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DAILY


NEWS.


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 17, 1900.


VOL. 30.


NO. 37.


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


\\ LEi AFRICAIN WAR


UViLL SOON END


.'iy Demoralized by
':ih Successes.


1 .,: ..eS l-;tter Sprinar',nsemn
--..-ll"-pirted Tlhait Mt-
n 1 t-en It-Heved--9,rh,
,. n *ir" lltir h d.,rl. --The' t'rr^
S- "1lre-en t'ein, it I t.lrn,
\ 1 lsr'e 17 --I-:,(a:< t.',
; :- i dIlc .to- t'", (' ll")pI, t,-
.! :,- B,.r'. IlHundred- f
.:- are -urr- .d.lrinlz to L.,r i
<1(l :h* 1 i-iut<.l.t.d f.,rc,-'
t.t;ng li- te-rill- tio do lIlk
i..,,n. Lue i- M-y.ver aid (;,-n
'.rz rg I hiave laid down tht-ei
All ty the-ir cau-e i- Lop.--
A nerw otff-r of peace is tn.ere-
.* 1 ,.xpted :ronm Presdent
r.
,-1i.atch fr< m I-thu!ie. dated
.rdav. say-'(enii. 0 tacre's scout.-
,- rint red Sprindafontein and that
I nain column ai- following and
A .1 -o,.n er.ter. The country is re-
-t**d clear of Boers.
It i- per-ist.ently reported that Ma-
'-kig tta'.s be-e relieved. The war
*ice dov,- not confirm the report,
,.* *t coni*s from sources deemed
*.*+nt .
S>,.t.-.a tche from Iurgherldorf
- t.,. :hat Commandant Olivier hats
-uAted hia position at the front
British forces north of the
,;.- river and that several Boers
.%. k-rrentdered.
; re.-,on** to Lord Roberts' pro-
ma:on. four hundred Free Stat-
:: r-indered ye-terday and it is
*.'d that three-quarteri of the
l-tate troops have returned to
.fartni-, thio-e holding out being
w :jlte W!io have nothing to
-urrender of Iady (;ray was
ruseo of the f-w royalist
t no notiii-'Il tht, r-ebels that
H .,,k had de n. n led the -iir-
.f the town by o'clock. Their
,.o |,l, a d :h loy;al-t it ill-
a 1I -"lit a Ill -'-' er to M:,j.,
:,+llin ,himn *4 thle situi ttio ..
.-t.,> t'.,. I' 'soi' l, ack al, t
I t( t.,ws i ti li; t,* a:r: '. 1
*t.w irti -ii r ;t its-n-
S \ lit iii(lr-'l I" e: -
-" i l 4If o l l ,,0--||.f in -
S) : + it t ; e i-r* ;a l'i;.r e' 'Itn-
.* A ,. a, N ,rt i all w,.ti:i .L
.- f : e l jr:t l i pr-'i l.i-
w I t 1 !. w a ll -u : 1 ll .IV


i s- ". :-.,I.1 its l il, irl at
I I- I'1 ,**w.
1ar,'l. 17 -T'l' .-r w.- :n
:* (,ve'nt ( ;.rdenl t. i-
S.iinl ..- ihatuirock suppt)ly
... *i *-xnau-ted. some spray-
,- L igh as th. ty shillings a
I: i- e tanated tlat during
*A ,-k twenty toni" of ge-uilne
-iamtro'k and sixty tons of I
wer.- sAold. Every English- t
wearing shauirock int his but-
S. omnimbu- driver* ride under
a o,- and a green fltg flie- at
,r ,lace in honor ,of the gal- t
Sf thie Irish soldiers.

i en ucky Itepublicane l-'irm.
;- I I:. March 17--The ef- a
"iu ,,vet thie republican state c
hy the <4oteblites fell flAt to- i
1'.w' r and 4'ulton were told (
'':-tightgoat liberty if they
..;v, th.ir examination trial. I
y ri fu,'d aid declared they t
i',t accept bail until the *vi- .
.d been brought out and l
..'c."* nee was shown. a
I
1i Ik. March IT -The new
'..tport Sumner sailed to.-
: Nw York to take on nine
..1 -oldiers from Ft. .locuta .s
i'. lippinu s

0C3BEYS BOTH TO HANG.
t" a-ts 1- Trtas" I tha se
stt*- H story. (
v. (.a March 16 -The supe-
n. as adjournei after dispos-
ao eases of King and Buster


charged d with the murder of t
- :. uea. iaSleburst. on March 5 f
,,tey. agIe Iti year-. was
Tr... tr.t A jury. be!s2tei v
fi*t pane', after being out 33 r
S7,:rnai a verdict of guilty
Srumeniarson
S* ')o.b-v was then placed on i:
t.Pe jury. after being out 10 p
r"'urn*d a verdict of guilty. v
-re ,tutnveed to be hanged on
an I cunviotinm was one of I
.-t :.I 'he u s:ory of the state. ;;
wV.. be haltged in exactly :,
aun niue days from theo te iJ
waq committed. and this
n n th* part of th* ca'rt
"' ;,iv1 them from lyncning.
u '- now quiet and no fortue

niptIed .As ssl t. t
I. *a March 16 -Tnetown "
ver a negro man's attempted b
Mits Suellgrove, who lives a
S in ies from the city. The fi
1'r .' ,k lot -a M A f


resilted tne eogro*s aovaaoes ana a nes-
perate struggle ensued. Mi.s f!nell.
grove's soreams aiarmod the negro and
he ran off. During the struggle the
young lady waD badly bruised, receiv-
ini several cuts about the head. John
Belding Bitley has been arrested and
identitied by Miss Snellgrove as her as-
saiiaut. Hle a&,srt his innocence.
CoMsatle* *aoes to A-hrevlllo.
ATLANTA. March 1G.-With the con-
o uding of the Bibie conference at the
Tabarnaole Baptist church also comes
the departure fro;. Atlanta of the
Countess Scbimmelmaun. who has been
here during tme past eignt days, and
who bad made a number of friends and
aimuiers in this city. She left today at
noon over the Boathern railway for
A-bevvile, where osh will spend several
weeik in resting af er the h.irJ. al-
thi'nug pleasant, worK -he has dnue in
this city.
<'.rolnfa ('ott',. Mills.
C .M'I:a. C, Marchb 16-The
(.-av-water bleacuery at A:ken.$3oo,000;O
the Ieman m:11 McColl, $ *0:.000. and
::,e A p mill-, Jonesviile. $oo00.0o.
hive fi.ed toeir incorporation papers at
the state capitol The Anderson yarn
ani kniting mill increases from $50,.
000 to $2,0j,000. The total capital pro-
jpcted in cotton mills shis year is (4,-

Wages Advanced.
ATLANTA, March 1d.-As a result of
the conference between the represent.
tive of she Stove Founders' National
Defuse assootation and delegate from
she Irou Molders' auton of North Amer.
iao a general advance ina he wage scale
of ro molders of 16 per ent over the
wage ocale eft I has r been decided
upon.
U:derwo4d In Birmlmghbam.
BIRMxtoKana Ala., March 16.-Con-
gresman Oscar W. Underwood of the
Niath Alabama district, arrived in the
city from Wastbiagton today for a short
stay. In am Interview Mr. Underwood
said he had no doubt that the next
house of represeetaftves would have a
good working Democratic majority.
I-naltentlary For Life.
T LBOTTON. Gha. March 16 -Wesley
Freeman, charged with killing Jeff
Bell a negro. Aug. 12. 1Sbh. was eon.
tenced to life imprisonment today. This
is third trial and a motion has been
made for a new triatL The jury was
out about 34 hours before before a ver-
dict could be agreed upon.
terliy ('audidatt S-bptpp MTPrnti. March 16 -The New (i0.
Leans derby candidates. Lamplighter
and The Conqueror. were shipped to
the Cresont city last night aind barring
accident will start in the derby on next
Saturday.
KilI'l WaIf" td Him -iri.
INDIANAPoLIS. March 16 A'fred
Gregory, a farmer near Winslow, Pike
cnnntr, last nigbt killed his wife and
himself. They leave six children.

ST. 1'ATi('K'S IAY.
r',e *Para.'e Abandonod in tihe Intrr-
este of Ijabor.
Hundreds of people were disap-
pointed this morninti when it was
earned that the ellicers and memn-
bern of the Ancint Order of Hiber-
niani-, under who,,%r auspices it
was intended that the parade itn
hioor of Irela and's patron sai ut
shouldd take place, at an informal
meeting held in the parish house of
ut. Joseph's church imntnediately
after the relitiotus services. had d(-
'ided to alhandon the parade. in the
interests of the labor element of the
itry.
Offeicers of the assoclution ex-
plained that this action wa" resolve d
upon inll consequence of the recent
interruption o0 labor by reasesi f
abor troubles in the lumber trade.
mnd the hardships that might issue
rom the loss of even one day's la-
bor just as the troubles had been de-
*lared adjusted.
The religious services at St. Pat-
'ick's church were largely attended
mnd the sermon by Rev. Father Cas
'idy, of Warrington. upon the hi"-
ory of the holy saint and the faith
)f the Irishi people, was a delight to
ill who heard it.
All of the flicers of the intend-
d(I parad. --hief M:arhal Mik-
b'Leary and his aides. Msrs..I. J.
ulllvan and James McHugh-weze
eady in fullregalia. the b nd wa.-
i attendance, the chief of polnI-c
rith Ihis otlicers. niouait,-d, arid at-


"utded by a squad .f patrolmen on
oot. repaired to the render zvous, the
military were awaiting ti#e order to.
march, and the streets w 're lini'd
With people anxious t-o view tht. p ,-
;ade.
Notwith-t .irdling th!e u iver-.,l di--
ppolllttllt llt, th-'f WtISde:: tI tli
!mana*gr in Alandonii.;z tl, pro-
os.,ed pl ;rade.fo r :t'he re -,', iv iV'!i.
: 11 uiiti%Ar-a lly coillu:et;l i >'1.
T"' addrf-- to givn :at ti ,
pera house Moinay t. -t ht liy H11 .
'. .I. ('< rt:tnor ,l ?tS.tvannal l. V ,:I
i;,' l t 1 ('t c r pe at' f r th- ,l--
;I'; ;::imt wn it or "'t-l, !t'd iby St;*' .t,'.t!.-
,Oi l:lt. f t l ,t! .,d e.
The 1'oli-e C .irt.
Tl.o .mm-un of t' lve cuilprit- ap-
oP:ired on th,' tiotkt in .1Mlyor Hil-
iar.J's 'court tJi' ll0 ni: z. of which
jhre, weret- di-ch.rg d, one turned
vt-r to tihe h-liriat. oLe forfeited hli-
oitj. five were flned. the aggregate
t-nez $--..'> and two. Johni Potter
ni \Vtin. Thompson. runaway boy.
rot Mobile, ere ordered held for
farther proceedings.


on Tuesday afternoon. The score there is but one Pain-Killer, Perry
cards were very unique, being tiny Davis'. Price 25c and 50c.
pin cushions of red and blue satin, -
heart shape, and us each game was
played the winniaig party had a pin SHELDON OPPOSED TO WAR.
stuck in her ctushion. Hearts were
al-so s.upended over oe.ch table with art'toes the Phllipplae War and De-
tnio number indicating the table. ounces All War&.
'rhe first prize, a beautiful Venetiatn Torrpw. March ld.-The feature of
la,. bowl w;as won by Mrs. Morri Mr. Sheldon's paper today was a car-
iedr. TI e -econd prize, a pair of
c:dI:dtli.ts,-. was given to Mrs. Louis tooa opposing the war in the Philip.
Frie -iman. After the garies, a de-' pines. It is the work of Myron A Wa-
l;t'.!ul m-pa-t was .erved. terman, a brother-in-law of Mr. Shel-
-- don. Ii represents Uncle Sam dressed


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Why should we use cheap, impure, un-


OU[IDTV I N dinning room was most temptingly
Srarranied with tete a tote tables.
SOCIET EV' where a most delicious supper was
wrved during the entire evening.
The Young Ladies' Euchre Club
S. met at the home of Miss etella Falk
Thursday afternoon. After twelve
games Miss Mar&b Kahn was pre-
Informal theatre suppers have tented with first prize, a lovely gauze
been much in vogue the past week. fan. Miss Mel Levy. a silver mount-
On Monday evening Miss Lottie Pitt -d card ca-e. Dainty refreshments
eo;tertained several friends after on- were served at the close of the
j,,ying the laughablle comedy, "Two games.
Va;ra bonds. Thursday evening after attending
Tutesdiy evening Mr. Jai. C. WVat- the thrilling representation of "The
son gave a very delightful theatre Christian,* Miss Daisye Hyer had
party in honor of hi- old college several guests to partake of a dainty
friendiMr. Harvey .McCutchln,the spread at her home on North Bar-
r'uest at present of Mr. Walter Pitt. celona street.

A inost notable occasion waq a The Misses Wittich gave a moat
-t:g dinner given on Wednesiday delightful luncheon to many of their
14th in-t.hvy Mr. Campbell Avery in friends Tuesday. Covers were la'd
cttrinni-nioration of his twentieth for fifteen and the table was lovely
birthday. There were twelve covers with its beautiful china, silver and
laid, the favored guests being exquisite cut flowers.
MNe-rs. J. E.Baars, Mansfield Mo-
renu, (George Cravev, Buckner Chip- Miss Edna Avery, with a few
ley. McKee McClellan, Theo. D. frierds. spent last Saturday at Fort
Baars.J. Oliver Semmes. James.C. Redoubt, leaving on the 1 o'clock
1Watson. Bert Caldwell, Tom Thames Idummy and returning at 6 o'clock.
and R. H. Turner. Complimentary ; Baskets were carried and a delicious
to his Alma Mater, Mr. Avery chose lunch was enjoyed in true picnic
the notable purple, Sewanee c -lore. style.
The centre piece was of lovely re-
naispance lace over purple satinthe ,Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Keller enter-
decorations,. violets arranged artist- talked several friends Friday even-
ically in bouquets and scattered ing complimentary to Dr. R. C.
daintily over the table to lend their White, who will leave in a short
beauty and fragrance to the enter- while for the summer months, at
tainment. A lovely boutonniere of quarantine station. The table was
the same flower tied with purple daintily decorated inp ink and green,
ribbon was given each young gen- the guests being Dr. and Mrs.
tleman as an especial souvenir. A White, Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Pitt and
delightful menu of eight courses i Mrs. E. E. Saunders.
with appropriate wines was served,
which just such a crowd can highly Mr. Harvey S. McCutchen will
appreciate. Bright toasts were given be the guest of Mr. Jas. C. Watson,
and many song in which all joined, i during the coming week.
those who could. sing, and those who -- -
for the time thought they could .l-ng! Throat sore? There's no telling
-so I was told, and in this way the what a sore throat will do if you
mea-ure of a most charming even- give it "right of way." Uncertain
ing was laid to the score of this remedies often cause dangerous de-
birthday, with the earnest hope thtt lay. Make a cure sure with PAIN-
both the host and his friends may KILLER, known for half a century
meet together to enjoy many more. at. a specific for sore throat, croup,
coughs and all kindred trouble.
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Wt,.u-daly night at the Progr. s' in the uniform of an officer of the PRIMARIES IN ARKANSAS. COLD WAVE KILLS FRUIT.
!uh.u was given by the Ladios' R'e-v- United States army with a smoking
o!.iit As-ociation a grand nia-luer- ride in his hand, standing in front of J ff Dav.s nd Senettor Uerry Win In Growers In Ess Tennesnes* and North
adle hall to celeb-ate the Puirin fe- an intrenchment in which are a num- Two <('outies. Georgia taffer Loe.
tival. so prominent in Jewi.-i cir- ber of dead Filipinos, numerous skulls LITTI.E ROCK, March I6 -The Demo. CIHiTTANOOGA, March 16.-The worst
cIt:s. A tmnon. the costumeS alidchr- being seen in the distance. Facing cratic primaries held in Lincoln and to be feared by fruit growers of thi.
alct Is ,..ele(t( d. wtre many orri-inal Unc.e Sam and pointing to the reult
.,:,; amu-ing repreeiitations. nota- of his markmanship in the intrench. Doeha counties yesterday resulted in mountain section of Tennessee sad
bly the following: men:s stands the Goddess of Liberty. overwhelming victories for Senator North Georgia was realihsd in the visit
('harles Harten ,'i and Frank She is represented as asking: James II Bsrry for re-election and At. of the cold wave lai: night. I had
L vy. as marine ,te "Is this what you call your Christian torney Jeff Davis for governor. Davis been predicted that the thermometer
Mr. L Cohen, :in old colored w, civi!;zatto?" defeated his opponents by at least 8 to would fall to 30 or parbaps to 28 andi
inan from Coff, o county. whai w It will be accompanied by a brief edi- 1, while Berry's vote over Jones willbe tbat event tho re Fag som, hope 9th1
v, ry amusing. total note denouncing war in generaL about 6 to I. portions 6f orotards protected by moan-
Joe ,evv, a very fine taffy man. Mr. Shldon quit the editorial rooms J W. Crockett for secretary of state, tain might e sape.
Mrs. Sam Rtoseneau, an Italiat, for an hour and a half to conduct she Abner Gaines for railroad commissioner But the reports at the office of the
dancer, regular midweek prayer meeting at his and Colonel George W. Murpoy for at-. observer this morning show that she
Mr. Philip Klein, troubadour. church. torney general, also won in both coun. mercury dropped to 24 and everything is
Mrs. Sam Friedman. a stundower. Mr. Sheldon in an editorial deonouno- ties. Congressman John S. Little de. frozen over this entire section. Fram$
Joe Jac.,by. a society belle. ing those people who dodge the tax aso 'ated Judge J. B. Wood by a majority growers. who a few days ago were r.
Mr. Dave Kugleman, a country mssor, made the statement that a n i to I in Lincoln county. dient with hopes of a good yteld the
ya:p. Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe bag- year. are in poor pirit, especially as
aMrs Jake I-rael, a fancy costume. l e man ta opoks pays three times Insurance Company il-pudlates. the fruit was also killed lass year ti
Vaird' rdre. Da ono of th*hhethest SAN FRANCISCO. March I& The practically the ame way, althougha
aren dress. clal of (e road. week later than this year. The los by
M-. Menko, an old-time white- At the daily conference with newspa. Chronicle says: The Nippon Marine this trees will amount to hundreds ot
washer. per correspondents Mr. Sheldon was Insurance company, limited, of Osaka. thousands of dollars.
Mrs. Mei.ko, "the swellest coon in asked why he did not publish thenames J l has cancelled and repudiated all
tow. of toee with whom he made the com- risksand policies written in its Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup is a remarkable
Mr. Nathan Forcheimer, a duke. parsons and he replied: ame on its behalf in this city since medicine. A dry, ticklingac hacklnr cou l.
Mis. Da;sy Colhen, America. "Becase they are legion. This coty January last. aggngating about 850* the warniia Ithat coitarmption lurks seo.
"Mr. and Mrs. Mimpkins." repre- is full of that class t people and I did Such is the information which 'eds o therer oco cur t 'uandl
rented by Ike and Lep Hirschman. not think is right so stale out a half came a the last mal from Japana to I trouble.
Miss Theresa Stone. Cotton. dozen sinners and give their names. If she co(apany's aego ta s cnty Is -
Loui Simon and Dave Cashman, I could have given the tire hI l, is not known what caused the Japmes I "Cape May" at Eugene Arbona'e.
old timers. might do so, but that would be impoe, directorate to take suoh atio-.
Misses Gertye Hirschman, Han- sible. I do not know that I would print a
nah Hirfchman and Minnie Sack- them anyway. I am looking into the Editor's Awtl Plight. avy Clai io Vr .alvaeI-.
man. school girls. future and beyond to remedy the evil FRXaNDINA. Fla. March 16 -Mr.
Herman Greenhut, rough rider, and to persuade people to be more hon.- F. M. Higgins, Editor Seneca, ThoRiI EIn. Fnderwriter's arcmh l hI.
Jake Stone, a Chintaman. est in the matter of assMemente." (Ills., News, was afflicted for years T s ~s u ne the
Fred Simor, a servant girl. with Piles that no doctor or remedy been in the city investigating the sea
Morris Hautemann. a prince. IOBBEI) THE GhAVE. helped until he tried Bucklen'.. Ar- ter of the grounding of the Briflu&
Hr in ri nica Salve. He writes two boxeA steamer Rochampton. on she outer a
Herman Berl n.a dude. A startling incident of which Mr. wholly cured him. It's the surest of Cumberland sound. on MarohY. The
Mias Rots Levy, a school gir"l. John Oliter of Philad elphia, was the ; Pile cure on earth and the best s'-,ae tug makes claim of f$,060 aMlvage far
Many other nakerr in dtniune u. -ubject. is narrated by him as fol- in the world. Cure guaranteed. towing the vessel off. which theuadero
Between the hours of ten and elev- lows: "I was inu i most dreadful Only 25 cents. Sold by W. A. D'Al- writers' agent will possibly allow. The
n,. while Itarrios'orchestra was ren- condition. My skin was almost yel- emberte, druggist. vessel was not injured in say mame.
during in exqui-ite strains Angel'- l, .es s unken, tongue coated. ...
.serenade. A group of lovely forms, pain continually in back and sides, Don't nePlect to attend the "Allba TO CUriE A representing Antgels lnoatd grace- t1 appetite-gradually growing Haywood'" ent.rtai!tin,-int at ('Clut- rI.' uI I A
.ully into the bsll room. while satin weaker day by day. Three physi- ter's Hall Monday evening. Secture rake lg. ribbons caught from shoulder to iants had given nme up. Fortunfate- seats at letter'ss. YOu wi I ) ru .ts .u. r tv's mitturn i. t f lto
-houlder, binding in union tl'e ly. a friend advised trying 'Electric pleased and amused.an l at t!.,,.- ..", ,, .. -
:ingelic crowd, the foremost of th- "e B,i:tr-." and to my great joy and time true charitv wily II .. t.
were \Mises Stella l'alk. L[,ii" -irp rie, the first bottle made a de- H. P. 0. Elks' clarity fut.d. Ii B-, l.onay i- t,." h4-st b.,er. Eu-
Kahn and Mr-. Ma:x Boar. .1 i- cided improvement. I continued gene Arbona.
. !r th K fli holding the rih)no, t'i-md their use for three- we(k<. and ami "'Paul Jones" at Euge-ne Artho'-m t ,--
thus .'uid!llrg tht' en:ietire gloup 't,e fnow a well mnan. I know they ___;1v_ -


Pure Blood
i- th- b, -h d fenl e agsin t dis,.e-r--
and Hot-te-ter's Stomnach Blitter-
;i;ike~s -:hltl;y hl,,d. If yo-u wain
to get w. it .a id keep well, t.ke it
te :il:Irl'y. It will keep tr.e bowel!
-ictv" a and cures all -iach stoirach
Iliorder. as. dyipep si, iidige-' tin.
-lu:'gih liver. wak kadlmuwe, rtala-
ri fever and azr.oS. i,-e th!at a
Private Revenue Stalmp cover- tht.
neck of the bottle.


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ny life, and robbed the grave of an- We are Sole AzentS For
other victim." No one should fail
to try th-"nl. Only )cents per bhot- Kay-r & Allma',. C('has. M. N.
tIe at W. A. l'Alemiberte's Drug Keilen'. and Cleveland Wall P.p.'r
store. Co's. Finely Wall Papers Full lino-
..... ,,f "t iilef. J. E. lR o-s & Co. No,. 11
Elks charity fund is opn to all N. Palafe x. Phone :.-'4. 2f-tf
in ineed, regardless of race. s-ex, na- a0 -
tionality or creed. And thl" enter- Don't Pay $40 and $50
tatinm entt at Clutter's* H>l-11 M Indav f,'r E'vvIN.,, M- T (I?% FS hS.I V V i
eve-n ing for the benefit th-reo.,f will f-a l IY .- an ke ithen y:id
bh a: ro-fined and artistic a- the ob late iy :l'*-ven b nt atk(). w.M trl
ject thereof, good and worthy. lt irgiai r Furuiture H,--, f,,r fron
$lu to S3<. Our houa.isehold furniture
Bartholomay Beer on Draught at 14 equally as cheap. Call anldI -.e
Eugene Arbona's. the big stock.

Elegant bed room sets, or DURHAM Cigars have
cheap ones, whichever you no equal. For sale atI
want. at Marston & Finch's. D'Alemberte's.


Who is Rader ?

He's is the Furniture
Man.

Your Credit is Good
For -'iythinrg i:, our IWuese. We have
at .r. a;-- rt;u.-r: f Couches. Bed
L ,':;. -. 'o'lit H,.ts ;and Bedroom
,,iiit,.. Iro i l-d-t,.;ids( at $1 up.
0. M. PRIOR'S
Bargairn Furniture House.

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


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2 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 1900.


EMPLOYVMINT OFFIL(E.
R ng up 382 or call at the office.
II North Palafox street. when mt1
eed of a carpenter. B. D. HoffinaD.
Busineo Agent of the Carpenter'-
.adJoitners' Union. will furni.h you
witb the desired help on short no-
tice. n25"tf


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Fuel Gas




Alphabet!
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wa sn ANCIENT who
to burn wood.
ij for BILLS that ihe
when he could.


was the COAL that lie after-
wards bought.
i; the DIRT and DIUST that it
brought.
is the EVIL t.he'e- things
brought to pI..t
was his FOLLY in not u-ing
gas.
is the GAS George u-ed in hi.;

is the E IG HT of ijy gas
brought to his hiomne.
is the INDIAN: lie do~.n't
u-e GAS.
cannot u-, it. fr J s tthe
J ACKASS.
is the KITCHEN wh *re GAS
it tilh- fl;-l.
it th e LAI'NDRY. thit-y'r
bthi of t-iu c.,il.
i-; th!- MONEY. .aved- by a
.vi- Uanizu-.
is for NOW. the;- best tim- for
a chance.
i- the OFFER twhe C onip;any
makes.
i- the PROFIT, don't make a
ini-ta k -.
ie for QU'ES.TION : :i qiue-s-
tion at aili'
is tl.h RANG E yoVll should
buy be-fiore Fall.
is the SAVING ,you make. If
you d,.
i- the TIME and TIOUB'LE
-saved. too.
i- the I'NION ,f Comfaort
and thrift.
is VEXATION, now cut it
adrift.
iA WSISDOM ill having inm
chaige
plus i hree Dollars to buy ai
Oas Ralige.
is for YOU. please observe t,
you pass.
is our ZEAL to supply you
with GAS.


UAS RANGES $13. Co0nicr-d F rc.

Pensacola Gas Co.,
NO. 3 S. PALAFOX ST.


James Huglhes'



Boiler Uforks


Steamboat and Sawmill
Work a Specialty.

S.'ni Boiler-. Tank- and Sheet Ilion
Work MalnufactILtur d and It e-
paired. i;'- I- it: ing **t4
All Ki.'I-.

809 tI 813 cth 6 Palaf 0 StreCi.
P.<. i ; I ::' e .


I'ENSACOI -A -


THE HEINE ACADEMY OF MUS1iC,
No.,- Nor: "aian fox P-t ri*t .
MISS IEVELENE W. HEINE. Pr~incpal.
MISS IDA MIAGGIO. As'itanf.
Vo&Ce 4 jhtu.-. %\'.11i in:oii l'. tp.


Best Patey~t Flour.
Our 1)',,,:f f.'(/ II .4oya1
Patent is t/.'c iws! i7,u r htli f
can" be ril'd p.(.

Forget .7Ve XAol .-S:owle of
the best Ricw kfavf Foody on
Mhe market.
.411 inade lyThec 0. E.
Stariard .iAiili Co. and, fur
sate iby Ae'wOrleans Gro-
eery Co.
JA4S. .1-1-11177".
Phone 10.5. Proprietor.


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.~ j~ F it i i iiP ut-nt stea-'boat
;. i ('. '--'a r -, t1:.- bio t to make
,: L-- t r.' ... trorti Ev.inavl.ie to
!.- :i. '..e I: I L, Ia ,e two
S, .," ,-- w-*k. Thie L > ai t.. ar.:i
.,. ,-. .r t i o ..e w i:,.i ia :pc-irioa

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-"r : u.e ..te o iai.ra P-aciic
m 11,. ,-y *.. ;., c. ,r*.i-" r M .,rgao n ineof
p : u N : -. \ rk to (-;alves-
"* i. e ; I r i N -- Yi rkT New
* >1,asl I-. r":' *i, .'i- '' ti ?mti"v are
.w I. in:-' it., ui -I-1'r1 tuo cr i '-u"-
l 1 a i it :*a! L Ia .I- l

S}' I\. !'-"o M .rI .a -- The
-.i,h-u u a'-L'::: c omnnVy has so:d its
!ea.;p,3 car in:eres' to tbe Pullman
c>;*i:.naaV which, beginning April 1, will
oeral-e s*ernig cars over tue system.
iA b conli1epraoion is said to have been
.ibjut $,..id.U.v.
It v. as nn lri<.i lawy r whit in spesai-
Ing of the lde:i;h of a c(lliague said.
**lie lft a brilliaiit future behind him."
IINGERIN G IA GRIPPE COUif'.
G. Vache-. 157 Osgood St.. Chica-
go, say: "My wife had a very se-
vere case of Iq Prippe. and it left her
with a very bad cough. She tried a
bottle of I olevs Hor.ev and Ta- and


SEABOARD AIR LINE

PERFECTING PLANS

Williams Elected President
of F. C. & P. Railway.

ANOTHER TRUNK SYSTEM

Consolida.iton of Linos to constitute
the (rGrrater Stuboard Air Liar.
T e-re. I. No Injuanction Against Car-
ryieu Out Agremnernt.
NEw YuRK. March 16.-At an im-
portant meeting of the directors of the
F'orida Central and Peninsular railway
held here John Skeiton Williams was
elected president to succeed H R. Du.
val, E. R. St Johu was elected frsrt
vice president, Joha A. Henderson soeo-
eod vice president and general counsel.
D. E Maxwell third vice president and
D. S. Porteous secretary. W. F. Coch-
ran and Ernest Thalmann were elected
to the board of directors to succeed R.
Fulton Cutting and Mr. Bayard Brown.
The rest of the board was re-elected.
After the meeting of the board there
was a conference in relation to the pro-
posed scheme of consolidation with the
Seaboard Air Line. It lasted until late
in the evening. President Warfleld of
the Continental Trust company of Bal
timore was present at this meeting.
The preparations for the consolida-
tion of the different lines which are to
constitute the greater Seaboard Air
Line are rapidly nearing completion,
and it is expected will be completed
within two months. Mrs. Williams
authorized the statement that there is
no truth in the report of granting an
injunction in Baltimore against the
carrying out of the consolidation agree-
ment.
RATES TO BE MAINTAINED.
Itallroads West and Southwest Enter
InIo Agreement.
MILWAUKEE. March 16 -Local rail.
road agents today received a circular
announcing in effect that the leading
railroads in the west and southwest had
agreed on a plan to secure the mainten-
ance of tariff rates after March 15 The
circular is believed by shippers to be the
result of a conference between the ex-
ecutive officials of the leading railroads
and the inter state commission.
It says tha: the railroad@ pledge them.
selves to tue interstate commerce com-
mission and to each other that all of
their businme shall be conducted in a
lawful manner. Tae also pleage them-
selves, each to the other, in respect to
all traffic transported after Marco 16.
1900. t(at they will not under any cir-
cumstances pay or give any sort of
stipend rebate or consideration of any
character or free transportation in any
form to shippers or to persons repre-
senting them. and that the printed tar-
iffs wi.l be lived up to.
A SHORT RAILROAD IS SOLD.
Considerable Speculation as to Who
Is Ihe Real Purchaser.
SEIaMA. A4a, March 1d.-The B.r.
mingnam. Selma and New Orleans rail-
wav, a short line running 'A miles out
of Selma, wat sold today to F. M Ab-
bott of West Point. Miss.. who repre.
scouts some New York capitalists. The
road bring, l1,.00j bales of cot:ca to this
city. besides other freight.
It is said that the road will be ex-
tended on to Linden. the county site of
Mrea n, and thence on to the Tombig.
bee river. Taere is a good deal of
speculation hee as to 'ho boigh: the
road, v.ari n ram ra being afloat that
it rs the Motle and Onin wh'le others
Tay the Lou.ville and Nashvile. Thnete
is n", du'ot ibat the roed is bought un
for onmehto iv. It is even hinted that
tne eab.a:at A:r L.:ne is the purchaser.
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N PI;'. h'or D.leatI-e..
Cmi \'TN,'-ti.5. March ),;-It is an-
2-ne id nere tai-ay that represents.
lives ot te Southern. Luasvillo and
Naus:v:;.e. Na.hv.ie, Cnattanooga and
.~t Loui s-ui I lino:. GCentral railroads
harv, hsld a coe'erjnce tand adopted a
c r:o'l rln o ihat no ias.ses will be
I-!I i th:-t y 'ar in deegitea to either
t;e i, u.ti.-can or Dl)emocra;ic state con-
v.-rono., bino of w icn wiil be held in
N..imv:i.a A uitf,)rm raie of 1 cent
tc tnm. e--a v,.y -has Li.ea adopted.

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m~an M1 iss -~alur


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Doihit fail zoo titicke-.-; 1.ic4 '
ceqt't. Bowtiefit e It '. 0(. F!kz t-[nr-
Ity fund. t~q.li a-i Hall. Mta:.dav
evpniing. 191?h inst. iiil2tf

CASTOR IA
For Infants &M Childn.
The Kind Ysu Have Alwayse Bought
Bear's tao


ACTS GENTLY ON THE

KIDNEYS, LIVER

AND BOWELS

CLAINSES THE SYSTEM
,, EFFECTUALLY,


OVERCOME f

IA PERMANENTLY


iBU THE 1 E IMtqVINt-MAMINTO Y

(iNIApG,6SYRVCO.

foSAUL BYSal toiG fr 0ou ssTTi aR
I',rri.-d to 'Fratilkt;,rt.
Io:;icti.i.. March 16 Ofricers
s:ared ir Frinkfort thLs aaorning with
S:retr.ary of Stata Powers. Captain J.
\V. Davis W. i. Culton ail Holland
%n-;ttaker. tiae four prisoner.v wao aro
held ag alleio,'., access ritrs to t;uo assa.-
s;unti,; oot Governor Go..-Uol he men
wvili be eveu a p-e imin.iry bearing at
Frankiorr. lue auparLture was w;ilh-
cu'; nlcidelt.
II -l lli t <.k iHear a ,t.
Uric. N, N Y March ICt -Toe Mo.
hawi: Vaimey hotel block at Moiawir
was burned eariv this mtnruiini. It con-
taine-. Lesiden rie hotel, five stores, toe
po-totice. the offioot of th-i town cierk,
justice or peace., innraucs ofilces. m.-
sonic hall antt op-ra nnou'e. Tau losses
are estimatedatt $I00.000.
1l;W'.f- C.0yVWT-d.
Sr Il'is, March Ili.-Tuejury in the
case of Mrs Honr;e:tA Btnberger, the
i'dwi.'e. today returned a v-riict of
guilty of the charge of nitnslaughter
and tixed her puniubment at five years
in the penitent ary. It wva charged
,hat she ctn-ed the death of Wi;hel-
muia Soceri.
u'g of-r irT.-r .-,.
L -t ;isiLI.E, March 16 -Mr. Ciarlas
Smuth. the Chicago turfinan, today re-
fused a check for $.10,030 from T B.
Carter. also of Chicago. for h:s colt
Lieutenant Gibson.
Dr. Arnold's Widow i)Dead.
LoDoo., March 16.-Mrs. Arod, the
widow of Dr. Thotnsa Arnold. the fa-
mous bead inaster of Rab.y. is dead.
T O inmary p opl Ioseo v: iii':li'-
time in exper-i'n:iile with
ci'i,;i h andi cold cuiItf-'. 'I !. y -hI'ii'd
t.akt- Foley's Honey a;.d Tar b, fre it -
tou LATE. W. A DL'A'i'. l~ i to.'

SI laie ly war.l;.

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also 11'. [T. Green r -Co."'
S. Palafox Street.
OR ADDRESS

W s W 9 WI L KINN'SON,
Greenville. Ala.


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Judz-(1i-)oIPro.hpkt-Court. Bfsc'.-r C. lujit.%
A I ibti-ma.


:c1zGCOLAYY


Grist and Corn Meal Mills,
X. F. GONfZAIhEZ & CO., Prop s,
Manufacturers
CHOICE MEAL AND PURE GROUND
STOCK FF.FI).
Patronize Home Industry. for tbhr, 1i
every reason you should buy your Meatl and
t*toek teed from tiie H ifc.- Manufacturer.
ror ty so doing you enconraire bone indus.-
try. Your mnopr.y left ii the commrmn ty


for Infants and Children.
Castorla is t harmless mumbstitute for Castor Oil. P,.
goric, Drops and Soothiug Syrnps. li is PIea;.,t. I
contains neither Opiumn, Morphine nnor other N.irnit-
substance. It destroys Wormns and allays Feverihlm...
It cures Dlarrhtea and Wind Colic. It reli-.ve 'rT.*-ti-
ing Troubles and cures Constipation. It regilht, ti..
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy arn natural .. ;,.
The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears the Signature of


"TAKING" ROYALTY.
The most photograpiew person In the
world is tile 'ri':i,' f WV:les. S.ri.:o
31i.sxmI p!.,oior;-r;ipds of hi:ii are t lI
y :airiy.
T'ih- eimper of erI.any ij,.'s hav-
in r lIF P .I.!.. m1" i.1 :i !. T .re i> a
y,.a:'lvy di'.:,Lr:d gt r 15.'" t f ,his lik,,-
The s:.!an of Turkey i- v< ry di:ti.',:i;
a'., ;;t hi;ii: l.s p ,':,II'n tak n. W\' en
it is over, hioe a"scs i if he had been
thrl.u:;l al vrA tryi tr g o i: al n:id tak..s
in lhaw; I.r.aths. as if the strain had
been i tit;i*.
.iil;nr.i,; Ir:i!:;: .l.1 ih of Ali-;tria has
an i,!dea t hi; lie :ain ipo. himself lo.tther
than aiy ione else. an-;i, Ien' he alw:i~ys
t oo.ses his. o'vn attitulllohs. (In, tihe
lt ,tu aiti!her stoo iuto hi lii iaj.st:y's troti-lers. "Oih, nev-
er ...!. l. r-vidlitl tthe mniperor. "it
would Ie far Ib-tter If you could iron
the wrinkles out of my cheeks."
The oi.' is very peculiar about hav-
ing his picture taken. lie had some
photographs taken some 1' years ago
which lie favors. In most cases be rn-
fuses to iave other- taken. lie glves
ns his reason tLalt hlit frierus vwho took
the pittures nvre lbeen true to bin. and
he wish's to lie true to them. Every
year about Isi.Nm of then are sold.

ITEMS OF INTEREST.
Publishers in Finland lose from Stnl.-
O ti) iI 1 IAiNI a yta-;r dlue to suippres-
i(,*ij of lbiok.s lyv tlie government.
Iiriii. lthe last 12 niontilhs at least a
dlozi.ln 1lplj.liant trailiels hal. e 1-e. u kill-
ed xlio-re il;h;i h!\ta e it-'ii killed in tin
A IL 9-er aitrl .usists of three men,
a v'eterlin iiaid t wo .% .*uni sters. us~ui'lly
.an v.'. ::id,- tw- nihe.wvs. or a father
and tv>o oif his s.n, <..
Thi" Jew! il p,!>:;;itlon of Londonl
Las inoie l!.'a:i lo bi!e!d during thli' p;:, t
'*) yt:iars. It is now estimated at be-
twV -! onl ]lati. lol i ll llI .lilt
-'r. iii.h ':;i',t-'t N4ioild hatvhsve ru.itu
enu'! 2"t 1 !e' l.'0* saloni. ni lthe arch!-
t..t *>r i;,.e '. l :ll: lih.l Iprovidll them
wil i, '!:' f :- iles of l..'uill g!ig

'h' lh.'." Ir h. a s,.hooll)4y in Fair-
fax. Vt., ioi:ght it wonhld he funny to
put rel r p.'r stove. II,' 1Aiinded !n a justice court,
which :i assessed his father ?P.29.
A Tough Proposition.
She--Wy do they cp.ll love the "ten.
dr :,passion." hdo yo'i suppose?
IIe--l'i sure I don't know. It's the
toughe-t thing that ever happened to
liie.-Y:i!kers Statesmai.
Another Fiasco.
IIobbs-VWell, how is the new cook
getting on?
Mrs. IIobbs-She's getting on her
things preparatory to leaving.-Phlla-
delphia North American.
At C. V. Thomnpson't.
Cr'tiue's Ladies' Note Paper. and
i.nvt-lopos to match.
Canibridge Linetn and Envelopes.
Hurd's. Parchment.
Invitation Paper and Envelopes.
Linen 'I a)letQ.
Frosttd Velum and Env-loqipe?.
E-igli-h Note; atin Wove: Ti-sue
l'ar- r; Deatri-on's Crepe.. Etc.. with
:i -.ieiral aszortmovt of stationery.
(C'. V. HOMS, -ON.
No. i0 Smouth Palafex Street.


Indigestion!

WIVe challen5c the world
o10 pro0ihce a rem7 edy equal
to the .4latchless .Mineral
\\ater for the cure of In-
lieStion0 Dyspepsia and
all f, 1ms of Sfojuadc, Iouw-
el Troubles and Skin Dis-
eases. Guaranteed to cure
or money refunded. Cost
only !5 cents a day to use it.
One dollar bottle last twen-
ty days.
For sale by all dru ffisls:


*.ARCHITECT*


--\AND-


General Contractor

Buildi::. !, pa!rin:. Mantel and ( ::a Settin P niht :: .-
and Ga;s Fit:iu..
A Complete Plumbing Department under the
Management of E. B. Morey.
".WArtisti I),csigwls, Estimnates. Pl tn< .ind S,.cilicat:.-
ing of All Kinds, Prepared on Short N':ie,.
\A IA Large and Carefully SI -l. ti# i So,,-k ,f Fint- I it.
Tiling ,of All Kinds. ath Tub-, C I-et-.i:i 1 H.;:-st;,.ld A;Ili. -.
Hot Water and Gas Fixtures.


No. 19 S. Palafox St.


: Telephone No. 344


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Citizens National Bank
OF PENSACOLA.


L. HILTON GREEN.
PKES IDENT.
T. E. WELLES,
VICE-PRESIDENT.


JOHN F. PFEIFFER.
R. M. B'-SHNELL,.
Assr. CASIn, .


OIRIECTORS:
T. E. WELLES. WM. FISHER.
of E. E. M. uiders A Co.
K. J. WHITMIRE, JOHV F. PFEIFFER,
L. HILTON GREEN.


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ESTABLISHED 1863.

McKENZIE OERTING & C)'


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Ship Chandlery and General Hard+r(


408 AND 06 9. PALAFOX STREET.

REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHK A. ROEBLINO'S *
GALVANIZED WIRE HOPE, A. RUS8EL A HON' Pt'l'
Callu, 8rfig, Fals, Oil$, lntil intrinats, Sbarls, 1iril. 6
OOMPAPMiq. IOG1. lTC.
C. McKenzie Oert'ing Collecting Agent for Biar Pilot-" -:
citation.
man mim IMu MiniA MM aIm NG i I


In Use For Over 30 Years.




C has. H Turner.


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A General Banking Business Transw-ted.


Vessel' Accounts Handled on Favoraile T err ',.
Ch.p iBonht 4and Sold, Crdlectii-
.oipspt!y Attended To.

ACCOUNTS SOLICITED.




The Star ILaunIrvI


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 1900.




HAVE YOU DY8PEPSIA 9?ALEN AMENDMENT TL alling T
lV E M 1 LAID ON THE TABLE' a osvl, Apri
I(SCIENCE CALLS IT OATARRB OF THE STOMACH*I I The first .seinC In
[ ,Oof Tuesday the third.
Senate by Vote 33 to 17 Denies Mi.s Belle Kearner
zMiss., will give th8 cou
f ^Const.itutional Rigas. ldree, addinypf int.rjnt t t

POR TO RICAN SQUABBLE Recordigte y.



Il s,- st~au, s -.31- cllllan Imroduces
an IuaBp art.' it i aLI. sKNIGHTS OF ii AS.
W4-HJNOVTN. -marci 1 -A'tcr the PenscolaLodge, No.3. K.of P.
", mrning busine.-s bad bees disposed cf
Sl----t toak >. the Por:o Ric:- ugat 7::ur, at C atle laitl,
--- ;' \pr'ingtou b\.i Tne amen*meut of In d tension hall. Wam
th* O.nUate cinmttairtee imcu ing the up al. .rth dily.
S- ------ .- -roDr.l::.u, to revenues collected prior .l H. DV It
to J.Au. 1, 1.0, haviu g teen agreed to K. <.& o.
S est:erd. a rt- wwas taken on Mr. Al- f -
en l's at:. tu *lion t-xtnu.d over tie island. eive Oak Camp No. i oman of he
S-",r Ailein'a amendment was laid on Wornl.
Stia tab.e t:6 o 17, as fo iowi: Me.t frst and th rd Friday n t
S -- ---^ -^ ,. : R I ir mte linerboth. 1 o .lnl nioverelgn cfordt*
S Yeas-Allison:, Baker. Bard, Bever- ally invited. W. W. WArso..
I.....,,-e. Crter,. D.Ivi, Deb l, E *kius. Prevented by Warm Shampoos with CUTICURA SOAP, fol- a. .. i IAar Clerk. C.C.
a r ,ar.s. Foraker. Foster (iaiiingsr. lowed by light dressings of CUTrICUl., purest of emollient
S "..z'. iL:e, HnlLua. liawiey. Kean. Skin Cures. This treatment at once stops falling hair, POLII L hO EI .
.- M.e 1orcaLo-ay. I,.p ge. .1a ri d.e. McCom ts, c B. v
c u* r Manda. aPnro Per. clears the scalp of crusts, scales, and dandruff, soothes irri- Fur leprew.mative.
S':.cha:d. ~:arles. Rwe1, s w 11. tated, itching surfaces, stimulates the hair follicles, supplie-s ..r.y announce, mv,.f a, a eangdda?
u.rp. :- ,. o.,ner. Taurrton, War- the roots with energy and nourishment, and makes the vIo., t,,,l.. ,ttnt,. .,.-c to e-.
;nc. We. tgtoun, WeVmore- 3ti. d,.moratwc primart-s.
SN iv- Ai.eu. baou. ta e. Berry, hair grow on a clean, wholesome scalp, when all else fails. .. th e ,.o,. .
iha;.er. Cantoa. Clark. (.lo.) CLTay
C .crel. Culot,rso. wHarrid Kenney, Complete External and Internal Treatment for Every Humor, $1.25, F,.r eteprel,-nrataie.
'Lmau2rmSn. Morg ia, ltwitns, 'illuaQo, conni-ting of CUT4 UVRA SOAP (lc.), to cleanase Ulh -kin of crusts a¬ SCa3CK anf often I hvrebyfnnounce nv.;f Oa aiendidard
T : h n t I -. to, ino(tantil allay itching, trrijttion, aMr1 for Re pon ol e era~ "ttMo!
|inflammation, and soothe and heal, and C0aTIICURA REaNT ir:LF.I, th rool antd cheane the aoc aletur-, sbeti l to thedi0 -Ind I1rMfA M. c r
AMr. Jones withdrew th) anmndment the blood. A single etis often sufficientta cure themo4t torturting,disfiguring skin, P rimair es.
ie v1erei yesterday and in its place and Wlood humor, rashes, etchings, and trritations, with l.os of hair, when the leat johv-i .1. IlgT .at. .
o-.roe Ian aamendic-nt proposing free clan and all other remedies fail. Sold throughoutthe world. POTTER iDRio AN HiEM. -...
.t- rae twer t. e Unite d e tlte and otr., Props., Boston. alloww to Preserve, Purity & Beautity the Hlair, lands & Skil,"f rre.
4P. rto R:co. It differs from the first I hereby announce myself a a tndadat
_.- aerundment Mr. Jones offered, as the THE OYaTEIL REASON. PROESSBIONAL OARDS. for Sheriff of fKcambaa County. and re-
one be proposed yesterday provided The oyoter in hias bed of ooze. et ap fuly o sk the support of ty friend
.4 DA)E y.Lt.EM.'. mv F Cildli ,.o that the money collected should be Wakt-d with a start from his summer and terPst nont. do t
.*,+ .,' + ,+/ ,.+...."h,,erm.o.de,,nt'i,.^hd ,r+. .no^ h la.ld t reoand to those.who had paid ,L snooze. 'Dr. Ma reel ^ I-Ua5 .....elmr.ea..
M de Sgeman, Superintendent 'least distress, eep well, and, nstd read to those who had aid a O td his shell.and id. with a yawn: .ati W.. Ho
th.' c' wag'o North Side Woman'd of the living skeleton I was, I am now Senator Allison, chairman of the Rai "I fear that our season of safety is gone.
publipan caons of the seeale, today an. For my pleasant dreams were disturbed by Pi enia ---o .
h, f a in a recent letter to Dr. a healthy, fleshy woman. This wse in nounced the steering oommitlee on the jar IU Jir dh Gin:, 01.tr.
rt man. pe'ak, of Pe-ru-na as follows: 1810, aid I have continued well ever Porto Rican legelatio. Itis po That Is always caused by the letter R. 1 hereby announce myself as ermditof
ru-r::i has often been used by the since. I have not been without yo of Senators Foraker. Hae Davis, M An know by e keel of that hideous dence Wgorytreet for leton tsh f
.O'r. .four clutoin cames ofstomach remedy In the house since my recovery. Millan, Spooner. Warren ad KIean. That some of us shortlywillbein the soup!" (flce, D'Alemberte Building. 110.. South fragesand Interestof all my friends.
as I do and will for"it Of soopS Oa oPalaft f Sand general debility--also re- I advise all sufferers to do as I did nd Mr. f oar of Marsachuets, oered And so thy willhe foin est and fattest.
|. v IT" eae- of la grippe, and always be cured. the following resolute o which was filled with th i finest and fattest. For bert1ff
'he molet t.eu-fl-ial roiults. I think M r. John F Schmidt says: Pe--n a tthe secretary of war is directed ndte; coic o e D Wx. b. Dyw,
of P-ru-a- a h.aved my life. or lie years t to c mmunicale to he senate a letter of now for sale. done or raw, ready to election. J. VaRPagi.
SIt to my friends, and am glad to beatdoctors had pronounced me incur- Emaiio Aguinaldo. dated as Bacor, Jaly chaw, at hi. restaurant. You can OIFIOE-Hanuah Bros.' Drag Store.
t ho have tried IL speak a good a bl e. I suffered .,189b, addressed to the Amoeran com. get them by the plate, dozen, hun- For Clerk of the Curtait Coarf.
at. with a complica- manner and forwarded to General Mr dred, barrel dray load, wgon load LDENE-400 E. Jackson Stree I hereby announce myself as a cadida
e- F:ily S. Carsn, Austerlitz, tion of disAos e- rit,. Juir 2, 1N8s." or ear load. Owin to the ru-h of for re-electOn a lerkof the ru
S': :f palpitation of the .Mr Ga.llinger of New Hampshire busilres the servingof regular noelks -- - and ask Ebea support at the voters
llartman-Dear Sir: I hadd heart, nervou,,n.-,s, offered a resolution which was agreed will be discontinue&after this week, A. M. M
'r,,utlled with drxpciaa and indi- weakness and dy- a to that the members of the cabinet be but special orders will be served at "ib b r "an- For i rcuit Clerk.
a fr many ye s i pe directed to comunicte to he nat iy hour of the day or night. nnoun my cadidcy forlerk of th
A ditrs atn d con plein ,Arb. A theinmber of clerks in their dspart- n.in nyunc an#e sonrcoutP fo ,o
anyttiwith an alh andbpgO r ih t the number between pee- Ft ras
-anything with- and %f an a Iin ifed aged and also those who. in whole ett of Onl, a., pimaries. K. !,L. I.a l Oa.LL.
Sut thcreate-4t cured i,.. P --rn- or in part, are permanently incapaci. Mo-t beautiful lire of side hbo ar, ffra hi prr,.iion-1 trviwe" to the cit r rcui lrk.
d .trers after- na c a nnot be -In. F. chmt tated. ever shown i tthe city. W a dobes. ze no Escambia ount:
wards. My folv eiatetn. give < t alt ht Mr. Hoar of Massachusetts renewed with glla-s doors of every d# serip- Esp-,nlattentiongivea !o th, trv'mnnt rby ounc mw acaddtfo
w,,uld come up vour mndi.ine to his request of yesterday that a date be tion, fraan the ch..apest to th, tlipe-t. of bhron'e Ii.a lma r I)-a-.e. ,f thu otlhr af el-rk of the circuit court of-
and my stom- my children for the varion-u litlle ail- fied for the taking up of the case re- Roll-top secretary ca.ie eleg:itlly 'hIrty ainv -Prit:'':e th. irh. hav the 'asuppnrt of my frnda ard tit
b beam nt whh n little n, d th lasing to the seating of Mr. Quay as flnihed, a fine line of china chopet.,. 1 ,T tle 1!ouT :- 1a. l. to 12 In.. : to 4 p. m. voterag.nraly. J,,Vi r LA RtA.
,'h begam,,' tnf wh:,'h zan,.v littl t senator from Pennsylvantsi and asked and everything; cont titnedl in n first-' ie.sidence Ph2ne No. -.l
veryweakfrom r',.ult I th.at tht, "., ntev,'r s", k, ht tht the time be fized at two weeks cia:s furniture store at U. M. P3ror*Q sp,-.T-,nnt jtiluuq-rrn ifsca
fasting, as I always .-:,,ng and healthy. I have from next Tuesday. the consideration Bargaini Furniture Hou-e. I herebrannouncemy.ifan a canddte
preferred t a eu gained S, ,) j. aunds .xwe taking of the ca-e not to interfere with appro. for re-el.etion a. Tax 'oll'tor of Ese "
without f o d' Pie-ru-na." prias on halls conference reports, un-. u = A D Wimer Ha//, tam county, and a.k the support of mpro
rather than.u-- '"o many people have what is called fini*.ned business or the Spooner bill Bears the 1lit nd You HaAIWays 8 A.II.HJ'AL.EVa,,.as
-rthe cn.-- d~ spepia thout having the ihgtest conferring authority upon the president
,',.u1,1d 't no r. the day nor dutpiemp f|,at catarrh vf the stomach is to gor.rn the Philippines. presidentuDENTAL SURGEON, h= Uolletor.
t r dms nator McMillau today introduced a 5" The many friends of Judge F. B. IHonifay
I tried 'v.rV rormedy th, ca-tse. Suh people take peptin and bill 'ro prevent robbing the mail." MlSmic Tompis. Phone $64. havin ,,ahid i slt .,,a-,eit h-rebv r-
r tie- cure of d-wpep.uia a thousand other things, vainly hoping The bill provides a system of post J. T. Sterherl ha' a la''e' soor of -:icehinntaa county at thf arnsuin sel l,.'
I, a-: in,.tit. At la-t I got t,' g~t well. But the catarrh remains, checks to be sent through the mails in. m,-tt of Rolid Stirling silver an d ...A.NY ,VYrab
f :',.-ru-na. I ..,nfess I ha.! ... I of c.,urse the dyspopsia remains, stead of currency. Rivers Knlve.. Forks aid ~p,.**r mnr Tx A ,r.T.
t. a. I had tn s, oftun di-at P. ru-na cures these cas-es permanently toIt ohry announr mTax las a r and.dt
but in a ali 'r s,, I ft't n:u.h lv rvm,,vingthecauso,which is catarrh. Ta, llonnr Virginian. If !ott are read!, 4to to ,** rr 'lax Aseasor of Es m -an county, sub-
,. -'F. l di. not di.r.-' it. .t-+ru-la has cured more cases of dys.- W 5 mNOTO'. March 16. In the Ihupose-keeA in+., let'Mar l8n..sS JUt to. lie ction f, If t,,,. ,oeratoc pria-
.I ,,n'*ni.. it1 use, and, after pepsia than any other remedy in the house today. Saturday, March 24. wu d. Finish/furnish /our house Iantron or the tax pay.vr and wildo a .w
.- 1 ,zen bottles,. I was a well world. Address Dr. Hlartman, Colum- set aside for paying tribute to the mem- r du t ecr detail as I did when I held
.. I can cat anything without the I bus, Ohio, for a free tbok. ory of the lare Repreo.niative Sydney o i. ey wll, Sae {/Ou the eoce before. o.. ItRxnw.
P. Ere. of Vargi,,. After agreeing to moneq/. Your credit is rood; Palafo Street, eow A,,so..
ehe senate tmendmonse to a number of with them. Pat t The candidacy of William W. itachards 3"
*h',- t ,eal ah,,,,,rs!*. t.-rti.ray'* ,'t il. pension bill-, the house went 0a0o -om. lf- .a & O1 lo day ou ne re-*l
"- hat 'l weather af- BEas.i March 106-The third read. mittee of the whole and took uapthe Pefor.rrEycambiaocounty,,oubjeotso tIh
.. rcaC y b deration of private bills reported 1~saton of tht democratic primaries.
-' 1 I, it bhw z r(o. I tug of the meas inspectIon ball is ex- from the committs* on claims. W ho. ns R ader


