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DAILY


NEWS.


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 19, 1900.


VOL. 30.


NO. 38.


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


;A\N G TO


ATTACK PRETORIA


Tiiat Lo.d Roberts
Miirch to Bcer Capital.



Iu~a '*. Forte 1% SeNar
r.aeAdL 'catfra inngIz~-
iif ~stjvg a ltairdlime 'Pdtfir

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t ; At




a- Warr ritown .and the


-- o4:'*c thitt I rd I 'brt-
;lt-an aJvAne- ifrce int

.t ht- i4arted r-ather frtuini Four-
:i trfCw, 14or hIvrksdorp and
U a d c' atidel probA'A)y with an
*;JiV i i d d IABI'ot-fozateiU aazl1
\Atal
S~e.twe t-f rivilediireecontitue toi
:, ark th.- aneettit'g- lit-Id by advo-
.*--of peoae. It as almost impos-
Ifor the peace meun to hold a
tetien at asny towil in Encland.
111V proj*eted inoptiugs bave beva
,,iidn- by advice of the police.
*:;,ur;,h .tudt-nli4w(ou!dh a v 4-.
I a i sgreaker at the city holl had
I..- Pkolice rtzecu(,J hiWu just ill


con~sierazbe eeittement at the t.me.
Tne e*otiiong occurred at the hoae of
Mrs. Msry S arpe. the mother of
Sharpe's wi'e. atiout 5 niiea from Li.
tuonia. in te h-art of Ar-.bta district,
a wiii. d-wwrted pace ln s fLils of
DL)eKu b county.
On thi day of the afternoon of the
fifth ,f that month Sharp) ha.i been to
this hoos and asked tnai hli wife go
home. nae did not, ho.veier, and on
the morning of the crime he went to
the place for her. taking with tum his
gun. There he calitd his wife. and
when she started with him, followed by
her old moi'.er. he shot both womeu.
ki.lng his wife.
K'llr-4 by 1lt So-.I-i.Lw.
COT.tLMUL', I. C.. March 17 -News
has reached here that Thomas Ileynolds,
a farmer hyliving near \Vili tmston. bas
been ki:.ed by hLs %-n in-law, Jesse
MoIore. I" *' n that e erno ,i became
otoxt' "te4 and threateuued the murder
uf his housenol.i. I:.a f:e bent for
Moorp. who l:ved some 'e-i *:,.',* om
the Guyn.;ls nosie. When ..,;re
ciaim and attempted to pacity his
fatherin-law the latter attacked him
wi:h a shotgun and unife. Moore
wrenched the gun away and crushed
Reayndl' dsskull with the stock.

Bryan *a Campaign linues.
WICHItTA. Kan., March 17.-W. J.
Bryan. who passed through Wichita
last night on hua way to Nebraska, said
that the preference of issues in the
coming campaign would be industriaL
Omamercial travelers would, he said
emaphaslethe ssue.many would dties
the ARacIal bill ad ites ffeot ngee.n.
backs, while thousand of Republioans
would denounoe imperiUlim.


THE RESIGNATION


OF GEN. WHEELER

Urged Not to Press Immediate

Consideration of It.

MAY GO ON RETIRED LIST

President 31ay lRecominanont Special
Legislation lu His Urbalf-:'riendsl
of the (General liotereated-Fear He
May Arouse Anitagoinism.
WAS1!INOTOs, March 17.-It is evi-
dent that an effort is boing made to in-
duce General Wheeler to withdraw his
request for immediate action upon his
resignation. It is intimate.d that this
effort is attributed solely to an interest
in the perscual welfare of the general.
In this connection it u recalled that the
president has had it in his mind to ask
congress for special legislation empow-
ering him to to keep General Woeeler,
General Lea and o:her brigadier gen-
erals on tbe rolls with the rank of brig.
adier general in the regular army.
Those interested In this movement
feel that by immediate resigasutea and
the promeoaton of hi present dtermi-
mation General Wheeler will areus an-
, tagoatem which may make is difioult
or impossible thereafter to secus frol
the house the legislation needful to e-
cure his retirement.


Don't nelpet to attend the "Alba- THE DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY.
Haywood" lintertain.ment at Clut- Demecratte Kx eusiveCemmlttee Dr.
ter's Hall Monday evening. Secure eldee to iHold Ia ay 15.
seats at ('lutter's. You will be-
pltwid and amused.and at the same ATLANTA. March 17.-As a result of
titan true charity will be as-si-ted. the meeting of the Democratic exees-
B. P. 0. Elks' charity fund. tive committee held here there will be


but one primary and one convention in
Stritively d pclat r .ys the fa'ei- hl"aning pt.-'iwvly devljAre,. the s'ae'#-
untrue that (,rnany antd CHArI.IrT. N. C., March 17.-At- primary election will be hell Tuesday.
I'iite 4 ttate- will con- tachmeans nave been taken out against May 15, and the state convention Thurs
Sflorts t.o fleet pe tc, the -union Copper Mine company and day. Jcue 14.
*attop between Engl ui.d ad Gold Hill Minin co n u of Rowan The resolutions adopted by the com-
-uth African e '.tihlic-. TeJi old Hll N aC. oomr uy of Rowa mittee provide that qualified white
f.ice- r on-ider- Lord Sali- uny. N. C. or u p:es urnashed. Democratic voters shall vote in the pri.
rely t, ti" p ace tel -Severa employes of te omies were in mary for state ofRicers. and that dele-
Sre.i i:ts. K' *; and t : y" dS a!isurv yesterday look g after claims gates to the state convention shall be
,.wlr t ..i powe, *!._it trese compAnies ar as uch A two selected from the supporters of the suc-
T r t it.:-trveae. LLiout.s bmaind in pay rois, and owe cent oandidts in the prima sha.
a *.. 'I,,ura dz,- it.i-rv-, t cit,"s amuun tU pby r a It is provided further that voters hall
S,;,*. .[T.wn di-|,at ..: : ], ;1 1 ebbs ulur ng to ab,)ut 4 0,00.
i -, t tin tcrre-l ..1ii..'e-' ..f Indicate their choice for judge, solio-
S:' :.. I' iii:.,. r 1. U*raitl Fr.-y tj pak. itor grweral and United States senator
.r :irillerv w) w T M n where uch officers are to be chosen.
Sike, rwi, t CH!IATTA,1O(It, Mar-h 17.-General in the May primary.
*- a :"' A is le'e- r.n-ii ,1 Peter Tracy of Mompha i has been as- The Popufiots are cordially invited to
.* -a-,:,r'" camlp to a tl.':.-- sigued a piac, on the Uryan banquet coinome ck tn the following significant
pruorA.m for Monday night. He will parasrap:i of the resolution:
1 -:;,': frri Alaw.ii Nr-,i res;,oud to the toast "*Jeffersonian "*to s further ordered, that all white
.iiia,.:.,i tnt (,ivier h.fi '- D'umocracy Stidl Survives." Hon. Pryor votcr, wthoat regard to past political
S .,wiard Kr.int-'ldt H,- H aiker was aiso assigned to the toast affi :i;t.ocs. who desire to all:gn them.
.r d ,iltte 'ooi at Fcuc.- "Au Est lTennest.- Dt-mocrat Who .eirv." with thi Democratic party and
u;n -th inhatitai:t- .;- lieu lie Reaches Heaven Deserves a o w 1. if their right to participate in
r.:.,l Ir,- h*abttf.r ;-i-i- li ni P ace. o s:ud prim'try be chtiienged. pledge
a i. a,.na:t. 1 w:. -- tacn *'ves to .nprort the nominees of
S'.,. ,-. ( '::i-itine-i ', utrt. ine Dt ca -r .io prty, are hereby de-
clared entitled to vote therein and are
.t t' I i criminal *'..ui t ri.t ild t "i f- cordially inv:el i to do so."
tern ',it Alon ',.o Dan. 1-. .-a ivit(?,t; --. ..
r iblrvy. wa -.,' :t,-ntlcd ) te' THE N:CARAGUAN CANAL.
:- '... *.,pet-, ('-i Ai '-" ..r-- ii the- pet' rnt ary. .Mar-h
M,'anle .l E r ic., .li EIlli t wi -en;iencitd lt:'erry to luv.stgate Di)iapute Between
i \ EN. March 1. -TaIlk. to live year. I i, h-nitantiary. (overm'.eant ad 31atirime Co.
Nde authiritiesindic: the, court after hearinzartirumntt
-t auth.rit ie id:' -rr, overruld t :tn for a W HXTON, March 17. United
g *r roundss for the s.niallpox new tri.il in the ca-, of W. H. Trim- States Miu:ster Merry. by direction of
w. were greatly e-xagerated. The" tinr, convicted of selling lt 4 Hailye at Middletown i- now out t entde. Ccsta Ri-a to Managua. the capital of
i. Neal McG(ee, a n:ro wan. Nicaragua. His mison is noas has
..nvedeatnt-atlea iand Dr. Potter. who had expresteAl her int-nition of
*.ndiuir pitypician of the e s pleading guilty of selliniir n,rt;ag(ld teeu surmised. vonneoted with the Mre
.\ 1 treit also pronounces tlat property. refused to do -so whTli ar- urted lssue between Nicaragaa and
Pre-ident Hadley told tt, rained, and a special jury having Cota Rios, bu* relates toonaal matters.
*. it- this inoriing at the chapel been osuinloned and inmi:n.eilled,she Up to tate ume there has been no sat-
,': :, community was unduly ex- was found truilty and sentenced to isfactory outcome of the oomtroversy
Sttt re-conmennd-d that they be ont year in the penitonti itr. between ute company and NXiaraguas
.ted. Regular exercio-s, at Tlhi niornini CutintIv So'icitor regarding !ie company's conoessions.
!,v,-r-ity will notbesuspend- d. Parkliil tiled an infoiinaiion agait Tr.u gove.rnamen cLatus that tcieosoeo.
W. A. ) Aleimb.rte for sel in' seedr oM tan *i sexplrel by tai are ot the Mar.
D. Bill's Cough Syrup is note common not labeled according to th- new ittime oompauy so pererm the amcant
',',iuh nallxtur". It ist a n.arvl,- -~edi law, and the could t adjourned to of work reqitred ky the coucesitoo.
.. a pfi at tns ttu:lt)naome .t Ten oom nny contends -oat there has
S ad,. thrust, ctnet or lungs. been me auavdtlab.e delay In the prose.
-.... "" ,. outioa o f he work and appealedfor a
C---tton Qutlatision.< deostoo by s an arbitration tbe tiepoint.
I HI- KENIUCKY MUDDLF. N'NEw YORK. March 19 -Cotton nuder a ctaune in the original cno- ,
i quoted to-day as follows: March,. s to. povedthg that means for settling
Sai1t moitaton it Arrested Men Pm4-,. 9.43; 4pril and May. 9.42: June and disputes. NeXz there was a W uarrel be-
lponed till Thuarsuda. July. 9 45; August .'.34; .eopt-inber, sween theconpanyand the liNaraga n
:-r t Ky. ar 19.- 8.33. government over the national arbitra.
-VI y.,. a... ..- -9 tore and laally matters have become so
P Powers, Hazsellip and Cultou We have saved many doctor bills compliosted that Mr. Merry has been
w: have their -xaniination to- -;inc- we began using Chamiaberlain'., ordered to Managua to make a personal
p: ,romined by Judge Moore. (' S. theriaoners- we-re arraigned k*e- pa h.ttle op-n all the tit:e and project the interests of the Mar.:tme
-... .i f. .%a ht- te.n#-v.-r anr i of ti v fanmilv or anm- OOmpsay.


