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NEWS.


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 13. 1900.


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


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REV. MR. SHELDON'S


CHRISTIAN PAPER


He Began Work on His Exper-

iment This Morning.


SAYS IT IS SERIOUS WORK

"**care" Nows et a )Discount-First
I'ag WVill lie Gvl-n to Articles on
Science of Goveruantou-Temperance
Agitattors Will Have Showing.
Tr, A, March 12 -1,ev. Charles M.
:-heldon, author of "In His Steps" and
other religious stories, today began the
actual Vuork of demonstrating his idea
of wLi. a newspaper should Le. The


Irr. f"HAin rs v1 .- ni DON.
first edition of the Topeka Capital un-
der the direction of the preacher-novel-
ist will appear Tuesday morning. The
Capital publishes no Monday morning
edition.
The members of the Capital staff, at
the request of Mr. Shelden, attended
services Sunday at his church, the Cen-
tral Congregational Most of the news.-
paper correspondents who have arrived
:n the civy to report the incidents in
the week of MIr .ihelden's experiment
of newspaper waiting also attended the
tervih'c.
Today th'- work of getting out the
paper l4g, m'.
Mr S.:.- ioun oame to the office of the
paper at ,:.I o'clock this morning and
made a burrid liapeo-'ton of the van-
I o denartmenos. At 10 o'clock i.e had
a conference with the visiting, corre-
siondents. promi.tiug to ,.ve them such
information as he c'jUd during the
wo,,rk. At 11 o'c ock hbe met the work-
ing lorce of the paper and gave out in-
structions for the day.
Ali of The Capita.'s regular %'aff
of editors and reporters have betu
retained wi:h the .Sngle e=xcp-
tion of General HIudson, editor i!:-
enief. who will take a wee i (ff Many
realgous enthusiasts have offered the.r
Services to Mr. Sheldon as reporter'.
out a.A of these offers he has declined.
t.e.ieving that the regulars can be
molded to his ideas easier than raw re-
cruits could be trained in newspap-'r
work for a single week's effort.
Three nights Hlat week the tu'nister
remained in Tot Cailtai offl'e al; nignt
fatniitarizing himself with the detail of
newspaper juakiul. As to the make-up
of the paper, he has ideas of his own
and these will be carried out. All
"-care" news will be at a discount and
.itt.e or no news will appear on the first
page. which w1il be devoted to special
articles on the Cucince of government,
tne need of rdfornii in city, state and
national affairs and kindred topics.
Many persons of prominence will con-
tribute to this page. State temperance
agitators, it is said. are to be given a
free hand and something of a shaking
up of poiltioans is predicted.
All advertising in any way objection.
able, according to the minister's views,
has been refused. Mr. Sheldon, who
resides in the outskirts of Topeka. has
rented a room dowu towu and says he
hardly expects to be at his home a mn-.
g:e time- during the week lie will take
nins wuaiS at a restaurant near The Cap-
:cal ofrioe during the week. Mr. Shel-
don fays tie will remain in The Capital
a., nignt until all editions have gone to
pre.s Tuere wi.i be the usual Sunday
ediiltu of Tnhe Capital, but it will be
printed early Saturday night so that all
the work, even to the < ircelating by the
carriers, may be finished before the be-
rinning of Sunday.
l)r She.d.-n said to the reporters this
afternoon;
"My first editorial w:il set forth tihe
s -ope ,f the I aver. Without being d:--.
c-urn' .us t(4 yvu, I wou4d rather be
diumb iyselif an ll let th- p.per do all
the ta.Kling for itse.f. J"ni week means
evervt:in c to I;e 1: is serious work,
n.'t :-.a .
\V\'.en a'keod whether h-3 had g.v'n
any innrIiirttions regwar(i.nz prayinf. Dr.
eO',niu .t.i witht a -mli.e.
"N Pir; w- ;ve d :ie or Fr.-ayiug
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iegardtnD c. :q e r-u-. D)r. Sheldon

"Ihere sn.la1 t.e nj :. :k.n: In tbe
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THE CONLAR SERVICE


Reasons Why It Will Not Be
Reorganized.


FIEOIENT (IIAN..S Bi:NEFI4 IAL.


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IIsett.- "I'i,, n tilitill i onl i enl ion
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CONSPIRACY CASE CALL' .
Only* r,f the iefeondants Ap ..
In Court Tudmiv.
SA'VAAn. March 12.-Tbhi mi,:':.: -
in the I'tited States distrie: cour: t.,-
case of D. Greene, E. H.. J. I'. an :
W -T. vner. Michael A. lC',)m.:
and O .ornin M. Carter wsaj,':i: -"
Theeai:e the men charged with eu:'r-
ing into a .onsp.racy and chett.:i. ,-
government out of somethtni" .i, i$.
000,000. Only one of the defn :a *.'
was in court. Michael A. CounA'ivy \%:%
present with his counsel, Mr George
A. Merce', Jr.
There -vas no one present torepre.rat
the other defendants. but Distriter At-
torney Erwin had a letter from Mr. A
J. Rose of New York representing B. I)
Greene ard the Gaynors in the hear-
ings before the government authorities
in New York to keep frcm boing
brought to Georgia, which he read. Mr.
Rose contended that be did nt repre-
sent the defendants before the United
States ouurr in Georgia. hbt that hi-
clients *ere under bond to appear be.
fore Judger Addison Brown iu New
York and could not be in Savanon
today.
GOEBEL'S REMAINS BURIED.
R<-moved From Chapel to Pe.rmanenat
Iesting PI.ee Today.
FRANKFORT, Ky., March 12.-The re-
mains of Governor William Goebel
were this afternoon taken from the
chapel, where .they bav beeoon under
guard sisne Feb 8. and brtle4 in the
plat of ground wels of the chapel oa
the brow of the hill overlooking the
Keatuoky river.
The services were brief, consisting
simply of a prayer and singing. Mem-
bers of the legislature attended in a
body. The spoes selected for the inaer-
meat is the highest piece of gromad in
the cemetery, and the monument to be
erected there will easily be seen from
all over the city. Memorial services
were held in both houses of the legisla-
ture today.
JAPANESE INSURANCE LAWS.
1ilany Aminriean Compantee Refused
Permission to Do Business.
TACOMA, March 12.-Oriental advices
state that permission to do general
business in Japan has been refused tO
foreign insurance companies. most of
them Amertoan. Japanese officials state
that this rioults from the fact that their
applications have failed to comply with
the Japanese insurance laws.
Though Corea has never formerly as
seated. RuIsia regards as accepted her
proposal oe several months ago, to loan
Cores several million yen in return for
exclusive mining privileges.
The Russian and French cable and
telegraph systems in Siberia, China and
Indo-China are soou to be oonneoted.

A. IPo l-lue,.t., fditir *, f the
/1 ., 4', >,,'. -towii. (loli uitfer.t d
f r a inm ilib r 14t yeii- r'mI)D rtih iitnii;-
ti-n iti lin z-i, ht sth'otldier andl side.
HI, -.v: **My ri..ht arni at times
wv e- nitirply u-tles-. I tried( ('haiini-
bt rl.imi' 1 P.0i ll !tkld wa- -tlr-
prii-, 1 t, rec' ive relief ali (lO t itiniit-
di.,t:ly. 'The Pain Halin hiai- blee'l a
('il.Itn;t coliiiparlinrio of minle ever
-in,-, anid it viver fail-." l-',r -:ale
h; [!:min;iah Bri-., 1l Soutih Pialafox
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I t.r i' lttl.- a anid c:a4-A f r f.ini
ily in-- at fEI.-no Arboina '-.

NEW INDUSTRIES REPORTED.
S.Autlh rna ta s bhhare the b Gneral
Prosprrity of Country.
CO:ItI r N4-I)A, March 12.-The more
in-,r'-ant of new enterprises reported
by The Tradesman during the week
eided .March 10 include brick works in
i'-Unessee and Texas; a bridgeoonstruc-
ini c mpa-y in West Virginia; coal
t.aei4 lia L',*iaq; two cotton mil.S in
I.., *:y nn" in Njr:h ti ('.r lina, three
in ~ouiLn Caronina., two in 'leunessee
and oue in Texi4.; one .ottnseed oil
tina esn in Aliabatia anil ifxas, and
two eait in Georgia and Missisippl: a
cracker factory in AlabAma; a *JC'0 tY0
electric light and power p.ant in Vir-
ginia; and engine and machine woras
in West Virginia; flooring mills in
Georgia and Tennessee; two furniture
factories in North Carolina and one in
South Carolina; a grain elevator in Ken-
tucky; hariware companies in LousIi-
ana and Tennessee; ice and cold storage
companies in Kentucky and Notith Car
u.mna; iron ore mines in Alabama and
Georgia; an irrigation company in East
Texan; lumber numills in Alabama Fior-
ida and Tennesaco; planing mills in
Alabama and North Carolina; a plaster
company in West Virginia; sandstone
quarries in Texas; a ntave factory in
\'eet Virgin:a; tesepnone companies in
Alabama and the Carolina.; a tlba'c,
tttory in North Carobiu; a $.t<,000


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Take Li.xatlve Bromo Quinine Tablets. All
Jruggists refund the money if it falls to
cure. K. w'. Urove' ssignature- t< an each
box. 10>4.

UNITED STATES MEDIATOR.
Our Goveranment May Try to Brine
About Plse. ,
WASHINOTOw, March 12.-There is
reason to believe that the United States
government is using its good ofBcee so
restore peace between Great Britain
and the Suuth African republic.
This has not taken the shape of a
proffer of mediation. That would be
distinctly repugnant to Great Britain
and. according to the rule of interna-
tional law which has without exception
governed the state department in the
past. could not be volunteered by ue sn-
til it was known to be accepted to both
parties to the war.
But the United States might very
properly serve as an intermediary to
Transmit an appeal for peace and the
terms upon wbich peace can be secured.
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup has ssved many
lif It 41 : 1 4 l it) %I I,. r.-li.,4 I 4il t -- CureS i tl .
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*C.ip'p fay" at Eilog o'i, Arlolna'-..

Serviceable Wag"inm
I-F-st material, tb.-t ironinigi laitp.t-
im pjroveiilnetits, l4we4t ,pri'o-e. 'Tihes.
trlnii apply to the ,% 1 W gIi-n sold
by J. M. Hilliard &('Co.

'- Old Hfrmnit;. e-'" at ln4'ilti. Arbo-
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('a"nin,. the Alh:4 Haywood 'Co..
thl# ct0'le'lbrtteld cel'illtd.ri1l 4-ipported
hy -t-ver;tal ifltsi. il uirli-t -4 if renown.
I)min't fail to ge-t ticket--i. Price 75
4crt-. t.ntflit tof B. V' 0. Elk- char-
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IMPOlTANT N)OTIC:E.
1 ,* t ,, r itrm.',ror- 0m il <, a,; .: rttl '.ul,;ic of
I'*' ll CO!u : ;
Niot;v' i I -4 h r.-h y 'lreia thiat t n .nind
:tftc+r the fir-it tlday 'of April. 1 nle. ni
I "iior In'echtlaiic 'r ll.atxr-r will world&
,itn tia.ny building with any lnoin-tinior
lii'l-n wtheri, there ii ;ial oriizaniizIation
.if .aid raft iind-r tihe juriidiclion
Sof the, C- itral "Trad (..l 4'oniifil.
1l,'f J. It. Jul1 KIAN.

Atterl ion. Candlidatew.
Fv'. r (0n1ri(didatp for ctlunity office
i- r(lii), -todI1 tIo itte.tfli It ne-+-tirir at
the tflife.- of .Juddg T. It. .MfCillajrh
at 7 :;? o'.Clock. T'ifld;iay March 13,
,o (*'( ti ld'tt" th- ra'liiis' fr the pri-

td CLrr:ia i. oIm.

lfandlsoile pic/tlure, brie-
a-brc, etc., in endless ar-
ra/ff a/ rock bottom prices at
Matrston 4 F1in:c/h's.


Who is Rader ?


He's is the Furniture


Man.

Your Credit is Good

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2 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, MARCH 13, 1900.


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keeping these Ranges
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WILL ARM TROOPS

Londcn Paper Says NoLonger
Need to Conceal Fact.

BOER REPUBLICS DOOMED

No P'rops *is iacltlui, 1 :inlpependencee
\'lai l- E ..rtrittdo-'p.ely End of
W1ur Ix o et.t to I'atrul Teraitory.
Lj.:, v.', March 10 -Ciarles Wil-
liami, the military expert of Tue Morn-
ing Leader, sayd today:
General Sir Frederick Carr;ugton's
staff has been selected and tne names
turn cut to be those of retired otbicers.
For there is no longer any need to con-
ceal the fact that he is going to South
Africa by arrangement between the
government and the chartered company
to take command of the force which the
company wiii pay for, though he may
be some time occupied in po.icing the
territory of the two repun;ic which
may fall into our hands pending i po-
litical settlement.
"It is hoped to begin re embarking
the bulk of the lritiosi furcos in Soatn
Africa by July 1.
"It is said tiat General Bu'ler sti.I
expects to see tue deriy run, but that is
too g;ol to be true. Yet ::iany things
may haI pen in li or 1" weeks, as tLings
arc geolu '
'In,,. taken in connection with Ceril
Rru ,.es B(t:-to-in- t. tuat tut C,.arrred
cuipany woud buy art.ili'ry lur Kian-
L.erley, 'shr.ws coaclueivsey tu.t tihe
co::.j i.ry intends to have arms and an
army of its )wn.
i're3s:'ats Krauger ani ter-n have'
put Iorward their hLrst (overture- l'o.:-
ini? to an **.nliid of the, war, but their
eff:ort- are ',rtal tooi Do u'ioeUe. iriai'.url
.s tr.-v irl .-i i t at ti piresrvatiou i 'f
tt. in(i-'p:eno 'tn-' of tne two refup L'-
Le -uiiaan.tfel ir.rt of a'.li.
.!u, u l:g r.:., the te:'p,?r of :i'" r.r
ish I eop.e. us d:l.-piyre I re--'n 7. iand
!r.rni pil ns, of the pre- th., inm'jrn-
I:,L', ti ere ls but one ',K ai: s. .'L. A ss ')j.
n.a 3,iv. the co'n p.ete .:*ja t'i.n f
til, l,,er-, thA takioug away o: ton :'uio-
n-.ndeuce ot the tw, re, uti.ifc and tie
infor.'ora'i')n of theMr terrn: rvy a it
rrown c.onny.
Nothing less than this will satisfy the
war party of the empire. wihcrn at pres-
ent has full control. Ac ording to Tno
Dully Maii correspondent at Pret.ria,
these Boer representations have beea
telegraphed to Lord Salisbury.
S'i>-erihs, to t! e 'Vl. ,::,i. N :." .


A GREAT INTER-STATE FAIR.
Atlanta's iusisnesi .Ien D)ct.l- t.
Iold It N. x e (.trb r.
ATLANTA. March I:).-At a t:: ::i
ing of Atlauta's Inunes ns -:i- .: i-
been decided to hold a 6s'r..r: .::
state fa:r here next fa.l
The b:g fair wi:! own ",:'. '. ;
close Oc:. 27. 1ais wi. -*:v .- .r. -,-u
davy for the fair, acd tno :,X "nI ; .: t.
exact date at at t i ime. it i- t; .,
will foreeta.l auny o ib.o c *u.:..- ::
the dates that may be made y o4eer
fairs
The guarantee fund of the -uthnru
inmtrstaie fair v.will be $.'.t'JJ. .' .
tmo.e tan: t.,at of the faud ra. eI ia@:
year. NV ita this anmout in hind it ',
thought tmat the size of the fair can ib
made fuliv dono.e tnat held last year.
as of the $10 O0IO guarantee fund raised
by popular subscription for the state
fair, fnily one.haif was expended ,on the
repair ot the buildings and in other
ways that will not ba necesary this
year.
Every indication points to the south-
ern interstate fair being one of the big-
gest and best that has ever been held in
the southn.
Golf In '<,iuth .Airiea.
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OP Cream De Beaute.
OPERA IIOUSE.
....... .... Highly recommended
MUSIO! TMIRTH! for a skin beautifier. It
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BEGINNING MONAY. MARC 12. and make the skin
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603 ANDP 605 S. l'AT.IFOX SiTREF..T.

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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, MARCH 13, 1900.


FIFTEEN PERSONS

BURNED TO DEATH


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ut- !i a! trAileav und

In u t ato .5f0*' tKic
-c )ver.'I'.'1.t 't onc Ibeore
.aa~a.ro i' ned the o."-ne (net
'be Lir, tefienreut wa~i
u:WI..., itara runninuh
ii, t L~i.-r goaae to had

;,arrow friti.;Cflali~l!and ttieq'
t- 31ae for tin" !F~hteueld ten.
37;%e r! wltbejmm and sher ciu~d
lbI itrv.WwidatleastI I fain-
Lil uace. 60 ) pereautm. in all, cf
,* :.l. ~uwepre children. noabl*
..n yumped from a fr-unt win.
rvorat were hurt
A tv .". ast?'e&,!wirn fr.gatful rs.-
..tne wltw! cent the sparks
w brente-nulu all the frarne
.i7--3II that direction '1'e piact~

it La.uidi-rf Were hI"--
-77W ArlI1r-n l.Ag&U tl,'

IzAU710tl-r th~e y..ulen and
MtLY;i'L (IC'o0a-trieir ationtiou nto
th- JAILIPSdi' Twe 1iIR they

t maT r !u'Ir .%fri itc a.:
i r'rbIn.: i e'i t I eru-'nt
-Vir 7,.?Ii .-w were 'i.
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2g.rut ;...p. ,Itt .''ru'n'a hr'nn
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t t:. r 1: 11in t'or n V P:r 3 0 14,*1 :

01.,U.'A IF" '. t : 11 .i r ''!i. I I nI
i-i4 f the buried ftierlt'r'it
I 'ro 1avo -41 wIk ed up monat.-.
!I ii. .tg1 ootn Leze t tan t tw,- 111;.
dlI I t -.rear t'u.rz I o'i -ti-
..:.'. .tr.'- lHe vit it. arrn'-V 7,

WI. uaq a zeal3rdo-r inathe hjuie
1, d 'sp.an Eii wa.rdo itaii
I.v .. awakened tar she Pin aao
L'i rv'isvo and nis fatu-ly, fuuvr
ariud ra'ad'r to iave theimabrnitioz
n,: Wilatn (redSavo was taken to
.Oa. !ihnne le i,'b'o'inie uc-h ex-
UT Ieio-arl ti~at he had sot fire to
c::i~ r had any kzwowledzea as
7ti6m aot th tire.
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Cancer oftnn resuAt, from an Im-
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vlr.IeriitioflR bark. Fow 1i#ooplt- are en-
ir'i-y fri'.' iru)!n s~ 'mi'tai~nt in thie 1 od,
rond it i.,imposnsiLle to tell when it uiill
belt.ewik t in t hie form o. d roidted (Go,-
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veltin (t natDionlDocratic p.tvof -i


ventio. TneA ;rl Iconvention w illuon.
douindly ndor o fn. William 3.
Brva, an a tolid Brvan deblegmtion
wul be sent to Kansas 617y so the na-
tional party gathering. His majority
In this Fivate MhI 1Kvi v jusit a litle )sag
titan 20,00.. arid rho marSy leaders are
Olalmtiag now that isvi w1l exvood thnse
d.~'ir" by fle'!rd t:;ousarud next No.
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Dfl~i.~raaeive A1-vIra IOmioh *.
P'iiA~iA, March 77'.'--Fire oariy today
t'Ot11mllU16 ftle tt,, .- '.of the Omaha l~Tent
P'j i i Uo Lbw-c'n2'aauv. v.tiued at $30,000,
anLj gt.,-.! r etun.!hiing in whied it was
- ocated l. twmatod Iosm' on the build-
it,., (!ql, varIual y 'nverod br ansur-
l~'O ie'Ic 171c, ul &O er~tMtiel.
er. de-aie"in mpiano'a. was badir darn
~pdby auwiiue an 1 water. a'a was k
ret'JO'k u the N,' ura'ka Seai corn-
; %r.wni a were 7.'ated in adjoining
tbuh:ilijillj]li.Th -;-:u kq were valuable,
7 '.71bu I C I~1- :r..y unive-red by insur.


(- 4, f" i If < i y, %b tmitrg.
1" tr r ari 1"' -There was a
nuv. ._.;t at the ('onfedleratA Sol-
i-cr tir' !ti'-i aftr-rnoon. W. N.
1t ant n. trom .lecrklenburg, was shot
,at iettysburg, the bullet striking a
1'estauoent anu stopping at Luke. sev-
enteentu chapter, thirty-third verse.
afternoonrnon Bianton presented the
''estjment to the chaplain, who imme-
diateiy preached a sermon from that
versa.
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Furniture on Credit
)M .0-t bt .' tu'f;il llin 'f i I l,' I v-r lhown in thi city. \\. d,,l, -,
w ith I-. ,IioI',- o if i vtr," dl s ; l' -
" !.U from thipl' ( i'iitt t' r-o f ri -t.
1; ,il-t,,; -P.eretiry 'a.,<" cc. iittly
finli-lid. a fine line of chif .i cl- t ',
.,d1 'ivtrythlinlg coilt:iilld in a fir-t-
'! 1i- f lirritrii -'j t rT at ( M 'Pryolr'-
it.- 'ir-t ll i iiiiu r., ll im-r'.
ti 4' V Thtxitpaira-n'P.
i'rI i'-; Iladie-' Note P'IiIar. :ind
-. iiv,-lape- t IllilitC! .
I'.ki i rir lT,, I.iLt ,ii amit E niv++lpe-.,
ifl i ( i'iPar lh iitiit.
Slivitatiolln Pap-r i.ad Inlvitepe.
i.ivnaaI 'I ala-It-.
Frar-ut -tl Vli in a mid iE.nviolp ip.
Ent'li-ih Note: Satin IWove: Ti-iiel
i,;#.-r; IDeniii-ti'- (C'rp.-,. Etc.. with
i _- 'l- i i.il k.-u rtli.til it of i;.ti ii rr.
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Furniture so Cheap for

Cash.


