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DAILY


NEWS.


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDA'"AFTERNOON, MARCH 14. 1900.


NO. 34.


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


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It ia le-.trnied that warrants hiavt'
actually h**-tj i-'ued for thirty if the
int irnuiii::"'ilt, reilublilcati in Ken--
tuc'ky. al-o four Brown democrats,
i.arlang thi'im with be-ixng accs..o-
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folwrt Dev.Caua = a tia. m-d rglila wiaiIth
54 a a' *aIIaIg uoieai fro.i':, llr ii 'a j'ta-'-
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vr.-'a agraic. w!M'arc 7 -". fc.4ar lesItIh.
covr.at'rt N a l-.ofi aie'!firm ockJ Per.
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tion that I receive no tinan,.ai com.rin-. to the bravery and ders:ion o the men
nation and that a share o: tOe profit ue who fought lor the conteiertwy. Tae
u-ed for moine benevoa.nr work ,,.il past. he saii. would take care of itlel.
na-red the week becmirm:ing Tu."rday, lie sa i it was tla. problems of btie pres-
M.arch 13. :'AJ. as the week o10: ta -x ent and tne future that the men who
perTieut onoe were toes woald have to tight out
** \Vin tn:s Un ier-tr.n -,ng af the n. together, shoulder to shoulder.
d cIt o: t:ie ;,' er" tU r vi k, 1 wI,, s;ate
iu t .irt :tt --orai ,'ar:' Aso antl politir':
**It wi Le newspaper. 'Ine wri d
*ew. w :,+ de.laid .a. anything in BH O o
the way of da:.. events that tne pu.)
*.,.. u a:" to know for its ideveipm t nt,
aui p ower in a life of rm!hteousnes. :- t*1 I ,- -" : titi t di- -
On the liquor question the p per ;a H1 : tt.r- t ,,,::,'h i B ttil :r-
w:l advocate the pronibl tiou of the ik,- -.tt. bl..- L. I y IL ..t
'sho e itqur business from Maine to : --t w"LI .,and ke.ep- well. :. k,. it
Caf. rna>.-and an around the g.obe. By regularly. It will k t;, .L h,,w :
pr>obta:ion I mean the total extinc:ion ..-* Iv t in cur.. ,'..-:e -til 'i h
of the curse of ruaking. selling. buying :,rdNr- i- Iy ;,p(i:> i -', il.
aud dr.nki'g intoxcating liquors. its -li;- .i-!: live. w.-ak kid -. I ti :-
extinction by legal enactment, by per. ri, feve, and a.-il". .4.. t* :t
scnal total abstinence and by every Private eienute aSla nia c-,v:r- ::
form of state. home. church and school itck of tt.*, bottle.
education that Christians can devise.
*The great social question of the age A .afegiiar. Hostetter's
will be given prominence. The se:flsh-
news of mankind in every form of greed, Arain-t Stomach
commercially and politically, will be icBitteSr
cousidrred a &of more nosi co- K Bi


Makes the food more delicious and wholesome
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Mes:ure to-e ;ntt.,e d U on1 ti ,iply witli thtt
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Measures to Be Acted Upon at l:ln. \\,.t.-n ..ni,. t, \\stiin>to.n aW I
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S LUA EDITION quence to u as a people than many
ll n EDITION other matters which too often engage
the time and attention of mankind.
SThe paper will declare its abhorrence
ofF T war as OPEKA CAPITAL o t is being waged today. not
UOF TOPEKA CAPITAL in Africa, but in the Phiiippine and
____ everywhere else.
"The main purpose of the paper wiil
FThe first Issue Will Amount be to influence its readers to seek first
the kingdom of God. A nation seeking
to 360,000 Copies. the kingdom of God first of all will in
time hind right answers to all die ated
question and become a powt and
OLD READERS DISPLEASED usef matioa.
"**My God bless the use of thiS paper
to the glory of his king4om on earth.
l-gutslar Subscrib-.rs lBought Other CaAKLZS. M. SHELDO. ."
P.apers-Peeyer oar First i'age- lb.e
iper-r Ipol :rsFirst lae- WILLIAMS IS AGAIN RELEASED
3llnl-lt r' Policy Ou:lnluedl In Lfad-
Ing E1 ter al. Sherrifof Clnrke County Disappointed
Io Not Gaetting im.ln.
Tr i.A., Mar1h 13.-The first issue of A t. arch Pegleg" Wi-
the Sheldon edition of the Topeka Capi- h a e
tal went to press at 2:37 this morning, liams. the famous Georgia emigrant
.I; minn-e. earlier than the usual timo. agent, Is out on bond and Srosumnably
Mr. :-he.din stayed in the cfceuntil has ieLt the state. The officials of
Clarke county, upon whose warrant
Williams was arrested Sunday after-
noon, are demanding of Fulton county
officers why he was released. The
difference between the county officials
of Olarks and Fulton is likely to prove
a serious matter.
Sheriff Gibson came to Atlanta Satur-
wday' morallng for the purpose of taking
"Peg lag" Williams to Athens. He
states thas ho called at the Jail Sunday
nigh and received the impression from
f the offioert chnrg that Williams was
looked up. Jst Gibson was informed
tithat hewoaN sot be released without
Sthe knowledge of Sheriff Nelms. Gib-
sm says be called again at the tower
yesterday moralag and finding the
*' sheriff away he received the same an-
S-e swer from the officer In charge.
L ICGoing to the office of Dr. Nelme
cTaTBA. owG ATIO.A.. l af, i nal llyG, Gibson states he was told that
PELA. WUasN MIL. SEsLoo.N PA IZaHA William. hld bees leased on bond the
the peems started ad carried home wish day before and diat the maa hadn't
him she rest copy *f she paper. been in the tower in 12 hours.
All she mails were caught and the --
press was hptruoina untilabout m oon NEGRO EXODUS IS CHECKED.
today, Frintiag something over I.O 0 ..
ceples. The rest of the edition will be 0ue Tao.u.-.ai Are Dasppoltuted amti
printed tIn Chicago and New York, for W\ilt II.v. ,0 Rs(UIals.
which matrices will be sent daily. The AimN, Ga.. March l&-The negro
mnagetmant of the paper says the mail-
ing list ead city circulation now contain exodus hAs received a check and it is be-
850.000 copies, and that fresh ordereare i 'ove. tbt the greater number of dark.
ecming by every mail 25,000 yesterday. ies now trying to emigrate will return
Mr. Sheldon was a& his desk again at to the farms and go to work. The white
8:28 this morning.
The paper wasenot entirely satisfao- fartner. have kept large numbers num-
tory to the regular subscribers and out- bs of darkies in provisions during the
vire papers have been bought freely to- p~ winter and now they are skipping
day'. their contracts. That is the reason
Contents of the. Papr. why the farmers are raising a howi
The first item on the first page was a about the matter. A number of plant-
prayer written br Eishop John A. Vin. ers were here yesterday having negroes
cent of the Methodist Episcopal church. arrested who hbad jumped their con-
It is as fcllow, tractd.
-A morning praver and resolutin- Sunuday morning at 3 o'clock at the
'I will tr, this day to l1-o a bin,,7 .board Air Line depo, the sceno beg-
* sinere. e erone life, repelling every gared drecraptiou. Fally 1.00 negrues
tacuhii( of discontent, self-seekang and were there awaiting an opportunity to
anxiety; cultivating magnauimity. self- get off, but the opportunity nevercame.
c,,u:rol and the habit of sileuoe; prac. 'here were no tickets provided for
tic:un e.ouomy, chaerfu:ness and help- them and they couldn't go. In fact,
fn:n ',4. the railroad shut down all sales of tick-
S'And a I cannot in my own strength e? on orders from Atlanta, restricting
do thai. or even with :% hoe of suc-ess sales ab.oTutely to those who paid cash
attempt it, I hank to T'nes, ob I,'rd, mr here for their tickets. That. of course,
Fatnbr. in J.-.us Chit,.. my Savior. and cli.ckesi the movement and the darkies
abK !or the gift ot the Ho.r Spirit." cou.:dut get away.
A t,age was devoted to local new Illtlt) I'i, (;GAVE.
and the leadingrfeaturesot today's issue
were report of a temperance revival A -t:,rtlitig incident tof which Mr.
anudan ant lgarettenmeetiua. Mr. Sue!. J- .!," i. er of Ph ilad-Ilphii. w:a t!'e
don instructed the )oltoe re-orter tbt -ihj-.gt. is narrated by him us f,-l-
in cAo of a murder or other crnmu to lw-.: I w.-a in '* mo-t dreadful
wr.te a bare statement of the fac:s. If c,'niitionl. Mv skill was :alllntt yel-
he had the space to spare, instead of low. ,.' StIunken, tonlgue coated,
filing it up with bth usual d-tails, he pain con itinually in back and sides,
would go into a discussion of Mte causes :n :j;appetite gradually growiniv
leading up to the crime. weaktr day by day. Three phy-i-
Une stage was g.ven to telegraph >'i;ans thad given Ine tip. -ortunate-
news. whith ordinarily occupies about ly, a fri-nd advised trying 'Electric
three time that space Tae Aio;,Aieid li:ter-,' and to) my great joy and
Press report was necessarily b.ue pan- -urp>ri-. the first bottle made a ide'-
ciaed with a vengeance. cidhd improvement. I contituitd
The marks reports were cat from their IIe for three wCe(k. and aim
four columns to one. Ail quotations c now ia wfll mian. I know they saved
stwkis and bonds. giving options and i y life', and robbed the grave of, ap-
other matter involving transactions in .th,,r victim." No one should fail
futures. bays been consigned to tbs to try themiu. Only 5(1 cents per bot-
paste basket, and -ony the actual cash t,*, :t W. A. D'Alemberte's Dru'
prices of grain, products, etc., will be s.mrf..
q uoted. ..
A notable feature of the paper will SHAW'J CORDIAL WELCOME.
be the method of handling advertise-
meats. The familiar cor et advertise- (',1m,,,111,.m--u. meets of the magastnes, accompanied c ,v.. by 'ontl..ratet. Vet.eran.
by cUM. have sought in vain for space. .-eeral Albert
N. retail advertisementes from Kansas AILA.. March 1.-enal Albrt
City or out-of-town tradesmen will be DI. Shaw. commander-in-chief of the
accepted. Mr. Sheldon holding that this trand Armylf the Republic, wasgiven
wonid be an injustice to home mer. s reception by the confederate veterans
chTe twent.y-doilar suit.of-clothes-.for. of Atlansa that in cordiality and sin.
14 7.5 styleof advertisinugis aiseobarrei. ,eritv wil equal any greeting he may
8!....,s Poulicy A.seuuu..e-.. rceiv.j from the ason veterans le wall
The leaitng editorial was an out- i-oct on ums present tour of inspection.
.ne of the paper's poitcv during the T' hint Was proven that the old vete.
week and in prt is as fo lows: rans who wore toe gray harbor no en-
I..ast December the owners of the maiy agamins their foes.
Topesa Daily Capi al asked me to as- Te ,peeches of Genera Shaw. Colo
sume entire charge ot the paper for one nel Hle.phill aund C.l.i)el West were
wea and edit it as a distinctiTve.y on broad lInes. TIhe utmost good fel-
ti.Cristan danly. nowhip was shown.
.' Nrl ted r.e mnvtatlhn eu coudi- General Shaw pa.d glowinw tributes


Sinmon and I arter.
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-hlia\''el iurt, l a qIl litI ;'" :- ntall it Nv.v.m, w'iith lh1 itrilla-t igr,,d feel-
Ill: thlilt C'arte'r t'ilt,'rmcl iin i ntiierattu-
lhitioni~ to the new tiw r-,Ini s -uaitor. wh ,
lad made a dl,'i lld het.
AuRTunrn W. WIW'X?.

TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take lAsxative Bromo Luinlnae Tablet*. All
"ruglgts refund thb money If It falls to
sure. -'. W. Wrove' silgnaturei is cn sMet
box. ;5t.

(JGoe Into Gimn Trust.
ATLANTA. March 13.-The deed of the
formal transfer of all the property of
the Winship Machine company to the
Continental Gin company of Delaware
bhas just been filed in the office of the
clerk of the 'uaiton superior court. The
Continental iGm company is a recently
organized company, capitalized as 3,-
00u,000 and chartered under the lIwe of
the state of Delaware. It is composed
So five of tne largest cotton ginl ans.
factoring plants in the country, and the
plans for its organization were first pus
on foot last fall.


Iatl t : it l.r t Tia tll, '. a.xa mil.n rl nc .lude. s of Races,
lf ,. l,'l' '. islllfS- "i lI "'**"r 't 'FT ilik ,')Ill-
;*itaa. 1, h,- it. l.'a .la full t., ,l.t, n'lin.' NASlVILIE, March 13 --M. I. Me.
Sla:tl shlbt. h- ,..i,, anidl t ..II ator ,f Farlance, secretary of the Memphis
t:tki:.:I, thtrm iip. p.-|i..-'iill'. :,- tI .:' i.. a Jocke7 club, ban a e-opted the position
.'ry i:'inoril'l jiutirnmic'nt. lng which begins April 28 and contit
till May 35. Associated with Mr. M
Ih, nrl..g, It, sonares,. uarlanoo will most likely be Jacke s
1'-"- l' h *.al al''. a 'l i Ith, I :- ft t n mih of Cincinnati and W. B. Obe t.
a..r1 I- 1 r.-ti i;>t l at 1 tle.- pa',rat "f. ''" ham of Nashville. but n.ther of these
.,: la'a'-',- la,, 'l : t ;:i\.' p]..pila.- ani a i gentlemen have yet indicated accept-
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A. It. Die Flifent, a .dit,- r a of the
.1 riiii'lr I)oyles-town,. hi,,~. itffored
far a numbe r of y-ar ra irm irheuma-
ti-ii in hi-a right shoulder and -sde.
f -'ayvs: "'.My right :ormn at timnale
wa;- **ntir,,ly u-ce-l-.. I trit'd ('Ch'mn-
berlain's.- Pain I.liin, andi wa- W ur-
pri-ed to receive relief almo-it linm'-
Idiatt-ely. Their Pain itlmn hi:- b *en a
coiIstanit compalnon of tmineP ever
.-inre'and it ,,,vear flailk." For ,inal
bI H-Ia[ntmah Ilros.., i South Palaf,')
strpeot.
Serviceable Waxons.
lt'-t material, be t ironinirg, latest
inmprovenents., lowe. t price-. The~eA
terms apply to thea A I Wagons sold
l,v J. M. Hilliard &C(o.

Co'lling. tho- Alba IHaywod Co..
ithe cele-brated comedian uippor'ed
b y -',-veralt i utl iw al ;i rti-t, of r'renown.
-Dan't fail to ) et tic'ke'-. Price 75
cei-ts. IeBnieft of IH P 0. Elkt char-
ity fund. Clutter'-i Hall. Monday
evelnin g. Il;th in-st. mln.tf

IMPORTANT NOTICE.
To tr. i rntract)rs anisd a. U'ral Publlic A t
SI',nIIacoln,
i Notice is hereby given that on and
after thie first day <,f April. 14U. Bao
Sn"ino inechantic o l.a r -r will work
,on any lbuildirng with any noa-tinion
iii('i l whrp th-l rei i-* .111 a organization
,of -4aid craft nnder tho' juri-diction
af th, 4 'eratral Trad' .* (',ltin Jil
Instf J. It. Joi 4I'A.'.

IlandlsomeC picture, bric-
a-brac, etc., in endless ar-
SraIf t rock bottom prices at
Ia'trston Finch's.


Who is Rader ?


He's is the Furniture
Man.


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Your Credit is Good
1F',r artytli;.' ian irm ,it--. WV .ave
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EARLY AD)JOURINMENT DEMANDJED.


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grea', i.)la ;:Lratiga Ii laro-ramiahiil aflaIi'si-
Il.a.les .a I''* aliisiqlacrcmlis iiai taC ap1ilt.
a sviro..-.st tlim! Ii j tpnqwrig a'at INiusoc
tori Sq'aloi~la o ofIlaills A laitlhi rm' l.)la,'
taken ii;. at thimS .Saitif~. I 'nithe Iml
cveisity and hal li ty m' l'aio-d'uay t-uta.'r ititt(
the ltrii ja of what imaaasuras
sliaailel eIw actead upon. 4 of course- it is
%\t'. eItinilferslieAthal t lstthe P orto Rlican
bill mus looie aa .d1111alpoj41taly thet
Sp ooiner taill at-ea 'ring I ha Imoll4 y 4of I lia
cuuw.r'a t, latIi % a- lto thi- I'll i ippli a's.
Boa'siatla.4#ba. t here 4an. Ithe A las-k~ea 4.44t
11ill. l-a wtalalch l.ai C IN iaa11(p t~jaatoiai. iinal
Ita.h l i ajli h lt.1111 taia'ta '\\.ill aaia
I tak trin it m irto. a'.it w irI Ta 1.r laaili
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2 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 14, 1900.
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EMPLOYMENT OFFICE.
Ring up 3s2 or call at the office.
11 North Palafox ,trest, when in
need of a carpenter. H. I). Hoffman.
Buaiinep- Ae-int of thii C'rpent-r's
and Jie.r-'" ,("nii with the de-ired help ,,n short no-
rice. i, t f


THE SPORTING WORLD.
lz.'x !i..I-~'.n T' ut a .liz u~zire In




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t,%u re',.T: tta!- cute kin 1e* lt11.t!,,-L." d


GAS


RANGES


S e
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All Connected
Ready for Use
for...


ILI 0


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


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




BUiS Siet Ipa Tr i.


PNSICOLA GAS CO,


No. 3 8. Palafox Street.


James Huglies'


Boiler Uforks


Steamboat and Sawmill


.Work a Specialty.


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THE HEINE ACADEMY OF MUSIC,
MISS EVELE E? M. HEINE. Priocip.,-.
MISS IDA PIAGGIO. A,,itant.


Best Patent Flour.
Our 1,'s/ 1,.*< / ] ,7,''
Patent is 'he stsf i',r thft/
can be /,pr i'f,,,i (t/ / meill.
Fornf Ile' .''ot / -o ., (t
the bevt lr'/av',(-7'at Food; non
the market.
.A411 made 4b The E.
Standard .1ill Co. anti flfr
sale byi .'c' (Orleans (;ro-
cery Co.
'A.N. J'.IIH;I[.
Phowne 105. Proprietor.


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Choice Family


Every w:r.-an l'es to th:nk cf thq
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a.'-' r-?-:. -..- e b." -::] :. -: a
;:nol e. ..taant

Mother's rlend
which makes childbirth as simple ar.d
eas- as nature intended it. It :s a
strengthening, pene:ratmg l.n:rnent.
which the skin readily atsorrLs. It
g.vss the musc!eselast.ci'y and igcr.
prevents core breas:s. morir.g s:c:-
ness and the loss of the girish ft:gre.
An i.tellient ir t'. r in IB .'::, r P.
s.av-: \',-rc I ;,,::, c,: M ..'-- r. r- c i
ag..;., I w v.le ,h.lt..:n 9 ,. ,tt;* : I ;.. d
t,, ,.ty $5 per b1 ttic lr it."
(; : re. $1 per bottle.
THE BRADIIELD REGILATOR CO.,
Atlanta, Ga.
'Write for our free ilWstr at.' book, Before
Il.t, y is Born."


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Ov eretorLed.
"CanflflYou us;e a lHoer elaloct -tipr,r\
as!hed the young- author.
"No."' rujlied the editor: "we'vo .a
whiole kopj e of themn out on th~e veldt."
-I'blladclphia North AurncrLan.
Sub-cribt. to tihe WLFKI.N 12e NV`'' .


OPERA 11OUSE.

MUSIC! MIRTH!
aO-jc;IITr0S -,
BEGINNING IONDAY1 MAPEII 12.

Tuesday and Wedn .SdusY.




Wilbur-Kirwin
OPERA COMPANY.



S500 ~JP[R WREEPAID ICR TWSAS jTb

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FAD (IFOTUNE'S'


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REPRESENT iWENTY-TWeo OF THE
LEADING FIRE, LIFE, MARINE.
AtCIDENT. FIDELITY. PLATE
<1I.ASS AND STEAM BO'LER IN-
H -RANCE COMPANIES .......
} E'al A[eNIts oi tAe E iit2M;le


GLEANINGS.

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ganl~liz:&: 1:a, 1-,-n *r'1t~ -ylbt!.I) -
fcikol'rs not .*iliy in can-4. bit in i:,
andl~ even enter pri vate a partmnents in the
'Tl.' Sq4cia Itr~tamin which thle R B.
rmeniror t ri wle~ in Ids re-int ( A4~Tmlfl
trip en-flint 1 niiozthe'r thit~at tw.. )t
t"~ supply the three little I n-tows~- xwith
ptire. fresh zni 1. l'rosh fi-d44 for t hie',.
C4'ws was always ordurt-d ahevad by tele-
graph.
At C. Tbonipsmei's.
(ru ii 's 1.adlit-mC N eeto Plapr i'and
(.i nbr idgt.' Iin#-n ianmd Eiv ye Iopt -
Invitatiexi Paper and Envelopes.
Uni Iitii1a~let.
Froet-ted Velnit a ild VI.:ij v# 1. ipe-.;

,t general a-.4rtmv! 't of tat iono.-ry.


Do You Want

To Be Pretty?


fATTENTION, LADIES I

Are you sunburned,
reddened by heat. florid
-is your complexion
ln A30


We've got the
thing for you:


Cream De Beaute.
Highly recommended
for a skin beautifier. It
will remove freckles
and make the skin
clear and smooth.
PARKER DRUG CO.


For Sale Only by


q4FfQGS' /--q--- 4cy, A


21.7,S-t h I iitfipX St.


Indigestion!
WeC challenges the wor'bi
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oieasc. Gaa,'rant ec'1 to clure

0 ('I/ .- .c'..sa (/111,/ f4)/ t 1i) l
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For *Sale /)y ,(W1'"'.&s~

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GROCERIES GENERAL IN


The Well-Known,
Up-to-Date Store


HENTZ & CO.,


13 O'.'e3


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M. F. GONZALEZ & CO., Prop s,
N1 an u actI u r--'-
CHOICE M CALi AN D l'LItI. (jtbNID

-AliIt-k Ee""dfr-au 14.' Helwn'.Msiufao'::r.r--a
f,...r t... ".4.v,.),r. -m r --


for Iffants and Children.
The IKind Vl-YuIf AIe l d11011-01r~t !: hIrvt i'
Itire of (mw-%. IL. Fletche(r, aTnd 11.1 i 1) 1311 0' uIt- uI,'
p~ers~onal --iipervi-ilst, for over 4: ,*':Iyr-i. -' I4er.it..
to detcciveV4 oll .;It 111b..(Comiterteiti. h :iitaf iois
6',11t't-as-r.oodl" are' but I.xperiImcnt*. .IEI*IInI..e!
health of Childreii-l~peris-y-e against L~.NIeritu.'t.
The Kind You Have Always Boii9
Bears thhe Signature of




In Use For Over 30 Years.
TME CENT*UU COVAPAPNY. T? inURRAW SNRCE. *SW YOn C'VY



Chas. H1. Tttrnen,


a-ARCHITECT*:


---AN ID---


General Contracto


A Complete Plumbing Department under *!
Management of E. B. Morey.

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No. 19 S. Palafox St.


: Telephone No. o,,


right Citizns National Bank


OF PENSACOLA.


J IN F-. P'FF: 'i F :E :
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Bii.siness


Tranx#ll ti c' '


c~>.'.~ ~ Ilanlledon Favorablf crr.

~ mi;tlyAttended ',L 4.Q


SOLICITED.


Thet


Laundry


I PHIKFR LWUlDR OF Wi FLORD!


Car11e Awlr Alit-Wion~l


U.'F~O H4.27 E. GARDE.
.9~.)Qj., XJED O.P.AN;D DELIVERED R.4.
vV.'r R INGRAHA X, Vpism'y

ES~TABLIShHED I1863.


McKENZIE OERTING &


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Ship Chandlery and General Hardwuar-
608 ANDI 005 S. PALA-'OX STIEIT.

REVERE COPPER COMPANY. JOHN A. ROEBLINO':, .o.-
GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUSHEL& SON'S PUMT-
Cumi, hrdpil. ailtsai. ils. lutical listriuitis, tirts, lcirts,. hi
COMP49SER.. LOGS., TC.
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PENSACOLA. ,,LA. Grist and Corn Meal Mills,


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THE UNITED STATES


OFFERS TO MEDIATE


Tenders Services at Request

of Kruger and Steyn.


SALISBURY HAS DECLINED

i '-pre l-ntat ivt of <(.Fretol' (;Governmn .ut
ISays Nritliher Fran- Nor Iu> teta <.Cas
Ar' Mu.t i:ai e Fruanu ti tiniluy or
t ha. I n' I sel t.tt ia.
.L ,ii ,., Mlarc' 1.3 Tho nuit. d
>tates government. at tCl1 request of
i'retden: Kruger and President Steyn,
a._ ,I.reod to the i'i.-tish government
iti e.rv'.:Cs as medliar r. with a v'ew of
Lr.:.n.ig at '. ,t peace in South Africa..
Sn.- 'n.ed -tat-s charge d'affaires.
iltrv \Vti::r-. siw Lord Sa'isbury at
th.> ;. r.-:gu fi_'c tnl evening nud re-
Ar : ,r::La; reL.,y from the British
, v.roiii "I lec.iiming the good office'
a.: ;">i.. i :'ates in regard to peace.
It :-, ,u isrt .o ,d that the rea.onu of th.-
prr-:"! *-* a:- I :re tical with thoae already
S : r 't .\ l 'at -i Pre't'
it-e t.t-rview turv., e'i Mr Wnhie
at' ; nrl ~..:- ''ury wA~a vcrt O:et, toe
. .-.:.;'r i t'llingl K 111i.ufil to a cu'rt-
- u. v.-rtAl Ih. -.luatijLi. ltuour euter-
il;d 'a, t i.';4l.5.
A. ., .. : -r.t.ii Pdr:s iv a relro
s-,lt.t-.v,' ,i tie Asiu,,".':aed l'resd has
*'U e.e i .r.,:: :t respungib.e inouth'ilece
f ine ren:j'i .iovarm v ta!a tut :u>l.owiing
-.1 i. 11 a:, t.'r ,f ii Te ntiln U in toe Atigio-
.r ., ra l war, wuich. it is iawd, tais
,.--n Itsd by President Kruger.
I ;* tf ..t ,u que.'i :a sAid:
\V. be.:eva it is true toe 'TransvaAl
ni is be;It a r-'Ilet-' to tne powers for
tue r intervention, though up to this
m, rning l're-ildnt Kruger's message
has not rescued us. As tar as France is
.onr*erned. she certainly will not take
the mitiative in otlaring England medi-
ation. nor wili Rouaia. for the dual al-
liuaui-e is uatraily working together in
this question. We feel that in the
present excited state of public feeling in
England. and especially as regards our-
selves, any step taken by the Franoh
government would defeat Ut own objeot
and instead of opeuing a way to bhoor-
able peace. won.d act as oil on flames
and probably only create frosh compli-
cations.
**We consider that overtures for medi-
atoo most emanate from some power
woose corliat relations with Eng and
prevent such a suggestion being con-
strued as an unfriendly act. The em-
peror of Germany. for instance. might
take the initiative, or President MoKin-
lIsy witunut fear of creating thebo fric-
tion wniau stands i the way of any
such ac:io u on our part. and after this is
done full reianrn cnh be placed on tme
un.;ua,;tied u.npport of France ani Haus-
l.a. wnnse only de r,' is ta set, thz en!t
of l,.o.,'ditei and who are eager :o len I
tL-- r uoi uftices in ringingg abont [tii
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I .1.p'aa1'ao' illa Iiio alIT -(.raiateai.
1.'a- 'Ma. rch 1I In ithe house o'
-r ii T Li'y t tit pr,- .i; -'r. I. ai- at
Iburr. r.'a i tha Prit.su gov-.-muerit's
ro vto: !i':t-,'u len: Krugeor and Iteui.
-ent or S 'I~necoCn(.u ling sentenc~a
uia,....'wa: 'lHr majasrzy's goveru-
!t't-ini ID v an -wer v,)ur ha,'lon''a tea-
a~l r~ *.3'ute itI- n'I iataaJ'are.1 ta
a'-at'that itt i.' ;s iencre o' rittm-r t le
tii-a Afrour:.auni u-w i' ft 113 O-1 i
1re'! 7 .t


DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION.
i nitak.lyv I ht l) at W'i llei (C'htatinged
roaen .lt. J 4
a --,'a t :i, M ar.-h I.. -After a e-
.,3 ,a- .ti.g il. i:.';0 this ring the
.ub,.onitiillitte of te I )DeiuJcratic na-
:.onal committeee met again today at 10
o'c l.-k and resomed the discussion of
plans for th national convention in
July. It was decided that when the
"ominirtee adjourns its meeting here it
would tie to some tiue in May.
l)(scusing the subject witn the local
rai'roid committee. the subcommittee
decided that it could not change the
date for holding the convention from
July 4 witholi me consent of the entire
Committee and the onInion was ex-
preteied that no change of tiat date
will be made.
Ex Governor Stone, a meiuber of the
committee, when asked by a reporter
regarding the possibility of Benjamin
Harrison cnteosing wita President Mo-
KIinev for the R-pnb.icsn nomination.

**That's ail stuff and nonsense. Mc-
Kinley wtil be renominated by accama-
ton. Nno other candidate wiii even be
mentioned. Then we'll beat h:m.

AT TWO MILLIONS PROFIT.


. .eit i il Srlls to Irust I-or a 1Hig
('onsiderat Ion.
ia;u.tIO'i, March 13- -Tho Aetna
Standard mniil. which was parchaced
the latter part of last year by the Na-
tuonau a tel q lcompanyV (Moore Eros.,
has transferred it holdings for *,O,. O
.,1i to the American Steel company.
'h'A i a tn iucrcase of price over tile
-,rina' %um paid of c.ver$.-.0A4.00H
It a genterally understood that John
Ag.'I on. pres:,letnt of thte Aetna
'Starndard. wi. act in the same 'ti.cial
capa.'i:y for tae new tiuLt.


I -I' Iaa~alVoIpo'troyert t'v Va

jat S.:::t~-Ir rufml~repvai:e. "enn.
cia qI't'C'usatire started fr. ui the
c.-kocvns at th't Iplace and totIa. .v lev
?a.in:i'undry. mmchtne sh pe ami
c~ar'ia~~i ti 5flp)5conneDcted witt trie
'ron fu-na.e P;3. n. e ij-lo isabout:
U ".". ~K.An-i the awuit~nt of insurance is
veT( kn-IOwn. iju:f tisone 'f 111A
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THE TROTTING RECORD.

T1 '..- ioii ow.uni 4 llforuiia mare
Na'*t'Lit Ii *..-a ga.."! one". inal an
orl'. -foi:'aa \0 afaroAa. ii a ti fused


fri'.t L'. liiSt. 'N ii, a'nt. 2 l~-. I Sli. Ik
'::i ?.laa a''~ a-Li! ja a~g.'it o ca rt



I~i-t ttoil iiian i w,


T gt t a r\ un-iatra-'-iau-

: 1-.;i -.1 2 -rtmt '.1111 'w 111i\ ateI lls
n!rt n, in 1a iarattaa wlIwit at it -

Ti, :tr~i*,ta. 'aa" 14 il taat2 o,- e r. 0 i

a t ;I oi'',i t 0.1i' hi lt Iv ),;at 4,'.f2hl114
1 .tI 1: r.i ri t a \\ nit2 i l' %%#-'rli

(1-.: '. 4 ~ ta t~211 l .'~.thr a t 11.%illap

1' ut :i. 2 i Iat fr1 L at .' ill








1 I I I -Y I~r




I1'.
IL *.1 -o 1]* r-u S ''v i:S


Another D.-We-y Welcam".
MEMPHIS. March 13 -- Preparations
for the welcome of Admiral and Mrs.
Dewey are now well under way. There
was an enthusiastic meeting ift Ihe cot-
ton committee room last night. Forty
members of the committee wbre on
hand and without any loe of ttiuoe they
entered at once Into the sp:rit of the us-
dertaking.