"'rut'l ,linl a (l d 'or a con nII -
:::.t! "'Ihurs-i iy on the ground
S... witln,-. cannot be prve-
S.'.i them.
* .-pul.i.an,-to-day start-d a
2 ai..ati0on to d.fttid by al!
.l-i nrld force if u ae-ary.
-,.< it putlhlicahti- and all i l-
':,i arr-9sted bIy the (Got bel-
S:;.i+k, :man ,,ath i pledging
I" ; a ti !ve-- t'lec:t -lt'.
,ii,'. [ t-ttertainai t .' it
1 ( i :: r', H1 .,l0 ;t, .tt.,
.,I w ;il m- i :s- it I. :1 '


"- bHARPF IS GUILTY.
S- a1r-r l.hs It-ell ea clle'-d
,, 1 o.,x Aperil 9.
M i. Mirch :7.-Hiram
ru:.i.w sho: ate detente-
,,: i)->:uber. haa bens fouad
:. rder .n he flst degree and
iang on ApriA. .
-. .t narpe consumed the
'* -eerd.tv a.1 the case was
t I ur, y at .'I:o last n.;h.
Si.e no ver,. 't at 10 O'c.ock
-L It o t:!t botrel far the
;- ot)rcagh: in a verdict this
,r ::*" was c3)-zat!td on the
-' .f D .c. ti. last. and created


-ilf hIgin to catch cold ww h,,itzn to,
u,,- tile tough Remedy, aid as a re
-tult we never have to !etdtl away foi
i doctor and incur a iatrgo dotor
. hill. fIr ('hami berlaat's- C('oun !i iiin-
,'.y- never failk to cure. It i- ce r-
taiinly a me dicip< of *r.at ow rit adi
w.-,th.--D. M tIFARK I :. t.-u-ral
Merchant and Fai'rti-.r. Mattiu. H d-
fo':d county. Pa. F -"r -al. by H an-
aL!.2 l 1r-... 21 Soutia Pala..-x tre t.


Ag..d I cRlmse- LI)-1..
CA;:::oLLT<.,GL. ., Msr-h I1 -23r.
Jeft Kinney. living in tha n.rtnastern
part ot tUa. county. stmnue 1. miles from
nr-s. nba hteen folud dead in his houne.
11e wag a little over WbO years o.d. has
never imaTsed. but hait accumu.ated an
esitte of from eOO.'J)J to$015.0.,. which,
on acout o! hiS set'u.aedi i e aad c:.-
innneai ot d ea.ing with peoi,-, noiocdy
can ccret :lv we*Ati:e.
Lafdes la I'oltte .
RALionH. March 17.-A number of
ladies here. wives of iaeding Democrats,
today made anew departure by forming
an aesociation to work actively to raise
funds to olrelate Democratic liters
ture duesig the coming campaign prior
to6e Asgut *e)otao&. It is decided
to Ise the candles chain system and ask
for 25 oent riWlutiwa. S .


('ommintte on Trulss.
WASHImN(OV. March 17.-Chairman
Rav uf the house committee on judi-
ciary bha appointed She following special
committee on trusts: Moese.. Ray,
New York; Jenkins. Wisqonsin; Over.
street, Indiama, sad Lttle~fild. Maine.
Republicans; Tetry. Arka ass; Lan-
ham. Texas and Elhott, South Osro-
nma, Democrate. This special commit
tee will cni.-ier a' bills and resolu-
tions relating to trust.

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Clesuiniiflladies kirts and waistz
i- orne of ovr pecialtiet.. Star Lauri.
C!ry.


PUBLICITY IN


THE SENATE,


Growing Tendency to Do Away


With Secret Sessions.


A (AUSE OF POPULAR DISTRUST.

Many Older Members Prefer Open
Discussion of All Questions Two
Reformers In This Matter-Dr. Mary
Walker and the New Members.
WSaI'.,;roN. Marc' 1' --[SI. lial. ]--
Thern- i.-; a ~;iro\Wing tendliny ill the
I'uited o tatt-. St nate toward piliblicity
t)ncetriing I:maitters of an eX cX' utive ni-
ltre. It was but n few years agio that
in (vetry case which canCl under the
head of .x -eutlve business of the seln-
ate andl which was cn olid-red in se-
cret se-ssiMo there was a great deal of
secr'cy uaiutaind in ti'rin, if not iln
actuality. All thlis is qluiti difi( rent
now. A notable instance of tliih was
thC' publication imun amendment to the l[lay-l'aunceofote
treaty, together with the report in fa-
vor of the Adoption of that treaty. A
year ago the vote ratifying the peace
treaty of Paris was also immediately
made pOblic. Nothing of this kind
would have been possible a few years
ago. It Is not known whether this ls
due to the fact that the pubikcation of
executive business after each session
Is certain or that the senate has come
to the coocluslon that It is much bet-
ter to take the people into their confi-
dence rather than to attempt to keep
things secret. I know that a* great
many senators feel that the distrust of
the seuateoriginates in nmauy cases
simply because the people have an idea
that many unpopular :ts are covered
uip in n.:<'utlve seyiou.
Want Open Sesslons.
Many senators wuuld prefer to have
oitp1 ses loItln n,; i 'ory .question. Sonme
of the," .nw senators when they first
,'*.>;i.' her', alto lt-li*eve that open ses-
sions would be est. lut as a general
th-i: the-y ,hange their milvds before
they lhave, tien very long members of
t!h lIody It is understood that It
would not he Just the thing to have
opz" ~s "sions In some cates, especially
in thi' matter of comilnatio!'*. 4 the,
ciar3"o-r of ap-:esideniial ai)sinte',is
in ,it;ii s liecuiissed rather freely.
Then. gu:it1n. there may be times when
:niut -,'( of vait importance' affecting
f<.i-,i'. inatliont atre consideredd in ex-


U TO iI. V t %%hr'~o tdii rnot know

t,~ the 1, 11. When he c~am~e to
a*lit *w;! Ie f antid that it provided
'la **w!:.r, tl.oU nit~il Statt-s hail
J~~~~r srsii' o ti balIihe utao Pet~i~
t :tun;. I e~t :inijprisNiiaent for life shlall
1". sutbst A tune.17 'hli Awasmors titan
h,, had 1,2aIzcjail .1for, andi aftor think


VICTORIA WEARING


SPRIG OF SHAMROCK

Celebration of St. Patrick's


: ov:r l'll swilp b he truck out Day In London.
the wordliui of )Dr. M ary Walker and

iiiniti:n t. rit wi.'in :in t. 'rrtoy rPital FIRST TIME BY LOYALISTS
troll .l v1, tht1 I fitt l PStat.k i helreby
for-ver :iaboli h,'i. provided that til,, Criticism of the Uniter States-M-W*
a(t. slIall flt applyy t3j f'tirile (0docors Klnley's Untimely Offer of Medta.
who wear ioal. :itTIr."
AnTI!UR Wa. DITNN. tlon-Diplomatic Language Veiled
Inwaird Irritation.
TO ADOPT SHELDON'S POLICY
LOaI)O, March 17.-Shbamrock day
Owuer Topteka Capital Couiat mp.ates promises to vie with primrose day in
Important Chaines. tne hearts of the people, judging from
TOPFKA, March 17.-As a result of the oethusiaasm with whicn, for the
1Rev. Charles M. Sheldon's experiment first time in the history of the nation.
this week, in conducting the Topeka loyalists all over the Uuited Kingdom
Capital as a Christian newspaper, there are celebrating and everywhere the
is almost certa:u to be a marked change green is conspicuous. From Windsor
in the permanent policy and style of the castle, where the queen observed the
publicatioU. To t0 e correspondent of day by wearing a sprig of genuine
the Assotateod Press, F. U. Popvnoe, 4-leavid shamrock to the east end of
prinn:p.l owner of tue piper, said: the slums of London, where the ragged
VWtien we turned The Cartual over urchin glories in his morsel of green
to Mr. Sheluon we ftlly expected to re- weed, nearly every one sports some-
store the old form, line for line and let- thing in the *hape of a green flag.
str for letter, but after coBnsderlng she By the queen's order the bails in the
matter during the week, we have de- A.r tw towerot Windsorngatlo honored
eided that some changes cao be made St. Parick this morning. Irtsh airs
whioh will be advantageous. The played by the grenadiers enlivened
change to be made will definitely be Shings and on London's mansia those
decided upon at a meeting of the own- floats an w loyal Irish o withshe
crowned harp in the center of a greens
Sofeld, as distinguished from the Irtsh
flag which bears the harp without she
union er crown.
The supply of genuine shamrock was
so scarce that a half dozen leaves sold
readily for half a crown. The anotent
Ioeremony of "trooping the colors" was
4, especia!!r picturesque. It was per-
formed in the presence of the lord Ihu-
tenant of Ireland, Earl Cadogan, the
/ l duke of Connaught, commander-ia-chief
of the forces in Ireland, and a brilliant
assemblage. All the troops works the
shamrock.
That ( ff r a Mrinat ion.


