'hey are fresh and fine jki!-t from
.h4-p vines. C. APOST L E.
"4jlIni

(vinforta ble mattresses,
pillows, etc., to fo with you,'
newv fumritw'oe. Yout can
buy the whole oud/it fromn
I1a~rston, 4-Finch.

WIL1UML" 41CIRIEDUILk
FOR STEAK DIV1P;ION
"E_`f1AVOLvtA ULECTRIC TXIAMINAI
IZAIUWAY 4UOMiANY.
Trts It-awe Penpacoist for tbe Littit,
1a.,,u. PaIrnotto BLi-acb. WarriDntgon. Nav,
N arci and Iio ort lia rrancau at


Young O irs

How easy it is fr young
girls to into the "decline."
They eat less and less, become
paler and paler and can
haridydrag through the day.
They aren the steady down- 9
ward course. Iron does them
no good; strychnine and bit-
ters all fail. need a food
that will nourish them better,
and a medicine that will cor-
rect their disease.


Scoff's Emulsion
is both of these, elegantly and per.
rnanently'ombined. TheCod-Livr
Oil makes the blood richer, and
this gives better color to the face.
The hypophosphites of lime and
soda act as a strong tonic to the
nerves. Soon the weight increases
L the digestion improves and health
L returns.
At :il drugtr its ; ,o. and :i cs )
'iCI IT & LUWN L, Chcanstu. Nt' York.
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"I think I would !l. crazy with
pain w re, it not f,nr 'shimin 'irliin'-
Pain Halmi," writ.- Mr. W. H. St:j-
plton. Hlrinihi.. Pa. "I hlavoheotn
af: hlited with tr(-umnat i-in foir several
year ;an'i have t; ied rein,'Ji(- witih-
tiut inlwinr, but Pain B:'.m i- the
lb,4st ime f."
(i a;pl.lication r'lijv,'n ',* p- irei.
I*'. -;.lb hy Hannat H r,-.. 21 S. Pal-
:,fs x -treet.

J. 1. Stophen.! hat- a iarz:r as)ort-
m1lt of Solil St-i, ti n ,, ilver and
Roger's Knive;. Forks a-inl Sp-oo

Convention Call.
The -ixteenth annual rT.Petintr of
tho Woman', ( 'hristian Temperance
1'nion of Florid-., will ie held in
(Gaimneville. April 3rd. 4th antd 5th.
T'lihe first -r.--ioin will be' at ; p. m.,
of Tue-day the third.
Mits B9,ll- Kparney of Flora.
Mi,.n., will give the convention, ad-
drn-., adding interest ti the occa-
in. A I.I '.: C. I RioWN.
SARtA J. Gi.ENN. Pie-ident.
Record iog iec'y.

Buy your wife one of those.
handsome Parlor suites'
'rom Marston 4' Finch.



DRINK LION BEER!


VIDAL & SMITH,


" PERSONALITiES.
j Governor Stanley of Kansas employs
Sno stenographer, preferring to do his
own writing with a pen.
v Judge Taft. the new head of the PhIl-
Ippine commission, is .5 feet Dli> Iluh ,
high. with a full quota of fli-sh for his
height.
A photograph cf Oon Pa.l Kruzer.
taken 20 years agn. sh -wws l:iu; wi!ih a
face innocent of all lrn.s and a b"ar7l
like that of Glad. ,'ni'.
Cougressinan (':1,"s ._;r,-svenor r>
Ohio is very fonil of .r's,. and gencral-
ly wears not a Itid. itt a full blown
flower, in his 1n:ttonhlnt..
Alan Arthur. isi n of io latt' presi-
(lent, fintlig that his incoltrme g,''.s far-
ther in Europe tlan in this countryy,
has practically expatriated hir.nielf.
William C. Whitmo.y probably ha. a
lnrger number of .xpon-;.ve hats than
any man in New York. '[hey are ina I."
to his order, and he devotes :nuth ti;:7e
to their selection.
Rev. Samruel P. Ia'n:a(p of Maywooil,
Ills.. claims to Ibe the originuator uf the
Intercollegiate dl bat'o. lie brouulght
about what lie 'ays %as the ilrst < f
the'e 27 years ago.
(Collis I'. II% ;iutn:t..n i l .u ,!n;.g a
new cc.untry he r:-.' .:t::r Ix;s Angeles.
His fine collh'ti. n of !r!i, '!i.''-s i' to 1.'
taikt'n thorn ::!'rl v. :11 in', tlr',\ n open to
the pI1( bli. c 0:1' a V, k.
T 1, re''j r;eld insa!:tint of 'Viilin~n
S 0:.1iitz'.. thl" ce!:t' s x. r.'. r"'i'al:; the
fact that Paul ?!,ari;l.y. thi' i;. ,-t la-
inous pIlayer in tle lhi.,tory of n lt' o;::mn.,
went lInsI;ne several .TI n rs r ,l>fo;r, l.is
d,*-ath.
It is said to l't, th'( d -it'e of Presi-
,ilent I>iaz that IGnr :i': l I B rnairdo
lt'yes, his .oew t:jin !.ter (f wa:r. shill
n.''.eC l;d hl i!: as l'pr.'.iinli't of M~eti'so.
GeOr.-l l's,'s !;as l,eel i giovernjr nof
Nuevo IAtn.l.
SFeme one quoted to Fonator Ilanna
the other day Thaekeray's remark that
mankind was divided Into the bores
and the bored. "True." said the sena-
tor. "and the former live longer. They
kill off their victims very rapidly."
James Charlton. the retired general
passenger agent of the Chicago and
Alton railroad. Is one of the oldest rail-
road men in point of continuous service
In this country, having started In 1847
as a junior freight clerk In England.
Two members of the present con-
gross began life as sailors. Each was '
a New Englander by birth, each ran
away to sea, and each finally made his
home in California. One Is Senator
Perkins and the other Representative
E. F. Loud.
It Is reported In the EnZlish papers
that the queen is so pleased with the
pomp and splendor with which Lord I
Curzon has ruled Indma that she in-
tend. to decorate him with the grand
cross of the Order of Bath. and. fur-
thermore, shie will giv I hlis wife the
order of Victoria and Albert. a decora-
tion wi::'.,l: no Amnerint':ni woman yet


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Sole Agents for Celebrated YELLOW LABI:: :r.

Z--other High-Grade Whiskies.-:-+

PROPRIETORS OF THE OFFICE SALOON.


F.C. BRII i N-


Wn. K. -R. it.
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First National Bani'

OF PENSACOLA. FLA.

ZX3 ZICMC'Z'OgJ
WM. H. KNOWLE8, W. A. BLOUNT, F. C. BRENT, W. K. HYER J.
D. G. BRENT.





SN"We draw our own Bills of Exchange on Great Britain, Ir- r*'
Germany, France, Austria, Italy, Holland, pain, Belgium, ussia *
way, Swedcn, Denmark and other European countries.

WO'Veesels Di!bursed upon the Most Favorable Terms, and t' :
Obligations Taken Payable at Port of Destination Ten or Fifteer Day.
after Vessel Arrives there.
'Safety Depoit Boxs- for Rent in Conneotloe
with which we hawe s Private Apartment for the U-
of -.eu tr.


Cold Weather
Coming. S-..ni :
orders i1 l I 1*t n inlt ytinor tili i".f'
Soln' Itnap arrives. W' will en-ul
be.t c atl .vou catl pros i-ure for it' .. -
for heaIting lpurii .e.* at r.a. otn'..", tt

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Coal and Wood.


Telephone No. 147.


4 iffjl v -untt :d Nim iI: i4 F: or'.rn i'.t
awlntiRnilroadnlM '. "


THE ORIGINA&L-


S T liff


A. B. C.


BEER.


V. J. VIDIh, Sole Wholesaler.

Lt0 I l0 I IuI1. BIBIDIES WillES, IIPOTED E ID D 001
Paul Jones ani Echo Spriis eicbeNatl Whiski-
Sit I BITTR I Off t lT C leRY TlC.
S PHONE 134. : : : : P.O. iHWX .-P7
-a JUG & FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED
Fre DI) llivery to Any Part of tb, I'ty.
WVBAll orders left at The OBMee. VidalA&i mith,waill c.
attmadeel to.


OUNN'S


Fri~lor~lenlby rallPn.'i j -a:. tin on
olnly' 17.etr ab'l-jutel t' inire"n' It 'itlt-

Geo. Pfeiffer, A~gent-,


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HOTEL


rDN EUROPEAN PLAN.


lials L

25c E


Restaurant Attached, Open Day and Night.

O'1''TI-'. I' H{ AND GAME OF ALL KIND- IN S..--

Special Orders at Any Hour.
RATEr':- ; : -I .1, to !.,- per Day. \LOD C-I'
,15 ansd tI1 S. Southin l'.lafx Street 'Pensa-,la. Florlrda / 25 an( .50'-



4JOHN PJ RDY.::"

Foundry IVachine ShopS,
CENTRA. WIAiF, COK. J 'FiEKSON A:1ND PINE .:'TV;I -


Telephone 346.


Pensacolai. "a-


PATrERNS., ('AAT4I'N-;-. LUMBER TRTCKS, SMALL.
Car XI:oeeIs. W'.i 'J anid Ir'n Pulleyq, Hanserp4. Bte.1.
factured to Order in Fir-t-Clasi, W.orkmanlike MNn' rilC:
ble Rates.
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BUBONIC PLAGUE GROWING.
Four New Cases EcporteI la Honolulu
S%,r- 31areh 2".
H JNO;.,i:LU. March .1, via SAN FnAS-
ci-,' March 10. Four new cases
of lbbon;c plague have developed
s:n -e Marchi 2. Among thome arti:cted
is H.-riuan Levy. a hotel clerk. Hie
Srm: ,tvun are of the pueunonic type.
Ti.e ecfiouuer Al:-e Kimbili, from
Man:. Lrings wurd that there is a siU-
p:ci',. ia,e of sicmrness in caiup on the
Kaei ; .auuation Eacouragiug reports
counit- Trom the outside !,lands. No ad-
di',lui c.ases have developed in either
li:io or Khahali. The board of health
has d-eided to lift the quarantine in
both pl.i-es within a few days.
CANNIBALS IN PHILIPPINES.
Stury That They Caught and Ate an
American oidler.
SA.' A.ro.xc,. Tex., March 10.-In
two different letters received in this
city from members of the Thirty-third
infantry, who got so close on the heels
of Aguinaldo in the mountains in the
interior of Luzon, comes the story that
a member of the regiment, who fell be-
hind while up in the hills, was killed
and partly eaten by natives known as
Egnotes. a tribe of cannibals.
Private Mohaviern writes one letter
and Sergeant Bateman another telling
of the above

POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS.
I-'ir Rlepresentalive.
'.* r i.'.ih *iDiv. If n%. va c in(l itlt
g 1 p l+,' z->* tl vf 11' <): -c'inl iitt( m i C,)U :)t% .
I ',,'. '* h t ,-* !,.:,n slar.,ra r uhi, ct to thl.
('.. M'i:F n J,,N I-..
i-'rM ll p.'se -aitatite.
v I' I'-Ii n ,
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A 'II % her f1


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Fiemr She'riff.
!wI 4'i TT I E*t : 41 4 4" rn.1; tfRt. 42I t lali- !.

Ie'r ('lerk eif sloe Circujit Commxr.
I 4...4.:P ,l4( *- itm -olf aIt, n ~ 2':8
III r.'u4- :1 % ,4' 1.t. l f t411 va'.U il- t-ctii"t
,of ('ItA41%. I' 'H., 'mit! .
A. 711. !~MCIIL! AN.
I-.cr Cirarit-ta lee k


Ill4 V1? ,- ,II F 4 1,-ni hiHI wi 4 I. 44y: i~

I wi 44 14414ct4ni v-*AfIII c-a.,ditlat.- for


Utter 1Tax tiIe-ct'.r,

t; ., i f- 142.. A v(P t.-rill 1:4 -ra'Ii1
A.I! 41.F WAl1T1.10 .

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Fe'es-r' m it is~Ti ea -ifarpr.
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ft- t t ,l it'4 ,f t'...1,-1''4' 1,1 -pr.Iamur> and
aL I th, pp. .rL tolfla 1 1 1l"

Fi-r (eOUPITV Treasumrer.
I bet -I.'- nnlirl i C. iv.-Ofnet !k .-R-.: h14144.-

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I ',or .1 it % it -e-it44 1 4l i 'e Peace.

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M.Nr;.2P.-cus Y.-ur fr--nll v It! i rI-,-h as
tx 1 -.1 :t I at-'.14
MIr. -.\ N xI c il :i r J.1aTi. fill-' oialt
Itl x cl 4 .111Y p.': i't- I 12:14.4- I.e. ii at l
11% V Iand1141%vi A .Itill 'P11 :i~lk i., to hobeoIat-
en fir r 11).-Ally $1440i'r.
We-ll, Now!
"O. f (-Ilrso. I 'm ini favear of ,uffna-e
for -womtfen. Ifenrk'ttm.'4 sn i,]Mr. NMeek-
toll. "P.11 I ldonlt thla i t! Imy Ought to
goa 14- thi lt olls t hellischecs.'
V,'ilflat do pill11 1048111"
-F.e4- v e.11!t to lie alide til sI-Ill twie-r

I::t!-4. i-1 je4 it w i ll ,i::ai x i,'. .a~x
a 1;!2,1:: : 041 '. p~d is .. i 't. x 4'
W4ar~. .!t-lv 14 f 11 ('11 1.-ax 'fill m'-tI I L


THE ROYAL BOX.
P: infla- .%!ir# (!,t (if P~n. 41- thi.-ro(-zF1t
W. 11N -: '24't k1. l:4s -. l444lt a !.t of a:.(I in
t!,- 112. lte 4'! k 1:.i* W.;I 49 44 4 4.. i ,I lt l

Prv f W~ales~' -. -ain i .. vtle- Duke (if
o'1i- (f Iitd.4: iil 11:144 4-. .1 thtn. la1.1'
Dow -ik'4f 'Wo.4 tinii-44te-r.
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A CLEAR HEAD; S.FRANCISC,.-
good digestion; sound sleep: a of healan has decided
I man. who ded here
fine appetite and a ripe od ag~e, and who wias uppo.se
are someCofthc results ofthe uc tons o; Sfonice pTagr
of Tutt's Liver Pills. A sir. l ,. bet" ,a'itihaed L
dose will convince V;,: of :_,. u o.
wonderful effect; an. v;rtue. I DAILY MARKEI

A Known Fact. co..o.
An absolute cure for sick --- Janury ...............
a1h ,; I euru.,iry...............
ache, dyspepsia, malaria, sour arcu................
A prdL............. ... .
stomach.,dizziness, cor stipation May....................
une. ..... ...........
bilious fever, piles, torpid liver July .................
August .................
and all kindred diseases. ptemi.r.............
October................
Tutt's Liver Pills .ovem -.r
,-pol cotton closed qui
dling uplauds ll-.ltoI;
15-14. ales "75 bales.
In the Author's Den.
"Joui." said the l...t's wife, "the GRAIN AND PR
coal's out." CHICAGoo, March 10.
"Well. this pot ui here has consider- WkAT-March .......
Io" .uiAT--May ..........
able tire i. it." uiAT--July..........
"A.li t!' A .'is :;nn l.:1 t.:i'"; u out the W li-AT--September ..
letr. LOnI L .11il-cUt. ......
"'All riht: ti., full me is ; our ; t u .- u ......3
Iid.'. I'*1 '..; t:t,i.i : ;i *".r ,i \,.'ll 4- i.; II. i1 iL ..\ t oil 'joll I UAib- M fArcf.... ....
cn .-t 1 ,-, :.l. OATS-,May............ 2;
UATS-Jittly ............
n t t.i :,i 1 i: U'. r .lit' t lihi-! '< t'.t O o Ma'O K r-. trcl ..
o:. :" t PORl.-May........... ..
(1., L. KD- rcly .. ........
, D :" ti w Maryc............&
~l :ir ;; ,P'! t L. t: i .\v ,- +! i 'i t A ,iL M 'i rch. . . ....
l. I : .n -Atlaua ly.........
L'ou :-tuit ::.
NAVAL STO
T (Ao .:nch to l1i,'cet. \VII.\1INTON, Marchi I
.. pentine unotlug (d4l inri; r
nut:,- 1T'f ,p.el p itilne q iet at (.. 25
iead aty it l.'o. receipts
StAVANNAH. Marcbh 1".
tine fir"m at 5.'3. rece
exports :L5. Rosin, 11n)
ceipts 1.546i. sales nonie; e
Elecerlc Er
In th' ltauritlr'V of an;
i t 1111. -.Mieh. t 40
o (f :gai irons have prove
iarly" a Ilptteil for Insan
10-. w here rioost of thev
the iatilnts. There i
.tellr settil g autytilig I
rIron. .rio d as they arei
= ,te.pir:att're they do
exercise of Judgment in


Plagu-.
ch 10.-The board
d that the China.
several days ago
d to have symp-
as. cid not aie o0
utrautice, wh:ctL
a Ct-hnalown for
uaItcd tuis water.

' REPORTS.
M.
?.b5 .... ;7.93

94.) .... 9.9
b 4 .... 8.4i
e 4'; .... .46
,t, : :: .... 8.;1

^7 .... 8.O
S .... 794
T7. .... 7.92
et higher, mid-
middling gulf 9

VISIONN.
or9N CLOU
.. 5"
.... 65'/
.... w ,
.... 10.6 ,

... 36 ,
)943 .... a'


90 ....
....5 .^ 5


O.-Spirits tutpen-
receipts "2. Rosin
U6. Crude tur-
Srec-eipt I.. .Tar
-Spirits turpen-
ipts, 5); sales .oU;
thin_ doing; re-
exports, 1,497.
on..
SInsane asylum
rie' Irons Inst'an1
ed to lie p-ciul-
ne asylNitm serv-
work is dlone by
4s no chance of
o(n fire with the
kept at an eve'i
not re(liire the
changing them.


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T 0I IIAL II TUCIY IgREiL 3OUiE,



S. A. FRIEDMAN, Prop.

AGENTS FOR


High-Grade Liquors.
SILVER BROOK, PRIVATE STOCK BEN HARDIN SOUR( MASH.
VERY FINE; IFRIEDMAN'S CELEHR1ATED OLD PN VATE
STO('K. 12 YEARS OL); OLD SIL -K VELVET. KEN-
TVCKY'S PERFECTION O' PURITY. .ANI)
!.;OTS OF OTHER !IRANDP WH'CH
,:'ACE WILL NOT' ERMIT
'I0) ME-NTION.

go Tho Large--t atm; lI s S elected St cl: of i,,titl.' W ,l.kv a;::.
Wine'A for Family It e.
THE JUG TRADE IS OUR MAIN SPECIALTY.
"Als, A-.tt fr t I 'ainus Pab-t Milw;:ik, e 1 r. Fre'f Deli%-
cry to every Part of t'. ('ity.


P. 0. l;4x 41i,


PEN S AC 01,A. IFLA.


-THEH-


ALLIGATOR


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-~ 411


SALOON,


-z: OPPOSITE UNION DEPOT. e43


W. C. NORMAN, Proprietor.

Telephone No. 46.


--+-THE CHOiCEST AND MOST PSPULAI BRANDS F-:-


WHIEKIIE, WIE, 1:, CO4ALL,

:0 BEERS, ETC.,- --

IN WOGD AND GLASS, L RGE OR SM-IL c ,,.ITIE.
I'F'NNI.AND ) YE WHIIKY.

YELL VWV.s'ONK 1;YK WHISKY,
L AI FOR ATLANTA BRW.( COMPANY
CEILIEBRA'TED) IEER-K< .,< A li..T'j.K.


H. H. WIC KE,


Monday, April 16, 1900.
Plumber. Gas and Steam Fitter,


1:axv-:r.I of Vi Ik. -0. iTickv! -t l cI ooats. Iadipi4 Free. Free M- 1 'P IW NOW 'EPP- W__ .1- W- 7
Ilouring th1e 'visit 4cf the (termlan til- Tran-praio nDmy
I44 -4 144 Euzal~and it *44, nrot keel that sli-ho, r~tof f ~uin.No. ISouth Palafox Street,
Li-' it(,t irtmp44 -,l iiin her 1-igli--h. Sb4' -AlUKind.3 o. Plumbing anld (ia3 Flt."'!-i Mat'triW4- i .t Mand
-;..-it With 44IVI41 ill~ielIT -'A With
1.44i~ kerI ;erfl14 a '-tt. The '-nirper1'4' IP dO"~-
,-n ti- 4. .11 -. 14.401, al.- U t e1t~ aI

Dr.WINGHOP&GO,, S. M T1196
Gal~-.(i. March "i-Dr. John W.
I. I A 'at 1rt1p4anIl'e-a'r, in 9 1037M Eu T HMI E


Hieat, y-a-cor of tnb First Methodis~t
church-. andi one of the mCrst prominent
iucin-sicrqrsin Gecrg;.a. Is quite ill at h~is
LI1!,! :12-I cit. 1Di. Heidi;it ws taken
1ui-- .1 -mia;morning. F"eb. L,5,
nn-i thi. L,-t-I confinedj to his room si aace
thaI iitt i!:.! l. ir 4.2 suffering frov- severe
nc-rr- -s tr.-ubhi--' and do-es no,, wend as
ra;:.(.hy as iis wxt!Ld.


E. PESTElSEXN,
o--l;
CRONIeS SALOON
o--lL:AI IN--'>

Impo0rte'li ad Domestic Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
JUG TRADE A SPECIALTY.
C- 'r Boplnor adur PD villiers Sa. PEN8ACOLA. FLA


f^lYAiAt.lA 1\ )ATi^t


.,EVERY DAY -,



HALL & KLEIN'S


Mammoth Retail Grocery,

502-504 SOUTH PALAFOX ST-,


Pr :.- N ,! l 1, :r,'- C ,rdi illy I ,vit, th,.ir In iit-,. '- k.



A. M. AVERY,
(80roMVesOrf Wy f i# r oW,)
IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF


1JUF1


Eui uu i----u __-Ia r lw are,
ALL ORDERS SERVED ON SHORT NOTICE Iron, Nails, Azes, Shovels, Saw Mill and Steamboat Sappi1ea, Cookin
AT ANY TIME AT REASONABLE PRICES. and Heating toves, Paint, Oils and Window Glass.

Sooms fr Rent by the Day ek o Month. A te and Tinware andTinware aouefurnilshilg Goods.
31f, 312 North Tirrasona Streit, opposite Uii Depot. Guns, Pistols and FPshlng Tackle.
3 O-Telephone 68.---0 AGENT for Birmingham Rolling Mills Co=pany, Revere Glant
--<-GEO. WILSON & CO.,-.:--- Stitched Belting, Northampton Emery Wheel Company, Lattln & Rard
Don't Forget to Stop With the Fat Man. Powder Company, Johnson's Kalsomine, Iron Alar and Buck', Htoves
Dot ForetT o Sop t Man and Rangee. Wm. Coups A Co.'s Raw Hide J.Laoe Leather, MaNury's Ready
_ FRESh VEGITAPLE3 IEtIliI DIilLT. MOLEIL[ AID RETAIL. -- Made Railroad olors.


I ain't hilt will


- -


Coffee: Coffee!!
We call the attention of
the general public to the
fact that we hare one of
the best equipped Roasters
in the South, and that we
can furnish this delicious
beverage at prices that
defy competition. We also
wish to reniind you that our
Coffees are always fresh
from the Roaster. VWhile
others are old and have lost
their aroma, ours is fresh
and delicious.
New Orleans Grocery Co.,
JAS. M'IH G61!,
Phone 105. Proprietor.



GRAND ASTER BAt!
To b- (;iv(.n By
'HOPE LODGE. No. 2571, K. of H,,
I 'Jd F'vllow. lHall I .Varrington.


Chinese and Japanese
*-=Fancy Goods,--z.
FINE CHINA TEAS.
No. 31 fonth Palt'arx S.tr.''.


Laundry OllCsico


EX A.WJ19U.*.1E A I Brciml Jwcz=tm.


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FLA


Latll I'mrs Bona-rll


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8 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, MARCH 12, 1900.


