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THE


DAILY


NEWS.


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 16, 1900.


NO. 33.


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CANAL TREATY


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A SENSATIONAL CHARGE.
It Is Claimed Ru-pubtivane Are Tryleg
to l)Dfrauud Spiln.
Nrtw YORK, March 13 -The Journal
publishes a remarkable story from its
correspondent in Porso Rico in which it
is claimed information has been re-
ceived there that Republican senators
at Washington have admitted that the
rea. purpose of the P rto Hican tariff
was to dodge the fourth article of the
treaty with Spain. which gives that na.
tion equal trade rights witn the United
States in the Philippine islands.
Tnese senators have been forced to
admit to Porto Hlcan delegates that if
the constitution oilowed tue flag in
l'orto 1i c ) the same w~ulid be true in
t eo lni;.;ptne 41 effect of this
w.:,.o ie t :tnr,'w open: to SJpamn the
traie of her late :;,. x-.:ons. aui it is
Sp-I tby 'me :u:ure lar.ff devi -e to
i";riud ,S;.a ,i: nor r'gatc se-urei by
treatY.
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Nr.w Y .;i. Marca :. -an th' Jeffer-
son M)arket I .Loe c)urt today Magis.
trat-e '.'lnt,-i u'nitnarily dismissed the
leat, r' f tue orchestras arrested last
n:gnt at Chief Dlvery's order in some
of tie uptown hotels anti restaurants
and afterwards discharged the man-
azers arrested. He said tne arrests
were an outrage. Civil snits against
Cnief Devery are threatened.
lr Bull'Ii I-uch % irup farnl'-i m.,,t ul-,.
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SECRET ORDERS BARRED.
Rev. 31r. S i i.)t; Says That II- Is a
(hr s*i-x. elatligt.
TOIEKA. Mal 16.-lu The Capital
today an editorial by Mr. Sheldon led
the first pago.
Rev. Slaeldo- .iitted. from his paper
all the usui.. ca ia of fraternal societies.
When at the daily conference with
spec-al correspondents be was asked
why be had taken this action, Mr.
Sheldon remarked that he *as not pre-
pared to say. He declared, however,
that he is a fi.end of life Insuranoe,
which is a feature of fraternal societies.
He said also that he did not indorse
the sentiment or principle of all the ar-


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Central America Dislikes the

Davis Amendment.

THE TREATY ACCEPTABLE

i<'araguis May Not Oppose N.w, but
Would O1ljct to ('arryiug Out Pro.
vliloniq Itn Tlne of W r Fears
I4,zure of territory.
NEw Y-;:K. March ;.) -A special to
lTu- ihraid from Washington says:
Wai.e Ni:aragua has ht.e no formal
comp.iaut of the Davis amendment to
the Iisy-l'auucefote treaty, the feeling
In pan-American circles is tnat that
c..uury wii itaterpose objection to any
attempt on the part of the United States
to carry out its provisions iii time of
war.
~enor Corea, the diplomatic repre-
sentative of Nicaragua here, says that
as signed the convention meets with
the entire approval of his government,
but he declines to discuss the Davis
amendment, and how be or has govern-
suent regards it. It is known, how-
ever, stat he feels that Nicaragua
wood be jassfed in refustag so grant
any eoncesseons to the Uniled States
whoea provision in the uiasy with a
third party a"aonsioa tshe it proposes
to take any measures that may eeom
advisable with refevenoe to the canal
for its own defense.
Thbi may mean, in the opinion of
the pna.Amnerian dipioumaw, that the
United 9 ears may seie the territory
Starough which she canal passes and
fortify it, or take any other higha-handed
action on the preexit Inat it to necessary
for its own defense.
Tbo Gnteral American republic heart-
tiy applauded she Hay-Paunoefote
treats. beoause of its neutrality feature.
an, Dl t1ey sincerely regret, according to
me:r represeuta:ives here, that the sen.
ate comuiititee on loretin relations has
uiee wed it expedient to matte modifica-

A high official of the administration
.istd that the British government will
be inclined to reject the treaty as
amioenaded and hold that the Clayton-
VIulwer tieaty 1s in force, and that its
;pr)vTsions stop the United States from
cou tructing a can-.l across the isthmua.

THE PORTO RICAN TARIFF.
it It Dite-uts -. by Senators From Dllf-
*r-ast Polittlicatl taindpotant.
N' w Y<,::K, March 1,.-The Herald
-ajo.ihes interviews witn senators and
representatives on the Porto Rican bill
a follows:
Whatever is done." said Senator
Spooner of isconsti tonitgut, "with
the question will no: serve to alter tbhe
reeu.t next November. Mr. MiKinley
wi!l be renominated and re elected."
Representative Clayton of Alabama
said:
'I think the American people have
treated the Porto Hicans shamuefully in
dealing with them. I think that the
sugar trustnes have influenced the Repon-
l.can party. I believe now that no mat-
ter what the Repubitcan party may do
its past action will go strongly against
it in the coming election*. "
Senator Clay of (_eorgia said:
"I think that the majority of the peo-
die of the Utnited States are In favor of
treating Porto lRco as a part of the
United States; tnat they are in favor of
free trade between the United States
and that island. I think that whatever
acuon may be taken it will now count
atainet the Repubiicans and aid the
Democrats. It will certainly help the
Democratic party at the polls."
Dr. Bull's Cough Svrup Cures over
i.tbt thl mnost stubtiM rn cohl i f .,' nti!l
,r om 1)pli*ttiori --ticklini t'i", thrnitt
hu-ky voic'-and violent 'itlghii ,-. It 1 t, it-
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d [Man4rJ oft the Sheldon edtson.)
sieles Shat he put in the paper or ooa-
seans to beo nad He was asked if he
approved the article in this moroltg's
paper treating of of obe gSowth of soolal-
ism in Massachbuetta.
'Not all of it," hbe replied.
"Are you a sociallet?"
"You must use my own term. If you
will bar 'CaritLian socialist,' I am."
What ts a Christian socialist?"
"It is one who applies the teachings
of (th3 serion on the mount to his daily
nfe. "
Asked if he liked editorial work, he
said that was of no public concern.

RAILROAD BRIDGE IS FIRED.
Discovered l u itru to Ware Train
and Save Hrldge.
Art'eorsA, Ga, March 15 -An at-
tempt was made to wreck the inooming
traiu uo.j thel ..--arle-tnn division f the
Southern railway by setting fire to the
trestle over Horse creek. a few miles
from Augusta. The fire was discovered
by the crew of an outgoing train on the
Colombta division of the Southern road,
which runs parallel to the Charleston
dliviion for a number of miles, and a
tflagman was oset to warn the outoom-
ing Charleston train. lie bad just
started when the train was heard coin-
iug. but the engineer stop(led his train
in time. The crews of both trains set
to worn fighting the fire and it was soon
extinluised. but not before several
crotes:os had been badly burned and
one of the sleepers burned about half
through.
'he tressle is at an isolated spot and
has twice before been fired by some un-
known party.

IIitl IED THE GRA A 'ta ruling ineidlnt of which Mr.
John Ohil 0r ,f Philadelphia. was; the
-nihj-ct. i-,s i-irrated by him as fo)l-
low-": "'I wa-. in t most dre-adful
condition. M y skin was ailmos-4t yl-
low. t;%s unken, tongute ceatd.
painl continually in back and sid-e'.
no) applt-tite- gradually grcwinii
we-ak,-r |day iy" day. Three, phy'i-
-iallns hiad( give''n me up. Fortuniate-
Ily. a fri-.lid ad vised try in. *' lectrn'
liiter.' iItand to my great joy atnd
Urpil i.e. he first bottle made a t1--
cid'd unipr-veillent. I continued.
their ii-,' lo r thrt.' wPt k.4 anid i
inow a w-il l'in:in. I know they saved
rI' lyf,'. fln(d robbed the- grave of in-
other victim." No onse should fail
to try th-iem. Only TA' cents per bot-
tle ;at W%. A. D'Alemberte's Drug
Store.

FOUNDERS AND MOLDERS.
Ilt L-ghlli Annual Conventloa Is
Now In Session.
A-.4:- .TA. March 15 -Representatives
:'r:.u i te Stove Founders' National De-
:-:t' a4soociat:on and delegates from
:re -,,.ii Moiers' nnion of North Amer-
. .s are in session at the Kimballi House.
S'oinferencei '-'tweeu th-se two pow-
-r ul orgaMi!/.xions have been held
--..ry year for the past e:giit years. and
.,..v h-etn roi'u:tiv- of much ioo.l.
.i" I r,:t';1T). ';ues..ou m at viit arise
at ine co(nterernc- is the s'ettuing of tne .
w.agi Scale or ttne en4uing; year. This
c.se. wnen tied aud agreed upon by
b.tn iJes, willi be strictly adhered to
uuti2 another conference is held.
A.i uf the sessiomq were executive and
uiithing wi.1 be given out uutl 4,i of
tiih quentio na tat wi11 arisp at the c ;u-
f.-reu-'e are settled aud an ag;i'emiut is
si,1Ued.


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lIrugginits refund the nifitiy if it fall to
p- pil,- to.'; -,i.*d > t ;;li Il.st 4rs risn.i Seii sure. I. W .. rovf's i'ltgn ltture- tI n enas
Atul'- ; 1.l "1 1 pr's ntaittlt 1\ 4-- I> I s-tlb..l I l UoX. hi.C.
the liiAItn-t '' f '-Ilit th.l t ia aI ll ti-lt
aro'sU,' ;I, ,411 tll; su'9j,. i t.,s iii.,uiint SAPHO IS NOT IMMORAL.
tur I h.- \, 94. *. I plbli, P**11' ilii,'- t it :t i IIi leo (',.u rs
y i iP l Dec s*o by Atlasita' Police e.r
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\4.. l;9'. ;1 \1'. *ll.v..l- ,'Il- :i'n. H 'ii. ATLANTA. March 15.- By a judicial
11:-t,,iN \\ .'I ti l' .- \N' 4:. ;hii. edict, lIt. orderr lBroyles has declared
1:1,., ;I -.1,-,O:- 4l"-I.r,., ir ,li t I. .. ", -s, i *'" pno" to be a classical work, and the
I::t. p!*'-,-.sit ,11t!l -1',tg '. -. i i pt:il .-jlsl book can now be sold in Atlanta with*
:tun, pti,,l '.. ',4 ;.I I 1.' ;itk >..'I- \: 'h out further molestation front hyper-
ti,' ,,-:,,. : ." \t .t .* t,4.4 f '. 0 .il critics or over sen.Ative inspectors.
\ i ,*' ':HI .4:,1 tii,. .-.1,it .\ r. -*. t.t'r 1in the poiice court **'.&p::o" was re-
ir-" \\ I .. i., ,in. i ;2 \\ ill l '; t ,')t..I.' ,l viewed from preface to Fanny LA-
n, ". .>11 i 'i.-,:.' Jrana's farewell eptstle to Jean Gans-
S- ain. Men of letters and literature.
S1i'h, i':',ti-. 41:> 494. '.., i.;l^ .-l ,0,:,t t l mIpreachert, lawyers, doctors and book-
lh 'i. at i. l't-. t l -\l.. l .9I;I, w ',p' sellers were there, and al took part i
l>-"1 i.1 I 1i .' \',: 't.-44 1 ..-l '- the investigatlon of the inerite of
\4' .- ',,[.i>-,o i '. 9 ,l-9 *Sapho" in order that the recorder of
U1 ill 4 uii S.-'t:tv14 i -'\'. nig' .f nl l; : i.s' :4 book was obscene. vuigar or iieentionus
1.1n I i,. !i;4 tI.e I. -.r t 1. !:s :, Tne feature of the investigation wee
S 1 -- tho expert testimony which was given
t,,i. l.l i- t,, l ~ ,I,, .\;,,-- for andagainst "Sapho."
4.!it4:,,It \\ltiili.i II.:1n1 ,:i.. :-" rA nutniber of literary men testified
i..* -sl.- ..l l, ini ti.i ;:Ia** I,;tl. 11i 't that the novel was the work of a high,
iit" "'- it lit ,\ .r I h,,;I ..l \-I,94 11,. classical order, which pointed ouat
i'*., :1: i; i ;i hit. i i.t:.- Lt,-. great moral, and not in any sense ob-
1 t1..! v ... ., ,ig i, f..,I.!- !,. scene. vnigar or iicentions.
-1:1t? 1 :i *' it:>t.1 :.l1 ;i It.a :t I. \ Iis Ministers of the gospel stated that
Rot !..\\ IIl,' 1 I th1 6 : wvll, h \':t' they considered the novel grosslylicen-
I t -! tion,. but only one of these had read
<*. ni,. ,,\,I h,, l1, l.i: ihin 11,. the book through. and they based their
.tl-.' li.< s.Oi ,,4 I,1At '. ;' :iilini ; it. '4i1t opinions on deta-hed paasages whtoh
nittio 11in S-i;!i i .\fr :t II,. i-., l.i ,I they had been asked to read.
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EMPWYMMENT OFFICE.
Ring up 302 (or call Ftt the office.
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RANGES


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Ready for Use
for...


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.


lui. Set ;p en Trial.


PI8KACOlA 1S t0,


No. 3 S. Palafox Street.



Jancs ltHigl les


Boiler Uforks


Steamboat and Sawmill
Work a Specialty.


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MISS iEVELrr 1I. HEINE. Pr.icipil.
MISS ID4 PIACCIO. Asitant.
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LI-.:ADINCq ]IRE. LFE. MAR.INE.
AeCIE~r.FIDELITY. PLATE
OJA.SS AND F-TFA31 H')ITEN I '-4
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:II( ani 4olojt1 mIst is onoe who blie]'vo-.
tiat all goud things will Come U)~ liflli
i~ulf.- Tuwu Topics.


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CASORAn.t


We've got the
thing for you:


Cream De Beaute.

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


PARKER DRUG CO.
For Sale Only by

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CHOICE M EAL AN D PUR t; GIUUN D
STOCK FIEED.
lawronmz'. lnr. n fiiu:-tr-v. for th-r'
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CA AR


THE OPEN bOOR POLICY.
Time Attitude of ( bin'.-s Einprest 1
Not .. 'vuro l,'-.
SIIANGHAI. M.irch !5.-The Auc:i -an
a4sociatiou Lere te.egrapiaed to the
United i taiei govt-rnnent today that
tile attitude of the eum iras dowaser to.
wards thi retormn-rs will upset the
**open dour" p.Uyv. The y %a!is say re
telii(on and auircrny are ecx:tecred !o the
detrinientu o! tcro,gi intiest s and aid-
vocaxte primnipt cni' erte I acxia:, on the
part o: tle powers.
Tu" CLuia association wiii appeal to
the Erinish miusiter. Sir C au.e M.
MacDouald. on tneo ame subj.ct.
jPr.-l(--nt I< < in in e to Gi'orgia.
TIIOMA-VI.LL.K. (GA. March 15 -De-
spite ruaiord to the contrary and official
denials, it is au assured fact that Presi-
dent McKinlev will come to Thomas-
ville for a action iho latter part of
this week or early next week. This IU-
forniatioi Is obtained from a source
which is cuisdered thoroughly reiiabla
W arntpler ****n .*sIe*< (l o II'.nI.
KN.oXvL.'TE., March 14 -A special to
The Sentinel from Middlesboro says
John M. Wampler was sentenced to
hang at Gladeville. Va., for tilling
Willham Jenkins at Norton, Va.. three
weeks ago. Wampler is a leading bus-
Iness man of that section and Jetkins
was a prominent attorney.
At C. V 1.' llip-oi' i.
Cr'tiiue'; Ladi,-' Note l',apr. ;i:, i
Eilvlvoplf- tn !iiatcti'
Camnbridlg, Liieni and Eivel.'it-'.
Hardl'- t'P:irctiiiiit.
lnvi"!tint }'a)-r and ;i nvF lovflo .
Lint-in 'I a )let-.
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l*;ipa r; I) inii-ovm'. (':'ept,. Etc.. with
"t g'^-ii''ral --i-trilli 4t of -tat;lti le- ry.
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Do You Want

To Be Pretty?


ATTENTION, LADIES!


Chas. H. Turner.


PARCHITECT4-


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General Contractor

Ilui!l in I [*t i ti -:. .M aint .l ani d i( r st*r '- "ti '. '. *";"'!!! i; : -'

A Complete Plumbing Department unde:-
Management of E. B. Morey.
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OF PENSACOLA.


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T. E. WV'LL1ES,


JOHN F-. 1PFIIFFI-'
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.A General


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W.A.gEU ING.1:AN~AM, Man~a-

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608 AND 605 S. PALAlOX STIIEET.

REVERE COPPER COMPANY. JOHN A. ROEBLING .-(', -
GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE. A. RUMMEL & ON'S PI M -
CairN, hSrdaga, Palcti. Iils. Iuatical Instrtrlets, arts, liAckrs, it
COMPAWpEq. I OGS. iTC
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C i ar tion.
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reddened by heat. florid
-is your complexion
bad? ft!A'.At-& &i


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Real Estate Agents, =:Z OLAYI:Z
PENSACOLA. FA. Grist and Corn Meal Mills,


for InfantS and Children.
CastorLaik a Inirnflo-o-sustibtitte Ifor 'a--tor(O)il. J'
goric. I)I-Eup. .11141, Soot)hiig Syrup". It iN '~;s
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in- Trouble-, and ctire-s Constipation. It. re-Waat -
S -teliilC1an'1 Bowcl-',givinig Iaaltlmy aiv-ssInat uar.iI-
The ('Iiihlreu'r% I 'miuncca-Thue Moth1er".--It'ricad.uu
The Kind You Have Always Bo,(
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Children


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


Scott's Emulsion

has helped such children for
over a quarter of a century.
Your doctor will tell you it is both
food and medicine to them. They 4
begin to pick up at once under its
use. Their color improves, the flesh (
bccomes morc firm, the weight
increases and all the full life and
v.gor of childhood returns again.
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OPENING BIG STAMP MILL.
)n!iiu.om ', \WIe (-I. b-.te Event In
lits:reftive lManner.
D'n M,s,.. Ga.. March 14.-Through
;L i.a: :' '.*' uo the mayor of Dabion.
pg i, '. ihi:aie. nave been appointed
an ..a-ugeuien s tuerwiso sot on foot
:Tor c'.*l... t'ilR In an appropriate and
L. -'.ve .iaiaLerou W\Vedne-day, May
2. ine ; *:;:n.tl ): nilag of the huge stamp
:ni. ti : 'La.ur.nAtiou p 'alnt of tot Dah-
l..n.i zC.u-. .iiated Guol Mniung com-
'.aLAy at n:i. i: ;'.a e.
]a til turac l exercise 01l this OCCI-
14.1.n .:.y ,'v ,l ti.Ulan iieil men wil:1 be in.
viUti i t.IArtlC.ii te, inc.uding iavernor
('iln i.-r lt }i'ru.sideni McKinley. ,no
liLt' r of wihoua. it -: said, wili be askep
t' p-us f ih e.ec::.il button whicn will
ee ;a opra:-r.;ni the gi;antic macumnerv
of ih- plaut Thu capital stuck of this
c mn)pauy anm i..t vested natero3td within
rih3 ciior-te iiaimits and vimsnity of
Dahlonei:z atgtregaze di.J00.00,. and
tiny $.;,l%,ol i wl.i nave been expended
upon tl iot .',,ipi tiun of their great 1'O-
stimp )mdi.! ,ni cblorinuation plant alone.


CUBAN ELECTIONS ARE NEAR
14il:in.irti \ l Aa n linv. to Select
I Ii tr ( ,ov-rrn..,t.
N-.w Y",:IK, Msr'h 13.-A special to
'Tio T:inme fr ,)ini ashington say.s:
',,ur w rKsj uneuco the year allowed
uy t,!' tray of pe;ie.'3 with Spain for
;o Smi:-n il:la'O.iitits of Cuba to do-
;e h\,-rer t:ley will be Cuba (,or
.,Ii ,i'r ti n.'ll.s'i W lii 'expire.
iin :.ea;i;-, y after thit dtie, Apri II,
i ctorin:; ti :hbe pro ;rami !aid down by
tne a: ii.it''-.,r ition at the opIening of rthe
ti; e't sO-iiL ( o' tcongrss. re;ara-
. *,' ar. ,, t nmaie for the holding of
lur ; ia. e*iectionN a3ud ultimately for
the o 0 t:i. i or ta convention which will
.1 do' up J toJo Cuban furi of govern.

a. lli I l 1 In .a (u.rte.
sI'r1iA. (JIa, iarca 15. -The small.
pcxz, wh.ch has been prevalent through.
out the county for several monkhu, has
broken out in tparta. and there are al.
rcauy several cases reported. The dis.
ease so far has been confloed to she ne-
groes. Several negroes living on Spring
sweet. which is bhe Deoatur etree of
Spart, are down wi t the diae and
a sewrt quarantine h been so abbtild
aga*tls he infeccted bouae T he ap
pertamca of the pltgue baas eaud in.
KpUMO excinmeLnt The d*- estf
tint the cases are only a miM.'ype, ad
that the disease is not likely to become
dsangrou3 .
op lika llnea Hural Dllvery.
O.'KLIKA, Ala., March 15 -The gov.
ernmeut has established another free
rurai delivery route from this place,
making the second established this
week and the third in all, being the
only free rural deiivery routes in Ala-
lama Tuie new route extends from
Opelika to Beulah, a dissiace of 15
miles, and l..')0 hundred people will
Lave their mail delivered at their doors.

I'or Over Fifty Years.
MUi 4. W'IlN.I.OW'M ,ooTiI4lN4 VYR UP hfa-
t w'-n used fotr (,ve-r fifty y t ary |,y mill ion, of
ninttli'r for tnia-ir dill Irer. while tol't inr ,
witlh p.'rf,'t 's i"'(' t-- ". It O;':,,t t'. i -. th:lcd
(>ort,.n' the sim.uns. ailays all pain. clrua wind
'oit'. n' :- ti h' l t rf im-di. forr I'.ian hta.
!t t.v, I r *'%! tiv i'othr 'ltt!, .lieaitTri'i :l>-
*i litt4 'l ,'. i y..i l >>y Ir.i 'z] t" iii 4v>-i .v
,o1rt .f Ih 'v '-.irl "Twenty-f tv cli, : a hi t
t I'.i, r aritr d a ,1 for "*M r-. 4;-li0 w'
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jt.weiry in fir-t-clda-. tylf. J. I.


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Clnip Ill


THE OYSTEH SEASON.
TI he 'y'tt-r in 1444 b.tl of (ttzt'.
44'. ink L. !!i 11 a start from1i L;4: tnirnt-r
it tn tt ii4t- o'e
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Furniture on Credit





finii=Ied. ahelii4if241
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I t;'/fare 'ready lto -;o to
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MliOUC //. 1 flU' "I.'crdit isod


Who is Rader?

U Be's the Man that sells
Furniture so Cheap for
Cash.

W e w ;',i i.iin 'ler yiiur -Iprepad(t for
I' cr it- -,ar l ; li(J liiakk thlf look
1,ke i- w. Star Laui;dry.

CALL AND INSPECT
Tho Large' and Complete
.i 1! of Iron and lBra;-i.
BEDSTEAD at

The EscaUil Frnliture Conpany's.

Five Thousand Rolls
, W al V';ll 'Pai r in -tock. :all ,If ttolIa-
t -,t pattrnii., }iil i ',,rt. (', lin i I1 .
1'i ices fr liom "(," t.* I1.7.-" ;"*.1 i. l, .J. F
to, & ('Co.. N". 1 N. I' :.Ifrox.
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JOHN McDAVID,


Acme Beer.


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REAL ESTATE AND BROKERAGE. BARGAINS
CITY PROPERTY. FI'A RMING


.NDI) TIMBER LANDS
FOR B ALE.

boans Plaeed at Reasonable Rates 3ea

21 Ea't (;-ovtrntitisi t Street.


McMillan Bros. Co.


Coppersmiths,

General Metal Workers.


jrn~ iI.x Manfficturers of acd Headquarters fcr flia


Celebrated McMillan Seamless Turpentine Still,

Cmpiut Otfits always n hand, and repairing dose In tUh country.

MOBILE, ALA.




TIME TABLE.

LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.
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B W ,t N 'P S C OL A C i L L.
*B 'T E E, ;P Ei O'A A D'." A K O N- L LF '1 '

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Estate.


%il! bt Ia mI iire'-of Ia'ttl ner~b
$100of the' 1. ,,il w... I' f 4.OU141mg.

.$2000 11111!-.
$300071.l. a hut
Thi r j r+ rt'. 1.4 IliN w t

prprt ha- iat 'An-r ro-mit e';. tU," bay ; aIqo
on Bit IV U (43lin .ttle .ayFiav.1

-rt ar in h : .- rwa'oii-, f iA al i 10

$6000 t 'otrei
IIi(fol-11r.IV ..;,'j for
bu.ms-- ''tifront 'i
$7000 2r1.r I.'-i t t f. on %I-
v:m st!/,4.3 f' I r.,: T i t 'A ., .0it. Tb.
pr.p i44 ti a-ift I(*. ,' .. 0I, 0!si 4 1 l''a''144
,. t'. 'i [4)m ti4 t ,!;, 1,.41 ;, !, -,; 4 t~, fro.
$ ~ 1 h!43;Vii ft0 Y t ;v. vi'jI.y
$8 00 (l' I ;%t 4. 1--t 1'IA .-L I-a&Ila-
and'.la I li r. 1'ht-10 .

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J. &l Stillmwanl Co.,

East Sidc of Plaza.


H. A. WATERS.,


Buitcher and Green Grocer.

PHONE 172
Frc-h T.i.='r''aiid Natj%-,- %eats,,

1"n4)dfrt's! Daily.
Shop, ReAr of L'ohfls ) & Son's Store,


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THF BEST BEER sol.D IN
PEN.SACO.A.

Dannheisser Bros.,

AGENTS.

Als Soli a0! M. Perry arEl Wi. Yates.


The Jug Trade

Is Our Specialty.____,
.Irromopt Deliv.,ry .,li S. t ;-faction


Da innheissrr Bros,


Pho't N .. 1 ;. I'. 16\ ,2,.
,;ilro.ul Exchalizi: ..'. 'Phone'i-t;s.

FROFE}BIONAL OA5DP.

Dr. mareellus fl e reary.

Phtyscian andi Snr on.
tRe'silenco-, 21 We, t irvgory strret
Phone ;4"r.
tl'cp, lD'Al mborte tBilding. 11':. ttoutl
Palafsux atreot. l'uione ;7.


DR. Wx. 0. Dsw~ma rY.

SOFIOE-Hhnauh Bros.' Drug Store.
RE8IDENOB-400 E. Jaokslo Stree


Win. H. Marean, WM. D.,

Hoincopatic Phiysici,2 and anrd m ,
lAtae If (kala. Fla..
')ITrr hiB praPofessilonal -.rvi.e to the eitl-
z'Upi of Plelix'*)ai, l':p4-"lal attention vlvi en I to) 11- trftnrm u'
of( C' ronic I >i1 i1 t.- ti' l wi-i o *- a of
Women and t'li.llrn.
T''lil rtv ri Ir m.*!t Iln i14 o S'o th.
llh uiir- :- ;* a. Ill t, i-' I .. 1 t 4 p. tm .
leesideuce i'bo '.'No Y ".
Firent.-.ln nt rai li s.e II.- -.O .'i

Dr. Wilmer S. Hall,

DENTAL SURGEON,

Masonic Temple. Phone 364.



H NB B S. & CO..



W1IOLuSIALE GC00ER,

Palafox Street,

Pensacola, Florida.

WKiTED.
Waited to biy all kids if SKeci
laid Firoitero, Nrchudlis, Ac.
idreis Bes 14f.


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4 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 16, 1900.


THE DAILY NEWS:
Eatered at the Po(t office at Pensacolu.
IPS._ *second-class matter.
OVFICr: Pitt Building.-:l ., Soth i alat-
fox strter-t. up-btairs.
PI BLIIHfEl' IIY
THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO.

Terms-Invariably in Advance.
One Vtear by %Ma:l!
Itli Montbh
Three Months I :
Pa We't, t.y Carri.-r, pyatble. Monday 1'

THE W KKKLY NEWS:
Poblishod evry Friday at $i.'", per year
rotaiage fre-.

TELEPHONE NO. 118.

Advertising Rates Furniehed on Applica'ion.


PRISAOOLA. MARCH. 16. 1900.

PRIIFCIV'CT IPDaXEGATFS
1Repr*-*vt tire 4conoiorvative demo'rat'k
4have t-dortbd thifolluowing tickvtt ot del-
tegatft from the- elty precinct* to the Il'et-
tsratIC Vouflty ('tliv'eLtlon to 1w helId at
roweitou. April 14 and aiiii that they I)--
giroushe-artyinupportby the- voters:
Pretfcinct -tH. (;11. .4 gI-. I 'a~ iiiShe+.--
ban. Wni. Buzz-&l VI. I Max wr-l. ard ''. F.
PrWrIgCton. A~. AMount. Tb",-.Hannah'.
r.1o n(,-. i nt ae W '
I 'U ocati

rr-c'inc! -. F .14.I'ztnaii 1.' n W ect.
Wmfl t%-il!e, J IF. Aborci,11122 n i:,1'W. A.