Whatevar is said. between the lines
of the poiitely worded editorial com-
ments on expression of willingness
to aid in the restoration of peaea be-
tween Great Britain and the Boer re-
publics, can be discerned many evi-
dences of an inward irritation whico
the less responsible public does nOt hbe-
itato to outwardly express, while eyed
number, of the goverumrcnt private.
dticuss the matter among themeerers
' w D.0It r., 1. e^ = 11'"10d as "the
ungraciAu*s roe '. e* Wd0me form
of luterferdnce." to which ,e te dad->
*pp h "JgolishTr.e2 ca oto help contrmalg
*th5 a~elr~.ce of |he attitude of openly


-** Itiv s,(s"-;cn and thiug.s are sahld err to be held Monday and the new defending our policy, if it had come
.: i. !i i:iught not to )o out as cfftrial ut- policy will be announced in the paper from a less disinterested source, could
it :iahrm- if men holding the' in::tipntant 'uesiaay morning." only have been regarded as an un-
p. of oonators. Orne of th- m i n I; is said that the underlying princi- friendly act."
lg b ee. n advecatesc of tn,'re pies of Mr. Su1don'd plan wiil be car. There is no doubt that the overtures
S., r cateried out, but that his personal opinions of the United States. even though sue-
I..:.t.i;ty in the mnntior of wx lutive will not nocesaari:y be fol!owel. The oessfully worded, have sensibly mrr.
.iuts s.. S.nator Teller. 1 l ha:s i4ev- paper will remain Republican in poll. stated Great Britain as a whole, while
t, a-'1 to -liicve that muh.ii of the tics, but in other respects it is not likely circles friendly to the United States
'.i; i.a',... tl..t is d d.,1o;s ;n:gl:t as well be In public.! One plat(op 3. Mr. She:don's leading edito- and compare the reinsal of M. Decess
of t: rt f ,rimeris in the ri.ltter of more riAl tomorrow morning will be an inv.- to gratify the hostile sentiment in
IalMa<.;yv was lia'id B. lill WVIen he station to the readers of the paper to ex- France by making proposals to Lord
p.press their views regarding its future Salisbury which were sure of rejection
.i.nma to the senate, .onlirnations were conduct. The replies received will to with what they testily call the "inter-
a!.I uni:anenit i-.d by th snDate tllltill two some extent determaine the changes to ference" of Washington, and which.
e.xecutiv. sessions bad pansed. It was be made. It is understood that Mr. though only tentative and clothed Ia
i:qoii :r motion of Senator Hill that the Sheldon will be associated with the pa- words of perfect friendliness and coor-
rul.'s wete iernded so that these .on- per in a friendly way, but will have so tesy. came at an inopportune moment
ilrmiati,.ns were anuouncedl immediate- active part in its management, when the sapremoeself- sumcieneyof the
ly. Snttoi Hill was also instruni.ntal The Rev. Stewart S eldon, father of British empire is the predominastig
iy ,:a ili ao fot r n trna i the editor, contribustd an article to feeling or the day.
in having a number of other traditional the paper this afternoon advo- Everywhere one hears expressions of
r'lIuair-tents of executive sessions re- casting the abolition of public funeral satisfaction that while she maswer t>
miovld,. and convinced many senators services. His distinguished son will ap- the proposal was clothed it words of
that nou damage was done when a great pead an editorial note indorsing the perieco courtesy, the language of tLd
dct:l t.iat was transaiaed behind closed idea. Salisbury in "brushingaside" Preenlens
diours appeared in the public prints. McKinley's proffer is so extremely de&
U P Dr. Bual's Cough syrup at own, if year aist as so kill all possibly of a roped.
No auore iuve.tilatoase. child has croup or bronchitis. Waste no tM of the refers from any other sour,
it Las niuvw icnu nearly ten years tinm; delay may be dangerous. lIr. F u'll'ntlaess hose proposing them are desir-
s.i .-e the s etate has attenipted to ino- couRh rtp cures at on,'-. It is a me andI r nid a ope
e t,falliblo remedy. All druggists .-11i t for !ue of being -erosgui d a openly e -
viti-ae: ihow ,'-\ecutive *:.sion be- e 3cts. tqonistie to him.
cr,,- pmrlhi.. Thet last time it was at- IEmphasis is laid on the fact that
tenipted it proved such a rari:ng farce AlhS I >r Widows of tBoker. Great Brial deoliaed at the outes to
that no stiator really want-i to conduct S S Louil March 17 -The Boor hoe- tnestose, as my o e'dm in the well em -
an Inlvestiq:tion of this character. Itarcer o eore aoord o thewell *
is kamowu that several re's.,jlutis have pital and ambulance corps has aban- tabli hed Intwessloal law that the
) ,,on htroatsi.e-tl by euat)rs l rseting downed the original .iea of ae orgni- right of lntmerVeat to conditimalm
hn nroi rls toakre in- aton, which we to send h tl e igs of both parties to e
e o rules to make e i and ambulakoe corps to Sougo frl quweaqu el to V eprhshe good offlo of a
vestigation., but. as tlheste ae never Is has been decided t seed on the disi, s afert
voted upon in tie- s,': :ate a:- d as the $.0ou they have already cil aed to wasm in lis Me, ountaide the bounds of
,ti..;:ittre ou r:la'h -:i.s uo do-dr. to the national oommittssee of Boer sym- di'to possibitiee and gave Lod-
stari su, i an in vest itia:i.,. notlithin pathnsers in New Yoai for the assist- Sisbury full justification for his "'e-
',ve. ..,>iin of thsein. No s-,nator d-o anoo of widows nd orphans of de- sort ourteous."
;!r. < to start it on: his own respionsihil- cesed Boer soldiers. TO CURB A COLD) IN O.MK DAY


t I It t z II;I t tie -t 4011? af f tie lt, -
Ilt i 4,11 1a- lr~t. c ht ir infoa-

f4 (4Iregin v-.'14, )1tAs,,I ta a-cmlistI tho
I.W.;jtn tsr maet-n t1)am:1 vI Ien I'iiis litefar-
:2tti I a r!@a,,mi % .!,,iiu, : ,I 11n v,
*I,-' -p~ I v *-*-*, f ,,- 1 1.;j 3I' s iiteIt --
fit f ;Al e.lu a .Ia.:,e :..unny 111111.4-;%; .'I II Ae
1 r I )evcV,ka- g,-i -.a:- i I #-tj :Iio -. I f the Ik. -
r:1 rI:- u ~I-I's WhO Pa I'- ivx cwavq
4s' 14 a'.0 i I 1) t0t)re I Ii 11m 1 hInt 1'i11Art1 tin-
m. n'., aanner (if I liv in vi'sfIa t oll.
D~r. 51nr~ t ntker'n Bill.
V. t1* v -v -..fii of-tarolt'
t'~.';t-;.'t~a *i'ilsetwuia or lat-'v

Mary W'al A, Ili,-thea141cr u lo-s
:e--'t Owt.i"t jotolt the -stitihl tC~jruveof
I jij. -,Irngo tisia am re'tIlira S longl
I (-4 ia t t :m I It 4c1-Isb Iit- !-;. a 1~,4-A %t I
-y ea P' sit'es and ca-31-. l tl 1-,
ms inuark Of fet-nininity. Cis-shawl.
a haii-i'-itv-n rhernshoulders. kit-t nmrialy
n-ai:;i-vb~. and If .any eloutmni? -xi't't
a izoal al:at hesr wrinklc'dl. lne miark-
i-I fat' 'will leave Ito tqUe-sitioaas to ) it-i.
ul'ttity. .[~ year Dr. M:iry w:t%
Wtaft'.iI taetilthecapitol withta 11-111a'in-
dher he-r arru. After working fr ~'A
time without finding a mt-.iber to ini
t~ratuaee It shte. fnalir b-1 m.- nsa taud nce


c Take Ij.xatlv Bromo Quinin* Tablt-*. All
For Purchmeh of Laad. Iruggiets refund the mon-yt if it falI, 1ti
WasaiwoTON March 17. In the cure. W. irovi's signature- is n esea
17--Int box. 2.",c.
hose today Mr. Kahn of California
called up a billto provide tor the pur- W ho is Rader ?
chase by the Keelauk Packing company ,
of a strip of lant in Alaska used by the is the Furniture
company tor the pas 20 years. The Furniture
bill was pased. Mr. Burkstt of No Man.
brSaka then presented resolutions on
the memory of the late Moroe L Hay- We are Sole Aeflts For
ward, a senatr- from Nebraska
S--- sKay-ier & Allman'i. (*',.-. 1. N.
"B-ttr late than n,-v-r." It i- Kellen'm and C'level:tnd Wall Paper
b)e4t, lowev-er. to, he nev-r late,- abl)ut Co's<. Fine Wall P:ap-r-i. Ful line
taking H-od's Sar;adarilla to purifv of s:~rnple-.. J. E. I'0, & (',. No. II
your blood. Take it now. N. Palafox. l'ioit ..'. 2t1f-tf

Don't Pay $40 and $50 Your Credit is Good


for SF rIs, M.AHIrNF when r,.i
can buy the be-st t:;ak wi' ,TI t ,'t
ltte impprove nrnts at 0. M. 1lv,r'-
BH rain Furniture H<,|- for fr-,-
f19 to $3). Our household furniru-r.
1i -,1a ally at c0herp. Call ::,! -..
the bi: Stoek.

