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PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 15. 1900.


VOL. 30.


NO. 35.


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Tnd leading ste ob t he a f, pabe of
Rev. Charles M b~adoa's dily today
was a brtef story by Aso ae Bdso the
Cbear troliug of rhe promp rlpoos.
to the aponal mad n Mbeg tlof feature of
otracken India, The l4tan Endevor
Wori d of Boetraiteo. wished Mr. 8aysisl
di a urgring hr teoopre famad, bai he
-tve be I too bcy io mwas n to thi-
work nard. and eaguin tha tribs con-
be ,eat tnroagn re;Qmar obanneil.
Governor Staoey wrtse a colama r-.
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;)i e<,ss t rison reform bas made It the
-titt .\:+., her colcmn was an m rt .
war e-rto .U by Beard, and in this Con-
icrti',,n < ntj neral <:,i' latest list of
e'a-A.ties in Luzon will be run with
c,)uni'out by Editur Sheldon. A leading
art:.l on ihe lor-si page was a stafe-
ment :r 1 l the Kaubau Millers' aseocia-
'i u prateeting against alesed unjust
!re4trwent waich they receive at tie
:.aia i of the railroadA.
(). *e e.Cra ifi.:. w.h wal
ma. i. f the war. and Editor Sheldon
Sainim-nted free v ou the news. There
was a long ec. trom (irinonell, Ia..
t.** i,(u, f tie r.t :g:narin (,f P:re ieut
(;itt-.A of the Ilwa co.iege and giving
un. ras,mns rthre*or.
Ti.- ioL- iteader was headed,: "What
t'au We Do to Make This a Better

I' aiv.cat.e- nounprtisan politics and
rz:ee a higuer standard 1f rngnteous-
S-NE aDnig oficiaTs and peOp.e.

SIGNED WITH A GOLD PEN.


I tie Nw 'V neane s' Iltll I' N..w the
L.iw f lih- Land.
\VWA nitoro. March 14 -At 14 min-
u:-s to 1 o'c.o -k tans afternoon the
pro.ident asixed hia signature to the
Uinancial bail. thus making it a law of
the land. Mr. Overstreet of Indiana,
who had the bill in charge, arrived at
the White louse about 5 minutes be-
foure that time and was sbuwn into tbhe
cabinet room. where he was joined by
the rrestlJeat wao, after inquiring if
the ril nad been compared with care.
afited his sigaature to it.
At the samke time be recalled to those
wno atood by the fact that many of the
important financial bills whioh had
been passed by congress had been ap-
proved oa the fourteenth of the month.
lie ep ke of the Sherman act. the re-
sumulion act and now the bill which
was before them. In signing the bill
the president used a new gold pea and
houlier which Mr. Overstreet had
brought with him for the purpose.

S'mr stomnac:h. fullnes- after -at-
In fl:itiultleice. art- all atu--d lbyv
inip-rfe-ct (diLestion. PIRIc KIN. AStI
ITTKI-I conir-cts thle di-ord(ers ,t
ntice-. dtivfs out b:idly d igested f,-od
tia-l tion- the stmntach. liv-r ad
h wel-. -For sale by Hannahl Bro<-.

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


CHINESE SQUADRON


TO BE ESTABLISHED,


Result of a Conferlence With


German Ambassador.


A SPECTACULAR WARNING

Ameirriel W\tchl 'ralsl aud iRu.lsta l'rr.
hunsed (e-s iiu-ny \1) Illake a Sismli-
lar I)lfgustii ratloira.


-',4REW AWAY HIS BUTTON.
Old Soldier Was Brutally Tre.ted by
a Negro t.u.trl.
WASHINGTO. March 14. --Feeiing ran
iagh at the Coeur d'Alene investigation
before the house committee on military
affairs today and there were several
s: .ited exchanges between Ohairman
lluil and Representative Lentz. George
(;,rneil was on the stand relating his ex-
erience during imprisonment which dif-
fars only in detail from those of other
wi'liesses.
Otie o his recitals was as to an old
soldier, who because of brutality of the
negro soldiers toward him, took his
Grand Army button from his coat and
with tears in nis eyes threw it away.


N:'.v Yu:. March 14 -A special to IGurnell said he made a memorandum of
the J,,urual and Advertiser erom Wash- the adair. but the book was taken away
e Jurua and Advetis from Wash- fi )m hinm and he saw it afterward in
ingtou lays: the possession of Ba;rtett Sinclair. the
hle Getrman amtbass.ldor, Dr. Von governor's representative, during the
Hol.utl,:. h.ad a luong conference with troubles.
Atini 6eczetary of State H11il in which Mr. Sinclair, who was present, arose
try of a in and declared there was no buch soldier
tue latter was presumably informed as had been described.
that a demou.tration in Caina might Mr. Lents protested affainst state-
be expected from lRussia shortly. ments not under o.tth. He also gave
Te chief o the burea f ag notice that he would call on Mr. Sin-
Tue chief the bureau of av clair to produce all his books to
tion. Rear Admiral Crowninshield, locate this alleged soldier entry.
sought secretary of State Hay and Chairman Hull here interposed to
oaund him at the Hay residence, after remind Mr. Lenta that he was not
which the navy department anuoanced the entire committee and was not in a
that a Chinese squadron will be position individually to order the pro.
established and tuat Rear Admiral uaoutio of books. This was the province
Kempff, now commandant at the Mare of the committee and without such
island navyyard. will be sent to Maailsa ati1o Mr. Iauts's notice amounted to
to take this squadron for oruising the abinf.
Chinese and Japanese coasts also that Mr. Lentz stated that this was thb us-
Rear Admiral Remy. in charge of the ual counr that books referred to Io te.
Asiatic sesuot, will maintain the naval itanomy would be called for. He asked
base at Maala. h the te oaiSmistte make the request
It is saderstood that Rear Ad iral W .! without objection this was doMe.
Kempff's squadron will eoanist of h -
Oregon and Baltimore, now at Mamula, BATTLE IN CLOUDS A MYTH.
the Iowa, Phi adelphia and Marblehead,
now on the Pacific coast. and the Mot.- V*terams Say There Was No Figihtlig
iromerv. now attacuea to the South At-. n Top of Lookoue.
latic s tatond here that the f M Pins. March 14.-During the ses.
It i; believed here that the formation *:o of t Confederate H..tor:cal "so-
of the Chinese squadron by the United s of
Statue is to tobe a spectacular warning to ciatien here there was an interesting in-
lusoia and Frante tuat American in. formal discussion touching an historical
ierests are involved in any change in question in connection with the Chick.
tne cont.iions in Cmina. Presumably amoaug campaign.
Germany will uAke it imilar demon- ama campaign.
trma( y will ke u. lar o- nerl Gordon. Captain Carnes and
t- several other veterans, who were at the
CRADDOCK KILLED SHARP. battle of Coakamaugs, agreed that the
u Lattie in tue clouds was a popular error
Ih-y \V-.re 6;H.ib,r.g &d l Quarreled whicb had crept into text books and has
Over i. (:arl. beue generally accepted as history by
A'Ai:'AI.IA. Ala. March 1,. This tuose uot familiar with the details of
moru-ug Wlli] -'ra.Jid.-:k .Lut aiad ki!!d the eventful campaign. There had been
rno actual tfigting on the summit of
Thomas Snarp ii the juryroom of the Lookout mountain. The pictures and
courthouse. They had been gambling paragraphs representing the federal
and Snarp accused Craddock of secret- scaling the perpendicular walls amid
ug a caid. tut the difference was snp- smoke and lead had no foundation in
i .a ... tt th ^ dfernc w tact.


IueriSe 4. :A.i U tv Eeu reP eI, t. v JUU i ti
game enmdld raddock picked up Sharp's
iii Ot (andl saidi:d
"It's a good gan, but not as good as
wine," anti with a remark: *Lo,)k out!"
tired point blank at Sharp's forehead.
killing h:m instantly.
Cratidouk was givsn ai r.reliumnary
trial today and remanded to jait with-
cut bail.
TOWN NEARLY DESTROYED.


Light Spring., Fiat., llae a Very D)r-
titrucltv "FIre.
IIMiHSPK iNas. March 14.-Fire. which
originated in the drug store of P. F.
lIciton & Co., swept through the town,
destroying :3 bu:ldingu and causing a
loss approximating $.30.000. There was
very Ittle Insnrance.
Ualy seven business houses are left
standing in the town. Fifteuen stores
and ofliceiN were burned. Among the
building.. destroyed were the postofflce.
i[.Iton'U uruj store. H. Walsu's shoe
store. PIutuam's general stire, the
high i S-rinr News printing uilice and
The Senutinel printing office.


Ail Se-.t to.1 ill.
SAV%'.~ati. March 14 -Judge Emory
Speer tia re:'used to dlicharge A. L.
Whee.er. aiias J. S VWheeler. and H..
BI Watts. alias C. J. Watts. In other
words their peas in abatement to the
effect tMat they were not the parties in-
dicted with 1). A. Tyson for the fraudu-
lent une of the mails were overruled and
they were compelled to go to trial with
the other oefeudants, all of whom
pleaded not guilty to the charges of
conspiracy and fraudulent u*e of the
mails
Desperate Fight With Coivicfs.
Cot MBIA. S. C. March 14.-This
morning five convicts on a penitentiary
farm near this city attacked Abe Nar-
ling. a guard. They got his Winches.
ter. but did not know how to operate it,
and fought him with hoes. He suc.
ceeded in drawing his pistol after a des-
perate fight, and killed Tom Houghton,
a negro desperado. and wounded an-
other. Two surrendered and tooe fifth
escaped.
I IEncourage Mitanufacture .
K "txiLuE. March 14.- The city
coiuuil of PErstol. Va., last night
granted a request of the Virginia Iron.
Coai and Coke company that it be re-
":evedi of five years' taxes on all new en-
terprises launched taere. This request
was made recently. It is said tke com-
pany wir a at once begin the establish.
ment of rolling mills, coke oven pianBs
ana perhaps a steel plant at Bristol.
'rylug to Save Neal.
CoqI.t iA. S. C.. March 14 -The ef.
t irts to have the Ne.al case dropped are
S.ntnuing. Letters are being received
quite often and personal interviews are
L.aing had looking to the dropping of
tne Oase against Colonel Neal. The
case are to be tried at the April term
of the court in this county and there is
no indication that the oases will in ary
way be compromised.
Upp-r Teu" at Eugeue Arbona's.


BIG CONCESSION OF LANDS.
A Pulp Syeilionte Acquires Valuable
I ranchlnes In C'anpada.
ToUnoTio, March 14.-By agreement
brought down in the legislature last
night, a big concession of pulp lands
for 21 ye-ir !s granted to a syndicate
ciemprised of a number of Canadians
ann intcuding Marshal J. Dodgeof New

The concessions include 50 square
mtles on the Spanish, Vermillion and
Unaping rivers and in addition to the
payment of the schedule of fees the
syndicate agrees t6 expend $o0.000)
within three years in the erection of a
Tiuln and paner mill
11ltllEIK) THE GltAVEI.
A -tairling incident of whieh Mr.
John o!liv r of Philadelp hia. was the
-ulbj-et, is narrated by him 4!, fld-
low-: "I w;iA ill mLot dre:d> 'ti!
o, (dition. My skin w'n 2 alin-, t y, l-
low. es sunken, tongti roatpd,
pain continually in back andd ,ides.
1uic aqi-tit, gradually growing i
ve:Aiker" day by day. Throe phy-.i-
alii;iI' had -iv en me llup. Fortuntate-
I;i. a ft i:id advised trying *Electric
I''ter-.' ~ind to o iny great joy and
-it, ieri-,. the first bottle made a d,,-
c'idil i;nipiroveiient. T continued
th* ir u-!e fr tlhre' w-+t k-. and aiiin
noiw a wll imnan. I know they saved
my lift, and robbed the grave of atn-
oti,-r victim." No one should fail
to try th -in. Only W0) cents per bot-
ti" at W. A. D'Alemberte's Drug
Store.
.v...-. I un African War.
OrTAWA. Mari-h 14 -Lite last night
tue hUouse divided on Mr. Bourass' mo-
tin that the uouse refuse to consider
; e a.tunon of taoe government in rela-
nion to the South African war as a
;ore-edelnt whbi h should commit the do.
mruncna to any action in the tunure. the
voiw Ptndinug 11. rto 10 against it. Tne
matterr were ail Frenco Canadians, six
I..berals aud four Conserratives.


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ATT ,TA, March 14. Dr. 1 L.,
i ;I,: ou!, a 1ain wel ktniwn ;mixo,)ng the
business and professi-.nai men of At-
,anta and a partner in toe Brooks Den-
tal Specialty company, has been ar-
rested on a warrant from Savannah.
charging him with forgery, and carried
to that city for trial. Tte amount in-
volved in tue transaction is said to be
cn.y 5. Uo
Wants to Disfrntnch!qs Niogro.
MACoN, March 14.-T. W. Hardwick
of Washington announced today that
he wuuld probably be a candidate for
re-election to the legislature. say:ng the
only reason he wanted to go bai-k was
to again introduce his bi:1 to disfran-
chise the negro. He asserts that the
restriction of the negro vote is the oniy
taking that will help the po.itics of
Ueurgia. __
"He that seeks finds." H}{- tlat
take Hood's arsaparilla fitind in
its use pure. rich blood and conese-
quently good health.


CONDITIONS IN ('11.


Settlement of Its Affairs a Grave
Problem.


SENATORS TO VISIT THE ISLAND.


i'ersonnl Iu Initiullon to liHe Made
by) a 4 *nnli m ite*--'ine ilaskanu Bill
In the ,eunHt.-- le-lntie-Lluan Who
4 uuldn'tl le ribed.
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I t- I'' tl* "'L t-. IIlIllIA: 11V o f qc I IdI- .m ath i
vitlier tIii se- if the l'iiilippin Ies .or Poqrto
Itic. .It is hecu lsitcc. of1this iiir-~u
that Souia I )I I hit t. of Coin nev t-t i~t Ald-
rich till Ithulo -Islauad will Tiller of Col-
orafielc. ri-lorc-Nc-itlg Ithe -,,lailittct- On
r-clatieus ~wlihI ,ulca. hea1ve. tle-clded lto
visit til-h.- LdiAid t iljl a sc-ttaiin as far as
pwsplio~- tI iltahee- ondsithious existing t bet.
TLes.e Senaitor)1s hay.tIcc-eli re-ading the
rtports eoe!Iflic U aited I tatus officers.
they lmve-.- imid ;e-w-r'al Broukv. w~'ho
was ii iitary govtrutir tof1thie iWand.
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favorable action itthi~im wsslu. Pre-
hap@ the unfiletMng Interviot4 may tbD
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a cable. Amrnin W. Drviw.

TO CURRl A COLD IN ONIK DAY
Take Ia.xative Bromo 4ulninso Table$*. All
truggiceta refund the money If It f`1l1119 9#
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Earl Mayor of Columbia.
CoLrKmBA. S. C.. March 14.-Dr. V.
Sumter Earl and ex-Mayor McBeth
Sloan. the leading oontestante of a
former primary in which there were
five candidates for mayor of Columbia,
have run the flual race. which is equiv.
alent to an election. The voters wor
registered. Only 1.741 votes were ca,
Dr. Earl winning by .JI majority.
Vet4.rans of ( tlvl Wr Cleal.
CLEVELAND. Mareh 14.-General Jobh
J. Elwell. one of the best known citi.
zons of Cleveland and a haro of se
civil war, died last Jight Dealh wa
due to old age. but probably bateseed
by injur is received during the civil
war. from which he never fnlly recov-
ered.
('resreut City Derby.
NEW ORLEANs. March 14i-On a.
urday next the Crescent City derby.
worth $4,000. will be decided. The
field that w:ll contest is not made op
and only surmise can be formed In this
line, but the sure starters are F. W.
13rodo, the Oonqueror and Sidney Loca&


A. I. D- Fluent. editor of the
.i,,,irnil,,, Dl)oyle.-ttown. ) -utl-red
I a r fi umber of ye-ar' irn ti rheuina-
ti-in In his ritrht should( r and "Ide.
He sys: **.My right arri at timtnes
was entirely- use-l--is. I tried Cham-
lberlain'- Paini itlm, and wa- sur-
'priT.-d to rIt .iv) r ,e-' e lif almf i t iinm -
diat ly. 'Tlih Pain H1:lm ta- be-en a
coIlst. att companrl n of mine Pevr
-ie'- ;: (Ind it rve.r fail.,." For -aljc
blv Haninah iro s.. 21 Siouth Palafox
.tr,-e t.

Se'rv'icealel agoni..
lt--t material. l)h-st irotintg. l' te t
ill nirovemenlt--t. lowest rprice-s. These
I tprins ply' to the A I W:ageon-i sold
by J. M. Hilliard &('t.

All thle best brand of lilinor- ar,
A tiger-t ArbonAi 5.

Cotrinir, the AIb;a Haywood Co..
the cetl-brat.d comPdiati -upported
by se-vpral musical :rti-ts of r-nown.
D)n't fail to get tick-ets. Price 7S
cer't.. BH-ni-fitof H P. ). 0.Elk-s char-
ity futi. t'luttr-r's Hall. Monday
evtn.il;g, l'1th inl..t. inln2tf

S IMPOltTANT NorivE.
iTo taro 'contratior- Ilaci (I*- 'al l' u!i: of
S Notics- i, hi -r.lby L'iv, 'n that on afnd
;aftt-r the first day of April lJI.. no
i on mechanic or litlore-r will wnrk
o-ren any building with any uri-on-inors
miln- whI r- th-rt- r- i- an ; rti .or* ;i ization
' of -:lId i'raft umld-r thi jiuri-diction
of the (',.ntr:,l T'rad- l ( 'i rci il
ila'mf J. JI. J ,,i IA.tN.

Handsome pui-ures, bric-
a-brac, et., in. endle.s. ar-
ra/y at rock bottom prices at
MAlrston 4 Finch's.


Who is Rader ?

He's is the Furniture
Man.

Your Credit is Good
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0. MI. PIIYOH,
B.r;, .in Pjrntitur.- IHone.

DURHAM Cigars have

no equal. For sale az
D'A'emberte's.


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EMPLOYMENT OFFICE.
Ring up 38 or call at the office.
11 North Valafox -tr-et, when in
need of a carpente-r. H. 1). H< ffman.
Buwine' A'.-'-zt of the (';rrp. nter'-
and Jon,er- I'ti.'u. will urii- h youp
with the d--ir.d hl -lp on short no-
tice. t,__ t


GAS


RANGES


-A'tow


All Connected
Ready for Use
for...


$13.00!



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.


PISC A GAS cO,


No. 3 S. Palafox Street.


Jamecs lituiles'


Boiler Uforks


Steamboat and Sawmill


Work a Specialty.


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TENDERS A SPANISH FLAG.
Hobsou Desires to Present Ills State
With a Trophy.
MONIOME V. Ala., March 14.-Gov-
ernor Jonnston is in receit!t of a letter
from Richmond Pearson Hobson, at
Hong Kong, in which tue young hero
expresses the desire to present his na-
tive state with a Spanish A merican war
relic, a flag and flag polo. He says
"uie flag is the United States enusiga
which I hoisted on the armored cruiser
Infant MariA Teresa., tlutship of Ad-
mirai Cervera, at the moment of her
successful floating, the vessel being
atterwarda lost on her way north. "
Tue flag pole, he says, has the form
of a mast. being cut from the foremast
of the Spanish gunboat Don Juan de
Austria, sunk at Manila, and of the
foretopmast of the Spanish armored
crui-er Almuirante Oquendo, destroyed
at Santiago. The pole, he says, will be
110 feet high, and he asks teat he be
permitted to assist upon his return to
this country in the erecting of the staff
and flag upon the ground of the state
capitol near the spot where Jefferson
Davis was inaugurated as president of
the confederacy. Governor Johnston
answered, accepting the interesting
reilc in trh name of the people of Ala-
bama. He wrote:
**It wil. be appreciated the mrre by
the people because it comes from a son of
Alabama. whose conspi nons gallantry
has shed undying iuster upon our state."

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N.o, N,,r", !'.::t'.. < .".. I :- '
MISS EVELENE M. HEIrE. Prrin',il.
MISS I10 PIAGGIO. A-i-tant.
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Best Patent Flour.
Our 7 sd/ hit.1 / Jo/a,' Place For Pensacola


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Phone 105.


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The Well-Known.
Up-to-Date Store


Eczema!

The Only Cure.
Eczema is m.re than a skin disease,
and no kin rernodies cain cure it. Th"l
d,, 'trs ar, unable to effect a cure, and
th--ir mineral mixtures ar- darmnt'inn
t. tne mostt powerful constitution. The
w\;l,* trti'ille is in the blood. and
tSift's Specitic is the only remedy
' which can reach such doep-s(ated blood
dise:a- es.
E -.'.ma broke out on my dau:.hter. and con-
tinueud to spread u:ntli
her h ad was entirely
cover; .1. She was trt-attd
by -,-v-ral good doctors.
1 it gr .w ,rs, and the
dreaifui dit.-ase spread
to her face. Lhe was .
taken to two celet.rated -
health springs, but re--
ceived no benefit. Many
patent medicines were taken, but without re-
sult. until we decided to try S. S. S..and by the
time the first bottle was finished, her head lb-
tgan to bheal. A dozen bottles cured her coin-
pletely and left her skin perfectly smooth. She
is now sixteen years old. and ha a niagnifr.>on
-rowth of hair. Not a siirn of the dreadful
di6e&se aj ever returned.


H. T SinoRr.
2704 Lucas Ave.., t. Louis. Mo.
Don't expect local applications of
soaps and salves to cure Eczema. They
reach only the surface, while the di-
sease comes from within. Swift's
Specific


S.S.SYO Blood
is the only cure and will reach the most
obstinate case. It is far ahead of all
similar remedies. because it cures cases
which are beyond their ranch. S. S. S. is
purely vegetable, and is the only blood
remedy guaranteed to contain no pot-
ash. mercury or other mineral.
--Books mailed free by Swift Specifle
Company. Atlanta, Georgia.
UiobM. ICcred rlercoverPn.
N'-w Yon), March 13.-Roland Rued.
the actor, who has been siok for the
past four months in St. Laka's hospital,
has been discharged and is on tue road
go iLul recovery.
For Rolitf of Alabjlnian..
WASHINGTON. March 13 -At the op3n-
ing of the session of the house today, a
bill was passed for the relief of the hbeirs
of Philip McClusky and John Hogan of
Mobile. Ala.
EZ'tJlHe J. Hall, t, pot uan i pu; -
li-e;r. .ivs that one (b ^f r4f 01'*.
Hcenv au( Tar r-t,,red IA-i; voice
when lihoarsiness thire tt ..d t., ; rc-
vent hi; lecture at (cntr.i Mio-ic
Hall. Chicago. Nothir n' e;-, ;ia
good.-W. A. D'Alemnl.

CASTORIA
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears tnb
signature of a4


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STARTLING DEVELOPMENT.
Lide's Wife Stys That Shb Was Not
aaa 1ulted.
MONTGOMERY, Ala., March 14.-The
killing of Magistrate A. B Johnston,
at Dooley's. this county, last week, by
S. A. Ltde, has developed a genuine
se -'ion. Both men were highly re-
._- Immediately after the killing
Lide surrenderedd and gave out the re-
port that Jounnton had attempted to
criminally assault his wile. wnich is
considered by the juries in thi.; state to
justify murder. Mrs L'do confirmed
the story before the coroner.
Lide's preliminary trial was to have
been held today, but he waived oexai-
nation. His wife was here to attend
trisl. but she is said to have made a
positive statement to friends that John-
I son did not assault or insult her, but al-
ways showed her the utmost considera-
tion. Her father, a Mr. Reynoids, a re-
spectabie gentleman, vouches for this
statement and says his daughter was
forced by threats from her husband to
testify as she did before the coroner.
All of the parties are well known in the
county.


Itig IracKl'lg Pistit.
FORT WORTH. Tex., March 14.-Th!
Dold Packing company has sent repre-.
sentatives here for the purpose of close.
ing a deal to erect a plant in Fort
Worth to cost over $1.000,OUO. The
prospects are fair that it will be built.
At (. V. I I llip-omn's.
Crune'. Lad(ie-' Note 'apter. .aitl
Envelpe to match.
('ambridt.e Itiet and E:,.vlI- .
Hurd's Parchli t.it.
Invi:ition Pa.)er al;d E ,nv-.l'pe-.
Lint-n i a')det-.
Fro-t; d V lit!in ai,, K v l. p-l .
Engli-i Noe; r:,iiin W,ve: Ti--une
Paptr; D)eni-o*i,'s ('rt; e. lEtr.. with
'i get-eI ral a-.o',trtlel.t of -t.ttionery.
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No. ) 0 Stuith 'Pailafox stue-t.


Do You Want

To Be Pretty?


ATTENTION, LADIES! I


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


bad?
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

qqqiS' ,p 4pl4oy,
21.-, S.outh Palafox St.


Indigestion!

Wec challenge the world
to pr'odiuce ai reinedy/ eCual
to there .Iatchless Mineral
\ after r for the cure of In-
digestion, ysp,epsiat and
all/; fI'rms of SfImtach, Bow-
el Troubles and Skin Dis-
eases. Guaranteed to (cure
or money refunded. Cost
on1y -7 c nt-s a day to isc if.
One do(10,ar bottle last tw1cn-
ty da11s.
FvrI s(l' b l) t dI.fists:.
(fso I" '. T. Grc'ii ,' (o. ,01
. 1Palafox ,Street.
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Greeuvilie. Ala.
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Real Estate Agents,
PENSAOOLA. FLA.L
REPRESENT TWENTY-TWO OF THF
LEADING O FIRE. LIFE, MARINE,
ACCIDENT. FIDELITY. PLATE


OLASS AND STEAM BOILER IN-
STZ & O FURANCR COMPANIES .......
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Grist and Corn Meal Mills,
I. F. GONZRhIEZ & CO., Prop s,
Manufact u retrs
CHOICE MEAL AND PURE GILOUIN)
STOCK FEED.
Patronize Imnn- iilustry. for th'r :-
ev.-ry reason you -hioud buy your Meai :ti.(
stck Fv-,d from t:f Ho'ni-' Manufantur,-:.
(,r lty so doing i-.u e-nco>ura.- hornp Ir.lu.--
T'ry. ) our mot.y :; I-ft ;u the cntnrul;p ::v


fcr Infants and Children.
T'he Kind You JHave Alwavys Boiglit thas borne the -;. -
ture oft Cl;is. 11. Fletc'her, and Ihas been made n: udel. I;,-
perisonal iiupervisio:i for over :;0 years. Allow 1, ,,t-
to deceive fyoi in this. ('olinterfeits, Inmitations ;iiti
"Juist-as-good" are but E'xi-rimc-nts, ;and c ndanlg;r th
health of Children-Experience against Experimenit.

The Kind You Have Always Bought
9 Bears the Signature of


In Use For Over 30 Years.
THE CnttAUs COPANsT. ?Ir mU*y V gToe mnew V*woc r



Chas. H. Turner,


,:-ARCHITECT *


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General Contractor

I.iuildini I ,; a,:i:, .11ant,.t lan l (;r it, S.'tin:_'. Plu m ,inili _-. :, sT ','.
:tint (.'a- -"lti'tn ; .
A Complete Plumbing Department under 1
Management of E. B. Morey.
!ti I) -i~ l-, -:-tinlli to-. P a; I l 'ci '.atir- f -
intg of All ih ti-, Preparedt on: S ort N.'.,c-.
\A I- r.:r .- : t. <:i ro(' fu: ll\y l,.,-t,,! St.S.-' ,,f i M ,? !- i .
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No. 19 S. Palafox St.


:: Telephone No. 34


right Cizens National Bank


OP PENSdACOLA.


L. HILTON (IRE[EN.
P'Rt.-,uI IIk. N r.
T. E. WVF4L.ES.
VICE-l'14-SI DENT.


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A General


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WoA L K INGr~RA7jA'bTMaag


ESTABLISHED iS3.


Mc'KENZIE OERTING & CO..
0 DKAL.KHR IN 0

Ship Chandlery and General Hardwar.
608 AND 605 8. PALAFVOX STREET.