PROTECTED BY SOLDIERS.
Sheriff Net Peresatted to Serve War-
rtsas oa Powers sad Davis.
FRANKroRT, Ky., March 10.-Secre-
tary of State Caleb Powers and Captain
John W. Davis. two alleged suspects
for whom warrants were issued last
sight, have not been arrested.
At 10:L0 a. m. Sheriff Satter took the
warrants for toe arrest of Secretary of
State Powers and Captain Davis to the
statehouse and was admitted to see Ad-
jussnt General Collier. He informed
General Co'her that he desired to enter
the executive building for the purpose
of serving the warrants, and in the
same of the commonwealth he de.
handed that he be permitted to do so.
General Colier refused, saying that
acting under orders from Governor
Taylor. nobody would be admitted to
the executive building f r an indefinite
It is reported this morning that Gov-
eraor Taylor has issued orders for all
eate guards who recognize him as gov-
ernor to oome to the state capital at
onoe and stirring ties are apparently
not far ahead.
R elublltaLi Offillal to London.
Fi:A .\KjRT, Ky.. March 10.-There
is a epcrt ihat Grvernor Taylor and
other Republicaun tate officials will
leave today for London. The police
lined up on Bruadway in front of the
statehouse today, but they made no de-
cisive move after beini twice refused
entrance to the building for the pur-
ppee of arresting Secretary of State
Power and Mr. Davis. Sheriff Suter
at noon began swearing in a big force
of deputies to aid in arresting Powers
and )Davta who are supposed to be un-
der the protection of the militia in the
statehouse.
It i- very :ird to -' !i*1 idly v y : 'd
-..** .tir d anr .:,-- -ui ,.r w ,i.! :a .t(t-
;nrr tte arrival ..f ti ,.. t<'t 'i A n
Allany i N. iirytiia: c ll.-J ;,t ;ia
dlriL: -tit'+. tl..-r,- f,,r ;i 'lci"or t"> .>n,:s-
;tild til- ert:id ;i -u v,-ry -''k
with croup. N,,: fiid'n( th) (o .tor,
in. he le 't wi-ir f,,r ..:ini ti c-.!0. at
4,ti(e a bottle, of ('IriCmb-rlain's (',t.h
Remedy. which i tL. ipe-d w -ome reli-f untitil the, d,tor -uhiiuld
airrave. Iti a few tiiir- hti re-tin itid,
saying th- d Ictor uted inot romei. M-
the child was iunic hb-tter. Ttli
druatre-t. Mr. Otto Scholz. sa~is the
faminily tha. -ince reon'tilfntidl d
Chaiibe-rl in s Conui h Reitrly to
their ne-igtihori an id fri- nd-s niiil hhe
has iti constiat tdemantid for it fr.mT
thit owrt if the caoun-ry. F'.r -il.-
by H-tlan l Brus. 21 S '.uth 1'ilaf.ex
-tre-et.


llenson Conv.tied of Murder.
CHATTANo ,'(;l. Marcii 10. Jerome
Heason was tolay convicted of the mur-
der of T. N J:net, a prominent citizen
of Walker county. Ga the first of last
January. The jury in the case, whica
was tried at LaFayette, was out ten
days and reported a verdict of murder
in the first degree this murnaig, recom-
mending a ife sentence.
Mother and ('hild Uadly liltten.
LoniviI.I:. March 10. Mrs Lae
Freeman and her c-year o l son wViilie
are lying at their home. (26 East Breck.
inridge street. n a serious condition
from the attract of a vicious dog be.
ongoingg to Eggieton Minur. a next door
neighbor. '1 he dog is supposed to have
been mad. loth victims were terribly
mangled.
Time ay UIe bxteuded.
WASSoIOTON, March 10.-Whi:e the
state department has not finally ar-
ranged with the French government
for the extension of the time allowed
'nr the ratitication of the pending
rench reciprocity treaty, it is said at
ne state department that there is no
nabt that sooh an arrangement can be
affected.
That Trotbbing l-adac(lh
W1,.uldi ,nekly i.'-iav y,., if you
i. *d Dr. txin;Z*- N.,w Life 'ill-.
'1 hni-.tinl- of -utf* f r- h.avio proved
:tieir inatcil.-. mo-;t-it for Sick :a d
NNervwu. HIf ta(aeh.-. T' l-y ilak'
";,lri ro ,oi t' d.id t;, \,,tr li-;al' .. ;i-v to tunf.
h"."k if not ( al -.ijd tj \V. A.
I) .A l.i. l r ,.C, l)npr.:it.



^^ \ v l~lt, -. I .1 11.11 ~t .. .. ,
W-',.r, t :N y.

Furniture at all Prices.
W ar -wllin: dwriiiir rooin tathl,>
at bt r;rg I, ptl'o '-; .tl- -tovav l)..l
-prirn>-. In ;tttilln -. kitctheni -af.--'. A ltaid
kithetri nniti tit- witi hbre-lud harpl-.
h!I'- t lA *-'ir. ltI J di w T.r-. fr
" it'l n u t l ui'n-ll- ilA t,i l wArr-.
< '11 i t.1 1 X:t!1.1'1- ti t it' () a, M
P'ry.r', |;.ri.r i:i tr irot Howu- .

DURHAM Cigars are
the finest 6 cent smoke
Try them at D'Alem-
berte's.


To tWe ,adie5:

Anyone interested in
new and nobby gar-
ments for Boys' and
Children's wear, should
call on RAce's represen-
tative at Merchants
hotel.


#.I h(,ind,,'s .,i"a l i rniti,*a .
. ,fars',,n '" Fi"',-,i ",:'," ,i
ifU II 'e .'C foc.' f/o r 'ou t, .''-
r rt/ rom tnd it t Cati'/J /a flm ents.
Try THE Nl;\ \Wai.: CL 'uit..


MARITIMi.


AR iRI s K.
Snart Pr A Ulat, 1%%W, I (. U.-nfu~--Ir. to
4suit Tranzit (Co
Nor A Ra::-u~t. N inrten-. h-fr





AT -.[FAP-AST:%l.
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a,.or tk B--~a l-c'
.N,'r tuk fi-rf.-'-t. ..Laa. Ph 4.jri.: buco,

THlE SHIIPIN'lti.
VIKi$ICL$ IN PORT
Hr 1*r~tan:..a. :. roi~, ii)* tW 1, Wit-
Ku.-d liiarwn-et' 7'.Lut.-r 1r44. to --rdr


1 it a"
Noar T-t. :--a:-n, 1.) BaiirL.


'Iltt cA A

114H 11

fir .4u.. I'..:; a't% f. ) I.t
vt od v .a


Sit I- a~,a 74u ~ 1- i 1 ordt-r
.Nor1- 1, rd-- 44 -i i W ~ i .-r
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It Lulgia F, 0.i.4I.U aft-.ai.to W .. -r.
('a)
Nor MattliftlijiL, v7. K I-L,toi order
Nor Mt-rz4p4.r4-.;4.j,. uson, .t,) Hears,
Nor %orwua,3. tu. i.nril..eaa. to %V M Ke~y-
iter At Co
Nor (vea. 51.i'. Thomoc-o.n. to order
hus Psu:. 7,pl. I ood~trort. to order
Nor Robert heraftat 'ii Jensen. to
S M 1. Co
It 81eoanvorm. i'. mtHozzo. to itoaasco Mron4
Hu-3 T ho-i P.-rr% I s7.i34at t aeu, tou eajras.
Iuunwtd!r & Co
11 Trntno. ,%1. ,ardemllI. to Haars.. Dunt-
wtkdy & Co
Ant Ved.an tii.7-4. E-%r.r to E 1'. aunl-

Br At h.-:ix, ei. K mgt. t,) ritorde
Am aOIjoaanaClir.'tii~a. I- A ia-14-wp, to
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fir Knirt htr-..-I).K 441'. c-Hfor NHa--au
AmatHattie' 11 hatl JoU-. :'. rko-:ai, ,1to
uiaiH.alziz:a: A'tx t,), ain:L-.-r
,,'. CLEAKE 0 ANJ1) MA iLKD FOR F1EN-
,. ACOLA.
STRAMSHIP'i


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(aI% _'otnear Por? H,.-I. ai
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I-'uaoico4asd -. It. I '.'AtA i-tatrdini'.tjon 10i
gia *i.Nr ...~i iero--ttai. Ian -
ste-lla H. It. -1. at L% PIt';is. Nov.'
Viniuti. Nor. .Ii i L'tttMetaif it
Vir- ngtaai.It, -,1,I Matd.-iiaa. # 1.I-_,
st' BOONE ES-
Poilox. Ru. Ild Kcattera-tRcadIs I .c


RECIPROCITY WILL FAIL.
Senator ?Spooner Says Irc,,h Treaty
Will Not "- Ratilfl-d.
NFW YouK', March 10.-A special to
The Times from Washington says:
Senator Spooner speaks positively
about the prospects of the French re-
ciprocity treaty.
"It will not be rariflei at this session.
Whether it has two-thirds or one-third
ef the senate for it. I cannot say. I
don't care. I know that it will not be
ratified during the present session of
From the character of other remarks
made by Republican senators the infer.
ence is drawn that some Republicans
consider that it would be impolitic and
therefore inexpedient at this time to
menace protecte'i interests by adopting
a treaty that wnil accomplish by execu-
tive action a result that could not be
boughtht about by direct legislative ac-
tion.
NAVAL STORES MARtKlr.
tepeorted Daily for The News by
Messrs. A. M. Mame-p & Co.


K.iea: N.
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Three Large Stores
F-~ill auTU!NF1 I. ',. I~ e
t.4aI ;a ii ll et-i:''t 'r-u tie-.tl *v-
HIJti-A P, e i Ak 1.re-iei SvMait-'tat
eli a 4 ~ I -- 1 iI i :l a.]( i-bb r $I:4-:0

.M.PRYOR'S


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


A Special Sacrifice!

:,,1 Pairs Ladi-." Vici Kid Spring
Heel Button and Lace Shoes
for unly


$1.25.
REGULAR PRICE .$22i).


Gentlemen,


Don't Miss It!


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


Men's Genuine Calf Tan Lace Hand
Sewed Welt for only


$2.50.

REGUI'LAR PRICE $3.51.


Don't Lo-e Tinmeand( go About
Pricing. We Still Lead as :the I,ow-
e-t Price S!toe IIou-e ini the City.

Yours for SLoeo-s aid


TRUNKS,'

/. GUGENHEIM.


FOR BEAUTIFUL RUGS
and iDrapl-ri- of all kind-,
t;- well -as A-vfrrything iIn tl -
l-urniture Line call at

iThp Escamibia Furniture Collanny's.


ItWaamS SfI014L PVOTICES.


COHiN,


FRIDMAH & i


I. GUG[HEIM'8








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* *


SPRING GOODS.

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


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


lf '/ !a .m i // .F*J for' Y ') ->.-/\i l 7//'*A .J 5/*"r-
. l' ,l4 l l i, / 1 / ./ *, .


l: A big line of Ladies' and Children's
Slippers just received.
4'*4 i

SIn Men's, Ladies' and Misses' Footwear
we are the Leaders.
..;Q
Millinery,

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The finest and most complete line of |4
1 Carpets, Mattings, Curtains, Window <
I; Shades, Etc. i


.. IYou arc Cordially Invited to Visit [or Mammoth Establishitcat -


t We are Invincibles in Low Prices
SJ4This makes our Success.

Mail Order' Proimttiv Attended to.
S Trad DIiscouni t r f 5 ,i on all C.a-t'l: l 'r ,.i .-e .


COHEN, FRIEDMAN & CO. |
,. o,,_: +: ..:. .-+:; : + +> o.*,..:,.%


SW. B. WRIGHT COM PANY,
-M .AX I < I 1 1:- A \ %I. \ E. -. IN

LUMBER, LATHS,

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TRY TB: W' WAI 0LWI T FLU


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Goods will be sold at Sacrifice Prices.

Here are some of the Bargains.


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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 12, 1900
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1889.
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DAILY


NEWS.


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 12, 1900.


NO. 32.


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


iE AND CHILDRlEN MIACItNG O


BilTiED TllDEATH


'T0 BLOIE.FO0NTEIN


T ~a---: - -1 Nr;.5 ? L J I~oterts' Forces are Un-


Tc: e nt.


,ppo-sed as They Proceed.


%f, 1'at Tb", mVWay Ihtrf;.' eaa lf 4*f teal71 ba- Ii A Wi~ll ieacha 'For


I,.I 'a 64t roakaoa i'.Pena i~l at It
ti a t antSI."(-.1-a 41p M i.1 ra 11'a"11l
:st a, alali -t-o1'a W indti -
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t! IJ .:. 11-a

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Y Ia f


II I:.. a wldl a-ha.a,

a'11d W111ia'Ii juhiiped f1*aiuia t!".
-rv mid fr-1xi the race!(w-
Nitornu.cs-l ike V(:itr~a(tt-r 44
'ii.- tlifira'uiacn wora- uiabla.
athemtr with ladde-r-a.
11 bodie iuhave been taken (ma
a-A#-nutv-fvtv- ottaeri are missilig.
Aathlth dead are children. Of
--mir f iftp#,u are children andc
aie-i.Non" of the men lost
a a~ They foiught their way
t ie+- crtwd (of panic-strat keu
a afd children and e~ccaped.
a~a aaedinceiAai~rt h- I beet4C'

IA(.LISII WARIO A)AN
'IatII aILtife Insurance ("Ampanu'
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11 4 p*c lif tlw aiaayd a i h' V aW

11lo 1% haatmare-Pk4 in ink
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1 Sita:. (Caplit:l Wedlnesdtay-Poe.iabil
I' Thiat the IIter-, may Make a Iterei
-. niiin-,d Stand at Outtkirts a T I...\,., N. .Mrclh 12.-Th- w:r ,1f
a; -d vy i-c' iv-d a i di-pt':i ftroi
Lord Rbl-rt-. d.ited at -' a. in:.
A-k'.,, i KlyJe. -aylini tliat 1!
. fa'i, '- *,, I- rhIOipp,-1 ed dUliln;u t!;e-i
-:.:r'!. y"t' rniay.
n,*:i. < tt-rrr i e-;', rt;s th.:t I.,* wa
*A :"..in a in ile' of lB-thui li- r:' i !r,)ao
i, l_-. --terday. T'ie bridge wa
':nltially destroyed aild their HRer
\. a, i1 li. the opi4posite- batik.
1 At t..e- pre-,-nt rate (of pro ,res
a I. ,:t I, be-rt' forces should be a
lI,.'n.flonte-in by Wednesday.
S It i1- possible that the Hoers mai
- nitik. a determined stand at the out
f skirt- tof the town, or it may he tha
Sfoir strategic reasons they" wil
uiwrely harra-s the British advance
t then fall back ind permit them t(
_ enter the capital.
f Canadian and Australian volun
d teerA who were here recently wer,
t unanimously in favor of eradicating
y the two republics and to have all fu
u t ire cases of rebellion tried before t
judge and two military officers, bu
n the C(ape Dutch who were capture<
at Sunnyside and have already heei
arraigned in the civil courts will bh
tried by jury at Cape Town at thi
April a-i/e-. The government wil
! aak parliament to organize a special
court f4r such cases.
A (C'tp- Town dispatch -ays tha
puhlicaition of President Krurer'
Sappe-il' to the burir-heis was received
f joyfully by the British, as it prove
,t I their -ati-faiction that the Boer
. have be-ien disorganized by rect i
1Te Cai) e Tinies discourageos thf
- a;ctiv'e axit.atioln in -upport of the an
!:!!ill:tioii *)f the tw4o repulalies amn
:i'dvises ti people to ihav'- coifideiaic
'i; (G rat Brit.iin, t t:at v ; n
III-It will ml1 ke th', -ett'ill. it en
.' r iy at i lact, "' .
C(''e- i hl l.-- it:i. ldi eaiiding M r
I'ak a'r. a tit-d arc!,itect, to .h 'ypt
,'iian' aiild Atli-.ni- toL su;dy the Maui
* um-V tl. h-r. WVie'i he- returns I
will erect a MaiLus-il ,m a t Kimberli
:in iiieni-'ry ot thl -.e kill do in thal

s ulnIg r Peace'
A -n ta i>- i a i of the f.r, !'i n olli '- i t.
t-a f iied a coria r piaa nii lt it hiat I're-l
L,,r.i Sa.li.sbury i ,ti.ai th. co l-tn
,,f : u lF:ilr .a.ii,.li i'a w to si att t.rnli-
i;a ia wi:icli ipea'-.' cAtil bt) arranged
lt i, -t W 41-r t a ts t .itcatco niipatied I>
,lTiV dt-ci-irtitlio ?t- tao what t',ril
ti."y We lll iiaccept.
I i-. saitl thiit lt:lyv i- t1he country
c:t-ke'd to tW-ai-t illii .tkinia p'-ace over-
A Pat i-; speeiAl av%- Dr. Le-yds de-
nit- tit. -t,,riy that K iuger ;itid Ste'y;i
I:ve cabled a paI.ce protocol to
S.il-harv.
Til;E KNII 'CkY VWAR.
'e-retary #'f Sitate- l*P.%teu- and Capt.,
l0aviN Taken to LoniNville.
L.i:Nx i,,roN, Ky., March 12.-See-
i etary of aState Powers a nd Captain
1) ivis under arrest charged with
co4maplicity ill the murder of tiov-
rnoir (i 4bl,. were secretly taken
fro'n j:iul lbetweeni midnigilt and day-
Itreak teo day and in charge oft heriff
Sutter of Frankfoirt were driven
eoverlana to Versailles,. where It is
reported they were placed on the
train and taken to Loui-tville. The
atftlcer- will say nothing and the'
tuards at the jail profess ignrance
ita to the movements of Sheriff Sut-
toer and hi- prisol-ner-. The removal
of the prisoners Ihas caused much
X'* te ilt int.
Cotiln quotationli .
NEw V <> aK. M:airch 12.-('ottin
i- q!ited t, ta . ..a 1 A pr el. i {:; J ; ni ', l.-'ui: July. I 21:
Au; ii;-t. *.- 2 ,ptita ibi r, 24; Octao-

( a. !;;a, tk1 1l. i H I iv .oe il ( ..i ,
a aaiar' teii o`ii.li.iu. filhiaprt 1I
t,!i .-'\'ar:l ; i ni'-ia.t l.i r in cit f r,-'iiwa i
i :'lt f il to .et tick-t-. l' ice 7,',
,.: t-. I-t :i ,it of Hi 1' P Elk<- chair-
;:v ti;:. i l I,:tta'. H ai l. M ond aly
a-* iii.Z. Iat a'. -t inl-tf '
I- ,aiI .Ire,* and llt lllkl,'-
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v aa it us I fairw r. :iii l a1


iV i -aa-t" alia i"ny .l*:-: r hi;-.
-!*',', J,'" - ,' aLr li i ('h inih n fb rlain"
l. i 'dy i e: i:0 \t \ '
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S ev e.a-r a'y f my f i ,:ily ar my-
-.-!f bt-:ii ta rtcoia ,ii w tt h ,in tea
u-,- t CA' Co(' t1 ] !e aty. ;,,l .,- r.-
-uL t w.- Itv. tr .Liv, t '--iild t\a .iy fera
a 1 (i i tor ;unit ih r!; ; 1 a :.- d-.*tor
tb'l. f ar t'f1 :ti.i a rltiif.I,, ( '*iu i em --
,-dy i:-Vt-er fail- to cut ip. It is c-r-
::a.il\"- m;lll- dici:iAe ,f grea-it nerit and
w.o:rtl.-D. S. .IEAl:kLt:. G general
i ,-rcit:ant aind Farme-r. M.1tile. Bed-
fiOrd co:;!ity. Pta. For sal,. by tLan-
ual Bros., :.' So-tlu Palate:x street.


FIGHTIKa RESUMED

IN SOUTH AFRICA

Twelve T.' iusand British Aro
Closing on the Boers.


PREPARATIONS FOR SIEGE LEGISLATURE IS SUPREME


e
Kruger Has in ourtued to retorla
Juiubert Sauld to Be There Also-Tll
Ilumors of 31.afking's Relirf Not
iCo.flrniaed.
i Lo~L n'), March 10.-A dispatch front
t Pretoria dated yesterday says:
The president has returned from
r Bloeifontein. General Joubert is ex
pected here shortly. Fighting corn
Iinenced in the direction of Helpmakaai
this morning.
S The only important change in thb
general ituation in South Africa, indi
cated by the news received up to soon
today, is that General Bauller is again on
Sne move. The news comes in a dis
t patca from the Boer camp at Biggars-
berg. dated Thursday. March 8, laying
v "i'welve thousand British are threat
- ending the Boer positions from thedireo
t tion of Heipmaksaar. while a party ol
1 British scouts was encountered ai
, Waschbank March 8 "
o This force was probably General Hun.
ter's division, and is is considered quite
- possible that a attempt may bea mde
t to traverse the neck ot Zaluland Unto
tg he Transvaal, theas effecting the 4oable
. purpose of outflaakang the Boers al
a Biggarsberg and threatenlag Vryhead
T and Utrecht.
d The Boers are reported to be at Bigger*
n berg in considerable numbers, bus ist i
e said, they ane already sending theli
e stores to the rear. General Joubaer ap
I pears to have left active service Is take
l charge of the war office a Pretoria.
Lorenao Marquez stories attriib his
e action pattly to the alleged fact that he
S has lost both control and confidence of the
l burghers and partly to his wish to push
the preparations for the siege which are
* supposed to be being made at the capi
. t a l .
Lord Roberta has not reported up to
this hour today, but the military an.
thorities are of the opinion that Gen-
" eral French must be nearing Bloemton-
i teini
' la some quarters General French is
- credited wiai the design to corral both
" presidents, whose exact whereabouts.
now ever, are diteicult to ascertain -st
* :nl distance
Tne war .tiice is unable to confirm
- tihe ruini.rs ot the relief of Mafeking.
Slu tioe -rvice c!lh's trerd 'f bf'i1' is
Sitaat thli.t will be per:eoted in a few
e d&ys. Possibly this belief is the out-
comO of cbo recent revelations indi.
cating tuat if toe relief column is to ao.
c rnp.lnii anything it must arrive with-
" outdoiay.
t Po Many People are Expos,1 to r. iin.
i ',,Il, anti storming, that it i- niio co-ary
That thty should have soii#-tlhiii to,
* rauiitt ract the ef.tfects. A mixture,
of a teaspoonful oif PAIN-KII.i,~i! i:i
Sweater sw4.-tlied, will stiiii i frtl,
y-'tl-in arnd ward air any n po.-iloiliry
f f cold. It liai heen usi-d for rixty
ve.iar. ail over the world. andi nii-
lions te-tify to it-; -terling worth.
There is biut one Pain-Killer, Perry
i Davi-'. Price -w. aitnd 60-c.
Cotton instead of Tobacco.
RAI.E.III, March 10.-John Cunning-
barn, the largest tobacco grower in
* North Carolina, and chairman of the
state board of agriculture, says he
learns from reports that the eastern
North Carolina growers will not plant
as much tobacco this year as formerly,
as they intend to largely increase their
cotton acreage. They are greatly dis-
satisfied wish the prices of the last to-
bacco cropl Great quantities of bright
tobacco are grown in eastern North Car-
olina, and the action there is important.
Allianseo Renounces* iolietlc.
RALEIUH, March 10.-Tsn years ago
the Farmers' Alliance was organized in
all North Carolina counties, save three.
It had over I.SO0 sub-alliances and 105,-
000 members. The order went into pol-
itics and created the Popuisit party.
Then it nearly collapsed. The state
secretary said today that It is growing.,
and that it has organizations in about
50 counties, with about 8i0 sub-alli-
ances. Ailiancemen declare that they
have dropped politics forever.
Irs. C(aln Hurnied.
RINxoaoI.x. Ga., March 10 -Mrs. Mat-
tie Cain. wife of Ruel Cain. who is a
brother of Sheriff Cain, of this county.
was horribly burned by fire yesterday
morningn g at P.easant Grove, her home.
in this county. The attending physi-
mcan thia o sbe has but slight chances
to recover. Hler clothing caught from
the fireplace.