A PirI-=, diz;:stchtulion('inc~in-

.iiut ntordt-r- all of it- 11 i..- !:om na
Cincinnati f~tctuirv*. ti 'rl.r-it-fur l:iif
ai llhil'II. *s "tifi'2tkil:.Id- !..r liar


.-xcedi~~lYfri-Indly ::tutid'. -of that
.ovt~oward- te I '..iA



:.1 tefr..iri roii intturfoire-ivo with
(irt-Ait IIitaii! in i hr ( wikt t li*~hthe
I.-iIjtti Africani irep'tlldic-- 1 'callvd--
tldwa~t.'- th-I r u tteur (I i--tatul -h -
]lltht..-n!d t o-ipe-uremacv iv 1 Ln..zlitlit
in So.ut h AriN. ii: will VerifV
t he "naxi ii t hat .O riiei- lwhicil
dez~erve t'h i~eutood(-C'ul~ln' i't )

T11 E ljarzy f ri4-ie id- --f S-natoor
epe. of New NYork are d.)Ubtless
busy do-tniiv a .t,-yrv ocenltly pub-
In'hoed in the -Nf-w Yik Pro~- to thoe
to fltect th it i'fe wa- bltiii it till by Coor-
Jjvtlilu- a>itzi-.I hilt f rom eI tac h iug
h Itt e ithe 1ire-idiuti~ial hiwmidati-'in
tthst s-a clq~t~ilttii !t (ii. llarri-iin.
lite jirm- bt)Qinz anl dditioi. tot $1''.-
11000 to Lia- Irv jts'~ .401,' a ;'r. -i-
dtnt of the, N. Y. Coq'itra..
THiiE rmtps'r-1uyal re;'tiblicaini news-
ape:- inithe Not th art- kteepirigvery
%l-'t abouttt t!;-L.~lAt',t lIyuchiiIg ia
I:!#- South. It tickuirrd A t lit iiid.
Mi-c.. diii wa p ct'ilair Iea Ilo11
-A hite jovrI(1'iA wtre 0- ( din it.
whiclii. v a(eeiou::t .0'.t.e ilf'uive
"f t~lt- 11(t1 :Hru i -it -A ttholi *f
is-gr-ie- .armt-d Nwith \Wiiich--:' r- %-I--
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lief is needed, and there seems to
have beeu suggested no better meth-
od than that advocated by the
Galnesville Sun and approved by
the Jacksonville New-. t)o ailend
the con-titution soi as to increa.*-e t"e
nuinber of upreintr ju-tice- to five.
and confer upon the legislature the
pow. r to increase tho numb'r tof jiu-
dicial circuits in it- di-cretin. Roth
of tlhe-#e excelleit journi: Is tariute
that the number of judges and ju--
ties i- tile sample as i! was thirty
years ago. although the population
has more than doubled, and the ag-
gregate valu9 of taxable property
has increased four-fold during that
period.

Biliou-ness and constipation aue
setds out of which spiitg many ,f the
serious di-eases that afflict the hu-
man body. Sound judgment would
demand the immediate removal of
this condition before it develops
something more troublesome and
difficult to cure. PRICKLY ASH BIT-
TERS is a reliable cure for constipa-
tion and disorders of similar charac.
ter. [t not only thoroughly empties
and purifies the bowels, but strength
ens the bowel channels and regulates
the liver and stomach, hence it per-
fornus a radical cure. Sold by Han-
nah hiBro-.

A MOBILE OPINION
on the s peedy Consiction of Emanuel
Iichardo'n.i
The Mobile Register of ye-terdlay
-ays:
Pensacol'it c ii'- to the front with
a record for swilt action in criminal
ie .--O. On Tuesday a negro nain-itd
Enmantiel Richard-oin was arrested
ihrE onil the charge of burglary. Arid
w-heln tak- i before Chietf Meos-t he,
confessed and iait! bare th i fact-
con'inected with the char.e. It"w -
ardt-ion asked the adlvice of th!e ih:, f
a- t:. what tie -liould do w!i.li lhe I, -
turned to l'>'i-a.',la. I'lie c:ief toid
hiii to tell tlhe truth., that unii'dy
*.ver lost anythinti-' y','t 1by followinii
th-e s-rai:tit and int rrolw p:ith, ;aul
the lh-t thilig I:e (.could do w,;.li h-
f.ited the Peli-acola court was to
Wi i U ,o 1. and that tie w,,ild In, tid tlt
h,. l-t d4rw i li41t.
I'ieo ne ro wa- returned t, l'', -'i-
l I yevtst' rday nllornii n A ;ti l a ind ll,
time lat, r thie chief received the f,.l-
lwin gz starthlin- telegram froi'i t!e
ilic'r w'r t i t ,k linlli lack:
'"Five minutes after our anFI:v.il
our timani got ten years.".
It is evident that h icharid-ion fiId-
ltwed ttie chief's advice. Ainy:iw.
h.- never "It 'f" anythli l: two, year~
wa. What ihe expected and I e- ,g:
to 11.
R lio.tlll.. altr atili lllti',e tlin ).
llat;,ullnc'-e r water bra-t, mliiay i '-
lIi Pli:l; KI.Y A-li lfl ITERS. It -trenlgt!.-
ien- di1e'-tion. c(leanse atnd re.l : :te,
!tf b t)-l. 11! byi H 1:11 ii 0 Br.-'.
N. A. T. S I.
I ir- .l Aitiiier-ary antid Ranll ilt ,La-t
Nifghtr.
A: the tnY-tic hour of lii iiz'1ht.
la-t night, t!i, member- of A z#imbly
No. tl. NatiotiiAl A o--ciatit;i of '":r-
atried;; Sta."e m',iinplo -t,, 111id invited
;;luct-. a-~-.-nihl,,I at t.e, New Co'r-
dova r -'.iuranit t., (* 1 :' r..: fir'-,
uli ln ver-.lry

t arle .1 (' -t '1- ,- w .i- ,,u.
tor of t 'el .iIl| .l!l2i tI ;l 'Air .-
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1-lature :.t x: i.* -.
Concern it i th,. -i;' n :;r .. t ouirt.
th~e same dtli,'ulty exist-, .m1 more.
tmadn one tllort a- been made to
rt medy t!. trouble. Diubtles- the
first steps looking to aniithel change
inu the constitution would have been
taken at the last e-.sioun. bult for
the declaration of a nmembelr of
the court that no legislation was
liecesaFry: and the effect of the
change providing t.at cases might
Se disposed of. in the discretion of
the court. /, 'I. '<" without the
tiling of ipi i.ion-. htas resulted in
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,',uinty i- ;,,retly c.* ii-. t, r ,;. ., ;'
it. Moila". March 1,. a;t ti-e ,,irte
,,f o'ulnty Judig- T. R ,. MIctulla .
4,r tle- trltI- i,. t' ,li' of p !t.'li 1.ii-iIn e-
is 111may come l'ef e it.
Bly order -of


~S-cret.


Y. C 'h:1i 1, 1i.11ii.
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LABOR TROUBLES


AMICABLY ADJUSTED


Timber at Ferry Pass and White
River Released.


Timtber Will Now Come I)own an
Needed and all Knights it alabor
Interested Will Resunme Work
Htsh Here in the Bay anti at Ferry
Pass.
The labor troubles existing at
Ferry Pass and White river, where
all timber has been tied up for some
time, were amicably adjusted to-day
and business will be resumed as be-
fore. Timber will come down as
needed and the work of loading it
into vessels here will go merrily or.
The differences were adjusted at
12:304 to-day at a meeting of Messrs.
W. S. Keyser, H. Baars and Win. H.
Knowles, representingi the timber
shippers, and District Master Work-
man Arthur McConnell and Master
Workman George White of Delta
Assembly, representing the Knights
of Labor.
The details of the agreement have
not been given out by the interested
parties for publication, but every
point was satisfactorily adjusted.
Pensacola is to be congratulated
upon this settlement of the existing
differences, for it looked in the be-
ginning like a general -trike oif all
Knights ,f Labor inll tte dil trict iin-
terested in the manufacturer or hanld-
ling of timber would be the result.
The labor leaders denloii-trate-d in
this ditliculty that they ar.' wist ,
lonilerva;ive. able men. and that
t.iey have the best intfrest- ot f the.
port at heart. It i- iinc r.elv hoipetl
by all that no further dlitff-rernes
may ari-e and that the bu-iie-- of
ihe port mal:y proceed in a sii:,ntl.
uninterrupted innatner.


United Chariti #..
A ineeti g of those ititer--te in
oraniziing a il'Uni ited 'Charti- ta-. ciation wa heid at Cluiitters ni-ic
hall yesterday afterntii,. lre-ided
over by Temporary Chairiman J. M.
D)ani lly. After di-' usi n tf tie -
tail,. a committee o(oi clsn-tit!titlli
anid biy-laws was appointed a- f ,l-
Ilw- : Rev. P. H. Whalev.. Rev. .1.
. I)annelly. Rev. W. E.. cllwal :'
Re-v. Jean VlaneI, Rev. I. E. Wageoln-
heinm. Thi- committee was atuthor-
ized to lnomtiinate peltinliali-Ilt itilct l-.
T'lie li xt nmeetillg will b' l1.1l at the
Ch'lamber of (Commerce a; 4 .'cl-ck
fTutsday afternoon.
\t'eallier Caondini'mn
The 'tormii lias moved fr, i1i W\est-
rnii Florida to the New Y' k co(at.
accompanied by high winid' iandt
hieaviy precipitation, and fo!!swed by
a cold wave.
The temperature is below zt'ro in
thle tipper portions of their lake re-
rion, Mississippi and Mi-outli val-
leys. and all station- report freezing
temperature, or below, wirti titie ex-
(cption of Au ustitta. (orpl -. Chri-ti,
(ialve-ton. JaLk-otiville. Koy v -.
Mac )1:. Mobile., Pcil iac,'.l ai .l N' ;
Orlea':uia.
Frost oct urred s-tit!:w:'rAI t I-





l(. i- it rt-Iit* t;tl r e > 11 M '-'
;:i oni.,ry atow I -N cil, a ;4 )11 i -.
I'lth ;,,-d t eeather will ih i ; ,-
ni-itanidI h ywas,- wt %v ill 1
,,cct r' Satlur i ay m ornliinri: .
(; tr in- :t!id fruit i tire fc ,,ll l -
T ,~ fil w ini P a y t,: ,' 'llit ,t i.

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(I i pe it i)r a:udi i( iic uirt' 1 Ii rzu' Ii'
hl fir (' 4 1 i. nl h'r .l ,' -....- ;iil'

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Room Mouldings

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Made in Pensacola.


BO)NBONS AND CII( )OLATES.
ALL KINDS OF BRITTLEs.S
P01 CO S FA FOAM.
ASK V-11


M'MILAN'S III'DGET.

March 10th being "Farmers' day'
at the Florid Iha'utauqua I1 jitid
the excursion of 1 carload- of "*live
stock."
The-re we learned flrom the experi-
mental station that Florida is unex-
celled for grass; that fancy b-ef can
be produced cheal.~r here than in
any region of the Northwest. Casava
and velvet beans are important dis-
coverias in these new "Klondyke
fields" at home.
'The time is past for success ill
agriculture by muscular power
without the plentiful as~e of brain--."
Whether the brains can be produced
here successfully is the interesting
experimient-open to us all.
Those Chautauquan-s are so brainy
that they can almost tench you 1ow
to run water up hill and succeed In
far.ning a desert.
Our "One Hour in Japan" with
Prof. Stockbridge was just long
enough for the first visit among a
people who invite yo-u to remove
your shoes before entering their
houses-then to sit on your heels
while eating from their cushioned
floors, which are their only beds.
Never a picture or ornament vi-ible
in their houses-nor any partitions
used except as arranged by movable
screens to suit the occasion. They
never use the green teaa which the-v
color with Prussian blue for the
British and American trade.
They subsist mainly on rice and
tea. After steeping the uncolort l
tea over 10 or 12 times they dry and
ship the "fine tea" grounds to u.i.
Travelers are conveyed ,ov,'r tleir
beautiful roads in cart-z r(seiimbling
our baby carriages, by Japainese,'
tpo wer.
M r. Stdd'ird i. h,-d ui- tlhroili
hii- maglie view- o ('lb.t in 15 in n-
ute har- ly -tippl4>0iniiz lo t'i1-)(1 1li
at the HAiv tn:t miirket to -f- tin
dtairynivnii i nilki:g i th.ir c('w~ at the
Iatte- of ti, ir patroi;- at _'20 ce-iit 1 r
quart.
The chie-f ti'::I;> ..e..ne-eld to b- i:i
lottery tick,.- 1l:ti w,. tarri,,I ir
Cuba lniiiger I'P -iiailla nih,. t l:at\e

As our tr.,in frimi l'euiiacll: ,:i-si d
up the El-ainbia b,hichl-with ti t
,iuttic.llpping--s i -of xhiau-tzlo-,- fire-clay
-trata ab,'vt- the track-andi cort
It baik- o f iSaita I{s;'.: s ii
white -a:'c- gli'-teii'i across t.
water to the s.outhiward. I woi
ilered whih'i would prove the richer
inlvestmenlt- Pe-liat'iia g:la-s work
oi E-caum ia i1Liid i):, k Ti i.- wlini' survive till tlie noon-
dayy of the, dawniiit.r_.eiit'ry will find
thi. wooden '.t',iniie!t'cC of Peni-acola
ritted away--t'' -aw and planing
mills supplanlilited byi) -anld factori,-
a:id clay iills-fire cilpani-sii dis-
banded and iniuralnce agents star'-
\Vlien the -sulb.tittution of iron.
lss'Is andl pottery for wood coli-es in
.-alrnest. there will lbe a re-action aind
decline in the market for common
lumiiber. It will biw iinlawful to u-t
it in buildings. bridges or walks.
The orail Le- bu.iine-s has proven a
failure in We-t Florida-the blight
has im -paired (our fruit prosptct-s
renerally-but ino) drouth, frost t.r
tbliglit ha l ever dtiteriorat-d the high
standard of itur gla-as--aid, ni r iln-
paired the fine iclay-which is a (er-
tain "ciq)," with a suri ialik t, at
1)14) 1. 1% r ,ricol .\.s.
Tl<-~. .

'1 he' 'hrisliain.
A -I -' : ;.. f.i-!. m tai>nl ii ''T'
I '!:1 l>-t ill ;. -" ;i .' ,r:lIt It I 1 ,l 1 -t
S i -t Ai t ti wI i p I l.i tI ('.
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tl w IIl ;t t riili ;it ti I- .t i' tili'-
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, ;. Ei .- cl.:rity tuir,
Itadl Car.,- alnd Snl kies.




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Who is Rader ?

He's the Laboring
Man's Friend. He will
sell you Furniture on
the easy payment plan.
Try TIil N W n,:t (C = ,
arill I ?y yoit.



MOiNTIi MII O .

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'itl e. -ix I ottle.- li r liv. 1 thl r-,

di i-* t i t ,i i it l i I r
W iVth i r t I, r di.-t tt fi t ni '" will
cure th! lw r-t f ,r ii- (if t hi ttl r-
i eiitivz :i tlictiin with its hit:dred.
.if hurC i >e -ylnpt, to other oirga i-i than th s stomach.
By tri addition. it-' virtur-i vi a a
t honeral to nic and itivi-rorator alid
blood purifoier. are not iinpaire-d in
he lea-t. Nqi better modicinie can
be found for the i-lii-f of t!h.,-, di--
#'a.k i that are i, jri 'vale it tihe
-pri ir monthi. t.
F take- thick opportunity to thanril
In \ friend- fti thepuppirt t!ey have.
..iVein tlhi T nic. and pri i-e thitt


lniuhim 2 01j1P30fl ~ oa


WISH


f BRIGS


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FOR


8PRB1


-x'1S PRETTY AS A PICTUIlE! i


COLORS THAT WASI-

27-inch S ilk G inghaim s .....................................
31-inch Silk Foulards.......................................
31-inch Milk Finish Teaur I)e <,,............... ............
32-inch Zephyr Gingham s...........................
27-inch Fine Check and Stripe (;iin!t:.a- ii..............
")-inch Spring Style Percules-.............................
Pattern Milks, no two alike ....... ..................... .
40-inch India L inov i .......................... ........... .
25-inch C heck N ainsUi ok ..................................... .
100 Pieces Dim ities....................... ............ ; -
lOM Pieces Long Cloth ............ ................... ..... I. : _


Mattings.

5, R oll- Dam ask M attings... ............................. t
"Htea'ltlful l)a-ign -S-- e Dis play
2'*, R llls ( inia M atting .......... ..... ...... .. .. ....... ....

)Dottenhii ter lranid L.adie-i' Slipper- anl O)xforI- at . .
Our l.,,

Bugv


S.uggies!


.D. Stylish Stick


Seats'


I Pretty Phaetons.
jd P IE rIII S rnI; Eoad C rt, Ott:.


.ny and Every Style!


Top Buggies.


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

V will Allow ,i ,**l:' i : f,,r t:;at Oll d .:
Ain't t :i: Fif ('Cnt-.






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SB. gERt SON
li 10 DECORATED !,

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Op.al Glas ware.







* 107 South Palafox


COOPER & CO'S SHOW

Will Exhibit at Pensacola Three Day


Commencing March 22, 23 and


Admission:


.34
I:.,*


Children 15 cents

; &dults 25 cents.


JUST OPENED.



low Corliva e1 um ani Co ee :

*-Everything New and Clean.- --.
Tll.e Most Attractive in the Entire City. R gular M ::!- *
and Short Order- Served :t all hiur-. ., -c.;l \V W ,k:

A R. RAWRER &0 ("O PrnnrietolS.


BEST MAKES, LATEST STYLES.


lfod'rs Pills
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 1900. 5


r NEWS NOTES yndicate.n ,Mr. L.nrellier tell 1:8s
NlEW Nflll I ES 1 mat business in his line is boominrg
1awH that hi-a company advanced
prices Wednesday and will make
--. another advance April 1. Th' de-i
..- ,rTar., av an~ mand for lomr leaf pine ha- become
., 7 '. xtraordirlry and y-t the turpien-
,, tii l en will not cowniltCe buy ing
'. P "r tiu e time yet.
-' 1.,V\ana it' rcsi.p a;,lrnt Tribune Major S. S. Harv(-y. for-
t1tra. irly ol Pensacola. and late pay-
nia-ter in the unitedd S'ates army.
.!k. ,f M.1 ar.,i.,a -r'- i agedgd in business in l Haval. a
... 3, a;ti;-. andti has numerous money-makin!
M I i,....:t ,f t "s. L. I -chen-m for inve-ter-a. He is well
: M.ra t. known throughout Florida. having'
for several years been at the head of
I..,,-r- and J. J. Mc- the Third party luovein, nt in the
t.. ;..,: .i,- I1, tlie city. -tate.
".; .:.- .r'.... i. : tle Str r L. M. Birclift. rr-pr&- rating W al-
S.! w ik i- in lace & Gregory Bto.. of Paducat',
Ky.. who has been in the city for the
-.* ,c I. ini-kv uIA, (. ipa-t few day.. left la-t night for
SM.t.il- are gue-t- at th. Jacksonville. Wallace & i re'ory
Bro- are the largest manufacturers
Sof fruit specialties in the South, and
S r'.ryman and wife of while here Mr. Barclift sold a coi -
x A.., a!t- leistitered ..t the ignmenIt of two carloads of vinegar
-and cider to the wholesale firm of


Good liAND X SION


Uo[ -TO THE--

Itching LOIAIA CIAU TU! A .
- I


Backs
OTHERS I tncra 'a 11-It Iath W-,i~i Ci TV
hl'TjiI1e.-tiO-.1Of ('rTI' I RA I(iiiitniwl t.be great
vikin iiire and ritire.t 'if Eiill:t-tits, 14,,! 1affior'!
the ii -,t gr.Ltefu f Ii oan'1('n! rti iazrei aef 111 11! e
biin anid .alp 1huiIU', rash'.Ies, aund irriat-
tios and, iii ~ l.'lt to a fi peii, 'eiatl('tt A
P onvil i'al 'ure when all other retnedl:ct zit,
even the iie-,t jpbyiciauls fail.
V.I1ti'-figbnut the W'.rld. Porv t an iWt., ~(:"am.
(ORI. Ips."tu~on~. Uow to Cure Itchmgilumors..freo.
Handsome Buggies.


\\ .l-i Ne-bra-k-. after a L. Bear & Co. If you have not yet inspected that
*r lt y, -terday fine lot of new Buggies-right from
: .,,. A Thousand Tonguae the factory, at factory prices-go
and -ee them at once, at J. M. Hit-
r- t,a- inaugurate,, a -iC-c- C('otild not express the rapture of liard & ('mH.
.. ,, t a--wr. .e hi- Annii E. Springer,. of 1125 Howard T
found that Dr. King s New Discov- The candidates for the mot popu-
-f .t a ur. ain 'sue l et~eov- iar lady ni th v bs t ng t tf tit f fo .
.iVal I ,n U.- iue-t- of i .tr.d htier ,if a hacking cough that Pi t ilch l for benefit if fatholra
chi u n'h bazaar i,,tit ced ii thu far ar
i\ t.. MIC(.,iul.' fir mlll:lnv vears had madA lift a btr- Mli Ida l 'iag';zi,. .'1". Julia Mc-
-M .t i, --r ...n IV 1, n.. All other remedies and d)c- MH i .a 'iiia. Mr-. JulM a MC-
S1 4 t il t,- could give her no help, but s Lte .. M,,-" Mi Marii t erit-
1V H.'^ l' '.an,. iy-of this Royal ('ure--"lt soon re- lh Mi Alm S M
St. *ltrI i:ved the paill in my che.-t and I ('laaudia Ferrara. with lot- ll moire t
ca 1now leepsoundly. something I be h-.ard f,,nii. Pric ,f vIte. tl
t; ,li' ,-a iv ..: i c n -arc ly r.meml er doing before. ce i 'x at tltt' .
', ; re tix.- :.'- ;- i | fe-.l like --ouni iniI it- Iirai-e'.
..4 i l 1 ..a l :. 1 trl-lh:nlt tloe lliver-e." So w ill
,.r ,',,e who tri I)Dr. King' .- Thi Escaimia Flrolitorl Ca,
aI I. I.1 r a I -- il *)- 1\+ry for anV trouble of t ,lit.
.,. r, -,. '- ,,t *., l':.i,"at. C'i -t or Lung 'Pric,. .. H ae Ju t Reciv,.d i I.::'..
,* L ,,,. I" rial bt l, fr.,, itv V. l : ,,-e 1 ( t t l ;. -
:.; "- '., '"' ': '|". \ I> .11. ul rl).rte' D ru) tor,,-.r ": 0.v0.ry lin:-,P'riiof
:*a aord Pubanx-t t< TInttres'meiN.


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THE


i(it.,.it iv~j I cif t Ie la-t exe u l-ioitl
nl iv t!,-veteran-. Wi-arji:)-hiadsLze-.
~AIII Itprtii t a, tin 4 )leli to the,
0 lallt tj11.1; I zreIltniq-. atildIlla! eli to
v. tevrani-t p e ated. the tln' mlnit. withm
i,.'i 111,I1- :11111 the lidhe.- W!!o i ti t I
t tk Iar It. i6 iil elitfil .tZ 0! II, alld
h- i-v, Iv Ivtoythe vt-.n- talill-
i's 1. 10I( X ..V-1"I i i ?$a N.r -I-
--wI i- y W lapIr;-


Furniture at all Prices.
We ar- dellint dining riomn table-
ait bl)iraini i l ic -,; ial-i tve bed-
-pri;: :-. I;ittinl.'s kitch-ni ;ff-s. and
kitclh, a cabi iet- with bre-ad board-.
che-t- f, r flour. iand drweorn for
k ito hei.n ut-iiteil arind tablewar#e.
Call a:iA f Xainio thetin at 0. M.
P'ryr'r- 8.ir.ain ilurniture Hour,".


,,.- U,, ,,..,,-t. Anyone interested in
All t, ,ri publi-hi d w\ .-t of t ll .
suwai- riv-r are. requpet-d t', iopy- new and nobby gar-
(i.--nit:j ladies -.kirt-. atd wai-t-' ments for Boys' and
:*'" 'f" '"" "'"t'" '" "r "" (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.


Len ten


Deliacie.
I)elleae1es.


Wa~tchI Thi' Space('' for Our


&


CO.


Investigate the Convertible Term Contracts
'' I H I -.--
Old Penn Mutual Life Ins. Co.
DAVID EDREHI, "'s'1 ," "'I"'N;* 'N : k1 1, : -"'
.N N. N I II l l: I I I. \ 1 N A 1 j II 1 \.


FIRES


STORE.


~;:ii1~:1 ~fLi~e~'T~e~ ~erceif i:Now On!

I~~~ ]r,.:u\\' V -er tCi.in tthc\ will !!c for a Ion- tim l to ( o)iH..7
w~~~i i7: ~hi reai worth .and1 V u r in tc.retc,-K I. f nk TWl


~iya


If .i


Supply Even if You do Not Need Them Now.


S.o cn liEm})roitcre,! and Lac led(Ledl Kind,
worth 15i coach. this sale ... .... ..........

2.; !o/en plain (all linen) 15c ,ualitv, this sale

; >!'ecn plain II. S. cotton. 7 i-2c quality,
th is sale .. .... .. .... ............. .. 0cC

5( do/en Men's I. S. White and Colored,
Bordered, 12 1-2 and 15c q uality ............. $1


000 yard "Sea Island" Unbleached Cotton, 1 yard wide...... 5c
ase Londle 4-4 Bleached Cotton, . . . . 8 1-3c

New Line of Ladies' Neckwear Just Received.


W I A R_ PFORBR


--V[1RAN8' DAY!-


THE PEOPLE'S STORE,


Saturday, March 17. NEW ARRIVALS!C-


Veterans' Rally!


OU'R first announcement of New Arrivals of Spring
Apparel. A generous assortment, large variety


11:(J0 A. M. PRESIDED OVER BY Of colors and stvyes to select from of Ladies' Waists.


Brigalier-Gcneral Goorie Bcees.


We carry all kinds; the largest assortment in the


HON.GEO.W.SA&FORD, city of well known brands. Among them the famous


ORATOR OF THE DAY.


Music, Recitations and Addresses.


A Superb Program!
AFTERNOON.
ROGERS' ORCHESTRA.
ERTHTIA L. CLARK, Violini-t:
ANNIE HORIIS WOODCOCK.
Cray)oniitt;
EMMA 1). LEMON.
l'-adt-r and l)D lineatr.

EVENING.
'*0141 A-i, and Dialvct Storii-e by the
li ,r'n st H iimori-t of til-e outlh,
Lo"IS SPENCER DANIELS.
of Nashville.
TISDELL MOVING P'ICTIRES
of t'he Spanish-American War.


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

F or the Rouniid Trip
ONLY 50 CENTSl from Fi t.nstolit cr
Ilver .lun tion an Interilledlatl l t MIIon,,
bly Sp IR'in i Ch+tapegsl t nd Id ,t E\-
cursion in thli- World. i 'r11 ,.I)-lKFN .'
Trminsdo not lIave until after Ilvl1 ingsMe.-

FOIl SALE.
At a bargain, 7; acres '(30 under
fence and cultivation, the l)balan('
wooidlanld 1, of a mile north of C(r-
dova Park, with 4-room hui--. barn
aind two titabl-es. 'rice $i4 0 For
further iiifirrinati4in. i>ipply to W. R.
I),utii:is- on plate. or .1 E. P_ Diibii'-
-o011 B& I'., city. l.i3l111m
DURHAM Cigars are
the finest 5 cent smoke
Try them at D'Alem-
berte's.
Con(' inir. the Albl) Hiay',.tld (',..
the celel)ratd (volied(ian s-IiPport. il
1y v 'PTr:il inln -ical ;:trti-t4 of I,-
1,wn-do .n't f:0ll t, :,.t tik.-t--
, ri 7., ell t-. Jl ilfjt of B. 1'. (0.
:k- ( chaI ity fiiid-( iutter'- hall
Mlon(da" IVeiii i n l 1. ii l2tf

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

NICOLA CASSA,
RESTAURANT- -OYSTERS.
Fruits, Ca dips. VePltMb,


S" f'riffil ///d-7:/.'"" famous for fit, style and finish-in
fact the best fitting Waist in the land. This fact no


dealer or customer can deny.


You may form some


idea of our offerings by a glance at our large exclusive
Shirt Waist Window, and they arc cheaper than
heretofore by reason of our Motto: "SiI Cm-' .\x,
TlIII:I;Y INL RI A.\I: i 11 BUL'SINIS.


New
Arrivals!


Our Centre Tabl'- a, -'r;ar iing beneath a iroodly share of tl., Newe-t
T:iin-- n Lace- anid Emibroideri>,.
S Ed gin g a-d l:i-.ertion Hainhur-g Edging: aintl In-rti,!
V\al-' nia I ace and Insertion.-.
M:ac'lhinm- T'''htna Eddi;," and In-! rtin,
G nrinan Trch,,n Ed%:ing. Apliu',i I,:,,. :i.|l In.,rtiti.
IPint de ,Spret!t. Ori.-ntal and Plat Val. I..a'-.
I Remln:nit, Hanim burz Ed in'. -ix yard I* ; th w.,,! !i 7T .. tc .t.. at 7,>t


Sweepion Sale of Muslin L'nderwear! *
one Lot (Child's Drawer., hei.imne. and tu -ked. -iz,.- I and' _'. at ... Inc pair
s ize 3- ;, 4. ,. a id I ;. O nl;y ...................................... ........ 15c pair
O)ne Lot 'hI '.- "l'rlinlmed l)raw.'rs at (',)st Mark.
(One Lt 'tCilld's Trinimnid (owns at (Cost Mark.
Oie .Lit Child's Trimmeid Skirts at ('Co-t M irk.
One L/,t Mi.- -' Triimniied Gowint at (Co't M.1tk.
One Lot La (i ies' 'Triin.Ied (',lienikes worth :.''e iorn................. 1c eac ci
One Lot Ladies' 'T'rimninil Cambric Ch'lmis;, wirthi 7.'' for..... -. ." eac'.
-\One Lot Odds and Ends1',
In Ladie -' Skirt-. a'd Gowns to ('lo-e ( -.it at C'o-t Mark Pricv.


DeFUNIAK SPRINGS.


Two 11,urs ',fromI |'esI a' .Ia v ii L. N II. I.
Seat of the Florida Chautauqua now in Session
Until March 27th.
C Finest Resort in Western Florida ^i^.
Ti idl'-- A l u P 1 :, : A 'i ; I a i I iNAT H..r : i' :UIa: CiPinU ate.
THE EE;T OF .^!CV1@ATION AT HTLL CHAUiAUGUA.


1MAK lG 100GM


For Our Fine and Lxtens!ve Line of


Spring


't*, i I I' r ,',i -.
JUST RECEIVED N ., ,'- '.. .... ,:,.'
'ill tav,- a f,-w ,.f t ... .,- ., -,.,'- r' O., E t '. r -
*I pt. tIl -,.
-::-JOS. COLEMAN.


21' -: P 1 f, A I'-. ,*


'2ur

story.
H ill
doz Ali. :7 r-41-
I Istoiry ,I1".. '
F ia~t 4Ihm-e -tr rrI ..
iwar I:irr
Ni sq.) 1. f I I ItVi ;I I r.. t I. 4
r- ( wi'-. o;p i'cIt .
") o Io. I 5 o:I 1 l 111- lir -Ir.-'t. 4
rn-ull. onfl 1.-ItI Alo,,'
M wv.ral wal!r ? v-r l~nhrw Ti (7nI I f- It 1W 7'1
you upor. call 3t itfi.- Il".1"-J1- .1 1 f .-f, '.t


Tos. (. U/atsoo 9
RW AT- ESTATE.
Rental and Insura
AGENTS,
No. 1 South Palafox tree


I'F;N-.Ae d.A. lr. 't.