REVERE COPPER COMPANY. JOHN A. ROEBLING'S FO.N' '
GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUSBEL & BON'S PLMP-
GutUs, rdita. Paints. Oils, Eaitici lstrlnmits, Bafrt, cheers, G:
mMPaESq. oXGg. PTOr.
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h 1..I A;I.: !.Ta. March 14 Counsel foz
CE tr .*-e i,'h'.-, tie young Georgian
S0. W. w; was c nvi(cted at Covington at the
--, ilt term f too .u;,er;orcourt of asanult
i ., an.> ittweni, i z to nourder and sentenced by
% ,o hI jU iC John S C:andler to a term of five
S.. i'r, inI1 tas ;Ieuttentiary. appeared be-
'. :eI [n i t,-i:& par ion Lb ard and urged
*t;at the sent enet b, commuted to the
jym.te t ( It lie. F so.s is at present
SV'!. in emp'. )v"- one ,ft :l' largest wbole-
S +. ilt houses in New Yor>; c'ty and has
,upied a position uot rnst with niat
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l. (" I tMA, S. C., March 11.-Gov-
runur Mcsweeney baa received a tele-
,ziaptfic request for the pardon of Jeff
Irirk. whose condition the county su-
pervisor states as "'pltable." Governor
McS.weeney has no record of the apph-
'ation for pardon and none of the pa-
pers in the case are in his cfofl He
teegrapbed for the facts of the case and
if meritorious will no doubt grant the
petition.


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W.H. H-. lii
F-ier Sheriff'.
ri l '. iui.-..-f a-. a 'a' lt
itI- l.inv a. lamid ,IIii-.t tbe auf-
#ofL u mil mItIIi% ,i.
( -rt V F i-M T If.
I..r Sheriff.
%' s as'. incle m%' -*-IfI a camid:dalo for
.Ei-.-CmIIbIIJ cuuitv at the tensuinig
J VIA 1 K LI.T
a4 1.-ms. cof the ('r-usi ( emurt.
I % untwwweni.mitt-A~-It a-. a candidate
i, s -u-nM iiof I b- ln-ti 'tI
t Kiat tthe- litulllg *-Iioctiopn
z* I I- uppont of tLii.%'nh-n.

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Public ISultidam l'or Tampa.
WASHINITo.!, Maroh 14.-Mr. Spark-
man has introduced a bill that the cost
of a public butiidag provided in the act
for the erection of a public bilditag at
Tampa. Fla. approved March 3. 18"9.
be increased from 160.000 to 480,000.
said coes to aclude the purchase pries
of the eit heretofore purchased am well
as the cost of the budding.
I he* Cedi4dalte Lat Rally.
MosXT alrtv. Ala., March 14.-A big
state Democratic cat nival will be held
at MapleaTille. about 30 miles west of
here. on the twobile and Ohio railroad,
on April 12 The state primates will
occur three days later, and the Maples-
ville meeting will be a grmatawndapfor
the candidates for s:ate offices.
ite1i Work, Burned.
FI.isT. Mich March 14 -The Arm-
strong Steel werks were destroyed by
tire esrly this morning. The plant em-
plore.i 100 hands. Loss estimated at
tl..J,0,O; partiailv insured. (olden't
idrewery sad a copper shop. adjacent to
the steel works. were a!so destroyed.
Urigin of tLe tire unknown.
('lnmniastiur <'ltvor Sails.
NE" YoRK. March 14.-Commander
ltichardson Clover. the newly appointed
naval a:tache of the United States e.n-
N.isov at the oourt of St. James. sailed
ti-lay on the American hluer St. Paul.
Cuimmander Clover was accompanied
by bis wife and the Missee Borsi and
Beatrice Clover.
l.fneell l- nel ).
S ,*. ,' rv is t,,iil .. f ,o r, Of the
i t ., '., (tis ,,non* l h *In vb ill ,o l in. L:
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ENNYROYAL PILLS
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ALLEN IS STILL FOR SILVER
He Deonles That He Has Ever Repudt.
atedi Free Colmage.
WASHINGTOx. March 13.-At the con.
c'usion of the morning business Mr.
Alien of Nebraska, rising to a quea'ion I
of personal privilege, said he hal been
misrepresented by the Washington cor-
respoudent of a New York paper, wbh
had reported that Mr. Allen had abanid-
ound ine free coinage o: silver. Mr.
Ailen denied the correspundenu'a s:ato-
ment t
"N.jaming that lever said cou!d by any
kind or torture be c.intrued as a 1lacxc
of faith in my party platform wni.-b i
dec.arc for trie free and unhml:uied
.to;na:- of bo;h go'd and asiver at a ra-
tUo cf Li; to 1," he said.
I har".'l With 31urd.lr. 4


HIGHER PRICES FOR LUMBER
Alabama and )llleas.lppi Dealers Held
a Cor er-ce..
BIRMINGHax. Ala., March 14.-A con-
'erencoe of the leading lumber manufao-
turers of Missasm.ppi and Alabama have
b-ien held in this city. F. M. I.throp
.,: the Lathrop-Hatten Lumber comr
pany of R verside. Ala.. presided. The
Surpos of the meeting was to discuss
trade contatious generally, strengthen
:be umbermen's or-anization, arrange
ir.r the ni.utmna-nce of orioes and to in.
r- th.e the memain..te-bp of the Lumber-
nii i' Bureau of luzormation, whose
:.adi.lquir'eri are at St. Louis.
I bo purposes were carried out, it be-
i.c dewertn:uei to make a raise in prices
%: p;re iut and to effect no changes in
.a.'-ti -atiou. In tne discussion it de.
0, u.,Ii that lumber is in a prosperous
*i :rvi i' with heavy demands from all
,-a -ra The meeting was largely at-
.-:, i. *vy-ry lvtio1 member from Ala.
,: I; :i.i M, ss.i-;.ppi being repre-

l'.-.-1t For E<-hols.


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-.';Iotcwt (toa l os-- i qiet t mLiddtling ~up-
le'. i' I [!t11." idtditt.M gulf 915-1
ORA I'? C4Arm -III % L1S4'LJ.'ES.
p HCAGO'. \igro-i1:1 1, PONut (1.063
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tin. firmkiat .51'. receipts, :,4, I; uAleq .O eX-
ports t':io. fRosin tirns; r*-et*pftS3;,t-4, q-4 04
6i.4 17 expgrte- 1.3~411. Quict- A. K *.
L) $ 4-5. F, $1 W. F. 11L'5 (. Sit.l:H.
S".1.~l Ize0 K,&-1 .25M. NI6C9.3&N,$.OlW.
windowicli% a.l 6S.1 wat~erwhite $d4il
WILMuINGiTON. Marchi 14.-Spirits tuioin-
tine steady utt 531,645&4: reomelpts 2aa. l-(utn
uoi~tbng o4.-ing: receipt-iiX2Z Crudo tilt-
pontine, quiec at $'AtA _A5. receipts IA. Tar
aiteady &t *1..U. receipt-; 41W1
'wihc-ui you wait ttsoi tii ttoh11-111
qi burtn, or a !isrore..or t iit. wl'v .I ijt
troo Banner Ba've w liii ia -' nr tite- d
th;e mos~t lieulin: oiu0tilip-lt illthe
wtrl'u. 'Take t~o itub-titute. VW. A.
I) AIclemberte.


Bo heTeKind You WeAtsAlyaS og

of /1

Iy ou. are rea dy to 6o9 to
1,ottse-keeopinff, let Alarstor.
,N' Fin is/i fu rn is/iyfoff r h house
toryioit. Thieq will xa-e 4'ou
money. Four credit is 'ood
uri'ifh them.


Furniture on Credit
NTo-t hipautiful li',, of -Mii hoird-
-.vr .lihown in the city. \V.,'diohbe-.
with zla-t-' door- of ,every d.( .crip-
tion. ftriln thel ctheT-aIp-t t, tit- fill--t.
Rill-top :eeretNsry c;;-e- t-Iiat tly
nil-lie d, a t ,tl lie ,if ( hi'ita clo-et-,
itt,d ever'ytlhinls ,coiit iii'd nI a tir-t-
i-':i.-- fnmrrittnre--toe' at ,a M. Pryor"
lI 'r ,ii Furuittir. J-[,o .
THi-. (YSTR;l K..SON.
S; v-,t' r it f hI > <1 of 44 /*'.
'.takil ~ ::: a tart ft ll: '.- d. r:n lt. 'r

i ': 111% ; "a : ,* ; t|1''*ta lIi \\^s, :. I ,
; !]t+ ..% lr
I".! %i :n ; -.; l-d t'v h V.
I kt w h- y th k .-
T': t ii. -r f i. -..,rtlv -. A It, :i1 ,i- "
A.nld -- th-v' wiil for t.e !-ioop; wt-
?ill'-d wtli t'h- ft :s t a;id fatte-~'.
I'I 1 7 ..l..i i 'W i- '-.it iilt 1-v N', k

tow f, r ;is-. (d ,'!+ or ro w. r, .i :
c,.;w ..1: a ii-i re--t:itr :.t. Y ,-; r.t:
* t th in by thl- plate,. d iz-:i. t i-
ir-.,. harr-[l. idrty .I',ld. wag.oni l, id
,.r caTr lo;tld. )w't. ti the rai-h o
ii-im '---- the -.rT vin-j f r :+tinl ir t- il
will he discontiIauid aft--r thi'. week.
hbt -pecial order-r will be >--rvt-d at
mvy hour of the day or nii!:t.


... : Who is Rader?

t e.1- '' T- 'Be's the Man that sells
'^ jr '"^ v. Furniture so0 heap for


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K'iXvILLE, March 13.-A special to
Tae Zentiuei trown Sneedviile, Tenn..
sa-ve Miam B eP'er has been arrested
tchire for having murdered and robbed
iaion Mayse in Green county, Mo.,
last Au.;ust. Both men formerly re.
sweied .,n I i section but went west.
'licy ?tearmined to return here and as
3Biewer bad no monev it is charged he
kiit.d May&rsn tor robbery alone. Brewer
is in j:il at -needviLe.
lKu ia tigi- tt- I" ('o venti on.
l ,-\;:,.:''=. I. I. March 13 -The
I ',..;i'i dtatt COUvectIon uere today
wai t "e lar-ge-t political gatbering of
LtL- ,(or; ever held lu this state. The,
eu'.0Uln'a-ni ;,ro0n thb t oInJ1111i t(o the
eu.i i.: ',si proc-:ediugs was mark:oi. A
in.i ItcAt was noniuatad by acc',ama-

r' oril,.'- Q~i..rn, i ii 1E ietrli-r.
JA.': '-.Vi.'.E. Fia. .Yxrch ;;' -Dr.j
J. Y. P riet. .**at he:', (.-ticer, an.
.,.!ie s that s .. Flor.. qnaran-
ti jes **-i;L be tat l A, 1. in
sead o' M ;v 1, soI a t1 act tI I orjula :
tion witn tmtu hospital marine service
that begins then.
P ranct Will IV (lv i)itr Tim"-.
PaIt-<, March 13.-The French gov-
ernment has not yet received a request
from Washington to extend the Ume
for she ratification of the commercial
treaty, bua it is willing that more time
shall be take if America washes ik.
For Reletf of Alabamina.n.
WAHImxoTOW. March I1. At the
opening of hbe e*sdion of she boosm to.
day, a bill was passed for the relief of
heirs of Philip MoCiusky and John
Hogan of Mobile. Ala.
LIMN Itilu LA (Gltir'PPE CO'(;IH.
(i. \'aclhe. 157 Osgood St.. C(hliic-
go. -ay: "My wife had a viry se-
vre eia of l ripp,. aand it I,-ft her
wit!)h a vtry bad cough. She trivd a
bottle of Ioley's Honey atnd Tar altd
it '-ive iliiinedi.lt, reliv-f. A 50) e nt
lio'tle curted her ciia--h entir ly."
Pri,.- 2-*. antid 0c. \W. A. D'Alei.n-
berte.

We will launder vyour -preaid-i for
1.5I ,.,ii- ,sach and iniak' tthem ili,;
like ii-w. Star La-urdry.

CALL AND INSPECT
Thie Largoi and C('oiplpetp
I ie of Iron and Bra -;
BEI)STIEA I) :tt
he Esbanibia Furniture Col0DIy's,


Five Thousand
,,f W'ial P'per in -tok. all
t ..-t .tLpmr. and mollre
I'I ice' frin t,',io $1.7. ;por
I{,- ("o.. No. 11 N.
]1 .>no,' :1-2.


Rolls
of thle la-
com iit .'-
roll, J. F,
P1- -I fox.
24f-tf


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



." :;TI K E lie captain. ownT 's
Sl^itn r con i ne' e.q f th0' lgrit-
a l = I*, .-s 4alopin will !. 'i*pont!-
llf l hl- for debt,-contractedl t.y t h-
crew of -, i:L P'-.t-I.


WMI. I'Rt.vsin


N EI'l V.9 t the captain. owneimi
~ nor c(,nsigi1oe4 (of the Br o4
lvydene will boe responii~hl,. for
dodebt.5 conitracte-d by Liii-crew


of Said re-sel.
tIt:!'Triansit (o.
ILt.olhiO9itiiS.it


M wAll. VS.
kaptlimitl.
1011 Iti


Weak




Children

How sad it is to see weak
children-boys and girls who
are pale and thin. They can-
not enjoy the sports of child-
hood, neither are they able
to profit by school life. They
are indeed to be pitied. But
there is hope for them.


Scoff's Emulsion
has helped such children for
over a quarter of a century.
Your doctor will tell you it is both
food and mncdcine to them. They
begin to pick up at once under its
use. Their color improves, the flesh
becomes marc firm, the weight
increases CEd all the full life and
vigor of childhood returns again.
At i:, -t ,; 5r n III
SCCT c ; m i. ;.urns:s, New Vnr. Y


OUR OFFER OF MEDIATION.


I will repl:ir your watched and
reweIry in flr-t-cla- rt-tyl. J. I.
tepheiIs.


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Palufix -t r'-.t. PI'isn- t .


Acme Beer.

THE BEST BEER SOLD IN
PENSACOLA.

Dannheisser Bros.,


AGENTS.


Also So1t by M, P rry ant Vi. Yatzs.

The Jug Trade

Is Our Specialty.--R
Prompt De.livery aiil S iti-rfactio'n
Guaranteed.

Dannheisser Bros.,

41 1 South .I'afox St..
r';.. n o 11. >. ,ox ..


Offers his professional services to tb eiot-
zeuts of Peinsaola.
EIp4,'!tl att,r.t'lon liv n *+ a > le tr>w'nTiint
of Chronl ic l;leea-e- and i,- a****s of
Women aid 'hillrtni.
Thirty Ye-ar4 Praet i e in lbthe 4uth.
# fitl Hiours:-a a. u. to 12 In.. l ltesidence Pbone No. 2ZO.
stren-Blount aIitilnsg-lt"oom 3

Dr. Wilmer S. Hall,

DENTAL SURGEON,
Masisic Tenple. Phoes 364.


HEINBERG BROS. & CO,


WTOtLIALE BIOCUD,

Palafox Street.

Pensacola, Florida.

VAITEl

Vuted to boy all kids of Secied
land Finritire. erchudls, Ac.


JOHN McDAVID, AIUrm ia 142.

REAL ESTATE AND B"OKERACE. BARGAINS
CITY PROPERTY. FARMING


AND TIMBER LANDS
FOR SALE.

hoans Placed at Reasonable Rates 1 eal
214 East (i1overnient Street.


McMillan Bros. Co.


Coppersmiths,

General Metal Workers.

T__u* ulMmfactr of ant Headqurters for tle


Celebrated McMillan Seamless Turpentine Still,

Sits alwys o ad, nd repair g do I te cU tr.

MOBILE, ALA.




TIME TABLE.

LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.
N, F F F I- C I' .I A N ; N : ,

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Estate.


-aill buy Pl ilid-r.-ii- ofland inorth
$100 of tbe city arid we-%ttof twoulieing.
$2000 will buy- 'acitr--.adjoipinincity

~ willtotiv foipir 1I4) Aiii block
Trhin plip~tE4y I-, i IDN$UU ai Wtic It iiVl i, l o
$4000 Ill huv 7.o" acr#-4 t.'tss-n 3WC
$400 -tioyoiu anti Litt~i.' I 'you. Tni.
plopiei itirty a atinfrnuti illt h"bay.- also
on Big Bayo t iantl Little- Hayoli.

$ 50O00dijr- iri-.:iiWev-Hill1*1. fMjEUt td
onm "1 ri-i- car limo n imiadalmd
- rifcotivimii-fl('i-,'
w ill tmlot li%%' ith rft front nc
ory. 1 !0%itcan hi- ti miii itt -ty *it ii.ze-d for
hU,iint-koopurpEPv-A.
$7 0 %~2Ill 111VIfI t 'hIl -ft front on
hr p.'it ha li ir% ar.d t .i ft-f-i iin'. %Ii-r~i
I l- f roomi !o iuill sti/'t i .4m t uoro..
$80000A~17:-,tE-lisa
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Fresh Tenrnensee and Nativ,- Meat-,
Chicken-r and Cour.'. y
Produce Daily.
Shop, Rear of0 .ohnsm & Son's Store,
INTENDENCIA STREET.


KIDNEYS, LIVER

AND BOWELS

CLEANSES THE SYSTEM

-i EFFECTUALLY

p O A VER
OVERCOME S & fjATO

htBITUAL ISTIPATION
PERMANENTLY

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CAIU.NIA fG&SYYVPC.

Ma LuO W n WITS POL StO niERittL
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KA1I.01/Z'O, MiCb.. March 14.-Mra.
L.ucida 11. S:oue,v idaol kuown as the
mother of' women's cluto. and a
writer and eiu(-ca-mor o uuote, died to-
day at tie age of I;
One SUlsp-C Rrlp asell.
FRA.NKFOT., Ky., March J4 -Gabriel
Taul, the Breokimridge county suspect,
was dismissed today. The detectives
say there is nothing in the charge
aga&tnst him. .
DAILY MARKET REPORTS.


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l,- p '.. 'arch I.- arIin, the PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
Unite-d Sta:tt-' offor of mjliastion, Tue ---.. ... ..
ot,, eay,< Dr. (fareellu3 fe reary.
"The lucident is of interest oily in
the light it throws ou Arierimar. poli- PhysiCi d D
tics. Republicans and DeImocr-ats alike
are always prepared to risk the friend- i.tefideneii. '4 We-t (ire-gory st reti
ship of Eng.and in the party gaema. Otlce, Ih'Ahmberte Buia 11. It!,* ut;
-We may preserve amicable relations Palafox Mtreet. Phone -'71.
with the United State and it is so be .
hoped we always shall db so, but an aI.
lianoe is impoebie. We were brought DB. Wx. C. DJSWBsU it.
to the verge of war four years ago, for
the ake ot Mr. Cleveland's re-election, OFIOE-Hanah Bros.' Drug tore.
and a pretext for a diplomatic quarrel
will never he wanting when the anti- IB8IDENOBE-400 B. Jaokson Streoo
English elements of che republic have
to be consolidated." Wm. t Marean, M. D.,


S' t. t0 H0moi0atbtc Physician aid Snric,
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4 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 1900.


THE DAILY NiWS8:
KIterod at tt., Pt.-t 4Mc.. at 1, nacola.
I-a.- a ccond -c*... n Iit:t, .
4 rtCF.. Pitt HSJidig. t.i- a Pala-
foxs trtt,. up-ttairs.
pI I.ISH1 KI IIY
THE NEWS PUBLISHING 00.
Terms- Invariably in Advance.
* Oan Yar tby Mi.: "
'll Montb*.
-ste ont t
0- Wwe-k. h.v tarr;-r. p.ia'Ie- Monday I

THEr WKEKLY NEWS:
PIfti heod every Friray at i$'. p- r )tiar
Po&ag, fr,-..

TELEPHONE NO. 118.

Adveertsng Rates Furne#htd on ApplicaftoR.


PZNBhOOLA. MARCH. 15. 1900.


BRprerentat'v.- con-e.rvat ivo id,-ocrat,
bave ..nder-.-d Lb- fo~iowing t.oktet for del-
egau-si front tho- city pro-cincts to tho ii.-m-
,jcmatoe County 4 mv.-sition to beL.-I~d AT
roweiton. April 14 and asik that tey be-
given a hearty iuploort b% the- v~it.rs.
PrE'danct L-4li e~ le.I -a%1fI tbe..-
ban. Wi. Sa.di.,t_ I.Nlazw-.-ii, od 1. 1.
W righ ton.
jot)a la I b':..J. 4. t I.%L: hr, (INd I.
Jisunear.
.J 14 ;a.:i. u t-i :, jJ. E'.
4Or.-cinrc1 VF ii .tratee .1-. r'. e-
W*nl 1A--rIo*11" 1-'",J. L*Atpre:-j 1. i: A
I 'Un ham.
Bri if th-c i ty ?i!,4i t !!t-c. mUwy I V~rt-
1.' b.. rtily kiu~itl'itf-d u;-.(Il
itie apr+,u-Ir4-:it .,n bf-!:alf tf th li-r rc--


thle.C'-* V, ll(ie- d-A (11fjulyI).-
tifen t.-ti TI-.. -lamnn-.--t
wiaki hg -in-adt-qu it, -e iif
it~dIntnt -u IT-i.-r-rf: 'III -w~k ii,--- ,r

public -~-yws- rtity r*
alized .t. I i-riI I1. I et."
mayor IIiliii iril- I.: ~u-~a11,
bringiuz .a:tb'tit I I.i v-ry- at i-fa4ct- 'r%
r&-outi'eiii i (I a itflellc'i r,11eb.1e-ii: i-r+--
c-.egw1.'--.I g*-ziraily ;A-,gie-atly toI!,
cred it.


a in vtidii(14 11 ect t It- I 'I ,r t eo Ieu t:- tt artlI
bid It-lcc.- t:ei: pjlainily t!)Ijul

t-vidti~tctI urpee-), (oft: .- re-1uittlicai-
tIv coute-td at all h izaird-. fi)r the-
preser' Atitten .4 t~ie ejet: ime- o4 'ti
ec~tieell. vo I, n ri-fe re-mic- t.,-i cctI,i
e-ub4equen-t re-ni-.t:pr-,vidt-... ft
free acce--- lot.- r,-- i-Iancd -fnill
United 1St ate-- C! eetlict-.but Iii I-,,--

tj~ tvo~ ieeli .cll PIccrte IRikito pr.idtict..
I1Xaporte,-A irht.)t!tIi- C401t2.i V. It i- ai
t-hre-w I. tr-Ick :c 1,Y inc-nt. but it
WINl11"t dt .'c-tv-. no- ;I .e ct!tI-
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SIX MONTHS' EXPORTS.
Foreign Shipments Made by the Gulf
Transit Co.
Mr. M. W. Churchill of t!e Oulf
Tran-it C.o.. hai compiled a tabu-
lated stati-tical report sho'iwng the-
d-tail- off the foreign export bu-i-
neU- laiidl,-d by thii Gulf Tran-it
Co. fo)r t:!- -ix L.iontt:- freuil Se-pt. 1.
1 ,# t' N M a rc i 1. 1. 4 li 1.
'if- rep,-rt -how- t!icht durinzr that
period tne Gulf Trani-it Co. lIal-i
for f',.rpin port- 7 Stuaill-tip. ol:e
ctihoi.-r anid one barkt-ziiine. It e
it-imn-, of export were a- follow-:
Cotton. -q 0ar.- hal '. 7
4L. ttii. roi u ,url Ia i it- ,
Tobacco. hhid-
tirai.. hlue -- ..." ,
Pig iron. L'on '-
'iiophate- r ck. tuoi:. 4,l' .
Flour. -cks ...,71
Fioir, toi
Cotton 'ed mn-al. ,-aick- '
Cotton [ --d mea1l to:.- ."
Il )I aiil ta2 ow. WlAs 7.:'.
l;ocin, barre-'. ..4 I'
Hardiwood lurint,-r atid '.~t- '-ar-
'Ltcb pine lumber. ft ..'.'
Car cargo t for Havaz.a 4. .
Liv'-stock. car- i
iui-vrpbtcp-.at-. tuns ...5 ,
Coal. ton> t 3 '.
Hoof(. cari .
Tobacco un *sck-, ton- '
hooer. cars.
4irnt% s--ed. car- ,
iri-d bhicod. to-.. 4,"'
Dried b:uud.,ack* .
Dr. Bull'~Couh Syrup isthe best medi-
cine- ufor ore- tbhr tcgniitE-v. Evry rop tel t oieootlLe- ai.d
be.kl-. A titwenty-iv e'- c-nt bottIlc- of lh:-
wonde-r'jl remedy wi.l cure- a cough or cuo:d
iit or, 'lay.


TH- WOMAN'S 1HOM1.
Interesting Annual Reports (of)Officers.
TIJi- Benevolent Indu-trial a-,-o
ciati, .n i:t- b,-e- ill exi-:-tice t.-II
ye ar-. 'Vhe:1 it wa- L rgaI.iz-d.
board of mana1ge-r-. (one from e:ii
church, wa- elected, i:.e w.ich
ttn-. t.e oflier- are annually l-iet-
ed. TI'- Honei i- -upp )ited tiy the-
ion,,thly due- of th.e liteihber- and
:enerouc c)htrihutioin from friend-,
naIllely: The Pitt Wate-r Co.. Th-
Fir-t Nittional Bink. The- Pilo-'"
l. nevolent a--,''-iation aAl ---ve.Il
,of tihe otthei charitable ; -oc.i-ti--.
Aii.iouiz the pmeichat;ts. Mr. M. F.
<(,oizale7z. Mr. J. 'i. Robtrt-a ind
MIr. 6ol Cahlln have b.en I.oiith-
ly contributer-s. A k ind drtn;-
.Zi-t furnt1i-he-- medicine-. Our I hiy-i-
cla.th alway- re-po)nd to Ith-.
call-. In June. I'.-... our h1i#ld-
1i1 was de-troy ed by tire. IMr. WV'i.
A. Bl,,unt then donat-d !,,t. in a
liiiol- de-irable- loc:ti:,nl fir" an l:i-ti-
t'ltion of thi- kind. With hi- k:r.d
:t--i-tance ald d ,,,.ttio I.- Ir-,ni thie
,tilo.wing :partie-, we have- he--tin
tnatbled to r,-bh uill a .eif.: :.it ;.I
:i-ne-: W. B. Wri.Lt & C.'.. 1u :-
hi, :: '1 he Br t-nt l.niith-r C .. lu::i.l-r;
B. R. Pitt Mill Co' -hit :':--: A. 1.
A\v-tv. l.irdw i,- : \V1ili- }H :'lwar.-
C .. iiil-:; Skinner 1M f'u. t,.. ;:... r-
int:: \Wi. J.,t;!-oui A& Sn. lk- a:.,l
.I .11: M 1'-M ill in M1 ill ('. l'.I- .-
lt-r; A. V. ('iutbl!-. l.tor a:.d ii:;i-
., r ul-: .Saifi'rd lI.tm b-r -r'.. i;u n-
tr: L. t& N railroad. fr,-i_ 1,t:
lK n.ivle-4 lr,.. t!;re y,-ar- in:-ur-
.tllC" oi (let]$, hut-e
A t di lt- itt tii -- w !:.tiv .t' --,
I'.1 ill t,.e 11 ;i- at lea-t tw !. iI--
dired won. :. and children. For',!-:,
of tt)c-ill W htavf. zotten llAt1 1plovii-;it.
Smn who arI-, old and f--ble :,. ivA- .1
[' rIllah leIlt I ', ii'. ( ur cU laii'e- ,'*
et,: ti;;: d, to ,ur iiin :te--. i -,r -
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AND BUT ONE Hood's STarsaparilla.

Grand as the thunder of Niagara is the universal songof the cured

that Hood's Sarsaparilla' is .
AMERICA'S GREATEST BLOOD MEDICINE
Hood's purifies and enriches,the blood' as nothing else canl
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ANOTHER I IItGLARY. LEGISLATIVE CANDIDATES
Ot(ice of Gulf Naval Stores. Co. En. And Delegates to the Coun'y c onver-
tereI Lat Night. lion at Powelton. April 14.
Burglars entered the office of :he Following are the candidates for
Gulf Naval Stores Co. last night. the legislature and the li-t of dele-
broke open drawers of des-k and gates to the county democratic con-
rumaged through and scattered pa- vention at Powelton, April 14. en-
pers, etc. They failed to open the dorsed by the Workingmen's Demo-
safe and consequently secured very cratic club:
little if any booty. Here isa chance For the Legi-lature.
for the officers of the law to display r t Lc 7
their detective skill. A prompt ar-C. Mor4nJon:i -
rest will have great weight in stop- H.U .Clopton.
ping the thefts which have bee-n l*legate- to countyy Coinvenion.
quite numerous recently. Precinct 12-H. H. Wickke. F. R.
S- Po. R. A. Credille. Win. Carmi-
MAIDI GR4S 1.t. chael. Tho-. G. lRiver-.
A Fund Already in HaInd fir the Car.- Precinct JJ. L. QAery Arhit-
thur Jnhnson. J. C. Avery, J. Whit-
,im. ------------------


At the in-eti:,g of t,he- Cle-rk.
I'nionh last night the c;aii;vail cin-
inittee made its report. -,owiii.- to,-
tal re-ct ipt- for thi- M i: di (;ras c:.r-
nlival of l.il of $1.4'-2 e67 '.d. a to-
ta-l expenditure of $1.62". 72. I in
a balance i on ha.nd ,-f $,i: ;1.1 ;t- A
lne-t-ei' f,,r the c.artiivaIl ,t l1,-!.
Itrom which .t few small iU't-:..Il;ihUi
hill- utu-t ieh paid.
Preparatory to th,- c.irtiiv il of 1._ 1
th- following, carnival cnan;itt -
was appointt-d: A. H. D'Alet-uilt-! t-,
Jhnu (G. Oliver. Jo-eph) I. J,)!ob-oI.
E. L. Re eesp. C. C. (Goodmn:ii. A. H.
Runyan. Abe Daniel-.f Henrv A.
\Vhite. Ed Forcheinuer. E. W. E-
liott. (ieo. W. Carpenter andi A. S.
Oliver.
T'lhis exceIllent cc(mmitt-- wili at
o-Cit- hbegin work on the Ip# i- f-ir ::
elaiborat- carnival L Xt yeaL.