DAILY MARKET REPORTS.
COrTT)N.
.\gw 'Y'oxL Mlarcih 13 uPK'4t C1.l
J iia n oe.rna. ry. ... t
.UaIl, (.. .. ;9" 2 t* 4.I
Apr .... i 4,1
.tLay .. ... ... .. .... '.. 41 .
Juue..... .. ; ... 32
Jo y .
A' u .... 17
S r ii c r ....... ....
+ .. -r .f ..... .
, .u h .. .... 1 .. i u
.--;.<) i 'tl i .'^ *11 '. t i iil' ti ii u t.
'a tU i- ;l 1 .a '. i : *" h. H f 'ta .
ORA '.a.
t H;, A\..&>. r 'i l'. tLo9B



o:'. --M t 7.. ',


Al a--.'lH 1 -
-A l- ,. .
tVO i. ', .. ': '
K -M.i ... i

tn a y .at receip'4'.it

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l.1. .i v- Ki K .I.-)o. N, '
itiB-dowilasy .': wat'rwhite11.i



at .ales 5>'5: ports tU'2i
bAVaLMNU.IA. Mardih I .-Spirt" r'irpa t
ine no at hi. receipt. 4 receipts 14. Ruin



portia l a RIosii; re mei ato L 4V1 rae f u t
ipe tine et loWv iri. ueceipt .\. I#. T
t), eiy at $1.20: re ceipts. (. $1 .
1'.7;>. I, $ K 82.7.< .%1. M1.8 .5,. N, ,
wtiudoWKlass 88.20: waterwhite s.l.,. 1-
cr.t, 1i.. tales 5.105: exports. *'i
WIL.MINL.US. M1 pentine nothiiDK doing- retelpt 1. 1 ,J n
pentine quiet at ir2a ^25. receipts .,. T'ai
steady at $1.2o: receipts Xul.


Lydia


Pinkham's


Vegetable Oompound
cures the ills peculiar to
women. It tones up their
general health, eases
down overwrought
nerves, cures those
awful backaches and reg-
ulates menstruation.


THAT DRAINAUL CANAL.



St l.'::~wpiiztip t atta Iu;.t thaa iru.
pa',';II*a.-tip iinaka' 'ater ,!qw up toll.-

I hi4:iag. bas wii t 3,(t r~~I St. 1Iiaui%4
t') thl. aoI'Tt..(Itf a-tYL*rinw T(-i' ~ijiply filters
at it rq.a'.tull 'i-qtit.---WmithAimixt-n Star.
A ntI v, \\ it r ,rthe aiptmiiag f thje No;
fi h (]i t, t.t;i. pi'bieawa j river hati g it t.)
ha. (la .l' 1--t a-r. It %% ill1 tie wiwt awl
1 lii.. i I..- Nw Y*-rii NW. n.

I i. i hn wav 01 t t by I thl. uiui#*
*!st* hut:', i.i hair.] 0,i.may

sI. is. I*. il it' ;,,i: t iijif r,,!uria.



Briar.the ~The Kind You HaveAkways BcL'gM'



Wt. ill I itmidp-r xair ljrv-]ilei =fair
c' 11- 0ali'h alt i akt.t'' t I'l 1


CfJALL AND INSPECT
11L-Iarg.' and ('oniplehto
1inl i) f frE.\ i i l ta



Five Thousand Rolls

I P:'r =,,# a i. 1'r:1 a'PC1,t11 1It- ..Y.
I': '*= r o '-v :'~ I a i'r t ll J E,



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


N vvrm it yttip captawn, ovv.-
~~"r nor c.otsitigntes of tit" Ni i
will ho' r.e'p'tio-
.uu u d i,1aelk o ti ppetL a a.t.)%


i tile l r *T so e m% o n ae. & u 13
l-' er-%% of said vv-a'l.
llliir il lt-lJ I A .D. I> ( N lI i lit.r.
CASTORIA .'.r.'()
; I~tr-, I ," : iw[( IIy ...<. (01,'m4t
For Infants and Children iNEITnHER the captain, own-

The Kind You Have Always Bought '.r- ,',li t ,,, for ,, .,,te ,
U "atal .- | for d tl.t t'Orat'ontrat.'tfJ )
Bears tne ly t1'rw of 'acid V'.use'l.
Signature otf i t7'a i.k rn'i-;t
i 47ltitllaii'. lailllt i


I' i/ou (rerreeuitd/ to ro to
house-keepin !. let Ala rston
'- Finish iffur//ih' four hottse
t'r i//ot. They iill sa're you
onei/. }'outr credit i4s: ood
Irit/ them.

Furniture on Credit
.M ,a-t th .nutifil liu: ...f -idt,' huirdls
''v. r how i in tlh, city. \V, rdtrobh .
witli Ili-- di.r- ,if .vtry l -crip-
to, a fr.in tl)t ,'ha:ip< t ta tlihe f, ine-t.
l ,,ll-t..;> -. 'cr,t.try <, .i- ,le-!antly
fiti-h,'l. d l a inet lil.P af cliitra t'lA "-t-.
a';,l v.-,.r t tit iI t'I (c ):it:iill'e i ti fir-t-
I:! -- fIrI it li r. -ator o at 0. N1. I' ryv r.-
i t I.Iti nI Fui iiin i >t o1,,ii-e .

THll: OiY'4TI-I Sl-ASON.
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S a.

S' i .
a ,+ it 1 It ,II ,t r ', 1


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-"' ti \ ..t- -i." i. 'l v .N ,'K


;il "i.'-uur aif ti,-,. : iVa r t !,' Wa .k

t;.3y ir,, r ,f t!t day ,r h; :,:.

Who is Rader?

He's the Man that sells
Furniture so Cheap for


f Promilnent Alhabamlaii n iead.
NASHV:LLE, March 12 -A special to
The Banner from M-ntg omery. Ala.,
says: Colonel John 1i. loiquemore, a
prominent meriber of the bir, dic i to.
day frum to effects ('f a ri:rcse of pa-
raiysis. lie wa. a caujidate for United
States sector and very popu.ar. lie
had not been able to i:'a~g a canvass of
the state
lecltoil l .r rmnil t Railroad.
WASHINGTON. March 12.-The United
States supreme court today decided the
contention between tho city of Chicago
and the lilinc'i Central Railroad com-
pany over certain lands ou the front of
Lake Micnigan. The decision of the
Illinois state supreme court. which was
against the railroad company, wam
affirmed.

Cotton Labor Organlzling.
Co!.t'BI, S. C.. March 12.-"It will
not be many weeks before every skilled
laborer in the cotton nulls of this state
and the whote south will be a member
ot tho Textile Workerq' union." This


Of nedicinle that goa-4 ill i
pre~('ti pt iot il Il.d in t hi, store 1Q
pertectly pure.. Pure' drtigi4 mean it
,Apet-dy re(cilvery. Poo mi dfgs me'an
it ra4:qa'e. oU Want the best. LotI
it-. fill your larit-crliptl iom. taid sunhily
other irodcitmtru. W. T. ;roe.n & Cio..

Palaiftox -tr-t-t. l1,11t ,1F.i

PROFE& I) N A L ARDS.

Dr. ffareellu5 fflQreary,








DR~. Wmi. C. DEWBERRY.

OFFiQE-Hannah Bros.' Drug Stcre
RESIDENOIE-400 E. Jackion Stree


Wm., H. Marean, M. D.,


Acme Beer.

TlHE BEST BEER SOI.) IN
PENSAt'O)IA.

Dannheisser Bros.,

AGENTS.

Also Sol1 ty M. Perr, andi VM, Yates.


The Jug Trade

Is Our Specialty._--*

P'ronlplt )Aliv. ry : 1:;kl S t:i-fA.a tio.



Dannheisser Bros,
4,1 S~l .ut, l':i!.if.,x S r..


I'. (). aB .x 2" .


R alilrold E x '!; r ( ,,. IP't;<>ii *(,.



LODGE DIRECTORY

KNIGHTS OF Ir'YMLAS.
Pensat ola L Idge. No. 3. K of.,fP.
maeta rv.ryv Monday even-
I g at 7... at I'tile il.
In lluthi on hall. Wovt
t#1 IIt1iiiS *trttat.
'iatng li rolbrl i cordially
wlcoentd.
*^ II. Ho S. i. t1 C..
K. .&I .

W. o0. W.
Live Oak Camp No. I Wio4ilman of thb
World.
Mv t-4 tilrqt and third 'riday night .3
otch montlih. Visiting stiVr*mno r erlt-
ally itvi S. It. TIf A A IVE Clerk. C'. C.

CHAS. COTTRELL,

Artistic Photographer,
l:c i)M .;, I ll- :I HI B II.iN ..
204 S(l'TH il'Al,. tOl VTitREKT.
S.VItltiwtitlon ( iuaraiit ,Inte-il 1:& v'ry Par-
it ill r.







W0IlLISALI E110 iS,

Palafox Street.

Pensacola, Florida.


H,2mnathiwPe' ysian and Sultor BARGAINS
Lat.' Of (hAIAla ARG IN


Zf- n lo P-- 1 u 1 r *lsk oi c
Za!at t v ii t l'*itton iv t t, 'i. t ,

S"A ti I i rl i t l i !i l lirit :.
T'l, rtv ..,ir- k'riti ; I. ',it t l ; li.
li .t i 1 :. .,a. Ia. n 1 ) 1'- 11 .- 1'. 4;1) n i.
Kfto l, : ,iCf- ltioll t': ea~daac. Phona. No. 20).
Rrent.fl'ounf IRutildinar--t>hm a

Dr. Wilmer S. Hall,

DENTAL SURGEON,

Misoic Temple. Phoni 364.



Waited to buy all kids of sestal
laid Fireitir, Ierchaidlis, I c.
Aiddron Box i 142.


McMillan Bros. Co.


Coppersmiths,


General Metal Workers.

Mlanfactumrrs of an Huidquarters for tbe


Celebrated McMillan Seamless Turpentine Still.

Ciat Otits alin as u d, da rnd epairlt doe i bth coaf,.

MOBILE, ALA.




TIME TABLE.

LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.
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FQeaI


Estate.


$1000 i l, i. >v Itr- .,f ,'ir(ot nor'b
PW O uf tbctiii lt l I w.-'t f ai>uiiutB(f.
%%oocr III II I ,v $2000 1.... -
000 will li by f,,tr 4 s. ,,iD. blovkS
$3000 "al d a wofl siv n Ioin boU
This a property i1 in N.w (lty
4 0 wwil bll buyv 7: a'la b.l tuen ltig
$4000B |ayou a.n .ltl ttll' Hi'oi To le
proper rty lii a 4wat*r frorit 1o1 tihe bay. also
on Big Bayou and tLittllI Bayou.
if$5000 "'f '1uv on ..f ti" ,>.,t reil-
Ow vdn. '">on W*.- i Hll. llitat-re
on -treet -ririr it-. ha- .# ri nIis aridld all au -
*arl coDveiiliica",.
$600lrf will buy lirt itlli i]'.t ft front O0
$6000V Palafox str-t(. -',o tti i.f 'tre1-
ory ThiI can be' iirn 'iliat'ly titi lilf l or
bulline' si purpoiu .
S lyi\ ir l ll *uy l >ot t rti '-N ft front o.
v canlz arid l f It front wni Wrint. Thi>
prolpirtv hali niC, rc o tag.- i it,. ri nt l re is
plentiy of roaol tai E build i ldaz-in iioi -q muore.
$ 8000\ will tbuy a hlitimi'lirz- rotid-neo
OW 1on i'Fl-t lr,.d, fox and Tarragonua itre i-a.
se oo .d i mol -oU a'l far lk1.uildlimq.
Elegant prop -rty fir tr irk f.irmniarit and
,litry pa a'" e"i Tlnii. lt,' il ;ji. t outside
th city limitl.
$10,000 Li;I b':v I I.. t .1, t t,...i *
< V (jfp r; ,,f 11,. 'Iwt 1 w 1' feetl
front.



J. E. Stillman & Co.,

East Side of Plaza.


H. A. WATER-S,


Butcher and Green Grocer.

PHONE 172
Fi -l- 'l'a.:!i'--,'. ,i; N a mtti M ,. ( ('k 1-,:i- ci ii ( ',i, i.'r


Shop, Rear of Johns)n & Son's Store,
INTENDEN(CI.A S1 TREEI-KT.


JOHN McDAVID,


BEIrwz;N PENSACOLA AND JACKSONVILLE. RAL ESTAE AN BgOKERACE.


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CITY PIV)PERTY FARMING
AND TIMBER LANIP.S
FOR A I.E.

Loans Plseed at Reasonable Fates.


It does this because i s'atemnent id made by a member of tbo
Re a tuuio,)n taud there id aireadv evidence of
acts directly on the fer i t.e u i" T-i -I' at i owners have. ,,
male organism and makes far a iskuvw., agreed on no couc.rrt.i
.slc :i ,l> a u t l!t organization. buno
It healthy, relieving anI are opposed to permitting unions to be
curing all inflammation organizA dby their employes. while oth.
Ser p ,'n-iler that as ihe Iuills come to
I3 1JfSpiaomonCGfs. the c.to:, so will the labor sentiment

Nothing else is fust as oome0 to t"e tri s.
goodtand many things that I wiil rept y.ur wt;: i i
ijw,-Irv in flr-t-,'a -tvi,. J. I.
may be suggested are s. ;,..
dangerous. This great
medicine has a constant
record of cures Thou-
sands of women testify to ,
It Read theIr letters con- .

g y per g papers this "


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4 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 14, 1900.


THE DAILY Niswis:
catered at in. Postof~fice~ at Pt isacoift.
IPW...so econd-cla isti mt Lr.
OFFICE: Piltt Building. lS outLIukFla-


THE NEWS PUBLISHING 00.
Terms -Invariably in Advance.
Ome Year by Mails.a
tqxZ 36*tho ",*M
Tbreaooitotbq
*one 14on tb
Ome Week. by Carri-r. paynhIe Monday P


1HZ WICI.KIY ]NJ
Patilishftl every F.r~day at $1. 4
Postage frev.
TELEPHONE NO. 118.

ddvovtising Rates Fume, bed osi AP





MUM& OLA ARCH. 14.


hIeprefiientat've contierrativo d
bavee.ndorsed tha' following ticko
it-gas f rogn the city precincts to
0tratle County Conrefltlof to L,
rewtelto. April 14 and au~k thal
givon a hearty support by t le vye
Precinct 1:.-4'. If. qajingi-. Ilai
imu. Win. Hazz- 1, .1. 11. NMxwtell,
Wrigbton.
PrOPc101t114-t A. Btlount. Tb'i.-
.Jobs tChris~ti'..,.1. i~eo. NVt ite a
in nesu.
Prec r.Ct 144, 'ai "V. "I .1o('. 1.
J.8.. M~ctw~ibahy. .JaibtinPfa-if-ra
Precinct V.1-i- E i. 'rtnriam..14
1'unbaaa.
Evgmreitizen of Poti.ac'l,
!eael an interest iii tho- peruia
V.%ulitioti of thp charitable-
tion to bh ettfect'd at ,it ad
mnettiug at Clu~ter- hall oil
day evein-lg. tel#-I-tlt) 1!-t.

matter t.o tha- .caoilnimmity az
lized lab-1r. In it- sw via I!-10h
Clip n cd -if j!i, -bodlcly ajipar
i to l[Pto aa;'i.-d t hat t he ifl- t
bf- lArfza ;:* tttetadd(.
Chanxe.. in Poicy.


I' I V ft Ararf j. *nb(lay a
IMia niolla t' j( nl
intanmatad 1' !,:i* a 1.-l't tnim.q
aibly go o tal lv% 11thao ia- ta41t,*..a-
fleeb.. Thtf4 't rika. -8 fu!
%4t arri' :ii1. all, t tCaxwi~aaiaithait t
Can aiwa% rancH01 ith It aat ..Ilag
UND~t tTl'atUr a.a a ia a
tiOrral ISv..1 taiil!a :
(a! offiers'. liid-'raurralto
I it ly iin thts'hard-i f t'. tt :i.- t i '
make s'uah a!i cinutza. = .r.- ,p4
al y41 0 lC *I 0iab N 4 ati t I a i -r.,, a nd
I 'itotia a i : ;Lit tw a' X
oabarra.'.afg itt t .-4 ha'wn t!,i:
gener51ala" ii t) i 'tnt : a:t aftitictill
1 C'T- t)L it-In t aI* *;'.--t -!,a'
t'ofltituti(iii.--St it Ia kv Ta'L-straii'r
THE Nl. -illcerely regrt
it ha~t producted the ijwprte?,i4
J1. j fL fi *..:i 1 I"Ifr t
The nrwdjaIa lr t h--t ht-!i~j
ftigpi.-.:dt"-iraI&lr cl.a,~tr-.1(,v
i:1arert7iii1'4ital la'1cy 0-I11


? It, iotdt~t. lv ttititho
tital. a'14 a-I!,v twit,
4-frxctaari A* TI I ~i- maF: 11'.aa 1.%
.P-. it Vshoul1d. t!" :,' 'a, tta-t _-aaa
prentast.git till'. I) I. I a t li-

F-loridl qia w.lit.1 11-t j*

c.'r rtAks- 1titala .4 a i-nion
tor All 4,115 .0- a' I~ .ht 1:1 1 'A
1-7 n- k:'--- -: .i,; 1,i iI i, ra,:idy



a tioterIa. 2!%%- :!i- -a \. I'

der ou j i,...ail' \it. T 1 an


I Iht lov i A I; A. Z a L itl

qt- O2 in '*W- W -' a aaIa
*.!ue" evil- t"I't t al aI- !I!m.w

JeO 0!aa *al a -:a (,ildlt~aI

#-ruor tI) tc t-11I f I t -it ll aU!lI '
vitiable-h-!ull succeed rn-
I-awe offce ulort- thtim .',ca
,.ult would prove' f ir more
?.Ally 1sa1t~fai'tktaty 01.111 !4theI
restriction :*-4 to tie t-inctui
Ithe gubernatorial office.
.N~otittin-tanding the thetv
the people are all-powerful.t
ivriuct.of recrut '-ear,. %
r-trates the f~it: thAt the peo
iuot dominat.- the -tate con~ve
t the contrary. I.hey are to


a- per-i'yea.,


trade and swap and dicker with the
votes of the delegates to the utter
destruction and perversion of the
people's rights, and to the individu il
advantage of themselves and their
favorites.
The people are supreme. in fact as.
in tho-ry, and all they net-d to d,-.
as delegates, i- to ignore the -elt-h
and too-powerful influeLce of the
party leaders, and de-tcrmine-once
for all-to act for themselves and for
their constituent- as well as for
the best interests of izood govern-
ment ia: the state.


Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup si a speedy an-
efllan'ilou clia e- or croup. whoopinc..-oIiugh
a rid aronchtis. No child shouldhi h- '--ft to
uff- rt> the-tortureq of the.- ail-aLiiett-., wthai
pophca'ton. I parents. can get this wonderful retm-nldy for
Only ".25tC..

BURIGILAR CAPrUtRE).
He Had Robbed Win. Johwnon & Son
of Pistols and Knives.
.1900. Emanuel Richardson was arrested
in Mobile yesterday, having in his
possession 11 revolvers. 46 knives, 2
diamond glass cutters, one compass,.
d.nmocrata
Let for del- one stop watch and $34 in money.
the Da-m- part of a lot of goods stolen from the
'te ht a bt store of Win. Johnson & Son on the
terms: night of March S. report of which
ivid 1Ihee- was suppressed at the time in order
and .- F. that the officers might be aided irn
Hannat'. capturing the burglar.
and W. 'I. Deputy Sheriff Frank Sanders left
, ai on last night for Mobile to bring back
and J. :. the burglar. lie was accoipanit d
by M1r. Hen I). mHeer. manager of the
,.n e 't. hItrdware department of Wii. Johni
lI V % A. on Son, who went to identify itl."
goods and bring the-i back.
a sliouil.i (
iilnt or- '"Catch the opportunity.'" By tak-
iniz Hood' s arsaparilla iaw vyou
a--oCi may ,uild up your health anuld ir.-
ijourniid- vilnt serious illness.
i Thui -
Orgia. D)EMO)KICATIC DIELEGATFS
rrtialit a To thle County ('onention at Poi'ela -
-* or t;.- ton. April 14.
(re. and .At a largely attended meeting off
rent. 1 repres itat.ive const-ervative deot-ij-
in1 will .L'rats and promn ineni t hu-inl < i .-- i ,
1,-ld la--t ni.lit, delg.it.- f'roin tthe
vi y precinct- tot thel( c'uat ty ci- livei-
tion, to be heli at lPoweltoi. Apr 1
t ti r 14, were uiialnitiouly -ndorsed. a-
tilat rn Procinct No. 12-4' H. (inlitle-.
t!,- or Davidal ,S eh alin. W illiam BanI/.ll. J.
xta ndi I1 ). M.txwell. 1'. F. W riz.itotn.
,eLei.; P'r,-'ciuct 1.;-W A. Bioinit. Til,)n-
;t lsr, st- :I H ainahi. Jobii ('nristiv. J. (a ,,i e
\\!,itt. \\ I )itiz cari.
t .'*"d y ,'P inct 14-( ;-.. irtown. J -. I.
th.- putbl J' t h .lii. J. a. M fte aJ .\' Jo,!,lt
n h.,-al:."d Pfe-ilor. J. F Ilta r-.
v,,-t |Precinct 1.,-F. H. Pn' ci;. J,,!'n
a,.+a'tl,' i \VW t. \Villriwin Sennett. J. F. A* r-
' .' n- tcrtiT)mie, \W A. Diiunhahii.
"I :i.V tca i
waRit ii ,o;, tatn;z aite'r eatinig. indi.--tion.
a t'n-:' l ittail-ic'' ior v iatt r bra-.h. min y tlit
i .- lui.v klvy 'rrevct.tl t!irii :m h th li-' ofif
|' It'KI.I A.-il bill l R.'-. It -tre~iu;;!i-
ry liar- **II- tdi.'-tioi. t'I :itl-a r ila l r.rul.,.!t-
!,, thl-b low.l-. So)ld i)y } ;ia n;:tii "'..
ets that (')MMANDAM. ion t :i it
%'Woark an tiw Ne "% W\ihail and 1W.ire-
ia llg.-. "
ha h S adia ly P'r0igra' '.ii
i it,-. t'.
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Id t tht (cut ;it tl i 1 ii..I-:- 'a, .I
lin it.i- l;i i r .
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lit tlt t w I I'ii :1 I'. t v't 'V \W- I -
it-" adi- 1: .' was a; iUmi-'. -, t;: 'i;,t tt 1',k
lin tioit a fati Iiiirn- lf.
"i it"t: WarI'- a tt-ht t bul', I u t ill I' a
l- .l+ll ln .. ,t l l a n-ll.it f. wxv ;t! t tv. ,:
; tf'!,e tl',c oI 0-.i h -riit. a1-f ;
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ilitl -tll. it i- t. { .l I e| t i il li- .'i..
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1t' [iatln.- Dr. Eull's Crugh Syrup prevents pneu-
a i r a a bt .' :T. a. ', :. t -

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It in tit t aia ali-It Iav .1ll f i>i.'lt- af tuni on ti tt l.i) i.
Nia' of otitr tiiit-beis i av>- b.-ei
rt o\- w!irlti.d with delgiz.t yet. antid
litlver- aitr. ,ii: lik+ ly to be. Fo'r varitu-.
present ra-:-otli-s wte cA.it.ot and do 'tr rI-2,o:-
ibent a nI Mr. Alt rei a- a contractor. I:ili t
or ot herw'i-e.
By or,.er of Carpenter-s' atnd J< in-
1ry tihlt ers lniotis Nos. 74 and 117. llit4:f


the ex-
dvtlllli-
pile do,

a prone


Headaohe
Biliousness. sour 'srtoa 1h. cnIctipak-
tion anid all h'aer ills are cured Ily
AR WM-


COUNTY COMMISSION LERt.
Proceedinge of Last Night's *Regular
Meeting.
A regular ineeting, of the county
commissioners was held la-t night
with all the members pres._nt and
Chairman Caody presiding.
The minutes of the February meet-
ing were read and appr,'-vedl.
Mayor Hilliard addressed t::e board
relative care of pauper sick : told
of the proposition of 'he Pei.-
sacola [Inir'mary; stated that
the Infirmary had ml:iade a late
offer of three beds for .7,'x a year
and suggested that from po1iint of
economy and to prevent misunder-
stanaing in the care of s-ick such as
had previously arisen, that the
county and city act jointly and take
the three beds, the expense to be
borne equally by city and county.
County Physician McMillan and
City Physician Simpson spoke in
favor of the plan. The proposition
from the Infirmary to the-eaunty
was read, it being similar to ttie one
made the city. Then on motion of
Comwilssiouer Johnson it was or-
dered that the city make a contract
for the three beds and that the
county pay half of the expense.
The law having been complied
with, permit to sell liquors in pre-
cinct 14 was granted to Hall & Hall.
The bonds of J. H. Grinilar as
justice of the peace and John D.
Codyand A. A. Brown as notaries
public were approved.
The report of the fiance coninit-
tee wag read and bills .approved by
thein were ordered paid.
The tax collector's report of poll
taxes collected was received and
filed.
It being shown that t!h- nmi e of
R. E. T')al had beei-t (rrotieou-l.l
erased from the regi-tration list, it
was ordered that it e+- restored by
the supervisor of regi-tration.
Bills of A. Hierra for 't7, J.al. Hof-
fron $50 and $:3l( for tiuse of launci!h-
Oxpenl-e of harbor police for F-bti n-
ary, approved by the board of pilot
conii.is-iinhers, were pr''.siited.
Pilot Commissioner E. IH. Putitailn,
who was prese:it, was asked to sttale
ho)w tlh service was proigra--inig. H#.
stated that the men had bh-a'tu very
vigilant and active; that thyv had
-topped the dumpilig .of a-ihes in the
bay and sifting iof ballast through I
the wharves and that the -l-ip i.Alll-
ters were obeying the orders..
The bills were ordert-d iai(d.
Application of L. S. Broawvier of
HllutI Spritnis for a p3)iii.tinienit as
k'.- pie: of the poor farm wia-,. iiial.
Petiti.oter-- for a charts t,..i t* -yv
on Perdido river at Nunitz f.rry'
were informed that tht- miitter
-,ailld he' taken tip at hle next liieot-
ing if they nlleallwhile coilplied
with the requirements oi f tl:f l.iw.
J. .1. S ullivan address ( d tl.- hioard
in favor of a road west of Olive to
the seven-mile house.
Request of J. I). McCurdy of Flo-
miaton that lie be paid lor a ctlfini
for an orphan boy named Heck, who
had heen drowned and who had ni
relations able to pay expense oaf his
burial, wa- referred to Conliis-
!-lollr lPrewton.
A re-olntitioll wa5 tli ni lisO lO y
.tdo ;ted inviting tihe state haotird otf
lilealt t') hold its next leetilig,
March 2o. here.
A litt r Iroiil V. H. B l. tid,-r--.n.
iim'iiibh r r f thie !tate bo)a: ,f .it i:.th.
-tating that the (1iap-tioli nf ;.';yiziu
F-'cainhia coitiliy *.2t.twoi for tihe tl.iar-
-t!;tii;'.p lai t herr. w ,ihl< I. :etcd
ion at tht iext li '. i of ti,.
b.jail, ro' a r-,ud ;t,1l fi!f l.
A pa tition fio:l M11-* -,a:, :, I.a'0e
ITe:'y, a1-kit1g that t".f I.. alw V
t U oUl h; htr latnd I;,- chlii ., .w -
ra t'-rr' d to, ("a*tn iii' ai, etr !>f''Wtla.
A w a 'i'i'i ,;.it aIt l di "' ,1 < 1 i w, .ti h1 ,
S.'.) to la,. ii''ad lay "ira. c;.a I ai 'i ',,:.-
tin g-tit fun l.
A coi iiiilttle cal, -i-tit: .I. .\.a
(I, W1ti1. BH f't NIcialal-o,:!l l!a J..-,a !l
liI('il litlii W;I appoint' '.1 t" I 3"l;. it
l ,),i(t f;',tlil 'iti le l- id \V ii.,!ii-"
palit'f to tlie A lalaini a lii 1,a ii.- i 'a :
raa:td b 'ttttir1rit .' t leroin Atfiih a ".
A 0'o int ltilniicatiali ft a;ll ta:, a)'ia'I
a f c ,unty ali o :" Caaiii i--i i> r- ,i.t ".iil ln
,)( t 1ii ty'. ,n ( '|,,-ii ,I I ,.*-o l0, : .* i '** -
ltie-tl;i:: t;ii 1 ktat' loa:i(r.'l ai ;i--. ----
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rt il!'o.i(l |ropra .i tyv nrt tw : '!, ri- l .:i
v ta l i' -0 :i- ta' ht 1 1. I tj 'r i il1 i) \, 'i:
nIdl i i lii l t ax v i ."'a I-. w ; "- ra-'at
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ha+i a l1A "1 '.ti- :', hti tI .' It ~ ,tal'P v ;rat!il
:ot 1oa th t L l 'r i a a a a a \ ;
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It le'd.
A t'a.ill".t.icatit);nt fIo .1 !.:i I)'.-
amt. l riuuai- r tlig thlurt La '' k 'iaila.la


'r,--. *,'. niiahied a- t!,(e p:ir 'i
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t" Ia li\'ia"a .-I Ia a "a a'
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(;old Medals to HARPERwhi-ke:
at New Orleans A Worlds Fair Chi-
cabso Try it. you will end r-e the
JIa u r.''s verdict.


clock, recommending needed it-
pairs. It was ordered that Mr
r Welsh have the worK done.
The committee appointed to in-
spect the convict camp reported
that they had authorized the pur-
chase of a new tent and more shov-
els; that two of the prisoners were
sick. one with rheumatism and one
with asthma.
Commissioners WVelsh and John-
son, the committee to investigate the
needs of the armory. reported in fa-
vor of putting in stationary wa.h
stands at once: also all new seats in
place of the old dilapidated one-:
that they had asked for bids for the
seats and had two, one from Bagdad
Sash Factory Co. for $70 aud one
from B. R. Pitt Mill Co. for $6t5.1S);
that the military companies were
undecided as to what they wanted
in the way of lockers.
The bid of the Pitt Mill Co. for
seats was accepted, the order to be
placed by Commis'ioners Johnson
and Welsh.
W. M. Egerton, :M. 0. Baggett
and N. Baggett were appointed as a
committee to lay out a road from
Canoe creek toward Walnut Hill.
Relative to exchanging the road
roller for a lighter one. Commis-
sioner Johnson reported that it was
the lightest ini:ida by the irin from
whom they had bought; that with
six mules it could possibly be used,
and that another nmule to replace the
oue killed by a railroad train was
needed to manage the gradeijtny-
way. It was ordered that Conilmis-
sioners Johnson and Brewton buy
another mule.
The board then adjourned.
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup, that marvelous
ni.sliclie ftor throat and luni tran ihl ,
quickly I'eiit-V' 1a i d tir', tilr pt intlllt.1i
I.*.l-tt i Mti i H lt a1;4 e s 0to -i.'v o' t i n ll(!Iri '1n.i: .* .
iri ,'n t % -f '.f < iiiL -tril luin -. N, ,o nth r
let .dy :. 1it iuail.
THE. POIiK .:0 TIII'.
Mike Purtell F'ind for D)ia.;harginig
Fire Armns in the Civy Limits.
T,Te:e were only six c'a-cs before
Mayor Hilliard inI the lapoli'e curt
this niorningi. of whlic!h one wai .;i -
charged.
Mike Purtell, cha.'r;rAd with dik-
charging fire arm- in ttie city limit.,
was filed ln.
Rufus Ediini Ud-nl, (ch irgd with
a-saullting Thoa-. lDelahanty with hi-
fl-t and for bt-inig drunk and disor-
derly: ca-e contitinAiud.
3M, e IRichta,(-o:i, c'harge with
flzhtititz La:ar'r Williams,. :
fi led $7.541.
Bilili-tite-,- a ind c)in--tipatioii al; -
t 1-4 *~it of wilichi spiniz 11 n iity seri(,ul di-ea-e' that afflict thel hu-
man bldy. Sound juidgtiillent wA-uile
demaintd tlie iiiiniediato removal of
this condition before it develops
soniethiili<,g uinire troublil'-oien 1 alti
difllcult to) cure. PRI' KLY Asii B}IT-
TER s i- a reliable cure for constilia-
tion and diS-orders of similar ciharla'c-
tear. It not only thoroughly emptiitaS
and purities tl- I)ibowels but strength
ens- the bowel channels and regulate-
the liver anti -toirnacli, hence it per-
fa rnis a radical cutire. aoi by Han-
liah liB i .
Executive Co' niitter l,''(iini.
A meetii. ottf t!it Democratic Ex-
ecIltivc I. oIi;nmitt 1 of 1E-c'iinb);a
c iitl:)tyV i- !r' 'by 'ail-ul for i;::il ).
o,' ('iaait:ty '.J tlud T. Il. M f'i' t l "- trii- ,i;'tfia)N aif rll Iii.l: ie--
:li lll I '.a! aI t t .!, i I .
f m y <; ;-. -i ; itf
C. B. IPAKIKHIIL.
F) \ \ f'i N 1 ( 't:,. ll :1 1 i.
.--' r,. t.ii v I tini lI
I-'or Over Fifty Year,.
N't aIQ 'r W s Seoa itt I N i-r'P hin-
:i.n ., l-. '*ai fa l b\i f v I .':>r'4 lty n r;l!1i0 taf
ilil.a !ra ar uriir an l: I'lil P'i w!l ta-'pit o,1 .
S; h .'"'.'f,'t l'upl'l"S. It oktn'ooh thia- cildl
*a(at'. t.'t tir- a u ni.'i itll nvi all patn, cure'. w.itl
ahlra', anal i'. t lu ba"-t ra'iirldy flor l>:aIr:h b lit.
it wiai! tla-laava tti" pao() little MllT',.'ia tir:-
ilit- lil lvaI. tqold iay I[r kmitgit'- ;fl t\a.r
oar: of t ha wantrl. Twenty-tlv' c' !it.- a hait! -
tia. H" inri a' ind m.k for "'Mrs. W II'!,- a'a
S a titihng 'yrup." and take no other karal.