Pure Blood
S"h, h e-t (ldef-n-- again~; dipease--
ti. t Hi-t, t,-r' Sta':; ct'h Bitter-
i;;tk ~- heit;iy h.blal. If you want


2t W I zi kepwell. take it
rtazii :irlY. it %wail k-l'pthe owel!;
:44111%,p i'd ciiar .aI l -tich *:'Iiiach
-a: i-hl~v,-r. wt :tk Rkd:i'-''-. uiAla-
ri i. fevpr and mz'i". S- that a
Plriiate Ileinune Slanumpc-t--the
iack eof the- b )ttle.


A !msaictgtirdl
Araiii-t
sickupe"'


Hostetter's
Stomach
Bitters


. Governorship Controversy Still Un.
a settled-Republlcans Will Carry tha
t Case to State Court of Appeals-Rea
view of Case.
1I LOUISVILLE, March 10.-A decision
sustaining the contention of the Demo
a crats that the legislature is the tribunal
- designated by the constitution for the
* determination of contests for the office
r of governor and lieutenant governor
was handed down in the circuit court
a today by Judge Fields. Tho Repub
* loans will appeal the case to the state
a court of appeals, and if the decision
a there is against them they will try to
- get a hearing before the United States
supreme court.
: 'dge Fields reviews the history of
the case and the pleadings of both sides,
* tnt devotes most of his opinion to
f quoting courts of last resort involving
t the competency of the legislature to de-
cide similar disputes. He quotes the
" report of te consess boards, finding in
favor of the Democratic contestants for
governor and lieutenant governor, and
Says that while the legislature was die.
perused by militia before these reports
t were acted upon and was barred from
i its usual sitting place, the records of the
legislature show that she reports de-
* glaring Beckham governor were adopted
by a quorum of each house of the legis-
Si lature. This showing of the records he
holds to be sufficient. The line of au-
p thority to the effect that the courts can-
. not inquire into the motives whioh in-
s duced the action of the legislature he
i declares is unbroken and must be taken
as ihe law.
To the argument that there was no
i quoium when the general assembly ap-
proved the reports of the content boards
and that it had been adjourned, the
i foregoing authorities say the statement
of the legislative records that there was
then a quorum is sufficient.
Judge Fields concludes as follows:
"The report of the contest board does
i not indicate upon which or how many
of the contestant's grounds of contest it
acted, whether upon the alleged tissue
c ballots or military interference or other
of the numerous grounds specified and
I am not permitted upon this hearing
to look into the evidence; but if each
pirty has sustained by proof the charges
of fraud made against the other in tbe
pleadings and this were a proper place
for the application of that principle. I
would hold them to be in pari deiicito
as violators of the law and refuse to aid
either of them.
.tilieultieas give way to dili-
uiace.n and disease germs and b!ood
humor- disappear when lHood's Sar-
,iiparilla is fLithfully taken.
PROMINENT MEN ARRESTED.
.*,ill K-uvown Kr.,ituckltns (Charged
Sailh Iul- .Murdrr of Goebel.
F!n:A. C')ultou of Jackson county, a clerk in
the a~tlce of State Auditor Sweeoney.
was arrested and placed in jail tonight
charged with complicity in the murder
of the late Governor Goebel. Toe ar-
rest was made by Chief of Police Wil.
hain.s a: 9 o'clock. Warrants charging
tne same offense have also been issued
:or the arrest of Secretary of State Ca-
lob Powers and Captain John W. Davis,
policeman of the state capitol square,
but they have not been served.
Warrants against ex-Secretary of
S'at oCharles Finley and John T. Pow-
ers, brother of Secretary of State Pow-
ers, charging them with being accesso-
ries to the Goebel assassination, have
been sworn out and sent to Whitley
county for service. Davis s in the city
tonight, but was not at his residence.
and up to a late hour the police had not
found him. It is not known if Secre-
tary Powers is in the city.
The warrants on which Coulton was
arrested, and for the arrest ot the two
Powers. Finley and Davis, were based
on an affidavit made by Thomas B.
Cromwell of Lexington, Ky., before
County Judge Moore. Cromwell has
been assisting the detective in hunt.
ing down the case and it is said that
acting under directions from Colonel T.
C. Campbell and Commonwealth's At-
torney Franklin be spent several days ,
in Hardin, Bell, Whitley and Knox
counties, where it is alleged the evi.
dence against the parties arrested was
secured.
ltoltl;I, THI-; ( A -tartling incident of which Mr.
John Oliver of Philadelphia. was the
Subje-ct. is narraled by hin a e fol-
lows: "I wa- ini moa-t dr.-adfull
coiilition. 1y '.kin was almn-t ytvl-
lIw. Cy's sunkt':i. tongue coat ',d.
pain continually in back and sid .
n.i itjpeqit-e grtidually grelwi;:g
w-eaker day by day. Tlir-- plhy-a-
*ia ii hIad given i' up. Fortrutn at---
lv. : friend advi-ed trying Flectric
-i!'tprs,' and to my great joy and
nurp;ri-e. the first bottle made ; d--
,ided improvement. I continued
th, ir i-pe for tl;ree' wee k a;id al I:


Inow ;a well man. I know thlf-iv -- tv d
my life, and robbed the grav-. ,I ain-
iothair victim." No one should f ill
:aa try them. Only ; tl at AV. A. D'Aleinberte's Drug;
*Store.
Elegant bed room sets, or
cheap ones, whichever you
want, at Marston Finch's.


(: LElEHMIEI .


a Departments Clogged With Use-
less Employees.

PROBLEM FOR CONGRESS TO SOLVE
t
. Iow to Ctlear thie I vil ersfice of Sta-
a perunnunted and Ineffliient Men.
S ennatir tiallon't Loan mers i ee.
Joke o4n Del|ew..
S \V.III,, i,)N. .Mar1-h 12. -(rSpe-ial. I -
a "Tlhr'ae i- a -r'it proll.'i:i which n.il-
gr' \\ iil .so rli' tilli' the 'all"'l 1 luponti to
1 sol-, ain tli. Iohnger it is lput off the
Simore ditticult it will ble vliait slhill lie
l doue with ilie old and superatinuatel
I emploJ'yees of thel daelpartiiments in VWash-
ingtonli These have lee-n on lthe in-
a crease, and there arte niow 1o manyiy
i carrieil on the rolls that the business is
I logged and the departani-ut chie-fs are
wondering what they can do with
thetmi. home of the senators who ilin av
ieM'ni investigating the matter ,estiiiate
that their are froinm ,-m to s 4i 'pniploy-
tes in ieacih of tl eight d'-partmlints
hbre who are n'ot n -apable of earning
anythiiing as government' it clerks andl
who really pierforiii nol dili toi spak
of far ltah- g tov'Ilrinit. .aNo lwia':il of a
di'l rltii t ill dtI ir' s toat ie !." i;:i'-, these
olil clerks :nil wwioriout :mpldela1, It
is olie tif tlw' lii t hli'artr din- lIlig sig:lht
iiiiag;ii l1leh' to .f anlly 1i iiiite-.r a- f aei-
lav. -. ,ge' t tli "'little y -olli,'. ilt' i
op '." v'. 'hi i-' i hi' a-lie i ;il na"f olis;iia ssa:il
SAny lt,'nipit t to disi, irg t l o li ,in-
ploay'C's Lriug- ;:!ioit, a series uf plro-
t 'e ;ii:l oftil tillinf.; th,- i .)s usele'ss
ha.ve tho h' .ieist iltiti ia'nre.
P'racticnlly a 1'enqion LIt.
T"'rla r' is thie 'gr -'. t ll sort of :nI t oil'
cry :u the- ini r su.;u'igtstiou thlit tlhri -
shoulld b, a civil i,,n iaioa list, nml yett
sin,, all the tld clerks who are of' no i
iiaaaore isti ir,, still imaiintiainiied oti lli
I'roll.s Iil re,-,ul (lilffers little fromn ;i atpell
si.,il lia t. N,.arly ry cr '- iianta l t t i-r i
aiw ara- lail '\ lll a !ca ;llab lila- d ,aatl i*'ilt
force, tl.,'r a'-,uilal lb e r<',r i ra',l < tioi t ii
ill tli n' lliumiter oil" pliipl 1a t ei' (I-
pal tuinlits \\h ai ar ie virtually living% oli
I n l-.' Sin. Th'2 1iv.1 se rvia.. law ih
li:.ini-il Ily tlioo e V\\ l ni)'lvi .at i. t re-
hleal as lwaiiu,; risp' siiIi faor klo-pingi,
in eaI llc.- th. 1 i n lli.ie.nlt inlhao ers,4 tih t
it i :Iil '1 1 lir c-tlytraeld taI the' la,.:lal1
of th,' '.I-p.1 irti' uiilts havhin, tit' pow-.Ir
, tc lis.haritg,. thi-a' iclirk< w'ho ar'e nota
efti,' l lt. \w hio: Io lli t hut \' t!: a htl i- i't tto
set itdrifl thiao is ln ..!i a l l \ Vwiiati \t iha
I.,a ,i,';i vaworkining ill Iti e la'iartaw:it"
,for y',irs rI : 'Il who li iav iot i!n nil ti l at
tilio .'a -cld -vt-u a dollar 111 ttirl r oll
:1age- In sonml' d,'lepal"t l 'ltsI the-' 4 clh
'rka-s ia\u i .l' 'lir n r.-lliu .i--l to the' ia', est
i:i!'s' niull ie rtaiini'l i on tl..i pl:oy roll
I'.y tlhi< ml ,,ii l Is they ili,1t laa I ita i th'Ne
\\, I ,Ij y any of th% -miin. (ir,>i.)' .0!i
forll thair- P-l si'Si ,ll. aitlh i-r hay 1 r, ati'-
a civil li-t aor lay t:axiilZ thou-,. who aur,
i';1, .' :'. : 'a ar!'4-s to p!iy t.,a.. w'ha l ia ,
II) llug r tius ful.
'Want Iltm to Break a Record.
"Tl'-:e pe*opl of Iowa a-Ni't teo .0s.-
Sentlator Allisomtn hrnk ththw i'rii',l ii:
point of Ilong service ila thia senate." re,
li.n rk. -I lt.;ri-sr'n alit;ai\ lhll!v, "-' it
i nliw il a fair 'ai ty to ali it. II, will
ha'a .o' :w -ar's ,:i l hii' 'rtlit at thie- inl
of his pires' -nt tli'i ariiIl il siiure to e
r'- a'l it.-.l. Ia- l ,.n"s jnl-t passi ,l hii' -av
tilVy -iril- hiirtIhaiiI. ii.a l is iio\ n..i.a '
vi'a ran- aniil :-;irty lt .:i I, a ia ny l ni- I.
"at .,* !nm l ,;'i ""
a\'." a l i. ', r Ia a .:i aoi .,'." sa :h
i,.a .- 1 i i "li I .. :., 1.
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Srla 1 i t t t t a


t-k ta : a 1 fi *t ,a'atL)- wa'. a: r z hi- fa


s.p, ci andl a (day or two later re:dinzl
it wul,1 l.bt -.ivre ti:hat it was the kame.
I a ilh. ininint thiwi, lit. thn continuity
anil nliuh i ,,f th,. ,\pr-ssion would b
tl" saisint. But iii :i pieroun should rear
Slh iiiIIitruni riipt ilne hl ti speech wal
i ,in" d414liv,'riIl le wvuild tinad a gnrat
i da:tl 1t' diffle. it, aind that the sen.itt'."
I does not ooniine" hhins,.elf 'closely toi thi
text. 11e iii:ake s nt) tlL;'ii fo featit of
iLii' ,i'ira y poss.s'ssfld l)y s1 I :iiand oftell
diverg.-, when talking, the letter t,
illlistr.ite :1 point. They are having ai
go,,I\ laugh l at Snator I)ep'w ast re'-
ild irt oli is mithodl of prep.arinig andI
llivrini sp~litb-hes Wie-u li' he mad.'
lisi ni tf-dl fprr h 1nl tl l Plhilippiues.
liti had. i't il;iual. pr'l>iared it. In t 'i.
senate. und-lr the iinspirationi of tbho
o0'4:1 sion. hI' deli\ 'rud ii I litil i better
ppecah than hli, ihad preparidll. and Ithe
deidedll to publillsh in Tlhei lord th-*
better one andt so iinforined the st>eno,
rnphlir. "Wliy. senator." replied the
mnan, "we knew yo.vu hadl the speech
printell in slpsip. and so we did not take,
It down In shorlhand." And the spee i
as prepared. not as delivered. goes lato
the official records archives of congress.
Aar ta W. Dasxn.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DA'Y
rake l..xative Bromo Qulnlne Tablets. All
ruggi.ts refund the money if it f1lls to
eure. I:. W. Grove's signature as i a teal
b X. 25c.
THE ST. LOUIS CAR STRIKE.
Company Refuses D, mniaAds and Men
irglm to Turn le Cars.
Si .Lou is, March 10.-The SL Louis
Transit company, it has announced
refused the demands of its employes
for higher wages, shorter hours and a
reconutia)n of their union.
Oa receipt of the information that the
company had refused their demands in
full, men employed on different lines, s
is rep ried, began to turn their car in.,
inaugurating me strike without waiting
for orders from their headquarters.
Prli.llnl Ln lo Lililo'a Ho4y Mo1<*iv
SPP.piuriELr, Ill1, Mar-h 10.-ThAT *
mains of Abraham L,.- were to7ay
transferred from the crypt of theb Fa-
tional Lincoln monument to a *len.,-
rary vault, just north of the mosummas
and on the brow of a hill overleoalki
Oat Ridge cemetery. The removal of
the body was made necessary for tli
demolition of the monument prepara-
tory to its entire reconstruction on a
different plan, for which $1003000 we
appropriated by the last legislature.
Biliotn.en-s and constipation are
iej :'+ out of which pingtilnaiy of the
serioii dieae s that afflict the hu-
man body. Sound judgment would
demand the immediate r(nemoval of
this condition before it develop0i,
4omethilgi more troublesome and
difficult to cure. PRHI KLY AsH BITr-
rvKS i-* a reliable cure for con-tipa-
tion and disorder- of lmiil:ar charac-
t.er. It not only thoroughly empties
.(nd purifle- tlh bowela, hut stre ith-
etis the bowel channiiet anld rtegulates
the liver and Stoinach, hence it per-
formi, ;a radical ciure. Sold by Han-
nai liBr I,.
IMPORTANT NOTICE.
I'o th,- ('intratvtoru arid 'niue- rni 'ul i'ne of
Petiaiaacola:
Noric,- is hereby given that on and
afte-r the first day of April. .190, no
I union mechanic or laborer will work
,ii aily building with any non-union
1ii#l whe-re there is all organizatioO
of .aid craft under the juri-dictlon
of the Central Trades Council.
lllSf J. R. Jotr K1A..
Attention. Candidates.
Ev-rvy candidate for county offlec
Sreu :ie ,,tliee of Judge T. R. MrCullalrh
at 7:';.i o'clock. Tue>dary March :13.
*0 cnimplete the plan for the pri-
!'iri . F" li. Hal AV.,
td Chirn'n. ('om.

Jfandsoine pictures, bric-
ai-brac, etc., in endless ar-
ray/ at rock bottom prices at
Marston 4 Finch's.

Who is Rader ?
He's is the Furniture
Man.

Yc ur Credit is Good
Fo'r :taiiything.i i our ,.ii-e We 1 a;v
i larve- a-a'ortmiie t tOf I'<,ilctaed. led
Lon.',i'e-. Toile-t ~e-ts t-nd iHelroin
!u ite. Iron BIed-t-;>de at ;i uip.
O. NI. PRYoR'S


Bar. ai:i Furniture H>IIoude.

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

Bs.athe. Tilhe K 1 eli .l.N ,
as.ty...
o f ^^EZ


DEMOCRATS SCORE

IN KENTUCKY COURT

Judge Fields Decides That He
Has No Jurisdiction.


TH.E


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2 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, MARCH 12, 1900.
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EMPKX)YMENT OFFICE.
RAng up 3S2 or call st the office.
11 North Palafox street. when in
need of a carpenter. B. D. Hoffmar.
Business Arent of the Carpenter's
and Joiners' Union, will furnish you
S with the desired help on short no-
tfe. n.otf


GAS


RANGES


All Connected
?, Ready for Use
for...







$13.00N !



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


Call and Examine
tlem or drop us a card
&.d we will call on you.


hbp Sit S Ia Trial.


PERIICO[ 618 CO.,


No. 3 S. Palafox Street.


James Hughes'


Boiler Uforks


Steamboat and Sawmill
Work a Specialty.

Steam Hoiler-. Tankik-, ad Sh let Irsn:
Work Manuifactuir-d and H"-
,paired. I'ip,- lFittiLun. -
All Kindd.
SO tuo 813 Sulni Palaixi Street.
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TNE HEINE ACADEMY ~f MUS~iC,

MISS EVELENE 04. HEINE. rc.
MISS IDA PIAGGIO. A~s-,t3'it.
%oalc (4 lturu'-. \ !- i '~I';h :111l' I -
m -o.aI, u t r .i: : iim ;,.- :


Best Patent Flour.


Our Bc't fled 1 Ro '/a
Patent is the besft joir ia ,tf
can be pri',er, bI, an',
mill.
Forfgef . A.Xot is one o01
the best Brea kfa.st Food' s on
the nmrket.
.41H made bh/ The (f. E.
Stwanrd Aill (Co. and for
Sae by .Vew Orleans G;ro-
cery Co.


,h4n S.
Phone 105.


Prioprietw


QUEEN'S DECISION

TO STAY AT HOME

Italy Was Apprensive For
Her Majesty's Safety.

ANARCHISTS AGAIN SORE

Queen's-utJ cet GladSheWlll Not Go.
Her Vasll to Dublin Will Be Fit-
tinxly Observed Nervous Gaiety
Prevails In Englaud.
LO".DON, March 10.-Queen Victoria's
decision to stay in her own dominions
instead of going to Itly, and all the
jubilation in consequence, are not en-
tirely due to the causes attributed by
the British press. It is learned that
the Italian government had daily been
growing more nervous as the date of
the queen's visit approached and. finally
notified her majesty's government that
it would not care to accept the respon-
sablity of the sovereign's safety, owing
to the strong recrudesence of the an-
uchistic movement throughout Europe.
Reports Irom other powers confirmed
the Italian impressions. This apparently
was the chief factor in the queen's sud-
den change of plane. though doubtless
many of her m:nistors always thought
it was better policy for he- to remain
at home while the nation was in the
throes of war. In any case the result
with the accompanying celebrations
and the announcement of the queen's
coming trip to Ireland has had a most
beneficial effect on the United King-
donm.
Gaiety reigns though perhaps it is
tinctured with some undercurrent of
the nervousness that Thackeray de-
scribed in the ball before Waterloo.
Trade has revived and shopkeepers. es-
pecially those of the metropolis, look
forward to big business. It has long
been a standing grievance that the
queen has so seldom visited London.
and her present visit is an atonement
for past neglect.
As for Ireland it is in a statt of ex-
citement, and such excitement has not
been seen for many a year. Regardless
of politics the queen's visit to Dublin
will doubtless be made the occiason
for unprecedented festivities. though
throughout Great Britain there will be
tension until the queeu has crossed the
channel IL safety.
GuesIp of the \ tnr.
Major Child of the South Lighthorse,
who was kiied in a victorious assault
and whose own epitaph was "It Is Wed
With Child; It Is Weil."' has been suc-
ceeded in the command by 6ir Bryan
Leighton. who served with tne Amen-
oan troops against spain and wrote a
book about it. This adventurous young
baronet, who is a cousin of the late Ma-
jor Child and who was standing beside
the latter when Child was killed, went
to South Africa as correspondent of an
illustrated paper and obtained a com-
mission in the South African Light-
horse He has now been made a major
commanding a squadron. While he
fighter the Boers, the youthful Lady
Leighton occupies the unique position
in England of master of the hounds.
There is a good deal of chagrin dis-
played over what is termed Lord Rob-
erts' too generous treatment of General
Cronje and the tendency in some sec-
tions of the press to hysterically over-
rate Cronje's bravery. Many refer-
ences are now made to Cronje's alleged
dishonesty in the former war, in accept-
ing the surrender of tnn British garri-
son of Potechefstrom when a general
armistice had been proclaimed.
Vanity Fair says:
"There is a vein of Fentimentality in
the Anglo-Saxon nature which some-
times tranusgresses reasonaldl limits.
Just at present it is engaged in elevat-
ing C'ronje to the level of a hero."
T'he government is contomnplating
sending the Hoer leader to the island of
S:. Ie'na. lbut no definite decision has
been reached. On this subject The
M',rning Post publhshes a letter saying:
"In vie-v o: the fact that the very
name of St. Helena causes a passionate
ebullition in France it would be ltooish
for L.ugland to arouse this feehng by
sslect:ng Napo.leon's peaco of banish-
ment for Cronje."
1'rst inlnstr Abbey ('runlmbling.


According to the newly appointed
surveyor of Westminster Abbey,. that
ancient ed:fice is fast crumbling to
pieces owing to the acton of the fumes
of manufactories on the opposite side of
the river on tne weather worn stones.
This contention is illustrated by photo-
graphs of white patches on the interior
and exterior parts of the abtbey, indi-
citinx c-rumbling.
A curiou- rowmnce cornel from Ches-
ter. where there was recently aurnitted
to thl: workhouse a Captain silsbury.
s n of the late number of nt.riiaient
fo t i~hester. T:iw-auh 4 years old, he
ha:i had a Tirt:arkaM,,e career as a sol-
thr. w Ci" ' -r,: '.';id fn; and .inthlor,
.. fa :r. u; u ii. v :: iranid ',-yr I. It
-e :;c : t:is. i-t:nriu'slmi paper
w.i- u i'~~'"i 'tr s '.e i t1 9 re of nis ifao
in :tn '"'i !hou-e, when there sudac-nly
a-oa,, thu, 'ent ain eR)a.Ir-atil
ri w ;\orn.;; ,iis':':t'.' ; a? Mis- k.m ly
'cu:i ;'.-i ;,:.( (.' lr;i aad. Tue -etlu i
onrurr-d Thurd.i vy la-t wr-n iC-ptalu
..l';sblnr" wa Illyn rriPl to :n)i V:-itor.
Tue'v tiepartrd Ir -'htster iIIn reat style
3an. an:.d-st no) 0:,. o; oS ii-I 'A.


aOWLBt BRsop,


near Fstate Agents,
PENSACOOXA, FLA.
REPRESENT TWENTY-TWO OF THE,
LEADING FIRE, LIFE, MARIN r.


ACCIDENT, I
GLASS AND S'


CNCN~rC*S EUCSH rR&NcB ('OK
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FIDELITY. PLATE
TEAM BOILEF3 IN-
PANIES. . .. .

of the EQuilatle


STAGE GLINTS.
Rose Coghlan says that next sea-
son she will produce a new play) by
her brother, the late Charles Cughla.L,
und will also revive "Madaii.t," lby
Mine. Pilar-Morin, Mlle. Ahlxa. Wil-
liam B!aisdll and Cl-iia Lavine are
engaged for a company that an ad-
vtnt'u.rous manager is about to take to
Manila.
Al. e Nielsen. \\;th "The Singing
Girl.' was liora in Nashville in 1,74.
1Her father was a IDanish musician.
who died when little Alice was but 3
years tld.
Laura Joyce Bell's new sketch marks
the introductlou of golf to the vaud,.-
Illl stage. 'The sketch Is based, n
that sport. It Is called "The Lady (if
the Links."
Miss Christie MacDonald of "The
Rounders" Is reported engaged to be
married. The happy man is declared
. to be William Jefferson, a son of Jo-
seph Jefferson.
Two of Whishaw's novels of Russian
life have recently been made Into
plays. Beerbohm Tree may appear in
the version of that one called "A
Boyar of the Terrible."
Harry Davenport, who played the
husband In "The RIounlers." has suc-
ceeded Dan Daly as the blase duke.
Seabrooke Is back in the cast, and
Richard Carroll has left It.
^ Smith and De Koven are at work
on "Maid Marian," a comic opera to
be a sequel to "Robin Hood." It will
be produced at the Casino. New York,
Instead of by the Bostonians.
"The Wire Walker." lu which Edna
May may appear in London next April,
Is said to be a new version of the
comic opera by Kerker and Morton
known formerly as "An American
Beauty."