VESSELS INSPECII-l)
.v Capt. S '. Col. Surveyor ofit the
Amnerican Shipping itureau,
Capt. S. C. Cobb, surveyor 1. ::"
American Burean of c iu tion;',:. e,--
turned last ni..ht from a trip to Ap.i-
lch icola. Carrablle alii St. tii rge
i-land. He i::-.pecte'l thr -,ch. iee r
11i-ij. C. Cron:well of '.rritla:I d. 4'i;pt.
McCleairn. which i tt.id.i .Zile r -
-,air- at St. Ge.org.e i-l:itn'i. to c,:i-
tli in her clas-. r, .lfy to )be
I 'inche-d in about t! :0-- w-e-k-.
Al--- the-. -chooner Witr:. A-ian:-.
if Ja(ck-onville. h.a- be-ti I.iiv-d
fro'lm h r position O ; i-tit!It !t, f, t i. ii
t.i wood- t to h beach., and I.-..
i:1: i made rt-adv to la'rn'h i:. t:,;
cAinan excavated by E. E. ::. Ir-
oz C,'s-. drd.r-e T!,tk.tk 'I .-.
v,---.-i wf're' driven ;a-tI Cr i.. ::.
(Carrab-ell -t,,i, .
C ipt. lobl> al-o' r i, ,: ,- -:- : ,
. !" tt+ Il-'ra ik l:;i I.At :t : -: -t .,.;-- :.,, :
r.nilr -a1 dle-p,,: iat (':t t : -- :- .

C('iIMINLU. C(U'It
S. 11 T "inmiuier ll ,ltii il 1 n
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IL ;1 I Ij, -- a ** "1"1 ..
Precinct 14-(uT- Eitzen. J. E.
Baar,;. A. F. Z-.li-, H. (G. lDe-Silva.
Ja-. o'Brien..
Pr.-cinct 15-Tho-. J.i-,,n. John
H. Jone-. F. F. Comumnvt-. NV. A.
Du:.bhat. H. A. Water-s. 14mn-tf
Dr.Bull'sCough Syrup conquers croup
at o( ', a ir-- t., -.! l. aid t u1 -;v..-
l ciru y at ',.'-. o;:)t "- li,-,-, 1111: *,' t" thi- ;
lr>,'t.lfll t,-,-2*-" :; ,' ** !i ,+ ti:n rel i t,)-
!. mll ily ;'. a ia Mltd :i- ,1. |, ii; t. l'.l t t-

A Italroad l'arty.
}\y v rze t reu':|-,-t, t!;e yo,4 n1z i-
,di,-- or *!- Erpwrt:: L.iauet. will r,-
pt-,it t;h ir la;lro.adl party Friday
v, :.i:::.-. M .re!j 1;. at the r!-idence-
,-f A. HI. ID'Aleniit-rt,., 1120 E:.-t
Ga.i-.le-(i -'t-r-et. A riew route, ha-.
bletn-i Cil,--+i and : |'l]a.-aint j-)irlney
is l'r--,..,-*-' Ti' ck-t- 1 ce-.it-: rv-
fr,--'n:0 t~ 7 ;.d Il ce:it-: adml is-
-I ,;. fr .


St LMA.l'ENSACOLA
(',,.;;, :'ir. M o).nday, M.1arch 19.
tr ti I i, -twe f I,.iP-w 1 and S ln'.a
w i',1 hI 1 11:1 f l f,,lIow in h(.* .d t tl t,:
L.-avve Pe-r-acla. 2:4'4 noon; a"r-
riv.' B elma. :47, p. r"a.
.Leavt- Selnia. 0.1 a. In.: arrive
Pen.;iic,,l i. 4:15' p. In.
L'iily. (-xcet Stith idy.
J. W. LxRro\.
] :1u.it I). P. A.
Eniz -!, Arboi.t'. i- l ;adiuarter,
for tine liitiu'-.

Who is Rader ?


Exevuitwe- 4Omnaa-t,*- e'I
A inflPEtiflh ,f rP.-D-

ni). MoTn tiv. M ircO
for t th" J~eir-fI I

By vorde-r


Uli1am ltojnon & Son.
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FABRICS


FOR


SPRIN '


-s AS PRETTY AS A PICTLElE!&r-


COLORS THAT WASH'

27-inch Silk G iing hain:................................. ......
31-inch Silk Foulard .. ........................... .........
31-inch S ilk F ni h ur .i ... ............. ...... ....
32-iunc! Z- piLyr G( iL hamin ....... ................. .....
27-inx l. F int- ('!:, ck ainld Stripe t ;I:: I : ..... ................
:',;-inch Sprin.,: Styli IPerea!- ................ ... ..
Patt, rn Silk-., r tw, i Alike..................... ..........
I,-in c h I n ia Ii .,,: .......... ........... ... ..... ... ..
-ii h (' k .N i ....k .... ..................... .. ... .
K P i .t' r-- |)iin : i ..ti ... ...... ...... . .. .. .



Mattings.
,, I;..! l),!n:.s-k M attin gs ... .. ...... .......... ........
Jil 'Beautiful I -i':,- I-,i
''.' R 11 .: :., .M a ttin g .... ... .. .. ... ... ...... ....

Dotten!.-ftTf r lIrandl Iadio-i' Slipe'-r il Oxford- a* ........
O(ur #1.750 Li in .-;.; r it. m illi 'y.



!tlilliam Mn:ioun A Son.
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Buggies! Buggies 'Buggies!


A SOLID CAR LOAD. Stylish Stick Seats'

Pretty Phaetons.

CAR LO D ril I. ? rnpt* P- rrtq Prpn Pi-


He's the Laboring
Man's Friend. He will Any and Every Style!
sell you Furniture on
the easy payment plan. BEST MA h ES, i


~U:il Top., LLL.BuggiU t..

Top Buggies.


LATEST STYLES.


Don't Pay $40 and $50 First Come, First Served: They Won't Last LonN


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ulz, a.: ,cu: --at-cledge of cvo a l be- I -I


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in the Cros Mountain mine at Coal
Oreek. No other casu. tiesare reported.
Tue mine i cwned by the Kncxv.ile
Iron caznpany.


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JUtiiiaiu IoWjrioi A Soi.


B.


GE RSON.


CROCKERY.


107 S. Palafox.


JUST OPENED.



Al vm fEi as


.---Everything New and


Clean.--


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A. E. BAKER & CO., Proprieto:

14 EAST GOVERNMENT STREET.




Lei ten Delicacies


oficiie- hc-le p
Wiwrse'uan-ou- ---
Total
ALL. averzs,.- -


4.4-: 4


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O~old tlil o HA Il'FB~w-in-k-.-
.: Ntw Or-aut e~I erd -iF ut iC
v-Acto Try itC. 1 t C-'
Judgrt'-*.;verdict.

DAN IHEMRBROS


NOTICE71

-dejee aft-niloir of I*, -; -.i-1:
W!Ilch ItI.; -,t:-t. A fatI: Wa- tL-i:,-
tent.t-n ti-f Mr. .4'.rcd e -n'el -e.
but union cre-:-- at-nM,i re -
hwltI5'IreW4 WIIulAlbe hailte WI*::
dei.:!,. 1.by aI I f.!n" I"dm.of 'v Z, CI .1.1);- r
N eOf ClUr mennh-r- ate-, ie:
art- toe: likely -,t ),. l-" V~.*-L"-
re-a-on- we- ca~nv-: L'.-li- r--cCC ..
mzin.'-Mr. Afrcrd t-i-- --.:a:-r ::
or ectterwi;-e
R" ,- Ji T.


Made in Peawacola. -r, irre.t; vi Ie-.' '.%I ,pn ya nd Bbir-
ABSOLUTELY VILiE .dAt. ieiI.I~t a e:ic:

B-N-BN ef-o5AND CHOco)L-TI.:S."nc-il n:Pna catee'e)
ALL KINDS OF BRITTLE-..C -: c(le.tVj. %.y
11011 CO RN- SEA FO)AM. .~Bin~~~i. 'i:t~
e-t~.. -e--;er %-iniappely;t it-
ASI' ~Ij~ a.n--x i tr,--. Pur1-all-. r- u~rn~e-"-:

r iin. f :-1r t -r i -
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Watch This Space for Our

List of Speciailtie%==


SOL CAHN


W#IS


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 1900. 5


NTES i sr. ATICK'- DAY.
SOTES How It l' t I l elelrated liy the
Hitlp rniano.
Divi-in No. 1. Ancient Order
Iand r-I'r,-i Hiberniai,.. wil a (-emible at the hail
: at 7: ocl(ock a. mi,.. ai.d proceed to;
Ste- dilmllivy -tatiil to) e-c,,rt thf'


FDRBES


PIMPLES
PREVENTED BY


X%'.;rrin.tontltC e,.litii.,-i:: ti St. J i-1, -|,|
S., I. I :. : -;: -- crr., whi-re So ,ll-Li -i; hi MN1 t-
d : *will he c-le-brattd at : :
; F -. :t .- Aft-r Ma s the parade will firm at
M.r :.'a .- *he corner of (ove-rtnmfet and Harce-
"-- 1 -'..,f r. w: i, ; lm.a: stret-. The-Catholic Clergy of O A
M 1 ",i. "- ;a ola and W arziinigton, thle ilia-
r*:" i n- and - .. 1 ,-. f (.-,,.rziana. Ala.. ;ulr Barranca-. al t the Pexi'acola 'Ifmo.t cffc: tive. kinpnrifyingt andbeau-
+. -" .: .: l, c.*.c at,-. :i;.iltary coipa i.i-.-, tli h- Catholic .at .: w,. a. pu taids e t
..- M ,, ., Knight. of A ni-ric.a. all Jri-hl-A iner- fort,, t. I .h ih 1 i- .r.ery. It strikes at
t r-n .- t ot. M ,o.ai I tan.. anid other citizens who de.-ire the. '-- a- at t will be i iV-r nted to articipat.- in i, li ,-,o f ,.f g hair. and 4.1y 1,lemi.m h-.
,- .M ar : E nF ,-u r- BH -r.,-v.,lnt .t .lirad e., viz tl,, ,Vlo,,.ted, irritat.-d, aiutlar ,over-
-- ,. ,:, will rIae...-. at .: Cs" l 1k 'l x. line of m arch will be as fol- w' rkel, or -uggih I'oR S. .
w-: Eat :1t4 Govermr n t to P:ala- w-."r,--. P.,rrt DIeOAWT- CHi. ('IP.
S,. 1',> tn. I'. B. it rtn sh t .t. Jr. N W. .
,.- a i a d Mary I.u .- I..x -treet., north Oil Palafox to ,T ts..C..,,m io. .**iowo MClrerm4.," fr.
,-.- ~-,Finalland Mary L.1 i- W\grht street. south on Palafox t.)
Si. oe.f D at. Ala.. r rnnt street. ast on Govern- I ery hard totad idly by and
.* d at tte Merchiant-. i.n t t-, Jeffer.ion ,tre-t and disband It very hard to sufer wd leb await-
S-1.Indlidly rtian-:l aiad d, :l at ti, -outheast corner of the plaza. isee our arrival on f the doctor. A
* .v'-d Plirtiln lall was ,rvil- at t.f- Tle arade will be headed by a Albany tN. Y. dairyman called at
,,, ( itAl -t tir ti ht. ,l tto on1 ( Of p o lic e .AN Y-n-
r-c l-t t. a t of St. Patrick s da drug store there for a doctor to come
-- .-!,-r.v Allinor. ar nd .Ii- a tu f t. Pat g rik V jl- a and se his c hild. then very ick
r ... w ill_ o artk an".n;t k I o with croupi.. Not finding the doctor
.. .. ;t t;, archiant-. t place at t h e era in, e left word for him to coml: ati
S.,- :,,:-;txt;, ,1p- te. Not illf di div,]1tthhind.t.titor p.
J"1)11 P. J oncef ill hi,, rettlrn. He also bought
S,,i w.v. i- .r.i.<-td fr to- n.. upni w ich occa-iberlain P. oJ.uaii
-: d Fri-rl:v. tl .- t r..p ra.tur .-con.i,.r of Savannah. Oa.. will dt.- e dlwt:l i f hamberlain's iuv' h
'A f. l *2.. iT* -. .--:. wii.J. ar lIivt.r anl i rational. eie rel ief until the doct r w ould ivld
- .. \;,.cte(J. arrive. -u 8 few ho urs .he re-tirt
"i ev. J,0 n 1 oid. Jr.. of G ri.at Fall rriv ',. N -. fpw lotir ia he returl -
^ "A w'11. :. ...i. M wliL [I -I lt l t; o a t11 1tiC llllot. It.
trr.-t, ,- I.T 1, I),; N i',i .t.. i'f, mii e ed Ely C re li the child wn- i<.li h -tttr. ri ,-
-.: l..r .! tr-,. d w r,*. Ii;-;, ,- .n to i n -. I cai l i' pha-iz1 his dru i-t. M. r. (tto Scholz. says t!.,
,,rta..2,-,d ai..,, ;v -tat.'ilIt. "It .- a p, ,-iti.' tiri feir fam ilry :I. -i.ce rep ll),in lifrl-(I
v it:rt if f .',i. dr'e-tt ."--{ev. ('hlaib).rl iii ns Cou'll h Be .av, d ti o
: r i .- ,.-- ... r .:.r t 'w, :. I-r ii- % i> \ Pool Pa-t r ( 'ntral their n ii.h ,or 'arnd fri, t I- nunt'l h.ti
S :,.i P. --,e,,l;i i! ,. ire-. Chul rch. lHt'l.tna. M ion a- a:i -onh t.it i for t fr lii
: y nii,.t-. ,f ,r;v.. Af:.-r usi:.,l EIly v- reani I,. alm ix that li r: f t a i c T...l,:rv. Fo r -:tl,-
S:.'u.'- .f train- 1-,-w.- : : .- w k- I ht-lit ve nivy-elf cnred iof ca- biy H J :i;an i B:, -.. 21 S .uit l'.alaf
a,'rr!. Je-e-ph Stew, art,(uranid Ave.. -.tre-t.


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I;t amil' it )#,,i ot irria,#e ..r c ai--
Z II' iI i.:. i"' ii']bv d raoi..z-t- a
t:::ir:il-'I by FEly PRroztfi'r-. *'
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I I It rnlirxv i- theIif-b -t bh.oir. E I -


(hi i! '.-ief t!he la-t ecuatr-iiil
(,hIut'o:, a Uic ki a- ai ;I in.:trc tI-

111:i l\it-al~i:e thf. hill- -'ciaat- t~


r.* 1 I'c'411.') 1i11d 1! av-r IlV

v 4~tdi iirigtv:i1-
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A lime ,U-.Ar~a1Te ifluiC,
C-xii ld ilt e'xprre; the r~apitxixef-
\ rao' -prin---g.r. 4-f 1!27,I-lowt:':'

-'ax'Ihvr eif :a tiackitig c~m.iu t Ii;tha
A IIo 0*11I,#''h:If An 1 ill
(itil I Vivoh- .- 11) !.1p, uti" hr
If t i- '-A C rl .t 4111r,'
'A *~'d pa11 I.) rav che-t aiii I
I a .] v -. r x.? ur .~I


Room Mouldings
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11amIisum.e 'il'Bugg&ies.
If V' ~ i tv t iiiii*C t(i1 t 1.at
lalcttlr\-. iat facto.ry '
I e :. 'tk,a:'on*I It,.atJ. M H1i-


1.call']idate. f' r tiic ino-t popti-
Lidy IIIa tl" N.*~ 'taing (!tetet f'er tMI.
fino IIwimoi for bezae-fit 4if (athiolic
loInch b..,A; air, notie, td thuw; far aro
M I- I lda I'i~.ie aII-. Julia NIk.-
II ;rz~i M-i e.y MI j- Margwerite
4 lAa~idi FI'-rrar~. with leet-; more ti,
b- Le:-ai d Ir~ot:.. rict- II! vote. III
c'-till-. Vo'Inniz b'x at Cluttoer'i.
lI.vI, 112,'f
Furniture at all Prices.

*~ ~ rc- akt h .~ia~i*-.1l Ev..bed-
Chit-. Ii ir -th~inft i th ;i ii i d(a I'r~i fo
* iiit'1iii t n-kait*11- d i t; 11)1 Nv Ir.
(CAl lii;,I .xainifiin' tt~.Iiii at 4(). M.


THE PEOPLE'S STORE,


Schwartz,

Proprietor.


WI I.


17. MNEW ARRIVALS! -
O1U R first announcement of New Arrivals of Spring
Apparel. A generous assortment, large variety


11:0i, A. M. PRESIDED OVER BY of colors and styles to select from of Ladies' Waists.


We carry all kinds: the largest assortment in the


HON.GEO.W.SA NFORD, city of well known brands.


ORATOR OF THE DAY.


Mu-ic. Recitations and Addre--sses.


A Superb Program!
AFrERNOON.
l O(EIS' ORCHESTRA.
EIfl-ITHA L. CLARK, Violini-t:
ANNIE HOBBS WOODCOCK.
Crayollnit:
EMMA I). LEMON.
Rtad.-r and Delineator.


EVENING.
-*Old A-.h and Dialect Storii-- by th,*
FI'oreriiut Huninmri-t of thi South.
LAo)ISSPENCER DANIELS,
of Nashville.
TI'-)ELL MOVIN(G PICTI 1;ES
of tli(e Spanish-American Watr.


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

rrui *1 in PPt'l liI Iu i r "
nLY 0 CENTS from4 '.rs ;
,liver .Itl! i tiin nid I[ntefrinl diltl-* ltittlili-.
hv Spf'ial Tirl':i u. Chi-ap-.t anu lli.tl EX\-
ctir-i.on ii the World. ('c II,I)REN "**e.
l'raiti doi ni,t i* tve until after KFv nlinlg t-*'-

FOR SA.iiE.
At a largain, 7-; acres (;ii uiiier
feli'. and. cultivation, the halailo'ie
woodland ). I, of a mile north of ('or-
dova Park, with 4-roomii hliou.-, hirni
and two -table-h I'P igM mN. l'',,r
further iinfoiriiation. apply to W\V. ,.
l ,'..l:i- o in l:ice- or J. E. l)Dii i-
-0'1n & Rr,., city. 1: DURHAM Cigars are
the finest 5 cent smoke
Try them at D'Alem-
berte's.
('t oniii tl,. .\ lb: ay:oviel C,..
liY -,everal iimii-ical :irti-t-. of re-
nown-don't f-0l too o.t tick-t,--
rice T.c.e- nit-. iw'fiflt i" 1. 1'. 0.
EIk' ch'lrityi fiunil- l'! tter-- hall
Monday y:v ve.i:iig l].. ;ini2[t"

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

NICOLA CASA,
RESTAURANT---OYSTERS.


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Suay a Sunply Even if You do Not Need Them Now.


Among them the famous


S** ;rill/;/// I:;!/, famous for fit, style and finish-in


fact the best fitting Waist in the land.


dealer or customer can den\.


This fact no


You may form some


idea of our offerings by a glance at our large exclusive
Shirt Waist Window, and thcy arc cheaper than
heretofore by reason of our Motto: "StI C!I:.\' .\,I
TIH.RI.IWY I.NCRI A.-I.:E 1IL Etsi.NEss.


New
Arrivals!


LACES AND EMBROIDERIES!


)wCn r Certre Tab I I-a, v-,r--a niiirig beiteat h :a L'E dly ha ir ,f t!.,. Newv,-t
I -in Lacv!; anrd Etibro ideri e-.
Ed :idI:~erzr.Harinburg r.l1.-rit
Val''ricia Lac#- and(InIfl.rtioiii,.
Mlachzile 'l'rch''rx Edginig arild 111,40ti.eii.
Gi-rtinart T'rc-!ioxi I-dwitg, Apliqiie Lac#e :wA InIrortiiri,
lPom"nt(if, prw't. Orifental a and l'latVal, Lac.--.
'h R'iiiiii~mt- If .uinhuri*.f Ldzjt-. !-ix yard hI, .zt!-. i w. 7. r ..t at 5ow.


Sweepio Sale of Munslin hL'Id crwar! *

Si/.e-3 .;.-WN ......................................... .pFC1air
Ir ii.' L't ti Id -. 'It aumti]'d IDrawer, at (',)!.t Mark.-
(iP ., (:il r rimti'twl Skirt-. at 0,4et N[irk.
)rie 1,,-t N" Trimm ed i .ow n- a t ( *(-t M.11.,i n
Oil( Lot I :i(Iie! r i rinimfle] ( I iem e.worthii3.7w ri r .................20 C *:e ll
()tif- Lot Ladiv.,' 'Trizim.-Aa (I ibaric f'laemi-;e, worth 7.e' fir .......VFoe each
iZneLot Odds and ]Ends~--,,),
In Lad ies*Skirt-: andi Gi iwni;to) (1e-a (t.it at C o-4, M!ark Pr i-c.


Is'


DeFUNIAK SPRINGS.


Twio limlrs f;'Oml i' sa Seat of the Florida Chautauqua now in Session
Until March 27th.
inest Resort in Western Florida e <
: *' "* I: P 1 -- i' ':" l I i;i y ..' : { lu nate.


TPB T F T H ]o f


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MXAKlSI\ R00IOOM


F o0" Our Fine a:nd I-xtensive Line of


Spring


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JUST RECEIVED *N; ;i;~: <..,.X
-tii ;v'. ., f z -i -i .~**. a c-.'


:'')/cn liE mroie!red and Lace l.d c'. Kind,
w north i5. each. this sale ........................

2 0wen lairn (:ill inen) 15c ( ualit\, '~tlis sale


-izen 1) 1- IiS2C


qualityy ,


tli s sa le ................ .... ........... ... .... .... 0

do en Men's II. S. White and Colored,
Bordered, 12 1-2 and i -c qualiiy ............$1


;000 yards "Sea Island" Unbleached Cotton, 1 yard wide, o 65c
.case Lonsdale 4-4 Bleached Cotton, . ...... . 81-3c


New Line of Ladies' Neckwear Just Received.


smm m m"U


::-:-Jos. COLEMAN.
PEN-%, -LA..


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dioz roolil.. il ioin i.


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TDos. ,. Ufatsor) 9
RAAT- ESTATE,
Rental and Insura
AGENTS,
V.- I Cf~eItlc Pe.1c1,, &;-


J. M. HILLIARD & CO.,
-Maltufactl r-: and De-al.r-A iI-
Carriages, Buggies, Wagons and Drays.
0-Repairing Attended to Promptly.=-O
:o EAST GARDEN ST. : : : : : PENSACOLA. FLA


Roses--Carnations.


0Qo.. I am selliu- the p-'o,'. of !he: l',emont and Higihllsol l'.rk ;arfDen of
Montgomery. and n t.ve..e o s' cotic .-an fu-ni!h any amo nt of ( 'at Fiowers
and I)esiaD wanted.
Carnations 75c per dozen,
.nce American Beau'ies S3.50 to 14.00 per dozen, Delivered
All Other Ro'es $1.50 to $1.75 per dozen, to you.
F ing Phone< *SI. Mrll VTlr X TWuV~ "Lowiwo


lOCIlh NEWL1S


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iRAND EXCURSION


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Saturday, March


Veterans' Rally!


Brigapier-Goieral Gcorie Reese.


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. li il ::. fri. a- ;W. new and nobby gar-
... I*.., ments for Boys' and
ini,. Ny- : Ii: .i,..',Aria,-. Children's wear, should
No better Cigar for call on Rice's represen-
the money made-DUR- tative at Merchants
HAM--atD'Alemberte's hotel.

Investigate the Convertible Term Contracts
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 1900.


KENTUCKY*S LEGISLATURE.

Its Last Day Poserful sad No Vurther
Trouble Keared.
FPat XKottT., Ky.. March J3 -All ae-
prehension of further trouble diap-
peared when the two bhouue met at the
sm l hour without molestation from
the esate troome. It is probable now
that a night session will be held, wn'ch
will be tna last, after which it wili au-
journ sine die.
Before the sessions met this morning
there was a strong incination shown
by members of both houses to expedite
matters an Liuch as possible and secure
Ainal aojnurament. Beyond the Sena-
tor Triplett resonation appropriating
$00 ,O00 for a reorganization cf the
state militia under Governor Beckham.
there is littie legislation of importance
pending and Democratic members of
the bouse expressed confidence of pass-
ing thia without trouble.
Apparently no apprehension of fcr-
*her trouble. for the present at least,
exists among members of eihet parrtr.
Repub.ian Lieatenaut Governor John
Mlars*iai neld consultations during the
morning with Democrat:c Aanutant
Gencra. Castleman aut several memu-
bers of ithb legislature discussing t.e
general s.tuatto.l.
Speculation as to Governor Taylor's
future actiosnsti I cotinnes Governor
Taylor himself refused alI interviews
on the subject todar, i-,ut prominent
Pwpubhicant. wao have talked w:tn ti Lu
on the eubyct. assert e.mpatiao. v T at
Toveruor "aT..r swi. roenain lu'- Frank-
tort and continue hi. fihtr tor what ct
consit!e-ra u- richt cnt! tne nue-n-t (
the g'govern.rshnip tv4 f'-iaiy passed' utcn.
SUIT FOR GOVERNORSHIP.
publlrAn t ill File anu Am-ta- at.
Ae-rw-r 'Thurst'.y M.rni;n*..
1.t'I ,'x.; :., Marrja 18; -Fjr-L;-r G ov-
ernor Bradley. Judi;e .sat aai i :t.t.r
Republican attorneys are preparing aa
amended answer to the suit brought by
J. C. W. Beckham to secure possession
of the office of governor. After a final
oonterence of the a:ioraers Wednesday
night, the answer will be fAled with
Judge Field Thureday morning.
Toe five prisoners. Secretary of State
Powers. Cansain Davis, Holland Whis-
tkera W. IL Coluto and M L Hlas-
lipp, accused of Vft&ag aooesornes to the
ssasseinataca of William Goebel. are
estl ooatised in jail bere. It st expected
habas corps pressedingsla their be-
half will be be bun in a ew d ys.
T- ***eeo**. ft.pbllems.
NA IVII.I.E. March 13 -At a meeting
today of the Republican state executive
committee it was decided to hold the
state convention at Nashville, April 19.
A canaidste for governor, three candi-
dates fr railroad commissioner and
cand:dates for electors from she state ast
large w'il b-4 nominated and delegates
to tue national convention selected.
T Itsp-rmnc Itbe Leadlen IOsoe.
Dra.ator. Mareh 13. Pohtics were
practtiailTy forotten tn the village elec-
tionus hteli tLroughout Michigan yester.
day atil wLerea bt'g votes polled local
'and jersonu. issues alone were respan-
sabi e Te temperance question was
the absorb.lcu one in mnany plaoea, and
were t 1a .tie vwss trctly drawn, the
'wets" uad a trifle tbe better of it.
Willt.l11 I1 <:maad Protests.
),'-'oti, March 13.-William Red-
maend, tnemn:er of pir.iament, has writ-
ten to ihe cierk of the corporation pro-
testing aga:ast the Troposed address of
welcome to queen Victoria andexpress.
ing his intention to resign his seat in
the council if the address is presented.
No Fl(>l-nm e I, Ashevilll-.
AsI tm:-V.E. N. C.. March 13 -The
enort that there is an epidemic of
ainallpox ;n the vicinity of this city as
incorrect. There were a few cases of
the disease, but all the patients have
recovered and there as not a single case
within or outside the corporate limits.
t <(haag.e i Oflee.
MONTGOMERY. Ala.. March 14.-Judge
A. Straton of Troy. who was recently
appointed census supervisor for the
Third Alabama district, has resigned
ite posiUios as United States commie-
saor. and Circa is Judge Bruoe has ap-
pointed in hias tead4 W. 0. Steark, wbe
hasim bees a deputy Uatted States mar.
aha. Marshal Bryan hae appointed
Andrew tollier to secoed Starke as dep-
uty marshal.