1`4-6, i t being from ,u..s La ....... ar .............. Furniture so Cheap for .
I -u-' Pa.,t cant being fi-om te central assoiation ** ".u ,. V'-v^ ?"fc m'|]r f\ ufIor the action of the democratic primary, sad-
of Germa.manufacturers. a proection. Isn't abe,? e ask the support of my friends.
tat organiuimion. The central bureau Bobbs-Yes. but the peach crop has Cash. W-..L.A E. Afmyrins
Too Buer to ReaL. tor the preparation of commercial been frosted.-Raltimore American. -- For Cornty Treasrer.
tresties issues a stajeme.t showing bow T ILI hreby aonoune myself as a eandidte
American rerai tioR would affeos Ger- A LITTLE KNOWN VACrn.L for renomination as treasurer of Es eambe
l fl I e county, subject to a decision at theemus tagg
\ mau sappmg. That the mnnjority of serious di-- fltdy IS IT X Of democratic primary election, and reosesf-
eases originate ii disorder of tne fully solicit the support of tI he voter. of
a\Prolabd.arn KletineOfa kidntes Foley' Kd te i d Fraillrs, .tuIin, $0. 0 will buy 100 acre of land nortb county, pld ing myself for the future t0e
SFol \reys .d ney Cure dt 3of thecity and westof ouldin ame faithful performance of duty that I
w, GAssVtIu.r. G_.. March 15.-The guaranteed. Try it t-davy if vwou aret sly 4 witl buy ) a res adjoining city tenureorheo f. J.W.
contemp1a ed probh:btion election in not feeling well. W. A. D'Alein- 2000 mlt"..
IHall county is off for the present This berte. will buy four /1 volil bloeka Ih or Januce mo the P fare.
.-Ji afternoon Ordinary Rudolph made a .3.. .a. Ond a rood boven room house I hereby announce my eaodldacy for r
(nvs ,,f he puxol tiled with him ~e will launder your spreads for This property is in New City. election to the oace ofJustice of thb. PO ea
canvas'l u u putZO l_7 for the reonol Imlutrlct. subject to tfe a- i
San\ found there were z6t -ames which ttcenit each and liake theii loo)k -) A will buy 7.50 acres between Big Li fth.' nonniattng prcmarie. e|
maus come off because they were not like new. Star Laur.dry. Bayou and Little Hayou. Tbh BoYKI. Jo.rsg.
ed Voters TOf s nbncs ar mtdh ----- property hasa water front on the bay: alsc -- -
quat7fie voters Tade number made on Big Bayou and Little Bayou. For J.,sice of the Peac..,
more tat, one-tenth of thw peutioners CALL AND INSPECT wll buy one of the bt re At th .uetlon of numou frend.
andi therefore ne could not orr n dencs on West Hill. ituated hereby announce my candidacy for JoI- II
Seon had. The aplton treet cr line; has 9 rooms and all mod of the peace of te city district. u
Line of Iron uid Bra'. ernoonvenlences. the action of the nomination primarle .it
I.,t.ta.ing.on A qIr- R-alrod. BEDSTEAD at 6000 wi huy lot with ha ft front ot _. L-
|*-.-1 .t l wttle iE' Nv.c aYoRK. March 1r c-It has been r Ti, Fri CfPfis x e om treet. aaouti of upreende
ltth !-,."'" iN YO. March I, L -It hal been (wry. Thii can be imninddiately utilized foa 'r:h ruprntend .
S. it. i'- T t.r.'t repolti that the cegotiatio's whe bulunes purpow. I am a odidate for county t uprtoB 1
is ive Thf p Ro1l catpublic m,.tricti,,. subject to ,he
...' r::;, l Coihs P. Hunting:on is carrying on for Five Thousand Rolls ,...$7000.wm" h,,uy" ,t -"" t fr ron.t ,or ,,., ,. ..
f the Huton buy it.< lr itri t rt>ont o d licrt th- rirmarmes. of thI FrsecnI county
the purpot oof Wall Paper in stock, all of the la- eaniz and ie, ft front -.*n Wright. Thi. voter, for al-ur above-ranut d pJ.-tion.
Sll" U nterloo. ,s &,l, West Texas had reached a property as ie ctteao an t and tit ers .lse M. Ta rr.
S., pain t which a deposit or tock with t-qt patterns, and more coming. plenty of room to build s dozen liotu,s more .
... Bi:r & Co had been arranged for. It Prices from 8s to $1.75 er roll, J. $8W0 wilI buy a t,!-,om ret,.ne, f.r n.h, uperine,.ent.
S.r .e setatd that stock was now be- os & o., No. alax, a ,r y b-.tw.a Pala- To tio. \,oter4 of Esmciria county:
d ... rt .h ,ht, firm Phone 3t2. 24f-tf fox add Tar airna strs. I ht.-r-ty announce mY*veIf arandit e fto
Si de,,,. eposited with tit firm. _r_ tl r4r" r l wilL 4c.a rlnaia of anmisk tb up'irloat 0f1 m
$*000 I 'ITl Hn --, n-- farrm wil ,|.;.nt, rointyanrtof->
S. ., Fr It 'or It e llors.. EVERY DIROP ,d B ,t.. a r'nt: tilli r ( rils ait te- g, :.-rally. .
S. n -_,ant property .,,r rrn:k ftrin:iin ni.d i iL..
,. -, ... L -vi.t !-. March 15 -T. 1 Carter, t.iry p turwaxs.r Ttili place I- 'nnt outid t
Stee iwea.'uv :ohorsmrnau. has ar- '-, THE BrE'T BEER OL(I) IN th"a tbvnt'. F'or t p rl ntendrnt f uli In- '
i i:.n the city and made a bonafide PENSACOA. $10,000 part f i't feel ..
| .' r ,f 2, .0.'. ) for Lieutenant Oibson. r, fr "'T, 'r ,. f a. e r la o r y:r
S- Carter iiui.id an .tTer of 5 .J ror R '1 ..ta ta o '. of C' n.ty 'ouperlnti" -
horse a few d-'y ago. Yesterday' aeSer OS, I p .l.,t ,.r p .h.a,- an-tr.,cton anr>o will h
Se. -, : .-r t. It to ...) after look naz 1,r,,l .vo;. r- t.'Tl.v t *up coprt t f ny fredme
'Ar- v r the col: at Cunrchill Downs. J-_ Ell AGENTS. l cr.wn prCo/ i-tni. .ooK.

Stat .r March 13i aroi. A '- ES b Sid P erf aza. ,,,..,r ,t..r ..i a,i ,, n.
n en ,,uon of the Prbhibition party in it.i- rnty ana*ho'y fafir i e-r Noruf .
S -:. :: Alama s c:Ied to meet ,n E-mmgi h The Jug' Trade H. Lf 'A.,," rrlo H r t
1 .,., R.*.' ham on March 28 to nominate a ticket TeJ g # T A. WITaa A. ," H:,'t w. .
--n .rr'. -I u pt a
.' a-a ca2 1. I i.t ; for state officers, to elect delegates to Is Our ASpecialty.-.*ir '.. l. rd.
S the national convention at Chicago and Btche and Green G ocer. .o o..
attend so other business for the interest Prompt Delivery arnd Sati!-fact;': I hBeva-drciGc.l to air,. t >.cms ar andMate
r*rt of Endle Chals. of the party. of medicine that ,ot-s in 8a Guaranteed. PHONE172 ,:-nit. -ub-.t t, t-. .t,.n of the tem.o- .
.. prescription filld i- thii- str, is P.Hi. -rurbl- Iv WAn. t
Sr. -. i: awully unf'nu GOING IX)WN HILL. perfectly pure. Pure drta Inh. n -rk r o Fres.h Ternn'saee and Native Meats '" pr:nu'- '.. A '
o ploe autTering from kidney di-- .-peedy recovery. Poaor drui n-:i; L nD llheisser Bros. C!,ickeni arid Country F'r Memhwr (<'..I Bard.
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 1900.


Rateres at the rPot Oimce at rensacola.
fa.ta seecond-class matter.
OI"ICX: Pitt Huilding.,'ll'. Both Pals-
4as street up-stairs.
Pl'BI.H HEDl BY
THE NEWS PUBLISHING 00.
Terms-Invariably in Advance.
Ose Tear by Mai s(
Tma Months :.
"ma Months
0a Week, by Carrier. payable Monday I1

THE WK=IKnKyY NEW:
Published every Friday at $1.i* per year
Pesage free.

TELEPHONE NO. 118.


Advertising Rates Furniebud on A






PEI8A0OLA. MARCH. 17

PRUCICYT D)EaEGAT
Rapr..ntatYve conservative
Zf7... dorud tb-f following tick
4gats from the city precincts to
SrStae County Ctonrention to
rowelton. April 14 and ask tbi
givesta earty support by the v4'
Precinct l:--'. H. G<;iles. i
ban. Win. Bazzell, J. 1). Maxwel,
WrtigbLton.
rPftncot 1::-W. A. Hount. Tbi-
JO t C bri'tt-. J. (.o-. \\ nit*
J.tf. McluauStiEey, J.iin l'h.iff-r
Alsarb.
$r-ietnct 1 --F. H. Il'tnanl .11
Wmn. I-in flett,J F. Atbricroietiih
I nloam.
NT:WSI'APKE:!I.tM i- all a-,
Mr. iShelionl' daily Topek
papor, in whiic'h lie protnise
the world how our Savio
edit a daily paper. If C'ri-
earth now he would have nii
do with the newspaper busily
the net rt-ult of Mr. S
mighty effort will be to bring
ridicule from the carnal
upon holy things. to make
deal of lioney for a worthy
and to do very little per
got.d.
The Plagucs vIf the E 'ai
The epidemic pestilences
often devastate whole coun
the eastern hemisphere and
tropics have thus far inea
spared tilh people of the
States. Asiatic cholera ha
occasional visits, but found
hold for permanent occupati,
low fever has appeared from
time in limited area-, but
conditions and the persisted
skillful opposition it has 11.
causeJ its disappearance atn
it of its terror-. (iiiklil-pox
ventable by vaccination. 'Co
tion we have always with u-I
sections and always shall hl
ill the medical authorities re
it as a distinct daiter, to lie
by precauitioni---ike isolation
as are ut-ed in th,- treatinilt i
plague-s.
The recent ac ritoiy in the E-i-t and in t l-
will opeti our do,,rs to cla- s
.-ase_ hit!.e- to unkniowii. .
lepro-y exists in c'-rtain loi
the direct re -ult i <; intitr coi
cation with f-irt iun couintri
peoples. Last of all coin s
bonic plague of India. in
traceable to the -growingz intini
our commercial rel-itions witi
ties where it isa, : I ~ tioe.
Althtu l l I. -,, far ;* :-z bc-se
kuown, ionly a sai;t le ca-e
loath onm- aud fatal Inalady
upon U'nited it:it-- -oil. it ha
Peeking entrance at the prt'
ioceatsa, ;nd I;i:.'" shortly 1
duly aclinated u ant d take it
iu the Ini li-t of deadly d
that follow inevitably in thli
of ,Io-cVild "xp:iiiio:."

danger. i, nto quite tilte t 1
medical depaitun-it of 01t1 I
Inent .-- iiuid L- oiver hIni. >1.
o. ilf e ainu-.,- w 'l; w ,ih c! i: '-
com- led. a:; 1 p': i:;'., ti z' tine
for the itp njii,, t ; .;',;ilat w.
eril- :Ii h1 .-.' :. I t .'.- ,***i

**I ll we.1d- :rrow .,i ; -'" I
; -.,,. vy i1i ;,'t. n .;ir !y ". '' '
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A tme ** (',' r!. .LK'! a ;. :o: '] a !. :.
.tiutl *.*+-
Politlt'ia -:sr' rn>t to' oil'.
"ollticiJ:tl) w tl, :; tuW -Ill:;l
-hellan" th.e w .- ..i- ,, 1-c
county fir i,'.-- ". ;::. tr+.,t
ilnteltd.d victi;;- :,o *i <,oodi. II
,f cottlre. instead i+f i- d abif*.j r


staod a h,'tter ci; .i,- ;.: a fil
and their -taie o! it.
Thecoffee of whtic; thte roe
was identical in qiali;y,. flavi
aroma with the choice ble-nd-t
offered to a di-cr imiiniating pub
C. H. (onz-tlez & Son. anid I
who gives' then a fair trial ev
greteit. This excellent house
presents to the hou-ekeepers o
eola one of the be-t elect'
' ortm~ents of tine fancy and
groceries in the city. and inv
trial from those who have n
opened an account with them.
17m-oav


S-Old Hernnitage at Eugene


BUSY BUILDEHSi


Work of the Week Done By
Union Men.


An Interesting Report on New Build-
ings, Repairs and General Im-
provemnenti, Reported for The


News by the Efficient Busine
Agent of the Carpenterb' Union.


A beautiful residence of handsome
pplica'ion. design, with carefully selected mate
.- rial of thie best quality, erected by
the best mechanics the country af
fords, which the owners are justly
proud of, and have expressed them
selves as more than satisfied. This
7. 1900. lovely dwelling is owned by Capt
and Mrs. Aiken, which is nearly fin
ished at 720 North Palafox street
The contt act was awarded some time
democrats
ket for del- ago to Chas. H. Turner. The writer
i the im-m-
te held at was shown over the building by
at they bI- Chas. H. Gingles who has superin-
avid Shev- tenled the work. The dwelling is a
and 1. 1. two-story structure of modern de-
-. Hannah. sign. The foundation and exposed
and W ".
chimney, backs and tops are granite
ad J. .on rotk. painted up with a (lark cenmti n
We, which makes a beautiful finish and
;aid W. A which the stone mason call- rubble
work. The basement has Pervants
gog over quarters and laundry room.
a new The first door consists of vestibule,
to -how reception hall, parlor, dining room
r would butler's pantry and kitchen: fro:mt
t was mIon and back porch. The front porch i-
thing to ^ole-story, with heavy colonial cor-
thing nice.
ine-s,aid The basement walls extend up
heldon'- above the floor of the porch, the
ig coarse height of the ordinal y baluster rail.
-iinded which is capped with Georgia in'ar-
a great The columns are turned Junipit-r
Subject, placed on a base of marble. The
rmanent circular steps are also of (ieorgia
marble.
The vestibule floor is of figured
tile,. the walls are paneled, and it
1tas a moulded c-ilini.
5 which The reception looni ha- riff fl or.
tries on paneled cypress wainscotin,: ex-
in the tending around the ro,.' and up the
in the beautiful Queen Ann stairway to the
asurably hall above. At the foot of the stair-
IUnited way is a unique window with sta-
s made tionary side lights of art glass; the
c-nter glass is one half art and the
ino foot- other half plate glass. This roumn
nll. Yel- has a fine oak mautt I, showing a
i time to half circle against the enameled
climatic tile facing and earth.
The dining room iis ctapon in
entt and siaaie with cove ceiling and rift
*t, have floor. moulded carving and base
d shorn board. with select cypress panel
is pre- wain!scotintg, to be stained a rich
m tali hioaniy to match aii (eleza:nt iani-
nslAump- t -. f t hat wo d.
income )Donble.-liding doors are between
ave un- the diiin;g room and hall and be-
cotniyze tween* hall and parlor. The last
S1111' ned room will remain in alln n-
averted fini-l. comldiitioil fi tlle prc-e.t.
rl-such Thi- back porch i- envlo-sed witIi
Of othtr !liind.s on the fir-t tl.,or ;n I has two
s a'rwavs. one leam rg to) te has--
I '- it. the itthir to the llo-or ai ov.-.
oPW ter- '1 ho floor tlabove conppmo-e-t f
tropiii.- four bI d rooimii. two bttti ro)'n-.
of di-- inen clo'e.. it. The bath rooii anId
S r ad cl sets ;ire imiiined in natural pine.
Trea wooMd work iin th!- h.d rt.onis
'alities, will be finished i i natural wood and
imuni.i- tre-c-e-d wails. (tte rooin is to b-"
ies and lnislied i l blue with triiiin.i;igs 1f
W b lit hire and 1 li. Allotilm'r m I'i0n lll t is to
the bu- ie t;inished ii re-' with black atnd
stantly zoldh tritiming-.. The re miniiniitg
mIacVy f ,,t1it will be liiili<-d in i go ,lden u.ik.
T 'The entire job throughoiout st s ws i
very high grddue if workmianiiipm
tlihat cannot be excelled.
!i inad e The most of tihe hiat rial u-ed int
of this the stairway, -uchl as moulding-,
exists h.tnd rail. ietc, wvi- immaiuf.ctuit ed
Sexn iat tie lhuilding. and all ,1 the- inside
s been l jinliih ,w.'. pl-tced in the le-i'l I .itlJ
of both rt-dredressed by h:indl scr:p.; an
tecolie sand-papered before, it was u-ed.
ndoubltedllv tlii ;- ,oi. oif thie fin'e-t
s place dw- lint- in" tl- '-iti ath, l -:.,tld I,.t
i-eases -et'-nl t lite ,a jr-[' I'.'i '- it.
wake Mr. E. I1. .Ior'-y. tiie nim;:ianag-ir '
Mr. Turn r'- pilum)ini d.-tnlrt mtnii .
hlim-wed u- .mv,-r anld I xjpaiii-J tt-
e 1f our pumhii- sy.t-'tn, Whicti is ver'
;.tt ti.e t:,,lll'ti-t,, ;l I (I|.icm.i-.Ily mli,,. uuv, rn- -t3 I-. li-i-h and workiui.m-i'ip Th,,
p'ur..-ed t*'i" 'mtl;h mimni- oil tlie .ecod i:(t Tl> r
ar'- eachtll titta-I wil! .iJt l .r. d.-
hoieyY- eininele.itd tuius :anti Itialil!i i rii 'i.
Strini. lamvatiri-. or, if w]iic'i- h*1- :a iir,
:' t .. u-ry lI lo ti; .o a-s itri ,r 'i i
T" ,- ,e ar, t w, w.,itt r u.l mi-t. t i-
l,:t- m"lllt-: t m t l it l.. :ii, ; 0 .. l,t. ji
: W ; : ':: i ',, ; ; : ,i :a ; ,,,,n t tl, 1, t, '; t,, i.

S i \t!.* i : : ii .1 t 1 ,-,1 if :--' it ,-
Mr. Mir iy ) oitiv-ly -a it i ir: y.
I' *- k ;ti' ,:-t ;tuid ;m titry .iare fit:; d
,.. w ith lar .+ >niall-til. it -;')k- w itl
'. t- +in:m i'i-le4.d )a,'k-. a tl tf,** kit ,' II i- *
'1. siippliet-d witli a hiit ; tyo.il,,n h,,ibm ,
SI -1i- whichI i- coniiite.-(d wi;ith all fixture.--
I it t! *it ,riti.'t.)o'i t the- hot' ,-., .'mvi\ :i2 I:- t
t'.-l itn .4Il1 tmil watet r to eac-h.
,i it'i l';r.- wa'. r. ii ;i"y n ai n i tot i- hi ii--
t lu is o,.T m, t :! m'0.i iv'.aiilzl d |pip[ ;indi i-
ot t[Ip iint' ;', nit,.It ,- i th rl- \ mrd imnte. -i t!:;:
r" ;int li o e ciit h-u" u **it with'i out in:erf'er-
!d a-l in with thhi othe-r.


li vot. E:ach fix:ur I ,a- its in.im, vii]alt
hot and coILd supply lupe-. -,, ar-
t s:in-r raietd wit i valves that it canl he re-
ir atid paired without interfering with t:e-
now use -'f any other fixture.
Iic ly Ail -upply pipes are laid with a
o one grade and drain cocks, so that every
er rt drop of water can be drawn from the
e al-o) system.
f Pen- The waste and sewer pipes are _o,
ed as. laid with clean cut screws that E
-taple every run can be thoroughly
ites a cleansed without breaking intfo
ot yt t pipes or damaging the building int
any way.
w4w All piping in the house, both sup-
ply and waste, is s., covered with
Arbo- panels put in place with screws,
that it- em* s ,ftt il I .* *j.. .. 1 .....


VooA s


In stomach trouble;, ha3 a "magic
touch," promptly relieves distress and
all other dyspwptic syruptomis. It makes
rich, pure blood, gives strung, steady nerves.


CREATES AN APPETITE, AIDS DIGESTION.


, I Executive Comealnis- ,.,..
A n meeting of the Deni -
ec:aci' e Committee ,
county i* hereby all. ,I
Im). Monday. Mar ch ,h
of County Judtre "'I. H
for the transacion, .f .
as may come bef.., ;*
By order of
S('. B. 1
DAN Miit i'nl
Secretary.
Road Car C aiul n,
Your choice of ..
styles. guaranteed p,,r
the lowestlivin, pri.,-
liard & Co's.


city and does great credit to Mr. ABOUT SMALL POX.
Turner's plumbing department. -- Investigate the Convertible Term Contracts
e Messrs. Watts& Lewis are erect- TheOfferof Free Vaccination Should
ing a very pretty little cottage for Be Accepted. --oF THE-
SHenderson Benjamin at the corner The en o th s bor f
y of Coyle and Gadsden streets. The agent of the state board of Old P nn M mutual Life Ins C
- J. M. Clark has about completed health gave notice in the ci*y papers C .
,some repairs on the cottage at 110 several days ago that on three named DAVID EDRErT IT"r MN - East Gregory street, which is occu- days each week persons applying at RN.MENT TEET. PE \.
s Mr. J. Willock is erecting a beau- his office would be vaccinated free ---- -
tiful trellis for vines at the residence of charge. Up to this date not a sin-
of W. 8. Rosasco. 618 North Palafox gle person has applied for vaccina- t
Street. Mr. Willock has also just tion. This fact indicates one or the
completed a neat and convenient
e cottage for Dr. Ambler of DeFu- other of two conditions: Either that
r niak Springs. there exists a strange indifference
Contractor A. V. Clubb, has a to the dangers of the dreadful mala-
force of men tearing down the frame dy, orthatthe people of the corn-
- building at the rear of what used to udni or thave such impep licit co-
be the Park hotel preparatory to fit- dence in the ability of the local
Sting up a grocery store for A. Green- health authorities to protect them L
hut. The material will be used as far from its ravages that they regard
as practicable in the erection of four the precaution of vaccination as o _.]
e cottages for Mr. Greenhut, two of unneprecssary. vacciatiou as
t which are four room cottages to be Nevertheless, in either of these
erected on North Alcaniz street, the conditions lies great dai-ger. The
other two are simaler ones and are disease prevails not only in several GettS FuniShing GoodS Oepartmet.
to be erected around the corner from of the neighboring states. but there
Alcaniz on Cervantes street. Mr. are places in F.orida where it exists:
Clbbs has the contract. and too much indifference to the -.....
Mr. Clubbs" contract on tho-power- means of absolute protection )o
house is completed and a numibr freely offered is not only wrong, but SPECIAL-.-i; }:ir- Ladles' (Oxford Tie-. -ize I1 to:; .. wt
one job of work it is. The owners is inexcusable. $1 .2- to ... ..
expressed them selves as well pleased In Alabam a. a health official re- ...... .. ............... .... ........ -
with everything. The entire build- cently stated that the disease exists 't PairsI L.ii-- hutton lShoe.. s.e- I to 6. .................
ing, including the old part,. feet In 40 counties. and there is a move-
fronrting on Barracks sti eet and ex- mnent toward the enactment (of a law l' K,,1 SA'/,, +,, < ,, ,
tending to Tarragona street. a dis- c pellingvaccinationasi e-
tance of 100 feet. The new part has cmpellina. vaccination, as in Geo- Elegant Li. of Mi-ses' and.Childre.'- Strap Slippeis a tl
four engines, two of which are 15- ne of the latest public health re- brtd Mrrim Make. ack.an. d a 1:
horsepower; each of the other two ports of the Marine Hospital Service p to Date Style-.
arthe buldng h as tepoer.hree oldengine of verin the perio from Deceber Ladie" Hlious,, Slippers at................... .-.. 7h. $1.,0 .:a
the building ha- three engines ofl .,9. )0., to March 2, 19C0, hhows the
ICO-horsepower, making a total .if t-xistence of small pox in no less than fr.SE0E (I-R SHOW WINI)OW FOR MI-:N'-S 5-Nl(.'- "
l-horsepower. The mnahinery 't counties and cities in 35 states of
of the latest pattern and so a ranged the Union, with 4,756 cases and 2'4 To Arrive Next Week, New Line ,,v- and Yoath',_;s h., .
that if one or two engines were dis- deaths. In Louisiana, 31 counties lhurlry Stevens' Make. Nobby. p to D.te, Iurhle.
ab ed at one time, there would yet and cities are reported, with 1.810
remain power enough for all pur- cases and 171 death-. A litter report Biggest and Best Selected Line of Men's a
poses. Everything will be in work- from New Orleans shows S1 deaths S is nt
ing order about the first of April, In February. In Texas, 51 courti. Boys' Shirts in the City.
when we will have oue- of the best, and cities report 297 cases and 3
if not the best, equipped plants in deaths. In Nlissi~sippi, I county We are now in a ,1o-ition to Ot)fTer thel l'Public' (;reat \Viu.-
the South, and no doubt there will with 30: 3 cases and 9 deaths. In A la- Youth;' and lBiys' Clothing, hiiv"ing" iii Stock o)ve. .t I Ith- ,
be quite an improvement in our bama. 3countipeswith Ill cases and Suits to -eiet friin.
street lights. I death. Int Georgia, 1Ii counties
The carpenter shop of the Pitt Mill with 122cases. Men's Pants in Endless Variety trn .................. 0, o ,, .
Co. has turned out the following Tir Ni ws is not in alarmist, but Our!e ofNkwer (ipri-I:-rStItKwtot#
work the past week: 24 church pews it regards the offer of the state. Or Lne of Niekwear -ompri- :ver' St.1, Kown to t; .\*
for the Episcopal church pon East health authorities of absolute pro-
Cervantes street, 18church pws fr tetion and immunity from thisloath- ioorlo<. o & CO.r COlr 11 (Iu ..fs..
the Santa Rosa Lumber Co., 3 incu- d
bators for Jas. Gonzalez, a lot of some disease, by vaccination free if_ _-.-.
door and window frames for the c,st, as oie that the people of thi.
oard if health, show case for o.city should not longer hesitate to
l'urton, and a fine lot of turned col- avail themselves of.
umn and balustor for various job .;Ioil-
and fancy trelli s for J. Wille-k It i- very hard to st:,d idly by and
see our dear ones .utfler while await-
ing the arrival of the doctor. Ali
We have saved many doctor bills 'Albany N. Y.) dairymnancalled at a
since we began using Chanimberlain .hIdrug store there for a doctor tK) comne
Cough Remedy in four hoini`. Wgs- ,"i hIim child. then ivery sick
keep a bottle open all the tlune and with crimp. Not finding the doctor
k iee ofill fa my 1 I IVwihNti ir Buggies!Buggies!gi
w~lureverany of mily falil3" ,a[- *~y- it). he ]f-t' word for him to cim.,ie at
self begin to catch coh we t,-evin to H
tiu- the Cough Remlledy. d a i- ve i"iihi-return.HaloIII,-I
,tb i: j. ttle if f Chaiiberlaini's ('orim -
-ult we never have to s-enld aw..y lor ir dtl .f (habe laih ( ed.
a doctor and itncur it large 114, ,,ctor [ I, %i. hiht-h, o)Pd ww ll :zip'
bil f,,r ha imbr s itI -,i ;,rli .-Ittl the dlo;t,,r lurlii A SOLID CAR LOAD. Stylish Stick Seats'
b ill. fo ,r C h a nl b e rlai 's C o tn 1 h i t ,.mn-a r r iv ,. I- a f -w ,tiur s h r ++t uri|.
#,yIv never fail to cu re. It i cer- i -. lita, f e r h e r, he ,eti n tid.
tai.ily medicine tit great writ anti vinv i nmti.-h hIh #tt *u ) ,Pretty Phaeton .
w-)rthl.-D ic'. S. 1;A 'I,: t:. t it(i;-ntra d i. Mrth. chil t m uch I b ,tt (r. th, P h aeto -
Merchant and Farnmer, 1Mattie, Bed- liiih- l.i its ltmed rt
ford county. Pa. For ale by I' tl-n 'a!,II .rl:vi,. h s i ln ]-W uiilluiiel" t,
nah Bros., 21 South Pzalafox store t. thtir rnt-ighbrs and friends until he Any and Every Style! Top Buggies.
Beer iii bottles and cares. for f.ant ha0s a ,mi-constant demand for it Iro Styl
ilv y-*e at aEuigin. iArlnn..'-. that tn'rt of the country. For sale
bhyv Hlantn .5i Bros.. l21 South ]'alafox
I., t,, Mi...a R.... -treet. BEST MA i ES I. LATMEST T .YLE


irriti! m ,virs a w ieti .
Mrs. Ann C. Bennett iof this city,
di-d here at 3 o'clock tlhi-s ii .ornlig.
aged ,4 years. Mrs. -einri-t; was a t
sl-ter of Mr. J. B loio-its )t aid
mother of Mrs. C. B. Vetter. Mrs..
JameNs MCuillaghi. Mr. I, C. Bteiliett r
and Mr. Stepheim Bi.i-ett. Thle fi-
i nral will zake place fro-i t!;e r-ti- -
deric- m-f Mr. James .-( I'ul! i_ 'iI
E:i-t .I;a k-.>ni -tre,t at :::''i u-'c ock
to-inotirt'rw afternoon.

Take Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup for all
t hl)s% d '.t**ur: a.v iaitt grippP.-whl-i : ; i :tt \V i.-
'I ir m ll w t '.:vi I t h :" ,'i t ,1 o '" I '-
hroni chiti, itllt s tll tliroiat tnilt liiun ;i ''-

--
Hiltitem *s Rvp at Eiuzm~e Ar 1i !hi'-.

.-A Smiit'c 6futsll Btmllfln' % V. ii an. t
Mrs. ('oulson. c.orni r i f I ;,- rn-
mlln lit :mi l B :1ilelt t: -.--?- -t.li ,[!. -,t--
I:7--i-I mainitai|ling h,-r .*nviable ,--
utiati-ni as a atter-r ,f n'm t', frf'-!t
ii.ts alid fri-sh vegetables fr th-!
If -t fain ll i ,-f I) ;, "m) .l:|. *I ,'; *i-.
j y,'. o nlt oily thoi ;idvaitt:.- t I- -I. t
hxperi 'e,'a! antl wide :tC ;tIm oti thi peoIiplq h:it :tl-a, ; :'.i: ..
.voimi:ai's -kill and jIut.inI- iat f- :il .
;Hatters relating to tie l:ll:iilters- < .e
*f the f-tiiily larder. All whio a-.Il (
w ith h er .11' ;ai i p ll :ti, It ,:' i tr' l;-
and frieril-. "
(.
Room Mouldings i-
m .all -'=:i.i' -. ;,- in ain' fi ir.\, at .1. a
. C1e. & (.' N I. 11 N. l''l iafx it
w
St

7 ll 'ns (junlin d
i

Made in Pensacola. *c
ABSOLUTELY PURIE. of
I to
BONBONS AND CHOCOLATES.
ALL KINDS OF BRITTLE. (
bl
POP CORN SEA FOAM. ,h
h
ASK FOR ea

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SELM A-P;NSA(COLA. -
Coiinnit cinig Monday. March l.. First Come, First Served; They Won't Last Long.
r:ili:! I)#tw eln P'etnsacI ila iand Siel aii
w-ill be Inn on fiollowinit sme-h-dul,-: We wil Allow YIui Su i thin- for tat ihI lh.:.
L-av- 1ens,:Vc.la. 12:.5 ')nooi; ar- A it ft;, f
iv,. Selm.t. :Ain i). i. Ain' t hut Fifty 'int-.
Leave Stlm:a, Snt) a. Iln.: a rive,
pe .TI-acol :15.' p. ini.
l;;lyt. -x teipti s.(;.yt a lr r ,


Aqi&~ i;qiiIeeu -~ '..' 4JRI.P~P#I I~ r%'~'4Ie


Who is Rader ?

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



MOUNA MINTI ON.


,.+ ym .it- .. ) to-di ,:.. I ;, .,* ,.,tI J L JU .I 1 --


Si ir.v t -.t y I'P r :t i-tt,,o! n I -
da to<,'.:+ "- ; + 10pal -. lassw arC.;
i e t Io d i.. I jI f.I i. ,,;I- i .1 v I t L I ; Ill I a
It -. Ti'ui Tle. n 1- t,1 h- T, ri. I -,,
* 'i-re.ov r it h ,a- 1.atn-. ,-l I : ti- .... -
:;ily ;to, te b (',,i: ;.;' +d t .. -" Q,
.i: I Ixa.e lv, a- .-ri..-..-. mtt -1:1. NOTIC E OUR SHOU W W LA D0tOW. "
1{) ece ti: ;- Il h l ll.6dive ti V. rl a : i ;i i
id it ',a: td o it- ciilpnmj-it.h 1o i n ': -
:* it- valui- very itu-hi. TI -. i -a.- '
i'en donic e tit great exp-r:- to ime
Wile the peric- to the public rentailnl 0 uf
ie S.i;ie-, nam-iy: On dollar per 107 South Palafx
*.tle. lix bottles for five d(h llar-. :- _-j
The addition spoken of above i- "* S *. 2
directed especially to the relief ,of
idige tion in its varied form s... . .-
With proper diet the Tonic will
ure thIe worst forms of this tor- JUST OPENED.
renting affliction with its hundreds
f obscure symptomns,often referred
, other organ than the stomach. U 'I I I l
By this addition. its virtues as a
general tonic and invizorator and
ood purifier, are not impaired in
ie least. No better medicine can
found for the relief of those dis- -- Everything New and Clean.-
uses that are so prevalent in the
ring months. The Most Attractive in the Entire C:ty. Regaar Meal- .. :*
I take this opportunity to thank and Short Orders Served at all hours. S.,eial Week.-v


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 1900. 5


PEOPLE OF THE DAY.
judre T f-rnry Clay Caldwell of Ar-


:A I [:. jIIde sii ~ tli bor


~ ~:i *~...Iu~ay. ~nedthe


a a iry a jinjior :ind aft-
:ij.~ii.Ii4iliini-;4 Pries-
S Oji'.IT-rliol juvWl-efi)r


I ari~,: aji. t:i'lhim t

.:..a ll"-ltlinIl Ii- still iaoldj.
I .a -,4-r v laait vman. vas
*, ..-iit raT'-a--~ti~n stato-s

tootiuns and His M hale.
Siu-i)UA c.41napiist-iuS ;iiof


V .a ''iiui.lie
f '~'It:;Itat tialiihattaniiBeach
;:aue~ill The a- is~tio.
::I:s-t..m v frthe hard
l ."* -4..g of tihe a in-
~ ~ ~ 1:- -v:.* II-I:ithe idiea. It

.r k ililt t(a tails.
'I..t F it f r' iliav% sah
:L,41itr-ITt ieAltimeiii. n

i i or i. 4 41a.1 lit l wrI-, -t 14,1
Irt it iliia '-01:il. t at I

:m t'.ah vh~-,%"';thofut


-WitIi.atitl hi' lilllIi u;Zaglite.~r

a 1:.- h'Iw A i'i'iit anid
-ill= it fin- hitaim X bile lietriedvi4

--4 1 v Lt f.. leit- as (oilt ha'.lung

t..-rr)-*ft4 .rdfulity.




11I: 4 -11 1 ta l 'XIitN i li


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*I ig -i a la.'rt tivarini-r
....:. Ti i'iu tialt-44aimomis-



i.~- 4--r, aryii~f Ithe


:, -..i .;. -,- a tIit f '! ',d.l an1d
L a l l-. il : sinks 111into co -
:,1v: expressions, but catch-
S and r,P.':It li hat lie said ill
:;, ::I e: Y l': ones.
1. ,ri( t-. e he i' the t3 pical man
H;H, hair anil beard are al-
":: ';lyv late antl form a sharp
-* d t bliue lla'ik fro'k coat he
i t\. 'ar-,.

Mrs. aammlmg it Paries.
I:'ti:l NiMa:nititg will represent
*'l Slnt.-et.s a:l t1Ie I'laughters
\:;n-r(. an I'e\ 1.1" the' I[.it...ette -.tatue in ':ar-
S.tue is theI g:if of the IaDullZh-
nMrsI Matini't is e president

., Ie lion;' i n '! Albany. Mrs.
: lpends naost of her winters in


DAA.mKL MANIN.NG.
t 1 .erc she has a distin-
S* f trIunds. Daniel Man-
S::&I of theii treasury dur-
..:, first adminlstratiou.
S' coLtinues to hold the
.e -* ~.ecured during the
: :a life at the capital. Mrs.
[ '- a, t,%% n ,. 4nf Aistin*, tm{hAd


LARGEST IN THE WORLD.
The Pumps Commneted With the New
Orleas Drainmae Systeam.
A young man with neatly creased
tr,.uers and a pearl pin stuck in his
cravat walked over to the gray marble
b; itchboard in pumping station No. 7
and pulled up a small lever. A dozen
feet away was a steel turret rising
wenit high from the floor, and a faint
humming sound became audible from
Its interior. It was about as much
noise as is made by an ordinary sew-
ing machine and was the only surface
indlf-atiou that the largest centrifugal
pump In the world had commenced
businesss under the turret top. With-
out any fuss or vibration it was suck-
Ii vNiir f frow the old Orleans canal
at tile rate of .f 0i cubic feet a second,
lhoi.tling it 1' feet luto the air and dis-
chargingi It over the weir at the other
cunl ,of the building to find Its way to
the Inke a few miles beyond.
ToI tli-, average ma:n the term "250
culI- fi' t a seco(,il" .Is as meaning-
lss na so iniu'h Sanskrit, but an ex-
,cllent Ihlea of the magnitude of the
perforina:ii'oe I obtained when one
know- that "2.i5 cubic feet Is equivalent
ti 2.t(m> gallons. and 2.O(ho gallons rp-
res hlm'wi tl..;orni. In other words, the
l.ig Iiunimp draws in. lifts and throws
out th,'i contents of a large cistern at
x-,ry lr;,.t of one's watch. In a min-
ut i: tha- di>l,.'esed of 120,.000 gallons,
q'Hite a gIo dlal of water.
'There an' three suclh pumps In sta-
*i.n N,.. 7. an.I it Is estimated that
to lov. lle.- to take care of any rainfall
in tl,-., ity. They are much the lar-
ge'>t -iingle piimps, in the world, the
nrar,--. apriioach to them being those
-it tl,, irrizationl works on the bank of
the Nile. which are considerably
..mall. r. The installation of the vast
umt-in'tifq was completed a week ago
la-t S'inday. nnd this week they are
do ;ng; th~ ir lirst practical work.
The Ipumps- proper are vast colls of
tute. It sm,,nething very little might
ht- co-mparedl too something very big, it
noiulI n.t Ite inapt to say that they re-
sr;.ill thie shell of a snail. Each of
th-in i nie In two sections. half of the
coil being all that a freight car could
ar'r\%. The she'll. put together. weighs
'15 I",::- and in, 1 itur(-s '21 feet from sidoe
to .i T I 'lT"; int',rnal diameter is nine
f.< .t a:;.l in-iih thi' titube Is a series of
gr,:t r'vdluing -ruinners. the effect of
Si ,' !i i ti ,l;aw th;,' at,.r at one end
aiI! ,lis hargo' it at the other. The
sh!i;ft ,i, which the runners revolve
w' ,:g,'. r more than 16 tons.
Ti,-.' lnirlnous coils are placed in
Iar. uln:- pits 15 feet below the surface
of I!,,' pluplihouse flKoor. The Ipower
S\-.l', opIr'rates each of them comes
froii: :;tii inim-nirae motor fastenedl to
t!'. :jiw'r (er:n of the running shaft and
<'. i-r-d m1y Ilc' v -te,'i turrets already re-
fir'! I.,. T!,' e motors receive their
i,.- :t pv\'. h itus inl the shape of a 3 ,l-)l
IPIT 'tirrent *inaling inll over : trio of
t i '. .aI'l-'s and in this i onnii -hcTiuon I
;a: .nTii : stin!ie :indl urilous detail easily
.':i li ti' grasp qf the average Isay-
iha.. '1 ',. o iaitoors are oif what I.-
kni \' a I- l r, "rvolvn tig fiel" type
t:.a: i t-o siu the field. (or great wheel
lon \w ,,ili tl' mtnagnets are secured,
turn.i around while the armatures re-
iiain stationary. When a pump is
s:irt<,l. t'l,' full alternating current of
:;.INI \o!ts 1s not at once turned on, but
a 1:2'.7. x;t deir-t current is first used to
ni.::exttizo the tihlil or. In homely terms,
to "tNarmn it up." This sets up a revo-
lht ion, and ivhelln sutlicient spelI is at-
t:airn-l the full current is applied.
Thei 1.5 volts direct are produced by
pis.:n; the;o 1.i'i volts alteruating
lhro iuglh a small device known as a
"t':ia-iformer." ithichl effects a com-
plite range e in tlie character and pow-
er of thet mysterious fluid. The weaker
and rnoditied current is also used to
operate a number of small auxiliary
nimotors and to feed the arc and incan-
descent lamps by which the station Is
lighted.-New Orleans Times-Demo-
crat.


The Paris Dof Cemetery.
Georges Harmols. the owner of the
netw dogs' cemetery in Paris, thinks
that the enterprise will show a hand-
some profit from the start. Every
ye-ar. hlie figures, 20.000 dogs die in
Plaris. At least one-sixth of this num-
Imr will be buried In the new ceme-
terv. i;e t charge in each case being $6,
so that the total receipts from this
t.,ou;-Ce V.ill amount to over $20.000.O
In addition several thousand dollars
nn 1et counted on from the sale of
monuments. whi'e other amounts will
4omie in from people who wish their
dogs' graves kept green.
German Eaterprise.
Certnau is the business language of
the ialkans. Russian diplomacy com-
plains that Constantinople tI becom-
itc as (German as Berlin. Asia Minor
is slowly being converted iuto a Ger-
nua colony. and now the Bagdad raill-
way will carry the same Influence 2,000
nti h onward to the Persian gulf, plac-
ing the greatest military power of the
world upon the most direct of all roads
to India. Even the old English scheme
of a Euphrates railway Is at last In
German hands.-London Telegraph.
TO THE PUBLIC.
I have just received a fine lot of
all kinds of candies, and sell them at
very reasonable prices.
M. M. Large. 25 cents per pound.
Ch.,colate Drops, 'N 0 cents per
pound.
Rultan Mixed. 2 pounds for :Y
cents.
All Fancy Mixed Candy. the best
ever brought to Pensacola.at 4+ cents
per pound. Call and see for your-
self.
They are fresh and fine just from
the vines. C. APOSTLE.
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HEALTHY OLD A6E.
0
LARse, Ba ov Co. AsK Aug. 4.
I am 49 Yars old and have been suffering with
Change of Life I had flooding spells so bad that
none though< I could live. My husband got me
Wine of Cardui and it saved my life. I am lhke
mother person since taking it.
MRS. E B. TOWNSEND.


It is the devout wish of nearly all people to live to a ripe old age.
None of us want to die young. This universal desire can be realized if
care be taken of the health in early and middle life. A little precauti in then
will add many years to our existence. Death can be kept away a long
time. Happy, healthy old age will be the lot ot the wuman who pri .mptly
corrects the ailments which afflict her sex. In v, >uth, Wine of Carduiwill
take the female child safely over the dividing line between girlhood and
womanhood. As a wife she needs it to help her through the trials of
pregnancy and childbirth with as little discomt, rt as possible. At the
Change of Life it will help her over the dangerous place that appears in
her pathway between 40 and 50. Then will come many years of truly
blissful existence. She will grow old slov lv and gracefully. To the last
she w ill preserve that charm and beauty which are always characteristic
of perfectly healthy grandmothers.
LAlES' AVIUA T SEPAUTMEIT. It is for women alone to decide
ForvadTicincesrequirtn.irBng cial whether they will be healthy ur
recton1 ,re. g on. n sick. The remedat han.r their sick-
RabIcXt .r Ch-ttanooa. Tenn. ne\s is clh-se at Hiand.


LARGE BOTTLES OF WINE 0 F CARDUI
SOLD FOR $1.00 BY DRUGGCCISTS.


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LEWIS BEAR & C'O.. 1W Ioiesale Ih'Diaers, Penoacola


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Restaurant Attached, Open Day and $ight.
OYSTERS, FISH AND GAME OF ALL KINDS IN SEASON.

Special Orders at Any Hour.
RATES:-From $1.Uu to $1.65o per Day. LODGING:
515 and 510 S. South Palafox Street. Pensacola. F'lorida 25 and 50c


JOHN PURDY,>


Foundry l MWachine Shops,
CENTRAL WVHARF, COR. JEFFIESON ANti PINE STEEI.r-


Telephone 346.


ATTERNS, CATINGt. LUMBER TRUCK, SMALL ('IHILLIED
Car WVheels, Wood and iron Pulleysv. Hanigers, lioxei-, E:c.., Mm.nn-
factured to Order in First-Clas, Workmanlike Manner ;t leta-, RI-I
ble Rates.
Dealer in Machinery, Fittings and Supplies for
Stationary and Marine Application.


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u--Gther High-Grade Whiskies.-lo

PROPRIETORS OF THE OFFICE SALOON.


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The Retort C('onrteous. I
"Your hair. saidl the aggra tini V PER A
tirhe-, ', "is coining out on top4."
"t. M '." cried 11he sensitive ietimi.
'I Ln.w it was., in n. Now, for goodil-
s' s.lke. don't talk l of it or it'll ciawl <* I
iack again :"--Philadelphia Press.


Where He Acquired the Taste.
"Y-ou appear to have a taste fur

"TTaste for horses I rather guess I
have. I was in Klhinherley during the
entire siege."-Clevelanl Plain Dealer.

Only Reason.
Miss Talky-Mri Sp. a1ge, your tew
neighbor seems to' be such a cheerful
lady. Shl:e Mouhl not borrow trouble.
Miss (tabby-SShe would if she couid


cook or wear it.-Baltimore American.


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Tuesday, March 20.

Matinee Wafnesday, Friday, Saltrday,


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Dlilwimi-Molviil Cto Fa ^:': l i~ sa Mg B ukti SiL

Walter S. Ba duiD M~lnager. ..


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"DEVIL'S W:B."
'ot (Certain.
Musical Enthusiast-Of course you LadI. f i-.o Tuesdav iitif-c- Ii o itt,
know the "Cavalleria Iusticana-"' it a a p. rsonl wiitii pad .o,-c. ti: ,.
Mrs. Gaswell-I think I met him once
in Venice, but one sees many titled for- PRIt'E. AS A ,\VA W .
elgners, you know.-Chicago Tribune.
Matinee, ]i iand 20> c1 it?-.
A mr.n named E. Presson, of Pres- Nighlt, 10, 20 and :3o c,4ent-.
sonville. Kans., wrote a letter the ...
other day, saying the opinion of
everybody in Ins town who hlias used
Foley's Honey and Tar is, that it is
the very best medicine for la grippe,.
colds, cough. etc. W. A. DI'Alemi.
berte.


elclai society Attention.
There will be a regular meeting of
the Pensaccla Medical Society at'
the Board of Health ofece at t-'
o'clock p. m Tuesday. March 27.
Visiting physicians are cordially
uivited to attend.
D. W. MCMILLAN. M. D.,
President.