-
J. M. I:TTTTIARD & CO.,
-.Mainfacturer- and DI)al-r- i.-
Carriages. Buggies, Wagons anti Dray,.
i--Repairing Attended to Promptly.=--
:;o EAST GARDEN ST. : : : : : PENSACOLA. FLA


Roses--Carnations.


(o I am selling the p-onuct of the ,,H'emont and l ighilndI Park (Gardens of
'" MonTomery. and on te e v huons' r.otice can fu *n;ih any amro int of ut Flowers
and Ii e nRtiD wanted.
Carnations 75c per dozen. Delivered
since American Beauu'es S3.10 to S.)O per doz n,. Delivered
All Oher Roses 51.50 to $1.75 per dozen, to you.
, Finz Phone :;9. MISS VIOLETTE MOREXO.


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s THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 16, 1900.


TRIOlPHAL ENTRY


THE
CLKAtgIF4G
AND HE IAUNG


OF LORD ROBERTS C lt os
CIITRiRRO


Frazer Surrendered the Keys
of Bloemfontein.

8TEYN FLED FOR SAFETY

t'Ulo Jack Floats F rom Goveramemt
Building Orange Free State No
Mor--luberts Says the Ex-Pres.l-
delt l a **"Nonentitay."


LOomDN. March 15.-At precisely 1:39
o'clock Tuesday afternoon, a union
jack, specially made for this purpose by
Lady Roberts. was hoisted over the
presidency at L.oemwfoutein amilst the
acciamations of the commander-in-
chief's battaiions. in which, cnrious.y
eongh, the Orange Free S-ate burgh-
ere appear to have jG:ued w::h remark
able heartiness.
The oppodttln to the enrvy of the
Britush troops into the capital was in-
significant Boers were found oc.-nny-
ing a few hills south of the place. b-t a
few shells drove them otf and a: ,.' i
the morning some newspaper (.;:r-
ootd1ents enter cthe town : Yra*r and otner dfijisAl?. a1 uu.ded
them to were 1, ra Ia 'er:.s -too,. ,:1
on top of a hi.i wai inu .r tnem A.s
spoke:;iuan Mr 1 a1 ra ,a r. r..:e'';: 1c
for hie and properly &ZU i-cc rieaf'i
the keys
Lord Roberta. aceomupan:eJ Iy his
etaff, rode at the heai of a ceivalh aie a
mile long to the presidency. reve,,.iug
an ovation througaLcut the rout<. cui-
minariag min a remarkable uenite:istra-
tioa at the market square. Reaching
the governout buidwigs. Lord Rob-
esrt took pesee-ion of Ite city in the
*ama of the queen and tben repaired to
the presadeiey where the ceremony of
bhostang the unton jack ended forever.
aocoa ding o antveroai opiniou here. the
Boer government of the Free &ate.
Dnagre hi progress through the town
bead Roberm stopped and ordered tae
tesmat repieteases of goods which
were being looeed from the artillery
barracks by kaffira. thus giving the pop-
ul se ans eess assurance of the treat-
Pmeet they mogbt expect from the vio-
tors.
rreeodeot Seyn fled to Kcoonstadt
without rsp"yiag to Lord oberts' de-
mand for his surrender and the com-
mander4ta-rinof remarked afterward.
during the course of eonversa on while
br-akfatilg at She tarm of Preeulent
Seya's brother, that the ex-president
**"bad beoomse a nonenctty."
The ntrils troops, with the exception
of those ocessary to patrol the town,
reoastled- outside.
Bioemnfontein is now regarded there
at a sort t I bti. way inoue and base of
o.1prations for ine auvance on Pretoria.
lir j-rlSr .y. tI n lo ni i-IatoI.
N.Ev Y:;st, March : A ritspatch
frt::!i Pres.denit Kruater t Tno Eveuing
; ;7na.. datci I'i':oria. via Berlih,
.ars. "T'le itiurher wiul; only ee.ise
t cttn" wirn dea-tn JUar ':ces are re-
t3arin.i in &- wd order t. cur hlue of de-
l..uise oti lir own Vin: TTri., Natal cam.
>aitgo was l<'ncer in (ur favor tnan we
-xt",cte.i. Tue British wiii never reach
i'rerorta. Tae taurghers S c.yn, Jout rt;
a:: my-C :f. s a a a] te otberr,
arf ut,-'a., Tuere aie no differenores.
toJ ne.-p us "
J 'Io-rlt Press hl-.ith PK.I ().ns, March 15 Before re'nrn.
tig to tae troct today tG-nral Joubert
cnd to a press represoutative: "Ine
urage of the British s liters is be-
no question. Tnoy rushei tae kepjes
:J intrenchments in a learre-A mlan-
r. bat were not a match for rth Man.
.trs, which simply niJwed them down.
G .v. riam -"lt . PRETOrIA. March 1 -State Secretary
Re:ta this morning rcs:ed the follow-
mag anaoMoenment: **Ye.terday Bloem-
foasein was occupied by the British
after the burghter had retired in a
northerly direction. Toe seat of the
rovernmeat of the Fr-o. .tase has been
alUady transferred to Krocusta!t."
tirslr.lte.um I.. Veie..
CAPz Tow.N March 15 -The Trans.
vaalers at Bloemfoutein threatened to
turn their guns on the town it the
peace advoMewe refused to fight. but the
.bweat war navasitag. The war party
3ed. The British are now working tbe
free ~tate railroad.
IilI Destroy Joh.ane'eburag.
Esrw Yor.t. March 15 -Montague
Whase confoairms the rumors that tbe
Boere will utterly destroy Johannes-
burg if forced to do so. Pretoria could
oot be defended. be says, if Johannes-
burg were permitted to rema n.
C(lesent s*ed ( BETHULE BRKIDGE CAMP. March 15.-
General Clement's brigade has eff'oted
a junction with General Getsecre's
troops at Baraeredorp. A patrol left
stday for Aliwalnorth to join hands
wi;h General Brabsmt.

fl i\; vn:-, GA (. Mirch 15 -As a pre-
aoutonary measure a general vaccina-
twa as in progress in Columbus. Thts


wmorn'n=: 30 defendants faced the re.
c.rdor :or haviug refused to be vacci-
mated. Confronted with the prospect
. Ioing to jaii, they bared the:r arms.
however.
('aldeirheaNd lR'nominulted.
MAN.HTTAr Kan.. March 15.-Con-
reossman W Vi.am A. Caiderhead was
soday renomimated by the Republican
mnmvention of the Fifth oongresswoual
asstrict.

-I think I would ,:o crazy wi'i:
p:ti; w-re it niot for ( ih'?iihe'rl:tii-'
Pain llin.' writ- Mr. \V H. S;a-
pl. ton. H.-rtinie. Pa.. I:.Atv- .-
11'eted with rthe uni : .ti-;i f< -- v..-* ;
v,..r-; aild havp triedl r lt.-*.diti- v i'* -
u,.: nUiiiiimb r. but Paini W.tilii i" tht
he-t ine-dicine I haiv- :,:t hil ( f.'"
t inv nnlicatlol t..li.-Vli te- Prlt'


CATARRH FRENCH REPUBLIC KI DEY DISEASES VIDAL & SMITH,

gluo COUNTING SOLDIERS of An ] i


Ely's Cream Balm
1*% :t t.1 ph.. lot mh hhEL jS .
i~i it --. C (t tire

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JURY OBJECT TO GARDINER.
Wasted to MAk& an Invrestig.-ation
ithlotit o t ilsm.
Nrw YoK. 'larch 13 -Asensa'ional
element was iuj-eted into the reform
movement today whea the grand jury
formally protected aga:ust th.3 presence
of District Azttrney Gardiner during
the exantnaI:nan ,f Dr. Parkturst.
Saortir after they assemnioed tne grand
jary went in a L.-ov before Recorder
6off and asked for instructions.
The foremann aAid tha: toe orderly
proceedings oi bauiueSs nad been inter-
ferel with and tbe crani jury desired
to eximne witn-isees without the preq-
*rice of any member u: the district at-
torney's ofit?. A pinrited c liolquv en.-
sned between C iudti Gardiner and Rle-
corder Goff, the latter decinug to al-
low the distric: attorney to address
him.
Finally Colonel Gardinor was allowed
to state nas side of tme controversy. He
claimed that he bad a right to be pres.
eat in the grand jury room and to ad.
vis the jury if necessary in the exam-
mnatson of the witnesse.
Recorder Goff, in a lengthy address.
sustainmed the grand jury. He defined
the conditions ander waich the district
attorney might be present, but said the
right was hunted to the giving of in-
formfamton to the grand jury. After
tbag iatormateon had been give. said
ise reomort., ias foaisetoas ese and he
must withdraw. Colonel Gardintr as-
tempted to oueter a protest, but this the
recorder refused to near.
lltarlefM ***<* Meql*loy.
euanLusro. March 14 -At a mtet.
isS of the oity conaaci held tonight an
offiotal invitation was extended so Pres.
ident McKioney to visit ObarlestoO da.-
lag the onveotioa of the National Ed-
noasional aisociation. which is to be
held here during next July.
Shot It. Falb-r-.I.Law.
A% Frcor. S. C., March 14.-Bark
Bo t. a prominent farmer near here,
has been fatally shot by his son-in-law,
(eorre Keasier The men had a dis-
pute abnut a fence corner and had been
quarreung tor several days.

How'*. This!
WV- offu.r One Hutinilr,-d DI)ll.r- r,.-
warl f",r t n ':.-. 4f Catarrh t'iat
callnlt bf <'.-!', d toy H a; '- <';tarrh
C'nr .
F. J. 'IKNI- V. & ('1, T ka.cI,. (.
We. t !h- ltd"r-zi.d;;'d. h ,vt- killwn
F..1. C'ir-in-y. tI-r th;- la-t 1 V y.-ar-.
:And leli.-ve- hini pe.rfectly hl ,onorahl.
in all lii-i n -- tran. -actii- i and
qnabi:allyv abll- to carry out any (ob-
ligation!- -iiad,. l1y their fi' 11.
WEST & TI 1 AX,
Wholesale DI)rusgiz-ts,. 'ITolIi, '.
\%'h ^-'lp Ir' ny ist-. cl' 0.
Hall'- Cattarr.tl Cure is taki 1 in-
tornally. ati;in directly upon tho,
hlool and inciou su .rface- ,if th,:-
-y-.t I'n. 1 ije'* 7.,c. per bottle Sold
by all druizzi-t-i. Tle tiinolrti:i+ free.
Hall'- fath:ily l i.i, ar-e th be-t.

ears the 1"a k rd Vo Have AhlWy Bov.1



ceut- p. r week.

Coffee: Coffee::
IIH' call the attention of
the general public to the
fact that we hare one of
the best equipped Roasters
in the South. and that we
can furnish this delicious
beverage at prices that
defy competition. I"e also
wish to remind !lou that our
Coffees are always fresh
from the Roasftr. l'h le
others are old and have lost
their aroma, our's ix fresh
and delicious.
,ew' O(irleans Gr'ccer'/('o.,
.TAS. JM'II'H GH,
Phone 10J Proprietor.


OPERA IIOUSE.

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Tuesday. March 20.



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Wj!te; S. EBi'dm.* Mtager.


TU~E-PA liI


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Pt --- Ali A'.WAN .


Significant Inquiry Sent to
Her Colonies.


eases.

FOLE Y' IEY CURE ls i
UL I 6uarrintomd Renmdl


FRANCO-RUSSIAN MENACE ormoney refunded. Contains

The Great Europe.an War Threatened. rme&s recognized by enii-
France Arparently Wants to Vight. nent hysicias as the best for
Sout Afrti.n War M.y Not l. .u Kidney and Bladder troubles.
Pretoria. PRICE an $1.00.
W. A. D'ALEMBERTE.


.itw YoK, March 15 -A dispatch
to The Journal and Advertiser from
London says:
A private telegram from an unim-
peachabie source iu Paris says that the
minister for the colonies sent cipher
cabes yesterday to 'the govcraor of
every French colony, asking, almost in
the words of Mr. Chamberlain to the
British colonial governors, how many
soldiers were available for immediate
use.
M. de Crais asked for a detailed state-
ment from each governor of the num.
ber of reservists andi o'.on'a forces,
lists of officers, non-cuuoimissioned offi.
cers and men.
The minister's cables were long and
in cipar and were tent all over the
worla; to the colonies in A rica, to
Madagascar, lonkin. Gu.adaloupe, Mar-
tinique, French Guiana and every
French colony on earth.
It is also said that cables of a similar
tenor were sen: to Frenct conwuls, asK-
ing for lists of Frencin soldiers in or-
eign countries who ccui return to
Fr.itre it, the event oi their services
beiug needed.
Tnis ni-,.," aimnr-ant news is no:
known to ,any ot tue London papets,
and probably cot to any of those in
France. It will cause a sensation here
when at becomes known. For England
is watching with eyes of wonder the
preparations that her neighbor is mak-
ing for war.
Coming as i does right after the an.
nounoement thas the autumn manen-
vats wil be a demosntration by MOO.000
men on the SgMHsh channel, it will
ena s the Brtish war office and ad-
miralty to betir themselves In anticil-
Samon of heMilities, for Its really doee
Sto look it France meant war.
Fracne and Ruesia we working hand
in head and SaUbury's diplomacy may
be called upon for supreme efforts ft he
desires to avoid the greatest war the
world has ever seen.


I'ttles for Lent.
All the faithful who have cortn-
pleted their twenty-first year arid
who have- not begun their ,ixtio-th
year, and who are not exeiimpt.-d fromi
the oblib.-;ation of fasting by sickness,.
hard stork a.r other w-Ill known re-a-
-ons, are- ,,bliged to fa-t 4n all tht-
dav- of Lent except tiunday-.
On troAe Yfays but one full meinal i-
ailw,,.d., which -hliould not b) taken
be.for- nool.
(u-totn allow- a cuip of coffee. tea
cr thin chocolate., :ii;< a -Unail pie-ce-
of b:ead (or a crack- r. t,, t- taken ill
te il riillair; lII ii! tha- t-v- ila.r. ;a
c,.llatil.i, not exct-e-dinlg the fourth
iart of :-in ordinary i:ie:tl. i.e all'w-t-d.
At thi-; collation, lbutt-r, ha-e---.
tliik, egi.- and all kids of finict.
ti !i and1 ve'e-tablem art' alliowd.
\VWhnti tie Iprincipal weal cannot
with out grave in:c nvnianlce h
takt-n ;,t ino i,, it i- lrtiiiisibl- toc
t.ka- t e 'oll.ttion in tl-.e a i o rniic,
aiidl the, dinner ill the- evenitin
Ab-tinence froni tht'e nie of tfle-h
i- i"j -inied owi ill tlhet \Ve and l-'ridav- , tirday of Einlie-r Wee-k aijd on Holy
S atuIrdl:v.
The u-e of lard i- allowed in cook-
Fli-h and tle-h are not allowed at
thI" -;ii- ni-al u. evt-n ton Sutndays.
l':z. thi--se, milk and butter may
be us-d evpry diay. but ab-tinence
from all of the-e i.s recommended on
G(,,)d Friday.
PerFson- exempted from the obli-
gation of fniti.if are not bound b:..
the re-striction of using lneat but
once a day on the dayn iu which the
u.-u of meat i- permitted by dispen-
Childret over seven years of age
are hound by the law of abstinence.
unless excu-ed by rickne-s or other
canse-e.
Tne paschal time. in which all
Catholic. who have cola" to the
years of discretion are bound to re-
ceive holy conimutii, i worthily, ex-
tendl(I from the tir-t Sunday of Leict
till Trinity Sunday. inclusive. Chil-
dren ,ov-r ;even years ,of age are
bound by the precept of annual con-
fe-.,ion. Pastors and purente- should
peeo that the children comply with
this duty.
The ltholy season of Lent i- a time
.f prayer. of sorrow focr -itn. oif seclu-
-ion from the world and it- amiute--
ments, and of generous alhn-giving
By a -pecial indult Lr;anted to t',,,
hi-o0 8 a If the- Inited S'Rat< s for :.
ye-;r-. datinit ftiln MNar2h 15. l'5
werkinz p-oeple, w-ho vninot eta-il
.l)-serve the conionl law af the
church, are di-penn'ed from the ob-
lijation aof abstinllte.ce ot' all days, of
tile vyar e-xc-pt F'riday-. A-li
W\edneI-dtay. Holy We-k acid Chri.t-
inas Eve. TH'i- di'penzatio:t dol-
itt ex,'t-pt fcrnml thle additional ob-
li;.atiin ,f fa-tin-. where -u'hi ex-
i-t-. ntr d!,-- it Aiit!h-riz,< tt- use of
I.-h th :nd t i--h :t tl- cii" -il. I'
i: l**l- --. hIow-t-r. tit vonly the 1:i !i-
vidiu li wo-rkm:n.-! it wh-e tav',,r it 0-
:r:init, d. but all th- itoe-mber- ,of ti.-ir
tai.il:e- t-, wv ll. Ia r' turn it i- ex-
p et.-d- th!at thlo--, w-lo avail thi-ni-
-, .1--. I tlli- and ilt w aill en., aivii r ti
alcit. r illt- the- 'jaIrit cf t!i,- hl-ly 1
--i oi t I- nt by volunit iry act- ; -if i -
iiic.t t i, r *).! \ iw r ;nv i ";>lrii- ivi !IZ A
;h-tal' ing du l;,: I.p+it fro,,i - I i:cts. its ho;,or ,I th --acred thcir-tcf
,our oivil.e ; Pavi,,r.
Th. who entertai,. any re;.aona-
bl di,;ubt about the ir obli-,;'ationi to,
f:a-t or abstain. oughtt to apply to)
tile-ir pa.-tor onr t.f-s.tr fotr advice
EI-WABD P. ALL.N.
l.i-hop of Mobile.
Mobile. Ala February 16. ItaNi.


L-)!A. 0.. WMircci 14 --S-quire Daffleld
tcdiv discharged Y. L Michael. vice
president of the -`Au-ricau Na-ional
baaik, who was arrainezle on &~charge
ol roubvig that insnttuniouof $1bi,000.
wue nysteriouu41v di~appeareei. Mr.
X3Aiusists that his arreat was a
L.az3Kjw;i1iwg shn

K -jF, .March 1I I Former Premier
Cri-tL) is setiois~y il with influenza,
Cori -)I., ate.1 wixti br'enc-Iit:9, and he is
ur.i .b-at, 1retam o qi moreover, a re-
ut*jit oo~rat.on %w.:x- i ho untierwout for
tilt r-:mir, If ca Ii cru'.aC troves to hare
b-o-, it f-iure an,; his eoatntiou is caus.


~A iv;.L:.Marc-.i !4 A special to
Trae Eannewr frcm Eri toi.7'uu.. says:
Rev. F. A Ader-,ei. srai:zevarngeiist
of the Curisciair ZV3r".i ,u \.rginia.
was killed at Cuiliznwie, Vat., t,'ciiev hv
the' souibb ound vei;ibu.e train. Ht, wils
kuny,:ked off a I rid~ge.


TO Tl- I'CCIKBIC.


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Sole Agents for Celebrated YELLOW LA EL
__other High-Grade Whiskies.z,.

PROPRIETORS OF THE OFFICE SALOON


F. C.


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First National Banik


OF PENSACOLA. FLA.


I have j'i-t r.-ce-iv ld a i :" e lot of
all kinds tf ,andies. :iind -ell theIi a! D Zx:L33C OXLsB
very roea-onabla- prices.
M. M. L rg!e. 2-J cents per pound. WM. H. KNOWLES, W. A. BLOUNT. F. C. BRENT, W. K. HF. i.-? .
Chocolate Drope, -,) cents per D. 0. BRENT.
pound.
Multan Mixed, 2 pounds for 2 I f I
All Fancy Mixed Candy. the bestre i
ever brought to Pensacola,at 40 cents
per pound. Call and see for your-
%elf.
They are fre-h and fine just from ap- We draw our own Bills of Exchange on Great Britain. Ir .
the vines. C. APosTL8. Germany, France, Austria, Italy, Holland, Spain, Belgium, Roauta N
.'4jlm way, Sweden, Denmark and other European countries.

Comfortable mattresses, XW'Vesseel Disbursed upon the Mot r Favorable Terms, and t
pillows, etc., to go with your Obligations Taken Payable at Port of Deatination Ten or Fifteen *I -.
new furniture. You, can after Vessel Arrives there.
buy the whole outfit from A Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent in Conn~?ctlon
Marston f Finch. with which we have a Private Ap&rtment for tbhe T'a
of Hema+ore


Medical Society, Attention.
There will be a regular meeting of
the Peneaccla Medical Hocietv at
the Board of Health oflf.c at t
o'clock p. mi Tuesay.a March :-7.
Visiting physicians arti cordiall:
iuvited to attend.
D. W. MCMILLAN. M. D.,
President


E. F. Tlpiwu-E, MI. D.,
w'iecretaryc.


Cold Weather
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hfp t ("4ittl I 'U >o n ,rk *!i 'rp fs.r '] t i o.
orr h.-at ing p;r -,.-' e rs, ..iit ra' p

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Monday, April 16, 1900.

Ticket- .-,iij ent- l.adies Free. Free
Trani-port:,tion on Dummy.

WEEKLY -CHEDULI,
FOR 8TBAM DIVISION
PWNSAOOLA 5LEG lUC TERMINAL
RAILWAY COMPANY.
Trains leave P-nsacola for the Little
Bayou. Palmetto ieasb. Warrington. Navy
Yard and Fort Barrancas at
4:1 a. nm. arrive at Fort Barraneea 7:16a.m
Io:uo a. m. arrive at Fort Barroeancas 10 4.5a.m
I:A p.m.arrlveat Fort Barrancae l:4Sp w
8:>0 p. m. arrive at Fort Barrancas 4:15 pm
: .5p. m. arriveat Fort Harrancas 7:lop
*s:(W) p.m. arrive at Fort Barrancas 9:16 p.m
Trains leave Fort Barranoa for PenDa-
cola at
T: a.) m. arrive at Peniacola... *1 sa. in
11:'X p. m. arrive at Pensao'a ........ 11 :p.m
:O p.m. rrve at Pensacola ....... 2:4%w. m
i*m, p m arrive Hat P"nsacola 7:46 p m
7:(0i p. m. arrive at Pensao!a ....... 7:46 p
t:46 p. m. arrive st Penosaoolia......... 9:0 p. im
*M%'orartria Onlv.
In effect leto. let., 1 's .
SUNDAY sCHNDPrDi.
Leave Penasools. Lv Fort Barranow.
a. m. 10 a. m.
ii a If m.
I m. p m.
Sp.m sp. m.
*p.m *p.m.
6p.m. o.
Sp. m. 7p.m.
PAREK FOR WKFK D AYt.
'eintsacola to F'ort Harrancas an' rettorn 4W
Pensacola to Navvy Iard and return ..
Pensaeola to Palmetto Bpeach anr return 16t
FARE rOK SUNDAY
Pensacola !o jat Iarrancas Navy
I ard and r'i-na ... ............. .
Pensae,>a to Pairaletto i.,ach and
r*tnrn... .... .... --
SDRINK LION BEER!' N


11%IL10l BEER!


EndoreJd by all Phyvicia:in m;a t'ei
only Beer ab-,olute.ly tree rromn adul-
te-ration.
Geo. Pfeiffer, Agent,


PENSACOLA.


Telephone No. 1-7.


4 t a ,,,!-. iN arl .- 14 F: (a,
and Rail roat tr..--!..


THE ORIGJTI&L ,


ST. LOU1I


A.B. C.


BEER.


V. J. VIDOl Sole Wholesaler.

ItsO 1JIS[I3. BIOIDIE$ wIlEs IIPRIED lID DOIEST0

Pall Jales ani Eco 8priis Celeiratel TiisL,
iRt I TOE OF ClUT TOIC.
PHONE 154. : : : : P.O. BOX 57.
JUG & FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED
Fr". Delivery to Any Part of tba i'ity.
lW-All orders left at The Offee. Vidal & Smitb, will t ecar-,' *
attseudd to.


DUNN'S *

HOTEL


ON EUROPEAN PLAN.


Three Peg lr

lCals Fach I

25c Eact


Restaurant Attached, Open Day and Night.
OYSTERS-. F-ISH AND GAME ,(OF ALL KINDS IN 'E.,-

Special Orders at Any Hour.
RATES:-F-r.,ni Fr :I '. -, :. r D)ay. % LODGIN :(
5.t.5 anil 51t M. Sth Pa.latx MSreer t enimactsa.. r ,erla 25 and C O-7


JOHN PURDY,*-

Foundry l Y Machine Shop-,
C(ENTKAL \tlHAKF- CO

Telephone 346.


Pensacola. FIRl


P A T T E R V -- C A V F N G $. I M H E R T R U C K -4. S M A I A -
Car W! ee-l-, Wood anid trot Puile .Haiavcrd. Pcx-.
factured to Order in Fir~t-Cla--, I'Workniinlike M-Wirc'-r
bmler Rates


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Chinepta and Japanese
*=Fancy Goods,=-*
FINE CHINA TEAS.


ARE YOU < GEN. WHEELER IN ALABAMA.
ARE-YOU' A Passed Throughl Momtgonery Earoute
DAIN K UP I in health. to w.M ,to,.
constitution undermined by ex-h ATLANTA. March 1.-General Joseph
constitution undermined by ex- Wecer passed through Montgomery
travagance in eating, oy disre- thi- muraina earoure to Washington.
gardinc the laws of nature, or H. is travelin, via the Southern. Gen.
Z1 i "i T eral Waeeier ,iuli:aed to divccsi public
physical capital all gone, if aeone. le evaried quntionds as to
N EVER D.AIR i. tneprobible tight against his taking his
NEVER DESP IAI I se "t in congress aud ali national iues.
.Tutt's Liver Pills wi. Dct ussig the sitcaioin n the Philip-
Tutt Lver Pls ll ure yo. pines tie ad be beheved hostilities
For sick headache, dyspepsia would cease so soon as the newly a.-
s p poinaet cowmissioon should arrive in
sour stomach, malaria, torpid tne Phihpplued. He was much im.
... pressed of the Filipiao with whom he
liver, constipation, biliousness came in ciniact.
d 11 k d d d j. Ge-jeral Wa,"er is iu 'ood bhoalth,
and all kindred diseases. hanlug stood nis voyage remarkably
Tutt's Liver Pills we
T u t bsolu te SPEEDY TRIAL IS ORDERED.
an absolute cure. .
cMen Chbrged With Assessination of
--.--.. ..... .. (l~bGoebutl U et lHearag.
1ii.sisaippi R.ver CommriTssiton. FRANKFORT, Ky., March 15.-At a
Mipnits, March 153.-The Missiaippi conference between the county and dis-
river comiuuis3ion will arrive in Mem- trict court officers here is was deter-
pnis Satur iay on the commission mined to have returned hero Secretary
steamer Miii's,ippi. The commisason Iof State Powers. Holland Whittaker.
i o i i i annual s iupection tour and its IW. H. Conlon and Captain Davis, the
eariv visit to M -nuatl is ei erit looked four ,slegii accessories to the asssii-
erward to by thosj interested in the nation n0 Governor Goebel and to give
great water way. tnemna speedy examining trial.
S......... __ Tne orer of traInsfer from Louiaville
1Ti k-y Aliriu-I. was made this morning by County
T March 15.-Terei Judge Moore, and deputy sheriffs will
C, )\..-TA\ ;', '. M ,irch ".leave at once to bring the prisoners.
great auixiety in uflia l circ es here re- Tne prisoners will be arraigned sepa-
gar:;ning tu-. }-.s aiiu government's re- rateiy and it is thought that bail will
ussal to mtodity i:s remarks regarding be granted to two of them by consent
railroad concession in Asia Minor. cf the commonwealth.
The Turkt.i government advises against -
submiu:s-iti. ,i'lI'tl.K BOOI Cl ( E:I:.
a "- "".r 3yi .iLn < firing Prtovii.ig Faill Ito Sut-
M<>;",iMinl;Y, Ala., March 15 -Fire fIer~ .


today at R-d4 bd r %ii,-. a suburb of Mont-
gonmery, destroyed three large g-neral
st( r-s T'tie ieos, $.-j.i0u, i('overed by
in-oriu.i'- Tne rtortes were o; Cileti
by .1 M Carr, 'P. O'lear ana Max
G(;ubuucg.
Bill A s thony* asponwt. t
W.:asi-o(roN, March 15.-The direo-
tor of the- con-us today appointed the
widow of Bi3 Anthony, of "Maine"
ai:no, a c.erk in tue census bureau.
lDem.ru-tlve Mr.,.
11 KI'TS)>, Mass., March 1,.-Fire
t; !a ;,,, s. roveid ive of the best business
Il.ui' im:s In this place. Loss estimated
at a;.-. UlJ to tio t000.i .
DAILY MARKET REPORTS.
COrTT0A.