Product-d by I"-rmis-ioui of J. J. M u ir ock.
'N onday I'V#tlinvL.
TH'IE IWO AAti)I.
Ttivz~dav Matinee, SAIl)PASH[A.
Ttie-day Night. CARM EN.
Weadnuesday AMztitifc.
QUEEN S LACE
HIAND)KE~RCH1IEF-:.
M.\SC()i'IN rwOi A('*S :tia d
CAVALTLEIIA Rits'l'AN-A.

MATiINEES: 2.71 to all ;:t of
Ilt:v. Hmiuse.
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THURSDAY


EVENING ,


jARCH 15.


FAT) OFl-TIHE t-PEAl-zoN


C INE'SK to


TOlE C1IlISTIA1$.

50_p ROPLE ON THE STAGE-50

IlIro-unzu-d Ihre i%% it ht he '-anie art-fi, I at t -,
t !: I (pJ ,-T t a I'IAA 111t' i' t I.' w.' 1 k.41 .4 -(I I o
ruo of 17.5 nhi,-!t's in No. k .:-:'I


Prices : $150, $1,


ITHE


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Place For Pensacola
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Choice Family

GROCERIES


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TELEPHONE 261.


STb tiny Bp es o Coaesperiorb
t.to Baluam of CO** 00-


ITEMS OF INTEREST.
Linen was the first fabric worn.
()One year's sweepints of thelr It!w'h
mint yields over $?.tNwX in goll. t .n,i
silver.
Tlio ant hills of South Af:.i a ri
sirnetinie. moundol 30 fit.i.t igi:i anl!
II ) feet in .(ir'inufterence.
It is said that horse clihtnnuts are va!-
i:alble in rihldint." po't plants of earti-
, ,'rTIs. #;rate a horse chestiitit. pnt
with it nino tinjcq iis hulk .of water.
let stand overnight and strain: thln
water the plants with the liquid.
Sise and the Moun.
"Ah. yv are' ,l.,e 0!:. n m u." he 2aiid;
ST' n M t. i t
Ti t s us fr !n i... ar.i'-n.
'T ," s*ars hrr li;ht'
She' id nott bow her taeiy vhead
..r rirri her c.e-.
Sl:e d;u not W .sh! a ruyv r,.d
N. r ultter si;' s.
"I* i '-, n, 1up; th, re." l.e ?aid again.
"k ra;c a':se. :lie Ila ni't th:rng i W co!,!
Andi distant to.:"
-'1 (-cazo Tines- Herald.
A Better I'hrase.
"Wilv n.t he ui tu .lt?o''
"III hll.; % \;y'?"
"Y- j,, j:e r ently l iavig: nt i'.t:.iti Ilie n, a: cat."
.\'W el. h li t sliublll I sn\ **",
"As many lives as the eminperor of Chi-
na."-Chic,~lo Plst.
An Aerial Laundry.
Balloons ar1,i' ;n 4w usedl for drying
linen In (one I'.rlks laundry. ItH i nbo
frames ar,, attached to a (cai)tive bal-
loon. andI the clothes are attached to
thi-em. The ballon makes six aise(intS
daily, to a height of about 1'm) feet.
where the air, according to the pro-
prietors of the laundry, Is particularly
good for linen.


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MUSIC!


MIRTH!


To Be Pretty?


will remove freckles
and make the skin
clear and smooth.
PARKER DRUG CO.


For Sale Only by
ff4qqS' IY4q4cy, A


215 .South Palafox St.


Indigestion!

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The Kind( You 1:1e AAis Io lt:lht hlai blh rne the s;i.:;:;-
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personal supervisionA for over 30 year-. Allow no i .o,
to deceive you in thihk. (ounterfeits, limitations .;i.I
*'Juit I:i';dprimnett, and endainger ti *
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The Kind You Have Always Bought
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mINA RCHITECT+.-


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General Contractor-

tBuilding, i :. M anti ane l t rt ;..-, :: _. l'l i,.:, i- ,
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Management of E. B. Morey.
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IHot \Vi, i" :i.id (i;n Fixtture,.


BrJOINING MONDAY, MARCH 12,RTTE$TIO$, hADIESI


Tuesday and Weidursdmy.
F-ii .t App-araflue of the A; Op t '~'rouA'
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The Star


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THE PMIREE 0LAODRof 11$?FLD


Cost


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One dollar bottle last tc/./-
ty days.
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(also I T. Gree. n \' (o.
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Manufacturers r
CHOICE MEAL AND PURE GROUND
STOCK FEEl).
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608 AND 005 S. PA.iAI-OX 9TrKKT.

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expedition chme in close to the plcw.
The boy had already got his bean
shooter within easy reach. nnd as the
birds lined along the furrow he stopped
the tmulof.
The nearest bl<.!:'l.rCl was. a lig: pur-
ple- cra 'sle'. TI' t"y dr,'w hlio rubbers
laCf(l:. a bullet flew -is thi- rullbber bianIs
snapped. and th!. l.1i.kt ;'Ad ,l. iilcled til
in t,.- fuirroiv' it: i a bull,-t in his.
br -:l t I. LI'a- i .t ,; : .:t e :il-'l'. their
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l'. 1I'm h 4 a',.I or a 'c t ll.i) T1ihe 1 h` w
l-.v :i,.! vlor. i ll.t. by. h!hl v ,Oli fc.ilt

( e rrill-r t lc n:r w;-ty t l'h I I! f .'ur S. bhtll

It wa\ il'iag' dl y. Mill'-| ly, .,ilently

I"m) inn'1 e .aiii lw iirn his t s ft. Hr
\vr, l, u t of'r r to plou fl a tiln f<'r 'ilh-

talkin;) :.lb'o t ., h.ll it tr Th rIt WOis





yo, o lil ' !ow *at \' ,. h







(.*<* mau''! work al'oi~t it. 1Yl,.. wh enl


M.by Iii (oaf Wan UnbuttoneG.
']i' It#- i1: -wuin.te~r si i ed t it lodeg-rees
StN(i C 7.*ro.
Ilse haile tillan vor'e-at. lundercont
and fn em.Ills c-ther garnints cut
no ice ho-re.
A It hougKI t lie' %%Ind bewa4; ro(n1land
gal,. hIls o~ ripcul o~t :Ltt.i ixtiqieroont were
both m inlmutore'd an rd fla pped IPke tbe

V. l~vddliel enot button his coats On
tthis lper'it~eig oay
eiitis'u', e Le %:i tlie Matn VWith a


file cutli M'Ise IIthait o i i % ("t v~a .~is;I-
ph: ve'e] Ilis e-%tee I rlE!.Vt t .c (.car a
lltitle'. andl v.1111 Pr '.1iv a x.:!n tWith
K~iwi; .1:0itlie it N. 1 11 i~ Pr eutg, v. 1
:It ci;;"l :r o 11
No eli t. hoit;-aue ,4i.er k ;~ctot us
till.fr;. l::,t, Pe lr-oie~ct to thv isa-rnt.

l'roeper [lathinjg.
t ,-:;.. ':d (r .1'etzntr. skiI% or



a AE'gl't to !ee t i -; alIl

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1(,\% .1I VPcn ii rapidly; ".#te ic.r
,'i'... it iil there is a full. frev iwiqm icnin
T 1. 4, ( il- la then 971f] Warm th.
If thi c;.c'''.- 11c4*4lfor th. in~o .f 4-!ilp.
oy'oeeril locally. and where ther.- Nit i
(1:11v lent~i tlrr'to Is ttle no.-d for It,
let t'.at lie usi~rl before rctirin.- at
tilgl. L

Furniture on Credit
.NIo-t btejiiitiftlj lipe of .i'le henard,.
-v.,-r shouwn ini the city,. \\c';i1d, ob#-'-a
with gIriassdoor.; c! c-verY (It -erip-
tioti, fre c the' c h.'tc et to the fint-et.
Rocll-topi secretary cacll eleg-tiAitl3'
fin i-hed. a fine li ne of cilitiarca lc-ctd.
au d everything contained inl a tir~t-
vla-9 ftirniture store at 0. M. Pryuor'
Bargain Furniture' Hotize.
For ittee Janua~ry Tr-ade.
Criiino'A Ladies' Note Paper. alld
Enhv,-lopeQ toimattch.
Cambrid-A Linen and Euvelocd-w.
filurd's Parchment.
InZVittltii~li Pap-r and Envelocpes.
Li nen 'I a'lietz.
Froscted Velum and En~velopes.
Engli-h Note; Satin Wove'; Ti.sue
Paper; Deiini-aioti's Crwpe. Ft. with
.1generalI a~-,-rt incit ofatat~i I'cierv.


THlE 410Y4TUEl SR At.
I ho rA.te'r in Ii s iced of iOU7.~
Ailak''i with a start !ru.n I'.- hetrnimer
4 ipe'nt' i s '-h,11. atid spd. %% Ith -%ya n
r e'ee ti ttint o r ..e'ae(l if sl (f ifet'l'' v :
F'or my pleA~aect, dr.'arn were- .1:,, urtc.-d by)
tthe jar
Thvit i, aiwayNemuat.:ledbvthe' le-tter iR.
And I know by the' keel of thast 1hideOUP
That ceectni' of us s-.hortly willI ')- 'mTi11h.'flut,
And so they will for the sic oP wa4
litled with ilim fineost anid fatte~t.
'fiS loolp WAiS Sell, nt b%, Rick
Ape-tke' an I :hp~o choI"o triare
tgww f. r sal.A# donp or rijw. ro~tol t"
,.-"t them lic1Y *!I,, p du~' ICzo-11. tim.
d~red harr.I drav lIozc' wtzein 1load
.1, r vi it'1'c ()wcr,-, t, t i .4-' r ,i- ,icf
l i ii. !-- t h. u -c-rv i ( I rea f- # cr t ni w P i-'
I i t 'c ial 'r (Ie# A l v ',II)-s r v ad a t
i nyh tir iof tUhIt a cr v t.


CASTOR I A CURE YOURiLF.
F.r Infants and Children. .
The Kind Yeu Have Always Bought .." .
Bears the Sl: r sild by Dr.-'ritM.

B : ('treuar f.iit iA r-' -jeat


The war department ofmcials nave just
learned of it.
The general's resignation was not ac-
cepted promptly out of consideration
for the offloer. Instead he was ordered
to report so the war department at
Washington. His resignation will be
accepted here and the effort of his ao.-
tion will be to allow the officer his mile.
age and expenses to Washington.
We will launder your spreads for
15 cents each and make them look
like new. Star Laundry.

CALL AND INSPECT
The Large and Complete
Lin'e of [ronl and Brais
BEI)STEAI) .at


NEMi'lIER thle Capitai,emm-rir
nor conui iefI'*'-wt t h. I tal ia ii
hark Vvne'i ian w :1 too ro.4potc -
1-.-.--1for-Dc~t8 COoti'at.~dlby
thu Cre~w of Najd viebM'-1.


.N'EITH FR tI,*- ra'n;r,rowntr-i
nor ~nen~ of the ei.-r i'..
H~j~Ietri1t'iti1 will be 4hrn
sbieto r debt#, contracto~i ny
the cr w of said vOcsei.


..-..NE1:11 iiER t 1t1f.e ctptalT, ownl-
~ 14.!. f.,riw~ii he're-p.'te-
W~W~incsihi.- for di-bts contracted by
tht' cr--w uof halo v-k
N 1). ('1itc t'I -I N'6 2..
Ic~tc r-. I, u wiA (g!y & # o.. I4 uli ,ti.
k onivrit-fle-4. !"Itiei
~~.NE:THIEitthe captain, own-
--qnor consigcntsei Of th"
~J&~ Italian bark Luigia F Will be
1rpopocemiblo for debts cou-
tracttod by tibe crvw or saicives-i.
CAV ~.
ltosn~e'o Pro--.tp en
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te ***** ***M***** MHAY PAUNCEFOTE TREATY.

SAfter ie Com es Pall Mal Gazette ays the Proposed KIDNEY
A ter e m esI Amiendment -May Kill It.
e !Las a hard enough time. Every- LONDON, March 10.-No action has
if arev fthemtvr-
SL:"e .' that the expectant mother 9 been taken by the government regard- are the mos
67 can <1o to ht-elp her child she should inug the change which has come over tne eases.
S. 1-, giv !:imt i 'c hea, but toI through the lengthy cable d'ipatches
t do t e,.. m::.t ha'v hea'.th hrr-'egtywh
se. .he should u- eve" means dealing with the action of the foreign
St ve hr p ica c t. relations committee. The United States
7 S:e -.:". Vu' by '.l 'ei;', .t'ily government apparently has made no Or money rel
- c.cey:. t b I
4 e4 representations to Lord Salisbury since remedies rec
remedies rec
OLV^th i4er'S the convention was signed aud the p c
affair seems unlikely to be official.y dis. nent ySia
cued unnil the final cougresl.onal Kidncy and
FLrienld, action. pati it in such shape that it be- PRICE
come a matter for diplomatic recoinld-
.. It will ta .e her eration. Pending this official opinion l\. A. IV1
through the c('is.is is reserved and it is impossible to say
eas: Ily and what action Great Britain is liksiy to ..'iintn I'
(l ickly. Itis take regarding the senate'samenuments L:'.,>\, Mart
S l:niment which of the treaty.
gives str.:gth The P.sil Mall UGaette comments on p"p;-s com.mea
",., aI'd vigur to the the new situation as follows: tjrms on tha diea
n-,i:sclt-,. Com- 4 "Tue foreign relations oommitte has 'neip. ithe lorm
um,, sense wi:l gone ftr to wreck the HIay-Pauncefote later nero. Tuey
show % vu treaty, if only for thi reason, t.Wat he wm so maC
thtat t h t th powers other than the twc most directly tuat is death wi
.tron'.r tl:c concerned might retuse to acquiesce lu most as deep r,
mr, uscles ;r e. the modtification, even if the -riiisa New York.
uix\:c. L .'l:t tile government accepted it A fresh start,
strain the less it may bs. will have to be made after I w%.& i iep;l
Ct !,at in there will i. the presidential election." ],we:ry in fir.
A w, nan living in i,-.r W\a-ne. i e ts"
I lt...ts: ".oMth her's Friend It d i RESIGNATION OF WHEELER.
',- .i :s 1f',r Ii.. l'r.Cise G od fO,r ma _
u:* nit;t 'Prestefinr Hield It Out of Kindness ears t 1
!c. r! tis ;'-, :n IIine!, (';>!. 4 fed ( derd red Him to R port. at .0
.t '-< F' ri:c it 1. .- n.: to WASiINGTON., March 10 --It appsara
al '.vn -.h, u lcr., nature's that Goneral Wheeler did leader his
r'c'(.A o c':;ldb:rth." C resignation last fall. It was dated Nov. b r te;
S Got Mother's Friend at the 26, at a place called Paniqui, on tho
S drug store. $1SI per bottle. island of Luzon, and was not cabled. i
t but came by the slow process of the,
THE BRADtlELD REGULATOR CO., mails.
t Atlanta, Ga. Moreover, it did not come directly to -_
\. f!rr r-.!tr:tl ,."lfore t t4, the war department, but went to tho "
Wi::ht.. ;.n, W hite H onse, w here it has been repo ,- ;L |
*''ll;'f9! fl9l^ inSg since its arrival in Washington.


EI ~ TUX A .
ul.,~ ~ ~ i 60.06fat wy Eg~


IcY lil-uor


of medicine that goes in a
prescription tilled in thii-c store is
perfectly pure. Pure drugs mean a
speedy recovery. Poocr drugs mean
i relapse. You want the best. Iet
us fill your prescription, and urpply
other mnedicineQ, W. T. (reen & Co..
"The Prescription I)ruL'i--t," -7 S.
Pal;ifeox street. Phlioine ;.ti.


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DISEASES

t fatal of all dis-


I KIDNEY CURE Is a
6uarantoad Remedy

funded. Contains
ognized by emi-
ins as the best for
Bladder troubles.
SOc. and $1.00.
K LM l li;I.-Rl'E

up' r >i I P'.*,il,.
h 10-The afternoon
lu l os1t 11 nipat3hetic
(h yesterday or E. J.
er United ;tmaes nmn
Suagr.e in saying tlat
y trends in Eugl.and
li be received wita al.
greatt in London as in

v irt watcthe ;and
t-(la,-.4 -tyle. J. I.


Prompt Delivery andl Satisfaction
; ua ra need.


Dannheisser Bros.,
401 South Palafox St.,
Pltone No. i11. 1'. 4). Box N,12l.
Railroad Exchanit.-, P'hone 268.



LODGE DIIIECTORY

KNIGHTS OF 'rYTHIAS.
Peniacola lAxige, No. 3. K.u of tP


4


meets every .Monday evea.
in at 7:t0u. at Caatle Hl.
In Ilutchinson hall. Wees
Intendencia sIrvwt.
Visiting hbrethren ordially
welcomed.


W. 0. W.
Live Oak Camp No. I Woodman ofthe
World.
Me'et first and third Friday algbt In
each month. Visiting overeialn oerdt-
filly invited. W. W. WATSoN.
I. TiiAMVIs.'Clerk. u.4C.

CHAS. COTTRELL,
Artistic Photographer,
I1OOM :1, FI3H :,It BILDIN 1 .1) N .
04' SOUTH PALAlOX STIIEET.
Sattlsfaction tiuaranted in Every Par-
ticular.


tHIHB[RG BRil, O(I O


MIOLIUALE GOOI,

Palafox Street,
Pensacola. Florida.


EGM1at HYSIC42,2 a'U N SUeIonD,
Latp of 'Ova,. 't BARGAIINS


Of-rTr his professional srv'c', to tbo citl-
ltal- of l'";.-in olis.
I:p'e'iap al rattcl i,.n givteu to the tre-ati -liit
of Chronic l)eef,' cia and TIi-, :* *.' of
Womin anld c'lCilrtn.
Thirty Yvie r- z Prn e mt i :1 i .th l Soiti.
Si 1ic1' lo;r :-1' tI. I '. i 1.: Ii., *2 to p. m .
9K-sidence Phone No. 2W).
Rrint-Rloinnt R lufltinir--aom 8

Dr. Wilmer S. Ha//,

DENTAL SURGEON,
Masuic Temple. Phons 364.


-IN-


FeaI


O% I; hjv mc ai (ren#s f land norkt
$1000 """' "">". ,,", ,,,,
fv tbe'efity aitl we-t of tiouldiag.
$2000 'il buy "- acres .djoiing ety

3000 will buy four ill %)lit bloe*
$300 and a I This property is In New Lity.
a will buy 7., acre' b.'tween Big
$4000.1V ayiaid L.ittl Itnyu. Tb1l
property iae' a water front oin th" bay; aleo
on Big Bayou and Little Bayou.
i$5000- '"by on. of th, best v-
n$5000denc"b>n Wo-ot H ill. litlatld
on strePt car lice h: bas i rooills and allmoi
ern corvseiiercer.
Swill btly lot with I "-ft froCnt *ao
$6000 alafox trl-.',. .1.ihi of *reg-
ory. Thii- can i*' imiei.dialtely utilized f or
business purposes.
$7000 'will "y lotA ih hft front na
$ 0 1 WVr@4eorv ftan( :0->f f'oit o .All-
caniz atid Il t ft front on Wrilht. Tiel
property has liinc e,'etage on It. and there I
plenty of reomni to build dozen hotisem ore.
l8000 will buy a liandn.qnif r..idin
P$8000u on vlit (iregory b-twelen lall-
fox and Tarragona et reo-I.s.
$900 will buy an HI.rT" farm witb
W$9000 gcod lex ip.-aCrilt farn huildiage.
Ele-ganit property for Itrtick furiniig and
dairy ptirulC'es. T"bl jplA.i"t i j'i't outs lde
til. city lirllitt.
$10 000 will biy i ''r :in th- hnlnf@ee
A$10 par t of Ore e(.t, ,.7ii 1.Ht fsell
fromt.



J. E. Stillnman & Co.,

East Side of Plaza.


H. A. WATERS,

Butcher and Green Grocer.

PHONE 172
l":'-, "n--<",n ;:an .INati v M-:t1.
C' i('hi l- trri ( 4 'o lli'.i
I'r',duie' Da).ilvy.
Shop, Rear cf Johnson & Son's Store,



JOHN McDAVID,

REAL ESTATE AND BBOKERACE.
CITY PROPERTY. FAP.MING


AND TIMlBlER IANDS
FOjR SALIE.


Loans Plaeed at Reasonable Rates.


A Eai.t Goverona'-.nt street.


H. JiDoruwE.
I.Holumitm.C..
K.IL. .& a.


Thc Escambia Fornitnre Compay's.,
-*' PROFESSIONAL OAEDS.
Five Thousand Rolls
of Wall Paper in tck,:ill oft t- Dr.areell ereary
tost pittern a id more contini.
h ices fromn to $1.T. per roil., J. E.
Ross & 'Co., No. 11 N. PI:tlifox,! phyJ'luli Le SUlf' ii.
Plioie .,',. 21f-tf l'-i'.i c ice.. I W %'"-. (irt ,i)ry ,v tr,.e.t
,l 1'. r'., n 'v lt" HR wlliiml i q, l l Fl iutli
Smoke DURHAM Ci- ,", ;. ,,,,..i ,,, A..
gars at D'Alemberte's. -
DR. WM. C. DEWBERRY.


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OrrAME-HBennah Bros.' Druag Store.
RESIDENOE-400 E. Jackson Stree


Wmn.- H. -Marean, J1W. D.,


Estate.


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NPr X iTHEr tne captain, owni- *ITEI .
eris nor constl neies of the Prt I
sm Torino will be reupon., Waited t buy all kils if :Ilald
.ihl<- for dtbtf coiLnric.t-. iy"
the crew of said vess. j J,, land Firilture, ierckiadise, Ac.
ti1filf'Tlraitn t < '. Capt tin. .
< ,ii,,ii.,.0. lomit iddrless x Ile42.





McMillan Bros. Co.


> Coppersmiths,

General Metal Workers.

Saiifttita$dt s of aud Headqifhers for Ihe


Celebrated McMillan Seamless Turpentine Still.

CEi Otts ay n bhd, al reaibt doe i it cNti j.

MOBILE, ALA.




TIME TABLE.

LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.
S iN I a' F' "1' .1 I :' .1 .

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S1in .' 'a :ilm A t; r. 2}'':.i ',: A. i ;i.; .',a Cill

4 5i wt P1NS OA AD- J O TI ir.n,

BE.LwtZZN PENSACOLA AND JACKSONVILLE.


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Acme Beer.

THE BEST BEER SOLD IN
PENSACOLA.

Dannheisscr Bros.,

AGENTS.

Also SolI by M. Perry ani im. Yats.

The Jug Trade

Is Our Specialty.----











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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, MARCH 12, 1900. 5


T.JOCGb NEWS


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THE


Nand will inr, at the First Bptit SNUFF INTERESTS COMBINE.
cht0ur-h lMtundav. Mi1' Do-trich!on _______
will repin tiih-re several days. CoMeolidetle of lb- L-adi,' ) 31Bu-


mnti


All the girls in tlli ope-ra company
whi.h -jings here to-night are pretty
girl--and they have fine voice-.


A two--tory hui-e bl*-Ion.ing to,
Mr. Frank Harri-on. at Mlt,,ni. waU
turned down abl) ut 11 :.;) la-t ni.iht.