CASTOR I A -T *- CORE YOURSELF:
For Infants and Children. ...' '

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Al In :touI 1111L., (-xI, I I ot at tII k! i7 I':
ex aos..t IoI iN-11II),- alliiw ridlst IV of Mn!: ii-NI A ItY DW ID )
itisuta lhut Vet NiuII. II i. h s

it 14 -II tia1 :1r 1!a' th t I ia rl w ri vi:, ~
gras-. of tc rl'a: iS 171.LtI- ."~

III this exhiliit NItIlble furniture, tlwc
gra~.istal--aig The jlaitwut'1-frecd. rattani
or willow; sCI'i'Cis.lbabiy ca r r i ag tTr
b~as' eis. Jardinie-re oilnrlmltI
flngs. The nmaterial is descz'ibtl A s
light, beautiful. elastia' aind etdurin. __
More than iri'.mj liersons as i-. now emi- .
ployod steadily In thwe Irulustry. which l
rtnimber Is to Ile tripled In a few
months. the demand for the goods -
warraniting the erection of two zinwe-
plants. In the suinuir, when the rmw
material hIo bing gathered., more than of Inedivine that goes itn a
3.(" kPp.rsons are engagedl. pre-ucriptionr tilled il l th-u store is
perfe'ctly put Pu'tre' drug-t me-an a
A in:, rv named F. Ires~t f P lre-. speedy recovery. Poor drugs mecan
~~Oim- Y l" 11~.wrote a larch ptil-. a ta want the bott. Let
itthe da aving the piniunf tist' fill your p' ;r,-4cr iptt..l.... 111(1 ,,1,plv
her diw' I h ijiltiI~fl other 17irtd ic ine-u, W. 1'. (G;reen & Co..
n'-'er3'bodv in' wI- town Who ia h, nmi-d -, 1~rpi i rwl t,;7S
Folcy's H07.7u'y aiA 'Tar i'., tht-tt it 'IS Pal:ifox !-trs-t-t. jI1111 i71,
tho' ve'ry ti.'-r rizediciti- fu~r lit, rIppe.
Ciuegt..t. ..A.n '. I i- PRO 3-E&IO-JAL CARDS.

We 'will Iataid. vwr x'our ;i.a ih-fur I
1) cvlit- inach 7111(1 aka tilti-III li Dr. fTarcel 1u5 ,'c'reary.
like it iw. Star L iII mrv.

CALL AND INSPECT y.
T!; 1ir,..' ild 'Compl..ip liu.7-

Ii1-A'Sl'FAb 7at-
ThP Escaul~i Ferfitllre Caumr1E'~S1DR* 'Wm. C. DEWBERRY.

Five Thousand Rolls OFIFCE-Hanuah Bros.' Drug Store.
IVw Pu~ 1II -~kdloft he Ri F EiT)ENOE-4OO E. TJackson Stree
ti-ut pa r i. meind i-ra- va'a inirt..

Ha-u& 'a -N(.,I P1 ; it ox WaD.,


Smoke DURHAM Ci-Ir-OMejahgPysc2la" ng-
gar s at D'Alemberte's. L ate of Otala, FIA..

Wiz-nw an al 3-i o1i .-I'fl ii ti. tn

N i r'v o F !a~ i-1'EIt't'i 1A 1 .t 41
I7a~ :. .i iiurd' oI 0.. io n'a .::. --) Ph nt
t levr Wof ondv -ici.'.'.Ini aii a a


.t:r Fit tlit- captain, own-
*.rQnor, "ltsigflot-a ouft he
~.~~)~ ZI t al'i..hark II'.7. gulF .I ~lI t.-
~r- ?1truible for debts coni-
tract, J tiy the cr. w of btud vem.eI.
('A% %,.h


Ur. Wilmer o. nall,

DENTAL SURGEON,
Miso0ic Temple. Phone 364.


iN I,;1 t. i.n ; cnlitiw. ow1- WINTED.
j^r. t oPr- t'stor 0 Oni rlq ...of thu BrIt
s r Tr rtino will be r.po,- litid ti bi ill kills if Scll
ibthl* for delLts conitrantct b,
the crew of id v.essel. N u I laid Feralturi, lirchudiis, Ac.
,u:f I'rv-i'it 1 0. Capt I.n.
iddreus BSX 142.





McMillan Bros. Co.


a Coppersmiths,

General Metal Workers.

MuIltaftuers of aid Headquarters for the


Celebrated McMillan Seamless Turpentine Still,

Cipet Oitfs alys a i al repiri b t c

MOBILE, ALA.




TIME TABLE.

LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.
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LODGE DIRECTOIlY

KNIGHTS OF rY'TiLAS.
IPensacola lajoge. No. :. K. of P.


mets every Monday even--
ing at 7.:;i. at ( f'.tle Hall.
In Ilutchinson hall. West
Intfndencia street.
\ letting brethreu cordlsUly
welcomed.


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H. Ji' D KVI WEn.


W. O. W.
Live Oak Camp No. I Wooximan of he
Worldl.
Mp*''t first and third *'rtiday nighbt La
each month. VisitlUg vvrlicn% cordll-
illy invited. W. W. WArBreo.,
S. It.Tit AM -. Clerk. I.'. C.

CHAS. COTTRELL,
Artistic Photographer,
1:OO.M :l, '~F l il. I "It 1, IIIINi.
204.t SOUTil P.il..AV0 STiIE"T.
sati fact'tion i( aranit.'ed i' l tK -ry Par-
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HINBIR BROS. I C0.,





Palafox Street,
Pensacola, Florida.



BARGAINS


-IN--


Real


Estate.


$ 1 '(l hr wll ti.ev I, a,'r ..... t intd norrlI
0.WVVV of t0h-'c;t and iwer of i.anld $A.
O b ui y- .tii .r.ad -)mum: city
$20003 "'" """ It
SI ) tiv f""i r 11 es ,4 io block V
$30000 nII ,.oo .v.. rt in hou
Ti,i property Is in N..w t t.v
will w itui 7.o t >f't1 4 .i.two**n "itt
$4000 "a,"urnd1 ".t o" ".. 'ro'l
propl -rty h: i-f a o tir friir 1,n l t lip ti t i#- lo
on Big Bayou ihnl l.ittli B.ayoI.
SAdlibuy on win. t illf bHturtel-t
mi tre-pt car lilt,. iu s s rooiiiii aid all rad-
III con%.i ifna'-.
$ 0 0 will buy lot with ft front o
$6000L Pin, fo .trr.-. *,i thi of i4.rg.
ory. Tis rcan toi ini 'nlliattly itllild for
bi- in.. pturpo- .
x% I/ i I )uvI loI *Atiit>-lft frontoa
$7000V(;i',.-gorylv iI.-i ft froui, it QI Al-
$cIlIz ii ft front wil Wrigltit. ThiS
prp-r t hi t rliftft re ttagei o it. anid tbh rel I1
plenty of riI n to h ild a lozt ha.iii IoMiid*4P .
$80 will buyi tiilir,,,ino, r-s d.*
$8000 on Ifl.t (ira-tioiy ba-twen Val*-
fox and'i TarraKius tr. to .
$9000/ Villiit li v HI ,,' r.- farm wktil
$9000 to Il'gant prop-rtv foIr ru;'ck firrningi aln4
'itiry p ri'oI P--ai't. Tlii i piv- I'. ,;ist outlde
tit" il'ty liri1its.
1fvr| rn, rkwill b y i Iot !.. t.ulirlino"
$10,000 I,irt;,of th- i, N"' !l : 1;I% fll'-



J. E. Stillman & Co.,

East Sidu of Plaza.


H. A. WAT ERS,

Butcher and Green Grocer.

PHONE 172
S *-! 'I ,-*' ai,,l ',,ut A', "

\'r,,i'.'. l) >ilv .
Shop, Rear cf Johnson & Son's Store,
IN'I'EN )EN(CIA Tr I ET.

JOHN McDAVID,

REAL ESTATE AND BROKERAGE.
( IIY PROPERLY. FARMING


A N i)'r IM B FR L-A NI.S


Loans Placed at Reasonable Rates.


L; EA-t (jgver-uwn-ut Street.


DAILY MARKET REPORTS.
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Acme Beer.

THE BST rEER SOLD IN
PENS-.AtU'OIA.

Dannheisser Bros..,

AGENTS.

AMsc Scll bty M. Perry and ia. Yates.

The Jug Trade

Is Our Specialty._--z-

I'Pro t Drlive ry .ol, i ction


Dannheisser Bros,
411l S.-nth Palafox St..


P'l. I :." N o. 11,;.


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4 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, MARCH 13, 1900.


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court in iJuly. 1-:'.:i. :dr a
wafs retido'reA 313 M:i- t... .a;*-
vt'T40 to t ie radir oJJ '11 '123.%
Thlen the (0111. 0iiV 4!?111ained t-: t.'
fromt Judge Whitt-'-; curt to flit, ':aiH
t~npplemcuitary 1,l1 in tie nature of .
a bill of review. which waQ tileol iin
November. SC. A d# 8re- o
:I-uisball wa-z filed Janirvir%. ~
it was overrule-d, and dan arpp AI
tAkenU to t ha' tupreume court. Ta t
court. in 'March. ',S'7. rever-.t d tl;.
circuit court anid orde .ed the 2 uj -
pleinzilalbill (II ill n r=ckd. atid a da---
*. s .,hso d ]tter-.ul hilt c-rA1!t112 a


THEI DAILY NEWS:
Catered at the Poot 4EIffive at Ponsact' is
VIWL.. @.secoujd-cis-is rmatte-r.
OrFZICY: Pitt iBuilding. !11 Koutn l ia-a
fox street. up-aktairb.

THE NEWS PUBLISHING 03.
Terms-EInvariably in Advance.
Come Year by Ma.1
tiz Month*
Tbr~eeMonth-
Vote Wetek. t.i (arri.-r. pg'itt.:.' '1.,iu' vI

THE W JXKIK Y NEWS:
Pnbit~b'd ievery Fri~a' at Jii.- per oa
Postage trvt.
TELEPHONE NO. 118.
Advertising Rates Furnished on Apphca'ign.





PEIGhOOLA. MARCH. 13. 1900.

%(_OTWlrHS1 A ir.tile VC-hlletitii
approbaition ill the -New Orleans- Pic-
ayune of the, action of Laouisiana's
two congre!:neiw.l3-Myfr and lDavi!-
-in Voting With t he republicans to-
the Porto, Riet) tariffl bill. th" (j jflI-o
(rt?&i'(of that z-tat. a?. a well1a!th01-4e of
all the. other Ptmt#-., will -carccly bew
able to, -o.'-e in it attythitng hut a d,
liberate alo'd i~indouniet of o-i'*rac
principk- .fair teloe benefit )f t ho'tori-
Tate intere~t-;of ja #,w''f t!.-ir c'z-n
stituentia Who) liapp( 11 too hee ltgat.-d
in the production (f uLar.

Ocalai. W!boo wa- iti3CdI'l 1-~'.7 1.
tive year- c(,.nfinen~iioiit In t!,t ()!11
penitewia~rY for violaht ion.;.(,ft ht-' I
S. banking, Liw-. and wk-- t-rm
w&#iafterw.ti kt.J- unm ii. t# o*4 :thre-''
yt-ariz. exlirili ai few(day- *ogot. Wa-
Teleaged freom ou-~to.d V and It-ft 01..
lauibu!.la-t Thiur-d~i%. arriving it.
Oceala Sa~turday. Hi- !:rli j= III .1
and riaiov p.'-r-ovuiialfri.13 1- we]-l

general th at Mr. Awni-w'- qfoolleri
was nillob-tetoclnival than r"al. ai-
zhough many wo-re in uii .1l'atlk
!,dilure of hi- hanuk.
A m4 irio* Nimoubf-r of cen-
ze s.who z- de-erif-d t-a- ''a di--
tazaguisled r-jri.rttae'rt-c-o.etitl
jgave away 11 C0Ilive-r- izlnOlil I- true
,nwardne!-.- ofthe ,rituatikvuIn ii a-la-
inwon (on thre' Pirto H two tari ff 1.111.
aotfollow-:
polway tof our ;)..I; t (. II;, %k- iws -. .I,; Ig. k I-
1.1 low the I-aA. :--1 1, -if mo' lat4)r A lal i i.
vibo ib to A iarg. -,x- to:. t i4'nhi i itted oor in*
f~uenea'd by I.' --greit,o: 1:tc:ai'Iia-
1tOneof the valll41 ..11ti 'lte in-m:ttilljl.'11t4
deakcrsts are i* Ita'.1a, 4 t e1." und,-rt-
%ra' remaking. imnoi okre vn'nc.,raj.. tO 1be--
.:eire tiat it 11i'il ti; Linaloriniz oi tfi-- part of
)jkv rej~nI.3: 1011. 1, -:' c 'a ut.I 'a. L- 'AI:,
!are' at x, '14 o3i't,l.r13-33 I, j
,-, ;uiii,' c01ofl..n4'Ucamiai.;n
JANIAJI' 'S-.r4-o-.'d 44f.-.-(i,.rI 'a-X
I'(irt- of timabt~r and builb', :I- tail11-
lated by Ili.-Aii-'i lmuiwrnbriaia .
rzhows I'.0 Io-iat.'-- x ()t f
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America's Greatest Spring Medicine.


hill as to that portion of the line e)
tending from Jacksonville to Chal
tahoochoe. In September. 1l?''
Judge White ordered the reopenin
oftnte cae'a -tothe,'portinn .ft'- li2i
Ahove de-cribd. In March. 1.'I'
thl ltttotrney-enerail fil,'di i:i :th -!I
pr-Imn'I Court a -urz- ,ti',ll for a wr
,f Ip:,a'ibitii. w in wl: w g.- glai.l
ed in July. 1- : a.id ti.e pi.
p rr- i:i til. c tl. ::a! vilig be<
lost. ian agr:'emlent of conn-el w'a
fil-d prov-iding that thc-y 1.,itl b
supplid tby copie-. and that a fit1.,
hearing, off the cau.e in the sulpr.in
court -lioild )be had at the Juni
te rmn. lh109. Evidently. 1n., -uc hie ir
ing wa- had, as the re-cont order fo
the case to be advanced oni the docktu
and hard March 27. l114-1, indicate
that it was not finally di-po-,ed of i
pursuance of tho agreellielnt.
The amount involved in tL.e sui
is about $9W.otni, partly state an1
partly county taxes, and. of cournie
intera-t thereon, if the same pro
cedure obtains in ca-es wherein th
-tate 1-, party, as in individual suit6
No one can consider ti.e peculiar
history ,of thii' matter without per
ceiving that the railroad has had t te:t of it from tie beginning; an(
impre--ed with the conviction thai
if a case ever existed in which thi
att rri"-y--,iineral -hlioull thiv. hi;i
tl.., bent -fit of pci.,il co',aii- 'l.' t li


Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup cures the works
,**iil in a t'I) .ii-l p| i n->' i3i3 It t !:,' ,il! k'-t- F I.
i-Vtr a:.,l th -!, :.if tlirf ra: ma id Iu ,I di-iti n- ,

F.ii't'i,-' A rb n,ii ,' i- I adu t.itr' ;
fr }it;, l]qu, r-.
G,0111) R.111)S "(CON"VENTION.
%i l 'lMeet at Olrlando March "-=N
and 1:3rtd.
0 1) l..\N\ I. Mlarc!) 1-. --'"I "tMi.
(I ood o0l:d(' ('I e.,'lI
!..-e .March 22 .inil :. lprani-. t(
It- a gr,-'it -tt'ce- The Fl-" l;i
;,.ink' r-' A --or.iati ,n 1- .il-io ,,o li
1i,-ld h:,-r,' ,'' t.t e 21-t. M afivy of l:h(
-tatt' t ik, r- hal ve -1gilifi.d'
114i11 iit itn illtn t i rein lin over0'
a diii ;atta-nd the rwioa' in -.tii:n 'J'lT,
A.\ !'nciltur:il Ior ;au in Wl aQ!,in t,,nii
li;- ;'re to --'nd .M r. M (). E1li-
r id4 -". d(i:.-c` ,r of ttIt divi% ; 'i ,f
ro d 11 1111ll1i y. to d1-livo r .0i1 iil!~--
'rate td lec':ure u1illi io,:l Iu ;:tr, .\ 0-
ineint-. w hichi f-aliture ;aln,1- will li-
,-f reat v.-aiuv to thl- .'tatt".
It i- do-ired tli.it e-very o',intIy in
l'r'i ida b,- r -epr-se tiit ld. and tl:;t
'-:icil c,,ou lty ill' ike a full -port iof
wh..t h,..- lI. 'l i titlee in t:r- w '.y I f
i'>;>td an'. i)icyc ,t- "):!i il ipr,,\, :ii,.!!t
wit in it- tx rtl.-t. -t.itizn: i;.ito-rial
u-edI. 'ei-t o*f i'Oli-tructiton. t .. t,-
,thtir with -,aniplle-, ,,f in .teri il
u- dl. Tle-'- aitlpi0 -. froiii .ll tla t-
a I tie -tat-,. will lake ;a ; .I lu.it'bl
.i'i v''fr ili:.-r .-~tilli t'xhil it.
11.i"' W1;.001) I ( l t:
A.t, f< t ling I't-o in aIilth to Sllt-
tfrrenA.
l yrI:r ;l. dl lP rt .' Art y u.r i -ur'
.f r ( t- 'r tr:i che'- i. .1.
-l.,w l I) ,-- ',' ur w -ki.L it'; ,: It u: :.
H .iv,' i ., l' i ,i ; ;- .:- W ti' :.

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Investigate the Convertible


Term Contracts


One of the Best Cominic Opera Corn- iPeter Siers Arrested and Fined Hear-
panies on the Road. ily o)n Two Charges.] --O' THI--
No better pleased audience ever There were twelve cases before Old Penn M utual Life Ins C
sat through a play or opera at the Mayor Hilliard in the police court C.
Pensacola opera house than those this morning, of which one was dis- DAVID EDREHI, ostr who heard Susie Kirwin and her charged. The fines amounted to110llO. DA INNN 1.NN N. 1'. .
clever company sing "The Two Peter Siers. colored, charged with -
Vagabonds" last night. The music cursing and abusing Louisa Douglas
was excellent, the voices were all on January l!ath was fined $25. He
good, the girls were all pretty and was also charged with assaulting
graceful and the vaudeville work Carl Miles with his tlat yesterday. a
was first-class in every particular. for which lie was fined $25.
Susie Kirwin deserves succe. Peter Ielano. charged with as-- -
for she works hard to tpleae ler pa- sauilting Willie Brootks with his
trons and she gives personal atte-- hand. was fined $1o.
tion to every detail ot the- presenta- Peter Bradlepy and Ardell Howard.
tio,n. charged with visiting a place where
She d(lid clever work l'ia-t night as lewdness. and indecency is practiced.
Fanichon and she wa- abl' support- were each fined $lt).
eld. Alice Hare wai a- pretty a- a Frank Rutle'de.. Alinz-) (Crin -
rosy-cheekled peach in her captain n and Geo. Jerome, cliargo-d within i.-
Pa-til I nd.-atiew ta-s irac'-fiul as a iml disorderly by quarreling, wt-r
razell-. Margaret Bixter was in each fi;-Pdi$. S 1 E As A P I
fline votieC and L.o)ui e HoR, .rts a- "lhos. I.iddy, a fak,. d(cti .'t')b.-ut
Princie-- Polllpadotir o tw ? ill ;a t:t r t. 70 ar- of a :,'. w :-i a rr -to-d thii-
atid lh iiatii;led It Witli \W,:id-rfuil 1 1 1(orn tiu a d otrd e-t.d ta I.av.- ttoWli.
skill. Harold Goordo hti a ,i. T COLO S T rc1u __ 'HA T W AS II
Voir'I3 arid he kiiows lhow too i- It. TIll llFSIr IF: E IN Til- W'O ilAL V J
('ha-. -Fuller. Lyiman W ho..l-r ;:!.d 'i Pa::. r Salv.. It i made from a
E. A. R adel r ea h filled till i ',.ir 'a.rt pre- ri ;in b\- i Ii wol N I wiide' kiwn 27,:<-inlit, ilk (hi!i .: ailn ..a....... ...................
to lpt-rfection. but when i" caine' to -ki) -p-ci.ili-t lind i- pi --itiv.ly th :;I-inch Silk I',nl:il-l .. ................. ...
the two vagabo ind E. A. (Clark iand nmol t h .lini -.lv.e fr ipil. s, i.nurn 31l-inchl Si ll. i-t-, a a D- ...... ...... ....
J. (' Harvey. it was hard to) k.ep -cahld i.-r-. I lunlir It," ar. 1nd i .
olk- oin their feet. Jlaivey i an skin di- a-e-.- W A. I'Al b rt. 2-i Z yr (i h ill ........... ...
a:nusiii g "'('1 and h.- kept e'.try- 2 T-i Viii ('n Ct ck iand Stri;- i: ......
hl dy roarii)-g w ith laugIn ter. i'r l.;-ii S lt IMI' :'td-inchli Spri-:2, Style l' rcal sf ... ....... .. ...........
Th.' vaudeville work wasI t:'- r-t I..
and m t entertaining ever At V. .. id l's t,-d: Ordtr attern ilk n two like.... ........ ... .......... .....
here and ever-'y n l4mem ber wa- hi !- qui' t !.-,ne 1"-,4. lto-icli Inriil; ,i iti a ...... ............ ............
class. *-The Girl W ith th,. Aulbiirna H u t.ter'- Hvy at Fu- -nti-ie Arlbo)n.t'-. .-inch.C. (ih ck Naii-,ok............. ......... .... .
l.ocuks san:i-g her w ay into thi<- lm :irt ir alil) Pie lititv.ti1 : .. . . ........... ... i, :
of :ill present. This featuile s.n la h'-r (" ondiion 'i.a i -- L ,.l',.- ,., I ..-: -.,-1 .. .. .
t:init entirely new oni t .- l at...
church minu-ic., choir girl; in .ut;-- 'iT!. c, titrr of e lo)w prs.- ., a :i-
plice; stage set a-' ilit ir ot mov, 'd fiorn the.' uppi er li- ori v.'il-
chure!il altogether a ra-:lii-'ic -'. n. l-y to VW-tern New York and ha.
**The }lovY City" wa< very lii,e. i bh(,n -tui('t'(vdd Iby" an area,1 i otf !ih Mings
MMi-s Kirwin sangCrt-' Ie >- l i.t- I'ar.--. -r, thA:t cv-,:'< th-e t tit[r'
te-r than it was eve bc'vo: ni: ,n N1 rt3w -t ** I1 '- It,n'- )1.itnn .. .e.i -----------------------
it P i.nacola stage. I Alt anlophi -rice di-turbance i- ,h eail;; l'ul l)'-i :.- S. I i-p;l.iy l
iaby Ht latrice is a little, t. t wit h a brewijng in Tl'-x.i toi-day. It will .-, l,,ll- ( ia .1 Mattin ...
wondf'rful voice and -i it a nilt ov' e:i.tward(and re-ult in ilicre'a-;-
cle'ver dancer. The illu-trated -on'.i.. i 'ag cloudine-- iin the Gulf states.
oild ,glory animated onl -:i.-t mlii Marked falls ill temperature oc- pI,,tt.n}l. lT, r I'ranl idL:lies- Slippi;, :1-!A. Ox t 'ri- : .
clry-.an'thoeinumii naricl! we' all 'curred in thel W est frotii the Mi-- ( Our l.-i) Lin.- i- .Si;perir it.: 'i:.il ;\ .
v'ery attractive featuire-. soiri valley southward to T'exa-,
SlIaid Palha is beinl -inia ;it thli- and it iha g rown warner from thi.
aft-,rnoon's matinee and Ca(n'na Mis-i-sippi river ea-tward to theAt- ti
will h. t"o-light' attraction. I laitic ')a,-t: 41it liil(s aill hour ;t tt t iit
"illh re lha bee nianv hi.i -pric.n -Marqluett- a nd t. Patiul wv'rret t
c'lopaniies here wlio 'did n11t ,i' lighe-t wind veInciti- diiring the,
half -.,0 ntertainini t a pr'ogral. Past 12 i:oirQ.
The company d s.' rvt .- lib .:'l ;Ip:- ar'ti tt' iand St. Louis ;are tlih,.
tr,,. g.ir. ,,otIly + tati.,n- w lier, pr-.c pitation ,n ,-
t'll TI a! ld iI t l. Ill. s oS 1W Was c l ('11-
A Thousand Tonguei tinriziinnr at t I.- lti ad t i -2 T 'inrg iesr 1 C
C(uli inot express the rat;-r of t", "" "lat 1Buggie Buggies Buggies!
.\hiill la. Sp;rini1ger. otf 11:'. ) H owa.rd (',.'in tli ,i : p,,i:i t ta : c'llltinli :iti'io
-tre-.t, Phi'ladelphia,. Pa.. w :. -' i e ,of f ir :; .i-l.alt v,.,et!,i.r fool tlil-
founld that l)r. hKint;'- N.\w i,-.,',v- vici:.it '. .! J. W .,, iJi. A SOLID CAR LOAD. Stylish Stick Seatc
e-f' for Cl ',;t ii1ip'tiion ih.tl 'ii; -ly -I, 7.
Se a h:i i: 1 T I- s inv I.:;:> i i )Iii Pretty Phaetons.