E. F. BRUCE. M. D..
Secretary.


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PARKER'S I
HAIR BALSAM
h ber.. s the beir.
mam a bxuran t gruw .!i. I
We ils to Restore Gra i
ar to ts Youthful Color.
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Place For Pensacola
Buyers to Buy


Choice Family


GROCERIES


-IS AT-

The Well-Known,
Up-to-Dato Store


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GENERAL INSURANCE Z
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Real Estate Agents, iE G "
PENSAXLA. FlA.
REPRESENT TWENTY-TWO OF THI
LEADING FIRE. LIFE, MARIN., JOHN I
ACCIDENT, FIDELITY. PLATE
oLA8S AND 8TRAM BOILER IN- REAL ESTATE
IUIAJNC COMPANIs. ....
CITY PROPE
tieral je1s of0 tile Eilita1c AND TIM
Life ain l icihaet If tie FOR


(Jer!Lrty, F:- .,Ai- iJ.H~ !2 .A in elfium, Russia" Not
way, w>2.D2'or .r ,*:ioniij.
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WX 1sf. 3ty DepoI!A, Itox'% for Rent inCaatn
writ~b whiaih wo have ,- r -wtoAn'43rtment for thelmin
of Ra~tc-ra.


Cold Weather
Coming. .ind In .
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. i t- a t ri '**-. Wi' %till &'nd you t
i- al ,...-ain a prociure for lth-*r baklng
,uim',, I ui"(p;~ at reasonable prices.


Coal and Wood.
m'i .a S, .7 1. : F Corne; Zarragos.
Telephone No. 7. i :-,:,.,,-,,.. .


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PHONE 154. : : : : P.O. BOX 58.
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 1900.


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ETOJIlNESS


IN :DE


Boots and Shoes.

THE BOSTON SHOE STORE,

(Nathba G. For.heimer, Prop ,

D wtela Ladies and Gents, Misses
a ChMisrO'a Flee BSoes; also Trunooks,
Vltes, etc., etc. LIeder In Low Prices.
117 Se6th Palaeox Street.

Books, Stationery, Etc.

THE GEM BOOK STt IE,


1tilatonry and FaLcY 4.-)0J5.


(Wholesale and l-ltall .
Artist Material. Sorting Goods,
Pistere Praatx. School Books, Miscel-
lam Books, N'ewpap'-r and Mes-
zaa. C. R. JOIl1 NSON. Prop.
:ip Soath P'alafox Street.


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Dealer ia Stationery, ~.lice Sppl.es.
Notions, Etc.

30 South Palafox Street.

Bicycles.

GEORGE A I'ErEmSON,
Deair la Bicysles. Ageut for Rambler
ead Cipper Chaailess Bicycles. Ilicy-
des, typewriters, gume and all kinds of
light imeblsery repaired. Locksmith-
.g of all kleda done. Gjns and bicycles
fr nost. 12 West R maia street.

Butchers.

G. 1). BRAMHIALI..
Butcher and Green Grocer.
Dealer l Beef, Pork. Muttoan.Vegetatle e
and country Produce.
Staple and Fancy Groceries.
Corner Tarragona autd Lallura Streetl.

Clothing.

CARL SCIIREBNICK'S
....uowBa I'rkOIl n ot"'-....
Dealer to Clothibag. rents' Furnishlug
Goods, lisLt. Shoes, Etc.
"- BSouth Palafox Mreet.

China and Glassware.
S. .1. IAACS.
Agateware, Tinware and < rocker%.
101 Seuth Palatov S'ret. 1. s. :ob-
erts'* ld S-and
Carpeaters' Tooli aud > Ielf lardwa're
a pec allty.

Commission M.erec ants.


SSW OBLEAN!-tM.:)
hIIODi Ct. Ot' It VAN 1
060. WILSON & -..


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Becelvers of Early ad Late \Vegetabe-
and Fruits.
UHgbest cash prices paid on proed.:e
la this market. Write us for prices
Maodlers of all kinds of produce
Premp t returns. 311 ani :t-' North 'sr-
racess Street opposite nion Depot.

THE JACOBY GROCERY
AND COMMISSItN CO .


Coal Dealers.


'ARY & CO,
(Iocorporated.)
Wholesale and iletail Dealers in Stteam,
Domestic and An,'hrcite 'oal.
Office. No. 22 East (;overument Street.
P. 0. Box 15. Phones 93 aun 6.


Carriage


Manufacturers.


J. M. 1HOWELL,
,Established 1 i4.)
Manufaclurer of Fine Carriages, Bug-
gies, Etc.
Repairing in all its Branches Promptlt
Attended to.
Horse Shoeing a Specialty.
1F East Garden Street.
J. M HILLIARD & CO.,
E tablished 1-'-4 )
Manufactunrrs aud Dealers in Carriagesp,
Bugile%, Wagons and Dlrays.
Repairing Attended to Promptly.
Phone 124 ;,n E.it. Garden 81tret.

Dry Goods.
WILLIAM .IOHNSON & SON.
Establ.,hed IS, l '
Wholesale and Retail l)ealter in liry
Goods, Clothing. Bootsi and Shoe.-,
Carpes. Matting and Hug4.
HAIn.WA : l)tI'AIRTMK .rT-Conpi-ting of
HaII.rdware. (Glatswave. Paintsi. Oils,
Varn' .'-es. Buhigics. Wagons.
('arts'. Brdl-es. Saddles,
liarnes.-. Etc.. Etc.
IIS to. 1.4 >uthli Palafox Street and 2 to
Ea-t Intendencia Street.

1)rug(ists.
PENSACOI.A DRUG C< (.
Druggists ani Dealers in Patent Medi-
cines and Perfumery.
lIru_,zists' kancy ard Toilet Articles.
Paints, Oils, Brushes. Etc.
Physicians Prescriptions Carefull%
Compounded.
Corner Gregorv and Palafox Stp.

Furniture.
,* M. PRYOR'S
BARGAIN IC HNITUHTI HOUSE,
Dealer In a general l I.iu- of Farulture,
Wholesale and lietail.
4 42 and 44 South PIalaftx 'reet.
Largest. I intet and Best Assorted "lUp-
to-D ste" Furniture ,tock in
the City.
Ter'nn-Ei:h'er Cash oriontalxinent Plan
W 1:. NMIRIWETiHEl.
-lealer in-
Ilaruiture. S'oves. Lamps. Toilet Set's.
E:c.. Etc.
Sold1 n Wn.,kly or Monthly 'syuments,
: and 4 ,E. Inteudencia street .

IA1)1ElR FURNI I'I RE C~)..
Dealers in Cheap. Meliiam and Fine
Furniture.
STOVE% A SPE'! \I.TY.
Ca.'.. or In.tai, 'iit1- I'-n.
3t Out:1i Ps1 af'. x <.w!ee /.

Hair (; Goods an! fillinery
M ;1 *. i%.\t ~lI 1i 1 I NIV.

\!au :':e* !f an a 1 .ler :a 11air

:- W --t (;G, e nrrirt S'ri

Fou ndries an d. ilch in ists.
C. M. SwF.Nrt W .1. Coz-.,so 1 v
CoSG 'Vl-.k Fo1NDRY MAt IIINEF
COM PA NY.


Ieadlers of We*'ern and C,,utr EnIgineer-. MachiDnist and Foun tymen.
ProJnce of a.1 &K;ud. Gen ral Blacksmiths. Machine Forgers
Prodeofal: Kinds. and S eet Iron Workers. Coprtrstnjith
G oceriese ad Feed St :-f. Work. Bhip and Steam-hip Work a


Coffee lijasters'aud Gri'iicr- a I Tea
Blendlers.
Retrlgtrator r~erva('e. Consai.z,. ments
So1vled.


specialty.
Valves. Pipes. Paumos, 'onnec' 1-ins and
Fittings for Steam. W.ieTr :aid Gas.
Palafox Street Wharf.
Phone 1, ..


Foundries and Machinists.
JOHN PURDY,
Foundry and Machlae Shops,
Central Whsrf, Crroer Jeffirsun and
Pine streets.
Telephone 346.
Patterns. Casting, Lumber Trucks,
Small Chilled Car Wheels, Wood and
Iron Pulleys, Ilaugers, Boxes,
Etc. Manufactured to O(rder
nla First-Class, Work-
manlike Manaer at
Reaooable Rates.
Dealer In Macblsery, Fittings ard Sup-
plies for Stationary and Marine
Application.
JAMES HUGHES,
P. 0. Box. 404. Telephone, 12:3.
-BOILER WORKS.-
A General Line of Machile Work.

All kinds of team Boilers, Tanks and
Sheet Iron Work Manufactured
and Repaired Promptly.
Steamboat Work a Specialty.
Pipe Fitting, Etc., Etc.

Fancy Goods.

WING. HOP & CO.
Importers and Dealers In
Chineseand Japanese Fancy Goodps.
Canton Crape, Ivory, Chias Ware, Fine
Teas, &c.
31 South Palafox Street.

Groceries---- Wholesale.

rilE NEW ORLEANS GROCERY t o.
(James McHugh, Prop '
Wholesale Grocers and Dealers in all
Kinds of Feed Stuff.
The Only Coffee Roasters in Westeru
Florida.
and 10 West Inteadencla 8'reet
Phone 105

Grocers--Retai.


Insurance. A1 usic Houses.

tOS. C. WATN & ,. IJ-. M. Clutter's

General lisurauce Agents, Fire,. .ife music House,
anUl Acci dent. The Leading Music House in F.orda
Fire Insurance placed in First-Ciass and Alabama.
Companies. We have sixteen of the This pioneer music house has estab-
best. We are Agents for the State of listed a reputation forfair dealing and
Florida for the Home Litf losurani e Co. low pices. Manufacturers agents for
of New York. We are also Agents of the Celehrated Kranichb & Bach piano.
the Standard Accident Co. of Detroit, also Ch ikerig, Weber, KreWilrd ester,
Mich. PatronAge solicited. Smith & Barnes. Wiliard anti Royal
NMc I SPatronute olt reet.Pisnos. T'bse. pianos are.direct from
Slf rt. the factory, and ar not slhilptd over
KNOWLES .the country from one
KNOWI.E. BIS. BRANCH HOUSE TO ANOTIHEI.
S KNW K L H You can alwav hbe sure that tie piso,
WM. !1. KNOWIK.s. oKNWLs HKR. ^you get from CLUTTER is new. We
Insurance and i!{al Estate Agents. keel ali pianos sold by us in tune for
two years free of charge. Terms on new
General Agents of the Equitable Life pianos from per month up.
Assurance Society of the United s'ates- 112 and 114 South 1'alatf.x Street.


Strongest in the World. Write for
Illustrations.
301 South P:taafx Street.

Ice and Cold Storage.


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'Till: ISrAT>'I N ICE \V 'KS.
I e. Wholesale and Retail.
.in IKLLCit. Manager.
T: lephone% .,* and .5'..
P. 0. Box 1;;:;.
I TlHE G:O. W. ARH' I H E AND ('COLD



0. W. Arras. Pre.t. & Gen. Manager.
('orner Wrlbht anul IIlyne Sr..ett.

.lo/> Printers.


vINE TEAS. ROASTED COI SIF I l. S. S l. i ITE.
J. E. D)UBUISSON & BRO..
Wholesale and Retail Dealers iu (Choic Commercia' riuter. 1.iler al I.nler.
Family Groceries, No. ":21 U Suth l'alatx S rcrt.
Crockery. Stationery, Glass, Tin. Wco ,
and Willow Ware, Good Work at F.iir Pl';i...
Cigars, Tobacco, Snuff. Etc., hlay, Corn.
Oats and Bran.
Garden Seeds a Specialty. Loan .-JgentiS.
2!. Tarragona St. 13I ntendencia St
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II. MULLER.
1. nM-v to L (au on ai. kinds ,,f Per-
1II. Pfeiffer & Co.'s Old Stand.) sons; Pr,,pery. Money furcished on
Dealer ia Groceries, Feed Stuff and Ship short notice.
stores. Terms Easy and Satisfactory.
4o South Palarfo Street ael I to 7 East When you need money. call and see us.
ZarragoessaStleet. ** South IPaafox Street.
Telephone 213.
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'. TABARRAS, STA I..
Dealer in Staple and Faccy Groceries, Every CLss of L tundr Work Il)Lv
Hay, Graln, Feed, Etc. with Neatness and 1 latch.
V'tAIKVt: INM R llAM. l'ro t.i: k)7.
Corn.-r lsvlen iand lntendencla Str, et..


Hotels.


I.EWIS 11I .'E,


PlhOne i ; 4.

Livery Stable's.


Mrs. W. F. Lewis. Proprietress. I, N. Ii\ i.' N
Located opposite the Union Depot. air
within one hundred feet of the -AEI- T, I.
Street Cars. .1. ;. W. I'. I tSuager.
;Good Accommodations for tho Travei- i'rl-ra retv.sel i, "TI'elt.hone N. ..
lut l'uthli. Special Rates for Families. Day or Night.
Transient Rates. $1 to $.125 Per D)s%. BoardiuQ ItH.res a Speta;is .
12 and 14 W. t luten l'ccit St-ret.
Hardware. A our Buggies. t arriages anuj1 iars ,
are ':hbber Tired.
WILL IIIHARIWARE COMPANY, }')L- I ;'BINSON.
Dealer In Builders' Hardwate. Stoves


and House Furnishing G.)ods.
Oils and Glass.
82 South PI.lafox Street.
Telephone 2"7.


I'slnts.


P.Mairble anti Granite 11 or's.:

JFI"NSA(CVl4 Nit NUNIFMN [A.U. '~ls
WVILLS BR'I. 4it1 f TI). lP'rop-.

toneim. Vai-ex'.. \-'. reatlh-. irtl-
h-A Work,. Sevete, Cn. xrs'. B:)u et

I:- in Fcn'ces anil al. iLIis of CerL' tLkr

I cmigns and El>r, 't.a1"rluobetoon


-o -kd n'on 7". i rt N'oticv,
ticn G*,-rranteell.


Real Fstiato


J. 1'. -iru '.

1, it: L 'e

1. te lit dOfIa.


I :ourance and
.."'J so-atl


LIN l;R

1~i L?,~ 7.


4 e~nerall %.;eLtP Of ..
'.-suranve Socletv of :
stroagcit in the ". W
irt iiir,


.1 N %" l'I1:.'A -


I .-: f:'-at e a r t e 1
t' ILL a Cd"urtr% rr


Ship ('ha n/il



Shp i~neilery ar.'.
0 p'it' ..u ~rY


SNo. NortL; I'allx and to 1. East 1 .:ni.:.ed.
i tr, -n Street.


Plumbers.


Tuie l 1,ma lm-, rnwr madi O;asFitter.
witb tnt' k:est -lesigun~ and modern
improved lBit', F, b 'Water I'1sutt-S.
l~artor~. K: ;ejjSlInkt aud RIft
Water B;. :, S-
Aillo-,,. I x.res are '"np-ti-att
anD Ican lit-), ., ecefled anrwilere.
N o. ~~ih l.iafox Stre-e!.




~ lied 1-72

Manfic'vres!r to f".1..Pitt & 1inI

anti ll ktuds o u it r ae~I
lion)e 1I
('ornur NI .:n and Barrack. Street.


Restaurants.


N WK'KS IIESTAUR IIN I.

MIEAL 'r AT LI. If,')LI .S..


K!%b and i ovsTrm a Sneeriaitv.
koept ''terp inu th~e C(i l
Ti':e Best A F't'rit.'iniz the 5Martt


I I Sit],hP.la3fox r.-.".

Real Estate.
Ilit, 0 C. V- Al F-t IN & 0q


(' P~lrovertv t'AuLht and sl.I n

ten i'i t.. I~u IIe Ii de ~ wj 1.,13"I' 1 .~
tat. ~-c ir.,t., Is't of Tvt .&.sFir-
nishe,! to a, ;ruer in .ar
C'oU WtV

1 iSl:i. L EAl.L P- ATE IGINY.


1 lisle WVitor. Manager.
R a Estate. I-uts ant1. .


W. I. litiNoN, Minasgr.

ced. 1. very ranu1 ,ie Stai les.

No. :.' \Vest latendenia Stree:.


mind dertPA -if



N'o'INT~lil P
Proft:!%o'tn:ti k ba: art-r, ::., .
of Fine i antri' :
N's ILan AII sWoe", :' rer ~

Ph,)-,,Phie N
K,-.:lednree Vi


F : ; !


Ii flra aiulLro ','r


N 1,:L: 4 '. .xe~n



'N -in. e C.....x.i~rsand 'To


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-,llore :: .ii F.-lj
sl( t't e-4


TlfE IAII.Y .-
A.- I -:. -' -- Da3-- V
I)-iivtred by Ca 7 .7

THE WEFElNI !A


d Fs


KILLED HIS MAN IN CHURCH.
CMOs M Of Cosyy sAt'l the Court
rbakbees Jury.
Oa&O Mare 1 .-A specialtoaThe
(brenmeto Dellas, Ter.. says:
the eMaeeS of crinaual appeals
AVa, knmed bthe eueesno of ten
pym -" reminmet against John L.
Ogta a am killitag of Professor
WM AIpseaamb ia the Ce.tral
tehrtasb. ahe o of Dallasem thea mibh
f1 JW 1S8. Professor LApacob
W- tmWil of etO Dallas public high
dM& h OWihalad bees dalsmised as
j 1 s s6 e Pbefesor LApeeomb
wash &darftg eburch services with-
seas we@ S anso the presease of a
g eam~es.n O the trial he
a e 7asb" hi defeases.
JPdg he of the ooer of criminal
-ppoal e-t. f she written opsloe of
eaoe- as the eateac do.

tM i Smagt*@IS:
.-.... IS he onme of

._n-rs-a a lesson understand

4WL evidsm. e amply supp m mar-

i= 10izWO916h auve of Baa-
i = M K. Ma. sad a ogsia of
ra momaeki. t

AhL. Marsh 15-It is
an a a- 4~ anWs Jofa he
WOl be WW -








gmh-a-g r Watatr a saw.


ft=agon s the reenaeseyobe ta

dM wekb wMIl gae a 04&ay mees as
M nmaWk i nhist 9y.


Iwsenty-F-helt C4re of Cotte.
rV.y.SOI.s. Ga. March 15 -Littletoa i
& Lamar of Americus have Just com.
pleted a shipment of 703 bales of cotton


from here. It required 2S cars to carry
it. It has just lat( on a special for the
Americas compress. from wbeaoe It
Sgoe to Savanaah for export. This is
perhaps the Aargest single shipment of
cotton that ever left our town. The
prnce paid wasa ~1 cents per pound and
the amount was something over $W0.
000. This s quit* a saam of money to
be turned loose t one little town.
Rural )Delvery la Bibb.
MacoN. March 15 -The rurai deliv.
cry service was comamnced here today
at 9 o'clock. Bibb county had cousid.
orable difficulty in securing this deliv-
ery. but fially. through tbhe efforts of
Congressmaa Bartlett. it was brought
about A majority of the people liviag
along the route have purchaesd boxse.
for their mail. and the others. if they
get their mail by aLrers, will be re-
quared to do the same.

FREE BLOOD ( RIK-.
An offering g Prv)>ing Falth to tbar-
Icrer. I
Is yr-ur Bl.i-d Pur&t.' Are you sure
of it? D), cuts ,or scratcbes heal
slowly? loes rnur skin itch or burn'
Have yV u Pipule'? Eruptions?'
Aching Bones or Back? Eczema?
Old Sore-? B',il'? Scrofula? Rheu-
matisn? Foul Breat,? Catarrh?
Are you pale? If so purify your
Blood at once with it B. B Botanic
Blood Balm It 1'iakes the Blood
Pure and rich. heals every sore'
and giv-s a clear, smith, healthy
skiD. Det-p-seated cad-s like ulcers,
cancer eating -ores. Painful Swel-
lint:!. Blod Piason are quickly
cured by I. B. B.. made especially
for all obtituate Blood and ckin
Troubles-. B. B.. B. is different from
other remedies oecause B. B. B.
drains the Poison and Humors out,
of the Blood and entire ystVem so
the syniptoms cannot return. Give
it a trial. It cures when all else falls.
Thoroughly tested for 30 years. Sold !
at drur stores at $1 per large bottle,.


BLUE POINTS.


somnethkl About Thesa Arlstoerats
of the Itvale rFaslyr.
A newborn oyster is a tiny deck of
(creamy substance. not much larger
than thit point of a pin. Its advent In
countless num ntrs from the middle of
July to the middle of August Is to the
oystermau of Connectlcut. where are
located probably the largest seed oyster
plants in the werid, an event of the
utmost intervat. Long Island sound
has some pfecullartty of the water which
renders it eepecianly favorable for the
rakliug of the choicest and most wlide!y
s.lught oysters. Nut only are here lo-
oeited thousands of oyster phantatlons.
but aiso, Itunmease natural oyster btdsq.
Ant. here and there only Is raised the
famous Blue Point oyster. the taozst
dli.-ately Tavored of Its kind and In do-
waiul the world over.
The Great South ery. on the outside
of I"ug island. facing the o-ean awnd
c', t.e.,n!,u a distance. e t 50 miles from-


WEEKLY SCHEDULE
FOR STZAM DIVISION
PI E AOOLA ELECTRIC TERMLNAI
RAILWAY COMPANY.
Trains leave Pensacola for the Little
Bayou, Palmetto Beach. Warrington. Navy
Yard and Fort Barrancas at
S a. m. arrive at Fort Barranmcas 7:)a.m
I-,:00 a. m.arrive at Fort Barrancas l ;.45a.m
I:mO p.m.arrlveat Fort Barraneas 1: t:p
N:W p. in. arrive at Fort Barrancas 4.:' p min
6:13p. m. arrive at Fort Barrancas 7:.p m
*8:00 p. m. arrive at Fort Barrancae 8 :4 p.m
Trains leave Fort Barranoas for PeDsa-
cola as
T:ao a. m. arrive at Pensacola .... 15 a.m
11:00 p. m. arrive at Pensacola ... 11 :6i p. m
':oo p m. %rrtoe at Pensacola ... a p. m
S:.t4 p mn arrive at Pensacola 4: p m
':i p. m. arrlTv at Pen-scola ..... B:&p.m "J
1o cardayp only.
lA effect DPC. l et, lW.
S TDAT 0CKlD IDS.
Leave Pensaoola. Lv Fort Barranow.
9 a. m. 10 a. m.
11 am. iI m.
p.m -"p.m.
8p.m 'p.m
sp.. p.m.
i~n -~ u


M


Millan Bros. Co.


Coppersmiths,

General Metal Workers




Celebrated McMillan Seamless Turpentine Still.

dM m tMOn B mL L A. do tk ow.

MOBILE, ALA.


TIME TABLE.


t..e towns of South Bay and Speonk. is PARR Fon RWK BAYS.
t h artr~P of nste n ,acola to Fort arranca and return LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD
tie headquarters of the entIre produ..'- Pen-saola to Navry Yard and retnrn.... kc : v vr *, li
tou ,*f the genuine Blue Point oysters. Peaseola to Palmetto Beach aad return 15c ..' Cr AI Ai
The uanae is derived from a point of PA PaOM w UNDAT
land which jnts aut into the !my here. feaoesiamt o rtBarraan NSav ''a%. ; a. 01,C-..<, A r.v p.
nI ardan4rturn .........
a:letl Blue point. Peasseeas to Palmetto Beo an -a a..d A: .I rii. > A .-'*
A combination of perce tage of salt 4ar Ar .- i a i r:.- .O l.- nAr... "' ,- ,
la the water. teuperatMrev. depth. con- No frtelht rce-ITved4atntr S: m 1* V rn :;. In M .=zt.or:nt Arr\ ;. '
d.tlou of bottom. tom p their with some |- -- -a t.. m A r.. ,5' .--. Arr.v- -; an.
arn A.'- .... Arne ..IPAu
indeflnatdle quality possessed by the i -Ac -i -.-- d., I- .,. ,.
hat'er which Is different from any GRtAND EXCt ILSION --O
other. ;.vee to them their favor. which e B JwsEN PENSACOLA AND JACKSONVILL&
has ever yvet been equaled by any of
t.e various k'nds of oysters raised In .,
.Aiierika. and the oyster industry is by -P' ': I' "
far the most .mportmat fishing industry ;&' a.,,
in the United States. The Blue Points ai .- n
are simply transplanted Norwalk and ,.a m i ,0 n, M r. r u. ,
Bri.lg-port seed oysters, whibk are tak- To Greenville. Montgr.mne:y and Bir- ... .. U Ta.iabae. : .. p m
en frtm oyster beds and put into the ningham. Saturday n.*.rht. Mbrc. 5 V nM Jacwanvile A, .f m
RBlue l'ant beds in Oreat South bay. 31. ltv.iVug I nlu Det. .it :'', ,no! -- to- -
where they attain matuuty under tbe regular pa-eizer trail Fre for T E
round trip: Penaz, cola t, M,Mnt-t
most exalted and potent conditions. gmnerv. ':,-: to (ir-envitll-. 3:; 5 -I T -
which graduate themoyster aristocrats. to Bi miuthan.. $ v, Fro.a C I 0-PROPRIlTOR OF-o
with reputations ready made. poses- tonmuent same as Pensacola. Pait -sS I
ing the highest oyster valuation and desiring sleeper will apply to tli-ket !
sought for as "Divine Paits" in every 'agent in time. Purcha-e tickets at-
_ .n:--t.:- --- r -.a .w ^ i*.k Ttikt-. r,.,l f,-r nft. I ---DEALIE IN --o


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 1900. 7 "

vice at 7:30 p. m. Public cordially NEW SAW MILLI. VITAL sTATISTc1B.
CAh $ EfS N OTES v ,o^.. .. -.r .he .naf. .cco..o and Death. il TH E PEOPLE S STO R E
ANearly all of te Pensacola dele- Increased Activity in the 3Manufal'-: Record of Birts and Deaths I'lled H,
Nearly all of the Pensacola dele- cure of Lumber. in the OIoe of the City Clerk For J O L
of P% thlas will return Lome from Mr. J. B. Vau.hn has just returned the Week Ending Saturday. Mch. 17.
S(. I.. Robinton of Concord. N. Key VWest to-night. Ttey left Jack- from Corinth, Miss., Jackson, Tenn., BIRTHS.
.. -t .t th- t caniijM. -onville this m rning. ; and Chattanooga. Tenn., where he White-E. B. Willis and wife, a
,k .,-r Hurko and J %McWi.t-i of ThO e e't.terpntl' Day excursionom went in the interest of the Bay Shore s eo; J. C. Mellor and wife, a i n.
I :..,- Ile at t!.".M "-N l-!jIr" t,, e ,,""uniak t riprig cwent in ill Co.), at Kauffmau, Ala. so nAhC. Collins fe. a water a
from Pens-la and otier station Mr. Vaugwhn has only recently. Colored-Ueorge Davis and wife. a C w
..--. (. E. ('o.p:- and J. T. Mar- between here and DeFuniak 144)0 erected and turned over t SM.I,,ie ar.- gue-t- at t:e E--i ,asengers. The excur-ion from a large first-class saw mill plant, a son; Freeman Harris and wife, a Proprietor
iver Junction and intermediate and they have now employed him to daughter; Willie Robson and wife. A A A *
I Sr.... A, ,. a proinint c stationss numbered about Coo, makinia parchae. erect and operate another a son; Katie Underwood, a daugh-
,i~rt,,w, .gatrtd at Ie two thousand excursionists in all laforthem. He hasjut bought tir. DA(
i stw. i rgitered at t;e 'the new plant from the Southern DEATH
yesterday Judge Maxwell granted E eadB r rks fJck- White-Colbert landrown.22
-. .llof Tallas! aze tfl well i nen of counl fo ca rredit rs o f on, Tenn., and it will be up-to-date days. Inanition; Mary B. Ilenshaw, MW A RIV A
t uine recent carried on at in all particulars. years, senility; George Maderlitu. 1 M k.
1 d, r n ntI. rzr uth Palafox street. for the u j p- )uring his tay Mr. Vaughn visit- 79 years, senility; Ann C. Bennett,
1X, t.. ofI ut Paoaf atreeive d for an- #ed Lookout Mountain ard other 82 years, senility.
r. W'. K. ])ut"atn (f Reading,. Ipointmneit of*a receiver, and for I points of interest and enjoyed his
-1,aing the E-ocai.biai s ardi injunction againo.t the alleged pur- reoe-i icius Pons, 13 days, O UR first announcement of New Arrivals of Spring
f vesterda ctihas-r of the stock of good,. forbid- rp vry muc. trismus neonatoum.
sterdaydin him to intermeddle with the f Mr. Vaughn is recognized as one Colored-Adeline Johnson, t5 Apparel. A generous assortment. large variety
-.- J. T. Crutchfield f Chia- same eof the best mill-wrights andsaw mill years, pneumonia; J. 0. Dixon, 3 *'
SH. W. Kolig of Cin nati ldwin-elvlle company mein theut, andis consequent months. locked bowels; Hannah Me- of colors and styles to select from of Ladies' Waists.
-tTh- aldwin-Melville comp ly amonn the highest salaried men in Came, 3 5 years, pneumonia; Wiley
ame pir of osll. N. Ierin an endgagemen it atd p h ine. Lee, about 3 years, suicide;Edwad We carry all minds the largest assortment in the
,: ted in the city yesterday and f.ever night for the remainder of the A Thoteand Tongues Watson, 29 days, meeting.
rtrs at the Escabia. wk with maturday. The opening Could not express the rapture of THE BEST SALVE IN THE WORLD city of well known l)rands. Amon them the famous
.1-. M. I.. Ferguzon 4nd Misces l*day and Saturday. The opening t
aid (. C. Fi.ier of l,-tond bill Tue-day night will be the "Dev- Annie E. pringer. of 1125 Howard is Panner Salve. It Is made from a .. P famOUS for fit, stle and finish-in
.A! rived at the Eacamnia yes- il', Web." and ladies will 1e admit-_ street, Philadelphia, Pa., whrn sihe prescription by a world wide known 1 f a n o u
"t~e-d Ireel whaen accompanied by a found that Dr. King'< New Discov- ski.i specialist and is positively the
SoD. paid thirty-cent ticket holder. ery lr Consumption hadcomnpletely most healing salve for piles, urns,. fact the best fitting Waist in the land. This fact no
S-nature of David A. Gates A party of young ladies and gen- curd her of a lacking cough that sealds, ulcers, running sores and
.- and Win. L. Pitt. of tlemer went hark lding on one of fr many years had made life a bur- skin diseases.-W. A. D'Alknberte. dealer or customer can deny. ou may form some
,1 : aple-ar on tim. E ca. bia ftmen kent shark fishing on one of Ion. All other remedies and doc-
week. but there i a colict in their cld give her noelp, but she llandsorme Buggle. idea of our offerings by a glance at our large exclusive
.but there conflict i~says of thi-4 lval ('ure--it soon r-
H. DI)eap, A. S. Burnt-y. I. F. several reports which makes it im- moved the pain in my chest and I If you have not yet inspected that
.i- aad I. E. .Os god aid itle. po-sible to accurately describe their can now sleep tidly, sointhin- I fine lot of new Higgies--riglit from Shirt Waist Window, and they arc cheaper than
N li-toi. M.-- ar- r-gi-t,-red catch. THE NEwF man is in doubt can scar.o.lv rm-neniber doing before. the factory, at factory prices-gfo
MNrI'!aut-. ao to whether they caught one shark I feel like s,,undln its prai-es and .e- them at once, at J. M. Hi!- heretofore l)y reason of our Motto: "SE l. CHlIAm' .\:N
ii m-Lutherai -hiur-i. to-I lg r tn thark oe foot throughout the Universe." So will liaru & Co ',,.
l.,ng.^() Or pretty little blondeof t!:e evei v one who tries Dr. King's N w i TrI.-II.lI C IASI TnIE N1SI SS.
Si<. i a .n N arty. However. will soion wear or- i.cov.rv for tv trout til' of the fune Arbon:I's adquarters -I NCIAS H SI SS.
I J F W ei ar i' 1 l ltl. ade of p)li-ihed -hark Tlroat.Ch-t r uI l'ri for line liquor.
-i... ,ar tr. s, ,, i: i said anrid 1.Oial. "l Iril bott;!. fie. at \ .
-" '. .-t.-rday was the birthday antni- A. D'Alemi)ert.-' Drug Stoie; eve A regular cnintiu iation N W I N
I we r-i f t r ;i" to-day v,.r-:tr% ,f Prof. A. d- (Cz4ke, ti, bt l*t- n.t.e A (if I (,m ibia Lod;ze, No. 15,
-tr..t.e atur. i l' nit-, "nariarn viii-t. and a A. M., will t1e h-ld Arrivals! Arrivals: D MBI
iiiiugh.r.-. iiilie lpe..lb numih r prf tii frien.is -;irt pri'-d himn Tli AlleI Cl'.vw ,t+.d ('d. .t- rt.il- a evening March't e te Tale a groai beneath
w 't t',' :e I ii -l t i t at Cii Qtud I4. 222 %We'- t ment i- relii rti -tio. d le- t. t o'clock. ur Centre Ta e ae groaning beneath a dly share of t New -t
.,e" K,-limnhit -tr--t. The eveuniniiv pr. The object. charity fund of Elk- V visiting brethren fr:ter- Things in Laces and Embroideries.
I.d .rI r- Fred B, we, of Io.u;i- gratin coin-i--ei of vocal, istrimineni- I mt prai-ewortliy. Attend Clutter- nally invited to attend. Ed ini and liaertion. Hamburg Edgin, a sert
i\' ., a hi(< hi:i've- i.ti vi-lt :z t:tl and ,*,ri'tetr.tl iumsi. inte:- Htall M31,nia\y at o'lock. IJ. C. lIENN i- r F e
S,:.ilv oI .Mr. W. I1 Vaiiughi, a.t -per-ed h g.y .,ty i:i; rli t at a Mecretary. Valencia Lace and Insertions.
-t.tit,. 1. turini d i,..I.. oit o d tIun, generally. All tiuiil g DIitlgy'' Malt i- better th.n inedi Machine Torchon Edging aiid In.ertion.
I. t;ike-n c.oiim le-t Ilv by -iirpri-e. Prof. citi-.. At I-'zen- Arbiona's. IMPOItTANT NoriC1.
w il a i n rt: t 't w ; ii t t to l .-*l i tu r:-ier icy T) lo contractorss and Ghneral 'Put'i of (iernian Torclhon Edging. Apliiq e La,-,' a 'I r nsertion,
,: ll. tle.f ,it,. Pimi., bUi- I 't ..t i l -t lVOe Your PAinill "Notice j- hereby given that on and depret. Oriental and Plat Va,. I.:,-. -
*ti ... .111 i th ; ,,,' i,* i-j i-K th-r .Mf c( '.t tertv f 'G. Mi'hi"t-l -l U J j iV c i h b in t on -d A*
,1t- ;:tf on ;it at loiWk l h- cellar, i h-. ideIrhtak the ,v ry il- anid Paper Hanging done by up-to- :tfter the first day of April, IMi, no .-.: iii1iitt Hainlhur:m Edging. six yard len.tlih worth 7. to .'o at 7ex .
.--t.o i.: t .ni eed. e portanit wer 4i of i,-torriri St. Mi- d te pto d>pl, in an up-to-da;te -tyle. I'nion mechanic or laborer will work
chael'- ceinetery to order af'er it- lvy pi;trnizing J. E. Ross & Co.. No. on any building with any non-union
;.-r &- Ctop,'- (r-at Railroad years of chaotic tatinle. Soon :it 11 N. Palafox. Phone 3s2. -If-tf men where there is .an organization lin
,- will e there 'ltTnrsday :tnd will bea, .erneterv thit the ciry can of said craft under the jurisdiction : 1
,+ .11ai three davs. It i- a pp- be proud of. and not tile slimost i1n- arl i ladi. -kirts and waists of the Central Trades Council. *
t. acti. l a ut lpulal pric --. enretratle ojunigle wii,.h li as for s-, i-, *, of ouir p p-ecialties. Star Laun- i tf J. R. JotR AN. L t d Dr n p
t.,r tdult-. l,.-nt-t- fot ctildren. loit betn iet- wondr of visitr. dry. One Lot (hild's Drawer,. hointne. an,! u ke .sz,1 *, t...lcp r
*,-- MarNtle. De-tiich-on wbie ',e .. r re- ,any hi-torie gravy- in b tt Ci for Handsome pictures, bric- ize" :. 4, 5 ad (. nly. ............ ..........................Ie pair
.t tie .evein --rvice o T, t. sMi>a.l- Pein.te-ry that will in- rO eetc. Igar for ar- One Lot ('Ihld Trinitrned Drawers ;at C'o-t Mark.
apt,- ,,,urc, ,,Sunday. l.- i. t v-i,or- a- a. son a- ,Fa her the mOney made--DUR- a-bra, et nLot Clids Trit .d Gowns at Cot Mark.
.i- e i t -t 'it et, ir,'; Iun d y "1I-, I' jt h i d '. 'vrfiniinli.-, t, w o r .k tit- a thas.,-rirk .
pr ptl f n- N -ea. e rtllv yni-he the work he ht HAM-atD'Alemberte's ray at rock bottom prices at e ti d Skirts at Mrk.
or, f iWiel lgii'ili -i b ZIeli. O ne I,',t C hil' skirt t (' t M ark
,r.,.,t o.il l.-Pauw I.,v.:- farston Finch's. on i.n Lt Mi s,-- Trimimed Gowns at Cost M.,ik.
I itil a. O e ot Ladies'Trim ed ( heni worth c for.................oc each.
i .,,h1'i W. A. tnf,,rd. Jr aind t The candidates for the most popti- Omi Lot L,adies' Tri.n I in ii, wort h .......
,,., ,,i e.,,tgt,- v,. regs-- *rd at! For YOur Family or YOUr Horse lar lady in the voting contest for tri One i t Ladies Trinuned aebric Chein.e, worth 7.. for....... .. each
+-,'in.tuia -,te-irdav yf ernoi, \i. fine piano for benefit of C "! "\" "p o-" w-l-'- i nltadd- c hurch bazaar noticed thus far are ne Lo Od a n _
t'-tr '- ruvlin o t Dl,- 1 il Mand AlwaA $ MHgyss I eyda IMn Ladies' Skirts ind Gown. to Close O.lit at i'o-t Mark i'rice.
S1 Finich, Miss Alma Smiith, Miss
1Iny. the Illi'int and pI- It kills germ, in a marvelous man- Claudia Ferrara, with lots more to
ai. tmiit.-r of 4 If Tl ur 'eir ntr. It i, the bet antiseptic known mm be heard from. Price of vote, 10
',_, de r ti r -r t t i ti -nd 1oitivel cures cent.. Voting box at Clutter's.
**1t lb lm, a:is-., wti-rllr e 1.++sli d n willD e-FA. SIPN ;^l2tf
.... ,e 1 r n -. t r tir l I valuable ar a liniment for family b Tb..-
:,.i- ., l --,e' l..:, C.n. be taken internal (r cxttrnall, and it warranted to be in Hat Just Rece ived .a Larg- S
e,. 'll. .Ij, T ,trv v a- r-.prn o- ted ..... ', *dru 1tsardd ealrsr rraliy. 1lVomaice .f tlntl F;il lt27- .


1 a.:: t .u -- i, n ii Old Vll mt ier" at Eim ,'.ene Am bo-

,,.,,, -- L ei tel-D e ii Furniture at all Prices.
,, W, ftr-.. ii,.,,. ,' erseing diiRrg ro Wre- DeFrUNIAK SPRINGS
*.-" .... \, *-r !:.*l" lm l,~et'r -:. 'it bargain pm ices; al.-,, stove bed-
,- ,,.,,,mn.>, T~IrTfrom ,4)1'iprimu. inartimms, kitchen safesaid TWO Il N f 8 ..t,. u n t i n~- -~-1(1 .if O i k itc hi rn e t bh in e t-a w it i b ro a d ho a rd s *
Ait.i ,.- aarmi,. cit. hfor tfto, amid tdoaw r,. Seat.Of the Florida Chautauqua now in Session
S:,-,,i' l ...i ,riie. t,-m,,,et,. ('I ie exaimu thm t 0. N. Until March 27th.
.--t spli:. -: c t.hh at 11 a. i Ni,, 4l Sllelihil i 'N. _- v r W rgai-i 'Iurniture Hoi--. -
S: :.,,, ;, ,,. I ,-:,.i.,,, ,.. t _-_- Finest Resort in Western Florida 4*'.,


I. I. h. i t. .-. -u;,,r I H highest A ltit e,-, i;; t;,,* Stite Pure W ati-r an I Iiivi.orat' in Climn'i te. .-i.

,- i. I k.i -er vi- will (c-;:- 1L| | |'| I L|
i-woirrow i.liot c.. O Lt ,AftU
v ,k net we.k. rp






',,'** B- I I 4* 1 0000 ARE YOU r Spring Goods, j



WE HOVE THE OkE roN WANT AF T r


t,' o MODrG x 1,-Jos. COLEMAN, i I
Ut-' I s;- .a r r B ue s t.. -.. r

-P-,r do. ALT T TB A



\V(, c\ n SLII)pV yu with* ver-thinc tram Stylish '7 TTI-
0 1 res. -qil *. a- rctl'\ m moderate prices to -a spool of tilreadi room 4L-&. 1.i .,tf irri-J M .r'
o- t npi er of rins--whalcliones. nccilles. skirt buildings, No. 1 -t K Pi Irne (, r. t t r, mi "I iii.
r .n -uttons. ant everything else in the notion line No :.:4 r, ande. r-x noe L
1at .-si ime price-i you feel you ou-ht to pay. f so ,'olem mee.- .Repairing Attended tonPromptly.'
No a* Wet LalMua rtreet.4 3room-, I.
-,No. Wsto.y m s e )t. I room-, I L3 EAT G"ARDEN ST. : : : : : PENSACOLA. FLA
S"5000 yds Hamburg Embroideries. (on center counter) sery ,ilm, ewiing .n e
6, 10 and 15c yard. you. Call sa ie lat ..qu!t- ose a R-ai os in-
50 pcs 31-inch Shirt Waist Percales, 8 1-3c yard.
1am seeing t le p-oduct of the 1')stm-l t
50 pcs Figured and Stripe Piques, 15c value 8 1-3c. TIos. '. Ufatso 9 ( o.. oTery. and on tve e oi' otic can f a
1000 yds Standard Prints (dark colors) 10 yds 40c. A, AT. ESTATE, and D-eigns wanted.
*mp ____vw Rental *nd- ] nCarnations 75c per dozen. d
.ms a* a PH f^^rS^ ^ H ERental and Insurance American Beauties S3.50 to $4.10 par dozen. Del'vereJ


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8 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MARCH 1, 1900.


ABLE COUNSEL EMPLOYED. SHE KILLED HER HUSBAND.


VITAITTY AND STURDY GROWTH


NERVE


ENERGY AND


PURE, RICH, NOURISHING BLOOD.


PAINE'S


Compound


The Household Medicine


Mrs. J. C. Dunn, Tarentum, Pa, writes:

I ow, woi :i reat ilebt for tl s < lgo.l Pain (t'- l rv Coni-
pontI has ,,n' iv yhalv bov and nmyiself. About a year :,gu lii-
ficee toroke wit in -,re-. W ha!d two of thie Ist loctor- attenal
him. t ut thlie sor-. kelt on -pr.alinu;. Finadll w.e tried IPaine's Celryv
(Com|mdin. a: 'ne In t tl' culred him of a la:l t ,a-,e of eczeia. I
aiim ut-ini thti ('>ni;oiuu it i n.w f..r nrvou-ie--. an I u i i- l.-inr w.nirrs
for n;. .

Paine's Celery Compound gives strength; re-

lieves the body from suffering and exhaustion


Children of 1k- SIuma.
11.1 I.,. I i1,ij '0,Ae'*-Lj of C IiI i :
1 cin-a i i z ,'Id.'.i ~'tsc:' I-. i j rI ofS1nIr --v
I.-tlmArt C'uale ,,h i Ic. %'Ar'-. I v N
T's.!ri'i1. "e'(ist r 14 1- Sera I is of I 'i.
isan;i.'v.si, 1,. 'sxtm% !witdefUrned. .ir.

%1qI: NN. 14i~tr-A; 0 A t11 X ii !flhZ v i i l fhe j'v]
ci l uti sNvo 'I nt.I ?~:s sni at f,.vTh.,s

crusle : li l'.' I'.tm'toIt z't uo t S.

lt in ii leu-1i n_ i the.I 17 :5 r z In i i :dtI he
I ~ ~ it. :il's xna. i:t''V' u il e tt jlcxii
tlr'm~.: te and The i'- n :sthe fcvt -
I.:tI" 1;.-uv Ifes'~eLato i~t 4,tht.en s'.::'lior
ii'uch 4" !n- lLe o-li'rsb.7sI Anis'-h1 1eId Ie
ina e 14ixah'iengel of l. Inght" ncl




FOR ]BEAUTIFUL RUGS
andti raperis qif'.KuI
.,zw- weii :is evt ritil III- hi.. !t, I-


A Disappointing Ilnet.
l'nr, ie ; tu:'t v ii a a E:w u

:.:I:: V- An i'.iLat LL- 'is tho?
ie ,:vnIM WV> c. l. '',-a a1 ennousI. si.
A %veust T-i e iv a hit I NIT 1 1iuuu tl;
Itlwr e -ie:aii. allii 'it 'e(-I ro"'t ,i-' a ;glss
(1 wllu'isk i. (Yt~v 4k4-. NWokI. ho "as

an:i Inj ppit. '[hat's lase sq ort t o


A think- I W, tit I (' c:zv wil1
p 4't& wo-i o- it ot s*. (' :iir i- H~it;*--
pll tol.. lit rulitimu AcI. "I !lai--'ne:
affl!iteted wi*th v t'-11: &Iflfa-.eaestl
v-.-.r- au:u I-arp 'svd itt i-wilth-


For !.' i-10v ~st.a : 2S. P~i'.-
.51' X -ti t
.1y h-F NF Ian ijs

Comfijort-abl'e 7ma fti'sses,
,uillaws- o ~c.. toflo un it), unur


Mea Charged With murder of Goebel
Have strong t)efease.
LorISVILLE, March 16.-As a result
of meetings held by a number of prom.
inent citizens of Louisville, it is an-
nounced that ex-Governor John Young
Brown has accepted the employment as
chief counsel for the men arrested for
the murder of the late William GoebeL
This action, its promoters say, is taken
in order that no innocent min may be
convicted through tne agency of the
$100,003 reward appropriated by the
last legisLtture.
Ex-Governor Brown will be chief
counsel and with him will be associated
Hon. George Denny of Lexington. W.
C. P. Breckinridge of L-xington, Hon.
J. C. Lims of Bwlhng Green. Hon. A.
K Willson of Louisvlie and several
others. These lawyers have been in-
structed to rush the cases to an early
trial and failing in that to instn:ute
habeas corpus proceedings in the state
and federal courts.
WATTERSON ON SITUATION.
Says Courts Wall D.rr-de and I). mo-
cratet Will Win.
-NEW YORK. March 1( -Henry Wat-
terson of Louisvil' is in the city. He
does not think there will be any serious
trouble in Kentucky.
"Matters arlsing out of the guberna-
torial contest and th9 assassination of
Mr. Goebel," he said. "are in the court
and tnere they will 1hi adjudicated. I
don't believe there will be any blood-
shed. In my opinion, the courts will
decide in favor of the Democrats and I
bei:eve that all Kentuckians will re
specfuiy abie by the decisiu of tne
courts."
It'ruh .c.as A nta-sa Asarw -r.
L"; VIU.L.i March IJ -Theamended
answer of tue Pepublicans in theo B-ck-
ham-T.'ivor consolidated suit involving
the governorinip, was filed with Judge
Field in the ticuait court today. It has
been in preparation by ex Governor
Bradley, Judge Yost and other attor-
neys uluoe Judge Field's recent decision
declaring his court had no jurisdiction
in the case, and that his court would
not review the action of the legislature
seating Beckham. The amended an.
swer ios made principally to perfect the
record before the ease is take taken so the
court of appeals.
Haz*Itpp Released on Bond.
FK.ASKFORT. Ky., Maroh 16 -Secre-;
tary of State Powers, Captain John
Davis, W. H COlton and W. L. Hase-
lipp were arraigned before County
Judge Moore at 11 o'clock and after
some argument between the attorneys
Haziiipp was released on $10,000 bond.
Judge Moore set the examining trials
for Monday.
lul'-s fo Lent.
All tlie faithful who 1.ave c,,in-.
pleted tht ir twenty-first year anu
who have not begun their -ixtiethm
y-:ar, atd u ho ire not exempted frl- i,
the obligation of fasting by sickle t.
hard work -r other well known rea-
oin. are obliged to fast on all tle
dayv of L,eut. except Sundays.
Oa tt,. seo days but on full inmeal i
.il .wed, hlich '--hon!d not be taken
befir, e 'iO.l.
(Cuitoiln l:.-w> a rup of ctotTeo. tea
,r thin chocolate. and a sinall pitce
of biead or a cracker, to, be taken ini
tl:e i;orning ; and in the eveninvr, a
ell ,t ti,,ni, tuet exceediga the fourth
part of :inL <'r1inatry: oMal, ai. all,,wed.
At thi, c :lla.tion, huttvr, chee-e.
milk.e' eg and all kinds of fruit.
ti-h andu vezretable, ;re allowed.
When the p'rmtcipal meal canint
without rave iiiconvenience Ihe
taken at noon. it i pernis!lsil lo
take the collation in the morning
and the dinner in the evening.
Abstinence from thie ut e of fti-h
i, e'j *inal on all the Wednesdayv
and Fridav-of Lent and on the Sat-
urday of Ember Week and on Holy
Saturday.
The u'e of lard ik allowed in cook-


inL-.
Fi-h and fle-hi are not allowed at
the sime meal, even oni Sundayi.
Eis. cheese, milk and butter may
be u'.-d every day. but abstinence
from all of these it recommended on
Good Friday.
Persons exempted from the obli-
gation of fastiug are nout bound by
the restriction of using meat but
once a day on the days in which the
use of meat is permitted by dispen-
sation.
Children over seven years of age
ire bound by the law of abstinence,
unless excused by sickness or other
causes.
The paschal time, in which all
Catholics who have come to the
years of discretion are bound to re-
ceive holy communion worthily. ex-
tends from the first Sunday of Lent
till Trinity Sunday, inclusive. Chil-
Iren over seven years of age are
bound by the precept of annual con-
fe-?-ion. Pa.st,.rs and parent.- should
-ee that the children comply with
this duty.
The holy season of Lentt is a time
of prayer. of sorrow for sin, of seclu-
-ion from the world and it amu-e-
neit!ts. and o-f generous almn.-iving
By a -p-cial indu:t granted to tthe
bil-hi s of the United States for t--n
year.. dating from Mar:.h 1, 1S!"5
working people, who cannot easily
observe the common law of th.,
church. are di-peti-ed from the ob-
lization of abstinence on all days oi
the year ex'r: it: Fridays. A-li
Wedni-day. Holy Week and Chri-t-
inas Ev,.'. Thi- di-pensation does
noet ex-lmpt fl'lm the additiomlnl ch
;i.2itlo- of fa-ti:Lt'. wh-.re such ex-
it.-,. nor ,-, .: aU ;;<>r.'i," tihe use of
ti-;' iino l--h it th- s-.1nii inx -al. It
ij .'*itd''-. liw4'V l. ntot 1 :I ti.e Itin l-
viduA:l workmen in who,-e favor it is
:gr:ant, J. but all the ni-mlber- of th':r
ta'nilie?1 Ja well. lIu return it i- ex-
pect-(d that tho e: who avail th- in-
s.lv,-- ef thi- indult w Ill end favor t.,
*-ntt-r ini;to the split ,of the holy ea
son of L, -:t by voluntary acts of in,,r-
tificaTion. pe n:ane: nd almnsivini. A
most iir..i-,-woi thy c!i'ltoin i< that of
.btainimu during Lent from stimu-
iants. iu honor of the sacred thirstof
our oivitne (avio4r.
Those who entertaiin any rei.;ona-
ble doubt about their obligation to


Says Her Life Had B-*n a Veritable
11i1l For Years.
CIlCISNATI. March 16.-Charles Ad-
ams. a passenger agent for the Union
Pacific, has been shot and killed by his
wite. The only person present was
Gertie Turman, sister of the wife.
Mrs. Adams said that she had been
living in a verirable hell for years, that
her husband inreatened her life, that
he would hold her eldest son by the
heels. nead oownwards, outside of a
fifth story window, and had been
haitunaiiy cruel He had recently
threatened her life and she provided
herself with a revolver for self defense.
He opened at supper with a terrific
tirade of abuse, followed up with a
blow across the none which felled her to
the floor, then struck her again. She
struggled to her lee-r, drew a pistol,
fired one shot which s:ruck him in the
shoulder. He turned his back and then
she fired again. This time the ball en-
tered behind the right ear and came out
above the left eye. It was a fatal shot.
Mrs. Adams is detained at the police
Station.
Adlami was under surveillance by the
police eariy this winter for terrifying
messenger boys.
Negro lainged For Assault.
KArIMAN. Tex., 3Mirch li. King
M1:rtui. a nezro, was hanged here at
neon to tay for cri:ninal assault on a
white woman. lie ltuod upright in a
wagon driven from the jtil to the scaf-
foli, nre- taan a mlie distant, and sang
nvymux utli the way. F.ve thousands
pepeDi were in town, but only about 50
were admitted to the ga inws enc.osure.
Martin preserved hit composure to tbo
end and aaid from the scaffold he de-
served his fare.
Ir. liit tk-r T rui*r .
T...'A., Fia March I; --fo. .'Charles
C. Wbtraker has been appointed truatee
of the Eti: Ficrida seintinary to suc.
ceed Dr. H. T. Lrkes. woo has resigned.
Mr. Whitaker i, a young man who is
very popular in this city, and has many
friends who are proud to know that he
has been appointed to this responsible
position.
Sadce and the Monkey.
One very wet day Madge was look-
Ing disconsolately out of the nursery
window, longing for the weather to
change, when she saw a strange look-
Ing man coming up the driveway, lead-
Ing a monkey, which was tricked out
in a scarlet Jacket and little blue pants
and a cap of yellow, all covered with
bright tinsel. Madlge ran down stairs
and asked her mamma to allow him to
come Into the hall. Mamma said
"Yes," so the Italian name in and made
the monkey dauce and bog and do a
hundred funny tricks. but when NMr.
Monkey was disobedient his master
wh1iped him nnd shook him, which
made the monkey rub his eyes like a
naughty child andl chn'ter, and Madge
n- Iong,'r cared about the wea' her.