I- .ver Blood Pur ? Are you ~ure
o; i? DI)i <. its r -crate .ti hesal
-iw|-j l),.s ynlour skin itch or burnii'.'
IHIve yv u I'iinilphs.? E.rutption?
A ch in;: BoIi ; or Back? EFx'za-i:i'.'
(I1 o, -reH-.' Boil-? Scrofula? Ri.n- -
iii.iti-in? Foul IlBreath? Catarrhi?
'Are voi pale? If so purify your
Blood it )oncel with I. B. B. ( Botanili.
Blood Balm). It "i akes the Bloodh
Pure and Rich. heals very ,bore
anud giv-es a clear. smooth., healthy
skin. Defp-,ated cas.-s like ulcers,
lancer, eating sores, Painful Swel-
lings, Blood Poison are quickly
urged byl I. IB. B1., made ez ~eeiallY
f,,r all ob.tii-ate Blood and Skilt
Troubles. B. 1. It. is diller-nt froin
other remiedie-s oecauii-e B. It. II.
> dit'tkiln thie-t l l and ti][,1n ,11101, ;r l 1-'n i r i1t


N S w Ool MArc, 1: 3. illK CIo K C.. ij l .- -I.
.imuiiry rchhi.rv .c (f the Bhood and entire svstel m so
reinry.......... 77 the symptos cannot return. Give
.irc,... .... ... .' 44 ..... 9.6: it a trial. It cures w hen all else fti.il,.
Apr,. .... .... 6.i ThI orolughly tested for 30 years. sold
,ay .. .............. .... 6j at drug stores at $1 per large bottle,
jUUe.. ............. 4. a .... -5.- 6 latj, bottles (full treatm ent) 5.
Ju i ....... .. 4 ....9.55 sutrerirs may test it, a trial bot-
pL .....li.r .... ..8 .4 3 tl given away absolutely free.
Oiouoer ....... ( .... s.03 Write for it. Addrpss B II,)OD)
.Aov,,er.. ..... 7 .... 7 .w BALM CO., Atlanta. (;a. Write to-
.ec .e: .. *... 7 -.9 day. I)es-cribe troubleand free med-
.ipot c.)ttona losod quiet. muilddlng up- ical advice given.
lan *". z:nid.ll;:g gulf 10',. Sales 117 ..
l RAIN AN PROVISION. J. I. Stephens has a large assort-
CHICAGO. Marchb13 o0V 1,1104 O nient of Solid Sterling Silver and
1.Ai-Marcti .... .... Roers Knives. Forks and Spoon
%MoIAT-May ....6 2 cu. .... C66 1
)\ HKAT-Juiv ........ .... t7 -'
\ir Al --'-ptemier ..... t; GIAND I) EXCURSION
U (JIN-.-IM4lc .....


oUAT-May ... .... 7
UAOt.-J uily .. 8
E-.iy. .. .y 2.";24 a

1 1..4' .a n d .
a'..i .. :,1 |To Greenville, Montgomery and Bir-
LA .'A .... ."....... .. 1 iii .i lnglaiii, Saturday night, Ml re.i
LA D--.lUy ....... .... 76 31, leaving l'iil)IX Depot at ]>:30 oil
LIB9S--M lrti ...... .... 1 i;0 regular lius-en)ger train. Fire for
ti .-Mt- 6 -o .... U6I) t oulnd trio: Pensacola to lMont-
t a-Jly ... .. .. 6 2 .,' oli- ry. b..-4: to (11't-lnville, .;{350;
N.V. L STOR .. Biiiingtami.. $ ;i,' From Ciin -
ISAVANNA&H .larch 14.-Splrito turpe n as l'enacla. Pa ties
tue tirm at 4, receipts, 4U3. sale W. ex-4.iirll leer W a l toi. et
ports 15li. Roin firm; receipts 1,00l. mHale desiril:g sl.eper Will apply to ticket
I.'.<- exp ir:os '26. Quoti: A. 11, (' aizent in till. Purchase tickets at
1). I. < EK. 1t..5. F. $1.614 G, $1.A H. lticktt ollice. Tickets good for flwv
l..> 1. ..) K. $2.-. M. c2.0o. N., $ ., ..v, to I.': rn"'.n anv rgrila'' p:s-
windowglass 3.N, waterwhtte 6..40. n Cr r in. For fourth r Iinforina-
WILMI'tNTON.M.arch 14.-Spirits tupen. .
tCie steady at 631' ,t54: receipts I. Rosia tI i a' '; .0
noth:iig doing; receipts .'15. Crude tur- (iiliT.K\ I N\t or
pentine q.iet at Pllt!4- "':5; receipLs 10. Tar P. Tlf.MAS,
hltady at tl.O. receipts t;13 8 'enr ;noli.


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BEWARE OF IMITATIONS
". I- ad.Lpt,1 f: every variety of dish-from Turtlc' to Beef. from Salmon
to Y-:aaks. :o a.'1 of which it gives a famous relish."
JOHN DUNCAN'S SONS, Agents, N. Y.





CRONIeS SALOON
o--IDFALER IN--o

ImpUrte antd Domestic Wines, Liquors and cigars.
JUG TRADE A SPECIALTY.


Connver Rolinort and Devilllrs eS4.


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S. A. FRIEDMAN, Prop.

AGENTS FOR


High-Grade


Liquors.


SILVER BROOK, PRIVATE STOCK BEN HARDIN SOlP'I MASH.
VERY FINE; FRIEI)MAN'S CELEBRATED OLD P'R VATE
STOCK, 12 YEARS OLD; OLD SILK VELVET. KEN-
T('CKY'S PERFECTION OF PARITY. ANI)
LOTS OF OTHER BRANDS WHICH
PI'ACE WILL NOT PERMIT
TO MENTION.

.gg Thp Larze-t and ,Ve-t Seletcted Stock of B.ttrI W itikyv ar'l
Wiues for[ Family i'se.
THE JUG TRADE IS OUR MAIN SPECIALTY.
L WpAlqo Agent for the FI'amous Pabst Milwaukpe Beer. Free Deliv-
(ry to every Part of the City.


P. O. Box 41.",


PENSACOLA. FLA.


Tleplhoilne 179.


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ALLIGATOR


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i-OOPPOSITE UNION DEPOT.i-am

W. C. NORMAN, Proprietor.


Telephone No. 46.


---THE CHOICEST AND MOST POPULAR BRANDS CF--

WBii:i: W11119 aiK u.JA


-i5DBEERS, ETC.,-'6


II WOO AND CLASS, LANSE OR SIILL Q'A1XITIES.


SOE AGENTS FOR


PENNLAND RYE WHISKY.
I(OKHILL, SOLR MAS 4H.
YELL )WSTONK RYE WHISKY,
DAIRY MAID WHI.KY.
ATLANTA BREWING COMPANY H
CELEBRATED BEER-KE.,< lo'TTL.:.


H. H. WICKE,

Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter,
No. & South Palafox Street.
All Kinds o. Plumbing and Gaw Fittings Materiala Kept rnT Hand


%LIr.PPJONK 3225


SOMETHING NE W

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o---ALT ---.

HALL & KLEIN'S


Mammoth Retail Grocery,

502-504 SOUTH PALAFOX ST-,
Tololthoxn.e 300.

L i0'Patron-. N,'w wa:,, l lld, ;art' C'rdijlly Iivit.-d to) V\ -it trl I I n rt
th1 .ii I illIrII St,,Ick.


A. M. AVERY,
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ALL ORDERS SERVED ON SHORT NOTICE ron, Naill, Axes, Bhovels, Saw Mill and Steamboat huppiles, Cooking
AT ANY TIME AT REASONABLE PRICES. and Heating SBtoves, Paint, Oils and Window Glass,

.-^ ooms for Rent by the Day, seek or Month. AApte and Tinware and HouseftrulshIng Goods.
3i, 312 Norll Tarragola Strast, Opplsite Unioo Dipat. OGuns, Pistols and Fishing Tackle.
S-Teiephone 68.--0 AGENT for Birmingham Rolling Mill Company, Revere Giant
--.4*GEO. WILSON & CO.,:.- Stitched Belting, Northampton Emery Wheel Company, Laftin &Band
Don't Forget to Stop With the Fat Man. owder Company, Johnson's Kal.omine, Iron King lad Buck's Stores
rnrr,, urnrTnmra nrmu;a asin m,,air.ir II nr T,,,, g and Ranges, Wm. Conpgs&Co.'s Baw Hide Lace Leather, Maurr' Beady


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8 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 18,1900.


ST. PATRICK'l DAY.
How It Will he (Celebrlated by the
HibW rnians.
Division No. 1, Ancient Order
Hiberniatis, will assemble at the hall
at 7:30 o'clock a. in.. and proceed to
the dummy station to e-cort the
Warrington contingent to St. Joseph
church, where Solemn H'gh Ma--
will be c-elebrated at s::k0.
After Ma-Q the parade will form it
the cornier f ( Goveriiment and Barce-
lona streets. TIh- Catholic C('i-r;-y of
Penecla aandl Warrinmt1",, ih- r-i;i-
tinet and 'olditrsa a: the Navy Y;ard
and Bir- ari<-;-. ;al. th- Pe-'ia-aiv.la
iit" y cV it;>i.a i -. tiCe C'Itl.elic
Kniaghti- (of Ami -rica. all Iri-li-An,-r-
icali. 'ai- d o lt-" ('lr c iz-in whto ai -;r
will he ivittd to I'ar: cipat- in :ti-i
parade.
The lin- of march will be v- f,,;-
low-: Ea-t on (iovertiieiit t, P'tia-
ftox treet-. north on Palafox to,
Weight -tre-t. -outth on Palaifox t.
i<>v,.rili Vit-!i *tr,--t. ,. -t ,t- ( ,-,v, ; -
in-,nt ti, J t.r-.i-. -'re--t a td di-t) r;i
at th-s' ,utlieo -:-, (*... i r cof t e ,l .. z
The, par:ide w;il te,. ..c .d ilv :
(On account of St. P'ari.k -s dcly
fa 11 Lii ,,*n ^ 'lIItll4y li e- e~t0v- N tiin ( i--
, Ibratiaii w ili t ik- ;, ,('.- at t!l- o,,i.-i,
h ,)u-e4 ,:1 Ml ict i ,. l,, t, j';-t.. ;t' 1' I .
ill.. I t 1n wL,"i v :t'. 'C)otin-r i f -eat va (.i. .i.. w;ll i. -
liver a:i ,riti :i .

T: i- very ) 1 .r' t, -t itid idl y 'la i' i,t
F.#*-, our dit, r i4,r utT',-r \v'jii. ;, ,ii'--
ii.' the- arrtiv'-il t It d- 't r. Al
Alt, iy YN. .Y :air ,in c i ,' : 'i
tand -+< thi hld J II \.-(V -:"*
with crou;p. N,,t I 11iii.: ti.- d -t. r
iti. he l,-ft w ,trd f.,r hn:i ta t '" Jm
lice oi li re- ttrn li. II al- .,i i [I-
al b,,ttle ,,f ('lf :n i.b, rl., ti' ('.,u z l
R etill i't. w l:'c'! I f- t,1 ; d W --iv' -
xomjne relief until ti dl,'tor dtw,,tl
arrive. It a ft-w thour lihe- re-tilr n ; l
.-ayinlir the ti-i t!ar i+e-d ftit (o *ille'. :-
the chiid wa- Iuin'w ) h,-tte-r. "I -
drurggi-t. Mr. itti, ScliO!z. =:yvs to ,
family l:as -ice ra.cotiitnl-lid #.d
Chatiberl.iin ( Cough Revit > dy to
their nteighbtor and friend-. uiil I.-.
has a ion'nlit demand for it Ir. In
that part ,of the country. F',r -:ile
by Hannah Bros., 21 South Palafiax
street.
COTTON MILL MACHINERY.
Atsata Will Ketabliah Big Plait For
Its 31.nufactur..


ATLraNT. March 1&-Atlanta to to
have. inside of four months at the very
farthest, a magnifoent plant for the
manutactre of ecottoa mill machinery,
with. apaTestock of .00.00.
Of this amount $100,000 will be raised
in Atamsa through the efforts of the
Busines Mea's league. Of the remain.
iag SO.OUO. $3K0,0o has already been
piedd by larme English and New
Euglad capitalists, who have had the
matter of loetinaR nob a plant in At-
lasta under consideration for some
months
The aannua' output in machinery by
the plant will be valAed at $3.500,000,
and of this amount it is expected that
the cotton mills of the south will pur-
ehase fully 75 per cent yearly.
RAILWAY TO BE EXTENDED.
Will Pen-trate Rich Mlleeral Fields
of North Carollna.
ENoxvI.I.r, March 15.-At a meet-
ing of the stockholders of the East Ten.
aesmee and Western Narth Carolina
railroad, held at Johnson Oity Tuesday
afternoon, it wa decided to extend the
road from rrnterry to Lincolnton. N.
C., about 7i wriles. Ltocolnson is about
Su maies weat of Cnarlotte. N. 0.
The extension wi'l penetrate the rich
'Piuaist of magnetic iron ore. for whioh
'feesWn North Carlinsa as famous. Is
Sill also oach the Mitaeell county gold
.sction. Morganton, N. G.. will probes.
by be on the route.
Small x iWall li- Diaciused.
Moiwromxat, Ala., March 18.-The
Alabama State Medical association will
hold its manual oonventleo in Jlout.
gomery on April 19. Among t e im-
portallnt matters to be considered by the
aeotatua is the ainorease in smallpox
in de state. A general vaccinatlio biid
weas itroduo d into tte last legislasu-e
and was iadoreed by practioally all of
the plysiesame, tut for some reason it
failed of passage. Is in probable that
the eo emation a tite annual meeting
wall interest itself in a similar measure
for the public good. Dr. J. P. LaGrand
of Birinagham ias president of the asso-
elation.
That TritlUbiiag tHlra ach-
Would quickly leave you. if you
uaed Dr. King'< New Life Pill.
Thon-tand aof sufferers have proved
their mnatchles n merit for Sick awd
Nervou- Hltadaches. They m1ke'
pure blood ian. etronlg nerves at. d
uild up tour health. Ea-y "o tik"e
Try them. Only 2.' cents.. Monie-v
hback if not cur-d. Siild by W. A.
D l'.h-lmb-rte. IDrui:i.s-t.

Have Y< ur Pintici.
nrid Pape'r Ha.nginii done by util-t.-
I it p- ',opl-. in an up-to-dat .tt l, 1-'.
lSv p; trcnizin: J E. R--- &A Co.. No.
11 N. P laflf x. Phii ;<'. 21:-t!
0old Medal-itoa HARPERI whi-. k.
at New (Orlan.- & \i!dIK F':ii ('l;i-
'.tao Try it. v',, wiil e-inld.:- ti.l.-
Judgo'i- verdict.
SOLD T1Y
DAN'NH:lElstilt RII .
Pei-urc-,la, Fla.


l-'ree Va-ina'ian
On Tiue-dtiy-. Ttilu-dt::y- aTnI a
i daye-. from 12 1i. to ;; p. in p- r--i-
will be vacc'inatt-d free- of char: .- '
the oallce aof ithe Sta:t- H..r" .I f.
IHealth of Florialt. N \V We--t lut-.:-
lentiai street. Plivy icia ii -of t!e,- vit y
have kindly pvIonc-nt, d t t p ri,. tr
'::e -erviit-e .at tl. halo '.Ir- 4th
\VW 1. HYti..
Ait'-i t
,Voth in f.o set s' c j'a hom e
as hkandsomo- furniture.
.tlarston 5< Finch hare an
immense stock for you to se-
lect from and they will sell


MIIITIME.


arILZD.
Br bktn Athena, Cuoleii.f t P.erre and Bay
Ft de France
Am -ch Hattie H liarbour. Erkene. Hav-
ana
It -hip Avon. Scha .iIno, Venice (not pre-
viou .'
Mtr *il Annie Biingay. ittrnon. s wnsea
"r -- Brianni. krown. Allisterdanl and
Cardiff
ui It k Hf-Iin, Akrlund. Ca-i.i-arvon


CLY A k frD.
Ru- *'i:v Plirrowdokle. i ll. att--r'.rin by
Fr Juli.aluc- Iwr-% *-r fir Luiui'ck voithii '),cti
-ft Ituiit)t-r. I.,#-Pee ft tiniber. vsoiut'd att
n chli att:.' iHIB~rt'eur. F- Ekin'-. bY
1. 4',,U. t,-r kftvskiti'o wits 'in ft Wllri-
ber. valued at ~,'
AT QUAKAN17INC.
Ncr.r uk Nora, M '4Ike..', lonion. t(
Pi-.'ar iit I utner l'o
it bik V--.;-z~iari.%.,. Farrairi. Mar- ies to
H.;%a". Lennwody A, Co
(Yrtier llot i~tch' ::-m,7 4'~, $i'hfle2i.-i. I 1'd'c)
to B~ar-.. Ieunwie~iv & aco
N 4 or hk Pe'rf~ti.c' e.Lar~-wa. P. znambluco,

THE SIRIPPUIMG.
VIC"NLla iA N PORT
Krtian A 'a.!-o# Rm: ..to t4ii f Irana-:t VCc
fir Nlv! I, i'.Juie- ::. t 10 st
at-at i*a.. xin:Lrc's, toa a, a f 'fransat



Lai 'T


P. iatt ri:,& h. v I4 ul % H I, Ifi
Bo) --I
n ARILE.


It a. r -A r,' t ,) -t a. to Ila air -,I u:i


It JDuo. C'u,_int. : )7, T.;irare-?tRc. ni c.-
S'wc-d Ithetrwitr 12;1. Ii uIra4il. to -rai.-i'

.%or 11.-Lu'. -'A. Nic't..) tNN' i48 1atr
%(,r i:atir.:.-.An.J.-'ia. C-I.'
I i I t pi %5! o -P.da +.~.'I-n t (.c4 1I()r,.
It Luigta F. *46o.. 'ara"-: u. t' W S 'y'..'r&
Co
.Nut MSattliauJOL. V4.7.Kti-p. to orle'
Nwir M-rzapnoc..',:75. J~a'iaeunI.) cbaars.
a aaa1%it ley & 4t')
\air Norway. 6;-,. Heurirksen. to %V M Key-
ser & Co
N -ri1 oce'arc. &17, Tba'irn.wn. to airde.r
hu. Patl.-oil. I enidstrotu. cid for bMon-
Nor Kubert zScraftoa &o*.j, Jensen, toc
S K L Co
It Mto.invnflt. lV. Rc'zza1. to Roe-se-co I5rosi
Ru% Tho. i'i-rry, l1.6a. 3Matt-sen. to imatars,
[Cuiiwomdya Cc)
If Tre'nto. lOU. (iurda'aii, to liaarmlDun-
wcvd & 0
Anc V'daza It. 77,;,1, Ycer, to E lE t'aun-
dterN &atCo


(icr EI~y. 47.8. Meta's. !o ordar


P4 He.Hav-,4
ana to 13 S -te. 1, sin r il. ay
Atlii IaODUa Lhr:'-tlna. -. Ataiaeen, to
A niHAS A IA livle-. ~Ht-n'.Ofl.to naiftlter
AM i sIaniar. -A'~l--fl. to naI-I
3'A',CLEARED "ID SAILED) FOIL PK.N
SA%:0L.A


BTRAMSR1PA-
Rou iditin. Br. -:d ienoal Mlarh t,
B.i'rrviin. Noir. %.11 Matncl-t-t-r Mar'h. 7
-'".roIr i r. Br. .', t tta.n ) taridg i ta 5uri-
.tian :-
I uidl' r-'l-'., Hr. '1. at Harrv. J.an .4'
H.rundo. Nor. !'4-t. P*e-n. A % l % rai. .1lin Ii
S% .le-itiuli, lir. i->i, Hali .-oil, St Mic'batl-.
Th.J t mn.i U'.r. 1:4. Nat-: arm i -
ITh,- yiii!Hr. ;r. It* hr ar :. 'rrl ,.-Ja K t-3
Z.aniil:it. Fr. sii swa'ii-n a Ft ie 7'
'I t : "- T r ::, I 'A t l lll it> .i n J a n
f if ':. R,,%. 1 ; a l 70t-17
Pari t-aiai. Nor. ,."f.i.'. t liarr- i-i,'k VF t ) 1')
1i. n ia f o! o 8 t-. Nor. *-1d Htivroe '.!.
RAKKlh.
a n l In 'ilI ':a l ii '. It. l M tar-'-: '1- .I.. a -'cn
.A!i.i-flli A '>:iltlc'. 1 '- -h i 1't.' k,. ,-alt. Illl 4
Aatt')l: e. Near. 1-.'7 i lntl -rp IP'"'- 11I
ratlii'til to I *; % ,1I'l trt1li rL ir*I .1?, i -1 !
Chliefttaill, R .'. '.t. lit l. c loa llna. i*ti' 7-
liftA.lia. 'swt I ti uli :li t
-hliroilt. Frr .I' sliIt I ,u 1- I S0-1i ('t 14
Enar Tamlark-l2-lve-r, N' :.ww tt Arntwtrp
I c 1
Eritri-o. It. -Id Tunl- IDoe ',o
rritz (u tali. li:u s'I l',iii.'l 'a;i n Mcarr'h 7
Faib l,. It. .v;.-. ii I lrnili j -,-pt ::, as:i(re
Ntov "-i near Por' Roval
.iniiyt, N-.r. .;'". .11 I le-t wo"'xl. Jh:a '
(vit-r. Nor.i, il P'r.-,toii IC..< 11
Johanl Irgane., Nor. *ldo hrabian'.aidl Nov n10
.johbsi*-. Nor. sfid Tonu'huri&t rD I-
IoiU:'.e. Ner, aId I.on(,ia .1pin 2;2
I.1i:m. It. 4l. ia -t-iat Nov W
L',ui. Rus. i;d. -l Iitniburt Ve.-h I
Ma idalen. Nor. 1laa- Pil 1.- T ij .1ui y 11
Matrella. It. 011 Hetinlburg. Nov
S lica. Ku' a d l.a 'it;i'%. c'I c' o 'PC
t)oioilro. It."'>. l -%d Huennoe Ayr,--A Sop t! A
Pa4ols %ttdro. It. .,tX,<. aid Ail',-rdltin J saioW
-Itgretl. Nnr, ;a1. sA't rtr-.toai. Jan -2'
MtliFS B It. W.I. at Ij 'liaiL. Nov1- H
Valutta. Nor. 1id L.-i;zi Mc': Ta'
Virg;iias. It, Ald Madisia. tea li
SOHOOM 33*>.
Pollox. lEua. s:d Scattery Roads lD-c -.

The Alba Haywood C-'!,a entertain-
nelit is rellne>', arti-tic uand eleaut.
The t most praiseworthy. attend. Clut-
ter'% Music Hall, Meonday night. l,
o'clock. Tickets at Clutter's.
Town Iturmad Out.
FRANKLIN, Ind.. March 15.-Early to-
day the town of Williair.sburg, 9 miles
oauth of this city, was almost com.
pletely wiped out by fire. Seventy-five
per cent of the inhabitants are now
without homes and there is great dis-
trees. The loss ia estimated at about
*-2b.000.


Ntw Trial R.-fueld.
CHICAoo. March 15 -Judge Water.
mau today refused to grant a new trial
to Banger Elward S. Dreyer, former
treasurer of the West park board, who
was recentiv convic-ed of the embezzle-
ment of .3:.U0 of tne board's funds,
and sentence him to the penitentiary.
n*,iw Inr ( la ittciOouga.
CHATTANO03nA. March lU. Heavy
snow teL here all day ant predictions
ate for a radical fall in temperature. It
is teared tais will greatly injure fruit
and berries of this section, the fruit
trees already having began to bud.


GUGE


CLEARING SA



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


prices....


OHEN,


,i
!-C...


ci


A Special Sacriice!


:-~il Pairs Ladies' Vici Kid Sprin4:


Heel Button and Lace Slho(-


for only


$1.25.
REUILAR PRICE .$2 W.


Gentlemen,


Don't Miss It!


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


SMen's Genuine Calf Tan Lace Hand


Sewed Welt for only


$2.50.
REGULAR PRICE $350


Don't Lo-e Time and go About
Pricing. We Still Lead as the Low- ;
e t Price Shoe House in the City.

Yours fr S hoes and


TRUNKS,

/. GUGENHEIM.


FOR BEAUTIFUL RUGS
and Draperie(- of all kinds.
ai- well is everything in th-
Furniture Line, call at

Th. Escambia Fnrnitnre CumPanny's.


F. E. BRAWNER'S*


E


N


ITON


IS ARRIVING!


-k


To make room for them the remnant of Winter

Goods will be sold at Sacrifice Prices.

Here are some of the Bargains.


2.1 i,.z Infant-' and ('li r illrdn'i Half
Soo, Ol I na-rsih;rt-. re-guli[ar<44 value-
:te d-7z .tLadies'. Men'. and tiChldrpn'.
ttfit-k andi Tan. Full -aileits Husee.
regular 12;-2 goods. for this catle
'.- in,'h Rlack and Colorr 1 fnrti-ta.
half weol fill,1. regular K2.' seller,
for tblis al., per yard
.1" Inc'h lniiak anid Cn'in-d lienrittat.
%;ill ..- I. ri- uliar 1'' se ll,-.r for thl'
t- I ., p-.r ;ii .l ...... .
.ii-inch litrick anid ',oi"r-.d Henriaetta.
a I wt o l rlliiit., r-,i i;r 7,'" a6.i .,'v
-*',.lor. fir thlalsiile. pe-r yarI .
i!-inc- l lenritta. bla"k only. nWl
w al ril;'d anlm "ilk aarp. rtsulnr
T, ic and li cm-llher. for this ia!l. per
yard. 58 and'
;--n.'h Br'tcl'- Cashmere. re'uliar
2:c -.ller. for this al-.' per yard .


2 1 in C lre-p-'n. Allt Woil Fil l-d.
2 c Warp. III --o;cad $2 --.! Iw-r. fr
e-aiw' pe'r yard *iawl'


$1.60k
"++- $Z,00


dit %I- ?,il.-r.4 aa' 1,fc 2


I .a-', / A-,e t.. Tl !' .\- v I '..prr.-l a 'ltt
unI e "i ,i .I li e f, il;tr .")" fthi.' 7
uhi"- -a" ... E,


8 n :; p .-..-.-- Dark P'. 'inL,-. 1 ,i:rrintfel
'su i- I lse-ullt : r -, *.r. ft ;. '. t:-. (:
pi-r ya" l .
19C All of ( r ;. .. : .'. ian-k t'i h
cli.i ; : ut lt. r. i i- -.i, l id 0
271 : "t'-' ."' a v .....i't tla.- -" 2
27l -J f itlair %A ile 411 ail i ii -;,

41c X\ .a; (',I- "."I


S- "*''a -,-' .' <- ta-!im-i'-. e. .a: r
tUt
GL lls ,


Anyone interested in
new and nobby gar- Remember the Place,
ments for Boys' and
Children's wear, should Li -
call on Rice's represen- -_ _- a
fatiT Q sa+ tM'aarlth ot o


20c


it' -i,- If-.: -,- '~,(, 'T. -






~-vii du ring ta,,.4 xj fir dl


4 O I (i 'ar li t '. y Wl rit.-r M .-n :' l. a-l-- n' r -'
ab i-rwa ir at n l t wl'wnain Mi i: r


'4- 105 S. Palafox Street,


fRiEMAN 8 CO'S


S. RACKET STORE.


* 0


8PfOI4LPOTICES.


ON' ORV(1T 4 VOqD.


ONEe~Y Too ,IaXN -N
.IProperty. APp:v I,,
&tuildin~x. Palafax-r, -',.
L ANt4AT !aWI'ST RAI
SU('URITlF'4 11Y a4.1,117V,
14T ti.:E 1r.
'a" aU t ten I I v.i
cirt-aib,'trm,'tof ;,I.
late'. r-.- t lirsio. rt v .f ~ -
re-ntq e'eii I. C d l i~r '.. !r
4'411 On cit itchi--. I"
e'cis. Fla. I hate o n
WIith1A .1i""! it .) 1, it-


SPRING GOODS.

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


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



Our Stock is Immense!


V
I
ii
S a:
a.


t MAIF -A ,mv inuar. Ca t .. a
the Parljr Market.


FC 4c vsq af 't If ATV' H I N-a
j~ 15.1 -g I: cit f tvf pIro- 1)red (I 'aM
be-ateetde'rw oa,. Parlor Mat k.'t.
F OK SA1. E Mre- IIIVt..*.
urh-, r"It,'IbcHayciat c hi'-'
*()Id ian e-aav terim-. anti at a tla. e
c.. waZqcou &teo.
FO S(j ALIE-I ii'tiic i4t '1"'si rett-
the- ci''.' on e'j' ty r ti- %. '- *~
Rel-t.aiKrate7 Agc'ne'v1. timi e- W..-!



au.Api,.% u-t I:- Nt-r~tai'icf. t'-
IN Ia K11- Ilki -n
~eatt.h~c i taci "iw' -ie- at it'


- C
-
U!
Mi
-


w ANTED-All kinds of empty ..s
whIsky bottles. P. A. FaiiMAN.-.
nov9tf
W ANTRD-Old beer bottles at 1)a- .:
ser Bros. V-.'


and h'juder.zarten i'.iw
its fifth t-'ruia ain the. r'a1 K' ..a
nocr of f':tlatfaax and Iat -tt :- -:
trance (aD Joexbou. T-rna'. S2. a

MALE : FEAIl''t T.F 4CI.-
CO e ra~r m-eful-I E. t' %-
part-a faor c'cal '- utiii j,
(foil. princapami. Nght tt'rain kw

I "II 1 1 4 10 al .I'jm.
(Mpoe'asi d#-,It~n% ordierowi It,;
His% V.itijptte Mortat.nai j.lW. -
phone 321.i.


F' progmptivin houq'iet. *'rile-.-,''
Mis. Vi'aletc orn,..J1W
phone


1A AH EIRNr-a
Articles, IHair oil, tetc.. 3.' m W. 4
Gtrevt.


WIRE FENCIN;.
For the next 3o) day- A. .1 -
kins will order ornan,-i.t ,
feOcing at such low pr-c'.- ,
surprise everybody. You ('-,
any kind, from 2 teet to 4 f..'
or yo'li Can get the bett arid .
iron fencitnlg of all kindl-. ''
you d-esire fencing of :Lnlv ki: :
Ieave your order at Win J
4on'. for me ani, you w,il
money and get fir-t-rla-- .'.
t-"d w, rk. A. J. WAI :-
13MImIn.

Don't buy anything
furniture or house fur;
ings until /ou h.'e-
Mfarston 4 Finch's .s/
Their prices are loir: /


sock is complete, an'/
4 will sell ou. what yot .'
O lon tine.


- 1.


T'ry I ie 1 :w-, 1.i ,-:.- -A

Three Large Sto'-:
Full of FI'!'NITI'' :. i
lii.. of Walnut I'-ioe i'i -
-hown ire l'-:!-a"'ol i. I*:. *-
flni-h.d 10.'a, tlk lb. dr. **r.
ill pric, It attan t rji, Rock-i. i ;tin lil'tl--
-igh. l.ia, k at t-horn.
(I. .c I'L. ,a
ljrgtiin iruri-- '
NAVAL BTOCIJli MAit.hI I
Ueporled Daily for Tine "-' -
Measra. A. M. Mosv A '
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M .......... ...... 1,* a ..


wall 1". r %i I: .. f
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r- A! %

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e-tr' .,I a tls;4 :t Ii eu.. 1' I
a I~ E

hallvm. :p-e-a..'ra- c
rgsa r .-et .
W'V-' t- W0-



Land r'a nq Siea:aa( ri -,ht ',f
road. (wimseal til. atl--~
farm cor suhuricari hina. fir,
4 K. W l wall ecbago. fOr Cij


tion. Iboe. Meigalgiln, Lath 'A-
Mlii strfe'Z.
bmindwmine. fio%
residence. four room, daati,uiie
kitchen. Termes asy. Applya
Chase, acrfe-t.


1 ; li t/

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


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


A O Millinery,





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


Yen are Cordially niTte to ViAIl Cur Mammott Establishment


We are Invincibles in Low Prices
This makes our Success.

Mail Orders Promptly Attended to. 4
le' i, Trade Discount of V, on all Cas-h Purcliha ...
1-N.