:'. oi ve r :. :., ll L O AD I ; 0E
-,; ,,f thi i}{,yali (' r; --"it .. : "- : : .. !t.. 1 *i i ;l i;,,.
Ca'.,t! 1.Iw -411 1 i,-.otl-.v. !,i,! 1 i il i -II I \I I .1;s Any and Every Style! Top Buggies.
arrl -v lr ly rt' i,,,I: .rd,,r .' k,
1 r ir l v, ,rho ii lt. i i r -, l '* -, v L -t I.
I !',fo.-rt(,,. ,.n ho ia,,- ii'-. I. B EST 1 ES, L TEST ST LES.

l)i-c,' v.,ry for ai troiil tt! ,. I l i* [II
'.It, o ri, .,:,, *rl.,, ,t w. First Come, First Served; They Won't Last Lon.-
-A. 'Al"ibi't' Dr,'; :S,, e: r W ho is Rader ?
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ki!!~ w ill ll r arllilm : ,-i : i w ir,.
f i 'ic ng: :it suL !i l w 1 11-' it will
-il pri-4, v.rybt)ody. Y n1 Call havo-
aiIy k h ind fr,,i! :2 t 1, 1 t li.: ;
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No better Cigar for
the money made- DUR-
HAM--at D'Alemberte's


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3tdosVerdict.
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CROCKERY.





107 S. Palafox.


Lenten


Delicacies


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, MARCH 13, 1900. 5


Y~d~I1~T~ iatiad that fully 7, (010 People will at- the Qaisoon at the time but no one
NOTES tend, knew whis fired thie or dt i disthe
A m eA r ica zia Fc :oor.er 1) ivy Cutting. TI!P pslii-' have bie(-li un-
_______Crsickstt. hsn(-s. ;,rri v. id a: ot. aile to i.ut any ?;:,uticfactorv iinfsirtni:4-
'sc-.Ms-xic,..M ~tion andi no arrest- 1have i :beer,
I.Ji an'd r rti1?15 arl (irz. -tiu-t its
yVs'ungatitttirui-v sf Mari.inna atnd Welivt- .ai-jv n.j d.4ret'sT i-
J-ifii-.W. (ardLtyr. edits r sf in -tics- .'.*- Isi--gan ,!;'C1 ti~-tlai
( ':j iI'y-v tscrdr. %vir, .fvaaA ial- (u:'It'ni--lin -aillh40"',.
-rQ :t Iii:QME Ww- f1Ms t%;- afte-r- ks-sP a ,t, stb. "peillsia to tw:wtA
lii i~il. .whli-es .rany ,~f rn-v f!tily mv-


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*f W. Mm"P:.sl- ('hits''1will re-rs-t
t.-.Kimthat Mvr. M3.1.it. sIkAwit.
u!., !. a-; hi etasi wtant-tat the -church
fir -t unttb'-r si years LaQ teind.redl

T: .- Kaitwr trwirisl, ini tl-i-di-ric-t
*iv*- n, t ye et -ii ~-#-ttled. thiioughs it
1.1 pf (I thatanaixanaicta'jls-adjust.
ui-tw.11 be.i'rpache-d in the next few
-ii Tji v Nv'xv-:wi informed lby j a-
tut-s 1- parties that the adjurtmi.-zat
1a1. pneclu.d Ai t ipugl to imakse it
!,:I* '!a t~-ri- W ill [it- tie, getitirat


!1 a: 2.nd(l i!ts-iythu.rni"t talked
A* Ivb y~i M.- iii. rb-tis-d oiv 11p ii
siv-Iiatii* 'iIw i as-tjudgmllenat iqisiait
ii -d tys nigf.tht at thi, sisera Lss-
I i -t, *I t I ; ar1tie-ii t.d (It i IIta I I- -Iad I '-
lli~-f' t!;a't!t1'I la'v an~d ('situpa isv
j... cii. Pi- Iaitisial rece-titsl- is levr.
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-,,If i I 1in tIo Cateh 'i!d we- ,;-. ili to
t-oo the lt.'ouh Rtei-dy. and a a 're-
suilt we nri-vr have too -end away for
ai d aoctoir :tid incur a large di'tior
bill, fo r Chlaniberlain'- Couiih Rein-
edy never fails to cure. It i- cer-
tainly a iedicie of great imerit arnd
worth --DI. S. MIEAKI.I:. generall
M,.rc ,iant and Fuarni-r. Mattie. Bed-
folds (',,ii ty. P:. F-', r -a! l, y H 11-
lnali Brj--..-' ISouilth Palafiox street.


Fine- t Shrinim, of t:ie sI-a-,:i at V.
J. Vidal'-. Phot.e 1.54
I 1. It HOLLl
Of I'ul i S-chMl No. 1 lIor Febliruary
1900.
(Carey Abercromibie. (ClarA An-
drew-., ,e--i- Ia,-ett, May Bell, C, -
lett- Bobe, Flo. -le Buyer, Minnie
Burtu. P'-arl C.'aimpbeil. Auliii-
C'hri-tophii r-srii. ( cci.i Clubb-, (ii.-
bert ( ,-uliu t,. Ilimad D)avj-. J'--it de
Roc h,-lii t 1,(L- lIt eii an!i, W il" I
Fther-it:-. It:alp.; l' i-i er., it .s-rta
Fl-'i- r., M.a t l,!- aI.l 0 l-rtrUiii
nri.a-,di ..N. .\.ii,. 0 dif. y, \'ioi,.t
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Shlil \\'! L. .;:It. ( a' lils- \V !it,.. A -
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ll P'.A ILINE 1 RH -.-F:.

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,' a t' ii l'i .i v til. th, l: atli'u-
W -- il 1a i l 1 n it 111 11t n, rtt. : ( -
.i 'v.a P'.trk, withi 4-nroolin ioii-', harn'
t;:l tiw -ttabl-. Prics.e F(; For
tu rti.tri inf, rti:atio a;ppiy ti* W H.
l,i:2 a-it ... plai.,'s. ,.1 J. F:. T)ubui--
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Fr,-.t Shrimip a: V i.i~ti'-. (':ill
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Three Large Stores
Fill ,f FI- N ITI iV t ['!)#,s fit.--t
ih:., I A W tliint I;t-dro.:n Suit.- -v-er
-t ,wii in: l'P'-i-:-i"ol:4. Pretty. ineatlv-
ii:.- ,.l '.4 o 4 ak 1 1 (l',- i Zrn Iii l S t-- it
.ill -pi c.i--. Ita 1an and (',obbl, r S' .:at
l,,<'k,.l -. hiL' aii.d little 'h 'a ,' andi
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THE PEOPLE'S STORE,


A.


k4 Proprietor.


kethe HairGrow NEW
1itofa!ar !'unpIm i fC r I '' NEW ARRIVALS!-
htert k:n "tres. Th-i trilrate:.t at oanm e
stol.ps fa.llin hair, remol es *crui ts. scalt., a;and
'"an udruff'.. ,,* s irritat.il, r.':"hin" Oirf,.i'-0, -' LR, first announcement of New Arrivals of Spring
stlrmiu;ies the hair f.!.liclm3. sulppih" ti\e
ruAksi lth oanergy and lnourihelnaie t, andt
makesthe hair row when allelsefa ls. Apparel. A generous assortment. large variety
Fold throughout l~ world. P,,TTrr D. A D C.CORP..
sale Props.. Boston. "How so Have Baettiful Haur." e he -n n l Q v P ,N T ai W -


Ilotion to Dismiss Carter's Appeal.
WASHINGTON., March 12. Solicitor
General Richards gave notice today that
at the proper time he would submit a
motion to dismiss the appeal and writ
of error in the caa of Captain Oberlin
M. Carter. now pending before the su.
preme court, on the ground that no
constitutional question was involved in
the case and therefore the court was
without jurisdiction in the matter.
It i., v(-ry hard to t:larid idly by anti
-i (our dt-ar one- tullftr wnlil aiwait-
miLr the arrival of tih d,,ctt,r. An
Alt.iiivy N. Y. dairin:ian callIdi .t a.
-il t- hi- ti- !il.:. et-ri ,iy --irk
with. rr,<-i ;. N,,t tindinti the- doctor
in. hei lit,- wordI fto tiiin to (',ltus :at
,, I, ... !i i- r.t !r!. I a 'l-, h ,u .ht
i i,,,;t ,,t (V' liVi )e l, i i '- Ci ', ( tl i
1 ;",'1: ,i \. W hi h'fll !i ""li d w nuldl *.v,'
-,,ii ,' I -i 'f until ts ,. d(l ct'ir tliulit
-i\'. Irt .1 f'\vw h iur- i t.> rflrti l.
-uivyll.' t! d ctilr di,.td lit cllin ;I1
t i, (lahl w I 'a- uti rl I.t t t-r. 'T' e
tlt.r i .-t. M L r. ( t- I ; Sci.lz.. s;i t lit-
Str lllV lia~- -iiucI. r'iii't inIIl. id-ds
('luitail-r l:iin s (Cosili l~to- :.r y toI
tli-ir nl .ii! iirh., ;ainl fri s-nd- until ,t-
!:1- ; 1 t" li-tli t dln'lltiifd f r it fr. In
t'i;at li art if t fi, coi',I tr'. Flir" -:il
t>v H :tm!l .ili H r,-.. 2'1 .,,itth i'al.tfx
-'.t s't.
A ll t hi Ij,- l);rail I 'f l:'~- iat
l-'ii-"-,i At it'~ii a -.
'l'h.- lItr lady itl tl votifiL c<>iiilt>-t for tl,-
liite plaii,,n fr b-ut lit ,f C'atlhili,'
church. l;i/ iir inoticti dl tl.uii fiaL :rie
.M11- Ida Piliagi. M'-. J.lii: Mc-
Hughli Miis-y. Mi,-- MIaruisiritte
Finsli. Mi-- Altii:t Smniit. Mi-.-
Claudia l vrr:ira, with lot,. linor, t(
be heard fr-i',. Priic 4f vits. In
clients. Vtiln> ,hix at ('lutte- .-.

"Paul J.,nif-," at Eugn'i Atlni'.
?lihdlalinie lBuggies.
If y');iI h!Ivi not yet in1ptft'te'd tl it
tine lt of hrew iHugi~s-ri;lt frolri
ttit- factory, :at factory price'- -go
and so-e thitmia at otic', at J. M. Hil-
liardi & (Co's.
Room Mouldings


Ual It 1 O t, liUA CLtait3 L i' 3 CL.t I i 111 0I ,Jal e, vv LO.
We carry all kinds: the largest assortment in the

city of well known brands. Among them the famous
**" ,'-i/t;,n //I/,'/n/. famous for fit, style and finish-in


fact the best fitting Waist in the land.


dealer or customer can den'.


This fact


You may form some


idea of our otierings by a glance at our large ex lu.-ivc

Shirt Waist Window, and they arc a heaip-r than
heretofore by reason ot our Motto: "Si I C Im .i' \\i'


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New mmNew
Arrivals:. MiUt IND EMBROID[RIES! Arrivals:
I )ur (s-rtrf- '1 bi'- s- :'a iu hii-;t i 21 Lr iss -ll ..a t o!"', I! N t, % -
1: L~assco- i I~andE ibrsiido~ris -

\l. f !:Ict .tV5andi~It-rtosita.
N~tcht:.-Tini ta itw :aii t:.tt-n

l'.ititu! rs.flort-.fil and P1t t V I




Sweepin Sale of ivsu in [Ilkrwe'ill!

Otis- l1st -Hl I ,r!a 11'1. I' ft- III 1s 1#-III)I"IWI a t tu I :i. t- 4 s.tis i

4 Ins, I,-'C .'I-V TrintiiiossI (is'%n-as :it ( Wart,

On~ Liot Mi~-.-' Triwniil (ul G -ww a:t (*.-~t M k-.
Ono1,-,Lt Ladie-" I rmit.-AI 1ir~js.wsirrth <'t-r.......... wh -a
)tit- 1,-,t Ladiiss 'f-, T !I II.;aII- i ( A1I or ic( I i -it i iss.V. :-of ..........*e: 1
-,,,One Lot Odds and Ends.
Ii ,aIn wit -* k tsI.1.1d railtl't','i;-.tas(ts-i#- uttat 4( Is-t M it k- Pwe.


Anyone interested in in i -! a!ds1'... a in aindr fm av. at .1
I is-. & (o's No. 11 N. l'al:liox
new and nobby gar- l'io,,.; :,. -i
ments for Boys' and DURHAM Cigars are
Children's wear, should the finest 5 cent smoke
call on Rice's represen- Try them at D'Alem-
tative at Merchants berte's.


hotel.


JUST OPENED.


('o miil' :!,' A ll>, i {it y ,,nl o,..
1'hi I-lit ai'I-,Id lilr il;ill -iipport, i
v -*,*i :il iill-i':.i i al t -t of it -
' .i. -tin't f.:l ti i t ti k t---
rir-. 7'! int-. 10 :;[fit oft ". I. 0 .
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DeFUNIAK SPRINGS.


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IIl l** .l: S6 tr 1 DURHAM C:1iars hav Seat of the Florida Chautauqua now in Session
DURHAMOCigars have Until March 27th.
*--Everything New and Clean.- been tried and fire test- nes esort in Western or
,.. t, ,. ,. ,, ,, ed. D'Alemberte sells / t inest Resort in W est.rn Flor,."...
i ,. < : v. :i ;-. < i W ..kly I: -. th em .


A. E. BAKER & CO., Proprietors,


14 EAST GOVERNMENT STREET.


FORBES


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Spring


Goods,


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aIe Lonsdale 4-4 Bleached Cotton, ........ . . 8


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TrAT ESTATE
Rental and Insi
AGENTS,


J. M. FTTTLTARD & CO.,


Carriages, Buggies, Wagons and Drays.

-- Repairing Attended to Promptly.-c-
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]Roscs--Carnations.


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Carnations 75c per dozen. Delivered
irance American Beauh+ps S3.50 to S.')70 per dozen. eltiero
All Other Roses $1.50 to $1.75 pr dczen, to ycu.


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NICOLA CASSA,
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ACTS GENTLY ON THlE

KIDNEYS, LIVER

AND BOWELS


CLEANSES THE 5ysTEM
ThEFFECTUALLY,

GOL' EAOA~'Vf E

OVERCOMES~ .--'

HA4BITUAL C NTIPAIO
PERMANENTLY

ICIALfffCTS'

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thrfcm~tlvtvt (roiltnft Kurator Cms.
VIC1041t flu ius in=Orphan Girl.
k~ i:m :5. C. March 1,,. Pro,-
Zessor J C M~ares, who until hie re.
jilzred throte zul~nths uza-.wts ia~zructor
.:I tne stale InS: Itne [or tile deaf and
~Le hiuu." 'Nud !ao, L4 !: _1. 1 be en found
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INCNDIRYCRANIK'S WORK.
!.V1dienct. !,-ht I .N a.H I 'imt ( litrch -s !to
( 1i ic, ;:a '% 'r- !si oWa PIrlr..
Cm *i-... :ii -hc'.u evidence


mn : i ti .L*I v::H.::.g ia fewvi.weeks
4of itit rr,E~v Mi.dtciunrch
i'.~~ ~~ re11ti.' j 4* uir;4'r'nd:arv crank.
b~ r e 41 I'l in, org-in luft,
y.4 P, V*. :.:wt:'.i4.,i .:eto reach
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d.'1:Ca' I L-K'.:g :.w,, n;gru?!-

I :~ I. :H~eanrniciore !'ir
c.: urctie.,i tnlta L, c6-1-sf, rr 1irti. 'or i~o
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A~'dl)-1p." & ito l i'1Llit Ore (4.;tfoua.
j.1 V .)' ini. A.a Maron i u -TL;e
zigrres in il>.- c4ii.-e of the comnmio-irncr
of agri4'uaiure :.hlow a lstariltlcg lnc-reace
in t up si~e of t.:gi tor ferti.izers for Aa.
:,a 1: o lAst vear, that Is thle season
I L4'oo 1.*.0 to Nach I 6.45.7N Otags were
t, 4. 4 This veir for the season
to March 1. tziere have been sold lL.
004) tagoo. It is required by law that to
every sack of iertmlizar sold in the state
one of the*@ tags must be attached. The
great increase In tne sales of the tags
is considered an inldication that the cot-
ton acresize this year will be greatly in
excess of Ia.; year.






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The. Worlds Trium~ph,

oi Master Rrewin9.

Tt uriihes, invi~orztfcsand tones.
'ithas the i'uUI-strong body of
the brews that built the ancient
Norse men to splendid phy.ia
strenifth,todether with the refined
=uaities anid delicate flavigr e -
cuir alone t~o
Mastcr Bre,%s.

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T HE C T U 1~a 4CCUZ'f 72Bi .RNF CC.
CINCINNATI. !!'S A.

LEWIS BEARt & ('a.. lOeaeI'lrIenvi;

THE GLASS OF FAWt ON. nix 3More 1n~ielI R1rqI'Ver(1.
I r 'I (421 ~' i~ i' .~ ~ ~ Cii I.LLTON, Va. M rh 1.-
11 !"Tr i.no -P~i ~.- b(-'d-ea were recovereri fro~m R,!d
~..:~ Im A.,`; in':e todav. Tue to-ti! nurtber of
'V.~-:- wdeaq 3n far is 17. Ali tht bo 1,' reuior-
L; of ". red toiav-,-ero teyond nr gu;:vcn. I..
'1~~~~, i~1- thou ht that ctl;~ae~i~ nt~


'4 -u. '7 t:. .S4oxviu.IF. March 10 A ii,,ciaj to
1~~ 1! !1fi V ~ V s' Tile !Seunuel frfm Mvidliesboro !iavi
: :Ik pr.' Henry Norton, a bighlY esteenid aged
3tIt is rno'r" 1 r~thx:n (-.Ur. citizen of that section. was shot froul
rk:.nv, spri~ ng .~. fmi n snarbush and soriounly wounded while
t2y aV~tHp tvhI114ir inets on Baker's creek. No cause is tasigned
ar~I!ii', Ftn)n or sir. I:ip, fallifrn: as he was not known ta have an enemy.
aIubie'Iovw thil waist Ill( in front. He is san ex-confedersa~ soldier.
P, aftlir 1 cas n tli- tint ~~t'i1o b
r'"14i1 -a 4al- Ole te nrrcot tLing. e- VEI 'Y p3CIIE t L E
jop('Iiiiy in t.' pnoiitlivr 1-f petarl i'e FOR STEAM PIVIsIOwi
nmral-it un i Hiisd with ostirlth Teoa lb-
rLNSACOLA ILchCTR NA
0",(-f.No~zil lln-r:1 fo P1{AIIJWAY CO)MPANY.
(~ ~~I :L !o1:ienl'Z., i in~trilvr rain,1-0- v~Po-macoia for the Littit
1911o Il -lo or Irix :t l ld wrihtt IeithePameto B ach. Warringtou, %,,v)
~~ i'!'it' t.lsitl Il i o Y a m.arribua Fort kBrn a rrat es 7:5~
11, aiiu.: .1 l suaro'k%-:ti lti~ arrtw % v l.Infl i:'t .in. arrive at Fort Barrancas li4':v)a.Yr
~' nnrs e*~jrto~tI. 0P.mi. arrive at Fort Barrancam 1 : 4, p in
8:-'i ) l lrp aitr I-:,. t t t ,r t1 t r rft Iirr C 1; 4.1:, ) ,-
Ti:. j. at~~tii !'w~~ redr.*a r' ) A1p.mi. arrivt' at jort i'arranra!, 7.A111 L i
of 1-111tv *p t* rhi rnir..el -10('P ii. arrivt- a! Io~t larranca. s.i.~) p I
k~ Trmt:iij ieavteFor-, Barranicat for ;kt-ura.
1!14-111 an n*iii is t n h im i :.,1.o.f rt p #i s ,-
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I IlP. in. ,rr.vo tPua.oi 4"pi
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ThpEre will be a regular inept,
tt.t 1P.-n-aoca Ia M~dteaI $eocjt
B1~ oard of H-stth office
o '-b ck p. .m.Taewla~y. March 1:
27, ; 4 .
V;'lti~tphy*siciang are cor
D. W. McMiLLTA*. ,M.
Press!
F. F. BRtUCE. 'I. ID..
Secretary.

Convention Call.

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woy. Hvtodt- a. Deumark and ot!,ar u;u-:.


Obilgatio--i. TAkfn Payable at Pct:i of T('i@(.1 r Fifte-..:
aiftor VtisAt'1 Arrivei; there.

Cusastetoy Deposit Boxots for' Rent. in Counocitcii
urith whir we have a Pr~'wats Apartm'ent for the U14
of Rentrorm.


Cold Weathcr
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PEN'S A( OA.