How's This!
We offer One Hundred Dollars re-
ward for any case of Catarrh that
cannot be cured by Hall'% Catarrh
Cure.
F. J. CHENEV. & Co T,, el,. 0.
We. the under-iirnd. have k;ao wn
F. J. C('henv. for the last 15 y'ar.
and helie-ve himn perfectly i:o, <>tra. !
in all hu-iiui-s tra:nsacti :- ahd
financially abhl- to, carry out amil v a ,-
ligations madf Iby t 'itr fir n.
\W -:ST A- 'I ,"FA x.
W holteSa le I)ruti;zzl-t.T. 'Ii i, ', ,
WA.lIN44. KINN N & M \i t\ IN.
W hole-al. Iru-:ggi-tls. T,,. .,. i .
Hall's Catarrah Cure i- ttakn in-
ternally. acting directly upon t..
blooul and muclia system. Price Th per If t:l-~."< :
by all drui .isti Te-tiim, i.tl- f;.
Hall's family iill!Q< Ur, tih- le-t.


Coffee' Coffee.:
iie ca I fthe attention, f(j
the generall ,public to 'h,'
/ta<'t that iu', are oPe //
the best e,1uippcl l:astii A,
in the South. (anI that wr
can t'uirnisih this delici;'.
h 'rera t" at prin'ev / ,,/
defy'. .'ompeti/io/n. 1! c1.'71ls
wish to remind ion that our
Coffees are al,(i'a!is; /''c./
from the Roa.ter. I 'hbile
others r'' old and hare lost
their ar1 '-.a, o011i' / s I'C/.s
and delic ou.o.
. i(c Orleans Grocer/ Co..
.T.dS. "M'H1 GH,


SHREWD DIPLOMATIC MOVE.
Kraugr and Stoya Yore* Salisbury to
Show Ills Hand.
NEW YORK. March 14.-The Journal
and Advertiser says:
Presidents Kruger and Steyn have
apparently made a shrewd diplomatic
move, for it cannot be supposed that
hevy exipctel Lord Salisbury to consent
.- -.u- on any such terms as they pro-
p ied.
V. have, however, obtained from
rr.a Lr.tisn Ireatier a tangible state
es.t o! t ie Iutt Ution of Eniland, and
ner dietrmiutatio1 to take :rom the two
r-i utlici tuelir ia iepeandvce.
I'ais .:ives then somueini:ag on which
thty may appeal to tae powers. asking
I: the latter wtil stand by and tce them
.r=8sbed and turned Into int gra, paits
p me Eritish eupilre.
je streungteniag of Eu..and's fleet
in C'n':ue*e waters tu a part of her an-
swer to the peace proposition of tWe
I'',-r repub.ice. L)rd lSalisbury reahzes
iLat Eungand's enemies havd nevir had
se g. o0 an excuse for making trr uLe
f .r ner as iner nave now. Saou'd taa
E .er presidents appeal to the powers
alzust the premier's ultiniatum and
ark t-ean to interfere to prevent the po.
l:tlati anrinmi.atrn of the republics the
C pl or-unity (t Russia and France wou,
have COLtie.
'-;ae powers w, u:d, very likely, no-
ti!y England tney would not consent to
the taking away ef the boers' inde-
penidence. Anii Itat wuad mean war
For Eaglani '. aii aillvw no uch ti.-
terferenca in w i-t aue regards as L-r
private attairs.
Illt g.tiln 'vi .' '- T l'w P s ;n t tre- .
IuOAN.-Vi+L-E. ,.' March 13.-At
last tue potctici at i.-iganevili; has
changed hands Miss Mary L-m Jones
has been sworn in as nostnilstress and
taken charge of tile office. Misst Jones
in a daughter of Major J. F. Jones of
this place, and our people are p rfectly
asatified with her appointment. L-ft:n.
the retiring postmaster, has a position
in Washington, D. C.
Ne-w Trx Collector.
MONTGOMERY, Ala March 13.-The
governor has appointed Mr. A B
Brooks of Luverne to be tax collector of
Orenshaw county to succeed Mr. H. Y
Brooke, who recently resigned to ae.
oept a positmn in the government priam-
ing office as Washington.
A mu.n named E Presston. of Prpe-
Ponlville. Kans wrote a letter tlhe
other day. sayingt: the opinion of
everyb)hod in 1is town who ha- utied
Fol0y'1 Hoey a':d Tar i-. that it is
th- very be-: mnedicine for la grippe,
co!d-, cough. t tc. NV. A. I>'Al!fm-
berte.


ItueN o-i" Ia'ent.
All thp fai:t ful who havo eoni-
pleta-d thc-ir twenty-first year and
Shlio have nit, brcFin the-ir -ixtietl:
y,-ar, i a d N it. ,:tre i't -xt eiiipted(i fr, Ill
the obligatit:n of fa-stiti, by sickne-'-s.
hard work or t!.her wi ll known rea-
s i-. : are- tbli.ig-d to fa.-t ion all ti.e-
day-. of Lent. *'xc'-pt Sitlal.i"-.
(I: tis- day:'-; lbt ot-e full in11eI i-
:allow-,ed. whiein -1outld not; tak+il
before 'it.',i.
('u-toiii arllow- a cup of (coff',. 't-a
or thin clihcolate. and a small pic'e-
..f bread or a cra.ck'r,. t tlhe llmorliilL;m: al1i ill the **va-i.'inl, it
c,.lltiio l:. t .eIxceedii tile. fourth'
;':r: or an a otdrlairy mieal, i' a'll.'w-d.
At tni-s collation. butter. cht-.... ,
milk, ei.g- stand 4;l kiitlnd of fruit,
li-'h i a ve'otatibler. are ;tIloww.f.
\\'h-ll tlih' t ;ncipal uicral canI;int
witthou; tl'rai' ;.craiiv-nlI-laC | lie
take ;iat tooi. it i- t.rla'r l--;l" t,
tak.a ta,- c *!aiti.on in t!.e inornit ,
;alt the dititn r i:. ti1.- ova'it:.r
Ahtiin e '. ', Ion" ti.' ta-I- a'f ,'-h
ii-i.it d- til o t i iL :,- XV,> ti *,+-, t
atid l ii.la L.- :3:Ad ,,l t!,t .S.-C-
ulday of ;':'.,r \\",-k a:,J ,,: }(lo',
.a;t t a: J .V.
S:i- u-" .f !ad. :- .tliow'.- I11 c',ook-
iii.


Sli-h and tlt -:: :Ir-' not !' :Iw:o t-d ;at
t.lp -alni*- itl<-;l. *,v, i i p>m',da y .
E z!.' (.'ta-a.. :!::k -i he u.'-d ( v ry 0;i li;t ftl n ai ll f tI l 1- rlet'0 :llii.-iided *11
S...-1 F;id:tiday.
Persons exe: ipta-d from- the obl:-
nHtitlon .f fa--ti ;i :ire n t hoittral I
the re-irictioni of u-i g inpat iti;
once a day on th- days' in which tihe
u- a 4of llieat I- par'llJitted iby dli-a .t
-;atioln.
Children ovpr seven years o)f ag z
are bound by the law of abstinence.
ilunless a xcus-'d by *-'ikne-s or other
cause e.
The pa-chal timo. in which all
('atholics Wiho have c4an# to the
year- of di-cretion ar" b,'unad to r+e-
c-ive holey o'ltiiamunion: worthily, c-x-
t ntIll frnm th- tu irtt Sunday of La-t
till 'rinity Slunday. In .U-:v-.. C iiil-
-Ireln o'v r -'*veon yt-ar- of atL ar'
libild by thi- pr,,ep;,: of aannual coln-
fe-.,-ia>u. Pa-tor- ind para-nt- l:,ttll
-,oa- tl:t thle ch!il1,!"i cn ,:;'ly wi:h
this duty.
Iha hftoly -.a t-. o ,.f I,-a.t i : ti
.f pr.tmv'r. ; -aro.w fito -1:1. f ,-eit.
-ion from tn-. wori.< .and it, : mi-e-
ll'-Tit., and o at cent-rou- altmtl- '.lvi;l
By -a -p cial in inlt -r;iataid tao t,,.
'l-lo of d tht' 1, ittd S:ati;- for *" :
y'-.Ar-, da:inv ftmi A AI:r. 1"- I-:9-
w,,rkint. pe'peiA wi a c atinioat at- I|I
,'i.ervf the c',nnoi i l.t lA ' ,. :ir-* i-'t i -l, fro i t' i,)-
',iatti' t ahb-' iln tn a o,' :;'ii a l '. ."
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Send Name and Address To-day---You Can

Have It Free and be Strong and

Vigorous for Life.


ENSURES LOVE AND A HAPPY


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$--other Bigh-Grade Whiskies.-(:.

PROPRIETORS OF THE OFFICE SALOON,


F.. I: IN F.


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OF PENSACOLA. FLA.

DX3I. 3E3 CO'ZDOIFX'fi
WM. H. KNOWLES, W. A. BLOUNT. F. C. BENT, W. K. HYEI '.
D. G. BRENT,


How any man mty ouctkly cure himself completely bra ted mn up. I am ',it n a
after years of suffTerug from sexual weak- vigorous as when ai boy and >oou cannot
i et, lt.st vitality. nignt losses. varleoc'.o, realize how happy I an."
etc anduenlargmnmall weak< rgans to full Dear tir:-Yot size and vigor. Iltmply send yourname ud fully. Hesult wereexactly what I ne-ddl. i ii
address to lir. L. W Knapp. ?.V78 Hull e strength and vigor have caomplte ly re-
RulclinR, Detrolit. Mich.. an'd be will turned and enlargement entirely satis-
gli dly' s-nd the free r-ecipt with full dirtec- factory. '
tians -o that any man may eanilv cure himt- **Ieaar ir:--Yourt rvias received and I had W'%VWe draw our own Bills of Exchange on Great Britain, Jr
elf at home. lts is certainly a Inot sa- no trouble in makni u-P of the receipt a Germany, France, Austria, Italy, Holland, S Belgm,
erousofferand the filloing cextrcts taken directed aildcaa truehfuly .ay it is a boon Oermany, France, Austria, Italy, Holland, pain, Belgium, I.asia
from his daslyt mal lhouw hat men think to weak m'n. I nt greatly improved in way, Sweden, Denmark and other European countries.
of his generosity., 's.z. strength and vigor."
"If)a-r hr: -I'lfasoe except my sincere All c<,rresoarnda'ncae i. 'trietly confldlen-
thanksfor yours of recent dnat. I have tial. nmai.al ii olain eal tiven your treatment a thorough tet andhi receipt is free for the asking and be wants byable at Port of Detsabon Ten or Fifteen
th., beuttit has been extraordinary. it has every man to have it. Obligations Taken Payable at Port of Deo-inntaon Ten or Fifteen


At the Sign of the Ion.
a t a aI.. rn !and gray
a a 'h aiii117 ea%.
z ,' ,'id rain ini an~a'r beat
T t- tjy I.. .rt's dv-'.re.
A !:: I.'i. r I a~daJ Ctre-.
et- -i a tI,-ii.f,'r wlrI anJ %ra~-k.
V. r f .-..i~a2.ffr Etaik
a 'rlaX Ir e~IaI~y I.ad ,iW mgince.
a-grille- tMe pi ;naa.
UX r.. Pa.' %--i.k". -, &; aa-er h-raiunl
.1 ii, l Lot sthe- ar.A IItg mtAle round?
r aIa % irra ,I,! sr. I grai
a1ti- tl- a Ki'v r-i%-'
(11,. f r a A''t! fat anlr fine,
I';i'.g bit. re' i in,.~'e
t*r-.,-s A!.%-an at- I ..eiioa atr..
Ar I !- rg taafcr,- a tata a Irt!
71-1 1, t thp v' w!inds ra-Iiv rain&
IF4'' La-' t I r-c king caries
',fl- n,'..rd'.' 't( r) 's in it clOaar;
T1.4, r a.t.trv!'p .a.r.g I litar.
1,' t 1 117-.41 at: "''low. vwind; cotite,


n rack '."
F:ir.r. a t;- of mrk -cf sack!
-Chicago Record.

"I think I woul 1 ~o crazy with
pain w,-ic it Iaot for ('Chamberrl;iti'.
Pain j'a.ln.'" wi it-. Mr. W If. Sta-
pl,-tro I. I -rtn;a;iints Pt. "I liav' ti-ri n
atilicted with ri',-ui i'ti-nm forseveral
yva-r- amtid hav tri-- rvni-dies witlh-
,aut nitimiihr., bit Pain BHalmkl i- the
t. -t II ldic'ine- I hav' wot hold of."'
(n11 ap-plicatio(n r-eli-vas the pain.
For Aalei) l Hanniah Bros., :21 S. Pal-
afox -tr-et.


sklmmilk For ilogn.
Skimmilk cannot 1e,' t.oo highly in-
dorsed as a fotil for ' Stock. Fed In conliection: with corn. It
prove a very economtiieal and effective
ration. But It should not be fed to ex-
cess. Two or three pIounds of skini-
milk to o:e of mea'l Is thie best propor-
tion. The ailk belug defiehnt In fat
and the corn In protein, their combina-
tion proves most n ati'factoi'y.
A LITTLE KNOW FAC<'r.
"T:iat the, i:' Ijrity ;, seriiui- li--
' ,ii i.i::',. i i- rder of thn-
ikidl y-. Fo +: '5 Ki -1 C re is
-I L:n rat. :f.ii. Try it tt'-il.yv if voi are
nt fe-lin. w'il. W~V. A. )'Aleiii-
ierte.


WIN EAIER Bi!
To bI ( iven };y
H0?. LOLG:- No. 2371, K H,,
',1 a 1- w iI.sJI rr: ,; .

Monday, April 16, 1900.

Tick-t- c'-t t-. Ladie- Fra',-. Fret-
'l'rat,.,portation otn Dummt y.

W 1<-: ~ -' ^ "TH

J. I. Steplhen-4 ha a larsrt' assort-
ment (,f Solid Sterling silver and FR ST.EAM DIVISION
Roger's Knives, Forks and Spoon PENSACOLA ELECTIUC TIMINAI
INAILWAY COOIPANY.
Me'di-.al t.iet-y, Atiention. AILWAY COMPANY.
Tra:ns leave Pensacola for the Little
There will be a regular meeting of Bayou, Palmetto Heach. Warrlngton, Navy
SP M ica i Yard and Fort harraness at
tie Pen-aila Medical Society at | .ma.m.arrive at Port Barrancas 7:16a.m
the Board of Hea;th office at 10:00 a.m. arrive at Fort Harrancas in 146a.m
o'clock p. m Tanadity. March 27. I l:ap.m.arriv at Fort arranoas 1:46p m
V l s: p. m. arriveat Fort Barrancas 4:15 pm
\inv l al phyt plans are cordiall <'i5p. B. arrvtat Fort Barraneao 7:10p m
iutvited to atteiod. t, .:J p. m. arrive at For'. Harranoas 8:469.m
D. W. MoMILLAN. M. D., Trains leave Fort Barraneas for Pensa-
Prient. Cols at
President. 7:. m. arriv at Pensacola ..... :15 a. m
E. F. BKRvE, M. D., 11:>00p. m. arriveat Pensa ..o.......11:A p. m
Secretary. S6mt !.(10 p. m. r rive at Pensacola ... .... 2:45 p.m
._ 5 n p m arriv- at Pensacola 7.4-: pn)
7:00 p. m. arrive at Pensawota... ...7:45 p m
Convention Call. 1:. p ,n. arriveat Pensaco;a ..... 9.i p. m
*M ? u riby 0onIly.
Thte 'ixteetith annual mroetin ofa iiifrct .t, 1 .I'$.
tha Wonllan'- ('hristiati Temperance ; so DAY ctI SUXrnlt.
Inion ,vf Florill:, will be, held in eave Pensaoo:. Lv Fort Marraneao.
ti.tthe.-ville. April 3rd. 4th and 5th. v a.im. 10a. m.
Tlhp flr.t --.-i;o will be at :-' in.. 1 a.m. I't m.
of Tte-dav thte third. : p m 1 p.m.
M 1is B llI Kear:i y of Floara. 8p.m sp.m.
Mi--.. will *ive the convention ad- 4p.m 5P m.
5 addin ip.m. .M
(hra---. addit j Inta-',a"t tatt teo '-ca- P M.p. m.


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SA \ J. Gl.EN\. Pe-ident.
R, cti ingi: ,-c'y.

1iuy zyour wife one of those
7/(tiadsome parlor suites
'romt .vearston i Finch.


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'omiort)able mattresses,
pillows, etc.. to go with your
new furniture. )'ou can
buy the whole outfit from


Iessao! a to orl ajtri .ant. dre-torn 4:-K
P-. fl'eaiteiliA t t N pi v 11Ard amre! r-t-'vz-n 'aet
pernzoa '.0 toPaarr.p*.tu 'Fv-'j and ri't~-n im.
TARK 70KJI SN bAY
tenifeco!ftto art J'~rmsnoass N iw
1 &-d aid rol'-ro
I'enguscoisto Pa.IrAtletto h-'.a.' and




UIIiK LIO0N BEERI!


E1l'r.ir-.-. by :MI Ph''-ician- a- t!:e-
'uily t 'H : ab-,it I'i:I" -1 l''r-in atlu!-

Geo. Pfeiffer, Agent,
PENSA('COLA.
Tri It in 9 Tn at U1 l;.nn.


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after Veassel Arrives there.
yW Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent In Connecticn
with which we have a Private Apartment for the Use
of R.entnr.


Telephone No. 147.


Cold Weather
Coming. -.,,, ,n n
or' i,,r- a I I 1r \ r 1 i n hef, r.-
a' .! -'nap arr: %.--. \W e .11 I e-nt yv, ..
t*-t (i',t-l .-U ,a*' prua. ; : '.a 'a; r ..-Itth r 1,,- .
or n. -a tliIIg t)u pou .-. Itt r'-iii:;tIa le a r -


TfompsoD, OiserU 9 Qc
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Coal and Wood.
S'I i.,. aih l anri : I :. t' Sr,. i /. .
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THE ORIGINAL ---*


ST. LOmZS


A. B. C.



BEER.


V.J. VWDAh, Sole Wbolesaler.

ItiG 18131111. BRIIDS ilts'IIIIPOIID A1D1D MENI

Pail Joies ail Ecko smriis (Cdebratci YRislics.
gj~p~i PHONE TRY I BOTTLE of CELIRY TOUIC,1. N
POE154. P.0.BX"
JUG & FAMXLY TRADE SOLICITED
fro ellee.ie-ary to Any Part of tbw City.
CW-All ordt-re 1e4L at The Offie. Vidal&* Smitb. will tse ear'f.Y
at tondobd to.


DUNN'S *


HOTEL


ON EUROPEA29 P4&AN.


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Restaurant Attached, Open Day and Night.

OYS.i'I: I } f- '{ A\N ( GAME OF ALL KIND. IN SEA-

paecial Orders at Any Hour.
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--JOHN PURDYSo,

Foundry Ylachine Shop ,
( FN-K I. i- \% J; A1.;F, A ',K J.t Ci-.-,- N ,\ ,I k I N, 1) 1-. ; '-


Telephone 346.


Ponsacola. F;.'.


AT I'Elt'. ( \- I IN(; LIMI MHl- T RI'(K<. M.LI.,L 'i
Car \V V' I a :.,i Ira ro i pul,-v-. lanar.- r R x-. '-.
factored to OJr,- i: :. F'r-t-ClasS-, Work n'ttil ke M1 tti-r ;
bIe Rate- .
Dealer in Machinery, Fittings and Supplies for


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IMPORTANT NEWS


Occupation of Bloemfontein
Is Hourly Expected.

MAFEKING HARD PRESSED

( rorj* to .Atil IFor !-. Hleliena M.iLrch
17-( 'vil RhodeA Il! iali-hur)'ir'
-li<} Itu lKruger Gives atilstlactOll
to Natail.
Ls:)' :.. March 14 -A few hours
wsoul brig important uispatches from
Lera Rober:s. No word has come from
B.oemc'outen today, although sharp
tigbting is believed to have occurred
since the commander-in-chief was last
heard ci. London confidently expected
tne occupation of the Orange Free
State capital will occur today, as pre.
viously forecasted.
In the meanwhile attention turns to
Mafekiug. A d;bpattcu from Lolhatsi
March 3 says:
Colonel Piumer's for,'e reached here
Tuesday. March 6 It is believed that
only a single bridge southward has been
destroyed and that otherwise the rail-
road is intact within 5 miles of Mate-
king. Colonel Plumer has already dis-
persed several Boer police posts in the
neighborhood and is actively pushing
h1, advance southward.
Mafeking can scarcely hold out much
longer. The news of Colonel Plumers'
a; pr<. a b bha given substance to the ru-
E:: are ;nz..;ied t.) think the r.ief is mure
.igls.y t t.-,' ine accoimpiiLhezi by Colo.
ue. l"'akl:..n'( i'jiutin Irom Kiuber.ey.
Priva-e tlvx--. triva set forth that
I .. i'. i' u:ni r l1i:., a.:tiost giv'n 11
Lic : .', i :-;.:ltt anythiu, tnure
tlJ';:: ra e lthe '.iI, itl *u :IIh slLc
1"'- -:- wlri: i t .! It pi s itila e tnat
,;,': ., -.i t : i.'*1 :1t,-r i): t:e 'n vest-
1:. r-. v 'i iv- rn-i :recd i'.ut;nei r'
ita r t i .. J i;-in :r *n; tr e
.It':s (.: If," *' ','- 7 ;('1 mi oi' i e: in
N At ~l.. t ; :.l* : I 'ii i:i.r 1:c. ct I:1C ti4tn
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LT: ....& O1
N ita. il i ,i ;; r> 'n:it tia: groat-
e *; ; i :! z i teel' ,here at Lord
.a.1-L uor "r r-t.v-y tn t:;.e i'jer pre-;ieut's
J.':n('f *iT+ "r: .'.r'*
A% *:- .t :1 I. i ii : ur illn irl;ztcre.
I *'.' f- ; It. i:l" -t i :r. t. i. ll' e n ; 1 <.l 'iLie'

-ILie rep.y. e-:'; "iallv t.ie last para-
gra;,ij, rc: t.wiI: to i(San ep.'ndience, hat
toi-n reeiv.,d in s'a. with a feeling of
,;r-lt( r"-i:-f .nid i., is g',al ;:u aldoubts "
A prViVa' .,t.aitI irtuOi .Iihannesburg
ha t. en ri.'el l 1i 1. I. 'z iO.. dated S:at-
ur ;av. 11irt ':i .. c.io r.tulictlit; reports
tua" IMtI min's are t.l-olei, and the ma-
ainery lrror.eu, auni assertlug tnat all
S well


CURTAIN RAISERS.


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still l .: . ;i i ,t f hiack
:.*-.,] i.I tnii.;iin iil 'w.1.i s r(rappiings.
;i ,:!mil nI: l I:1ir." l'r,+:,'lh (. ,.!X )of
blua ;, >l\,.t i .,t ,1. i 1. i\% d 'vel'opeI.'d
tw-f-r" ;ttaned,-il


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iTHE REPUBLICANS


Effort to Settle Differences on
Porto flican Ques:ion.

FOR .KER IN CHARGE BILL

fIus l)rifrt.,l Aieildlin atts Which lie
llopi 's Will .I31t l).+taslndl of All
lInter. st 1'rying to Pl'lase Freo
Traderrs nuI1 lnr 1i M'tn.
WASHINGTON, Marc'h ;.-Tne Repub.
lican seuatrij have decided to hold a
caucus for ta sctiement. of their differ-
ences upon ne Porto Rican question
and a call has been issued fora meeting
after the adjouramena of the senate to-


Seuatcr Foraker. in charge of the bill
providing a form of government for
Porto Rica, has drafted amendments to
the bill which he thinks will meet the
demand of all tanterests in the Repub-
Alca pArty, and thu measure as ihe
hoaul .:ieuded will be subuirited to the
caucus. So far there has been sAo de-
parinre from amicable feeling among
senators and there is a noticeable dispo.
:ui.,n tou rsconcle all differences in the
iutrerst of party harmony.
L:i this desire the president is known
to .o.:u heartily, but he has told aena-
tr- wa.) tiavo visited him that he was
fe;.ul'..V auxius that certain principles
a,.. i rearn:in inviolate la ths settle-
i;elt. 11- ur;gei a'iang other things
to;- re't!eclon Cf the ousa principle of
r.O)'ect;on aud the establishment of a
en r 'F,.raker's amendments are
r.' i.-;-t-(o;i ;o io')k to the retention of
ta-, t..r:fft as a pied to articles shipped
'r',, P'.,rro R:co to the Unitod States
,anii to iti be;.n dispensed with on ar-
t(,,es .!:Apped froni the U'uited States to
Po'irto }:co and aiso for toe el.m;uation
of tue provisions of a delegate from
Porto R.co to congress. It is believed
these cone9.aions will satisfy both the
free traders and the tariff men.


THE H'EATHEN CHINEE.


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1*111 l ti I 1. 1. 1i.. .uI;,I I AI ',Cvi c a I I y
ftq all iit)-thati;I 2-cd nd .khii

shet ri;-t ie1'4.-. it; 7(1 MfIit. Ku
,-f thfu liloilt atoIt -ttire ,-yseli1,,it
I h"-vly psulil-. iift tetirri. (live-
it a tri:al. It vure'- wh''zi all elopf til..a
'1 loIini-ly to'i'to-ta f-'t fr :v yV~aII-;. ,;ld
at dinz Qt-rtr- at $1 Pt' brar~- bu'ts.
'; Ltrc-' Ii'tti ("'(111 tr,:,tm -1t t
St.. -Ilff-tsr- t:,aV yte-t i:. a trial hO?-
tl i~. away i a h tl-.liwelv fre'..
W\rit.- f.r it. A;I(Irs --- 11( )M1I,
HA IAT I (I .Alaai .Wri's.toi-
u Do, ii-ctrue ot!,otdi. ,:(l uIfr.-,.ti -


'I'l, lt Nv.;i'. (-:.sf (Chirna hai a griat


'[1.rv tort,- ltti.:;< that the last flip
pr,*.- 44 ,:in' f Ch'ina N~ill k.:tllher takho
;,:I tli't e '- f 4-j ,- o 111t. h1:t. I, f i
f Iln Cli l::a .'.-.'palt-hint ;tit :ih1i-
Ji.,tV.l'-'11%h.';t thio- lt4.]iteii'5 are 114t
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m14s1tI1,h l eii] ld c(i.1-11 'Ilow y-houmld
ii k c, Full, ;',s Hont-y a' Tar he fore it i
40LATE. NV_ A. DB'Al1-tn iarto.


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Washing Dishes I
To wah itshes in -.'f the e. and do it
we'!, tol;ow this re,;:e A:*av. uc bot
wa,,r o0warm. ~u ot' ,It est to use-
mn .v ith c: ina and & ass,. an !, o have a nice
lathr. instead of using soap .se
Gold Dust Washing Powder
Di3ssolve a taH!espCoonful in the hotwater and
wash quickly; ha It y of nice. dry towels
go wi,: with; have a drAiner that will allow the
water to run off the dJ.tes into receptackl be-
low, when you will have highly polished glass
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S. A. FRIEDMAN, Prop1.

High-Grade Liquors.


-IIAVEIl BFLO()O, !PrIVAI'E STO')t'lK PlIN HARI'IN S) iI M.AS?{.
VERY FINE: 11. IEK)MAN.'S (KIFCATFI) OLD !11 V(ATE
STOb''CK. 12 V.AlS 011: 01,1) iIILK VEIVFT. 1 K iN-
l(' High Gra dF" Tqit uoIrsND, WHK
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I1'ACE WIII1 N()1 I'E0.MIT
'1( MI.NTION.

J llT" h* L')r .-: :>!i I -t S ,,l, ,*,t d St,,,'k ,f l,.t:I. W .isky :,,..,
W inesfilr Fl ily '-e.
THE JUG TRADE IS OUR MAIN SPECIALTY.
g Al-',, A f--::t fr, t 1:- I 'an.ii Pa.h-t Milw.iukee I. r. Fr..' Dli.v-
(ry to evlry P.irt of the City.


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W. C. NORMAN, Proprietor.


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Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter,

No. & South Palafox Street.
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0-Teiephone 68.--0 AGENT for Birmingham Rolling Mills Company, Revere Glant
--:*.GEO. WILSON & CO.,..--- -i Stitched Belting, Northampton Emery Wheel Company, Laftin RBard
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ENGLAND'S ANSWER MARITIME.

WAS QUICKLY MADE .... .... .


Received Late Tuhesday Ni ght
by Secretary Hay.

TEXT NOT KADE PUBLIC
LA~d Salletury F irms j Dec 1usd W~th
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 Material Information
Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: March 15, 1900
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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

Full Text

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NEWS


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 15. 1900.


VOL. 30.


NO. 35.