Who is Rader ?

He's the Laboring
Man's Friend. He will
sell you Furniture on
the easy payment plan.

Don't Pay $40 and $50
f,.a1 'i ",1 ,. '.1 I ,t :\i.- i .','n V,.,:
i', i ) i' ,.Vvi aa li.ta :it 0 .I. I'rv.r -
a t'r'ii ii ,*ilr i aniit '. H oau-a. for a io .
1'. *o ..;'1. ) !1 o l- ii i ;, fli li i' lil a


S'lliam i ollnson & onlt.


-8 PRETTY AS A PICTLlE' -



COLORS THAT WA.SI

27-inch Silk Ginghams .................. .. .... .. ......
31-inch Silk Foulards............... ..................
31-inch Silk Finish Teaur D)e S. ie......................
32-inch Zephyr Gingham s.......................... ...
27-inch Fine Check and Stripe (;in a:................ ..
36-inch Spring Style Percales ......................... ..
Pattern Silks, no two alike.......................
40-inch India Linoi ................. .. ..............
25-inch Check Nainsook ................ .............
to0 Piece- Dim ities ...................... ................
lI ) pieces L ougi C loth ............ ................... .... .. ;


Matting.
54) Rf ll- I)an .a sk M attings ... .......... ............. .. -
Wiiy}eautiful I)sign--Se-e )isplay"
25 Roll-' China M atting.......... ......... ... .............

I)otteniiholfr I ratnl Ladi- u lr' ipper- tandOl xfa'rol- at ....... .
O(.ir l..'7.j Liilln i- Su ;erior Ill n 'iali: .



llilliam oli o0 Son.


A SOLID CAR LOAD. Stylish Stick Seats,

SP! Pretty Phaetons.
CAll LAD R EllFS. srrc; Foad C rts, Up E

Any and Every Style! Top Buggies.


BEST MAKES, LATEST STYLES.

F rst Come, First Served: They Won't Last Long.

',-' \V', w ill Allow Y ,u S',ni;-tIirn for t..a t I 1.lt: _' ;' :"
Ai 'W t bit Fifi U ('* it-.



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4,Oslo
a fit


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MOUNTAIN MINI NI
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it -:1 N a t l I i I ; t :
if 1 I, t 1t T 1 a..
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ia ; 'at a a la t a~ i r 11 ;v td i. t a-;
I i I i i I n :a i I 1 l; i it' o 1 I n 1 t
.ii rit i ,d e- ci t- llh -it t ,i ,.ltii o -f
i .'I it- -t It i \i ,'l y llii 'I d l i- ifi-
W ith prop. diet:; t t' e a x'a'i-.' to iiill'.
cu:.il t he atir1i to- t ;for uli ti rf t 'hin tor-
Iti'i -i x blittli fo ir tlivlt dt llldir .d


If ob ;Curelltitl7 ptoms.lfinl o f tvrf i-
.lir 't-d e-ian .thaIlly t h,, t r t li-f ch.
iByiig'-tiadd i tn iton v i i'-d fri.rtues
Vitie )r aoicr ditnv thor 'atia will
cb found for t hereli of thio tdir-
i:i,-ittitng if!iictiaii witli its hmlildrm'(l
af os).chatre soy)teis.often referred
tapi other monr tha. the =toiach.
Bly t!i-i addition, it virtues as ;i
i.seneral taoni and inviltrtrati r aa Id
blood purifler, are tnat inipairr'd iit
'he le-ast. No better medicine ca:i
be found fair the elitf oif t.,-)o di--
ea-s-s that are so .re \'a al 'int ih tt, -
.pring month-.
I take this opportunity to, thank
m-v friand- f,\r ivth airnn'aart ar* Falvta.


Len ten Delicacies.




Wat ch This pace for Our

List of Spclhilties.-= *


C-11A fitTIT


WASH


SBRIGS


FOR


SP I


Buggies!


Buggies!


Bugg


ries!


I


B.


GERSON,


CROCKERY.


107 S. Palafox.


COOPER & CO'S SHOW


Will Exhibit at Pcnsacola


Commencing March


Three Days


Adlissioii :


22, 23


and 24


Children 15 cents.

Adults 25 cents.


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 14, 1900. 5


LEG [SLAV1VIF; CANI)IDAT1S-
And I)o-Irates tiptoi 0the utly i-onve'.-
tiori at P~owelrcmn. April 14.


r1.41 wi ug ar- t!t h' c:iddi t"- aIi-t
(''ma-" a anid "em1% t'ue legi-lattir'- at.]J ~ie li~t 'f deli -
Ve~tatien at I'ou-lt... April 14. t- ,.
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C1. 4.Cot


For the


Baby
The fifty-cent size is just
ht for the baby. A little
it in the bottle three or


a:.- I J-igattrE to ol unty ('mnvem lien. f our times a day will supply I
C 1),Pr*- .. ctL A r-iiIH.H. F. R.: u- ~precisely the fat all thin ba.
iI No- To. I ~-.bies need. If your baby does
4;, P : :-.- 'reutt st-. .L. 4,I'ir~q. Ar- not gain i wigtas fastas
Juinon.J. C. Averv. J. 'Whit- nW~3I
= V '( u..' H~o.n-.J-. I.- SW-"1e.zv. you would like, try
I '.:..........' 're-iiict 14-(ius Eitz~n. J. F..
Il--ijet15Thz.J~ii~n.Jon Scoff's Emulsion
'z. 1. .liu- F. E. Cotnunyr-.; W. A.
Diiln!ani. It. A. Water,.' 14111-tf The result will m U.I
v~~plase yu. I M -IO
I-,.,I javk-r!AaiIe- trf- u 1 .. i.; t- ~rv hard to 'Qtiuitd y t) the baby nurses, the mother
.4. itU.. i~jiiZ~~~..~-- id.-ar oine- -ntir.'r wrajib await- should take the emulsion.
.~:':, :I.Ak M iiiu !~tir t, ttio, :trrivsi I Pf ir~i;l(;d4.cti,)r. AAn It makes the baby's food
a Ii i- child. tht-n very sick only buy he dlla size-it's
I "I i~~ 4 ~.j*'.11 Id -uw i th rituil. Neet Hilding Uu.- doctor b y
tV' ill fit,4t wtird f-ir him to (''uif' at more economical.
I~"ii~'~ -1!jf- -. oihi- ro,-turni. I t le l 'buuuirht Both uithtterantd chikldwill feet at
\Y ~, .I ur~' ill -di41tr~t4ttl ci 4.'iauberain~('ogli onc its strnnuthening, upbuilding
a 1 Li .1 a.t i t *' .4 j.'n -tV. W j'J C Iithe L lo ed w ould I vad.a -p o ucn' o eri
A~~~~~~~~~~~I a.. ~-c.-. -''-'clit-if uttitilthe dtoetor -hienldlt adfalrouiorotis
7 11%-. 1it it f-w Lotiur h Ill.re-'tuuin n i. At all drir- ga-'t' o. ; and T
iti la !,-tLfe dctortif- d not tcoinic.a- SCOTT -I BOW \ f.. Clernrm, New N I' k
1: ckild wa- :muc1h lhctter. 1; e M4. .w m ~ n~n. ,
Mr..Wz.
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Nw *o it' r-2(, 11I 1,,., 1n I z:-*ad 'uli A MI-- Al MA.-tM f
~0"r-. j\'14f-t*t' 0j Furitureat ll Pmoricesi.
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0 '~.i '. -.1 v 4,~-.- t~ ,~ .i~r~u~iutt .tf or V : l ,,~~I!_ u-e-..: Ali-o--. hd
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'A ~~ ~ F 0. Furnii ~l. i te -.;b-u y-uP -.. itreIlat all P.1 r ices.f
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Room Mouldings new and nobby gar-
. ."a .... ,'n "~il '11 :1. .i. ments for Boys' and
I ','-.. NN 11 N. al:,f
i '. e:-. :-,t 1Children's wear, should
No better Cigar for call on Rice's represen-
the money made-DUR- tative at Merchants
HAM-at D'Alemberte's hotel.

Investigate the Convertible Term Contracts
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Old Penn Mutual Life Ins. Co.


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jil 211 ...~.A. E. BAKER & CO., Proprietors,
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l5 .r.'oidcre( andi Lai e ld.-l.e kind,
wO Ih I : cac h, this ; sale ..... ............

2 o( ,'c:n plain (all linen) i;c ,,alt., t"i s ec

SJ7.:,/cn pain II. S. this sale .... .. ......... ........ .. 5 0c

- do.'n Men's II. S. Whitu and Colored,
Bordered, 12 1-2 and 1i c

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


New Line of Ladies' Neckwear Just Received.


iGRND EXCURSION


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-ViTIRANS' DAY!9


THE PEOPLE'S STORE,


Schwartz,

Proprietor.


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Saturday, March 17. M,'NEW ARRIVALS!,-*


Veterans' Rally!


OUR first announcement of New Arrivals of Spring
Apparel. A generous assortment, large variety


11:u A M. PRESIDED OVER BY of colors and styles to select from of Ladies' Waists.


Briiatier-General eeorie Reese,


We carry all kinds: the largest assortment in the


HON.GEO.W.SANFORD, city of well known brands. Among them the famous


ORATOR OF THE DAY.


Mu-ic. Recitations and Addres,;es.


A Superb) Proram!
AFTERNOON.
H;GERS'! OtCHESTRA.
ElT'THA 1L. CLARK, Violini-st:
ANNIE HOrHSI WOODCOCK.
('r' ,; 0< i?-t ;
EM.MA D. LEMON.
E-',aJir atnd lD.lineattr.

EVENING.
104id A;, aald Dialect Storie- by tht
F(Prrino-t iHumonri-t of thl S uth.
L() IS S!PENCER DA N I EIS,
(,f Nu lhvill!.
TISDELL MOVING 1'1("1'11T-ES
f t,.e Spanish-Aiiericanu WVr.


A Triumph Day!
Uniting the Boys of '61 With the
Boys of '98.

S D fruii> |I'.* n; O]te 'rii r
MNLY 50 CENTS f rom 1 n uctltii:r
le'iv.r .1 ul n tioin itnd Interimedint- Mtattion-,
)y Specittal Trllins. ('lC apet aind I'l-t -A\-
(ctlrhto ii tihe World. If'tll ,I)RK N 2.<*.
'r u n i is d o n o u t l e t un ti l I f t e r -\ n i i i f ? v* -
SIMI.
FOiR SAIA-.
At a bargain, 7T ;acre.- ) und ner
fence and cultivation, thIe l>alaince
womtil:ad ), i ofr a mnlo I north of ('or-
dova Park, with --romn lhoi,'-. a arn
anl( ti> stat)ehI. ,'ii-" ~;iN) For
f'urfr ,r iinf,,rnIIttiia. apIlly to \V. K
D),1u.l i> |on pl-c'. r .J. E. l)iit uii--
-IIIn & B ro., city. 1.:hunlitu

DURHAM Cigars are
the finest 5 cent smoke
Try them at D'Alem-
berte's.
(C'onin z, tho Alb H:iv. iin o ( 'i..
'1.- ,- ,',lbrt,.,im t f->nn.d i,! t U l t.,l
i, --v r;al :/ii v-i :il *li t -t- ( f re -
r'T e 7- ,. t-. I .t.'fit -i f 1: 1'. 0 .
ik~ c!:arity l' u i--t '!' tt.r'-i hall
Mu ":I .I V il- :1.. .n.. 1 t f

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

NICOLA CAcSA,
RESTAURANT---GYSTERS.
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fact the best fitting Waist in the land.


dealer or customer can deny.


This fact no


You may form soim


idea of our offerings by a glance at our large exclusive
Shirt Waist Window, and they arc heapcr than
heretofore by reason of our Motto: "S u. Ciii \\'\\
TiI-RI IY IN CR! .A-, 11i EUsiNII -."


LACES AND [MBROIDERIES!


)!ur Cthn Ire 'Tab It a- -,ar. :1r- li rZ be I)f'lf-:& 1 th a i.oel y i-!n r- .tNt c--
lif!---IllnlL;tc#---' a 1( nd ibiiI-u-
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,a~~iF jeuuaut-1a uuIu.rl I.tti. X iI I Ii.hA r'' T t .-. o : it .ii


* Sweepin Sale of IMlia bnkrwtia;r!


Onef Lott ('hilld'. Ir iw~r-. lheuii'll- 11!1.'laitek -,;7--- !e#!)I '-. Mit.. II'C )i4,ii
hit. 1I': (Itijet'- Tlrauuiiu.lfl-d D e-j ,- :;:' 4 i-u lo I rk.ft
4'i'1,et ('hludt'..l rituiw.-d (.awtt- !I.':z .t 1I r k.
1,,.Ii.t (iil'-o. limmuued .'lXirt..a! t(',,- t Nl.,k .
One Lot JLadife-; Irilinulolfd(lA.'uui-s-. worth ;> o...................-.ic f*aii
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-.i,3nc Lot Odds and Ends--,"-
In La.~dioe-' kit airl (i1wn .to C('o-t. I ),' at ?('1),- ,%I.irk ri.


DeFUNIAK SPRINGS.


Two li, rs f'i-om Pensim ll i via 1 ia!,. A Il. It .
Seat of the Florida Chautauqua now in Session
Until March 27th.
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Carriages, Buggies, Wagons and Drays.
-- -Repairing Attended to Promptly.O:
SEAT G;AIRDEN T. : : : : PENSACOLA. FLA


Roses--Carnations.
am elln iu :he p-oi'uct of the IJ.oqemont aon ilighlanl I',trk ,arlten. of
Montonmery. ant( on twe ve hy-:P' rot;ce can fan:' any amoan it of i ut I ,,w. r
and I esigns want ,tI.
Carnations 7i3 per dozen.
Americin Becu es $S3.30 to Si.')O per dozen De evered
All 0 her R) es S1.50 to $!.75 per e'czen, to you.


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6 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 14, 1900.
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RRH MARCH OF ROBERTS

BL STILL UNOPPOSED


French Holds Hills Command-


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MAFEKING'S SORE DIS15 RESS
Garrison I-,tluc-d to Hurs. lG-sh an.i
IIc&tlh -(knt'ei Prev.All-.
LoMwN,. March I:;.-A dipatch to
The Times :rjan Mif-king. uatel M-)n.
day, March 6, iays tn garr.s- u at Lat
place were then f el:nu acuely tae
strtes of the siege TIiey were redlu-e I
to the ue o* ho-tirtle-u and br ri ma1o1
from nor- forage. v'.e ton watr w".4
para.e r % ,v u' ;j-:i.ln;:e1.
Typho.i. dv-y.aerr and dij'ttier:a
were ep ienilc. t .t t was oiin-'),it~it t )
so.ateP thb" Vcti:nj Tlie tntlermiun oe
tre women amii -chiil.en w'-et terzit'
and there were a-a t; i in tn' w ,:men'
laager da'.v. Tue native p)t.u,.Jt;mI
wat starv;i.:
Tne t.:'.tiry 7 perAt7 n< w,,re r-.
gresBuing fav.ra'.v 'I i-v na i t-n -x-
tendied tiul ri i rnot :.:,.' wne ,'w- tn-
enemy had teeun coplete:r :rxn..-.i
A alsparc: rt-crive i uy a .-":tn Af-i-
can firm in Lcud ,u. 'latoe i .Mferking.
Tuesday, M..rca n'r, v. L .Ai:. Marnae
I,. says:
Ail we'. ut t wn astl: bes.e-zed

ENORMOUS STEEL PLANT.
Casda to HIuld la the worlhl.
CLVEI.AND. March lb.-The Weli-
man-Sever Eoganeeiing company of
thi city laso closed a contract with the
Niokel Steel company of Hamiiton.
Out.. to design and build what will,
when comp.esed, be the largest st:el
and ron plant in Canada., and one that
will have few superiors in regard to
lam in the world.
The total capacity of the plant will
be 3.000 toes per day. In addition to
the steel piant there will a&so be coa*
structed a booming mi'l of the largest
si.e a billet mill, rail mill and two
plate milis
The entire plant will cost neaarfy 3).-
000.000.
FIllp:"o Stlll Sh n." t 'isht.
MANII.A. March 13. -Advice received
from Aparri. prvaince of Cagayan. *sy
that wbiie Majnr Ward and a company
of the Seventh regiment was leaving
that piace toey were attacked at the
landing on toe river bairk cppoi:e the
town. A pertotent tieot to-,owed re-
sulting in eight Aniaeriars, inc oingo
Major Ward. b-iua wounded. The na-
tives in (agayan valey uresumab.y in.
stigated toi attack. 'hi dispatches
ad 1 that tL-. Taga.os arc Lairrassir; the
Americans.
.> t ,, ri fl turn--i.
4l;T 'A ,;. Marc ::3.-The offi-
cia. P) 'ihe I-'otice insf-e.jtors' head-
quartn:s i thais ,ty were notified to-
day that the m.ner orier poqtofP-ie at
Hon A r T'-n wa'* d*'r'ry9edi by fire
ltt n aticn .i h i's c mntent.. Tie num
i.06i t i -'. ce~. ,1 of tue fi-re ara iot
,t.tied "', e,ra--a;" aiv'.ei wero a!)
-ie I f I- ro,'ib 'ry ,iart nii ht of
,e po't "T : t 'k o0-,r. S t' o0 over
0 nu,: a i-n:ant:vy ,,f tF.an;ti.
kI .u 1ds i th" 1 *'.
c:yl w' ). N'ar n r: 1.'p rtsreteipi
h -re tda!y -h )w s-ri 'us fl t>is prevai.
lug in the n,,rthrn portion of l.iiuoi1
irv to- K iE.kee riser Much livestockk
and proTner .' b?.ve alr~edy been de-
*truvoyd. At Li ."aie theb li.inotas river
and tritnutarv astram* are higher tns
iBce lM 1 and gtiil rising ani the prop-
erty damage waiil be enornmou .
Aragonf I. l'zt.eri,-tC-4 llant.
ATLATa. March 1i -LvTL W. Sco.
yille and George W. Scorvile have
leaed the Aragon hotel for a period of
th*e years. witth e privilege of a re-
newel at the end of that time.


liq~u t~A Thipa'
We .tT,,r (One IItitdrodDTi l~ar- rv-
ward f,,r v:ii .-(:i- f C'atatrrh tluat
ecatu.itw It.- cu tred hl.Iv 1 Al-. ('aLt rr!
F. J. Ciilv1 A- C,,.& T,.I#,A-i'. (0
F. J. ( iun- '.*. tfor vi'. th to !;-) i-

untiritci~ali."-06,i t I'cu r% ..u46w tci x 1,I
liia I' 1W 1 'P fir.

w t ~ ~',-'#-A I i-u .-Itd .

Ifali'- (.t:Cariah ('it r#, i- takvi-i: I
lieiuit aituly. Itml : iCri -IIfac'*= ip f


1I-laW- falwly 1,111l- a'-t;.- li-t.

Coffee! Coffee "
Wie call (lie atteiin t: o-I(
thie ve,nerw! /public to
/act that ire hart, ,ne ar
the bcst c,!ui'ppod 1tmvt(ZSt~
I ./ th1e Nou (Ii. a/vi /.it a!irC

bercra .ca /pi/-'H tc s / ,' a1!
dc/'// c(w(petlo ion f1OC (f "u' YO~
iVI*Slit 1) remin I!you c: (
( (47('es (are alwaf~is /I--.'
/ryiiflthe RI1)(t.%uI'. II 711"17t'

t h ir a ro Piz c( isii s'

Yei r (eains Gr~cr#'l CO(..


ing Bloemfontein.


STEYN'S BROTHER CAPTIVE

Cavalry I'Kncomiot-r inl-Iny on Ou:-
alti ts I ow.-!' up ua.-* of thie Oralg.ii
Flree %,ai i tapulitli a Matter of n
Few I[iour%.
LJ ,-. ', Marca :.; -L ,rl RA.rt te'e-
grapls fro.:, VeUtets Viet at 5) o'clock
this monrn.;g- ;a' f tows:
"Uun m.:ci was again uunp-ossed.
We are Liw -:t .ut l ruined fromii t ieom-
lo;;tein 'ire cavalry division ita-Itrde
the ra;.waIy ai...s usoltn of Bioei.:,Lu-
'PI:l. TnLaere are ,about 3'l min. Ab, ,at
',' or 7J wer- ailted or ari missing.
"I ,r-r'ct'-i t--nerail 'Freuch if th2r'
was timn bt-.tr dlar-; to seize the ra:!-
way :attl.-': t: 3.oenfouteiu aud: tnus
aecar>- tee t il;n et" -k .- midnight
I rectaived a Lieprt fr:xa Lim that after
cou-idet'ra .e '.i- i-it;La ., iihii boen able
to o- .' ;' v t" 1 > '. ( ov t, it,o r.'.i-
waVy et.ati u v.'' c liiauded i.joeeli-

A tbr-Ler of Fr-ienat St:-ni has
I a:- maai a' pri-,.;Lt.a r
i'7'j te&,.rrapa :-ne leiling nirth-
wai-d nass L~-n at an i tii- railway
iro..on upi
I at nowr ttar';in with th-i Third
cavr.ry brigade. whiea I called up tro:n
the Seventu division near Petrusburiz
yesterday, aud tne ra un:ed infantry to
reinforce ite cavalry diviason. Tle rest
of the forcec wilt follow as quickly as
Lord I Rbert-' a-tual entry into the
U-ange Fres State cap-tal seemns likely
to be delayed until tomorrow or late to-
day. as uls ea:e'mont that he is going
to rvnuforce General French imphes
that opp)sitioa is being encountered on
tall ontskirtsof the town,though the defi-
nite statement tnat tne British cavalry
leader has positions whioh command
the situation leaves no doubt that the
occupation will speedily be effeoted,
and with it. so the Ln don critics think,
will accrue o the British important
captures of supplies, if not of prisoners.
However. it tma be that the Boere may
make a strenuous resistance, which will
not be overcome until Lord Roberts'
main army catches up with the cavalry.


j~-i.- t'- tair t'we-iat-fir-t v',nlam an,

yo a rall"! m novKtogavr,' a m!- i~it-df riii



ilj'i w"T,t-ha:r lii ItlqI- aaki-a

*-r r Qanc*o i~vAto f atn t-ntall ;So,.

4 r.adi.' ain-:a.k -;.uti o Ie. take-naa
t.-r thin ': a:.l(-,inat- id a I:- -1 auluaaI

;.art if it.!' Ii* 'mecail. I-; allow t-d.
mIaIIk e a-- a'l all kitl- (iffrutati.

it: h -IIIa'.iaa -W'to

.,maJ thi!,- a c wta 1' Ivt,1 .:irj


"-ary of l-::ar-\V,,-' k'andii ih, Holy


1'.-' o.-'' flirt u- mW .1may
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m-t ri--rlct-tiiilaif ta-Hag a.-iit hill'
Ii~-a d thy u(ait-. t"dzay-in which the
ai-, if iiie.at I- p''r iii ted Itoy iii-PellI-
(it Aldiruma ii'.-r au-yen xyear.;n (it itt'
alp hInc"a"iulbyithe lfwairfAatbstitaneti.'
title--' #-,.-u-ed byhi- tiek.i--, ('r other
l'ac ~:iin~uItlile. in, wi~ic a al
jt-tit'lW- v 1iihaasi'.-Coumo to)thae
yo-rfA istc-ret ion are bound to re-
Colvx.-in Loy clIwiminitil.i worthly.ait. x-
t,-iiI1Qtroin aThe tir-;t Sundaay cit Iewi
it' a v.- ..%*#'I (1 l- 44 aea$
hIomiiiitlby th,. j I -c it, of ann nai caii-
nu pr+it- ho.l



mait-.td i-f _aenf-iws iinl-zivirig
B~a ~po0.u.Ito It.t 2r-inttidnto) lii IL
daz~u~.ita: z'j Urn Nar:-I .1-,
Nv-Irkmt:z w-:'.~!o I'-attinw i--u-ax
.'! .I ,,a r-ed .-;,*.ai-o--A fr'Tai ti I I, it)-
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LIST SHOW FORTY DEAD.
All the Boitl-* In the Red Ash Mine
Niw RItovered.
CnARmLrs-T'zm. W. Va, March 12--It
is believed that all the bodies in Red
Ash mine have been recovered The
work of rescue was suspended yester-
dav. but resumed today, when two
1lodies were recovered, which are be-
lieved to ke the last in the mine. The
fulI list shows 4) dead and six injured,
two of the latter are in the hospital
here and will probably recover. The
inquest will be held tomorrow.
The cause of the explosion is stil a
matter of theory and will probably
nonvr be determined.
The funoi for the benefit of the be-
roared fantil'flis still growing.
North t arot.Ma n Gov< roraihlp.
RALEIOn, March 12. There have
been three aspirants for the Democratic
nomination for governor-Charles I.
Aycock. John S Cunningham and M.
H. Justice. Today the last named with.
drew. saying I:e thought there were too
many candidates lor the nomination.
The odds are Aycock will be nominated
on the first ballot and Cuuninzhain
nominated fur lieutenant governor.
Well, K sown L.iwy,-r I) tl.
GANSEVI.LLF, Ga. March 12.-Jasper
N. Dorsey, a well known young man
and lawyer of Gainesviile. son of the
late J. N. Dorsey, died here Sunday
afternoon after a lingering illnuos of
consumption. He was 25 years of age.
an alumnus of the state university and
was highly esteemed everywhere be
was known. The funeral services were
held today.


"'I think I woiul1 I c'rzy wIr!,
pain wer'- it linot tr Ch Iiitinber liit -
Paiin Bali." wiitit- Mr. W H. Stai-
pII, t li, il. H r illitf,. l. I h i tV. .0- !!
A.lllicted wit h r .it-l i- titin fo se*v'erall
y'ear- anid lihave tLiid re-iiiedi- with-
iout lnui bhr. l)tl p:aili hlla!nli i- tt.,,
ie4-t midiciii I hal\iv- 'i, t I eold f '"
Siie aplli<;catiorl rh,-li-v th- pa ti.
l'or s-al -by latiiin at h i-r I.. 1 5. Pi'.tl-
afx ,treet.

J. T. Ste-pliens ha-< a large assort-
menit of liid Storling ilv r and
Roger's Knives, Forks and Spoon

Medical Mociety, Attention.
rhiere will be a rsigular meeting f
the Po*n-aec-la Medi'al Socicty at
the Board of Health office at
o'clock p. ai Tuesoay. March 13.
Visiting physician, are corJiall.
invited to attend.
D. W. MOMILLAN. M. D.,
President
E. F. BRI-CE. M. D..
Secretary. 26mt

C(onsvenltion iCall.
Thpe ixte'niith aiinu;ul vr .ttitisz of
thp W oman'i i 'lir( ititi 'T p eiilpttil('"
n'liioni of Floridi, will h- lih-lrl it,
(iain.- vill-. April ;.rd. 4th ai 'i t:.
Thlie first -..--ion will he at p'. In..
of Tiue-day tho tiitd.
Mi's -Iille KI-earnty of F'lorai.
M il--., will g:ivp the (-'nivi't:ti n li i{-
Idr-+.-, addil int r-t tt t!- o 'at-
-in. .\1.1 t ('C l'>K I tA J. (G I.FN I'r1 -id .i t.
-r'o-, I a! i.K -c'y.

Buy/ your wife oneof/lhose
/an(dsonme parlor suites
'ron MaIrston Fin cl.
TO1 Til-; i'l-LIC.
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pillows, etc., to go with your-
new furniture. Y}ou can
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KNOXVILLE. March 12.-A special to
The Sentinel from Middlesboro. Tenn.,
says an epidemic of smallpox is preva-
lent at Barboursville. Ky. The malady
has become so serious that all of the
schools have been closed. No deaths
are yet repo.ted.
Irish FlVi Humored In Londoe.
LO DON. March li-The lord mayor.
A. J. Newton. has directed the Irish
flag to be hoisted over the Mansion
House on St. Patrick's day in recogni-
tion of the bravery of the Irish troops
m South Africa.



KIDNEY DISEASES

are the most fatal of all dis-
eases.

F L V KIDNEY CURE Is I
FULEI Guaranteed Remedy

or money refunded. Contains
remedies recognized by emi-
nent physicians as the best for
Kidney and Bladder troubles.
PRICE 50c. and $1.00.
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Monday HApril 16.. 1900..

Monday, April 16, 1900.


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FoR STEAM DIVISION
PEN14 iCKOLA I ELECTRIC TEIMINAI
R{AILWAYV (COMPANY.
fTrain" l.'av.' Pont~ola for lbs Littli
Blayou, "alutatto lieaeb. WA arrInifton. Navy
Yard arid Fort Parrancas at
4:501a. in.arrivYC at Fort tiarrancas 7:15&.m
01, pl' a. m.arrive- %; Fort Hisirranca.6 t( 46a.ro
i 0n. im. atrrive- at V-rt b~rr~aricso1-45 vii)
.3.p mu.?srrVe atEVort Furran'-,t. If.: ) p n
i. p in ar:~,-t I Ot arrancha, 7 P 'p mi
p' ~Ip n. #&I rive at P o t Harranoas 03:46 p m
Train% ioeav*- Fort Barratica* for PeODS-
ontoaa
70,a. mt. arr'vo At t PrscI Ii.
*iliP. ruarriv-at Ft-U~sM'IA 4.....I I.4.NP. Ir
04 i rn r: v pI% IPo r ftco I a ..... : 45 1).fl
41p rIn arriv-- at I-'rl-.aeol .47)4p M
7:ilb 1. tin t -tt at lslftxvois 7.:45 p mi
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Geo. Pfeiffer,
PENSA(COL.