"Heade. Bodies and Lears."
"Iehadi. bodies and legs" Is a most
amusing drawing game. The tirst play-
*er (daNs a head nt the top of his strip
of paper. folds it down. and the next
player adds the body without having
seen the head. The third player adds
the legs. aull the effect of the whole
figure when opened out Is very quaint,
recalling the Egyptian hieroglyphics
I.I;I.SLATIVE CANDIDATES
And Delega'es te il nn 3y o)nvei -
tion at P l' ,el e'ti,. April 14
l".llowing are the candidates f< r
the- l le.'i'a ture and the list of del-
,gate- to the ,county dentocr:iti., con-
ventition at Powelton. April 14. en-
(ors-ed by the Workingmuen'- Demno-
cratic club:
For the I.'gilature.
C. Morpno Jotnes.
H. C. Clopton.
IlwieKlaiie to countyty ('Convention.
Precinct 12-H. H. Wicke. F. R.
Pou. R. A. Credille. Win. Car:mi-
chael, Thoe. G. River-.


Precinct 13-J. F. L. Quina. Ar-
thur Jchnmon. J. C. Avery, J. Whit-
ing Hargis, Ja-. L. Swoeney.
Precinct 14-GOu Eitzen. J. E.
Raars, A. E. Z-lius, H. G. Derilva,
Jag. O'Brien.
Preinact 15-Tho-. John'on. John
ItB Jnes. F. E. (Commyns, V A.
Dunham, H. A. Waters. 14mn-tf
How*i This:
We offer One Hundred Dollar- re-
ward for any case of Catarrh that
cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
Cure.
F. J. CHF.%NE:V, & ('o Toledo, 0.
We. the undernirned. have known
F. J. Cheney, for the l:it 15 years..
and believe him p-rfectly honorable,
in all bu-in-ss tra>;.s.'tii.os and
financially able to carry out any ob-
ligations made by their firm.
WEST & TR( 4,x,
Whole-sal p Dru(,gii-t. Tol:edo, 0.
WALDIN(,. KINNAN & MA% ARVIN.
Whole-ale Dru iist-, Tl-,to. 0.
Hall'- Catarrah (Cure is tak.n in-
ternally,. acting directly upon *tfe'
blood and mucous .srface- oif thp
.;v-t in. Price Th<'. pt.r bottle. -old
b'y all drjnrri-ts. r,est.in',nialu frte,
Hall's family pill ar i t ie be-t.

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

CURE YOURELF:

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EVIDENCE


Letters to Ilrs. Pinkham from Wom,:

Female Weakness 15 Years
-.DsAR Nh:-.- ~i-. PI KmIAM : i-'r 's i -
,with every form of feunta .' ale 4.-.
given up hopv f'4 .,t-r 1'*n: ,s* a-s:i
in4%itvd that I I t .'. %i:e.E. l.~, &. 2
tfw~k fousr J tl- sfI lisc \.'qI~tI ,',i'
I waN 'sick anil iv"1: vg 'p vr~,i A.
prevailedupo~n in,- to :v n"tI 1.'
bt'KCn to ge't better r::i aw111 ':1. d.ani 11,. .
any' of fnysiv liM a"a~nsic 'aridiiix.-..
y-our reinvilit- tI K- ~ine
found ,uchl rii~~' ::
to write to nic r u ..I'. '
ei~nt.'the .. V.ici- I ~'-it ia-- fr "I'
k'ranc-:'-o.-' al.


General Weakness of System
D)E.A 1'.'.%11-i. PIN K Ix'uI I A %I:~


ll~mI aPu~ .rifier ::,1s*u. :I
out.v.': f.r a! '*It! *

M r-. Ii m~kh ms 1 dVICCil u \ n'':A:1


/s-J r .' M r--. I'i khamrn's advice i ,,;:V n ::,c *
^ '. ".'- .-.:fferin' women. Her atire- :- 1 :::..
Throbbing Pain in the Back
M R-. I' Nh II ,..
-aktnii -u enUIi fl I th a t ,'' .
Ltack., t h at at t i t.d -,' '.
i t ino~ 1 e's r. I har. h1 a it !, I. 1 1.a I
Stab' (o'iomound itpo'n of vr. h .. .:
Sm nce-i taking ;t at :-t .Aftt a e"* r a
feeling very much better. 1-ut '-ont:u'-,i -,
^^-^ had taken six bh)t'i anlst ,'- tsiom 'e ..
1 Mf vR;. s. E. WADE. I "rmF ,[ich.
R"Bakhe and Bearing Down
S'" DEAR MRs. IX;.NKH.\'t : ~ 1 hi n I r-T "r, "
for advice I was in a very bad condition with fa: th,' n. ;
ache and bearing down. Could not stand tive in I ts:',.: .
advice strictly and have used seven bottles of V ;'::.':.ei. < ,,:ntu,,s 5 : "
of Blood Purifier and four packages of Sanative \V a h and aim nr...
fectly well."-MRa. Hx~,ar GALTEAt, 1825 tharles t.. La t'ro-... .
These grateful letters from women prove conclusive .
woman's safe refuge when sick is
LYDIA E. PMiKHAM1S VEGETABLE COMPOUND
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G GENHEIM' :


HO


GIfARING SALE


ARl Hich Cut Shoes in


Coffee! Coffee..


'e call i/he a//enti,,,/
the general public t, ,,
fact that 'we Ifare tne,;
ihe bc st c,/uippel/ Ili,,a./,
in the Sw'o/Ih. (and/ thatf
,can f'urnish this deli/
'er 7erai 'e ( prices / '
defl" competition. 11 ''
wish to remind 1/ou ti//i /
Coff ee are alwulla(I! /
from the JRoaster. UI
'others arcoldtand 1(r, ',",'
their aroma.(, ur. I'sI r,r
a(l, delicious.
YVea Orleans (;ro,'e'+i ('',.
PJoe S1 0 tltl I'//,r/.
Phone 10,. P'ropr, tr


Men's, Ladies', Misses' -
Children's at reduced ,
prices.. "V".-" "r tii 1
A h t .r ilah -.,,...r > -
crew of t osl1 v.-,.l
'n saeola Lu', tu r t'o..
n, i.t>--,.


A Special Sacriftce!

3;5o Pairs Ladile Vici Kid Spring
Heel Button and Lace Shoes
for only


$1.25.
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4'1h1116~ NO T(W CLOTRIEtS


ROBERTS HANDLING

CIVIL PROBLEMS

Interest In Military Situation
Temporarily Eclipsed.

ENGLAND WAITS CONTENT

Success of "Littlie Hub," Disarms
E'ven Military Crities- Ullopmfon.-
tela Satl fi d-R-tub rts Promises to
Lead Ilia 31sa Into Pretorin.


LoNDON, March 16 -Lord Roberts'
success in handling the civil problems
at Bioemfontein and the manifest equa.
nimity with which the residents of the
capital of the Orange Free State accept
the British occupation temporarily
eclipse in interest the military situation.
It is believed here that the com-
mander-in-chief of the British forces in
South Africa will push on to Pretoria,
but Great Britain is quite content to
listen for a few days to the acclamation
of the people of Bioemfoatein and per-
mit the troops to enjoy a few days' rest
before expecting further success.
Lord Roberts made a quaint speech
to the guards as Bloemfontein today
when in his first congratulatory words,
he expressed pride in their splendid
march of 6M miles in 2b hours and gave
ampie assurance of bis ultimate design.
"Through a small mistake," said
Lord Rnbmrts. I have not been able to
march into Bioemfontein at the head
of the brigade as I intended. I promise
you. however, that I will lead you into
PrezoriA. "
General Gatacre is holding Bethuhe
ana the who-e line or the south of
Bioewf.ante:u is now in the hands of
the British. and General Brabant's co.-
unai having crossed tue Orange river
alttr a forced march at Aiiwainorth on
Sunday, and General Ciement's column
bem:nacroos t Vanzvl, the three col-
uiuns will lorin an army of 12,000 to
15 J00 men, which is expected toreplaca
the fore''s of Lord Roberts at Bl,'.m-
onute.n as re pushes nortnward.
Just wh(cr t;e Ba-rs wi.l attempt to
oppose that march i u important
question. ,but it cannot be e.oiAy an-
swered until General Joubert is more
defnite.v located. Fnrthir news has
reached the outside world from Mate
king, dated Friday. March v, snowiug
that though the garrison was in hard
straits, tney were buoyed up by the
knowledge that their plucky light was
appreciated at home.
BRITISH IN BLOEMFONTEIN.


Fraser, Who .rreidrredt IK"ys of the
('City, Acting Mayor.
BIL.OEIMFOTEIN, March 16.-General
Prettyman is succeeding admirably as
governor of the town. He issued a
proclamation today requesting the bur-
ghers within a radius a 10 miles to de-
liver up their arms, assuring them they
would be paid for the confiacauon of
their property.
Lord Roberts si about to issue fresh
prociamastions, which it is considered
will have the effect of disarming fur-
ther opposition upon the part of the
Free Statere.
Mr Collings has been appointed land.
drost vce Paphents, deposed, and Mr.
Frazer will act ma yor.
Great quantities of stores captured at
Warserfail nave been recovered. As
the r.-.il: of Hunter and Weston's liue
cutting the Brinsh have secured 26 en-
g-tue and the line has been cleared to
the Kaffir river. Ramors are current
that former President Steyn is willing
to surrender. Much unrest existsaamong
the Dutch population. The burghers
described the soldiers as locusts, saying
they are innumerable and identical
witti them.
There is great rejoicig among women
anti cadidren. who have been shut off
for months. Great complaint is made
of the hars'i treatment by the Boers
during the occupation. Rebels are
coming in daily with their arm 'from
the south. A number of other rebel
leaders have been arrested.
hltod-a ..sys. Crowvn Colony.
CAPE CoLO Y. March 1C'.-In an in-
terview published in The Cape Argus
Cecil bhodes is quoted as saying: "I
feel strongly that we cannot have peace
in South Africa so long as weo ave in
the republic a rallying ground tor dis-
lovaltv and disaffection. To go for-
tmer. I do not think we can sacfly fed-
erate tnil ws have had some years of
crown colony government. Personally,
I have done with the bund."
<'outraet Synt. nii Abolished.
CiT SVI AN. March 16.-As a result
of the conference now being held here
between representatives of the Lake
Carriers' association and a committee
from the Grain :noveler,' union. it
seem; very probable that there will he
no repetition of the big strike on the
docks at Buffalo last summer. The
contract system. which was strongly
objected to by the shovelers, has been
abcisheodi.

DURHAM Cigars are
the finest 5 cent smoke
Try them at D'Alem-
berte's.
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been tried and fire test-
ed. D'Alemberte sells
them.


NICOLA CASSA,
RESTAURANT---0 YOsw tS.

Frait. Caldies, VT o et llifF,
riz-arr and Tobacco at Low Price?.


trenit'n:-it, nit a remedy containir 9
potash and, mcraury on!y ag-ravatp NEWS TRAVELS FAST.
the trouble.
The Mysterious Way In Which It
SSpreada Through an Audenc...e.
.t The .."Y('ou ,a,.luot keep news. ,esi.ecially
SS.S.S.'he tLIO 1 owar news. out of any pulelic building.
being Purely Vegetnble, goes direct tulht t lr, ,:'ioalet room or teoturo-
the verycr.useof the dis.-.ise and aptr- La!i. ll n"tttr 1:\ deply U.r-rossin
rnanent cure always results. It i.; the lt!l e'l.-i":i*nlwietit m*iay ie. and frot!
only blood ret'medy guaranteed to con- ne u11a,11. w\\1 pr'.ilapis knows only oune
tainno potas.h, mercury or other dan- so"Il in the p'!:c'. mt'lliii:- in with the
gerous minerals. ti.a is ,,f ; :;t(t>i: ;! 's ,'e:1rh. of a g;int
Books mailed free by Swift Specifi vior;y. o;- w';;t ni't. t.e wvho!e audi-
Company, Atlanta, Georgia. en,' ( If a .co';;Ilt. of t'h :is;:tnd people
--- -- -- W h.V P iew- in fiv" iniinutes."
THE THINNEST OF MEN. ",e g,..l,.;:uii> who tllls spoke is oune
(f Ilile tI 11 -it ex er.rltnce('Id t.ca:trical mtan-
(lande s~curat 'ighit Ia% e neen Mia- :: 'l's ill t'.v .o ,ldl. and he went on: "I
tnkan I-or a Skeletoun. coulliid .i\' you some' most striking in-
ILaun, ISiIa ii'. rIe' aiL k:ti lv liiii m II 5 'i fv e; y oli v n i Tx erie c'e of
;iri' !,,t 1iii.'i:iini I. Iut I'la,de- Am- A l.:t I sa;.. I have see:i a big ailditn e.'
ri'.i: '. llat. w\\ ho, :is .-xhiisited in convult'i d with laughterr :it 1l o'clock.
Is2'.,. \::'- <- lh :i.in exT::it ;'iaIIn ary pqr.- saY,. l't tlir'! li a li:aret' whisper a(f a
-Aliin g,' t!i:h! no fewer tlihani 1ia i p.a'- sui t.t outsialt **.'alanilty t':at circulated
.41oi vi\sitv.l liii in a few wt\ ks. St-u t'ii'io ui I'h lihopr:e with almost the ra-
ian \\;i bldrnii il 171.7 alul w vas tlher.- 1ivditiy of t'te' 'ra;ihiy, that same audi-
fire<2' 1 years of ag'i wvliini ht- made hi- ; nI'' si his l't'.en r-stless. uulversally
:li; 'I'~u-l: ln. I igri v of fafa'e :;!d :< 1 ; Jl)S ,ltaly inatten-
.Astly o'o.e..i. th' fa ..tsh phliysician. I tive to the very e ulilinnating point of
\\a< ::in4on Ili, tlr I.:!aL 'lawho poured ftin oi tILe st:ane. And the singular
iini the lit ailing in \\hi. h Sournt re- I !: 'i is that antoirs who have never
.iiv'.1 tl'.-' \\wht. wr't'e atxiolls to see left Ohe sta t:l have'. through the me-
hilli. iuil in lwritinlg orf himl he said: ( l:iir of % hisp.rs aiioug the band or
"u.h .'ri;t i- \\ itl..ut dbulbt the Imost. from ite stalls. known all that the
tiy-.riotias .l.ii g I h:lave an'uoiunta-red. original ualsseiiger of evil had to tell.

II- 1;>.i'e is that of ian ordinary man. "The late RIev. C. II. Spurgeon once
.s'iiaet'liat etllaciatdI It'laiUis, but uot toldl ilet hat he had known this same
ia-lmnirl aly so. Ills eyes are bright thing precisely to occur during the
andil his voice is pleasing. Seen il the course of a religious service, and when
ordilraary c.stlulnle of the (lay, he in no a vast congregation were on their
*\ :i buit stripped of his pndded, clothing he and explained how. from the whisper
p'rse,,nts ani astounding spectacle. of a doorkeeper, a kneeling concourse
*"Ilis arts are mere bones. covered of thousands knew the whole story of
bly paU:'chnI'ntlike skin and muscle, and a national crisis in an incredibly short
flesh lie appears to have none. He is tiime."-London Tit-Bits.
therefore scarcely able to move his
orn:a and leg. 'ailnd walks, though DAILY MARKET REPORTS.
without apparent effort. witlh extreme COTT--
dilli.uilty. on iin';asuriing him aindCOTTON.
wa'i.ghini- h;'t I faiall that* hisc!est Nzw Yorta. March 1. oPrg CLOwe
we hi I foun that e January ................ 7.0 .... 7.
nflai-urei:it' i t 'was :ttI lin-les. which february................... 7.83
I- f:;ir: that his weight was not more, .March-................. 970 .... 9 .1
than 4.5 pounds, the phones being much ApriL................ 9.57 .... 9.62
May................ 55.. 4 ... V 59
smaller thiatn those of an ordinary main June.... ............... 9 43 .... 9.53
of his stature. who might weigh 15i July ................... 9 45 .... 9.51
poundls. I:n appiarane,. indeed. he so iAugust-................. 7 .... 9.42
i resemled a skeleton that a betembr ............. 8 2 8.9
October ................7.94 .... 8.01
shiirt-ighlte.! person ii.ht easilyy mis- November ............. 7.S5 .... 7. ~
take hi n for one." Deoember............. 7.9 .... 7.83
S hurt'ss f.dl consisted of two or Spot cotton closed quiet; middling up-
od''.too lands 9,.; middling gulf 101-.
three ouiihe of bread and tuat daily, lI n ul10.
SOltl;,. he tooa a' GRAIN AND PROVISIONS.
and som., time he took a little wi.. ... CaAo, March 14. op0,9 cLO9C1
.He was t. .narkably intelligent anal 'HEAT-.March ....... ....
well read t I picked up English rapid- WHEAT-May .........,667'1t7 .... 67~4
ly. (in ar;:.ving at places where I.e VHEAT-Julv .......... .... 67,
wav not kiun-Wi hie was accustonedl to i t'tIA-t-etenber ......
walk out in Ills padded clothes and Culo-May...- .... 3%a'3 ..." 3.
did uot hatt-rat any particular atten- o o R-ON-July .. ........ 5,
lion. lHe saidl that until the age of 10 ON- ,eptember ..... .3,
U AiS-March...... .... 23 ,
vya-; lie r,' a.mbled any ordinary boy, uAT-_May --2337, 2 .... '
lint thatlit I,' suddenly wasted away. UATS--July Iy ...."'.... ....- "
Ii adied in 1 S41J, aged 52 years.--Chica- PORK-MiiLrclh ...... 11 0
go News.< PORK-May .............11 o507 .... 11 15
go ... PORK-J uly ........ .. .... 11.07
I'reelledAt A the Other oys. LAR--March ... 9 1
W L Ru-- May0.......... .... 6 0.
Is tIli'r anytlhiig in wlhilch you ex- A. it--Jluly .... ....f 17
eell .d wh-n y ou went to school':" a.sk- itlt-M-1ar ed M'is avenuenue. iurs-May ....... -C 03 ....6 o7',
-Ye,." answered Willi Wishii ton. --July ..............6 07-
"1 : l;;le ion liluindr- thn ann y ottr h NAVAL STORE3.
avt in I he clss."-Washingto Star. WVII.MINGTON. March Ift.-Spirits tiiwn-
Stne steady at 54-54 1,; receiptI Rosin
I unchbaned; receipts #6 Crude tur-


A 1.11 o in flingtecurfae-w- s uza Ito)
go ioa' Stt'' as a mich of rngiuil''


V l a'--v .1. 11:141, t!)o 11!41 a l[ubi-
Hun,- v sW-JTa' t'a- .1or.'d hi,, v,,i .ia.
wka- i l;tr-i, -tthre :ied w1 o pa-


pentine quiet at $3eL3 25. receipts 12. Tar
steady at $1.2u: receipts 377.
bAVAJNAK. March It.-Spirite turpe-
tine firm at 51', receipts, 1',0; sales I;- ex-
pur' it none. Rosin firm and uncbhangied;
rfceipta 2.li5; sales 1,171, exports noae.
I will repair your watch ;and
jPewolry in first-cl:a- -tyle. J. I.
.Stepbh+ns.
Biu/ yor wife one of those
4iandsome parlor suites
ronm ,Marston & Finch.


W404-d~mA io(f j;Ii huh' lI'rtli )fof (lo-- t .'' hda Kpv )I %arch. 1'~l. I %%;1i iipilv
i.'zPark. with 4-r'": I..z.o.h.irn tP"11.)lp :; 'E.Ct. mfl\%\,lI lzl.t
Circuit Court in and ,z. l.,raml i
ai n two -tC- I c' o or blords. t~or a !icvni-r' i mataiaztl~. tftk.
!uritho'r infifu'rnuatiu'n. :it'lv tj..NV. R. Wi,,~n. unIT c nttr(,l Wv ona p-lil!ppE ri%
I-w onI ~i--0f pl~tf.-. oar .J. P-:. fuhni.- t.)nd twoo ea trp.. d ;tie'r in.i "veryro.-
Sol& Iro., c.,ty. Jfllfi1-;*.'. wtW'-4%%


GOLD DUST.


- ,International Tilket Agents.
Crippled by :
Crippled by CRAnLOTON, March 16.-The Inter.
national Association of Ticket Agents
Rheumatismre toay.They came from Savan-
hen n ti Sn nih this morning and are spending the
ue- y in see-in the sights and enjoying
til-iselves. They wi-l continue their
Tho-: who h".ve rphe'imnat-ni f:.rd tour by going to Asheville taisevening.
them( .veps g.-ni'virg, ."d.'i: \':'-e .I -- ----
the~ v.R'.',' t,) !.-:;i c t :*t :s t'iat (ep,.. Wh-el.r li W ashlngton.
con.a n ":' sril a i .hi, ul-C WAS.HINGTON, March 16 -General Joe
ti:n:.t'e in'utnslfy thi:(i.-eae iv e-- I Wne"ler arrived in this city today. He
;ilg the joints to swell and ";:!cfn,! had an interview in a private capacity
roduciag a severe aching f the, ),'one.X with General Corbin, but as yet has not
.S. S. has been curinii Rh,,..inati for twenty year'--even thie worst cases ment.
which seemedd altnoS-t inoiurat'le.
Ca-,:. O. r. Hughes. the p",, ,la r railroad Cliri Tage.rt I.l.
r(., r, tf IG. nicti. S ( ..( I_:.', .t.xver,. TAMPA. Fia., March 16.-Charles Tag-
e 'ifc :: i u:hfu -:.a ti.-r j L h tc*, ':)-.: c'a d T ag..
th. t i., a-, uly ,n- gert has been held on a charge of man-
cur," fr t:%t pa'1!l O slaughter as the end of his preliminary
great s-ff.rr rr r..nim iu.- triaL This is the case from St. Peters.
cu!:.r Itheunm tsm r ,r burg, where it is alleged that this young
two y..:.rs. I could get
ro permanent relief white man had trouble with Amy Tan-
from san mdiecine re- nr. causing her death, and also that of
scrihed by my physician. her unborn child.
Stook auta: a dosen bt-t-
tlhs of 3 our S. S. 8.. and
now I am as well as I .1' Cotton M111 Enterprise.
cvr .asinay life. I inm
pure t'!t your medicine FOr T SMITH. Ark., March ;6.-A cot.
ur-,,n 1d t awoul a ton mil enterprise has been put on foot
suCering f-I .manyblooddiaease." and organized here at one meeting.
E:veryl'odv knows that he-umnatism The capital stock is $100,00U, the larger
is a d1;-"u.a;ed s-t::te of the blood, and proportion of which was subscribed at
only a llojdh remedy is the onlyv prop.r once.


V-'"The ia-'ge-et and Hest Selected Stock of Bottlo Whisky a:-l
Wines for Family Use.
THE JUG TRADE IS OUR MAIN SPECIALTY.
CV'Also Agent for the Famous Pabst Milwaukee Ba er. Free Deliv-
ery to every Part of the City.


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All Kinds o, Plumbing and GOa Fittings MaterialA Kept on Hand


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Mammoth Retail Grocery,

502-504 SOUTH PALAFOX ST-,
T*row phoneio iSo.

S rt'Patron-. N-w and Old, ar, re C'rdially Invite'd t') V i-it a ind In-I ,ct
th.ir Iinz:m .r,-" Stuck.


A. M. AVERY,
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IMPORTER AND JOBBBER OP


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

. ooms r Retn by the Day, Week o0 oth. (. fAgate and Tinware and Houseftnilshlxg Goodf.
311, 312 rth Tarrama Striut, Sppesitu Uli Depot. Guns, Pistols and Fishing Tackle.
O0-Telephone 68.--0 .i AGENT for Birmingham Rolling Mills Company, Revere Giant
---*GEO. WILSON & CO -.- Stitched Belting, Northampton Emery Wheel Company, Laftin & Baid
Don't Forget to Stop Wi'th the Fat Mn. Powder Company, Johnson's Kalsomine, Iron King and Back's Stoves
FEDon't Forget to Stop With th, Fat Man. and Ranges, Wm.Coups o.'s Raw Hide Le* Leather, Masry's Beady
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thorcughly ini w:rm water; then fill with warm
water containing a teascoonful of
Gold Dust Washing Powder
and let it stand, shaking every now and then, If
rubber tube is used let it remain also in the
water. Rinse through clean water several times.
Gold Dust is much more effective than soap to
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AGENTS FOR

High-Grade Liquors.
SILVER BROOK, PRIVATE STOCK BEN HARDIN SO[l I MASH.
VERY FINE: FIRIEDMAN'S CELEBRATED OLD PRt VATE
STOCK. 12 YEARS OLD; OLD SILK VELVET. KEN-
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 1900.


AMONG OUR


ADVERTISERS.


How the Daily News' Best Pa-
trons Are Prospering.


Through its Eff.rt. a Reaction Has-
Succeeded the Liall Afier the Holt-
days. and Buines iaeekiln Thse
Who Invite it Through the CU!.'
asmns o hlie News
One of the most persistent of all
the advertisers in THE NEWS i-4 the
city of Pensacola. Scarcely an is-
sue of the paper appears without
something in the shape of an
advertisement of the progress-
or advantages of the place, ftoi0n
the deep wat-r "*scare lheal' a: tl,,
top of the fir-t p.are to ihe merest
item of new- evidencing th,- growth
or the enterpri-e of the city or it- in-
habitants No hill is ever pr---nt-ti
for thi- -xt-i.-,vt- and *-fl-ctive ad-
vertisinir, but THE NEW i4 w,-ll
paid f.-i it A:. t.,p tlp rhat ,on i4f*- ver
one of Pen-acu!a's w,-ll-wishe-r-.
H.iw many t oila reaJ.-i 1; ive- In
perroon aui-wr-'d ti' ;- cotuiiadrun;,
**W ho i- R I. 04 1.
Ifyou go, to t'rvor'-a Liz bh.tr:.-i i
i urtliire- tiou- and C htri '.: lind
wnat Vyn 1 j I'. kit. ,Ifor. tti
t'';b ic'- <,.r 'h it it i- i't in th,- ci': .
Mar-ton & 1-Iicnch dI. ,,ot u-i- 11i ,
ditLplay **ad-. b it they -et tt:ere 11
ti,,- -ramn witi 'heir little -ro-di-r-
J F. Roe-Ak Lo. al-o u-e "iread-
*-i." .nd cla brief stat-uletit of i h-ir buine.-- i-
,-ure to brig I bu-'tess.
h" Pt-ti!acola (Gw- Co. do"e not
teach a kindergarten. but it ha- a
new style uo may *I.r.fl: by carefully ntud 1in1g.
Find it and .-tudy it'
Hentz & Co. continue to clpimn
place a- tne "favorite" grocery store-
for Pensacola buyers.
Contractor Turner has been so
busy building for others that he hia-
not yet quite finished up hi- (own
new place of business at No. 9louth
Palafox street. When his workmisn
get through with it. and ho rolls up
the drop curtain, everybody will b-
surprised and pleased at its conm-
pletenes-.
Summer dust will soen caure a',,
increase in the already enormous
busine-s of the Star Laundry. If
you are looking for -atifaction-iun
your laundry work-ring the bell-
114-and have the wagon call.
Mr. H. A. Wnterr. on Intendencia
street-phone 172-i- one- of the te-.:
caterers in the Peniacola market
for fresh tni-at- and vegetables of ali
k ind s.
Vivaitor-sand investors cannot af-
ford to overlook J. F. Stililnn &
I'o.'. ll-t tit c!'oict re-l ea .'tat- bar-

\V. T. (re-en & C'..s ilu-trite.i
a(dverti-t iei t-. art+ l.ki :.g a r- :"
hit.
Now i- h!- t;n'.- to r-.'y a i!- r
two of Dr. Hianr'ah' M.3untai: .M11i:
T,.nir.
Wm. Johnson & S.,:'- carload of
h'iggie-s -'at carlo.ii1 prices" hlavo
leen keepiuiir their huirtry clerk Iiu-y
all the- week. "Thi, v av* a f. w f :it-i
l ft.


If you wi-h to ax iinin a reall--
choiee ar:iele. go and si-o ( Gr-,on-'.
IOpii ia-.'ware. It .- b.)th n :t.'v. I
.ndJ u- .fu1l.
Trile n:.. v ad vr rti--tmeit f t!.-
-r b.-s -tirTe will h,.- -inUg the id "- will reud to-dy.
'1 th0yY will fi:ln i: unu-ually li-

Sol Cuhn & C. h ivo- ri.ot ha. J tinl-e
heretofore to mike a li-t 4of the
L*-ntf-n d--litaj-- t ai f v ;dv rti-t.
Ibat they ar'- s-tlli:i 1; t#-11i right
along, all the -ali.il.
Th- P-ople-'a Stoi i:rt-wai-t-
window ha< beien tt- talk of the
town all the week. Warin wet-.the
i- almo-zt at hanil. and these goods-
are going fast.
If you want -ome really rare bar-
gaint in coIthiii.g. '. t.* C,,lm:aiu's.
Baker'-. New .oidJova restaurant
i- becoming immensely popular.
Oonzalez & tSon have a coffee ae.
that you will enjoy reading.
Some of the -ults advertised hrby
the Levy-Pou Co. have been highly
praised by the purchasers. and ev-ry-
body who trades with that excellent
housee goes away satisfied.
Fine. choi-e China teas are a spec-
ialty with Wing, Hop & Co. Try
them.
Wilaon & Co.. at the Delmonico.
opposite the union depot. alway.-
have the choicest of seasonable green
groceries in stock .
Hall & Klein haven't had the timo-
to change their ad but th.- bu-ni-ies
rolls in ou them just the arnie.
Brawnet's adt. need no, puffing.
Th-y alwa .* speak for thieiselve-s.
The Racket Store haf been crowd-
ed all the week with cls-tolrers after
the -piing good mail order bu-lnets is becomniig tre
m nudou,-.
No (c-ueapperor better l-hoe-. 1.i:
ien wonm.n anl it.:,Jr- i. Caii b.-
found anywhere -th.in th,,-e advtr-
:.-ed. by I. (ugenhte-i:n.

All the list brand -f quior- at
Eti.ene? Arblnoa'..
Free Vae-inaionin
Oun Tue.-day-. Thiur-day- anii, i-t-
iidays, from 12 in. to :; p. In p.r-,:i-
will bei vaccnIat-d fret- of c1iarCe ,
tI e 4oti1ce of the #rtat- Hoard ,-f
H-ealtih oit Floril. NN., '. W\ -t Int'-,-
u-encia street. Phliy-iei in o'f thte citv
have kindldy ici0vien ltel to p(-rrli #ii
:'e ervitce at tl.' lhour- ;iain-dl.
W .l. k. Hvi :.

--Three Feati:f r-, at Fg''tine Atr-
bouas-.
Voth in _.o set.' off a. h ome
as handsome furniture.
.Marston 4- Finch have an
immense stock for you to se-
lect from and they will sell


MARITIME.


REAL aTATR
Tranaibre For Week Kedinx march
IT oa


d< nWIF.
Ru; ship Barrowdale. Potterson. Lubeck 4re fo T s T. at
Nor bk MuattbanJa. Klep. Rosario son & Co.. Real Estate Agents. No. i Booth
Rus bk Paul. Landstrom. Montevideo Palafox street.l


CLEA.RAED


J. C. Williams and husband to


Brs i vyden*a. 1. Sm ai e. byGulfTran. Barton R Pepper-lots 6 and 6 in
sit Co for Venitee.with s iNOr bales cotton. block 206, New City-$1.
10WU round bales cotton, tmll tbhls c a oil, 3.1A). Jesse P. Shockney and wife to
toni phosphate rock. valued at 7 S15
Nor bk Robert Bcratton. 44. Je3usen. by Chauncy L. Wheat-half interest in
8 L Co for Roaarlo with il.5t71 a ft lumber, part of Sec. 38, Tp. 1 N., R. 8 W. and
vlr t. at than4a. ,1 K-.p. by L o part of Sec. 20, Tp. 1 N., IR. 30 West
for Rosario waitti i.7'- s rt luiuter. valu-d -$s *
at M3:1.i Thos. R. Godfrey and wife to F.I
Span Bas Aleim. 1:7. Rui. by i:t'f Transit H. Corthell-the Thos Engli,-h
So for Liv-rpoul. wit ,i. *, -qr til.-- cotton. Grant, les cres- 9.
:3! al.> bu wbcaY. :<..ii)s It knOitr-wood i rant, lest 25 acres-$6a5.
tier., 2ta,. 1: oak tunber. valued at -~si.. i iWm. Fisher and wife to C. T. John
on-We!t 20 feet of lot 6 and all lot
AT QUARANTITC 7, block 47, Donaldson Tract-(4AI.
4,--r tik l.-ii.til-t. 7-i TS":ieW ri. i.slho) Julia A. and Julia J. Yinge to P.
to Baa:-. i'ua.'dyatco K. Yonge-lot 5 and I, of lot6 in
IS= ---" ""'Tfxrblock bS, E4sst Kit g 'I'racrt-$450.
rimE sIr'PnL Win. H. Knowle. and wife to J.
A. Daw-W-Wst 90 feet of lots 6 to 10
gI'tagcS iN PORT in block 60. W-st King Tract--$1"2.
arAKmaMsIP J. C. Green and wife to J. A. Daw
span A :teia. n: ,. R'.ie. .ld f.r L.\te"-p.-l -4'.'. acres of lot 2 in sec ;. tp 2;, r
Br lrde-eiA. A 7.. -iiarles cid !oil V'ii. :-J30 w-$II O).
c Ir l-.1rit,. l.. Johtlston. to t'Cn-a- Win. H Knowlea and wife to Miss-
li Salop n. it,. Birjg-t,, to i'eu-acin Lizzie Pickens-E-i-t 35 ft of lots I; to
Lumit -r ,, 10 andall lot 11. I bl ck \\'. Wst Kin
Nor Tol -f .r. :s. Kr- ti.-'-.,to ) arm t:act- $80.
I UDH,,di A 4%) t 1 ct->,o
.I uL. .Alextider Stodtart and wife to
i-c.. ; ..1,,:. *. rc.,ran.to W L Mrs. L. J. 'laylr -Los 1, 2 and"
wtu:i tA.. south '.. lot 3in block 27, Ea-t King
.,,r tintri., :... riVe, -r tLo i Hi tract- J1000.
BHu' r Thos. C. Watson and wif- to Samn
DaILae. Wither-pooii-L<4,t 4. block 4i, Ea.-t
It t'--aitcl r. r .. ...,-:. to Ha.ir-. n- K ill tract--$60.
"ya'r -..ir Harvey Jones and wifo to R. 13.
-% r E n-., l -. %.- ""' -.- i.,to o
i: .og.at. .-.. f.;i- i, to .. ':ico Gr'itnii et als- 1 ac:.e of sec Iti. tp 1,
!:.r,- r 31-$1 .
it Ilu- u-c.. :: '. l.:trar.tta, to ot-r Emt lio Matta and wife to Cather-
w.d d lita r .:% Il.uLtdr ni. to .r;,-r 1
N.>r lt:! '-'. A'.-.rt',l. 'to l.i l ine J. Lase.t --Ljots 2;. 21 arid 25 ill
Nor rI-r~ -71 ,, i--. lin'.. t., ord,.r block 76. We' Kintg r;act., Belmonult
Nur H.-::..'. -i. Nielsen to W Keybhr A t o.-t$14.
'%or Hi:.hfln-r. :'\,. Andorton,. t. *-- I.' co F. W. Mar-h and wife and BRck-
It Iiantia. .. 'P.- t oiiai. t oI lor',.- ner Chipl -y ti Emn-lio i fitta- Lot.'
It Luiia -.4.:.t.n:a..a.toW SK.-y-,r & : ,a d .ti, block 37, Behlilutit tract
Nor M-rzap),r,. ;:75. Jt-;iason, t. Baarn. iT1 1. I
Iunwory tr. b.tulijh. VWilli un and Richard Alex-
LuNor Nor. l* M, kke ,n. t, P.-t:.lccia ander to, Al.,,izo, 'I'roi 36 by 60
No(,r Ncrwy,v- C. hi..nrnk.len. to V Keyv- feet of block 51, East King tract-
ser & Co S200
Nor ,*.l*'n.t,Thil.m.--eln, to ,,order It. M. Cary to Ann E. Chipley-'4
N..r i'-rtS-ct. ,i',. Lmr.en, to W KeyK4r
a ('o interest in J. Miralla tract--1.
Nor Robert Scrafton Ro.s rio
it nteinvora. lo. mozzo. to Ro,Aco Mros Fisher-Lot 2)0 ia block 15, New City
Rue Thou P-rry. 1:7., MaLtten. to llaars, -_$700.
Dunwody* tCo Lewis Reddenback and wife to J.
I1 Trento. 10t7. Oardeall. to BRars, Dun- R. Sugge-Lots I to 6, block 176, New
wody Cao
Ams Ve4lan I, 779. kicker, to EE BauIn- City-$400.
dera & Co Wm. fisher et al to Annie I. Simo
It:V-nmotan.,.45. Farrarl. toBaars. Dun. -East 20 feet lot 4 and west 20 feet
wody o lot 3, block 121, Maxent tract-
RIoi u .i


Ger Elly. 473. Mans-A. to order
Am Donna Cbrititiona. 16;1,Axe!en, to
m 11.A 8arlrot. K!, onmoi. to niaster
Am klialmar. 56,. Axel'on. to xusaber
ilk. CL&AKIL A.&ND)14AILED) fOE PEzN.
e IACO LA.
BThUNSWIPS-
Roddarn. lBr. id G(,ozio March It
H-turgviu. Nor. -Id MN..i-t lrMrc-: ;7
Jan lip
ifi 'dd. r-fl-.ld. Fir. &~11 at Ht~srrv. Jan .t'
tinrUnd,.. Nui 1-;41. W-n, .u.Aintt'.-rp. Jan P'
L4'oiioinham. IUr. 1-5-14,Hurrl..o.. :-t.Mca-
Jan "
This %Waymk::.. Mr, 14A Watt. arri'.'-d hot-
t.-'datni. Feb 2
t .-~oc.Hr. *la er ii(,~, n '-
OSR I PQ-

'a r iii-4ll.uPit No r. I ,'4. -! d -,, n, c k F-
L;, t 6 i iL rs;d ri a vre Fir-! -4
r; rgeia zch im `n". !t. !.1 Mar-#-i~k-i J wi'i
A n i:- Ia Aces Iuv. .I t k.I (!lB i ki -ifh -a d J a n 4
Alzathu. %or. 1? 7. kid 4ntwe-rp lice 14
HrunchtiIt~io. It.-,I. tad tart haskens a. Li ';
Cb~tiftaina. Ru-,. -.;i. at liarit.l'rua. Feb 5
oa 'aia. -wd. kid ItHull .Jan a
Ffthroufe. F. 31-u 4.. ld ?st s.1 lon ',-14
Eainar Taml~cark?-ji,-lvt-r. ut foit A :ntw,..rp
I 1.-C I41
rriz ni..iu-.tiu. H1:..%. vot Hu .c'ru N Mre!. 7
imtwibni.It W,., %:u %apt~a -et 1.ti. '
.N~o% :!tnvar Put; Ho% ai
tic:ut N,)r. :' -i. -l1-I ;c-t wo.i-0. J a.i'
tilior. Nor. asml i-attwi-u ei- i
Jotisar Irg-i-Nor. ,.d 4 hr-tamn-titt -Nov
Iorhatmnc. Sur. aid Toonshkur. 1g.c* w
L~~.It. .-I. -let ii. Nov if
Lgou-.. Ru%. ft* p. "l-1 isilam org #v,
MIaguoieiu %,.r. 1,)v,. sid l t~i .1tiny 111
q '!go. Ku.. ap1 L~a l'tKiI .Ce *-'t- _'-
imorko. It. Ipal. aid Hun-- got Ayrt.' S-
Paiila .aadr,-. It, I ..0-4- illAinittoriittii J ati:i
-iicopd. %-r. .5w, .1 rotm~.rin. Join 'i
Mt..tim 11. Itt '& atLiatt1,% a. gmNov)


Pol lox. Rus. sd Scattory Roads Dec


U'niied Brotherhoodl.
J. T. Spann and other ollicors of
the United Brotherhood went to
Millview last Sunday and paid ti.e
$o) endowment to the beneficiaries
of %% t h People.
Y. M. B. I.
The regular semi-monthly meet-
ing of the Young Men's Business
League will be held Tuesday even-
ing. March i, at s o'clock.
City papers please copy Suuday
and Tuesday.
criminall 4' nrt
Yesterday afternoon. )i t.i- ciritn-
iual court. Henry Williami. wa< c, -
victed of carrying ceric-ale-l weap-
on.,. and finedl $25. i i default IW P 'y-
mient of which h- will -ertv :) iay.-
it, jail a! hard labor.
lhi forenooni was, taken ui, witti
the trial of Aloi:zo Daniel., 'aiari'.-d
with robbery by suatciing, a pur-e
from Mrs. Hall at thu- co.trnt-r of
Wright anld tu;ilem- rd tret ;. Mr.
Pebley appeared forLI- li d len!.-r. and
the verdict wa- u:'rlity.
The jury for tie .May term w.a-

ev. Jotl.n I'. i- Jr.. .f Groat I l'.-.
Mont.. rr 'c-i::". er-id- Elv'.- 'ream
i ilin to Ince. I (c t. -nil',..-:-/ '--"
-tatemi lt. "I i? cs ui pi-i'IV- ct- f.-r
c.ttarrh i t -' .1 :- direct, i. l- -v.
Franci- \ '. I'...,I l'.,-tr < i t,.,'
1're-. Church. li,-ar l',nit
Af:tr a-u:=: Fl.\ *- C e' u::. iLi: -.ix
weeks I bfliv t- my-- If t.;Ire tl ', .i-
tarrh. Jo-eph Sttwart. (:a:id Av...
Biufftali. N. Y.
The ltaltm doe', not i- l i:at i *r :;i-'
sneezing. SI'ld ty diu.:i.:-t- S:o 5'
et.. or lt:ailed- by l-it Brt!er:-. .ili
Warren St N-w Y,"iIlk.
l"[pp'- 1"'I"" a; .'ul: P!.t, Arb,,: a~.
(old MN'tial- to HA.IPEH.wl:il.-k:y
at New torlean- Worlds Fa;r (' i-
cao iTry it, von will endorse J:!'t
Judge's verdict.
SOLD BY


$113 35.
Alice Stringer to David Perry-Lot
.5 in block 27. Belmont tract-4600.
Sarah Taylor et al to Margaret
Rawls-112 acrek in lots 2 and 3, sec
36. tp 6 n. r 31 w-430o.
J. W. Oilmore and wifA to W. T.
Newberry- Lot I in sec 36, tp t; n, r
31 west-$375.
Ernest Mhackelfo-d to Frank B.
Radclitf-Lot 17 and ni 27 ft of lot Is,
block 2s Eist King tract-$1,300.
Buckner ( hipley to Chatidier (C.
Yonlme. t'ustee-Lot 19 in block 12,
Beliiont tract- $50.
W. P. Reed by ithritff to Maurice
and Max L. Bear, as L. Bear & Co-
N of block 2.;3, Went King tract-

E. H. Ro-.;en;tin to Alice Strinizer
-Lot 15 in block 27, Belmont tract-
$2o.
Win. Fi-her et al. to Milton B.
Frank- Lot 5 and we-t lt Itt lot 4,
block 121. Maxeut tract-$1 l':.3>.

That Trobbint Headache
Would quickly 1--ave you, if yotu
u ed JDr. Kingt'* New Life Pill-.
Thtiinand< of sufferers have proved
their uiatchle-s mn-rit for Sick and
Nervoui; He(adache-. They m;nak
pure blood atnd strongig ieirv land
build up your health. Ea-y to take.
Try them. Only 25 e-nts. Money
back if not cured. Sold by W. A.
D Alembe-rt. DIruirgist.

A'tend entertainimetit at Clutter'-
Hall Monday-Alba Haywood Co.
Bo pleased.l, amused arid benefitted.
:it ,-ame time help charity fund (of
Elks.


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COH[N,


FR IEMAlN GO'S


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SPRING GOODS.

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


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



Our Stock is Immense!


t "'I )Ii2 ;, ilf /


f/oi


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


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



H Millinery,
(;iW-v' Aw.'a -.
Uent.s I Furnishis and ('lo thlg almost




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


T Yon are Crdlially Iviete to Visit Cr anmmoti Establbisine At -


We are Invincibles in Low Prices
4i This makes our Success.


4| Mail Order- Promptly Attended to.
r.," Trade Discount of 6 on all Ca-h Purc:: .


COTTRN, FRTn1M.AN &CO.
O,,' '
-^^r^^&' T^^i'^ S^ ^ wiSv^


W RIGHT COMPANY,


7si4.~-I' ri FI.-4ANO ,i ik~~I=I


LUMBER, LATHS,

S' | ^SAWED CYPRESS SHINGLES-Klin-Uriet Sags
PE\'-ACOLA. FL .

-RY T!LE- PW.' WAT COLUMI-


4F. E. BRAWNER'S*


-pJOrWIE JOL.SE


S "--- -,- Ie


*? WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED O)URZn*


Spring Line 0f Up-to-Date Dress Goods,


Ladies' and Gents' Furnishings; also Ladies' and Misses' Slippers.


27-inch Zophyr (iinghamai.. our
l rice ....... ... ........... -.... .i
3:-inchi .prinig P1ereales, our
price .......................... ic
.:;-inch Very Shei-r White Lwis.
o ir price ...................... c
-'7-mnli (Cle'ck N:iirnook. our
Irirce ......................... )C
:i 1-incl WI i a t t. i llt ( i 'oe ed

; ir \.'!, W\ iit (',!-,'.,,d Plin|ue, our

.:i-inlil Sold a.itl Vhlite Duck.
l r i'r lpr .... .... ....... ....... I .'
i: .. ...... ..... .... .... .. .. "-


Calicoes


Domecstics


AT THE OLD PRICE.


No Advance.


Remember the Place,


IYard-WVi~e i iru Bla-
t-1,I, tiadi- tv 1 Is-'i. 0.
Wh~-ile it la-.s .............. c
40 111- l'Ca'Lt.t(alloo at .......4...

d, iao Is lu,- jr~iv.alzi.
X'airraz .t -d ....................'


a t 1 n i i t i.- r i

La, Ii'- i i ro itt Pat ri .
T'' arriv- 'ni til III tIc %.- .'t;kal

roillsN-w S;:rir0.g aiI.-o1


(- 105 S. Palafox Street,


S' IEOI4L )NOTICES.




I(~i

O Io NEY T4) 1.,,!k% *
.IPrope-ty. ApplytAtv 1
W LOANJ4 AT IDoNVt"r Rk,
04 1 'ERJ:-4T C%. t' ,
TAINJiKa Y Pizr'-V ;
,4LIAM FIlSHER. -



rter-tte on. ct,-(t At r
S(1% 11 o- or ami. 1r-s..

Iteni I. % at" &%,I


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h,*~, I'l ,1
riz -s r- t r-ty ~~


roatlm I r..,. t7,
Land rin, l.'4Al-:'.


It A 1.JY--NTrt. .
I~t ind hi-nt-V *.' i
tl"n.'i,'*hb. Mectilfilz........

%01'OlSAlF-A handlown-..
U'residence, four room. tll:
kateben. ernrms iasy A p;.v
Chapi" street.
"R SALE-A bavr arr.. Mou.
lo eParlor Market.

E L.* lggm of pure br.d klmow~i 1.
itLeave orders at Parlor jdarket.
F OR 8A LT,-iftwen &ri ar.In w--*.-
1u rboo. fronting havou o bic-
sold (in eaqy toortus. anti at a bargs.:
C'. Watqotci *& (.

FTeci'y .'n"mayvte'-m'. h,:..
R~aIl F.stayo Agency. 1,. Hale Wi... %
0 r. *4 -,v So u th Pal afo x % trq-qpt.
W A N'IV- I E ,1

rr'.r.'ulg~kit.immip t.r-u-
(Y ior -atoto ftgen-rrul faeC. tit2t'
.^Pl tal.* 4;r-%re-"t inm'i-. 3mot..* -
niaorksel. efl .%o*r.i~ ultj a -v
Co I nimahis. %.-l v ..",

1) N. -. :.i. 4 *8Isir
do-,i. Appl.tt

c ~ ut. Iiaul :and %a%1% %o-vorSoil imill..
wf 4Cvg)r, -- 4 !1h-r. l'i'r pmrtiotilar- im

W ANTEI.-AII kinds of o.mpty q~
whisky bottles. S. A. Fi5BDm A
nowftf
WAIITED-OI4 bear battlesas Ls'v%: ..
W eer Bros.v:

M1l3S S LIME (H1PLl;N Priryipo,.
Yjand lKnndorgartein :4 now
its fifth termi in tbo re-mid.n.e..it-
ner of Pptlaf.),Kanid .Jackm,it ,*-n
trance on Jackson. Terma $..'p-. it,

VAt NJ'k 1 1.1-; MUH,
i~corne~r 'hm%eftnd ('P falt~is
doll prinviui. r a.,h(~ i "







I'promp~tv in lourjue1% fir upi-c t
*ii phone tt Nrno-.%-


RS. SAKAH JtVIRI1--Ma t*
jIand dealer in Hair fql, it%-
Ar Icles. Hair 01. rto..;ri. W. "a'v.-


WIRE VYCXCIN(
For the next .'-) days A. J 'a
kins will order ornamolir Ctt'
fp'30ing At such lowprircs.-iiA
surprise everybody. Y-m ct C1L
any kind. from 2 fPet too 4 f-t.
or vou can geot thle itievit na~jol ''!,-
iro;n funcingtor'i all kinxd..'
you deotire frniing 4f :itiv kit Ii.
leavo your border cat Will J,,',,
Kon'.4 for 3III#- atil'%.(.,WI wl
mon-y and go-t flr-t-vla.- :
t.i-i-dwork. A. J. WA hINI


IDoun't bu!/ (Lflt/iint,
t'arniture or house furn
ingds until tioil hare
Muirston 4- Fiac/is Y
Their prices arelo :H
s~tock- is complete, and
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DAILY


NEWS.