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World of Bottmn nelegrap.ed Mr. 11-
Tui'kA. March 14.-- v. Charie M.
Sheldon to *tickiag to be deal of what


Tnd leading ste ob t he a f, pabe of
Rev. Charles M b~adoa's dily today
was a brtef story by Aso ae Bdso the
Cbear troliug of rhe promp rlpoos.
to the aponal mad n Mbeg tlof feature of
otracken India, The l4tan Endevor
Wori d of Boetraiteo. wished Mr. 8aysisl
di a urgring hr teoopre famad, bai he
-tve be I too bcy io mwas n to thi-
work nard. and eaguin tha tribs con-
be ,eat tnroagn re;Qmar obanneil.
Governor Staoey wrtse a colama r-.
ti,'e
;)i e<,ss t rison reform bas made It the
-titt .\:+., her colcmn was an m rt .
war e-rto .U by Beard, and in this Con-
icrti',,n < ntj neral <:,i' latest list of
e'a-A.ties in Luzon will be run with
c,)uni'out by Editur Sheldon. A leading
art:.l on ihe lor-si page was a stafe-
ment :r 1 l the Kaubau Millers' aseocia-
'i u prateeting against alesed unjust
!re4trwent waich they receive at tie
:.aia i of the railroadA.
(). *e e.Cra ifi.:. w.h wal
ma. i. f the war. and Editor Sheldon
Sainim-nted free v ou the news. There
was a long ec. trom (irinonell, Ia..
t.** i,(u, f tie r.t :g:narin (,f P:re ieut
(;itt-.A of the Ilwa co.iege and giving
un. ras,mns rthre*or.
Ti.- ioL- iteader was headed,: "What
t'au We Do to Make This a Better

I' aiv.cat.e- nounprtisan politics and
rz:ee a higuer standard 1f rngnteous-
S-NE aDnig oficiaTs and peOp.e.

SIGNED WITH A GOLD PEN.


I tie Nw 'V neane s' Iltll I' N..w the
L.iw f lih- Land.
\VWA nitoro. March 14 -At 14 min-
u:-s to 1 o'c.o -k tans afternoon the
pro.ident asixed hia signature to the
Uinancial bail. thus making it a law of
the land. Mr. Overstreet of Indiana,
who had the bill in charge, arrived at
the White louse about 5 minutes be-
foure that time and was sbuwn into tbhe
cabinet room. where he was joined by
the rrestlJeat wao, after inquiring if
the ril nad been compared with care.
afited his sigaature to it.
At the samke time be recalled to those
wno atood by the fact that many of the
important financial bills whioh had
been passed by congress had been ap-
proved oa the fourteenth of the month.
lie ep ke of the Sherman act. the re-
sumulion act and now the bill which
was before them. In signing the bill
the president used a new gold pea and
houlier which Mr. Overstreet had
brought with him for the purpose.

S'mr stomnac:h. fullnes- after -at-
In fl:itiultleice. art- all atu--d lbyv
inip-rfe-ct (diLestion. PIRIc KIN. AStI
ITTKI-I conir-cts thle di-ord(ers ,t
ntice-. dtivfs out b:idly d igested f,-od
tia-l tion- the stmntach. liv-r ad
h wel-. -For sale by Hannahl Bro<-.

"Three Feather-' at FIIt'rge!i Ar-
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:tr -,t of 4 liih prs- r,.. t and its at-
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DURHAM. Try them at
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CHINESE SQUADRON


TO BE ESTABLISHED,


Result of a Conferlence With


German Ambassador.


A SPECTACULAR WARNING

Ameirriel W\tchl 'ralsl aud iRu.lsta l'rr.
hunsed (e-s iiu-ny \1) Illake a Sismli-
lar I)lfgustii ratloira.


-',4REW AWAY HIS BUTTON.
Old Soldier Was Brutally Tre.ted by
a Negro t.u.trl.
WASHINGTO. March 14. --Feeiing ran
iagh at the Coeur d'Alene investigation
before the house committee on military
affairs today and there were several
s: .ited exchanges between Ohairman
lluil and Representative Lentz. George
(;,rneil was on the stand relating his ex-
erience during imprisonment which dif-
fars only in detail from those of other
wi'liesses.
Otie o his recitals was as to an old
soldier, who because of brutality of the
negro soldiers toward him, took his
Grand Army button from his coat and
with tears in nis eyes threw it away.


N:'.v Yu:. March 14 -A special to IGurnell said he made a memorandum of
the J,,urual and Advertiser erom Wash- the adair. but the book was taken away
e Jurua and Advetis from Wash- fi )m hinm and he saw it afterward in
ingtou lays: the possession of Ba;rtett Sinclair. the
hle Getrman amtbass.ldor, Dr. Von governor's representative, during the
Hol.utl,:. h.ad a luong conference with troubles.
Atini 6eczetary of State H11il in which Mr. Sinclair, who was present, arose
try of a in and declared there was no buch soldier
tue latter was presumably informed as had been described.
that a demou.tration in Caina might Mr. Lents protested affainst state-
be expected from lRussia shortly. ments not under o.tth. He also gave
Te chief o the burea f ag notice that he would call on Mr. Sin-
Tue chief the bureau of av clair to produce all his books to
tion. Rear Admiral Crowninshield, locate this alleged soldier entry.
sought secretary of State Hay and Chairman Hull here interposed to
oaund him at the Hay residence, after remind Mr. Lenta that he was not
which the navy department anuoanced the entire committee and was not in a
that a Chinese squadron will be position individually to order the pro.
established and tuat Rear Admiral uaoutio of books. This was the province
Kempff, now commandant at the Mare of the committee and without such
island navyyard. will be sent to Maailsa ati1o Mr. Iauts's notice amounted to
to take this squadron for oruising the abinf.
Chinese and Japanese coasts also that Mr. Lentz stated that this was thb us-
Rear Admiral Remy. in charge of the ual counr that books referred to Io te.
Asiatic sesuot, will maintain the naval itanomy would be called for. He asked
base at Maala. h the te oaiSmistte make the request
It is saderstood that Rear Ad iral W .! without objection this was doMe.
Kempff's squadron will eoanist of h -
Oregon and Baltimore, now at Mamula, BATTLE IN CLOUDS A MYTH.
the Iowa, Phi adelphia and Marblehead,
now on the Pacific coast. and the Mot.- V*terams Say There Was No Figihtlig
iromerv. now attacuea to the South At-. n Top of Lookoue.
latic s tatond here that the f M Pins. March 14.-During the ses.
It i; believed here that the formation *:o of t Confederate H..tor:cal "so-
of the Chinese squadron by the United s of
Statue is to tobe a spectacular warning to ciatien here there was an interesting in-
lusoia and Frante tuat American in. formal discussion touching an historical
ierests are involved in any change in question in connection with the Chick.
tne cont.iions in Cmina. Presumably amoaug campaign.
Germany will uAke it imilar demon- ama campaign.
trma( y will ke u. lar o- nerl Gordon. Captain Carnes and
t- several other veterans, who were at the
CRADDOCK KILLED SHARP. battle of Coakamaugs, agreed that the
u Lattie in tue clouds was a popular error
Ih-y \V-.re 6;H.ib,r.g &d l Quarreled whicb had crept into text books and has
Over i. (:arl. beue generally accepted as history by
A'Ai:'AI.IA. Ala. March 1,. This tuose uot familiar with the details of
moru-ug Wlli] -'ra.Jid.-:k .Lut aiad ki!!d the eventful campaign. There had been
rno actual tfigting on the summit of
Thomas Snarp ii the juryroom of the Lookout mountain. The pictures and
courthouse. They had been gambling paragraphs representing the federal
and Snarp accused Craddock of secret- scaling the perpendicular walls amid
ug a caid. tut the difference was snp- smoke and lead had no foundation in
i .a ... tt th ^ dfernc w tact.


IueriSe 4. :A.i U tv Eeu reP eI, t. v JUU i ti
game enmdld raddock picked up Sharp's
iii Ot (andl saidi:d
"It's a good gan, but not as good as
wine," anti with a remark: *Lo,)k out!"
tired point blank at Sharp's forehead.
killing h:m instantly.
Cratidouk was givsn ai r.reliumnary
trial today and remanded to jait with-
cut bail.
TOWN NEARLY DESTROYED.


Light Spring., Fiat., llae a Very D)r-
titrucltv "FIre.
IIMiHSPK iNas. March 14.-Fire. which
originated in the drug store of P. F.
lIciton & Co., swept through the town,
destroying :3 bu:ldingu and causing a
loss approximating $.30.000. There was
very Ittle Insnrance.
Ualy seven business houses are left
standing in the town. Fifteuen stores
and ofliceiN were burned. Among the
building.. destroyed were the postofflce.
i[.Iton'U uruj store. H. Walsu's shoe
store. PIutuam's general stire, the
high i S-rinr News printing uilice and
The Senutinel printing office.


Ail Se-.t to.1 ill.
SAV%'.~ati. March 14 -Judge Emory
Speer tia re:'used to dlicharge A. L.
Whee.er. aiias J. S VWheeler. and H..
BI Watts. alias C. J. Watts. In other
words their peas in abatement to the
effect tMat they were not the parties in-
dicted with 1). A. Tyson for the fraudu-
lent une of the mails were overruled and
they were compelled to go to trial with
the other oefeudants, all of whom
pleaded not guilty to the charges of
conspiracy and fraudulent u*e of the
mails
Desperate Fight With Coivicfs.
Cot MBIA. S. C. March 14.-This
morning five convicts on a penitentiary
farm near this city attacked Abe Nar-
ling. a guard. They got his Winches.
ter. but did not know how to operate it,
and fought him with hoes. He suc.
ceeded in drawing his pistol after a des-
perate fight, and killed Tom Houghton,
a negro desperado. and wounded an-
other. Two surrendered and tooe fifth
escaped.
I IEncourage Mitanufacture .
K "txiLuE. March 14.- The city
coiuuil of PErstol. Va., last night
granted a request of the Virginia Iron.
Coai and Coke company that it be re-
":evedi of five years' taxes on all new en-
terprises launched taere. This request
was made recently. It is said tke com-
pany wir a at once begin the establish.
ment of rolling mills, coke oven pianBs
ana perhaps a steel plant at Bristol.
'rylug to Save Neal.
CoqI.t iA. S. C.. March 14 -The ef.
t irts to have the Ne.al case dropped are
S.ntnuing. Letters are being received
quite often and personal interviews are
L.aing had looking to the dropping of
tne Oase against Colonel Neal. The
case are to be tried at the April term
of the court in this county and there is
no indication that the oases will in ary
way be compromised.
Upp-r Teu" at Eugeue Arbona's.


BIG CONCESSION OF LANDS.
A Pulp Syeilionte Acquires Valuable
I ranchlnes In C'anpada.
ToUnoTio, March 14.-By agreement
brought down in the legislature last
night, a big concession of pulp lands
for 21 ye-ir !s granted to a syndicate
ciemprised of a number of Canadians
ann intcuding Marshal J. Dodgeof New

The concessions include 50 square
mtles on the Spanish, Vermillion and
Unaping rivers and in addition to the
payment of the schedule of fees the
syndicate agrees t6 expend $o0.000)
within three years in the erection of a
Tiuln and paner mill
11ltllEIK) THE GltAVEI.
A -tairling incident of whieh Mr.
John o!liv r of Philadelp hia. was the
-ulbj-et, is narrated by him 4!, fld-
low-: "I w;iA ill mLot dre:d> 'ti!
o, (dition. My skin w'n 2 alin-, t y, l-
low. es sunken, tongti roatpd,
pain continually in back andd ,ides.
1uic aqi-tit, gradually growing i
ve:Aiker" day by day. Throe phy-.i-
alii;iI' had -iv en me llup. Fortuntate-
I;i. a ft i:id advised trying *Electric
I''ter-.' ~ind to o iny great joy and
-it, ieri-,. the first bottle made a d,,-
c'idil i;nipiroveiient. T continued
th* ir u-!e fr tlhre' w-+t k-. and aiiin
noiw a wll imnan. I know they saved
my lift, and robbed the grave of atn-
oti,-r victim." No one should fail
to try th -in. Only W0) cents per bot-
ti" at W. A. D'Alemberte's Drug
Store.
.v...-. I un African War.
OrTAWA. Mari-h 14 -Lite last night
tue hUouse divided on Mr. Bourass' mo-
tin that the uouse refuse to consider
; e a.tunon of taoe government in rela-
nion to the South African war as a
;ore-edelnt whbi h should commit the do.
mruncna to any action in the tunure. the
voiw Ptndinug 11. rto 10 against it. Tne
matterr were ail Frenco Canadians, six
I..berals aud four Conserratives.


l'rofesi tu eItl la Arr--t.t.il.
ATT ,TA, March 14. Dr. 1 L.,
i ;I,: ou!, a 1ain wel ktniwn ;mixo,)ng the
business and professi-.nai men of At-
,anta and a partner in toe Brooks Den-
tal Specialty company, has been ar-
rested on a warrant from Savannah.
charging him with forgery, and carried
to that city for trial. Tte amount in-
volved in tue transaction is said to be
cn.y 5. Uo
Wants to Disfrntnch!qs Niogro.
MACoN, March 14.-T. W. Hardwick
of Washington announced today that
he wuuld probably be a candidate for
re-election to the legislature. say:ng the
only reason he wanted to go bai-k was
to again introduce his bi:1 to disfran-
chise the negro. He asserts that the
restriction of the negro vote is the oniy
taking that will help the po.itics of
Ueurgia. __
"He that seeks finds." H}{- tlat
take Hood's arsaparilla fitind in
its use pure. rich blood and conese-
quently good health.


CONDITIONS IN ('11.


Settlement of Its Affairs a Grave
Problem.


SENATORS TO VISIT THE ISLAND.


i'ersonnl Iu Initiullon to liHe Made
by) a 4 *nnli m ite*--'ine ilaskanu Bill
In the ,eunHt.-- le-lntie-Lluan Who
4 uuldn'tl le ribed.
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I t- I'' tl* "'L t-. IIlIllIA: 11V o f qc I IdI- .m ath i
vitlier tIii se- if the l'iiilippin Ies .or Poqrto
Itic. .It is hecu lsitcc. of1this iiir-~u
that Souia I )I I hit t. of Coin nev t-t i~t Ald-
rich till Ithulo -Islauad will Tiller of Col-
orafielc. ri-lorc-Nc-itlg Ithe -,,lailittct- On
r-clatieus ~wlihI ,ulca. hea1ve. tle-clded lto
visit til-h.- LdiAid t iljl a sc-ttaiin as far as
pwsplio~- tI iltahee- ondsithious existing t bet.
TLes.e Senaitor)1s hay.tIcc-eli re-ading the
rtports eoe!Iflic U aited I tatus officers.
they lmve-.- imid ;e-w-r'al Broukv. w~'ho
was ii iitary govtrutir tof1thie iWand.
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3'I'gl Pi' de 4 abile Bill.
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l't~ii.I c .iagr mi-I -. ti. laeji,'.. e, itnml
;ta L"~~l a 1:1 I.- L:1\'4.rI.ll~ cable coil-
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iw~. 'flier-t-' it il I4to !erit l[ ie-; l i
to granting an v sl.-ily foer a able.
and if the ftirvo %ant i in vr tot the vcable
nrt divided It will to-nil to prevent any'
favorable action itthi~im wsslu. Pre-
hap@ the unfiletMng Interviot4 may tbD
zadjus'ted on account of itlie deniand for
a cable. Amrnin W. Drviw.

TO CURRl A COLD IN ONIK DAY
Take Ia.xative Bromo 4ulninso Table$*. All
truggiceta refund the money If It f`1l1119 9#
lurv. E-. W. (irove". s ignaturr is em eacw
box. 2;1C.


Earl Mayor of Columbia.
CoLrKmBA. S. C.. March 14.-Dr. V.
Sumter Earl and ex-Mayor McBeth
Sloan. the leading oontestante of a
former primary in which there were
five candidates for mayor of Columbia,
have run the flual race. which is equiv.
alent to an election. The voters wor
registered. Only 1.741 votes were ca,
Dr. Earl winning by .JI majority.
Vet4.rans of ( tlvl Wr Cleal.
CLEVELAND. Mareh 14.-General Jobh
J. Elwell. one of the best known citi.
zons of Cleveland and a haro of se
civil war, died last Jight Dealh wa
due to old age. but probably bateseed
by injur is received during the civil
war. from which he never fnlly recov-
ered.
('resreut City Derby.
NEW ORLEANs. March 14i-On a.
urday next the Crescent City derby.
worth $4,000. will be decided. The
field that w:ll contest is not made op
and only surmise can be formed In this
line, but the sure starters are F. W.
13rodo, the Oonqueror and Sidney Loca&


A. I. D- Fluent. editor of the
.i,,,irnil,,, Dl)oyle.-ttown. ) -utl-red
I a r fi umber of ye-ar' irn ti rheuina-
ti-in In his ritrht should( r and "Ide.
He sys: **.My right arri at timtnes
was entirely- use-l--is. I tried Cham-
lberlain'- Paini itlm, and wa- sur-
'priT.-d to rIt .iv) r ,e-' e lif almf i t iinm -
diat ly. 'Tlih Pain H1:lm ta- be-en a
coIlst. att companrl n of mine Pevr
-ie'- ;: (Ind it rve.r fail.,." For -aljc
blv Haninah iro s.. 21 Siouth Palafox
.tr,-e t.

Se'rv'icealel agoni..
lt--t material. l)h-st irotintg. l' te t
ill nirovemenlt--t. lowest rprice-s. These
I tprins ply' to the A I W:ageon-i sold
by J. M. Hilliard &('t.

All thle best brand of lilinor- ar,
A tiger-t ArbonAi 5.

Cotrinir, the AIb;a Haywood Co..
the cetl-brat.d comPdiati -upported
by se-vpral musical :rti-ts of r-nown.
D)n't fail to get tick-ets. Price 7S
cer't.. BH-ni-fitof H P. ). 0.Elk-s char-
ity futi. t'luttr-r's Hall. Monday
evtn.il;g, l'1th inl..t. inln2tf

S IMPOltTANT NorivE.
iTo taro 'contratior- Ilaci (I*- 'al l' u!i: of
S Notics- i, hi -r.lby L'iv, 'n that on afnd
;aftt-r the first day of April lJI.. no
i on mechanic or litlore-r will wnrk
o-ren any building with any uri-on-inors
miln- whI r- th-rt- r- i- an ; rti .or* ;i ization
' of -:lId i'raft umld-r thi jiuri-diction
of the (',.ntr:,l T'rad- l ( 'i rci il
ila'mf J. JI. J ,,i IA.tN.

Handsome pui-ures, bric-
a-brac, et., in. endle.s. ar-
ra/y at rock bottom prices at
MAlrston 4 Finch's.


Who is Rader ?

He's is the Furniture
Man.

Your Credit is Good
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B.r;, .in Pjrntitur.- IHone.

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EMPLOYMENT OFFICE.
Ring up 38 or call at the office.
11 North Valafox -tr-et, when in
need of a carpente-r. H. 1). H< ffman.
Buwine' A'.-'-zt of the (';rrp. nter'-
and Jon,er- I'ti.'u. will urii- h youp
with the d--ir.d hl -lp on short no-
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TENDERS A SPANISH FLAG.
Hobsou Desires to Present Ills State
With a Trophy.
MONIOME V. Ala., March 14.-Gov-
ernor Jonnston is in receit!t of a letter
from Richmond Pearson Hobson, at
Hong Kong, in which tue young hero
expresses the desire to present his na-
tive state with a Spanish A merican war
relic, a flag and flag polo. He says
"uie flag is the United States enusiga
which I hoisted on the armored cruiser
Infant MariA Teresa., tlutship of Ad-
mirai Cervera, at the moment of her
successful floating, the vessel being
atterwarda lost on her way north. "
Tue flag pole, he says, has the form
of a mast. being cut from the foremast
of the Spanish gunboat Don Juan de
Austria, sunk at Manila, and of the
foretopmast of the Spanish armored
crui-er Almuirante Oquendo, destroyed
at Santiago. The pole, he says, will be
110 feet high, and he asks teat he be
permitted to assist upon his return to
this country in the erecting of the staff
and flag upon the ground of the state
capitol near the spot where Jefferson
Davis was inaugurated as president of
the confederacy. Governor Johnston
answered, accepting the interesting
reilc in trh name of the people of Ala-
bama. He wrote:
**It wil. be appreciated the mrre by
the people because it comes from a son of
Alabama. whose conspi nons gallantry
has shed undying iuster upon our state."

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Eczema!

The Only Cure.
Eczema is m.re than a skin disease,
and no kin rernodies cain cure it. Th"l
d,, 'trs ar, unable to effect a cure, and
th--ir mineral mixtures ar- darmnt'inn
t. tne mostt powerful constitution. The
w\;l,* trti'ille is in the blood. and
tSift's Specitic is the only remedy
' which can reach such doep-s(ated blood
dise:a- es.
E -.'.ma broke out on my dau:.hter. and con-
tinueud to spread u:ntli
her h ad was entirely
cover; .1. She was trt-attd
by -,-v-ral good doctors.
1 it gr .w ,rs, and the
dreaifui dit.-ase spread
to her face. Lhe was .
taken to two celet.rated -
health springs, but re--
ceived no benefit. Many
patent medicines were taken, but without re-
sult. until we decided to try S. S. S..and by the
time the first bottle was finished, her head lb-
tgan to bheal. A dozen bottles cured her coin-
pletely and left her skin perfectly smooth. She
is now sixteen years old. and ha a niagnifr.>on
-rowth of hair. Not a siirn of the dreadful
di6e&se aj ever returned.


H. T SinoRr.
2704 Lucas Ave.., t. Louis. Mo.
Don't expect local applications of
soaps and salves to cure Eczema. They
reach only the surface, while the di-
sease comes from within. Swift's
Specific


S.S.SYO Blood
is the only cure and will reach the most
obstinate case. It is far ahead of all
similar remedies. because it cures cases
which are beyond their ranch. S. S. S. is
purely vegetable, and is the only blood
remedy guaranteed to contain no pot-
ash. mercury or other mineral.
--Books mailed free by Swift Specifle
Company. Atlanta, Georgia.
UiobM. ICcred rlercoverPn.
N'-w Yon), March 13.-Roland Rued.
the actor, who has been siok for the
past four months in St. Laka's hospital,
has been discharged and is on tue road
go iLul recovery.
For Rolitf of Alabjlnian..
WASHINGTON. March 13 -At the op3n-
ing of the session of the house today, a
bill was passed for the relief of the hbeirs
of Philip McClusky and John Hogan of
Mobile. Ala.
EZ'tJlHe J. Hall, t, pot uan i pu; -
li-e;r. .ivs that one (b ^f r4f 01'*.
Hcenv au( Tar r-t,,red IA-i; voice
when lihoarsiness thire tt ..d t., ; rc-
vent hi; lecture at (cntr.i Mio-ic
Hall. Chicago. Nothir n' e;-, ;ia
good.-W. A. D'Alemnl.

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STARTLING DEVELOPMENT.
Lide's Wife Stys That Shb Was Not
aaa 1ulted.
MONTGOMERY, Ala., March 14.-The
killing of Magistrate A. B Johnston,
at Dooley's. this county, last week, by
S. A. Ltde, has developed a genuine
se -'ion. Both men were highly re-
._- Immediately after the killing
Lide surrenderedd and gave out the re-
port that Jounnton had attempted to
criminally assault his wile. wnich is
considered by the juries in thi.; state to
justify murder. Mrs L'do confirmed
the story before the coroner.
Lide's preliminary trial was to have
been held today, but he waived oexai-
nation. His wife was here to attend
trisl. but she is said to have made a
positive statement to friends that John-
I son did not assault or insult her, but al-
ways showed her the utmost considera-
tion. Her father, a Mr. Reynoids, a re-
spectabie gentleman, vouches for this
statement and says his daughter was
forced by threats from her husband to
testify as she did before the coroner.
All of the parties are well known in the
county.


Itig IracKl'lg Pistit.
FORT WORTH. Tex., March 14.-Th!
Dold Packing company has sent repre-.
sentatives here for the purpose of close.
ing a deal to erect a plant in Fort
Worth to cost over $1.000,OUO. The
prospects are fair that it will be built.
At (. V. I I llip-omn's.
Crune'. Lad(ie-' Note 'apter. .aitl
Envelpe to match.
('ambridt.e Itiet and E:,.vlI- .
Hurd's Parchli t.it.
Invi:ition Pa.)er al;d E ,nv-.l'pe-.
Lint-n i a')det-.
Fro-t; d V lit!in ai,, K v l. p-l .
Engli-i Noe; r:,iiin W,ve: Ti--une
Paptr; D)eni-o*i,'s ('rt; e. lEtr.. with
'i get-eI ral a-.o',trtlel.t of -t.ttionery.
(. V'. IO.MI 'N.
No. ) 0 Stuith 'Pailafox stue-t.


Do You Want

To Be Pretty?


ATTENTION, LADIES! I


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


bad?
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

qqqiS' ,p 4pl4oy,
21.-, S.outh Palafox St.


Indigestion!

Wec challenge the world
to pr'odiuce ai reinedy/ eCual
to there .Iatchless Mineral
\ after r for the cure of In-
digestion, ysp,epsiat and
all/; fI'rms of SfImtach, Bow-
el Troubles and Skin Dis-
eases. Guaranteed to (cure
or money refunded. Cost
on1y -7 c nt-s a day to isc if.
One do(10,ar bottle last tw1cn-
ty da11s.
FvrI s(l' b l) t dI.fists:.
(fso I" '. T. Grc'ii ,' (o. ,01
. 1Palafox ,Street.
(R A1I)Il"F?:S

1. IW. WILINS"ON,
Greeuvilie. Ala.
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Real Estate Agents,
PENSAOOLA. FLA.L
REPRESENT TWENTY-TWO OF THF
LEADING O FIRE. LIFE, MARINE,
ACCIDENT. FIDELITY. PLATE


OLASS AND STEAM BOILER IN-
STZ & O FURANCR COMPANIES .......
T hl tiny Caples JEesapr&ior( POt, 8 e"ts o I eEQ it 'It
0o-b oand tionos. ;-120-122-( Li6 Assuiralce SoCicty of the


--GOLAY --

Grist and Corn Meal Mills,
I. F. GONZRhIEZ & CO., Prop s,
Manufact u retrs
CHOICE MEAL AND PURE GILOUIN)
STOCK FEED.
Patronize Imnn- iilustry. for th'r :-
ev.-ry reason you -hioud buy your Meai :ti.(
stck Fv-,d from t:f Ho'ni-' Manufantur,-:.
(,r lty so doing i-.u e-nco>ura.- hornp Ir.lu.--
T'ry. ) our mot.y :; I-ft ;u the cntnrul;p ::v


fcr Infants and Children.
T'he Kind You JHave Alwavys Boiglit thas borne the -;. -
ture oft Cl;is. 11. Fletc'her, and Ihas been made n: udel. I;,-
perisonal iiupervisio:i for over :;0 years. Allow 1, ,,t-
to deceive fyoi in this. ('olinterfeits, Inmitations ;iiti
"Juist-as-good" are but E'xi-rimc-nts, ;and c ndanlg;r th
health of Children-Experience against Experimenit.

The Kind You Have Always Bought
9 Bears the Signature of


In Use For Over 30 Years.
THE CnttAUs COPANsT. ?Ir mU*y V gToe mnew V*woc r



Chas. H. Turner,


,:-ARCHITECT *


--AND----


General Contractor

I.iuildini I ,; a,:i:, .11ant,.t lan l (;r it, S.'tin:_'. Plu m ,inili _-. :, sT ','.
:tint (.'a- -"lti'tn ; .
A Complete Plumbing Department under 1
Management of E. B. Morey.
!ti I) -i~ l-, -:-tinlli to-. P a; I l 'ci '.atir- f -
intg of All ih ti-, Preparedt on: S ort N.'.,c-.
\A I- r.:r .- : t. <:i ro(' fu: ll\y l,.,-t,,! St.S.-' ,,f i M ,? !- i .
THil' in .\ Kin -. th Tu .. .. ;. l.:.'
Hot W att :" ,.;u (0.1- Fixtur-s.


No. 19 S. Palafox St.


:: Telephone No. 34


right Cizens National Bank


OP PENSdACOLA.


L. HILTON (IRE[EN.
P'Rt.-,uI IIk. N r.
T. E. WVF4L.ES.
VICE-l'14-SI DENT.


( If F. 1HI I F P: 1..
L11. MI. IUSIN EI'll.4


RIX NM.


Transarcth-,,


Banking Business


A General


5 r waiuptly Attneled To.