Try It. ou Ta~p at all khluaes. V. J. VID 11 I. Sola Wholes


? aul J~:anc adEcho 8;rin~s elebratei whi~icS,
TRY A 8OTT[i Of CHLIRY 1611C.
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JUG & ]FAMILY TRADE SOLICIT ED

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4 LODGIN

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Foundry Ml~achine Slop -'


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4 1 :YN EUROPEAN PLANI.

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LYNCHED BY HIS OWN RACE.
N -gr !tho: to D-ath For ('rlminal
Ai..ul: il <;;rl.
1A1. n M;<-., Mar.-: 10.-Thomas
C.avynu. a ne;:ro), 'as- shit to death in
ti.,. c.uutv i.y n r-i:,er., of hia own race
D. r:ii.ml. a-saut upon a i.-
v a r. i w.t- (.l.et to the
u:- c.b.a .'**::1 u.let, from a
: ., u \...* S;ec were Lred iu;o hiw
1 L- .3ac--: wi.. n;: ev-'r blury the
: r s- iLii : r a inas on the ground
an:d i. a pr.'-a...vy wi.l be det; aured
"1 ]. -r-- : s .it: cr no exciteuint among
*,, ; .aati:' n u iundi.


M i n i n g C (1) A nfl v t o
lJ1,'.E,,A. Ga... Marcl
me lo(.n foot here atuo
b'esof tLe D~Aiaionegs
i1'iMILn~ng Company
fl'-W .:i"gold tminingan,
pau' to ite capitalized, it
tu.U.It is further
Dow cumpafl! will be
;tanriard. and that ths pi
uy d-edor option 5.,('O ac
ianciii for tneir enterprise.
,.I tb. nfw cmpany's en
&Aid. w.'l be the fartvI
tnlfe. Ickatt'd about Iu
Imblic square of aloneoe
haviug a few days azo be
byv the Cuns~izdated COMP


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POWERS AND DAVIS

SECRETLY REMOVED

Transrferred From Lexington
to Louisville Jail.

WAR SCARE IS SUBSIDING

1i -putblicsen L.glslators 3ay lie Ar.
restrd-l)-rimocrat i-fus. to Deuy
or (Coi ni i umors-T.,ylor Ueiug
Urged to Move to London.


h 10.-A move- I'ANKL',Li)T, Ky., March J2.-A dis-
Dng the stock- patch from Louisville says:
a Consolidated Secretary of State Powers and Cap- I
to organize a tain Davis were brought here from IAx-
id mining con- ington in custody this morning and
is said, at $V.. placed in the county jaiL The prison-
maid that this era were driven from Lexington to Law-
known as the
promoterss hold renceburg, where they took a Louisville
;res of mineral Southern train for this city.
. The nucleus The war scare here has again appar-
ns Tashionekas ery flattened, though leaders on both
ilie from the sides .t.ii express grave fears as to the
igo, this mine ultimate out-ou:ie. Belief among the
een purchased Republicans that attempts will be made
_pany. to arrest lipubl:can legislators, in co-.,
nectl.cri wi:. tne asassination of (ov-
NCEMENT S ernr G'vLel, haq resu:ted in several
CiJULm, mien.,l.rs !-av,:ng town.
Demio'ra'r;. offl'-ials refnue ei:her t3
:atla'. contirni (r tieirv tlitna .;ic'ii warrants
,,- *. ,:'. have 1)eis il .ued, totutlah admiitting
' tat l re a::ese:8 w : ake ac,' within
a few ivi's I: i a-e(r., tnit (;o)v-
Scrnor ''or or l i n a.:In:' ade' to IIIove the
exe-ut:v, H e- tl ) ,-i : where h"-
i w i l !, .:o Ir :. it. Ie :'rri -' t u:i
S, that .1 h e .;- fu e t. ':tt. :.aitu
S, t : the lo i..

pa' ;: i f i' "a.n ;i t,:;". t (~ t
btate l ;U a:b. V. ) .tir>t'.; lr:. 1. : .t'"iil;.
qui .e a (r :v1 i ;; ; r'> i ar .: i tIle
'at' .t: '' ,'- i rf t :;i i .'ur o. m eet-
i t:'. but ; i'e i. i t- t fI : t'il l: '..>!urt
W :t;r' ;ii lii'w.i IG ILt- V.';L i 'GLlt i:Pl t. -it.i-
T-i:, s ;. .f i:;::';:: undt r I.inute-n-
a:nt ',ai.' wac s .artit l f, r 1,. ion S tr-
r.r ':.' a ;i (4 e* ,* rt 1,r .-. rotary of
tt.'- i'ow ,rs ari Ca; tain l'Pivis re-
S- :-- tunnel t,, l-'rankfort till- morn:ng Out- .
i*: '- '" tli-, h.iwever. It' r ritifoiu-c iement
!rriv I ali it is .tated now that nf
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JOHN H. MARTIN'S FUNERAL.
lie W\Vs I)0: of the ()ltest -Editors lu

ATI -\rA. March 12..-Tue funeral of
Jomn It. Martin, the o!i and well
known (;eorgia editor. who passed away
at his home on Williaanimtreet early
sunday morning, wail be held at tho
residence of the deceased Tunsdav morn-
ing at 10 o'clock. The service will be
e'nducilod by Rev. A. W. Bealer of
Cartersville, who for many years was
intimately associated with Mr. Martin
in editorial work in this city.
John l. Martin was a nat;e of North
Carolina. l11 began his work as a
newspaper man ln that state, and at the
age of 17 ae was editor of a paper at
Rlaleigh. giving up a position of promise
there to come farther south to try his
fortune. Hil moved to this qtate and
settled at tColnmbus in 1i'ij, taking
chargee of' Tne Enqairer -un in that
town :i its editor an i proprietor Prior
to making hi% hnmim3 in Georgia ,lJohn IL
Masrti n('ccuiied ihe p- 'lt..n of %tare
pr.ntr :in AI].baiina, !-c.ated at Mont-
. orCn-y.
HiGHr_ SCALE OF WAGES.


n,, '- tt'4'-u Iae typn" founder.s : n

z ;...' and t.,8l hourm i

t(-. I 2. .'.4 '34. :!- eww a* 1. a' O
aualll t:rk u.' 'Ii .a ..~ .into
T.loa A r.tn -11.Na:. ICUIst

~.* .' U rlCd.emnawietl an in.
i : r 'a -"j o ,,) vpcr coiit. titit aci-
c !u,,.- 'c)!:ouiiaie. The conifertence
111i~ i p~' rt ojs noariy a v.'u~k. .1I la
tlf founaier-a at tb" umeeaung r(&;re-
ee-,ie ulii *.zU.00).0'J'J cavatnl amnd ta
(ICe~a.op~t4- of tue wnrk~nen's unions r-p.
rtk(.44Ut."d uVjO empl'l)yes. Type fou:.i-i
er, fr, in neariv eve ry rect'.un of ti.e
ci'.ntry w'-rp iniatteudari.'o.


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Coffee' Coffee..
II e call the attention of1
ftie general pulllic to the
acrt that we hare one of/
the best equipped Roasters
in the South, and tli hat we
catn furnish this delicious
(hererane at prices that
defy competition. 'e( also
uwish to remind you that/ our
('ojj'ees are always fresh
from the Roaster. 11 'hle
others are old and h are lost
their (trofmta, or./ is f res'h
ald delicious.
.V'c Orleans (Irocer/ Co.,
J.JS. .4'11 !Y;!i.
Phone 10-.7. Proprietor.



GRAND EASTER BAIL!
T1", I. E i liy
112'? LO'CE, No. 2571, K, C H.,
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RAILWAY'3 IMPROVEMENTS.
Southern to Spend $1,0(<0,0U0 on
One of ts Liarp.
]ENXVIIi.x March 12 --aPlroai con.
tractor. are here to look over the South-
eru ra!iway's r.,ad fro:u A,:.-eville to
C:..!tan i;A. The cvini, any !h:-& appro.
.-,.-tc:i .-i, ., .J with wh icu to build
pt-w triw'4s., ew grauen. new sidings
ift:l n-w btationu Iri,, Am oville to
Ch.ttait,.oi The c'Z tr..ce will be
awaroil-d in W\Vash.ng:i March 2~ and
work wiA bi;::u ::ine.:'iatly tnernafter.
1Vhen t:e Jou ,.4 ( tiA.'tfd this will be
t..s3 Lnzast s.::.u ct rA..road ai the
s ath.
('otton Mll ;1uatci le Hi mi.lug.
C<'l.r:A. 8 C.. Marca 12 --The
record shows that '&TJ000 additional
capital iS to j.O into cotton mills a a re-
sult of declaratious filed within the last
4b hours. On Feb. 217 a statement was
pubisaned in this correspondence show-
ing that the capital invested or to be in-
vested in cotton mills for the present
year aggregated $2,.8.b.000. To this
add: Woodruff Cotton mils, $250.000;
F. W. Poe Cotton mills, increase $250,.
lO?; Croft Manufaoturing company,
Alken. $.60.o0; making a total of *3,-
567v.,(K. This does not account for all
thi-: .Lri la s:ght, but gives only the
actua: c;c:'arations that have been filed.
Sugar It, eitery It-sumas.
NF:w Yo:K., March 12.-Work was re-
ou:nt-d at the sugar house of the Ameri.
can r ug'tr Retining company in Jersey
Ctv today. The p dant was shut down
a %.3ek ago fur the third tiune since the
1:ist ,f tJho year on the plea of over-
r-,:L, "iuon. The whole force, consist-
.... q i '..,t ]. 00h) auds, went back tc
w.rk teday.
Y. 31. C. A. 'Convenition Aq'J nui -n.(
t''T; <:1. ;i i4, March 12.- The Y. M.
C A tt.ate conve"iti'lu c -_sed today
Ni ,h cnierruces of otli'ers ot associa-
t: .;'.- Lanty of tho delegates. spent to-
day vis.;:in; point, of intent s! abo t tno
city and wil.L proLably leave t.,r their
bha :(.s ...;i.^ t.
'Ill 'it I. 1., :i'ht .'rolit 1y '1 h1 .

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THE JUG TRADE IS OUR MA'C".%- 'vPECj6;LTY.


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:..OPPOSITE UNION DEPOT. O


W. C. NORMAN, Proprietor.


Telephone No. 46.


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BEERS, ET.- r (47

~ ~O5 ~OGIASS, LARGE 5Oil `rM : T~


SOLE GINTS FOR


AV' I,.\ N TA 1..1. %V I NO 4 'MPA\N, -


H. H. WICKED.


Monday, April 16,1900.


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', -Fancy Goods, ---


rI' XN CHLINA TEAS


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-40TUG TRADE A SPECIALTY.


PENSACOT.A. FLA


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No. ra South Palafox Street-
All Ki':d! o. l'lumnbirvw 'and (J:-4 Fitt''' ., Mate-r' a' -U'


-.EVERY DAY.;-



HALL & KLEIN'S


MIammoth Retail Grocery,

502-50-1 SOUTH PALAFOX ST-.,
1oll.Ao x. o oC-0.


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A. M. AVERY,


(I wcemWor as M ry f to.woa,)
IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF
mnico Jotel and Restaurant Iacgi vWrar e

ALL ORDERS SERVED ON SHORT NOTICE Iron, Nails, Axes, Bhovels, Saw Mill and steamboat Buppiles, Cooking
AT ANY TIME AT REASONABLE PRICES. and Heating Stoves, Paint, Oils and Window Glass,
- *oo s b Rsent by the Day, eek or Month. Agate and Tinware and Houseftrnishing Goods.

3ti, 312 North Tarragona Street, Opposite Unien Depot. un, Pitol l and Fishing T kle.
0-Telephone 68.-- AGENT for Birmingham Rolling Mills Company, Re'v-re Olans
G--.PEO. WILSON & CO .---- ^ Stitched Belting, Northampton Emery Wheel Company, Laftin & Rard
4 ^^1 ^ W ^ *^ ILSON ^ SF^^**k ~ &y CO 9 -- T--- ***


Powder Company, jonnsons Kalsomine, iron .lg &and Bluck* tove
and Range-, Wm.Coupe ACo.'s Raw Hide Lao*Leather, Maetr-y's Ready
adeB Railroad Color..


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FRiSH VGETA8SL RmIImlI DAILY, IOLESAi All RmTAiL.


The Best


Washing Powder.

Ask Your Laundress to Try It.



TIl OII1IAL KIUTUCIT A1iZL BOUIi,



8. A. FRIEDMAN, Prol).

AGENTS FOR

High-Grade Licquors.
II'.\'FI I;II()K>!. t'P IVATi: STOCK I;1:N .II.\1xN l' ': MA.\SH.
VENYNV FIN1'" I 1I .M1A N's ('1':.* :R .IA ,I,! ) 'i: \ \TI:
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8 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, MARCH 13, 1900.


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For the Farmer.


i-a11s I!,(the zi tut: n i rP-1rt Ion bt 0 tw o -*l
11;1114 mal and fe? seu.%trtility tala
u'xiFts Inl ri-AlarigI 1ha."!, 1-g i llrturto*-at
f. r.-t N'xi-, 1. jar,''g ,ffT. Dli' iiof tme
..t~d In v:1. xt- .1 tnito Feaje arid
jocotai~.. niol., fa-f'r Iiiroo'gen, "as it no~t
Iat 1,11141 Ifll 1. 0 '1N?.t 4.g' at tor fLat
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This sI i- 144% I Wfit'r 11,0. J fi i

best fggr Lcvit!x- i~nrxvilh 'I'll.rt-Fult i.t
iha? th.- troe s aft. r a ro-w x43rs 1i0--


D~eep Plov~iini Questioned.


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tn- thIat It. I F.. I ',t*turn th 4'idet r.1o.


1111iroun in In What lertillger.



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1 la' r"ben 1.-Nk* a' ii"

Wotllf Irlick v 1~ IV.-. !r.o.Ifol
-'.d Dr. .int,.!.iN,.w LiftP l-

Ne-rviou-i Jfeadiciu. -. T! i #- ji i~ik-
1,11111 up 3,11r ;c'dt'' '. F a-y lteetaL-.
Try them i (*o, I :Y*-, E'-I1= iticy
bac~k if tnot curs.d1. S-1iJ by WA. A.

IL~t'',~ez~ vi- t ..t. b-t [o'eor. ELI-


(IS Iia~ndxona, 1;uritu / e.
Maf(rston A` Finch hare an
immense ./ockjlor you 4to .so-
lect fi wita n d tihe y till .%ell
it to yout on ion( i'Utie and
ea~vy payrmen ts.
N'ui0T W F% o. ~rol~ i x n'imt T t Zheuii tder.
-191i'd IitA.i1 tob ajlptot to Lh. ,,v.ruir
of vlorida( ... letii r, 0- .I' it,. rp rmat.
saer-. 1iititl.wly A Cl4j.,ii i;''4:: unlr the w. r -
i-ral ineoriwexi t (iiii lw 4-1 t~mit,, Atef 0? F. r-
id&. 4100.r a cigr: *r in .rl.Ail :
f..jI,%:iarg. tIii.. *r i _'talA-fI of s1% fi-t fl tie mi
I1ar.. 4,srju.'. Iiil 4 cope'.--fINIi*4,M
of F nuilln ,-r.viitinOi
14t iecr- luimsr ,l~t i. &R -nwwi% i i '.. o 4-.
t! 11 %1 4. I t'.T I M In i t 4 11 i.4 1 *1 r

at ill ta I.,,(of 'ION
t li ,Ii r I! it I III I 't 1 $.


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At t., 'o.t2. No. 'd-A finvie k-rpIi, II
AcL Iets Ao "wwli. "I. t Prea.141I'clgI
tlKiI;#& "'it .-Id k-H nllJan I
F-brii".' 11- Fr I:1-L-.'id M IS i:t 4on ct 14
Kloti,,r ambut ajU.'.Nrir.i4TVl. titAntw~erp
1"'-c :4 -
Ft: i. n -c. Iti. 'aid T-:nl:114'-c 2i
r :r~li (,hi'ta' [1.. -7 Iiig ,ringMarch 7
Fati''j. IIt.-b At -1~p'1 --i f pir
.%t)%-_- t.-ar Port Roval
441In1*t. N oir. 30l,, "IdFleetwo od. Jail i.
tiler. SNor.Badkl reston Iloe 11
Jo(144 rmn~ a N or. '.Idtilm 1't imn;t'aini N ov-140
ushiginim". Nor. *-1d Tow-hu rg I -e is
I.-?u!t-e. N'.r. -Id ILondoist, J ;ii
1an.1118. "1I. -1. -ill illai Nov I9
I ,(j)u '. hit-,. %7,', 1.14 ii wh ut-iiir F. 1, 1
MIag~dalen. vNCO), u'l4 md LBetiItJuly I I
Marvolla. It. -Il IHambu.;rg. -Nov U'
41 lift. RK11%,'.I a iVaIlice ct lt !.'2
4 mi-re'. I r. ta 41d] Hilefloc Ay rem t'i.'pt1I#i
-grr.'4*% or. 'mw1. ii ut'roet-tia. Ian
1.4-I10 H.4 t.It. .t; at L% 1 Pit' ..Nov -
Vi1it4111. N.'*r. %A'.,22i.itli Nigh I'l
X mre,.tn. It, ..d ad,'tra I1- c! "


Furniture at all Prices.


g)it1. f h. T: o II : ati ,ItItdniwr. hofir
myrI4 mii.o I t i u -,4, tieltv f!i -43nfE!11)


NAVAL STOVtI4t MAI(KE-1.
.Lep~irted DIaily ffor The News by
Maa"srs. t. N1 M be& C.


COHEN,


IHOE


MARITIME.

AID so. Pe-ncacola.'.nro .',alreptora
It -aip 4VUL-.SC~iiaf';io. VfLce
( LEARKED.
Br -os L.:,iozi-!dI. !1-. F't4-r'. v Baatrs. Itih i n
%-oy iv& C-..for I 1'.rrer-!it ,4%% :i n1..*(t'"''s- ft
I eal and b.)a-1 a % u. t! f IY 1t ifit t,- r,
valusad at tt.
fir 'tirivanri.a. F77 rown. isv W 1. W~it-
tig'li coo.('iir %ni-to-rdarin mna cardlitY % ,:!
: sol e-l f ti 'R I; Utyinher. 212.1, ft deal-,
litt.914'. He.lrn`1.4 kei latinl. it% -11W0
ft tI niii*r. va! Tu.'d at I.; -P)
ktr ?.-Torino. !i 7t. Vo-nw~l.biv ( iuIf!Tratm-i
ijiture, t":)i box..-b.-.-t iro~n, I- Ito- ;frt- Cf
inichint- :grV. 4 '-,o jIl') aflv..t :,4 rig mat i l-r"I-V
k, tt r..:,- frau:h-)g :. i. v -t titu r .. i' t"!
It 1.!iij) 4V'4t1. l160 I.1 Ii % t "' I
Hr,,- f(;r N%',-ti *,, -,. % u Th A I ,- -fT1 it Wig11 r.
o,.'- t r ,FLi I ,to.r. >. ft in A.'.: i t vr.
valued lta*4 ~
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H~E SIIIPILNG.
Vzss$KEly N POINT
ST3AMPHIP?4
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Mr An'Li,;. IT:t n4 ..A,:, '7- *: i r

Itr 1#1nr- au Iu
MW.-d Daro-ar. Even .g!i.uto raiI t rd
It or Elteir. -'I~. Ai:-r ', to H* .rder
N .or r 1(. 74. A el,.4e. inde.- to order
Nu r Iifior I.00, A.N i o~f ir. tu W e K eybe r &
('f)
Nor Ilinghtli.r. ,cu,. Ang'1r-ofl. to V() C
Ru.* Helmji. 4.7. Ak,1erlut~id. cid for CtAr-r
It Itallt. -%v. .gp.-'dastola. Lc, i-lI rro
It Lui.ia F". 4-o. 4'. CrAa. to Ilk' SK'v.-r f&
No Mtt hitja 4M. K l-p.to oee~r~
No.-sr Nioi.rzIX., t' I7,i'lao ti Key-t
Nor e-n'7 Thoiii-.'f. to ,r~dor
iiia4il 7j. I ..rd-troni, Lt ) rdoir
N or ltolh.'rt t'craftt'zi '. .JP.-"'.en, t
--z S L Co
I1r pU -r t Ra '. o.- 7o. too itola'o t-i ro l
11- 1'1- too.r: y, 7. M gIt:t,',. tn14 .
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All High Cut Shoes in
Men's, Ladies', Misses'
Children's at reduced i


prices....


A Special Sacrilice!

:5.) Pairj Ladi-" Vici Kid Srii"g
I{,. I1 Button anid Laee t.u-


for ,,nly


$1.25.
REGULAR PRICE 2m.


Gentlemen,

SDon't Miss It!


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


Men's (Genuine Calf Tan Lice Hand
Sewed Welt for only


$2.50.
tEOIULAR PRICE $.>


Doln't .o-v TImt anlid reAboutt
Priie in NV,, St ill Lead a-4tho .Le w-
(..'t I'rl;' shot. lgctl-.e in the (.City.


Yiour- ',r Shoe.; and


TRUNKS,

I. GUGENHEIM.,


FOR BEAUTIFUL RUGS
and Irap-ri's of all kinld ,
a well v- rytlii in th-r
l-'urniture Linte. call at

Thj Escamlbia Furniture Comllpany's.


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fRIEDM IN & O'S


RACKET STORE.


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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.



Our Stock is Immense!


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


In Men's, Ladies' and Misses' Footwear j
we are the Leaders. t4
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SIV Millinery,

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The finest and most complete line of
Carpets, Mattings, Curtains, Window 4:
Shades, Etc. k

a Ylou are Cordially Invited to Visit OPr ammiotli E.tablishmint


We are Invincibles in Low Prices
This makes our Success.

N Mail ()rders I'r,,mtly Att -nd d to.
Trade Di-sc.u;nt of t5 on all (Ca;h l'u c .:--. -"


SCOHEN, FRIEDMAN & CO.

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LUMBER, LATHS,
k AWED CYPBEES li3 iLES--Kin-Dril gdaps
- -P- PEN .AC )IA. 1- A.


TRY TIE EWS' WAIT COLUMN!


F. E. BRAWNER'S*-


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IS ARRIVING!


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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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new and nobby gar- Remember the Place,
ments for Boys' and
Children's wear, should
call on Rice's represen-
tative at Merchants ..__.. .


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roylII od-(J.'.-d t fit~' i t t r.-:
kirctriti. cornai-r hat-.. and 1'-16
c1re,-tq : or a f,-rloom r.-o:icai-.. I
litrvet at S.'I a mont 1 1. P. )t .,ij"
i olt RI'NT--Sev~-,nt..,.n rn'~nis at) I
hall, up-..tair-. g',orner Pualafg. atn v
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pirlsr~pot-. A 1pPI V to tiI '4 4. NV
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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 13, 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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 Related Items
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NEWS.