VIDAL & SMITH,


ITCHING LIMBS

And All Forms of Itching, Scaly Humors Are
Instantly Relieved and Speedily
Cured by CUTICURA.
The itching and burning I suffered in my feet :ani linih- fr throe years
were to-rrible. At nihit they were wor-e andl would k'1-p lio' awake a:
greater rar, of th.- :i.'tt. I consulted
doctor after doctor., a I wa-; travelling
on the rtaid iimot of 11n tilln', :also one
( of our city docttor-. Notne of the doc-
L.. tors ki \ w what the trouti, was. I got
a lot of the difftirent samtpll of the medi-
cinsu- I had been using. I found then
Sof so ui:av different kindly that I con-
cliudi-d that I would have to go to a
Sinciuuati hoos!ital before I would g.'t
relief. I had frequently been urged to,
try CUTICUIA REIMEIDIES, but I had no
faith in then. My wife finally prvvaile,
upon me to try then. Presto: What
o f a change- I tam now cured, and it ij al
plermauent cure. I feel like kicking
some doctor or myself for sufllvring three
years when I coull have used CLUTICU RA
11. JENKINS, Middleboro, Ky.

COMPLETE TREATMENT $1.25
Consisting of CVTmrcRA SOAP (2.':.), to
cleanse the skin of crusts andil .-cales 1:1.
soften the thickerl,'l cuticle, (C'UTrI'Tv t
Ointment (5(W.), to in-tantly all.1y it'hing,
I ,' "'i 'f- i irritation, andilinlaliiii.ttOii, ,>ii'l .*'tih,.111 1
Seal, and CUTICURA tlKso'.v 'T (."S'- .), to
cool and cleanse the bled, i- of't-n suitlciterit
to cure the most torturing, ,itI ri:., -k i,
scalp, and blood hlnmors, ra'h-., atawl irr:t.i-
-' '- '- r tion.;with los of li.hairwhen pihy trans. hi,-
pit:l;, andi all el fail. Sold throughout the worldl. PrrTE I)a D .\uo CuLe3I.
CfImV ., Sole Props., Boetoi!. "How to Purify and Beautify the Skin," fr"-.
-c O ly i rT I-vl'ri:A ir for baby's ~ekn, sall, and hair. It i- not ot.l:' the purc.t,
't' -t, l,| i nor-t ritru-ntinv 4 nur-Try v -ia-. ~. hult it ,< t. MILLIONS h nt-it troip.i-rt-, oiLtliined ron (r ITIC tcRA, th gr t -katn i cute. i efti prre.erv%,.
purilfy, arlt be'autifyt the- kin, m-a'll, andl hair, ainl ipre,-i-iit -milt' -k;n It.:n-
S -he from be to iig o r lt. F tr-' ii hi tt n- -hli-. hitirit,. intfl :i;
MU iERliS miaUons, an t'ruptions, for vr trld, itu-'liin_ irltatitIn- '.f the --tlip, i th 'ir,,
thin, and fa;iins hair, for red. rough ihnlsaul, anid 1haI'ce Uad.- an.d uipic ln-
fantile bumors, iti U 8b&a i ljtdAtilaable.


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OF PENSACOLA. FLA.


WM. H. KNOWLES, W. A. BLOUNT. F. C. BRENT, W. K. HYEI; .
D. G. BRENT,


rei i md toiestii kikagi 3iUg ul Zil


i' We draw our own Bills of Exchangre on Great Britain, Ir '
Germany, France, Anstria, Italy, Holland. pain. Belgium. Ru.ux.i .
way, Sweden, Denmark and other European countries.
a'Vessels Dl3bur.dl upon the Mot Favorable Terms, and tr. :
Obligations Taken Payable at Port of Destination Ten or Fifteein ID'.
after Vessel Arrives there.
W'Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent in Connection
with which we have a Private Apartment for the Um,
of Re tterit


Cold Weather
Coming. ...
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Coal and Wood.


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Telephone No. 147.


THE ORIGTNAL -


'T, LOUIS


A. B. C.



BEER.


V. J. VIDAl, Sole Wholesaler.

IL IIllSl. BIRllIES WINS, IIPORIED D01T0E

I Pail Jones ani Echo Spinls Celebrated WhislIS
tp TRt I BOTTLE Of CELERY TOXIC.
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JUG & FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED
*Fre DUeI:v.e-ry to Any Part of thb Citv.
S- 41'AL; ,der Ilft at The Office. Vidal & Mmitb, will t r.e .-
att.nd*.wl to.


DUNN'S


HOTEL


ON EUROPEAN PLAN.


TWcc

meals F ~i-A

2M5as E,-,


Restaurant Attached, Open Day and Night.
OY.STII i 1-if .ANI) (G '.It Or A L KINI) IN HF:\-

Special Orders at Any Hour.
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Foundry & MIlachine Shop.,
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Telephone 346.


Pensacola. fli'-


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Car oiu-c- it md OIInU's a l'ujey -ina-'r-1. l~I'-
Agent, ,P-factur'-d to ii rh ar-14aWerklninulike Mifa.-rin --
X. 51- Ritp-'.i
nonjpr in u. Lwj~ I",. w.wv..V44ittlm-m mamvA f~for


Sole Agents for Celebrated YELLOW LA::.
*--other Bigh-Grade Whiskies.--

PROPRIETORS OF THE OFFICE SALOON.
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WILLIAMS AGAIN ARRESTED.
The Well Kneown Losbor Agent Wanted
nla Iw States.
ATLANTA, March 12 -R A. Williams.
better known as "Pegleg" Williams,
the man who has been in so much
trouble about sending negro emigrants
westward, has been again arrested by
Patro.man Hill on the sau.il old charge
of hiring negro labor ctr emigration
without a state license.
There is also a warrant for V illhams
from South Carolina, anti still another
warrant which is in tne hands uf the
sheriff of Faiton county.
Chief Manly received a warrant for
Wiliams several days ago ironm South
Carolina, but Willihams was not in the
rity and the warrant was temporarily
pigeonholed.
naiurday a warrant came to the po.
lice authorities from Athens, Ga. Yes.
terday morning Officer Hial found Wil-
liams just as he stepped from a train at
tue depot, and the alleged labor agent
was arrested and locked up at the police
barracks
Yesterday afternoon the prisoner was
turned over to the county officials, the
aner.ft having a warrant for him.


DISTRESS IN PORTO RICO.
Need of lRellef Supplies Greater Than
Before the llurrleane.
NEW YORK. March 1.--Accompany.
ing tne report of Brigatder General
Davis, governor general of Porto Rico,
in regard to the situation in the island,
is a report made by Captain H. S.
bishop of the Fifth cavalry, stationed
at Manati, in which he makes a strong
appeal for fooT.
Capta:n }:shop state that the pres-
sure f r re.i. supplies :s greater today
th. a it was ceTore toe hurricane Many
of t:,-. largee farmers have cleared th-ir
Sri;n ,. Lair.y %u, an I nt.i, longer em-
v ..'-r, A- no rati.ni have been
t ;; if 'u Al .. an i Are, ibo. Captain
L,-.., r-;-,rt tI..,: ri lly ipertoIi.s nave
.'t- i. ::i tti ,4; : .1" under ins
:. v. are bord-r-
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.a:* ii '-', nt 1;. t,+t t"e ri dar'trcn


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ra: wa' i! ann. u t .. I i i w vlgeta e
ta .'ra ;. : : t >,,.-,` br,' rl- utl athe

tli.rt.S artr niot et .tV.lai tt .
N ,w 4 < .ir l-For <('e ltral.
S'.A ANA. March 12.-The Central
railroad has Lought three handsome
new sleepers that have just arrived
from tue huildere, larnev & Smith of
l:tvt,,n. The .arm are now in the
i 'ntral's passenger yards. They are
leing cleaned up anti put in thorough
order for their runq, which will be on
the line between Savannah and Macon
and Savannah and Atlanta. The first
(t them left Savannah for Atanta to-
night. The care they will supplant on
these runs will be put on the line be.
tween Savannah and BirmnuW^nL.

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SHE CRITICISES THE QUEEN. i


M.3ls Parelil Publt-A'b- a Lolter on
\V5aring thi. *h.mrock.
Dtr-'!.N, March 12.-Mis. Anna Par.
nell, sister n! the late Charles StewarS
Parneli, publibhes the ioilowing letter:
"Sn 'e the queen, whose Irish sol.
diers have hutuerto been punished if
they venture to spurc the Shbamrock,
has now ordered them to wear it as a
token (f their degradation, it seems to
me those Irish who do not wibh to bi
identified with the robber lords of South
Africa should take some notice of this
insult to tieir little plant, whose very
humbleness might have protected it
from the queen-empress I suggest that
those who cannot refrain from wear-
ing the Shamrock should dip it into the
ink until d:ahonor is wiped out by the
final triumph of the Boers or in some
other way."

Ifer Fault.
b-So y';:':'-e iiting upon Miss
Slowlhey lnit.l ?
',,-"-.at.-'.!v? I should say so. We
never gp.'t a:inywhere on tlaie.-Pbila-
dri,!hi:" I :: 'lctln.

Deferred Aglony.
"I', y'. 'si[." f.()m) any frozen wa-
ter i:.,.s th! iis nirittr'"
"Nt 3Ntt. i:t \e expect to when
the I! lun!t-' st,.'!s in his b!l!."-Chi-
(-ago 4 -,r,].
,'ort. tlh<.. oney.
"I 's '!-. I :! z' :,y ., tt $, for a ci ar
rl ft r t t il ..,] f n', ) it 1
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t:h-ILI lq; r r. kl. w shi th~it means. It
w,.in nJ i1:h*- 4It meinsheaacjIe~ s h~ch
r t m tesrmVc :cI' I arim, n draizs~'s
,,, :;% n in th,,e 1, .x er AwI-A' :1- iLi ak ci k e. aid -,In ta1J r
a v, nJ : ntl-;i:a n 1i ,- I.v.fcrIt fl JflS tiersei 441n
I.A I kit !,0, It nie t" d si~tltting
v', t:i it t),, 4.4 r s I:I It means nurtvrdomn -s, me-
tllile~en deAth Vsc C'IA. 'e. IJ I Wie of ( lut N% Ill ultterl v
-ittise di tx ,a i pains te''r, It.
LAN ~S' AIOV i9YDPARTMENT. I I e LeI t n Ii.1irth (I ull
F ~~ '3- .I. .VIT V, 1 L1 :in thin r xh 5"uI
v.1 1'''~1'~ i I* hchl~ jssz ; tw, to the
i~l..'44'. ''v 4.;. i~i A I4%'4'b lr ie. t)t'il'e ~' ,t. the expectant
-4 ii t. It thIb*c goinigthrough
the Chrige of Life, this VegetaI'!e W:%,-ia ba~~f
Druggists Sell Large B~ottles for VA.O~


I Screw Worms and Ticks..
Are Instantly Killed when

SLOAN'S LINIMENT


I_ S oa Lnn iniment: -
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SBest Antiseptic Known.

F :epared by DR. EARL S. SLOAN, Boston, Mass.


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A SLUGGISH BRAIN I *00

Is caused by Impcrfect Digestion .nd Disorder
in the Liver and Bowels.


PRICKLY ASH BITTERS

IS At BOON TO BRAIN WORKERS.

It purifies the bowels, strengthens and regulates the
liver, aids digestion, promotes vigor of body,
cheerfulness and mental activity.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. PRICE $ 1.00 PER BOTTLE.


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T11 O5BGI1AL EiTU 1 T7 BAIRIL BO-U


S.


A. FRIEDMAN, Prop.


AGENTS FOR

High-Grade Liqcuors.
SILVER BROOK, PRIVATE STOCK HEN HARDIN Sol '': 'ASH.
VERY FINE: FRIEDMIAN'S ('FLEIRATDI) OLD 111' VATE
TO()CK. 12 YE.-ARS 01.1); OLI)D 1IK VI.IVF I'ET. k:.N-
TECKY'S IPER'FECTION OF Pl RITY. .\N
I.OTS m01. OTHER BRANDS WHI('H
Sl'\ACE WILL, NOT I'PERMIT
'l'n MI-:N'FION.

aW TI'!:'-, l ,i:r.-f i'.,l lmf-. .-i.-ctld St.ek ,i i:.::K V\,' :-kv a';,I
\Vinu.- f.r F',ininly I -'.
THE JUG TRADE IS OUR MAIN SPECIALTY.
J AI- A.,,nt f.,r thi l-'I:tnu- Ph-t M iilw tik.t' I', r. F':.o' [I li -
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W. C. NORMAN, Proprietor.


Telephone No. 46.


- .*THI CCOICEST AND MOST POPULAR BR~NDA FrI:-




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C2ELEBR~ATIED) BEER-Kv,..--.I.'


H. H. WICKE,


Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter,

No. 6 South Palafox Street.
All Kindq o, Plumbing and ( Oi Fittir i-s Mat+-ri- K,;: ,. Haund


WEJRPHcfONF R25


SOMETHING NEW

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HALL & KLEIN'S


Mammoth Retail Grocery.

502-501 SOUTH PALAFOX ST-,
Tolo.lxhono O50.


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IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF


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Iii~Piytci ilnd Pi3stiiF i~iug, Liquun's andl Cigairs.
JUG TRADE A SPECIALTY.
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,Ip )rt-r' and e'taer- in-
Chinese and Japanese
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FINE CHINA TEAS.


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

.:T) 9oonms far Rent by the Day, Meek or Month. Ix Agate and Tinware and Houseftrnishing Goods.
311, 312 North Tarramona Streit, Opposite Unisn Depot. ons, Pieols and Flahing Tackle.
0 -Tei;ehone 68.--0 AGENT for Birmingham Rolling Mills Company, Iev Ge Olans
--:.-GEO. WILSON & CO.,-;:-- Stitched Belting, Northampton Emery Wheel Company, Laftinc Rard
Don't Forget to Stop With the Fat Man. Powder Company, Johnson's Kalsomine, Iron Klag ard Buck'" o toves
rn-cn i o rTirnso Sntiurm nlt mteFarosur ..a nr... and Ranmg. Wm.Conps Co.'sIRaw Hide LaceLeather, Maeary'sReady


How a Woman

Suffers -i'w,101

DOWELL,. IND., Nov. 25.
1 Will altrays ;rasi.- W: %ne .f ('ardui it
has dorts- nits.- rtwrc ot ifi uu all the IfltleiA
Ciflse i Ila% ,. 4". t-r!xr .4in. 1 5fi!I-.1.. i'ea!-e
sendit ah..c At-i 44'"It.,5 4S- dst:- IeAses to tilts
laieats wiL'i.4-:s.o uc--.I ncaOse
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 14, 1900.


DAuth got' M low ar) H.B In haw.
Miss Slary B. Rensbaw died at
the bome' ut tn.-i itz.pit.-w. Dr. t,' tor
this mor'-Ovit'ir eg-d (41 ror-. Th#
funeral will take placo- fromn Chv-i't
church at 1 :do'cl.a'ck to-niorrow
wm1rnitiz.
Philad,-l:.i3 p .iiaor' .
to copy t !. i- 1 Ii at
Praincans I-or 'Vvyraa~. ~
On arrival of the last excurr'ion
traiosi xI I :Us .. cblz 111Il. ti-XL Sat-
urday the veterans. wearing badges,
Will fa.rin *;1, *,.. -NIatlit Ce to$ tb.-
Ch~autau-1wi grutund--. and insici. to

tpr its 4 *'.' idis -wh : a ite
take ptirt. will *1:tc 2 at the sidg, an3I
h& recte!v--i Lv the vteran- $stand.-
ing:

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4. 5auii-t -. 1;.id. ..! a
t5~ ~ M,-' 'AI i.. "'a!

All oft'!-pil-Ld'~~-tt5 i
S u w n s, v,.r arI'#, I't ue-" IJt o 0 C4 jp
HIB..%T OF ALL,

-4tI..2~es .:'d I 'r': -




FUNDS FOR, S] ATE MILITIA.
(.~.v~n~uia' ita It. A .k'4 to Agopr.-

W~i~41~'~rt. XarcuAJ.Theadju-
tautil gfnera' of Ib& military organ izaa
tntzill got Te otst-es W,11 bold a confer-
erce i12 ta:ii :tv tuday. with a view tc
ooslaiul.ng 13 'rea,.-d apl ropriatiocs from
congreF'iifor tbe civizen soldiers over
that now rroviaed ty law.
'Coumgross now apturopriates $400,000
for SUPT'iring tile ualatia with arms and
saceonu~z-ment. which to allotted among
the several. states; acoording to their
needs and number of men earoLed. An
uacrease of this amkoung to $40O0O.000
per year wili be asked for a 1iUited
Clase, at least untilThe MilitiaJ@i S016
embly equipped with all the requisisse
msioeesiery to pus the orgeiiatlouss OR
foofug shat will fad thet m Pared
for issy sairincefor which the govern.
zuene may callen them.
Dyspeps;& can h-, *-ind i-i (tlod h%
th#4 ut~e 'if PAIN-KILLER. hi -a
ttits ini-: wa 'nd-i ltti't htd v i 1.0-i'
izned iciti' -v *r kti--wn f5 r this i~
entirely d1itlere'Lt fraiti anr other'


but aone 1V.A iniKill' Perry I )A' ill
Pice 2('-w~~a. jtaI .tt


FULLER TO HANG IN
Final S-atoene on tis lMur<
Mrs. Eugenia Pottil.


APRIL.
ldrer of


MA( o'. March 13--Allen Fuller. the
negro who murdered Mrs. Eugenia Pot-
tie last fall, will be hanged on April 2.
The remittitur in the case has been re-
ceived from the supreme court, and
JTdge Felton has passed final sentence.
When Foller came in court be was
trembling. and it was with the greatest
difficulty that he managed to stand.
When asked by Judge Fe'aon if be had
anything to say before the final sen.
sence was pa&ed on ntm, be saiu:
"I at an innocent mun, and yon are
roimg to take my life for waat another
ua; did. I hadi no more to do with tre
ciliag of Mrs. Pottle than you did. I
ras only there when old man add
,truck her with a stick. It's hard to
uwe for what some one else did."
Judge Felton said that he believed
him guilty, and sentenced him to be
hanged on Monday. April J.
Thai Trxbbing Headache
NV'ould quickly le tve you. if you
'*c-d I[r. Kit,:''* New Life Pill".
'ihollaud- tieirmatchlf-- m -rit for Sick aind
Nervoum Hefad:c!.--. They mnak
pure blood an;d -trontL ni-rves and
build up your health. Ea;y to take.
Try thtmn. Only 25V re-ntA. Money
back it not c'urd. r,',\.I by W. A.
I) Al-inh)-rte, I)ru'gi-t.
WIR,I F ;NCI..
For t! :nxt ..( d'iy.' A. J. W:at-
kins ai!l 0Ir.ler ,,rinai.-netal wir,-
fevicinr at ,-uh llow pricts it will
surpriao everybody. Y..u tcain have
any kind. from 2 t--,t: t, 4 feet hi.h ;
or -you (an L :et tli- .),- it *n l ch- :;'e-t
iron ft-tcinti of aill kilnd-. 11 tln
von de,-ir*- fsci-t'I of :iv kittid (oti>ne
ieave .voui asrdr at \VWi' J.i-miil &
Son's fir int- ati 1 ,,n ia l -ave
noueyv ai d I: .t fir-t-la-- :untai -
t --d :k. A.. W. \VAii',-.
l:':t~ ltii.

Have Yt.ur Pointin .
anId Pap-r Hit:ii dg alone by up-to-
date peiopl,,. In to t;;'-t,-d 't, -tyl+,.
hv patrniz7.ii "- J F 1,1-- 1 & C,.. N,,.

It(.ad Car'- arl Sialk.. sa
YOau' -'.vl -. ..';liurai t ; ',- f-, '\> -,ir. a!. I at
; ll"^ l., ** '. ; : i : : '*" -. 1. M .*-
l.ard AC.'- .
I' ra'(' \ Ma a.lllli 'II
(on : T --.l'y-.T: uS-,!:h a.,|1 '.,:-
w ill 1b- v>,.a'i:' a-'.i ::,, ','f cih:!ar.! .n.t


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//.. ]!,'tur ;;oHt u'nrniture.
.larf,, '" 1"i' hare an
nz enfe ,'Co('"c for iout to sq-
lect Ifrom and they i'ill sell
A.. -, 7;, 1 ),,


IARITIMK

1'.r !14B 1%;. P4'.Iurice-'s, st t Vncent to
ille1nscu!,t Lvvuh-r a'o
t4 c.% Ir) d l.: i b.-:ti a rlt s, NewvvYork to


ir 2Ska't-rp..z I -:I. f.--I. Hhn i Urg
ruaa~iA. r, Ali. Am rdani and
Card.*'7

Pr;.Iai. ,:'~ sr.'for Ilai-
b.'a g Ia ','*--. va'a'tmule. I
1'rstuai o for Haii r.wit h '' ts,ifasCot-
ton.. c a 2.'iL b sros !i !1. 101 i)b, C
Pu P-um, tr ion. by W 'S Ke"-


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RARKF.

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N'wed I' o--s-a Ar.* to

k'15
Ru'ii." H i i:. 1 ;7. Aka-riunid. cit for Las..

Nor 'a!a.. 7'\p4a dV-7. Julias on torBas-'
it ourway I'4, H'. if i k's n, t~rK y
Co &C
%'or Ntatce~.5.:' ,Tb~. Kl-m. to order
,%or Mer Sramo tzo. u Jn. at Barto
ItAor nvrwa. 04. Hozzrikento RW 8 Key-r
R1u11%-,(IPY&ut. 0~ ~ital~.cd frM n
1,or-wo '1. bei 8rdvaoU to i.R JqPi, DUTi.

Ku !!- I K-r'.ing'. M. t ) 4 triiaar
.%:nIr.-ra & .L. r.* ..iia i V' o. n. t ar to
wOd, L~


t:' ,MAit-PN.K* -.i t

1.,,k1.a
'a tn H -mlarna Ax~-. -fan. to nvinat-r
OF. ~~ '.A _N D A-k!LEDF-%FN
LAW8 SH IPSI.
K~v!lqia. IL -!it 1; -1.4% a' NIr.'h"
W--org% in,. Nor. -:,I Nt n'1'-st. Mar, h
Fern .tiU.
It U I I.. fl'.; ,a I H1~r r v. ja'tn
H ira n-1,a. or. --*at.. At tw-rp. .jail 1,1
S-1' w i.:t~am. 1l7. :_-,6Harri-aar, iSt M.' al i 1,I-
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Ebia~rs 'ia.'.u .-T I .auz.. Son Ort 14


Fu; v,. I -it's -i %11)1a' I.aLs .. 'iI(re
Naa.v ":..t'.ekr poa- PFt'1at
-i Ia-r.r-Nosr. -.41 fr'ra-tssr'I15.-c I1
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iaahsatas'. Ncor. %iI 1an'''I t.-,'is
Noi 'h- s idi t.(51lna.1ftl .'V,
Lmia.. It. 4"1s. 411 ~-:''iNov W
iaLou..I' iLi-. c7., 2Hbstur-z Fo 1)I
Niaa:(1^101. sa.i .'o *sld .111i1Y i1
Ma-e.aima. It. -A Htainiiriz. Natvs
hI aI. 1-.U.4. I .i IIA Pt 114 ica a act *!-
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Ian~a'Cadr. I.:. i.'.4Id Amn'tsertdanl Ja n1
iatr" I.N r -4,-t. aol rre.tois. .J mai-,.
It ~ '..11I.at Lk psi cFL %(r 1
11' 118 1"41Au:a V*, M .4-Ira. VI' '
SCEOONmIaa.
Polio%,. iA-ia.. cnttery Roads lane.c2
NAVAL 8TWHES MAltKKUr
trjp'.srtow1 Daily f'sr The News Vip
31,.arm. A. M1. Mosrs A Cop


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8r:].T5 TI.PZTwI..Z--I ; oonlt.
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup is the best medi-
w ...i'. .: '. a: '.. ,t a t J ," ', it -
Sr.' .l ion r


Three Large Stores
:.', ; .,f I-" ,NI T I I:. '," t;,.- t
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-',.. :i i; I,. -:a' t Pr,-tty. n--:a:!y-


NT. P. PR0,'S
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To t le ladies:


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SPEI4L IPOTICEs.


HO


CLEARING SAL!


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


prices....


A Special Sacriiice!


.;,.i Pairs Ladi'-' Vici Kid SpriniL'
Ht-el Batton and Lace Sha-' 'I


for only


$1.25.
REGULARR PRICE $21>0.


Gentlemen,


Don't Miss It!


tA SHORT TIME:
THE ONLY TIME,
AND CASH TIME.


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


$2.50.
REGI LAlt PRICE $35 ).


-o About l
thel Low-
SCity.

I


Don't ,o-.e Time and g
Pricing. We Still Lead a- t
est 'ricit SIh)w Hous- in thei

Your-. for Slhoe. ant


TRXUNIK


/. GUGENHEIA


FOR BEAUTIFUL


and Draperies of all kind-,
a- we-ll a.is -verythiint; in lth
Furniture Line, call at
T?, Escainia Furniture Coimpany's.


iOHEN


SPRI NG


,' We are prepared to welcome our
" home and visiting people to see our
Spring Line which we are receiving
a. rapidly.
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We positively carry the largest and
most tasty line of Ladies' Shirt Waists
in all colors and prices.



Our Stock is Immense!


Y f1 / \ -'! ,


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A big line of Ladies' and Children's


Slippers just received.


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


A T. Millinery,
t .. 's..
' ;,t ,"f Furni,'"hhin : and ( 'I/, d,.1 a. ,o.St .;."
Given Away.


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


- YTou arc CorilaIy iitc to Visit Cur Mf otit El.tablishmint ?.


We are Invincibles in Low Prices
This makes our Success.

S Mail Order- Promntiv Attndd t,).
Trade Disc,,uut of 6' on all Ca-h & 'u :ch..-.' .2


SCOHEN, FREEDMAN & CO."

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W.3. WRIGHJTCOMDPANY,


LUMBER, LATHS,

I II 'AWED CYPRESS Sf"JINGLES-4KiIR-DrIef Sip;
RUG8i PES A C()I1,A. FL A.


RT T IZ NWSI' WIT COLUMI !


F. E. BRAWNER'S*


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IS ARRIVING!


To make room for them the remnant of Winter

Goods will be sold at Sacrifice Prices.

Here are some of the Bargains.


Waool I'na2'-"ri.hit-. reg,.iiir 4''..'valIup

re t-.uar i12 goitc. for thiai -&e
.;-'/.-.:ash HFat'k a-fII'air-t'ionsririts'?ma
hajlf wastot -, ass.r"v iWaa' --v ,'ii-e r.
Iw- U2]11,4 &Iv-. poyara!

sa:a'.p.'Pr *......

-.'r. ,-r t h:i.s '.pr ytar.
4.-'ca' I i ''flris-t ta. blaek a-sn l .allI
'"d-.ai lW-a4 an~tsi zk w'arp. r.--gjart
7: a.!:.c qa-'i1r. fo r tt'ln .. -r
Yard. 58 a:A
B..i' rzac'adin- nan' bin'r--.r...:.
1's.. ..for this svile. per yar 1.


W arpt u ':.?


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[D [nuu x PI

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'as-'st Stronge.t.'
R KEN r Ia.(ff4'I,..
F `1-1111ing A;, ply Ia., Will.I


F &cN JTURkE F obR '4AT-F---f,
leaving tbv City. Apply at*. a-
ragosa sit re..
I 6 ALF-V0ift-'..n actIVoitt
K.flene. with scciod .Vt ro Iii -A.
'.Ihle -ewai3 oua.' alAtd wtllIii. Sr-
roA Iau h rep ITiltIs-# resoi t h o -, '- aI
Landi runs aolonegratcht as? wmv .t 1. t
road. I ;t)asl !'oil. ?4;stlsrit iti !a 1*.
fairn aor caiburisan tsati Prik- )qiI'
to K. Will exenuuallgefo~r city lria.p
NO! .a' ,IIAl.F.-NIv'rtl.-.,r.- 4..4 111; tsr' at
p'tia saInd H..u.-'v 'uc.'- air 'ia
tt n.'I 1haw. ,3fcMiltan. P'lth A..


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F nit'.. ?s':' i K .-a.i ia hw-v I
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4'. W at-., .It
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I t :s* ,I IItIf, *'aInsa M,- ..5


A N r w. i t.
I aV.it -i.-l i t" o *''

Prl %VAN tI-'a '


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A %TF I'-- AIf kua. u
_" h 15-Y 'JO U L, I Au 1-4''

WAL~rK1)-oieIbgtfor b)*tt-tS.A
Waor [ito.


V...N1 and Ijuept-rarjtrn i Dow
Its tli tb t'rvn it. tneb feedoona'at
wir of k'alisfrv and Jawksaasrj;_
trane.. ou Jack ton. Terms82.upt-'

AL.AND) FEMALF M4144 H"
i~co-rnoir ('hmse and E'evalil,,.t r.
part-0s faor capleg"a or hu'aiotia'.' .1 if -
dt-1.pr! flpai. N: (l t toi iit, b.-..





MI-I I i*1-tt, Em r I, ,n' i W. -

LI Dand doal-v in "~aijut. r *i k' a
MArtic luues~. Har ola-na.. 24W.
11ho Urmi nhnPrme.iist


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in~x l la4n'j/l/(o.ai lhll'

Their prices are/fs'


Si
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- ~. a.-.- --. .. -a- t 2~ 4t .to2A j~.co;niplete, l


4


Anyone interested in
new and nobby gar- Remember the Place,
ments for Boys' and
Children's wear, should F T E R
call on Rice's represen- m- 1
tative at Merchants _mM____ ____m_


,, ,, will sell yoI iv ,' at ,,i .
on lon time.
'A V 31+" TryT t'Ix N l' ,,w a t


w-. -a' a-a .''2-f.t.Cs-.-


-.- 105 S. Palafox Street,


r- f'aid




of sald veistil.


0#9u 01#r1 4 WoJID.



for ra-tura St- E ~ :ztt-)n.




~ pri-ps.'t V;, v .. A

Dons negotivted. 6 to 8
Binkley & Daniell.
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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 14, 1900
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1889.
General Note: Description based on: Mar. 5, 1889.
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 Related Items
Related Items: Weekly news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Pensacola evening news

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TH


DAILY


NEWS.


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDA'"AFTERNOON, MARCH 14. 1900.


NO. 34.


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


*~:x~E BIEhS


i.~ BE CHL$IIED


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A .a-' I t- ur to conli 'wh-'tn tlhe
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iaitii ail ( ,ilii er u.ay they minean bu-i-

It ia le-.trnied that warrants hiavt'
actually h**-tj i-'ued for thirty if the
int irnuiii::"'ilt, reilublilcati in Ken--
tuc'ky. al-o four Brown democrats,
i.arlang thi'im with be-ixng accs..o-
ie- t-toire tli- fact in the mutrdetr of

1 ilyv two lv,. #,f tth"-,e w4rrant-s
:.;av, C* I. .:i\ .n to detectives, four
Sf w!.ic. :. vt already beon served.


ht tains pa'... in 4-1thei, L. & N_ lDa4@a.a
ki' a'it- F-lona any IBu.mnea4
a :, 1-Ic,tal~t i u t1 1 f)1vlA'.-op of J.