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:I.: k, I:. v Children's wear, should
,,: ,.. ,a callal on Rice's represen-I
I i; 'l, '.vi,- c.,-.,d tative at Merchants'
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facturers In One Coumpany.
NEW YORK, March U0.-Tne Journil
of Commerce says:
The recent negotiations of the Amer-
ican and Continental Tobacco com-
panios 'o arrange for a consolidatlou of


iran.'l i lancee .ll r :. .. ,ei, ite ie i:ng ntuff iteresrs of the (oun-
(i.ranNl Master at Arm- W. A. Allen, try art, sait to have been practically
(':;;t Jacob Kryger. Henry Hor-ler. comnalet, d and a new compaLy will, it
\V. L. Moy,-r. J. Eninet WV,,lfe. )Dan is stated. he organized to take over all
BH-r.rin. A. 1). Weller anid E-Luirtni the suuft bus:uess of both the Conti-
Arb *ni, left ve'terday for Key We-t naurai i-c and American Touacco
; attend the grand lodge Kuight- of co:nnamne,. as well as the Atlauntic Snuff
Pythtia-. c cmUip'uvy and tre Helme .uuff company.
v '-ryv min,-nilser ff '-nsacola T roto-'ial transfer ot the two last
I. 1,i.-. .N,. :. K. of 1'. i- ur-ntiv ,' c P,, i.. 1 With tl e company s said to
'. ,..-ted to atetnd tui- iti-e-tin. t ,- i..J.d- tio-niight at 7:3ii o'clock. f' the sua'ff companies and the Ameri-
W\, k it, tl.e Third Rank by the f.a- c!lA e0.'dUy i ow being cooensuma
,,^ ..nauutcrial Te~amI atrT other ti, Tatn. cApital of the company is to
ip. ,r'.a-,t hbtine-l All K inht- be dviatea equally into preferred ani
c. ditnil i vit-d,. coinuon s ick.
e. new deas. it is said, will give the
('has. H. Illi-- ha- r,-sizned his American and ContinentalTubacca coin-
S,-i:iian :i- reporter of the Pen-acola pany control of .5 per ceut of the salff
Pr-..- and will begin work at once on output of the country. The American
ti.- lir-t iiunuber of a monthly mlaga- oomii any owns the Baltimore Snuff
zine to h),e ubli-hed here. Henry C. company and the Continental owns the
R.,,.-r-. late city editor of ttlie Mont- Lo-illard company.
goine-ry Journal, takes Mr. Blis-' The Atiautic Snuff company wascap-
.an' n the P're-.. ita:zi u i 'n 1i' at $2.000.000 and it is
unan-ertood taiat tn urice named for
For Over Fifty heard. this company was $6,5uo.0'0, while toe
rlielnie company isL aid to have asked
aMK'i. WIN-ALOW'S OOTHIN MYRtP bha ,:)'>
i',..- u..-d forr tov-r chldfty ars by mwhileiins in Vte it was practically admitted at
]:ti pvrf.ct -uecct-.-. It soothti the child, the ofli'e4 of the American and Conti-
. ,f;an- the* gunms..allaysall pain.cureswind nentai co,rnanies, yesterday, that the
Si;l ( thb bv st r leniildy for -i rrhPa. deal w:as unier way, representatives of
na-I 'ittly. fold by lirugRi.-ts; .n -%-rv Tho'l '"'lipaiiies declined to giva out
pr* f t.. word. Twenty-ive- c-nt- b, t- any detals..


I i o lf ( itet A-ln-r.v.au liatereqstr.
Nixw. Y,'::K. March 10. A special
from \',a'aiugton says: Orders have
b-eu t -'g:at)i.i tuo Rtar Admiral
Kautz. itinmiaiier-iti-ch:et of the Asi.
atnl --.:n t:ran.. d.rectlug him to proceed
with tlie Pi-iiadoq.hia to the Pacific
coast o t'entril America for the pur-
pose of protecting American interests
and to endeavor to prevent hostilities
among the republics there. Admiral
Kautz will not start until next week.
Ml lii la Ordered to Frankfort.
BARBOURVILI.E, Ky-, March 10.-The
local militia company has received or.
ders from Adjutant General Dixon to
be ready to move to Frankfort at once.


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COOPER & CO'S SHOW

Will Exhibit at Pensacola Three Days

Commencing March 22, 23 and 24.


AmisSi: Children 15 cents.
i. Adults 25 cents.


JUST OPENED.


1' ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Il a- .'' '''titeEntire' ( u'ii.v It wr ''i- e2V'. IW''
I a : ~. it(iz O rd-- Str%-t'(t at all hu~ i\v, e'klv 'Itoit- .


. A. E. BAKER & CO., Proprietors.
14 EAST GOVERNMENT STREET.


FDRBES


STORE.


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N 2 h 1 ~tcr :in the


will i.c >or a Ion'-


ti! < nI to oIite'. If ytl


t > ci r r'.ii rwi nI \'- uU initrcrcl s. we think you xvll


THE PEOPLE'S STORE,


A.


MaketheHairGrow
W ith w-ri.i slay i ,,f 'a ('i'"v T, \ >I p aPrl
light (lressn!in of C 'IUR'A, i t1r.t of eti.W)!.
lient skin (tires. This tre:;ttiuv:t at owne
stops falling hair, remove es crusts, scales. an .
dandruff. ,i.th. a irriLt.dil. itching surfaces,
stimulates the hair follicles. Supplies the
rootsa ith energy and nourishment, and
makes the hair row when all else fails.
fold tbrouthogt the world. lrnrra D. AD C.COP.,
Sae Props.. Bonton. ** "owso HATe Bnttifl lr," free.
To-Night's Attraction.
It is said that the Wilhur-Kirwin
Opera Company gives the best per-
formance for the moneyof any opera
company on the road. It is almost
niseless t; write anything of Susie
Kirwin. Her ability as a mirth pro-
voker, her careful aunne-r in staging
lih- operas and the general excel-
letnce of her supporting comipauy are
matters of record.
No other organization playinii at
popular prices inas a firmer hold
upon theatre-goirs, aiid Susie
Kirwin and her singers are al-
ways aecworde-d Lm t i'l- rouu
receptions ev -rywhere. T''lie vaude-
ville i-; nIw and of the in-t ple.1-:i g
character, iincluditilg thel sell-'Iti)h i oi
the hour in New York City. liostonr
and 11 hiladelphia., T'hI Oirl with the
Atburn Locks. '!( e< otff.rin to-
niight will be the Two lVagaboids.
Wilbur'.- vr. iion of irllinme. with
its light anii 3 1 ;i.itiiLii lliilI'. t,''ett-r
with ttne lli cl.i- vaidt.viile i;tke-
ian evening of three sil'd hour- <'f
f'in to aIIll who h lliy atte .d.
Dr Bull's (ouurh yrup banishes at once all
fo' lll' f 4 ti it (!l. 1'111,-. itnl lv:I '- T.'et-
it )'.i matn- i.t tair.f. '1 !ii w niil fui l ,r iiitily
ua cured l ,ii'iu , f uTrI-t, rs l ,lt
lirioi lj '+ it : -. i til-*'- .t-- [ll l troul.il -
'lIhe ndidatf- f,,r tue ii '-t p114,ip -
lar lady iti t:e* vo'tinwi conte-t for Mt:i
linle plinai n fior I i ,i-fit of ('C at.lili,'
churl'-!h az,iar notice thu- fir are
.Mi-- Ida l'ia..i.,. .Mi-. Julia Mc-
Hligh NMa.n'y. 11M-- .Maru'erite
Fii-lil. N l-- .\!nai .ni itli. M is-
(laudia l-F ri: a;i. will lot- Inoirt. to
be lih-arit fr'ii Privo of vote', 10
cent-. V('ti.h li ox at Clutt( r'<.
In :lc :1 2: f
IfatilKile buggies.
If you) have noit yet inspected that
fine lot of new Huggi, --right from
the factory, at factory prices-go
anrd ,- -e thleii at once. at J. M. Hil-
liard & (o',,.
Coming, the Alba Haywood Co.,.
the celebrated coinedian supported
by several itituical artists of re-
iiown-don't fall to get tickets-
price 7.ce>int.. Benefit of B. P. 0.
Elks charity tuind-C!utter's hall
Monday eveI-Iin z 19. iml2tf
Holw's ThIs'
We .o,,.-r ()n e Ilundred l).Dollar- r-
W.ir'l for ;ilny v Ji, of ('atait lh tliat
'i:iti, ,t I. e i cu ', V lt JIIall'.fs Ca' tari !i
F. J. l nlN'. i i.,l. &o. &.
t 1. ('Ch!i. i-y. flor tl: l; i-t l 1 v. r-.
li I l"i 'I vi ) 'ii i ri'.ctly i i,- or Iili
in ;i l ti;i- i;i, .~ ti an i t l i, n -- ;iiil
liai 1 4ii i la to a. l V1 oilt aI IIy ,",l-
li I.l.i+ i *adl r liy tlir' lirh i.
\\'lol, s'l, I)rurgi-t- 'T'ole, o, 0 .
W:%.lI,< Ni. KINNAN & ,IAItVIN.
DURHl rr Cigars havei i-
!t 1'ilalv. :;t'i i r tti'ctl V l ,ponl thi,'
bloodl and10 li',ili- (-t:rla' of thit
-y-t'oli. P'ri." 7,c. lp by ;ill ,!ruii-' ists. TI--tilnonial- fir **.
tall'- la' i .l" fills a "e t'lilo t -t.

DURHAM Cigars have
been tried and fire test-
ed. D'Alemberte sells
them.


NICOLA


CASSA,


RESTAURANT--OYSTERS.

Flr it?, Ca o les, Vp;tit
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Schwartz,

Proprietor.


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" NEW ARRIVALS!

O R'U first announcement of New Artivals of Spring


Apparel.


A generous assortment, large variety


of colors and styles to select from of Ladies' Waists.
We carry all kinds: the largest assortment in the
city of well known brands. Among them the famous
'" ,tr'/i, Ih ///'aid." famous for fit, style and finish-in


fact the best fitting Waist in the land.


dealer or customer can denx.


This fact no


You miay form s,)mle


idea of our offerings by a glance at our large exclusive
Shirt Waist Window, and they arc heapcr than
heretofore by reason of our Motto: "SI i Ciii:.\i \\l)


New
Arrivals!


LACES AND EMBROiDERIES!


New
Arrivals.


Our C'ettre Table-Q ita, bvniirg eratlhia -rooidly -Li;ri'.: t Na,
PluiIltlt-- inLace-i and Einbroiderie,.


If mn I toirt ldgt : .- .rh Ifr.er n'


t~ icia L :icaa tnd l I-,-rtotoit-.
Ni~i. a' !:cheui ~l..:alll Iii-f rUl-Ti.


I4 ii'' mt I-I, arti..it


iii~~~P )~ ':rt i i ,lAt-ir,: ltin. ('ix vitaI a :rP.Ia -.AwI:,a. .ra c



*Sweepinq Sale o[ Muslin hLemrwear!*
Om, 1"ot (10T .; -Ir~w -.ua'u~..la i t' i /. -u, -I ; a l:-12.'it. -!- 'w jiair*
1.5 tu K .1y................................... .............. .-c pair
Out- : thu.. i' mmii ~~wor- :: I* Nt~Iirk.
L-'t 1 Chi1: ld*4 runituitl ( ;I)Wri- :1t(* NI~t N o
)1uo1" !-,*Ciuld'- 1Tiirimmed Skirt-a at -ta'4NIt u k .
Orif.1-)Lt Nli-s-.-Tririnin,-d (jown-i a:t.( ',,-t NI, i k .
Ontm Lot Ladie&* Frutinuim (l- riie.worth 2,o .r ...................2I'00 (,,1(1i
Oiiv op I'tL-idi'-' 'Irimuijt '.~iod .unIpeC ('hu..i-A.i.WoIrtl 75f-11........IFC Oaeli
r`sZne Lot Odds and Ends-r
In LI.adif-'. Skirt. idl 00 ~lQt"( ..-e Ot :At ('#'-tAT Irk- Pl-ie.


Afk,


DeFUNIAK SPRINGS.


Ponsav da vi iia .ik .&N


It. It.


Seat of the Florida Chautauqua now in Session
Until March 27th.
Finest Resort in Western Florida. 7 ::-
Sin '!a: -t A t. : . : i' \V:i'.- :i l i:,v.. 4 l i:ita.


J, r,, BS"T I A A t0M 'U'A 'TIfCN


AT H 0TLiL C iA iIFAI,, UA.


MA K lG ROO1


For Our Fine and :Lxtci:oive Line of


Ogt


Spring


Goods,


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JUST RECEIVED N r : I,


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S; a unplyv Even if You do Not Need Them Now.


5 !o.n Ehi,,lbroidered and Lace IEdtc,! Kind,
worth i5< each, this sale ... ....................

-; .'L.f"n plain (all linen) i5c ,iualit', this sale


, ~ e p'a'n S


cotton, 7


tills sae ..... .. .......... .. 0c


-do. en Men s II.


S. White an Colored,


Bordered, 12 1-2 and 1ic jualiL. -..... $1


000 yards "Sea Island" Unbleached Cotton, 1 yard wide, ..... 5c
- c0so Lonsdale 4-4 Bleached Cotton, . . ....... . . 8 1-3c


.;,)~-JOS. COLEMAN.


:2 1 S Paha:ifi- x .- I :


I)WELIaMaN'S FOR REINT'.


i vir *trt r i T
10 -tory' 'I
#?. a-t C1(' elur att Iet, 1, t.,) 1 aP
-itorY
co 1-1,; Fs-i t 1 h-,t 'i ra-- t .. -,r', o I-ii.. f
tiu I
No '1, 7 We-t i 'a.-t r.'t T r -'ol;. a.
Nofu uh'Ale 11-a--"
Qoz "a "~Nrth Alwai:; trtet, r ,- rJiii.
I otory' I.'
to-ar l.:!irmnr
r, V~- 0:.. Ia It ll.- I
!:3oi~. ''' t -I I I -rp t r..t. 4
doz rom! o nb.(al h t ittCI*.'


5*aya ral -rnal!"-r dw4ij~ngs r t Iwo I,
yonu Ip.)n (ciil at t!:- Ir, ,' f-',!- R, 4"'


Dfpos. Ufatsopr 9
P r.AT. ESTATE,
Rental and Insurs


J. M. HILLIARD & CO.,
-M..iu:f.Acturcr- .nud Dealier' ii.--

Carriages, Buggies, Wagons and Drays.

0-@Repairing Attended to Promptly.4oi


FAESaT (;GR'DEN 'T.


PENSA('*OIA. FIA


RoseS- -Carnations.


I am eiuz the pN of d hi 1: '-'nnnt aud 1lf:2--tw Pirk (,arilemof
monwoV~mery. au n'! ntwve No~rm' otcie carn f'arr.:.arv 'awe ait Offf i t iFlowers
lsalI Ic t~flS wand.


New Line of Ladies' Neckwear Just Received.


Carnations 75c per dozen.
American Beauties $3.50 to $4.90 per dczln,


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At;. yrup.'- and Lake no o bet-rkm.'I.


To t !e ladie5:
Anyone interested in
new and nobby gar-'
ments for Boys' and


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THE DAILY NEWS: PEMSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, MARCH 12, 1900. 7


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Sack Suiterges,



















C heviots,





fel AND NEAT

Checked


Worsteds,

Blue


Middlesex
fSi Fllannel, !
.Etc.
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BUBONIC PLAGUE GROWING.
Four New Cases EcporteI la Honolulu
S%,r- 31areh 2".
H JNO;.,i:LU. March .1, via SAN FnAS-
ci-,' March 10. Four new cases
of lbbon;c plague have developed
s:n -e Marchi 2. Among thome arti:cted
is H.-riuan Levy. a hotel clerk. Hie
Srm: ,tvun are of the pueunonic type.
Ti.e ecfiouuer Al:-e Kimbili, from
Man:. Lrings wurd that there is a siU-
p:ci',. ia,e of sicmrness in caiup on the
Kaei ; .auuation Eacouragiug reports
counit- Trom the outside !,lands. No ad-
di',lui c.ases have developed in either
li:io or Khahali. The board of health
has d-eided to lift the quarantine in
both pl.i-es within a few days.
CANNIBALS IN PHILIPPINES.
Stury That They Caught and Ate an
American oidler.
SA.' A.ro.xc,. Tex., March 10.-In
two different letters received in this
city from members of the Thirty-third
infantry, who got so close on the heels
of Aguinaldo in the mountains in the
interior of Luzon, comes the story that
a member of the regiment, who fell be-
hind while up in the hills, was killed
and partly eaten by natives known as
Egnotes. a tribe of cannibals.
Private Mohaviern writes one letter
and Sergeant Bateman another telling
of the above

POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS.
I-'ir Rlepresentalive.
'.* r i.'.ih *iDiv. If n%. va c in(l itlt
g 1 p l+,' z->* tl vf 11' <): -c'inl iitt( m i C,)U :)t% .
I ',,'. '* h t ,-* !,.:,n slar.,ra . r uhi, ct to thl.
('.. M'i:F n J,,N I-..
i-'rM ll p.'se -aitatite.
v I' I'-Ii n ,
1i t! N ;f I i n r a

A 'II % her f1


11-. 11 i t:, .-l .t:. 4' n a ,t'! ; ic.-n tly ,
f 1t r* t I -


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V.2 I -
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I '4i' I'414'ritI.
a .t' ~ .4'4~
41 -, .1)4' -
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Fiemr She'riff.
!wI 4'i TT I E*t : 41 4 4" rn.1; tfRt. 42I t lali- !.

Ie'r ('lerk eif sloe Circujit Commxr.
I 4...4.:P ,l4( *- itm -olf aIt, n ~ 2':8
III r.'u4- :1 % ,4' 1.t. l f t411 va'.U il- t-ctii"t
,of ('ItA41%. I' 'H., 'mit! .
A. 711. !~MCIIL! AN.
I-.cr Cirarit-ta lee k


Ill4 V1? ,- ,II F 4 1,-ni hiHI wi 4 I. 44y: i~

I wi 44 14414ct4ni v-*AfIII c-a.,ditlat.- for


Utter 1Tax tiIe-ct'.r,

t; ., i f- 142.. A v(P t.-rill 1:4 -ra'Ii1
A.I! 41.F WAl1T1.10 .

--'Ia4- 444 Timi -I'x1'x4 .l

M A. N Y Iz F
I-orIa As~-eowte,r.
r fill. 442] ji If(.6C- fl'\- 44.. IS 4'j! d. !jJ
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TI: 4,4-...!Aacy-If W.
!" I \ I...ri1v!a1 tn
- -. I..r -K1 tIMIi,& ':[IZ% i- .c!t 'I' :lt-
so I: f.-11-.. 7~''.0' 1 1I'' 444113 .4%
Fe'es-r' m it is~Ti ea -ifarpr.
1 4.1"'I n 1 l' tii .: I!- a A4H It, I Il l:,I, I, I'
-t. 7'w.- of Al4 -f 4.4I% Tr, asu r+ 1 .. I- :Clto
ft- t t ,l it'4 ,f t'...1,-1''4' 1,1 -pr.Iamur> and
aL I th, pp. .rL tolfla 1 1 1l"

Fi-r (eOUPITV Treasumrer.
I bet -I.'- nnlirl i C. iv.-Ofnet !k .-R-.: h14144.-

I'-~ ~ v I.-41IC 4 4-' T p.2r .. -
44h ? 4 .f 1 !1.th I


I ',or .1 it % it -e-it44 1 4l i 'e Peace.

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it tc 1 11.44,11 e n4 t j 14. Vu a.it.

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Vor' .4 144)I I s3 h4'rm-1 4It vard
ff.v i 1 '.~- 1 CW- .k 'X v-

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)f F-c .f l~ m, a o 0.


M.Nr;.2P.-cus Y.-ur fr--nll v It! i rI-,-h as
tx 1 -.1 :t I at-'.14
MIr. -.\ N xI c il :i r J.1aTi. fill-' oialt
Itl x cl 4 .111Y p.': i't- I 12:14.4- I.e. ii at l
11% V Iand1141%vi A .Itill 'P11 :i~lk i., to hobeoIat-
en fir r 11).-Ally $1440i'r.
We-ll, Now!
"O. f (-Ilrso. I 'm ini favear of ,uffna-e
for -womtfen. Ifenrk'ttm.'4 sn i,]Mr. NMeek-
toll. "P.11 I ldonlt thla i t! Imy Ought to
goa 14- thi lt olls t hellischecs.'
V,'ilflat do pill11 1048111"
-F.e4- v e.11!t to lie alide til sI-Ill twie-r

I::t!-4. i-1 je4 it w i ll ,i::ai x i,'. .a~x
a 1;!2,1:: : 041 '. p~d is .. i 't. x 4'
W4ar~. .!t-lv 14 f 11 ('11 1.-ax 'fill m'-tI I L


THE ROYAL BOX.
P: infla- .%!ir# (!,t (if P~n. 41- thi.-ro(-zF1t
W. 11N -: '24't k1. l:4s -. l444lt a !.t of a:.(I in
t!,- 112. lte 4'! k 1:.i* W.;I 49 44 4 4.. i ,I lt l

Prv f W~ales~' -. -ain i .. vtle- Duke (if
o'1i- (f Iitd.4: iil 11:144 4-. .1 thtn. la1.1'
Dow -ik'4f 'Wo.4 tinii-44te-r.
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A CLEAR HEAD; S.FRANCISC,.-
good digestion; sound sleep: a of healan has decided
I man. who ded here
fine appetite and a ripe od ag~e, and who wias uppo.se
are someCofthc results ofthe uc tons o; Sfonice pTagr
of Tutt's Liver Pills. A sir. l ,. bet" ,a'itihaed L
dose will convince V;,: of :_,. u o.
wonderful effect; an. v;rtue. I DAILY MARKEI

A Known Fact. co..o.
An absolute cure for sick --- Janury ...............
a1h ,; I euru.,iry...............
ache, dyspepsia, malaria, sour arcu................
A prdL............. ... .
stomach.,dizziness, cor stipation May....................
. une. ..... ...........
bilious fever, piles, torpid liver July .................
August .................
and all kindred diseases. ptemi.r.............
October................
Tutt's Liver Pills .ovem -.r
,-pol cotton closed qui
dling uplauds ll-.ltoI;
15-14. ales "75 bales.
In the Author's Den.
"Joui." said the l...t's wife, "the GRAIN AND PR
coal's out." CHICAGoo, March 10.
"Well. this pot ui here has consider- WkAT-March .......
Io" .uiAT--May ..........
able tire i. it." uiAT--July..........
"A.li t!' A .'is :;nn l.:1 t.:i'"; u out the W li-AT--September ..
letr. LOnI L .11il-cUt. ......
"'All riht: ti., full me is ; our ; t u .- u ......3
Iid.'. I'*1 '..; t:t,i.i : ;i *".r ,i \,.'ll 4- i.; II. i1 iL ..\ t oil 'joll I UAib- M fArcf.... ....
cn .-t 1 ,-, :.l. OATS-,May............ 2;
UATS-Jittly ............
n t t.i :,i 1 i: U'. r .lit' t lihi-! '< t'.t O o Ma'O K r-. trcl ..
o:. :" t PORl.-May........... ..
(1., L. KD- rcly .. ........
, D :" ti w Maryc............&
~l :ir ;; ,P'! t L. t: i .\v ,- +! i 'i t A ,iL M 'i rch. . . . . ....
l. I : .n -Atlaua ly.........
L'ou :-tuit ::.
NAVAL STO
T (Ao .:nch to l1i,'cet. \VII.\1INTON, Marchi I
.. pentine unotlug (d4l inri; r
nut:,- 1T'f ,p.el p itilne q iet at (.. 25
iead aty it l.'o. receipts
StAVANNAH. Marcbh 1".
tine fir"m at 5.'3. rece
exports :L5. Rosin, 11n)
ceipts 1.546i. sales nonie; e
Elecerlc Er
In th' ltauritlr'V of an;
i t 1111. -.Mieh. t 40
o (f :gai irons have prove
iarly" a Ilptteil for Insan
10-. w here rioost of thev
the iatilnts. There i
.tellr settil g autytilig I
rIron. .rio d as they arei
= ,te.pir:att're they do
exercise of Judgment in


Plagu-.
ch 10.-The board
d that the China.
several days ago
d to have symp-
as. cid not aie o0
utrautice, wh:ctL
a Ct-hnalown for
uaItcd tuis water.