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 13. 1900.


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CHRISTIAN PAPER


He Began Work on His Exper-

iment This Morning.


SAYS IT IS SERIOUS WORK

"**care" Nows et a )Discount-First
I'ag WVill lie Gvl-n to Articles on
Science of Goveruantou-Temperance
Agitattors Will Have Showing.
Tr, A, March 12 -1,ev. Charles M.
:-heldon, author of "In His Steps" and
other religious stories, today began the
actual Vuork of demonstrating his idea
of wLi. a newspaper should Le. The


Irr. f"HAin rs v1 .- ni DON.
first edition of the Topeka Capital un-
der the direction of the preacher-novel-
ist will appear Tuesday morning. The
Capital publishes no Monday morning
edition.
The members of the Capital staff, at
the request of Mr. Shelden, attended
services Sunday at his church, the Cen-
tral Congregational Most of the news.-
paper correspondents who have arrived
:n the civy to report the incidents in
the week of MIr .ihelden's experiment
of newspaper waiting also attended the
tervih'c.
Today th'- work of getting out the
paper l4g, m'.
Mr S.:.- ioun oame to the office of the
paper at ,:.I o'clock this morning and
made a burrid liapeo-'ton of the van-
I o denartmenos. At 10 o'clock i.e had
a conference with the visiting, corre-
siondents. promi.tiug to ,.ve them such
information as he c'jUd during the
wo,,rk. At 11 o'c ock hbe met the work-
ing lorce of the paper and gave out in-
structions for the day.
Ali of The Capita.'s regular %'aff
of editors and reporters have betu
retained wi:h the .Sngle e=xcp-
tion of General HIudson, editor i!:-
enief. who will take a wee i (ff Many
realgous enthusiasts have offered the.r
Services to Mr. Sheldon as reporter'.
out a.A of these offers he has declined.
t.e.ieving that the regulars can be
molded to his ideas easier than raw re-
cruits could be trained in newspap-'r
work for a single week's effort.
Three nights Hlat week the tu'nister
remained in Tot Cailtai offl'e al; nignt
fatniitarizing himself with the detail of
newspaper juakiul. As to the make-up
of the paper, he has ideas of his own
and these will be carried out. All
"-care" news will be at a discount and
.itt.e or no news will appear on the first
page. which w1il be devoted to special
articles on the Cucince of government,
tne need of rdfornii in city, state and
national affairs and kindred topics.
Many persons of prominence will con-
tribute to this page. State temperance
agitators, it is said. are to be given a
free hand and something of a shaking
up of poiltioans is predicted.
All advertising in any way objection.
able, according to the minister's views,
has been refused. Mr. Sheldon, who
resides in the outskirts of Topeka. has
rented a room dowu towu and says he
hardly expects to be at his home a mn-.
g:e time- during the week lie will take
nins wuaiS at a restaurant near The Cap-
:cal ofrioe during the week. Mr. Shel-
don fays tie will remain in The Capital
a., nignt until all editions have gone to
pre.s Tuere wi.i be the usual Sunday
ediiltu of Tnhe Capital, but it will be
printed early Saturday night so that all
the work, even to the < ircelating by the
carriers, may be finished before the be-
rinning of Sunday.
l)r She.d.-n said to the reporters this
afternoon;
"My first editorial w:il set forth tihe
s -ope ,f the I aver. Without being d:--.
c-urn' .us t(4 yvu, I wou4d rather be
diumb iyselif an ll let th- p.per do all
the ta.Kling for itse.f. J"ni week means
evervt:in c to I;e 1: is serious work,
n.'t :-.a .
\V\'.en a'keod whether h-3 had g.v'n
any innrIiirttions regwar(i.nz prayinf. Dr.
eO',niu .t.i witht a -mli.e.
"N Pir; w- ;ve d :ie or Fr.-ayiug
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THE CONLAR SERVICE


Reasons Why It Will Not Be
Reorganized.


FIEOIENT (IIAN..S Bi:NEFI4 IAL.


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CONSPIRACY CASE CALL' .
Only* r,f the iefeondants Ap ..
In Court Tudmiv.
SA'VAAn. March 12.-Tbhi mi,:':.: -
in the I'tited States distrie: cour: t.,-
case of D. Greene, E. H.. J. I'. an :
W -T. vner. Michael A. lC',)m.:
and O .ornin M. Carter wsaj,':i: -"
Theeai:e the men charged with eu:'r-
ing into a .onsp.racy and chett.:i. ,-
government out of somethtni" .i, i$.
000,000. Only one of the defn :a *.'
was in court. Michael A. CounA'ivy \%:%
present with his counsel, Mr George
A. Merce', Jr.
There -vas no one present torepre.rat
the other defendants. but Distriter At-
torney Erwin had a letter from Mr. A
J. Rose of New York representing B. I)
Greene ard the Gaynors in the hear-
ings before the government authorities
in New York to keep frcm boing
brought to Georgia, which he read. Mr.
Rose contended that be did nt repre-
sent the defendants before the United
States ouurr in Georgia. hbt that hi-
clients *ere under bond to appear be.
fore Judger Addison Brown iu New
York and could not be in Savanon
today.
GOEBEL'S REMAINS BURIED.
R<-moved From Chapel to Pe.rmanenat
Iesting PI.ee Today.
FRANKFORT, Ky., March 12.-The re-
mains of Governor William Goebel
were this afternoon taken from the
chapel, where .they bav beeoon under
guard sisne Feb 8. and brtle4 in the
plat of ground wels of the chapel oa
the brow of the hill overlooking the
Keatuoky river.
The services were brief, consisting
simply of a prayer and singing. Mem-
bers of the legislature attended in a
body. The spoes selected for the inaer-
meat is the highest piece of gromad in
the cemetery, and the monument to be
erected there will easily be seen from
all over the city. Memorial services
were held in both houses of the legisla-
ture today.
JAPANESE INSURANCE LAWS.
1ilany Aminriean Compantee Refused
Permission to Do Business.
TACOMA, March 12.-Oriental advices
state that permission to do general
business in Japan has been refused tO
foreign insurance companies. most of
them Amertoan. Japanese officials state
that this rioults from the fact that their
applications have failed to comply with
the Japanese insurance laws.
Though Corea has never formerly as
seated. RuIsia regards as accepted her
proposal oe several months ago, to loan
Cores several million yen in return for
exclusive mining privileges.
The Russian and French cable and
telegraph systems in Siberia, China and
Indo-China are soou to be oonneoted.

A. IPo l-lue,.t., fditir *, f the
/1 ., 4', >,,'. -towii. (loli uitfer.t d
f r a inm ilib r 14t yeii- r'mI)D rtih iitnii;-
ti-n iti lin z-i, ht sth'otldier andl side.
HI, -.v: **My ri..ht arni at times
wv e- nitirply u-tles-. I tried( ('haiini-
bt rl.imi' 1 P.0i ll !tkld wa- -tlr-
prii-, 1 t, rec' ive relief ali (lO t itiniit-
di.,t:ly. 'The Pain Halin hiai- blee'l a
('il.Itn;t coliiiparlinrio of minle ever
-in,-, anid it viver fail-." l-',r -:ale
h; [!:min;iah Bri-., 1l Soutih Pialafox
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I t.r i' lttl.- a anid c:a4-A f r f.ini
ily in-- at fEI.-no Arboina '-.

NEW INDUSTRIES REPORTED.
S.Autlh rna ta s bhhare the b Gneral
Prosprrity of Country.
CO:ItI r N4-I)A, March 12.-The more
in-,r'-ant of new enterprises reported
by The Tradesman during the week
eided .March 10 include brick works in
i'-Unessee and Texas; a bridgeoonstruc-
ini c mpa-y in West Virginia; coal
t.aei4 lia L',*iaq; two cotton mil.S in
I.., *:y . nn" in Njr:h ti ('.r lina, three
in ~ouiLn Caronina., two in 'leunessee
and oue in Texi4.; one .ottnseed oil
tina esn in Aliabatia anil ifxas, and
two eait in Georgia and Missisippl: a
cracker factory in AlabAma; a *JC'0 tY0
electric light and power p.ant in Vir-
ginia; and engine and machine woras
in West Virginia; flooring mills in
Georgia and Tennessee; two furniture
factories in North Carolina and one in
South Carolina; a grain elevator in Ken-
tucky; hariware companies in LousIi-
ana and Tennessee; ice and cold storage
companies in Kentucky and Notith Car
u.mna; iron ore mines in Alabama and
Georgia; an irrigation company in East
Texan; lumber numills in Alabama Fior-
ida and Tennesaco; planing mills in
Alabama and North Carolina; a plaster
company in West Virginia; sandstone
quarries in Texas; a ntave factory in
\'eet Virgin:a; tesepnone companies in
Alabama and the Carolina.; a tlba'c,
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Take Li.xatlve Bromo Quinine Tablets. All
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cure. K. w'. Urove' ssignature- t< an each
box. 10>4.

UNITED STATES MEDIATOR.
Our Goveranment May Try to Brine
About Plse. ,
WASHINOTOw, March 12.-There is
reason to believe that the United States
government is using its good ofBcee so
restore peace between Great Britain
and the Suuth African republic.
This has not taken the shape of a
proffer of mediation. That would be
distinctly repugnant to Great Britain
and. according to the rule of interna-
tional law which has without exception
governed the state department in the
past. could not be volunteered by ue sn-
til it was known to be accepted to both
parties to the war.
But the United States might very
properly serve as an intermediary to
Transmit an appeal for peace and the
terms upon wbich peace can be secured.
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup has ssved many
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I-F-st material, tb.-t ironinigi laitp.t-
im pjroveiilnetits, l4we4t ,pri'o-e. 'Tihes.
trlnii apply to the ,% 1 W gIi-n sold
by J. M. Hilliard &('Co.

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thl# ct0'le'lbrtteld cel'illtd.ri1l 4-ipported
hy -t-ver;tal ifltsi. il uirli-t -4 if renown.
I)min't fail to ge-t ticket--i. Price 75
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IMPOlTANT N)OTIC:E.
1 ,* t ,, r itrm.',ror- 0m il <, a,; .: rttl '.ul,;ic of
I'*' ll CO!u : ;
Niot;v' i I -4 h r.-h y 'lreia thiat t n .nind
:tftc+r the fir-it tlday 'of April. 1 nle. ni
I "iior In'echtlaiic 'r ll.atxr-r will world&
,itn tia.ny building with any lnoin-tinior
lii'l-n wtheri, there ii ;ial oriizaniizIation
.if .aid raft iind-r tihe juriidiclion
Sof the, C- itral "Trad (..l 4'oniifil.
1l,'f J. It. Jul1 KIAN.

Atterl ion. Candlidatew.
Fv'. r (0n1ri(didatp for ctlunity office
i- r(lii), -todI1 tIo itte.tfli It ne-+-tirir at
the tflife.- of .Juddg T. It. .MfCillajrh
at 7 :;? o'.Clock. T'ifld;iay March 13,
,o (*'( ti ld'tt" th- ra'liiis' fr the pri-

td CLrr:ia i. oIm.

lfandlsoile pic/tlure, brie-
a-brc, etc., in endless ar-
ra/ff a/ rock bottom prices at
Matrston 4 F1in:c/h's.


Who is Rader ?


He's is the Furniture


Man.

Your Credit is Good

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iMakes the food more delicious and wholesome .
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2 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, MARCH 13, 1900.


EM1'L4)IMENT (51,1 ICE.
Ring up :'-:! jr cdil Vat I)-~c~
11 Nortl. Kif'ix ---t, wit.-ri in

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GAS.


RANGES


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



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


PKESCO GAS co,.


No. 3 S. Palafox Street.



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Boiler Uforks


Steamboat and Sawmill
Work a Specialty.


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MISS IDA P!. . A .- 0t.


Best Patent Flour.


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RHODES' COMPANY

WILL ARM TROOPS

Londcn Paper Says NoLonger
Need to Conceal Fact.

BOER REPUBLICS DOOMED

No P'rops *is iacltlui, 1 :inlpependencee
\'lai l- E ..rtrittdo-'p.ely End of
W1ur Ix o et.t to I'atrul Teraitory.
Lj.:, v.', March 10 -Ciarles Wil-
liami, the military expert of Tue Morn-
ing Leader, sayd today:
General Sir Frederick Carr;ugton's
staff has been selected and tne names
turn cut to be those of retired otbicers.
For there is no longer any need to con-
ceal the fact that he is going to South
Africa by arrangement between the
government and the chartered company
to take command of the force which the
company wiii pay for, though he may
be some time occupied in po.icing the
territory of the two repun;ic which
may fall into our hands pending i po-
litical settlement.
"It is hoped to begin re embarking
the bulk of the lritiosi furcos in Soatn
Africa by July 1.
"It is said tiat General Bu'ler sti.I
expects to see tue deriy run, but that is
too g;ol to be true. Yet ::iany things
may haI pen in li or 1" weeks, as tLings
arc geolu '
'In,,. taken in connection with Ceril
Rru ,.es B(t:-to-in- t. tuat tut C,.arrred
cuipany woud buy art.ili'ry lur Kian-
L.erley, 'shr.ws coaclueivsey tu.t tihe
co::.j i.ry intends to have arms and an
army of its )wn.
i're3s:'ats Krauger ani ter-n have'
put Iorward their hLrst (overture- l'o.:-
ini? to an **.nliid of the, war, but their
eff:ort- are ',rtal tooi Do u'ioeUe. iriai'.url
.s tr.-v irl .-i i t at ti piresrvatiou i 'f
tt. in(i-'p:eno 'tn-' of tne two refup L'-
Le -uiiaan.tfel ir.rt of a'.li.
.!u, u l:g r.:., the te:'p,?r of :i'" r.r
ish I eop.e. us d:l.-piyre I re--'n 7. iand
!r.rni pil ns, of the pre- th., inm'jrn-
I:,L', ti ere ls but one ',K ai: s. .'L. A ss ')j.
n.a 3,iv. the co'n p.ete .:*ja t'i.n f
til, l,,er-, thA takioug away o: ton :'uio-
n-.ndeuce ot the tw, re, uti.ifc and tie
infor.'ora'i')n of theMr terrn: rvy a it
rrown c.onny.
Nothing less than this will satisfy the
war party of the empire. wihcrn at pres-
ent has full control. Ac ording to Tno
Dully Maii correspondent at Pret.ria,
these Boer representations have beea
telegraphed to Lord Salisbury.
S'i>-erihs, to t! e 'Vl. ,::,i. N :." .


A GREAT INTER-STATE FAIR.
Atlanta's iusisnesi .Ien D)ct.l- t.
Iold It N. x e (.trb r.
ATLANTA. March I:).-At a t:: ::i
ing of Atlauta's Inunes ns -:i- .: i-
been decided to hold a 6s'r..r: .::
state fa:r here next fa.l
The b:g fair wi:! own ",:'. '. ;
close Oc:. 27. 1ais wi. -*:v .- .r. -,-u
davy for the fair, acd tno :,X "nI ; .: t.
exact date at at t i ime. it i- t; .,
will foreeta.l auny o ib.o c *u.:..- ::
the dates that may be made y o4eer
fairs
The guarantee fund of the -uthnru
inmtrstaie fair v.will be $.'.t'JJ. .' .
tmo.e tan: t.,at of the faud ra. eI ia@:
year. NV ita this anmout in hind it ',
thought tmat the size of the fair can ib
made fuliv dono.e tnat held last year.
as of the $10 O0IO guarantee fund raised
by popular subscription for the state
fair, fnily one.haif was expended ,on the
repair ot the buildings and in other
ways that will not ba necesary this
year.
Every indication points to the south-
ern interstate fair being one of the big-
gest and best that has ever been held in
the southn.
Golf In '<,iuth .Airiea.
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To Be Pretty?


ATTENTION,ElADIES!

Are you sunburned.
reddened by heat. florid


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health of fid.zi->p'itneaii-t ix.-rim.'Iat.

The Kind You Have Always Boii 1
Bears the Signature of





In Use For Over 30 Years.
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*--)ARCHITECT-


General Contracto-


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Management of E. B. Morey.
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your complexion


We've got the
thing for you:


OP Cream De Beaute.
OPERA IIOUSE.
....... .... Highly recommended
MUSIO! TMIRTH! for a skin beautifier. It
a-ricrxxT'f -- will remove freckles
BEGINNING MONAY. MARC 12. and make the skin
ix-sgtaxna z tic~x, clear and smooth.


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Fcr Sale Only by


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RJ:PRIUcSI:N' TWETNT-TWi (OF THrI
LEADING( FIRE, LU',:. MARINE.
ALWIJ!7N7. VIIEI.TV. PLATE


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CHOICE, MEAL AND t) PIIU'.GIZOLUND
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Ship Chandlery and General fHarru'!17
603 ANDP 605 S. l'AT.IFOX SiTREF..T.

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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, MARCH 13, 1900.


FIFTEEN PERSONS

BURNED TO DEATH


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ut- !i a! trAileav und

In u t ato .5f0*' tKic
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.aa~a.ro i' ned the o."-ne (net
'be Lir, tefienreut wa~i
u:WI..., itara runninuh
ii, t L~i.-r goaae to had

;,arrow friti.;Cflali~l!and ttieq'
t- 31ae for tin" !F~hteueld ten.
37;%e r! wltbejmm and sher ciu~d
lbI itrv.WwidatleastI I fain-
Lil uace. 60 ) pereautm. in all, cf
,* :.l. ~uwepre children. noabl*
..n yumped from a fr-unt win.
rvorat were hurt
A tv .". ast?'e&,!wirn fr.gatful rs.-
..tne wltw! cent the sparks
w brente-nulu all the frarne
.i7--3II that direction '1'e piact~

it La.uidi-rf Were hI"--
-77W ArlI1r-n l.Ag&U tl,'

IzAU710tl-r th~e y..ulen and
MtLY;i'L (IC'o0a-trieir ationtiou nto
th- JAILIPSdi' Twe 1iIR they

t maT r !u'Ir .%fri itc a.:
i r'rbIn.: i e'i t I eru-'nt
-Vir 7,.?Ii .-w were 'i.
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2g.rut ;...p. ,Itt .''ru'n'a hr'nn
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i-i4 f the buried ftierlt'r'it
I 'ro 1avo -41 wIk ed up monat.-.
!I ii. .tg1 ootn Leze t tan t tw,- 111;.
dlI I t -.rear t'u.rz I o'i -ti-
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WI. uaq a zeal3rdo-r inathe hjuie
1, d 'sp.an Eii wa.rdo itaii
I.v .. awakened tar she Pin aao
L'i rv'isvo and nis fatu-ly, fuuvr
ariud ra'ad'r to iave theimabrnitioz
n,: Wilatn (redSavo was taken to
.Oa. !ihnne le i,'b'o'inie uc-h ex-
UT Ieio-arl ti~at he had sot fire to
c::i~ r had any kzwowledzea as
7ti6m aot th tire.
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Latest Dimmer Table Ideas-Ilow to
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Cancer oftnn resuAt, from an Im-
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vlr.IeriitioflR bark. Fow 1i#ooplt- are en-
ir'i-y fri'.' iru)!n s~ 'mi'tai~nt in thie 1 od,
rond it i.,imposnsiLle to tell when it uiill
belt.ewik t in t hie form o. d roidted (Go,-
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veltin (t natDionlDocratic p.tvof -i


ventio. TneA ;rl Iconvention w illuon.
douindly ndor o fn. William 3.
Brva, an a tolid Brvan deblegmtion
wul be sent to Kansas 617y so the na-
tional party gathering. His majority
In this Fivate MhI 1Kvi v jusit a litle )sag
titan 20,00.. arid rho marSy leaders are
Olalmtiag now that isvi w1l exvood thnse
d.~'ir" by fle'!rd t:;ousarud next No.
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Dfl~i.~raaeive A1-vIra IOmioh *.
P'iiA~iA, March 77'.'--Fire oariy today
t'Ot11mllU16 ftle tt,, .- '.of the Omaha l~Tent
P'j i i Uo Lbw-c'n2'aauv. v.tiued at $30,000,
anLj gt.,-.! r etun.!hiing in whied it was
- ocated l. twmatod Iosm' on the build-
it,., (!ql, varIual y 'nverod br ansur-
l~'O ie'Ic 171c, ul &O er~tMtiel.
er. de-aie"in mpiano'a. was badir darn
~pdby auwiiue an 1 water. a'a was k
ret'JO'k u the N,' ura'ka Seai corn-
; %r.wni a were 7.'ated in adjoining
tbuh:ilijillj]li.Th -;-:u kq were valuable,
7 '.71bu I C I~1- :r..y unive-red by insur.


(- 4, f" i If < i y, %b tmitrg.
1" tr r ari 1"' -There was a
nuv. ._.;t at the ('onfedleratA Sol-
i-cr tir' !ti'-i aftr-rnoon. W. N.
1t ant n. trom .lecrklenburg, was shot
,at iettysburg, the bullet striking a
1'estauoent anu stopping at Luke. sev-
enteentu chapter, thirty-third verse.
afternoonrnon Bianton presented the
''estjment to the chaplain, who imme-
diateiy preached a sermon from that
versa.
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Furniture on Credit
)M .0-t bt .' tu'f;il llin 'f i I l,' I v-r lhown in thi city. \\. d,,l, -,
w ith I-. ,IioI',- o if i vtr," dl s ; l' -
" !.U from thipl' ( i'iitt t' r-o f ri -t.
1; ,il-t,,; -P.eretiry 'a.,<" cc. iittly
finli-lid. a fine line of chif .i cl- t ',
.,d1 'ivtrythlinlg coilt:iilld in a fir-t-
'! 1i- f lirritrii -'j t rT at ( M 'Pryolr'-
it.- 'ir-t ll i iiiiu r., ll im-r'.
ti 4' V Thtxitpaira-n'P.
i'rI i'-; Iladie-' Note P'IiIar. :ind
-. iiv,-lape- t IllilitC! .
I'.ki i rir lT,, I.iLt ,ii amit E niv++lpe-.,
ifl i ( i'iPar lh iitiit.
Slivitatiolln Pap-r i.ad Inlvitepe.
i.ivnaaI 'I ala-It-.
Frar-ut -tl Vli in a mid iE.nviolp ip.
Ent'li-ih Note: Satin IWove: Ti-iiel
i,;#.-r; IDeniii-ti'- (C'rp.-,. Etc.. with
i _- 'l- i i.il k.-u rtli.til it of i;.ti ii rr.
( V. Tntll Pl Ni. ",< o'ltit!i P, iltfox S.4ti t.
Ti"-: 'Y- 1'It l-iAhO IN.


n't ,ii.u -:r *;1. nilt, ,;'. 1, ,''; t a riawt .