COHEN, FRIEDMAN&CO.
"1 "0 t,


W. B. WRIGHT CO(IIPANY,


.MAN' I' 'At I I i. FR-'.AN%.) 1AL: f. 1L' :AIN


-. LUMBER, LATHS,

Si SAVED CYPRESS STHNGLES--K1in-Driel Saps
--- PE1'SACOLA. FI A.


TRY TBE NiW' IWAT COLUMN!


SPRI


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Language: English
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Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: March 16, 1900
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THE


DAILY


NEWS.


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 16, 1900.


NO. 33.


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


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A SENSATIONAL CHARGE.
It Is Claimed Ru-pubtivane Are Tryleg
to l)Dfrauud Spiln.
Nrtw YORK, March 13 -The Journal
publishes a remarkable story from its
correspondent in Porso Rico in which it
is claimed information has been re-
ceived there that Republican senators
at Washington have admitted that the
rea. purpose of the P rto Hican tariff
was to dodge the fourth article of the
treaty with Spain. which gives that na.
tion equal trade rights witn the United
States in the Philippine islands.
Tnese senators have been forced to
admit to Porto Hlcan delegates that if
the constitution oilowed tue flag in
l'orto 1i c ) the same w~ulid be true in
t eo lni;.;ptne 41 effect of this
w.:,.o ie t :tnr,'w open: to SJpamn the
traie of her late :;,. x-.:ons. aui it is
Sp-I tby 'me :u:ure lar.ff devi -e to
i";riud ,S;.a ,i: nor r'gatc se-urei by
treatY.
m ilii3mll rt ly 1' *I I i i .',*** 1.
Nr.w Y .;i. Marca :. -an th' Jeffer-
son M)arket I .Loe c)urt today Magis.
trat-e '.'lnt,-i u'nitnarily dismissed the
leat, r' f tue orchestras arrested last
n:gnt at Chief Dlvery's order in some
of tie uptown hotels anti restaurants
and afterwards discharged the man-
azers arrested. He said tne arrests
were an outrage. Civil snits against
Cnief Devery are threatened.
lr Bull'Ii I-uch % irup farnl'-i m.,,t ul-,.
-tinit-t. 4'o ifOl't ;719-k '-!-'" It : ': -
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SECRET ORDERS BARRED.
Rev. 31r. S i i.)t; Says That II- Is a
(hr s*i-x. elatligt.
TOIEKA. Mal 16.-lu The Capital
today an editorial by Mr. Sheldon led
the first pago.
Rev. Slaeldo- .iitted. from his paper
all the usui.. ca ia of fraternal societies.
When at the daily conference with
spec-al correspondents be was asked
why be had taken this action, Mr.
Sheldon remarked that he *as not pre-
pared to say. He declared, however,
that he is a fi.end of life Insuranoe,
which is a feature of fraternal societies.
He said also that he did not indorse
the sentiment or principle of all the ar-


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Central America Dislikes the

Davis Amendment.

THE TREATY ACCEPTABLE

i<'araguis May Not Oppose N.w, but
Would O1ljct to ('arryiug Out Pro.
vliloniq Itn Tlne of W r Fears
I4,zure of territory.
NEw Y-;:K. March ;.) -A special to
lTu- ihraid from Washington says:
Wai.e Ni:aragua has ht.e no formal
comp.iaut of the Davis amendment to
the Iisy-l'auucefote treaty, the feeling
In pan-American circles is tnat that
c..uury wii itaterpose objection to any
attempt on the part of the United States
to carry out its provisions iii time of
war.
~enor Corea, the diplomatic repre-
sentative of Nicaragua here, says that
as signed the convention meets with
the entire approval of his government,
but he declines to discuss the Davis
amendment, and how be or has govern-
suent regards it. It is known, how-
ever, stat he feels that Nicaragua
wood be jassfed in refustag so grant
any eoncesseons to the Uniled States
whoea provision in the uiasy with a
third party a"aonsioa tshe it proposes
to take any measures that may eeom
advisable with refevenoe to the canal
for its own defense.
Thbi may mean, in the opinion of
the pna.Amnerian dipioumaw, that the
United 9 ears may seie the territory
Starough which she canal passes and
fortify it, or take any other higha-handed
action on the preexit Inat it to necessary
for its own defense.
Tbo Gnteral American republic heart-
tiy applauded she Hay-Paunoefote
treats. beoause of its neutrality feature.
an, Dl t1ey sincerely regret, according to
me:r represeuta:ives here, that the sen.
ate comuiititee on loretin relations has
uiee wed it expedient to matte modifica-

A high official of the administration
.istd that the British government will
be inclined to reject the treaty as
amioenaded and hold that the Clayton-
VIulwer tieaty 1s in force, and that its
;pr)vTsions stop the United States from
cou tructing a can-.l across the isthmua.

THE PORTO RICAN TARIFF.
it It Dite-uts -. by Senators From Dllf-
*r-ast Polittlicatl taindpotant.
N' w Y<,::K, March 1,.-The Herald
-ajo.ihes interviews witn senators and
representatives on the Porto Rican bill
a follows:
Whatever is done." said Senator
Spooner of isconsti tonitgut, "with
the question will no: serve to alter tbhe
reeu.t next November. Mr. MiKinley
wi!l be renominated and re elected."
Representative Clayton of Alabama
said:
'I think the American people have
treated the Porto Hicans shamuefully in
dealing with them. I think that the
sugar trustnes have influenced the Repon-
l.can party. I believe now that no mat-
ter what the Repubitcan party may do
its past action will go strongly against
it in the coming election*. "
Senator Clay of (_eorgia said:
"I think that the majority of the peo-
die of the Utnited States are In favor of
treating Porto lRco as a part of the
United States; tnat they are in favor of
free trade between the United States
and that island. I think that whatever
acuon may be taken it will now count
atainet the Repubiicans and aid the
Democrats. It will certainly help the
Democratic party at the polls."
Dr. Bull's Cough Svrup Cures over
i.tbt thl mnost stubtiM rn cohl i f .,' nti!l
,r om 1)pli*ttiori --ticklini t'i", thrnitt
hu-ky voic'-and violent 'itlghii ,-. It 1 t, it-
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d [Man4rJ oft the Sheldon edtson.)
sieles Shat he put in the paper or ooa-
seans to beo nad He was asked if he
approved the article in this moroltg's
paper treating of of obe gSowth of soolal-
ism in Massachbuetta.
'Not all of it," hbe replied.
"Are you a sociallet?"
"You must use my own term. If you
will bar 'CaritLian socialist,' I am."
What ts a Christian socialist?"
"It is one who applies the teachings
of (th3 serion on the mount to his daily
nfe. "
Asked if he liked editorial work, he
said that was of no public concern.

RAILROAD BRIDGE IS FIRED.
Discovered l u itru to Ware Train
and Save Hrldge.
Art'eorsA, Ga, March 15 -An at-
tempt was made to wreck the inooming
traiu uo.j thel ..--arle-tnn division f the
Southern railway by setting fire to the
trestle over Horse creek. a few miles
from Augusta. The fire was discovered
by the crew of an outgoing train on the
Colombta division of the Southern road,
which runs parallel to the Charleston
dliviion for a number of miles, and a
tflagman was oset to warn the outoom-
ing Charleston train. lie bad just
started when the train was heard coin-
iug. but the engineer stop(led his train
in time. The crews of both trains set
to worn fighting the fire and it was soon
extinluised. but not before several
crotes:os had been badly burned and
one of the sleepers burned about half
through.
'he tressle is at an isolated spot and
has twice before been fired by some un-
known party.

IIitl IED THE GRA A 'ta ruling ineidlnt of which Mr.
John Ohil 0r ,f Philadelphia. was; the
-nihj-ct. i-,s i-irrated by him as fo)l-
low-": "'I wa-. in t most dre-adful
condition. M y skin was ailmos-4t yl-
low. t;%s unken, tongute ceatd.
painl continually in back and sid-e'.
no) applt-tite- gradually grcwinii
we-ak,-r |day iy" day. Three, phy'i-
-iallns hiad( give''n me up. Fortuniate-
Ily. a fri-.lid ad vised try in. *' lectrn'
liiter.' iItand to my great joy atnd
Urpil i.e. he first bottle made a t1--
cid'd unipr-veillent. I continued.
their ii-,' lo r thrt.' wPt k.4 anid i
inow a w-il l'in:in. I know they saved
rI' lyf,'. fln(d robbed the- grave of in-
other victim." No onse should fail
to try th-iem. Only TA' cents per bot-
tle ;at W%. A. D'Alemberte's Drug
Store.

FOUNDERS AND MOLDERS.
Ilt L-ghlli Annual Conventloa Is
Now In Session.
A-.4:- .TA. March 15 -Representatives
:'r:.u i te Stove Founders' National De-
:-:t' a4soociat:on and delegates from
:re -,,.ii Moiers' nnion of North Amer-
. .s are in session at the Kimballi House.
S'oinferencei '-'tweeu th-se two pow-
-r ul orgaMi!/.xions have been held
--..ry year for the past e:giit years. and
.,..v h-etn roi'u:tiv- of much ioo.l.
.i" I r,:t';1T). ';ues..ou m at viit arise
at ine co(nterernc- is the s'ettuing of tne .
w.agi Scale or ttne en4uing; year. This
c.se. wnen tied aud agreed upon by
b.tn iJes, willi be strictly adhered to
uuti2 another conference is held.
A.i uf the sessiomq were executive and
uiithing wi.1 be given out uutl 4,i of
tiih quentio na tat wi11 arisp at the c ;u-
f.-reu-'e are settled aud an ag;i'emiut is
si,1Ued.


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Niotit-s-'i- ht~rs liby 'i'tl ttt sltn-
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1it4 l fi a,1' 1iit sl part t i-I pI -..s ;tul.l Take I.t.xativo Bromo quiinaln Tablet*. All
lIrugginits refund the nifitiy if it fall to
p- pil,- to.'; -,i.*d > t ;;li Il.st 4rs risn.i Seii sure. I. W .. rovf's i'ltgn ltture- tI n enas
Atul'- ; 1.l "1 1 pr's ntaittlt 1\ 4-- I> I s-tlb..l I l UoX. hi.C.
the liiAItn-t '' f '-Ilit th.l t ia aI ll ti-lt
aro'sU,' ;I, ,411 tll; su'9j,. i t.,s iii.,uiint SAPHO IS NOT IMMORAL.
tur I h.- \, 94. *. I plbli, P**11' ilii,'- t it :t i IIi leo (',.u rs
y i iP l Dec s*o by Atlasita' Police e.r
-',,1,' ,4\9 'ti' ,Is" I .\ t ','ter A ll It rlsrui g estI19n0ony.
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\4.. l;9'. ;1 \1'. *ll.v..l- ,'Il- :i'n. H 'ii. ATLANTA. March 15.- By a judicial
11:-t,,iN \\ .'I ti l' .- \N' 4:. ;hii. edict, lIt. orderr lBroyles has declared
1:1,., ;I -.1,-,O:- 4l"-I.r,., ir ,li t I. .. ", -s, i *'" pno" to be a classical work, and the
I::t. p!*'-,-.sit ,11t!l -1',tg '. -. i i pt:il .-jlsl book can now be sold in Atlanta with*
:tun, pti,,l '.. ',4 ;.I I 1.' ;itk >..'I- \: 'h out further molestation front hyper-
ti,' ,,-:,,. : ." \t .t .* t,4.4 f '. 0 .il critics or over sen.Ative inspectors.
\ i ,*' ':HI .4:,1 tii,. .-.1,it .\ r. -*. t.t'r 1in the poiice court **'.&p::o" was re-
ir-" \\ I .. i., ,in. i ;2 \\ ill l '; t ,')t..I.' ,l viewed from preface to Fanny LA-
n, ". .>11 i 'i.-,:.' Jrana's farewell eptstle to Jean Gans-
S- ain. Men of letters and literature.
S1i'h, i':',ti-. 41:> 494. '.., i.;l^ .-l ,0,:,t t l mIpreachert, lawyers, doctors and book-
lh 'i. at i. l't-. t l -\l.. l .9I;I, w ',p' sellers were there, and al took part i
l>-"1 i.1 I 1i .' \',: 't.-44 1 ..-l '- the investigatlon of the inerite of
\4' .- ',,[.i>-,o i '. 9 ,l-9 *Sapho" in order that the recorder of
U1 ill 4 uii S.-'t:tv14 i -'\'. nig' .f nl l; : i.s' :4 book was obscene. vuigar or iieentionus
1.1n I i,. !i;4 tI.e I. -.r t 1. !:s :, Tne feature of the investigation wee
S 1 -- tho expert testimony which was given
t,,i. l.l i- t,, l ~ ,I,, , .\;,,-- for andagainst "Sapho."
4.!it4:,,It \\ltiili.i II.:1n1 ,:i.. :-" rA nutniber of literary men testified
i..* -sl.- ..l l, ini ti.i ;:Ia** I,;tl. 11i 't that the novel was the work of a high,
iit" "'- it lit ,\ .r I h,,;I ..l \-I,94 11,. classical order, which pointed ouat
i'*., :1: i; i ;i hit. i i.t:.- Lt,-. great moral, and not in any sense ob-
1 t1..! v ... ., ,ig i, f..,I.!- !,. scene. vnigar or iicentions.
-1:1t? 1 . :i *' it:>t.1 :.l1 ;i It.a :t I. \ Iis Ministers of the gospel stated that
Rot !..\\ IIl,' 1 I th1 6 : wvll, h \':t' they considered the novel grosslylicen-
I t , -! tion,. but only one of these had read
<*. ni,. ,,\,I h,, l1, l.i: ihin 11,. the book through. and they based their
.tl-.' li.< s.Oi ,,4 I,1At '. ;' :iilini ; it. '4i1t opinions on deta-hed paasages whtoh
nittio 11in S-i;!i i .\fr :t II,. i-., l.i ,I they had been asked to read.
th at 1 .I a t J 'l l l ]ii- *'I :l ; llt l ll- I -
" ,i-' tin tlh:. \ar ... I'h p n" l'" r1,t' n A 1I It Dlol-:irnt, ,:lstior of tho*
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t,' ;, : ";i 1 ti'htigw i.I.' I v -:,It, tI, f. rr ; iiu iiilb r o .f y ; e ir<.in r lhet in;a -
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S4,, r H- +1Av-: .**'sy right arin at titeip*
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2 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 1900.


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LI-.:ADINCq ]IRE. LFE. MAR.INE.
AeCIE~r.FIDELITY. PLATE
OJA.SS AND F-TFA31 H')ITEN I '-4
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What She Wasn.
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I Lat .11 trou blues will coll'' to oil.11,!r,.
:II( ani 4olojt1 mIst is onoe who blie]'vo-.
tiat all goud things will Come U)~ liflli
i~ulf.- Tuwu Topics.


Atrid IDele-gatem ,,t ipte C4'Ill)P I ~411s
t itilmat I't P%% eI t om.:Aj'pi i I II
Vlh~iw'-initr are tlie (*4 fd 1 -- f'
the legi-.ltture anil tao VIt id-,-

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We've got the
thing for you:


Cream De Beaute.

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


PARKER DRUG CO.
For Sale Only by

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Indigestion!

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IN. F. GONZALAEZ & CO., Prop s,
M anufact u r-r4
CHOICE M EAL AN D PUR t; GIUUN D
STOCK FIEED.
lawronmz'. lnr. n fiiu:-tr-v. for th-r'
-ve ,ry- ro-a-"n "flu -hPuilo t.I ~ i'~ Or M4'-aIand
"I-i.F.--d from lie I i mi.- kf'51. Mi:ItnufcI rir.
Ifor byv so doi rig y'u iva- Cit r-ai horns- i r~diu--


CA AR


THE OPEN bOOR POLICY.
Time Attitude of ( bin'.-s Einprest 1
Not .. 'vuro l,'-.
SIIANGHAI. M.irch !5.-The Auc:i -an
a4sociatiou Lere te.egrapiaed to the
United i taiei govt-rnnent today that
tile attitude of the eum iras dowaser to.
wards thi retormn-rs will upset the
**open dour" p.Uyv. The y %a!is say re
telii(on and auircrny are ecx:tecred !o the
detrinientu o! tcro,gi intiest s and aid-
vocaxte primnipt cni' erte I acxia:, on the
part o: tle powers.
Tu" CLuia association wiii appeal to
the Erinish miusiter. Sir C au.e M.
MacDouald. on tneo ame subj.ct.
jPr.-l(--nt I< < in in e to Gi'orgia.
TIIOMA-VI.LL.K. (GA. March 15 -De-
spite ruaiord to the contrary and official
denials, it is au assured fact that Presi-
dent McKinlev will come to Thomas-
ville for a action iho latter part of
this week or early next week. This IU-
forniatioi Is obtained from a source
which is cuisdered thoroughly reiiabla
W arntpler ****n .*sIe*< (l o II'.nI.
KN.oXvL.'TE., March 14 -A special to
The Sentinel from Middlesboro says
John M. Wampler was sentenced to
hang at Gladeville. Va., for tilling
Willham Jenkins at Norton, Va.. three
weeks ago. Wampler is a leading bus-
Iness man of that section and Jetkins
was a prominent attorney.
At C. V 1.' llip-oi' i.
Cr'tiiue'; Ladi,-' Note l',apr. ;i:, i
Eilvlvoplf- tn !iiatcti'
Camnbridlg, Liieni and Eivel.'it-'.
Hardl'- t'P:irctiiiiit.
lnvi"!tint }'a)-r and ;i nvF lovflo .
Lint-in 'I a )let-.
lr,-' ;t o Vc ln and I'.iv,-lp -.
Kiyli-il N-O ; i\' ; l'
l*;ipa r; I) inii-ovm'. (':'ept,. Etc.. with
"t g'^-ii''ral --i-trilli 4t of -tat;lti le- ry.
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N,>. :) ?SoIuth Pal lai,,x Stit, t.


Do You Want

To Be Pretty?


ATTENTION, LADIES!


Chas. H. Turner.


PARCHITECT4-


--AN---


General Contractor

Ilui!l in I [*t i ti -:. .M aint .l ani d i( r st*r '- "ti '. '. *";"'!!! i; : -'

A Complete Plumbing Department unde:-
Management of E. B. Morey.
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Telephone No. 2

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OF PENSACOLA.


11. HILTON (tIN
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T. E. WV'LL1ES,


JOHN F-. 1PFIIFFI-'
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.A General


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Busin ess


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W.A.gEU ING.1:AN~AM, Man~a-

flSTABLI8!1FD ING3.


McKENZIE OERTING &


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Ship Chandlery and General Hard -:
608 AND 605 S. PALAlOX STIIEET.

REVERE COPPER COMPANY. JOHN A. ROEBLING .-(', -
GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE. A. RUMMEL & ON'S PI M -
CairN, hSrdaga, Palcti. Iils. Iuatical Instrtrlets, arts, liAckrs, it
COMPAWpEq. I OGS. iTC
C'. NMcK .ie )t-rting Collecting A f.-, t f ir 8 tr I'i..:- I--:.
C i ar tion.
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Are you sunburned, No. 19 S. Palafox St.
reddened by heat. florid
-is your complexion
bad? ft!A'.At-& &i


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Real Estate Agents, =:Z OLAYI:Z
PENSACOLA. FA. Grist and Corn Meal Mills,


for InfantS and Children.
CastorLaik a Inirnflo-o-sustibtitte Ifor 'a--tor(O)il. J'
goric. I)I-Eup. .11141, Soot)hiig Syrup". It iN '~;s
(4)ttlh~!'neither4()I iititi, Mt11rpuiphiae its-sr 4 itr N
suibstantce. It de-troys'Wo,~nnrm-111141 allai -e-~ -
it cuires- Iialrrhtri,.1 ittil 1Wind Co'tlic. It reliv-~v- I1,
in- Trouble-, and ctire-s Constipation. It. re-Waat -
S -teliilC1an'1 Bowcl-',givinig Iaaltlmy aiv-ssInat uar.iI-
The ('Iiihlreu'r% I 'miuncca-Thue Moth1er".--It'ricad.uu
The Kind You Have Always Bo,(
Bevus, tho Sbignature of





In Use Fo Over 30 Years.
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Children


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


Scott's Emulsion

has helped such children for
over a quarter of a century.
Your doctor will tell you it is both
food and medicine to them. They 4
begin to pick up at once under its
use. Their color improves, the flesh (
bccomes morc firm, the weight
increases and all the full life and
v.gor of childhood returns again.
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OPENING BIG STAMP MILL.
)n!iiu.om ', \WIe (-I. b-.te Event In
lits:reftive lManner.
D'n M,s,.. Ga.. March 14.-Through
;L i.a: :' '.*' uo the mayor of Dabion.
pg i, '. ihi:aie. nave been appointed
an ..a-ugeuien s tuerwiso sot on foot
:Tor c'.*l... t'ilR In an appropriate and
L. -'.ve .iaiaLerou W\Vedne-day, May
2. ine ; *:;:n.tl ): nilag of the huge stamp
:ni. ti : 'La.ur.nAtiou p 'alnt of tot Dah-
l..n.i zC.u-. .iiated Guol Mniung com-
'.aLAy at n:i. i: ;'.a e.
]a til turac l exercise 01l this OCCI-
14.1.n .:.y ,'v ,l ti.Ulan iieil men wil:1 be in.
viUti i t.IArtlC.ii te, inc.uding iavernor
('iln i.-r lt }i'ru.sideni McKinley. ,no
liLt' r of wihoua. it -: said, wili be askep
t' p-us f ih e.ec::.il button whicn will
ee ;a opra:-r.;ni the gi;antic macumnerv
of ih- plaut Thu capital stuck of this
c mn)pauy anm i..t vested natero3td within
rih3 ciior-te iiaimits and vimsnity of
Dahlonei:z atgtregaze di.J00.00,. and
tiny $.;,l%,ol i wl.i nave been expended
upon tl iot .',,ipi tiun of their great 1'O-
stimp )mdi.! ,ni cblorinuation plant alone.


CUBAN ELECTIONS ARE NEAR
14il:in.irti \ l Aa n linv. to Select
I Ii tr ( ,ov-rrn..,t.
N-.w Y",:IK, Msr'h 13.-A special to
'Tio T:inme fr ,)ini ashington say.s:
',,ur w rKsj uneuco the year allowed
uy t,!' tray of pe;ie.'3 with Spain for
;o Smi:-n il:la'O.iitits of Cuba to do-
;e h\,-rer t:ley will be Cuba (,or
.,Ii ,i'r ti n.'ll.s'i W lii 'expire.
iin :.ea;i;-, y after thit dtie, Apri II,
i ctorin:; ti :hbe pro ;rami !aid down by
tne a: ii.it''-.,r ition at the opIening of rthe
ti; e't sO-iiL ( o' tcongrss. re;ara-
. *,' ar. ,, t nmaie for the holding of
lur ; ia. e*iectionN a3ud ultimately for
the o 0 t:i. i or ta convention which will
.1 do' up J toJo Cuban furi of govern.

a. lli I l 1 In .a (u.rte.
sI'r1iA. (JIa, iarca 15. -The small.
pcxz, wh.ch has been prevalent through.
out the county for several monkhu, has
broken out in tparta. and there are al.
rcauy several cases reported. The dis.
ease so far has been confloed to she ne-
groes. Several negroes living on Spring
sweet. which is bhe Deoatur etree of
Spart, are down wi t the diae and
a sewrt quarantine h been so abbtild
aga*tls he infeccted bouae T he ap
pertamca of the pltgue baas eaud in.
KpUMO excinmeLnt The d*- estf
tint the cases are only a miM.'ype, ad
that the disease is not likely to become
dsangrou3 .
op lika llnea Hural Dllvery.
O.'KLIKA, Ala., March 15 -The gov.
ernmeut has established another free
rurai delivery route from this place,
making the second established this
week and the third in all, being the
only free rural deiivery routes in Ala-
lama Tuie new route extends from
Opelika to Beulah, a dissiace of 15
miles, and l..')0 hundred people will
Lave their mail delivered at their doors.

I'or Over Fifty Years.
MUi 4. W'IlN.I.OW'M ,ooTiI4lN4 VYR UP hfa-
t w'-n used fotr (,ve-r fifty y t ary |,y mill ion, of
ninttli'r for tnia-ir dill Irer. while tol't inr ,
witlh p.'rf,'t 's i"'(' t-- ". It O;':,,t t'. i -. th:lcd
(>ort,.n' the sim.uns. ailays all pain. clrua wind
'oit'. n' :- ti h' l t rf im-di. forr I'.ian hta.
!t t.v, I r *'%! tiv i'othr 'ltt!, .lieaitTri'i :l>-
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THE OYSTEH SEASON.
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Furniture on Credit





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MliOUC //. 1 flU' "I.'crdit isod


Who is Rader?

U Be's the Man that sells
Furniture so Cheap for
Cash.

W e w ;',i i.iin 'ler yiiur -Iprepad(t for
I' cr it- -,ar l ; li(J liiakk thlf look
1,ke i- w. Star Laui;dry.

CALL AND INSPECT
Tho Large' and Complete
.i 1! of Iron and lBra;-i.
BEDSTEAD at

The EscaUil Frnliture Conpany's.

Five Thousand Rolls
, W al V';ll 'Pai r in -tock. :all ,If ttolIa-
t -,t pattrnii., }iil i ',,rt. (', lin i I1 .
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Acme Beer.


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CITY PROPERTY. FI'A RMING


.NDI) TIMBER LANDS
FOR B ALE.

boans Plaeed at Reasonable Rates 3ea

21 Ea't (;-ovtrntitisi t Street.


McMillan Bros. Co.


Coppersmiths,

General Metal Workers.


jrn~ iI.x Manfficturers of acd Headquarters fcr flia


Celebrated McMillan Seamless Turpentine Still,

Cmpiut Otfits always n hand, and repairing dose In tUh country.

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TIME TABLE.

LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.
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*B 'T E E, ;P Ei O'A A D'." A K O N- L LF '1 '

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%il! bt Ia mI iire'-of Ia'ttl ner~b
$100of the' 1. ,,il w... I' f 4.OU141mg.

.$2000 11111!-.
$300071.l. a hut
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prprt ha- iat 'An-r ro-mit e';. tU," bay ; aIqo
on Bit IV U (43lin .ttle .ayFiav.1

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$6000 t 'otrei
IIi(fol-11r.IV ..;,'j for
bu.ms-- ''tifront 'i
$7000 2r1.r I.'-i t t f. on %I-
v:m st!/,4.3 f' I r.,: T i t 'A ., .0it. Tb.
pr.p i44 ti a-ift I(*. ,' .. 0I, 0!si 4 1 l''a''144
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$ ~ 1 h!43;Vii ft0 Y t ;v. vi'jI.y
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J. &l Stillmwanl Co.,

East Sidc of Plaza.


H. A. WATERS.,


Buitcher and Green Grocer.

PHONE 172
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1"n4)dfrt's! Daily.
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Dannheisser Bros.,

AGENTS.

Als Soli a0! M. Perry arEl Wi. Yates.


The Jug Trade

Is Our Specialty.____,
.Irromopt Deliv.,ry .,li S. t ;-faction


Da innheissrr Bros,


Pho't N .. 1 ;. I'. 16\ ,2,.
,;ilro.ul Exchalizi: ..'. 'Phone'i-t;s.

FROFE}BIONAL OA5DP.

Dr. mareellus fl e reary.

Phtyscian andi Snr on.

tRe'silenco-, 21 We, t irvgory strret
Phone ;4"r.
tl'cp, lD'Al mborte tBilding. 11':. ttoutl
Palafsux atreot. l'uione ;7.


DR. Wx. 0. Dsw~ma rY.

SOFIOE-Hhnauh Bros.' Drug Store.
RE8IDENOB-400 E. Jaokslo Stree


Win. H. Marean, WM. D.,

Hoincopatic Phiysici,2 and anrd m ,
lAtae If (kala. Fla..
')ITrr hiB praPofessilonal -.rvi.e to the eitl-
z'Upi of Plelix'*)ai, l':p4-"lal attention vlvi en I to) 11- trftnrm u'
of( C' ronic I >i1 i1 t.- ti' l wi-i o *- a of
Women and t'li.llrn.
T''lil rtv ri Ir m.*!t Iln i14 o S'o th.
llh uiir- :- ;* a. Ill t, i-' I .. 1 t 4 p. tm .
leesideuce i'bo '.'No Y ".
Firent.-.ln nt rai li s.e II.- -.O .'i

Dr. Wilmer S. Hall,

DENTAL SURGEON,

Masonic Temple. Phone 364.



H NB B S. & CO..



W1IOLuSIALE GC00ER,

Palafox Street,

Pensacola, Florida.

WKiTED.
Waited to biy all kids if SKeci
laid Firoitero, Nrchudlis, Ac.
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r NEWS NOTES yndicate.n ,Mr. L.nrellier tell 1:8s
NlEW Nflll I ES 1 mat business in his line is boominrg
1awH that hi-a company advanced
prices Wednesday and will make
--. another advance April 1. Th' de-i
..- ,rTar., av an~ mand for lomr leaf pine ha- become
., 7 '. xtraordirlry and y-t the turpien-
,, tii l en will not cowniltCe buy ing
'. P "r tiu e time yet.
-' 1.,V\ana it' rcsi.p a;,lrnt Tribune Major S. S. Harv(-y. for-
t1tra. irly ol Pensacola. and late pay-
nia-ter in the unitedd S'ates army.
.!k. ,f M.1 ar.,i.,a -r'- i agedgd in business in l Haval. a
... 3, a;ti;-. andti has numerous money-makin!
M I i,....:t ,f t "s. L. I -chen-m for inve-ter-a. He is well
: M.ra t. known throughout Florida. having'
for several years been at the head of
I..,,-r- and J. J. Mc- the Third party luovein, nt in the
t.. ;..,: .i,- I1, tlie city. -tate.
".; .:.- .r'.... i. : tle Str r L. M. Birclift. rr-pr&- rating W al-
S.! w ik i- in lace & Gregory Bto.. of Paducat',
Ky.. who has been in the city for the
-.* ,c I. ini-kv uIA, (. ipa-t few day.. left la-t night for
SM.t.il- are gue-t- at th. Jacksonville. Wallace & i re'ory
Bro- are the largest manufacturers
Sof fruit specialties in the South, and
S r'.ryman and wife of while here Mr. Barclift sold a coi -
x A.., a!t- leistitered ..t the ignmenIt of two carloads of vinegar
-and cider to the wholesale firm of


Good liAND X SION


Uo[ -TO THE--

Itching LOIAIA CIAU TU! A .
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OTHERS I tncra 'a 11-It Iath W-,i~i Ci TV
hl'TjiI1e.-tiO-.1Of ('rTI' I RA I(iiiitniwl t.be great
vikin iiire and ritire.t 'if Eiill:t-tits, 14,,! 1affior'!
the ii -,t gr.Ltefu f Ii oan'1('n! rti iazrei aef 111 11! e
biin anid .alp 1huiIU', rash'.Ies, aund irriat-
tios and, iii ~ l.'lt to a fi peii, 'eiatl('tt A
P onvil i'al 'ure when all other retnedl:ct zit,
even the iie-,t jpbyiciauls fail.
V.I1ti'-figbnut the W'.rld. Porv t an iWt., ~(:"am.
(ORI. Ips."tu~on~. Uow to Cure Itchmgilumors..freo.
Handsome Buggies.