DURHAM Cigars have
no equal. For sale at
D'A!emberte's.


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:; l:irt.., j-o*,rtl:e-,rr of I ',,nci.,e. Hli
Iou!r ,-. "IToil-r .-t it aird i'.dlroo li
utltc- I. Jron l-i-d-t,-;,d it 41 sip.
(.M. PJYb S4
Bargain Furnitur- ,foume.

The best 5 cent Cigar
on the market is the
DURHAM. Try them at
D'Alamber wt'a


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2 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, MARCH 19, 1900.


'RLK BLOOD CURE.
An Offering Proving Faith to Suf-
ferers.
Is your Blood Pure? Are you sure
of It? Do cuts or scratches heal
slowly? Does your skin itch orh burn?
Have you Pimple-? Eruptiionis?
Aching Bonrs or Back? Eczema?
Old More-.? Boil-? Scrofula? Rheu-
mati-ni? Foul treatih? Catarrl,?
Are you pale? If -o purify your
Blood at once with ) II. B BoItanic
Blood Balm). It rakes the Blood
Pure and Rich, heals every sore
and give sa clear. smooth. healthy
skin. Deep-seated caz-s like ulcers,
cancer, eating sores, Painful Swel-
lings. Blood Poison are quickly
cored by It. B. B., made especially
for all obstinate Blood and Skin
Troubles. B. B.B. is different from
other remedies oecau-e It. M. B.
drains the Poison and Humnor out
of the Blood and entire system so
the symptoms cannot return. Give
it a trial. It cures when all el-e falls.
Thoroughly tested for 30 years. Sold
at drug stores at S1 per large bottle
6 large bottles (full treatment); 5.'
Bo sufferers may test it, a trial bot-
tle given away absolutely free.
Write for it. Address BLOOD
BALM CO Atlanta. (Ga. Write to-
day. Describe trouble aud free med-
ical advice given.
EMPLOYMENT OFFICE.
Ring up :W2 or call at the office.
II North Palafox street, when in
Lteed of a carpenter. H. D. Hoffman,
Business Agent of the carpenter's s
and Joiners' 'Union. will furnish you
with the desired help on short no-
tice. n25tf


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Fuel Gas




Alphabet!


w:*- ai ANCIENT wh:, u-i J
to but ;i wood.
i- f.-r BILLS that iib, paid
v li-ti hte could.
wa- tL#-. ( )AL ti.at L.e aft r-
ward- hiuglt.
i- te DI)RT ;and DU'Tl' tl.at it
br<,ug!.t.
i- tt e EVIL thi-e things
broughtt to ps
wa- lhis FOFI.LY illn ot u-i~:t
ga-.
is the .GAS (;,.iorne u-ed in ii i
S-tove.
i- the HIEI(iHT of .iJy ga!-
brought t(o ib- hilou.e.
i-. th-I INDIAN: hle doe-n't
u-,e (;Am.
Ca llnot f b-I it. fitr J i- tih"
JACKASS.
ip tht KITCHEN wvr r t. GAS
i the fut-1.
i- th- ILAUNDRY. th -y'or
b-thi of 'emll c (l.
i-a th<- MONEY. -avd biy :a

is fo4r NOW. tl. ,),a* tillin for,
a chiaatl,-.
i- the OFF-'ER tit,- 'i;mp.ti.y
lakee.
i- the I'i'ROFI'T', 0o,; ni.k- a;
uii-tako-.
ia for QI F:ITION: i, tui.-
tion at a!! '
i-, tlh-I ANt- y<,u l,-ou'ld
buy helitti Fall.
i- Oth, SAVING ..u make, if
you do.
i-a the- TIME and TROU ILE
S!av-d. to1.
i- thl- 'NION of Cinimfort
and thrilt.
is VEXATI)ON. now cut it
adrift.
i WISI) DO() in tiaving in;

plui 'i lhr,'o Dl).lars to hnuy a



i- our IZEA.I- AL -u;,;i y y..
withi

WAS RANGES $13. Comcctfl Fra.

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

THE HEINE ACADEMY OF MUS!C.
N o.' N.,rt: ;'.t'ifr. Str,.-.-t.
MISS EVELENE M. HEINE. Principal.
MISS IDA PIAGGIO. Assistant.
V'o0 t- .ilt.. N I "'^ ,' tl 'lfl. |' l' .;.
yetemll: itx .u:t,-r. U .t it,,i' anaj.1 Mw .I l IIi.

Best Patent Flour.
Our Best Rd 1 iRoE al
Patent is the besft Jfl r thla
camn be produced by ( am

Forget .Mfe .Vot is one of
the best Break fast Foods on
the mnurket.
411 made by The 0. E.
Stawnard .1fil Co. and fur
sale by .Vew Orclans Gro-
cery Co.


.f 'HI GH.
Proprietor.


OUR FIRST PHOTOGRAPH.
It Was of Charles West, a Brooklyn
Man, Still Living.
TI.at the first man who ever sat be-
fore the -amnira should d live to see pho-
tography ia color an accoutplis!ied fact
hliows v-ry con.lusively the rapid de-
v'il1pn1.1':it of the art. lteiles being
the tir t sbji t of Thej ltirt camera
:i;adi in lAmerica. I r. Charles E. WVest,
a Jlbri, kI.lyn nJIInageliai. is also the
pjosse ssr of the finest colnecti in( of Jap-
ant e curi,; In the world. IDr. West
recently said:
"It w." during the v.inter of 1S2J-40,
ju .vas amiade public by the French gov-
er:ihen!t. tLat Samuel 1-'. I..orse. of
telegraphic fame, whose studio (for he
wvas an artist as well) was in Washing-
a; sui:are. New York. returning from
l'r-n.-e.. Irought the news with him
v.l;ch was destined to create as great
a sensation In tile new world as in the
old. Morse. John W. Draper. profess-
or of chemistry, and 1 bte.-a:m, greatly
interested in the subject, antd George
W. P'ru.-ch, an instrument maker of
Nassau street t, made us each a camera,
the tirst three made in America.
"of course the Intention was simply
to take inanimate objects, as It was
argued that animated ones could not
remain motionless long enough for the
process. Finally, however, Draper
triel his wife's picture. Morse his
daughter. and Prosch took mine." Here
the doctor showed a handsome. velvet
lined wouden case containing a cracked
and seaimned copper plate, but nothing
noiir e. Ti:' dagutirreotype had vanished.
Not a trnivce of a feature could lie sel'n.
The sunlight had stolen it awny.
"You scu,," rosunimild hoe 'nern!il'o
d,,.'ti r, "Ina. ;urre- in inakin'z his pi'-
tlrIs. llu.d MI 4line, vwhi;l we- n.d io-
,;D I*y poiringl t.e:n on hliatd i,.atec. Thle
vi i,,r ld ging on the plate made it very
sensitive to light. It roquirt dl an ex-
jpi-ure of 21 ruminiutes to get anly results.
aall I sat before the miirr,'r, thet rel'let-
ed snxi!i-ht in itmy faiet. flir t!.:it I !,iith!
tf tinl And niatur'!ly wvlinri t! i pie.-
ture N .m s finished it sl.o\\'.i! In1C with
'lo:, v1 ,y's. nV t automlatic pi'i.t'iior
;.lin;JiiL .-f huiL.In beings \\:I< :i ; ri e-
;:.;,lisled fact. and .Mrs. IDr:,P'. r w:as
I.,. lirst womiianl uip ni \1.n: it w::
'i imiiistrated n:ld I t.,,- first i; 1 :a."-
N.w York I'lh(ito l:E'a.


The Speed of C(able Memumge%.
IIi iI4 iz ht:glon i'alics ~very 11, hi-
Ca:to, laistrUviiealts are ro-u~iireil. arid lthel
vuir,-ils arriving at Moo rvni-ui-iig end
n ur.- uu~ryficehole itl: (-iIlu*ii...i withvil
1 1ii i ; -r I.r,-n ee n IIt-t o I t .: !I N I lie, fk v-
tlulir the imlwjihws -n rrh\igagit tihe re-
Ccl'. ill,-, (onl 'kA Shoert -uhie, inille of
undidr 1.4"N'mii:iies 'ex~ii :gelienal (I i~ll-
sidurte4l a shji mt u:aullv. :ie a sput-d (,f
slgaimiI ug a ii :pli*v stitliciv-nt f~ nr alllojur-
Juluts withi a conuductor wvheiguiii ahlolilt
i14041 eml-lds to) the nih i. Sana re itinlided i-v
,ill isusilal1:~ln in-lvhuee of gaitt*a jicrclia
:11"O'i~nisut hall cyil atne114fai.
NVIlii'nV.col(lie cto'a a (hle (o 4ifaiou~t
t\~ ho- t'u"S ltul-tigt. it iS fu it'Il l cisiv
iill wulniirio ;.,ta hira(ctichalIY ailimaitt-A
n-;ui] t1:1t1 .4.a shieil a1- lunhias thei
frii-- \ht,!t 4[llrattiur camlili'iui(I It --t -
af ri ( jr-ch utif i:l.- :ailn. ih,-* ini-w
ttC hnulo 4.ii4 ut opo' ',IiIridiigul ta
jI so .!.. i I Iii I A A. 111 .11 niirua t

ru -,- il IntV fI hi f r s'j- -,-Il -it


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THE A UTOM0Oi31LE.