' REPORTS.
M.
?.b5 .... ;7.93

94.) .... 9.9
b 4 .... 8.4i
e 4'; .... .46
,t, : :: .... 8.;1

^7 .... 8.O
S .... 794
T7. .... 7.92
et higher, mid-
middling gulf 9

VISIONN.
or9N CLOU
.. . 5"
.... 65'/
.... w ,
.... 10.6 ,

... 36 ,
)943 .... a'


90 ....
....5 .^ 5


O.-Spirits tutpen-
receipts "2. Rosin
U6. Crude tur-
Srec-eipt I.. .Tar
-Spirits turpen-
ipts, 5); sales .oU;
thin_ doing; re-
exports, 1,497.
on..
SInsane asylum
rie' Irons Inst'an1
ed to lie p-ciul-
ne asylNitm serv-
work is dlone by
4s no chance of
o(n fire with the
kept at an eve'i
not re(liire the
changing them.


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T 0I IIAL II TUCIY IgREiL 3OUiE,



S. A. FRIEDMAN, Prop.

AGENTS FOR


High-Grade Liquors.
SILVER BROOK, PRIVATE STOCK BEN HARDIN SOUR( MASH.
VERY FINE; IFRIEDMAN'S CELEHR1ATED OLD PN VATE
STO('K. 12 YEARS OL); OLD SIL -K VELVET. KEN-
TVCKY'S PERFECTION O' PURITY. .ANI)
!.;OTS OF OTHER !IRANDP WH'CH
,:'ACE WILL NOT' ERMIT
'I0) ME-NTION.

go Tho Large--t atm; lI s S elected St cl: of i,,titl.' W ,l.kv a;::.
Wine'A for Family It e.
THE JUG TRADE IS OUR MAIN SPECIALTY.
"Als, A-.tt fr t I 'ainus Pab-t Milw;:ik, e 1 r. Fre'f Deli%-
cry to every Part of t'. ('ity.


P. 0. l;4x 41i,


PEN S AC 01,A. IFLA.


-THEH-


ALLIGATOR


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SALOON,


-z: OPPOSITE UNION DEPOT. e43


W. C. NORMAN, Proprietor.

Telephone No. 46.


--+-THE CHOiCEST AND MOST PSPULAI BRANDS F-:-


WHIEKIIE, WIE, 1:, CO4ALL,

:0 BEERS, ETC.,- --

IN WOGD AND GLASS, L RGE OR SM-IL c ,,.ITIE.
I'F'NNI.AND ) YE WHIIKY.

YELL VWV.s'ONK 1;YK WHISKY,
L AI FOR ATLANTA BRW.( COMPANY
CEILIEBRA'TED) IEER-K< .,< A li..T'j.K.


H. H. WIC KE,


Monday, April 16, 1900.
Plumber. Gas and Steam Fitter,


1:axv-:r.I of Vi Ik. -0. iTickv! -t l cI ooats. Iadipi4 Free. Free M- - 1 'P IW NOW 'EPP- W__ .1- W- 7
Ilouring th1e 'visit 4cf the (termlan til- Tran-praio nDmy
I44 -4 144 Euzal~and it *44, nrot keel that sli-ho, r~tof f ~uin.No. ISouth Palafox Street,
Li-' it(,t irtmp44 -,l iiin her 1-igli--h. Sb4' -AlUKind.3 o. Plumbing anld (ia3 Flt."'!-i Mat'triW4- i .t Mand
-;..-it With 44IVI41 ill~ielIT -'A With
1.44i~ kerI ;erfl14 a '-tt. The '-nirper1'4' IP dO"~-
,-n ti- 4. .11 -. 14.401, al.- U t e1t~ aI

Dr.WINGHOP&GO,, S. M T1196
Gal~-.(i. March "i-Dr. John W.
I. I A 'at 1rt1p4anIl'e-a'r, in 9 1037M Eu T HMI E


Hieat, y-a-cor of tnb First Methodis~t
church-. andi one of the mCrst prominent
iucin-sicrqrsin Gecrg;.a. Is quite ill at h~is
LI1!,! :12-I cit. 1Di. Heidi;it ws taken
1ui-- .1 -mia;morning. F"eb. L,5,
nn-i thi. L,-t-I confinedj to his room si aace
thaI iitt i!:.! l. ir 4.2 suffering frov- severe
nc-rr- -s tr.-ubhi--' and do-es no,, wend as
ra;:.(.hy as iis wxt!Ld.


E. PESTElSEXN,
o--l;
CRONIeS SALOON
o--lL:AI IN--'>

Impo0rte'li ad Domestic Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
JUG TRADE A SPECIALTY.
C- 'r Boplnor adur PD villiers Sa. PEN8ACOLA. FLA


f^lYAiAt.lA 1\ )ATi^t


.,EVERY DAY -,



HALL & KLEIN'S


Mammoth Retail Grocery,

502-504 SOUTH PALAFOX ST-,


Pr :.- N ,! l 1, :r,'- C ,rdi illy I ,vit, th,.ir In iit-,. '- k.



A. M. AVERY,
(80roMVesOrf Wy f i# r oW,)
IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF


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Eui uu i----u __-Ia r lw are,
ALL ORDERS SERVED ON SHORT NOTICE Iron, Nails, Azes, Shovels, Saw Mill and Steamboat Sappi1ea, Cookin
AT ANY TIME AT REASONABLE PRICES. and Heating toves, Paint, Oils and Window Glass.

Sooms fr Rent by the Day ek o Month. A te and Tinware andTinware aouefurnilshilg Goods.
31f, 312 North Tirrasona Streit, opposite Uii Depot. Guns, Pistols and FPshlng Tackle.
3 O-Telephone 68.---0 AGENT for Birmingham Rolling Mills Co=pany, Revere Glant
--<-GEO. WILSON & CO.,-.:--- Stitched Belting, Northampton Emery Wheel Company, Lattln & Rard
Don't Forget to Stop With the Fat Man. Powder Company, Johnson's Kalsomine, Iron Alar and Buck', Htoves
Dot ForetT o Sop t Man and Rangee. Wm. Coups A Co.'s Raw Hide J.Laoe Leather, MaNury's Ready
_ FRESh VEGITAPLE3 IEtIliI DIilLT. MOLEIL[ AID RETAIL. -- Made Railroad olors.


I ain't hilt will


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Coffee: Coffee!!
We call the attention of
the general public to the
fact that we hare one of
the best equipped Roasters
in the South, and that we
can furnish this delicious
beverage at prices that
defy competition. We also
wish to reniind you that our
Coffees are always fresh
from the Roaster. VWhile
others are old and have lost
their aroma, ours is fresh
and delicious.
New Orleans Grocery Co.,
JAS. M'IH G61!,
Phone 105. Proprietor.



GRAND ASTER BAt!
To b- (;iv(.n By
'HOPE LODGE. No. 2571, K. of H,,
I 'Jd F'vllow. lHall I .Varrington.


Chinese and Japanese
*-=Fancy Goods,--z.
FINE CHINA TEAS.
No. 31 fonth Palt'arx S.tr.''.


Laundry OllCsico


EX A.WJ19U.*.1E A I Brciml Jwcz=tm.


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4 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, MARCH 12, 1900.
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THE DAILY NEWS:
BLt*C'd at tbe Post Offce at Pensacola.
Fla.. a .second-cIla niatt pr.
OricKl: Pitt H uilding.2'll South Pala-
US street. up-htairb.
PI'BLI.IHE14 1Y
THE NEWS PUBLISHING 00.
Terms-rinvariably In Advance.
O Yeear by Mail I ,"
Three Montis "
Te NMonth h
Oae Wvek. h.y Carri-r. pa in 'h M:idaity 1-1

THE WKCKKI.Y NEWS8:
Publithhed every Friday at 'l. ", per year
Pata*ge free.
TELEPHONE NO. 118.
Adwetisirg Rates Furnishfed on Applicoaion.





PI0BAOOLA. MARCH. 12. 1900.


THx brilliant reception, by New
York'& 400, accorded to Mrs. Lang-
try hap inspired another of her kind
tbe Princess Climay, with a desire'
tOvisit New York ill the hope of t
Mimilar reception.

t4mME democratic pen-tion raider,
in cortgre- l have joined the re'publi-
can pen-ion agent- illn uriingi the v:il-
iact Talbert to withdraw frc.nI hii-
design of demanding a (Iuiorum for
the passage of private pen-iont bill.
More shamne to then '

SENATTiK iAR '- alIll-ndllllnt toI
the diplomatic apipripriati'n bill.
providing f r a gift of $'2*. ol 00to cx-
<4ueeu Liloukalani nof Hawaii, i-
right iu principle but tie gre-at i:i
amount. That -uin. Iive-t' d ill I .
S. bonds. would yield tt:r,-e or feiur
times the -uln niltiually r< quired to
suitably sui;,;,rt tilt- utlnfirtunate ex-
ruler for t!ie zelnait.der eof h,-r tat-
ural life-. .A -ii-i i of ioni I
".D.t o' a .< :,i W .uild I,,- ;i, I:-'.I
and right.
1-evin-in-g Aimenricanri hliijipin.
A careful -tudy of ti;, Anl, rica'i
Sllippitleb hill nIow lieiidinlr ill cl'-
gress lead-, Til. Ni :.N to tihe bell f
that It l41ia-1:., w.u!'l Ir-'.v,' c,-i' -
ficial to I'tn-ac',t.
It is gell-rally c. ,ir.-ded tl at it~
passage would -tii;la't. llnd revive
Americani sniip building. It i- al-so
conceded by int-er'.stud e:,pitali-t-
who have been here atind looked care'-
fully over tile field that Pensacola
offer every advaant'tgo as ani admira-
ble site for a gre,-at -hi!p building;
plant. and there, is .vet.ry iii.lication.
.hat if coiugre.s a .-.es tite pv ending.
bill Pen-acola will b>cel;lne i :reiat
fship building port.
6-enator Frye recently write- an in-
tt-:reti:ng outline of the chief leatuircs
.'f tljis J '-ll- :::d auii ,g otl'hcr thliuge-

it 1- m y op:: ,'in that tt,-, im:iL;, lat, -f-
fect of the pai--a, of lit liln will t. tl ;:it -
tnur ef it! !im i' >'-.trsi ;i." i' .r.!:i-cli':. Of
approxllian at i. tla t hil... I of ,.. w
*ip. lp r Am A :.n :. -t.i;yn: -, t : i-
t he e'ff -:,-lln ,.' :r e-Lil ] I,::i. t ll I
iradt at le- t. *** --fohl t l t tint i
largely nd it lj.-tini v i, ',. rti,.-. of

iprlll I ii t lt Xl T i l l% T 'I ;I,

.- l A. l to ha\r i.r > : :I'r 1 :r' i;I'l l I
I: fadualif lit J '" !:i"' ; .' ,:1
I to tlI l -' ii 1' ' i n t


A noti,-r autlli,,r;: w ii in fi.g
ver of th!i iill. 1 't1t- init!k' -trin .z
reasonsit wi.y \v. i',-' d A .\ ;:trilt'a
.;.:p.e fo,: n, l f-' n i -- i, ,i : tyll. tl .t '-.
a' follow-:
i. t l'ii t. ; I, ," t 'r, ' ; n e ".
:' n h i C l i i ,,\.. -: . ;s: iu',-
W 'I usu. p..; "^ of. t. Ll ]; i ..
,f doll tr-. ': tit -:. -i: l, -
in o h-r .in i,'' . t : '. -"
2. 1T1 p.o-.r:e o - 4 1 ii a-
it' tforeglin ntl. ; i :: - '.i -
In..
T. it-'ll. : .. 1 *
tol o l t' ,- ., : C ..

atos i.1 lb------------ .-
; '"l 1. \ '.'
It rstl u t, l :1I.i i .- ;I ,' - I - i
nti 'rn ali i'.rC l.- .;, C .. ; l ,
*ra c- I i -t *,-: : t
L>:I, hbirs l ,, : l, : i
iO:il e -trl i u< all -' t - | . t'i

51 ti lat-nt -' --. x > - ] 4 -
'dt it i ti>;. A. '1.. :. i .' :. :
c -rryimll v-'. r'- i - ', : i :- '- -. r '
lU .t
*.ar for' igtn oitiin.'- x-':1; tt. 1 i. -
i 1 dollar- .4) 'ini.'. :.' I 'ii'l - '* .1.
s a lu u a t ;i. .. !-... 0 ; ; **>: '. i' .** -
ttelli of o 1., .. \ i ". t. 4. 1 .
- l iu t 'i: 4 4"- ;.. : A i.. :.'; -
i l I.I
C. Fi' r lh I. ,iia ,l ,' i. * >' *" : .. .
a id for tth, * liiT ln 1-1.: 4, tialm > n 0- i. w r.i *.: p ,*,,I ; ",
iiam en tu! toi. :g- >' t'!i.' I ,-- t rI'!-.- -
a d tbt' ..opd -lxi2:;l i .. t ai .i Zilica c:. i
b to o ou 1 o i l. ;-.
f.. e'< ibo:.l;t io t * '. or in i stI t ti *- i Ir-
rvni onf our limpTor'ts arid ep.-xi'!.. .t .\e
aia nursery Tr the trallii:ic of ithei- %ip-
aad Utseamen of foreign nations--i:atlIns-


tat lmay. any timn,. .i-a.- usI in uair.
'. Forf rty. -ai- l ha- been the policy
ol thisJ atlon to prot- I'l Aii'i mierwiant nII-
daeuLrti a are contipelled to timeet ftreier,
r&-Lpsrtilion.bav. alo<::e our ship t:pit; ,:c
*a. Tbe result i" thtlia' o. pr'iti.ted i;-
daa rist are stronli and p)i.)tperou-. u h le
oar unprotected *i ppi:i; neak Li.n in.-
sigaicafint,ourltik o'f merchant ship;- andl


sides. subventions and bounties, the sun
ot twenty-five miliionsof dollars each yea
to the owners of their ships. C'ons:derina
that these sh!ps are tlult cheaper and ar
operated for less than American ship' car
te tuil arid op-rated, that fact. andt the ad
ditional help of the subsidies. subvention,
and Ihountles, renders unaided Amt-rical
comp-tition utterly futile.
:n. The same reasmonni that .iu-tily forelgt
national !u sub :td.ing and ,thierwie aid.
Ing their mner-ihant shipping-fir htie na.
tionail deferse-ustlitifis and Ir ake- itmper,
atis ely ne'-es-ary t.lat tb- IUnitel ttate,
must do likewise for its- wn protection
a.ide from the e -c)nomic aniit iofli-'rLiH
adantages inherit in native --b.pyurd
and Ii -it undane.. f ship-- laid cit,z:-- '-a.
me'n -iqual. to the needs of our fort .'ni caur
ry1ing.
An Honored Veteran.
If there is to-day in Flor:da one -mar. wh(
hti.- -*rved the public long and faithfully. il
1i Dr. John L. Crawford. who for man3
years has tirought to the- high office of secc
r-tary of state an ability and devotion cv
purpose too uncommon to be Ignored, tot
valuable to be discarded at the telventL
hour. The beat years of (his distinguiehed
democrat's life have been i.'vetn to the pub-
lie -service: and in all that time. ubatevei
the differences of personal opinion-what-
Pver the exigencies of factional politics-
that nitay have arisen, no man can point tc
one lapse from duty. one scant iibplcl'on ol
unfatiithfulUneb. either to the people or to
ute party of which this high-minded and
dexiottd democrat is so ditingui ned ai
In i il-r.
Such a record ii to be pr.zed--iuch ctar-
act-eristi.es are- to be wanRde the mout of!: andl
in urging upon tht, community the icltamis
iof 1r t '. wford to thle nomination ft r te-c-
r-tary of state this ) :t-r. t lie News bt-li \t%
It -'i ply 'V voi-S the .-etieullmernts r the v'.mt
nia ority of the people of Fluridn ; anld thl.at
htie thie derniocrracy of the state iSt ui,-e
more in1 convelntion i a-semihlt'. ini s inaiin
will I)e rect-ived in a nmanni.-r that will fully
dtieomnttrate the t--itilnation in whi-' i tan
fjti'ltil who-e put blic record, and wliho'-," Ill,
atid character a-re singularly pure' aind ft(;
fioin t.leni i. , is heid by thile c )niliimUli
'n tiii he has eiev,'il so long anad w-l.-.Ji-ck
-o,.vill K.vemni g News.
Every word of the foregoing et *-
qient-tt tribute to the character ,,f ionle
-tf thte li no-.t beloved ai.d (d-titi -
guiiied democrats ill the -tatI i-
l:eartily endoi r-d by "iTE N'i:w-:
Iiut it- truth d,- riot lead u- tio t:.-
'con lu-io r'tacticl ty i, ur -tet-tmi d
c iinteli'-,rary. thAt I)r. (C'rawf, ;,!
-L.ould t.- ml a lt, for t:,t fif:iI c .'.-
-t ciitive tilime. i' i- o'Vii -ucc'.--nr. If
thI r- i- any virtl'-, in the d inirc-..tic
dt 'c:t il,. ,*f r'latl ini in oIt.'e. It- p111 i
c'!.l.< apply with iIore f,,rc.- toi )r.
( raw ;,,rd than tio any ;-ilu l ,eli'i. i
S ,, ha.- ta v ,-r !i-it itlici'. itn :I -:ate
,of loiri.la.
J;.. ( i lawforid waV, fil-t I ZtId ;:i
'.-i to -tctc.-' d 1M r. lll,,x!aii. wv!;,,
held tihe oticer during t.e fir-t to-eni
under den:ocratic ruil. He hai- ber- i
r'--e>e-ct't d cointl.uouily cv-er -incl .
:ilid wtin ii i prtesenit teri;i ex.iii a
will have -erve i througlthiout tine i---
tirt- l i nod of t-' year--alin,.-t :i
quarter .ti a cet.tury. 1Hi. -;slary'
e-a:rniniill fr tile who!ite e, riod will
alLiutlt teo $;7.7-.(. Durinal a lar;F-
portion of thi-, period, hi -in. H,,:i.
IH. Cliy Crawfurd, lhas -ervt. in t' ,.
,lli'- I a hin-; -re tar*, r : -ti;z.-,
ti;erefr uiin. dtii-in. the t ;ht y.v-it-
,'". w i,:h t!i l Inerint ta' ini !. t'
I. ,t ki. a t, l f r t ii tw ,for7i.:"'>,',n1 ,
\\ ..'t-i h<- i ,I" w ;-. it ',in l I!i-t-.i 4 !
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Easy to plase
mood's Pills


I OKGANIZEKD CH ARI VY.
r --
g Citizens Arranging to Systeanatiz
e AlmlN Giving.
n A meeting of citizens was heh
s, Saturday to effect an organization ti
n look after the needy and to di-penri
charity judiciously. Tho.e pressn
at the meeting were Rev. W. E. Me
. Ilwaine, Rev. Fred. Jones, -v. J
7. M. Dannelly. Rabbi 1. Wag-iiiheini
. Geo. W. Johnsiton and J. N. Aln
Sdrews.
S Rev. J. M. Dannelly 'presided anu
3 J. N. Andrews acted a-. ,.-creta.rv.
The following form of organize
. tion was submitted to be acted upotu
at a later meeting:
I. Ti"ie name shall be. The Unitecd (_liar
it;tr s of vei-ic.ola."
2. 'The purpose Is to help the dn--rving
o poor to help themselves-. intd to p-rot-ct th
t comintillty against iimpo 1tion.
:;. 'i he uflh'ers hall be pr, sident. nic-
y president, secretary and tieaw.ure-r, wha
. shall ne elected annually.
4. t 'e iemtubersbip of this organization
shall consist of nil white citizens of tlii:
o city. regardless of religious sect or creed.
.5. That a committee be appointed to re
port at the next meeting as to the bet.-
d method of raising funds fur this organiza
i- atir.
r That a committee be appointed to be-
cure memter-, for this organization al t(
report at the next ineeting. said culnnilttte
- to consist of paittors of all the chur.lie3. t.
o gather with as many of their offlcia!l ineiii
ofrs as may choose to co-operate witt
t them.
0 7. That the committee on finance consist
1 of Kabbi I.E. E.%Ugenheim. Itrv. J. M. I anl
nelly, Rev. W. E. Mcllwalu and hev. Filred
* Jones.
*. Tnat this organization is not projoctedl
to displace or antagonize auny cLaltltaia
1 CIt fty tit' hecity, but to Isupplenent the
effortor tall n1ow Xlstilg. atu I toattetit it
ca-es of general ixntere.t. und further, by
reqlueitinl( that all calls or aid he referred
to tils organiti.ai uu in od er t- Iht priiier
invet'lgntion bet d t' nilde to p o.verh- ti Pi. iliebn>'
S against iiispostor .
o. lhalt %hlion we adiourrn t bi I. tilt'e-I
li,'-xt J:iur-.dity. .tarchl :.iii.it t Iiiti-,.r', li ; I
at 4 p. nl.. and thatt tht. ns- ofr. Io tio
church .- I," i t-i -lt.d i, t it i, a iw, i [iL,
neztiug fruion tD,.r puilp.t. Intxt .sn t lt, li
niol tj 'ri.'e i- tlen t lelntin. f ti,. ci.nlrci:rl-
hotti uteLi ;ind WOtnieli. tO lit tiId
The A.ppetire il a (;,,at.
I.; -vied bly all poor dyspelptic-
whio".- Stomnach and Liv-.r aret out of
,rd-r. All such should know tClit
Dr. Kili's -New Life Pill-, the won-
,riul Stoinach and Liver Remind v.
gives a splendid appetite, sound di-
'e-4tion and a reglilar lnodilv habit
that insiurem perfect healthtll tid great
etir Cy. Only 25 cevnti at Li ai Dru,
Store.
MIr. A I ti Ihr's, Iat-,t.
A. L. Wilbur. oif co0ilih Opr,'; f tw ,
:- reni-itered at the E:-valiillta. Ti fl
little minan with the bi,' (liailnl;(i- i-
;ilways looking f,,r .Soi;t,-t ii!:r. a, l
w ie ii lih ,t'c s it, I: tlw;ia vi, ld- a
i) ret urii f-n. 1 recentlYv'- t ecre fir
hi- two coinpali -s fr' 'Ii Mr. .1. J.
M tirdock. th lier'a.te-t act wit liin i tlie
il-tory of the vaudevile l ta: T. Tli-
-i-la-tiionl f the hour ill N '. York.
B.Ioton and I'hiladelp;ia. i" ;irl
with t!,e Atiburn Lockk-. :it ;in ex-
pi-p.e of $.-lo.per week for t!.. :act,
aloiiie.
In the eoilnilnercial n--- ,>f bi) araini
litntilng which is the I ill in :;il bii--
iiie,-. no exception to t1e rule -ca be
imadde in the theatrical iine. n& all
p,,rple are hun ting for lhi- value- lir
i little inoney. Mr. WVilbur. ever
aiiv' to the needs of th tliiir :in.l ni
want. heads thle theatrical li--, ftr
:2)I years of big pe:t Lo:;.i:,,-, for
-imaill pricc..
"I c'AIn' "ffor.l to t ik, i:::
,. la0nc-=., say- .r. r W iin Ii. I i:t.-t
J r b) .i ne.- iI and ii ; i tUid t- di ai .
iu-t. ill this balg .iin :-, :. v.. b'
valiios for little l ritn i.. I at,. a. t
satisfied ti rr-t on Ilin pas-t l- :i:'.l],
niliut beciut i hty,, (l'iin vii ::!l ,.Ir. l"
p'ip l:ir-pL ric ot'Er(t oil!i;ra '.;.liC it

;1 il 1.! i tr -t, to (lin t:hcit w ;i l 111 '; i. ,
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li Yo l 'ie E r frtit e t. i ii n . N-
ai- e-ll or -iwa l-. i l.!l- it >r.
pt ,' i ,**U ;it ,ll,, .e :1 i)t lt ,,, \IN. -

(lI. l.r ;it i ta .i11 w t .. I i '' Pti ti-
:i- we>v(ll ;,s l~l-t~iil'. ^ i, t .-it" t,,
I\ill r is te < -;) ,- toe i '-.I .f -' I -
-t!'l;.-. i ti 'r. fis lut st, I' ill-l le!'.
Sry I-)r v ic t Prii h, ..i ;.i'- .
i-'re l\ ia i<; i0 >r
():i T ile-dl;ayv .T hulf .r- i\ -. :: i ~:rt-
"o ri :,V -. fi *0 11 m 1 I n i, :,'. !; . : "- ,l
W Ill |I', \-;tcr .ll 'lt ,| I '1 .... ( i l. .it
t' *, ,,!, ,f ,.i" S, it," L o,.r ',, o f,
Hi ;iltti of ?-'lritl;t. .,. ". \V .- : ;.. i-
t nc.i'la -trl'ft. tPh\ siciat, '.-,f ":if ,i.v
:>V, kindly foi)- uti l t., pi. i ,in
"!i" -trvr .(t tl;,. lhour- Il: .
A ,., t.