\\ .l-i Ne-bra-k-. after a L. Bear & Co. If you have not yet inspected that
*r lt y, -terday fine lot of new Buggies-right from
: .,,. A Thousand Tonguae the factory, at factory prices-go
and -ee them at once, at J. M. Hit-
r- t,a- inaugurate,, a -iC-c- C('otild not express the rapture of liard & ('mH.
.. ,, t a--wr. .e hi- Annii E. Springer,. of 1125 Howard T
found that Dr. King s New Discov- The candidates for the mot popu-
-f .t a ur. ain 'sue l et~eov- iar lady ni th v bs t ng t tf tit f fo .
. .iVal I ,n U.- iue-t- of i .tr.d htier ,if a hacking cough that Pi t ilch l for benefit if fatholra
chi u n'h bazaar i,,tit ced ii thu far ar
i\ t.. MIC(.,iul.' fir mlll:lnv vears had madA lift a btr- Mli Ida l 'iag';zi,. .'1". Julia Mc-
-M .t i, --r ...n IV 1, n.. All other remedies and d)c- MH i .a 'iiia. Mr-. JulM a MC-
S1 4 t il t,- could give her no help, but s Lte .. M,,-" Mi Marii t erit-
1V H.'^ l' '.an,. - iy-of this Royal ('ure--"lt soon re- lh Mi Alm S M
St. *ltrI i:ved the paill in my che.-t and I ('laaudia Ferrara. with lot- ll moire t
ca 1now leepsoundly. something I be h-.ard f,,nii. Pric ,f vIte. tl
t; ,li' ,-a iv ..: i c n -arc ly r.meml er doing before. ce i 'x at tltt' .
', ; re tix.- :.'- ;- i | fe-.l like --ouni iniI it- Iirai-e'.
..4 i l 1 ..a l :. 1 trl-lh:nlt tloe lliver-e." So w ill
,.r ,',,e who tri I)Dr. King' .- Thi Escaimia Flrolitorl Ca,
aI I. I.1 r a I -- il *)- 1\+ry for anV trouble of t ,lit.
.,. r, -,. '- ,,t *., l':.i,"at. C'i -t or Lung 'Pric,. .. H ae Ju t Reciv,.d i I.::'..
,* L ,,,. I" rial bt l, fr.,, itv V. l : ,,-e 1 ( t t l ;. -
:.; "- '., '"' ': '|". \ I> .11. ul rl).rte' D ru) tor,,-.r ": 0.v0.ry lin:-,P'riiof
:*a aord Pubanx-t t< TInttres'meiN.


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i(it.,.it iv~j I cif t Ie la-t exe u l-ioitl
nl iv t!,-veteran-. Wi-arji:)-hiadsLze-.
~AIII Itprtii t a, tin 4 )leli to the,
0 lallt tj11.1; I zreIltniq-. atildIlla! eli to
v. tevrani-t p e ated. the tln' mlnit. withm
i,.'i 111,I1- :11111 the lidhe.- W!!o i ti t I
t tk Iar It. i6 iil elitfil .tZ 0! II, alld
h- i-v, Iv Ivtoythe vt-.n- talill-
i's 1. 10I( X ..V-1"I i i ?$a N.r -I-
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Furniture at all Prices.
We ar- dellint dining riomn table-
ait bl)iraini i l ic -,; ial-i tve bed-
-pri;: :-. I;ittinl.'s kitch-ni ;ff-s. and
kitclh, a cabi iet- with bre-ad board-.
che-t- f, r flour. iand drweorn for
k ito hei.n ut-iiteil arind tablewar#e.
Call a:iA f Xainio thetin at 0. M.
P'ryr'r- 8.ir.ain ilurniture Hour,".


,,.- U,, ,,..,,-t. Anyone interested in
All t, ,ri publi-hi d w\ .-t of t ll .
suwai- riv-r are. requpet-d t', iopy- new and nobby gar-
(i.--nit:j ladies -.kirt-. atd wai-t-' ments for Boys' and
:*'" 'f" '"" "'"t'" '" "r "" (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.


Len ten


Deliacie.
I)elleae1es.


Wa~tchI Thi' Space('' for Our


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Investigate the Convertible Term Contracts
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Old Penn Mutual Life Ins. Co.
DAVID EDREHI, "'s'1 ," "'I"'N;* 'N : k1 1, : -"'
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FIRES


STORE.


~;:ii1~:1 ~fLi~e~'T~e~ ~erceif i:Now On!

I~~~ ]r,.:u\\' V -er tCi.in tthc\ will !!c for a Ion- tim l to ( o)iH..7
w~~~i i7: ~hi reai worth .and1 V u r in tc.retc,-K I. f nk TWl


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Supply Even if You do Not Need Them Now.


S.o cn liEm})roitcre,! and Lac led(Ledl Kind,
worth 15i coach. this sale ... .... ..........

2.; !o/en plain (all linen) 15c ,ualitv, this sale

; >!'ecn plain II. S. cotton. 7 i-2c quality,
th is sale .. .... .. .... ............. . .. 0cC

5( do/en Men's I. S. White and Colored,
Bordered, 12 1-2 and 15c q uality ............. $1


000 yard "Sea Island" Unbleached Cotton, 1 yard wide...... 5c
ase Londle 4-4 Bleached Cotton, . . . . . . . . 8 1-3c

New Line of Ladies' Neckwear Just Received.


W I A R_ PFORBR


--V[1RAN8' DAY!-


THE PEOPLE'S STORE,


Saturday, March 17. NEW ARRIVALS!C-


Veterans' Rally!


OU'R first announcement of New Arrivals of Spring
Apparel. A generous assortment, large variety


11:(J0 A. M. PRESIDED OVER BY Of colors and stvyes to select from of Ladies' Waists.


Brigalier-Gcneral Goorie Bcees.


We carry all kinds; the largest assortment in the


HON.GEO.W.SA&FORD, city of well known brands. Among them the famous


ORATOR OF THE DAY.


Music, Recitations and Addresses.


A Superb Program!
AFTERNOON.
ROGERS' ORCHESTRA.
ERTHTIA L. CLARK, Violini-t:
ANNIE HORIIS WOODCOCK.
Cray)oniitt;
EMMA 1). LEMON.
l'-adt-r and l)D lineatr.

EVENING.
'*0141 A-i, and Dialvct Storii-e by the
li ,r'n st H iimori-t of til-e outlh,
Lo"IS SPENCER DANIELS.
of Nashville.
TISDELL MOVING P'ICTIRES
of t'he Spanish-American War.


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

F or the Rouniid Trip
ONLY 50 CENTSl from Fi t.nstolit cr
Ilver .lun tion an Interilledlatl l t MIIon,,
bly Sp IR'in i Ch+tapegsl t nd Id ,t E\-
cursion in thli- World. i 'r11 ,.I)-lKFN .'
Trminsdo not lIave until after Ilvl1 ingsMe.-

FOIl SALE.
At a bargain, 7; acres '(30 under
fence and cultivation, the l)balan('
wooidlanld 1, of a mile north of C(r-
dova Park, with 4-room hui--. barn
aind two titabl-es. 'rice $i4 0 For
further iiifirrinati4in. i>ipply to W. R.
I),utii:is- on plate. or .1 E. P_ Diibii'-
-o011 B& I'., city. l.i3l111m
DURHAM Cigars are
the finest 5 cent smoke
Try them at D'Alem-
berte's.
Con(' inir. the Albl) Hiay',.tld (',..
the celel)ratd (volied(ian s-IiPport. il
1y v 'PTr:il inln -ical ;:trti-t4 of I,-
1,wn-do .n't f:0ll t, :,.t tik.-t--
, ri 7., ell t-. Jl ilfjt of B. 1'. (0.
:k- ( chaI ity fiiid-( iutter'- hall
Mlon(da" IVeiii i n l 1. ii l2tf

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

NICOLA CASSA,
RESTAURANT- -OYSTERS.
Fruits, Ca dips. VePltMb,


S" f'riffil ///d-7:/.'"" famous for fit, style and finish-in
fact the best fitting Waist in the land. This fact no


dealer or customer can deny.


You may form some


idea of our offerings by a glance at our large exclusive
Shirt Waist Window, and they arc cheaper than
heretofore by reason of our Motto: "SiI Cm-' .\x,
TlIII:I;Y INL RI A.\I: i 11 BUL'SINIS.


New
Arrivals!


Our Centre Tabl'- a, -'r;ar iing beneath a iroodly share of tl., Newe-t
T:iin-- n Lace- anid Emibroideri>,.
S Ed gin g a-d l:i-.ertion Hainhur-g Edging: aintl In-rti,!
V\al-' nia I ace and Insertion.-.
M:ac'lhinm- T'''htna Eddi;," and In-! rtin,
G nrinan Trch,,n Ed%:ing. Apliu',i I,:,,. :i.|l In.,rtiti.
IPint de ,Spret!t. Ori.-ntal and Plat Val. I..a'-.
I Remln:nit, Hanim burz Ed in'. -ix yard I* ; th w.,,! !i 7T .. tc .t.. at 7,>t


Sweepion Sale of Muslin L'nderwear! *
one Lot (Child's Drawer., hei.imne. and tu -ked. -iz,.- I and' _'. at ... Inc pair
s ize 3- ;, 4. ,. a id I ;. O nl;y ...................................... ........ 15c pair
O)ne Lot 'hI '.- "l'rlinlmed l)raw.'rs at (',)st Mark.
(One Lt 'tCilld's Trinimnid (owns at (Cost Mark.
Oie .Lit Child's Trimmeid Skirts at ('Co-t M irk.
One L/,t Mi.- -' Triimniied Gowint at (Co't M.1tk.
One Lot La (i ies' 'Triin.Ied (',lienikes worth :.''e iorn................. 1c eac ci
One Lot Ladies' 'T'rimninil Cambric Ch'lmis;, wirthi 7.'' for..... -. ." eac'.
-\One Lot Odds and Ends1',
In Ladie -' Skirt-. a'd Gowns to ('lo-e ( -.it at C'o-t Mark Pricv.


DeFUNIAK SPRINGS.


Two 11,urs ',fromI |'esI a' .Ia v ii L. N II. I.
Seat of the Florida Chautauqua now in Session
Until March 27th.
C Finest Resort in Western Florida ^i^.
Ti idl'-- A l u P 1 :, : A 'i ; I a i I iNAT H..r : i' :UIa: CiPinU ate.
THE EE;T OF .^!CV1@ATION AT HTLL CHAUiAUGUA.


1MAK lG 100GM


For Our Fine and Lxtens!ve Line of


Spring


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'ill tav,- a f,-w ,.f t ... .,- ., -,.,'- r' O., E t '. r -
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-::-JOS. COLEMAN.


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rn-ull. onfl 1.-ItI Alo,,'
M wv.ral wal!r ? v-r l~nhrw Ti (7nI I f- It 1W 7'1
you upor. call 3t itfi.- Il".1"-J1- .1 1 f .-f, '.t


Tos. (. U/atsoo 9
RW AT- ESTATE.
Rental and Insura
AGENTS,
No. 1 South Palafox tree


I'F;N-.Ae d.A. lr. 't.


-
J. M. I:TTTTIARD & CO.,
-.Mainfacturer- and DI)al-r- i.-
Carriages. Buggies, Wagons anti Dray,.
i--Repairing Attended to Promptly.=--
:;o EAST GARDEN ST. : : : : : PENSACOLA. FLA


Roses--Carnations.


(o I am selling the p-onuct of the ,,H'emont and l ighilndI Park (Gardens of
'" MonTomery. and on te e v huons' r.otice can fu *n;ih any amro int of tut Flowers
and Ii e nRtiD wanted.
Carnations 75c per dozen. Delivered
since American Beauu'es S3.10 to S.)O per doz n,. Delivered
All Oher Roses 51.50 to $1.75 per dozen, to you.
, Finz Phone :;9. MISS VIOLETTE MOREXO.


Schwartz,

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Chinepta and Japanese
*=Fancy Goods,=-*
FINE CHINA TEAS.


ARE YOU < GEN. WHEELER IN ALABAMA.
ARE-YOU' A Passed Throughl Momtgonery Earoute
DAIN K UP I in health. to w.M ,to,.
constitution undermined by ex-h ATLANTA. March 1.-General Joseph
constitution undermined by ex- Wecer passed through Montgomery
travagance in eating, oy disre- thi- muraina earoure to Washington.
gardinc the laws of nature, or H. is travelin, via the Southern. Gen.
Z1 i "i T eral Waeeier ,iuli:aed to divccsi public
physical capital all gone, if aeone. le evaried quntionds as to
N EVER D.AIR i. tneprobible tight against his taking his
NEVER DESP IAI I se "t in congress aud ali national iues.
.Tutt's Liver Pills wi. Dct ussig the sitcaioin n the Philip-
Tutt Lver Pls ll ure yo. pines tie ad be beheved hostilities
For sick headache, dyspepsia would cease so soon as the newly a.-
s p poinaet cowmissioon should arrive in
sour stomach, malaria, torpid tne Phihpplued. He was much im.
... pressed of the Filipiao with whom he
liver, constipation, biliousness came in ciniact.
d 11 k d d d j. Ge-jeral Wa,"er is iu 'ood bhoalth,
and all kindred diseases. hanlug stood nis voyage remarkably
Tutt's Liver Pills we
T u t bsolu te SPEEDY TRIAL IS ORDERED.
an absolute cure. .
cMen Chbrged With Assessination of
--.--.. ..... .. (l~bGoebutl U et lHearag.
1ii.sisaippi R.ver CommriTssiton. FRANKFORT, Ky., March 15.-At a
Mipnits, March 153.-The Missiaippi conference between the county and dis-
river comiuuis3ion will arrive in Mem- trict court officers here is was deter-
pnis Satur iay on the commission mined to have returned hero Secretary
steamer Miii's,ippi. The commisason Iof State Powers. Holland Whittaker.
i o i i i annual s iupection tour and its IW. H. Conlon and Captain Davis, the
eariv visit to M -nuatl is ei erit looked four ,slegii accessories to the asssii-
erward to by thosj interested in the nation n0 Governor Goebel and to give
great water way. tnemna speedy examining trial.
S......... __ Tne orer of traInsfer from Louiaville
1Ti k-y Aliriu-I. was made this morning by County
T March 15.-Terei Judge Moore, and deputy sheriffs will
C, )\..-TA\ ;', '. M ,irch ".leave at once to bring the prisoners.
great auixiety in uflia l circ es here re- Tne prisoners will be arraigned sepa-
gar:;ning tu-. }-.s aiiu government's re- rateiy and it is thought that bail will
ussal to mtodity i:s remarks regarding be granted to two of them by consent
railroad concession in Asia Minor. cf the commonwealth.
The Turkt.i government advises against -
submiu:s-iti. ,i'lI'tl.K BOOI Cl ( E:I:.
a "- "".r 3yi .iLn < firing Prtovii.ig Faill Ito Sut-
M<>;",iMinl;Y, Ala., March 15 -Fire fIer~ .


today at R-d4 bd r %ii,-. a suburb of Mont-
gonmery, destroyed three large g-neral
st( r-s T'tie ieos, $.-j.i0u, i('overed by
in-oriu.i'- Tne rtortes were o; Cileti
by .1 M Carr, 'P. O'lear ana Max
G(;ubuucg.
Bill A s thony* asponwt. t
W.:asi-o(roN, March 15.-The direo-
tor of the- con-us today appointed the
widow of Bi3 Anthony, of "Maine"
ai:no, a c.erk in tue census bureau.
lDem.ru-tlve Mr.,.
11 KI'TS)>, Mass., March 1,.-Fire
t; !a ;,,, s. roveid ive of the best business
Il.ui' im:s In this place. Loss estimated
at a;.-. UlJ to tio t000.i .
DAILY MARKET REPORTS.
COrTT0A.


I- .ver Blood Pur ? Are you ~ure
o; i? DI)i <. its r -crate .ti hesal
-iw|-j l),.s ynlour skin itch or burnii'.'
IHIve yv u I'iinilphs.? E.rutption?
A ch in;: BoIi ; or Back? EFx'za-i:i'.'
(I1 o, -reH-.' Boil-? Scrofula? Ri.n- -
iii.iti-in? Foul IlBreath? Catarrhi?
'Are voi pale? If so purify your
Blood it )oncel with I. B. B. ( Botanili.
Blood Balm). It "i akes the Bloodh
Pure and Rich. heals very ,bore
anud giv-es a clear. smooth., healthy
skin. Defp-,ated cas.-s like ulcers,
lancer, eating sores, Painful Swel-
lings, Blood Poison are quickly
urged byl I. IB. B1., made ez ~eeiallY
f,,r all ob.tii-ate Blood and Skilt
Troubles. B. 1. It. is diller-nt froin
other remiedie-s oecauii-e B. It. II.
> dit'tkiln thie-t l l and ti][,1n ,11101, ;r l 1-'n i r i1t


N S w Ool MArc, 1: 3. illK CIo K C.. ij l .- -I.
.imuiiry rchhi.rv .c (f the Bhood and entire svstel m so
reinry.......... 77 the symptos cannot return. Give
.irc,... .... ... .' 44 ..... 9.6: it a trial. It cures w hen all else fti.il,.
Apr,. .... .... 6.i ThI orolughly tested for 30 years. sold
,ay .. .............. .... 6j at drug stores at $1 per large bottle,
jUUe.. ............. 4. a .... -5.- 6 latj, bottles (full treatm ent) 5.
Ju i ....... .. 4 ....9.55 sutrerirs may test it, a trial bot-
pL .....li.r .... . ..8 .4 3 tl given away absolutely free.
Oiouoer ....... ( .... s.03 Write for it. Addrpss B II,)OD)
.Aov,,er.. ..... 7 .... 7 .w BALM CO., Atlanta. (;a. Write to-
.ec .e: .. *... 7 -.9 day. I)es-cribe troubleand free med-
.ipot c.)ttona losod quiet. muilddlng up- ical advice given.
lan *". z:nid.ll;:g gulf 10',. Sales 117 ..
l RAIN AN PROVISION. J. I. Stephens has a large assort-
CHICAGO. Marchb13 o0V 1,1104 O nient of Solid Sterling Silver and
1.Ai-Marcti .... .... Roers Knives. Forks and Spoon
%MoIAT-May ....6 2 cu. .... C66 1
)\ HKAT-Juiv ........ .... t7 -'
\ir Al --'-ptemier ..... t; GIAND I) EXCURSION
U (JIN-.-IM4lc .....


oUAT-May ... .... 7
UAOt.-J uily .. 8
E-.iy. .. .y 2.";24 a

1 1..4' . .a n d .
a'..i .. :,1 |To Greenville, Montgomery and Bir-
LA .'A .... ."....... .. 1 iii .i lnglaiii, Saturday night, Ml re.i
LA D--.lUy ....... .... 76 31, leaving l'iil)IX Depot at ]>:30 oil
LIB9S--M lrti ...... .... 1 i;0 regular lius-en)ger train. Fire for
ti .-Mt- . 6 -o .... U6I) t oulnd trio: Pensacola to lMont-
t a-Jly ... .. .. 6 2 .,' oli- ry. b..-4: to (11't-lnville, .;{350;
N.V. L STOR .. Biiiingtami.. $ ;i,' From Ciin -
ISAVANNA&H .larch 14.-Splrito turpe n as l'enacla. Pa ties
tue tirm at 4, receipts, 4U3. sale W. ex-4.iirll leer W a l toi. et
ports 15li. Roin firm; receipts 1,00l. mHale desiril:g sl.eper Will apply to ticket
I.'.<- exp ir:os '26. Quoti: A. 11, (' aizent in till. Purchase tickets at
1). I. < EK. 1t..5. F. $1.614 G, $1.A H. lticktt ollice. Tickets good for flwv
l..> 1. ..) K. $2.-. M. c2.0o. N., $ ., ..v, to I.': rn"'.n anv rgrila'' p:s-
windowglass 3.N, waterwhtte 6..40. n Cr r in. For fourth r Iinforina-
WILMI'tNTON.M.arch 14.-Spirits tupen. .
tCie steady at 631' ,t54: receipts I. Rosia tI i a' '; .0
noth:iig doing; receipts .'15. Crude tur- (iiliT.K\ I N\t or
pentine q.iet at Pllt!4- "':5; receipLs 10. Tar P. Tlf.MAS,
hltady at tl.O. receipts t;13 8 'enr ;noli.


eaaPerrins'


Sauce


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'IVorcestershire


BEWARE OF IMITATIONS
". I- ad.Lpt,1 f: every variety of dish-from Turtlc' to Beef. from Salmon
to Y-:aaks. :o a.'1 of which it gives a famous relish."
JOHN DUNCAN'S SONS, Agents, N. Y.





CRONIeS SALOON
o--IDFALER IN--o

ImpUrte antd Domestic Wines, Liquors and cigars.
JUG TRADE A SPECIALTY.


Connver Rolinort and Devilllrs eS4.


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TB: ORIIIAL IITVCIT DAIREL O u E,


S. A. FRIEDMAN, Prop.

AGENTS FOR


High-Grade


Liquors.


SILVER BROOK, PRIVATE STOCK BEN HARDIN SOlP'I MASH.
VERY FINE; FRIEI)MAN'S CELEBRATED OLD P'R VATE
STOCK, 12 YEARS OLD; OLD SILK VELVET. KEN-
T('CKY'S PERFECTION OF PARITY. ANI)
LOTS OF OTHER BRANDS WHICH
PI'ACE WILL NOT PERMIT
TO MENTION.

.gg Thp Larze-t and ,Ve-t Seletcted Stock of B.ttrI W itikyv ar'l
Wiues for[ Family i'se.
THE JUG TRADE IS OUR MAIN SPECIALTY.
L WpAlqo Agent for the FI'amous Pabst Milwaukpe Beer. Free Deliv-
(ry to every Part of the City.


P. O. Box 41.",


PENSACOLA. FLA.


Tleplhoilne 179.


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ALLIGATOR


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i-OOPPOSITE UNION DEPOT.i-am

W. C. NORMAN, Proprietor.


Telephone No. 46.


---THE CHOICEST AND MOST POPULAR BRANDS CF--

WBii:i: W11119 aiK u.JA


-i5DBEERS, ETC.,-'6


II WOO AND CLASS, LANSE OR SIILL Q'A1XITIES.


SOE AGENTS FOR


PENNLAND RYE WHISKY.
I(OKHILL, SOLR MAS 4H.
YELL )WSTONK RYE WHISKY,
DAIRY MAID WHI.KY.
ATLANTA BREWING COMPANY H
CELEBRATED BEER-KE.,< lo'TTL.:.


H. H. WICKE,

Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter,
No. & South Palafox Street.
All Kinds o. Plumbing and Gaw Fittings Materiala Kept rnT Hand


%LIr.PPJONK 3225


SOMETHING NE W

-4EVERY DAY .\:
o---ALT ---.

HALL & KLEIN'S


Mammoth Retail Grocery,

502-504 SOUTH PALAFOX ST-,
Tololthoxn.e 300.

L i0'Patron-. N,'w wa:,, l lld, ;art' C'rdijlly Iivit.-d to) V\ -it trl I I n rt
th1 .ii I illIrII St,,Ick.


A. M. AVERY,
(fmtms Se fwso W imfw.)
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ALL ORDERS SERVED ON SHORT NOTICE ron, Naill, Axes, Bhovels, Saw Mill and Steamboat huppiles, Cooking
AT ANY TIME AT REASONABLE PRICES. and Heating SBtoves, Paint, Oils and Window Glass,

.-^ ooms for Rent by the Day, seek or Month. AApte and Tinware and HouseftrulshIng Goods.
3i, 312 Norll Tarragola Strast, Opplsite Unioo Dipat. OGuns, Pistols and Fishing Tackle.
S-Teiephone 68.--0 AGENT for Birmingham Rolling Mill Company, Revere Giant
--.4*GEO. WILSON & CO.,:.- Stitched Belting, Northampton Emery Wheel Company, Laftin &Band
Don't Forget to Stop With the Fat Man. owder Company, Johnson's Kal.omine, Iron King lad Buck's Stores
rnrr,, urnrTnmra nrmu;a asin m,,air.ir II nr T,,,, g and Ranges, Wm. Conpgs&Co.'s Baw Hide Lace Leather, Maurr' Beady


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4 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 16, 1900.


THE DAILY NEWS:
Eatered at the Po(t office at Pensacolu.
IPS._ *second-class matter.
OVFICr: Pitt Building.-:l ., Soth i alat-
fox strter-t. up-btairs.
PI BLIIHfEl' IIY
THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO.

Terms-Invariably in Advance.
One Vtear by %Ma:l!
Itli Montbh
Three Months I :
Pa We't, t.y Carri.-r, pyatble. Monday 1'

THE W KKKLY NEWS:
Poblishod evry Friday at $i.'", per year
rotaiage fre-.

TELEPHONE NO. 118.

Advertising Rates Furniehed on Applica'ion.


PRISAOOLA. MARCH. 16. 1900.

PRIIFCIV'CT IPDaXEGATFS
1Repr*-*vt tire 4conoiorvative demo'rat'k
4have t-dortbd thifolluowing tickvtt ot del-
tegatft from the- elty precinct* to the Il'et-
tsratIC Vouflty ('tliv'eLtlon to 1w helId at
roweitou. April 14 and aiiii that they I)--
giroushe-artyinupportby the- voters:
Pretfcinct -tH. (;11. .4 gI-. I 'a~ iiiShe+.--
ban. Wni. Buzz-&l VI. I Max wr-l. ard ''. F.
PrWrIgCton. A~. AMount. Tb",-.Hannah'.
r.1o n(,-. i nt ae W '
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rr-c'inc! -. F .14.I'ztnaii 1.' n W ect.
Wmfl t%-il!e, J IF. Aborci,11122 n i:,1'W. A.

A PirI-=, diz;:stchtulion('inc~in-

.iiut ntordt-r- all of it- 11 i..- !:om na
Cincinnati f~tctuirv*. ti 'rl.r-it-fur l:iif
ai llhil'II. *s "tifi'2tkil:.Id- !..r liar


.-xcedi~~lYfri-Indly ::tutid'. -of that
.ovt~oward- te I '..iA



:.1 tefr..iri roii intturfoire-ivo with
(irt-Ait IIitaii! in i hr ( wikt t li*~hthe
I.-iIjtti Africani irep'tlldic-- 1 'callvd--
tldwa~t.'- th-I r u tteur (I i--tatul -h -
]lltht..-n!d t o-ipe-uremacv iv 1 Ln..zlitlit
in So.ut h AriN. ii: will VerifV
t he "naxi ii t hat .O riiei- lwhicil
dez~erve t'h i~eutood(-C'ul~ln' i't )

T11 E ljarzy f ri4-ie id- --f S-natoor
epe. of New NYork are d.)Ubtless
busy do-tniiv a .t,-yrv ocenltly pub-
In'hoed in the -Nf-w Yik Pro~- to thoe
to fltect th it i'fe wa- bltiii it till by Coor-
Jjvtlilu- a>itzi-.I hilt f rom eI tac h iug
h Itt e ithe 1ire-idiuti~ial hiwmidati-'in
tthst s-a clq~t~ilttii !t (ii. llarri-iin.
lite jirm- bt)Qinz anl dditioi. tot $1''.-
11000 to Lia- Irv jts'~ .401,' a ;'r. -i-
dtnt of the, N. Y. Coq'itra..
THiiE rmtps'r-1uyal re;'tiblicaini news-
ape:- inithe Not th art- kteepirigvery
%l-'t abouttt t!;-L.~lAt',t lIyuchiiIg ia
I:!#- South. It tickuirrd A t lit iiid.
Mi-c.. diii wa p ct'ilair Iea Ilo11
-A hite jovrI(1'iA wtre 0- ( din it.
whiclii. v a(eeiou::t .0'.t.e ilf'uive
"f t~lt- 11(t1 :Hru i -it -A ttholi *f
is-gr-ie- .armt-d Nwith \Wiiich--:' r- %-I--
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lief is needed, and there seems to
have beeu suggested no better meth-
od than that advocated by the
Galnesville Sun and approved by
the Jacksonville New-. t)o ailend
the con-titution soi as to increa.*-e t"e
nuinber of upreintr ju-tice- to five.
and confer upon the legislature the
pow. r to increase tho numb'r tof jiu-
dicial circuits in it- di-cretin. Roth
of tlhe-#e excelleit journi: Is tariute
that the number of judges and ju--
ties i- tile sample as i! was thirty
years ago. although the population
has more than doubled, and the ag-
gregate valu9 of taxable property
has increased four-fold during that
period.

Biliou-ness and constipation aue
setds out of which spiitg many ,f the
serious di-eases that afflict the hu-
man body. Sound judgment would
demand the immediate removal of
this condition before it develops
something more troublesome and
difficult to cure. PRICKLY ASH BIT-
TERS is a reliable cure for constipa-
tion and disorders of similar charac.
ter. [t not only thoroughly empties
and purifies the bowels, but strength
ens the bowel channels and regulates
the liver and stomach, hence it per-
fornus a radical cure. Sold by Han-
nah hiBro-.