- \\ t I 'I .. -* 1 : :.1
:i 110 : i- 2 ; not p'i.>a:' tu ;ti :' atn '! ii!i as 3et. wVt
u'dt :-'nt;and.--I ta'dtrI ,lt J. 'iiitJ rn.i.
At thki staze f the game m're nauto-
mobiles than borses hLav. ran ai'%ay as a
result of the introduction of the new ma-
chuie.-MAinneapolia Times.


CASTORIA
For Infants dan Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears tne
ignatare cf


system redulator

PRICKLY A&H

BITTERS,
Because they Think iTia
nasty and bit, diareeable
To the stomoch andvioletr
in action.
A8K THEM:


HANNAH BROS.. Sicia! A,:c-i:ts*

A Gentle Rebrike.

io.:1:1it) ."i'u!ill iI t:I lv was a arge'
t 1:1t L.'niI k I t j l~q. I da na: I II t eIit .01iks
WirAetva rra;iz':elI aidI ol;Ii !I ii.
1 lir w:v~i! : linti~i there in
t !w ell 1i: :. Ii:it Ite Ily :v 1 a m i 'l a hI)
:j. a Id -I Yt di 4 11 a S', r:I zetI !I I r sI
i i tiiniiii a little n1dgruc so er
ill Av. in c!l S!14, cdIii Ct& 1 (eflais
in nf~ i1hIit. a,1 i iie vmi(' 'io i.a luat
..c."(.41 t oln. (It the tih.t hld up am
gold c(en. Tlwv.-411:1:11sm.iled, arid mthe
11.211 4-d [ ii itoll the 1t:::arI'e SLOW imthl
c,)%4Tei 111o 1l11t pipcs. *\ma w ie rmille
hiLr co.livei on, shiv iA z t !;,st for t tie
.111 c, i a. butatasFhie p11, iIit. Up. Slit
gavv a ci y and d(I oIplwil It 8 z:i Iiifor
It lL.101iveuciiu. heanted on i Le T! il li e
ii- nd! ared at tbje tman. but (*.(Inut
say a w~ordI.
Thet next evening. when the anusi-
clans ajupeared. tbe woman's hand wasj
Ii 114!I1 ned. and Shle 11:d somle dIitheicl ry
ia aii~a:1:1~iig theri nist rumlenut. W~en
sho waileik tier collection. sho a voided
ile nma x 'who 1h.1,lplayt-A the 'ract i".1
J'Isi'41n, tier. n.ini aght :,ftu'r aii.t shev
41;41 thf. smn* thiig'. Ili %-:1111 lie of-
rt'reA hlon a p"log.e-z. i ri-cthuir 4'ilwl.
lintl she 1aiieaily 1,hi d.' 4111.1 S.nAlt in 1
pa:i.-irig hurim. waln Iaev r aI l~~ii h to
1:;N( e hi tie shightist luu"iaitoni.


Onr Firmt :Emperor.
At thel, tilu whenr the wiar with sli ,pai.
hliuil I In l- io, llIet .to a si 'I' t s- fil :i Iil:i ,'r of sitt: 1h I' 1I'' t W eV.' li<'lls-i ,i
i!1th 'ifu ur" ff tlie ,':. l- III \'I;:S lii t" l.
A t la-t u,'', ,'int'riu !uist e'x *':iin]; l. :tl-
d ,r.s-il;. hun.,lf to the I:10ft pri;:,i-
ri :il l.tinhtb'r *f thle ( i',)rip. "In i!.:
i .i oni,.i| \v' "Ir', d, lt'ifit i. i:; : '.'ri::l-;: !:nel you. sir. hiio, 1.1 be t(;i
';'-t ':[.|,|> r .."
"Nit f I k-ii,\i it." d;::Iwlid t(li great
: ; : "i : I: .1 fo l i IIf' tl Wt v:llt
t. I *- T,.:- lurt--t ra; -i ', u :1 i :ltui!in of
. 'i1 : -"'** i .-li ; "-- tl. *.q.*; 's n. i z itiliu.

Medical Softery, Attenilion.
There will be a regular me tin ;tri
the Pensacela Medical Soci, tv at
the Board of Health iofT r at
o'clock p. m.Tuesaay, M rcth '7.
Visiting physicians art corJiall,
invited to attend.
D. W. MCMILLAN. M. D.,
Presidei:t


E. F. BRIcKE. M. D..
Secretary.


TO THE PUBLIC.
I have juat rece#ive(I a fin l,.t (,f
Rll kind's of candle-, a and .(l11 thi'-taat

(ho)cuilat- DI )o;.'.u, 2(1 vent.-, p. r
?-ult:gi n 'lix-d, 2 pound!,(I. fit .-
A'illFat (*y Mivfod 'iadY. Ct- 1,t
evr broui2''t ti 1'.Nh-:1i1iAi I
pu.r CA!j~ .('l aud -P f.), ur
TI.: a ro- fr,, -h a I firn:' ,i-, t w4 i i~f
thi ViflI IC. A Pii ..
'A;j1ian


EIUM'LsBiE DRIES


GENERAL INSURANCE
-AND-

Real Estate Agents,
PFS:AOOLA. 'LA.
REPRESENT TWENTY-TWO OF THF
LEADING FIRE, LIFE, MARINE,
ACCIDENT. FIDELITY. PLATE
GLASS AND STEAM BOILER IN-
SURANCE COMPANIES. .. .

Grcerad Agents of tMe Enuitatlf
Life Assunrance Soei ty of IM
gOited states.
cOi 1EP'ONJ)FINCE mOLJ'ITrD


COTTON.
Nxw Yjt.;K M irca 17. u:;K' CLOSS
Jatinui ry .............. ... ... .... 7..t
keuruiiry................ 7 .. .. ..... 7 '4
ar........ .. ........ 9.'7
A prt.... . ... .... t.0.5)
M ................ .... ., .... %4
Ju ne.................... 4 1 .... 9 46
July ............. 47 .... 9.46
Augu' t................. 9 .,7 .... 9 3;
epte tmn er....... ..... 3 .... 1.4U
Uc-ober ................
No eni r ............. 7 ... 7 S
7 .... 4
t^-ot cotton close.l ,'i~ .'t imiddling up-
lamdl, :ia lnim1ddlinl gulf B10,. Sales i'30
eGlA1N AND PROVISIONS.
.1H1CAT'). .'arcih 17. o0Pf. CLUss8
\V"H.AT-uir.n ....... o..
WEBAT-Ma1y ..... ,' ; .... 37*'
SHu AT-Juli ....... .... 0,
W I A r--' ,*e-:.. r .... 6*r
LUiN- .l t rcii ..... y',I
OSAS-May... .. ... ','.: .... 37,
LOUW-J uly ...
tIIo N-- -p t :.mi r .. .... *)?:
UAT&--A1ay ...........2,j-, ;4 .... Z4,
UATS-J U I y .......... .... 26
PORK-.Ma-. arn ....... 11.22
PORK-May............. i 2i 1[5 .... 11.w
L July ..... ....... 11.2

L A -J y ........... .... .-
Kima-March ........... 8.15
ALas-May....... .. .6.. 1 .... 6 l
kims-Juiy .......... ....6 17/
NAVAL STORES.
WILMINGTON, March 17.-&-pirlit tupen-
tine b6(1g4,,: receipts 7. Roldn steady
and unchanged; recelpt3 5'. Crude tur-
pentine steady at 2(af3 25; receipts 4. Tar
firm at $1.90: receipts 106
stAVANrAL. March 17.-Spirite turpe
tine firm at 54s. receipts, 157; sales 1M:
exports 321. "ain firm and unchanged;
receipts 1,32; sales goj. export l,Sfti.
A. I?. De Fluent. editor of the-
J/l".ur, il. Doylestown. Ohio. suffered
fir a Inllinb)-r of pears ilolil rihilnll::-
ti -tn in hisi ridi-t shoulder and -ide.
He says: *.My right armi ;at ti :e-
w:n- entirely u-ele--. I tried Chaln-
herlati'- PVain Balain, a ndl wasi -ir-
pl'i-,d to r,-ceivw relief aluin -t iLmiie-
diaitely. Tlihe Iain l'alim lao- bleen a
co -illcf,'a;ld it 't,-v,-r fall ." F'r sale-
t,- Hlta liah IBr,-.. 21 South P!iaftox
-tr I*' ( .


At C (. V Tbcmailpn.ti 4.
0 ~& Ladlis-s'N, 'te l1,apor. anad
(Xii: r id-e Linren ianad Enrvelo p(-.
fliirds lateitlei(t.
ta Liti, ni'ial I t-.
t lFrtl-tf Id V n oaand Fav 'i
Eainli-h N -'a =1t inlWove : ,-I
l'2;. r: IDenai-oa (In: Cope. E'tc.. withini
~ geii m Ia-44'aottn e lit 'if Qt:&t i' 'tr v.
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Indigestion!