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 17, 1900.


VOL. 30.


NO. 37.


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


\\ LEi AFRICAIN WAR


UViLL SOON END


.'iy Demoralized by
':ih Successes.


1 .,: ..eS l-;tter Sprinar',nsemn
--..-ll"-pirted Tlhait Mt-
n 1 t-en It-Heved--9,rh,
,. n *ir" lltir h d.,rl. --The' t'rr^
S- "1lre-en t'ein, it I t.lrn,
\ 1 lsr'e 17 --I-:,(a:< t.',
; :- i dIlc .to- t'", (' ll")pI, t,-
.! :,- B,.r'. IlHundred- f
.:- are -urr- .d.lrinlz to L.,r i
<1(l :h* 1 i-iut<.l.t.d f.,rc,-'
t.t;ng li- te-rill- tio do lIlk
i..,,n. Lue i- M-y.ver aid (;,-n
'.rz rg I hiave laid down tht-ei
All ty the-ir cau-e i- Lop.--
A nerw otff-r of peace is tn.ere-
.* 1 ,.xpted :ronm Presdent
r.
,-1i.atch fr< m I-thu!ie. dated
.rdav. say-'(enii. 0 tacre's scout.-
,- rint red Sprindafontein and that
I nain column ai- following and
A .1 -o,.n er.ter. The country is re-
-t**d clear of Boers.
It i- per-ist.ently reported that Ma-
'-kig tta'.s be-e relieved. The war
*ice dov,- not confirm the report,
,.* *t coni*s from sources deemed
*.*+nt .
S>,.t.-.a tche from Iurgherldorf
- t.,. :hat Commandant Olivier hats
-uAted hia position at the front
British forces north of the
,;.- river and that several Boers
.%. k-rrentdered.
; re.-,on** to Lord Roberts' pro-
ma:on. four hundred Free Stat-
- :: r-indered ye-terday and it is
*.'d that three-quarteri of the
l-tate troops have returned to
.fartni-, thio-e holding out being
w :jlte W!io have nothing to
-urrender of Iady (;ray was
ruseo of the f-w royalist
t no notiii-'Il tht, r-ebels that
H .,,k had de n. n led the -iir-
.f the town by o'clock. Their
,.o |,l, a d :h loy;al-t it ill-
a 1I -"lit a Ill -'-' er to M:,j.,
:,+llin ,himn *4 thle situi ttio ..
.-t.,> t'.,. I' 'soi' l, ack al, t
I t( t.,ws i ti li; t,* a:r: '. 1
*t.w irti -ii r ;t its-n-
S \ lit iii(lr-'l I" e: -
-" i . l 4If o l l ,,0--||.f in -
S) : + it t ; e i-r* ;a l'i;.r e' 'Itn-
.* A ,. a, N ,rt i all w,.ti:i .L
.- f : e l jr:t l i pr-'i l.i-
w I t 1 !. w a ll -u : 1 ll .IV


i s- ". :-.,I.1 its l il, irl at
I I- I'1 ,**w.
1ar,'l. 17 -T'l' .-r w.- :n
:* (,ve'nt ( ;.rdenl t. i-
S.iinl ..- ihatuirock suppt)ly
... *i *-xnau-ted. some spray-
,- L igh as th. ty shillings a
I: i- e tanated tlat during
*A ,-k twenty toni" of ge-uilne
-iamtro'k and sixty tons of I
wer.- sAold. Every English- t
wearing shauirock int his but-
S. omnimbu- driver* ride under
a o,- and a green fltg flie- at
,r ,lace in honor ,of the gal- t
Sf thie Irish soldiers.

i en ucky Itepublicane l-'irm.
;- I I:. March 17--The ef- a
"iu ,,vet thie republican state c
hy the <4oteblites fell flAt to- i
1'.w' r and 4'ulton were told (
'':-tightgoat liberty if they
..;v, th.ir examination trial. I
y ri fu,'d aid declared they t
i',t accept bail until the *vi- .
.d been brought out and l
..'c."* nee was shown. a
I
1i Ik. March IT -The new
'..tport Sumner sailed to.-
: Nw York to take on nine
..1 -oldiers from Ft. .locuta .s
i'. lippinu s

0C3BEYS BOTH TO HANG.
t" a-ts 1- Trtas" I tha se
stt*- H story. (
v. (.a March 16 -The supe-
n. as adjournei after dispos-
ao eases of King and Buster


charged d with the murder of t
- :. uea. iaSleburst. on March 5 f
,,tey. agIe Iti year-. was
Tr... tr.t A jury. be!s2tei v
fi*t pane', after being out 33 r
S7,:rnai a verdict of guilty
Srumeniarson
S* ')o.b-v was then placed on i:
t.Pe jury. after being out 10 p
r"'urn*d a verdict of guilty. v
-re ,tutnveed to be hanged on
an I cunviotinm was one of I
.-t :.I 'he u s:ory of the state. ;;
wV.. be haltged in exactly :,
aun niue days from theo te iJ
waq committed. and this
n n th* part of th* ca'rt
"' ;,iv1 them from lyncning.
u '- now quiet and no fortue

niptIed .As ssl t. t
I. *a March 16 -Tnetown "
ver a negro man's attempted b
Mits Suellgrove, who lives a
S in ies from the city. The fi
1'r .' ,k lot -a M A f


resilted tne eogro*s aovaaoes ana a nes-
perate struggle ensued. Mi.s f!nell.
grove's soreams aiarmod the negro and
he ran off. During the struggle the
young lady waD badly bruised, receiv-
ini several cuts about the head. John
Belding Bitley has been arrested and
identitied by Miss Snellgrove as her as-
saiiaut. Hle a&,srt his innocence.
CoMsatle* *aoes to A-hrevlllo.
ATLANTA. March 1G.-With the con-
o uding of the Bibie conference at the
Tabarnaole Baptist church also comes
the departure fro;. Atlanta of the
Countess Scbimmelmaun. who has been
here during tme past eignt days, and
who bad made a number of friends and
aimuiers in this city. She left today at
noon over the Boathern railway for
A-bevvile, where osh will spend several
weeik in resting af er the h.irJ. al-
thi'nug pleasant, worK -he has dnue in
this city.
<'.rolnfa ('ott',. Mills.
C .M'I:a. C, Marchb 16-The
(.-av-water bleacuery at A:ken.$3oo,000;O
the Ieman m:11 McColl, $ *0:.000. and
::,e A p mill-, Jonesviile. $oo00.0o.
hive fi.ed toeir incorporation papers at
the state capitol The Anderson yarn
ani kniting mill increases from $50,.
000 to $2,0j,000. The total capital pro-
jpcted in cotton mills shis year is (4,-

Wages Advanced.
ATLANTA, March 1d.-As a result of
the conference between the represent.
tive of she Stove Founders' National
Defuse assootation and delegate from
she Irou Molders' auton of North Amer.
iao a general advance ina he wage scale
of ro molders of 16 per ent over the
wage ocale eft I has r been decided
upon.
U:derwo4d In Birmlmghbam.
BIRMxtoKana Ala., March 16.-Con-
gresman Oscar W. Underwood of the
Niath Alabama district, arrived in the
city from Wastbiagton today for a short
stay. In am Interview Mr. Underwood
said he had no doubt that the next
house of represeetaftves would have a
good working Democratic majority.
I-naltentlary For Life.
T LBOTTON. Gha. March 16 -Wesley
Freeman, charged with killing Jeff
Bell a negro. Aug. 12. 1Sbh. was eon.
tenced to life imprisonment today. This
is third trial and a motion has been
made for a new triatL The jury was
out about 34 hours before before a ver-
dict could be agreed upon.
terliy ('audidatt S-bptpp MTPrnti. March 16 -The New (i0.
Leans derby candidates. Lamplighter
and The Conqueror. were shipped to
the Cresont city last night aind barring
accident will start in the derby on next
Saturday.
KilI'l WaIf" td Him -iri.
INDIANAPoLIS. March 16 A'fred
Gregory, a farmer near Winslow, Pike
cnnntr, last nigbt killed his wife and
himself. They leave six children.

ST. 1'ATi('K'S IAY.
r',e *Para.'e Abandonod in tihe Intrr-
este of Ijabor.
Hundreds of people were disap-
pointed this morninti when it was
earned that the ellicers and memn-
bern of the Ancint Order of Hiber-
niani-, under who,,%r auspices it
was intended that the parade itn
hioor of Irela and's patron sai ut
shouldd take place, at an informal
meeting held in the parish house of
ut. Joseph's church imntnediately
after the relitiotus services. had d(-
'ided to alhandon the parade. in the
interests of the labor element of the
itry.
Offeicers of the assoclution ex-
plained that this action wa" resolve d
upon inll consequence of the recent
interruption o0 labor by reasesi f
abor troubles in the lumber trade.
mnd the hardships that might issue
rom the loss of even one day's la-
bor just as the troubles had been de-
*lared adjusted.
The religious services at St. Pat-
'ick's church were largely attended
mnd the sermon by Rev. Father Cas
'idy, of Warrington. upon the hi"-
ory of the holy saint and the faith
)f the Irishi people, was a delight to
ill who heard it.
All of the flicers of the intend-
d(I parad. --hief M:arhal Mik-
b'Leary and his aides. Msrs..I. J.
ulllvan and James McHugh-weze
eady in fullregalia. the b nd wa.-
i attendance, the chief of polnI-c
rith Ihis otlicers. niouait,-d, arid at-


"utded by a squad .f patrolmen on
oot. repaired to the render zvous, the
military were awaiting ti#e order to.
march, and the streets w 're lini'd
With people anxious t-o view tht. p ,-
;ade.
Notwith-t .irdling th!e u iver-.,l di--
ppolllttllt llt, th-'f WtISde:: tI tli
!mana*gr in Alandonii.;z tl, pro-
os.,ed pl ;rade.fo r :t'he re -,', iv iV'!i.
: 11 uiiti%Ar-a lly coillu:et;l i >'1.
T"' addrf-- to givn :at ti ,
pera house Moinay t. -t ht liy H11 .
'. .I. ('< rt:tnor ,l ?tS.tvannal l. V ,:I
i;,' l t 1 ('t c r pe at' f r th- ,l--
;I'; ;::imt wn it or "'t-l, !t'd iby St;*' .t,'.t!.-
,Oi l:lt. f t l ,t! .,d e.
The 1'oli-e C .irt.
Tl.o .mm-un of t' lve cuilprit- ap-
oP:ired on th,' tiotkt in .1Mlyor Hil-
iar.J's 'court tJi' ll0 ni: z. of which
jhre, weret- di-ch.rg d, one turned
vt-r to tihe h-liriat. oLe forfeited hli-
oitj. five were flned. the aggregate
t-nez $--..'> and two. Johni Potter
ni \Vtin. Thompson. runaway boy.
rot Mobile, ere ordered held for
farther proceedings.


on Tuesday afternoon. The score there is but one Pain-Killer, Perry
cards were very unique, being tiny Davis'. Price 25c and 50c.
pin cushions of red and blue satin, -
heart shape, and us each game was
played the winniaig party had a pin SHELDON OPPOSED TO WAR.
stuck in her ctushion. Hearts were
al-so s.upended over oe.ch table with art'toes the Phllipplae War and De-
tnio number indicating the table. ounces All War&.
'rhe first prize, a beautiful Venetiatn Torrpw. March ld.-The feature of
la,. bowl w;as won by Mrs. Morri Mr. Sheldon's paper today was a car-
iedr. TI e -econd prize, a pair of
c:dI:dtli.ts,-. was given to Mrs. Louis tooa opposing the war in the Philip.
Frie -iman. After the garies, a de-' pines. It is the work of Myron A Wa-
l;t'.!ul m-pa-t was .erved. terman, a brother-in-law of Mr. Shel-
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OU[IDTV I N dinning room was most temptingly
Srarranied with tete a tote tables.
SOCIET EV' where a most delicious supper was
wrved during the entire evening.
The Young Ladies' Euchre Club
S. met at the home of Miss etella Falk
Thursday afternoon. After twelve
games Miss Mar&b Kahn was pre-
Informal theatre suppers have tented with first prize, a lovely gauze
been much in vogue the past week. fan. Miss Mel Levy. a silver mount-
On Monday evening Miss Lottie Pitt -d card ca-e. Dainty refreshments
eo;tertained several friends after on- were served at the close of the
j,,ying the laughablle comedy, "Two games.
Va;ra bonds. Thursday evening after attending
Tutesdiy evening Mr. Jai. C. WVat- the thrilling representation of "The
son gave a very delightful theatre Christian,* Miss Daisye Hyer had
party in honor of hi- old college several guests to partake of a dainty
friendiMr. Harvey .McCutchln,the spread at her home on North Bar-
r'uest at present of Mr. Walter Pitt. celona street.

A inost notable occasion waq a The Misses Wittich gave a moat
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14th in-t.hvy Mr. Campbell Avery in friends Tuesday. Covers were la'd
cttrinni-nioration of his twentieth for fifteen and the table was lovely
birthday. There were twelve covers with its beautiful china, silver and
laid, the favored guests being exquisite cut flowers.
MNe-rs. J. E.Baars, Mansfield Mo-
renu, (George Cravev, Buckner Chip- Miss Edna Avery, with a few
ley. McKee McClellan, Theo. D. frierds. spent last Saturday at Fort
Baars.J. Oliver Semmes. James.C. Redoubt, leaving on the 1 o'clock
1Watson. Bert Caldwell, Tom Thames Idummy and returning at 6 o'clock.
and R. H. Turner. Complimentary ; Baskets were carried and a delicious
to his Alma Mater, Mr. Avery chose lunch was enjoyed in true picnic
the notable purple, Sewanee c -lore. style.
The centre piece was of lovely re-
naispance lace over purple satinthe ,Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Keller enter-
decorations,. violets arranged artist- talked several friends Friday even-
ically in bouquets and scattered ing complimentary to Dr. R. C.
daintily over the table to lend their White, who will leave in a short
beauty and fragrance to the enter- while for the summer months, at
tainment. A lovely boutonniere of quarantine station. The table was
the same flower tied with purple daintily decorated inp ink and green,
ribbon was given each young gen- the guests being Dr. and Mrs.
tleman as an especial souvenir. A White, Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Pitt and
delightful menu of eight courses i Mrs. E. E. Saunders.
with appropriate wines was served,
which just such a crowd can highly Mr. Harvey S. McCutchen will
appreciate. Bright toasts were given be the guest of Mr. Jas. C. Watson,
and many song in which all joined, i during the coming week.
those who could. sing, and those who -- -
for the time thought they could .l-ng! Throat sore? There's no telling
-so I was told, and in this way the what a sore throat will do if you
mea-ure of a most charming even- give it "right of way." Uncertain
ing was laid to the score of this remedies often cause dangerous de-
birthday, with the earnest hope thtt lay. Make a cure sure with PAIN-
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Wt,.u-daly night at the Progr. s' in the uniform of an officer of the PRIMARIES IN ARKANSAS. COLD WAVE KILLS FRUIT.
!uh.u was given by the Ladios' R'e-v- United States army with a smoking
o!.iit As-ociation a grand nia-luer- ride in his hand, standing in front of J ff Dav.s nd Senettor Uerry Win In Growers In Ess Tennesnes* and North
adle hall to celeb-ate the Puirin fe- an intrenchment in which are a num- Two <('outies. Georgia taffer Loe.
tival. so prominent in Jewi.-i cir- ber of dead Filipinos, numerous skulls LITTI.E ROCK, March I6 -The Demo. CIHiTTANOOGA, March 16.-The worst
cIt:s. A tmnon. the costumeS alidchr- being seen in the distance. Facing cratic primaries held in Lincoln and to be feared by fruit growers of thi.
alct Is ,..ele(t( d. wtre many orri-inal Unc.e Sam and pointing to the reult
.,:,; amu-ing repreeiitations. nota- of his markmanship in the intrench. Doeha counties yesterday resulted in mountain section of Tennessee sad
bly the following: men:s stands the Goddess of Liberty. overwhelming victories for Senator North Georgia was realihsd in the visit
('harles Harten ,'i and Frank She is represented as asking: James II Bsrry for re-election and At. of the cold wave lai: night. I had
L vy. as marine ,te "Is this what you call your Christian torney Jeff Davis for governor. Davis been predicted that the thermometer
Mr. L Cohen, :in old colored w, civi!;zatto?" defeated his opponents by at least 8 to would fall to 30 or parbaps to 28 andi
inan from Coff, o county. whai w It will be accompanied by a brief edi- 1, while Berry's vote over Jones willbe tbat event tho re Fag som, hope 9th1
v, ry amusing. total note denouncing war in generaL about 6 to I. portions 6f orotards protected by moan-
Joe ,evv, a very fine taffy man. Mr. Shldon quit the editorial rooms J W. Crockett for secretary of state, tain might e sape.
Mrs. Sam Rtoseneau, an Italiat, for an hour and a half to conduct she Abner Gaines for railroad commissioner But the reports at the office of the
dancer, regular midweek prayer meeting at his and Colonel George W. Murpoy for at-. observer this morning show that she
Mr. Philip Klein, troubadour. church. torney general, also won in both coun. mercury dropped to 24 and everything is
Mrs. Sam Friedman. a stundower. Mr. Sheldon in an editorial deonouno- ties. Congressman John S. Little de. frozen over this entire section. Fram$
Joe Jac.,by. a society belle. ing those people who dodge the tax aso 'ated Judge J. B. Wood by a majority growers. who a few days ago were r.
Mr. Dave Kugleman, a country mssor, made the statement that a n i to I in Lincoln county. dient with hopes of a good yteld the
ya:p. Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe bag- year. are in poor pirit, especially as
aMrs Jake I-rael, a fancy costume. l e man ta opoks pays three times Insurance Company il-pudlates. the fruit was also killed lass year ti
Vaird' rdre. Da ono of th*hhethest SAN FRANCISCO. March I& The practically the ame way, althougha
aren dress. clal of (e road. week later than this year. The los by
M-. Menko, an old-time white- At the daily conference with newspa. Chronicle says: The Nippon Marine this trees will amount to hundreds ot
washer. per correspondents Mr. Sheldon was Insurance company, limited, of Osaka. thousands of dollars.
Mrs. Mei.ko, "the swellest coon in asked why he did not publish thenames J l has cancelled and repudiated all
tow. of toee with whom he made the com- risksand policies written in its Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup is a remarkable
Mr. Nathan Forcheimer, a duke. parsons and he replied: ame on its behalf in this city since medicine. A dry, ticklingac hacklnr cou l.
Mis. Da;sy Colhen, America. "Becase they are legion. This coty January last. aggngating about 850* the warniia Ithat coitarmption lurks seo.
"Mr. and Mrs. Mimpkins." repre- is full of that class t people and I did Such is the information which 'eds o therer oco cur t 'uandl
rented by Ike and Lep Hirschman. not think is right so stale out a half came a the last mal from Japana to I trouble.
Miss Theresa Stone. Cotton. dozen sinners and give their names. If she co(apany's aego ta s cnty Is -
Loui Simon and Dave Cashman, I could have given the tire hI l, is not known what caused the Japmes I "Cape May" at Eugene Arbona'e.
old timers. might do so, but that would be impoe, directorate to take suoh atio-.
Misses Gertye Hirschman, Han- sible. I do not know that I would print a
nah Hirfchman and Minnie Sack- them anyway. I am looking into the Editor's Awtl Plight. avy Clai io Vr .alvaeI-.
man. school girls. future and beyond to remedy the evil FRXaNDINA. Fla. March 16 -Mr.
Herman Greenhut, rough rider, and to persuade people to be more hon.- F. M. Higgins, Editor Seneca, ThoRiI EIn. Fnderwriter's arcmh l hI.
Jake Stone, a Chintaman. est in the matter of assMemente." (Ills., News, was afflicted for years T s ~s u ne the
Fred Simor, a servant girl. with Piles that no doctor or remedy been in the city investigating the sea
Morris Hautemann. a prince. IOBBEI) THE GhAVE. helped until he tried Bucklen'.. Ar- ter of the grounding of the Briflu&
Hr in ri nica Salve. He writes two boxeA steamer Rochampton. on she outer a
Herman Berl n.a dude. A startling incident of which Mr. wholly cured him. It's the surest of Cumberland sound. on MarohY. The
Mias Rots Levy, a school gir"l. John Oliter of Philad elphia, was the ; Pile cure on earth and the best s'-,ae tug makes claim of f$,060 aMlvage far
Many other nakerr in dtniune u. -ubject. is narrated by him as fol- in the world. Cure guaranteed. towing the vessel off. which theuadero
Between the hours of ten and elev- lows: "I was inu i most dreadful Only 25 cents. Sold by W. A. D'Al- writers' agent will possibly allow. The
n,. while Itarrios'orchestra was ren- condition. My skin was almost yel- emberte, druggist. vessel was not injured in say mame.
during in exqui-ite strains Angel'- l, .es s unken, tongue coated. ...
.serenade. A group of lovely forms, pain continually in back and sides, Don't nePlect to attend the "Allba TO CUriE A representing Antgels lnoatd grace- t1 appetite-gradually growing Haywood'" ent.rtai!tin,-int at ('Clut- rI.' uI I A
.ully into the bsll room. while satin weaker day by day. Three physi- ter's Hall Monday evening. Secture rake lg. ribbons caught from shoulder to iants had given nme up. Fortunfate- seats at letter'ss. YOu wi I ) ru .ts .u. r tv's mitturn i. t f lto
-houlder, binding in union tl'e ly. a friend advised trying 'Electric pleased and amused.an l at t!.,,.- ..", ,, .. -
:ingelic crowd, the foremost of th- "e B,i:tr-." and to my great joy and time true charitv wily II .. t.
were \Mises Stella l'alk. L[,ii" -irp rie, the first bottle made a de- H. P. 0. Elks' clarity fut.d. Ii B-, l.onay i- t,." h4-st b.,er. Eu-
Kahn and Mr-. Ma:x Boar. .1 i- cided improvement. I continued gene Arbona.
. !r th K fli holding the rih)no, t'i-md their use for three- we(k<. and ami "'Paul Jones" at Euge-ne Artho'-m t ,--
thus .'uid!llrg tht' en:ietire gloup 't,e fnow a well mnan. I know they ___;1v_ -


Pure Blood
i- th- b, -h d fenl e agsin t dis,.e-r--
and Hot-te-ter's Stomnach Blitter-
;i;ike~s -:hltl;y hl,,d. If yo-u wain
to get w. it .a id keep well, t.ke it
te :il:Irl'y. It will keep tr.e bowel!
-ictv" a and cures all -iach stoirach
Iliorder. as. dyipep si, iidige-' tin.
-lu:'gih liver. wak kadlmuwe, rtala-
ri fever and azr.oS. i,-e th!at a
Private Revenue Stalmp cover- tht.
neck of the bottle.


A safeguard
Againn(
Sickness.


Hostetter's
Stomach
Bitters


ny life, and robbed the grave of an- We are Sole AzentS For
other victim." No one should fail
to try th-"nl. Only )cents per bhot- Kay-r & Allma',. C('has. M. N.
tIe at W. A. l'Alemiberte's Drug Keilen'. and Cleveland Wall P.p.'r
store. Co's. Finely Wall Papers Full lino-
..... ,,f "t iilef. J. E. lR o-s & Co. No,. 11
Elks charity fund is opn to all N. Palafe x. Phone :.-'4. 2f-tf
in ineed, regardless of race. s-ex, na- a0 -
tionality or creed. And thl" enter- Don't Pay $40 and $50
tatinm entt at Clutter's* H>l-11 M Indav f,'r E'vvIN.,, M- T (I?% FS hS.I V V i
eve-n ing for the benefit th-reo.,f will f-a l IY .- an ke ithen y:id
bh a: ro-fined and artistic a- the ob late iy :l'*-ven b nt atk(). w.M trl
ject thereof, good and worthy. lt irgiai r Furuiture H,--, f,,r fron
$lu to S3<. Our houa.isehold furniture
Bartholomay Beer on Draught at 14 equally as cheap. Call anldI -.e
Eugene Arbona's. the big stock.

Elegant bed room sets, or DURHAM Cigars have
cheap ones, whichever you no equal. For sale atI
want. at Marston & Finch's. D'Alemberte's.


Who is Rader ?

He's is the Furniture
Man.

Your Credit is Good
For -'iythinrg i:, our IWuese. We have
at .r. a;-- rt;u.-r: f Couches. Bed
L ,':;. -. 'o'lit H,.ts ;and Bedroom
,,iiit,.. Iro i l-d-t,.;ids( at $1 up.
0. M. PRIOR'S
Bargairn Furniture House.

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


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2 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 1900.


EMPLOYVMINT OFFIL(E.
R ng up 382 or call at the office.
II North Palafox street. when mt1
eed of a carpenter. B. D. HoffinaD.
Busineo Agent of the Carpenter'-
.adJoitners' Union. will furni.h you
witb the desired help on short no-
tice. n25"tf


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Fuel Gas




Alphabet!
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wa sn ANCIENT who
to burn wood.
ij for BILLS that ihe
when he could.


was the COAL that lie after-
wards bought.
i; the DIRT and DIUST that it
brought.
is the EVIL t.he'e- things
brought to pI..t
was his FOLLY in not u-ing
gas.
is the GAS George u-ed in hi.;

is the E IG HT of ijy gas
brought to his hiomne.
is the INDIAN: lie do~.n't
u-e GAS.
cannot u-, it. fr J s tthe
J ACKASS.
is the KITCHEN wh *re GAS
it tilh- fl;-l.
it th e LAI'NDRY. thit-y'r
bthi of t-iu c.,il.
i-; th!- MONEY. .aved- by a
.vi- Uanizu-.
is for NOW. the;- best tim- for
a chance.
i- the OFFER twhe C onip;any
makes.
i- the PROFIT, don't make a
ini-ta k -.
ie for QU'ES.TION : :i qiue-s-
tion at aili'
is tl.h RANG E yoVll should
buy be-fiore Fall.
is the SAVING ,you make. If
you d,.
i- the TIME and TIOUB'LE
-saved. too.
i- the I'NION ,f Comfaort
and thrift.
is VEXATION, now cut it
adrift.
iA WSISDOM ill having inm
chaige
plus i hree Dollars to buy ai
Oas Ralige.
is for YOU. please observe t,
you pass.
is our ZEAL to supply you
with GAS.


UAS RANGES $13. Co0nicr-d F rc.

Pensacola Gas Co.,
NO. 3 S. PALAFOX ST.


James Huglhes'



Boiler Uforks


Steamboat and Sawmill
Work a Specialty.

S.'ni Boiler-. Tank- and Sheet Ilion
Work MalnufactILtur d and It e-
paired. i;'- I- it: ing **t4
All Ki.'I-.

809 tI 813 cth 6 Palaf 0 StreCi.
P.<. i ; I ::' e .


I'ENSACOI -A -


THE HEINE ACADEMY OF MUS1iC,
No.,- Nor: "aian fox P-t ri*t .
MISS IEVELENE W. HEINE. Pr~incpal.
MISS IDA MIAGGIO. As'itanf.
Vo&Ce 4 jhtu.-. %\'.11i in:oii l'. tp.


Best Patey~t Flour.
Our 1)',,,:f f.'(/ II .4oya1
Patent is t/.'c iws! i7,u r htli f
can" be ril'd p.(.

Forget .7Ve XAol .-S:owle of
the best Ricw kfavf Foody on
Mhe market.
.411 inade lyThec 0. E.
Stariard .iAiili Co. and, fur
sate iby Ae'wOrleans Gro-
eery Co.
JA4S. .1-1-11177".
Phone 10.5. Proprietor.


IWVIAPI9ULLS
M atwe. i at.' I oft rb"e-S.t-.
br wfUrp;"'1%ENGI(LI%11
_________EN MrS 4W4 SMd wa t-la.


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c ;t- ':;i. I ro.. c nur has es
.~ j~ F it i i iiP ut-nt stea-'boat
;. i ('. '--'a r -, t1:.- bio t to make
,: L-- t r.' ... trorti Ev.inavl.ie to
!.- :i. '..e I: I L, Ia ,e two
S, .," ,-- w-*k. Thie L > ai t.. ar.:i
.,. ,-. .r t i o ..e w i:,.i ia :pc-irioa

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-"r : u.e ..te o iai.ra P-aciic
m 11,. ,-y *.. ;., c. ,r*.i-" r M .,rgao n ineof
p : u N : -. \ rk to (-;alves-
"* i. e ; I r i N -- Yi rkT New
* >1,asl I-. r":' *i, .'i- '' ti ?mti"v are
.w I. in:-' it., ui -I-1'r1 tuo cr i '-u"-
l 1 a i it :*a! L Ia .I- l

S}' I\. !'-"o M .rI .a -- The
-.i,h-u u a'-L'::: c omnnVy has so:d its
!ea.;p,3 car in:eres' to tbe Pullman
c>;*i:.naaV which, beginning April 1, will
oeral-e s*ernig cars over tue system.
iA b conli1epraoion is said to have been
.ibjut $,..id.U.v.
It v. as nn lri<.i lawy r whit in spesai-
Ing of the lde:i;h of a c(lliague said.
**lie lft a brilliaiit future behind him."
IINGERIN G IA GRIPPE COUif'.
G. Vache-. 157 Osgood St.. Chica-
go, say: "My wife had a very se-
vere case of Iq Prippe. and it left her
with a very bad cough. She tried a
bottle of I olevs Hor.ev and Ta- and


SEABOARD AIR LINE

PERFECTING PLANS

Williams Elected President
of F. C. & P. Railway.

ANOTHER TRUNK SYSTEM

Consolida.iton of Linos to constitute
the (rGrrater Stuboard Air Liar.
T e-re. I. No Injuanction Against Car-
ryieu Out Agremnernt.
NEw YuRK. March 16.-At an im-
portant meeting of the directors of the
F'orida Central and Peninsular railway
held here John Skeiton Williams was
elected president to succeed H R. Du.
val, E. R. St Johu was elected frsrt
vice president, Joha A. Henderson soeo-
eod vice president and general counsel.
D. E Maxwell third vice president and
D. S. Porteous secretary. W. F. Coch-
ran and Ernest Thalmann were elected
to the board of directors to succeed R.
Fulton Cutting and Mr. Bayard Brown.
The rest of the board was re-elected.
After the meeting of the board there
was a conference in relation to the pro-
posed scheme of consolidation with the
Seaboard Air Line. It lasted until late
in the evening. President Warfleld of
the Continental Trust company of Bal
timore was present at this meeting.
The preparations for the consolida-
tion of the different lines which are to
constitute the greater Seaboard Air
Line are rapidly nearing completion,
and it is expected will be completed
within two months. Mrs. Williams
authorized the statement that there is
no truth in the report of granting an
injunction in Baltimore against the
carrying out of the consolidation agree-
ment.
RATES TO BE MAINTAINED.
Itallroads West and Southwest Enter
InIo Agreement.
MILWAUKEE. March 16 -Local rail.
road agents today received a circular
announcing in effect that the leading
railroads in the west and southwest had
agreed on a plan to secure the mainten-
ance of tariff rates after March 15 The
circular is believed by shippers to be the
result of a conference between the ex-
ecutive officials of the leading railroads
and the inter state commission.
It says tha: the railroad@ pledge them.
selves to tue interstate commerce com-
mission and to each other that all of
their businme shall be conducted in a
lawful manner. Tae also pleage them-
selves, each to the other, in respect to
all traffic transported after Marco 16.
1900. t(at they will not under any cir-
cumstances pay or give any sort of
stipend rebate or consideration of any
character or free transportation in any
form to shippers or to persons repre-
senting them. and that the printed tar-
iffs wi.l be lived up to.
A SHORT RAILROAD IS SOLD.
Considerable Speculation as to Who
Is Ihe Real Purchaser.
SEIaMA. A4a, March 1d.-The B.r.
mingnam. Selma and New Orleans rail-
wav, a short line running 'A miles out
of Selma, wat sold today to F. M Ab-
bott of West Point. Miss.. who repre.
scouts some New York capitalists. The
road bring, l1,.00j bales of cot:ca to this
city. besides other freight.
It is said that the road will be ex-
tended on to Linden. the county site of
Mrea n, and thence on to the Tombig.
bee river. Taere is a good deal of
speculation hee as to 'ho boigh: the
road, v.ari n ram ra being afloat that
it rs the Motle and Onin wh'le others
Tay the Lou.ville and Nashvile. Thnete
is n", du'ot ibat the roed is bought un
for onmehto iv. It is even hinted that
tne eab.a:at A:r L.:ne is the purchaser.
--
N PI;'. h'or D.leatI-e..
Cmi \'TN,'-ti.5. March ),;-It is an-
2-ne id nere tai-ay that represents.
lives ot te Southern. Luasvillo and
Naus:v:;.e. Na.hv.ie, Cnattanooga and
.~t Loui s-ui I lino:. GCentral railroads
harv, hsld a coe'erjnce tand adopted a
c r:o'l rln o ihat no ias.ses will be
I-!I i th:-t y 'ar in deegitea to either
t;e i, u.ti.-can or Dl)emocra;ic state con-
v.-rono., bino of w icn wiil be held in
N..imv:i.a A uitf,)rm raie of 1 cent
tc tnm. e--a v,.y -has Li.ea adopted.

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Fr-rtunp ell,-ii'-Reni:.:e ef urk
m~an M1 iss -~alur


IIr .; i~tinii r of V '-lafI ?o

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Doihit fail zoo titicke-.-; 1.ic4 '
ceqt't. Bowtiefit e It '. 0(. F!kz t-[nr-
Ity fund. t~q.li a-i Hall. Mta:.dav
evpniing. 191?h inst. iiil2tf

CASTOR IA
For Infants &M Childn.
The Kind Ysu Have Alwayse Bought
Bear's tao


ACTS GENTLY ON THE

KIDNEYS, LIVER

AND BOWELS

CLAINSES THE SYSTEM
,, EFFECTUALLY,


OVERCOME f

IA PERMANENTLY


iBU THE 1 E IMtqVINt-MAMINTO Y

(iNIApG,6SYRVCO.

foSAUL BYSal toiG fr 0ou ssTTi aR
I',rri.-d to 'Fratilkt;,rt.
Io:;icti.i.. March 16 Ofricers
s:ared ir Frinkfort thLs aaorning with
S:retr.ary of Stata Powers. Captain J.
\V. Davis W. i. Culton ail Holland
%n-;ttaker. tiae four prisoner.v wao aro
held ag alleio,'., access ritrs to t;uo assa.-
s;unti,; oot Governor Go..-Uol he men
wvili be eveu a p-e imin.iry bearing at
Frankiorr. lue auparLture was w;ilh-
cu'; nlcidelt.
II -l lli t <.k iHear a ,t.
Uric. N, N Y March ICt -Toe Mo.
hawi: Vaimey hotel block at Moiawir
was burned eariv this mtnruiini. It con-
taine-. Lesiden rie hotel, five stores, toe
po-totice. the offioot of th-i town cierk,
justice or peace., innraucs ofilces. m.-
sonic hall antt op-ra nnou'e. Tau losses
are estimatedatt $I00.000.
1l;W'.f- C.0yVWT-d.
Sr Il'is, March Ili.-Tuejury in the
case of Mrs Honr;e:tA Btnberger, the
i'dwi.'e. today returned a v-riict of
guilty of the charge of nitnslaughter
and tixed her puniubment at five years
in the penitent ary. It wva charged
,hat she ctn-ed the death of Wi;hel-
muia Soceri.
u'g of-r irT.-r .-,.
L -t ;isiLI.E, March 16 -Mr. Ciarlas
Smuth. the Chicago turfinan, today re-
fused a check for $.10,030 from T B.
Carter. also of Chicago. for h:s colt
Lieutenant Gibson.
Dr. Arnold's Widow i)Dead.
LoDoo., March 16.-Mrs. Arod, the
widow of Dr. Thotnsa Arnold. the fa-
mous bead inaster of Rab.y. is dead.
T O inmary p opl Ioseo v: iii':li'-
time in exper-i'n:iile with
ci'i,;i h andi cold cuiItf-'. 'I !. y -hI'ii'd
t.akt- Foley's Honey a;.d Tar b, fre it -
tou LATE. W. A DL'A'i'. l~ i to.'

SI laie ly war.l;.

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also 11'. [T. Green r -Co."'
S. Palafox Street.
OR ADDRESS

W s W 9 WI L KINN'SON,
Greenville. Ala.


o all f I h n r. :- IW I1't1. oy i*.
i ll ali l fl Wht u'r. TI :1 u V.CI IA h li TV A

n t i tI I k I -,r,,ut..A I .in ~
fr TI ... 0. t i P. I Fo. 11101 '.t t.
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Judz-(1i-)oIPro.hpkt-Court. Bfsc'.-r C. lujit.%
A I ibti-ma.


:c1zGCOLAYY


Grist and Corn Meal Mills,
X. F. GONfZAIhEZ & CO., Prop s,
Manufacturers
CHOICE MEAL AND PURE GROUND
STOCK FF.FI).
Patronize Home Industry. for tbhr, 1i
every reason you should buy your Meatl and
t*toek teed from tiie H ifc.- Manufacturer.
ror ty so doing you enconraire bone indus.-
try. Your mnopr.y left ii the commrmn ty


for Infants and Children.
Castorla is t harmless mumbstitute for Castor Oil. P,.
goric, Drops and Soothiug Syrnps. li is PIea;.,t. I
contains neither Opiumn, Morphine nnor other N.irnit-
substance. It destroys Wormns and allays Feverihlm...
It cures Dlarrhtea and Wind Colic. It reli-.ve 'rT.*-ti-
ing Troubles and cures Constipation. It regilht, ti..
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy arn natural .. ;,.
The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears the Signature of


"TAKING" ROYALTY.
The most photograpiew person In the
world is tile 'ri':i,' f WV:les. S.ri.:o
31i.sxmI p!.,oior;-r;ipds of hi:ii are t lI
y :airiy.
T'ih- eimper of erI.any ij,.'s hav-
in r lIF P .I.!.. m1" i.1 :i !. T .re i> a
y,.a:'lvy di'.:,Lr:d gt r 15.'" t f ,his lik,,-
The s:.!an of Turkey i- v< ry di:ti.',:i;
a'., ;;t hi;ii: l.s p ,':,II'n tak n. W\' en
it is over, hioe a"scs i if he had been
thrl.u:;l al vrA tryi tr g o i: al n:id tak..s
in lhaw; I.r.aths. as if the strain had
been i tit;i*.
.iil;nr.i,; Ir:i!:;: .l.1 ih of Ali-;tria has
an i,!dea t hi; lie :ain ipo. himself lo.tther
than aiy ione else. an-;i, Ien' he alw:i~ys
t oo.ses his. o'vn attitulllohs. (In, tihe
lt ,tu aiti!her stoo iuto hi lii iaj.st:y's troti-lers. "Oih, nev-
er ...!. l. r-vidlitl tthe mniperor. "it
would Ie far Ib-tter If you could iron
the wrinkles out of my cheeks."
The oi.' is very peculiar about hav-
ing his picture taken. lie had some
photographs taken some 1' years ago
which lie favors. In most cases be rn-
fuses to iave other- taken. lie glves
ns his reason tLalt hlit frierus vwho took
the pittures nvre lbeen true to bin. and
he wish's to lie true to them. Every
year about Isi.Nm of then are sold.

ITEMS OF INTEREST.
Publishers in Finland lose from Stnl.-
O ti) iI 1 IAiNI a yta-;r dlue to suippres-
i(,*ij of lbiok.s lyv tlie government.
Iiriii. lthe last 12 niontilhs at least a
dlozi.ln 1lplj.liant trailiels hal. e 1-e. u kill-
ed xlio-re il;h;i h!\ta e it-'ii killed in tin
A IL 9-er aitrl .usists of three men,
a v'eterlin iiaid t wo .% .*uni sters. us~ui'lly
.an v.'. ::id,- tw- nihe.wvs. or a father
and tv>o oif his s.n, <..
Thi" Jew! il p,!>:;;itlon of Londonl
Las inoie l!.'a:i lo bi!e!d during thli' p;:, t
'*) yt:iars. It is now estimated at be-
twV -! onl ]lati. lol i ll llI .lilt
-'r. iii.h ':;i',t-'t N4ioild hatvhsve ru.itu
enu'! 2"t 1 !e' l.'0* saloni. ni lthe arch!-
t..t *>r i;,.e '. l :ll: lih.l Iprovidll them
wil i, '!:' f :- iles of l..'uill g!ig

'h' lh.'." Ir h. a s,.hooll)4y in Fair-
fax. Vt., ioi:ght it wonhld he funny to
put rel r p.'r stove. II,' 1Aiinded !n a justice court,
which :i assessed his father ?P.29.
A Tough Proposition.
She--Wy do they cp.ll love the "ten.
dr :,passion." hdo yo'i suppose?
IIe--l'i sure I don't know. It's the
toughe-t thing that ever happened to
liie.-Y:i!kers Statesmai.
Another Fiasco.
IIobbs-VWell, how is the new cook
getting on?
Mrs. IIobbs-She's getting on her
things preparatory to leaving.-Phlla-
delphia North American.
At C. V. Thomnpson't.
Cr'tiue's Ladies' Note Paper. and
i.nvt-lopos to match.
Canibridge Linetn and Envelopes.
Hurd's. Parchment.
Invitation Paper and Envelopes.
Linen 'I a)letQ.
Frosttd Velum and Env-loqipe?.
E-igli-h Note; atin Wove: Ti-sue
l'ar- r; Deatri-on's Crepe.. Etc.. with
:i -.ieiral aszortmovt of stationery.
(C'. V. HOMS, -ON.
No. i0 Smouth Palafex Street.


Indigestion!

WIVe challen5c the world
o10 pro0ihce a rem7 edy equal
to the .4latchless .Mineral
\\ater for the cure of In-
lieStion0 Dyspepsia and
all f, 1ms of Sfojuadc, Iouw-
el Troubles and Skin Dis-
eases. Guaranteed to cure
or money refunded. Cost
only !5 cents a day to use it.
One dollar bottle last twen-
ty days.
For sale by all dru ffisls:


*.ARCHITECT*


--\AND-


General Contractor

Buildi::. !, pa!rin:. Mantel and ( ::a Settin P niht :: .-
and Ga;s Fit:iu..
A Complete Plumbing Department under the
Management of E. B. Morey.
".WArtisti I),csigwls, Estimnates. Pl tn< .ind S,.cilicat:.-
ing of All Kinds, Prepared on Short N':ie,.
\A IA Large and Carefully SI -l. ti# i So,,-k ,f Fint- I it.
Tiling ,of All Kinds. ath Tub-, C I-et-.i:i 1 H.;:-st;,.ld A;Ili. -.
Hot Water and Gas Fixtures.


No. 19 S. Palafox St.


: Telephone No. 344


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Citizens National Bank
OF PENSACOLA.


L. HILTON GREEN.
PKES IDENT.
T. E. WELLES,
VICE-PRESIDENT.


JOHN F. PFEIFFER.
R. M. B'-SHNELL,.
Assr. CASIn, .


OIRIECTORS:
T. E. WELLES. WM. FISHER.
of E. E. M. uiders A Co.
K. J. WHITMIRE, JOHV F. PFEIFFER,
L. HILTON GREEN.


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ESTABLISHED 1863.

McKENZIE OERTING & C)'


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Ship Chandlery and General Hard+r(


408 AND 06 9. PALAFOX STREET.

REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHK A. ROEBLINO'S *
GALVANIZED WIRE HOPE, A. RUS8EL A HON' Pt'l'
Callu, 8rfig, Fals, Oil$, lntil intrinats, Sbarls, 1iril. 6
OOMPAPMiq. IOG1. lTC.
C. McKenzie Oert'ing Collecting Agent for Biar Pilot-" -:
citation.
man mim IMu MiniA MM aIm NG i I


In Use For Over 30 Years.




C has. H Turner.


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A General Banking Business Transw-ted.


Vessel' Accounts Handled on Favoraile T err ',.
Ch.p iBonht 4and Sold, Crdlectii-
.oipspt!y Attended To.

ACCOUNTS SOLICITED.




The Star ILaunIrvI


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 1900.