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A ii. > '- tli'--Y w ill far iti'- -oi wai-
wii',,i w ith t!iaf fit:, It ;iild f;t ttt .I .
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Furniture so Cheap for

Cash.


CASTOR I A -T *- CORE YOURSELF:
For Infants and Children. ...' '

The Kind You Have Always Bought .. : + .

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SNAP SHOTS.


Niaw YORK~.u.'rcn i topEN CweMR Gelm, of Wisdom iir. tallised by a




MAY .m................. V.354 '~ *
Jamer.................. 7 V L' 7 7. i: '. 2 l Tlg L''

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CHICAG.';O', March 1-2. -sPirit4Ltnt pe

W UZdvAT-J4! fl.1r Ieipr'-;..i


bVA NN-- ay Marh.. .... ir ...... :.'4
AtOne fir at ......... ec..pt S; aes u.: I-1'.
exORti. aroa~h iui. rtc...thn. V~3 I ~.I-%
dtP wi.r receipt .. ....... & isU'e .\.t. V 1. ." dw '3v -
ilu i 11 v .. .. .. ..


A1ire 4.rnse Exibaiht.
Al In :touI 1111L., (-xI, I I ot at tII k! i7 I':
ex aos..t IoI iN-11II),- alliiw ridlst IV of Mn!: ii-NI A ItY DW ID )
itisuta lhut Vet NiuII. II i. h s

it 14 -II tia1 :1r 1!a' th t I ia rl w ri vi:, ~
gras-. of tc rl'a: iS 171.LtI- ."~

III this exhiliit NItIlble furniture, tlwc
gra~.istal--aig The jlaitwut'1-frecd. rattani
or willow; sCI'i'Cis.lbabiy ca r r i ag tTr
b~as' eis. Jardinie-re oilnrlmltI
flngs. The nmaterial is descz'ibtl A s
light, beautiful. elastia' aind etdurin. __
More than iri'.mj liersons as i-. now emi- .
ployod steadily In thwe Irulustry. which l
rtnimber Is to Ile tripled In a few
months. the demand for the goods -
warraniting the erection of two zinwe-
plants. In the suinuir, when the rmw
material hIo bing gathered., more than of Inedivine that goes itn a
3.(" kPp.rsons are engagedl. pre-ucriptionr tilled il l th-u store is
perfe'ctly put Pu'tre' drug-t me-an a
A in:, rv named F. Ires~t f P lre-. speedy recovery. Poor drugs mecan
~~Oim- Y l" 11~.wrote a larch ptil-. a ta want the bott. Let
itthe da aving the piniunf tist' fill your p' ;r,-4cr iptt..l.... 111(1 ,,1,plv
her diw' I h ijiltiI~fl other 17irtd ic ine-u, W. 1'. (G;reen & Co..
n'-'er3'bodv in' wI- town Who ia h, nmi-d -, 1~rpi i rwl t,;7S
Folcy's H07.7u'y aiA 'Tar i'., tht-tt it 'IS Pal:ifox !-trs-t-t. jI1111 i71,
tho' ve'ry ti.'-r rizediciti- fu~r lit, rIppe.
Ciuegt..t. ..A.n '. I i- PRO 3-E&IO-JAL CARDS.

We 'will Iataid. vwr x'our ;i.a ih-fur I
1) cvlit- inach 7111(1 aka tilti-III li Dr. fTarcel 1u5 ,'c'reary.
like it iw. Star L iII mrv.

CALL AND INSPECT y.
T!; 1ir,..' ild 'Compl..ip liu.7-

Ii1-A'Sl'FAb 7at-
ThP Escaul~i Ferfitllre Caumr1E'~S1DR* 'Wm. C. DEWBERRY.

Five Thousand Rolls OFIFCE-Hanuah Bros.' Drug Store.
IVw Pu~ 1II -~kdloft he Ri F EiT)ENOE-4OO E. TJackson Stree
ti-ut pa r i. meind i-ra- va'a inirt..

Ha-u& 'a -N(.,I P1 ; it ox WaD.,


Smoke DURHAM Ci-Ir-OMejahgPysc2la" ng-
gar s at D'Alemberte's. L ate of Otala, FIA..

Wiz-nw an al 3-i o1i .-I'fl ii ti. tn

N i r'v o F !a~ i-1'EIt't'i 1A 1 .t 41
I7a~ :. .i iiurd' oI 0.. io n'a .::. --) Ph nt
t levr Wof ondv -ici.'.'.Ini aii a a


.t:r Fit tlit- captain, own-
*.rQnor, "ltsigflot-a ouft he
~.~~)~ ZI t al'i..hark II'.7. gulF .I ~lI t.-
~r- ?1truible for debts coni-
tract, J tiy the cr. w of btud vem.eI.
('A% %,.h


Ur. Wilmer o. nall,

DENTAL SURGEON,
Miso0ic Temple. Phone 364.


iN I,;1 t. i.n ; cnlitiw. ow1- WINTED.
j^r. t oPr- t'stor 0 Oni rlq ...of thu BrIt
s r Tr rtino will be r.po,- litid ti bi ill kills if Scll
ibthl* for delLts conitrantct b,
the crew of id v.essel. N u I laid Feralturi, lirchudiis, Ac.
,u:f I'rv-i'it 1 0. Capt I.n.
iddreus BSX 142.





McMillan Bros. Co.


a Coppersmiths,

General Metal Workers.

MuIltaftuers of aid Headquarters for the


Celebrated McMillan Seamless Turpentine Still,

Cipet Oitfs alys a i al repiri b t c

MOBILE, ALA.




TIME TABLE.

LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.
IN F .' 1l 1:



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BETWEEN PENSACOLA AND JACKSONVILLE.


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LODGE DIRECTOIlY

KNIGHTS OF rY'TiLAS.
IPensacola lajoge. No. :. K. of P.


mets every Monday even--
ing at 7.:;i. at ( f'.tle Hall.
In Ilutchinson hall. West
Intfndencia street.
\ letting brethreu cordlsUly
welcomed.


4.


H. Ji' D KVI WEn.


W. O. W.
Live Oak Camp No. I Wooximan of he
Worldl.
Mp*''t first and third *'rtiday nighbt La
each month. VisitlUg vvrlicn% cordll-
illy invited. W. W. WArBreo.,
S. It.Tit AM -. Clerk. I.'. C.

CHAS. COTTRELL,
Artistic Photographer,
1:OO.M :l, '~F l il. I "It 1, IIIINi.
204.t SOUTil P.il..AV0 STiIE"T.
sati fact'tion i( aranit.'ed i' l tK -ry Par-
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HINBIR BROS. I C0.,





Palafox Street,
Pensacola, Florida.



BARGAINS


-IN--


Real


Estate.


$ 1 '(l hr wll ti.ev I, a,'r ..... t intd norrlI
0.WVVV of t0h-'c;t and iwer of i.anld $A.
O b ui y- .tii .r.ad -)mum: city
$20003 "'" """ It
SI ) tiv f""i r 11 es ,4 io block V
$30000 nII ,.oo .v.. rt in hou
Ti,i property Is in N..w t t.v
will w itui 7.o t >f't1 4 .i.two**n "itt
$4000 "a,"urnd1 ".t o" ".. 'ro'l
propl -rty h: i-f a o tir friir 1,n l t lip ti t i#- lo
on Big Bayou ihnl l.ittli B.ayoI.
SAdlibuy on win. t illf bHturtel-t
mi tre-pt car lilt,. iu s s rooiiiii aid all rad-
III con%.i ifna'-.
$ 0 0 will buy lot with ft front o
$6000L Pin, fo .trr.-. *,i thi of i4.rg.
ory. Tis rcan toi ini 'nlliattly itllild for
bi- in.. pturpo- .
x% I/ i I )uvI loI *Atiit>-lft frontoa
$7000V(;i',.-gorylv iI.-i ft froui, it QI Al-
$cIlIz ii ft front wil Wrigltit. ThiS
prp-r t hi t rliftft re ttagei o it. anid tbh rel I1
plenty of riI n to h ild a lozt ha.iii IoMiid*4P .
$80 will buyi tiilir,,,ino, r-s d.*
$8000 on Ifl.t (ira-tioiy ba-twen Val*-
fox and'i TarraKius tr. to .
$9000/ Villiit li v HI ,,' r.- farm wktil
$9000 to Il'gant prop-rtv foIr ru;'ck firrningi aln4
'itiry p ri'oI P--ai't. Tlii i piv- I'. ,;ist outlde
tit" il'ty liri1its.
1fvr| rn, rkwill b y i Iot !.. t.ulirlino"
$10,000 I,irt;,of th- i, N"' !l : 1;I% fll'-



J. E. Stillman & Co.,

East Sidu of Plaza.


H. A. WAT ERS,

Butcher and Green Grocer.

PHONE 172
S *-! 'I ,-*' ai,,l ',,ut A', "

\'r,,i'.'. l) >ilv .
Shop, Rear cf Johnson & Son's Store,
IN'I'EN )EN(CIA Tr I ET.

JOHN McDAVID,

REAL ESTATE AND BROKERAGE.
( IIY PROPERLY. FARMING


A N i)'r IM B FR L-A NI.S


Loans Placed at Reasonable Rates.


L; EA-t (jgver-uwn-ut Street.


DAILY MARKET REPORTS.
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Acme Beer.

THE BST rEER SOLD IN
PENS-.AtU'OIA.

Dannheisser Bros..,

AGENTS.

AMsc Scll bty M. Perry and ia. Yates.

The Jug Trade

Is Our Specialty._--z-

I'Pro t Drlive ry .ol, i ction


Dannheisser Bros,
411l S.-nth Palafox St..


P'l. I :." N o. 11,;.


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, MARCH 13, 1900. 5


Y~d~I1~T~ iatiad that fully 7, (010 People will at- the Qaisoon at the time but no one
NOTES tend, knew whis fired thie or dt i disthe
A m eA r ica zia Fc :oor.er 1) ivy Cutting. TI!P pslii-' have bie(-li un-
_______Crsickstt. hsn(-s. ;,rri v. id a: ot. aile to i.ut any ?;:,uticfactorv iinfsirtni:4-
'sc-.Ms-xic,..M ~tion andi no arrest- 1have i :beer,
I.Ji an'd r rti1?15 arl (irz. - -tiu-t its
yVs'ungatitttirui-v sf Mari.inna atnd Welivt- .ai-jv n.j d.4ret'sT i-
J-ifii-.W. (ardLtyr. edits r sf in -tics- .'.*- Isi--gan ,!;'C1 ti~-tlai
( ':j iI'y-v tscrdr. %vir, .fvaaA ial- (u:'It'ni--lin -aillh40"',.
-rQ :t Iii:QME Ww- f1Ms t%;- afte-r- ks-sP a ,t, stb. "peillsia to tw:wtA
lii i~il. .whli-es .rany ,~f rn-v f!tily mv-


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1'. Aidst!ph. -f p- 1' -V.. talloy. Wi lta
Ii.-WH t.)I-s aria:n-,.- -I; -ii-t
-t id I~li2tt i-r.2sl 1.i~


*f W. Mm"P:.sl- ('hits''1will re-rs-t
t.-.Kimthat Mvr. M3.1.it. sIkAwit.
u!., !. a-; hi etasi wtant-tat the -church
fir -t unttb'-r si years LaQ teind.redl

T: .- Kaitwr trwirisl, ini tl-i-di-ric-t
*iv*- n, t ye et -ii ~-#-ttled. thiioughs it
1.1 pf (I thatanaixanaicta'jls-adjust.
ui-tw.11 be.i'rpache-d in the next few
-ii Tji v Nv'xv-:wi informed lby j a-
tut-s 1- parties that the adjurtmi.-zat
1a1. pneclu.d Ai t ipugl to imakse it
!,:I* '!a t~-ri- W ill [it- tie, getitirat


!1 a: 2.nd(l i!ts-iythu.rni"t talked
A* Ivb y~i M.- iii. rb-tis-d oiv 11p ii
siv-Iiatii* 'iIw i as-tjudgmllenat iqisiait
ii -d tys nigf.tht at thi, sisera Lss-
I i -t, *I t I ; ar1tie-ii t.d (It i IIta I I- -Iad I '-
lli~-f' t!;a't!t1'I la'v an~d ('situpa isv
j... cii. Pi- Iaitisial rece-titsl- is levr.
1111w! ~ 'atili us- wia- *; vs.


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-,,If i I 1in tIo Cateh 'i!d we- ,;-. ili to
t-oo the lt.'ouh Rtei-dy. and a a 're-
suilt we nri-vr have too -end away for
ai d aoctoir :tid incur a large di'tior
bill, fo r Chlaniberlain'- Couiih Rein-
edy never fails to cure. It i- cer-
tainly a iedicie of great imerit arnd
worth --DI. S. MIEAKI.I:. generall
M,.rc ,iant and Fuarni-r. Mattie. Bed-
folds (',,ii ty. P:. F-', r -a! l, y H 11-
lnali Brj--..-' ISouilth Palafiox street.


Fine- t Shrinim, of t:ie sI-a-,:i at V.
J. Vidal'-. Phot.e 1.54
I 1. It HOLLl
Of I'ul i S-chMl No. 1 lIor Febliruary
1900.
(Carey Abercromibie. (ClarA An-
drew-., ,e--i- Ia,-ett, May Bell, C, -
lett- Bobe, Flo. -le Buyer, Minnie
Burtu. P'-arl C.'aimpbeil. Auliii-
C'hri-tophii r-srii. ( cci.i Clubb-, (ii.-
bert ( ,-uliu t,. Ilimad D)avj-. J'--it de
Roc h,-lii t 1,(L- lIt eii an!i, W il" I
Fther-it:-. It:alp.; l' i-i er., it .s-rta
Fl-'i- r., M.a t l,!- aI.l 0 l-rtrUiii
nri.a-,di ..N. .\.ii,. 0 dif. y, \'ioi,.t
la n
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M1.,i, I I+ ;il: i'it; i. i.u ] .t 1 A i ; irn .
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S li:lt: : ,i : 1 i :!].t 1 Jrabtl -' : t: "

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Shlil \\'! L. .;:It. ( a' lils- \V !it,.. A -
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ll P'.A ILINE 1 RH -.-F:.

I 111 S I.-.

,' a t' ii l'i .i v til. th, l: atli'u-
W . -- il 1a i l 1 n it 111 11t n, rtt. : ( -
.i 'v.a P'.trk, withi 4-nroolin ioii-', harn'
t;:l tiw -ttabl-. Prics.e F(; For
tu rti.tri inf, rti:atio a;ppiy ti* W H.
l,i:2 a-it ... plai.,'s. ,.1 J. F:. T)ubui--
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Fr,-.t Shrimip a: V i.i~ti'-. (':ill
i,!,,,:r, 1-,.

Three Large Stores
Fill ,f FI- N ITI iV t ['!)#,s fit.--t
ih:., I A W tliint I;t-dro.:n Suit.- -v-er
-t ,wii in: l'P'-i-:-i"ol:4. Pretty. ineatlv-
ii:.- ,.l '.4 o 4 ak 1 1 (l',- i Zrn Iii l S t-- it
.ill -pi c.i--. Ita 1an and (',obbl, r S' .:at
l,,<'k,.l -. hiL' aii.d little 'h 'a ,' andi
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I. 31. PII Yr x'.;-
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THE PEOPLE'S STORE,


A.


k4 Proprietor.


kethe HairGrow NEW
1itofa!ar !'unpIm i fC r I '' NEW ARRIVALS!-
htert k:n "tres. Th-i trilrate:.t at oanm e
stol.ps fa.llin hair, remol es *crui ts. scalt., a;and
'"an udruff'.. ,,* s irritat.il, r.':"hin" Oirf,.i'-0, -' LR, first announcement of New Arrivals of Spring
stlrmiu;ies the hair f.!.liclm3. sulppih" ti\e
ruAksi lth oanergy and lnourihelnaie t, andt
makesthe hair row when allelsefa ls. Apparel. A generous assortment. large variety
Fold throughout l~ world. P,,TTrr D. A D C.CORP..
sale Props.. Boston. "How so Have Baettiful Haur." e he -n n l Q v P ,N T ai W -


Ilotion to Dismiss Carter's Appeal.
WASHINGTON., March 12. Solicitor
General Richards gave notice today that
at the proper time he would submit a
motion to dismiss the appeal and writ
of error in the caa of Captain Oberlin
M. Carter. now pending before the su.
preme court, on the ground that no
constitutional question was involved in
the case and therefore the court was
without jurisdiction in the matter.
It i., v(-ry hard to t:larid idly by anti
-i (our dt-ar one- tullftr wnlil aiwait-
miLr the arrival of tih d,,ctt,r. An
Alt.iiivy N. Y. dairin:ian callIdi .t a.
-il t- hi- ti- !il.:. et-ri ,iy --irk
with. rr,<-i ;. N,,t tindinti the- doctor
in. hei lit,- wordI fto tiiin to (',ltus :at
,, I, ... !i i- r.t !r!. I a 'l-, h ,u .ht
i i,,,;t ,,t (V' liVi )e l, i i '- Ci ', ( tl i
1 ;",'1: ,i \. W hi h'fll !i ""li d w nuldl *.v,'
-,,ii ,' I -i 'f until ts ,. d(l ct'ir tliulit
-i\'. Irt .1 f'\vw h iur- i t.> rflrti l.
-uivyll.' t! d ctilr di,.td lit cllin ;I1
t i, (lahl w I 'a- uti rl I.t t t-r. 'T' e
tlt.r i .-t. M L r. ( t- I ; Sci.lz.. s;i t lit-
Str lllV lia~- -iiucI. r'iii't inIIl. id-ds
('luitail-r l:iin s (Cosili l~to- :.r y toI
tli-ir nl .ii! iirh., ;ainl fri s-nd- until ,t-
!:1- ; 1 t" li-tli t dln'lltiifd f r it fr. In
t'i;at li art if t fi, coi',I tr'. Flir" -:il
t>v H :tm!l .ili H r,-.. 2'1 .,,itth i'al.tfx
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A ll t hi Ij,- l);rail I 'f l:'~- iat
l-'ii-"-,i At it'~ii a -.
'l'h.- lItr lady itl tl votifiL c<>iiilt>-t for tl,-
liite plaii,,n fr b-ut lit ,f C'atlhili,'
church. l;i/ iir inoticti dl tl.uii fiaL :rie
.M11- Ida Piliagi. M'-. J.lii: Mc-
Hughli Miis-y. Mi,-- MIaruisiritte
Finsli. Mi-- Altii:t Smniit. Mi-.-
Claudia l vrr:ira, with lot,. linor, t(
be heard fr-i',. Priic 4f vits. In
clients. Vtiln> ,hix at ('lutte- .-.

"Paul J.,nif-," at Eugn'i Atlni'.
?lihdlalinie lBuggies.
If y');iI h!Ivi not yet in1ptft'te'd tl it
tine lt of hrew iHugi~s-ri;lt frolri
ttit- factory, :at factory price'- -go
and so-e thitmia at otic', at J. M. Hil-
liardi & (Co's.
Room Mouldings


Ual It 1 O t, liUA CLtait3 L i' 3 CL.t I i 111 0I ,Jal e, vv LO.
We carry all kinds: the largest assortment in the

city of well known brands. Among them the famous
**" ,'-i/t;,n //I/,'/n/. famous for fit, style and finish-in


fact the best fitting Waist in the land.


dealer or customer can den'.


This fact


You may form some


idea of our otierings by a glance at our large ex lu.-ivc

Shirt Waist Window, and they arc a heaip-r than
heretofore by reason ot our Motto: "Si I C Im .i' \\i'


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New mmNew
Arrivals:. MiUt IND EMBROID[RIES! Arrivals:
I )ur (s-rtrf- '1 bi'- s- :'a iu hii-;t i 21 Lr iss -ll ..a t o!"', I! N t, % -
1: L~assco- i I~andE ibrsiido~ris -

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Sweepin Sale of ivsu in [Ilkrwe'ill!

Otis- l1st -Hl I ,r!a 11'1. I' ft- III 1s 1#-III)I"IWI a t tu I :i. t- 4 s.tis i

4 Ins, I,-'C .'I-V TrintiiiossI (is'%n-as :it ( Wart,

On~ Liot Mi~-.-' Triwniil (ul G -ww a:t (*.-~t M k-.
Ono1,-,Lt Ladie-" I rmit.-AI 1ir~js.wsirrth <'t-r.......... wh -a
)tit- 1,-,t Ladiiss 'f-, T !I II.;aII- i ( A1I or ic( I i -it i iss.V. :-of ..........*e: 1
-,,,One Lot Odds and Ends.
Ii ,aIn wit -* k tsI.1.1d railtl't','i;-.tas(ts-i#- uttat 4( Is-t M it k- Pwe.


Anyone interested in in i -! a!ds1'... a in aindr fm av. at .1
I is-. & (o's No. 11 N. l'al:liox
new and nobby gar- l'io,,.; :,. -i
ments for Boys' and DURHAM Cigars are
Children's wear, should the finest 5 cent smoke
call on Rice's represen- Try them at D'Alem-
tative at Merchants berte's.


hotel.


JUST OPENED.


('o miil' :!,' A ll>, i {it y ,,nl o,..
1'hi I-lit ai'I-,Id lilr il;ill -iipport, i
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DeFUNIAK SPRINGS.


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DURHAMOCigars have Until March 27th.
*--Everything New and Clean.- been tried and fire test- nes esort in Western or
,.. t, ,. ,. ,, ,, ed. D'Alemberte sells / t inest Resort in W est.rn Flor,."...
i ,. < : . v. :i ;-. < i W ..kly I: -. th em .


A. E. BAKER & CO., Proprietors,


14 EAST GOVERNMENT STREET.


FORBES


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Bordered, 12 1-2 and ic ; Iuali. .........$1


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aIe Lonsdale 4-4 Bleached Cotton, ........ . . . . 8


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TrAT ESTATE
Rental and Insi
AGENTS,


J. M. FTTTLTARD & CO.,


Carriages, Buggies, Wagons and Drays.

-- Repairing Attended to Promptly.-c-
,, EA-T (;A1I)N ST. : : : : : PENSA LA., FLA


]Roscs--Carnations.


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Carnations 75c per dozen. Delivered
irance American Beauh+ps S3.50 to S.')70 per dozen. eltiero
All Other Roses $1.50 to $1.75 pr dczen, to ycu.


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NICOLA CASSA,
RESTAURANT---OYSTERS.