SOLICITED.


he St


Laundry


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THE aPIIERLANRY OF WES FLSORIA,


Ct..a re -And Ar. -itt I *-:


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C.J*I)


?~~~~~ 1I~H)~U.~ E. GARIDEN~
~~~x~s 'ALJA:D FOR A'iA~D DELIVERED F!&.V
WoA L K INGr~RA7jA'bTMaag


ESTABLISHED iS3.


Mc'KENZIE OERTING & CO..
0 DKAL.KHR IN 0

Ship Chandlery and General Hardwar.
608 AND 605 8. PALAFVOX STREET.

REVERE COPPER COMPANY. JOHN A. ROEBLING'S FO.N' '
GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUSBEL & BON'S PLMP-
GutUs, rdita. Paints. Oils, Eaitici lstrlnmits, Bafrt, cheers, G:
mMPaESq. oXGg. PTOr.
C'. McKrnzie Oertiug4('oll-ctinm Aret t for It r fPilot- tBo .
ci at!< i :.
mm m mm .3mm. -


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DIRECTOPP:
T. E. W F. 1, 1,.E!4. FIS-FIEBl.
.--fE. L. S Iluitudr-;&C.
K-. J. NV i 1M I RE. J'4ff', F. PFF.IFVEIR,
11 i. r lIfoNON llEES


Buyers to Buy

Choice Family


GROCERIES GENERAL IM


ALLI WORK


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 1900.


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;,IGIITS OF PYTHTAS'.
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h 1..I A;I.: !.Ta. March 14 Counsel foz
CE tr .*-e i,'h'.-, tie young Georgian
S0. W. w; was c nvi(cted at Covington at the
--, ilt term f too .u;,er;orcourt of asanult
i ., an.> ittweni, i z to nourder and sentenced by
% ,o hI jU iC John S C:andler to a term of five
S.. i'r, inI1 tas ;Ieuttentiary. appeared be-
'. :eI [n i t,-i:& par ion Lb ard and urged
*t;at the sent enet b, commuted to the
jym.te t ( It lie. F so.s is at present
SV'!. in emp'. )v"- one ,ft :l' largest wbole-
S +. ilt houses in New Yor>; c'ty and has
,upied a position uot rnst with niat
; *,A. ini fur a number of yeaIs.


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I ior S110-1 aft


l. (" I tMA, S. C., March 11.-Gov-
runur Mcsweeney baa received a tele-
,ziaptfic request for the pardon of Jeff
Irirk. whose condition the county su-
pervisor states as "'pltable." Governor
McS.weeney has no record of the apph-
'ation for pardon and none of the pa-
pers in the case are in his cfofl He
teegrapbed for the facts of the case and
if meritorious will no doubt grant the
petition.


Ia'!


W.H. H-. lii
F-ier Sheriff'.
ri l '. iui.-..-f a-. a 'a' lt
itI- l.inv a. lamid ,IIii-.t tbe auf-
#ofL u mil mItIIi% ,i.
( -rt V F i-M T If.
I..r Sheriff.
%' s as'. incle m%' -*-IfI a camid:dalo for
.Ei-.-CmIIbIIJ cuuitv at the tensuinig
J VIA 1 K LI.T
a4 1.-ms. cof the ('r-usi ( emurt.
I % untwwweni.mitt-A~-It a-. a candidate
i, s -u-nM iiof I b- ln-ti 'tI
t Kiat tthe- litulllg *-Iioctiopn
z* I I- uppont of tLii.%'nh-n.

A.'-%I MCMI LLA N. -t'
V .,g Circueit SI rL.
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J3 Ossaface Wr the Peace


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Public ISultidam l'or Tampa.
WASHINITo.!, Maroh 14.-Mr. Spark-
man has introduced a bill that the cost
of a public butiidag provided in the act
for the erection of a public bilditag at
Tampa. Fla. approved March 3. 18"9.
be increased from 160.000 to 480,000.
said coes to aclude the purchase pries
of the eit heretofore purchased am well
as the cost of the budding.
I he* Cedi4dalte Lat Rally.
MosXT alrtv. Ala., March 14.-A big
state Democratic cat nival will be held
at MapleaTille. about 30 miles west of
here. on the twobile and Ohio railroad,
on April 12 The state primates will
occur three days later, and the Maples-
ville meeting will be a grmatawndapfor
the candidates for s:ate offices.
ite1i Work, Burned.
FI.isT. Mich March 14 -The Arm-
strong Steel werks were destroyed by
tire esrly this morning. The plant em-
plore.i 100 hands. Loss estimated at
tl..J,0,O; partiailv insured. (olden't
idrewery sad a copper shop. adjacent to
the steel works. were a!so destroyed.
Urigin of tLe tire unknown.
('lnmniastiur <'ltvor Sails.
NE" YoRK. March 14.-Commander
ltichardson Clover. the newly appointed
naval a:tache of the United States e.n-
N.isov at the oourt of St. James. sailed
ti-lay on the American hluer St. Paul.
Cuimmander Clover was accompanied
by bis wife and the Missee Borsi and
Beatrice Clover.
l.fneell * l- nel ).
S ,*. ,' rv is t,,iil .. f ,o r, Of the
i t ., '., (tis ,,non* l h *In vb ill ,o l in. L:
.. k.,.l,,T : ain i lertlna-
.:- ,,.li.-. :'* L '. \ hs, V aS n ,u l sta t tt
t *+ .M, if !:" .' i 'f. S.';il<''l"v ;i Wa ,k
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f., : n \> ti : t !: t, i lt l t o t'I hil t

i: .. ;, .-'f ait last. after t!:, of tt!e
I.'; rit;: ,;,. \\ ,,. I^ I.\l ' :1 -.t iin lit.,' i ,,.' )' , i .1, ;..',i ,r wv.r'i ti -' vi..itor lhad de-
n,.!',1 lhi' ":i.l. "\ *lo yoti ki'n '
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"V.,.:l. thei. 1 i:t:'.y .is wll it'll y ,u.
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A. Wnsderlul at-cape.
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c ,CHESTER'S CrENLISH
ENNYROYAL PILLS
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,-.*^J CURE YOURSELF!


.a.uti ry ............
Seorurry......
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ALLEN IS STILL FOR SILVER
He Deonles That He Has Ever Repudt.
atedi Free Colmage.
WASHINGTOx. March 13.-At the con.
c'usion of the morning business Mr.
Alien of Nebraska, rising to a quea'ion I
of personal privilege, said he hal been
misrepresented by the Washington cor-
respoudent of a New York paper, wbh
had reported that Mr. Allen had abanid-
ound ine free coinage o: silver. Mr.
Ailen denied the correspundenu'a s:ato-
ment t
"N.jaming that lever said cou!d by any
kind or torture be c.intrued as a 1lacxc
of faith in my party platform wni.-b i
dec.arc for trie free and unhml:uied
.to;na:- of bo;h go'd and asiver at a ra-
tUo cf Li; to 1," he said.
I har".'l With 31urd.lr. 4


HIGHER PRICES FOR LUMBER
Alabama and )llleas.lppi Dealers Held
a Cor er-ce..
BIRMINGHax. Ala., March 14.-A con-
'erencoe of the leading lumber manufao-
turers of Missasm.ppi and Alabama have
b-ien held in this city. F. M. I.throp
.,: the Lathrop-Hatten Lumber comr
pany of R verside. Ala.. presided. The
Surpos of the meeting was to discuss
trade contatious generally, strengthen
:be umbermen's or-anization, arrange
ir.r the ni.utmna-nce of orioes and to in.
r- th.e the memain..te-bp of the Lumber-
nii i' Bureau of luzormation, whose
:.adi.lquir'eri are at St. Louis.
I bo purposes were carried out, it be-
i.c dewertn:uei to make a raise in prices
%: p;re iut and to effect no changes in
.a.'-ti -atiou. In tne discussion it de.
0, u.,Ii that lumber is in a prosperous
*i :rvi i' with heavy demands from all
,-a -ra The meeting was largely at-
.-:, i. *vy-ry lvtio1 member from Ala.
,: I; :i.i M, ss.i-;.ppi being repre-

l'.-.-1t For E<-hols.


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-.';Iotcwt (toa l os-- i qiet t mLiddtling ~up-
le'. i' I [!t11." idtditt.M gulf 915-1
ORA I'? C4Arm -III % L1S4'LJ.'ES.
p HCAGO'. \igro-i1:1 1, PONut (1.063
cU &AT- May Aj ... tttY



VJA I *-dy .I, *. 7 11
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mu.*M a ......... t

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tin. firmkiat .51'. receipts, :,4, I; uAleq .O eX-
ports t':io. fRosin tirns; r*-et*pftS3;,t-4, q-4 04
6i.4 17 expgrte- 1.3~411. Quict- A. K *.
L) $ 4-5. F, $1 W. F. 11L'5 (. Sit.l:H.
S".1.~l Ize0 K,&-1 .25M. NI6C9.3&N,$.OlW.
windowicli% a.l 6S.1 wat~erwhite $d4il
WILMuINGiTON. Marchi 14.-Spirits tuioin-
tine steady utt 531,645&4: reomelpts 2aa. l-(utn
uoi~tbng o4.-ing: receipt-iiX2Z Crudo tilt-
pontine, quiec at $'AtA _A5. receipts IA. Tar
aiteady &t *1..U. receipt-; 41W1
'wihc-ui you wait ttsoi tii ttoh11-111
qi burtn, or a !isrore..or t iit. wl'v .I ijt
troo Banner Ba've w liii ia -' nr tite- d
th;e mos~t lieulin: oiu0tilip-lt illthe
wtrl'u. 'Take t~o itub-titute. VW. A.
I) AIclemberte.


Bo heTeKind You WeAtsAlyaS og

of /1

Iy ou. are rea dy to 6o9 to
1,ottse-keeopinff, let Alarstor.
,N' Fin is/i fu rn is/iyfoff r h house
toryioit. Thieq will xa-e 4'ou
money. Four credit is 'ood
uri'ifh them.


Furniture on Credit
NTo-t hipautiful li',, of -Mii hoird-
-.vr .lihown in the city. \V.,'diohbe-.
with zla-t-' door- of ,every d.( .crip-
tion. ftriln thel ctheT-aIp-t t, tit- fill--t.
Rill-top :eeretNsry c;;-e- t-Iiat tly
nil-lie d, a t ,tl lie ,if ( hi'ita clo-et-,
itt,d ever'ytlhinls ,coiit iii'd nI a tir-t-
i-':i.-- fnmrrittnre--toe' at ,a M. Pryor"
lI 'r ,ii Furuittir. J-[,o .
THi-. (YSTR;l K..SON.
S; v-,t' r it f hI > <1 of 44 /*'.
'.takil ~ ::: a tart ft ll: '.- d. r:n lt. 'r

i ': 111% ; "a : ,* ; t|1''*ta lIi \\^s, :. I ,
; !]t+ ..% lr
I".! %i :n ; -.; l-d t'v h V.
I kt w h- y th k .-
T': t ii. -r f i. -..,rtlv -. A It, :i1 ,i- "
A.nld -- th-v' wiil for t.e !-ioop; wt-
?ill'-d wtli t'h- ft :s t a;id fatte-~'.
I'I 1 7 ..l..i i 'W i- '-.it iilt 1-v N', k

tow f, r ;is-. (d ,'!+ or ro w. r, .i :
c,.;w ..1: a ii-i re--t:itr :.t. Y ,-; r.t:
* t th in by thl- plate,. d iz-:i. t i-
ir-.,. harr-[l. idrty .I',ld. wag.oni l, id
,.r caTr lo;tld. )w't. ti the rai-h o
ii-im '---- the -.rT vin-j f r :+tinl ir t- il
will he discontiIauid aft--r thi'. week.
hbt -pecial order-r will be >--rvt-d at
mvy hour of the day or nii!:t.


... : Who is Rader?

t e.1- '' T- 'Be's the Man that sells
'^ jr '"^ v. Furniture so0 heap for


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K'iXvILLE, March 13.-A special to
Tae Zentiuei trown Sneedviile, Tenn..
sa-ve Miam B eP'er has been arrested
tchire for having murdered and robbed
iaion Mayse in Green county, Mo.,
last Au.;ust. Both men formerly re.
sweied .,n I i section but went west.
'licy ?tearmined to return here and as
3Biewer bad no monev it is charged he
kiit.d May&rsn tor robbery alone. Brewer
is in j:il at -needviLe.
lKu il ti -itlt I" ('oi venti on.
l ,-\;:,.:''=. I. I. March 13 -The
I ',..;i'i dtatt COUvectIon uere today
wai t "e lar-ge-t political gatbering of
LtL- ,(or; ever held lu this state. The,
eu'.0Uln'a-ni ;,ro0n thb t oInJ1111i t(o the
eu.i i.: ',si proc-:ediugs was mark:oi. A
in.i ItcAt was noniuatad by acc',ama-

r' oril,.'- Q~i..rn, i ii 1E ietrli-r.
JA.': '-.Vi.'.E. Fia. .Yxrch ;;' -Dr.j
J. Y. P riet. .**at he:', (.-ticer, an.
.,.!ie s that s .. Flor.. qnaran-
ti jes **-i;L be tat l A, 1. in
sead o' M ;v 1, soI a t1 act tI I orjula :
tion witn tmtu hospital marine service
that begins then.
P ranct Will IV (lv i)itr Tim"-.
PaIt-<, March 13.-The French gov-
ernment has not yet received a request
from Washington to extend the Ume
for she ratification of the commercial
treaty, bua it is willing that more time
shall be take if America washes ik.
For Reletf of Alabamina.n.
WAHImxoTOW. March I1. At the
opening of hbe e*sdion of she boosm to.
day, a bill was passed for the relief of
heirs of Philip MoCiusky and John
Hogan of Mobile. Ala.
LIMN Itilu LA (Gltir'PPE CO'(;IH.
(i. \'aclhe. 157 Osgood St.. C(hliic-
go. -ay: "My wife had a viry se-
vre eia , of l ripp,. aand it I,-ft her
wit!)h a vtry bad cough. She trivd a
bottle of Ioley's Honey atnd Tar altd
it '-ive iliiinedi.lt, reliv-f. A 50) e nt
lio'tle curted her ciia--h entir ly."
Pri,.- 2-*. antid 0c. \W. A. D'Alei.n-
berte.

We will launder vyour -preaid-i for
1.5I ,.,ii- ,sach and iniak' tthem ili,;
like ii-w. Star La-urdry.

CALL AND INSPECT
Thie Largoi and C('oiplpetp
I ie of Iron and Bra -;
BEI)STIEA I) :tt
he Esbanibia Furniture Col0DIy's,


Five Thousand
,,f W'ial P'per in -tok. all
t ..-t .tLpmr. and mollre
I'I ice' frin t,',io $1.7. ;por
I{,- ("o.. No. 11 N.
]1 .>no,' :1-2.


Rolls
of thle la-
com iit .'-
roll, J. F,
P1- -I fox.
24f-tf


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



." :;TI K E lie captain. ownT 's
Sl^itn r con i ne' e.q f th0' lgrit-
a l = I*, .-s 4alopin will !. 'i*pont!-
llf l hl- for debt,-contractedl t.y t h-
crew of -, i:L P'-.t-I.


WMI. I'Rt.vsin


N EI'l V.9 t the captain. owneimi
~ nor c(,nsigi1oe4 (of the Br o4
lvydene will boe responii~hl,. for
dodebt.5 conitracte-d by Liii-crew


of Said re-sel.
tIt:!'Triansit (o.
ILt.olhiO9itiiS.it


M wAll. VS.
kaptlimitl.
1011 Iti


Weak




Children

How sad it is to see weak
children-boys and girls who
are pale and thin. They can-
not enjoy the sports of child-
hood, neither are they able
to profit by school life. They
are indeed to be pitied. But
there is hope for them.


Scoff's Emulsion
has helped such children for
over a quarter of a century.
Your doctor will tell you it is both
food and mncdcine to them. They
begin to pick up at once under its
use. Their color improves, the flesh
becomes marc firm, the weight
increases CEd all the full life and
vigor of childhood returns again.
At i:, -t ,; 5r n III
SCCT c ; m i. ;.urns:s, New Vnr. Y


OUR OFFER OF MEDIATION.


I will repl:ir your watched and
reweIry in flr-t-cla- rt-tyl. J. I.
tepheiIs.


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Palufix -t r'-.t. PI'isn- t .


Acme Beer.

THE BEST BEER SOLD IN
PENSACOLA.

Dannheisser Bros.,


AGENTS.


Also So1t by M, P rry ant Vi. Yatzs.

The Jug Trade

Is Our Specialty.--R
Prompt De.livery aiil S iti-rfactio'n
Guaranteed.

Dannheisser Bros.,

41 1 South .I'afox St..
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Offers his professional services to tb eiot-
zeuts of Peinsaola.
EIp4,'!tl att,r.t'lon liv n *+ a > le tr>w'nTiint
of Chronl ic l;leea-e- and i,- a****s of
Women aid 'hillrtni.
Thirty Ye-ar4 Praet i e in lbthe 4uth.
# fitl , Hiours:-a a. u. to 12 In.. l ltesidence Pbone No. 2ZO.
stren-Blount aIitilnsg-lt"oom 3

Dr. Wilmer S. Hall,

DENTAL SURGEON,
Masisic Tenple. Phoes 364.


HEINBERG BROS. & CO,


WTOtLIALE BIOCUD,

Palafox Street.

Pensacola, Florida.

VAITEl

Vuted to boy all kids of Secied
land Finritire. erchudls, Ac.


JOHN McDAVID, AIUrm ia 142.

REAL ESTATE AND B"OKERACE. BARGAINS
CITY PROPERTY. FARMING


AND TIMBER LANDS
FOR SALE.

hoans Placed at Reasonable Rates 1 eal
214 East (i1overnient Street.


McMillan Bros. Co.


Coppersmiths,

General Metal Workers.

T__u* ulMmfactr of ant Headqurters for tle


Celebrated McMillan Seamless Turpentine Still,

Sits alwys o ad, nd repair g do I te cU tr.

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TIME TABLE.

LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.
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-aill buy Pl ilid-r.-ii- ofland inorth
$100 of tbe city arid we-%ttof twoulieing.
$2000 will buy- 'acitr--.adjoipinincity

~ willtotiv foipir 1I4) Aiii block
Trhin plip~tE4y I-, i IDN$UU ai Wtic It iiVl i, l o
$4000 Ill huv 7.o" acr#-4 t.'tss-n 3WC
$400 -tioyoiu anti Litt~i.' I 'you. Tni.
plopiei itirty a atinfrnuti illt h"bay.- also
on Big Bayo t iantl Little- Hayoli.

$ 50O00dijr- iri-.:iiWev-Hill1*1. fMjEUt td
onm "1 ri-i- car limo n imiadalmd
- rifcotivimii-fl('i-,'
w ill tmlot li%%' ith rft front nc
ory. 1 !0%itcan hi- ti miii itt -ty *it ii.ze-d for
hU,iint-koopurpEPv-A.
$7 0 %~2Ill 111VIfI t 'hIl -ft front on
hr p.'it ha li ir% ar.d t .i ft-f-i iin'. %Ii-r~i
I l- f roomi !o iuill sti/'t i .4m t uoro..
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Chicken-r and Cour.'. y
Produce Daily.
Shop, Rear of0 .ohnsm & Son's Store,
INTENDENCIA STREET.


KIDNEYS, LIVER

AND BOWELS

CLEANSES THE SYSTEM

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p O A VER
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CAIU.NIA fG&SYYVPC.

Ma LuO W n WITS POL StO niERittL
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KA1I.01/Z'O, MiCb.. March 14.-Mra.
L.ucida 11. S:oue,v idaol kuown as the
mother of' women's cluto. and a
writer and eiu(-ca-mor o uuote, died to-
day at tie age of I;
One SUlsp-C Rrlp asell.
FRA.NKFOT., Ky., March J4 -Gabriel
Taul, the Breokimridge county suspect,
was dismissed today. The detectives
say there is nothing in the charge
aga&tnst him. .
DAILY MARKET REPORTS.


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l,- p '.. 'arch I.- arIin, the PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
Unite-d Sta:tt-' offor of mjliastion, Tue ---.. ... ..
ot,, eay,< Dr. (fareellu3 fe reary.
"The lucident is of interest oily in
the light it throws ou Arierimar. poli- PhysiCi d D
tics. Republicans and DeImocr-ats alike
are always prepared to risk the friend- i.tefideneii. '4 We-t (ire-gory st reti
ship of Eng.and in the party gaema. Otlce, Ih'Ahmberte Buia 11. It!,* ut;
-We may preserve amicable relations Palafox Mtreet. Phone -'71.
with the United State and it is so be .
hoped we always shall db so, but an aI.
lianoe is impoebie. We were brought DB. Wx. C. DJSWBsU it.
to the verge of war four years ago, for
the ake ot Mr. Cleveland's re-election, OFIOE-Hanah Bros.' Drug tore.
and a pretext for a diplomatic quarrel
will never he wanting when the anti- IB8IDENOBE-400 B. Jaokson Streoo
English elements of che republic have
to be consolidated." Wm. t Marean, M. D.,


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NTES i sr. ATICK'- DAY.
SOTES How It l' t I l elelrated liy the
Hitlp rniano.
Divi-in No. 1. Ancient Order
Iand r-I'r,-i Hiberniai,.. wil a (-emible at the hail
: at 7: ocl(ock a. mi,.. ai.d proceed to;
Ste- dilmllivy -tatiil to) e-c,,rt thf'


FDRBES


PIMPLES
PREVENTED BY


X%'.;rrin.tontltC e,.litii.,-i:: ti St. J i-1, -|,|
S., I. I :. : -;: -- crr., whi-re So ,ll-Li -i; hi MN1 t-
d : *will he c-le-brattd at : :
; F -. :t .- Aft-r Ma s the parade will firm at
* M.r :.'a .- *he corner of (ove-rtnmfet and Harce-
"-- 1 -'..,f r. w: i, ; lm.a: stret-. The-Catholic Clergy of O A
M 1 ",i. "- ;a ola and W arziinigton, thle ilia-
r*:" i n- and - .. 1 ,-. f (.-,,.rziana. Ala.. ;ulr Barranca-. al t the Pexi'acola 'Ifmo.t cffc: tive. kinpnrifyingt andbeau-
+. -" .: .: l, c.*.c at,-. :i;.iltary coipa i.i-.-, tli h- Catholic .at .: w,. a. pu taids e t
..- M ,, ., Knight. of A ni-ric.a. all Jri-hl-A iner- fort,, t. I .h ih 1 i- .r.ery. It strikes at
t r-n .- t ot. M ,o.ai I tan.. anid other citizens who de.-ire the. '-- a- at t will be i iV-r nted to articipat.- in i, li ,-,o f ,.f g hair. and 4.1y 1,lemi.m h-.
,- .M ar : E nF ,-u r- BH -r.,-v.,lnt .t .lirad e., viz tl,, ,Vlo,,.ted, irritat.-d, aiutlar ,over-
-- ,. ,:, will rIae...-. at .: Cs" l 1k 'l x. line of m arch will be as fol- w' rkel, or -uggih I'oR S. .
w-: Eat :1t4 Govermr n t to P:ala- w-."r,--. P.,rrt DIeOAWT- CHi. ('IP.
S,. 1',> tn. I'. B. it rtn sh t .t. Jr. N W. .
,.- a i a d Mary I.u .- I..x -treet., north Oil Palafox to ,T ts..C..,,m io. .**iowo MClrerm4.," fr.
,-.- ~-,Finalland Mary L.1 i- W\grht street. south on Palafox t.)
Si. oe.f D at. Ala.. r rnnt street. ast on Govern- I ery hard totad idly by and
.* d at tte Merchiant-. i.n t t-, Jeffer.ion ,tre-t and disband It very hard to sufer wd leb await-
S-1.Indlidly rtian-:l aiad d, :l at ti, -outheast corner of the plaza. isee our arrival on f the doctor. A
* .v'-d Plirtiln lall was ,rvil- at t.f- Tle arade will be headed by a Albany tN. Y. dairyman called at
,,, ( itAl -t tir ti ht. ,l tto on1 ( Of p o lic e .AN Y-n-
r-c l-t t. a t of St. Patrick s da drug store there for a doctor to come
-- .-!,-r.v Allinor. ar nd .Ii- a tu f t. Pat g rik V jl- a and se his c hild. then very ick
r ... w ill_ o artk an".n;t k I o with croupi.. Not finding the doctor
.. .. ;t t;, archiant-. t place at t h e era in, e left word for him to coml: ati
S.,- :,,:-;txt;, ,1p- te. Not illf di div,]1tthhind.t.titor p.
J"1)11 P. J oncef ill hi,, rettlrn. He also bought
S,,i w.v. i- .r.i.<-td fr to- n.. upni w ich occa-iberlain P. oJ.uaii
-: d Fri-rl:v. tl .- t r..p ra.tur .-con.i,.r of Savannah. Oa.. will dt.- e dlwt:l i f hamberlain's iuv' h
'A f. l *2.. iT* -. .--:. wii.J. ar lIivt.r anl i rational. eie rel ief until the doct r w ould ivld
- .. \;,.cte(J. arrive. -u 8 few ho urs .he re-tirt
"i ev. J,0 n 1 oid. Jr.. of G ri.at Fall . rriv ',. N -. fpw lotir ia he returl -
^ "A w'11. :. ...i. M wliL [I -I lt l t; o a t11 1tiC llllot. It.
trr.-t, ,- I.T 1, I),; N i',i .t.. i'f, mii e ed Ely C re li the child wn- i<.li h -tttr. ri ,-
-.: l..r .! tr-,. d w r,*. Ii;-;, ,- .n to i n -. I cai l i' pha-iz1 his dru i-t. M. r. (tto Scholz. says t!.,
,,rta..2,-,d ai..,, ;v -tat.'ilIt. "It .- a p, ,-iti.' tiri feir fam ilry :I. -i.ce rep ll),in lifrl-(I
v it:rt if f .',i. dr'e-tt ."--{ev. ('hlaib).rl iii ns Cou'll h Be .av, d ti o
: r i .- ,.-- ... r .:.r t 'w, :. I-r ii- % i> \ Pool Pa-t r ( 'ntral their n ii.h ,or 'arnd fri, t I- nunt'l h.ti
S :,.i P. --,e,,l;i i! ,. ire-. Chul rch. lHt'l.tna. M ion a- a:i -onh t.it i for t fr lii
: y nii,.t-. ,f ,r;v.. Af:.-r usi:.,l EIly v- reani I,. alm ix that li r: f t a i c T...l,:rv. Fo r -:tl,-
S:.'u.'- .f train- 1-,-w.- : : .- w k- I ht-lit ve nivy-elf cnred iof ca- biy H J :i;an i B:, -.. 21 S .uit l'.alaf
a,'rr!. Je-e-ph Stew, art,(uranid Ave.. -.tre-t.



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I;t amil' it )#,,i ot irria,#e ..r c ai--
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(hi i! '.-ief t!he la-t ecuatr-iiil
(,hIut'o:, a Uic ki a- ai ;I in.:trc tI-

111:i l\it-al~i:e thf. hill- -'ciaat- t~


r.* 1 I'c'411.') 1i11d 1! av-r IlV

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A lime ,U-.Ar~a1Te ifluiC,
C-xii ld ilt e'xprre; the r~apitxixef-
\ rao' -prin---g.r. 4-f 1!27,I-lowt:':'

-'ax'Ihvr eif :a tiackitig c~m.iu t Ii;tha
A IIo 0*11I,#''h:If An 1 ill
(itil I Vivoh- .- 11) !.1p, uti" hr
If t i- '-A C rl .t 4111r,'
'A *~'d pa11 I.) rav che-t aiii I
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Room Mouldings
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11amIisum.e 'il'Bugg&ies.
If V' ~ i tv t iiiii*C t(i1 t 1.at
lalcttlr\-. iat facto.ry '
I e :. 'tk,a:'on*I It,.atJ. M H1i-


1.call']idate. f' r tiic ino-t popti-
Lidy IIIa tl" N.*~ 'taing (!tetet f'er tMI.
fino IIwimoi for bezae-fit 4if (athiolic
loInch b..,A; air, notie, td thuw; far aro
M I- I lda I'i~.ie aII-. Julia NIk.-
II ;rz~i M-i e.y MI j- Margwerite
4 lAa~idi FI'-rrar~. with leet-; more ti,
b- Le:-ai d Ir~ot:.. rict- II! vote. III
c'-till-. Vo'Inniz b'x at Cluttoer'i.
lI.vI, 112,'f
Furniture at all Prices.

*~ ~ rc- akt h .~ia~i*-.1l Ev..bed-
Chit-. Ii ir -th~inft i th ;i ii i d(a I'r~i fo
* iiit'1iii t n-kait*11- d i t; 11)1 Nv Ir.
(CAl lii;,I .xainifiin' tt~.Iiii at 4(). M.


THE PEOPLE'S STORE,


Schwartz,

Proprietor.


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17. MNEW ARRIVALS! -
O1U R first announcement of New Arrivals of Spring
Apparel. A generous assortment, large variety


11:0i, A. M. PRESIDED OVER BY of colors and styles to select from of Ladies' Waists.


We carry all kinds: the largest assortment in the