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.'I- Aan. vn r taiII; \!ei t4.C.. June' ~.id

In vT a'-e of in mmatiad VTuckerm.
folwrt Dev.Caua = a tia. m-d rglila wiaiIth
54 a a' *aIIaIg uoieai fro.i':, llr ii 'a j'ta-'-
lim, tt jw '. a ti'hat in a 'a-,ch raill'S f
Sarah Ete~ta I ;A,!3i ii'.t d aa of..ami-v'


I ,.n ~ c f .i a Fillmt',- C 1111fan

vr.-'a agraic. w!M'arc 7 -". fc.4ar lesItIh.
covr.at'rt N a l-.ofi aie'!firm ockJ Per.
Viga IC. a'a' Li&'(1t. irAted.e o
*s v. Mr. lI-Te wiasey froim Mknown(in
-at. t.Ian mdr a~i r alt ur:ea'ua'ta rweasl
iiulrrat aita- o 4 rymetriwy n
it- Jacarge ,saaiaet-ioi ta h- s.U
.' ::an psat Expue1-.n

_'rm ,I-rKn w. (M tiarc h A -n ha L e x-
lb,,,.@'f_1 Lhe PMa:'.$ e I?. -x'iou reached
in:i n er. a enr ofntheoardtheof J iter-

.-:IAifl-l transpoairt uoacfrom HavIan a.
o',ether larekacompnrtafi-e 0 ag aip

wtyiI v .i re orarded13to Havre cx-

ib.t~ He.-%'.s eFpoitiourecd
ta: W f~ oa nbadteUme

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tion that I receive no tinan,.ai com.rin-. to the bravery and ders:ion o the men
nation and that a share o: tOe profit ue who fought lor the conteiertwy. Tae
u-ed for moine benevoa.nr work ,,.il past. he saii. would take care of itlel.
na-red the week becmirm:ing Tu."rday, lie sa i it was tla. problems of btie pres-
M.arch 13. :'AJ. as the week o10: ta -x ent and tne future that the men who
perTieut onoe were toes woald have to tight out
** \Vin tn:s Un ier-tr.n -,ng af the n. together, shoulder to shoulder.
d cIt o: t:ie ;,' er" tU r vi k, 1 wI,, s;ate
iu t .irt :tt --orai ,'ar:' Aso antl politir':
**It wi Le newspaper. 'Ine wri d
*ew. w :,+ de.laid .a. anything in BH O o
the way of da:.. events that tne pu.)
*.,.. u a:" to know for its ideveipm t nt,
aui p ower in a life of rm!hteousnes. :- t*1 I ,- -" : titi t di- -
On the liquor question the p per ;a H1 : tt.r- t ,,,::,'h i B ttil :r-
w:l advocate the pronibl tiou of the ik,- -.tt. bl..- L. I y IL ..t
'sho e itqur business from Maine to : --t w"LI .,and ke.ep- well. :. k,. it
Caf. rna>.-and an around the g.obe. By regularly. It will k t;, .L h,,w :
pr>obta:ion I mean the total extinc:ion ..-* Iv t in cur.. ,'..-:e -til 'i h
of the curse of ruaking. selling. buying :,rdNr- i- Iy ;,p(i:> i -', il.
aud dr.nki'g intoxcating liquors. its -li;- .i-!: live. w.-ak kid -. I ti :-
extinction by legal enactment, by per. ri, feve, and a.-il". .4.. t* :t
scnal total abstinence and by every Private eienute aSla nia c-,v:r- ::
form of state. home. church and school itck of tt.*, bottle.
education that Christians can devise.
*The great social question of the age A .afegiiar. Hostetter's
will be given prominence. The se:flsh-
news of mankind in every form of greed, Arain-t Stomach
commercially and politically, will be icBitteSr
cousidrred a &of more nosi co- K Bi


Makes the food more delicious and wholesome
_____OT V mma o pow ot co., mn roi


SO I IW Ptalm4 1 4W Oto.YhAt.
j 1 L L,. t .... -, \, :ill ,1 1,. .... i.il .ngage-
Mes:ure to-e ;ntt.,e d U on1 ti , ,iply witli thtt
-,u t. t It 1 : ll ,11 IlN lt i 'fia t thatI
Measures to Be Acted Upon at l:ln. \\,.t.-n ..ni,. t, \\stiin>to.n aW I
This Session. : ,, ,,,,, ,, ,r ; i a.
. ... - T,; \ ,'l t i' r :1i, I, I :: t I ;1 ; 't lit T0 fo -


S LUA EDITION quence to u as a people than many
ll n EDITION other matters which too often engage
the time and attention of mankind.
SThe paper will declare its abhorrence
ofF T war as OPEKA CAPITAL o t is being waged today. not
UOF TOPEKA CAPITAL in Africa, but in the Phiiippine and
____ everywhere else.
"The main purpose of the paper wiil
FThe first Issue Will Amount be to influence its readers to seek first
the kingdom of God. A nation seeking
to 360,000 Copies. the kingdom of God first of all will in
time hind right answers to all die ated
question and become a powt and
OLD READERS DISPLEASED usef matioa.
"**My God bless the use of thiS paper
to the glory of his king4om on earth.
l-gutslar Subscrib-.rs lBought Other CaAKLZS. M. SHELDO. ."
P.apers-Peeyer oar First i'age- lb.e
iper-r Ipol :rsFirst lae- WILLIAMS IS AGAIN RELEASED
3llnl-lt r' Policy Ou:lnluedl In Lfad-
Ing E1 ter al. Sherrifof Clnrke County Disappointed
Io Not Gaetting im.ln.
Tr i.A., Mar1h 13.-The first issue of A t. arch Pegleg" Wi-
the Sheldon edition of the Topeka Capi- h a e
tal went to press at 2:37 this morning, liams. the famous Georgia emigrant
.I; minn-e. earlier than the usual timo. agent, Is out on bond and Srosumnably
Mr. :-he.din stayed in the cfceuntil has ieLt the state. The officials of
Clarke county, upon whose warrant
Williams was arrested Sunday after-
noon, are demanding of Fulton county
officers why he was released. The
difference between the county officials
of Olarks and Fulton is likely to prove
a serious matter.
Sheriff Gibson came to Atlanta Satur-
wday' morallng for the purpose of taking
"Peg lag" Williams to Athens. He
states thas ho called at the Jail Sunday
nigh and received the impression from
f the offioert chnrg that Williams was
looked up. Jst Gibson was informed

tithat hewoaN sot be released without
Sthe knowledge of Sheriff Nelms. Gib-
sm says be called again at the tower
yesterday moralag and finding the
*' sheriff away he received the same an-
S-e swer from the officer In charge.
L ICGoing to the office of Dr. Nelme
cTaTBA. owG ATIO.A.. l af, i nal llyG, Gibson states he was told that
PELA. WUasN MIL. SEsLoo.N PA IZaHA William. hld bees leased on bond the
the peems started ad carried home wish day before and diat the maa hadn't
him she rest copy *f she paper. been in the tower in 12 hours.
All she mails were caught and the --
press was hptruoina untilabout m oon NEGRO EXODUS IS CHECKED.
today, Frintiag something over I.O 0 ..
ceples. The rest of the edition will be 0ue Tao.u.-.ai Are Dasppoltuted amti
printed tIn Chicago and New York, for W\ilt II.v. ,0 Rs(UIals.
which matrices will be sent daily. The AimN, Ga.. March l&-The negro
mnagetmant of the paper says the mail-
ing list ead city circulation now contain exodus hAs received a check and it is be-
850.000 copies, and that fresh ordereare i 'ove. tbt the greater number of dark.
ecming by every mail 25,000 yesterday. ies now trying to emigrate will return
Mr. Sheldon was a& his desk again at to the farms and go to work. The white
8:28 this morning.
The paper wasenot entirely satisfao- fartner. have kept large numbers num-
tory to the regular subscribers and out- bs of darkies in provisions during the
vire papers have been bought freely to- p~ winter and now they are skipping
day'. their contracts. That is the reason
Contents of the. Papr. why the farmers are raising a howi
The first item on the first page was a about the matter. A number of plant-
prayer written br Eishop John A. Vin. ers were here yesterday having negroes
cent of the Methodist Episcopal church. arrested who hbad jumped their con-
It is as fcllow, tractd.
-A morning praver and resolutin- Sunuday morning at 3 o'clock at the
'I will tr, this day to l1-o a bin,,7 .board Air Line depo, the sceno beg-
* sinere. e erone life, repelling every gared drecraptiou. Fally 1.00 negrues
tacuhii( of discontent, self-seekang and were there awaiting an opportunity to
anxiety; cultivating magnauimity. self- get off, but the opportunity nevercame.
c,,u:rol and the habit of sileuoe; prac. 'here were no tickets provided for
tic:un e.ouomy, chaerfu:ness and help- them and they couldn't go. In fact,
fn:n ',4. the railroad shut down all sales of tick-
S'And a I cannot in my own strength e? on orders from Atlanta, restricting
do thai. or even with :% hoe of suc-ess sales ab.oTutely to those who paid cash
attempt it, I hank to T'nes, ob I,'rd, mr here for their tickets. That. of course,
Fatnbr. in J.-.us Chit,.. my Savior. and cli.ckesi the movement and the darkies
abK !or the gift ot the Ho.r Spirit." cou.:dut get away.
A t,age was devoted to local new Illtlt) I'i, (;GAVE.
and the leadingrfeaturesot today's issue
were report of a temperance revival A -t:,rtlitig incident tof which Mr.
anudan ant lgarettenmeetiua. Mr. Sue!. J- .!," i. er of Ph ilad-Ilphii. w:a t!'e
don instructed the )oltoe re-orter tbt -ihj-.gt. is narrated by him us f,-l-
in cAo of a murder or other crnmu to lw-.: I w.-a in '* mo-t dreadful
wr.te a bare statement of the fac:s. If c,'niitionl. Mv skill was :alllntt yel-
he had the space to spare, instead of low. ,.' StIunken, tonlgue coated,
filing it up with bth usual d-tails, he pain con itinually in back and sides,
would go into a discussion of Mte causes :n :j;appetite gradually growiniv
leading up to the crime. weaktr day by day. Three phy-i-
Une stage was g.ven to telegraph >'i;ans thad given Ine tip. -ortunate-
news. whith ordinarily occupies about ly, a fri-nd advised trying 'Electric
three time that space Tae Aio;,Aieid li:ter-,' and to) my great joy and
Press report was necessarily b.ue pan- -urp>ri-. the first bottle made a ide'-
ciaed with a vengeance. cidhd improvement. I contituitd
The marks reports were cat from their IIe for three wCe(k. and aim
four columns to one. Ail quotations c now ia wfll mian. I know they saved
stwkis and bonds. giving options and i y life', and robbed the grave of, ap-
other matter involving transactions in .th,,r victim." No one should fail
futures. bays been consigned to tbs to try themiu. Only 5(1 cents per bot-
paste basket, and -ony the actual cash t,*, :t W. A. D'Alemberte's Dru'
prices of grain, products, etc., will be s.mrf..
q uoted. ..
A notable feature of the paper will SHAW'J CORDIAL WELCOME.
be the method of handling advertise-
meats. The familiar cor et advertise- (',1m,,,111,.m--u. meets of the magastnes, accompanied c ,v.. by 'ontl..ratet. Vet.eran.
by cUM. have sought in vain for space. .-eeral Albert
N. retail advertisementes from Kansas AILA.. March 1.-enal Albrt
City or out-of-town tradesmen will be DI. Shaw. commander-in-chief of the
accepted. Mr. Sheldon holding that this trand Armylf the Republic, wasgiven
wonid be an injustice to home mer. s reception by the confederate veterans
chTe twent.y-doilar suit.of-clothes-.for. of Atlansa that in cordiality and sin.
14 7.5 styleof advertisinugis aiseobarrei. ,eritv wil equal any greeting he may
8!....,s Poulicy A.seuuu..e-.. rceiv.j from the ason veterans le wall
The leaitng editorial was an out- i-oct on ums present tour of inspection.
.ne of the paper's poitcv during the T' hint Was proven that the old vete.
week and in prt is as fo lows: rans who wore toe gray harbor no en-
I..ast December the owners of the maiy agamins their foes.
Topesa Daily Capi al asked me to as- Te ,peeches of Genera Shaw. Colo
sume entire charge ot the paper for one nel Hle.phill aund C.l.i)el West were
wea and edit it as a distinctiTve.y on broad lInes. TIhe utmost good fel-
ti.Cristan danly. nowhip was shown.
.' Nrl ted r.e mnvtatlhn eu coudi- General Shaw pa.d glowinw tributes


Sinmon and I arter.
| a0-'i:iii'r <'4 t ,:t l zt, .,'l li:.t'l".4 S ilL. l .3
t l,.' It I'. ,f c i ha -, i tt,- ihto' 4tlher day
u ir I :: .; l 'i l "'s :I :r ,,iin 1 > ii < \\ ,'* Im " :5I
l'...l. .' '1 a In t r : IT .1 ..i.-. l- out aI! ."
S* *.nl .t. I.; xr 'i i I -; .ti for th'.


h, i\ S ii ;lialll :tl.t 1 I -*:It tUpioj l
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l',j tl \, : ] ,;iplt- :a.t I Ii ~a'. rt l; .1 i

a '' ,'r i-,' atl l', rb'l,,tt Ili:It .-,II:;tlr Siti,.u
-hlia\''el iurt, l a qIl litI ;'" :- ntall it Nv.v.m, w'iith lh1 itrilla-t igr,,d feel-
Ill: thlilt C'arte'r t'ilt,'rmcl iin i ntiierattu-
lhitioni~ to the new tiw r-,Ini s -uaitor. wh ,
lad made a dl,'i lld het.
AuRTunrn W. WIW'X?.

TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take lAsxative Bromo Luinlnae Tablet*. All
"ruglgts refund thb money If It falls to
sure. -'. W. Wrove' silgnaturei is cn sMet
box. ;5t.

(JGoe Into Gimn Trust.
ATLANTA. March 13.-The deed of the
formal transfer of all the property of
the Winship Machine company to the
Continental Gin company of Delaware
bhas just been filed in the office of the
clerk of the 'uaiton superior court. The
Continental iGm company is a recently
organized company, capitalized as 3,-
00u,000 and chartered under the lIwe of
the state of Delaware. It is composed
So five of tne largest cotton ginl ans.
factoring plants in the country, and the
plans for its organization were first pus
on foot last fall.


Iatl t : it l.r t Tia tll, '. a.xa mil.n rl nc .lude. s of Races,
lf ,. l,'l' '. islllfS- "i lI "'**"r 't 'FT ilik ,')Ill-
;*itaa. 1, h,- it. l.'a .la full t., ,l.t, n'lin.' NASlVILIE, March 13 --M. I. Me.
Sla:tl shlbt. h- ,..i,, anidl t ..II ator ,f Farlance, secretary of the Memphis
t:tki:.:I, thtrm iip. p.-|i..-'iill'. :,- tI .:' i.. a Jocke7 club, ban a e-opted the position
.'ry i:'inoril'l jiutirnmic'nt. lng which begins April 28 and contit
till May 35. Associated with Mr. M
Ih, nrl..g, It, sonares,. uarlanoo will most likely be Jacke s
1'-"- l' h *.al al''. a 'l i Ith, I :- ft t n mih of Cincinnati and W. B. Obe t.
a..r1 I- 1 r.-ti i;>t l at 1 tle.- pa',rat "f. ''" ham of Nashville. but n.ther of these
.,: la'a'-',- la,, 'l : t ;:i\.' p]..pila.- ani a i gentlemen have yet indicated accept-
l',' ,' oa ni- t' ,,n aIall ance. .nee


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A. It. Die Flifent, a .dit,- r a of the
.1 riiii'lr I)oyles-town,. hi,,~. itffored
far a numbe r of y-ar ra irm irheuma-
ti-ii in hi-a right shoulder and -sde.
f -'ayvs: "'.My right :ormn at timnale
wa;- **ntir,,ly u-ce-l-.. I trit'd ('Ch'mn-
berlain's.- Pain I.liin, andi wa- W ur-
pri-ed to receive relief almo-it linm'-
Idiatt-ely. Their Pain itlmn hi:- b *en a
coiIstanit compalnon of tmineP ever
.-inre'and it ,,,vear flailk." For ,inal
bI H-Ia[ntmah Ilros.., i South Palaf,')
strpeot.
Serviceable Waxons.
lt'-t material, be t ironinirg, latest
inmprovenents., lowe. t price-. The~eA
terms apply to thea A I Wagons sold
l,v J. M. Hilliard &C(o.

Co'lling. tho- Alba IHaywod Co..
ithe cele-brated comedian uippor'ed
b y -',-veralt i utl iw al ;i rti-t, of r'renown.
-Dan't fail to ) et tic'ke'-. Price 75
cei-ts. IeBnieft of IH P 0. Elkt char-
ity fund. Clutter'-i Hall. Monday
evelnin g. Il;th in-st. mln.tf

IMPORTANT NOTICE.
To tr. i rntract)rs anisd a. U'ral Publlic A t
SI',nIIacoln,
i Notice is hereby given that on and
after thie first day <,f April. 14U. Bao
Sn"ino inechantic o l.a r -r will work
,on any lbuildirng with any noa-tinion
iii('i l whrp th-l rei i-* .111 a organization
,of -4aid craft nnder tho' juri-diction
af th, 4 'eratral Trad' .* (',ltin Jil
Instf J. It. Joi 4I'A.'.

IlandlsomeC picture, bric-
a-brac, etc., in endless ar-
SraIf t rock bottom prices at
Ia'trston Finch's.


Who is Rader ?


He's is the Furniture
Man.


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Your Credit is Good
1F',r artytli;.' ian irm ,it--. WV .ave
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D'AIemberte's.


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EARLY AD)JOURINMENT DEMANDJED.


I oiama a-m% .t~aillinig'vire'aiof llear~inoz
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11tiii tla. ''. N% ahi is sa-Imet-mIA t 3 t a'h' -oat- 11
grea', i.)la ;:Lratiga Ii laro-ramiahiil aflaIi'si-
Il.a.les .a I''* aliisiqlacrcmlis iiai taC ap1ilt.
a sviro..-.st tlim! Ii j tpnqwrig a'at INiusoc
tori Sq'aloi~la o ofIlaills A laitlhi rm' l.)la,'
taken ii;. at thimS .Saitif~. I 'nithe Iml
cveisity and hal li ty m' l'aio-d'uay t-uta.'r ititt(
the ltrii ja of what imaaasuras
sliaailel eIw actead upon. 4 of course- it is
%\t'. eItinilferslieAthal t lstthe P orto Rlican
bill mus looie aa .d1111alpoj41taly thet
Sp ooiner taill at-ea 'ring I ha Imoll4 y 4of I lia
cuuw.r'a t, latIi % a- lto thi- I'll i ippli a's.
Boa'siatla.4#ba. t here 4an. Ithe A las-k~ea 4.44t
11ill. l-a wtalalch l.ai C IN iaa11(p t~jaatoiai. iinal
Ita.h l i ajli h lt.1111 taia'ta '\\.ill aaia
I tak trin it m irto. a'.it w irI Ta 1.r laaili
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2 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 14, 1900.
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EMPLOYMENT OFFICE.
Ring up 3s2 or call at the office.
11 North Palafox ,trest, when in
need of a carpenter. H. I). Hoffman.
Buaiinep- Ae-int of thii C'rpent-r's
and Jie.r-'" ,("nii with the de-ired help ,,n short no-
rice. i, t f


THE SPORTING WORLD.
lz.'x !i..I-~'.n T' ut a .liz u~zire In




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GAS


RANGES


S e
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All Connected
Ready for Use
for...


ILI 0


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


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




BUiS Siet Ipa Tr i.


PNSICOLA GAS CO,


No. 3 8. Palafox Street.


James Huglies'


Boiler Uforks


Steamboat and Sawmill


.Work a Specialty.


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THE HEINE ACADEMY OF MUSIC,
MISS EVELE E? M. HEINE. Priocip.,-.
MISS IDA PIAGGIO. A,,itant.


Best Patent Flour.
Our 1,'s/ 1,.*< / ] ,7,''
Patent is 'he stsf i',r thft/
can be /,pr i'f,,,i (t/ / meill.
Fornf Ile' .''ot / -o ., (t
the bevt lr'/av',(-7'at Food; non
the market.
.A411 made 4b The E.
Standard .1ill Co. anti flfr
sale byi .'c' (Orleans (;ro-
cery Co.
'A.N. J'.IIH;I[.
Phowne 105. Proprietor.


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Mother's rlend
which makes childbirth as simple ar.d
eas- as nature intended it. It :s a
strengthening, pene:ratmg l.n:rnent.
which the skin readily atsorrLs. It
g.vss the musc!eselast.ci'y and igcr.
prevents core breas:s. morir.g s:c:-
ness and the loss of the girish ft:gre.
An i.tellient ir t'. r in IB .'::, r P.
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t,, ,.ty $5 per b1 ttic lr it."
(; : re. $1 per bottle.
THE BRADIIELD REGILATOR CO.,
Atlanta, Ga.
'Write for our free ilWstr at.' book, Before
Il.t, y is Born."


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Ov eretorLed.
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as!hed the young- author.
"No."' rujlied the editor: "we'vo .a
whiole kopj e of themn out on th~e veldt."
-I'blladclphia North AurncrLan.
Sub-cribt. to tihe WLFKI.N 12e NV`'' .


OPERA 11OUSE.

MUSIC! MIRTH!
aO-jc;IITr0S -,
BEGINNING IONDAY1 MAPEII 12.

Tuesday and Wedn .SdusY.




Wilbur-Kirwin
OPERA COMPANY.



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FAD (IFOTUNE'S'


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REPRESENT iWENTY-TWeo OF THE
LEADING FIRE, LIFE, MARINE.
AtCIDENT. FIDELITY. PLATE
<1I.ASS AND STEAM BO'LER IN-
H -RANCE COMPANIES .......
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andl~ even enter pri vate a partmnents in the
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rmeniror t ri wle~ in Ids re-int ( A4~Tmlfl
trip en-flint 1 niiozthe'r thit~at tw.. )t
t"~ supply the three little I n-tows~- xwith
ptire. fresh zni 1. l'rosh fi-d44 for t hie',.
C4'ws was always ordurt-d ahevad by tele-
graph.
At C. Tbonipsmei's.
(ru ii 's 1.adlit-mC N eeto Plapr i'and
(.i nbr idgt.' Iin#-n ianmd Eiv ye Iopt -
Invitatiexi Paper and Envelopes.
Uni Iitii1a~let.
Froet-ted Velnit a ild VI.:ij v# 1. ipe-.;

,t general a-.4rtmv! 't of tat iono.-ry.


Do You Want

To Be Pretty?


fATTENTION, LADIES I

Are you sunburned,
reddened by heat. florid
-is your complexion
ln A30


We've got the
thing for you:


Cream De Beaute.
Highly recommended
for a skin beautifier. It
will remove freckles
and make the skin
clear and smooth.
PARKER DRUG CO.


For Sale Only by


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21.7,S-t h I iitfipX St.


Indigestion!
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GROCERIES GENERAL IN


The Well-Known,
Up-to-Date Store


HENTZ & CO.,


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M. F. GONZALEZ & CO., Prop s,
N1 an u actI u r--'-
CHOICE M CALi AN D l'LItI. (jtbNID

-AliIt-k Ee""dfr-au 14.' Helwn'.Msiufao'::r.r--a
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for Iffants and Children.
The IKind Vl-YuIf AIe l d11011-01r~t !: hIrvt i'
Itire of (mw-%. IL. Fletche(r, aTnd 11.1 i 1) 1311 0' uIt- uI,'
p~ers~onal --iipervi-ilst, for over 4: ,*':Iyr-i. -' I4er.it..
to detcciveV4 oll .;It 111b..(Comiterteiti. h :iitaf iois
6',11t't-as-r.oodl" are' but I.xperiImcnt*. .IEI*IInI..e!
health of Childreii-l~peris-y-e against L~.NIeritu.'t.
The Kind You Have Always Boii9
Bears thhe Signature of




In Use For Over 30 Years.
TME CENT*UU COVAPAPNY. T? inURRAW SNRCE. *SW YOn C'VY



Chas. H1. Tttrnen,


a-ARCHITECT*:


---AN ID---


General Contracto


A Complete Plumbing Department under *!
Management of E. B. Morey.

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No. 19 S. Palafox St.


: Telephone No. o,,


right Citizns National Bank


OF PENSACOLA.


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~ mi;tlyAttended ',L 4.Q


SOLICITED.


Thet


Laundry


I PHIKFR LWUlDR OF Wi FLORD!


Car11e Awlr Alit-Wion~l


U.'F~O H4.27 E. GARDE.
.9~.)Qj., XJED O.P.AN;D DELIVERED R.4.
vV.'r R INGRAHA X, Vpism'y

ES~TABLIShHED I1863.


McKENZIE OERTING &


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Ship Chandlery and General Hardwuar-
608 ANDI 005 S. PALA-'OX STIEIT.

REVERE COPPER COMPANY. JOHN A. ROEBLINO':, .o.-
GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUSHEL& SON'S PUMT-
Cumi, hrdpil. ailtsai. ils. lutical listriuitis, tirts, lcirts,. hi
COMP49SER.. LOGS., TC.
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THE UNITED STATES


OFFERS TO MEDIATE


Tenders Services at Request

of Kruger and Steyn.


SALISBURY HAS DECLINED

i '-pre l-ntat ivt of <(.Fretol' (;Governmn .ut
ISays Nritliher Fran- Nor Iu> teta <.Cas
Ar' Mu.t i:ai e Fruanu ti tiniluy or
t ha. I n' I sel t.tt ia.
.L ,ii ,., Mlarc' 1.3 Tho nuit. d
>tates government. at tCl1 request of
i'retden: Kruger and President Steyn,
a._ ,I.reod to the i'i.-tish government
iti e.rv'.:Cs as medliar r. with a v'ew of
Lr.:.n.ig at '. ,t peace in South Africa..
Sn.- 'n.ed -tat-s charge d'affaires.
iltrv \Vti::r-. siw Lord Sa'isbury at
th.> ;. r.-:gu fi_'c tnl evening nud re-
Ar : ,r::La; reL.,y from the British
, v.roiii "I lec.iiming the good office'
a.: ;">i.. i :'ates in regard to peace.
It :-, ,u isrt .o ,d that the rea.onu of th.-
prr-:"! *-* a:- I :re tical with thoae already
S : r 't .\ l 'at -i Pre't'
it-e t.t-rview turv., e'i Mr Wnhie
at' ; nrl ~..:- ''ury wA~a vcrt O:et, toe
. .-.:.;'r i t'llingl K 111i.ufil to a cu'rt-
- u. v.-rtAl Ih. -.luatijLi. ltuour euter-
il;d 'a, t i.';4l.5.
A. ., .. : -r.t.ii Pdr:s iv a relro
s-,lt.t-.v,' ,i tie Asiu,,".':aed l'resd has
*'U e.e i .r.,:: :t respungib.e inouth'ilece
f ine ren:j'i .iovarm v ta!a tut :u>l.owiing
-.1 i. 11 a:, t.'r ,f ii Te ntiln U in toe Atigio-
.r ., ra l war, wuich. it is iawd, tais
,.--n Itsd by President Kruger.
I ;* tf ..t ,u que.'i :a sAid:
\V. be.:eva it is true toe 'TransvaAl
ni is be;It a r-'Ilet-' to tne powers for
tue r intervention, though up to this
m, rning l're-ildnt Kruger's message
has not rescued us. As tar as France is
.onr*erned. she certainly will not take
the mitiative in otlaring England medi-
ation. nor wili Rouaia. for the dual al-
liuaui-e is uatraily working together in
this question. We feel that in the
present excited state of public feeling in
England. and especially as regards our-
selves, any step taken by the Franoh
government would defeat Ut own objeot
and instead of opeuing a way to bhoor-
able peace. won.d act as oil on flames
and probably only create frosh compli-
cations.
**We consider that overtures for medi-
atoo most emanate from some power
woose corliat relations with Eng and
prevent such a suggestion being con-
strued as an unfriendly act. The em-
peror of Germany. for instance. might
take the initiative, or President MoKin-
lIsy witunut fear of creating thebo fric-
tion wniau stands i the way of any
such ac:io u on our part. and after this is
done full reianrn cnh be placed on tme
un.;ua,;tied u.npport of France ani Haus-
l.a. wnnse only de r,' is ta set, thz en!t
of l,.o.,'ditei and who are eager :o len I
tL-- r uoi uftices in ringingg abont [tii
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I .1.p'aa1'ao' illa Iiio alIT -(.raiateai.
1.'a- 'Ma. rch 1I In ithe house o'
-r ii T Li'y t tit pr,- .i; -'r. I. ai- at
Iburr. r.'a i tha Prit.su gov-.-muerit's
ro vto: !i':t-,'u len: Krugeor and Iteui.
-ent . or S 'I~necoCn(.u ling sentenc~a
uia,....'wa: 'lHr majasrzy's goveru-
!t't-ini ID v an -wer v,)ur ha,'lon''a tea-
a~l r~ *.3'ute itI- n'I iataaJ'are.1 ta
a'-at'that itt i.' ;s iencre o' rittm-r t le
tii-a Afrour:.auni u-w i' ft 113 O-1 i
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DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION.
i nitak.lyv I ht l) at W'i llei (C'htatinged
roaen .lt. J 4
a --,'a t :i, M ar.-h I.. -After a e-
.,3 ,a- .ti.g il. i:.';0 this ring the
.ub,.onitiillitte of te I )DeiuJcratic na-
:.onal committeee met again today at 10
o'c l.-k and resomed the discussion of
plans for th national convention in
July. It was decided that when the
"ominirtee adjourns its meeting here it
would tie to some tiue in May.
l)(scusing the subject witn the local
rai'roid committee. the subcommittee
decided that it could not change the
date for holding the convention from
July 4 witholi me consent of the entire
Committee and the onInion was ex-
preteied that no change of tiat date
will be made.
Ex Governor Stone, a meiuber of the
committee, when asked by a reporter
regarding the possibility of Benjamin
Harrison cnteosing wita President Mo-
KIinev for the R-pnb.icsn nomination.

**That's ail stuff and nonsense. Mc-
Kinley wtil be renominated by accama-
ton. Nno other candidate wiii even be
mentioned. Then we'll beat h:m.

AT TWO MILLIONS PROFIT.


. .eit i il Srlls to Irust I-or a 1Hig
('onsiderat Ion.
ia;u.tIO'i, March 13- -Tho Aetna
Standard mniil. which was parchaced
the latter part of last year by the Na-
tuonau a tel q lcompanyV (Moore Eros.,
has transferred it holdings for *,O,. O
.,1i to the American Steel company.
'h'A i a tn iucrcase of price over tile
-,rina' %um paid of c.ver$.-.0A4.00H
It a genterally understood that John
Ag.'I on. pres:,letnt of thte Aetna
'Starndard. wi. act in the same 'ti.cial
capa.'i:y for tae new tiuLt.


I -I' Iaa~alVoIpo'troyert t'v Va

jat S.:::t~-Ir rufml~repvai:e. "enn.
cia qI't'C'usatire started fr. ui the
c.-kocvns at th't Iplace and totIa. .v lev
?a.in:i'undry. mmchtne sh pe ami
c~ar'ia~~i ti 5flp)5conneDcted witt trie
'ron fu-na.e P;3. n. e ij-lo isabout:
U ".". ~K.An-i the awuit~nt of insurance is
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Another D.-We-y Welcam".
MEMPHIS. March 13 -- Preparations
for the welcome of Admiral and Mrs.
Dewey are now well under way. There
was an enthusiastic meeting ift Ihe cot-
ton committee room last night. Forty
members of the committee wbre on
hand and without any loe of ttiuoe they
entered at once Into the sp:rit of the us-
dertaking.

DAILY MARKET REPORTS.
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t), eiy at $1.20: re ceipts. (. $1 .
1'.7;>. I, $ K 82.7.< .%1. M1.8 .5,. N, ,
wtiudoWKlass 88.20: waterwhite s.l.,. 1-
cr.t, 1i.. tales 5.105: exports. *'i
WIL.MINL.US. M1 pentine nothiiDK doing- retelpt 1. 1 ,J n
pentine quiet at ir2a ^25. receipts .,. T'ai
steady at $1.2o: receipts Xul.


Lydia


Pinkham's


Vegetable Oompound
cures the ills peculiar to
women. It tones up their
general health, eases
down overwrought
nerves, cures those
awful backaches and reg-
ulates menstruation.


THAT DRAINAUL CANAL.