I:
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i' I t tt rin r r nt ii
.i e i iin'.i ilted ,,; ..l :ni'- Ai -
11,'.i C'v .. I ." I *ri ,-' t\ l s

S Wil uil eP lt'!I. -int ..
(I:V 2 c'i.ts, S,:,i byv V. A. D.\1-
S* :I *: tilt i-t.

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


-! > 11, 7 ',!


Made in Pensacola.
.\I1SI.I :lY I'l Ii:

IONBONS AND H{(' ALL. KINDS OF HRITTLES.
POl COHtN SEA FOAM.
ASKl Fu01


(a1Y CiS


G(old Medals to HARPER whi-key
it New Orlean, & Worlds Fair C('!i-
S'.,o Try it. you will endorse thp
T A -.


LAST WEEK'S EXPORtTS.
Shipments to i-'Freign Ports' Were
Valued at .S359 >71.
The records at the customU house
show t' a five steam and -ixteti:
sail vessels of an aggregate toninage
of 18,lt0 arrived fioin loreiglin iort-
last week and that five steaimt and
six sail vesst-~e of an agzr,'-.ate teun-
nage of 14.119 cleared for fnorei.-n
ports.
'Tlie shisnients for tile w-ek to
foreign ports were valued at Si5J,751.
and were distributed as follows:
Itremen . ..S.
Rochefort .2
Main.che-ter ',.'.1
Rott-r. Uill r ,14n
OpoI to 13 :'
C'herbouirn .. 1 1-' 1i'
l'am pii't) 1 :;7.
Shapes. 7..),j
mwali sea 7.4-4
London ..... ..
Berwick .>5.7,4
T o ta l ..... .. ..... ...... "'.',


The items of export were:
Timber and lumber. s it
Cotton, bales ...... ......
Phosphate rock. t(on .
oal. ton- .


%442
CV~o


o Dr. Bell's 4 ouch Syrup In the beet rentedi
*for all bronui''bal af.reet ion... It is a grttt
riizs&nke to allow it coughi or ciiMv to runt (on
*for i ii ay de-velop ..riousi throat or Wlln,
ittrouble. 'Take Ill-. lull's Cough t~yrup al

Program for V.elea~s Day.
d Oil arrival of the last excursiou
train at 11 :341 o&cloek a. InI. next Sat-
urday the veterans, wearing badges,
will formn at tile- elatratice to tile
Chautauqulia ground,,, and Muarchto t
rthe Ainphii tleatrv. A~s s504)11 -at hr
veteran- ar- esettet. tIh pi-iistir. with
her uiaid-; andr thle ladises who aret- t
tatkl..part. WHi ci eti Iat thfe !idt andi

t1. Lor,*_i Metre hi.' I l,' rtl tl -ta i-rh


lto~por1C..by M. r.Cl)p-N
1. hitinl ird .:211d -12 ii i liv1-114)1 Li.
( trat ifiii1- Nfol i. .1 Ill,. A'%~ A aio
All paper?. publl~di~d wes:t of tie
1ll walilie rivf,! are r~q ne!lttd. to copy;


ilig. ti:atilt-littCe. are aill (all-f-d 114y
im11 prfe t't ii _osi:;'t '41.l'R HIcK1 IB!l1l-L fi,(*.Crr#f'r~t-' the'ii -4tierdvr- a
')i(t. ti v- '-titl):tulV(I ig4'-tet-dfood
;inld 1011-"'ths- '-t.11llta('. liver atnd
bow'f 1-.. F-nr -.det- .' 11 na l Br.,-:.r
%%ea at her (Cmiitiia (msI
Nonrmlua i r pre--niril-c4it-'r- thoe
Gu~lf'-tatte-- tr-dayi. With I 11 ttP,t lif
hii,2i iret-tll.central in the 1Ltkts r -

tlin tilil-rj''FM h.'*ouri vallr'v.
At it)a.i. it wa- fonggy at G t vii-;
")t rIl t elt iod%,in iith- extri-ii'*
N. ,rI iiwe It in all1 other di[-tricts the#
!.kie- are c~ear.
IDurllhz, tile pas~t 21 huiz IF..prc'ilwita.-
ti tit wa- limited ti) tht- Norilh At-
laniitic -taties and iupper I' 1!t.I.
.alild oe [lited at otlv six static (n!t-.
Tie teini peratutre iii a ri -e t ill t he
Nortiiwr--t anlui ha-1 Ciallgui hut lit-
tio in the(ilt- (tif ttates. Flinni the,
1,ake. region and Ohi o valle-y eat-
ward tu the 'oa'-;t it hias grown ed-
er. with thte tpzi)4criatui fon' e lljdr-
a141V 14'!li4Ait", rrteifIzm:rpoint.


A 'I hn.itand T.jsrgxi~e4
(*'.tld ii. ',extprr--tilet- aj,!ni.t.. of


C :, dir ,f t *. l':a.. c vn- i,h, r-

i tit x vx x ar-. !hadl nntn dr Ili.- a btr-


I~ i I 41 It InIx' cU I #.-t a I ; 4


Iir- I r. aw -- 0
) i-c'.ivi .* r :;t, xi.y t re,mld'o a t I
:niti '~ 1,4 'is 0 l Linti f e .
:. til l t).' it'' tI 1 0 f'te '-v1W


Room Mouldingiss


Pol/ 7 hii qt la l'l I athir,. (T *j
I n_.mtl.11o N 1. i N. 1'rilC


11'fl-so F fl/l 10/I/are. SIf0/i

Their prices (are lowf.. f/hill
,/(/IS (0/fcomlejltc, and1tiv '

iv 1o,iyZ l/Ic.t!Oi ~i


1MOUNTAIN MHINT TNIC.


of ob-cur' i yre iptltinl-.,ftell r-fertI d
to) other rt ait- hari tthe -tlrnlI h.
Byt. is- addition. it- virtu-- ;a-4 a
ge-nfeal tonic and itivi iratir ;iand
blood purifi-r, are iot inmpai:rpd ini
,hp l,,a-t. N'. bh tt-r i-dic'llrie clan
be found for the r li-f ,>f t,f di--
oatpes that are so ir val..I;t iit the
-prinzIi month-.
I tak- thim opportunity to thank


Investigate the Convertible Term Contracts

--rF TI1:---

Old Penn Mutual Life Ins. Cc

DAVID EDREHI r,



It[lliii Zoljii A $on.


WASH


f ABRI8


FOR


SPRING


-ORS PETT AS A PCWASTU



COLORS THAT WASH.


27-inch Silk (Jinghamx.
" 27-itch S ilk Uring h o w, .... . ................... ..... .. .
31-inch Silk F oulards. ....................... ............... ... .
31-inch Silk Finish Teaur I .'-- -... -.....
3;2-inch Zeptyr I t in iii-- - ..-.-.-..-. .. . .. .... .... .. .
27-inch Fine Check allnd Stripe (i n.: ........ ...... .
i ;;-inch Spring St.yle l','rc:a .. ......................
P attern S ilks, lino tw ,, ike .... .... .......... ......... .... .
' 40-inch Indi Ia l .i ,i n- --:.................. .....
2. 5-inch ('C he, k N ai i .n k .............................
100 P iec'es I)iilt .. .................-.
1 I P i t o L ,I :." ( :: ... ..... .. .. ... ...... .. .


Mattings.
;,,! It > l- iI ), n ;. -:. ; ,t'* ;_,- ... .. ... ... .. ....... .. .. .... ...
2 l i ::.t i:i i--i;:- -. l 'i-,,


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!tiillia i 01jlls 0! Son.





Buggies! Buggies! Buggies!


A SOLID CAR LOAD. Stylish Stick Seats!

SPI Pretty Phaetons.

1111 surrins; FU L I [StU ',,


Any and Every Style!


Top Buggies.


BEST MAKES, LATETSTSTYLES.


First Come, First Served; They Won't Last Long

Y, -': \V,. w ill A llw \, *> S.,mi ptLin t,,.r ti.i: ') I l .-J I' .
A ir 1 t ir I Fif:.- ;U -.




!Il"illiam oljii~ou A Son.




SPECIAL SALE





GRAY ENflAMEh WARE.

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1 ,nuart M ilk I .... ........ .
1 ii ll'rt l)r- p I'm l inil I l- .... 7 '
' ,rt L il i .l "i e ;,- .. -. .

,; \ l I s; k :.: I'. n -...... .. ... .. : ,
1 J i ,d i \V .l- t J i- .. ...... .. ,,-
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ientell


1 i, rt F i-hi P.i- .......-
i" t I --i-h 'ani .. .. ... ..
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t ."i T (',C>\w -r ,d I i k t .


G E RSON
107 Sonth Palafox.


ies


laII-.t Tol -Spae for 0111. '


80 L LCAS


&


CO.


We are Sole Azents For Who is Rader?
K;,v---r & A!ilmir ri'-. f .I-. .1 N.
Ke-!-r' rin ('d Clevelatnr \VWad 1 iPat: r He's the Laborin'
( F',, -. Fiin W all Papers. Full n I l '
n,, f i J. t. i (E.. ; r Man's Friend. He wiii
N. Palaflix. Phon'n,. -" 2f sell you Furniture on

The best 5 cent Cigar the easy payment plan
on the market is the Don't Pay $40 and $50
DURHAM. Try themat e,,r a.n ....
D'Alemberte's "r '


Havip Youir P~ninfiii


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, MARCH 12, 1900.


0RTTO RICANATTERS


The Tariff Bill Still the Political
Storm Center.


ITS FRIENDS A TRIFLE UNEASY.

A strona Femetor Behined the Messar
Is tIme r'hbsllpilne-Joe Wbheeler's
m+(.Wmu Ira te- Hnouse Secretary
lau >-' Troua em.


1\\'. : %,.; '. MarvhlCo. ISp<, ial.]-a
'l i'* I r :'to 1i ':ni ltariff till utliilinuls,
i., be tl poulij.i al stonriu c.'nter. \Vheu
the' toil! v.;i : lit 1to ti.- s4e ia ''. tihe
toim Ill At t t v, ;Illh it. I'l.1 tlh<-.', arl'e a
tuisI,' T ,,1 '' -tl',"ltttan\ ''-< w olt, I'' still
1','eling hI I *ifo'-Ts ot lih' t lstormll. whose
-'t:lg -. .'.'-in ; I:,rl;ing r .al-nit It |ilopular
branch t s' ri*'-. \'l. o xviuld liave
tI o 11 .illt :' kI'd OInl mlil'' !,il' of ioll-
grt-%s. ) [it 14i1; li 1 < i I V, 4 1ld
ha.,' ki, .,, ii, 11-u- a If l Ua i un
S -.'- \V"1. it < ,'-!1 a.- s' .1,,n .' i,,ople
1.- !I .'\,'- i .h 1 fi;;'n i! ot ti.'- ,'n< nl bli.-
ii ;- i.. i it o o f RtI- of t;.j! lo.I t:
.1^ o tt;.! Tli, ,,ul *' T i. bl>, <':" unll'-
''-i in l ti t .-1i l ; I- lee- nn:-
v .i ^ ;' !.. i.ta !;:* *:i 4 .- :. 1 I 'll I.ill
nl' i l '.- ul :l ..; .T l I. i : 11 ;' Iii

St .!- o I in t I..; i 1'. .1 I ; <
t1' 1.'l. t1 i' ', t i7i '. t, L ,' n '7. ..t! sr
; ':.. 1 ,. \' .. 1n ;, il l i 17 . ,.: '- :' 1 :

ii'. T i * : -- ;I : l :. : ., nll
li .a I,1- ; ', s un ;,i\ l t l,,1'- i''." ,

Is,' s'hn; lng,. ls 1 ;ll't ,'1 Int' l I l ,t !r :el: ;',i !. l'l

Wadl-. in fav tor s4' it i 'a.'ln tln,' I 'i!'.
It Ie lHrall the l'hitllpippln'-.
AltilnlZ it I:H, I,'n. I '- itlln'd I before
that th,-o Plhi!ip,.n<* annm ilth-ir iprodi,.t
art, ri-ally l .ii'.,l lf- P 'orto llt,'an I ill.
there is a phas, uof the iali'r ntit ge;n-
'rally kllou*l. It,,publIH' l hIa fa 'oitl i cliii,'iain.- Lo. -itIilt :" ait-.'
t Lat thiti' i\tA au in tasy f,'' -*I;
amotig Ilthe wot)rkiiiguin. Vin\hile Il'ere
tls very l;ttll' ftar of a:n inttux of
Malay lal'r., tl,.'r. ua :a <1 'i'le' l iin-
Ip,-.e-icu t Iilt in i :s' fr'<'- ;r.a with
Ilhe- Ilni:ls.- ~!,ih.nl Io. Idoptcltl a< a
Iolicy lati's i;an:ufaci t iriuii '-ta lis.l-
Ili, n ; w tz l" ill 11141 o g ,4.- S -

'oliain t le. itillt- iniis \ n tll .\iin es.'ri'
inadl.' omod. 7ln h'ld si lt at1 .\ill l l'i .all
i atill. ainl h'ili i t h, li' .\i!n .t'-;iIn ti:k-
ingi.tllili tf ';;ei'| vi; ':n T'I '. tu ; illrt
<'f tis- sn-n' \\ a'. ii' ',h t-, d'--,-t l. ,nt; it
e ,'llT lin f;'-;.: In pu l l.',':.. r,.; ndl. -
S .,1 up, n It.I I't t fi : n I.: it li
prsin htIf aefretad ih


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i I ':t.l JIn- i''l*tl~wnl .1 atll. nsI Inn'
t l'lI.-*'. w4 uidd n:1 ne I In I a -
.'r- *.V It' 'm heI\s' .-' W1 n. ht'n V i !- ,I
-Ad .-fn? o t 4m'iyxiunior*.ain. .v 1n,1-h !-isin u i oiiw

'Nt : lns'u l in"it ljis uwotiwnieof th''
'lngtn't''e I i a .1 ul~t re I
t41 t in vc't a .m'ior.n ,Ind 71.4.g %
rintr a v sn'. M' nlstxfln'4 It~.*'\x 1 w n
i'.s~t~t' i It '.I;s'a Ilnb 'iI inir

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I .. -' -7


ntad tw',n told that'tthere were no va-
"anwuit.s and why it was their men were
not Iappo)int-dl. To ca'lh and all Mr.
Ilay wearily explained thle situation,
at thi' same tmns. wi-hing The Con-
i'',sitl:li Re-,rd had ll' '-n silppress-d
71 ,!;i; ti', <'ana xd ::i (-Omnsul', wer'e
.".d. AnTH it W. IDt's.
A t Prater G-ts I Wol Y. *'ar.
CALIIOU.. Ga.. March 10. -The jury
ia the AtI Prater case returned a ver-
itvt of guiity with a recommendation
."f mter"yr. Before the judge tDassed
.,.-ateno- Prater's attorneys nad a con-
.,.tatmi. with the prisoner and agreed
*4 a VetrdlCt 01 guilty. for sentence.
42'atust Prater ,'n the remaining three
*aes. Judge Fite sentenced Prater to
-erve two year' sentence. tae allot-
iuent of tine being as follows: For
teaiuia norse, one year; buggy, siz
;inou:ih; harness, three months, and
liridile. there mo mths. AdI the above
srtic e. wer. stolen from different par.
if', I making separate bails necessary.
KIlleft Ilit Nm't10hbor.
s,' TnL';l" .Y,. Ala., March 19.-Sam-
elT Ltde, a prominent farmer and mer-
hbant at Oik Grove, iu this county,
iaot andi killed W. B. Johnson, a mag-
mitr&ae, at that place this morning. Tiue
men were next ioar neighbors and cloe
frieus i. Lde says Johnson assaulted
L' mi:e.


LIBELS ON WOMEN.
WV(Icn a s"' ''' .' I"'nks. a caeo,
* -,- dy \v:.!nts ',* ':: :t.. it.
If a ci;'l of It ; s1!, ti.1 g: i li r nie as
';. 's1n:i' wo,'n::i.;;i V n, ,li . L- .' i ct k'' lthaln :thit."
W\Vhn a lia:.In ;::l.s fthe priv'i!ten? of
ltoking a u1"n(Ul iI4 hi ome, his '.'mI n
flIks s:'y that it is to tiud somnetlhi ng to
rumbleie abeut:'.
Vt:ein w w'.rant fa i1 to I:."nko ioney
,*y 1 t1:inaglin a church e!inti:taiinen nt'
:.!i, ri.;:nards with suspIteon thie i :1I1n
who vold tlickels at the dlnotr.
We tave noticed that when a child
;1:!s a sirart another It is often quoted
nA. saying smart things. In short, we
believe that mothers make up the
suwart things credited to children.-
At,'hlson Globe.

Itules fi- Lent.
All the faithful who have com-
;dleted their twenty-firmt year and
who have not begttin their sixtieth
.- ar. and whoare not exempted frcit
hf- obligation of fasting by Aickne.s,,
:;ald work or other well known rea-
onis, are obliged to fast on all the
avs of Lent. except ttudadyS.
On tliose days but one lull meal is
allowed, which i should not be taken
before noon.
Cu-toni allow- a cup of coffee, tea
*>r thin chocolate, an aa .minall piece
of bread or a cracker, to bi taknu in
trt. inmonillng; and in tihe eveniin', a
collati'ini. not exe'etdint the fourth
;part of nu ordinary m:.l, is allowed.
At tL.is co'llation. butter, ch *ese,
n'iik,.e-gs and all kinds oI fruit.
ti-h a nmd vezrtable- ;r>t' allow'i!.
\hXni i the l Ir:!inci;al :iimal c;atIunt
witImout l'rave ileIIconvellinelt )e,
(al;ln at t!0ooi, it i- perniisi bllo- tio
take the collatiion ill tt0.0 lloiniut:g
and tihe dinner ill the ev-iii! .-
Ab-:inetice lrain thli u of ll"-
is lnj sined otn ;ll the \WVledn<'doa- -
and l"riday,' of Le'-it ini'1 on the Sat-
arday of Em!, .r Week and on IHoly
-Saturdatiy.
I li. u-c of l.rd i- allowed in cnook-


Fis-h and tis' ::r not, al!low-d :!t
ti lne l : '*-al. v 1'-i : i S: tnd s:t n .
1->='s. tch,- 'I'I. itilk and butter may
he ui-d evt ry ti::v. but Nhstint.nc,
toiit -aIll of ti;e-- r cI'-'innli dl+ ,d n11
(,oed Friday.
Persons exemptld f.'iii ti', old'-
Mati on t1l t1 ,.. .11 r n ;nst bI n.it:d I;.
tlti l,-strictior ,f :-it,4 nr, t h,'
onee a d:y eon t,.t i l.iy- i:1 whn "i tthe
I'0 *'*i lm .at l-l p. l itt'ed by ili-pell-
sati,:..
t'.tti I n11 over *- v.'!i y-''lr of -lage
ir, I.,umi Iy t! l:t. v ot :abs'ti;w'irl e.
tl'--i xci -Vu d ty' -'**e w ii 4r otter
catises.
r E' l p.ischal tin:'., iIl whicIt ail
(':,tll'_ltc- who toav I t:oI, to the
"+ a-' ~i: di.srelti,,n ;. l bouitnd toe r"-
., iv holy comllitl.vni"n: wolthily. 0x-
tend-' from the ,'ir:.t Sunlay ot LUiit
till Trinity Suinday. inclu-ive. Chil-
,dren! ,ver s-veoI years of ago ae-
bound by thie precept of annual con-
fesion. Pa-tors and parents should
e- that the children comply with
this duty.
I'he holy -eaaon of Lent is a time
of pr.ayer. of sorrow for sin, of seclu-
hioln from the world an d it-a anuse-
utient$, and of generous alinmgiving
By a -pecial indult ;rianted to the
hi-los)4 of tl e l' :ited State's for 6t-
'"ar, r latituz frin Mr.rth 1I., ln.'i
w.,rkilg pe ,oie, wht c:innot e.-t il\ ,
.Iloeerve the c'-iimzln,,' law of the
c.'turclh. are' dia;,n-e*'d fito)i tIl.- ob-
t;l..itli0ln ot .thi ll:t-!nce' osn al; l (daI S f
''i, year ex.x-pt lF'r:d'-ys. A-h
\Wddn-lday. Hol,ly W\Vt-k ai:d C'l.ri-t-
,:t:- KE v,. "I't.is i- i.-:I ti,0 doe-
,oii t ,'X,-lli 't fr,,nt t ," e "id~ll14 til)
liza'.otlt ot f.'tizi:. W li,'in' .ttl t h x-
i-ts. inr (m.),-" it :titl 'in 'iz tli, u-,' if
S.i-t aind tl tinQh ;I: tn-" .]!- mlzleal. It
:,' lold-s. IoweV l.11 t o4, ly t :o. i: Idl-
.iitAi:l w'orkin-'n 1i v.'!i Sn f:t ,onr it I-
.r:i"t, -.'i ai tti i.t- init.r- of t. ,'.;r
.Ma1ii t'- s w.' ne : 1. In ett r-: it i'. t+x-
.. red Ithat ths,- w!.o avail tlilimn-
- .'-* t is ind lt lil eind-,avor to
'. .t l.--ut lby v ,i !!ut.r-y ;Irt's itR1 n r-
*:i,';tI,:i. [,,. rta'ce ;i:,I. a. in-.- iviiin :. A
: .-t ;>,i' i--w ,,r :' rli..t il i.; tl:at oi
t'-'ii:tl: sdlm i..: ,-i.ht froin -'t.:,:u

l'l' .'- 'o n, :'1 : i .! n ,' r, ,~,:-n
, m, t o : : tt ., l ,! ti n
i-; wr itb) t ti;; <.,\ ..: t t. ; '; y t ,

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l;;-'..;, ,,(if oiNljt e.
iM o1.I'.,. A ; i l';. Val:- -'> 1 -".


1,,, ar- d of h- .1 ofs ~


x iitrphy-ic.iani are cordially
D. W. MOMILLAN. M. D.,
Prf~iaiunnt.