We (1/(tieng'e the world


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to the .Matcl ess .Mineral


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RECEIVER FOR PAPER MILL.
Marletta Corporation Falls to Meet
Interest oe Its Bnado.
ATLANTA, March 17 -Owing to the
failure to meet $2,000 interest on bonds
due last June, the Marietta paper mills,
one of the largest concern of its kind
in the sou:h, and one of the few which
is said not to be controiid by the paper
traut, has been p'acod in the hand of a
temporary receiver by Judge W. T.
Newman of the United States court.
Tne bill was filed several days ago by
Payne & Tye, representing D. Robin.
son, the trustee for $7, 000 of the com-
pany's bonds, and tne order for a re-
ceiver was signed Thursday.
At the time of tire appointment of the
receiver Judge Newman issued an order
4 giving the receiver power to borrow
$10.OuO with which to pay the floating
debts of the concern.
SMoultrie M. Sessions of Marietta was
named as the temporary receiver and
Ia. assumed charge of the affairs of the
company.
It si stated by the attorneys for the
trustees that all of the unsecured debts
will be paid and that none of the cred-
itors will lose by the litigation.
Could Trust Her.
I "Do you like candy, inamnma?" asked
4-year-old BHessie.
"No. dear." was the reply; "it always
makes me feel atid."
"I'm awful glad of !t." said the little
miss. "You're just the one I want to
hold my c:Ira;tnels while I dress dully."

DAILY MARKET REPORTS.


for Infants and Children.
Castoria Is a harmless substitute for Ca-tor Oil. p.
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. IL i.s ll- .,. i
contains neither Opiiun. Morphine nor other N., .,
substance. It destroys Worms anti allays ih., ..
It cures Diarrhuta and Wind Colic. It reli. .., .
ing Troubles and cures Constipation. It re-ulat,, ; .
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy :mIl initural .,
The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears the Signature of





In Use For Over 30 Years.
Y'r"9 tecv ik Onft"T.YT V muA IH


Chase. H. Turner. [

ARCHITECT* I


-AND-


General Contracto r

lS iildi::a i,'; ri;:. lantc l a m! (G i .t. w,: i,... 1": :: -.
.tinl (ha- Flitti .-.

A Complete Plumbing Department ur.d, :
Management of E. B. Morey.
L' y Arti ti:! D*-idL -, Estilnita't t!.Ini :I- .pfr;h:,: -
itg of All : itid-. Prepared on Short :. .
.\ I.:Irg.ir ai nd carefullyly S'< e~ I St.'k if F'i i *
Tiliaig IIf All Kian, I lB:th Tub-h C u i..-. ,. I. u-t !.1 h "A.\ 'i :
Hot Wat.tr ;indil (as Fixtur-..


No. 19 S. Palafox St.


:: Telephone No. :;4;


Citizens National
OF PENSACOLA.


L. HILTON GREEN.
I'mPI-s 1 NT.
T. E. WELLES,
VICE-PRESI DENT.


DIR -.'CTO Rf:
T. E. WELLEr. W'If. FISHER.
,of E. E. S iunders. & Co.
K. J. WHITMI.RE, JOHN F. PFEIFFER,
L. HILTON GORIEEN.


General


Bank


JOH-N IY. I I FE I iF F FIR
I-.,. iM.t. kSHNEIL.


RIX M. o. -


MOI:ITIS }


7'ransaci~ d.


Banknhiq Bisinetss


~.6dyAmtnded To-


The Star


Laundr-'
Ir


THE PIONEER LAIDRY OF IWE1 FLORIB


Care And Attentiioli
a i I ..

dliithly car- iandil ,rl li ar,
Wt ill a: c tt.pli; ml,1 bi- .'
u-ii lly ctar fal a i t*
arc *i:.' li- l w i r- i ;.
tolniers a( i.

ALL WORK C. 0. D.
ELCPHO!E 114. 27 E. GARDEN X'
,*-G"OODS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED FREE.-P".,
WALIKRR INGRAHAM, Mnagc-

ESTABLI9SHED 1863.

McWENZIE OERTING & CO ,
0 DgALE'l';lIN -

Ship Chandlery and General Hardware
603 AND 60'5 a. PALAIOX STUllKT.

REVERE COPPER COMPANY. JOHN A. ROEBLING'S rI
GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RU88EL & HON'S PU3i -
ClUvn, erdall, hPith., 01is, In0tic1l Iatrm1mta, IIurtb uti&ri, kie:
OOMPA.qIES. LOGS. TCO.
C. McKenzie Oerti: Clloecting A.-ent fir I'ir 1 'il,'.- B'.'.
ciatio Ti.


T YE IIW WAIT GLgMffe


A


S'atter for the cure of In-
di'estion, Dyspepsia and
(a/1forms of S/omiach, JPow-
el Troubles and Skin Dl)'h
C'ses. (GuaranteedC .9 c'frr
or mon.,y re;unideCld. Co,'t
o.y'/ '7 c .ts a d((:'/ ,o use i/.
One dollar bottle lat1( tire;i-
/t1/ da/s.
For, sa! by till l/ru it" :,'6 s"S
also T. .Gre'C, ; Co. 37
S. Palafox Street.
OR ADDRESS

W. WILKINSON,
Greenville. Ala.
Testimori.il From Jadge Gaiton.t
,hKEKNVII.LE, AlI., Aug. ] .1 1 *.
I take Rr-e t pleaow>re in certifying to the
purity atid tiU ro-nilt of Wilkilnon's Match-
li# Mainoral ,'at'-r. This natural mineral
toni,, to my p-rsonnl knowledge. is talMen
from is well thri-e milei s '-a't of (;rec-nviile.
in the exact condition In wi-e-h it is old. I
htnve P-en thl water u-ted. with wonderful
>ucces. f,).- (f3" pcpsia. indig*stion. sor-
eye-i and for rauptive t.~sease. sores and
uleer-o, n ;nn aaid annual. A ra.r.m..-1
'or thI e' troublo-s. 1 do not believr i.f
jUiial -xl tp. It i4 highly recoinneLfded by
pa iyican for a number of das ses-s.
ZVI.n. (A TTON'.
Jud(ic of Probate Coart. Batl.r I;ounty.
Al atama.


P.-.one
Phone 105.


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENtACOLAi jLORIOA, MONDAY, MARCH 19, 1900.


THE DOER'S SPIRIT

IS STILL UNBROKEN

:~..~jtcrd n Strength In
Mounitain ? asses.

:~!I{W' ,rPORTED




I i j. t mp P..rluem-.est New
r Ae .


r .'~ L~a-ulte..nd to )j-.r

-v~.1 i 2~..t1

'I.iii l~et:.~ ii j.A2 a.v u


... ....O- ..--: t.Iat T
: a:: !ealt; a v Try vicL'.,
S.: ,-r I"T: ; ::i t.ajt in' I "

*: a: aL .., aj L (. .->a7 hl *I
*- -. r e ,..i-r -',u '.
*'IL ;1 v I ih o ..er, beL
.. or, u laU: ,o kU I IWt-

\ iCe i wt r 'A .;.JU ,,|-i W .
A i ..an rts uA ue .. ti .te

"* nu L 0 [,.-n reIrv*I from
S* i irp lUi t, '1 C, lutii.ilant J),:vT r
S, .. :jie po.M.tan o U a b:.i u fro.ut
:.:tish during the nt nt. ev-
:.e .,ers ofA b.s force huve our
,wk'iL. a umtener of the C'ap.
n.'Ut. and lisr bro:her ha,' -',eu
s* atacre's scoo:st have occupied
:.4'cteiv. The country is clear of
.,e .emy. The mnai column is fol-
*ar the contse.
A dispatch from Vauoyl says the
r,..->ad nas tbee reopened from Bloom-
teta to Narvale' PnuL
Y* eral Polo-Carw and the reo a-
C.r, have ats arrived as Narvals
i .it. _____
THROUGH LONDON GLASSES
lie.w Easgtaltm* Loek as the Afrt.
eas War rs ery.
L toS., Marok 17.-The peaoful
r,,;cst of the Oran Free State pro-
grssets so evenly that is Is ow believed
*~he will be little or no fighting on
, r! RobSrts reachlau the Vaal river.
Hl.w soon he intends to tart out with
;..;e objeot la view in not yet posted
3 til tthe p acifcaion of the Free State
':e:.s now engaging all his attention.
W\rt. the move oomes it will doubtless
it a ompnated with the secrecy which
.a -baracteraed all she British ad.
<,:. P' oCu Lord Hotexi t' part.
'.:, *whtie the taking of Mafekinst
S.**:, a,. The Dl)tcb in the north-
..ot ns to have had its back broker.
t. is likohev (i nera. Kitcheoer will
. -. C ucre hi. p a e beside his chief.
.n.. test lei- the British troops
:. :a. ei.u. the Fre S'atk recurTotrat
:.. rt oI ti ite epirguers aud the
--.# *erv,'". (;irourprri. th y,.ung
.. ..au .ioelr wua ru.ee sUt 'eme
:* ia;:.rot s. 5t now pntling his
:. ; e :n:unt sev *. t ,:>'or npt .l as ir.u LaIpei
1 .. -.rBt', lin.
ii. iannt Uliver. ater having g
:- ;.rr. went to Iu'julvilie..
S.- to now reported to be with
*tmal&. fcrci'.
.vda. the ,ili;,1Omatic agent of
navala. has disappeared from
Ai-cordiang to a Globe dis-
., is bei:eved to have come to
,lme 1; l0onuou, but nothalng is
*. w ere ateout b1i arrival.
,.' -.n- u-e r:ely iikeivy hat he wou:d
..; ;V to le hion's munth. and the
.*'.; *c isr republic is more hkely
e. s:.oo heard at one of the other
i :Van capital.
departure of Lady Roberts from
u. for South Africa today was
e- i occa ona for a popalardemon.
*r-. Amona her tellow travelers
Sile Incbeess of Took. who has
t j yon her husband; General Sir
.* Carranrgton and staff; Lady
a-- rm and Miss Rhodes. the later
'n.o>Jes' sater.
AS .tfi&ne'e Hoeuorrd isetlop.
r ,, 'March 17.-Right Rev. Rich.
S k-r Wilmer. senior bishop of
.escopal diojeee of Alabama. has
.olrated his egbhty-fourtb birth-
ai his home at Spring HILL. 1ear
S 'a Nov. I1 he will celebrate the
ath aaliversary of hia bishop.
S A abamna. He s the wiset,. treeet
,* -wroet old man alive. perbaps. in
S: ..de o the people of Alabama.
..* -vo- tily loved by people of all
a d s ees and his birthday is
er of ufteresting noteo i thiLs tate.
jor ,,ermual .tthlooil
e >,IT. Ala. March 17 -Pra.
M1 Stackelford of the Troy
i Lee and Premadent Patter-
*i" Mont-iomierr Normal ocliege
-*,. ave return" from Wash.
where tbhey have spent the past
i, :i. ii:terstg of to bill wbich
I ,;,aate 25.A0)O acres of the go.T-
's land in Alabama to the oue
S: ,' :he school. They report
e l.: has been faToratiy re-
a,: a.re veryr much gratl:ed at
.: ..-c ;> i p.a ,lsa ge.
ta .1.1 Muls aed l)r ver.
.'t.~il.' GCa.. Marc! IT -
~.s a terrb.e accident on the
.1 Air Line rat-road Friday at
... ia The through freight that
*. :"e at 10 o'clock trek a cooun-
Sand killed the drver and a
:.te..s at the croM ing this side
r The msa killed wans Lax-