St l.'::~wpiiztip t atta Iu;.t thaa iru.
pa',';II*a.-tip iinaka' 'ater ,!qw up toll.-

I hi4:iag. bas wii t 3,(t r~~I St. 1Iiaui%4
t') thl. aoI'Tt..(Itf a-tYL*rinw T(-i' ~ijiply filters
at it rq.a'.tull 'i-qtit.---WmithAimixt-n Star.
A ntI v, \\ it r ,rthe aiptmiiag f thje No;
fi h (]i t, t.t;i. pi'bieawa j river hati g it t.)
ha. (la .l' 1--t a-r. It %% ill1 tie wiwt awl
1 lii.. i I..- Nw Y*-rii NW. n.

I i. i hn wav 01 t t by I thl. uiui#*
*!st* hut:', i.i hair.] 0,i.may

sI. is. I*. il it' ;,,i: ' t iijif r,,!uria.



Briar.the ~The Kind You HaveAkways BcL'gM'



Wt. ill I itmidp-r xair ljrv-]ilei =fair
c' 11- 0ali'h alt i akt.t'' t I'l 1


CfJALL AND INSPECT
11L-Iarg.' and ('oniplehto
1inl i) f frE.\ i i l ta



Five Thousand Rolls

I P:'r =,,# a i. 1'r:1 a'PC1,t11 1It- ..Y.
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Smoke DURHAM Ci-
gars at D"Alemberte's.


N vvrm it yttip captawn, ovv.-
~~"r nor c.otsitigntes of tit" Ni i
will ho' r.e'p'tio-
.uu u d i,1aelk o ti ppetL a a.t.)%


i tile l r *T so e m% o n ae. & u 13
l-' er-%% of said vv-a'l.
llliir il lt-lJ I A .D. I> ( N lI i lit.r.
CASTORIA .'.r.'()
; I~tr-, I ," : iw[( IIy ...<. (01,'m4t
For Infants and Children iNEITnHER the captain, own-

The Kind You Have Always Bought '.r- ,',li t ,,, for ,, .,,te ,
U "atal .- | for d tl.t t'Orat'ontrat.'tfJ )
Bears tne ly t1'rw of 'acid V'.use'l.
Signature otf i t7'a i.k rn'i-;t
i 47ltitllaii'. lailllt i


I' i/ou (rerreeuitd/ to ro to
house-keepin !. let Ala rston
'- Finish iffur//ih' four hottse
t'r i//ot. They iill sa're you
onei/. }'outr credit i4s: ood
Irit/ them.

Furniture on Credit
.M ,a-t th .nutifil liu: ...f -idt,' huirdls
''v. r how i in tlh, city. \V, rdtrobh .
witli Ili-- di.r- ,if .vtry l -crip-
to, a fr.in tl)t ,'ha:ip< t ta tlihe f, ine-t.
l ,,ll-t..;> -. 'cr,t.try <, .i- ,le-!antly
fiti-h,'l. d l a inet lil.P af cliitra t'lA "-t-.
a';,l v.-,.r t tit iI t'I (c ):it:iill'e i ti fir-t-
I:! -- fIrI it li r. -ator o at 0. N1. I' ryv r.-
i t I.Iti nI Fui iiin i >t o1,,ii-e .

THll: OiY'4TI-I Sl-ASON.
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;il "i.'-uur aif ti,-,. : iVa r t !,' Wa .k

t;.3y ir,, r ,f t!t day ,r h; :,:.

Who is Rader?

He's the Man that sells
Furniture so Cheap for


f Promilnent Alhabamlaii n iead.
NASHV:LLE, March 12 -A special to
The Banner from M-ntg omery. Ala.,
says: Colonel John 1i. loiquemore, a
prominent meriber of the bir, dic i to.
day frum to effects ('f a ri:rcse of pa-
raiysis. lie wa. a caujidate for United
States sector and very popu.ar. lie
had not been able to i:'a~g a canvass of
the state
lecltoil l .r rmnil t Railroad.
WASHINGTON. March 12.-The United
States supreme court today decided the
contention between tho city of Chicago
and the lilinc'i Central Railroad com-
pany over certain lands ou the front of
Lake Micnigan. The decision of the
Illinois state supreme court. which was
against the railroad company, wam
affirmed.

Cotton Labor Organlzling.
Co!.t'BI, S. C.. March 12.-"It will
not be many weeks before every skilled
laborer in the cotton nulls of this state
and the whote south will be a member
ot tho Textile Workerq' union." This


Of nedicinle that goa-4 ill i
pre~('ti pt iot il Il.d in t hi, store 1Q
pertectly pure.. Pure' drtigi4 mean it
,Apet-dy re(cilvery. Poo mi dfgs me'an
it ra4:qa'e. oU Want the best. LotI
it-. fill your larit-crliptl iom. taid sunhily
other irodcitmtru. W. T. ;roe.n & Cio..

Palaiftox -tr-t-t. l1,11t ,1F.i

PROFE& I) N A L ARDS.

Dr. ffareellu5 fflQreary,








DR~. Wmi. C. DEWBERRY.

OFFiQE-Hannah Bros.' Drug Stcre
RESIDENOIE-400 E. Jackion Stree


Wm., H. Marean, M. D.,


Acme Beer.

TlHE BEST BEER SOI.) IN
PENSAt'O)IA.

Dannheisser Bros.,

AGENTS.

Also Sol1 ty M. Perr, andi VM, Yates.


The Jug Trade

Is Our Specialty._--*

P'ronlplt )Aliv. ry : 1:;kl S t:i-fA.a tio.



Dannheisser Bros,
4,1 S~l .ut, l':i!.if.,x S r..


I'. (). aB .x 2" .


R alilrold E x '!; r ( ,,. IP't;<>ii *(,.



LODGE DIRECTORY

KNIGHTS OF Ir'YMLAS.
Pensat ola L Idge. No. 3. K of.,fP.
maeta rv.ryv Monday even-
I g at 7... at I'tile il.
In lluthi on hall. Wovt
t#1 IIt1iiiS *trttat.
'iatng li rolbrl i cordially
wlcoentd.
*^ II. Ho S. i. t1 C..
K. .&I .

W. o0. W.
Live Oak Camp No. I Wio4ilman of thb
World.
Mv t-4 tilrqt and third 'riday night .3
otch montlih. Visiting stiVr*mno r erlt-
ally itvi S. It. TIf A A IVE Clerk. C'. C.

CHAS. COTTRELL,

Artistic Photographer,
l:c i)M .;, I ll- :I HI B II.iN ..
204 S(l'TH il'Al,. tOl VTitREKT.
S.VItltiwtitlon ( iuaraiit ,Inte-il 1:& v'ry Par-
it ill r.







W0IlLISALI E110 iS,

Palafox Street.

Pensacola, Florida.


H,2mnathiwPe' ysian and Sultor BARGAINS
Lat.' Of (hAIAla ARG IN


Zf- n lo P-- 1 u 1 r *lsk oi c
Za!at t v ii t l'*itton iv t t, 'i. t ,

S"A ti I i rl i t l i !i l lirit :.
T'l, rtv ..,ir- k'riti ; I. ',it t l ; li.
li .t i 1 :. .,a. Ia. n 1 ) 1'- 11 .- 1'. 4;1) n i.
Kfto l, : ,iCf- ltioll t': ea~daac. Phona. No. 20).
Rrent.fl'ounf IRutildinar--t>hm a

Dr. Wilmer S. Hall,

DENTAL SURGEON,

Misoic Temple. Phoni 364.



Waited to buy all kids of sestal
laid Fireitir, Ierchaidlis, I c.
Aiddron Box i 142.


McMillan Bros. Co.


Coppersmiths,


General Metal Workers.

Mlanfactumrrs of an Huidquarters for tbe


Celebrated McMillan Seamless Turpentine Still.

Ciat Otits alin as u d, da rnd epairlt doe i bth coaf,.

MOBILE, ALA.




TIME TABLE.

LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.
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Estate.


$1000 i l, i. >v Itr- .,f ,'ir(ot nor'b
PW O uf tbctiii lt l I w.-'t f ai>uiiutB(f.
%%oocr III II I ,v $2000 1.... -
000 will li by f,,tr 4 s. ,,iD. blovkS
$3000 "al d a wofl siv n Ioin boU
This a property i1 in N.w (lty
4 0 wwil bll buyv 7: a'la b.l tuen ltig
$4000B |ayou a.n .ltl ttll' Hi'oi To le
proper rty lii a 4wat*r frorit 1o1 tihe bay. also
on Big Bayou and tLittllI Bayou.
if$5000 "'f '1uv on ..f ti" ,>.,t reil-
Ow vdn. '">on W*.- i Hll. llitat-re
on -treet -ririr it-. ha- .# ri nIis aridld all au -
*arl coDveiiliica",.
$600lrf will buy lirt itlli i]'.t ft front O0
$6000V Palafox str-t(. -',o tti i.f 'tre1-
ory ThiI can be' iirn 'iliat'ly titi lilf l or
bulline' si purpoiu .
S lyi\ ir l ll *uy l >ot t rti '-N ft front o.
v canlz arid l f It front wni Wrint. Thi>
prolpirtv hali niC, rc o tag.- i it,. ri nt l re is
plentiy of roaol tai E build i ldaz-in iioi -q muore.
$ 8000\ will tbuy a hlitimi'lirz- rotid-neo
OW 1on i'Fl-t lr,.d, fox and Tarragonua itre i-a.
se oo .d i mol -oU a'l far lk1.uildlimq.
Elegant prop -rty fir tr irk f.irmniarit and
,litry pa a'" e"i Tlnii. lt,' il ;ji. t outside
th city limitl.
$10,000 Li;I b':v I I.. t .1, t t,...i *
< V (jfp r; ,,f 11,. 'Iwt 1 w 1' feetl
front.



J. E. Stillman & Co.,

East Side of Plaza.


H. A. WATER-S,


Butcher and Green Grocer.

PHONE 172
Fi -l- 'l'a.:!i'--,'. ,i; N a mtti M ,. ( ('k 1-,:i- ci ii ( ',i, i.'r


Shop, Rear of Johns)n & Son's Store,
INTENDEN(CI.A S1 TREEI-KT.


JOHN McDAVID,


BEIrwz;N PENSACOLA AND JACKSONVILLE. RAL ESTAE AN BgOKERACE.


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CITY PIV)PERTY FARMING
AND TIMBER LANIP.S
FOR A I.E.

Loans Plseed at Reasonable Fates.


It does this because i s'atemnent id made by a member of tbo
Re a tuuio,)n taud there id aireadv evidence of
acts directly on the fer i t.e u i" T-i -I' at i owners have. ,,
male organism and makes far a iskuvw., agreed on no couc.rrt.i
.slc :i ,l> a u t l!t organization. buno
It healthy, relieving anI are opposed to permitting unions to be
curing all inflammation organizA dby their employes. while oth.
Ser p ,'n-iler that as ihe Iuills come to
I3 1JfSpiaomonCGfs. the c.to:, so will the labor sentiment

Nothing else is fust as oome0 to t"e tri s.
goodtand many things that I wiil rept y.ur wt;: i i
ijw,-Irv in flr-t-,'a -tvi,. J. I.
may be suggested are s. ;,..
dangerous. This great
medicine has a constant
record of cures Thou-
sands of women testify to ,
It Read theIr letters con- .

g y per g papers this "


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 14, 1900. 5


LEG [SLAV1VIF; CANI)IDAT1S-
And I)o-Irates tiptoi 0the utly i-onve'.-
tiori at P~owelrcmn. April 14.


r1.41 wi ug ar- t!t h' c:iddi t"- aIi-t
(''ma-" a anid "em1% t'ue legi-lattir'- at.]J ~ie li~t 'f deli -
Ve~tatien at I'ou-lt... April 14. t- ,.
:dti(. .J


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F4 or I he ar rit. a t Jtn
C1. 4.Cot


For the


Baby
The fifty-cent size is just
ht for the baby. A little
it in the bottle three or


a:.- I J-igattrE to ol unty ('mnvem lien. f our times a day will supply I
C 1),Pr*- .. ctL A r-iiIH.H. F. R.: u- ~precisely the fat all thin ba.
iI No- To. I ~-.bies need. If your baby does
4;, P : :-.- 'reutt st-. .L. 4,I'ir~q. Ar- not gain i wigtas fastas
Juinon.J. C. Averv. J. 'Whit- nW~3I
= V '( u..' H~o.n-.J-. I.- SW-"1e.zv. you would like, try
I '.:..........' 're-iiict 14-(ius Eitz~n. J. F..
Il--ijet15Thz.J~ii~n.Jon Scoff's Emulsion
'z. 1. .liu- F. E. Cotnunyr-.; W. A.
Diiln!ani. It. A. Water,.' 14111-tf The result will m U.I
v~~plase yu. I M -IO
I-,.,I javk-r!AaiIe- trf- u 1 .. i.; t- ~rv hard to 'Qtiuitd y t) the baby nurses, the mother
.4. itU.. i~jiiZ~~~..~-- id.-ar oine- -ntir.'r wrajib await- should take the emulsion.
.~:':, :I.Ak M iiiu !~tir t, ttio, :trrivsi I Pf ir~i;l(;d4.cti,)r. AAn It makes the baby's food
a Ii i- child. tht-n very sick only buy he dlla size-it's
I "I i~~ 4 ~.j*'.11 Id -uw i th rituil. Neet Hilding Uu.- doctor b y
tV' ill fit,4t wtird f-ir him to (''uif' at more economical.
I~"ii~'~ -1!jf- -. oihi- ro,-turni. I t le l 'buuuirht Both uithtterantd chikldwill feet at
\Y ~, .I ur~' ill -di41tr~t4ttl ci 4.'iauberain~('ogli onc its strnnuthening, upbuilding
a 1 Li .1 a.t i t *' .4 j.'n -tV. W j'J C Iithe L lo ed w ould I vad.a -p o ucn' o eri
A~~~~~~~~~~~I a.. ~-c.-. -''-'clit-if uttitilthe dtoetor -hienldlt adfalrouiorotis
7 11%-. 1it it f-w Lotiur h Ill.re-'tuuin n i. At all drir- ga-'t' o. ; and T
iti la !,-tLfe dctortif- d not tcoinic.a- SCOTT -I BOW \ f.. Clernrm, New N I' k
1: ckild wa- :muc1h lhctter. 1; e M4. .w m ~ n~n. ,
Mr..Wz.
.:.. : ''~..S-' iilv 1.,_-inue- R -7eiuuI! v,'!d.I Iti~e.~
I.4 a: r ~.rte muid fi r d- ntil h, f. u.1,!-IfIllIo:" ti
\; 4** ~ -.. -tant ut.-ni-,tuu't r i r i t~, t!.* fact~ory. at f I-t irv ,o1 r -


*i. Tr b,-t.A:K. i, '-
~ ~~~~~ e ile-anlIllaih'&caruim.rit %illPa oFl l 1 lt tI Utiuet jt
vm ''levi uu. za mu ar n -tz* i.f :-.- t r ,.r

I'l ha 1 \av-If1:4 I it,,- dru i uJit, h-f I..o i itsrov. l'ric-- of "usits-.
Nw *o it' r-2(, 11I 1,,., 1n I z:-*ad 'uli A MI-- Al MA.-tM f
~0"r-. j\'14f-t*t' 0j Furitureat ll Pmoricesi.
~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ a : bero 1.r~ai ~ ti *.--.r . bnv4 1 ire F111. PliFzd ICIf2 e.14a )
0 '~.i '. -.1 v 4,~-.- t~ ,~ .i~r~u~iutt .tf or V : l ,,~~I!_ u-e-..: Ali-o--. hd
~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ S ro.tn '. ~..B il, ~ u rbua h Sl' 'Ic -tiu- -'n~.uuatiz.kcer f-:n
N- .it! i I -'- A,, r l -tuY I-tefr atf.!2'tc i (~tf lf- "t eilbcu-
-. ..1i'ti-t-i- ktiLei IA j, aii alleir'
'A ~~ ~ F 0. Furnii ~l. i te -.;b-u y-uP -.. itreIlat all P.1 r ices.f
:I i i i.-uc I-uuiear% ii o-I e.X ul'P t1 ii1::,) M
I-u -;i.-i~~~dura..r 1:. 4 oHI l fiilt. 1. : tr .t I',c P ra u 1unuire H 'n.


a !.k .' u i-.1correct-1. l:' (lj-.ir'iLT-r a- ..t II..I.
11 l ,aT l : Vt t w u- d 1! .f. rt d ei 611;- 11,K 14 te.'..teN- Ae ii
v. -zU ck". !t.- .:1 > n .111 A u-- tit t lf f e-l. livtr ,andu


-. .~. .~-- *.-u at:*na "7 ~I'h'-AtIIu- is
-2' Eu- *;~.-. -. N.. e. wi: tik.
~. :.. N ~'. 4 .riI..~ .c *--I.eiur i:
!I::.~Lt u.i.hei.uurue~ 1121:1. 'lii t

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1adie5:


... -. .i. ,r 1,Y1 anit!,, r,,.-. Anyone interested in
Room Mouldings new and nobby gar-
. ."a .... ,'n "~il '11 :1. .i. ments for Boys' and
I ','-.. NN 11 N. al:,f
i '. e:-. :-,t 1Children's wear, should
No better Cigar for call on Rice's represen-
the money made-DUR- tative at Merchants
HAM-at D'Alemberte's hotel.

Investigate the Convertible Term Contracts
--OPF 111 ----
Old Penn Mutual Life Ins. Co.


;ttShr;1I NI A I-N'A I I

JUSTOPENED.



P;11 1Y*~i ,II
--Ever*thing Nowand Clean.--P,


jil 211 ...~.A. E. BAKER & CO., Proprietors,
,.:.:2' I. ,14 EAST GOVERNMENT STRE~ET.


THE


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STORE.


AI o ir 21 It


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a Supply Even if You do Not Need Them Now.


l5 .r.'oidcre( andi Lai e ld.-l.e kind,
wO Ih I : cac h, this ; sale ..... ............

2 o( ,'c:n plain (all linen) i;c ,,alt., t"i s ec

SJ7.:,/cn pain II. S. this sale .... .. . ......... ........ . .. 5 0c

- do.'n Men's II. S. Whitu and Colored,
Bordered, 12 1-2 and 1i c

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


New Line of Ladies' Neckwear Just Received.


iGRND EXCURSION


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-ViTIRANS' DAY!9


THE PEOPLE'S STORE,


Schwartz,

Proprietor.


' ( .. . . ....0/- -(*


Saturday, March 17. M,'NEW ARRIVALS!,-*


Veterans' Rally!


OUR first announcement of New Arrivals of Spring
Apparel. A generous assortment, large variety


11:u A M. PRESIDED OVER BY of colors and styles to select from of Ladies' Waists.


Briiatier-General eeorie Reese,


We carry all kinds: the largest assortment in the


HON.GEO.W.SANFORD, city of well known brands. Among them the famous


ORATOR OF THE DAY.


Mu-ic. Recitations and Addres,;es.


A Superb) Proram!
AFTERNOON.
H;GERS'! OtCHESTRA.
ElT'THA 1L. CLARK, Violini-st:
ANNIE HOrHSI WOODCOCK.
('r' ,; 0< i?-t ;
EM.MA D. LEMON.
E-',aJir atnd lD.lineattr.

EVENING.
104id A;, aald Dialect Storie- by tht
F(Prrino-t iHumonri-t of thl S uth.
L() IS S!PENCER DA N I EIS,
(,f Nu lhvill!.
TISDELL MOVING 1'1("1'11T-ES
f t,.e Spanish-Aiiericanu WVr.


A Triumph Day!
Uniting the Boys of '61 With the
Boys of '98.

S D fruii> |I'.* n; O]te 'rii r
MNLY 50 CENTS f rom 1 n uctltii:r
le'iv.r .1 ul n tioin itnd Interimedint- Mtattion-,
)y Specittal Trllins. ('lC apet aind I'l-t -A\-
(ctlrhto ii tihe World. If'tll ,I)RK N 2.<*.
'r u n i is d o n o u t l e t ' un ti l I f t e r -\ n i i i f ? v* -
SIMI.
FOiR SAIA-.
At a bargain, 7T ;acre.- ) und ner
fence and cultivation, thIe l>alaince
womtil:ad ), i ofr a mnlo I north of ('or-
dova Park, with --romn lhoi,'-. a arn
anl( ti> stat)ehI. ,'ii-" ~;iN) For
f'urfr ,r iinf,,rnIIttiia. apIlly to \V. K
D),1u.l i> |on pl-c'. r .J. E. l)iit uii--
-IIIn & B ro., city. 1.:hunlitu

DURHAM Cigars are
the finest 5 cent smoke
Try them at D'Alem-
berte's.
(C'onin z, tho Alb H:iv. iin o ( 'i..
'1.- ,- ,',lbrt,.,im t f->nn.d i,! t U l t.,l
i, --v r;al :/ii v-i :il *li t -t- ( f re -
r'T e 7- ,. t-. I .t.'fit -i f 1: 1'. 0 .
ik~ c!:arity l' u i--t '!' tt.r'-i hall
Mu ":I .I V il- :1.. .n.. 1 t f

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

NICOLA CAcSA,
RESTAURANT---GYSTERS.
FIl21,. CGE 's. V t:


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", fi//;/f.P/ "/hI/. -famous for fit, style and finish-in


fact the best fitting Waist in the land.


dealer or customer can deny.


This fact no


You may form soim


idea of our offerings by a glance at our large exclusive
Shirt Waist Window, and they arc heapcr than
heretofore by reason of our Motto: "S u. Ciii \\'\\
TiI-RI IY IN CR! .A-, 11i EUsiNII -."


LACES AND [MBROIDERIES!


)!ur Cthn Ire 'Tab It a- -,ar. :1r- li rZ be I)f'lf-:& 1 th a i.oel y i-!n r- .tNt c--
lif!---IllnlL;tc#---' a 1( nd ibiiI-u-
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* Sweepin Sale of IMlia bnkrwtia;r!


Onef Lott ('hilld'. Ir iw~r-. lheuii'll- 11!1.'laitek -,;7--- !e#!)I '-. Mit.. II'C )i4,ii
hit. 1I': (Itijet'- Tlrauuiiu.lfl-d D e-j ,- :;:' 4 i-u lo I rk.ft
4'i'1,et ('hludt'..l rituiw.-d (.awtt- !I.':z .t 1I r k.
1,,.Ii.t (iil'-o. limmuued .'lXirt..a! t(',,- t Nl.,k .
One Lot JLadife-; Irilinulolfd(lA.'uui-s-. worth ;> o...................-.ic f*aii
O)ut- Lit L-idit-' Iriniu''d ll( ',ttuurio 11. mi-c-. wvt~lh 7),. -furl........ix .;i( .cl
-.i,3nc Lot Odds and Ends--,"-
In La.~dioe-' kit airl (i1wn .to C('o-t. I ),' at ?('1),- ,%I.irk ri.


DeFUNIAK SPRINGS.


Two li, rs f'i-om Pensim ll i via 1 ia!,. A Il. It .
Seat of the Florida Chautauqua now in Session
Until March 27th.
.: ILinest R-esort in West.ern Floria", 1 :


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Carriages, Buggies, Wagons and Drays.
-- -Repairing Attended to Promptly.O:
SEAT G;AIRDEN T. : : : : PENSACOLA. FLA


Roses--Carnations.
am elln iu :he p-oi'uct of the IJ.oqemont aon ilighlanl I',trk ,arlten. of
Montonmery. ant( on twe ve hy-:P' rot;ce can fan:' any amoan it of i ut I ,,w. r
and I esigns want ,tI.
Carnations 7i3 per dozen.
Americin Becu es $S3.30 to Si.')O per dozen De evered
All 0 her R) es S1.50 to $!.75 per e'czen, to you.


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WILLIAMS AGAIN ARRESTED.
The Well Kneown Losbor Agent Wanted
nla Iw States.
ATLANTA, March 12 -R A. Williams.
better known as "Pegleg" Williams,
the man who has been in so much
trouble about sending negro emigrants
westward, has been again arrested by
Patro.man Hill on the sau.il old charge
of hiring negro labor ctr emigration
without a state license.
There is also a warrant for V illhams
from South Carolina, anti still another
warrant which is in tne hands uf the
sheriff of Faiton county.
Chief Manly received a warrant for
Wiliams several days ago ironm South
Carolina, but Willihams was not in the
rity and the warrant was temporarily
pigeonholed.
naiurday a warrant came to the po.
lice authorities from Athens, Ga. Yes.
terday morning Officer Hial found Wil-
liams just as he stepped from a train at
tue depot, and the alleged labor agent
was arrested and locked up at the police
barracks
Yesterday afternoon the prisoner was
turned over to the county officials, the
aner.ft having a warrant for him.


DISTRESS IN PORTO RICO.
Need of lRellef Supplies Greater Than
Before the llurrleane.
NEW YORK. March 1.--Accompany.
ing tne report of Brigatder General
Davis, governor general of Porto Rico,
in regard to the situation in the island,
is a report made by Captain H. S.
bishop of the Fifth cavalry, stationed
at Manati, in which he makes a strong
appeal for fooT.
Capta:n }:shop state that the pres-
sure f r re.i. supplies :s greater today
th. a it was ceTore toe hurricane Many
of t:,-. largee farmers have cleared th-ir
Sri;n ,. . Lair.y %u, an I nt.i, longer em-
v ..'-r, A- no rati.ni have been
t ;; if 'u Al .. an i Are, ibo. Captain
L,-.., r-;-,rt tI..,: ri lly ipertoIi.s nave
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tli.rt.S artr niot et .tV.lai tt .
N ,w 4 < .ir l-For <('e ltral.
S'.A ANA. March 12.-The Central
railroad has Lought three handsome
new sleepers that have just arrived
from tue huildere, larnev & Smith of
l:tvt,,n. The .arm are now in the
i 'ntral's passenger yards. They are
leing cleaned up anti put in thorough
order for their runq, which will be on
the line between Savannah and Macon
and Savannah and Atlanta. The first
(t them left Savannah for Atanta to-
night. The care they will supplant on
these runs will be put on the line be.
tween Savannah and BirmnuW^nL.

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SHE CRITICISES THE QUEEN. i


M.3ls Parelil Publt-A'b- a Lolter on
\V5aring thi. *h.mrock.
Dtr-'!.N, March 12.-Mis. Anna Par.
nell, sister n! the late Charles StewarS
Parneli, publibhes the ioilowing letter:
"Sn 'e the queen, whose Irish sol.
diers have hutuerto been punished if
they venture to spurc the Shbamrock,
has now ordered them to wear it as a
token (f their degradation, it seems to
me those Irish who do not wibh to bi
identified with the robber lords of South
Africa should take some notice of this
insult to tieir little plant, whose very
humbleness might have protected it
from the queen-empress I suggest that
those who cannot refrain from wear-
ing the Shamrock should dip it into the
ink until d:ahonor is wiped out by the
final triumph of the Boers or in some
other way."

Ifer Fault.
b-So y';:':'-e iiting upon Miss
Slowlhey lnit.l ?
',,-"-.at.-'.!v? I should say so. We
never gp.'t a:inywhere on tlaie.-Pbila-
dri,!hi:" I :: 'lctln.

Deferred Aglony.
"I', y'. 'si[." f.()m) any frozen wa-
ter i:.,.s th! iis nirittr'"
"Nt 3Ntt. i:t \e expect to when
the I! lun!t-' st,.'!s in his b!l!."-Chi-
(-ago 4 -,r,].
,'ort. tlh<.. oney.
"I 's '!-. I :! z' :,y ., tt $, for a ci ar
rl ft r t t il ..,] f n', ) it 1
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'fi-c 'ati 11anti jaick.tst4 thle spring
(1t it f 191,40, rian, a' i-Lit.-f:.ct. sly III
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tit P t *f-rawra' .n m t se particulars. Whe-n she says 4
t:h-ILI lq; r r. kl. w shi th~it means. It
w,.in nJ i1:h*- 4It meinsheaacjIe~ s h~ch
r t m tesrmVc :cI' I arim, n draizs~'s
,,, :;% n in th,,e 1, .x er AwI-A' :1- iLi ak ci k e. aid -,In ta1J r
a v, nJ : ntl-;i:a n 1i ,- I.v.fcrIt fl JflS tiersei 441n
I.A I kit !,0, It nie t" d si~tltting
v', t:i it t),, 4.4 r s I:I It means nurtvrdomn -s, me-
tllile~en deAth Vsc C'IA. 'e. IJ I Wie of ( lut N% Ill ultterl v
-ittise di tx ,a i pains te''r, It.
LAN ~S' AIOV i9YDPARTMENT. I I e LeI t n Ii.1irth (I ull
F ~~ '3- .I. .VIT V, 1 L1 :in thin r xh 5"uI
v.1 1'''~1'~ i I* hchl~ jssz ; tw, to the
i~l..'44'. ''v 4.;. i~i A I4%'4'b lr ie. t)t'il'e ~' ,t. the expectant
-4 ii t. It thIb*c goinigthrough
the Chrige of Life, this VegetaI'!e W:%,-ia ba~~f
Druggists Sell Large B~ottles for VA.O~


I Screw Worms and Ticks..
Are Instantly Killed when

SLOAN'S LINIMENT


I_ S oa Lnn iniment: -
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SBest Antiseptic Known.

F :epared by DR. EARL S. SLOAN, Boston, Mass.


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A SLUGGISH BRAIN I *00

Is caused by Impcrfect Digestion .nd Disorder
in the Liver and Bowels.


PRICKLY ASH BITTERS

IS At BOON TO BRAIN WORKERS.

It purifies the bowels, strengthens and regulates the
liver, aids digestion, promotes vigor of body,
cheerfulness and mental activity.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. PRICE $ 1.00 PER BOTTLE.


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A. FRIEDMAN, Prop.


AGENTS FOR

High-Grade Liqcuors.
SILVER BROOK, PRIVATE STOCK HEN HARDIN Sol '': 'ASH.
VERY FINE: FRIEDMIAN'S ('FLEIRATDI) OLD 111' VATE
TO()CK. 12 YE.-ARS 01.1); OLI)D 1IK VI.IVF I'ET. k:.N-
TECKY'S IPER'FECTION OF Pl RITY. .\N
I.OTS m01. OTHER BRANDS WHI('H
Sl'\ACE WILL, NOT I'PERMIT
'l'n MI-:N'FION.

aW TI'!:'-, l ,i:r.-f i'.,l lmf-. .-i.-ctld St.ek ,i i:.::K V\,' :-kv a';,I
\Vinu.- f.r F',ininly I -'.
THE JUG TRADE IS OUR MAIN SPECIALTY.
J AI- A.,,nt f.,r thi l-'I:tnu- Ph-t M iilw tik.t' I', r. F':.o' [I li -
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All Kindq o, Plumbing and ( Oi Fittir i-s Mat+-ri- K,;: ,. Haund


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

.:T) 9oonms far Rent by the Day, Meek or Month. Ix Agate and Tinware and Houseftrnishing Goods.
311, 312 North Tarramona Streit, Opposite Unisn Depot. ons, Pieols and Flahing Tackle.
0 -Tei;ehone 68.--0 AGENT for Birmingham Rolling Mills Company, Iev Ge Olans
--:.-GEO. WILSON & CO.,-;:-- Stitched Belting, Northampton Emery Wheel Company, Laftinc Rard
Don't Forget to Stop With the Fat Man. Powder Company, Johnson's Kalsomine, Iron Klag ard Buck'" o toves
rn-cn i o rTirnso Sntiurm nlt mteFarosur ..a nr... and Ranmg. Wm.Conps Co.'sIRaw Hide LaceLeather, Maeary'sReady


How a Woman

Suffers -i'w,101

DOWELL,. IND., Nov. 25.
1 Will altrays ;rasi.- W: %ne .f ('ardui it
has dorts- nits.- rtwrc ot ifi uu all the IfltleiA
Ciflse i Ila% ,. 4". t-r!xr .4in. 1 5fi!I-.1.. i'ea!-e
sendit ah..c At-i 44'"It.,5 4S- dst:- IeAses to tilts
laieats wiL'i.4-:s.o uc--.I ncaOse
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THE DAILY Niswis:
catered at in. Postof~fice~ at Pt isacoift.
IPW...so econd-cla isti mt Lr.
OFFICE: Piltt Building. lS outLIukFla-


THE NEWS PUBLISHING 00.
Terms -Invariably in Advance.
Ome Year by Mails.a
tqxZ 36*tho ",*M
Tbreaooitotbq
*one 14on tb
Ome Week. by Carri-r. paynhIe Monday P


1HZ WICI.KIY ]NJ
Patilishftl every F.r~day at $1. 4
Postage frev.
TELEPHONE NO. 118.

ddvovtising Rates Fume, bed osi AP





MUM& OLA ARCH. 14.


hIeprefiientat've contierrativo d
bavee.ndorsed tha' following ticko
it-gas f rogn the city precincts to
0tratle County Conrefltlof to L,
rewtelto. April 14 and au~k thal
givon a hearty support by t le vye
Precinct 1:.-4'. If. qajingi-. Ilai
imu. Win. Hazz- 1, .1. 11. NMxwtell,
Wrigbton.
PrOPc101t114-t A. Btlount. Tb'i.-
.Jobs tChris~ti'..,.1. i~eo. NVt ite a
in nesu.
Prec r.Ct 144, 'ai "V. "I .1o('. 1.
J.8.. M~ctw~ibahy. .JaibtinPfa-if-ra
Precinct V.1-i- E i. 'rtnriam..14
1'unbaaa.
Evgmreitizen of Poti.ac'l,
!eael an interest iii tho- peruia
V.%ulitioti of thp charitable-
tion to bh ettfect'd at ,it ad
mnettiug at Clu~ter- hall oil
day evein-lg. tel#-I-tlt) 1!-t.

matter t.o tha- .caoilnimmity az
lized lab-1r. In it- sw via I!-10h
Clip n cd -if j!i, -bodlcly ajipar
i to l[Pto aa;'i.-d t hat t he ifl- t
bf- lArfza ;:* tttetadd(.
Chanxe.. in Poicy.