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LYNCHED BY HIS OWN RACE.
N -gr !tho: to D-ath For ('rlminal
Ai..ul: il <;;rl.
1A1. n M;<-., Mar.-: 10.-Thomas
C.avynu. a ne;:ro), 'as- shit to death in
ti.,. c.uutv i.y n r-i:,er., of hia own race
D. r:ii.ml. a-saut upon a i.-
v a r. i w.t- (.l.et to the
u:- c.b.a .'**::1 u.let, from a
: ., u \...* S;ec were Lred iu;o hiw
1 L- .3ac--: wi.. n;: ev-'r blury the
: r s- iLii : r a inas on the ground
an:d i. a pr.'-a...vy wi.l be det; aured
"1 ]. -r-- : s .it: cr no exciteuint among
*,, ; .aati:' n u iundi.


M i n i n g C (1) A nfl v t o
lJ1,'.E,,A. Ga... Marcl
me lo(.n foot here atuo
b'esof tLe D~Aiaionegs
i1'iMILn~ng Company
fl'-W .:i"gold tminingan,
pau' to ite capitalized, it
tu.U.It is further
Dow cumpafl! will be
;tanriard. and that ths pi
uy d-edor option 5.,('O ac
ianciii for tneir enterprise.
,.I tb. nfw cmpany's en
&Aid. w.'l be the fartvI
tnlfe. Ickatt'd about Iu
Imblic square of aloneoe
haviug a few days azo be
byv the Cuns~izdated COMP


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POWERS AND DAVIS

SECRETLY REMOVED

Transrferred From Lexington
to Louisville Jail.

WAR SCARE IS SUBSIDING

1i -putblicsen L.glslators 3ay lie Ar.
restrd-l)-rimocrat i-fus. to Deuy
or (Coi ni i umors-T.,ylor Ueiug
Urged to Move to London.


h 10.-A move- I'ANKL',Li)T, Ky., March J2.-A dis-
Dng the stock- patch from Louisville says:
a Consolidated Secretary of State Powers and Cap- I
to organize a tain Davis were brought here from IAx-
id mining con- ington in custody this morning and
is said, at $V.. placed in the county jaiL The prison-
maid that this era were driven from Lexington to Law-
known as the
promoterss hold renceburg, where they took a Louisville
;res of mineral Southern train for this city.
. The nucleus The war scare here has again appar-
ns Tashionekas ery flattened, though leaders on both
ilie from the sides .t.ii express grave fears as to the
igo, this mine ultimate out-ou:ie. Belief among the
een purchased Republicans that attempts will be made
_pany. to arrest lipubl:can legislators, in co-.,
nectl.cri wi:. tne asassination of (ov-
NCEMENT S ernr G'vLel, haq resu:ted in several
CiJULm, mien.,l.rs !-av,:ng town.
Demio'ra'r;. offl'-ials refnue ei:her t3
:atla'. contirni (r tieirv tlitna .;ic'ii warrants
,,- *. ,:'. have 1)eis il .ued, totutlah admiitting
' . tat l re a::ese:8 w : ake ac,' within
a few ivi's I: i a-e(r., tnit (;o)v-
Scrnor ''or or l i n a.:In:' ade' to IIIove the
exe-ut:v, H e- tl ) ,-i : where h"-
i w i l !, .:o Ir :. it. Ie :'rri -' t u:i
S, that .1 h e .;- fu e t. ':tt. :.aitu
S, t : the lo i..

pa' ;: i f i' "a.n ;i t,:;". t (~ t
btate l ;U a:b. V. ) .tir>t'.; lr:. 1. : .t'"iil;.
qui .e a (r :v1 i ;; ; r'> i ar .: i tIle
'at' .t: '' ,'- i rf t :;i i .'ur o. m eet-
i t:'. but ; i'e i. i t- t fI : t'il l: '..>!urt
W :t;r' ;ii lii'w.i IG ILt- V.';L i 'GLlt i:Pl t. -it.i-
T-i:, s ;. .f i:;::';:: undt r I.inute-n-
a:nt ',ai.' wac s .artit l f, r 1,. ion S tr-
r.r ':.' a ;i (4 e* ,* rt 1,r .-. rotary of
tt.'- i'ow ,rs ari Ca; tain l'Pivis re-
S- :-- tunnel t,, l-'rankfort till- morn:ng Out- .
i*: '- '" tli-, h.iwever. It' r ritifoiu-c iement
!rriv I ali it is .tated now that nf
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JOHN H. MARTIN'S FUNERAL.
lie W\Vs I)0: of the ()ltest -Editors lu

ATI -\rA. March 12..-Tue funeral of
Jomn It. Martin, the o!i and well
known (;eorgia editor. who passed away
at his home on Williaanimtreet early
sunday morning, wail be held at tho
residence of the deceased Tunsdav morn-
ing at 10 o'clock. The service will be
e'nducilod by Rev. A. W. Bealer of
Cartersville, who for many years was
intimately associated with Mr. Martin
in editorial work in this city.
John l. Martin was a nat;e of North
Carolina. l11 began his work as a
newspaper man ln that state, and at the
age of 17 ae was editor of a paper at
Rlaleigh. giving up a position of promise
there to come farther south to try his
fortune. Hil moved to this qtate and
settled at tColnmbus in 1i'ij, taking
chargee of' Tne Enqairer -un in that
town :i its editor an i proprietor Prior
to making hi% hnmim3 in Georgia ,lJohn IL
Masrti n('ccuiied ihe p- 'lt..n of %tare
pr.ntr :in AI].baiina, !-c.ated at Mont-
. orCn-y.
HiGHr_ SCALE OF WAGES.


n,, '- tt'4'-u Iae typn" founder.s : n

z ;...' and t.,8l hourm i

t(-. I 2. .'.4 '34. :!- eww a* 1. a' O
aualll t:rk u.' 'Ii .a ..~ .into
T.loa A r.tn -11.Na:. ICUIst

~.* .' U rlCd.emnawietl an in.
i : r 'a -"j o ,,) vpcr coiit. titit aci-
c !u,,.- 'c)!:ouiiaie. The conifertence
111i~ i p~' rt ojs noariy a v.'u~k. .1I la
tlf founaier-a at tb" umeeaung r(&;re-
ee-,ie ulii *.zU.00).0'J'J cavatnl amnd ta
(ICe~a.op~t4- of tue wnrk~nen's unions r-p.
rtk(.44Ut."d uVjO empl'l)yes. Type fou:.i-i
er, fr, in neariv eve ry rect'.un of ti.e
ci'.ntry w'-rp iniatteudari.'o.


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Coffee' Coffee..
II e call the attention of1
ftie general pulllic to the
acrt that we hare one of/
the best equipped Roasters
in the South, and tli hat we
catn furnish this delicious
(hererane at prices that
defy competition. 'e( also
uwish to remind you that/ our
('ojj'ees are always fresh
from the Roaster. 11 'hle
others are old and h are lost
their (trofmta, or./ is f res'h
ald delicious.
.V'c Orleans (Irocer/ Co.,
J.JS. .4'11 !Y;!i.
Phone 10-.7. Proprietor.



GRAND EASTER BAIL!
T1", I. E i liy
112'? LO'CE, No. 2571, K, C H.,
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RAILWAY'3 IMPROVEMENTS.
Southern to Spend $1,0(<0,0U0 on
One of ts Liarp.
]ENXVIIi.x March 12 --aPlroai con.
tractor. are here to look over the South-
eru ra!iway's r.,ad fro:u A,:.-eville to
C:..!tan i;A. The cvini, any !h:-& appro.
.-,.-tc:i .-i, ., .J with wh icu to build
pt-w triw'4s., ew grauen. new sidings
ift:l n-w btationu Iri,, Am oville to
Ch.ttait,.oi The c'Z tr..ce will be
awaroil-d in W\Vash.ng:i March 2~ and
work wiA bi;::u ::ine.:'iatly tnernafter.
1Vhen t:e Jou ,.4 ( tiA.'tfd this will be
t..s3 Lnzast s.::.u ct rA..road ai the
s ath.
('otton Mll ;1uatci le Hi mi.lug.
C<'l.r:A. 8 C.. Marca 12 --The
record shows that '&TJ000 additional
capital iS to j.O into cotton mills a a re-
sult of declaratious filed within the last
4b hours. On Feb. 217 a statement was
pubisaned in this correspondence show-
ing that the capital invested or to be in-
vested in cotton mills for the present
year aggregated $2,.8.b.000. To this
add: Woodruff Cotton mils, $250.000;
F. W. Poe Cotton mills, increase $250,.
lO?; Croft Manufaoturing company,
Alken. $.60.o0; making a total of *3,-
567v.,(K. This does not account for all
thi-: .Lri la s:ght, but gives only the
actua: c;c:'arations that have been filed.
Sugar It, eitery It-sumas.
NF:w Yo:K., March 12.-Work was re-
ou:nt-d at the sugar house of the Ameri.
can r ug'tr Retining company in Jersey
Ctv today. The p dant was shut down
a %.3ek ago fur the third tiune since the
1:ist ,f tJho year on the plea of over-
r-,:L, "iuon. The whole force, consist-
.... q i '..,t ]. 00h) auds, went back tc
w.rk teday.
Y. 31. C. A. 'Convenition Aq'J nui -n.(
t''T; <:1. ;i i4, March 12.- The Y. M.
C A tt.ate conve"iti'lu c -_sed today
Ni ,h cnierruces of otli'ers ot associa-
t: .;'.- Lanty of tho delegates. spent to-
day vis.;:in; point, of intent s! abo t tno
city and wil.L proLably leave t.,r their
bha :(.s ...;i.^ t.
'Ill 'it I. 1., :i'ht .'rolit 1y '1 h1 .

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W. C. NORMAN, Proprietor.


Telephone No. 46.


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SOLE GINTS FOR


AV' I,.\ N TA 1..1. %V I NO 4 'MPA\N, -


H. H. WICKED.


Monday, April 16,1900.


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', -Fancy Goods, ---


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All Ki':d! o. l'lumnbirvw 'and (J:-4 Fitt''' ., Mate-r' a' -U'


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HALL & KLEIN'S


MIammoth Retail Grocery,

502-50-1 SOUTH PALAFOX ST-.,
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A. M. AVERY,


(I wcemWor as M ry f to.woa,)
IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF
mnico Jotel and Restaurant Iacgi vWrar e

ALL ORDERS SERVED ON SHORT NOTICE Iron, Nails, Axes, Bhovels, Saw Mill and steamboat Buppiles, Cooking
AT ANY TIME AT REASONABLE PRICES. and Heating Stoves, Paint, Oils and Window Glass,
- *oo s b Rsent by the Day, eek or Month. Agate and Tinware and Houseftrnishing Goods.

3ti, 312 North Tarragona Street, Opposite Unien Depot. un, Pitol l and Fishing T kle.
0-Telephone 68.-- AGENT for Birmingham Rolling Mills Company, Re'v-re Olans
G--.PEO. WILSON & CO .---- ^ Stitched Belting, Northampton Emery Wheel Company, Laftin & Rard
4 ^^1 ^ W ^ *^ ILSON ^ SF^^**k ~ &y CO 9 -- T--- ***


Powder Company, jonnsons Kalsomine, iron .lg &and Bluck* tove
and Range-, Wm.Coupe ACo.'s Raw Hide Lao*Leather, Maetr-y's Ready
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FRiSH VGETA8SL RmIImlI DAILY, IOLESAi All RmTAiL.


The Best


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Ask Your Laundress to Try It.



TIl OII1IAL KIUTUCIT A1iZL BOUIi,



8. A. FRIEDMAN, Prol).

AGENTS FOR

High-Grade Licquors.
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VENYNV FIN1'" I 1I .M1A N's ('1':.* :R .IA ,I,! ) 'i: \ \TI:
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Thlen the (0111. 0iiV 4!?111ained t-: t.'
fromt Judge Whitt-'-; curt to flit, ':aiH
t~npplemcuitary 1,l1 in tie nature of .
a bill of review. which waQ tileol iin
November. SC. A d# 8re- o
:I-uisball wa-z filed Janirvir%. ~
it was overrule-d, and dan arpp AI
tAkenU to t ha' tupreume court. Ta t
court. in 'March. ',S'7. rever-.t d tl;.
circuit court anid orde .ed the 2 uj -
pleinzilalbill (II ill n r=ckd. atid a da---
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PEIGhOOLA. MARCH. 13. 1900.

%(_OTWlrHS1 A ir.tile VC-hlletitii
approbaition ill the -New Orleans- Pic-
ayune of the, action of Laouisiana's
two congre!:neiw.l3-Myfr and lDavi!-
-in Voting With t he republicans to-
the Porto, Riet) tariffl bill. th" (j jflI-o
(rt?&i'(of that z-tat. a?. a well1a!th01-4e of
all the. other Ptmt#-., will -carccly bew
able to, -o.'-e in it attythitng hut a d,
liberate alo'd i~indouniet of o-i'*rac
principk- .fair teloe benefit )f t ho'tori-
Tate intere~t-;of ja #,w''f t!.-ir c'z-n
stituentia Who) liapp( 11 too hee ltgat.-d
in the production (f uLar.

Ocalai. W!boo wa- iti3CdI'l 1-~'.7 1.
tive year- c(,.nfinen~iioiit In t!,t ()!11
penitewia~rY for violaht ion.;.(,ft ht-' I
S. banking, Liw-. and wk-- t-rm
w&#iafterw.ti kt.J- unm ii. t# o*4 :thre-''
yt-ariz. exlirili ai few(day- *ogot. Wa-
Teleaged freom ou-~to.d V and It-ft 01..
lauibu!.la-t Thiur-d~i%. arriving it.
Oceala Sa~turday. Hi- !:rli j= III .1
and riaiov p.'-r-ovuiialfri.13 1- we]-l

general th at Mr. Awni-w'- qfoolleri
was nillob-tetoclnival than r"al. ai-
zhough many wo-re in uii .1l'atlk
!,dilure of hi- hanuk.
A m4 irio* Nimoubf-r of cen-
ze s.who z- de-erif-d t-a- ''a di--
tazaguisled r-jri.rttae'rt-c-o.etitl
jgave away 11 C0Ilive-r- izlnOlil I- true
,nwardne!-.- ofthe ,rituatikvuIn ii a-la-
inwon (on thre' Pirto H two tari ff 1.111.
aotfollow-:
polway tof our ;)..I; t (. II;, %k- iws -. .I,; Ig. k I-
1.1 low the I-aA. :--1 1, -if mo' lat4)r A lal i i.
vibo ib to A iarg. -,x- to:. t i4'nhi i itted oor in*
f~uenea'd by I.' --greit,o: 1:tc:ai'Iia-
1tOneof the valll41 ..11ti 'lte in-m:ttilljl.'11t4
deakcrsts are i* Ita'.1a, 4 t e1." und,-rt-
%ra' remaking. imnoi okre vn'nc.,raj.. tO 1be--
.:eire tiat it 11i'il ti; Linaloriniz oi tfi-- part of
)jkv rej~nI.3: 1011. 1, -:' c 'a ut.I 'a. L- 'AI:,
!are' at x, '14 o3i't,l.r13-33 I, j
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JANIAJI' 'S-.r4-o-.'d 44f.-.-(i,.rI 'a-X
I'(irt- of timabt~r and builb', :I- tail11-
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America's Greatest Spring Medicine.


hill as to that portion of the line e)
tending from Jacksonville to Chal
tahoochoe. In September. 1l?''
Judge White ordered the reopenin
oftnte cae'a -tothe,'portinn .ft'- li2i
Ahove de-cribd. In March. 1.'I'
thl ltttotrney-enerail fil,'di i:i :th -!I
pr-Imn'I Court a -urz- ,ti',ll for a wr
,f Ip:,a'ibitii. w in wl: w g.- glai.l
ed in July. 1- : a.id ti.e pi.
p rr- i:i til. c tl. ::a! vilig be<
lost. ian agr:'emlent of conn-el w'a
fil-d prov-iding that thc-y 1.,itl b
supplid tby copie-. and that a fit1.,
hearing, off the cau.e in the sulpr.in
court -lioild )be had at the Juni
te rmn. lh109. Evidently. 1n., -uc hie ir
ing wa- had, as the re-cont order fo
the case to be advanced oni the docktu
and hard March 27. l114-1, indicate
that it was not finally di-po-,ed of i
pursuance of tho agreellielnt.
The amount involved in tL.e sui
is about $9W.otni, partly state an1
partly county taxes, and. of cournie
intera-t thereon, if the same pro
cedure obtains in ca-es wherein th
-tate 1-, party, as in individual suit6
No one can consider ti.e peculiar
history ,of thii' matter without per
ceiving that the railroad has had t te:t of it from tie beginning; an(
impre--ed with the conviction thai
if a case ever existed in which thi
att rri"-y--,iineral -hlioull thiv. hi;i
tl.., bent -fit of pci.,il co',aii- 'l.' t li


Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup cures the works
,**iil in a t'I) .ii-l p| i n->' i3i3 It t !:,' ,il! k'-t- F I.
i-Vtr a:.,l th -!, :.if tlirf ra: ma id Iu ,I di-iti n- ,

F.ii't'i,-' A rb n,ii ,' i- I adu t.itr' ;
fr }it;, l]qu, r-.
G,0111) R.111)S "(CON"VENTION.
%i l 'lMeet at Olrlando March "-=N
and 1:3rtd.
0 1) l..\N\ I. Mlarc!) 1-. --'"I "tMi.
(I ood o0l:d(' ('I e.,'lI
!..-e .March 22 .inil :. lprani-. t(
It- a gr,-'it -tt'ce- The Fl-" l;i
;,.ink' r-' A --or.iati ,n 1- .il-io ,,o li
1i,-ld h:,-r,' ,'' t.t e 21-t. M afivy of l:h(
-tatt' t ik, r- hal ve -1gilifi.d'
114i11 iit itn illtn t i rein lin over0'
a diii ;atta-nd the rwioa' in -.tii:n 'J'lT,
A.\ !'nciltur:il Ior ;au in Wl aQ!,in t,,nii
li;- ;'re to --'nd .M r. M (). E1li-
r id4 -". d(i:.-c` ,r of ttIt divi% ; 'i ,f
ro d 11 1111ll1i y. to d1-livo r .0i1 iil!~--
'rate td lec':ure u1illi io,:l Iu ;:tr, .\ 0-
ineint-. w hichi f-aliture ;aln,1- will li-
,-f reat v.-aiuv to thl- .'tatt".
It i- do-ired tli.it e-very o',intIy in
l'r'i ida b,- r -epr-se tiit ld. and tl:;t
'-:icil c,,ou lty ill' ike a full -port iof
wh..t h,..- lI. 'l i titlee in t:r- w '.y I f
i'>;>td an'. i)icyc ,t- "):!i il ipr,,\, :ii,.!!t
wit in it- tx rtl.-t. -t.itizn: i;.ito-rial
u-edI. 'ei-t o*f i'Oli-tructiton. t .. t,-
,thtir with -,aniplle-, ,,f in .teri il
u- dl. Tle-'- aitlpi0 -. froiii .ll tla t-
a I tie -tat-,. will lake ;a ; .I lu.it'bl
.i'i v''fr ili:.-r .-~tilli t'xhil it.
11.i"' W1;.001) I ( l t:
A.t, f< t ling I't-o in aIilth to Sllt-
tfrrenA.
l yrI:r ;l. dl lP rt .' Art y u.r i -ur'
.f r ( t- 'r tr:i che'- i. .1.
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Investigate the Convertible