A MOBILE OPINION
on the s peedy Consiction of Emanuel
Iichardo'n.i
The Mobile Register of ye-terdlay
-ays:
Pensacol'it c ii'- to the front with
a record for swilt action in criminal
ie .--O. On Tuesday a negro nain-itd
Enmantiel Richard-oin was arrested
ihrE onil the charge of burglary. Arid
w-heln tak- i before Chietf Meos-t he,
confessed and iait! bare th i fact-
con'inected with the char.e. It"w -
ardt-ion asked the adlvice of th!e ih:, f
a- t:. what tie -liould do w!i.li lhe I, -
turned to l'>'i-a.',la. I'lie c:ief toid
hiii to tell tlhe truth., that unii'dy
*.ver lost anythinti-' y','t 1by followinii
th-e s-rai:tit and int rrolw p:ith, ;aul
the lh-t thilig I:e (.could do w,;.li h-
f.ited the Peli-acola court was to
Wi i U ,o 1. and that tie w,,ild In, tid tlt
h,. l-t d4rw i li41t.
I'ieo ne ro wa- returned t, l'', -'i-
l I yevtst' rday nllornii n A ;ti l a ind ll,
time lat, r thie chief received the f,.l-
lwin gz starthlin- telegram froi'i t!e
ilic'r w'r t i t ,k linlli lack:
'"Five minutes after our anFI:v.il
our timani got ten years.".
It is evident that h icharid-ion fiId-
ltwed ttie chief's advice. Ainy:iw.
h.- never "It 'f" anythli l: two, year~
wa. What ihe expected and I e- ,g:
to 11.
R lio.tlll.. altr atili lllti',e tlin ).
llat;,ullnc'-e r water bra-t, mliiay i '-
lIi Pli:l; KI.Y A-li lfl ITERS. It -trenlgt!.-
ien- di1e'-tion. c(leanse atnd re.l : :te,
!tf b t)-l. 11! byi H 1:11 ii 0 Br.-'.
N. A. T. S I.
I ir- .l Aitiiier-ary antid Ranll ilt ,La-t
Nifghtr.
A: the tnY-tic hour of lii iiz'1ht.
la-t night, t!i, member- of A z#imbly
No. tl. NatiotiiAl A o--ciatit;i of '":r-
atried;; Sta."e m',iinplo -t,, 111id invited
;;luct-. a-~-.-nihl,,I at t.e, New Co'r-
dova r -'.iuranit t., (* 1 :' r..: fir'-,
uli ln ver-.lry

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th~e same dtli,'ulty exist-, .m1 more.
tmadn one tllort a- been made to
rt medy t!. trouble. Diubtles- the
first steps looking to aniithel change
inu the constitution would have been
taken at the last e-.sioun. bult for
the declaration of a nmembelr of
the court that no legislation was
liecesaFry: and the effect of the
change providing t.at cases might
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it. Moila". March 1,. a;t ti-e ,,irte
,,f o'ulnty Judig- T. R ,. MIctulla .
4,r tle- trltI- i,. t' ,li' of p !t.'li 1.ii-iIn e-
is 111may come l'ef e it.
Bly order -of


~S-cret.


Y. C 'h:1i 1, 1i.11ii.
i IT. 111rd


LABOR TROUBLES


AMICABLY ADJUSTED


Timber at Ferry Pass and White
River Released.


Timtber Will Now Come I)own an
Needed and all Knights it alabor
Interested Will Resunme Work
Htsh Here in the Bay anti at Ferry
Pass.
The labor troubles existing at
Ferry Pass and White river, where
all timber has been tied up for some
time, were amicably adjusted to-day
and business will be resumed as be-
fore. Timber will come down as
needed and the work of loading it
into vessels here will go merrily or.
The differences were adjusted at
12:304 to-day at a meeting of Messrs.
W. S. Keyser, H. Baars and Win. H.
Knowles, representingi the timber
shippers, and District Master Work-
man Arthur McConnell and Master
Workman George White of Delta
Assembly, representing the Knights
of Labor.
The details of the agreement have
not been given out by the interested
parties for publication, but every
point was satisfactorily adjusted.
Pensacola is to be congratulated
upon this settlement of the existing
differences, for it looked in the be-
ginning like a general -trike oif all
Knights ,f Labor inll tte dil trict iin-
terested in the manufacturer or hanld-
ling of timber would be the result.
The labor leaders denloii-trate-d in
this ditliculty that they ar.' wist ,
lonilerva;ive. able men. and that
t.iey have the best intfrest- ot f the.
port at heart. It i- iinc r.elv hoipetl
by all that no further dlitff-rernes
may ari-e and that the bu-iie-- of
ihe port mal:y proceed in a sii:,ntl.
uninterrupted innatner.


United Chariti #..
A ineeti g of those ititer--te in
oraniziing a il'Uni ited 'Charti- ta-. ciation wa heid at Cluiitters ni-ic
hall yesterday afterntii,. lre-ided
over by Temporary Chairiman J. M.
D)ani lly. After di-' usi n tf tie -
tail,. a committee o(oi clsn-tit!titlli
anid biy-laws was appointed a- f ,l-
Ilw- : Rev. P. H. Whalev.. Rev. .1.
. I)annelly. Rev. W. E.. cllwal :'
Re-v. Jean VlaneI, Rev. I. E. Wageoln-
heinm. Thi- committee was atuthor-
ized to lnomtiinate peltinliali-Ilt itilct l-.
T'lie li xt nmeetillg will b' l1.1l at the
Ch'lamber of (Commerce a; 4 .'cl-ck
fTutsday afternoon.
\t'eallier Caondini'mn
The 'tormii lias moved fr, i1i W\est-
rnii Florida to the New Y' k co(at.
accompanied by high winid' iandt
hieaviy precipitation, and fo!!swed by
a cold wave.
The temperature is below zt'ro in
thle tipper portions of their lake re-
rion, Mississippi and Mi-outli val-
leys. and all station- report freezing
temperature, or below, wirti titie ex-
(cption of Au ustitta. (orpl -. Chri-ti,
(ialve-ton. JaLk-otiville. Koy v -.
Mac )1:. Mobile., Pcil iac,'.l ai .l N' ;
Orlea':uia.
Frost oct urred s-tit!:w:'rAI t I-





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;:i oni.,ry atow I -N cil, a ;4 )11 i -.
I'lth ;,,-d t eeather will ih i ; ,-
ni-itanidI h ywas,- wt %v ill 1
,,cct r' Satlur i ay m ornliinri: .
(; tr in- :t!id fruit i tire fc ,,ll l -
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Made in Pensacola.


BO)NBONS AND CII( )OLATES.
ALL KINDS OF BRITTLEs.S
P01 CO S FA FOAM.
ASK V-11


M'MILAN'S III'DGET.

March 10th being "Farmers' day'
at the Florid Iha'utauqua I1 jitid
the excursion of 1 carload- of "*live
stock."
The-re we learned flrom the experi-
mental station that Florida is unex-
celled for grass; that fancy b-ef can
be produced cheal.~r here than in
any region of the Northwest. Casava
and velvet beans are important dis-
coverias in these new "Klondyke
fields" at home.
'The time is past for success ill
agriculture by muscular power
without the plentiful as~e of brain--."
Whether the brains can be produced
here successfully is the interesting
experimient-open to us all.
Those Chautauquan-s are so brainy
that they can almost tench you 1ow
to run water up hill and succeed In
far.ning a desert.
Our "One Hour in Japan" with
Prof. Stockbridge was just long
enough for the first visit among a
people who invite yo-u to remove
your shoes before entering their
houses-then to sit on your heels
while eating from their cushioned
floors, which are their only beds.
Never a picture or ornament vi-ible
in their houses-nor any partitions
used except as arranged by movable
screens to suit the occasion. They
never use the green teaa which the-v
color with Prussian blue for the
British and American trade.
They subsist mainly on rice and
tea. After steeping the uncolort l
tea over 10 or 12 times they dry and
ship the "fine tea" grounds to u.i.
Travelers are conveyed ,ov,'r tleir
beautiful roads in cart-z r(seiimbling
our baby carriages, by Japainese,'
tpo wer.
M r. Stdd'ird i. h,-d ui- tlhroili
hii- maglie view- o ('lb.t in 15 in n-
ute har- ly -tippl4>0iniiz lo t'i1-)(1 1li
at the HAiv tn:t miirket to -f- tin
dtairynivnii i nilki:g i th.ir c('w~ at the
Iatte- of ti, ir patroi;- at _'20 ce-iit 1 r
quart.
The chie-f ti'::I;> ..e..ne-eld to b- i:i
lottery tick,.- 1l:ti w,. tarri,,I ir
Cuba lniiiger I'P -iiailla nih,. t l:at\e

As our tr.,in frimi l'euiiacll: ,:i-si d
up the El-ainbia b,hichl-with ti t
,iuttic.llpping--s i -of xhiau-tzlo-,- fire-clay
-trata ab,'vt- the track-andi cort
It baik- o f iSaita I{s;'.: s ii
white -a:'c- gli'-teii'i across t.
water to the s.outhiward. I woi
ilered whih'i would prove the richer
inlvestmenlt- Pe-liat'iia g:la-s work
oi E-caum ia i1Liid i):, k Ti i.- wlini' survive till tlie noon-
dayy of the, dawniiit.r_.eiit'ry will find
thi. wooden '.t',iniie!t'cC of Peni-acola
ritted away--t'' -aw and planing
mills supplanlilited byi) -anld factori,-
a:id clay iills-fire cilpani-sii dis-
banded and iniuralnce agents star'-
\Vlien the -sulb.tittution of iron.
lss'Is andl pottery for wood coli-es in
.-alrnest. there will lbe a re-action aind
decline in the market for common
lumiiber. It will biw iinlawful to u-t
it in buildings. bridges or walks.
The orail Le- bu.iine-s has proven a
failure in We-t Florida-the blight
has im -paired (our fruit prosptct-s
renerally-but ino) drouth, frost t.r
tbliglit ha l ever dtiteriorat-d the high
standard of itur gla-as--aid, ni r iln-
paired the fine iclay-which is a (er-
tain "ciq)," with a suri ialik t, at
1)14) 1. 1% r ,ricol .\.s.
Tl<-~. .

'1 he' 'hrisliain.
A -I -' : ;.. f.i-!. m tai>nl ii ''T'
I '!:1 l>-t ill ;. -" ;i .' , ,r:lIt It I 1 ,l 1 -t
S i -t Ai t ti wI i p I l.i tI ('.
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tl w IIl ;t t riili ;it ti I- .t i' tili'-
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Itadl Car.,- alnd Snl kies.




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Who is Rader ?

He's the Laboring
Man's Friend. He will
sell you Furniture on
the easy payment plan.
Try TIil N W n,:t (C = ,
arill I ?y yoit.



MOiNTIi MII O .

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di i-* t i t ,i i it l i I r
W iVth i r t I, r di.-t tt fi t ni '" will
cure th! lw r-t f ,r ii- (if t hi ttl r-
i eiitivz :i tlictiin with its hit:dred.
.if hurC i >e -ylnpt, to other oirga i-i than th s stomach.
By tri addition. it-' virtur-i vi a a
t honeral to nic and itivi-rorator alid
blood purifoier. are not iinpaire-d in
he lea-t. Nqi better modicinie can
be found for the i-lii-f of t!h.,-, di--
#'a.k i that are i, jri 'vale it tihe
-pri ir monthi. t.
F take- thick opportunity to thanril
In \ friend- fti thepuppirt t!ey have.
..iVein tlhi T nic. and pri i-e thitt


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COLORS THAT WASI-

27-inch S ilk G inghaim s .....................................
31-inch Silk Foulards.......................................
31-inch Milk Finish Teaur I)e <,,............... ............
32-inch Zephyr Gingham s...........................
27-inch Fine Check and Stripe (;iin!t:.a- ii..............
")-inch Spring Style Percules-.............................
Pattern Milks, no two alike ....... ..................... .
40-inch India L inov i .......................... ........... .
25-inch C heck N ainsUi ok ..................................... .
100 Pieces Dim ities....................... ............ . ; -
lOM Pieces Long Cloth ............ ................... ..... I. : _


Mattings.

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COOPER & CO'S SHOW

Will Exhibit at Pensacola Three Day


Commencing March 22, 23 and


Admission:


.34
I:.,*


Children 15 cents

; &dults 25 cents.


JUST OPENED.



low Corliva e1 um ani Co ee :

*-Everything New and Clean.- --.
Tll.e Most Attractive in the Entire City. R gular M ::!- *
and Short Order- Served :t all hiur-. ., -c.;l \V W ,k:

A R. RAWRER &0 ("O PrnnrietolS.


BEST MAKES, LATEST STYLES.


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s THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 16, 1900.


TRIOlPHAL ENTRY


THE
CLKAtgIF4G
AND HE IAUNG


OF LORD ROBERTS C lt os
CIITRiRRO


Frazer Surrendered the Keys
of Bloemfontein.

8TEYN FLED FOR SAFETY

t'Ulo Jack Floats F rom Goveramemt
Building Orange Free State No
Mor--luberts Says the Ex-Pres.l-
delt l a **"Nonentitay."


LOomDN. March 15.-At precisely 1:39
o'clock Tuesday afternoon, a union
jack, specially made for this purpose by
Lady Roberts. was hoisted over the
presidency at L.oemwfoutein amilst the
acciamations of the commander-in-
chief's battaiions. in which, cnrious.y
eongh, the Orange Free S-ate burgh-
ere appear to have jG:ued w::h remark
able heartiness.
The oppodttln to the enrvy of the
Britush troops into the capital was in-
significant Boers were found oc.-nny-
ing a few hills south of the place. b-t a
few shells drove them otf and a: ,.' i
the morning some newspaper (.;:r-
ootd1ents enter cthe town : Yra*r and otner dfijisAl?. a1 uu.ded
them to were 1, ra Ia 'er:.s -too,. ,:1
on top of a hi.i wai inu .r tnem A.s
spoke:;iuan Mr 1 a1 ra ,a r. r..:e'';: 1c
for hie and properly &ZU i-cc rieaf'i
the keys
Lord Roberta. aceomupan:eJ Iy his
etaff, rode at the heai of a ceivalh aie a
mile long to the presidency. reve,,.iug
an ovation througaLcut the rout<. cui-
minariag min a remarkable uenite:istra-
tioa at the market square. Reaching
the governout buidwigs. Lord Rob-
esrt took pesee-ion of Ite city in the
*ama of the queen and tben repaired to
the presadeiey where the ceremony of
bhostang the unton jack ended forever.
aocoa ding o antveroai opiniou here. the
Boer government of the Free &ate.
Dnagre hi progress through the town
bead Roberm stopped and ordered tae
tesmat repieteases of goods which
were being looeed from the artillery
barracks by kaffira. thus giving the pop-
ul se ans eess assurance of the treat-
Pmeet they mogbt expect from the vio-
tors.
rreeodeot Seyn fled to Kcoonstadt
without rsp"yiag to Lord oberts' de-
mand for his surrender and the com-
mander4ta-rinof remarked afterward.
during the course of eonversa on while
br-akfatilg at She tarm of Preeulent
Seya's brother, that the ex-president
**"bad beoomse a nonenctty."
The ntrils troops, with the exception
of those ocessary to patrol the town,
reoastled- outside.
Bioemnfontein is now regarded there
at a sort t I bti. way inoue and base of
o.1prations for ine auvance on Pretoria.
lir j-rlSr .y. tI n lo ni i-IatoI.
N.Ev Y:;st, March : A ritspatch
frt::!i Pres.denit Kruater t Tno Eveuing
; ;7na.. datci I'i':oria. via Berlih,
.ars. "T'le itiurher wiul; only ee.ise
t cttn" wirn dea-tn JUar ':ces are re-
t3arin.i in &- wd order t. cur hlue of de-
l..uise oti lir own Vin: TTri., Natal cam.
>aitgo was l<'ncer in (ur favor tnan we
-xt",cte.i. Tue British wiii never reach
i'rerorta. Tae taurghers S c.yn, Jout rt;
a:: my-C :f. s a a a] te otberr,
arf ut,-'a., Tuere aie no differenores.
toJ ne.-p us "
J 'Io-rlt Press hl-.ith PK.I ().ns, March 15 Before re'nrn.
tig to tae troct today tG-nral Joubert
cnd to a press represoutative: "Ine
urage of the British s liters is be-
no question. Tnoy rushei tae kepjes
:J intrenchments in a learre-A mlan-
r. bat were not a match for rth Man.
.trs, which simply niJwed them down.
G .v. riam -"lt . PRETOrIA. March 1 -State Secretary
Re:ta this morning rcs:ed the follow-
mag anaoMoenment: **Ye.terday Bloem-
foasein was occupied by the British
after the burghter had retired in a
northerly direction. Toe seat of the
rovernmeat of the Fr-o. .tase has been
alUady transferred to Krocusta!t."
tirslr.lte.um I.. Veie..
CAPz Tow.N March 15 -The Trans.
vaalers at Bloemfoutein threatened to
turn their guns on the town it the
peace advoMewe refused to fight. but the
.bweat war navasitag. The war party
3ed. The British are now working tbe
free ~tate railroad.
IilI Destroy Joh.ane'eburag.
Esrw Yor.t. March 15 -Montague
Whase confoairms the rumors that tbe
Boere will utterly destroy Johannes-
burg if forced to do so. Pretoria could
oot be defended. be says, if Johannes-
burg were permitted to rema n.
C(lesent s*ed ( BETHULE BRKIDGE CAMP. March 15.-
General Clement's brigade has eff'oted
a junction with General Getsecre's
troops at Baraeredorp. A patrol left
stday for Aliwalnorth to join hands
wi;h General Brabsmt.

fl i\; vn:-, GA (. Mirch 15 -As a pre-
aoutonary measure a general vaccina-
twa as in progress in Columbus. Thts


wmorn'n=: 30 defendants faced the re.
c.rdor :or haviug refused to be vacci-
mated. Confronted with the prospect
. Ioing to jaii, they bared the:r arms.
however.
('aldeirheaNd lR'nominulted.
MAN.HTTAr Kan.. March 15.-Con-
reossman W Vi.am A. Caiderhead was
soday renomimated by the Republican
mnmvention of the Fifth oongresswoual
asstrict.

-I think I would ,:o crazy wi'i:
p:ti; w-re it niot for ( ih'?iihe'rl:tii-'
Pain llin.' writ- Mr. \V H. S;a-
pl. ton. H.-rtinie. Pa.. I:.Atv- .-
11'eted with rthe uni : .ti-;i f< -- v..-* ;
v,..r-; aild havp triedl r lt.-*.diti- v i'* -
u,.: nUiiiiimb r. but Paini W.tilii i" tht
he-t ine-dicine I haiv- :,:t hil ( f.'"
t inv nnlicatlol t..li.-Vli te- Prlt'


CATARRH FRENCH REPUBLIC KI DEY DISEASES VIDAL & SMITH,

gluo COUNTING SOLDIERS of An ] i


Ely's Cream Balm
1*% :t t.1 ph.. lot mh hhEL jS .
i~i it --. C (t tire

*~ xCOLOD'itHEAD

IC t i ~I :,I- i T1 i~, .- 1 N t ;l o -I -


JURY OBJECT TO GARDINER.
Wasted to MAk& an Invrestig.-ation
ithlotit o t ilsm.
Nrw YoK. 'larch 13 -Asensa'ional
element was iuj-eted into the reform
movement today whea the grand jury
formally protected aga:ust th.3 presence
of District Azttrney Gardiner during
the exantnaI:nan ,f Dr. Parkturst.
Saortir after they assemnioed tne grand
jary went in a L.-ov before Recorder
6off and asked for instructions.
The foremann aAid tha: toe orderly
proceedings oi bauiueSs nad been inter-
ferel with and tbe crani jury desired
to eximne witn-isees without the preq-
*rice of any member u: the district at-
torney's ofit?. A pinrited c liolquv en.-
sned between C iudti Gardiner and Rle-
corder Goff, the latter decinug to al-
low the distric: attorney to address
him.
Finally Colonel Gardinor was allowed
to state nas side of tme controversy. He
claimed that he bad a right to be pres.
eat in the grand jury room and to ad.
vis the jury if necessary in the exam-
mnatson of the witnesse.
Recorder Goff, in a lengthy address.
sustainmed the grand jury. He defined
the conditions ander waich the district
attorney might be present, but said the
right was hunted to the giving of in-
formfamton to the grand jury. After
tbag iatormateon had been give. said
ise reomort., ias foaisetoas ese and he
must withdraw. Colonel Gardintr as-
tempted to oueter a protest, but this the
recorder refused to near.
lltarlefM ***<* Meql*loy.
euanLusro. March 14 -At a mtet.
isS of the oity conaaci held tonight an
offiotal invitation was extended so Pres.
ident McKioney to visit ObarlestoO da.-
lag the onveotioa of the National Ed-
noasional aisociation. which is to be
held here during next July.
Shot It. Falb-r-.I.Law.
A% Frcor. S. C., March 14.-Bark
Bo t. a prominent farmer near here,
has been fatally shot by his son-in-law,
(eorre Keasier The men had a dis-
pute abnut a fence corner and had been
quarreung tor several days.

How'*. This!
WV- offu.r One Hutinilr,-d DI)ll.r- r,.-
warl f",r t n ':.-. 4f Catarrh t'iat
callnlt bf <'.-!', d toy H a; '- <';tarrh
C'nr .
F. J. 'IKNI- V. & ('1, T ka.cI,. (.
We. t !h- ltd"r-zi.d;;'d. h ,vt- killwn
F..1. C'ir-in-y. tI-r th;- la-t 1 V y.-ar-.
:And leli.-ve- hini pe.rfectly hl ,onorahl.
in all lii-i n -- tran. -actii- i and
qnabi:allyv abll- to carry out any (ob-
ligation!- -iiad,. l1y their fi' 11.
WEST & TI 1 AX,
Wholesale DI)rusgiz-ts,. 'ITolIi, '.
\%'h ^-'lp Ir' ny ist-. cl' 0.
Hall'- Cattarr.tl Cure is taki 1 in-
tornally. ati;in directly upon tho,
hlool and inciou su .rface- ,if th,:-
-y-.t I'n. 1 ije'* 7.,c. per bottle Sold
by all druizzi-t-i. Tle tiinolrti:i+ free.
Hall'- fath:ily l i.i, ar-e th be-t.

ears the 1"a k rd Vo Have AhlWy Bov.1



ceut- p. r week.

Coffee: Coffee::
IIH' call the attention of
the general public to the
fact that we hare one of
the best equipped Roasters
in the South. and that we
can furnish this delicious
beverage at prices that
defy competition. I"e also
wish to remind !lou that our
Coffees are always fresh
from the Roasftr. l'h le
others are old and have lost
their aroma, our's ix fresh
and delicious.
,ew' O(irleans Gr'ccer'/('o.,
.TAS. JM'II'H GH,
Phone 10J Proprietor.


OPERA IIOUSE.

()ON \V K'


Tuesday. March 20.



lal Iw,-MlviiWe Cll


Wj!te; S. EBi'dm.* Mtager.


TU~E-PA liI


**DE-VIL'*S liE-B."*

Liii~~ -Ct7~ ;I R, c it- 'lipS nd


Pt --- Ali A'.WAN .


Significant Inquiry Sent to
Her Colonies.


eases.

FOLE Y' IEY CURE ls i
UL I 6uarrintomd Renmdl


FRANCO-RUSSIAN MENACE ormoney refunded. Contains

The Great Europe.an War Threatened. rme&s recognized by enii-
France Arparently Wants to Vight. nent hysicias as the best for
Sout Afrti.n War M.y Not l. .u Kidney and Bladder troubles.
Pretoria. PRICE an $1.00.
W. A. D'ALEMBERTE.


.itw YoK, March 15 -A dispatch
to The Journal and Advertiser from
London says:
A private telegram from an unim-
peachabie source iu Paris says that the
minister for the colonies sent cipher
cabes yesterday to 'the govcraor of
every French colony, asking, almost in
the words of Mr. Chamberlain to the
British colonial governors, how many
soldiers were available for immediate
use.
M. de Crais asked for a detailed state-
ment from each governor of the num.
ber of reservists andi o'.on'a forces,
lists of officers, non-cuuoimissioned offi-
cers and men.
The minister's cables were long and
in cipar and were tent all over the
worla; to the colonies in A rica, to
Madagascar, lonkin. Gu.adaloupe, Mar-
tinique, French Guiana and every
French colony on earth.
It is also said that cables of a similar
tenor were sen: to Frenct conwuls, asK-
ing for lists of Frencin soldiers in or-
eign countries who ccui return to
Fr.itre it, the event oi their services
beiug needed.
Tnis ni-,.," aimnr-ant news is no:
known to ,any ot tue London papets,
and probably cot to any of those in
France. It will cause a sensation here
when at becomes known. For England
is watching with eyes of wonder the
preparations that her neighbor is mak-
ing for war.
Coming as i does right after the an.
nounoement thas the autumn manen-
vats wil be a demosntration by MOO.000
men on the SgMHsh channel, it will
ena s the Brtish war office and ad-
miralty to betir themselves In anticil-
Samon of heMilities, for Its really doee
Sto look it France meant war.
Fracne and Ruesia we working hand
in head and SaUbury's diplomacy may
be called upon for supreme efforts ft he
desires to avoid the greatest war the
world has ever seen.


I'ttles for Lent.
All the faithful who have cortn-
pleted their twenty-first year arid
who have- not begun their ,ixtio-th
year, and who are not exeiimpt.-d fromi
the oblib.-;ation of fasting by sickness,.
hard stork a.r other w-Ill known re-a-
-ons, are- ,,bliged to fa-t 4n all tht-
dav- of Lent except tiunday-.
On troAe Yfays but one full meinal i-
ailw,,.d., which -hliould not b) taken
be.for- nool.
(u-totn allow- a cuip of coffee. tea
cr thin chocolate., :ii;< a -Unail pie-ce-
of b:ead (or a crack- r. t,, t- taken ill
te il riillair; lII ii! tha- t-v- ila.r. ;a
c,.llatil.i, not exct-e-dinlg the fourth
iart of :-in ordinary i:ie:tl. i.e all'w-t-d.
At thi-; collation, lbutt-r, ha-e---.
tliik, egi.- and all kids of finict.
ti !i and1 ve'e-tablem art' alliowd.
\VWhnti tie Iprincipal weal cannot
with out grave in:c nvnianlce h
takt-n ;,t ino i,, it i- lrtiiiisibl- toc
t.ka- t e 'oll.ttion in tl-.e a i o rniic,
aiidl the, dinner ill the- evenitin
Ab-tinence froni tht'e nie of tfle-h
i- i"j -inied owi ill tlhet \Ve and l-'ridav- , tirday of Einlie-r Wee-k aijd on Holy
S atuIrdl:v.
The u-e of lard i- allowed in cook-
Fli-h and tle-h are not allowed at
thI" -;ii- ni-al u. evt-n ton Sutndays.
l':z. thi--se, milk and butter may
be us-d evpry diay. but ab-tinence
from all of the-e i.s recommended on
G(,,)d Friday.
PerFson- exempted from the obli-
gation of fniti.if are not bound b:..
the re-striction of using lneat but
once a day on the dayn iu which the
u.-u of meat i- permitted by dispen-
Childret over seven years of age
are hound by the law of abstinence.
unless excu-ed by rickne-s or other
canse-e.
Tne paschal time. in which all
Catholic. who have cola" to the
years of discretion are bound to re-
ceive holy conimutii, i worthily, ex-
tendl(I from the tir-t Sunday of Leict
till Trinity Sunday. inclusive. Chil-
dren ,ov-r ;even years ,of age are
bound by the precept of annual con-
fe-.,ion. Pastors and purente- should
peeo that the children comply with
this duty.
The ltholy season of Lent i- a time
.f prayer. of sorrow focr -itn. oif seclu-
-ion from the world and it- amiute--
ments, and of generous alhn-giving
By a -pecial indult Lr;anted to t',,,
hi-o0 8 a If the- Inited S'Rat< s for :.
ye-;r-. datinit ftiln MNar2h 15. l'5
werkinz p-oeple, w-ho vninot eta-il
.l)-serve the conionl law af the
church, are di-penn'ed from the ob-
lijation aof abstinllte.ce ot' all days, of
tile vyar e-xc-pt F'riday-. A-li
W\edneI-dtay. Holy We-k acid Chri.t-
inas Eve. TH'i- di'penzatio:t dol-
itt ex,'t-pt fcrnml thle additional ob-
li;.atiin ,f fa-tin-. where -u'hi ex-
i-t-. ntr d!,-- it Aiit!h-riz,< tt- use of
I.-h th :nd t i--h :t tl- cii" -il. I'
i: l**l- --. hIow-t-r. tit vonly the 1:i !i-
vidiu li wo-rkm:n.-! it wh-e tav',,r it 0-
:r:init, d. but all th- itoe-mber- ,of ti.-ir
tai.il:e- t-, wv ll. Ia r' turn it i- ex-
p et.-d- th!at thlo--, w-lo avail thi-ni-
-, .1--. I tlli- and ilt w aill en., aivii r ti
alcit. r illt- the- 'jaIrit cf t!i,- hl-ly 1
--i oi t I- nt by volunit iry act- ; -if i -
iiic.t t i, r *).! \ iw r ;nv i ";>lrii- ivi !IZ A
;h-tal' ing du l;,: I.p+it fro,,i - I i:cts. its ho;,or ,I th --acred thcir-tcf
,our oivil.e ; Pavi,,r.
Th. who entertai,. any re;.aona-
bl di,;ubt about the ir obli-,;'ationi to,
f:a-t or abstain. oughtt to apply to)
tile-ir pa.-tor onr t.f-s.tr fotr advice
EI-WABD P. ALL.N.
l.i-hop of Mobile.
Mobile. Ala February 16. ItaNi.


L-)!A. 0.. WMircci 14 --S-quire Daffleld
tcdiv discharged Y. L Michael. vice
president of the -`Au-ricau Na-ional
baaik, who was arrainezle on &~charge
ol roubvig that insnttuniouof $1bi,000.
wue nysteriouu41v di~appeareei. Mr.
X3Aiusists that his arreat was a
L.az3Kjw;i1iwg shn

K -jF, .March 1I I Former Premier
Cri-tL) is setiois~y il with influenza,
Cori -)I., ate.1 wixti br'enc-Iit:9, and he is
ur.i .b-at, 1retam o qi moreover, a re-
ut*jit oo~rat.on %w.:x- i ho untierwout for
tilt r-:mir, If ca Ii cru'.aC troves to hare
b-o-, it f-iure an,; his eoatntiou is caus.


~A iv;.L:.Marc-.i !4 A special to
Trae Eannewr frcm Eri toi.7'uu.. says:
Rev. F. A Ader-,ei. srai:zevarngeiist
of the Curisciair ZV3r".i ,u \.rginia.
was killed at Cuiliznwie, Vat., t,'ciiev hv
the' souibb ound vei;ibu.e train. Ht, wils
kuny,:ked off a I rid~ge.


TO Tl- I'CCIKBIC.


'I'


Sole Agents for Celebrated YELLOW LA EL
__other High-Grade Whiskies.z,.

PROPRIETORS OF THE OFFICE SALOON


F. C.


WS4 e-. if -N'iIM


First National Banik


OF PENSACOLA. FLA.