I' I V ft Ararf j. *nb(lay a
IMia niolla t' j( nl
intanmatad 1' !,:i* a 1.-l't tnim.q
aibly go o tal lv% 11thao ia- ta41t,*..a-
fleeb.. Thtf4 't rika. -8 fu!
%4t arri' :ii1. all, t tCaxwi~aaiaithait t
Can aiwa% rancH01 ith It aat ..Ilag
UND~t tTl'atUr a.a a ia a
tiOrral ISv..1 taiil!a :
(a! offiers'. liid-'raurralto
I it ly iin thts'hard-i f t'. tt :i.- t i '
make s'uah a!i cinutza. = .r.- ,p4
al y41 0 lC *I 0iab N 4 ati t I a i -r.,, a nd
I 'itotia a i : ;Lit tw a' X
oabarra.'.afg itt t .-4 ha'wn t!,i:
gener51ala" ii t) i 'tnt : a:t aftitictill
1 C'T- t)L it-In t aI* *;'.--t -!,a'
t'ofltituti(iii.--St it Ia kv Ta'L-straii'r
THE Nl. -illcerely regrt
it ha~t producted the ijwprte?,i4
J1. j fL fi *..:i 1 I"Ifr t
The nrwdjaIa lr t h--t ht-!i~j
ftigpi.-.:dt"-iraI&lr cl.a,~tr-.1(,v
i:1arert7iii1'4ital la'1cy 0-I11


? It, iotdt~t. lv ttititho
tital. a'14 a-I!,v twit,
4-frxctaari A* TI I ~i- maF: 11'.aa 1.%
.P-. it Vshoul1d. t!" :,' 'a, tta-t _-aaa
prentast.git till'. I) I. I a t li-

F-loridl qia w.lit.1 11-t j*

c.'r rtAks- 1titala .4 a i-nion
tor All 4,115 .0- a' I~ .ht 1:1 1 'A
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I Iht lov i A I; A. Z a L itl

qt- O2 in '*W- W -' a aaIa
*.!ue" evil- t"I't t al aI- !I!m.w

JeO 0!aa *al a -:a (,ildlt~aI

#-ruor tI) tc t-11I f I t -it ll aU!lI '
vitiable-h-!ull succeed rn-
I-awe offce ulort- thtim .',ca
,.ult would prove' f ir more
?.Ally 1sa1t~fai'tktaty 01.111 !4theI
restriction :*-4 to tie t-inctui
Ithe gubernatorial office.
.N~otittin-tanding the thetv
the people are all-powerful.t
ivriuct.of recrut '-ear,. %
r-trates the f~it: thAt the peo
iuot dominat.- the -tate con~ve
t the contrary. I.hey are to


a- per-i'yea.,


trade and swap and dicker with the
votes of the delegates to the utter
destruction and perversion of the
people's rights, and to the individu il
advantage of themselves and their
favorites.
The people are supreme. in fact as.
in tho-ry, and all they net-d to d,-.
as delegates, i- to ignore the -elt-h
and too-powerful influeLce of the
party leaders, and de-tcrmine-once
for all-to act for themselves and for
their constituent- as well as for
the best interests of izood govern-
ment ia: the state.


Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup si a speedy an-
efllan'ilou clia e- or croup. whoopinc..-oIiugh
a rid aronchtis. No child shouldhi h- '--ft to
uff- rt> the-tortureq of the.- ail-aLiiett-., wthai
pophca'ton. I parents. can get this wonderful retm-nldy for
Only ".25tC..

BURIGILAR CAPrUtRE).
He Had Robbed Win. Johwnon & Son
of Pistols and Knives.
.1900. Emanuel Richardson was arrested
in Mobile yesterday, having in his
possession 11 revolvers. 46 knives, 2
diamond glass cutters, one compass,.
d.nmocrata
Let for del- one stop watch and $34 in money.
the Da-m- part of a lot of goods stolen from the
'te ht a bt store of Win. Johnson & Son on the
terms: night of March S. report of which
ivid 1Ihee- was suppressed at the time in order
and .- F. that the officers might be aided irn
Hannat'. capturing the burglar.
and W. 'I. Deputy Sheriff Frank Sanders left
, ai on last night for Mobile to bring back
and J. :. the burglar. lie was accoipanit d
by M1r. Hen I). mHeer. manager of the
,.n e 't. hItrdware department of Wii. Johni
lI V % A. on Son, who went to identify itl."
goods and bring the-i back.
a sliouil.i (
iilnt or- '"Catch the opportunity.'" By tak-
iniz Hood' s arsaparilla iaw vyou
a--oCi may ,uild up your health anuld ir.-
ijourniid- vilnt serious illness.
i Thui -
Orgia. D)EMO)KICATIC DIELEGATFS
rrtialit a To thle County ('onention at Poi'ela -
-* or t;.- ton. April 14.
(re. and .At a largely attended meeting off
rent. 1 repres itat.ive const-ervative deot-ij-
in1 will .L'rats and promn ineni t hu-inl < i .-- i ,
1,-ld la--t ni.lit, delg.it.- f'roin tthe
vi y precinct- tot thel( c'uat ty ci- livei-
tion, to be heli at lPoweltoi. Apr 1
t ti r 14, were uiialnitiouly -ndorsed. a-
tilat rn Procinct No. 12-4' H. (inlitle-.
t!,- or Davidal ,S eh alin. W illiam BanI/.ll. J.
xta ndi I1 ). M.txwell. 1'. F. W riz.itotn.
,eLei.; P'r,-'ciuct 1.;-W A. Bioinit. Til,)n-
;t lsr, st- :I H ainahi. Jobii ('nristiv. J. (a ,,i e
\\!,itt. \\ I )itiz cari.
t .'*"d y ,'P inct 14-( ;-.. irtown. J -. I.
th.- putbl J' t h .lii. J. a. M fte aJ .\' Jo,!,lt
n h.,-al:."d Pfe-ilor. J. F Ilta r-.
v,,-t |Precinct 1.,-F. H. Pn' ci;. J,,!'n
a,.+a'tl,' i \VW t. \Villriwin Sennett. J. F. A* r-
' .' n- tcrtiT)mie, \W A. Diiunhahii.
"I :i.V tca i
waRit ii ,o;, tatn;z aite'r eatinig. indi.--tion.
a t'n-:' l ittail-ic'' ior v iatt r bra-.h. min y tlit
i .- lui.v klvy 'rrevct.tl t!irii :m h th li-' ofif
|' It'KI.I A.-il bill l R.'-. It -tre~iu;;!i-
ry liar- **II- tdi.'-tioi. t'I :itl-a - r ila l r.rul.,.!t-
!,, thl-b low.l-. So)ld i)y } ;ia n;:tii "'..
ets that (')MMANDAM. ion t :i it
%'Woark an tiw Ne "% W\ihail and 1W.ire-
ia llg.-. "
ha h S adia ly P'r0igra' '.ii
i it,-. t'.
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Id t tht (cut , ;it tl i 1 ii..I-:- 'a, .I
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lit tlt t w I I'ii :1 I'. t v't 'V \W- I -
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lin tioit a fati Iiiirn- lf.
"i it"t: WarI'- a tt-ht t bul', I u t ill I' a
l- .l+ll ln .. ,t l l a n-ll.it f. wxv ;t! t tv. ,:
; tf'!,e tl',c oI 0-.i h -riit. a1-f ;
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ilitl -tll. it i- t. { .l I e| t i il li- .'i..
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a i r a a bt .' :T. a. ', :. t -

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Nia' of otitr tiiit-beis i av>- b.-ei
rt o\- w!irlti.d with delgiz.t yet. antid
litlver- aitr. ,ii: lik+ ly to be. Fo'r varitu-.
present ra-:-otli-s wte cA.it.ot and do 'tr rI-2,o:-
ibent a nI Mr. Alt rei a- a contractor. I:ili t
or ot herw'i-e.
By or,.er of Carpenter-s' atnd J< in-
1ry tihlt ers lniotis Nos. 74 and 117. llit4:f


the ex-
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AR WM-


COUNTY COMMISSION LERt.
Proceedinge of Last Night's *Regular
Meeting.
A regular ineeting, of the county
commissioners was held la-t night
with all the members pres._nt and
Chairman Caody presiding.
The minutes of the February meet-
ing were read and appr,'-vedl.
Mayor Hilliard addressed t::e board
relative care of pauper sick : told
of the proposition of 'he Pei.-
sacola [Inir'mary; stated that
the Infirmary had ml:iade a late
offer of three beds for .7,'x a year
and suggested that from po1iint of
economy and to prevent misunder-
stanaing in the care of s-ick such as
had previously arisen, that the
county and city act jointly and take
the three beds, the expense to be
borne equally by city and county.
County Physician McMillan and
City Physician Simpson spoke in
favor of the plan. The proposition
from the Infirmary to the-eaunty
was read, it being similar to ttie one
made the city. Then on motion of
Comwilssiouer Johnson it was or-
dered that the city make a contract
for the three beds and that the
county pay half of the expense.
The law having been complied
with, permit to sell liquors in pre-
cinct 14 was granted to Hall & Hall.
The bonds of J. H. Grinilar as
justice of the peace and John D.
Codyand A. A. Brown as notaries
public were approved.
The report of the fiance coninit-
tee wag read and bills .approved by
thein were ordered paid.
The tax collector's report of poll
taxes collected was received and
filed.
It being shown that t!h- nmi e of
R. E. T')al had beei-t (rrotieou-l.l
erased from the regi-tration list, it
was ordered that it e+- restored by
the supervisor of regi-tration.
Bills of A. Hierra for 't7, J.al. Hof-
fron $50 and $:3l( for tiuse of launci!h-
Oxpenl-e of harbor police for F-bti n-
ary, approved by the board of pilot
conii.is-iinhers, were pr''.siited.
Pilot Commissioner E. IH. Putitailn,
who was prese:it, was asked to sttale
ho)w tlh service was proigra--inig. H#.
stated that the men had bh-a'tu very
vigilant and active; that thyv had
-topped the dumpilig .of a-ihes in the
bay and sifting iof ballast through I
the wharves and that the -l-ip i.Alll-
ters were obeying the orders..
The bills were ordert-d iai(d.
Application of L. S. Broawvier of
HllutI Spritnis for a p3)iii.tinienit as
k'.- pie: of the poor farm wia-,. iiial.
Petiti.oter-- for a charts t,..i t* -yv
on Perdido river at Nunitz f.rry'
were informed that tht- miitter
-,ailld he' taken tip at hle next liieot-
ing if they nlleallwhile coilplied
with the requirements oi f tl:f l.iw.
J. .1. S ullivan address ( d tl.- hioard
in favor of a road west of Olive to
the seven-mile house.
Request of J. I). McCurdy of Flo-
miaton that lie be paid lor a ctlfini
for an orphan boy named Heck, who
had heen drowned and who had ni
relations able to pay expense oaf his
burial, wa- referred to Conliis-
!-lollr lPrewton.
A re-olntitioll wa5 tli ni lisO lO y
.tdo ;ted inviting tihe state haotird otf
lilealt t') hold its next leetilig,
March 2o. here.
A litt r Iroiil V. H. B l. tid,-r--.n.
iim'iiibh r r f thie !tate bo)a: ,f .it i:.th.
-tating that the (1iap-tioli nf ;.';yiziu
F-'cainhia coitiliy *.2t.twoi for tihe tl.iar-
-t!;tii;'.p lai t herr. w ,ihl< I. :etcd
ion at tht iext li '. i of ti,.
b.jail, ro' a r-,ud ;t,1l fi!f l.
A pa tition fio:l M11-* -,a:, :, I.a'0e
ITe:'y, a1-kit1g that t".f I.. alw V
t U oUl h; htr latnd I;,- chlii ., .w -
ra t'-rr' d to, ("a*tn iii' ai, etr !>f''Wtla.
A w a 'i'i'i ,;.it aIt l di "' ,1 < 1 i w, .ti h1 ,
S.'.) to la,. ii''ad lay "ira. c;.a I ai 'i ',,:.-
tin g-tit fun l.
A coi iiiilttle cal, -i-tit: .I. .\.a
(I, W1ti1. BH f't NIcialal-o,:!l l!a J..-,a !l
liI('il litlii W;I appoint' '.1 t" I 3"l;. it
l ,),i(t f;',tlil 'iti le l- id \V ii.,!ii-"
palit'f to tlie A lalaini a lii 1,a ii.- i 'a :
raa:td b 'ttttir1rit .' t leroin Atfiih a ".
A 0'o int ltilniicatiali ft a;ll ta:, a)'ia'I
a f c ,unty ali o :" Caaiii i--i i> r- ,i.t ".iil ln
,)( t 1ii ty'. ,n ( '|,,-ii ,I I ,.*-o l0, : .* i '** -
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rt il!'o.i(l |ropra .i tyv nrt tw : '!, ri- l .:i
v ta l i' -0 :i- ta' ht 1 1. I tj 'r i il1 i) \, 'i:
nIdl i i lii l t ax v i ."'a I-. w ; "- ra-'at
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(;old Medals to HARPERwhi-ke:
at New Orleans A Worlds Fair Chi-
cabso Try it. you will end r-e the
JIa u r.''s verdict.


clock, recommending needed it-
pairs. It was ordered that Mr
r Welsh have the worK done.
The committee appointed to in-
spect the convict camp reported
that they had authorized the pur-
chase of a new tent and more shov-
els; that two of the prisoners were
sick. one with rheumatism and one
with asthma.
Commissioners WVelsh and John-
son, the committee to investigate the
needs of the armory. reported in fa-
vor of putting in stationary wa.h
stands at once: also all new seats in
place of the old dilapidated one-:
that they had asked for bids for the
seats and had two, one from Bagdad
Sash Factory Co. for $70 aud one
from B. R. Pitt Mill Co. for $6t5.1S);
that the military companies were
undecided as to what they wanted
in the way of lockers.
The bid of the Pitt Mill Co. for
seats was accepted, the order to be
placed by Commis'ioners Johnson
and Welsh.
W. M. Egerton, :M. 0. Baggett
and N. Baggett were appointed as a
committee to lay out a road from
Canoe creek toward Walnut Hill.
Relative to exchanging the road
roller for a lighter one. Commis-
sioner Johnson reported that it was
the lightest ini:ida by the irin from
whom they had bought; that with
six mules it could possibly be used,
and that another nmule to replace the
oue killed by a railroad train was
needed to manage the gradeijtny-
way. It was ordered that Conilmis-
sioners Johnson and Brewton buy
another mule.
The board then adjourned.
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup, that marvelous
ni.sliclie ftor throat and luni tran ihl ,
quickly I'eiit-V' 1a i d tir', tilr pt intlllt.1i
I.*.l-tt i Mti i H lt a1;4 e s 0to -i.'v o' t i n ll(!Iri '1n.i: .* .
iri ,'n t % -f '.f < iiiL -tril luin -. N, ,o nth r
let .dy :. 1it iuail.
THE. POIiK .:0 TIII'.
Mike Purtell F'ind for D)ia.;harginig
Fire Armns in the Civy Limits.
T,Te:e were only six c'a-cs before
Mayor Hilliard inI the lapoli'e curt
this niorningi. of whlic!h one wai .;i -
charged.
Mike Purtell, cha.'r;rAd with dik-
charging fire arm- in ttie city limit.,
was filed ln.
Rufus Ediini Ud-nl, (ch irgd with
a-saullting Thoa-. lDelahanty with hi-
fl-t and for bt-inig drunk and disor-
derly: ca-e contitinAiud.
3M, e IRichta,(-o:i, c'harge with
flzhtititz La:ar'r Williams,. :
fi led $7.541.
Bilili-tite-,- a ind c)in--tipatioii al; -
t 1-4 *~it of wilichi spiniz 11 n iity seri(,ul di-ea-e' that afflict thel hu-
man bldy. Sound juidgtiillent wA-uile
demaintd tlie iiiiniediato removal of
this condition before it develops
soniethiili<,g uinire troublil'-oien 1 alti
difllcult to) cure. PRI' KLY Asii B}IT-
TER s i- a reliable cure for constilia-
tion and diS-orders of similar ciharla'c-
tear. It not only thoroughly emptiitaS
and purities tl- I)ibowels but strength
ens- the bowel channels and regulate-
the liver anti -toirnacli, hence it per-
fa rnis a radical cutire. aoi by Han-
liah liB i .
Executive Co' niitter l,''(iini.
A meetii. ottf t!it Democratic Ex-
ecIltivc I. oIi;nmitt 1 of 1E-c'iinb);a
c iitl:)tyV i- !r' 'by 'ail-ul for i;::il ).
o,' ('iaait:ty '.J tlud T. Il. M f'i' t l "- trii- ,i;'tfia)N aif rll Iii.l: ie--
:li lll I '.a! aI t t .!, i I .
f m y <; ;-. -i ; itf
C. B. IPAKIKHIIL.
F) \ \ f'i N 1 ( 't:,. ll :1 1 i.
.--' r,. t.ii v I tini lI
I-'or Over Fifty Year,.
N't aIQ 'r W s Seoa itt I N i-r'P hin-
:i.n ., l-. '*ai fa l b\i f v I .':>r'4 lty n r;l!1i0 taf
ilil.a !ra ar uriir an l: I'lil P'i w!l ta-'pit o,1 .
S; h .'"'.'f,'t l'upl'l"S. It oktn'ooh thia- cildl
*a(at'. t.'t tir- a u ni.'i itll nvi all patn, cure'. w.itl
ahlra', anal i'. t lu ba"-t ra'iirldy flor l>:aIr:h b lit.
it wiai! tla-laava tti" pao() little MllT',.'ia tir:-
ilit- lil lvaI. tqold iay I[r kmitgit'- ;fl t\a.r
oar: of t ha wantrl. Twenty-tlv' c' !it.- a hait! -
tia. H" inri a' ind m.k for "'Mrs. W II'!,- a'a
S a titihng 'yrup." and take no other karal.

Who is Rader ?

He's the Laboring
Man's Friend. He will
sell you Furniture on
the easy payment plan.

Don't Pay $40 and $50
f,.a1 'i ",1 ,. '.1 I ,t :\i.- i .','n V,.,:
i', i ) i' ,.Vvi aa li.ta :it 0 .I. I'rv.r -
a t'r'ii ii ,*ilr i aniit '. H oau-a. for a io .
1'. *o ..;'1. ) !1 o l- ii i ;, fli li i' lil a


S'lliam i ollnson & onlt.


-8 PRETTY AS A PICTLlE' -



COLORS THAT WA.SI

27-inch Silk Ginghams .................. .. .... .. ......
31-inch Silk Foulards............... ..................
31-inch Silk Finish Teaur D)e S. ie......................
32-inch Zephyr Gingham s.......................... ...
27-inch Fine Check and Stripe (;in a:................ ..
36-inch Spring Style Percales ......................... ..
Pattern Silks, no two alike.......................
40-inch India Linoi ................. .. ..............
25-inch Check Nainsook ................ .............
to0 Piece- Dim ities ...................... ................
lI ) pieces L ougi C loth ............ ................... .... .. ;


Matting.
54) Rf ll- I)an .a sk M attings ... .......... ............. .. -
Wiiy}eautiful I)sign--Se-e )isplay"
25 Roll-' China M atting.......... ......... ... .............

I)otteniiholfr I ratnl Ladi- u lr' ipper- tandOl xfa'rol- at ....... .
O(.ir l..'7.j Liilln i- Su ;erior Ill n 'iali: .



llilliam oli o0 Son.


A SOLID CAR LOAD. Stylish Stick Seats,

SP! Pretty Phaetons.
CAll LAD R EllFS. srrc; Foad C rts, Up E

Any and Every Style! Top Buggies.


BEST MAKES, LATEST STYLES.

F rst Come, First Served: They Won't Last Long.

',-' \V', w ill Allow Y ,u S',ni;-tIirn for t..a t I 1.lt: _' ;' :"
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W ith prop. diet:; t t' e a x'a'i-.' to iiill'.
cu:.il t he atir1i to- t ;for uli ti rf t 'hin tor-
Iti'i -i x blittli fo ir tlivlt dt llldir .d


If ob ;Curelltitl7 ptoms.lfinl o f tvrf i-
.lir 't-d e-ian .thaIlly t h,, t r t li-f ch.
iByiig'-tiadd i tn iton v i i'-d fri.rtues
Vitie )r aoicr ditnv thor 'atia will
cb found for t hereli of thio tdir-
i:i,-ittitng if!iictiaii witli its hmlildrm'(l
af os).chatre soy)teis.often referred
tapi other monr tha. the =toiach.
Bly t!i-i addition, it virtues as ;i
i.seneral taoni and inviltrtrati r aa Id
blood purifler, are tnat inipairr'd iit
'he le-ast. No better medicine ca:i
be found fair the elitf oif t.,-)o di--
ea-s-s that are so .re \'a al 'int ih tt, -
.pring month-.
I take this opportunity to, thank
m-v friand- f,\r ivth airnn'aart ar* Falvta.


Len ten Delicacies.




Wat ch This pace for Our

List of Spclhilties.-= *


C-11A fitTIT


WASH


SBRIGS


FOR


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Buggies!


Buggies!


Bugg


ries!


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B.


GERSON,


CROCKERY.


107 S. Palafox.


COOPER & CO'S SHOW


Will Exhibit at Pcnsacola


Commencing March


Three Days


Adlissioii :


22, 23


and 24


Children 15 cents.

Adults 25 cents.


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6 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 14, 1900.
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RRH MARCH OF ROBERTS

BL STILL UNOPPOSED


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MAFEKING'S SORE DIS15 RESS
Garrison I-,tluc-d to Hurs. lG-sh an.i
IIc&tlh -(knt'ei Prev.All-.
LoMwN,. March I:;.-A dipatch to
The Times :rjan Mif-king. uatel M-)n.
day, March 6, iays tn garr.s- u at Lat
place were then f el:nu acuely tae
strtes of the siege TIiey were redlu-e I
to the ue o* ho-tirtle-u and br ri ma1o1
from nor- forage. v'.e ton watr w".4
para.e r % ,v u' ;j-:i.ln;:e1.
Typho.i. dv-y.aerr and dij'ttier:a
were ep ienilc. t .t t was oiin-'),it~it t )
so.ateP thb" Vcti:nj Tlie tntlermiun oe
tre women amii -chiil.en w'-et terzit'
and there were a-a t; i in tn' w ,:men'
laager da'.v. Tue native p)t.u,.Jt;mI
wat starv;i.:
Tne t.:'.tiry 7 perAt7 n< w,,re r-.
gresBuing fav.ra'.v 'I i-v na i t-n -x-
tendied tiul ri i rnot :.:,.' wne ,'w- tn-
enemy had teeun coplete:r :rxn..-.i
A alsparc: rt-crive i uy a .-":tn Af-i-
can firm in Lcud ,u. 'latoe i .Mferking.
Tuesday, M..rca n'r, v. L .Ai:. Marnae
I,. says:
Ail we'. ut t wn astl: bes.e-zed

ENORMOUS STEEL PLANT.
Casda to HIuld la the worlhl.
CLVEI.AND. March lb.-The Weli-
man-Sever Eoganeeiing company of
thi city laso closed a contract with the
Niokel Steel company of Hamiiton.
Out.. to design and build what will,
when comp.esed, be the largest st:el
and ron plant in Canada., and one that
will have few superiors in regard to
lam in the world.
The total capacity of the plant will
be 3.000 toes per day. In addition to
the steel piant there will a&so be coa*
structed a booming mi'l of the largest
si.e a billet mill, rail mill and two
plate milis
The entire plant will cost neaarfy 3).-
000.000.
FIllp:"o Stlll Sh n." t 'isht.
MANII.A. March 13. -Advice received
from Aparri. prvaince of Cagayan. *sy
that wbiie Majnr Ward and a company
of the Seventh regiment was leaving
that piace toey were attacked at the
landing on toe river bairk cppoi:e the
town. A pertotent tieot to-,owed re-
sulting in eight Aniaeriars, inc oingo
Major Ward. b-iua wounded. The na-
tives in (agayan valey uresumab.y in.
stigated toi attack. 'hi dispatches
ad 1 that tL-. Taga.os arc Lairrassir; the
Americans.
.> t ,, ri fl turn--i.
4l;T 'A ,;. Marc ::3.-The offi-
cia. P) 'ihe I-'otice insf-e.jtors' head-
quartn:s i thais ,ty were notified to-
day that the m.ner orier poqtofP-ie at
Hon A r T'-n wa'* d*'r'ry9edi by fire
ltt n aticn .i h i's c mntent.. Tie num
i.06i t i -'. ce~. ,1 of tue fi-re ara iot
,t.tied "', e,ra--a;" aiv'.ei wero a!)
-ie I f I- ro,'ib 'ry ,iart nii ht of
,e po't "T : t 'k o0-,r. S t' o0 over
0 nu,: a i-n:ant:vy ,,f tF.an;ti.
kI .u 1ds i th" 1 *'.
c:yl w' ). N'ar n r: 1.'p rtsreteipi
h -re tda!y -h )w s-ri 'us fl t>is prevai.
lug in the n,,rthrn portion of l.iiuoi1
irv to- K iE.kee riser Much livestockk
and proTner .' b?.ve alr~edy been de-
*truvoyd. At Li ."aie theb li.inotas river
and tritnutarv astram* are higher tns
iBce lM 1 and gtiil rising ani the prop-
erty damage waiil be enornmou .
Aragonf I. l'zt.eri,-tC-4 llant.
ATLATa. March 1i -LvTL W. Sco.
yille and George W. Scorvile have
leaed the Aragon hotel for a period of
th*e years. witth e privilege of a re-
newel at the end of that time.


liq~u t~A Thipa'
We .tT,,r (One IItitdrodDTi l~ar- rv-
ward f,,r v:ii .-(:i- f C'atatrrh tluat
ecatu.itw It.- cu tred hl.Iv 1 Al-. ('aLt rr!
F. J. Ciilv1 A- C,,.& T,.I#,A-i'. (0
F. J. ( iun- '.*. tfor vi'. th to !;-) i-

untiritci~ali."-06,i t I'cu r% ..u46w tci x 1,I
liia I' 1W 1 'P fir.

w t ~ ~',-'#-A I i-u .-Itd .

Ifali'- (.t:Cariah ('it r#, i- takvi-i: I
lieiuit aituly. Itml : iCri -IIfac'*= ip f


1I-laW- falwly 1,111l- a'-t;.- li-t.

Coffee! Coffee "
Wie call (lie atteiin t: o-I(
thie ve,nerw! /public to
/act that ire hart, ,ne ar
the bcst c,!ui'ppod 1tmvt(ZSt~
I ./ th1e Nou (Ii. a/vi /.it a!irC

bercra .ca /pi/-'H tc s / ,' a1!
dc/'// c(w(petlo ion f1OC (f "u' YO~
iVI*Slit 1) remin I!you c: (
( (47('es (are alwaf~is /I--.'
/ryiiflthe RI1)(t.%uI'. II 711"17t'

t h ir a ro Piz c( isii s'

Yei r (eains Gr~cr#'l CO(..


ing Bloemfontein.


STEYN'S BROTHER CAPTIVE

Cavalry I'Kncomiot-r inl-Iny on Ou:-
alti ts I ow.-!' up ua.-* of thie Oralg.ii
Flree %,ai i tapulitli a Matter of n
Few I[iour%.
LJ ,-. ', Marca :.; -L ,rl RA.rt te'e-
grapls fro.:, VeUtets Viet at 5) o'clock
this monrn.;g- ;a' f tows:
"Uun m.:ci was again uunp-ossed.
We are Liw -:t .ut l ruined fromii t ieom-
lo;;tein 'ire cavalry division ita-Itrde
the ra;.waIy ai...s usoltn of Bioei.:,Lu-
'PI:l. TnLaere are ,about 3'l min. Ab, ,at
',' or 7J wer- ailted or ari missing.
"I ,r-r'ct'-i t--nerail 'Freuch if th2r'
was timn bt-.tr dlar-; to seize the ra:!-
way :attl.-': t: 3.oenfouteiu aud: tnus
aecar>- tee t il;n et" -k .- midnight
I rectaived a Lieprt fr:xa Lim that after
cou-idet'ra .e '.i- i-it;La ., iihii boen able
to o- .' ;' v t" 1 > '. ( ov t, it,o r.'.i-
waVy et.ati u v.'' c liiauded i.joeeli-

A tbr-Ler of Fr-ienat St:-ni has
I a:- maai a' pri-,.;Lt.a r
i'7'j te&,.rrapa :-ne leiling nirth-
wai-d nass L~-n at an i tii- railway
iro..on upi
I at nowr ttar';in with th-i Third
cavr.ry brigade. whiea I called up tro:n
the Seventu division near Petrusburiz
yesterday, aud tne ra un:ed infantry to
reinforce ite cavalry diviason. Tle rest
of the forcec wilt follow as quickly as
Lord I Rbert-' a-tual entry into the
U-ange Fres State cap-tal seemns likely
to be delayed until tomorrow or late to-
day. as uls ea:e'mont that he is going
to rvnuforce General French imphes
that opp)sitioa is being encountered on
tall ontskirtsof the town,though the defi-
nite statement tnat tne British cavalry
leader has positions whioh command
the situation leaves no doubt that the
occupation will speedily be effeoted,
and with it. so the Ln don critics think,
will accrue o the British important
captures of supplies, if not of prisoners.
However. it tma be that the Boere may
make a strenuous resistance, which will
not be overcome until Lord Roberts'
main army catches up with the cavalry.


j~-i.- t'- tair t'we-iat-fir-t v',nlam an,

yo a rall"! m novKtogavr,' a m!- i~it-df riii



ilj'i w"T,t-ha:r lii ItlqI- aaki-a

*-r r Qanc*o i~vAto f atn t-ntall ;So,.