ORCHARD AND GARDEN.



~~~x ~ : Ov app O *ategroitutidotie year


:1.. tio.;
Yx anl crowd! fruit trevq ormly at the
risk of goitting n reeiwd crups (if under-
sii:nnI. iIvterin: fruit.
'Mwit (of the small! fruits are less unfa-
th.aM nor iittimnt'd Iby a shady location
thmkitchen n'getalnles.
Pear trees ri'tiftto fcrd and] the soil b~e
strong fland retcrntive. n-i r.-:l as thorough-
ly drai~nel.I1.4wneality rnubt largely deter-
raine the r.riet ior-.
All d.-nil. (1.es or fntiltv lirnbs
-ih'lI It#di cut off irtfraiit and miiana'ntal
i tre'-. tiit only fuir ti-e liook, tmthI!? nh as
a protection ag~ains.t fntho~r tdec(ni.
Tlhe l.)n,7vnzi an relmia iis kfpt in vulti-
v.)t to ,n:mnoI a rrojn t~ik. ii off tMe'grn'ator
Iu...~the list .'ss,:tv !.nr lils'j al itarnur-
it.!:. Ntm. is.1 ag )t)(1 tialoto zij'ply the
*.iLl .

THAOUG,-HTS FROM RUSKIN.

1 .. t 1. -t :e is i"-itatln; tif)form

-o;:. fl1:'v'e- lot( rrrii ltti

Cw:!r~tlin i;ever 'lote



..'hi 1,n in.':.....u r ;It t ivat Ins .nil.



!.t~ r~.!:iLa tir.rn yis'a
11 I-T VI'' Iv I'...




PLANT LIFE.

All gum lien imng tri-s~. or vnnifervrs
ar'' hsn''iltlealthfuil. since tiey give
out great quantities or ozont'.
Japanese florists have stwee'eded in
ornlttvatIng a rose which looks red in
the sunlight and white In the shade.

TO THE~ PUBLIC.
I have just ree..ived a fine lot of
all kinds 4,-)f andinps. and -wil them at
vo-rv ro-aQuinable prices.
14.'M. L'irge. 25 centst ner pound.
Chocolate Drops. 20 cents per
pound.
loomultan Mixed, 2 pounds for 1-5
All Fanev NMixpd Candy. thA hest
ve, brceugivt to Pt'nsaeolat.at4O0cesnt=
pt ; pound. Call and see for your-
vifIf.
T'hey are fresh and fine jki!-t from
.h4-p vines. C. APOST L E.
"4jlIni

(vinforta ble mattresses,
pillows, etc., to fo with you,'
newv fumritw'oe. Yout can
buy the whole oud/it fromn
I1a~rston, 4-Finch.

WIL1UML" 41CIRIEDUILk
FOR STEAK DIV1P;ION
"E_`f1AVOLvtA ULECTRIC TXIAMINAI
IZAIUWAY 4UOMiANY.
Trts It-awe Penpacoist for tbe Littit,
1a.,,u. PaIrnotto BLi-acb. WarriDntgon. Nav,
N arci and Iio ort lia rrancau at


Young O irs

How easy it is fr young
girls to into the "decline."
They eat less and less, become
paler and paler and can
haridydrag through the day.
They aren the steady down- 9
ward course. Iron does them
no good; strychnine and bit-
ters all fail. need a food
that will nourish them better,
and a medicine that will cor-
rect their disease.


Scoff's Emulsion
is both of these, elegantly and per.
rnanently'ombined. TheCod-Livr
Oil makes the blood richer, and
this gives better color to the face.
The hypophosphites of lime and
soda act as a strong tonic to the
nerves. Soon the weight increases
L the digestion improves and health
L returns.
At :il drugtr its ; ,o. and :i cs )
'iCI IT & LUWN L, Chcanstu. Nt' York.
I.& .. I& At -f -.-I -" -4 A


"I think I would !l. crazy with
pain w re, it not f,nr 'shimin 'irliin'-
Pain Halmi," writ.- Mr. W. H. St:j-
plton. Hlrinihi.. Pa. "I hlavoheotn
af: hlited with tr(-umnat i-in foir several
year ;an'i have t; ied rein,'Ji(- witih-
tiut inlwinr, but Pain B:'.m i- the
lb,4st ime f."
(i a;pl.lication r'lijv,'n ',* p- irei.
I*'. -;.lb hy Hannat H r,-.. 21 S. Pal-
:,fs x -treet.

J. 1. Stophen.! hat- a iarz:r as)ort-
m1lt of Solil St-i, ti n ,, ilver and
Roger's Knive;. Forks a-inl Sp-oo

Convention Call.
The -ixteenth annual rT.Petintr of
tho Woman', ( 'hristian Temperance
1'nion of Florid-., will ie held in
(Gaimneville. April 3rd. 4th antd 5th.
T'lihe first -r.--ioin will be' at ; p. m.,
of Tue-day the third.
Mits B9,ll- Kparney of Flora.
Mi,.n., will give the convention, ad-
drn-., adding interest ti the occa-
in. A I.I '.: C. I RioWN.
SARtA J. Gi.ENN. Pie-ident.
Record iog iec'y.

Buy your wife one of those.
handsome Parlor suites'
'rom Marston 4' Finch.



DRINK LION BEER!


VIDAL & SMITH,


" PERSONALITiES.
j Governor Stanley of Kansas employs
Sno stenographer, preferring to do his
own writing with a pen.
v Judge Taft. the new head of the PhIl-
Ippine commission, is .5 feet Dli> Iluh ,
high. with a full quota of fli-sh for his
height.
A photograph cf Oon Pa.l Kruzer.
taken 20 years agn. sh -wws l:iu; wi!ih a
face innocent of all lrn.s and a b"ar7l
like that of Glad. ,'ni'.
Cougressinan (':1,"s ._;r,-svenor r>
Ohio is very fonil of .r's,. and gencral-
ly wears not a Itid. itt a full blown
flower, in his 1n:ttonhlnt..
Alan Arthur. isi n of io latt' presi-
(lent, fintlig that his incoltrme g,''.s far-
ther in Europe tlan in this countryy,
has practically expatriated hir.nielf.
William C. Whitmo.y probably ha. a
lnrger number of .xpon-;.ve hats than
any man in New York. '[hey are ina I."
to his order, and he devotes :nuth ti;:7e
to their selection.
Rev. Samruel P. Ia'n:a(p of Maywooil,
Ills.. claims to Ibe the originuator uf the
Intercollegiate dl bat'o. lie brouulght
about what lie 'ays %as the ilrst < f
the'e 27 years ago.
(Collis I'. II% ;iutn:t..n i l .u ,!n;.g a
new cc.untry he r:-.' .:t::r Ix;s Angeles.
His fine collh'ti. n of !r!i, '!i.''-s i' to 1.'
taikt'n thorn ::!'rl v. :11 in', tlr',\ n open to
the pI1( bli. c 0:1' a V, k.
T 1, re''j r;eld insa!:tint of 'Viilin~n
S 0:.1iitz'.. thl" ce!:t' s x. r.'. r"'i'al:; the
fact that Paul ?!,ari;l.y. thi' i;. ,-t la-
inous pIlayer in tle lhi.,tory of n lt' o;::mn.,
went lInsI;ne several .TI n rs r ,l>fo;r, l.is
d,*-ath.
It is said to l't, th'( d -it'e of Presi-
,ilent I>iaz that IGnr :i': l I B rnairdo
lt'yes, his .oew t:jin !.ter (f wa:r. shill
n.''.eC l;d hl i!: as l'pr.'.iinli't of M~eti'so.
GeOr.-l l's,'s !;as l,eel i giovernjr nof
Nuevo IAtn.l.
SFeme one quoted to Fonator Ilanna
the other day Thaekeray's remark that
mankind was divided Into the bores
and the bored. "True." said the sena-
tor. "and the former live longer. They
kill off their victims very rapidly."
James Charlton. the retired general
passenger agent of the Chicago and
Alton railroad. Is one of the oldest rail-
road men in point of continuous service
In this country, having started In 1847
as a junior freight clerk In England.
Two members of the present con-
gross began life as sailors. Each was '
a New Englander by birth, each ran
away to sea, and each finally made his
home in California. One Is Senator
Perkins and the other Representative
E. F. Loud.
It Is reported In the EnZlish papers
that the queen is so pleased with the
pomp and splendor with which Lord I
Curzon has ruled Indma that she in-
tend. to decorate him with the grand
cross of the Order of Bath. and. fur-
thermore, shie will giv I hlis wife the
order of Victoria and Albert. a decora-
tion wi::'.,l: no Amnerint':ni woman yet


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Sole Agents for Celebrated YELLOW LABI:: :r.

Z--other High-Grade Whiskies.-:-+

PROPRIETORS OF THE OFFICE SALOON.


F.C. BRII i N-


Wn. K. -R. it.
".t-'l r'r.


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NV % 1 1 'No-'t'''it


First National Bani'

OF PENSACOLA. FLA.

ZX3 ZICMC'Z'OgJ
WM. H. KNOWLE8, W. A. BLOUNT, F. C. BRENT, W. K. HYER J.
D. G. BRENT.





SN"We draw our own Bills of Exchange on Great Britain, Ir- r*'
Germany, France, Austria, Italy, Holland, pain, Belgium, ussia *
way, Swedcn, Denmark and other European countries.

WO'Veesels Di!bursed upon the Most Favorable Terms, and t' :
Obligations Taken Payable at Port of Destination Ten or Fifteer Day.
after Vessel Arrives there.
'Safety Depoit Boxs- for Rent in Conneotloe
with which we hawe s Private Apartment for the U-
of -.eu tr.


Cold Weather
Coming. S-..ni :
orders i1 l I 1*t n inlt ytinor tili i".f'
Soln' Itnap arrives. W' will en-ul
be.t c atl .vou catl pros i-ure for it' .. -
for heaIting lpurii .e.* at r.a. otn'..", tt

COmpso9, Olseq 9 dc.
Seva t r- in

Coal and Wood.


Telephone No. 147.


4 iffjl v -untt :d Nim iI: i4 F: or'.rn i'.t
awlntiRnilroadnlM '. "


THE ORIGINA&L-


S T liff


A. B. C.


BEER.


V. J. VIDIh, Sole Wholesaler.

Lt0 I l0 I IuI1. BIBIDIES WillES, IIPOTED E ID D 001
Paul Jones ani Echo Spriis eicbeNatl Whiski-
Sit I BITTR I Off t lT C leRY TlC.
S PHONE 134. : : : : P.O. iHWX .-P7
-a JUG & FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED
Fre DI) llivery to Any Part of tb, I'ty.
WVBAll orders left at The OBMee. VidalA&i mith,waill c.
attmadeel to.


OUNN'S


Fri~lor~lenlby rallPn.'i j -a:. tin on
olnly' 17.etr ab'l-jutel t' inire"n' It 'itlt-

Geo. Pfeiffer, A~gent-,


Try It. 06a iap at al.;1~s



TMEATY UII IVE
I I w :.I:.'!T1 in-r nI fr-.'7 I'
''7 I ''I.'tv, tvi 2r k tin
ot I I nne;7in1.


d M. .. I ,n t i :.'; L-..X A
w 'u !nt II ,1 nt I LAi1:41t:. f I

lint' ('.-t min -11 Ali-,W.'..tv absi w
F.inr f:n.r in f i' '


S, and' i rtd' e-.
0 111 'r:..cr N'aina i i Ian al r ra vk -


HOTEL


rDN EUROPEAN PLAN.


lials L

25c E


Restaurant Attached, Open Day and Night.

O'1''TI-'. I' H{ AND GAME OF ALL KIND- IN S..--

Special Orders at Any Hour.
RATEr':- ; : -I .1, to !.,- per Day. \LOD C-I'
,15 ansd tI1 S. Southin l'.lafx Street 'Pensa-,la. Florlrda / 25 an( .50'-



4JOHN PJ RDY.::"

Foundry IVachine ShopS,
CENTRA. WIAiF, COK. J 'FiEKSON A:1ND PINE .:'TV;I -


Telephone 346.


Pensacolai. "a-


PATrERNS., ('AAT4I'N-;-. LUMBER TRTCKS, SMALL.
Car XI:oeeIs. W'.i 'J anid Ir'n Pulleyq, Hanserp4. Bte.1.
factured to Order in Fir-t-Clasi, W.orkmanlike MNn' rilC:
ble Rates.
1~mmli,itnme in. .f. 1&...... ua s..m


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8 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, MARCH 12, 1900.


PROTECTED BY SOLDIERS.
Sheriff Net Peresatted to Serve War-
rtsas oa Powers sad Davis.
FRANKroRT, Ky., March 10.-Secre-
tary of State Caleb Powers and Captain
John W. Davis. two alleged suspects
for whom warrants were issued last
sight, have not been arrested.
At 10:L0 a. m. Sheriff Satter took the
warrants for toe arrest of Secretary of
State Powers and Captain Davis to the
statehouse and was admitted to see Ad-
jussnt General Collier. He informed
General Co'her that he desired to enter
the executive building for the purpose
of serving the warrants, and in the
same of the commonwealth he de.
handed that he be permitted to do so.
General Colier refused, saying that
acting under orders from Governor
Taylor. nobody would be admitted to
the executive building f r an indefinite
It is reported this morning that Gov-
eraor Taylor has issued orders for all
eate guards who recognize him as gov-
ernor to oome to the state capital at
onoe and stirring ties are apparently
not far ahead.
R elublltaLi Offillal to London.
Fi:A .\KjRT, Ky.. March 10.-There
is a epcrt ihat Grvernor Taylor and
other Republicaun tate officials will
leave today for London. The police
lined up on Bruadway in front of the
statehouse today, but they made no de-
cisive move after beini twice refused
entrance to the building for the pur-
ppee of arresting Secretary of State
Power and Mr. Davis. Sheriff Suter
at noon began swearing in a big force
of deputies to aid in arresting Powers
and )Davta who are supposed to be un-
der the protection of the militia in the
statehouse.
It i- very :ird to -' !i*1 idly v y : 'd
-..** .tir d anr .:,-- -ui ,.r w ,i.! :a .t(t-
;nrr tte arrival ..f ti ,.. t<'t 'i . A n
Allany i N. iirytiia: c ll.-J ;,t ;ia
dlriL: -tit'+. tl..-r,- f,,r ;i 'lci"or t"> .>n,:s-
;tild * til- ert:id ;i -u v,-ry -''k
with croup. N,,: fiid'n( th) (o .tor,
in. he le 't wi-ir f,,r ..:ini ti c-.!0. at
4,ti(e a bottle, of ('IriCmb-rlain's (',t.h
Remedy. which i tL. ipe-d w -ome reli-f untitil the, d,tor -uhiiuld
airrave. Iti a few tiiir- hti re-tin itid,
saying th- d Ictor uted inot romei. M-
the child was iunic hb-tter. Ttli
druatre-t. Mr. Otto Scholz. sa~is the
faminily tha. -ince reon'tilfntidl d
Chaiibe-rl in s Conui h Reitrly to
their ne-igtihori an id fri- nd-s niiil hhe
has iti constiat tdemantid for it fr.mT
thit owrt if the caoun-ry. F'.r -il.-
by H-tlan l Brus. 21 S '.uth 1'ilaf.ex
-tre-et.


llenson Conv.tied of Murder.
CHATTANo ,'(;l. Marcii 10. Jerome
Heason was tolay convicted of the mur-
der of T. N J:net, a prominent citizen
of Walker county. Ga the first of last
January. The jury in the case, whica
was tried at LaFayette, was out ten
days and reported a verdict of murder
in the first degree this murnaig, recom-
mending a ife sentence.
Mother and ('hild Uadly liltten.
LoniviI.I:. March 10. Mrs Lae
Freeman and her c-year o l son wViilie
are lying at their home. (26 East Breck.
inridge street. n a serious condition
from the attract of a vicious dog be.
ongoingg to Eggieton Minur. a next door
neighbor. '1 he dog is supposed to have
been mad. loth victims were terribly
mangled.
Time ay UIe bxteuded.
WASSoIOTON, March 10.-Whi:e the
state department has not finally ar-
ranged with the French government
for the extension of the time allowed
'nr the ratitication of the pending
rench reciprocity treaty, it is said at
ne state department that there is no
nabt that sooh an arrangement can be
affected.
That Trotbbing l-adac(lh
W1,.uldi ,nekly i.'-iav y,., if you
i. *d Dr. txin;Z*- N.,w Life 'ill-.
'1 hni-.tinl- of -utf* f r- h.avio proved
:tieir inatcil.-. mo-;t-it for Sick :a d
NNervwu. HIf ta(aeh.-. T' l-y ilak'
";,lri ro ,oi t' d.id t;, \,,tr li-;al' .. ;i-v to tunf.
h"."k if not ( al -.ijd tj \V. A.
I) .A l.i. l r ,.C, l)npr.:it.



^^ \ v l~lt, -. I .1 11.11 ~t .. .. ,
W-',.r, t :N y.

Furniture at all Prices.
W ar -wllin: dwriiiir rooin tathl,>
at bt r;rg I, ptl'o '-; .tl- -tovav l)..l
-prirn>-. In ;tttilln -. kitctheni -af.--'. A ltaid
kithetri nniti tit- witi hbre-lud harpl-.
h!I'- t lA *-'ir. ltI J di w T.r-. fr
" it'l n u t l ui'n-ll- ilA t,i l wArr-.
< '11 i t.1 1 X:t!1.1'1- ti t it' () a, M
P'ry.r', |;.ri.r i:i tr irot Howu- .

DURHAM Cigars are
the finest 6 cent smoke
Try them at D'Alem-
berte's.


To tWe ,adie5:

Anyone interested in
new and nobby gar-
ments for Boys' and
Children's wear, should
call on RAce's represen-
tative at Merchants
hotel.


#.I h(,ind,,'s .,i"a l i rniti,*a .
. ,fars',,n '" Fi"',-,i ",:'," ,i
ifU II 'e .'C foc.' f/o r 'ou t, .''-
r rt/ rom tnd it t Cati'/J /a flm ents.
Try THE Nl;\ \Wai.: CL 'uit..


MARITIMi.


AR iRI s K.
Snart Pr A Ulat, 1%%W, I (. U.-nfu~--Ir. to
4suit Tranzit (Co
Nor A Ra::-u~t. N inrten-. h-fr





AT -.[FAP-AST:%l.
N'tir bt, -No ra. :.% '4 .k..n, Lt-n d o n.tI,
P.Iat ok .1 a ir lhear-eit e4t

.,rdtrr
a,.or tk B--~a l-c'
.N,'r tuk fi-rf.-'-t. ..Laa. Ph 4.jri.: buco,

THlE SHIIPIN'lti.
VIKi$ICL$ IN PORT
Hr 1*r~tan:..a. :. roi~, ii)* tW 1, Wit-
Ku.-d liiarwn-et' 7'.Lut.-r 1r44. to --rdr


1 it a"
Noar T-t. :--a:-n, 1.) BaiirL.


'Iltt cA A

114H 11

fir .4u.. I'..:; a't% f. ) I.t
vt od v .a


Sit I- a~,a 74u ~ 1- i 1 ordt-r
.Nor1- 1, rd-- 44 -i i W ~ i .-r
%o nIr- i.IV

It Lulgia F, 0.i.4I.U aft-.ai.to W .. -r.
('a)
Nor MattliftlijiL, v7. K I-L,toi order
Nor Mt-rz4p4.r4-.;4.j,. uson, .t,) Hears,
Nor %orwua,3. tu. i.nril..eaa. to %V M Ke~y-
iter At Co
Nor (vea. 51.i'. Thomoc-o.n. to order
hus Psu:. 7,pl. I ood~trort. to order
Nor Robert heraftat 'ii Jensen. to
S M 1. Co
It 81eoanvorm. i'. mtHozzo. to itoaasco Mron4
Hu-3 T ho-i P.-rr% I s7.i34at t aeu, tou eajras.
Iuunwtd!r & Co
11 Trntno. ,%1. ,ardemllI. to Haars.. Dunt-
wtkdy & Co
Ant Ved.an tii.7-4. E-%r.r to E 1'. aunl-

Br At h.-:ix, ei. K mgt. t,) ritorde
Am aOIjoaanaClir.'tii~a. I- A ia-14-wp, to
ord-r
k tta in I. aWo z r I i-v Ilka -
fir Knirt htr-..-I).K 441'. c-Hfor NHa--au
AmatHattie' 11 hatl JoU-. :'. rko-:ai, ,1to
uiaiH.alziz:a: A'tx t,), ain:L-.-r
,,'. CLEAKE 0 ANJ1) MA iLKD FOR F1EN-
,. ACOLA.
STRAMSHIP'i


H iorgv; u. NI:--r.! -1 :. 'aI' c tIn--s -I:.
Fe-Ioi,'41. ba. B iwt; .eA'gv. Ilia tubuari--
11 ud414I-t~ii'I,!. ht '.":. alt i-Li in Ian .
Hir-nal''. Not i 1--i..-4,.Ant'Aa-: i pJat11


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14-:dilal. I '-t,'i'


Ar i, -4. 444 N in. .i- 1 4.Ianii.4'4 1-t

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ki -l .1m,5 4'44 1 '...tl.I4

Ia.1,-.111
r It/ (aU-t a'. tup. '411: it~ii aairotii
Fua-.It a,:. .4'il a S- jl-pt I-. asha.rs
(aI% _'otnear Por? H,.-I. ai
wtui.-. Ntwn, 'd id i- -(c Iwo -d-
J achata I rgetin-. Nor. -iaIdt ri-a i4t4ninii4INov Iii
aIchana'..-.Nor. C I Fio...tmr'.a in. -c 1p
i No. ta-I. '14I e-Itndt o'.Int
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M1agrdait-i. %Nor. 1Ia'.w.lid I.- h.1 aaIly 11
Nletrcel-ta. It. -Id 1Hao ia-z'_. %o4%.;
t )Ia.. Ru-. -'(Id Lfa h 4 lot.-a ea I
e eawr,er- at. tsib. %i1(1 iriiA vr.-4 s-iut a
I-'uaoico4asd -. It. I '.'AtA i-tatrdini'.tjon 10i
gia *i.Nr ...~i iero--ttai. Ian -
ste-lla H. It. -1. at L% PIt';is. Nov.'
Viniuti. Nor. .Ii i L'tttMetaif it
Vir- ngtaai.It, -,1,I Matd.-iiaa. # 1.I-_,
st' BOONE ES-
Poilox. Ru. Ild Kcattera-tRcadIs I .c


RECIPROCITY WILL FAIL.
Senator ?Spooner Says Irc,,h Treaty
Will Not "- Ratilfl-d.
NFW YouK', March 10.-A special to
The Times from Washington says:
Senator Spooner speaks positively
about the prospects of the French re-
ciprocity treaty.
"It will not be rariflei at this session.
Whether it has two-thirds or one-third
ef the senate for it. I cannot say. I
don't care. I know that it will not be
ratified during the present session of
From the character of other remarks
made by Republican senators the infer.
ence is drawn that some Republicans
consider that it would be impolitic and
therefore inexpedient at this time to
menace protecte'i interests by adopting
a treaty that wnil accomplish by execu-
tive action a result that could not be
boughtht about by direct legislative ac-
tion.
NAVAL STORES MARtKlr.
tepeorted Daily for The News by
Messrs. A. M. Mame-p & Co.


K.iea: N.
.4
4-a., (I
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M a'
I)


- I 44~4


4RiTsT- rzvr.,w


Three Large Stores
F-~ill auTU!NF1 I. ',. I~ e
t.4aI ;a ii ll et-i:''t 'r-u tie-.tl *v-
HIJti-A P, e i Ak 1.re-iei SvMait-'tat
eli a 4 ~ I -- 1 iI i :l a.]( i-bb r $I:4-:0

.M.PRYOR'S


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


A Special Sacrifice!

:,,1 Pairs Ladi-." Vici Kid Spring
Heel Button and Lace Shoes
for unly


$1.25.
REGULAR PRICE .$22i).


Gentlemen,


Don't Miss It!


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


Men's Genuine Calf Tan Lace Hand
Sewed Welt for only


$2.50.

REGUI'LAR PRICE $3.51.


Don't Lo-e Tinmeand( go About
Pricing. We Still Lead as :the I,ow-
e-t Price S!toe IIou-e ini the City.

Yours for SLoeo-s aid


TRUNKS,'

/. GUGENHEIM.


FOR BEAUTIFUL RUGS
and iDrapl-ri- of all kind-,
t;- well -as A-vfrrything iIn tl -
l-urniture Line call at

iThp Escamibia Furniture Collanny's.


ItWaamS SfI014L PVOTICES.


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SPRING GOODS.

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


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


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l: A big line of Ladies' and Children's
Slippers just received.
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SIn Men's, Ladies' and Misses' Footwear
we are the Leaders.
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Millinery,

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The finest and most complete line of |4
1 Carpets, Mattings, Curtains, Window <
I; Shades, Etc. i


.. IYou arc Cordially Invited to Visit [or Mammoth Establishitcat -


t We are Invincibles in Low Prices
SJ4This makes our Success.

Mail Order' Proimttiv Attended to.
S Trad DIiscouni t r f 5 ,i on all C.a-t'l: l 'r ,.i .-e .


COHEN, FRIEDMAN & CO. |
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SW. B. WRIGHT COM PANY,
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LUMBER, LATHS,

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To make room for them the remnant of Winter

Goods will be sold at Sacrifice Prices.

Here are some of the Bargains.


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