-\.thewe, eon of Henry B
('f Martin's district. in this

1 '. tabl-e Badly lajred.
*^AH. Mareh 1?.-The tempera-
"ie country adjacent to Savan-
t to CO degrees last night
"- uttle fruit raised about hIere
'" vegetables wre badly in-
." Beans sad young cabbage wle
- The tr s farmers will 01
Lea ., b Sbe __s


THE rPA3T.


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ANTS ACT AS $STRATEGISTS.
4 obeiceui ..a f the Isroe'(ma Traknoact
%ieeus I Ilt's 311[tnr3, Precliaow.
Ii eil : t.,A~i 's'-i .1 e l'clh t tlie 11;4,111
u-I ILII'C21-'I I, i11" t es14 11 wo Ni 4 Is-fq )km I
fur!rie aIAe --:Ca :.- alzacest Iee-rfoct.
T T~er i'er: as:TeI IIifr Iee s are fa till ltia.
,, Lie i.:a:ie,f T1iled X e'css~utic l. At l
re t ,..Ifi*- 'I ee ', ivile'd S'outih
A r.! ie'.1 g: 01. eCT.I. te~iu I cr4 12.
of :ear .\?

AAiu n .. *I Q i N .eI lit' C1:t11.
:1 i t' :I;, e e il the i411
v *i L .% Ni f hI! i Theei
Iw f. '-t eI 1 1; in IA 11 re'e
Le::I C dv:: ..~e-~ l-~ :1'it I le

*. I -I,. -defil-
"k, : "Ph W" :Is

A I.. I elet c I.el of t il-



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i~e.! 2~ as11 L;,!4e 4. ; 1:1C1( te-'i
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Test 1-vor ns clefiil, eid.




"I' 111k.f Ste I lbe td) f -u: 1 i ild. of M ei~

e'l it 111. o lie2'

%'!,L:I t's thie g~e.'d Of 01:11t *-k(41 thet
It*e Itre'
'A re-at elial (lf us,, I. a :ixwer l ls
e'aiI~iet 'I hatvee Stii,!tt it to s5011W
c ee.I mi -tOlf Ili u1 'i tCale 1t -vl a ViAIk
man faa~l ~a rom'N ttrom;:ing nrile'd tint,
13 :1t Very I imi l'le ti. Forl'eCrIII(tainetif
(.I) ci: i mike yoeU sayi't tr-et'Wrganirst
xau e:r %Vill you laoii' %01Il ldulxe't. WII
1i le :(, 1C1-V* it eIell 1,01! 1 bclieve L
1L.,111 1i3L~e N013tiSay It."'
nLu e' IIC tIv foiirtocani ili Zrist Umy
~I Hi" Yo .aU 'ilt cl.,LIt. F'i re a wnie"
At. 1i Ic is tShe' 11wle test -worked:
A- lil,) Lit~c1are 1!-ix .11,41 foeur.,

A. IleoV ~.1: T~ -c i~d three?



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tuloi r Lt- c-e' '-:1 ef rt!e ', 1

SiZ'Iflel c o 1 1:111 ~Ve rj a i vj 'l5 In

11 % f arrel e oi dm lff~eri'e I parts ()f
tIL'Iu -cuntry. The~y coe11_.st I rinc-!paljy
In the Lgl'wifl of .:liff.terunt kinds of
crop~z. such as whieat. g~sgw.sugar
bets. vegoit3?lleS afid fruits or In the
testing of different ki'lds of fertilizers
an applied to the soils and crops in dif.


Gout l BOens.
Gout hns been produced lff bens by a a
BreR!au doctor who fred .iew with
meant. lie gave the hens thing but I N N 'S
horseflesh without fat anit as much
water as they liked. with deplorable H
results to the unfortunate fowls. Hav-
ing In-tilhd the disease, lie then un-
dertook to drive (out .he uric acid by :ON EUROPEAl PLAN.
administring eorshell,. which relieved


The Future of



Children

A child's life may be
blighted by the diseases of
youth, such as Rickets,
which is characterized by
weak bones or crooked
spine, and inability to stand
or walk steadily, or Maras-
mus, that wasting disease
characterized by paleness
and em3ciation, or Scrofula,
a constitutional disease of
the glancs and neck.


Scofftt's Emulsion
of pure Cod-Liver Oil with Hypo-
phosphites of Lime and Soda will
prevent and cure these diseases.
It supplies just the material needed
to form strong bones, rich red
bh1od and solid flesh. It will also
reach the infant through the moth-
c.-' miik. and be o! the ircatest
benet.'t to both.
A' i ,fr.-.ts. t .
S>\'k Ti I 'N NL. Che-ii. t. New Yok.


Five Thousand Rolls
of Wail Pa, -r in -t "k. ill elf t! l a-
t p;itt-er:-. ;,nl mri conri .
I ,'I- f-.fl c e. W 1.77 ]. r :..1. E.
; .. .... N .. li l';alaftl x.
I'hole- :;-2. 24f-tf


Who is Rader?
Be's the Man that sells
Furniture so Cheap for
Cash.













SISHOE*!


All High Cut Shoes in '
Men's, Ladies', Misses

Children's at reduced '--*,

prices .... I N' .-9


A Special Sacrilice!

; i, P;;ir L di,-' VI.'i Kid S;ri;
If{'<,.1 But ;ll tn nd L:KI S;: ,-
tor o "ly


$1.25.

REtIULAR PRIt E C 2,).


Gentlemen,

Don't Miss It:


A ShIORT TIME-:
THE ONLY TIME.
AND CASH TIMI:.


Moen's Genuine Calf Tan L ace Hand
Sewed Welt fdor only


$2.50.

R.E(. 'LAR PRICE $:-)


Don't Lo-r Time' and zo Aboutl
Pri'ciiig. We Still Ie-ad ;i- thto Iow-
c--t l','ice S1ihoe- 0' i- i'l the ('ty.v


YouI~r, f'r 51:11tiza


TRUNKS.


/. GUGENHEIM.


of Inediicine that go,-e ill a
priescripl'ioni filled in thi- -tore i-
leirl'ily pure-. Pure drulls ni-' l n Li
;peedyv iecvv,-ry. Poor drutl s nieaii
.1 relip ). VYou want the best. Let
t;s fill y-.ur piro--c;ipti>n. ;and supply
c!t ei r i:;. it itie-. W~. '. < t-'mii t (!, .
" 'il'P t'r.-,'riptiIc l)Drunirist," :7 S.


lop CURE YaURSELFT
u~ine' I -V,-4
Taot'' -k ^J
'C.% --*c by *o I' n I9 -


I ,e ret-et


CHICHIESTECP E4GLI SH
ENYOA ILLS AGENTS.
Or is rd 41" ..
~4~~i~tt~i~~f~et\EIH scf~d ITyMe Pery ad Wiie YateIs

pi-n- ~ e'.I~--The JgTrade

4*-~ h, *~*ef~i A Is Our Specialty=*z~
Teraonnt er 'liverv r'and S-ati-factiuI


G' (u.r:atnteed.

Dannheisser Bros,

4ol South Palafox St.,
I'Lone No. 116). P. (. Box 2'l.
Railroad Exchange. Phone 26S.


ITEL


UIl


Convention Call.


The sixteenth annual meeting of
r r the Woman's Christian 'remperance
Union of Florida, will be h-ld it.
Gainesville, April :3rd. 4th a.l.1 :th.
X.d ls a LDay The first sf-i)', will h, at 3; m.,
of Tuesday the third.
25C Eac. Mi's Helle Ke-.rrn: ? Flora,
Miss., will give tlh- coiiv. ,itioni ad-
* ---~- ~ ;.- -i dress, adding intere-.t to ttli-occa-
sion. A I.IC: I',K,wN.
SARA Jight. GENN. President.
ad NIlQt. Recording Secy.


OYSTERS, FISH AND GAME OF ALL KINDS IN SEA ON.