HON.GEO.W.SA NFORD, city of well known brands.


ORATOR OF THE DAY.


Mu-ic. Recitations and Addre--sses.


A Superb Program!
AFrERNOON.
l O(EIS' ORCHESTRA.
EIfl-ITHA L. CLARK, Violini-t:
ANNIE HOBBS WOODCOCK.
Crayollnit:
EMMA I). LEMON.
Rtad.-r and Delineator.


EVENING.
-*Old A-.h and Dialect Storii-- by th,*
FI'oreriiut Huninmri-t of thi South.
LAo)ISSPENCER DANIELS,
of Nashville.
TI'-)ELL MOVIN(G PICTI 1;ES
of tli(e Spanish-American Watr.


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

rrui *1 in PPt'l liI Iu i r "
nLY 0 CENTS from4 '.rs ;
,liver .Itl! i tiin nid I[ntefrinl diltl-* ltittlili-.
hv Spf'ial Tirl':i u. Chi-ap-.t anu lli.tl EX\-
ctir-i.on ii the World. ('c II,I)REN "**e.
l'raiti doi ni,t i* tve until after KFv nlinlg t-*'-

FOR SA.iiE.
At a largain, 7-; acres (;ii uiiier
feli'. and. cultivation, the halailo'ie
woodlaln 1d ). of a nile north of ('or-
dova Park, with 4-roomii hliou.-, hirni
and two -table-h. I'P igM mN. l'',,r
further iinfoiriiation. apply to W\V. ,.
l ,'..l:i- o in l:ice- or J. E. l)Dii i-
-0'1n & Rr,., city. 1: DURHAM Cigars are
the finest 5 cent smoke
Try them at D'Alem-
berte's.
('t oniii tl,. .\ lb: ay:oviel C,..
liY -,everal iimii-ical :irti-t-. of re-
nown-don't f-0l too o.t tick-t,--
rice T.c.e- nit-. iw'fiflt i" 1. 1'. 0.
EIk' ch'lrityi fiunil- l'! tter-- hall
Monday y:v ve.i:iig l].. ;ini2[t"

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

NICOLA CASA,
RESTAURANT---OYSTERS.


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Suay a Sunply Even if You do Not Need Them Now.


Among them the famous


S** ;rill/;/// I:;!/, famous for fit, style and finish-in


fact the best fitting Waist in the land.


dealer or customer can den\.


This fact no


You may form some


idea of our offerings by a glance at our large exclusive
Shirt Waist Window, and thcy arc cheaper than
heretofore by reason of our Motto: "StI C!I:.\' .\,I
TIH.RI.IWY I.NCRI A.-I.:E 1IL Etsi.NEss.


New
Arrivals!


LACES AND EMBROIDERIES!


)wCn r Certre Tab I I-a, v-,r--a niiirig beiteat h :a L'E dly ha ir ,f t!.,. Newv,-t
I -in Lacv!; anrd Etibro ideri e-.
Ed :idI:~erzr.Harinburg r.l1.-rit
Val''ricia Lac#- and(InIfl.rtioiii,.
Mlachzile 'l'rch''rx Edginig arild 111,40ti.eii.
Gi-rtinart T'rc-!ioxi I-dwitg, Apliqiie Lac#e :wA InIrortiiri,
lPom"nt(if, prw't. Orifental a and l'latVal, Lac.--.
'h R'iiiiii~mt- If .uinhuri*.f Ldzjt-. !-ix yard hI, .zt!-. i w. 7. r ..t at 5ow.


Sweepio Sale of Munslin hL'Id crwar! *

Si/.e-3 .;.-WN ......................................... .pFC1air
Ir ii.' L't ti Id -. 'It aumti]'d IDrawer, at (',)!.t Mark.-
(iP ., (:il r rimti'twl Skirt-. at 0,4et N[irk.
)rie 1,,-t N" Trimm ed i .ow n- a t ( *(-t M.11.,i n
Oil( Lot I :i(Iie! r i rinimfle] ( I iem e.worthii3.7w ri r .................20 C *:e ll
()tif- Lot Ladiv.,' 'Trizim.-Aa (I ibaric f'laemi-;e, worth 7.e' fir .......VFoe each
iZneLot Odds and ]Ends~--,,),
In Lad ies*Skirt-: andi Gi iwni;to) (1e-a (t.it at C o-4, M!ark Pr i-c.


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DeFUNIAK SPRINGS.


Twio limlrs f;'Oml i' sa Seat of the Florida Chautauqua now in Session
Until March 27th.
inest Resort in Western Florida e <
: *' "* I: P 1 -- i' ':" l I i;i y ..' : { lu nate.


TPB T F T H ]o f


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MXAKlSI\ R00IOOM


F o0" Our Fine a:nd I-xtensive Line of


Spring


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JUST RECEIVED *N; ;i;~: <..,.X
-tii ;v'. ., f z -i -i .~**. a c-.'


:'')/cn liE mroie!red and Lace l.d c'. Kind,
w north i5. each. this sale ........................

2 0wen lairn (:ill inen) 15c ( ualit\, '~tlis sale


-izen 1) 1- IiS2C


qualityy ,


tli s sa le ................ .... ........... ... .... .... 0

do en Men's II. S. White and Colored,
Bordered, 12 1-2 and i -c qualiiy ............$1


;000 yards "Sea Island" Unbleached Cotton, 1 yard wide, . o 65c
.case Lonsdale 4-4 Bleached Cotton, . . . ...... . . 81-3c


New Line of Ladies' Neckwear Just Received.


smm m m"U


::-:-Jos. COLEMAN.
PEN-%, -LA..


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TDos. ,. Ufatsor) 9
RAAT- ESTATE,
Rental and Insura
AGENTS,
V.- I Cf~eItlc Pe.1c1,, &;-


J. M. HILLIARD & CO.,
-Maltufactl r-: and De-al.r-A iI-
Carriages, Buggies, Wagons and Drays.
0-Repairing Attended to Promptly.=-O
:o EAST GARDEN ST. : : : : : PENSACOLA. FLA


Roses--Carnations.


0Qo.. I am selliu- the p-'o,'. of !he: l',emont and Higihllsol l'.rk ;arfDen of
Montgomery. and n t.ve..e o s' cotic .-an fu-ni!h any amo nt of ( 'at Fiowers
and I)esiaD wanted.
Carnations 75c per dozen,
.nce American Beau'ies S3.50 to 14.00 per dozen, Delivered
All Other Ro'es $1.50 to $1.75 per dozen, to you.
F ing Phone< *SI. Mrll VTlr X TWuV~ "Lowiwo


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Saturday, March


Veterans' Rally!


Brigapier-Goieral Gcorie Reese.


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. li il ::. fri. a- ;W. new and nobby gar-
... I*.., ments for Boys' and
ini,. Ny- : . Ii: .i,..',Aria,-. Children's wear, should
No better Cigar for call on Rice's represen-
the money made-DUR- tative at Merchants
HAM--atD'Alemberte's hotel.

Investigate the Convertible Term Contracts
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Occupation of Bloemfontein
Is Hourly Expected.

MAFEKING HARD PRESSED

( rorj* to .Atil IFor !-. Hleliena M.iLrch
17-( 'vil RhodeA Il! iali-hur)'ir'
-li<} Itu lKruger Gives atilstlactOll
to Natail.
Ls:)' :.. March 14 -A few hours
wsoul brig important uispatches from
Lera Rober:s. No word has come from
B.oemc'outen today, although sharp
tigbting is believed to have occurred
since the commander-in-chief was last
heard ci. London confidently expected
tne occupation of the Orange Free
State capital will occur today, as pre.
viously forecasted.
In the meanwhile attention turns to
Mafekiug. A d;bpattcu from Lolhatsi
March 3 says:
Colonel Piumer's for,'e reached here
Tuesday. March 6 It is believed that
only a single bridge southward has been
destroyed and that otherwise the rail-
road is intact within 5 miles of Mate-
king. Colonel Plumer has already dis-
persed several Boer police posts in the
neighborhood and is actively pushing
h1, advance southward.
Mafeking can scarcely hold out much
longer. The news of Colonel Plumers'
a; pr<. a b bha given substance to the ru-
E:: are ;nz..;ied t.) think the r.ief is mure
.igls.y t t.-,' ine accoimpiiLhezi by Colo.
ue. l"'akl:..n'( i'jiutin Irom Kiuber.ey.
Priva-e tlvx--. triva set forth that
I .. i'. i' u:ni r l1i:., a.:tiost giv'n 11
Lic : .', i :-;.:ltt anythiu, tnure
tlJ';:: ra e lthe '.iI, itl *u :IIh slLc
1"'- -:- wlri: i t .! It pi s itila e tnat
,;,': ., -.i t : i.'*1 :1t,-r i): t:e 'n vest-
1:. r-. v 'i iv- rn-i :recd i'.ut;nei r'
ita r t i .. J i;-in :r *n; tr e
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N ita. il i ,i ;; r> 'n:it tia: groat-
e *; ; i :! z i teel' ,here at Lord
.a.1-L uor "r r-t.v-y tn t:;.e i'jer pre-;ieut's
J.':n('f *iT+ "r: .'.r'*
A% *:- .t :1 I. i ii : ur illn irl;ztcre.
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-ILie rep.y. e-:'; "iallv t.ie last para-
gra;,ij, rc: t.wiI: to i(San ep.'ndience, hat
toi-n reeiv.,d in s'a. with a feeling of
,;r-lt( r"-i:-f .nid i., is g',al ;:u aldoubts "
A prViVa' .,t.aitI irtuOi .Iihannesburg
ha t. en ri.'el l 1i 1. I. 'z iO.. dated S:at-
ur ;av. 11irt ':i .. c.io r.tulictlit; reports
tua" IMtI min's are t.l-olei, and the ma-
ainery lrror.eu, auni assertlug tnat all
S well


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blua ;, >l\,.t i .,t ,1. i 1. i\% d 'vel'opeI.'d
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iTHE REPUBLICANS


Effort to Settle Differences on
Porto flican Ques:ion.

FOR .KER IN CHARGE BILL

fIus l)rifrt.,l Aieildlin atts Which lie
llopi 's Will .I31t l).+taslndl of All
lInter. st 1'rying to Pl'lase Freo
Traderrs nuI1 lnr 1i M'tn.
WASHINGTON, Marc'h ;.-Tne Repub.
lican seuatrij have decided to hold a
caucus for ta sctiement. of their differ-
ences upon ne Porto Rican question
and a call has been issued fora meeting
after the adjouramena of the senate to-


Seuatcr Foraker. in charge of the bill
providing a form of government for
Porto Rica, has drafted amendments to
the bill which he thinks will meet the
demand of all tanterests in the Repub-
Alca pArty, and thu measure as ihe
hoaul .:ieuded will be subuirited to the
caucus. So far there has been sAo de-
parinre from amicable feeling among
senators and there is a noticeable dispo.
:ui.,n tou rsconcle all differences in the
iutrerst of party harmony.
L:i this desire the president is known
to .o.:u heartily, but he has told aena-
tr- wa.) tiavo visited him that he was
fe;.ul'..V auxius that certain principles
a,.. i rearn:in inviolate la ths settle-
i;elt. 11- ur;gei a'iang other things
to;- re't!eclon Cf the ousa principle of
r.O)'ect;on aud the establishment of a
en r 'F,.raker's amendments are
r.' i.-;-t-(o;i ;o io')k to the retention of
ta-, t..r:fft as a pied to articles shipped
'r',, P'.,rro R:co to the Unitod States
,anii to iti be;.n dispensed with on ar-
t(,,es .!:Apped froni the U'uited States to
Po'irto }:co and aiso for toe el.m;uation
of tue provisions of a delegate from
Porto R.co to congress. It is believed
these cone9.aions will satisfy both the
free traders and the tariff men.


THE H'EATHEN CHINEE.


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shet ri;-t ie1'4.-. it; 7(1 MfIit. Ku
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I h"-vly psulil-. iift tetirri. (live-
it a tri:al. It vure'- wh''zi all elopf til..a
'1 loIini-ly to'i'to-ta f-'t fr :v yV~aII-;. ,;ld
at dinz Qt-rtr- at $1 Pt' brar~- bu'ts.
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St.. -Ilff-tsr- t:,aV yte-t i:. a trial hO?-
tl i~. away i a h tl-.liwelv fre'..
W\rit.- f.r it. A;I(Irs --- 11( )M1I,
HA IAT I (I .Alaai .Wri's.toi-
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'[1.rv tort,- ltti.:;< that the last flip
pr,*.- 44 ,:in' f Ch'ina N~ill k.:tllher takho
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f Iln Cli l::a .'.-.'palt-hint ;tit :ih1i-
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40LATE. NV_ A. DB'Al1-tn iarto.


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To wah itshes in -.'f the e. and do it
we'!, tol;ow this re,;:e A:*av. uc bot
wa,,r o0warm. ~u ot' ,It est to use-
mn .v ith c: ina and & ass,. an !, o have a nice
lathr. instead of using soap .se
Gold Dust Washing Powder
Di3ssolve a taH!espCoonful in the hotwater and
wash quickly; ha It y of nice. dry towels
go wi,: with; have a drAiner that will allow the
water to run off the dJ.tes into receptackl be-
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S. A. FRIEDMAN, Prop1.

High-Grade Liquors.


-IIAVEIl BFLO()O, !PrIVAI'E STO')t'lK PlIN HARI'IN S) iI M.AS?{.
VERY FINE: 11. IEK)MAN.'S (KIFCATFI) OLD !11 V(ATE
STOb''CK. 12 V.AlS 011: 01,1) iIILK VEIVFT. 1 K iN-
l(' High Gra dF" Tqit uoIrsND, WHK
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I1'ACE WIII1 N()1 I'E0.MIT
'1( MI.NTION.

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W inesfilr Fl ily '-e.
THE JUG TRADE IS OUR MAIN SPECIALTY.
g Al-',, A f--::t fr, t 1:- I 'an.ii Pa.h-t Milw.iukee I. r. Fr..' Dli.v-
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W. C. NORMAN, Proprietor.


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LV.I IS 1I.1F I('A., WholesaleV Del:lers. leniiacola


EM. 7ET 3I7.SE IT,
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CRONieS SALOON
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ImporteI ald Domiestic ines, Liquors and Ciaps.
JUG TRADE A SPECIALTY.


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HALL & KLEIN'S


Mammoth Retail Grocery,

502-504 SOUTH PALAFOX ST.,


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ALL ORDERS SERVED ON SHORT NOTICE Iron, Nails, Axes, Shovels, Saw Mill and Steamboat Supplles, CookIlg
AT ANY TIME AT REASONABLE PRICES. and Heating Stores, Paint, Oils and Window Glass,

R Rooms for Rent by the Day, leek of Month. Gu n A 8 Pis toW an d Fi H O i gfa kISh in g ad .
311, 312 North Tarragona Street, Opposite Union Depot. Gnna, Pistols and Fishlng Tackle.
0-Teiephone 68.--0 AGENT for Birmingham Rolling Mills Company, Revere Glant
--:*.GEO. WILSON & CO.,..--- -i Stitched Belting, Northampton Emery Wheel Company, Laftin RBard
Don't Forget to Stop With the Fat Man. Powder Company, Johnson's Kalsomine, Iron Klng and Buck's Mtoves
Don't Forget toStop With the Fat Man. and Range-, Wm. Cops ACo.'s Raw Hide Laoe Leother. Mane r', n. A,


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4 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 1900.


THE DAILY NiWS8:
KIterod at tt., Pt.-t 4Mc.. at 1, nacola.
I-a.- a ccond -c*... n Iit:t, .
4 rtCF.. Pitt HSJidig. t.i- a Pala-
foxs trtt,. up-ttairs.
pI I.ISH1 KI IIY
THE NEWS PUBLISHING 00.
Terms- Invariably in Advance.
* Oan Yar tby Mi.: "
'll Montb*.
-ste ont t
0- Wwe-k. h.v tarr;-r. p.ia'Ie- Monday I

THEr WKEKLY NEWS:
PIfti heod every Friray at i$'. p- r )tiar
Po&ag, fr,-..

TELEPHONE NO. 118.

Adveertsng Rates Furne#htd on ApplicaftoR.


PZNBhOOLA. MARCH. 15. 1900.


BRprerentat'v.- con-e.rvat ivo id,-ocrat,
bave ..nder-.-d Lb- fo~iowing t.oktet for del-
egau-si front tho- city pro-cincts to tho ii.-m-
,jcmatoe County 4 mv.-sition to beL.-I~d AT
roweiton. April 14 and asik that tey be-
given a hearty iuploort b% the- v~it.rs.
PrE'danct L-4li e~ le.I -a%1fI tbe..-
ban. Wi. Sa.di.,t_ I.Nlazw-.-ii, od 1. 1.
W righ ton.
jot)a la I b':..J. 4. t I.%L: hr, (INd I.
Jisunear.
.J 14 ;a.:i. u t-i :, jJ. E'.
4Or.-cinrc1 VF ii .tratee .1-. r'. e-
W*nl 1A--rIo*11" 1-'",J. L*Atpre:-j 1. i: A
I 'Un ham.
Bri if th-c i ty ?i!,4i t !!t-c. mUwy I V~rt-
1.' b.. rtily kiu~itl'itf-d u;-.(Il
itie apr+,u-Ir4-:it .,n bf-!:alf tf th li-r rc--


thle.C'-* V, ll(ie- d-A (11fjulyI).-
tifen t.-ti TI-.. -lamnn-.--t
wiaki hg -in-adt-qu it, -e iif
it~dIntnt -u IT-i.-r-rf: 'III -w~k ii,--- ,r

public -~-yws- rtity r*
alized .t. I i-riI I1. I et."
mayor IIiliii iril- I.: ~u-~a11,
bringiuz .a:tb'tit I I.i v-ry- at i-fa4ct- 'r%
r&-outi'eiii i (I a itflellc'i r,11eb.1e-ii: i-r+--
c-.egw1.'--.I g*-ziraily ;A-,gie-atly toI!,
cred it.


a in vtidii(14 11 ect t It- I 'I ,r t eo Ieu t:- tt artlI
bid It-lcc.- t:ei: pjlainily t!)Ijul

t-vidti~tctI urpee-), (oft: .- re-1uittlicai-
tIv coute-td at all h izaird-. fi)r the-
preser' Atitten .4 t~ie ejet: ime- o4 'ti
ec~tieell. vo I, n ri-fe re-mic- t.,-i cctI,i
e-ub4equen-t re-ni-.t:pr-,vidt-... ft
free acce--- lot.- r,-- i-Iancd -fnill
United 1St ate-- C! eetlict-.but Iii I-,,--

tj~ tvo~ ieeli .cll PIccrte IRikito pr.idtict..
I1Xaporte,-A irht.)t!tIi- C401t2.i V. It i- ai
t-hre-w I. tr-Ick :c 1,Y inc-nt. but it
WINl11"t dt .'c-tv-. no- ;I .e ct!tI-
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SIX MONTHS' EXPORTS.
Foreign Shipments Made by the Gulf
Transit Co.
Mr. M. W. Churchill of t!e Oulf
Tran-it C.o.. hai compiled a tabu-
lated stati-tical report sho'iwng the-
d-tail- off the foreign export bu-i-
neU- laiidl,-d by thii Gulf Tran-it
Co. fo)r t:!- -ix L.iontt:- freuil Se-pt. 1.
1 ,# t' N M a rc i 1. 1. 4 li 1.
'if- rep,-rt -how- t!icht durinzr that
period tne Gulf Trani-it Co. lIal-i
for f',.rpin port- 7 Stuaill-tip. ol:e
ctihoi.-r anid one barkt-ziiine. It e
it-imn-, of export were a- follow-:
Cotton. -q 0ar.- hal '. 7
4L. ttii. roi u ,url Ia i it- ,
Tobacco. hhid-
tirai.. hlue -- ..." ,
Pig iron. L'on '-
'iiophate- r ck. tuoi:. 4,l' .
Flour. -cks ...,71
Fioir, toi
Cotton 'ed mn-al. ,-aick- '
Cotton [ --d mea1l to:.- ."
Il )I aiil ta2 ow. WlAs 7.:'.
l;ocin, barre-'. ..4 I'
Hardiwood lurint,-r atid '.~t- '-ar-
'Ltcb pine lumber. ft ..'.'
Car cargo t for Havaz.a 4. .
Liv'-stock. car- i
iui-vrpbtcp-.at-. tuns ...5 ,
Coal. ton> t 3 '.
Hoof(. cari .
Tobacco un *sck-, ton- '
hooer. cars.
4irnt% s--ed. car- ,
iri-d bhicod. to-.. 4,"'
Dried b:uud.,ack* .
Dr. Bull'~Couh Syrup isthe best medi-
cine- ufor ore- tbhr tcgniitE-v. Evry rop tel t oieootlLe- ai.d
be.kl-. A titwenty-iv e'- c-nt bottIlc- of lh:-
wonde-r'jl remedy wi.l cure- a cough or cuo:d
iit or, 'lay.


TH- WOMAN'S 1HOM1.
Interesting Annual Reports (of)Officers.
TIJi- Benevolent Indu-trial a-,-o
ciati, .n i:t- b,-e- ill exi-:-tice t.-II
ye ar-. 'Vhe:1 it wa- L rgaI.iz-d.
board of mana1ge-r-. (one from e:ii
church, wa- elected, i:.e w.ich
ttn-. t.e oflier- are annually l-iet-
ed. TI'- Honei i- -upp )ited tiy the-
ion,,thly due- of th.e liteihber- and
:enerouc c)htrihutioin from friend-,
naIllely: The Pitt Wate-r Co.. Th-
Fir-t Nittional Bink. The- Pilo-'"
l. nevolent a--,''-iation aAl ---ve.Il
,of tihe otthei charitable ; -oc.i-ti--.
Aii.iouiz the pmeichat;ts. Mr. M. F.
<(,oizale7z. Mr. J. 'i. Robtrt-a ind
MIr. 6ol Cahlln have b.en I.oiith-
ly contributer-s. A k ind drtn;-
.Zi-t furnt1i-he-- medicine-. Our I hiy-i-
cla.th alway- re-po)nd to Ith-.
call-. In June. I'.-... our h1i#ld-
1i1 was de-troy ed by tire. IMr. WV'i.
A. Bl,,unt then donat-d !,,t. in a
liiiol- de-irable- loc:ti:,nl fir" an l:i-ti-
t'ltion of thi- kind. With hi- k:r.d
:t--i-tance ald d ,,,.ttio I.- Ir-,ni thie
,tilo.wing :partie-, we have- he--tin
tnatbled to r,-bh uill a .eif.: :.it ;.I
:i-ne-: W. B. Wri.Lt & C.'.. 1u :-
hi, :: '1 he Br t-nt l.niith-r C .. lu::i.l-r;
B. R. Pitt Mill Co' -hit :':--: A. 1.
A\v-tv. l.irdw i,- : \V1ili- }H :'lwar.-
C .. iiil-:; Skinner 1M f'u. t,.. ;:... r-
int:: \Wi. J.,t;!-oui A& Sn. lk- a:.,l
.I .11: M 1'-M ill in M1 ill ('. l'.I- .-
lt-r; A. V. ('iutbl!-. l.tor a:.d ii:;i-
., r ul-: .Saifi'rd lI.tm b-r -r'.. i;u n-
tr: L. t& N railroad. fr,-i_ 1,t:
lK n.ivle-4 lr,.. t!;re y,-ar- in:-ur-
.tllC" oi (let]$, hut-e
A t di lt- itt tii -- w !:.tiv .t' --,
I'.1 ill t,.e 11 ;i- at lea-t tw !. iI--
dired won. :. and children. For',!-:,
of tt)c-ill W htavf. zotten llAt1 1plovii-;it.
Smn who arI-, old and f--ble :,. ivA- .1
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AND BUT ONE Hood's STarsaparilla.

Grand as the thunder of Niagara is the universal songof the cured

that Hood's Sarsaparilla' is .
AMERICA'S GREATEST BLOOD MEDICINE
Hood's purifies and enriches,the blood' as nothing else canl
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ANOTHER I IItGLARY. LEGISLATIVE CANDIDATES
Ot(ice of Gulf Naval Stores. Co. En. And Delegates to the Coun'y c onver-
tereI Lat Night. lion at Powelton. April 14.
Burglars entered the office of :he Following are the candidates for
Gulf Naval Stores Co. last night. the legislature and the li-t of dele-
broke open drawers of des-k and gates to the county democratic con-
rumaged through and scattered pa- vention at Powelton, April 14. en-
pers, etc. They failed to open the dorsed by the Workingmen's Demo-
safe and consequently secured very cratic club:
little if any booty. Here isa chance For the Legi-lature.
for the officers of the law to display r t Lc 7
their detective skill. A prompt ar-C. Mor4nJon:i -
rest will have great weight in stop- H.U .Clopton.
ping the thefts which have bee-n l*legate- to countyy Coinvenion.
quite numerous recently. Precinct 12-H. H. Wickke. F. R.
S- Po. R. A. Credille. Win. Carmi-
MAIDI GR4S 1.t. chael. Tho-. G. lRiver-.
A Fund Already in HaInd fir the Car.- Precinct JJ. L. QAery Arhit-
thur Jnhnson. J. C. Avery, J. Whit-
,im. ------------------


At the in-eti:,g of t,he- Cle-rk.
I'nionh last night the c;aii;vail cin-
inittee made its report. -,owiii.- to,-
tal re-ct ipt- for thi- M i: di (;ras c:.r-
nlival of l.il of $1.4'-2 e67 '.d. a to-
ta-l expenditure of $1.62". 72. I in
a balance i on ha.nd ,-f $,i: ;1.1 ;t- A
lne-t-ei' f,,r the c.artiivaIl ,t l1,-!.
Itrom which .t few small iU't-:..Il;ihUi
hill- utu-t ieh paid.
Preparatory to th,- c.irtiiv il of 1._ 1
th- following, carnival cnan;itt -
was appointt-d: A. H. D'Alet-uilt-! t-,
Jhnu (G. Oliver. Jo-eph) I. J,)!ob-oI.
E. L. Re eesp. C. C. (Goodmn:ii. A. H.
Runyan. Abe Daniel-.f Henrv A.
\Vhite. Ed Forcheinuer. E. W. E-
liott. (ieo. W. Carpenter andi A. S.
Oliver.
T'lhis exceIllent cc(mmitt-- wili at
o-Cit- hbegin work on the Ip# i- f-ir ::
elaiborat- carnival L Xt yeaL.


VESSELS INSPECII-l)
.v Capt. S '. Col. Surveyor ofit the
Amnerican Shipping itureau,
Capt. S. C. Cobb, surveyor 1. ::"
American Burean of c iu tion;',:. e,--
turned last ni..ht from a trip to Ap.i-
lch icola. Carrablle alii St. tii rge
i-land. He i::-.pecte'l thr -,ch. iee r
11i-ij. C. Cron:well of '.rritla:I d. 4'i;pt.
McCleairn. which i tt.id.i .Zile r -
-,air- at St. Ge.org.e i-l:itn'i. to c,:i-
tli in her clas-. r, .lfy to )be
I 'inche-d in about t! :0-- w-e-k-.
Al--- the-. -chooner Witr:. A-ian:-.
if Ja(ck-onville. h.a- be-ti I.iiv-d
fro'lm h r position O ; i-tit!It !t, f, t i. ii
t.i wood- t to h beach., and I.-..
i:1: i made rt-adv to la'rn'h i:. t:,;
cAinan excavated by E. E. ::. Ir-
oz C,'s-. drd.r-e T!,tk.tk 'I .-.
v,---.-i wf're' driven ;a-tI Cr i.. ::.
(Carrab-ell -t,,i, .
C ipt. lobl> al-o' r i, ,: ,- -:- : ,
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Precinct 14-(uT- Eitzen. J. E.
Baar,;. A. F. Z-.li-, H. (G. lDe-Silva.
Ja-. o'Brien..
Pr.-cinct 15-Tho-. J.i-,,n. John
H. Jone-. F. F. Comumnvt-. NV. A.
Du:.bhat. H. A. Water-s. 14mn-tf
Dr.Bull'sCough Syrup conquers croup
at o( ', a ir-- t., -.! l. aid t u1 -;v..-
l ciru y at ',.'-. o;:)t "- li,-,-, 1111: *,' t" thi- ;
lr>,'t.lfll t,-,-2*-" :; ,' ** !i ,+ ti:n rel i t,)-
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A Italroad l'arty.
}\y v rze t reu':|-,-t, t!;e yo,4 n1z i-
,di,-- or *!- Erpwrt:: L.iauet. will r,-
pt-,it t;h ir la;lro.adl party Friday
v, :.i:::.-. M .re!j 1;. at the r!-idence-
,-f A. HI. ID'Aleniit-rt,., 1120 E:.-t
Ga.i-.le-(i -'t-r-et. A riew route, ha-.
bletn-i Cil,--+i and : |'l]a.-aint j-)irlney
is l'r--,..,-*-' Ti' ck-t- 1 ce-.it-: rv-
fr,--'n:0 t~ 7 ;.d Il ce:it-: adml is-
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St LMA.l'ENSACOLA
(',,.;;, :'ir. M o).nday, M.1arch 19.
tr ti I i, -twe f I,.iP-w 1 and S ln'.a
w i',1 hI 1 11:1 f l f,,lIow in h(.* .d t tl t,:
L.-avve Pe-r-acla. 2:4'4 noon; a"r-
riv.' B elma. :47, p. r"a.
.Leavt- Selnia. 0.1 a. In.: arrive
Pen.;iic,,l i. 4:15' p. In.
L'iily. (-xcet Stith idy.
J. W. LxRro\.
] :1u.it I). P. A.
Eniz -!, Arboi.t'. i- l ;adiuarter,
for tine liitiu'-.

Who is Rader ?


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A inflPEtiflh ,f rP.-D-

ni). MoTn tiv. M ircO
for t th" J~eir-fI I

By vorde-r


Uli1am ltojnon & Son.
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FABRICS


FOR


SPRIN '


-s AS PRETTY AS A PICTLElE!&r-


COLORS THAT WASH'