4 r.adi.' ain-:a.k -;.uti o Ie. take-naa
t.-r thin ': a:.l(-,inat- id a I:- -1 auluaaI

;.art if it.!' Ii* 'mecail. I-; allow t-d.
mIaIIk e a-- a'l all kitl- (iffrutati.

it: h -IIIa'.iaa -W'to

.,maJ thi!,- a c wta 1' Ivt,1 .:irj


"-ary of l-::ar-\V,,-' k'andii ih, Holy


1'.-' o.-'' flirt u- mW .1may
I a il oi
I;-c In'F: tt- ': v'a it i i-



m-t ri--rlct-tiiilaif ta-Hag a.-iit hill'
Ii~-a d thy u(ait-. t"dzay-in which the
ai-, if iiie.at I- p''r iii ted Itoy iii-PellI-
(it Aldiruma ii'.-r au-yen xyear.;n (it itt'
alp hInc"a"iulbyithe lfwairfAatbstitaneti.'
title--' #-,.-u-ed byhi- tiek.i--, ('r other
l'ac ~:iin~uItlile. in, wi~ic a al
jt-tit'lW- v 1iihaasi'.-Coumo to)thae
yo-rfA istc-ret ion are bound to re-
Colvx.-in Loy clIwiminitil.i worthly.ait. x-
t,-iiI1Qtroin aThe tir-;t Sundaay cit Iewi
it' a v.- ..%*#'I (1 l- 44 aea$
hIomiiiitlby th,. j I -c it, of ann nai caii-
nu pr+it- ho.l



mait-.td i-f _aenf-iws iinl-zivirig
B~a ~po0.u.Ito It.t 2r-inttidnto) lii IL
daz~u~.ita: z'j Urn Nar:-I .1-,
Nv-Irkmt:z w-:'.~!o I'-attinw i--u-ax
.'! , .I ,,a r-ed .-;,*.ai-o--A fr'Tai ti I I, it)-
i .I i 4 31-' ta' aau"n atil dayi -&



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M.!,'. A: a :bmuary 1i.. --


THE-

A Nto HF.It L'N G


CRTIRRR$


LIST SHOW FORTY DEAD.
All the Boitl-* In the Red Ash Mine
Niw RItovered.
CnARmLrs-T'zm. W. Va, March 12--It
is believed that all the bodies in Red
Ash mine have been recovered The
work of rescue was suspended yester-
dav. but resumed today, when two
1lodies were recovered, which are be-
lieved to ke the last in the mine. The
fulI list shows 4) dead and six injured,
two of the latter are in the hospital
here and will probably recover. The
inquest will be held tomorrow.
The cause of the explosion is stil a
matter of theory and will probably
nonvr be determined.
The funoi for the benefit of the be-
roared fantil'flis still growing.
North t arot.Ma n Gov< roraihlp.
RALEIOn, March 12. There have
been three aspirants for the Democratic
nomination for governor-Charles I.
Aycock. John S Cunningham and M.
H. Justice. Today the last named with.
drew. saying I:e thought there were too
many candidates lor the nomination.
The odds are Aycock will be nominated
on the first ballot and Cuuninzhain
nominated fur lieutenant governor.
Well, K sown L.iwy,-r I) tl.
GANSEVI.LLF, Ga. March 12.-Jasper
N. Dorsey, a well known young man
and lawyer of Gainesviile. son of the
late J. N. Dorsey, died here Sunday
afternoon after a lingering illnuos of
consumption. He was 25 years of age.
an alumnus of the state university and
was highly esteemed everywhere be
was known. The funeral services were
held today.


"'I think I woiul1 I c'rzy wIr!,
pain wer'- it linot tr Ch Iiitinber liit -
Paiin Bal1i." w"iit- Mr. W H. Stai-
pII, t li, il. H r illitf,. l. I h i tV. .0- !!
A.lllicted wit h r .it-l i- titin fo se*v'erall
y'ear- anid lihave tLiid re-iiiedi- with-
iout lnui bhr. l)tl p:aili hlla!nli i- tt.,,
ie4-t midiciii I hal\iv- 'i, t I eold f '"
Siie aplli<;catiorl rh,-li-v th- pa ti.
l'or s-al -by latiiin at h i-r I.. 1 5. Pi'.tl-
afx ,treet.

J. T. Ste-pliens ha-< a large assort-
menit of liid Storling ilv r and
Roger's Knives, Forks and Spoon

Medical Mociety, Attention.
rhiere will be a rsigular meeting f
the Po*n-aec-la Medi'al Socicty at
the Board of Health office at
o'clock p. ai Tuesoay. March 13.
Visiting physician, are corJiall.
invited to attend.
D. W. MOMILLAN. M. D.,
President
E. F. BRI-CE. M. D..
Secretary. 26mt

C(onsvenltion iCall.
Thpe ixte'niith aiinu;ul vr .ttitisz of
thp W oman'i i 'lir( ititi 'T p eiilpttil('"
n'liioni of Floridi, will h- lih-lrl it,
(iain.- vill-. April ;.rd. 4th ai 'i t:.
Thlie first -..--ion will he at p'. In..
of Tiue-day tho tiitd.
Mi's -Iille KI-earnty of F'lorai.
M il--., will g:ivp the (-'nivi't:ti n li i{-
Idr-+.-, addil int r-t tt t!- o 'at-
-in. .\1.1 t ('C l'>K I tA J. (G I.FN I'r1 -id .i t.
-r'o-, I a! i.K -c'y.

Buy/ your wife oneof/lhose
/an(dsonme parlor suites
'ron MaIrston Fin cl.
TO1 Til-; i'l-LIC.
a ,;l v '-at ( \ ai d '.l ti l . i ," a ir
i M \! 1 '; L.- ", >' : .i '-ll u a ,ir c d -il t ati .-11 ;tr

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;.r p 1 a. C ,l' l ;:.d -, I -
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*r1 "7 '*- f:" -1 a :.d fl-'i i '. f'-', ..
CAj -1 tE


Comforfab'e C aivffl. 9,
pillows, etc., to go with your-
new furniture. Y}ou can
Z,.. JL .- 7-7 -j44 A


nmallp< x Isn Kentueky.
KNOXVILLE. March 12.-A special to
The Sentinel from Middlesboro. Tenn.,
says an epidemic of smallpox is preva-
lent at Barboursville. Ky. The malady
has become so serious that all of the
schools have been closed. No deaths
are yet repo.ted.
Irish FlVi Humored In Londoe.
LO DON. March li-The lord mayor.
A. J. Newton. has directed the Irish
flag to be hoisted over the Mansion
House on St. Patrick's day in recogni-
tion of the bravery of the Irish troops
m South Africa.



KIDNEY DISEASES

are the most fatal of all dis-
eases.

F L V KIDNEY CURE Is I
FULEI Guaranteed Remedy

or money refunded. Contains
remedies recognized by emi-
nent physicians as the best for
Kidney and Bladder troubles.
PRICE 50c. and $1.00.
\V +\. 1, L. r, iH i;. l r:.




T- 1 ;iv,., I'v
HOPE 1L' -. N 2 .. K. ,f H.
Monday HApril 16.. 1900..

Monday, April 16, 1900.


Ir i t! -*),rt. t i n iii n i )li in iIn


FoR STEAM DIVISION
PEN14 iCKOLA I ELECTRIC TEIMINAI
R{AILWAYV (COMPANY.
fTrain" l.'av.' Pont~ola for lbs Littli
Blayou, "alutatto lieaeb. WA arrInifton. Navy
Yard arid Fort Parrancas at
4:501a. in.arrivYC at Fort tiarrancas 7:15&.m
01, pl' a. m.arrive- %; Fort Hisirranca.6 t( 46a.ro
i 0n. im. atrrive- at V-rt b~rr~aricso1-45 vii)
.3.p mu.?srrVe atEVort Furran'-,t. If.: ) p n
i. p in ar:~,-t I Ot arrancha, 7 P 'p mi
p' ~Ip n. #&I rive at P o t Harranoas 03:46 p m
Train% ioeav*- Fort Barratica* for PeODS-
ontoaa
70,a. mt. arr'vo At t PrscI . Ii.
*iliP. ruarriv-at Ft-U~sM'IA 4.....I I.4.NP. Ir
04 i rn r: v pI% IPo r ftco I a ..... : 45 1).fl
41p rIn arriv-- at I-'rl-.aeol .47)4p M
7:ilb 1. tin t -tt at lslftxvois 7.:45 p mi
uIIhI rl tv eI%! V-alacti* .*.I P. m
'-i'onla'.-on Iv
MtNTIAN eCHMI)""m
L 9ia I~mC i~L arnc.

1 a.n. ru.


F, v.i toPamett'a U t In t.rf


Pana *'a 0I').VVV 147dSr
F v, I r -4 n.




PlU1NK t1.1N BEER!


1-aaI-tr-'- I i.x~ alI Pi.X -!(iJa .-
intl I


Geo. Pfeiffer,
PENSA(COL.


VIDAL & SMITH,


ITCHING LIMBS

And All Forms of Itching, Scaly Humors Are
Instantly Relieved and Speedily
Cured by CUTICURA.
The itching and burning I suffered in my feet :ani linih- fr throe years
were to-rrible. At nihit they were wor-e andl would k'1-p lio' awake a:
greater rar, of th.- :i.'tt. I consulted
doctor after doctor., a I wa-; travelling
on the rtaid iimot of 11n tilln', :also one
( of our city docttor-. Notne of the doc-
L.. tors ki \ w what the trouti, was. I got
a lot of the difftirent samtpll of the medi-
cinsu- I had been using. I found then
Sof so ui:av different kindly that I con-
cliudi-d that I would have to go to a
Sinciuuati hoos!ital before I would g.'t
relief. I had frequently been urged to,
try CUTICUIA REIMEIDIES, but I had no
faith in then. My wife finally prvvaile,
upon me to try then. Presto: What
o f a change- I tam now cured, and it ij al
plermauent cure. I feel like kicking
some doctor or myself for sufllvring three
years when I coull have used CLUTICU RA
11. JENKINS, Middleboro, Ky.

COMPLETE TREATMENT $1.25
Consisting of CVTmrcRA SOAP (2.':.), to
cleanse the skin of crusts andil .-cales 1:1.
soften the thickerl,'l cuticle, (C'UTrI'Tv t
Ointment (5(W.), to in-tantly all.1y it'hing,
I ,' "'i 'f- i irritation, andilinlaliiii.ttOii, ,>ii'l .*'tih,.111 1
Seal, and CUTICURA tlKso'.v 'T (."S'- .), to
cool and cleanse the bled, i- of't-n suitlciterit
to cure the most torturing, ,itI ri:., -k i,
scalp, and blood hlnmors, ra'h-., atawl irr:t.i-
-' '- '- r tion.;with los of li.hairwhen pihy trans. hi,-
pit:l;, andi all el fail. Sold throughout the worldl. PrrTE I)a D .\uo CuLe3I.
CfImV ., Sole Props., Boetoi!. "How to Purify and Beautify the Skin," fr"-.
-c O ly i rT I-vl'ri:A ir for baby's ~ekn, sall, and hair. It i- not ot.l:' the purc.t,
't' -t, l,| i nor-t ritru-ntinv 4 nur-Try v -ia-. ~. hult it ,< t. MILLIONS h nt-it troip.i-rt-, oiLtliined ron (r ITIC tcRA, th gr t -katn i cute. i efti prre.erv%,.
purilfy, arlt be'autifyt the- kin, m-a'll, andl hair, ainl ipre,-i-iit -milt' -k;n It.:n-
S -he from be to iig o r lt. F tr-' ii hi tt n- -hli-. hitirit,. intfl :i;
MU iERliS miaUons, an t'ruptions, for vr trld, itu-'liin_ irltatitIn- '.f the --tlip, i th 'ir,,
thin, and fa;iins hair, for red. rough ihnlsaul, anid 1haI'ce Uad.- an.d uipic ln-
fantile bumors, iti U 8b&a i ljtdAtilaable.


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A 1 '


First National Bai


OF PENSACOLA. FLA.


WM. H. KNOWLES, W. A. BLOUNT. F. C. BRENT, W. K. HYEI; .
D. G. BRENT,


rei i md toiestii kikagi 3iUg ul Zil


i' We draw our own Bills of Exchangre on Great Britain, Ir '
Germany, France, Anstria, Italy, Holland. pain. Belgium. Ru.ux.i .
way, Sweden, Denmark and other European countries.
a'Vessels Dl3bur.dl upon the Mot Favorable Terms, and tr. :
Obligations Taken Payable at Port of Destination Ten or Fifteein ID'.
after Vessel Arrives there.
W'Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent in Connection
with which we have a Private Apartment for the Um,
of Re tterit


Cold Weather
Coming. ...
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Tpompso OlserQ 0 :
I'.lia.. W- .-

Coal and Wood.


a .- I( -t 1 141 I o '.


Telephone No. 147.


THE ORIGTNAL -


'T, LOUIS


A. B. C.



BEER.


V. J. VIDAl, Sole Wholesaler.

IL IIllSl. BIRllIES WINS, IIPORIED D01T0E

I Pail Jones ani Echo Spinls Celebrated WhislIS
tp TRt I BOTTLE Of CELERY TOXIC.
B C,'1i PHONIE 154. : : : : P. ) oBX f59t7

JUG & FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED
*Fre DUeI:v.e-ry to Any Part of thb Citv.
S- 41'AL; ,der Ilft at The Office. Vidal & Mmitb, will t r.e .-
att.nd*.wl to.


DUNN'S


HOTEL


ON EUROPEAN PLAN.


TWcc

meals F ~i-A

2M5as E,-,


Restaurant Attached, Open Day and Night.
OY.STII i 1-if .ANI) (G '.It Or A L KINI) IN HF:\-

Special Orders at Any Hour.
T--- -.: <. ;., ,r I.-. ,LODGIN''
513. atr'l .51 1 9 ,i Pa la l(it F, -' r, 'e nha ila, l'l-o rila 2 25 and r c



SJOH N PUJRDY,:-

Foundry & MIlachine Shop.,
S'K- T A I. ," \ r J. ( FV'.. J I 'MN-<>-,N iA > II'I -I f.t


Telephone 346.


Pensacola. fli'-


p A rIV\-.(' -~t-lN(-.LI'MI'FitTRI'(K--%, IA LI,
Car oiu-c- it md OIInU's a l'ujey -ina-'r-1. l~I'-
Agent, ,P-factur'-d to ii rh ar-14aWerklninulike Mifa.-rin --
X. 51- Ritp-'.i
nonjpr in u. Lwj~ I",. w.wv..V44ittlm-m mamvA f~for


Sole Agents for Celebrated YELLOW LA::.
*--other Bigh-Grade Whiskies.--

PROPRIETORS OF THE OFFICE SALOON.
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 14, 1900.


DAuth got' M low ar) H.B In haw.
Miss Slary B. Rensbaw died at
the bome' ut tn.-i itz.pit.-w. Dr. t,' tor
this mor'-Ovit'ir eg-d (41 ror-. Th#
funeral will take placo- fromn Chv-i't
church at 1 :do'cl.a'ck to-niorrow
wm1rnitiz.
Philad,-l:.i3 p .iiaor' .
to copy t !. i- 1 Ii at
Praincans I-or 'Vvyraa~. ~
On arrival of the last excurr'ion
traiosi xI I :Us .. cblz 111Il. ti-XL Sat-
urday the veterans. wearing badges,
Will fa.rin *;1, *,.. -NIatlit Ce to$ tb.-
Ch~autau-1wi grutund--. and insici. to

tpr its 4 *'.' idis -wh : a ite
take ptirt. will *1:tc 2 at the sidg, an3I
h& recte!v--i Lv the vteran- $stand.-
ing:

-' ... .~s. M .. ,
4. 5auii-t -. 1;.id. ..! a
t5~ ~ M,-' 'AI i.. "'a!

All oft'!-pil-Ld'~~-tt5 i
S u w n s, v,.r arI'#, I't ue-" IJt o 0 C4 jp
HIB..%T OF ALL,

-4tI..2~es .:'d I 'r': -




FUNDS FOR, S] ATE MILITIA.
(.~.v~n~uia' ita It. A .k'4 to Agopr.-

W~i~41~'~rt. XarcuAJ.Theadju-
tautil gfnera' of Ib& military organ izaa
tntzill got Te otst-es W,11 bold a confer-
erce i12 ta:ii :tv tuday. with a view tc
ooslaiul.ng 13 'rea,.-d apl ropriatiocs from
congreF'iifor tbe civizen soldiers over
that now rroviaed ty law.
'Coumgross now apturopriates $400,000
for SUPT'iring tile ualatia with arms and
saceonu~z-ment. which to allotted among
the several. states; acoording to their
needs and number of men earoLed. An
uacrease of this amkoung to $40O0O.000
per year wili be asked for a 1iUited
Clase, at least untilThe MilitiaJ@i S016
embly equipped with all the requisisse
msioeesiery to pus the orgeiiatlouss OR
foofug shat will fad thet m Pared
for issy sairincefor which the govern.
zuene may callen them.
Dyspeps;& can h-, *-ind i-i (tlod h%
th#4 ut~e 'if PAIN-KILLER. hi -a
ttits ini-: wa 'nd-i ltti't htd v i 1.0-i'
izned iciti' -v *r kti--wn f5 r this i~
entirely d1itlere'Lt fraiti anr other'


but aone 1V.A iniKill' Perry I )A' ill
Pice 2('-w~~a. jtaI .tt


FULLER TO HANG IN
Final S-atoene on tis lMur<
Mrs. Eugenia Pottil.


APRIL.
ldrer of


MA( o'. March 13--Allen Fuller. the
negro who murdered Mrs. Eugenia Pot-
tie last fall, will be hanged on April 2.
The remittitur in the case has been re-
ceived from the supreme court, and
JTdge Felton has passed final sentence.
When Foller came in court be was
trembling. and it was with the greatest
difficulty that he managed to stand.
When asked by Judge Fe'aon if be had
anything to say before the final sen.
sence was pa&ed on ntm, be saiu:
"I at an innocent mun, and yon are
roimg to take my life for waat another
ua; did. I hadi no more to do with tre
ciliag of Mrs. Pottle than you did. I
ras only there when old man add
,truck her with a stick. It's hard to
uwe for what some one else did."
Judge Felton said that he believed
him guilty, and sentenced him to be
hanged on Monday. April J.
Thai Trxbbing Headache
NV'ould quickly le tve you. if you
'*c-d I[r. Kit,:''* New Life Pill".
'ihollaud- tieirmatchlf-- m -rit for Sick aind
Nervoum Hefad:c!.--. They mnak
pure blood an;d -trontL ni-rves and
build up your health. Ea;y to take.
Try thtmn. Only 25V re-ntA. Money
back it not c'urd. r,',\.I by W. A.
I) Al-inh)-rte, I)ru'gi-t.
WIR,I F ;NCI..
For t! :nxt ..( d'iy.' A. J. W:at-
kins ai!l 0Ir.ler ,,rinai.-netal wir,-
fevicinr at ,-uh llow pricts it will
surpriao everybody. Y..u tcain have
any kind. from 2 t--,t: t, 4 feet hi.h ;
or -you (an L :et tli- .),- it *n l ch- :;'e-t
iron ft-tcinti of aill kilnd-. 11 tln
von de,-ir*- fsci-t'I of :iv kittid (oti>ne
ieave .voui asrdr at \VWi' J.i-miil &
Son's fir int- ati 1 ,,n ia l -ave
noueyv ai d I: .t fir-t-la-- :untai -
t --d :k. A.. W. \VAii',-.
l:':t~ ltii.

Have Yt.ur Pointin .
anId Pap-r Hit:ii dg alone by up-to-
date peiopl,,. In to t;;'-t,-d 't, -tyl+,.
hv patrniz7.ii "- J F 1,1-- 1 & C,.. N,,.

It(.ad Car'- arl Sialk.. sa
YOau' -'.vl -. ..';liurai t ; ',- f-, '\> -,ir. a!. I at
; ll"^ l., ** '. ; : i : : '*" -. . 1. M .*-
l.ard AC.'- .
I' ra'(' \ Ma a.lllli 'II
(on : T --.l'y-.T: uS-,!:h a.,|1 '.,:-
w ill 1b- v>,.a'i:' a-'.i ::,, ','f cih:!ar.! .n.t


.P c-itr it .. '.: 'i t 'I "-
V t V. Hv' 1 .
A-


//.. ]!,'tur ;;oHt u'nrniture.
.larf,, '" 1"i' hare an
nz enfe ,'Co('"c for iout to sq-
lect Ifrom and they i'ill sell
A.. . -, 7;, . 1 ),,


IARITIMK

1'.r !14B 1%;. P4'.Iurice-'s, st t Vncent to
ille1nscu!,t Lvvuh-r a'o
t4 c.% Ir) d l.: i b.-:ti a rlt s, NewvvYork to


ir 2Ska't-rp..z I -:I. f.--I. Hhn i Urg
- ruaa~iA. r, Ali. Am rdani and
Card.*'7

Pr;.Iai. ,:'~ sr.'for Ilai-
b.'a g Ia ','*--. va'a'tmule. I
1'rstuai o for Haii r.wit h '' ts,ifasCot-
ton.. c a 2.'iL b sros !i !1. 101 i)b, C
Pu P-um, tr ion. by W 'S Ke"-


I'F rr .. iM'a* 1 in 'tto





V;4VI.LS JiNPORT


to 117. I'n

i~sj~at t

RARKF.

It lrti.t'n 's' -I '.7. i-'. ""*.-
N'wed I' o--s-a Ar.* to

k'15
Ru'ii." H i i:. 1 ;7. Aka-riunid. cit for Las..

Nor 'a!a.. 7'\p4a dV-7. Julias on torBas-'
it ourway I'4, H'. if i k's n, t~rK y
Co &C
%'or Ntatce~.5.:' ,Tb~. Kl-m. to order
,%or Mer Sramo tzo. u Jn. at Barto
ItAor nvrwa. 04. Hozzrikento RW 8 Key-r
R1u11%-,(IPY&ut. 0~ ~ital~.cd frM n
1,or-wo '1. bei 8rdvaoU to i.R JqPi, DUTi.

Ku !!- I K-r'.ing'. M. t ) 4 triiaar
.%:nIr.-ra & .L. r.* ..iia i V' o. n. t ar to
wOd, L~


t:' ,MAit-PN.K* -.i t

1.,,k1.a
'a tn H -mlarna Ax~-. -fan. to nvinat-r
OF. ~~ '.A _N D A-k!LEDF-%FN
LAW8 SH IPSI.
K~v!lqia. IL -!it 1; -1.4% a' NIr.'h"
W--org% in,. Nor. -:,I Nt n'1'-st. Mar, h
Fern .tiU.
It U I I.. fl'.; ,a I H1~r r v. ja'tn
H ira n-1,a. or. --*at.. At tw-rp. .jail 1,1
S-1' w i.:t~am. 1l7. :_-,6Harri-aar, iSt M.' al i 1,I-
fllj
I 2aaa'.. a':,i~ I :. 4:1.W4i. Z r-'. % 2 wt -


.4'.i, .A I., ,~r. -' 'ii2 en2
a ~n :.* S : N sr .-.aI I'i as -a- -,I'*I


.4'j...'a t''isC1 I.it 1 1 larl,'iiiw~ta' a nI 314
.'.aI I it I i : R 4 0 x 11i A ~a'
Ebia~rs 'ia.'.u .-T I .auz.. Son Ort 14


Fu; v,. I -it's -i %11)1a' I.aLs .. 'iI(re
Naa.v ":..t'.ekr poa- PFt'1at
-i Ia-r.r-Nosr. -.41 fr'ra-tssr'I15.-c I1
J, I! I ^:I I r -: 4. 'N -,r. 4.1C.Ithr I -tIftT1 a nd Nov 11)
iaahsatas'. Ncor. %iI 1an'''I t.-,'is
Noi 'h- s idi t.(51lna.1ftl .'V,
Lmia.. It. 4"1s. 411 ~-:''iNov W
iaLou..I' iLi-. c7., 2Hbstur-z Fo 1)I
Niaa:(1^101. sa.i .'o *sld .111i1Y i1
Ma-e.aima. It. -A Htainiiriz. Natvs
hI aI. 1-.U.4. I .i IIA Pt 114 ica a act *!-
Iarvta--'r-w. I t v 'i,-d 14 u *-n mt A v r.'-. t 14
Ian~a'Cadr. I.:. i.'.4Id Amn'tsertdanl Ja n1
iatr" I.N r -4,-t. aol rre.tois. .J mai-,.
It ~ '..11I.at Lk psi cFL %(r 1
11' 118 1"41Au:a V*, M .4-Ira. VI' '
SCEOONmIaa.
Polio%,. iA-ia.. cnttery Roads lane.c2
NAVAL 8TWHES MAltKKUr
trjp'.srtow1 Daily f'sr The News Vip
31,.arm. A. M1. Mosrs A Cop


'A' I"
a'. 1


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L i ....... ... .
S E ............. ..
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8r:].T5 TI.PZTwI..Z--I ; oonlt.
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup is the best medi-
w ...i'. * .: '. a: . '.. ,t a t J ," ', it -
Sr.' .l ion r


Three Large Stores
:.', ; .,f I-" ,NI T I I:. '," t;,.- t
;, :*. ..*. \\ * + ;,;i I i l ,i t, \ t r
-',.. :i i; I,. -:a' t Pr,-tty. n--:a:!y-


NT. P. PR0,'S
i' ,. ; -i!:. l]';ir.:t'i~;: ir.. ".:;-++.


To t le ladies:


* 0


op o '~


SPEI4L IPOTICEs.


HO


CLEARING SAL!


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


prices....


A Special Sacriiice!


.;,.i Pairs Ladi'-' Vici Kid SpriniL'
Ht-el Batton and Lace Sha-' 'I


for only


$1.25.
REGULARR PRICE $21>0.


Gentlemen,


Don't Miss It!


tA SHORT TIME:
THE ONLY TIME,
AND CASH TIME.


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


$2.50.
REGI LAlt PRICE $35 ).


-o About l
thel Low-
SCity.

I


Don't ,o-.e Time and g
Pricing. We Still Lead a- t
est 'ricit SIh)w Hous- in thei

Your-. for Slhoe. ant


TRXUNIK


/. GUGENHEIA


FOR BEAUTIFUL


and Draperies of all kind-,
a- we-ll a.is -verythiint; in lth
Furniture Line, call at
T?, Escainia Furniture Coimpany's.


iOHEN


SPRI NG


,' We are prepared to welcome our
" home and visiting people to see our
Spring Line which we are receiving
a. rapidly.
_, % A.o.


I'-'
,,4
a-: -


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



Our Stock is Immense!


Y f1 / \ -'! ,


/ I.


A big line of Ladies' and Children's


Slippers just received.


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


A T. Millinery,
t .. 's..
' ;,t ,"f Furni,'"hhin : and ( 'I/, d,.1 a. ,o.St .;."
Given Away.


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


- YTou arc CorilaIy iitc to Visit Cur Mf otit El.tablishmint ?.


We are Invincibles in Low Prices
This makes our Success.

S Mail Order- Promntiv Attndd t,).
Trade Disc,,uut of 6' on all Ca-h & 'u :ch..-.' .2


SCOHEN, FREEDMAN & CO."

S - ': -. . *- .. A:
'rr-


W.3. WRIGHJTCOMDPANY,


LUMBER, LATHS,

I II 'AWED CYPRESS Sf"JINGLES-4KiIR-DrIef Sip;
RUG8i PES A C()I1,A. FL A.


RT T IZ NWSI' WIT COLUMI !


F. E. BRAWNER'S*


E


N


IS ARRIVING!


To make room for them the remnant of Winter

Goods will be sold at Sacrifice Prices.

Here are some of the Bargains.


Waool I'na2'-"ri.hit-. reg,.iiir 4''..'valIup

re t-.uar i12 goitc. for thiai -&e
.;-'/.-.:ash HFat'k a-fII'air-t'ionsririts'?ma
hajlf wastot -, ass.r"v iWaa' --v ,'ii-e r.
Iw- U2]11,4 &Iv-. poyara!

sa:a'.p.'Pr *......

-.'r. ,-r t h:i.s '.pr ytar.
4.-'ca' I i ''flris-t ta. blaek a-sn l .allI
'"d-.ai lW-a4 an~tsi zk w'arp. r.--gjart
7: a.!:.c qa-'i1r. fo r tt'ln .. -r
Yard. 58 a:A
B..i' rzac'adin- nan' bin'r--.r...:.
1's.. ..for this svile. per yar 1.


W arpt u ':.?


'Si -


.1.~ 'as2c


F REDMAN eo'Is
[D [nuu x PI

r All 1fiir 6 -ii


I u I4'IILN -'. I I- IvIo0%


t It it F NI I Z 1 .t r 'It -t
.-' r. i-se; lv t 7-st ,





i i Ira .* -ta
'as-'st Stronge.t.'
R KEN r Ia.(ff4'I,..
F `1-1111ing A;, ply Ia., Will.I


F &cN JTURkE F obR '4AT-F---f,
leaving tbv City. Apply at*. a-
ragosa sit re..
I 6 ALF-V0ift-'..n actIVoitt
K.flene. with scciod .Vt ro Iii -A.
'.Ihle -ewai3 oua.' alAtd wtllIii. Sr-
roA Iau h rep ITiltIs-# resoi t h o -, '- aI
Landi runs aolonegratcht as? wmv .t 1. t
road. I ;t)asl !'oil. ?4;stlsrit iti !a 1*.
fairn aor caiburisan tsati . Prik- )qiI'
to K. Will exenuuallgefo~r city lria.p
NO! .a' ,IIAl.F.-NIv'rtl.-.,r.- 4..4 111; tsr' at
p'tia saInd H..u.-'v 'uc.'- air 'ia
tt n.'I 1haw. ,3fcMiltan. P'lth A..


lS 'AaiL 'r N"Iar ... t




F nit'.. ?s':' i K .-a.i ia hw-v I
-ojl~i .!, -H,%all I v niarata,&
4'. W at-., .It
?V t:t S L-PsI. : I iii'.-' (It-;r%-zr
I t :s* ,I IItIf, *'aInsa M,- ..5


A N r w. i t.
I aV.it -i.-l i t" o *''

Prl %VAN tI-'a '


1 a iI i ; t I '"a i
A %TF I'-- AIf kua. u
_" h 15-Y 'JO U L, I Au 1-4''

WAL~rK1)-oieIbgtfor b)*tt-tS.A
Waor [ito.


V...N1 and Ijuept-rarjtrn i Dow
Its tli tb t'rvn it. tneb feedoona'at
wir of k'alisfrv and Jawksaasrj;_
trane.. ou Jack ton. Terms82.upt-'

AL.AND) FEMALF M4144 H"
i~co-rnoir ('hmse and E'evalil,,.t - r.
part-0s faor capleg"a or hu'aiotia'.' .1 if -
dt-1.pr! flpai. N: (l t toi iit, b.-..





MI-I I i*1-tt, Em r I, ,n' i W. -

LI Dand doal-v in "~aijut. r *i k' a
MArtic luues~. Har ola-na.. 24W.
11ho Urmi nhnPrme.iist


... -a.


tsr


I9C6 A l of ,*


'V I.' r.
'.:a I Ca


in~x l la4n'j/l/(o.ai lhll'

Their prices are/fs'


Si
S ~ .~ Li


- ~. a.-.- --. .. -a- t 2~ 4t .to2A j~.co;niplete, l


4


Anyone interested in
new and nobby gar- Remember the Place,
ments for Boys' and
Children's wear, should F T E R
call on Rice's represen- m- 1
tative at Merchants _mM____ ____m_


,, ,, will sell yoI iv ,' at ,,i .
on lon time.
'A V 31+" TryT t'Ix N l' ,,w a t


w-. -a' a-a .''2-f.t.Cs-.-


-.- 105 S. Palafox Street,


r- f'aid




of sald veistil.


0#9u 01#r1 4 WoJID.



for ra-tura St- E ~ :ztt-)n.




~ pri-ps.'t V;, v .. A

Dons negotivted. 6 to 8
Binkley & Daniell.
rA N A A T.'I' -'V -


li-1--%.it r: Y.



H. it .


0 lRGKET STORE E.


GOODS.


sPRI


ITOC


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k 0f


f j.1 II '1-i il


, ; 'm "i i, 1) It , N .


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