Term Contracts


One of the Best Cominic Opera Corn- iPeter Siers Arrested and Fined Hear-
panies on the Road. ily o)n Two Charges.] --O' THI--
No better pleased audience ever There were twelve cases before Old Penn M utual Life Ins C
sat through a play or opera at the Mayor Hilliard in the police court C.
Pensacola opera house than those this morning, of which one was dis- DAVID EDREHI, ostr who heard Susie Kirwin and her charged. The fines amounted to110llO. DA INNN 1.NN N. 1'. .
clever company sing "The Two Peter Siers. colored, charged with -
Vagabonds" last night. The music cursing and abusing Louisa Douglas
was excellent, the voices were all on January l!ath was fined $25. He
good, the girls were all pretty and was also charged with assaulting
graceful and the vaudeville work Carl Miles with his tlat yesterday. a
was first-class in every particular. for which lie was fined $25.
Susie Kirwin deserves succe. Peter Ielano. charged with as-- -
for she works hard to tpleae ler pa- sauilting Willie Brootks with his
trons and she gives personal atte-- hand. was fined $1o.
tion to every detail ot the- presenta- Peter Bradlepy and Ardell Howard.
tio,n. charged with visiting a place where
She d(lid clever work l'ia-t night as lewdness. and indecency is practiced.
Fanichon and she wa- abl' support- were each fined $lt).
eld. Alice Hare wai a- pretty a- a Frank Rutle'de.. Alinz-) (Crin -
rosy-cheekled peach in her captain n and Geo. Jerome, cliargo-d within i.-
Pa-til I nd.-atiew ta-s irac'-fiul as a iml disorderly by quarreling, wt-r
razell-. Margaret Bixter was in each fi;-Pdi$. S 1 E As A P I
fline votieC and L.o)ui e HoR, .rts a- "lhos. I.iddy, a fak,. d(cti .'t')b.-ut
Princie-- Polllpadotir o tw ? ill ;a t:t r t. 70 ar- of a :,'. w :-i a rr -to-d thii-
atid lh iiatii;led It Witli \W,:id-rfuil 1 1 1(orn tiu a d otrd e-t.d ta I.av.- ttoWli.
skill. Harold Goordo hti a ,i. T COLO S T rc1u __ 'HA T W AS II
Voir'I3 arid he kiiows lhow too i- It. TIll llFSIr IF: E IN Til- W'O ilAL V J
('ha-. -Fuller. Lyiman W ho..l-r ;:!.d 'i Pa::. r Salv.. It i made from a
E. A. R adel r ea h filled till i ',.ir 'a.rt pre- ri ;in b\- i Ii wol N I wiide' kiwn 27,:<-inlit, ilk (hi!i .: ailn ..a....... ...................
to lpt-rfection. but when i" caine' to -ki) -p-ci.ili-t lind i- pi --itiv.ly th :;I-inch Silk I',nl:il-l .. ................. ...
the two vagabo ind E. A. (Clark iand nmol t h .lini -.lv.e fr ipil. s, i.nurn 31l-inchl Si ll. i-t-, a a D- ...... ...... ....
J. (' Harvey. it was hard to) k.ep -cahld i.-r-. I lunlir It," ar. 1nd i .
olk- oin their feet. Jlaivey i an skin di- a-e-.- W A. I'Al b rt. 2-i Z yr (i h ill ........... ...
a:nusiii g "'('1 and h.- kept e'.try- 2 T-i Viii ('n Ct ck iand Stri;- i: ......
hl dy roarii)-g w ith laugIn ter. i'r l.;-ii S lt IMI' :'td-inchli Spri-:2, Style l' rcal sf ... ....... .. ...........
Th.' vaudeville work wasI t:'- r-t I..
and m t entertaining ever At V. .. id l's t,-d: Ordtr attern ilk n two like.... ........ ... .......... .....
here and ever-'y n l4mem ber wa- hi !- qui' t !.-,ne 1"-,4. lto-icli Inriil; ,i iti a ...... ............ ............
class. *-The Girl W ith th,. Aulbiirna H u t.ter'- Hvy at Fu- -nti-ie Arlbo)n.t'-. .-inch.C. (ih ck Naii-,ok............. ......... .... .
l.ocuks san:i-g her w ay into thi<- lm :irt ir alil) Pie lititv.ti1 : .. . . . . ........... ... i, :
of :ill present. This featuile s.n la h'-r (" ondiion 'i.a i -- L ,.l',.- ,., I ..-: -.,-1 .. .. . .
t:init entirely new oni t .- l at...
church minu-ic., choir girl; in .ut;-- 'iT!. c, titrr of e lo)w prs.- ., a :i-
plice; stage set a-' ilit ir ot mov, 'd fiorn the.' uppi er li- ori v.'il-
chure!il altogether a ra-:lii-'ic -'. n. l-y to VW-tern New York and ha.
**The }lovY City" wa< very lii,e. i bh(,n -tui('t'(vdd Iby" an area,1 i otf !ih Mings
MMi-s Kirwin sangCrt-' Ie >- l i.t- I'ar.--. -r, thA:t cv-,:'< th-e t tit[r'
te-r than it was eve bc'vo: - ni: ,n N1 rt3w -t ** I1 '- It,n'- )1.itnn .. .e.i -----------------------
it P i.nacola stage. I Alt anlophi -rice di-turbance i- ,h eail;; l'ul l)'-i :.- S. I i-p;l.iy l
iaby Ht latrice is a little, t. t wit h a brewijng in Tl'-x.i toi-day. It will .-, l,,ll- ( ia .1 Mattin ...
wondf'rful voice and -i it a nilt ov' e:i.tward(and re-ult in ilicre'a-;-
cle'ver dancer. The illu-trated -on'.i.. i 'ag cloudine-- iin the Gulf states.
oild ,glory animated onl -:i.-t mlii Marked falls ill temperature oc- pI,,tt.n}l. lT, r I'ranl idL:lies- Slippi;, :1-!A. Ox t 'ri- : .
clry-.an'thoeinumii naricl! we' all 'curred in thel W est frotii the Mi-- ( Our l.-i) Lin.- i- .Si;perir it.: 'i:.il ;\ .
v'ery attractive featuire-. soiri valley southward to T'exa-,
SlIaid Palha is beinl -inia ;it thli- and it iha g rown warner from thi.
aft-,rnoon's matinee and Ca(n'na Mis-i-sippi river ea-tward to theAt- ti
will h. t"o-light' attraction. I laitic ')a,-t: 41it liil(s aill hour ;t tt t iit
"illh re lha bee nianv hi.i -pric.n -Marqluett- a nd t. Patiul wv'rret t
c'lopaniies here wlio 'did n11t ,i' lighe-t wind veInciti- diiring the,
half -.,0 ntertainini t a pr'ogral. Past 12 i:oirQ.
The company d s.' rvt .- lib .:'l ;Ip:- ar'ti tt' iand St. Louis ;are tlih,.
tr,,. g.ir. ,,otIly + tati.,n- w lier, pr-.c pitation ,n ,-
t'll TI a! ld iI t l. Ill. s oS 1W Was c l ('11-
A Thousand Tonguei tinriziinnr at t I.- lti ad t i -2 T 'inrg iesr 1 C
C(uli inot express the rat;-r of t", "" "lat 1Buggie Buggies Buggies!
.\hiill la. Sp;rini1ger. otf 11:'. ) H owa.rd (',.'in tli ,i : p,,i:i t ta : c'llltinli :iti'io
-tre-.t, Phi'ladelphia,. Pa.. w :. -' i e ,of f ir :; .i-l.alt v,.,et!,i.r fool tlil-
founld that l)r. hKint;'- N.\w i,-.,',v- vici:.it '. .! J. W .,, iJi. A SOLID CAR LOAD. Stylish Stick Seatc
e-f' for Cl ',;t ii1ip'tiion ih.tl 'ii; -ly -I, 7.
Se a h:i i: 1 T I- s inv I.:;:> i i )Iii Pretty Phaetons.

:'. oi ve r :. :., ll L O AD I ; 0E
-,; ,,f thi i}{,yali (' r; --"it .. : "- : : .. !t.. 1 *i i ;l i;,,.
Ca'.,t! 1.Iw -411 1 i,-.otl-.v. !,i,! 1 i il i -II I \I I .1;s Any and Every Style! Top Buggies.
arrl -v lr ly rt' i,,,I: .rd,,r .' k,
1 r ir l v, ,rho ii lt. i i r -, l '* -, v L -t I.
I !',fo.-rt(,,. ,.n ho ia,,- ii'-. I. B EST 1 ES, L TEST ST LES.

l)i-c,' v.,ry for ai troiil tt! ,. I l i* [II
'.It, o ri, .,:,, *rl.,, ,t w. First Come, First Served; They Won't Last Lon.-
-A. 'Al"ibi't' Dr,'; :S,, e: r W ho is Rader ?
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No better Cigar for
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3tdosVerdict.
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Man's Friend. He will
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6 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, MARCH 13, 1900.


ACTS GENTLY ON THlE

KIDNEYS, LIVER

AND BOWELS


CLEANSES THE 5ysTEM
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GOL' EAOA~'Vf E

OVERCOMES~ .--'

HA4BITUAL C NTIPAIO
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MEARES IS FOUND GUILTY.
thrfcm~tlvtvt (roiltnft Kurator Cms.
VIC1041t flu ius in=Orphan Girl.
k~ i:m :5. C. March 1,,. Pro,-
Zessor J C M~ares, who until hie re.
jilzred throte zul~nths uza-.wts ia~zructor
.:I tne stale InS: Itne [or tile deaf and
~Le hiuu." 'Nud !ao, L4 !: _1. 1 be en found
*.jti::t gA Lt L:i tr:1:"cha'rge

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Lin., :1,4 wile ar:% 1iaU

:,-VKwoe:..iif -.-h-a:;:iXv.ali apjp rezl

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:.ui v%36 con-. licte.] 'u :mp4rtant p.Lr-
u'ar,, bv iii, ni.1r4.. .if t..ie -!) ,r of

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INCNDIRYCRANIK'S WORK.
!.V1dienct. !,-ht I .N a.H I 'imt ( litrch -s !to
( 1i ic, ;:a '% 'r- !si oWa PIrlr..
Cm *i-... :ii -hc'.u evidence


mn : i ti .L*I v::H.::.g ia fewvi.weeks
4of itit rr,E~v Mi.dtciunrch
i'.~~ ~~ re11ti.' j 4* uir;4'r'nd:arv crank.
b~ r e 41 I'l in, org-in luft,
y.4 P, V*. :.:wt:'.i4.,i .:eto reach
tat -.'. ,. i. V .

d.'1:Ca' I L-K'.:g :.w,, n;gru?!-

I :~ I. :H~eanrniciore !'ir
c.: urctie.,i tnlta L, c6-1-sf, rr 1irti. 'or i~o
Wo(ul l ot V1- 12. LUtIura p
!Au efl'e.rt v;:..i xr .~Hdthe

A~'dl)-1p." & ito l i'1Llit Ore (4.;tfoua.
j.1 V .)' ini. A.a Maron i u -TL;e
zigrres in il>.- c4ii.-e of the comnmio-irncr
of agri4'uaiure :.hlow a lstariltlcg lnc-reace
in t up si~e of t.:gi tor ferti.izers for Aa.
:,a 1: o lAst vear, that Is thle season
I L4'oo 1.*.0 to Nach I 6.45.7N Otags were
t, 4. 4 This veir for the season
to March 1. tziere have been sold lL.
004) tagoo. It is required by law that to
every sack of iertmlizar sold in the state
one of the*@ tags must be attached. The
great increase In tne sales of the tags
is considered an inldication that the cot-
ton acresize this year will be greatly in
excess of Ia.; year.






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The. Worlds Trium~ph,

oi Master Rrewin9.

Tt uriihes, invi~orztfcsand tones.
'ithas the i'uUI-strong body of
the brews that built the ancient
Norse men to splendid phy.ia
strenifth,todether with the refined
=uaities anid delicate flavigr e -
cuir alone t~o
Mastcr Bre,%s.

ASK V Roa.~~e~f.cA

T HE C T U 1~a 4CCUZ'f 72Bi .RNF CC.
CINCINNATI. !!'S A.

LEWIS BEARt & ('a.. lOeaeI'lrIenvi;

THE GLASS OF FAWt ON. nix 3More 1n~ielI R1rqI'Ver(1.
I r 'I (421 ~' i~ i' .~ ~ . ~ Cii I.LLTON, Va. M rh 1.-
11 !"Tr i.no -P~i ~.- b(-'d-ea were recovereri fro~m R,!d
~..:~ Im A.,`; in':e todav. Tue to-ti! nurtber of
'V.~-:- wdeaq 3n far is 17. Ali tht bo 1,' reuior-
L; of ". red toiav-,-ero teyond nr gu;:vcn. I..
'1~~~~, i~1- thou ht that ctl;~ae~i~ nt~


'4 -u. '7 t:. .S4oxviu.IF. March 10 A ii,,ciaj to
1~~ 1! !1fi V ~ V s' Tile !Seunuel frfm Mvidliesboro !iavi
: :Ik pr.' Henry Norton, a bighlY esteenid aged
3tIt is rno'r" 1 r~thx:n (-.Ur. citizen of that section. was shot froul
rk:.nv, spri~ ng .~. fmi n snarbush and soriounly wounded while
t2y aV~tHp tvhI114ir inets on Baker's creek. No cause is tasigned
ar~I!ii', Ftn)n or sir. I:ip, fallifrn: as he was not known ta have an enemy.
aIubie'Iovw thil waist Ill( in front. He is san ex-confedersa~ soldier.
P, aftlir 1 cas n tli- tint ~~t'i1o b
r'"14i1 -a 4al- Ole te nrrcot tLing. e- VEI 'Y p3CIIE t L E
jop('Iiiiy in t.' pnoiitlivr 1-f petarl i'e FOR STEAM PIVIsIOwi
nmral-it un i Hiisd with ostirlth Teoa lb-
rLNSACOLA ILchCTR NA
0",(-f.No~zil lln-r:1 fo P1{AIIJWAY CO)MPANY.
(~ ~~I :L !o1:ienl'Z., i in~trilvr rain,1-0- v~Po-macoia for the Littit
1911o Il -lo or Irix :t l ld wrihtt IeithePameto B ach. Warringtou, %,,v)
~~ i'!'it' t.lsitl Il i o Y a m.arribua Fort kBrn a rrat es 7:5~
11, aiiu.: .1 l suaro'k%-:ti lti~ arrtw % v l.Infl i:'t .in. arrive at Fort Barrancas li4':v)a.Yr
~' nnrs e*~jrto~tI. 0P.mi. arrive at Fort Barrancam 1 : 4, p in
8:-'i ) l lrp aitr I-:,. t t t ,r t1 t r rft Iirr C 1; 4.1:, ) ,-
Ti:. j. at~~tii !'w~~ redr.*a r' ) A1p.mi. arrivt' at jort i'arranra!, 7.A111 L i
of 1-111tv *p t* rhi rnir..el -10('P ii. arrivt- a! Io~t larranca. s.i.~) p I
k~ Trmt:iij ieavteFor-, Barranicat for ;kt-ura.
1!14-111 an n*iii is t n h im i :.,1.o.f rt p #i s ,-
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Medical Society. Attenaton.


ThpEre will be a regular inept,
tt.t 1P.-n-aoca Ia M~dteaI $eocjt
B1~ oard of H-stth office
o '-b ck p. .m.Taewla~y. March 1:
27, ; 4 .
V;'lti~tphy*siciang are cor
D. W. McMiLLTA*. ,M.
Press!
F. F. BRtUCE. 'I. ID..
Secretary.

Convention Call.

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ii' *-'4f ,e '. II ''~1 ,rtL4 th 4:14 1 -)*IHI.

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1.e.w furniture. bit can
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Sole Agents for Celebrated'

i--other H{igh-Grade

PROPRIETORS OF THE


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D. G. BRiENT1,






AWW, draw our owL ls cI~ f Lzchacu..e on Or.,it Brit %ii. I.-

woy. Hvtodt- a. Deumark and ot!,ar u;u-:.


Obilgatio--i. TAkfn Payable at Pct:i of T('i@(.1 r Fifte-..:
aiftor VtisAt'1 Arrivei; there.

Cusastetoy Deposit Boxots for' Rent. in Counocitcii
urith whir we have a Pr~'wats Apartm'ent for the U14
of Rentrorm.


Cold Weathcr
Coming. .

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Coal and Wood


UnINJX LIONNULtie Te1liphonw 1No. 14Z's. I

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Geo. Pfeiffer, Agent, BEER *
PEN'S A( OA.

Try It. ou Ta~p at all khluaes. V. J. VID 11 I. Sola Wholes


? aul J~:anc adEcho 8;rin~s elebratei whi~icS,
TRY A 8OTT[i Of CHLIRY 1611C.
m, I PHONEr4154. 1' 0 IlX r5847

JUG & ]FAMILY TRADE SOLICIT ED

=WA: I ordI.r- loft at T!. e~- 4!-' ~I& M!mI e, W Ll ~t
mitt-nd-d1.1.4


DUNN'S *


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Open


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-pecial COrders at Any Hour.
4 LODGIN

.1 ii' ~;, *jI4! '.a.."'ra '..i..e.1. als '25 ar. l


''.*,JOH IN RUJRDE:Y o,--


Foundry Ml~achine Slop -'


Telephone 346.


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Dealer in Machineryg Fittings and Supplies fu


SALOC,';


4 1 :YN EUROPEAN PLANI.

4~ 'H':A .R s~ ttiched,


Day and Night.


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8 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, MARCH 13, 1900.


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For the Farmer.


i-a11s I!,(the zi tut: n i rP-1rt Ion bt 0 tw o -*l
11;1114 mal and fe? seu.%trtility tala
u'xiFts Inl ri-AlarigI 1ha."!, 1-g i llrturto*-at
f. r.-t N'xi-, 1. jar,''g ,ffT. Dli' iiof tme
..t~d In v:1. xt- .1 tnito Feaje arid
jocotai~.. niol., fa-f'r Iiiroo'gen, "as it no~t
Iat 1,11141 Ifll 1. 0 '1N?.t 4.g' at tor fLat
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This sI i- 144% I Wfit'r 11,0. J fi i

best fggr Lcvit!x- i~nrxvilh 'I'll.rt-Fult i.t
iha? th.- troe s aft. r a ro-w x43rs 1i0--


D~eep Plov~iini Questioned.


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kiri (ofi 1' s.-Iai. 1 1;*, tiele [P. t (fli t hge

tn- thIat It. I F.. I ',t*turn th 4'idet r.1o.


1111iroun in In What lertillger.



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1 la' r"ben 1.-Nk* a' ii"

Wotllf Irlick v 1~ IV.-. !r.o.Ifol
-'.d Dr. .int,.!.iN,.w LiftP l-

Ne-rviou-i Jfeadiciu. -. T! i #- ji i~ik-
1,11111 up 3,11r ;c'dt'' '. F a-y lteetaL-.
Try them i (*o, I :Y*-, E'-I1= iticy
bac~k if tnot curs.d1. S-1iJ by WA. A.

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(IS Iia~ndxona, 1;uritu / e.
Maf(rston A` Finch hare an
immense ./ockjlor you 4to .so-
lect fi wita n d tihe y till .%ell
it to yout on ion( i'Utie and
ea~vy payrmen ts.
N'ui0T W F% o. ~rol~ i x n'imt T t Zheuii tder.
-191i'd IitA.i1 tob ajlptot to Lh. ,,v.ruir
of vlorida( ... letii r, 0- .I' it,. rp rmat.
saer-. 1iititl.wly A Cl4j.,ii i;''4:: unlr the w. r -
i-ral ineoriwexi t (iiii lw 4-1 t~mit,, Atef 0? F. r-
id&. 4100.r a cigr: *r in .rl.Ail :
f..jI,%:iarg. tIii.. *r i _'talA-fI of s1% fi-t fl tie mi
I1ar.. 4,srju.'. Iiil 4 cope'.--fINIi*4,M
of F nuilln ,-r.viitinOi
14t iecr- luimsr ,l~t i. &R -nwwi% i i '.. o 4-.
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AcL Iets Ao "wwli. "I. t Prea.141I'clgI
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Kloti,,r ambut ajU.'.Nrir.i4TVl. titAntw~erp
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r :r~li (,hi'ta' [1.. -7 Iiig ,ringMarch 7
Fati''j. IIt.-b At -1~p'1 --i f pir
.%t)%-_- t.-ar Port Roval
441In1*t. N oir. 30l,, "IdFleetwo od. Jail i.
tiler. SNor.Badkl reston Iloe 11
Jo(144 rmn~ a N or. '.Idtilm 1't imn;t'aini N ov-140
ushiginim". Nor. *-1d Tow-hu rg I -e is
I.-?u!t-e. N'.r. -Id ILondoist, J ;ii
1an.1118. "1I. -1. -ill illai Nov I9
I ,(j)u '. hit-,. %7,', 1.14 ii wh ut-iiir F. 1, 1
MIag~dalen. vNCO), u'l4 md LBetiItJuly I I
Marvolla. It. -Il IHambu.;rg. -Nov U'
41 lift. RK11%,'.I a iVaIlice ct lt !.'2
4 mi-re'. I r. ta 41d] Hilefloc Ay rem t'i.'pt1I#i
-grr.'4*% or. 'mw1. ii ut'roet-tia. Ian
1.4-I10 H.4 t.It. .t; at L% 1 Pit' ..Nov -
Vi1it4111. N.'*r. %A'.,22i.itli Nigh I'l
X mre,.tn. It, ..d ad,'tra I1- c! "


Furniture at all Prices.


g)it1. f h. T: o II : ati ,ItItdniwr. hofir
myrI4 mii.o I t i u -,4, tieltv f!i -43nfE!11)


NAVAL STOVtI4t MAI(KE-1.
.Lep~irted DIaily ffor The News by
Maa"srs. t. N1 M be& C.


COHEN,


IHOE


MARITIME.

AID so. Pe-ncacola.'.nro .',alreptora
It -aip 4VUL-.SC~iiaf';io. VfLce
( LEARKED.
Br -os L.:,iozi-!dI. !1-. F't4-r'. v Baatrs. Itih i n
%-oy iv& C-..for I 1'.rrer-!it ,4%% :i n1..*(t'"''s- ft
I eal and b.)a-1 a % u. t! f IY 1t ifit t,- r,
valusad at tt.
fir 'tirivanri.a. F77 rown. isv W 1. W~it-
tig'li coo.('iir %ni-to-rdarin mna cardlitY % ,:!
: sol e-l f ti 'R I; Utyinher. 212.1, ft deal-,
litt.914'. He.lrn`1.4 . kei latinl. it% -11W0
ft tI niii*r. va! Tu.'d at I.; -P)
ktr ?.-Torino. !i 7t. Vo-nw~l.biv ( iuIf!Tratm-i
ijiture, t":)i box..-b.-.-t iro~n, I- Ito- ;frt- Cf
inichint- :grV. 4 '-,o jIl') aflv..t :,4 rig mat i l-r"I-V
k, tt r..:,- frau:h-)g :. i. v -t titu r .. i' t"!
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o,.'- t r ,FLi I ,to.r. >. ft in A.'.: i t vr.
valued lta*4 ~
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H~E SIIIPILNG.
Vzss$KEly N POINT
ST3AMPHIP?4
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Mr An'Li,;. IT:t n4 ..A,:, '7- *: i r

Itr 1#1nr- au Iu
MW.-d Daro-ar. Even .g!i.uto raiI t rd
It or Elteir. -'I~. Ai:-r ', to H* .rder
N .or r 1(. 74. A el,.4e. inde.- to order
Nu r Iifior I.00, A.N i o~f ir. tu W e K eybe r &
('f)
Nor Ilinghtli.r. ,cu,. Ang'1r-ofl. to V() C
Ru.* Helmji. 4.7. Ak,1erlut~id. cid for CtAr-r
It Itallt. -%v. .gp.-'dastola. Lc, i-lI rro
It Lui.ia F". 4-o. 4'. CrAa. to Ilk' SK'v.-r f&
No Mtt hitja 4M. K l-p.to oee~r~
No.-sr Nioi.rzIX., t' I7,i'lao ti Key-t
Nor e-n'7 Thoiii-.'f. to ,r~dor
iiia4il 7j. I ..rd-troni, Lt ) rdoir
N or ltolh.'rt t'craftt'zi '. .JP.-"'.en, t
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I1r pU -r t Ra '. o.- 7o. too itola'o t-i ro l
11- 1'1- too.r: y, 7. M gIt:t,',. tn14 .
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All High Cut Shoes in
Men's, Ladies', Misses'
Children's at reduced i


prices....


A Special Sacrilice!

:5.) Pairj Ladi-" Vici Kid Srii"g
I{,. I1 Button anid Laee t.u-


for ,,nly


$1.25.
REGULAR PRICE 2m.


Gentlemen,

SDon't Miss It!


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


Men's (Genuine Calf Tan Lice Hand
Sewed Welt for only


$2.50.
tEOIULAR PRICE $.>


Doln't .o-v TImt anlid reAboutt
Priie in NV,, St ill Lead a-4tho .Le w-
(..'t I'rl;' shot. lgctl-.e in the (.City.


Yiour- ',r Shoe.; and


TRUNKS,

I. GUGENHEIM.,


FOR BEAUTIFUL RUGS
and Irap-ri's of all kinld ,
a well v- rytlii in th-r
l-'urniture Linte. call at

Thj Escamlbia Furniture Comllpany's.


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fRIEDM IN & O'S


RACKET STORE.


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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.



Our Stock is Immense!


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


In Men's, Ladies' and Misses' Footwear j
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The finest and most complete line of
Carpets, Mattings, Curtains, Window 4:
Shades, Etc. k

a Ylou are Cordially Invited to Visit OPr ammiotli E.tablishmint


We are Invincibles in Low Prices
This makes our Success.

N Mail ()rders I'r,,mtly Att -nd d to.
Trade Di-sc.u;nt of t5 on all (Ca;h l'u c .:--. -"


SCOHEN, FRIEDMAN & CO.

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To make room for them the remnant of Winter

Goods will be sold at Sacrifice Prices.

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