27-inch Silk G iing hain:................................. . ......
31-inch Silk Foulard .. ........................... .........
31-inch S ilk F ni h ur .i ... ............. ...... ....
32-iunc! Z- piLyr G( iL hamin ....... ................. .....
27-inx l. F int- ('!:, ck ainld Stripe t ;I:: I : ..... ................
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Mattings.
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Dotten!.-ftTf r lIrandl Iadio-i' Slipe'-r il Oxford- a* ........
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A SOLID CAR LOAD. Stylish Stick Seats'

Pretty Phaetons.

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He's the Laboring
Man's Friend. He will Any and Every Style!
sell you Furniture on
the easy payment plan. BEST MA h ES, i


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Top Buggies.


LATEST STYLES.


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Tue mine i cwned by the Kncxv.ile
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CROCKERY.


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JUST OPENED.



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A. E. BAKER & CO., Proprieto:

14 EAST GOVERNMENT STREET.




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v-Acto Try itC. 1 t C-'
Judgrt'-*.;verdict.

DAN IHEMRBROS


NOTICE71

-dejee aft-niloir of I*, -; -.i-1:
W!Ilch ItI.; -,t:-t. A fatI: Wa- tL-i:,-
tent.t-n ti-f Mr. .4'.rcd e -n'el -e.
but union cre-:-- at-nM,i re -
hwltI5'IreW4 WIIulAlbe hailte WI*::
dei.:!,. 1.by aI I f.!n" I"dm.of 'v Z, CI .1.1);- r
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mzin.'-Mr. Afrcrd t-i-- --.:a:-r ::
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Made in Peawacola. -r, irre.t; vi Ie-.' '.%I ,pn ya nd Bbir-
ABSOLUTELY VILiE .dAt. ieiI.I~t a e:ic:

B-N-BN ef-o5AND CHOco)L-TI.:S."nc-il n:Pna catee'e)
ALL KINDS OF BRITTLE-..C -: c(le.tVj. %.y
11011 CO RN- SEA FO)AM. .~Bin~~~i. 'i:t~
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 1900.


KENTUCKY*S LEGISLATURE.

Its Last Day Poserful sad No Vurther
Trouble Keared.
FPat XKottT., Ky.. March J3 -All ae-
prehension of further trouble diap-
peared when the two bhouue met at the
sm l hour without molestation from
the esate troome. It is probable now
that a night session will be held, wn'ch
will be tna last, after which it wili au-
journ sine die.
Before the sessions met this morning
there was a strong incination shown
by members of both houses to expedite
matters an Liuch as possible and secure
Ainal aojnurament. Beyond the Sena-
tor Triplett resonation appropriating
$00 ,O00 for a reorganization cf the
state militia under Governor Beckham.
there is littie legislation of importance
pending and Democratic members of
the bouse expressed confidence of pass-
ing thia without trouble.
Apparently no apprehension of fcr-
*her trouble. for the present at least,
exists among members of eihet parrtr.
Repub.ian Lieatenaut Governor John
Mlars*iai neld consultations during the
morning with Democrat:c Aanutant
Gencra. Castleman aut several memu-
bers of ithb legislature discussing t.e
general s.tuatto.l.
Speculation as to Governor Taylor's
future actiosnsti I cotinnes Governor
Taylor himself refused alI interviews
on the subject todar, i-,ut prominent
Pwpubhicant. wao have talked w:tn ti Lu
on the eubyct. assert e.mpatiao. v T at
Toveruor "aT..r swi. roenain lu'- Frank-
tort and continue hi. fihtr tor what ct
consit!e-ra u- richt cnt! tne nue-n-t (
the g'govern.rshnip tv4 f'-iaiy passed' utcn.
SUIT FOR GOVERNORSHIP.
publlrAn t ill File anu Am-ta- at.
Ae-rw-r 'Thurst'.y M.rni;n*..
1.t'I ,'x.; :., Marrja 18; -Fjr-L;-r G ov-
ernor Bradley. Judi;e .sat aai i :t.t.r
Republican attorneys are preparing aa
amended answer to the suit brought by
J. C. W. Beckham to secure possession
of the office of governor. After a final
oonterence of the a:ioraers Wednesday
night, the answer will be fAled with
Judge Field Thureday morning.
Toe five prisoners. Secretary of State
Powers. Cansain Davis, Holland Whis-
tkera W. IL Coluto and M L Hlas-
lipp, accused of Vft&ag aooesornes to the
ssasseinataca of William Goebel. are
estl ooatised in jail bere. It st expected
habas corps pressedingsla their be-
half will be be bun in a ew d ys.
T- ***eeo**. ft.pbllems.
NA IVII.I.E. March 13 -At a meeting
today of the Republican state executive
committee it was decided to hold the
state convention at Nashville, April 19.
A canaidste for governor, three candi-
dates fr railroad commissioner and
cand:dates for electors from she state ast
large w'il b-4 nominated and delegates
to tue national convention selected.
T Itsp-rmnc Itbe Leadlen IOsoe.
Dra.ator. Mareh 13. Pohtics were
practtiailTy forotten tn the village elec-
tionus hteli tLroughout Michigan yester.
day atil wLerea bt'g votes polled local
'and jersonu. issues alone were respan-
sabi e Te temperance question was
the absorb.lcu one in mnany plaoea, and
were t 1a .tie vwss trctly drawn, the
'wets" uad a trifle tbe better of it.
Willt.l11 I1 <:maad Protests.
),'-'oti, March 13.-William Red-
maend, tnemn:er of pir.iament, has writ-
ten to ihe cierk of the corporation pro-
testing aga:ast the Troposed address of
welcome to queen Victoria andexpress.
ing his intention to resign his seat in
the council if the address is presented.
No Fl(>l-nm e I, Ashevilll-.
AsI tm:-V.E. N. C.. March 13 -The
enort that there is an epidemic of
ainallpox ;n the vicinity of this city as
incorrect. There were a few cases of
the disease, but all the patients have
recovered and there as not a single case
within or outside the corporate limits.
t <(haag.e i Oflee.
MONTGOMERY. Ala.. March 14.-Judge
A. Straton of Troy. who was recently
appointed census supervisor for the
Third Alabama district, has resigned
ite posiUios as United States commie-
saor. and Circa is Judge Bruoe has ap-
pointed in hias tead4 W. 0. Steark, wbe
hasim bees a deputy Uatted States mar.
aha. Marshal Bryan hae appointed
Andrew tollier to secoed Starke as dep-
uty marshal.


How's This!
We offer One Hundred Dollars re-
ward for any case of Catarrh that
cannot be cured by Hall'% Catarrh
Cure.
F. J. CHENEV. & Co T,, el,. 0.
We. the under-iirnd. have k;ao wn
F. J. C('henv. for the last 15 y'ar.
and helie-ve himn perfectly i:o, <>tra. !
in all hu-iiui-s tra:nsacti :- ahd
financially abhl- to, carry out amil v a ,-
ligations madf Iby t 'itr fir n.
\W -:ST A- 'I ,"FA x.
W holteSa le I)ruti;zzl-t.T. 'Ii i, ', ,
WA.lIN44. KINN N & M \i t\ IN.
W hole-al. Iru-:ggi-tls. T,,. .,. i .
Hall's Catarrah Cure i- ttakn in-
ternally. acting directly upon t..
blooul and muclia system. Price Th per If t:l-~."< :
by all drui .isti Te-tiim, i.tl- f;.
Hall's family iill!Q< Ur, tih- le-t.


Coffee' Coffee.:
iie ca I fthe attention, f(j
the generall ,public to 'h,'
/ta<'t that iu', are oPe //
the best e,1uippcl l:astii A,
in the South. (anI that wr
can t'uirnisih this delici;'.
h 'rera t" at prin'ev / ,,/
defy'. .'ompeti/io/n. 1! c1.'71ls
wish to remind ion that our
Coffees are al,(i'a!is; /''c./
from the Roa.ter. I 'hbile
others r'' old and hare lost
their ar1 '-.a, o011i' / s I'C/.s
and delic ou.o.
. i(c Orleans Grocer/ Co..
.T.dS. "M'H1 GH,


SHREWD DIPLOMATIC MOVE.
Kraugr and Stoya Yore* Salisbury to
Show Ills Hand.
NEW YORK. March 14.-The Journal
and Advertiser says:
Presidents Kruger and Steyn have
apparently made a shrewd diplomatic
move, for it cannot be supposed that
hevy exipctel Lord Salisbury to consent
.- -.u- on any such terms as they pro-
p ied.
V. have, however, obtained from
rr.a Lr.tisn Ireatier a tangible state
es.t o! t ie Iutt Ution of Eniland, and
ner dietrmiutatio1 to take :rom the two
r-i utlici tuelir ia iepeandvce.
I'ais .:ives then somueini:ag on which
thty may appeal to tae powers. asking
I: the latter wtil stand by and tce them
.r=8sbed and turned Into int gra, paits
p me Eritish eupilre.
je streungteniag of Eu..and's fleet
in C'n':ue*e waters tu a part of her an-
swer to the peace proposition of tWe
I'',-r repub.ice. L)rd lSalisbury reahzes
iLat Eungand's enemies havd nevir had
se g. o0 an excuse for making trr uLe
f .r ner as iner nave now. Saou'd taa
E .er presidents appeal to the powers
alzust the premier's ultiniatum and
ark t-ean to interfere to prevent the po.
l:tlati anrinmi.atrn of the republics the
C pl or-unity (t Russia and France wou,
have COLtie.
'-;ae powers w, u:d, very likely, no-
ti!y England tney would not consent to
the taking away ef the boers' inde-
penidence. Anii Itat wuad mean war
For Eaglani '. aii aillvw no uch ti.-
terferenca in w i-t aue regards as L-r
private attairs.
Illt g.tiln 'vi .' '- T l'w P s ;n t tre- .
IuOAN.-Vi+L-E. ,.' March 13.-At
last tue potctici at i.-iganevili; has
changed hands Miss Mary L-m Jones
has been sworn in as nostnilstress and
taken charge of tile office. Misst Jones
in a daughter of Major J. F. Jones of
this place, and our people are p rfectly
asatified with her appointment. L-ft:n.
the retiring postmaster, has a position
in Washington, D. C.
Ne-w Trx Collector.
MONTGOMERY, Ala March 13.-The
governor has appointed Mr. A B
Brooks of Luverne to be tax collector of
Orenshaw county to succeed Mr. H. Y
Brooke, who recently resigned to ae.
oept a positmn in the government priam-
ing office as Washington.
A mu.n named E Presston. of Prpe-
Ponlville. Kans wrote a letter tlhe
other day. sayingt: the opinion of
everyb)hod in 1is town who ha- utied
Fol0y'1 Hoey a':d Tar i-. that it is
th- very be-: mnedicine for la grippe,
co!d-, cough. t tc. NV. A. I>'Al!fm-
berte.


ItueN o-i" Ia'ent.
All thp fai:t ful who havo eoni-
pleta-d thc-ir twenty-first year and
Shlio have nit, brcFin the-ir -ixtietl:
y,-ar, i a d N it. ,:tre i't -xt eiiipted(i fr, Ill
the obligatit:n of fa-stiti, by sickne-'-s.
hard work or t!.her wi ll known rea-
s i-. : are- tbli.ig-d to fa.-t ion all ti.e-
day-. of Lent. *'xc'-pt Sitlal.i"-.
(I: tis- day:'-; lbt ot-e full in11eI i-
:allow-,ed. whiein -1outld not; tak+il
before 'it.',i.
('u-toiii arllow- a cup of (coff',. 't-a
or thin clihcolate. and a small pic'e-
..f bread or a cra.ck'r,. t tlhe llmorliilL;m: al1i ill the **va-i.'inl, it
c,.lltiio l:. t .eIxceedii tile. fourth'
;':r: or an a otdrlairy mieal, i' a'll.'w-d.
At tni-s collation. butter. cht-.... ,
milk, ei.g- stand 4;l kiitlnd of fruit,
li-'h i a ve'otatibler. are ;tIloww.f.
\\'h-ll tlih' t ;ncipal uicral canI;int
witthou; tl'rai' ;.craiiv-nlI-laC | lie
take ;iat tooi. it i- t.rla'r l--;l" t,
tak.a ta,- c *!aiti.on in t!.e inornit ,
;alt the dititn r i:. ti1.- ova'it:.r
Ahtiin e '. ', Ion" ti.' ta-I- a'f ,'-h
ii-i.it d- til o t i iL :,- XV,> ti *,+-, t
atid l ii.la L.- :3:Ad ,,l t!,t .S.-C-
ulday of ;':'.,r \\",-k a:,J ,,: }(lo',
.a;t t a: J .V.
S:i- u-" .f !ad. :- .tliow'.- I11 c',ook-
iii.


Sli-h and tlt -:: :Ir-' not !' :Iw:o t-d ;at
t.lp -alni*- itl<-;l. *,v, i i p>m',da y .
E z!.' (.'ta-a.. :!::k -i he u.'-d ( v ry 0;i li;t ftl n ai ll f tI l - 1- rlet'0 :llii.-iided *11
S...-1 F;id:tiday.
Persons exe: ipta-d from- the obl:-
nHtitlon .f fa--ti ;i :ire n t hoittral I
the re-irictioni of u-i g inpat iti;
once a day on th- days' in which tihe
u- a 4of llieat I- par'llJitted iby dli-a .t
-;atioln.
Children ovpr seven years o)f ag z
are bound by the law of abstinence.
ilunless a xcus-'d by *-'ikne-s or other
cause e.
The pa-chal timo. in which all
('atholics Wiho have c4an# to the
year- of di-cretion ar" b,'unad to r+e-
c-ive holey o'ltiiamunion: worthily, c-x-
t ntIll frnm th- tu irtt Sunday of La-t
till 'rinity Slunday. In .U-:v-.. C iiil-
-Ireln o'v r -'*veon yt-ar- of atL ar'
libild by thi- pr,,ep;,: of aannual coln-
fe-.,-ia>u. Pa-tor- ind para-nt- l:,ttll
-,oa- tl:t thle ch!il1,!"i cn ,:;'ly wi:h
this duty.
Iha hftoly -.a t-. o ,.f I,-a.t i : ti
.f pr.tmv'r. ; -aro.w fito -1:1. f ,-eit.
-ion from tn-. wori.< .and it, : mi-e-
ll'-Tit., and o at cent-rou- altmtl- '.lvi;l
By -a -p cial in inlt -r;iataid tao t,,.
'l-lo of d tht' 1, ittd S:ati;- for *" :
y'-.Ar-, da:inv ftmi A AI:r. 1"- I-:9-
w,,rkint. pe'peiA wi a c atinioat at- I|I
,'i.ervf the c',nnoi i l.t lA ' ,. :ir-* i-'t i -l, fro i t' i,)-
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Send Name and Address To-day---You Can

Have It Free and be Strong and

Vigorous for Life.


ENSURES LOVE AND A HAPPY


HOME,


VIDAL & SMITH,


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Sole Agents for Celebrated YELLOW LA'_ ..

$--other Bigh-Grade Whiskies.-(:.

PROPRIETORS OF THE OFFICE SALOON,


F.. I: IN F.


L. W. KNAPP, M. D.


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OF PENSACOLA. FLA.

DX3I. 3E3 CO'ZDOIFX'fi
WM. H. KNOWLES, W. A. BLOUNT. F. C. BENT, W. K. HYEI '.
D. G. BRENT,


How any man mty ouctkly cure himself completely bra ted mn up. I am ',it n a
after years of suffTerug from sexual weak- vigorous as when ai boy and >oou cannot
i et, lt.st vitality. nignt losses. varleoc'.o, realize how happy I an."
etc anduenlargmnmall weak< rgans to full Dear tir:-Yot size and vigor. Iltmply send yourname ud fully. Hesult wereexactly what I ne-ddl. i ii
address to lir. L. W Knapp. ?.V78 Hull e strength and vigor have caomplte ly re-
RulclinR, Detrolit. Mich.. an'd be will turned and enlargement entirely satis-
gli dly' s-nd the free r-ecipt with full dirtec- factory. '
tians -o that any man may eanilv cure himt- **Ieaar ir:--Yourt rvias received and I had W'%VWe draw our own Bills of Exchange on Great Britain, Jr
elf at home. lts is certainly a Inot sa- no trouble in makni u-P of the receipt a Germany, France, Austria, Italy, Holland, S Belgm,
erousofferand the filloing cextrcts taken directed aildcaa truehfuly .ay it is a boon Oermany, France, Austria, Italy, Holland, pain, Belgium, I.asia
from his daslyt mal lhouw hat men think to weak m'n. I nt greatly improved in way, Sweden, Denmark and other European countries.
of his generosity., 's.z. strength and vigor."
"If)a-r hr: -I'lfasoe except my sincere All c<,rresoarnda'ncae i. 'trietly confldlen-
thanksfor yours of recent dnat. I have tial. nmai.al ii olain eal tiven your treatment a thorough tet andhi receipt is free for the asking and be wants byable at Port of Detsabon Ten or Fifteen
th., beuttit has been extraordinary. it has every man to have it. Obligations Taken Payable at Port of Deo-inntaon Ten or Fifteen


At the Sign of the Ion.
a t a aI.. rn !and gray
a a 'h aiii117 ea%.
z ,' ,'id rain ini an~a'r beat
T . t- tjy I.. .rt's dv-'.re.
A !:: I.'i. r I a~daJ Ctre-.
et- -i a tI,-ii.f,'r wlrI anJ %ra~-k.
V. r f .-..i~a2.ffr Etaik
a 'rlaX Ir e~IaI~y I.ad ,iW mgince.
a-grille- tMe pi ;naa.
UX r.. Pa.' %--i.k". -, &; aa-er h-raiunl
.1 ii, l Lot sthe- ar.A IItg mtAle round?
r aIa % irra ,I,! sr. I grai
a1ti- tl- a Ki'v r-i%-'
(11,. f r a A''t! fat anlr fine,
I';i'.g bit. re' i in,.~'e
t*r-.,-s A!.%-an at- I ..eiioa atr..
Ar I !- rg taafcr,- a tata a Irt!
71-1 1, t thp v' w!inds ra-Iiv rain&
IF4'' La-' t I r-c king caries
',fl- n,'..rd'.' 't( r) 's in it clOaar;
T1.4, r a.t.trv!'p .a.r.g I litar.
1,' t 1 117-.41 at: "''low. vwind; cotite,


n rack '."
F:ir.r. a t;- of mrk -cf sack!
-Chicago Record.

"I think I woul 1 ~o crazy with
pain w,-ic it Iaot for ('Chamberrl;iti'.
Pain j'a.ln.'" wi it-. Mr. W If. Sta-
pl,-tro I. I -rtn;a;iints Pt. "I liav' ti-ri n
atilicted with ri',-ui i'ti-nm forseveral
yva-r- amtid hav tri-- rvni-dies witlh-
,aut nitimiihr., bit Pain BHalmkl i- the
t. -t II ldic'ine- I hav' wot hold of."'
(n11 ap-plicatio(n r-eli-vas the pain.
For Aalei) l Hanniah Bros., :21 S. Pal-
afox -tr-et.


sklmmilk For ilogn.
Skimmilk cannot 1e,' t.oo highly in-
dorsed as a fotil for ' Stock. Fed In conliection: with corn. It
prove a very economtiieal and effective
ration. But It should not be fed to ex-
cess. Two or three pIounds of skini-
milk to o:e of mea'l Is thie best propor-
tion. The ailk belug defiehnt In fat
and the corn In protein, their combina-
tion proves most n ati'factoi'y.
A LITTLE KNOW FAC<'r.
"T:iat the, i:' Ijrity ;, seriiui- li--
' . ,ii i.i::',. i i- rder of thn-
ikidl y-. Fo +: '5 Ki -1 C re is
-I L:n rat. :f.ii. Try it tt'-il.yv if voi are
nt fe-lin. w'il. W~V. A. )'Aleiii-
ierte.


WIN EAIER Bi!
To bI ( iven };y
H0?. LOLG:- No. 2371, K H,,
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Monday, April 16, 1900.

Tick-t- c'-t t-. Ladie- Fra',-. Fret-
'l'rat,.,portation otn Dummt y.

W 1<-: ~ -' ^ "TH

J. I. Steplhen-4 ha a larsrt' assort-
ment (,f Solid Sterling silver and FR ST.EAM DIVISION
Roger's Knives, Forks and Spoon PENSACOLA ELECTIUC TIMINAI
INAILWAY COOIPANY.
Me'di-.al t.iet-y, Atiention. AILWAY COMPANY.
Tra:ns leave Pensacola for the Little
There will be a regular meeting of Bayou, Palmetto Heach. Warrlngton, Navy
SP M ica i Yard and Fort harraness at
tie Pen-aila Medical Society at | .ma.m.arrive at Port Barrancas 7:16a.m
the Board of Hea;th office at 10:00 a.m. arrive at Fort Harrancas in 146a.m
o'clock p. m Tanadity. March 27. I l:ap.m.arriv at Fort arranoas 1:46p m
V l s: p. m. arriveat Fort Barrancas 4:15 pm
\inv l al phyt plans are cordiall <'i5p. B. arrvtat Fort Barraneao 7:10p m
iutvited to atteiod. t, .:J p. m. arrive at For'. Harranoas 8:469.m
D. W. MoMILLAN. M. D., Trains leave Fort Barraneas for Pensa-
Prient. Cols at
President. 7:. m. arriv at Pensacola ..... :15 a. m
E. F. BKRvE, M. D., 11:>00p. m. arriveat Pensa ..o.......11:A p. m
Secretary. S6mt !.(10 p. m. r rive at Pensacola ... .... 2:45 p.m
._ 5 n p m arriv- at Pensacola 7.4-: pn)
7:00 p. m. arrive at Pensawota... ...7:45 p m
Convention Call. 1:. p tn. arriveat Pensaco;a ..... 9.i p. m
*M ? u riby 0onIly.
Thte 'ixteetith annual mroetin ofa iiifrct .t, 1 .I'$.
tha Wonllan'- ('hristiati Temperance ; so DAY ctI SUXrnlt.
Inion ,vf Florill:, will be, held in eave Pensaoo:. Lv Fort Marraneao.
ti.tthe.-ville. April 3rd. 4th and 5th. v a.im. 10a. m.
Tlhp flr.t --.-i;o will be at :-' in.. 1 a.m. I't m.
of Tte-dav thte third. : p m 1 p.m.
M 1is B llI Kear:i y of Floara. 8p.m sp.m.
Mi--.. will *ive the convention ad- 4p.m 5P m.
5 addin ip.m. .M
(hra---. addit j Inta-',a"t tatt teo '-ca- P M.p. m.


-,lii. .\ l.I 1: C. IltiKow N,
SA \ J. Gl.EN\. Pe-ident.
R, cti ingi: ,-c'y.

1iuy zyour wife one of those
7/(tiadsome parlor suites
'romt .vearston i Finch.


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'omiort)able mattresses,
pillows, etc.. to go with your
new furniture. )'ou can
buy the whole outfit from


Iessao! a to orl ajtri .ant. dre-torn 4:-K
P-. fl'eaiteiliA t t N pi v 11Ard amre! r-t-'vz-n 'aet
pernzoa '.0 toPaarr.p*.tu 'Fv-'j and ri't~-n im.
TARK 70KJI SN bAY
tenifeco!ftto art J'~rmsnoass N iw
1 &-d aid rol'-ro
I'enguscoisto Pa.IrAtletto h-'.a.' and




UIIiK LIO0N BEERI!


E1l'r.ir-.-. by :MI Ph''-ician- a- t!:e-
'uily t 'H : ab-,it I'i:I" -1 l''r-in atlu!-

Geo. Pfeiffer, Agent,
PENSA('COLA.
Tri It in 9 Tn at U1 l;.nn.


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after Veassel Arrives there.
yW Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent In Connecticn
with which we have a Private Apartment for the Use
of R.entnr.


Telephone No. 147.


Cold Weather
Coming. -.,,, ,n n
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t*-t (i',t-l .-U ,a*' prua. ; : '.a 'a; r ..-Itth r 1,,- .
or n. -a tliIIg t)u pou .-. Itt r'-iii:;tIa le a r -


TfompsoD, OiserU 9 Qc
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Coal and Wood.
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THE ORIGINAL ---*


ST. LOmZS


A. B. C.



BEER.


V.J. VWDAh, Sole Wbolesaler.

ItiG 18131111. BRIIDS ilts'IIIIPOIID A1D1D MENI

Pail Joies ail Ecko smriis (Cdebratci YRislics.
gj~p~i PHONE TRY I BOTTLE of CELIRY TOUIC,1. N
POE154. P.0.BX"
JUG & FAMXLY TRADE SOLICITED
fro ellee.ie-ary to Any Part of tbw City.
CW-All ordt-re 1e4L at The Offie. Vidal&* Smitb. will tse ear'f.Y
at tondobd to.


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HOTEL


ON EUROPEA29 P4&AN.


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Restaurant Attached, Open Day and Night.

OYS.i'I: I } f- '{ A\N ( GAME OF ALL KIND. IN SEA-

paecial Orders at Any Hour.
S',T :- - l, to ,!.,, ;t I. LODGIN(G
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--JOHN PURDYSo,

Foundry Ylachine Shop ,
( FN-K I. i- \% J; A1.;F, A ',K J.t Ci-.-,- N ,\ ,I k I N, 1) 1-. ; '-


Telephone 346.


Ponsacola. F;.'.


AT I'Elt'. ( \- I IN(; LIMI MHl- T RI'(K<. M.LI.,L 'i
Car \V . V' I a :.,i Ira ro i pul,-v-. lanar.- r . R x-. '-.
factored to OJr,- i: :. F'r-t-ClasS-, Work n'ttil ke M1 tti-r ;
bIe Rate- .
Dealer in Machinery, Fittings and Supplies for


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8 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 1900.


ENGLAND'S ANSWER MARITIME.

WAS QUICKLY MADE .... .... .


Received Late Tuhesday Ni ght
by Secretary Hay.

TEXT NOT KADE PUBLIC
LA~d Salletury F irms j Dec 1usd W~th
Tbamake Corveespoa4.aco P...amg
Thisugh Stato e Dp .rtm~m t D);ffer.
out rrem Dirtect App*&L
WA2~ Waai.y.a:rj: :,-Tto &sower
of Ia :r.isbcry ito .a itooge S
grmment. u-u rteivet sa &:a .a .ur
Mr Wr-..e. C.r :r.r aa00rifa.:.. a:

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L.6 P~wer t ft-_.L:;g& -
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'a tlerar c
laa~much av ~eea-- -arat tz be s:me
oOSfEucc -*. uc=a'. r~~ espwc:.
m' ecd tntwa~z, tz.ay De. eta;* r t.a
t2.B *!.'ZU a ar poc sas. izi
tar-ugm tt- s':s. e :~~.was se.
-! '~.ents K-nzer an; '-ievm tc
COW *'La a.. .!Z:a we:Z-S

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Men's. Ladies'. Misses'
Children's at reduced
prices ...


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SSPRIN UG GOODS. |

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

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


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Shades, Etc.
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TO COONVENE ON MARCH 27.
J u I r4-H &A ("a i *I 14poI..Dcagof
Ph:.:.pp~ne (omm!.elon.
W Ma:-::: 4 -Jsdge Taft.
Li~. -~. &in ~::e :. *..ow m=.
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rv t-'. a .'owri 0 rALteUri
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GOVERNOR TANNER IS ILL.
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To the Ladies:
Anyone interested in
new and nobby gar-
ments for Boys' and
Children's wear. should
call on Rice's represen-
tative at Merchants


BEAUTIFUL


W. B. WRIGHT COMPAqNY.


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To make room for them the remnant of '
Goods will be sold at Sacrifice Price
Here are some of the Bargains.


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