HAVE YOU DY8PEPSIA 9?ALEN AMENDMENT TL alling T
lV E M 1 LAID ON THE TABLE' a osvl, Apri
I(SCIENCE CALLS IT OATARRB OF THE STOMACH*I I The first .seinC In
[ ,Oof Tuesday the third.
Senate by Vote 33 to 17 Denies Mi.s Belle Kearner
zMiss., will give th8 cou
f ^Const.itutional Rigas. ldree, addinypf int.rjnt t t

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Il s,- st~au, s -.31- cllllan Imroduces
an IuaBp art.' it i aLI. sKNIGHTS OF ii AS.
W4-HJNOVTN. -marci 1 -A'tcr the PenscolaLodge, No.3. K.of P.
", mrning busine.-s bad bees disposed cf
Sl----t toak >. the Por:o Ric:- ugat 7::ur, at C atle laitl,
--- ;' \pr'ingtou b\.i Tne amen*meut of In d tension hall. Wam
th* O.nUate cinmttairtee imcu ing the up al. .rth dily.
S- ------ .- -roDr.l::.u, to revenues collected prior .l H. DV It
to J.Au. 1, 1.0, haviu g teen agreed to K. <.& o.
S est:erd. a rt- wwas taken on Mr. Al- f -
en l's at:. tu *lion t-xtnu.d over tie island. eive Oak Camp No. i oman of he
S-",r Ailein'a amendment was laid on Wornl.
Stia tab.e t:6 o 17, as fo iowi: Me.t frst and th rd Friday n t
S -- ---^ -^ ,. : R I ir mte linerboth. 1 o .lnl nioverelgn cfordt*
S Yeas-Allison:, Baker. Bard, Bever- ally invited. W. W. WArso..
I.....,,-e. Crter,. D.Ivi, Deb l, E *kius. Prevented by Warm Shampoos with CUTICURA SOAP, fol- a. .. i IAar Clerk. C.C.
a r ,ar.s. Foraker. Foster (iaiiingsr. lowed by light dressings of CUTrICUl., purest of emollient
S "..z'. iL:e, HnlLua. liawiey. Kean. Skin Cures. This treatment at once stops falling hair, POLII L hO EI .
.- M.e 1orcaLo-ay. I,.p ge. .1a ri d.e. McCom ts, c B. v
c u* r Manda. aPnro Per. clears the scalp of crusts, scales, and dandruff, soothes irri- Fur leprew.mative.
S':.cha:d. ~:arles. Rwe1, s w 11. tated, itching surfaces, stimulates the hair follicles, supplie-s ..r.y announce, mv,.f a, a eangdda?
u.rp. :- ,. o.,ner. Taurrton, War- the roots with energy and nourishment, and makes the vIo., t,,,l.. ,ttnt,. .,.-c to e-.
;nc. We. tgtoun, WeVmore- 3ti. d,.moratwc primart-s.
SN iv- Ai.eu. baou. ta e. Berry, hair grow on a clean, wholesome scalp, when all else fails. .. th e ,.o,. .
iha;.er. Cantoa. Clark. (.lo.) CLTay
C .crel. Culot,rso. wHarrid Kenney, Complete External and Internal Treatment for Every Humor, $1.25, F,.r eteprel,-nrataie.
'Lmau2rmSn. Morg ia, ltwitns, 'illuaQo, conni-ting of CUT4 UVRA SOAP (lc.), to cleanase Ulh -kin of crusts a¬ SCa3CK anf often I hvrebyfnnounce nv.;f Oa aiendidard
T : h n t I -. to, ino(tantil allay itching, trrijttion, aMr1 for Re pon ol e era~ "ttMo!
|inflammation, and soothe and heal, and C0aTIICURA REaNT ir:LF.I, th rool antd cheane the aoc aletur-, sbeti l to thedi0 -Ind I1rMfA M. c r
AMr. Jones withdrew th) anmndment the blood. A single etis often sufficientta cure themo4t torturting,disfiguring skin, P rimair es.
ie v1erei yesterday and in its place and Wlood humor, rashes, etchings, and trritations, with l.os of hair, when the leat johv-i .1. IlgT .at. .
o-.roe Ian aamendic-nt proposing free clan and all other remedies fail. Sold throughoutthe world. POTTER iDRio AN HiEM. -...
.t- rae twer t. e Unite d e tlte and otr., Props., Boston. alloww to Preserve, Purity & Beautity the Hlair, lands & Skil,"f rre.
4P. rto R:co. It differs from the first I hereby announce myself a a tndadat
_.- aerundment Mr. Jones offered, as the THE OYaTEIL REASON. PROESSBIONAL OARDS. for Sheriff of fKcambaa County. and re-
one be proposed yesterday provided The oyoter in hias bed of ooze. et ap fuly o sk the support of ty friend
.4 DA)E y.Lt.EM.'. mv F Cildli ,.o that the money collected should be Wakt-d with a start from his summer and terPst nont. do t
.*,+ .,' + ,+/ ,.+...."h,,erm.o.de,,nt'i,.^hd ,r+. .no^ h la.ld t reoand to those.who had paid ,L snooze. 'Dr. Ma reel ^ I-Ua5 .....elmr.ea..
M de Sgeman, Superintendent 'least distress, eep well, and, nstd read to those who had aid a O td his shell.and id. with a yawn: .ati W.. Ho
th.' c' wag'o North Side Woman'd of the living skeleton I was, I am now Senator Allison, chairman of the Rai "I fear that our season of safety is gone.
publipan caons of the seeale, today an. For my pleasant dreams were disturbed by Pi enia ---o .
h, f a in a recent letter to Dr. a healthy, fleshy woman. This wse in nounced the steering oommitlee on the jar IU Jir dh Gin:, 01.tr.
rt man. pe'ak, of Pe-ru-na as follows: 1810, aid I have continued well ever Porto Rican legelatio. Itis po That Is always caused by the letter R. 1 hereby announce myself as ermditof
ru-r::i has often been used by the since. I have not been without yo of Senators Foraker. Hae Davis, M An know by e keel of that hideous dence Wgorytreet for leton tsh f
.O'r. .four clutoin cames ofstomach remedy In the house since my recovery. Millan, Spooner. Warren ad KIean. That some of us shortlywillbein the soup!" (flce, D'Alemberte Building. 110.. South fragesand Interestof all my friends.
as I do and will for"it Of soopS Oa oPalaft f Sand general debility--also re- I advise all sufferers to do as I did nd Mr. f oar of Marsachuets, oered And so thy willhe foin est and fattest.
|. v IT" eae- of la grippe, and always be cured. the following resolute o which was filled with th i finest and fattest. For bert1ff
'he molet t.eu-fl-ial roiults. I think M r. John F Schmidt says: Pe--n a tthe secretary of war is directed ndte; coic o e D Wx. b. Dyw,
of P-ru-a- a h.aved my life. or lie years t to c mmunicale to he senate a letter of now for sale. done or raw, ready to election. J. VaRPagi.
SIt to my friends, and am glad to beatdoctors had pronounced me incur- Emaiio Aguinaldo. dated as Bacor, Jaly chaw, at hi. restaurant. You can OIFIOE-Hanuah Bros.' Drag Store.
t ho have tried IL speak a good a bl e. I suffered .,189b, addressed to the Amoeran com. get them by the plate, dozen, hun- For Clerk of the Curtait Coarf.
at. with a complica- manner and forwarded to General Mr dred, barrel dray load, wgon load LDENE-400 E. Jackson Stree I hereby announce myself as a cadida
e- F:ily S. Carsn, Austerlitz, tion of disAos e- rit,. Juir 2, 1N8s." or ear load. Owin to the ru-h of for re-electOn a lerkof the ru
S': :f palpitation of the .Mr Ga.llinger of New Hampshire busilres the servingof regular noelks -- - - and ask Ebea support at the voters
. llartman-Dear Sir: I hadd heart, nervou,,n.-,s, offered a resolution which was agreed will be discontinue&after this week, A. M. M
'r,,utlled with drxpciaa and indi- weakness and dy- a to that the members of the cabinet be but special orders will be served at "ib b r "an- For i rcuit Clerk.
a fr many ye s i pe directed to comunicte to he nat iy hour of the day or night. nnoun my cadidcy forlerk of th
A ditrs atn d con plein ,Arb. A theinmber of clerks in their dspart- - n.in nyunc an#e sonrcoutP fo ,o
anyttiwith an alh andbpgO r ih t the number between pee- Ft ras
-anything with- and %f an a Iin ifed aged and also those who. in whole ett of Onl, a., pimaries. K. !,L. I.a l Oa.LL.
Sut thcreate-4t cured i,.. P --rn- or in part, are permanently incapaci. Mo-t beautiful lire of side hbo ar, ffra hi prr,.iion-1 trviwe" to the cit r rcui lrk.
d .trers after- na c a nnot be -In. F. chmt tated. ever shown i tthe city. W a dobes. ze no Escambia ount:
wards. My folv eiatetn. give < t alt ht Mr. Hoar of Massachusetts renewed with glla-s doors of every d# serip- Esp-,nlattentiongivea !o th, trv'mnnt rby ounc mw acaddtfo
w,,uld come up vour mndi.ine to his request of yesterday that a date be tion, fraan the ch..apest to th, tlipe-t. of bhron'e Ii.a lma r I)-a-.e. ,f thu otlhr af el-rk of the circuit court of-
and my stom- my children for the varion-u litlle ail- fied for the taking up of the case re- Roll-top secretary ca.ie eleg:itlly 'hIrty ainv -Prit:'':e th. irh. hav the 'asuppnrt of my frnda ard tit
b beam nt whh n little n, d th lasing to the seating of Mr. Quay as flnihed, a fine line of china chopet.,. 1 ,T tle 1!ouT :- 1a. l. to 12 In.. : to 4 p. m. voterag.nraly. J,,Vi r LA RtA.
,'h begam,,' tnf wh:,'h zan,.v littl t senator from Pennsylvantsi and asked and everything; cont titnedl in n first-' ie.sidence Ph2ne No. -.l
veryweakfrom r',.ult I th.at tht, "., ntev,'r s", k, ht tht the time be fized at two weeks cia:s furniture store at U. M. P3ror*Q sp,-.T-,nnt jtiluuq-rrn ifsca
fasting, as I always .-:,,ng and healthy. I have from next Tuesday. the consideration Bargaini Furniture Hou-e. I herebrannouncemy.ifan a canddte
preferred t a eu gained S, ,) j. aunds .xwe taking of the ca-e not to interfere with appro. for re-el.etion a. Tax 'oll'tor of Ese "
without f o d' Pie-ru-na." prias on halls conference reports, un-. u = A D Wimer Ha//, tam county, and a.k the support of mpro
rather than.u-- '"o many people have what is called fini*.ned business or the Spooner bill Bears the 1lit nd You HaAIWays 8 A.II.HJ'AL.EVa,,.as
-rthe cn.-- d~ spepia thout having the ihgtest conferring authority upon the president
,',.u1,1d 't no r. the day nor dutpiemp f|,at catarrh vf the stomach is to gor.rn the Philippines. presidentuDENTAL SURGEON, h= Uolletor.
t r dms nator McMillau today introduced a 5" The many friends of Judge F. B. IHonifay
I tried 'v.rV rormedy th, ca-tse. Suh people take peptin and bill 'ro prevent robbing the mail." MlSmic Tompis. Phone $64. havin ,,ahid i slt .,,a-,eit h-rebv r-
r tie- cure of d-wpep.uia a thousand other things, vainly hoping The bill provides a system of post J. T. Sterherl ha' a la''e' soor of -:icehinntaa county at thf arnsuin sel l,.'
I, a-: in,.tit. At la-t I got t,' g~t well. But the catarrh remains, checks to be sent through the mails in. m,-tt of Rolid Stirling silver an d ...A.NY ,VYrab
f :',.-ru-na. I ..,nfess I ha.! ... I of c.,urse the dyspopsia remains, stead of currency. Rivers Knlve.. Forks aid ~p,.**r mnr Tx A ,r.T.
t. a. I had tn s, oftun di-at P. ru-na cures these cas-es permanently toIt ohry announr mTax las a r and.dt
but in a ali 'r s,, I ft't n:u.h lv rvm,,vingthecauso,which is catarrh. Ta, llonnr Virginian. If !ott are read!, 4to to ,** rr 'lax Aseasor of Es m -an county, sub-
,. -'F. l di. not di.r.-' it. .t-+ru-la has cured more cases of dys.- W 5 mNOTO'. March 16. In the Ihupose-keeA in+., let'Mar l8n..sS JUt to. lie ction f, If t,,,. ,oeratoc pria-
.I ,,n'*ni.. it1 use, and, after pepsia than any other remedy in the house today. Saturday, March 24. wu d. Finish/furnish /our house Iantron or the tax pay.vr and wildo a .w
.- 1 ,zen bottles,. I was a well world. Address Dr. Hlartman, Colum- set aside for paying tribute to the mem- r du t ecr detail as I did when I held
.. I can cat anything without the I bus, Ohio, for a free tbok. ory of the lare Repreo.niative Sydney o i. ey wll, Sae {/Ou the eoce before. o.. ItRxnw.
P. Ere. of Vargi,,. After agreeing to moneq/. Your credit is rood; Palafo Street, eow A,,so..
ehe senate tmendmonse to a number of with them. Pat t The candidacy of William W. itachards 3"
*h',- t ,eal ah,,,,,rs!*. t.-rti.ray'* ,'t il. pension bill-, the house went 0a0o -om. lf- .a & O1 lo day ou ne re-*l
"- hat 'l weather af- BEas.i March 106-The third read. mittee of the whole and took uapthe Pefor.rrEycambiaocounty,,oubjeotso tIh
.. rcaC y b deration of private bills reported 1~saton of tht democratic primaries.
-' 1 I, it bhw z r(o. I tug of the meas inspectIon ball is ex- from the committs* on claims. W ho. ns R ader


1`4-6, i t being from ,u..s La ....... ar .............. Furniture so Cheap for .
I -u-' Pa.,t cant being fi-om te central assoiation ** * ".u ,. V'-v^ ?"fc m'|]r f\ ufIor the action of the democratic primary, sad-
of Germa.manufacturers. a proection. Isn't abe,? e ask the support of my friends.
tat organiuimion. The central bureau Bobbs-Yes. but the peach crop has Cash. W-..L.A E. Afmyrins
Too Buer to ReaL. tor the preparation of commercial been frosted.-Raltimore American. - -- For Cornty Treasrer.
tresties issues a stajeme.t showing bow T ILI hreby aonoune myself as a eandidte
American rerai tioR would affeos Ger- A LITTLE KNOWN VACrn.L for renomination as treasurer of Es eambe
l fl I e county, subject to a decision at theemus tagg
\ mau sappmg. That the mnnjority of serious di-- fltdy IS IT X Of democratic primary election, and reosesf-
eases originate ii disorder of tne fully solicit the support of tI he voter. of
a\Prolabd.arn KletineOfa kidntes Foley' Kd te i d Fraillrs, .tuIin, $0. 0 will buy 100 acre of land nortb county, pld ing myself for the future t0e
SFol \reys .d ney Cure dt 3of thecity and westof ouldin ame faithful performance of duty that I
w, GAssVtIu.r. G_.. March 15.-The guaranteed. Try it t-davy if vwou aret sly 4 witl buy ) a res adjoining city tenureorheo f. J.W.
contemp1a ed probh:btion election in not feeling well. W. A. D'Alein- 2000 mlt"..
IHall county is off for the present This berte. will buy four /1 volil bloeka Ih or Januce mo the P fare.
.-Ji afternoon Ordinary Rudolph made a .3.. .a. Ond a rood boven room house I hereby announce my eaodldacy for r
(nvs ,,f he puxol tiled with him ~e will launder your spreads for This property is in New City. election to the oace ofJustice of thb. PO ea
canvas'l u u putZO l_7 for the reonol Imlutrlct. subject to tfe a- i
San\ found there were z6t -ames which ttcenit each and liake theii loo)k -) A will buy 7.50 acres between Big Li fth.' nonniattng prcmarie. e|
maus come off because they were not like new. Star Laur.dry. Bayou and Little Hayou. Tbh BoYKI. Jo.rsg.
ed Voters TOf s nbncs ar mtdh ----- property hasa water front on the bay: alsc -- -
quat7fie voters Tade number made on Big Bayou and Little Bayou. For J.,sice of the Peac..,
more tat, one-tenth of thw peutioners CALL AND INSPECT wll buy one of the bt re At th .uetlon of numou frend.
andi therefore ne could not orr n dencs on West Hill. ituated hereby announce my candidacy for JoI- II
Seon had. The aplton treet cr line; has 9 rooms and all mod of the peace of te city district. u
Line of Iron uid Bra'. ernoonvenlences. the action of the nomination primarle .it
I.,t.ta.ing.on A qIr- R-alrod. BEDSTEAD at 6000 wi huy lot with ha ft front ot _. L-
|*-.-1 .t l wttle iE' Nv.c aYoRK. March 1r c-It has been r Ti, Fri CfPfis x e om treet. aaouti of upreende
ltth !-,."'" iN YO. March I, L -It hal been (wry. Thii can be imninddiately utilized foa 'r:h ruprntend .
S. it. i'- T t.r.'t repolti that the cegotiatio's whe . bulunes purpow. I am a odidate for county t uprtoB 1
is ive Thf p Ro1l catpublic m,.tricti,,. subject to ,he
. ...' r::;, l Coihs P. Hunting:on is carrying on for Five Thousand Rolls ,...$7000.wm" h,,uy" ,t -"" t fr ron.t ,or ,,., ,. ..
f the Huton buy it.< lr itri t rt>ont o d licrt th- rirmarmes. of thI FrsecnI county
the purpot oof Wall Paper in stock, all of the la- eaniz and ie, ft front -.*n Wright. Thi. voter, for al-ur above-ranut d pJ.-tion.
Sll" U nterloo. ,s &,l, West Texas had reached a property as ie ctteao an t and tit ers .lse M. Ta rr.
S., pain t which a deposit or tock with t-qt patterns, and more coming. plenty of room to build s dozen liotu,s more .
... Bi:r & Co had been arranged for. It Prices from 8s to $1.75 er roll, J. $8W0 wilI buy a t,!-,om ret,.ne, f.r n.h, uperine,.ent.
S.r .e setatd that stock was now be- os & o., No. alax, a ,r y b-.tw.a Pala- To tio. \,oter4 of Esmciria county:
d ... rt .h ,ht, firm Phone 3t2. 24f-tf fox add Tar airna strs. I ht.-r-ty announce mY*veIf arandit e fto
Si de,,,. eposited with tit firm. _r_ _ tl r4r" r l wilL 4c.a rlnaia of anmisk tb up'irloat 0f1 m
$*000 I 'ITl Hn --, n-- farrm wil ,|.;.nt, rointyanrtof->
S. ., Fr It 'or It e llors.. EVERY DIROP ,d B ,t.. a r'nt: tilli r ( rils ait te- g, :.-rally. .
S. n -_,ant property .,,r rrn:k ftrin:iin ni.d i iL..
. ,. -, ... L -vi.t !-. March 15 -T. 1 Carter, t.iry p turwaxs.r Ttili place I- 'nnt outid t
Stee iwea.'uv :ohorsmrnau. has ar- '-, THE BrE'T BEER OL(I) IN th"a tbvnt'. F'or t p rl ntendrnt f uli In- '
i i:.n the city and made a bonafide PENSACOA. $10,000 part f i't feel ..
| .' r ,f 2, .0.'. ) for Lieutenant Oibson. r, fr "'T, 'r ,. f a. e r la o r y:r
S- Carter iiui.id an .tTer of 5 .J ror R '1 ..ta ta o '. of C' n.ty 'ouperlnti" -
. horse a few d-'y ago. Yesterday' aeSer OS, I p .l.,t ,.r p .h.a,- an-tr.,cton anr>o will h
Se. -, : .-r t. It to ...) after look naz 1,r,,l .vo;. r- t.'Tl.v t *up coprt t f ny fredme
'Ar- v r the col: at Cunrchill Downs. J-_ Ell AGENTS. * l cr.wn prCo/ i-tni. . .ooK.

Stat .r March 13i aroi. A '- ES b Sid P erf aza. ,,,..,r ,t..r ..i a,i ,, n.
n en ,,uon of the Prbhibition party in it.i- rnty ana*ho'y fafir i e-r Noruf .
S -:. :: , Alama s c:Ied to meet ,n E-mmgi h The Jug' Trade H. Lf 'A.,," rrlo H r t
1 .,., R.*.' ham on March 28 to nominate a ticket TeJ g # T A. WITaa A. ," H:,'t w. .
--n .rr'. -I u pt a
.' a-a ca2 1. I i.t ; for state officers, to elect delegates to Is Our ASpecialty.-.*ir '.. l. rd.
S the national convention at Chicago and Btche and Green G ocer. .o o..
attend so other business for the interest Prompt Delivery arnd Sati!-fact;': I hBeva-drciGc.l to air,. t >.cms ar andMate
r*rt of Endle Chals. of the party. of medicine that ,ot-s in 8a Guaranteed. PHONE172 ,:-nit. -ub-.t t, t-. .t,.n of the tem.o- .
.. prescription filld i- thii- str, is P.Hi. -rurbl- Iv WAn. t
Sr. -. i: awully unf'nu GOING IX)WN HILL. perfectly pure. Pure drta Inh. n -rk r o Fres.h Ternn'saee and Native Meats '" pr:nu'- '.. A '
o ploe autTering from kidney di-- .-peedy recovery. Poaor drui n-:i; L nD llheisser Bros. C!,ickeni arid Country F'r Memhwr (<'..I Bard.
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 1900. 5


PEOPLE OF THE DAY.
judre T f-rnry Clay Caldwell of Ar-


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I .a -,4-r v laait vman. vas
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tootiuns and His M hale.
Siu-i)UA c.41napiist-iuS ;iiof


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f '~'It:;Itat tialiihattaniiBeach
;:aue~ill The a- is~tio.
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L a l l-. il : sinks 111into co -
:,1v: expressions, but catch-
S and r,P.':It li hat lie said ill
:;, ::I e: Y l': ones.
1. ,ri( t-. e he i' the t3 pical man
H;H, hair anil beard are al-
":: ';lyv late antl form a sharp
-* d t bliue lla'ik fro'k coat he
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Mrs. aammlmg it Paries.
I:'ti:l NiMa:nititg will represent
*'l Slnt.-et.s a:l t1Ie I'laughters
\:;n-r(. an I'e\ 1.1" the' I[.it...ette -.tatue in ':ar-
.-*tue is the g:if of the IaDullZh-
nMrsI Matini't is e president

., Ie lion;' i n '! Albany. Mrs.
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DAA.mKL MANIN.NG.
t 1 .erc she has a distin-
S* f trIunds. Daniel Man-
S::&I of theii treasury dur-
..:, first adminlstratiou.
S' coLtinues to hold the
.e -* ~.ecured during the
: :a life at the capital. Mrs.
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LARGEST IN THE WORLD.
The Pumps Commneted With the New
Orleas Drainmae Systeam.
A young man with neatly creased
tr,.uers and a pearl pin stuck in his
cravat walked over to the gray marble
b; itchboard in pumping station No. 7
and pulled up a small lever. A dozen
feet away was a steel turret rising
wenit high from the floor, and a faint
humming sound became audible from
Its interior. It was about as much
noise as is made by an ordinary sew-
ing machine and was the only surface
indlf-atiou that the largest centrifugal
pump In the world had commenced
businesss under the turret top. With-
out any fuss or vibration it was suck-
Ii vNiir f frow the old Orleans canal
at tile rate of .f 0i cubic feet a second,
lhoi.tling it 1' feet luto the air and dis-
chargingi It over the weir at the other
cunl ,of the building to find Its way to
the Inke a few miles beyond.
ToI tli-, average ma:n the term "250
culI- fi' t a seco(,il" .Is as meaning-
lss na so iniu'h Sanskrit, but an ex-
,cllent Ihlea of the magnitude of the
perforina:ii'oe I obtained when one
know- that "2.i5 cubic feet Is equivalent
ti 2.t(m> gallons. and 2.O(ho gallons rp-
res hlm'wi tl..;orni. In other words, the
l.ig Iiunimp draws in. lifts and throws
out th,'i contents of a large cistern at
x-,ry lr;,.t of one's watch. In a min-
ut i: tha- di>l,.'esed of 120,.000 gallons,
q'Hite a gIo dlal of water.
'There an' three suclh pumps In sta-
*i.n N,.. 7. an.I it Is estimated that
to lov. lle.- to take care of any rainfall
in tl,-., ity. They are much the lar-
ge'>t -iingle piimps, in the world, the
nrar,--. apriioach to them being those
-it tl,, irrizationl works on the bank of
the Nile. which are considerably
..mall. r. The installation of the vast
umt-in'tifq was completed a week ago
la-t S'inday. nnd this week they are
do ;ng; th~ ir lirst practical work.
The Ipumps- proper are vast colls of
tute. It sm,,nething very little might
ht- co-mparedl too something very big, it
noiulI n.t Ite inapt to say that they re-
sr;.ill thie shell of a snail. Each of
th-in i nie In two sections. half of the
coil being all that a freight car could
ar'r\%. The she'll. put together. weighs
'15 I",::- and in, 1 itur(-s '21 feet from sidoe
to .i T I 'lT"; int',rnal diameter is nine
f.< .t a:;.l in-iih thi' titube Is a series of
gr,:t r'vdluing -ruinners. the effect of
Si ,' !i i ti ,l;aw th;,' at,.r at one end
aiI! ,lis hargo' it at the other. The
sh!i;ft ,i, which the runners revolve
w' ,:g,'. r more than 16 tons.
Ti,-.' lnirlnous coils are placed in
Iar. uln:- pits 15 feet below the surface
of I!,,' pluplihouse flKoor. The Ipower
S\-.l', opIr'rates each of them comes
froii: :;tii inim-nirae motor fastenedl to
t!'. :jiw'r (er:n of the running shaft and
<'. i-r-d m1y Ilc' v -te,'i turrets already re-
fir'! I.,. T!,' e motors receive their
i,.- :t pv\'. h itus inl the shape of a 3 ,l-)l
IPIT 'tirrent *inaling inll over : trio of
t i '. .aI'l-'s and in this i onnii -hcTiuon I
;a: .nTii : stin!ie :indl urilous detail easily
.':i li ti' grasp qf the average Isay-
iha.. '1 ',. o iaitoors are oif what I.-
kni \' a I- l r, "rvolvn tig fiel" type
t:.a: i t-o siu the field. (or great wheel
lon \w ,,ili tl' mtnagnets are secured,
turn.i around while the armatures re-
iiain stationary. When a pump is
s:irt<,l. t'l,' full alternating current of
:;.INI \o!ts 1s not at once turned on, but
a 1:2'.7. x;t deir-t current is first used to
ni.::exttizo the tihlil or. In homely terms,
to "tNarmn it up." This sets up a revo-
lht ion, and ivhelln sutlicient spelI is at-
t:airn-l the full current is applied.
Thei 1.5 volts direct are produced by
pis.:n; the;o 1.i'i volts alteruating
lhro iuglh a small device known as a
"t':ia-iformer." ithichl effects a com-
plite range e in tlie character and pow-
er of thet mysterious fluid. The weaker
and rnoditied current is also used to
operate a number of small auxiliary
nimotors and to feed the arc and incan-
descent lamps by which the station Is
lighted.-New Orleans Times-Demo-
crat.


The Paris Dof Cemetery.
Georges Harmols. the owner of the
netw dogs' cemetery in Paris, thinks
that the enterprise will show a hand-
some profit from the start. Every
ye-ar. hlie figures, 20.000 dogs die in
Plaris. At least one-sixth of this num-
Imr will be buried In the new ceme-
terv. i;e t charge in each case being $6,
so that the total receipts from this
t.,ou;-Ce V.ill amount to over $20.000.O
In addition several thousand dollars
nn 1et counted on from the sale of
monuments. whi'e other amounts will
4omie in from people who wish their
dogs' graves kept green.
German Eaterprise.
Certnau is the business language of
the ialkans. Russian diplomacy com-
plains that Constantinople tI becom-
itc as (German as Berlin. Asia Minor
is slowly being converted iuto a Ger-
nua colony. and now the Bagdad raill-
way will carry the same Influence 2,000
nti h onward to the Persian gulf, plac-
ing the greatest military power of the
world upon the most direct of all roads
to India. Even the old English scheme
of a Euphrates railway Is at last In
German hands.-London Telegraph.
TO THE PUBLIC.
I have just received a fine lot of
all kinds of candies, and sell them at
very reasonable prices.
M. M. Large. 25 cents per pound.
Ch.,colate Drops, 'N 0 cents per
pound.
Rultan Mixed. 2 pounds for :Y
cents.
All Fancy Mixed Candy. the best
ever brought to Pensacola.at 4+ cents
per pound. Call and see for your-
self.
They are fresh and fine just from
the vines. C. APOSTLE.
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HEALTHY OLD A6E.
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LARse, Ba ov Co. AsK Aug. 4.
I am 49 Yars old and have been suffering with
Change of Life I had flooding spells so bad that
none though< I could live. My husband got me
Wine of Cardui and it saved my life. I am lhke
mother person since taking it.
MRS. E B. TOWNSEND.


It is the devout wish of nearly all people to live to a ripe old age.
None of us want to die young. This universal desire can be realized if
care be taken of the health in early and middle life. A little precauti in then
will add many years to our existence. Death can be kept away a long
time. Happy, healthy old age will be the lot ot the wuman who pri .mptly
corrects the ailments which afflict her sex. In v, >uth, Wine of Carduiwill
take the female child safely over the dividing line between girlhood and
womanhood. As a wife she needs it to help her through the trials of
pregnancy and childbirth with as little discomt, rt as possible. At the
Change of Life it will help her over the dangerous place that appears in
her pathway between 40 and 50. Then will come many years of truly
blissful existence. She will grow old slov lv and gracefully. To the last
she w ill preserve that charm and beauty which are always characteristic
of perfectly healthy grandmothers.
LAlES' AVIUA T SEPAUTMEIT. It is for women alone to decide
ForvadTicincesrequirtn.irBng cial whether they will be healthy ur
recton1 ,re. g on. n sick. The remedat han.r their sick-
RabIcXt .r Ch-ttanooa. Tenn. ne\s is clh-se at Hiand.


LARGE BOTTLES OF WINE 0 F CARDUI
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Restaurant Attached, Open Day and $ight.
OYSTERS, FISH AND GAME OF ALL KINDS IN SEASON.

Special Orders at Any Hour.
RATES:-From $1.Uu to $1.65o per Day. LODGING:
515 and 510 S. South Palafox Street. Pensacola. F'lorida 25 and 50c


JOHN PURDY,>


Foundry l MWachine Shops,
CENTRAL WVHARF, COR. JEFFIESON ANti PINE STEEI.r-


Telephone 346.


ATTERNS, CATINGt. LUMBER TRUCK, SMALL ('IHILLIED
Car WVheels, Wood and iron Pulleysv. Hanigers, lioxei-, E:c.., Mm.nn-
factured to Order in First-Clas, Workmanlike Manner ;t leta-, RI-I
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Dealer in Machinery, Fittings and Supplies for
Stationary and Marine Application.


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PROPRIETORS OF THE OFFICE SALOON.


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The Retort C('onrteous. I
"Your hair. saidl the aggra tini V PER A
tirhe-, ', "is coining out on top4."
"t. M '." cried 11he sensitive ietimi.
'I Ln.w it was., in n. Now, for goodil-
s' s.lke. don't talk l of it or it'll ciawl <* I
iack again :"--Philadelphia Press.


Where He Acquired the Taste.
"Y-ou appear to have a taste fur

"TTaste for horses I rather guess I
have. I was in Klhinherley during the
entire siege."-Clevelanl Plain Dealer.

Only Reason.
Miss Talky-Mri Sp. a1ge, your tew
neighbor seems to' be such a cheerful
lady. Shl:e Mouhl not borrow trouble.
Miss (tabby-SShe would if she couid


cook or wear it.-Baltimore American.


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Matinee Wafnesday, Friday, Saltrday,


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Dlilwimi-Molviil Cto Fa ^:': l i~ sa Mg B ukti SiL

Walter S. Ba duiD M~lnager. ..


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"DEVIL'S W:B."
'ot (Certain.
Musical Enthusiast-Of course you LadI. f i-.o Tuesdav iitif-c- Ii o itt,
know the "Cavalleria Iusticana-"' it a a p. rsonl wiitii pad .o,-c. ti: ,.
Mrs. Gaswell-I think I met him once
in Venice, but one sees many titled for- PRIt'E. AS A ,\VA W .
elgners, you know.-Chicago Tribune.
Matinee, ]i iand 20> c1 it?-.
A mr.n named E. Presson, of Pres- Nighlt, 10, 20 and :3o c,4ent-.
sonville. Kans., wrote a letter the - ...
other day, saying the opinion of
everybody in Ins town who hlias used
Foley's Honey and Tar is, that it is
the very best medicine for la grippe,.
colds, cough. etc. W. A. DI'Alemi.
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elclai society Attention.
There will be a regular meeting of
the Pensaccla Medical Society at'
the Board of Health ofece at t-'
o'clock p. m Tuesday. March 27.
Visiting physicians are cordially
uivited to attend.
D. W. MCMILLAN. M. D.,
President.


E. F. BRUCE. M. D..
Secretary.


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Place For Pensacola
Buyers to Buy


Choice Family


GROCERIES


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Up-to-Dato Store


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REPRESENT TWENTY-TWO OF THI
LEADING FIRE. LIFE, MARIN., JOHN I
ACCIDENT, FIDELITY. PLATE
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IUIAJNC COMPANIs. ....
CITY PROPE
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WX 1sf. 3ty DepoI!A, Itox'% for Rent inCaatn
writ~b whiaih wo have ,- r -wtoAn'43rtment for thelmin
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 1900. 7 "

vice at 7:30 p. m. Public cordially NEW SAW MILLI. VITAL sTATISTc1B.
CAh $ EfS N OTES v ,o^.. .. -.r .he .naf. .cco..o and Death. il TH E PEOPLE S STO R E
ANearly all of te Pensacola dele- Increased Activity in the 3Manufal'-: Record of Birts and Deaths I'lled H,
Nearly all of the Pensacola dele- cure of Lumber. in the OIoe of the City Clerk For J O L
of P% thlas will return Lome from Mr. J. B. Vau.hn has just returned the Week Ending Saturday. Mch. 17.
S(. I.. Robinton of Concord. N. Key VWest to-night. Ttey left Jack- from Corinth, Miss., Jackson, Tenn., BIRTHS.
.. -t .t th- t caniijM. -onville this m rning. ; and Chattanooga. Tenn., where he White-E. B. Willis and wife, a
,k .,-r Hurko and J %McWi.t-i of ThO e e't.terpntl' Day excursionom went in the interest of the Bay Shore s eo; J. C. Mellor and wife, a i n.
I :..,- Ile at t!.".M "-N l-!jIr" t,, e ,,""uniak t riprig cwent in ill Co.), at Kauffmau, Ala. so nAhC. Collins fe. a water a
from Pens-la and otier station Mr. Vaugwhn has only recently. Colored-Ueorge Davis and wife. a C w
..--. (. E. ('o.p:- and J. T. Mar- between here and DeFuniak 144)0 erected and turned over t SM.I,,ie ar.- gue-t- at t:e E--i ,asengers. The excur-ion from a large first-class saw mill plant, a son; Freeman Harris and wife, a Proprietor
iver Junction and intermediate and they have now employed him to daughter; Willie Robson and wife. A A A *
I Sr.... A, ,. a proinint c stationss numbered about Coo, makinia parchae. erect and operate another a son; Katie Underwood, a daugh-
,i~rt,,w, .gatrtd at Ie two thousand excursionists in all laforthem. He hasjut bought tir. DA(
i stw. i rgitered at t;e 'the new plant from the Southern DEATH
yesterday Judge Maxwell granted E eadB r rks fJck- White-Colbert landrown.22
-. .llof Tallas! aze tfl well i nen of counl fo ca rredit rs o f on, Tenn., and it will be up-to-date days. Inanition; Mary B. Ilenshaw, MW A RIV A
t uine recent carried on at in all particulars. years, senility; George Maderlitu. 1 M k.
1 d, r n ntI. rzr uth Palafox street. for the u j p- )uring his tay Mr. Vaughn visit- 79 years, senility; Ann C. Bennett,
1X, t.. ofI ut Paoaf atreeive d for an- #ed Lookout Mountain ard other 82 years, senility.
r. W'. K. ])ut"atn (f Reading,. Ipointmneit of*a receiver, and for I points of interest and enjoyed his
-1,aing the E-ocai.biai s ardi injunction againo.t the alleged pur- reoe-i icius Pons, 13 days, O UR first announcement of New Arrivals of Spring
f vesterda ctihas-r of the stock of good,. forbid- rp vry muc. trismus neonatoum.
sterdaydin him to intermeddle with the f Mr. Vaughn is recognized as one Colored-Adeline Johnson, t5 Apparel. A generous assortment. large variety
-.- J. T. Crutchfield f Chia- same eof the best mill-wrights andsaw mill years, pneumonia; J. 0. Dixon, 3 *'
SH. W. Kolig of Cin nati ldwin-elvlle company mein theut, andis consequent months. locked bowels; Hannah Me- of colors and styles to select from of Ladies' Waists.
-tTh- aldwin-Melville comp ly amonn the highest salaried men in Came, 3 5 years, pneumonia; Wiley
ame pir of osll. N. Ierin an endgagemen it atd p h ine. Lee, about 3 years, suicide;Edwad We carry all minds the largest assortment in the
,: ted in the city yesterday and f.ever night for the remainder of the A Thoteand Tongues Watson, 29 days, meeting.
rtrs at the Escabia. wk with maturday. The opening Could not express the rapture of THE BEST SALVE IN THE WORLD city of well known l)rands. Amon them the famous
.1-. M. I.. Ferguzon 4nd Misces l*day and Saturday. The opening t
aid (. C. Fi.ier of l,-tond bill Tue-day night will be the "Dev- Annie E. pringer. of 1125 Howard is Panner Salve. It Is made from a .. P famOUS for fit, stle and finish-in
.A! rived at the Eacamnia yes- il', Web." and ladies will 1e admit-_ street, Philadelphia, Pa., whrn sihe prescription by a world wide known 1 f a n o u
"t~e-d Ireel whaen accompanied by a found that Dr. King'< New Discov- ski.i specialist and is positively the
SoD. paid thirty-cent ticket holder. ery lr Consumption hadcomnpletely most healing salve for piles, urns,. fact the best fitting Waist in the land. This fact no
S-nature of David A. Gates A party of young ladies and gen- curd her of a lacking cough that sealds, ulcers, running sores and
, .- and Win. L. Pitt. of tlemer went hark lding on one of fr many years had made life a bur- skin diseases.-W. A. D'Alknberte. dealer or customer can deny. ou may form some
,1 : aple-ar on tim. E ca. bia ftmen kent shark fishing on one of Ion. All other remedies and doc-
week. but there i a colict in their cld give her noelp, but she llandsorme Buggle. idea of our offerings by a glance at our large exclusive
.but there conflict i~says of thi-4 lval ('ure--it soon r-
H. DI)eap, A. S. Burnt-y. I. F. several reports which makes it im- moved the pain in my chest and I If you have not yet inspected that
.i- aad I. E. .Os god aid itle. po-sible to accurately describe their can now sleep tidly, sointhin- I fine lot of new Higgies--riglit from Shirt Waist Window, and they arc cheaper than
N li-toi. M.-- ar- r-gi-t,-red catch. THE NEwF man is in doubt can scar.o.lv rm-neniber doing before. the factory, at factory prices-gfo
MNrI'!aut-. ao to whether they caught one shark I feel like s,,undln its prai-es and .e- them at once, at J. M. Hi!- heretofore l)y reason of our Motto: "SE l. CHlIAm' .\:N
ii m-Lutherai -hiur-i. to-I lg r tn thark oe foot throughout the Universe." So will liaru & Co ',,.
l.,ng.^() Or pretty little blondeof t!:e evei v one who tries Dr. King's N w i TrI.-II.lI C IASI TnIE N1SI SS.
Si<. i a .n N arty. However. will soion wear or- i.cov.rv for tv trout til' of the fune Arbon:I's adquarters -I NCIAS H SI SS.
I J F W ei ar i' 1 l ltl. ade of p)li-ihed -hark Tlroat.Ch-t r uI l'ri . for line liquor.
-i... ,ar tr. s, ,, i: i said anrid 1.Oial. "l Iril bott;!. fie. at \ .
-" '. .-t.-rday was the birthday antni- A. D'Alemi)ert.-' Drug Stoie; eve A regular cnintiu iation N W I N
I we r-i f t r ;i" to-day v,.r-:tr% ,f Prof. A. d- (Cz4ke, ti, bt l*t- n.t.e A (if I (,m ibia Lod;ze, No. 15,
-tr..t.e atur. i l' nit-, "nariarn viii-t. and a A. M., will t1e h-ld Arrivals! Arrivals: D MBI
iiiiugh.r.-. iiilie lpe..lb numih r prf tii frien.is -;irt pri'-d himn Tli AlleI Cl'.vw ,t+.d ('d. .t- rt.il- a evening March't e te Tale a groai beneath
w 't t',' :e I ii -l t i t at Cii Qtud I4. 222 %We'- t ment i- relii rti -tio. d le- t. t o'clock. ur Centre Ta e ae groaning beneath a dly share of t New -t
.,e" K,-limnhit -tr--t. The eveuniniiv pr. The object. charity fund of Elk- V visiting brethren fr:ter- Things in Laces and Embroideries.
I.d .rI r- Fred B, we, of Io.u;i- gratin coin-i--ei of vocal, istrimineni- I mt prai-ewortliy. Attend Clutter- nally invited to attend. Ed ini and liaertion. Hamburg Edgin, a sert
i\' ., a hi(< hi:i've- i.ti vi-lt :z t:tl and ,*,ri'tetr.tl iumsi. inte:- Htall M31,nia\y at o'lock. IJ. C. lIENN i- r F e
S,:.ilv oI .Mr. W. I1 Vaiiughi, a.t -per-ed h g.y .,ty i:i; rli t at a - Mecretary. Valencia Lace and Insertions.
-t.tit,. 1. turini d i,..I.. oit o d tIun, generally. All tiuiil g DIitlgy'' Malt i- better th.n inedi Machine Torchon Edging aiid In.ertion.
I. t;ike-n c.oiim le-t Ilv by -iirpri-e. Prof. citi-.. At I-'zen- Arbiona's. IMPOItTANT NoriC1.
w il a i n rt: t 't w ; ii t t to l .-*l i tu r:-ier icy T) lo - contractorss and Ghneral 'Put'i of (iernian Torclhon Edging. Apliiq e La,-,' a 'I r nsertion,
,: ll. tle.f ,it,. Pimi., bUi- I 't ..t i l -t lVOe Your PAinill "Notice j- hereby given that on and depret. Oriental and Plat Va,. I.:,-. -
*ti ... .111 i th ; ,,,' i,* i-j i-K th-r .Mf c( '.t tertv f 'G. Mi'hi"t-l -l U J j iV c i h b in t on -d A*
,1t- ;:tf on ;it at loiWk l h- cellar, i h-. ideIrhtak the ,v ry il- anid Paper Hanging done by up-to- :tfter the first day of April, IMi, no .-.: iii1iitt Hainlhur:m Edging. six yard len.tlih worth 7. to .'o at 7ex .
.--t.o i.: t .ni eed. e portanit wer 4i of i,-torriri St. Mi- d te pto d>pl, in an up-to-da;te -tyle. I'nion mechanic or laborer will work
chael'- ceinetery to order af'er it- lvy pi;trnizing J. E. Ross & Co.. No. on any building with any non-union
;.-r &- Ctop,'- (r-at Railroad years of chaotic tatinle. Soon :it 11 N. Palafox. Phone 3s2. -If-tf men where there is .an organization lin
,- will e there 'ltTnrsday :tnd will bea, .erneterv thit the ciry can of said craft under the jurisdiction : 1
,+ .11ai three davs. It i- a pp- be proud of. and not tile slimost i1n- arl i ladi. -kirts and waists of the Central Trades Council. *
t. acti. l a ut lpulal pric --. enretratle ojunigle wii,.h li as for s-, i-, *, of ouir p p-ecialties. Star Laun- i tf J. R. JotR AN. L t d Dr n p
t.,r tdult-. l,.-nt-t- fot ctildren. loit betn iet- wondr of visitr. dry. One Lot (hild's Drawer,. hointne. an,! u ke .sz,1 . *, t...lcp r
*,-- MarNtle. De-tiich-on wbie ',e .. r re- ,any hi-torie gravy- in b tt Ci for Handsome pictures, bric- ize" :. 4, 5 ad (. nly. ............ ..........................Ie pair
.t tie .evein --rvice o T, t. sMi>a.l- Pein.te-ry that will in- rO eetc. Igar for ar- One Lot ('Ihld Trinitrned Drawers ;at C'o-t Mark.
apt,- ,,,urc, ,,Sunday. l.- i. t v-i,or- a- a. son a- ,Fa her the mOney made--DUR- a-bra, et nLot Clids Trit .d Gowns at Cot Mark.
.i- e i t -t 'it et, ir,'; Iun d y "1I-, I' jt h i d '. 'vrfiniinli.-, t, w o r .k tit- a thas.,-rirk .
. pr ptl f n- N -ea. e rtllv yni-he the work he ht HAM-atD'Alemberte's ray at rock bottom prices at e ti d Skirts at Mrk.
or, f iWiel lgii'ili -i b ZIeli. O ne I,',t C hil' skirt t (' t M ark
,r.,.,t o.il l.-Pauw I.,v.:- farston Finch's. on i.n Lt Mi s,-- Trimimed Gowns at Cost M.,ik.
I itil a. O e ot Ladies'Trim ed ( heni worth c for.................oc each.
i .,,h1'i W. A. tnf,,rd. Jr aind t The candidates for the most popti- Omi Lot L,adies' Tri.n I in ii, wort h .......
,,., ,,i e.,,tgt,- v,. regs-- *rd at! For YOur Family or YOUr Horse lar lady in the voting contest for tri One i t Ladies Trinuned aebric Chein.e, worth 7.. for....... .. each
+-,'in.tuia -,te-irdav yf ernoi, \i. fine piano for benefit of C "! "\" "p o-" w-l-'- i nltadd- c hurch bazaar noticed thus far are ne Lo Od a n _
t'-tr '- ruvlin o t Dl,- 1 il Mand AlwaA $ MHgyss I eyda IMn Ladies' Skirts ind Gown. to Close O.lit at i'o-t Mark i'rice.
S1 Finich, Miss Alma Smiith, Miss
1Iny. the Illi'int and pI- It kills germ, in a marvelous man- Claudia Ferrara, with lots more to
ai. tmiit.-r of 4 If Tl ur 'eir ntr. It i, the bet antiseptic known mm be heard from. Price of vote, 10
',_, de r ti r -r t t i ti -nd 1oitivel cures cent.. Voting box at Clutter's.
**1t lb lm, a:is-., wti-rllr e 1.++sli d n willD e-FA. SIPN ;^l2tf
.... ,e 1 r n -. t r tir l I valuable ar a liniment for family b Tb..-
:,.i- ., l --,e' l.. C.n. be taken internal (r cxttrnall, and it warranted to be in t HaF Ju.st Received .a Larg- S
e,. 'll. .Ij, T ,trv v a- r-.prn o- ted ..... ', *dru 1tsardd ealrsr rraliy. 1lVomaice .f tlntl F;il lt27- .


. 1 a.:: t .u -- i, n ii Old Vll mt ier" at Eim ,'.ene Am bo-

,,.,,, -- L ei tel-D e ii Furniture at all Prices.
,, W, ftr-.. ii,.,,. ,' erseing diiRrg ro Wre- DeFrUNIAK SPRINGS
*.-" .... \, *-r !:.*l" lm l,~et'r -:. 'it bargain pm ices; al.-,, stove bed-
,- ,,.,,,mn.>, T~IrTfrom ,4)1'iprimu. inartimms, kitchen safesaid TWO Il N f 8 ..t,. u n t i n~- -~-1(1 .if O i k itc hi rn e t bh in e t-a w it i b ro a d ho a rd s *
Ait.i ,.- aarmi,. cit. hfor tfto, amid tdoaw r,. Seat.Of the Florida Chautauqua now in Session
S:,-,,i' l ...i ,riie. t,-m,,,et,. ('I ie exaimu thm t 0. N. Until March 27th.
.--t spli:. -: c t.hh at 11 a. i Ni,, 4l Sllelihil i 'N. _- v r W rgai-i 'Iurniture Hoi--. -
S: :.,,, ;, ,,. I ,-:,.i.,,, ,.. t _-_- Finest Resort in Western Florida 4*'.,


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\V(, c\ n SLII)pV yu with* ver-thinc tram Stylish '7 TTI-
0 1 res. -qil *. a- rctl'\ m moderate prices to -a spool of tilreadi room 4L-&. 1.i .,tf irri-J M .r'
o- t npi er of rins--whalcliones. nccilles. skirt buildings, No. 1 -t K Pi Irne (, r. t t r, mi "I iii.
r .n , -uttons. ant everything else in the notion line No :.:4 r, ande. r-x noe L
1at .-si ime price-i you feel you ou-ht to pay. f so ,'olem mee.- .Repairing Attended tonPromptly.'
No a* Wet LalMua rtreet.4 3room-, I.
-,No. Wsto.y m s e )t. I room-, I L3 EAT G"ARDEN ST. : : : : : PENSACOLA. FLA
S"5000 yds Hamburg Embroideries. (on center counter) sery ,ilm, ewiing .n e
6, 10 and 15c yard. you. Call sa ie lat ..qu!t- ose a R-ai os in-
50 pcs 31-inch Shirt Waist Percales, 8 1-3c yard.
1am seeing t le p-oduct of the 1')stm-l t
50 pcs Figured and Stripe Piques, 15c value 8 1-3c. TIos. '. Ufatso 9 ( o.. oTery. and on tve e oi' otic can f a
1000 yds Standard Prints (dark colors) 10 yds 40c. A, AT. ESTATE, and D-eigns wanted.
*mp ____vw Rental *nd- ] nCarnations 75c per dozen. d
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4'1h1116~ NO T(W CLOTRIEtS


ROBERTS HANDLING

CIVIL PROBLEMS

Interest In Military Situation
Temporarily Eclipsed.

ENGLAND WAITS CONTENT

Success of "Littlie Hub," Disarms
E'ven Military Crities- Ullopmfon.-
tela Satl fi d-R-tub rts Promises to
Lead Ilia 31sa Into Pretorin.


LoNDON, March 16 -Lord Roberts'
success in handling the civil problems
at Bioemfontein and the manifest equa.
nimity with which the residents of the
capital of the Orange Free State accept
the British occupation temporarily
eclipse in interest the military situation.
It is believed here that the com-
mander-in-chief of the British forces in
South Africa will push on to Pretoria,
but Great Britain is quite content to
listen for a few days to the acclamation
of the people of Bioemfoatein and per-
mit the troops to enjoy a few days' rest
before expecting further success.
Lord Roberts made a quaint speech
to the guards as Bloemfontein today
when in his first congratulatory words,
he expressed pride in their splendid
march of 6M miles in 2b hours and gave
ampie assurance of bis ultimate design.
"Through a small mistake," said
Lord Rnbmrts. I have not been able to
march into Bioemfontein at the head
of the brigade as I intended. I promise
you. however, that I will lead you into
PrezoriA. "
General Gatacre is holding Bethuhe
ana the who-e line or the south of
Bioewf.ante:u is now in the hands of
the British. and General Brabant's co.-
unai having crossed tue Orange river
alttr a forced march at Aiiwainorth on
Sunday, and General Ciement's column
bem:nacroos t Vanzvl, the three col-
uiuns will lorin an army of 12,000 to
15 J00 men, which is expected toreplaca
the fore''s of Lord Roberts at Bl,'.m-
onute.n as re pushes nortnward.
Just wh(cr t;e Ba-rs wi.l attempt to
oppose that march i u important
question. ,but it cannot be e.oiAy an-
swered until General Joubert is more
defnite.v located. Fnrthir news has
reached the outside world from Mate
king, dated Friday. March v, snowiug
that though the garrison was in hard
straits, tney were buoyed up by the
knowledge that their plucky light was
appreciated at home.
BRITISH IN BLOEMFONTEIN.


Fraser, Who .rreidrredt IK"ys of the
('City, Acting Mayor.
BIL.OEIMFOTEIN, March 16.-General
Prettyman is succeeding admirably as
governor of the town. He issued a
proclamation today requesting the bur-
ghers within a radius a 10 miles to de-
liver up their arms, assuring them they
would be paid for the confiacauon of
their property.
Lord Roberts si about to issue fresh
prociamastions, which it is considered
will have the effect of disarming fur-
ther opposition upon the part of the
Free Statere.
Mr Collings has been appointed land.
drost vce Paphents, deposed, and Mr.
Frazer will act ma yor.
Great quantities of stores captured at
Warserfail nave been recovered. As
the r.-.il: of Hunter and Weston's liue
cutting the Brinsh have secured 26 en-
g-tue and the line has been cleared to
the Kaffir river. Ramors are current
that former President Steyn is willing
to surrender. Much unrest existsaamong
the Dutch population. The burghers
described the soldiers as locusts, saying
they are innumerable and identical
witti them.
There is great rejoicig among women
anti cadidren. who have been shut off
for months. Great complaint is made
of the hars'i treatment by the Boers
during the occupation. Rebels are
coming in daily with their arm 'from
the south. A number of other rebel
leaders have been arrested.
hltod-a ..sys. Crowvn Colony.
CAPE CoLO Y. March 1C'.-In an in-
terview published in The Cape Argus
Cecil bhodes is quoted as saying: "I
feel strongly that we cannot have peace
in South Africa so long as weo ave in
the republic a rallying ground tor dis-
lovaltv and disaffection. To go for-
tmer. I do not think we can sacfly fed-
erate tnil ws have had some years of
crown colony government. Personally,
I have done with the bund."
<'outraet Synt. nii Abolished.
CiT SVI AN. March 16.-As a result
of the conference now being held here
between representatives of the Lake
Carriers' association and a committee
from the Grain :noveler,' union. it
seem; very probable that there will he
no repetition of the big strike on the
docks at Buffalo last summer. The
contract system. which was strongly
objected to by the shovelers, has been
abcisheodi.

DURHAM Cigars are
the finest 5 cent smoke
Try them at D'Alem-
berte's.
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M ,iiL i ,y ,-v,,.'inir 1 i! 12' f

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


NICOLA CASSA,
RESTAURANT---0 YOsw tS.

Frait. Caldies, VT o et llifF,
riz-arr and Tobacco at Low Price?.


trenit'n:-it, nit a remedy containir 9
potash and, mcraury on!y ag-ravatp NEWS TRAVELS FAST.
the trouble.
The Mysterious Way In Which It
SSpreada Through an Audenc...e.
.t The .."Y('ou ,a,.luot keep news. ,esi.ecially
SS.S.S.'he tLIO 1 owar news. out of any pulelic building.
being Purely Vegetnble, goes direct tulht t lr, ,:'ioalet room or teoturo-
the verycr.useof the dis.-.ise and aptr- La!i. ll n"tttr 1:\ deply U.r-rossin
rnanent cure always results. It i.; the lt!l e'l.-i":i*nlwietit m*iay ie. and frot!
only blood ret'medy guaranteed to con- ne u11a,11. w\\1 pr'.ilapis knows only oune
tainno potas.h, mercury or other dan- so"Il in the p'!:c'. mt'lliii:- in with the
gerous minerals. ti.a is ,,f ; :;t(t>i: ;! 's ,'e:1rh. of a g;int
Books mailed free by Swift Specifi vior;y. o;- w';;t ni't. t.e wvho!e audi-
Company, Atlanta, Georgia. en,' ( If a .co';;Ilt. of t'h :is;:tnd people
- --- -- - -- W h.V P iew- in fiv" iniinutes."
THE THINNEST OF MEN. ",e g,..l,.;:uii> who tllls spoke is oune
(f Ilile tI 11 -it ex er.rltnce('Id t.ca:trical mtan-
(lande s~curat 'ighit Ia% e neen Mia- :: 'l's ill t'.v .o ,ldl. and he went on: "I
tnkan I-or a Skeletoun. coulliid .i\' you some' most striking in-
ILaun, ISiIa ii'. rIe' aiL k:ti lv liiii m II 5 'i fv e; y oli v n i Tx erie c'e of
;iri' !,,t 1iii.'i:iini I. Iut I'la,de- Am- A l.:t I sa;.. I have see:i a big ailditn e.'
ri'.i: '. llat. w\\ ho, :is .-xhiisited in convult'i d with laughterr :it 1l o'clock.
Is2'.,. \::'- <- lh :i.in exT::it ;'iaIIn ary pqr.- saY,. l't tlir'! li a li:aret' whisper a(f a
-Aliin g,' t!i:h! no fewer tlihani 1ia i p.a'- sui t.t outsialt **.'alanilty t':at circulated
.41oi vi\sitv.l liii in a few wt\ ks. St-u t'ii'io ui I'h lihopr:e with almost the ra-
ian \\;i bldrnii il 171.7 alul w vas tlher.- 1ivditiy of t'te' 'ra;ihiy, that same audi-
fire<2' 1 years of ag'i wvliini ht- made hi- ; nI'' si his l't'.en r-stless. uulversally
:li; 'I'~u-l: ln. I igri v of fafa'e :;!d :< 1 ; Jl)S ,ltaly inatten-
.Astly o'o.e..i. th' fa ..tsh phliysician. I tive to the very e ulilinnating point of
\\a< ::in4on Ili, tlr I.:!aL 'lawho poured ftin oi tILe st:ane. And the singular
iini the lit ailing in \\hi. h Sournt re- I !: 'i is that antoirs who have never
.iiv'.1 tl'.-' \\wht. wr't'e atxiolls to see left Ohe sta t:l have'. through the me-
hilli. iuil in lwritinlg orf himl he said: ( l:iir of % hisp.rs aiioug the band or
"u.h .'ri;t i- \\ itl..ut dbulbt the Imost. from ite stalls. known all that the
tiy-.riotias .l.ii g I h:lave an'uoiunta-red. original ualsseiiger of evil had to tell.
II- 1;>.i'e is that of ian ordinary man. "The late RIev. C. II. Spurgeon once
.s'iiaet'liat etllaciatdI It'laiUis, but uot toldl ilet hat he had known this same
ia-lmnirl aly so. Ills eyes are bright thing precisely to occur during the
andil his voice is pleasing. Seen il the course of a religious service, and when
ordilraary c.stlulnle of the (lay, he in no a vast congregation were on their
*\ :i buit stripped of his pndded, clothing he and explained how. from the whisper
p'rse,,nts ani astounding spectacle. of a doorkeeper, a kneeling concourse
*"Ilis arts are mere bones. covered of thousands knew the whole story of
bly paU:'chnI'ntlike skin and muscle, and a national crisis in an incredibly short
flesh lie appears to have none. He is tiime."-London Tit-Bits.
therefore scarcely able to move his
orn:a and leg. 'ailnd walks, though DAILY MARKET REPORTS.
without apparent effort. witlh extreme COTT--
dilli.uilty. on iin';asuriing him aindCOTTON.
wa'i.ghini- h;'t I faiall that* hisc!est Nzw Yorta. March 1. oPrg CLOwe
we hi I foun that e January ................ 7.0 .... 7.
nflai-urei:it' i t 'was :ttI lin-les. which february................... 7.83
I- f:;ir: that his weight was not more, .March-................. 970 .... 9 .1
than 4.5 pounds, the phones being much ApriL................ 9.57 .... 9.62
May................ 55.. 4 ... V 59
smaller thiatn those of an ordinary main June.... ............... 9 43 .... 9.53
of his stature. who might weigh 15i July ................... 9 45 .... 9.51
poundls. I:n appiarane,. indeed. he so iAugust-................. 7 .... 9.42
i resemled a skeleton that a betembr ............. 8 2 8.9
October ................7.94 .... 8.01
shiirt-ighlte.! person ii.ht easilyy mis- November ............. 7.S5 .... 7. ~
take hi n for one." Deoember............. 7.9 .... 7.83
S hurt'ss f.dl consisted of two or Spot cotton closed quiet; middling up-
od''.too lands 9,.; middling gulf 101-.
three ouiihe of bread and tuat daily, lI n ul10.
SOltl;,. he tooa a' GRAIN AND PROVISIONS.
and som., time he took a little wi.. ... CaAo, March 14. op0,9 cLO9C1
.He was t. .narkably intelligent anal 'HEAT-.March ....... ....
well read t I picked up English rapid- WHEAT-May .........,667'1t7 .... 67~4
ly. (in ar;:.ving at places where I.e VHEAT-Julv .......... .... 67,
wav not kiun-Wi hie was accustonedl to i t'tIA-t-etenber ......
walk out in Ills padded clothes and Culo-May...- .... 3%a'3 ..." 3.
did uot hatt-rat any particular atten- o o R-ON-July .. ........ 5,
lion. lHe saidl that until the age of 10 ON- ,eptember ..... .3,
U AiS-March...... .... 23 ,
vya-; lie r,' a.mbled any ordinary boy, uAT-_May --2337, 2 .... '
lint thatlit I,' suddenly wasted away. UATS--July Iy ...."'.... ....- "
Ii adied in 1 S41J, aged 52 years.--Chica- PORK-MiiLrclh ...... 11 0
go News.< PORK-May .............11 o507 .... 11 15
go ... PORK-J uly ........ .. .... 11.07
I'reelledAt A the Other oys. LAR--March ... 9 1
W L Ru-- May0.......... .... 6 0.
Is tIli'r anytlhiig in wlhilch you ex- A. it--Jluly .... ....f 17
eell .d wh-n y ou went to school':" a.sk- itlt-M-1ar ed M'is avenuenue. iurs-May ....... -C 03 ....6 o7',
-Ye,." answered Willi Wishii ton. --July ..............6 07-
"1 : l;;le ion liluindr- thn ann y ottr h NAVAL STORE3.
avt in I he clss."-Washingto Star. WVII.MINGTON. March Ift.-Spirits tiiwn-
Stne steady at 54-54 1,; receiptI Rosin
I unchbaned; receipts #6 Crude tur-


A 1.11 o in flingtecurfae-w- s uza Ito)
go ioa' Stt'' as a mich of rngiuil''


V l a'--v .1. 11:141, t!)o 11!41 a l[ubi-
Hun,- v sW-JTa' t'a- .1or.'d hi,, v,,i .ia.
wka- i l;tr-i, -tthre :ied w1 o pa-


pentine quiet at $3eL3 25. receipts 12. Tar
steady at $1.2u: receipts 377.
bAVAJNAK. March It.-Spirite turpe-
tine firm at 51', receipts, 1',0; sales I;- ex-
pur' it none. Rosin firm and uncbhangied;
rfceipta 2.li5; sales 1,171, exports noae.
I will repair your watch ;and
jPewolry in first-cl:a- -tyle. J. I.
.Stepbh+ns.
Biu/ yor wife one of those
4iandsome parlor suites
ronm ,Marston & Finch.