I have j'i-t r.-ce-iv ld a i :" e lot of
all kinds tf ,andies. :iind -ell theIi a! D Zx:L33C OXLsB
very roea-onabla- prices.
M. M. L rg!e. 2-J cents per pound. WM. H. KNOWLES, W. A. BLOUNT. F. C. BRENT, W. K. HF. i.-? .
Chocolate Drope, -,) cents per D. 0. BRENT.
pound.
Multan Mixed, 2 pounds for 2 I f I
All Fancy Mixed Candy. the bestre i
ever brought to Pensacola,at 40 cents
per pound. Call and see for your-
%elf.
They are fre-h and fine just from ap- We draw our own Bills of Exchange on Great Britain. Ir .
the vines. C. APosTL8. Germany, France, Austria, Italy, Holland, Spain, Belgium, Roauta N
.'4jlm way, Sweden, Denmark and other European countries.

Comfortable mattresses, XW'Vesseel Disbursed upon the Mot r Favorable Terms, and t
pillows, etc., to go with your Obligations Taken Payable at Port of Deatination Ten or Fifteen *I -.
new furniture. You, can after Vessel Arrives there.
buy the whole outfit from A Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent in Conn~?ctlon
Marston f Finch. with which we have a Private Ap&rtment for tbhe T'a
of Hema+ore


Medical Society, Attention.
There will be a regular meeting of
the Peneaccla Medical Hocietv at
the Board of Health oflf.c at t
o'clock p. mi Tuesay.a March :-7.
Visiting physicians arti cordiall:
iuvited to attend.
D. W. MCMILLAN. M. D.,
President


E. F. Tlpiwu-E, MI. D.,
w'iecretaryc.


Cold Weather
Coming. ., n
ordl r s an i l i, t i .. ,- t. ,. f ,r-
,:, l ::ap arrl% --..- \\ ll ..-nil y< 4-
hfp t ("4ittl I 'U >o n ,rk *!i 'rp fs.r '] t i o.
orr h.-at ing p;r -,.-' e rs, ..iit ra' p

T}Oompso0, Olser 0 c .



Coal and Wood.


25mt


l;u';/ your wife one of l/ose
hiandsomne parlor suites
f'rom .IMarstonfl Finch.


GRAND EASIER BAiL!
TI'- b- 1 .iv:in lvBy


HOF,] LODGE, No


2371. K. of ..


'I -nI 1 4)w- Hi al. wV,'rri; t,,n;t .

Monday, April 16, 1900.

Ticket- .-,iij ent- l.adies Free. Free
Trani-port:,tion on Dummy.

WEEKLY -CHEDULI,
FOR 8TBAM DIVISION
PWNSAOOLA 5LEG lUC TERMINAL
RAILWAY COMPANY.
Trains leave P-nsacola for the Little
Bayou. Palmetto ieasb. Warrington. Navy
Yard and Fort Barrancas at
4:1 a. nm. arrive at Fort Barraneea 7:16a.m
Io:uo a. m. arrive at Fort Barroeancas 10 4.5a.m
I:A p.m.arrlveat Fort Barrancae l:4Sp w
8:>0 p. m. arrive at Fort Barrancas 4:15 pm
: .5p. m. arriveat Fort Harrancas 7:lop
*s:(W) p.m. arrive at Fort Barrancas 9:16 p.m
Trains leave Fort Barranoa for PenDa-
cola at
T: a.) m. arrive at Peniacola... *1 sa. in
11:'X p. m. arrive at Pensao'a ........ 11 :p.m
:O p.m. rrve at Pensacola ....... 2:4%w. m
i*m, p m arrive Hat P"nsacola 7:46 p m
7:(0i p. m. arrive at Pensao!a ....... 7:46 p
t:46 p. m. arrive st Penosaoolia......... 9:0 p. im
*M%'orartria Onlv.
In effect leto. let., 1 's .
SUNDAY sCHNDPrDi.
Leave Penasools. Lv Fort Barranow.
a. m. 10 a. m.
ii a If m.
I m. p m.
Sp.m sp. m.
*p.m *p.m.
6p.m. o.
Sp. m. 7p.m.
PAREK FOR WKFK D AYt.
'eintsacola to F'ort Harrancas an' rettorn 4W
Pensacola to Navvy Iard and return ..
Pensaeola to Palmetto Bpeach anr return 16t
FARE rOK SUNDAY
Pensacola !o jat Iarrancas Navy
I ard and r'i-na ... ............. .
Pensae,>a to Pairaletto i.,ach and
r*tnrn... . .... .... --
SDRINK LION BEER!' N


11%IL10l BEER!


EndoreJd by all Phyvicia:in m;a t'ei
only Beer ab-,olute.ly tree rromn adul-
te-ration.
Geo. Pfeiffer, Agent,


PENSACOLA.


Telephone No. 1-7.


4 t a ,,,!-. iN arl .- 14 F: (a,
and Rail roat tr..--!..


THE ORIGJTI&L ,


ST. LOU1I


A.B. C.


BEER.


V. J. VIDOl Sole Wholesaler.

ItsO 1JIS[I3. BIOIDIE$ wIlEs IIPRIED lID DOIEST0

Pall Jales ani Eco 8priis Celeiratel TiisL,
iRt I TOE OF ClUT TOIC.
PHONE 154. : : : : P.O. BOX 57.
JUG & FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED
Fr". Delivery to Any Part of tba i'ity.
lW-All orders left at The Offee. Vidal & Smitb, will t ecar-,' *
attseudd to.


DUNN'S *

HOTEL


ON EUROPEAN PLAN.


Three Peg lr

lCals Fach I

25c Eact


Restaurant Attached, Open Day and Night.
OYSTERS-. F-ISH AND GAME ,(OF ALL KINDS IN 'E.,-

Special Orders at Any Hour.
RATES:-F-r.,ni Fr :I '. -, :. r D)ay. % LODGIN :(
5.t.5 anil 51t M. Sth Pa.latx MSreer t enimactsa.. r ,erla 25 and C O-7


JOHN PURDY,*-

Foundry l Y Machine Shop-,
C(ENTKAL \tlHAKF- CO

Telephone 346.


Pensacola. FIRl


P A T T E R V -- C A V F N G $. I M H E R T R U C K -4. S M A I A -
Car W! ee-l-, Wood anid trot Puile .Haiavcrd. Pcx-.
factured to Order in Fir~t-Cla--, I'Workniinlike M-Wirc'-r
bmler Rates


I


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8 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 18,1900.


ST. PATRICK'l DAY.
How It Will he (Celebrlated by the
HibW rnians.
Division No. 1, Ancient Order
Hiberniatis, will assemble at the hall
at 7:30 o'clock a. in.. and proceed to
the dummy station to e-cort the
Warrington contingent to St. Joseph
church, where Solemn H'gh Ma--
will be c-elebrated at s::k0.
After Ma-Q the parade will form it
the cornier f ( Goveriiment and Barce-
lona streets. TIh- Catholic C('i-r;-y of
Penecla aandl Warrinmt1",, ih- r-i;i-
tinet and 'olditrsa a: the Navy Y;ard
and Bir- ari<-;-. ;al. th- Pe-'ia-aiv.la
iit" y cV it;>i.a i -. tiCe C'Itl.elic
Kniaghti- (of Ami -rica. all Iri-li-An,-r-
icali. 'ai- d o lt-" ('lr c iz-in whto ai -;r
will he ivittd to I'ar: cipat- in :ti-i
parade.
The lin- of march will be v- f,,;-
low-: Ea-t on (iovertiieiit t, P'tia-
ftox treet-. north on Palafox to,
Weight -tre-t. -outth on Palaifox t.
i<>v,.rili Vit-!i *tr,--t. ,. -t ,t- ( ,-,v, ; -
in-,nt ti, J t.r-.i-. -'re--t a td di-t) r;i
at th-s' ,utlieo -:-, (*... i r cof t e ,l .. z
The, par:ide w;il te,. ..c .d ilv :
(On account of St. P'ari.k -s dcly
fa 11 Lii ,,*n ^ 'lIItll4y li e- e~t0v- N tiin ( i--
, Ibratiaii w ili t ik- ;, ,('.- at t!l- o,,i.-i,
h ,)u-e4 ,:1 Ml ict i ,. l,, t, j';-t.. ;t' 1' I .
ill.. I t 1n wL,"i v :t'. 'C)otin-r i f -eat va (.i. .i.. w;ll i. -
liver a:i ,riti :i .

T: i- very ) 1 .r' t, -t itid idl y 'la i' i,t
F.#*-, our dit, r i4,r utT',-r \v'jii. ;, ,ii'--
ii.' the- arrtiv'-il t It d- 't r. Al
Alt, iy YN. .Y :air ,in c i ,' : 'i
tand -+< thi hld J II \.-(V -:"*
with crou;p. N,,t I 11iii.: ti.- d -t. r
iti. he l,-ft w ,trd f.,r hn:i ta t '" Jm
lice oi li re- ttrn li. II al- .,i i [I-
al b,,ttle ,,f ('lf :n i.b, rl., ti' ('.,u z l
R etill i't. w l:'c'! I f- t,1 ; d W --iv' -
xomjne relief until ti dl,'tor dtw,,tl
arrive. It a ft-w thour lihe- re-tilr n ; l
.-ayinlir the ti-i t!ar i+e-d ftit (o *ille'. :-
the chiid wa- Iuin'w ) h,-tte-r. "I -
drurggi-t. Mr. itti, ScliO!z. =:yvs to ,
family l:as -ice ra.cotiitnl-lid #.d
Chatiberl.iin ( Cough Revit > dy to
their nteighbtor and friend-. uiil I.-.
has a ion'nlit demand for it Ir. In
that part ,of the country. F',r -:ile
by Hannah Bros., 21 South Palafiax
street.
COTTON MILL MACHINERY.
Atsata Will Ketabliah Big Plait For
Its 31.nufactur..


ATLraNT. March 1&-Atlanta to to
have. inside of four months at the very
farthest, a magnifoent plant for the
manutactre of ecottoa mill machinery,
with. apaTestock of .00.00.
Of this amount $100,000 will be raised
in Atamsa through the efforts of the
Busines Mea's league. Of the remain.
iag SO.OUO. $3K0,0o has already been
piedd by larme English and New
Euglad capitalists, who have had the
matter of loetinaR nob a plant in At-
lasta under consideration for some
months
The aannua' output in machinery by
the plant will be valAed at $3.500,000,
and of this amount it is expected that
the cotton mills of the south will pur-
ehase fully 75 per cent yearly.
RAILWAY TO BE EXTENDED.
Will Pen-trate Rich Mlleeral Fields
of North Carollna.
ENoxvI.I.r, March 15.-At a meet-
ing of the stockholders of the East Ten.
aesmee and Western Narth Carolina
railroad, held at Johnson Oity Tuesday
afternoon, it wa decided to extend the
road from rrnterry to Lincolnton. N.
C., about 7i wriles. Ltocolnson is about
Su maies weat of Cnarlotte. N. 0.
The extension wi'l penetrate the rich
'Piuaist of magnetic iron ore. for whioh
'feesWn North Carlinsa as famous. Is
Sill also oach the Mitaeell county gold
.sction. Morganton, N. G.. will probes.
by be on the route.
Small x iWall li- Diaciused.
Moiwromxat, Ala., March 18.-The
Alabama State Medical association will
hold its manual oonventleo in Jlout.
gomery on April 19. Among t e im-
portallnt matters to be considered by the
aeotatua is the ainorease in smallpox
in de state. A general vaccinatlio biid
weas itroduo d into tte last legislasu-e
and was iadoreed by practioally all of
the plysiesame, tut for some reason it
failed of passage. Is in probable that
the eo emation a tite annual meeting
wall interest itself in a similar measure
for the public good. Dr. J. P. LaGrand
of Birinagham ias president of the asso-
elation.
That TritlUbiiag tHlra ach-
Would quickly leave you. if you
uaed Dr. King'< New Life Pill.
Thon-tand aof sufferers have proved
their mnatchles n merit for Sick awd
Nervou- Hltadaches. They m1ke'
pure blood ian. etronlg nerves at. d
uild up tour health. Ea-y "o tik"e
Try them. Only 2.' cents.. Monie-v
hback if not cur-d. Siild by W. A.
D l'.h-lmb-rte. IDrui:i.s-t.

Have Y< ur Pintici.
nrid Pape'r Ha.nginii done by util-t.-
I it p- ',opl-. in an up-to-dat .tt l, 1-'.
lSv p; trcnizin: J E. R--- &A Co.. No.
11 N. P laflf x. Phii ;<'. 21:-t!
0old Medal-itoa HARPERI whi-. k.
at New (Orlan.- & \i!dIK F':ii ('l;i-
'.tao Try it. v',, wiil e-inld.:- ti.l.-
Judgo'i- verdict.
SOLD T1Y
DAN'NH:lElstilt RII .
Pei-urc-,la, Fla.


l-'ree Va-ina'ian
On Tiue-dtiy-. Ttilu-dt::y- aTnI a
i daye-. from 12 1i. to ;; p. in p- r--i-
will be vacc'inatt-d free- of char: .- '
the oallce aof ithe Sta:t- H..r" .I f.
IHealth of Florialt. N \V We--t lut-.:-
lentiai street. Plivy icia ii -of t!e,- vit y
have kindly pvIonc-nt, d t t p ri,. tr
'::e -erviit-e .at tl. halo '.Ir- 4th
\VW 1. HYti..
Ait'-i t
,Voth in f.o set s' c j'a hom e
as hkandsomo- furniture.
.tlarston 5< Finch hare an
immense stock for you to se-
lect from and they will sell


MIIITIME.


arILZD.
Br bktn Athena, Cuoleii.f t P.erre and Bay
Ft de France
Am -ch Hattie H liarbour. Erkene. Hav-
ana
It -hip Avon. Scha .iIno, Venice (not pre-
viou .'
Mtr *il Annie Biingay. ittrnon. s wnsea
"r -- Brianni. krown. Allisterdanl and
Cardiff
ui It k Hf-Iin, Akrlund. Ca-i.i-arvon


CLY A k frD.
Ru- *'i:v Plirrowdokle. i ll. att--r'.rin by
Fr Juli.aluc- Iwr-% *-r fir Luiui'ck voithii '),cti
-ft Ituiit)t-r. I.,#-Pee ft tiniber. vsoiut'd att
n chli att:.' iHIB~rt'eur. F- Ekin'-. bY
1. 4',,U. t,-r kftvskiti'o wits 'in ft Wllri-
ber. valued at ~,'
AT QUAKAN17INC.
Ncr.r uk Nora, M '4Ike..', lonion. t(
Pi-.'ar iit I utner l'o
it bik V--.;-z~iari.%.,. Farrairi. Mar- ies to
H.;%a". Lennwody A, Co
(Yrtier llot i~tch' ::-m,7 4'~, $i'hfle2i.-i. I 1'd'c)
to B~ar-.. Ieunwie~iv & aco
N 4 or hk Pe'rf~ti.c' e.Lar~-wa. P. znambluco,

THE SIRIPPUIMG.
VIC"NLla iA N PORT
Krtian A 'a.!-o# Rm: ..to t4ii f Irana-:t VCc
fir Nlv! I, i'.Juie- ::. t 10 st
at-at i*a.. xin:Lrc's, toa a, a f 'fransat



Lai 'T


P. iatt ri:,& h. v I4 ul % H I, Ifi
Bo) --I
n ARILE.


It a. r -A r,' t ,) -t a. to Ila air -,I u:i


It JDuo. C'u,_int. : )7, T.;irare-?tRc. ni c.-
S'wc-d Ithetrwitr 12;1. Ii uIra4il. to -rai.-i'

.%or 11.-Lu'. -'A. Nic't..) tNN' i48 1atr
%(,r i:atir.:.-.An.J.-'ia. C-I.'
I i I t pi %5! o -P.da +.~.'I-n t (.c4 1I()r,.
It Luigta F. *46o.. 'ara"-: u. t' W S 'y'..'r&
Co
.Nut MSattliauJOL. V4.7.Kti-p. to orle'
Nwir M-rzapnoc..',:75. J~a'iaeunI.) cbaars.
a aaa1%it ley & 4t')
\air Norway. 6;-,. Heurirksen. to %V M Key-
ser & Co
N -ri1 oce'arc. &17, Tba'irn.wn. to airde.r
hu. Patl.-oil. I enidstrotu. cid for bMon-
Nor Kubert zScraftoa &o*.j, Jensen, toc
S K L Co
It Mto.invnflt. lV. Rc'zza1. to Roe-se-co I5rosi
Ru% Tho. i'i-rry, l1.6a. 3Matt-sen. to imatars,
[Cuiiwomdya Cc)
If Tre'nto. lOU. (iurda'aii, to liaarmlDun-
wcvd & 0
Anc V'daza It. 77,;,1, Ycer, to E lE t'aun-
dterN &atCo


(icr EI~y. 47.8. Meta's. !o ordar


P4 He.Hav-,4
ana to 13 S -te. 1, sin r il. ay
Atlii IaODUa Lhr:'-tlna. -. Ataiaeen, to
A niHAS A IA livle-. ~Ht-n'.Ofl.to naiftlter
AM i sIaniar. -A'~l--fl. to naI-I
3'A',CLEARED "ID SAILED) FOIL PK.N
SA%:0L.A


BTRAMSR1PA-
Rou iditin. Br. -:d ienoal Mlarh t,
B.i'rrviin. Noir. %.11 Matncl-t-t-r Mar'h. 7
-'".roIr i r. Br. .', t tta.n ) taridg i ta 5uri-
.tian :-
I uidl' r-'l-'., Hr. '1. at Harrv. J.an .4'
H.rundo. Nor. !'4-t. P*e-n. A % l % rai. .1lin Ii
S% .le-itiuli, lir. i->i, Hali .-oil, St Mic'batl-.
Th.J t mn.i U'.r. 1:4. Nat-: arm i -
ITh,- yiii!Hr. ;r. It* hr ar :. 'rrl ,.-Ja K t-3
Z.aniil:it. Fr. sii swa'ii-n a Ft ie 7'
'I t : "- T r ::, I 'A t l lll it> .i n J a n
f if ':. R,,%. 1 ; a l 70t-17
Pari t-aiai. Nor. ,."f.i.'. t liarr- i-i,'k VF t ) 1')
1i. n ia f o! o 8 t-. Nor. *-1d Htivroe '.!.
RAKKlh.
a n l In 'ilI ':a l ii '. It. ' l M tar-'-: '1- .I.. a -'cn
.A!i.i-flli A '>:iltlc'. 1 '- -h i 1't.' k,. ,-alt. Illl 4
Aatt')l: e. Near. 1-.'7 i lntl -rp IP'"'- 11I
ratlii'til to I *; % ,1I'l trt1li rL ir*I .1?, i -1 !
Chliefttaill, R .'. '.t. lit l. c loa llna. i*ti' 7-
liftA.lia. 'swt I ti uli :li t
-hliroilt. Frr .I' sliIt I ,u 1- I S0-1i ('t 14
Enar Tamlark-l2-lve-r, N' :.ww tt Arntwtrp
I c 1
Eritri-o. It. -Id Tunl- IDoe ',o
rritz (u tali. li:u s'I l',iii.'l 'a;i n Mcarr'h 7
Faib l,. It. .v;.-. ii I lrnili j -,-pt ::, as:i(re
Ntov "-i near Por' Roval
.iniiyt, N-.r. .;'". .11 I le-t wo"'xl. Jh:a '
(vit-r. Nor.i, il P'r.-,toii IC..< 11
Johanl Irgane., Nor. *ldo hrabian'.aidl Nov n10
.johbsi*-. Nor. sfid Tonu'huri&t rD I-
IoiU:'.e. Ner, aId I.on(,ia .1pin 2;2
I.1i:m. It. 4l. ia -t-iat Nov W
L',ui. Rus. i;d. -l Iitniburt Ve.-h I
Ma idalen. Nor. 1laa- Pil 1.- T ij .1ui y 11
Matrella. It. 011 Hetinlburg. Nov
S lica. Ku' a d l.a 'it;i'%. c'I c' o 'PC
t)oioilro. It."'>. l -%d Huennoe Ayr,--A Sop t! A
Pa4ols %ttdro. It. .,tX,<. aid Ail',-rdltin J saioW
-Itgretl. Nnr, ;a1. sA't rtr-.toai. Jan -2'
MtliFS B It. W.I. at Ij 'liaiL. Nov1- H
Valutta. Nor. 1id L.-i;zi Mc': Ta'
Virg;iias. It, Ald Madisia. tea li
SOHOOM 33*>.
Pollox. lEua. s:d Scattery Roads lD-c -.

The Alba Haywood C-'!,a entertain-
nelit is rellne>', arti-tic uand eleaut.
The t most praiseworthy. attend. Clut-
ter'% Music Hall, Meonday night. l,
o'clock. Tickets at Clutter's.
Town Iturmad Out.
FRANKLIN, Ind.. March 15.-Early to-
day the town of Williair.sburg, 9 miles
oauth of this city, was almost com.
pletely wiped out by fire. Seventy-five
per cent of the inhabitants are now
without homes and there is great dis-
trees. The loss ia estimated at about
*-2b.000.


Ntw Trial R.-fueld.
CHICAoo. March 15 -Judge Water.
mau today refused to grant a new trial
to Banger Elward S. Dreyer, former
treasurer of the West park board, who
was recentiv convic-ed of the embezzle-
ment of .3:.U0 of tne board's funds,
and sentence him to the penitentiary.
n*,iw Inr ( la ittciOouga.
CHATTANO03nA. March lU. Heavy
snow teL here all day ant predictions
ate for a radical fall in temperature. It
is teared tais will greatly injure fruit
and berries of this section, the fruit
trees already having began to bud.


GUGE


CLEARING SA



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


prices....


OHEN,


,i
!-C...


ci


A Special Sacriice!


:-~il Pairs Ladies' Vici Kid Sprin4:


Heel Button and Lace Slho(-


for only


$1.25.
REUILAR PRICE .$2 W.


Gentlemen,


Don't Miss It!


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


SMen's Genuine Calf Tan Lace Hand


Sewed Welt for only


$2.50.
REGULAR PRICE $350


Don't Lo-e Time and go About
Pricing. We Still Lead as the Low- ;
e t Price Shoe House in the City.

Yours fr S hoes and


TRUNKS,

/. GUGENHEIM.


FOR BEAUTIFUL RUGS
and Draperie(- of all kinds.
ai- well is everything in th-
Furniture Line, call at

Th. Escambia Fnrnitnre CumPanny's.


F. E. BRAWNER'S*


E


N


ITON


IS ARRIVING!


-k


To make room for them the remnant of Winter

Goods will be sold at Sacrifice Prices.

Here are some of the Bargains.


2.1 i,.z Infant-' and ('li r illrdn'i Half
Soo, Ol I na-rsih;rt-. re-guli[ar<44 value-
:te d-7z .tLadies'. Men'. and tiChldrpn'.
ttfit-k andi Tan. Full -aileits Husee.
regular 12;-2 goods. for this catle
'.- in,'h Rlack and Colorr 1 fnrti-ta.
half weol fill,1. regular K2.' seller,
for tblis al., per yard
.1" Inc'h lniiak anid Cn'in-d lienrittat.
%;ill ..- I. ri- uliar 1'' se ll,-.r for thl'
t- I ., p-.r ;ii .l ...... .
.ii-inch litrick anid ',oi"r-.d Henriaetta.
a I wt o l rlliiit., r-,i i;r 7,'" a6.i .,'v
-*',.lor. fir thlalsiile. pe-r yarI .
i!-inc- l lenritta. bla"k only. nWl
w al ril;'d anlm "ilk aarp. rtsulnr
T, ic and li cm-llher. for this ia!l. per
yard. 58 and'
;--n.'h Br'tcl'- Cashmere. re'uliar
2:c -.ller. for this al-.' per yard .


2 1 in C lre-p-'n. Allt Woil Fil l-d.
2 c Warp. III --o;cad $2 --.! Iw-r. fr
e-aiw' pe'r yard *iawl'


$1.60k
"++- $Z,00


dit %I- ?,il.-r.4 aa' 1,fc 2


I .a-', / A-,e t.. Tl !' .\- v I '..prr.-l a 'ltt
unI e "i ,i .I li e f, il;tr .")" fthi.' 7
uhi"- -a" ... E,


8 n :; p .-..-.-- Dark P'. 'inL,-. 1 ,i:rrintfel
'su i- I lse-ullt : r -, *.r. ft ;. '. t:-. (:
pi-r ya" l .
19C All of ( r ;. .. : .'. ian-k t'i h
cli.i ; : ut lt. r. i i- -.i, l id 0
271 : "t'-' ."' a v .....i't tla.- -" 2
27l -J f itlair %A ile 411 ail i ii -;,

41c X\ .a; (',I- "."I


S- "*''a -,-' .' <- ta-!im-i'-. e. .a: r
tUt
GL lls ,


Anyone interested in
new and nobby gar- Remember the Place,
ments for Boys' and
Children's wear, should Li -
call on Rice's represen- -_ _- a
fatiT Q sa+ tM'aarlth ot o


20c


it' -i,- If-.: -,- '~,(, 'T. -






~-vii du ring ta,,.4 xj fir dl


4 O I (i 'ar li t '. y Wl rit.-r M .-n :' l. a-l-- n' r -'
ab i-rwa ir at n l t wl'wnain Mi i: r


'4- 105 S. Palafox Street,


fRiEMAN 8 CO'S


S. RACKET STORE.


* 0


8PfOI4LPOTICES.


ON' ORV(1T 4 VOqD.


ONEe~Y Too ,IaXN -N
.IProperty. APp:v I,,
&tuildin~x. Palafax-r, -',.
L ANt4AT !aWI'ST RAI
SU('URITlF'4 11Y a4.1,117V,
14T ti.:E 1r.
'a" aU t ten I I v.i
cirt-aib,'trm,'tof ;,I.
late'. r-.- t lirsio. rt v .f ~ -
re-ntq e'eii I. C d l i~r '.. !r
4'411 On cit itchi--. I"
e'cis. Fla. I hate o n
WIith1A .1i""! it .) 1, it-


SPRING GOODS.

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


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



Our Stock is Immense!


V
I
ii
S a:
a.


t MAIF -A ,mv inuar. Ca t .. a
the Parljr Market.


FC 4c vsq af 't If ATV' H I N-a
j~ 15.1 -g I: cit f tvf pIro- 1)red (I 'aM
be-ateetde'rw oa,. Parlor Mat k.'t.
F OK SA1. E Mre- IIIVt..*.
urh-, r"It,'IbcHayciat c hi'-'
*()Id ian e-aav terim-. anti at a tla. e
c.. waZqcou &teo.
FO S(j ALIE-I ii'tiic i4t '1"'si rett-
the- ci''.' on e'j' ty r ti- %. '- *~
Rel-t.aiKrate7 Agc'ne'v1. timi e- W..-!



au.Api,.% u-t I:- Nt-r~tai'icf. t'-
IN Ia K11- Ilki -n
~eatt.h~c i taci "iw' -ie- at it'


- C
-
U!
Mi
-


w ANTED-All kinds of empty ..s
whIsky bottles. P. A. FaiiMAN.-.
nov9tf
W ANTRD-Old beer bottles at 1)a- .:
ser Bros. V-.'


and h'juder.zarten i'.iw
its fifth t-'ruia ain the. r'a1 K' ..a
nocr of f':tlatfaax and Iat -tt :- -:
trance (aD Joexbou. T-rna'. S2. a

MALE : FEAIl''t T.F 4CI.-
CO e ra~r m-eful-I E. t' %-
part-a faor c'cal '- utiii j,
(foil. princapami. Nght tt'rain kw

I "II 1 1 4 10 al .I'jm.
(Mpoe'asi d#-,It~n% ordierowi It,;
His% V.itijptte Mortat.nai j.lW. -
phone 321.i.


F' progmptivin houq'iet. *'rile-.-,''
Mis. Vi'aletc orn,..J1W
phone


1A AH EIRNr-a
Articles, IHair oil, tetc.. 3.' m W. 4
Gtrevt.


WIRE FENCIN;.
For the next 3o) day- A. .1 -
kins will order ornan,-i.t ,
feOcing at such low pr-c'.- ,
surprise everybody. You ('-,
any kind, from 2 teet to 4 f..'
or yo'li Can get the bett arid .
iron fencitnlg of all kindl-. ''
you d-esire fencing of :Lnlv ki: :
Ieave your order at Win J
4on'. for me ani, you w,il
money and get fir-t-rla-- .'.
t-"d w, rk. A. J. WAI :-
13MImIn.

Don't buy anything
furniture or house fur;
ings until /ou h.'e-
Mfarston 4 Finch's .s/
Their prices are loir: /


sock is complete, an'/
4 will sell ou. what yot .'
O lon tine.


- 1.


T'ry I ie 1 :w-, 1.i ,-:.- -A

Three Large Sto'-:
Full of FI'!'NITI'' :. i
lii.. of Walnut I'-ioe i'i -
-hown ire l'-:!-a"'ol i. I*:. *-
flni-h.d 10.'a, tlk lb. dr. **r.
ill pric, It attan t rji, Rock-i. i ;tin lil'tl--
-igh. l.ia, k at t-horn.
(I. .c I'L. ,a
ljrgtiin iruri-- '
NAVAL BTOCIJli MAit.hI I
Ueporled Daily for Tine "-' -
Measra. A. M. Mosv A '
W W ................ H .
w ...........i
Y ....................... ;. r ..
M .......... ...... 1,* a ..


wall 1". r %i I: .. f
!iuirle-etap ,.; ji e ..,!
r- A! %

-ei it IC



e-tr' .,I a tls;4 :t Ii eu.. 1' I
a I~ E

hallvm. :p-e-a..'ra- c
rgsa r .-et .
W'V-' t- W0-



Land r'a nq Siea:aa( ri -,ht ',f
road. (wimseal til. atl--~
farm cor suhuricari hina. fir,
4 K. W l wall ecbago. fOr Cij


tion. Iboe. Meigalgiln, Lath 'A-
Mlii strfe'Z.
bmindwmine. fio%
residence. four room, daati,uiie
kitchen. Termes asy. Applya
Chase, acrfe-t.


1 ; li t/

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


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


A O Millinery,





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


Yen are Cordially niTte to ViAIl Cur Mammott Establishment


We are Invincibles in Low Prices
This makes our Success.

Mail Orders Promptly Attended to. 4
le' i, Trade Discount of V, on all Cas-h Purcliha ...
1-N.

COHEN, FRIEDMAN&CO.
"1 "0 t,


W. B. WRIGHT CO(IIPANY,


.MAN' I' 'At I I i. FR-'.AN%.) 1AL: f. 1L' :AIN


-. LUMBER, LATHS,

Si SAVED CYPRESS STHNGLES--K1in-Driel Saps
--- - PE1'SACOLA. FI A.


TRY TBE NiW' IWAT COLUMN!


SPRI


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