W404-d~mA io(f j;Ii huh' lI'rtli )fof (lo-- t .'' hda Kpv )I %arch. 1'~l. I %%;1i iipilv
i.'zPark. with 4-r'": I..z.o.h.irn tP"11.)lp :; 'E.Ct. mfl\%\,lI lzl.t
Circuit Court in and ,z. l.,raml i
ai n two -tC- I c' o or blords. t~or a !icvni-r' i mataiaztl~. tftk.
!uritho'r infifu'rnuatiu'n. :it'lv tj..NV. R. Wi,,~n. unIT c nttr(,l Wv ona p-lil!ppE ri%
I-w onI ~i--0f pl~tf.-. oar .J. P-:. fuhni.- t.)nd twoo ea trp.. d ;tie'r in.i "veryro.-
Sol& Iro., c.,ty. Jfllfi1-;*.'. wtW'-4%%


GOLD DUST.


- ,International Tilket Agents.
Crippled by :
Crippled by CRAnLOTON, March 16.-The Inter.
national Association of Ticket Agents
Rheumatismre toay.They came from Savan-
hen n ti Sn nih this morning and are spending the
ue- y in see-in the sights and enjoying
til-iselves. They wi-l continue their
Tho-: who h".ve rphe'imnat-ni f:.rd tour by going to Asheville taisevening.
them( .veps g.-ni'virg, ."d.'i: \':'-e .I -- ----
the~ v.R'.',' t,) !.-:;i c t :*t :s t'iat (ep,.. Wh-el.r li W ashlngton.
con.a n ":' sril a i " .hi, ul-C WAS.HINGTON, March 16 -General Joe
ti:n:.t'e in'utnslfy thi:(i.-eae iv e-- I Wne"ler arrived in this city today. He
;ilg the joints to swell and ";:!cfn,! had an interview in a private capacity
roduciag a severe aching f the, ),'one.X with General Corbin, but as yet has not
.S. S. has been curinii Rh,,..inati for twenty year'--even thie worst cases ment.
which seemedd altnoS-t inoiurat'le.
Ca-,:. O. r. Hughes. the p",, ,la r railroad Cliri Tage.rt I.l.
r(., r, tf IG. nicti. S ( ..( I_:.', .t.xver,. TAMPA. Fia., March 16.-Charles Tag-
e 'ifc :: i u:hfu -:.a ti.-r j L h tc*, ':)-.: c'a d T ag..
th. t i., a-, uly ,n- gert has been held on a charge of man-
cur," fr t:%t pa'1!l O slaughter as the end of his preliminary
great s-ff.rr rr r..nim iu.- triaL This is the case from St. Peters.
cu!:.r Itheunm tsm r ,r burg, where it is alleged that this young
two y..:.rs. I could get
ro permanent relief white man had trouble with Amy Tan-
from san mdiecine re- nr. causing her death, and also that of
scrihed by my physician. her unborn child.
Stook auta: a dosen bt-t-
tlhs of 3 our S. S. 8.. and
now I am as well as I .1' Cotton M111 Enterprise.
cvr .asinay life. I inm
pure t'!t your medicine FOr T SMITH. Ark., March ;6.-A cot.
ur-,,n 1d t awoul a ton mil enterprise has been put on foot
suCering f-I .manyblooddiaease." and organized here at one meeting.
E:veryl'odv knows that he-umnatism The capital stock is $100,00U, the larger
is a d1;-"u.a;ed s-t::te of the blood, and proportion of which was subscribed at
only a llojdh remedy is the onlyv prop.r once.


V-'"The ia-'ge-et and Hest Selected Stock of Bottlo Whisky a:-l
Wines for Family Use.
THE JUG TRADE IS OUR MAIN SPECIALTY.
CV'Also Agent for the Famous Pabst Milwaukee Ba er. Free Deliv-
ery to every Part of the City.


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DAIRY 'MAID VHI.AKY.
ATLANTA BRGW INOi COMPANY M
CELEBRtA'rED BEER-KF.4:- .% ld-rrLlES.


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H. H. WICKE,


Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter,

NO. b South Palafox Street.
All Kinds o, Plumbing and GOa Fittings MaterialA Kept on Hand


SOMETHING NEW


.,EVERY DAY.!.


HALL & KLEIN'S


Mammoth Retail Grocery,

502-504 SOUTH PALAFOX ST-,
T*row phoneio iSo.

S rt'Patron-. N-w and Old, ar, re C'rdially Invite'd t') V i-it a ind In-I ,ct
th.ir Iinz:m .r,-" Stuck.


A. M. AVERY,
(MORsssawr WAs e 4rOVa.)
IMPORTER AND JOBBBER OP


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

. ooms r Retn by the Day, Week o0 oth. (. fAgate and Tinware and Houseftnilshlxg Goodf.
311, 312 rth Tarrama Striut, Sppesitu Uli Depot. Guns, Pistols and Fishing Tackle.
O0-Telephone 68.--0 .i AGENT for Birmingham Rolling Mills Company, Revere Giant
---*GEO. WILSON & CO -.- Stitched Belting, Northampton Emery Wheel Company, Laftin & Baid
Don't Forget to Stop Wi'th the Fat Mn. Powder Company, Johnson's Kalsomine, Iron King and Back's Stoves
FEDon't Forget to Stop With th, Fat Man. and Ranges, Wm.Coups o.'s Raw Hide Le* Leather, Masry's Beady
HFllS' f'o ing litw3Isa i&l a MRINI H ILI all i'tbu Rl l. Made eafli loler..


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TO CLEAN NURSERY
BOTTLES
After the bottle has becan used. rinse it
thorcughly ini w:rm water; then fill with warm
water containing a teascoonful of
Gold Dust Washing Powder
and let it stand, shaking every now and then, If
rubber tube is used let it remain also in the
water. Rinse through clean water several times.
Gold Dust is much more effective than soap to
clean them, as it removes all specks sad motes
clinging to the sides of the bottles.
The abos. ia taken fro m free eklh
GOtIDV4 lRULLS 1uK MoUSEWuhK"
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AGENTS FOR

High-Grade Liquors.
SILVER BROOK, PRIVATE STOCK BEN HARDIN SO[l I MASH.
VERY FINE: FIRIEDMAN'S CELEBRATED OLD PRt VATE
STOCK. 12 YEARS OLD; OLD SILK VELVET. KEN-
TrICKY'S PERFECTION OF" PARITY, AND
LOTS OF OTHER BRANDS WHICH
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 1900.


Rateres at the rPot Oimce at rensacola.
fa.ta seecond-class matter.
OI"ICX: Pitt Huilding.,'ll'. Both Pals-
4as street up-stairs.
Pl'BI.H HEDl BY
THE NEWS PUBLISHING 00.
Terms-Invariably in Advance.
Ose Tear by Mai s(
Tma Months :.
"ma Months
0a Week, by Carrier. payable Monday I1

THE WK=IKnKyY NEW:
Published every Friday at $1.i* per year
Pesage free.

TELEPHONE NO. 118.


Advertising Rates Furniebud on A






PEI8A0OLA. MARCH. 17

PRUCICYT D)EaEGAT
Rapr..ntatYve conservative
Zf7... dorud tb-f following tick
4gats from the city precincts to
SrStae County Ctonrention to
rowelton. April 14 and ask tbi
givesta earty support by the v4'
Precinct l:--'. H. G<;iles. i
ban. Win. Bazzell, J. 1). Maxwel,
WrtigbLton.
rPftncot 1::-W. A. Hount. Tbi-
JO t C bri'tt-. J. (.o-. \\ nit*
J.tf. McluauStiEey, J.iin l'h.iff-r
Alsarb.
$r-ietnct 1 --F. H. Il'tnanl .11
Wmn. I-in flett,J F. Atbricroietiih
I nloam.
NT:WSI'APKE:!I.tM i- all a-,
Mr. iShelionl' daily Topek
papor, in whiic'h lie protnise
the world how our Savio
edit a daily paper. If C'ri-
earth now he would have nii
do with the newspaper busily
the net rt-ult of Mr. S
mighty effort will be to bring
ridicule from the carnal
upon holy things. to make
deal of lioney for a worthy
and to do very little per
got.d.
The Plagucs vIf the E 'ai
The epidemic pestilences
often devastate whole coun
the eastern hemisphere and
tropics have thus far inea
spared tilh people of the
States. Asiatic cholera ha
occasional visits, but found
hold for permanent occupati,
low fever has appeared from
time in limited area-, but
conditions and the persisted
skillful opposition it has 11.
causeJ its disappearance atn
it of its terror-. (iiiklil-pox
ventable by vaccination. 'Co
tion we have always with u-I
sections and always shall hl
ill the medical authorities re
it as a distinct daiter, to lie
by precauitioni---ike isolation
as are ut-ed in th,- treatinilt i
plague-s.
The recent ac ritoiy in the E-i-t and in t l-
will opeti our do,,rs to cla- s
.-ase_ hit!.e- to unkniowii. .
lepro-y exists in c'-rtain loi
the direct re -ult i <; intitr coi
cation with f-irt iun couintri
peoples. Last of all coin s
bonic plague of India. in
traceable to the -growingz intini
our commercial rel-itions witi
ties where it isa, : I ~ tioe.
Althtu l l I. -,, far ;* :-z bc-se
kuown, ionly a sai;t le ca-e
loath onm- aud fatal Inalady
upon U'nited it:it-- -oil. it ha
Peeking entrance at the prt'
ioceatsa, ;nd I;i:.'" shortly 1
duly aclinated u ant d take it
iu the Ini li-t of deadly d
that follow inevitably in thli
of ,Io-cVild "xp:iiiio:."

danger. i, nto quite tilte t 1
medical depaitun-it of 01t1 I
Inent .-- iiuid L- oiver hIni. >1.
o. ilf e ainu-.,- w 'l; w ,ih c! i: '-
com- led. a:; 1 p': i:;'., ti z' tine
for the itp njii,, t ; .;',;ilat w.
eril- :Ii h1 .-.' :. I t .'.- ,***i

**I ll we.1d- :rrow .,i ; -'" I
; -.,,. vy i1i ;,'t. n .;ir !y * ". '' '
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A tme ** (',' r!. .LK'! a ;. :o: '] a !. :.
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Politlt'ia -:sr' rn>t to' oil'.
"ollticiJ:tl) w tl, :; tuW -Ill:;l
-hellan" th.e w .- ..i- ,, 1-c
county fir i,'.-- ". ;::. tr+.,t
ilnteltd.d victi;;- :,o *i <,oodi. II
,f cottlre. instead i+f i- d abif*.j r


staod a h,'tter ci; .i,- ;.: a fil
and their -taie o! it.
Thecoffee of whtic; thte roe
was identical in qiali;y,. flavi
aroma with the choice ble-nd-t
offered to a di-cr imiiniating pub
C. H. (onz-tlez & Son. anid I
who gives' then a fair trial ev
greteit. This excellent house
presents to the hou-ekeepers o
eola one of the be-t elect'
' ortm~ents of tine fancy and
groceries in the city. and inv
trial from those who have n
opened an account with them.
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S-Old Hernnitage at Eugene


BUSY BUILDEHSi


Work of the Week Done By
Union Men.


An Interesting Report on New Build-
ings, Repairs and General Im-
provemnenti, Reported for The


News by the Efficient Busine
Agent of the Carpenterb' Union.


A beautiful residence of handsome
pplica'ion. design, with carefully selected mate
.- rial of thie best quality, erected by
the best mechanics the country af
fords, which the owners are justly
proud of, and have expressed them
selves as more than satisfied. This
7. 1900. lovely dwelling is owned by Capt
and Mrs. Aiken, which is nearly fin
ished at 720 North Palafox street
The contt act was awarded some time
democrats
ket for del- ago to Chas. H. Turner. The writer
i the im-m-
te held at was shown over the building by
at they bI- Chas. H. Gingles who has superin-
avid Shev- tenled the work. The dwelling is a
and 1. 1. two-story structure of modern de-
-. Hannah. sign. The foundation and exposed
and W ".
chimney, backs and tops are granite
ad J. .on rotk. painted up with a (lark cenmti n
We, which makes a beautiful finish and
;aid W. A which the stone mason call- rubble
work. The basement has Pervants
gog over quarters and laundry room.
a new The first door consists of vestibule,
to -how reception hall, parlor, dining room
r would butler's pantry and kitchen: fro:mt
t was mIon and back porch. The front porch i-
thing to ^ole-story, with heavy colonial cor-
thing nice.
ine-s,aid The basement walls extend up
heldon'- above the floor of the porch, the
ig coarse height of the ordinal y baluster rail.
-iinded which is capped with Georgia in'ar-
a great The columns are turned Junipit-r
Subject, placed on a base of marble. The
rmanent circular steps are also of (ieorgia
marble.
The vestibule floor is of figured
tile,. the walls are paneled, and it
1tas a moulded c-ilini.
5 which The reception looni ha- riff fl or.
tries on paneled cypress wainscotin,: ex-
in the tending around the ro,.' and up the
in the beautiful Queen Ann stairway to the
asurably hall above. At the foot of the stair-
IUnited way is a unique window with sta-
s made tionary side lights of art glass; the
c-nter glass is one half art and the
ino foot- other half plate glass. This roumn
nll. Yel- has a fine oak mautt I, showing a
i time to half circle against the enameled
climatic tile facing and earth.
The dining room iis ctapon in
entt and siaaie with cove ceiling and rift
*t, have floor. moulded carving and base
d shorn board. with select cypress panel
is pre- wain!scotintg, to be stained a rich
m tali hioaniy to match aii (eleza:nt iani-
nslAump- t -. f t hat wo d.
income )Donble.-liding doors are between
ave un- the diiin;g room and hall and be-
cotniyze tween* hall and parlor. The last
S1111' ned room will remain in alln n-
averted fini-l. comldiitioil fi tlle prc-e.t.
rl-such Thi- back porch i- envlo-sed witIi
Of othtr !liind.s on the fir-t tl.,or ;n I has two
s a'rwavs. one leam rg to) te has--
I '- it. the itthir to the llo-or ai ov.-.
oPW ter- '1 ho floor tlabove conppmo-e-t f
tropiii.- four bI d rooimii. two bttti ro)'n-.
of di-- inen clo'e.. it. The bath rooii anId
S r ad cl sets ;ire imiiined in natural pine.
Trea wooMd work iin th!- h.d rt.onis
'alities, will be finished i i natural wood and
imuni.i- tre-c-e-d wails. (tte rooin is to b-"
ies and lnislied i l blue with triiiin.i;igs 1f
W b lit hire and 1 li. Allotilm'r m I'i0n lll t is to
the bu- ie t;inished ii re-' with black atnd
stantly zoldh tritiming-.. The re miniiniitg
mIacVy f ,,t1it will be liiili<-d in i go ,lden u.ik.
T 'The entire job throughoiout st s ws i
very high grddue if workmianiiipm
tlihat cannot be excelled.
!i inad e The most of tihe hiat rial u-ed int
of this the stairway, -uchl as moulding-,
exists h.tnd rail. ietc, wvi- immaiuf.ctuit ed
Sexn iat tie lhuilding. and all ,1 the- inside
s been l jinliih ,w.'. pl-tced in the le-i'l I .itlJ
of both rt-dredressed by h:indl scr:p.; an
tecolie sand-papered before, it was u-ed.
ndoubltedllv tlii ;- ,oi. oif thie fin'e-t
s place dw- lint- in" tl- '-iti ath, l -:.,tld I,.t
i-eases -et'-nl t lite ,a jr-[' I'.'i '- it.
wake Mr. E. I1. .Ior'-y. tiie nim;:ianag-ir '
Mr. Turn r'- pilum)ini d.-tnlrt mtnii .
hlim-wed u- .mv,-r anld I xjpaiii-J tt-
e 1f our pumhii- sy.t-'tn, Whicti is ver'
;.tt ti.e t:,,lll'ti-t,, ;l I (I|.icm.i-.Ily mli,,. uuv, rn- -t3 I-. li-i-h and workiui.m-i'ip Th,,
p'ur..-ed t*'i" 'mtl;h mimni- oil tlie .ecod i:(t Tl> r
ar'- eachtll titta-I wil! .iJt l .r. d.-
hoieyY- eininele.itd tuius :anti Itialil!i i rii 'i.
Strini. lamvatiri-. or, if w]iic'i- h*1- :a iir,
:' t .. u-ry lI lo ti; .o a-s itri ,r 'i i
T" ,- ,e ar, t w, w.,itt r u.l mi-t. t i-
l,:t- m"lllt-: t m t l it l.. :ii, ; 0 .. l,t. ji
: W ; : ':: i ',, , ; ; : ,i :a ; ,,,,n t tl, 1, t, '; t,, i.

S i \t!.* i : : ii .1 t 1 ,-,1 if :--' it ,-
Mr. Mir iy ) oitiv-ly -a it i ir: y.
I' *- k ;ti' ,:-t ;tuid ;m titry .iare fit:; d
,.. w ith lar .+ >niall-til. it -;')k- w itl
'. t- +in:m i'i-le4.d )a,'k-. a tl tf,** kit ,' II i- *
'1. siippliet-d witli a hiit ; tyo.il,,n h,,ibm ,
SI -1i- whichI i- coniiite.-(d wi;ith all fixture.--
I it t! *it ,riti.'t.)o'i t the- hot' ,-., .'mvi\ :i2 I:- t
t'.-l itn .4Il1 tmil watet r to eac-h.
,i it'i l';r.- wa'. r. ii ;i"y n ai n i tot i- hi ii--
t lu is o,.T m, t :! m'0.i iv'.aiilzl d |pip[ ;indi i-
ot t[Ip iint' ;', nit,.It ,- i th rl- \ mrd imnte. -i t!:;:
r" ;int li o e ciit h-u" u **it with'i out in:erf'er-
!d a-l in with thhi othe-r.


li vot. E:ach fix:ur I ,a- its in.im, vii]alt
hot and coILd supply lupe-. -,, ar-
t s:in-r raietd wit i valves that it canl he re-
ir atid paired without interfering with t:e-
now use -'f any other fixture.
Iic ly Ail -upply pipes are laid with a
o one grade and drain cocks, so that every
er rt drop of water can be drawn from the
e al-o) system.
f Pen- The waste and sewer pipes are _o,
ed as. laid with clean cut screws that E
-taple every run can be thoroughly
ites a cleansed without breaking intfo
ot yt t pipes or damaging the building int
any way.
w4w All piping in the house, both sup-
ply and waste, is s., covered with
Arbo- panels put in place with screws,
that it- em* s ,ftt il I .* *j.. .. 1 .....


VooA s


In stomach trouble;, ha3 a "magic
touch," promptly relieves distress and
all other dyspwptic syruptomis. It makes
rich, pure blood, gives strung, steady nerves.


CREATES AN APPETITE, AIDS DIGESTION.


, I Executive Comealnis- ,.,..
A n meeting of the Deni -
ec:aci' e Committee ,
county i* hereby all. ,I
Im). Monday. Mar ch ,h
of County Judtre "'I. H
for the transacion, .f .
as may come bef.., ;*
By order of
S('. B. 1
DAN Miit i'nl
Secretary.
Road Car C aiul n,
Your choice of ..
styles. guaranteed p,,r
the lowestlivin, pri.,-
liard & Co's.


city and does great credit to Mr. ABOUT SMALL POX.
Turner's plumbing department. -- Investigate the Convertible Term Contracts
e Messrs. Watts& Lewis are erect- TheOfferof Free Vaccination Should
ing a very pretty little cottage for Be Accepted. --oF THE-
SHenderson Benjamin at the corner The en o th s bor f
y of Coyle and Gadsden streets. The agent of the state board of Old P nn M mutual Life Ins C
- J. M. Clark has about completed health gave notice in the ci*y papers C .
,some repairs on the cottage at 110 several days ago that on three named DAVID EDRErT IT"r MN - East Gregory street, which is occu- days each week persons applying at RN.MENT TEET. PE \.
s Mr. J. Willock is erecting a beau- his office would be vaccinated free ---- -
tiful trellis for vines at the residence of charge. Up to this date not a sin-
of W. 8. Rosasco. 618 North Palafox gle person has applied for vaccina- t
Street. Mr. Willock has also just tion. This fact indicates one or the
completed a neat and convenient
e cottage for Dr. Ambler of DeFu- other of two conditions: Either that
r niak Springs. there exists a strange indifference
Contractor A. V. Clubb, has a to the dangers of the dreadful mala-
force of men tearing down the frame dy, orthatthe people of the corn-
- building at the rear of what used to udni or thave such impep licit co-
be the Park hotel preparatory to fit- dence in the ability of the local
Sting up a grocery store for A. Green- health authorities to protect them L
hut. The material will be used as far from its ravages that they regard
as practicable in the erection of four the precaution of vaccination as o _.]
e cottages for Mr. Greenhut, two of unneprecssary. vacciatiou as
t which are four room cottages to be Nevertheless, in either of these
erected on North Alcaniz street, the conditions lies great dai-ger. The
other two are simaler ones and are disease prevails not only in several GettS FuniShing GoodS Oepartmet.
to be erected around the corner from of the neighboring states. but there
Alcaniz on Cervantes street. Mr. are places in F.orida where it exists:
Clbbs has the contract. and too much indifference to the -.....
Mr. Clubbs" contract on tho-power- means of absolute protection )o
house is completed and a numibr freely offered is not only wrong, but SPECIAL-.-i; }:ir- Ladles' (Oxford Tie-. -ize I1 to:; .. wt
one job of work it is. The owners is inexcusable. $1 .2- to ... ..
expressed them selves as well pleased In Alabam a. a health official re- ...... .. ............... .... ........ -
with everything. The entire build- cently stated that the disease exists 't PairsI L.ii-- hutton lShoe.. s.e- I to 6. .................
ing, including the old part,. feet In 40 counties. and there is a move-
fronrting on Barracks sti eet and ex- mnent toward the enactment (of a law l' K,,1 SA'/,, +,, < ,, ,
tending to Tarragona street. a dis- c pellingvaccinationasi e-
tance of 100 feet. The new part has cmpellina. vaccination, as in Geo- Elegant Li. of Mi-ses' and.Childre.'- Strap Slippeis a tl
four engines, two of which are 15- ne of the latest public health re- brtd Mrrim Make. ack.an. d a 1:
horsepower; each of the other two ports of the Marine Hospital Service p to Date Style-.
arthe buldng h as tepoer.hree oldengine of verin the perio from Deceber Ladie" Hlious,, Slippers at................... .-.. 7h. $1.,0 .:a
the building ha- three engines ofl .,9. )0., to March 2, 19C0, hhows the
ICO-horsepower, making a total .if t-xistence of small pox in no less than fr.SE0E (I-R SHOW WINI)OW FOR MI-:N'-S 5-Nl(.'- "
l-horsepower. The mnahinery 't counties and cities in 35 states of
of the latest pattern and so a ranged the Union, with 4,756 cases and 2'4 To Arrive Next Week, New Line ,,v- and Yoath',_;s h., .
that if one or two engines were dis- deaths. In Louisiana, 31 counties lhurlry Stevens' Make. Nobby. p to D.te, Iurhle.
ab ed at one time, there would yet and cities are reported, with 1.810
remain power enough for all pur- cases and 171 death-. A litter report Biggest and Best Selected Line of Men's a
poses. Everything will be in work- from New Orleans shows S1 deaths S is nt
ing order about the first of April, In February. In Texas, 51 courti. Boys' Shirts in the City.
when we will have oue- of the best, and cities report 297 cases and 3
if not the best, equipped plants in deaths. In Nlissi~sippi, I county We are now in a ,1o-ition to Ot)fTer thel l'Public' (;reat \Viu.-
the South, and no doubt there will with 30: 3 cases and 9 deaths. In A la- Youth;' and lBiys' Clothing, hiiv"ing" iii Stock o)ve. .t I Ith- ,
be quite an improvement in our bama. 3countipeswith Ill cases and Suits to -eiet friin.
street lights. I death. Int Georgia, 1Ii counties
The carpenter shop of the Pitt Mill with 122cases. Men's Pants in Endless Variety trn .................. 0, o ,, .
Co. has turned out the following Tir Ni ws is not in alarmist, but Our!e ofNkwer (ipri-I:-rStItKwtot#
work the past week: 24 church pews it regards the offer of the state. Or Lne of Niekwear -ompri- :ver' St.1, Kown to t; .\*
for the Episcopal church pon East health authorities of absolute pro-
Cervantes street, 18church pws fr tetion and immunity from thisloath- ioorlo<. o & CO.r COlr 11 (Iu ..fs..
the Santa Rosa Lumber Co., 3 incu- d
bators for Jas. Gonzalez, a lot of some disease, by vaccination free if_ _-.-.
door and window frames for the c,st, as oie that the people of thi.
oard if health, show case for o.city should not longer hesitate to
l'urton, and a fine lot of turned col- avail themselves of.
umn and balustor for various job .;Ioil-
and fancy trelli s for J. Wille-k It i- very hard to st:,d idly by and
see our dear ones .utfler while await-
ing the arrival of the doctor. Ali
We have saved many doctor bills 'Albany N. Y.) dairymnancalled at a
since we began using Chanimberlain .hIdrug store there for a doctor tK) comne
Cough Remedy in four hoini`. Wgs- ,"i hIim child. then ivery sick
keep a bottle open all the tlune and with crimp. Not finding the doctor
k iee ofill fa my 1 I IVwihNti ir Buggies!Buggies!gi
w~lureverany of mily falil3" ,a[- *~y- it). he ]f-t' word for him to cim.,ie at
self begin to catch coh we t,-evin to H
tiu- the Cough Remlledy. d a i- ve i"iihi-return.HaloIII,-I
,tb i: j. ttle if f Chaiiberlaini's ('orim -
-ult we never have to s-enld aw..y lor ir dtl .f (habe laih ( ed.
a doctor and itncur it large 114, ,,ctor [ I, %i. hiht-h, o)Pd ww ll :zip'
bil f,,r ha imbr s itI -,i ;,rli .-Ittl the dlo;t,,r lurlii A SOLID CAR LOAD. Stylish Stick Seats'
b ill. fo ,r C h a nl b e rlai 's C o tn 1 h i t ,.mn-a r r iv ,. I- a f -w ,tiur s h r ++t uri|.
#,yIv never fail to cu re. It i cer- i -. lita, f e r h e r, he ,eti n tid.
tai.ily medicine tit great writ anti vinv i nmti.-h hIh #tt *u ) ,Pretty Phaeton .
w-)rthl.-D ic'. S. 1;A 'I,: t:. t it(i;-ntra d i. Mrth. chil t m uch I b ,tt (r. th, P h aeto -
Merchant and Farnmer, 1Mattie, Bed- liiih- l.i its ltmed rt
ford county. Pa. For ale by I' tl-n 'a!,II .rl:vi,. h s i ln ]-W uiilluiiel" t,
nah Bros., 21 South Pzalafox store t. thtir rnt-ighbrs and friends until he Any and Every Style! Top Buggies.
Beer iii bottles and cares. for f.ant ha0s a ,mi-constant demand for it Iro Styl
ilv y-*e at aEuigin. iArlnn..'-. that tn'rt of the country. For sale
bhyv Hlantn .5i Bros.. l21 South ]'alafox
I., t,, Mi...a R.... -treet. BEST MA i ES I. LATMEST T .YLE


irriti! m ,virs a w ieti .
Mrs. Ann C. Bennett iof this city,
di-d here at 3 o'clock tlhi-s ii .ornlig.
aged ,4 years. Mrs. -einri-t; was a t
sl-ter of Mr. J. B loio-its )t aid
mother of Mrs. C. B. Vetter. Mrs..
JameNs MCuillaghi. Mr. I, C. Bteiliett r
and Mr. Stepheim Bi.i-ett. Thle fi-
i nral will zake place fro-i t!;e r-ti- -
deric- m-f Mr. James .-( I'ul! i_ 'iI
E:i-t .I;a k-.>ni -tre,t at :::''i u-'c ock
to-inotirt'rw afternoon.

Take Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup for all
t hl)s% d '.t**ur: a.v iaitt grippP.-whl-i : ; i :tt \V i.-
'I ir m ll w t '.:vi I t h :" ,'i t ,1 o '" I '-
hroni chiti, itllt s tll tliroiat tnilt liiun ;i ''-

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Hiltitem *s Rvp at Eiuzm~e Ar 1i !hi'-.

.-A Smiit'c 6futsll Btmllfln' % V. ii an. t
Mrs. ('oulson. c.orni r i f I ;,- rn-
mlln lit :mi l B :1ilelt t: -.--?- -t.li ,[!. -,t--
I:7--i-I mainitai|ling h,-r .*nviable ,--
utiati-ni as a atter-r ,f n'm t', frf'-!t
ii.ts alid fri-sh vegetables fr th-!
If -t fain ll i ,-f I) ;, "m) .l:|. *I ,'; *i-.
j y,'. o nlt oily thoi ;idvaitt:.- . t I- -I. t
hxperi 'e,'a! antl wide :tC ;tIm oti thi peoIiplq h:it :tl-a, ; :'.i: ..
.voimi:ai's -kill and jIut.inI- iat f- :il .
;Hatters relating to tie l:ll:iilters- < .e
*f the f-tiiily larder. All whio a-.Il (
w ith h er .11' ;ai i p ll :ti, It ,:' i tr' l;-
and frieril-. "
(.
Room Mouldings i-
m .all -'=:i.i' -. ;,- in ain' fi ir.\, at .1. a
. C1e. & (.' N I. 11 N. l''l iafx it
w
St

7 ll 'ns (junlin d
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Made in Pensacola. *c
ABSOLUTELY PURIE. of
I to
BONBONS AND CHOCOLATES.
ALL KINDS OF BRITTLE. (
bl
POP CORN SEA FOAM. ,h
h
ASK FOR ea

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SELM A-P;NSA(COLA. -
Coiinnit cinig Monday. March l.. First Come, First Served; They Won't Last Long.
r:ili:! I)#tw eln P'etnsacI ila iand Siel aii
w-ill be Inn on fiollowinit sme-h-dul,-: We wil Allow YIui Su i thin- for tat ihI lh.:.
L-av- 1ens,:Vc.la. 12:.5 ')nooi; ar- A it ft;, f
iv,. Selm.t. :Ain i). i. Ain' t hut Fifty 'int-.
Leave Stlm:a, Snt) a. Iln.: a rive,
pe .TI-acol :15.' p. ini.
l;;lyt. -x teipti s.(;.yt a . lr r ,


Aqi&~ i;qiiIeeu -~ '..' 4JRI.P~P#I I~ r%'~'4Ie


Who is Rader ?

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



MOUNA MINTI ON.


,.+ ym .it- .. ) to-di ,:.. I ;, .,* ,.,tI - J L JU .I 1 --


Si ir.v t -.t y I'P r :t i-tt,,o! n I -
da to<,'.:+ "- ; + 10pal -. lassw arC.;
i e t Io d i.. I jI f.I i. ,,;I- i .1 v I t L I ; Ill I a
It -. Ti'ui Tle. n 1- t,1 h- T, ri. I -,,
* 'i-re.ov r it h ,a- 1.atn-. ,-l I : ti- .... -
:;ily ;to, te b (',,i: ;.;' +d t .. -" Q,
.i: I Ixa.e lv, a- .-ri..-..-. mtt -1:1. NOTIC E OUR SHOU W W LA D0tOW. "
1{) ece ti: ;- Il h l ll.6dive ti V. rl a : i ;i i
id it ',a: td o it- ciilpnmj-it.h 1o i n ': -
:* it- valui- very itu-hi. TI -. i -a.- '
i'en donic e tit great exp-r:- to ime
Wile the peric- to the public rentailnl 0 uf
ie S.i;ie-, nam-iy: On dollar per 107 South Palafx
*.tle. lix bottles for five d(h llar-. :- _-j
The addition spoken of above i- "* S *. 2
directed especially to the relief ,of
idige tion in its varied form s... . . .-
With proper diet the Tonic will
ure thIe worst forms of this tor- JUST OPENED.
renting affliction with its hundreds
f obscure symptomns,often referred
, other organ than the stomach. U 'I I I l
By this addition. its virtues as a
general tonic and invizorator and
ood purifier, are not impaired in
ie least. No better medicine can
found for the relief of those dis- -- Everything New and Clean.-
uses that are so prevalent in the
ring months. The Most Attractive in the Entire C:ty. Regaar Meal- .. :*
I take this opportunity to thank and Short Orders Served at all hours. S.,eial Week.-v


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 1900.


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ETOJIlNESS


IN :DE


Boots and Shoes.

THE BOSTON SHOE STORE,

(Nathba G. For.heimer, Prop ,

D wtela Ladies and Gents, Misses
a ChMisrO'a Flee BSoes; also Trunooks,
Vltes, etc., etc. LIeder In Low Prices.
117 Se6th Palaeox Street.

Books, Stationery, Etc.

THE GEM BOOK STt IE,


1tilatonry and FaLcY 4.-)0J5.


(Wholesale and l-ltall .
Artist Material. Sorting Goods,
Pistere Praatx. School Books, Miscel-
lam Books, N'ewpap'-r and Mes-
zaa. C. R. JOIl1 NSON. Prop.
:ip Soath P'alafox Street.


c. V. THE))tlS41N.


Dealer ia Stationery, ~.lice Sppl.es.
Notions, Etc.

30 South Palafox Street.

Bicycles.

GEORGE A I'ErEmSON,
Deair la Bicysles. Ageut for Rambler
ead Cipper Chaailess Bicycles. Ilicy-
des, typewriters, gume and all kinds of
light imeblsery repaired. Locksmith-
.g of all kleda done. Gjns and bicycles
fr nost. 12 West R maia street.

Butchers.

G. 1). BRAMHIALI..
Butcher and Green Grocer.
Dealer l Beef, Pork. Muttoan.Vegetatle e
and country Produce.
Staple and Fancy Groceries.
Corner Tarragona autd Lallura Streetl.

Clothing.

CARL SCIIREBNICK'S
....uowBa I'rkOIl n ot"'-....
Dealer to Clothibag. rents' Furnishlug
Goods, lisLt. Shoes, Etc.
"- BSouth Palafox Mreet.

China and Glassware.
S. .1. IAACS.
Agateware, Tinware and < rocker%.
101 Seuth Palatov S'ret. 1. s. :ob-
erts'* ld S-and
Carpeaters' Tooli aud > Ielf lardwa're
a pec allty.

Commission M.erec ants.


SSW OBLEAN!-tM.:)
hIIODi Ct. Ot' It VAN 1
060. WILSON & -..


\N II


Becelvers of Early ad Late \Vegetabe-
and Fruits.
UHgbest cash prices paid on proed.:e
la this market. Write us for prices
Maodlers of all kinds of produce
Premp t returns. 311 ani :t-' North 'sr-
racess Street opposite nion Depot.

THE JACOBY GROCERY
AND COMMISSItN CO .


Coal Dealers.


'ARY & CO,
(Iocorporated.)
Wholesale and iletail Dealers in Stteam,
Domestic and An,'hrcite 'oal.
Office. No. 22 East (;overument Street.
P. 0. Box 15. Phones 93 aun 6.


Carriage


Manufacturers.


J. M. 1HOWELL,
,Established 1 i4.)
Manufaclurer of Fine Carriages, Bug-
gies, Etc.
Repairing in all its Branches Promptlt
Attended to.
Horse Shoeing a Specialty.
1F East Garden Street.
J. M HILLIARD & CO.,
E tablished 1-'-4 )
Manufactunrrs aud Dealers in Carriagesp,
Bugile%, Wagons and Dlrays.
Repairing Attended to Promptly.
Phone 124 ;,n E.it. Garden 81tret.

Dry Goods.
WILLIAM .IOHNSON & SON.
Establ.,hed IS, l '
Wholesale and Retail l)ealter in liry
Goods, Clothing. Bootsi and Shoe.-,
Carpes. Matting and Hug4.
HAIn.WA : l)tI'AIRTMK .rT-Conpi-ting of
HaII.rdware. (Glatswave. Paintsi. Oils,
Varn' .'-es. Buhigics. Wagons.
('arts'. Brdl-es. Saddles,
liarnes.-. Etc.. Etc.
IIS to. 1.4 >uthli Palafox Street and 2 to
Ea-t Intendencia Street.

1)rug(ists.
PENSACOI.A DRUG C< (.
Druggists ani Dealers in Patent Medi-
cines and Perfumery.
lIru_,zists' kancy ard Toilet Articles.
Paints, Oils, Brushes. Etc.
Physicians Prescriptions Carefull%
Compounded.
Corner Gregorv and Palafox Stp.

Furniture.
,* M. PRYOR'S
BARGAIN IC HNITUHTI HOUSE,
Dealer In a general l I.iu- of Farulture,
Wholesale and lietail.
4 42 and 44 South PIalaftx 'reet.
Largest. I intet and Best Assorted "lUp-
to-D ste" Furniture ,tock in
the City.
Ter'nn-Ei:h'er Cash oriontalxinent Plan
W 1:. NMIRIWETiHEl.
-lealer in-
Ilaruiture. S'oves. Lamps. Toilet Set's.
E:c.. Etc.
Sold1 n Wn.,kly or Monthly 'syuments,
: and 4 ,E. Inteudencia street .

IA1)1ElR FURNI I'I RE C~)..
Dealers in Cheap. Meliiam and Fine
Furniture.
STOVE% A SPE'! \I.TY.
Ca.'.. or In.tai, 'iit1- I'-n.
3t Out:1i Ps1 af'. x <.w!ee /.

Hair (; Goods an! fillinery
M ;1 *. i%.\t ~lI 1i 1 I NIV.

\!au :':e* !f an a 1 .ler :a 11air

:- W --t (;G, e nrrirt S'ri

Fou ndries an d. ilch in ists.
C. M. SwF.Nrt W .1. Coz-.,so 1 v
CoSG 'Vl-.k Fo1NDRY MAt IIINEF
COM PA NY.


Ieadlers of We*'ern and C,,utr EnIgineer-. MachiDnist and Foun tymen.
ProJnce of a.1 &K;ud. Gen ral Blacksmiths. Machine Forgers
Prodeofal: Kinds. and S eet Iron Workers. Coprtrstnjith
G oceriese ad Feed St :-f. Work. Bhip and Steam-hip Work a


Coffee lijasters'aud Gri'iicr- a I Tea
Blendlers.
Retrlgtrator r~erva('e. Consai.z,. ments
So1vled.


specialty.
Valves. Pipes. Paumos, 'onnec' 1-ins and
Fittings for Steam. W.ieTr :aid Gas.
Palafox Street Wharf.
Phone 1, ..


Foundries and Machinists.
JOHN PURDY,
Foundry and Machlae Shops,
Central Whsrf, Crroer Jeffirsun and
Pine streets.
Telephone 346.
Patterns. Casting, Lumber Trucks,
Small Chilled Car Wheels, Wood and
Iron Pulleys, Ilaugers, Boxes,
Etc. Manufactured to O(rder
nla First-Class, Work-
manlike Manaer at
Reaooable Rates.
Dealer In Macblsery, Fittings ard Sup-
plies for Stationary and Marine
Application.
JAMES HUGHES,
P. 0. Box. 404. Telephone, 12:3.
-BOILER WORKS.-
A General Line of Machile Work.

All kinds of team Boilers, Tanks and
Sheet Iron Work Manufactured
and Repaired Promptly.
Steamboat Work a Specialty.
Pipe Fitting, Etc., Etc.

Fancy Goods.

WING. HOP & CO.
Importers and Dealers In
Chineseand Japanese Fancy Goodps.
Canton Crape, Ivory, Chias Ware, Fine
Teas, &c.
31 South Palafox Street.

Groceries---- Wholesale.

rilE NEW ORLEANS GROCERY t o.
(James McHugh, Prop '
Wholesale Grocers and Dealers in all
Kinds of Feed Stuff.
The Only Coffee Roasters in Westeru
Florida.
and 10 West Inteadencla 8'reet
Phone 105

Grocers--Retai.


Insurance. A1 usic Houses.

tOS. C. WATN & ,. IJ-. M. Clutter's

General lisurauce Agents, Fire,. .ife music House,
anUl Acci dent. The Leading Music House in F.orda
Fire Insurance placed in First-Ciass and Alabama.
Companies. We have sixteen of the This pioneer music house has estab-
best. We are Agents for the State of listed a reputation forfair dealing and
Florida for the Home Litf losurani e Co. low pices. Manufacturers agents for
of New York. We are also Agents of the Celehrated Kranichb & Bach piano.
the Standard Accident Co. of Detroit, also Ch ikerig, Weber, KreWilrd ester,
Mich. PatronAge solicited. Smith & Barnes. Wiliard anti Royal
NMc I SPatronute olt reet.Pisnos. T'bse. pianos are.direct from
Slf rt. the factory, and ar not slhilptd over
KNOWLES .the country from one
KNOWI.E. BIS. BRANCH HOUSE TO ANOTIHEI.
S KNW K L H You can alwav hbe sure that tie piso,
WM. !1. KNOWIK.s. oKNWLs HKR. ^you get from CLUTTER is new. We
Insurance and i!{al Estate Agents. keel ali pianos sold by us in tune for
two years free of charge. Terms on new
General Agents of the Equitable Life pianos from per month up.
Assurance Society of the United s'ates- 112 and 114 South 1'alatf.x Street.


Strongest in the World. Write for
Illustrations.
301 South P:taafx Street.

Ice and Cold Storage.


b I nFi roN,


%%. "%iltiK,


'Till: ISrAT>'I N ICE \V 'KS.
I e. Wholesale and Retail.
.in IKLLCit. Manager.
T: lephone% .,* and .5'..
P. 0. Box 1;;:;.
I TlHE G:O. W. ARH' I H E AND ('COLD



0. W. Arras. Pre.t. & Gen. Manager.
('orner Wrlbht anul IIlyne Sr..ett.

.lo/> Printers.


vINE TEAS. ROASTED COI SIF I l. S. S l. i ITE.
J. E. D)UBUISSON & BRO..
Wholesale and Retail Dealers iu (Choic Commercia' riuter. 1.iler al I.nler.
Family Groceries, No. ":21 U Suth l'alatx S rcrt.
Crockery. Stationery, Glass, Tin. Wco ,
and Willow Ware, Good Work at F.iir Pl';i...
Cigars, Tobacco, Snuff. Etc., hlay, Corn.
Oats and Bran.
Garden Seeds a Specialty. Loan .-JgentiS.
2!. Tarragona St. 13I ntendencia St
I1. . a ,'.. Clb* s


II. MULLER.
1. nM-v to L (au on ai. kinds ,,f Per-
1II. Pfeiffer & Co.'s Old Stand.) sons; Pr,,pery. Money furcished on
Dealer ia Groceries, Feed Stuff and Ship short notice.
stores. Terms Easy and Satisfactory.
4o South Palarfo Street ael I to 7 East When you need money. call and see us.
ZarragoessaStleet. ** South IPaafox Street.
Telephone 213.
....--..... T T#/dr/oe


'. TABARRAS, STA I..
Dealer in Staple and Faccy Groceries, Every CLss of L tundr Work Il)Lv
Hay, Graln, Feed, Etc. with Neatness and 1 latch.
V'tAIKVt: INM R llAM. l'ro t.i: k)7.
Corn.-r lsvlen iand lntendencla Str, et..


Hotels.


I.EWIS 11I .'E,


PlhOne i ; 4.

Livery Stable's.


Mrs. W. F. Lewis. Proprietress. I, N. Ii\ i.' N
Located opposite the Union Depot. air
within one hundred feet of the -AEI- T, I.
Street Cars. .1. ;. W. I'. I tSuager.
;Good Accommodations for tho Travei- i'rl-ra retv.sel i, "TI'elt.hone N. ..
lut l'uthli. Special Rates for Families. Day or Night.
Transient Rates. $1 to $.125 Per D)s%. BoardiuQ ItH.res a Speta;is .
12 and 14 W. t luten l'ccit St-ret.
Hardware. A our Buggies. t arriages anuj1 iars ,
are ':hbber Tired.
WILL IIIHARIWARE COMPANY, }')L- I ;'BINSON.
Dealer In Builders' Hardwate. Stoves


and House Furnishing G.)ods.
Oils and Glass.
82 South PI.lafox Street.
Telephone 2"7.


I'slnts.


P.Mairble anti Granite 11 or's.:

JFI"NSA(CVl4 Nit NUNIFMN [A.U. '~ls
WVILLS BR'I. 4it1 f TI). lP'rop-.

toneim. Vai-ex'.. \-'. reatlh-. irtl-
h-A Work,. Sevete, Cn. xrs'. B:)u et

I:- in Fcn'ces anil al. iLIis of CerL' tLkr

I cmigns and El>r, 't.a1"rluobetoon


-o -kd n'on 7". i rt N'oticv,
ticn G*,-rranteell.


Real Fstiato


J. 1'. -iru '.

1, it: L 'e

1. te lit dOfIa.


I :ourance and
.."'J so-atl


LIN l;R

1~i L?,~ 7.


4 e~nerall %.;eLtP Of ..
'.-suranve Socletv of :
stroagcit in the ". W
irt iiir,


.1 N %" l'I1:.'A -


I .-: f:'-at e a r t e 1
t' ILL a Cd"urtr% rr


Ship ('ha n/il



Shp i~neilery ar.'.
0 p'it' ..u ~rY


SNo. NortL; I'allx and to 1. East 1 .:ni.:.ed.
i tr, -n Street.


Plumbers.


Tuie l 1,ma lm-, rnwr madi O;asFitter.
witb tnt' k:est -lesigun~ and modern
improved lBit', F, b 'Water I'1sutt-S.
l~artor~. K: ;ejjSlInkt aud RIft
Water B;. :, S-
Aillo-,,. I x.res are '"np-ti-att
anD Ican lit-), ., ecefled anrwilere.
N o. ~~ih l.iafox Stre-e!.




~ lied 1-72

Manfic'vres!r to f".1..Pitt & 1inI

anti ll ktuds o u it r ae~I
lion)e 1I
('ornur NI .:n and Barrack. Street.


Restaurants.


N WK'KS IIESTAUR IIN I.

MIEAL 'r AT LI. If,')LI .S..


K!%b and i ovsTrm a Sneeriaitv.
koept ''terp inu th~e C(i l
Ti':e Best A F't'rit.'iniz the 5Martt


I I Sit],hP.la3fox r.-.".

Real Estate.
Ilit, 0 C. V- Al F-t IN & 0q


(' P~lrovertv t'AuLht and sl.I n

ten i'i t.. I~u IIe Ii de ~ wj 1.,13"I' 1 .~
tat. ~-c ir.,t., Is't of Tvt .&.sFir-
nishe,! to a, ;ruer in .ar
C'oU WtV

1 iSl:i. L EAl.L P- ATE IGINY.


1 lisle WVitor. Manager.
R a Estate. I-uts ant1. .


W. I. litiNoN, Minasgr.

ced. 1. very ranu1 ,ie Stai les.

No. :.' \Vest latendenia Stree:.


mind dertPA -if



N'o'INT~lil P
Proft:!%o'tn:ti k ba: art-r, ::., .
of Fine i antri' :
N's ILan AII sWoe", :' rer ~

Ph,)-,,Phie N
K,-.:lednree Vi


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Ii flra aiulLro ','r


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-,llore :: .ii F.-lj
sl( t't e-4


TlfE IAII.Y .-
A.- I -:. -' -- Da3-- V
I)-iivtred by Ca 7 .7

THE WEFElNI !A


d Fs


KILLED HIS MAN IN CHURCH.
CMOs M Of Cosyy sAt'l the Court
rbakbees Jury.
Oa&O Mare 1 .-A specialtoaThe
(brenmeto Dellas, Ter.. says:
the eMaeeS of crinaual appeals
AVa, knmed bthe eueesno of ten
pym -" reminmet against John L.
Ogta a am killitag of Professor
WM AIpseaamb ia the Ce.tral
tehrtasb. ahe o of Dallasem thea mibh
f1 JW 1S8. Professor LApacob
W- tmWil of etO Dallas public high
dM& h OWihalad bees dalsmised as
j 1 s s6 e Pbefesor LApeeomb
wash &darftg eburch services with-
seas we@ S anso the presease of a
g eam~es.n O the trial he
a e 7asb" hi defeases.
JPdg he of the ooer of criminal
-ppoal e-t. f she written opsloe of
eaoe- as the eateac do.

tM i Smagt*@IS:
.-.... IS he onme of

._n-rs-a a lesson understand

4WL evidsm. e amply supp m mar-

i= 10izWO916h auve of Baa-
i = M K. Ma. sad a ogsia of
ra momaeki. t

AhL. Marsh 15-It is
an a a- 4~ anWs Jofa he
WOl be WW -








gmh-a-g r Watatr a saw.


ft=agon s the reenaeseyobe ta

dM wekb wMIl gae a 04&ay mees as
M nmaWk i nhist 9y.


Iwsenty-F-helt C4re of Cotte.
rV.y.SOI.s. Ga. March 15 -Littletoa i
& Lamar of Americus have Just com.
pleted a shipment of 703 bales of cotton


from here. It required 2S cars to carry
it. It has just lat( on a special for the
Americas compress. from wbeaoe It
Sgoe to Savanaah for export. This is
perhaps the Aargest single shipment of
cotton that ever left our town. The
prnce paid wasa ~1 cents per pound and
the amount was something over $W0.
000. This s quit* a saam of money to
be turned loose t one little town.
Rural )Delvery la Bibb.
MacoN. March 15 -The rurai deliv.
cry service was comamnced here today
at 9 o'clock. Bibb county had cousid.
orable difficulty in securing this deliv-
ery. but fially. through tbhe efforts of
Congressmaa Bartlett. it was brought
about A majority of the people liviag
along the route have purchaesd boxse.
for their mail. and the others. if they
get their mail by aLrers, will be re-
quared to do the same.

FREE BLOOD ( RIK-.
An offering g Prv)>ing Falth to tbar-
Icrer. I
Is yr-ur Bl.i-d Pur&t.' Are you sure
of it? D), cuts ,or scratcbes heal
slowly? loes rnur skin itch or burn'
Have yV u Pipule'? Eruptions?'
Aching Bones or Back? Eczema?
Old Sore-? B',il'? Scrofula? Rheu-
matisn? Foul Breat,? Catarrh?
Are you pale? If so purify your
Blood at once with it B. B Botanic
Blood Balm It 1'iakes the Blood
Pure and rich. heals every sore'
and giv-s a clear, smith, healthy
skiD. Det-p-seated cad-s like ulcers,
cancer eating -ores. Painful Swel-
lint:!. Blod Piason are quickly
cured by I. B. B.. made especially
for all obtituate Blood and ckin
Troubles-. B. B.. B. is different from
other remedies oecause B. B. B.
drains the Poison and Humors out,
of the Blood and entire ystVem so
the syniptoms cannot return. Give
it a trial. It cures when all else falls.
Thoroughly tested for 30 years. Sold !
at drur stores at $1 per large bottle,.


BLUE POINTS.


somnethkl About Thesa Arlstoerats
of the Itvale rFaslyr.
A newborn oyster is a tiny deck of
(creamy substance. not much larger
than thit point of a pin. Its advent In
countless num ntrs from the middle of
July to the middle of August Is to the
oystermau of Connectlcut. where are
located probably the largest seed oyster
plants in the werid, an event of the
utmost intervat. Long Island sound
has some pfecullartty of the water which
renders it eepecianly favorable for the
rakliug of the choicest and most wlide!y
s.lught oysters. Nut only are here lo-
oeited thousands of oyster phantatlons.
but aiso, Itunmease natural oyster btdsq.
Ant. here and there only Is raised the
famous Blue Point oyster. the taozst
dli.-ately Tavored of Its kind and In do-
waiul the world over.
The Great South ery. on the outside
of I"ug island. facing the o-ean awnd
c', t.e.,n!,u a distance. e t 50 miles from-


WEEKLY SCHEDULE
FOR STZAM DIVISION
PI E AOOLA ELECTRIC TERMLNAI
RAILWAY COMPANY.
Trains leave Pensacola for the Little
Bayou, Palmetto Beach. Warrington. Navy
Yard and Fort Barrancas at
S a. m. arrive at Fort Barranmcas 7:)a.m
I-,:00 a. m.arrive at Fort Barrancas l ;.45a.m
I:mO p.m.arrlveat Fort Barraneas 1: t:p
N:W p. in. arrive at Fort Barrancas 4.:' p min
6:13p. m. arrive at Fort Barrancas 7:.p m
*8:00 p. m. arrive at Fort Barrancae 8 :4 p.m
Trains leave Fort Barranoas for PeDsa-
cola as
T:ao a. m. arrive at Pensacola .... 15 a.m
11:00 p. m. arrive at Pensacola ... 11 :6i p. m
':oo p m. %rrtoe at Pensacola ... a p. m
S:.t4 p mn arrive at Pensacola 4: p m
':i p. m. arrlTv at Pen-scola ..... B:&p.m "J
1o cardayp only.
lA effect DPC. l et, lW.
S TDAT 0CKlD IDS.
Leave Pensaoola. Lv Fort Barranow.
9 a. m. 10 a. m.
11 am. iI m.
p.m -"p.m.
8p.m 'p.m
sp.. p.m.
i~n -~ u


M


Millan Bros. Co.


Coppersmiths,

General Metal Workers




Celebrated McMillan Seamless Turpentine Still.

dM m tMOn B mL L A. do tk ow.

MOBILE, ALA.


TIME TABLE.


t..e towns of South Bay and Speonk. is PARR Fon RWK BAYS.
t h artr~P of nste n ,acola to Fort arranca and return LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD
tie headquarters of the entIre produ..'- Pen-saola to Navry Yard and retnrn.... kc : v vr *, li
tou ,*f the genuine Blue Point oysters. Peaseola to Palmetto Beach aad return 15c . ..' Cr AI Ai
The uanae is derived from a point of PA PaOM w UNDAT
land which jnts aut into the !my here. feaoesiamt o rtBarraan NSav ''a%. ; a. 01,C-..<, A r.v p.
nI ardan4rturn .........
a:letl Blue point. Peasseeas to Palmetto Beo an -a a..d A: .I rii. > A .-'*
A combination of perce tage of salt 4ar Ar .- i . a i r:.- .O l.- nAr... "' ,- ,
la the water. teuperatMrev. depth. con- No frtelht rce-ITved4atntr S: m 1* V rn :;. In M .=zt.or:nt Arr\ ;. '
d.tlou of bottom. tom p their with some |- -- - -a t.. m A r.. ,5' .--. Arr.v- -; an.
arn A.'- .... Arne ..IPAu
indeflnatdle quality possessed by the i -Ac -i -.-- d., I- .,. ,.
hat'er which Is different from any GRtAND EXCt ILSION --O
other. ;.vee to them their favor. which e B JwsEN PENSACOLA AND JACKSONVILL&
has ever yvet been equaled by any of
t.e various k'nds of oysters raised In .,
.Aiierika. and the oyster industry is by -P' ': I' "
far the most .mportmat fishing industry ;&' a.,,
in the United States. The Blue Points ai .- n
are simply transplanted Norwalk and ,.a m i ,0 n, M r. r u. ,
Bri.lg-port seed oysters, whibk are tak- To Greenville. Montgr.mne:y and Bir- ... .. U Ta.iabae. : .. p m
en frtm oyster beds and put into the ningham. Saturday n.*.rht. Mbrc. 5 V nM Jacwanvile A, .f m
RBlue l'ant beds in Oreat South bay. 31. ltv.iVug I nlu Det. .it :'', ,no! -- to- -
where they attain matuuty under tbe regular pa-eizer trail Fre for T E
round trip: Penaz, cola t, M,Mnt-t
most exalted and potent conditions. gmnerv. ':,-: to (ir-envitll-. 3:; 5 -I T -
which graduate themoyster aristocrats. to Bi miuthan.. $ v, Fro.a C I 0-PROPRIlTOR OF-o
with reputations ready made. poses- tonmuent same as Pensacola. Pait -sS I
ing the highest oyster valuation and desiring sleeper will apply to tli-ket !
sought for as "Divine Paits" in every 'agent in time. Purcha-e tickets at-
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8 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MARCH 1, 1900.


ABLE COUNSEL EMPLOYED. SHE KILLED HER HUSBAND.


VITAITTY AND STURDY GROWTH


NERVE


ENERGY AND


PURE, RICH, NOURISHING BLOOD.


PAINE'S


Compound


The Household Medicine


Mrs. J. C. Dunn, Tarentum, Pa, writes:

I ow, woi :i reat ilebt for tl s < lgo.l Pain (t'- l rv Coni-
pontI has ,,n' iv yhalv bov and nmyiself. About a year :,gu lii-
ficee toroke wit in -,re-. W ha!d two of thie Ist loctor- attenal
him. t ut thlie sor-. kelt on -pr.alinu;. Finadll w.e tried IPaine's Celryv
(Com|mdin. a: 'ne In t tl' culred him of a la:l t ,a-,e of eczeia. I
aiim ut-ini thti ('>ni;oiuu it i n.w f..r nrvou-ie--. an I u i i- l.-inr w.nirrs
for n;. .

Paine's Celery Compound gives strength; re-

lieves the body from suffering and exhaustion


Children of 1k- SIuma.
11.1 I.,. I i1,ij '0,Ae'*-Lj of C IiI i :
1 cin-a i i z ,'Id.'.i ~'tsc:' I-. i j rI ofS1nIr --v
I.-tlmArt C'uale ,,h i Ic. %'Ar'-. I v N
T's.!ri'i1. "e'(ist r 14 1- Sera I is of I 'i.
isan;i.'v.si, 1,. 'sxtm% !witdefUrned. .ir.

%1qI: NN. 14i~tr-A; 0 A t11 X ii !flhZ v i i l fhe j'v]
ci l uti sNvo 'I nt.I ?~:s sni at f,.vTh.,s

crusle : li l'.' I'.tm'toIt z't uo t S.

lt in ii leu-1i n_ i the.I 17 :5 r z In i i :dtI he
I ~ ~ it. :il's xna. i:t''V' u il e tt jlcxii
tlr'm~.: te and The i'- n :sthe fcvt -
I.:tI" 1;.-uv Ifes'~eLato i~t 4,tht.en s'.::'lior
ii'uch 4" !n- lLe o-li'rsb.7sI Anis'-h1 1eId Ie
ina e 14ixah'iengel of l. Inght" ncl




FOR ]BEAUTIFUL RUGS
andti raperis qif'.KuI
.,zw- weii :is evt ritil III- hi.. !t, I-


A Disappointing Ilnet.
l'nr, ie ; tu:'t v ii a a E:w u

:.:I:: V- An i'.iLat LL- 'is tho?
ie ,:vnIM WV> c. l. '',-a a1 ennousI. si.
A %veust T-i e iv a hit I NIT 1 1iuuu tl;
Itlwr e -ie:aii. allii 'it 'e(-I ro"'t ,i-' a ;glss
(1 wllu'isk i. (Yt~v 4k4-. NWokI. ho "as

an:i Inj ppit. '[hat's lase sq ort t o


A think- I W, tit I (' c:zv wil1
p 4't& wo-i o- it ot s*. (' :iir i- H~it;*--
pll tol.. lit rulitimu AcI. "I !lai--'ne:
affl!iteted wi*th v t'-11: &Iflfa-.eaestl
v-.-.r- au:u I-arp 'svd itt i-wilth-


For !.' i-10v ~st.a : 2S. P~i'.-
.51' X -ti t
.1y h-F NF Ian ijs

Comfijort-abl'e 7ma fti'sses,
,uillaws- o ~c.. toflo un it), unur


Mea Charged With murder of Goebel
Have strong t)efease.
LorISVILLE, March 16.-As a result
of meetings held by a number of prom.
inent citizens of Louisville, it is an-
nounced that ex-Governor John Young
Brown has accepted the employment as
chief counsel for the men arrested for
the murder of the late William GoebeL
This action, its promoters say, is taken
in order that no innocent min may be
convicted through tne agency of the
$100,003 reward appropriated by the
last legisLtture.
Ex-Governor Brown will be chief
counsel and with him will be associated
Hon. George Denny of Lexington. W.
C. P. Breckinridge of L-xington, Hon.
J. C. Lims of Bwlhng Green. Hon. A.
K Willson of Louisvlie and several
others. These lawyers have been in-
structed to rush the cases to an early
trial and failing in that to instn:ute
habeas corpus proceedings in the state
and federal courts.
WATTERSON ON SITUATION.
Says Courts Wall D.rr-de and I). mo-
cratet Will Win.
-NEW YORK. March 1( -Henry Wat-
terson of Louisvil' is in the city. He
does not think there will be any serious
trouble in Kentucky.
"Matters arlsing out of the guberna-
torial contest and th9 assassination of
Mr. Goebel," he said. "are in the court
and tnere they will 1hi adjudicated. I
don't believe there will be any blood-
shed. In my opinion, the courts will
decide in favor of the Democrats and I
bei:eve that all Kentuckians will re
specfuiy abie by the decisiu of tne
courts."
It'ruh .c.as A nta-sa Asarw -r.
L"; VIU.L.i March IJ -Theamended
answer of tue Pepublicans in theo B-ck-
ham-T.'ivor consolidated suit involving
the governorinip, was filed with Judge
Field in the ticuait court today. It has
been in preparation by ex Governor
Bradley, Judge Yost and other attor-
neys uluoe Judge Field's recent decision
declaring his court had no jurisdiction
in the case, and that his court would
not review the action of the legislature
seating Beckham. The amended an.
swer ios made principally to perfect the
record before the ease is take taken so the
court of appeals.
Haz*Itpp Released on Bond.
FK.ASKFORT. Ky., Maroh 16 -Secre-;
tary of State Powers, Captain John
Davis, W. H COlton and W. L. Hase-
lipp were arraigned before County
Judge Moore at 11 o'clock and after
some argument between the attorneys
Haziiipp was released on $10,000 bond.
Judge Moore set the examining trials
for Monday.
lul'-s fo Lent.
All tlie faithful who 1.ave c,,in-.
pleted tht ir twenty-first year anu
who have not begun their -ixtiethm
y-:ar, atd u ho ire not exempted frl- i,
the obligation of fasting by sickle t.
hard work -r other well known rea-
oin. are obliged to fast on all tle
dayv of L,eut. except Sundays.
Oa tt,. seo days but on full inmeal i
.il .wed, hlich '--hon!d not be taken
befir, e 'iO.l.
(Cuitoiln l:.-w> a rup of ctotTeo. tea
,r thin chocolate. and a sinall pitce
of biead or a cracker, to, be taken ini
tl:e i;orning ; and in the eveninvr, a
ell ,t ti,,ni, tuet exceediga the fourth
part of :inL <'r1inatry: oMal, ai. all,,wed.
At thi, c :lla.tion, huttvr, chee-e.
milk.e' eg and all kinds of fruit.
ti-h andu vezretable, ;re allowed.
When the p'rmtcipal meal canint
without rave iiiconvenience Ihe
taken at noon. it i pernis!lsil lo
take the collation in the morning
and the dinner in the evening.
Abstinence from thie ut e of fti-h
i, e'j *inal on all the Wednesdayv
and Fridav-of Lent and on the Sat-
urday of Ember Week and on Holy
Saturday.
The u'e of lard ik allowed in cook-


inL-.
Fi-h and fle-hi are not allowed at
the sime meal, even oni Sundayi.
Eis. cheese, milk and butter may
be u'.-d every day. but abstinence
from all of these it recommended on
Good Friday.
Persons exempted from the obli-
gation of fastiug are nout bound by
the restriction of using meat but
once a day on the days in which the
use of meat is permitted by dispen-
sation.
Children over seven years of age
ire bound by the law of abstinence,
unless excused by sickness or other
causes.
The paschal time, in which all
Catholics who have come to the
years of discretion are bound to re-
ceive holy communion worthily. ex-
tends from the first Sunday of Lent
till Trinity Sunday, inclusive. Chil-
Iren over seven years of age are
bound by the precept of annual con-
fe-?-ion. Pa.st,.rs and parent.- should
-ee that the children comply with
this duty.
The holy season of Lentt is a time
of prayer. of sorrow for sin, of seclu-
-ion from the world and it amu-e-
neit!ts. and o-f generous almn.-iving
By a -p-cial indu:t granted to tthe
bil-hi s of the United States for t--n
year.. dating from Mar:.h 1, 1S!"5
working people, who cannot easily
observe the common law of th.,
church. are di-peti-ed from the ob-
lization of abstinence on all days oi
the year ex'r: it: Fridays. A-li
Wedni-day. Holy Week and Chri-t-
inas Ev,.'. Thi- di-pensation does
noet ex-lmpt fl'lm the additiomlnl ch
;i.2itlo- of fa-ti:Lt'. wh-.re such ex-
it.-,. nor ,-, .: aU ;;<>r.'i," tihe use of
ti-;' iino l--h it th- s-.1nii inx -al. It
ij .'*itd''-. liw4'V l. ntot 1 :I ti.e Itin l-
viduA:l workmen in who,-e favor it is
:gr:ant, J. but all the ni-mlber- of th':r
ta'nilie?1 Ja well. lIu return it i- ex-
pect-(d that tho e: who avail th- in-
s.lv,-- ef thi- indult w Ill end favor t.,
*-ntt-r ini;to the split ,of the holy ea
son of L, -:t by voluntary acts of in,,r-
tificaTion. pe n:ane: nd almnsivini. A
most iir..i-,-woi thy c!i'ltoin i< that of
.btainimu during Lent from stimu-
iants. iu honor of the sacred thirstof
our oivitne (avio4r.
Those who entertaiin any rei.;ona-
ble doubt about their obligation to


Says Her Life Had B-*n a Veritable
11i1l For Years.
CIlCISNATI. March 16.-Charles Ad-
ams. a passenger agent for the Union
Pacific, has been shot and killed by his
wite. The only person present was
Gertie Turman, sister of the wife.
Mrs. Adams said that she had been
living in a verirable hell for years, that
her husband inreatened her life, that
he would hold her eldest son by the
heels. nead oownwards, outside of a
fifth story window, and had been
haitunaiiy cruel He had recently
threatened her life and she provided
herself with a revolver for self defense.
He opened at supper with a terrific
tirade of abuse, followed up with a
blow across the none which felled her to
the floor, then struck her again. She
struggled to her lee-r, drew a pistol,
fired one shot which s:ruck him in the
shoulder. He turned his back and then
she fired again. This time the ball en-
tered behind the right ear and came out
above the left eye. It was a fatal shot.
Mrs. Adams is detained at the police
Station.
Adlami was under surveillance by the
police eariy this winter for terrifying
messenger boys.
Negro lainged For Assault.
KArIMAN. Tex., 3Mirch li. King
M1:rtui. a nezro, was hanged here at
neon to tay for cri:ninal assault on a
white woman. lie ltuod upright in a
wagon driven from the jtil to the scaf-
foli, nre- taan a mlie distant, and sang
nvymux utli the way. F.ve thousands
pepeDi were in town, but only about 50
were admitted to the ga inws enc.osure.
Martin preserved hit composure to tbo
end and aaid from the scaffold he de-
served his fare.
Ir. liit tk-r T rui*r .
T...'A., Fia March I; --fo. .'Charles
C. Wbtraker has been appointed truatee
of the Eti: Ficrida seintinary to suc.
ceed Dr. H. T. Lrkes. woo has resigned.
Mr. Whitaker i, a young man who is
very popular in this city, and has many
friends who are proud to know that he
has been appointed to this responsible
position.
Sadce and the Monkey.
One very wet day Madge was look-
Ing disconsolately out of the nursery
window, longing for the weather to
change, when she saw a strange look-
Ing man coming up the driveway, lead-
Ing a monkey, which was tricked out
in a scarlet Jacket and little blue pants
and a cap of yellow, all covered with
bright tinsel. Madlge ran down stairs
and asked her mamma to allow him to
come Into the hall. Mamma said
"Yes," so the Italian name in and made
the monkey dauce and bog and do a
hundred funny tricks. but when NMr.
Monkey was disobedient his master
wh1iped him nnd shook him, which
made the monkey rub his eyes like a
naughty child andl chn'ter, and Madge
n- Iong,'r cared about the wea' her.


"Heade. Bodies and Lears."
"Iehadi. bodies and legs" Is a most
amusing drawing game. The tirst play-
*er (daNs a head nt the top of his strip
of paper. folds it down. and the next
player adds the body without having
seen the head. The third player adds
the legs. aull the effect of the whole
figure when opened out Is very quaint,
recalling the Egyptian hieroglyphics
I.I;I.SLATIVE CANDIDATES
And Delega'es te il nn 3y o)nvei -
tion at P l' ,el e'ti,. April 14
l".llowing are the candidates f< r
the- l le.'i'a ture and the list of del-
,gate- to the ,county dentocr:iti., con-
ventition at Powelton. April 14. en-
(ors-ed by the Workingmuen'- Demno-
cratic club:
For the I.'gilature.
C. Morpno Jotnes.
H. C. Clopton.
IlwieKlaiie to countyty ('Convention.
Precinct 12-H. H. Wicke. F. R.
Pou. R. A. Credille. Win. Car:mi-
chael, Thoe. G. River-.


Precinct 13-J. F. L. Quina. Ar-
thur Jchnmon. J. C. Avery, J. Whit-
ing Hargis, Ja-. L. Swoeney.
Precinct 14-GOu Eitzen. J. E.
Raars, A. E. Z-lius, H. G. Derilva,
Jag. O'Brien.
Preinact 15-Tho-. John'on. John
ItB Jnes. F. E. (Commyns, V A.
Dunham, H. A. Waters. 14mn-tf
How*i This:
We offer One Hundred Dollar- re-
ward for any case of Catarrh that
cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
Cure.
F. J. CHF.%NE:V, & ('o Toledo, 0.
We. the undernirned. have known
F. J. Cheney, for the l:it 15 years..
and believe him p-rfectly honorable,
in all bu-in-ss tra>;.s.'tii.os and
financially able to carry out any ob-
ligations made by their firm.
WEST & TR( 4,x,
Whole-sal p Dru(,gii-t. Tol:edo, 0.
WALDIN(,. KINNAN & MA% ARVIN.
Whole-ale Dru iist-, Tl-,to. 0.
Hall'- Catarrah (Cure is tak.n in-
ternally,. acting directly upon *tfe'
blood and mucous .srface- oif thp
.;v-t in. Price Th<'. pt.r bottle. -old
b'y all drjnrri-ts. r,est.in',nialu frte,
Hall's family pill ar i t ie be-t.

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

CURE YOURELF:

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EVIDENCE


Letters to Ilrs. Pinkham from Wom,:

Female Weakness 15 Years
-.DsAR Nh:-.- ~i-. PI KmIAM : i-'r 's i . -
,with every form of feunta .' ale 4.-.
given up hopv f'4 .,t-r 1'*n: ,s* a-s:i
in4%itvd that I I t .'. %i:e.E. l.~, &. 2
tfw~k fousr J tl- sfI lisc \.'qI~tI ,',i'
I waN 'sick anil iv"1: vg 'p vr~,i A.
prevailedupo~n in,- to :v n"tI 1.'
bt'KCn to ge't better r::i aw111 ':1. d.ani 11,. .
any' of fnysiv liM a"a~nsic 'aridiiix.-..
y-our reinvilit- tI K- ~ine
found ,uchl rii~~' ::
to write to nic r u ..I'. '
ei~nt.'the .. V.ici- I ~'-it ia-- fr "I'
k'ranc-:'-o.-' al.


General Weakness of System
D)E.A 1'.'.%11-i. PIN K Ix'uI I A %I:~


ll~mI aPu~ .rifier ::,1s*u. :I
out.v.': f.r a! '*It! *

M r-. Ii m~kh ms 1 dVICCil u \ n'':A:1


/s-J r .' M r--. I'i khamrn's advice i ,,;:V n ::,c *
^ '. ".'- .-.:fferin' women. Her atire- :- 1 :::..
Throbbing Pain in the Back
M R-. I' Nh II ,..
-aktnii -u enUIi fl I th a t ,'' .
Ltack., t h at at t i t.d -,' '.
i t ino~ 1 e's r. I har. h1 a it !, I. 1 1.a I
Stab' (o'iomound itpo'n of vr. h .. .:
Sm nce-i taking ;t at :-t .Aftt a e"* r a
feeling very much better. 1-ut '-ont:u'-,i -,
^^-^ had taken six bh)t'i anlst ,'- tsiom 'e ..
1 Mf vR;. s. E. WADE. I "rmF ,[ich.
R"Bakhe and Bearing Down
S'" DEAR MRs. IX;.NKH.\'t : ~ 1 hi n I r-T "r, "
for advice I was in a very bad condition with fa: th,' n. ;
ache and bearing down. Could not stand tive in I ts:',.: .
advice strictly and have used seven bottles of V ;'::.':.ei. < ,,:ntu,,s 5 : "
of Blood Purifier and four packages of Sanative \V a h and aim nr...
fectly well."-MRa. Hx~,ar GALTEAt, 1825 tharles t.. La t'ro-... .
These grateful letters from women prove conclusive .
woman's safe refuge when sick is
LYDIA E. PMiKHAM1S VEGETABLE COMPOUND
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G GENHEIM' :


HO


GIfARING SALE


ARl Hich Cut Shoes in


Coffee! Coffee..


'e call i/he a//enti,,,/
the general public t, ,,
fact that 'we Ifare tne,;
ihe bc st c,/uippel/ Ili,,a./,
in the Sw'o/Ih. (and/ thatf
,can f'urnish this deli/
'er 7erai 'e ( prices / '
defl" competition. 11 ''
wish to remind 1/ou ti//i /
Coff ee are alwulla(I! /
from the JRoaster. UI
'others arcoldtand 1(r, ',",'
their aroma.(, ur. I'sI r,r
a(l, delicious.
YVea Orleans (;ro,'e'+i ('',.
PJoe S1 0 tltl I'//,r/.
Phone 10,. P'ropr, tr


Men's, Ladies', Misses' -
Children's at reduced ,
prices.. "V".-" "r tii 1
A * h t .r ilah -.,,...r > -
crew of t osl1 v.-,.l
'n saeola Lu', tu r t'o..
n, i.t>--,.


A Special Sacriftce!

3;5o Pairs Ladile Vici Kid Spring
Heel Button and Lace Shoes
for only


$1.25.
REGULAR PRICE $2'1J.


Gentlemen,

# Don't Miss It!
A SHORT TIME;
THE ONLY TIME.
AND CA.SH TIME.


Menp'. (jtGnuin (':*,f Tau I.-e
sewed WVlt for o: iy


Hand


$2.50.


I:EWULA,: PRICE:': .s


of said ve,.'s-1


Oul' Transit I n..


4 x


WENGHOP& 60,
-Importers and lealer, in-
Chinese and Japanese
*=Fancy Goods,=*
FINZ CHINA TEAS.
No 81 Houth Palaf.zx trv e


Laundry Ol'e


Pit NSA("'i.A 1 :


GRIND EISTR BAI!

To be (Given By
HOPE LODGE. No 2571. K
od e-!Nowa Haill. %% rrFa
Monday, April 16, 1900.

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'ira L-p rtatiio n I ) i) .m


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 1900.


AMONG OUR


ADVERTISERS.


How the Daily News' Best Pa-
trons Are Prospering.


Through its Eff.rt. a Reaction Has-
Succeeded the Liall Afier the Holt-
days. and Buines iaeekiln Thse
Who Invite it Through the CU!.'
asmns o hlie News
One of the most persistent of all
the advertisers in THE NEWS i-4 the
city of Pensacola. Scarcely an is-
sue of the paper appears without
something in the shape of an
advertisement of the progress-
or advantages of the place, ftoi0n
the deep wat-r "*scare lheal' a: tl,,
top of the fir-t p.are to ihe merest
item of new- evidencing th,- growth
or the enterpri-e of the city or it- in-
habitants No hill is ever pr---nt-ti
for thi- -xt-i.-,vt- and *-fl-ctive ad-
vertisinir, but THE NEW i4 w,-ll
paid f.-i it A:. t.,p tlp rhat ,on i4f*- ver
one of Pen-acu!a's w,-ll-wishe-r-.
H.iw many t oila reaJ.-i 1; ive- In
perroon aui-wr-'d ti' ;- cotuiiadrun;,
**W ho i- R I. 04 1.
Ifyou go, to t'rvor'-a Liz bh.tr:.-i i
i urtliire- tiou- and C htri '.: lind
wnat Vyn 1 j I'. kit. ,Ifor. tti
t'';b ic'- <,.r 'h it it i- i't in th,- ci': .
Mar-ton & 1-Iicnch dI. ,,ot u-i- 11i ,
ditLplay **ad-. b it they -et tt:ere 11
ti,,- -ramn witi 'heir little -ro-di-r-
J F. Roe-Ak Lo. al-o u-e "iread-
*-i." .nd cla brief stat-uletit of i h-ir buine.-- i-
,-ure to brig I bu-'tess.
h" Pt-ti!acola (Gw- Co. do"e not
teach a kindergarten. but it ha- a
new style uo may *I.r.fl: by carefully ntud 1in1g.
Find it and .-tudy it'
Hentz & Co. continue to clpimn
place a- tne "favorite" grocery store-
for Pensacola buyers.
Contractor Turner has been so
busy building for others that he hia-
not yet quite finished up hi- (own
new place of business at No. 9louth
Palafox street. When his workmisn
get through with it. and ho rolls up
the drop curtain, everybody will b-
surprised and pleased at its conm-
pletenes-.
Summer dust will soen caure a',,
increase in the already enormous
busine-s of the Star Laundry. If
you are looking for -atifaction-iun
your laundry work-ring the bell-
114-and have the wagon call.
Mr. H. A. Wnterr. on Intendencia
street-phone 172-i- one- of the te-.:
caterers in the Peniacola market
for fresh tni-at- and vegetables of ali
k ind s.
Vivaitor-sand investors cannot af-
ford to overlook J. F. Stililnn &
I'o.'. ll-t tit c!'oict re-l ea .'tat- bar-

\V. T. (re-en & C'..s ilu-trite.i
a(dverti-t iei t-. art+ l.ki :.g a r- :"
hit.
Now i- h!- t;n'.- to r-.'y a i!- r
two of Dr. Hianr'ah' M.3untai: .M11i:
T,.nir.
Wm. Johnson & S.,:'- carload of
h'iggie-s -'at carlo.ii1 prices" hlavo
leen keepiuiir their huirtry clerk Iiu-y
all the- week. "Thi, v av* a f. w f :it-i
l ft.


If you wi-h to ax iinin a reall--
choiee ar:iele. go and si-o ( Gr-,on-'.
IOpii ia-.'ware. It .- b.)th n :t.'v. I
.ndJ u- .fu1l.
Trile n:.. v ad vr rti--tmeit f t!.-
-r b.-s -tirTe will h,.- -inUg the id "- will reud to-dy.
'1 th0yY will fi:ln i: unu-ually li-

Sol Cuhn & C. h ivo- ri.ot ha. J tinl-e
heretofore to mike a li-t 4of the
L*-ntf-n d--litaj-- t ai f v ;dv rti-t.
Ibat they ar'- s-tlli:i 1; t#-11i right
along, all the -ali.il.
Th- P-ople-'a Stoi i:rt-wai-t-
window ha< beien tt- talk of the
town all the week. Warin wet-.the
i- almo-zt at hanil. and these goods-
are going fast.
If you want -ome really rare bar-
gaint in coIthiii.g. '. t.* C,,lm:aiu's.
Baker'-. New .oidJova restaurant
i- becoming immensely popular.
Oonzalez & tSon have a coffee ae.
that you will enjoy reading.
Some of the -ults advertised hrby
the Levy-Pou Co. have been highly
praised by the purchasers. and ev-ry-
body who trades with that excellent
housee goes away satisfied.
Fine. choi-e China teas are a spec-
ialty with Wing, Hop & Co. Try
them.
Wilaon & Co.. at the Delmonico.
opposite the union depot. alway.-
have the choicest of seasonable green
groceries in stock .
Hall & Klein haven't had the timo-
to change their ad but th.- bu-ni-ies
rolls in ou them just the arnie.
Brawnet's adt. need no, puffing.
Th-y alwa .* speak for thieiselve-s.
The Racket Store haf been crowd-
ed all the week with cls-tolrers after
the -piing good mail order bu-lnets is becomniig tre
m nudou,-.
No (c-ueapperor better l-hoe-. 1.i:
ien wonm.n anl it.:,Jr- i. Caii b.-
found anywhere -th.in th,,-e advtr-
:.-ed. by I. (ugenhte-i:n.

All the list brand -f quior- at
Eti.ene? Arblnoa'..
Free Vae-inaionin
Oun Tue.-day-. Thiur-day- anii, i-t-
iidays, from 12 in. to :; p. In p.r-,:i-
will bei vaccnIat-d fret- of c1iarCe ,
tI e 4oti1ce of the #rtat- Hoard ,-f
H-ealtih oit Floril. NN., '. W\ -t Int'-,-
u-encia street. Phliy-iei in o'f thte citv
have kindldy ici0vien ltel to p(-rrli #ii
:'e ervitce at tl.' lhour- ;iain-dl.
W .l. k. Hvi :.

--Three Feati:f r-, at Fg''tine Atr-
bouas-.
Voth in _.o set.' off a. h ome
as handsome furniture.
.Marston 4- Finch have an
immense stock for you to se-
lect from and they will sell


MARITIME.


REAL aTATR
Tranaibre For Week Kedinx march
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Ru; ship Barrowdale. Potterson. Lubeck 4re fo T s T. at
Nor bk MuattbanJa. Klep. Rosario son & Co.. Real Estate Agents. No. i Booth
Rus bk Paul. Landstrom. Montevideo Palafox street.l


CLEA.RAED


J. C. Williams and husband to


Brs i vyden*a. 1. Sm ai e. byGulfTran. Barton R Pepper-lots 6 and 6 in
sit Co for Venitee.with s iNOr bales cotton. block 206, New City-$1.
10WU round bales cotton, tmll tbhls c a oil, 3.1A). Jesse P. Shockney and wife to
toni phosphate rock. valued at 7 S15
Nor bk Robert Bcratton. 44. Je3usen. by Chauncy L. Wheat-half interest in
8 L Co for Roaarlo with il.5t71 a ft lumber, part of Sec. 38, Tp. 1 N., R. 8 W. and
vlr t. at than4a. ,1 K-.p. by L o part of Sec. 20, Tp. 1 N., IR. 30 West
for Rosario waitti i.7'- s rt luiuter. valu-d -$s *
at M3:1.i Thos. R. Godfrey and wife to F.I
Span Bas Aleim. 1:7. Rui. by i:t'f Transit H. Corthell-the Thos Engli,-h
So for Liv-rpoul. wit ,i. *, -qr til.-- cotton. Grant, les cres- 9.
:3! al.> bu wbcaY. :<..ii)s It knOitr-wood i rant, lest 25 acres-$6a5.
tier., 2ta,. 1: oak tunber. valued at -~si.. i iWm. Fisher and wife to C. T. John
on-We!t 20 feet of lot 6 and all lot
AT QUARANTITC 7, block 47, Donaldson Tract-(4AI.
4,--r tik l.-ii.til-t. 7-i TS":ieW ri. i.slho) Julia A. and Julia J. Yinge to P.
to Baa:-. i'ua.'dyatco K. Yonge-lot 5 and I, of lot6 in
IS= ---" ""'Tfxrblock bS, E4sst Kit g 'I'racrt-$450.
rimE sIr'PnL Win. H. Knowle. and wife to J.
A. Daw-W-Wst 90 feet of lots 6 to 10
gI'tagcS iN PORT in block 60. W-st King Tract--$1"2.
arAKmaMsIP J. C. Green and wife to J. A. Daw
span A :teia. n: ,. R'.ie. .ld f.r L.\te"-p.-l -4'.'. acres of lot 2 in sec ;. tp 2;, r
Br lrde-eiA. A 7.. -iiarles cid !oil V'ii. :-J30 w-$II O).
c Ir l-.1rit,. l.. Johtlston. to t'Cn-a- Win. H Knowlea and wife to Miss-
li Salop n. it,. Birjg-t,, to i'eu-acin Lizzie Pickens-E-i-t 35 ft of lots I; to
Lumit -r ,, 10 andall lot 11. I bl ck \\'. Wst Kin
Nor Tol -f .r. :s. Kr- ti.-'-.,to ) arm t:act- $80.
I UDH,,di A 4%) t 1 ct->,o
.I uL. .Alextider Stodtart and wife to
i-c.. ; ..1,,:. *. rc.,ran.to W L Mrs. L. J. 'laylr -Los 1, 2 and"
wtu:i tA.. south '.. lot 3in block 27, Ea-t King
.,,r tintri., :... riVe, -r , tLo i Hi tract- J1000.
BHu' r Thos. C. Watson and wif- to Samn
DaILae. Wither-pooii-L<4,t 4. block 4i, Ea.-t
It t'--aitcl r. r .. ...,-:. to Ha.ir-. n- K ill tract--$60.
"ya'r -..ir Harvey Jones and wifo to R. 13.
-% r E n-., l -. %.- ""' -.- i.,to o
i: .og.at. .-.. f.;i- i, to .. ':ico Gr'itnii et als- 1 ac:.e of sec Iti. tp 1,
!:.r,- r 31-$1 .
it Ilu- u-c.. :: '. l.:trar.tta, to ot-r Emt lio Matta and wife to Cather-
w.d d lita r .:% Il.uLtdr ni. to .r;,-r 1
N.>r lt:! '-'. A'.-.rt',l. 'to l.i l ine J. Lase.t --Ljots 2;. 21 arid 25 ill
Nor rI-r~ -71 ,, i--. lin'.. t., ord,.r block 76. We' Kintg r;act., Belmonult
Nur H.-::..'. -i. Nielsen to W Keybhr A t o.-t$14.
'%or Hi:.hfln-r. :'\,. Andorton,. t. *-- I.' co F. W. Mar-h and wife and BRck-
It Iiantia. .. 'P.- t oiiai. t oI lor',.- ner Chipl -y ti Emn-lio i fitta- Lot.'
It Luiia -.4.:.t.n:a..a.toW SK.-y-,r & : ,a d .ti, block 37, Behlilutit tract
Nor M-rzap),r,. ;:75. Jt-;iason, t. Baarn. iT1 1. I
Iunwory tr. b.tulijh. VWilli un and Richard Alex-
LuNor Nor. l* M, kke ,n. t, P.-t:.lccia ander to, Al.,,izo, 'I'roi 36 by 60
No(,r Ncrwy,v- C. hi..nrnk.len. to V Keyv- feet of block 51, East King tract-
ser & Co S200
Nor ,*.l*'n.t,Thil.m.--eln, to ,,order It. M. Cary to Ann E. Chipley-'4
N..r i'-rtS-ct. ,i',. Lmr.en, to W KeyK4r
a ('o interest in J. Miralla tract--1.
Nor Robert Scrafton Ro.s rio
it nteinvora. lo. mozzo. to Ro,Aco Mros Fisher-Lot 2)0 ia block 15, New City
Rue Thou P-rry. 1:7., MaLtten. to llaars, -_$700.
Dunwody* tCo Lewis Reddenback and wife to J.
I1 Trento. 10t7. Oardeall. to BRars, Dun- R. Sugge-Lots I to 6, block 176, New
wody Cao
Ams Ve4lan I, 779. kicker, to EE BauIn- City-$400.
dera & Co Wm. fisher et al to Annie I. Simo
It:V-nmotan.,.45. Farrarl. toBaars. Dun. -East 20 feet lot 4 and west 20 feet
wody o lot 3, block 121, Maxent tract-
RIoi u .i


Ger Elly. 473. Mans-A. to order
Am Donna Cbrititiona. 16;1,Axe!en, to
m 11.A 8arlrot. K!, onmoi. to niaster
Am klialmar. 56,. Axel'on. to xusaber
ilk. CL&AKIL A.&ND)14AILED) fOE PEzN.
e IACO LA.
BThUNSWIPS-
Roddarn. lBr. id G(,ozio March It
H-turgviu. Nor. -Id MN..i-t lrMrc-: ;7
Jan lip
ifi 'dd. r-fl-.ld. Fir. &~11 at Ht~srrv. Jan .t'
tinrUnd,.. Nui 1-;41. W-n, .u.Aintt'.-rp. Jan P'
L4'oiioinham. IUr. 1-5-14,Hurrl..o.. :-t.Mca-
Jan "
This %Waymk::.. Mr, 14A Watt. arri'.'-d hot-
t.-'datni. Feb 2
t .-~oc.Hr. *la er ii(,~, n '-
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'a r iii-4ll.uPit No r. I ,'4. -! d -,, - n, c k F-
L;, t 6 i iL rs;d ri a vre Fir-! -4
r; rgeia zch im `n". !t. !.1 Mar-#-i~k-i J wi'i
A n i:- Ia Aces Iuv. .I t k.I (!lB i ki -ifh -a d J a n 4
Alzathu. %or. 1? 7. kid 4ntwe-rp lice 14
HrunchtiIt~io. It.-,I. tad tart haskens a. Li ';
Cb~tiftaina. Ru-,. -.;i. at liarit.l'rua. Feb 5
oa 'aia. -wd. kid ItHull .Jan a
Ffthroufe. F. 31-u 4.. ld ?st s.1 lon ',-14
Eainar Taml~cark?-ji,-lvt-r. ut foit A :ntw,..rp
I 1.-C I41
rriz ni..iu-.tiu. H1:..%. vot Hu .c'ru N Mre!. 7
imtwibni.It W,., %:u %apt~a -et 1.ti. '
.N~o% :!tnvar Put; Ho% ai
tic:ut N,)r. :' -i. -l1-I ;c-t wo.i-0. J a.i'
tilior. Nor. asml i-attwi-u ei- i
Jotisar Irg-i-Nor. ,.d 4 hr-tamn-titt -Nov
Iorhatmnc. Sur. aid Toonshkur. 1g.c* w
L~~.It. .-I. -let ii. Nov if
Lgou-.. Ru%. ft* p. "l-1 isilam org #v,
MIaguoieiu %,.r. 1,)v,. sid l t~i .1tiny 111
q '!go. Ku.. ap1 L~a l'tKiI .Ce *-'t- _'-
imorko. It. Ipal. aid Hun-- got Ayrt.' S-
Paiila .aadr,-. It, I ..0-4- illAinittoriittii J ati:i
-iicopd. %-r. .5w, .1 rotm~.rin. Join 'i
Mt..tim 11. Itt '& atLiatt1,% a. gmNov)


Pol lox. Rus. sd Scattory Roads Dec


U'niied Brotherhoodl.
J. T. Spann and other ollicors of
the United Brotherhood went to
Millview last Sunday and paid ti.e
$o) endowment to the beneficiaries
of %% t h People.
Y. M. B. I.
The regular semi-monthly meet-
ing of the Young Men's Business
League will be held Tuesday even-
ing. March i, at s o'clock.
City papers please copy Suuday
and Tuesday.
criminall 4' nrt
Yesterday afternoon. )i t.i- ciritn-
iual court. Henry Williami. wa< c, -
victed of carrying ceric-ale-l weap-
on.,. and finedl $25. i i default IW P 'y-
mient of which h- will -ertv :) iay.-
it, jail a! hard labor.
lhi forenooni was, taken ui, witti
the trial of Aloi:zo Daniel., 'aiari'.-d
with robbery by suatciing, a pur-e
from Mrs. Hall at thu- co.trnt-r of
Wright anld tu;ilem- rd tret ;. Mr.
Pebley appeared forLI- li d len!.-r. and
the verdict wa- u:'rlity.
The jury for tie .May term w.a-

ev. Jotl.n I'. i- Jr.. .f Groat I l'.-.
Mont.. rr 'c-i::". er-id- Elv'.- 'ream
i ilin to Ince. I (c t. -nil',..-:-/ '--"
-tatemi lt. "I i? cs ui pi-i'IV- ct- f.-r
c.ttarrh i t -' .1 :- direct, i. l- -v.
Franci- \ '. I'...,I l'.,-tr < i t,.,'
1're-. Church. li,-ar l',nit
Af:tr a-u:=: Fl.\ *- C e' u::. iLi: -.ix
weeks I bfliv t- my-- If t.;Ire tl ', .i-
tarrh. Jo-eph Sttwart. (:a:id Av...
Biufftali. N. Y.
The ltaltm doe', not i- l i:at i *r :;i-'
sneezing. SI'ld ty diu.:i.:-t- S:o 5'
et.. or lt:ailed- by l-it Brt!er:-. .ili
Warren St N-w Y,"iIlk.
l"[pp'- 1"'I"" a; .'ul: P!.t, Arb,,: a~.
(old MN'tial- to HA.IPEH.wl:il.-k:y
at New torlean- Worlds Fa;r (' i-
cao iTry it, von will endorse J:!'t
Judge's verdict.
SOLD BY


$113 35.
Alice Stringer to David Perry-Lot
.5 in block 27. Belmont tract-4600.
Sarah Taylor et al to Margaret
Rawls-112 acrek in lots 2 and 3, sec
36. tp 6 n. r 31 w-430o.
J. W. Oilmore and wifA to W. T.
Newberry- Lot I in sec 36, tp t; n, r
31 west-$375.
Ernest Mhackelfo-d to Frank B.
Radclitf-Lot 17 and ni 27 ft of lot Is,
block 2s Eist King tract-$1,300.
Buckner ( hipley to Chatidier (C.
Yonlme. t'ustee-Lot 19 in block 12,
Beliiont tract- $50.
W. P. Reed by ithritff to Maurice
and Max L. Bear, as L. Bear & Co-
N of block 2.;3, Went King tract-

E. H. Ro-.;en;tin to Alice Strinizer
-Lot 15 in block 27, Belmont tract-
$2o.
Win. Fi-her et al. to Milton B.
Frank- Lot 5 and we-t lt Itt lot 4,
block 121. Maxeut tract-$1 l':.3>.

That Trobbint Headache
Would quickly 1--ave you, if yotu
u ed JDr. Kingt'* New Life Pill-.
Thtiinand< of sufferers have proved
their uiatchle-s mn-rit for Sick and
Nervoui; He(adache-. They m;nak
pure blood atnd strongig ieirv land
build up your health. Ea-y to take.
Try them. Only 25 e-nts. Money
back if not cured. Sold by W. A.
D Alembe-rt. DIruirgist.

A'tend entertainimetit at Clutter'-
Hall Monday-Alba Haywood Co.
Bo pleased.l, amused arid benefitted.
:it ,-ame time help charity fund (of
Elks.


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SPRING GOODS.

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


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



Our Stock is Immense!


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


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



H Millinery,
(;iW-v' Aw.'a -.
Uent.s I Furnishis and ('lo thlg almost




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


T Yon are Crdlially Iviete to Visit Cr anmmoti Establbisine At -


We are Invincibles in Low Prices
4i This makes our Success.


4| Mail Order- Promptly Attended to.
r.," Trade Discount of 6 on all Ca-h Purc:: .


COTTRN, FRTn1M.AN &CO.
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W . RIGHT COMPANY,


7si4.~-I' ri FI.-4ANO ,i ik~~I=I


LUMBER, LATHS,

S' | ^SAWED CYPRESS SHINGLES-Klin-Uriet Sags
PE\'-ACOLA. FL .

-RY T!LE- PW.' WAT COLUMI-


4F. E. BRAWNER'S*


-pJOrWIE JOL.SE


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*? WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED O)URZn*


Spring Line 0f Up-to-Date Dress Goods,


Ladies' and Gents' Furnishings; also Ladies' and Misses' Slippers.


27-inch Zophyr (iinghamai.. our
l rice ....... ... ........... -.... .i
3:-inchi .prinig P1ereales, our
price .......................... ic
.:;-inch Very Shei-r White Lwis.
o ir price ...................... c
-'7-mnli (Cle'ck N:iirnook. our
Irirce ......................... )C
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; ir \.'!, W\ iit (',!-,'.,,d Plin|ue, our

.:i-inlil Sold a.itl Vhlite Duck.
l r i'r lpr .... .... ....... ....... I .'
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Calicoes


Domecstics


AT THE OLD PRICE.


No Advance.


Remember the Place,


IYard-WVi~e i iru Bla-
t-1,I, tiadi- tv 1 Is-'i. 0.
Wh~-ile it la-.s .............. c
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d, iao Is lu,- jr~iv.alzi.
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La, Ii'- i i ro itt Pat ri .
T'' arriv- 'ni til III tIc %.- .'t;kal

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(- 105 S. Palafox Street,


S' IEOI4L )NOTICES.




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.IPrope-ty. ApplytAtv 1
W LOANJ4 AT IDoNVt"r Rk,
04 1 'ERJ:-4T C%. t' ,
TAINJiKa Y Pizr'-V ;
,4LIAM FIlSHER. -



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It A 1.JY--NTrt. .
I~t ind hi-nt-V *.' i
tl"n.'i,'*hb. Mectilfilz........

%01'OlSAlF-A handlown-..
U'residence, four room. tll:
kateben. ernrms iasy A p;.v
Chapi" street.
"R SALE-A bavr arr.. Mou.
lo eParlor Market.

E L.* lggm of pure br.d klmow~i 1.
itLeave orders at Parlor jdarket.
F OR 8A LT,-iftwen &ri ar.In w--*.-
1u rboo. fronting havou o bic-
sold (in eaqy toortus. anti at a bargs.:
C'. Watqotci *& (.

FTeci'y .'n"mayvte'-m'. h,:..
R~aIl F.stayo Agency. 1,. Hale Wi... %
0 r. *4 -,v So u th Pal afo x % trq-qpt.
W A N'IV- I E ,1

rr'.r.'ulg~kit.immip t.r-u-
(Y ior -atoto ftgen-rrul faeC. tit2t'
.^Pl tal.* 4;r-%re-"t inm'i-. 3mot..* -
niaorksel. efl .%o*r.i~ ultj a -v
Co I nimahis. %.-l v ..",

1) N. -. :.i. 4 *8Isir
do-,i. Appl.tt

c ~ ut. Iiaul :and %a%1% %o-vorSoil imill..
wf 4Cvg)r, -- 4 !1h-r. l'i'r pmrtiotilar- im

W ANTEI.-AII kinds of o.mpty q~
whisky bottles. S. A. Fi5BDm A
nowftf
WAIITED-OI4 bear battlesas Ls'v%: ..
W eer Bros.v:

M1l3S S LIME (H1PLl;N Priryipo,.
Yjand lKnndorgartein :4 now
its fifth termi in tbo re-mid.n.e..it-
ner of Pptlaf.),Kanid .Jackm,it ,*-n
trance on Jackson. Terma $..'p-. it,

VAt NJ'k 1 1.1-; MUH,
i~corne~r 'hm%eftnd ('P falt~is
doll prinviui. r a.,h(~ i "







I'promp~tv in lourjue1% fir upi-c t
*ii phone tt Nrno-.%-


RS. SAKAH JtVIRI1--Ma t*
jIand dealer in Hair fql, it%-
Ar Icles. Hair 01. rto..;ri. W. "a'v.-


WIRE VYCXCIN(
For the next .'-) days A. J 'a
kins will order ornamolir Ctt'
fp'30ing At such lowprircs.-iiA
surprise everybody. Y-m ct C1L
any kind. from 2 fPet too 4 f-t.
or vou can geot thle itievit na~jol ''!,-
iro;n funcingtor'i all kinxd..'
you deotire frniing 4f :itiv kit Ii.
leavo your border cat Will J,,',,
Kon'.4 for 3III#- atil'%.(.,WI wl
mon-y and go-t flr-t-vla.- :
t.i-i-dwork. A. J. WA hINI


IDoun't bu!/ (Lflt/iint,
t'arniture or house furn
ingds until tioil hare
Muirston 4- Fiac/is Y
Their prices arelo :H
s~tock- is complete, and
will se~ll you what you '
on lon?6 time.


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0 RACKET STORlE.


YOURS FOR BARGAINS FROM NOWn ON,


F. 3RAW INERS


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