Special Orders at Any Hour.
RATES:-From $1.00 to $l.F0 per Day. LODGING:
515 and 519 8. South ala Street. ren a.eeia.lrid ) 25 and 50c



JOHN PURDY,o

Foundry ad 1Machine Shops,
CENTRAL WHARF, COR. JEFF-EIoN AND PINE 1 TFEETS,


Telephone 346.


Pensaoola, Fla.


the -ut}s to a certain degree.
The Klektng Kangafroo.
Trace a hit of mischief anywhere In
the w'rSl. :i!: nnl Anmerican Is as like-
ly as ,3,ot to be at the bottom of It. like
tilt p.tlau"e of kangarooss In Brittany,
FIralie.
A'. A:ril.cain whio had (lived in Aus-
tra..:i lI.,;.lt an estate In Brittany and
tuhi.,-l sez:lie knuir:tor<,,s loose In his
1,:;:. T''y have lbrvd with great ra-

"I'it tL I:jick of thie l:a:ng't;roo, mon-
s.; ;-': It .i t,,errible'" say thle peasants.
Tl*'y a8- ;i. tL uT.l to kanginroo' j.
TI'l result ofi this land that Is that
tih k:ui.rs(..s now lihave to l1e hunted
An l exteFruiinnt. 1 J,. t they becoule a
nuisance. IFl-rc (tih (lgs employed to
chase them frequently get killed by
kicks.


THE OYTF11t SEASON.
'thP ov'-t.-r In hib ted of ooze.
W\at'el d ,%,th btrt fioin Iii, summiierl

-I fe- itr thit our s.'l-,- ili of saf.-tv :i !goe ,.
For my ipl-*isalnt dreams e re distuib 'ed I}
the jar
That is aiwaya caused by the' letter R.
And I kta That S lmrof as shortly will he in the sup'"
Ald so they will for the loeop wa-
filled with the finest and fattest.
This sloop was sent out by Nick-
Apostle and these choice oysters ar(-
now for sale, done or raw, ready to
chaw, at his restaurant. You caln
get them by the plate, dozen, hun-
dred, barrel, dray load, wagon load
or car load. Owing to the rush of
business the servingof regular meals
will be discontinued after this week.
but special orders will be served at
Sny hour of the day or night.
We will launder your spreads for
S15 cents each and make them look
like new. Star Laundry.

EVERY DROP


LODGE DIRECTORY-

]KNIGHTS oFr ar wzA s.
Pensavola Lodge. No. S. K. of P.
meets every Monday evos-
ing at :I' at ('at]le Hall.
In liutchisison hail. Wse;
I ritondencia, street.
Visiting brethren cordl.117
welcomed.
It. u Day IwW.
K. W.a S.
W. 0. W.
[Live Oak ('atsp Mo. I Wiouidinan ofthe-
Mo-4-te first aRnd third Friday night to
Sixvi liepelii. Visiting %ovelri gns cordi-
ally iiivitVdl W. *W. W A SON4,
S. It.1L11A 14ICS.iCe~rk. C.C.

POLITICAL ANNOUNCEIENTS.
For 1tepreaetiirative.
I h~rie aniiu icc i i.i a acandtdeete
foreet i(-pre..nt tat i'e t- Elf i..iii t 'unDy.
Florida., in th'l' 'l~ c u~pttfi o the
d'-xnovratic pritniareei..

For 1Lepres-ittauiie.
I heereby annfotiiiCe n1V-v; f fa. I candidlee
for I .pr-entatihtal.. f IK~emstails t eeluty in
the leiti-lat ure..subj ect, to Itic I 'eriiveerat ee
J. [lAM4x4t r eL3


For Sheriff.
P3OFESSIONAL OARDB. I hereby announce' myself na- a candidate
--- ---- or: sheriff oft Kcambia County. and re-
spectfully ask the support of my friends
Dr areell voters of the county. If ciect" I will
.Tl .e 5MeI11 31y, discharge thbduties of said offlceeffItnclently,
fairly and impartially.
W.H. it ]rCuHr qo.
SPhysiciaa rForSheriff.
Residence, 24 West Gregory Street I hereby announce myselfas a randidai
Phone 19. for re-election to the ofMceof sheriff of Me-
Office, I)'Alembert4 Building, 1191, South cambia county. Florida. and solielt the set-
Palatofx street. Phone 74.t frages and interest of all my friends.
U oman E.. u11TH.
DRi. Wx. 0. DawY. ,For herriff.
I hereby announce myself a candidate for
sh-riff of Escambia county at the enastag
OFFIOE-Hannah Bros.' Drug Store. elec"ton. ... .VAINPeLT.
For Clerk of the Circuit COurt.
RESIDENOE-400 E. Jackson Stree I hereby announce myself as a candidate
for r-election as clerk of the circuit counr
S-- --- ---- of El-ocamnbia county at the eniuln-g selection
and ask the support of the vote.rs.
W M I Maann 9 ft A. M. McMILLA&w.


IffiU. 4P. IV14rudtZU4Me1. U.

Homeiopathic Physic12n alli D~uca
Late o~f Ocala, IFa..
Otters his ers.i~onal ri icea to tne citi-
zc'en- of I''nsaceo~a.
E,zp.~IetI iten tio nigivPIIto the- tr--afniient
of chiron te IDisewwes and 1)i-i1.p. f
%V: o I ne arnd Ciii IrI it.
I'l:ttvY'I~lrq Vlritctwi~- in th.' South.!
4 fi,-- jiqi Ir%.: -s a. Ini. to 1-1 in., -'tee 4 to. M.
Aoeo~ldeiice Phone No. '-':A,.
Rrent-Itloeant 1Ieillinje-MAwitm 3


Dr. Wilmer' S. Hall,

DENTAL SURGEON,
Misonic Tomple. Pbone 364.


P l'i fl. .'iet. Pllon I ;" I -- - -- -

Furniture on Credit H[INB[R BS 08. & O.9
.t--t tiT utifilline of -(id ho rd -
-ver sliewti in thel city. W'ard&ole,
witt ;.1' -< door. ;r f rev ,ry d sti crip-
tion. fe ".i the che iape-t tei the fine-t.
Roll-top secretary c,-e^ elegantly
fini-Led, a fine line 4-f china cloet., Palafox Street,
anmd everything lic ontiine-d in a first-
claz- furniture store at 0. M. Pryor's Pensacola, Florida.
Hargain Furniture Hou.e.


Bern the Th Kin dYolg Ha B AWays BARGA NS
eignatu1e y


-IN-


If you are ready to go to r
h O se-keepina, let .Marstone 33 e
,FiTn ish/ furnish your house '
for io/u. They will save you l $1000 wi buy ,e a reA of and north
p I If 4 ,10 1 Vu.ar ;vrm a- d 0; eia of thecity and wl-stof tioulding.


oifOtiey. jo It/1 CretlV tS isgou
wIith them.


lAcme Beer.

THE LE.T BEER SOII) IN
PENSA( ()LA.

Dannheisser Bros.,


$2000 "will buv i acr s adoinng city
$3000tr will buy four ,Il io!i4 blooki
pOWVVV and a good seven room house
This property is In New City.
$400tr0a will buy 7 acress between HIp
"pVV0 l.ayou and Little Bayou. Thl#
property iat- a wnatr front on the bay; also
on Big Bayou and Little Bayou.
$K0 0" wil buy one of the best reo.,
PWe d e-nc- on West Hill. hituateed
on street car lnr-e hasl 9 rooms iand all mnod-
ern oonvoenience>-.
$6000 will buy' lot wth '. ft front on
$ 000 | Palafox Sqtre,.t. oelli of (.rev-i
ory. Thi- can be Inini-dimtely iutlilzed fir
business purpost--.
$7000,,will hU lot v- ith?,o *ft front on
S(irebo.*"v idml .4 ft t :r ot t on 1 -
canell a': Il 1.' ftL fri,,tl w W iiglht. T'hil
pr p -rt sy liett ne" dCItta n its anl I here I-
plenty of room to build atdoczen hu-sl minore.
$8000 L wil huv h'Ir.dsniei- roidIitce
$O U t, Li.H ,t ti rego'.y betwe-ea I-ala-
fox and Tarragnua streets.
f9000 ill u by.1 R I'ea: *, fmer:n with
$9000JL\ r(I li,-Us 'tnIfl armrlli huU''lea'i
.l-er nt piC-.- rtYv r r; I : f irln:r. ai.d
Imiry ti.i: )I-es. T%.:' p ,:- i, j. u-t OI ut--de
,!he cty l;1in:t .
Ai r1 b .1Vin-i!iI".-
$10,000u,ail t .!'i- f...
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SJ. E Stiliman 1 Co.,

East Side of Plaza.


SH. A. .WATERS.

Butcher and Green Grocer.

PHONE 172
Il. fp c a lid M -it..
t':.ickvui- ; tid (',lCir.tr.
l'roduce Daily.
Shbop, Rear cf Johnson & Son's Store.
INTENDENCIA STREET.


For ('ircuit Clerk
I niiiinOU tep' nivy *aildiedyv for Cli.rk ',f tbia
'irvult t'Court (of Ke'nithiit, oitintly. -utijetg
to tlhe -actiou of ti e" e-lsuiin I O'meiwra9Wi
prim ariues. I;. K. I.. IA I .l L.
'"er <'iru'lt (CI rk.
''o tihep Voterq of Ittcatitlii Olt ouVty
I hte tr-)b a'v t no n' lr iv .Vi'lf is a ldilat. tor
the. oftll'- of clerkf oif the. Pircuit court of
-lrnlllatt conCo lt y ntSli d %Ill >ir |il.it>.. to
hitv !-. i support of lilv fr's~nid, :id the
v, ler- g. ni ritlly. .J it > i.N I I It'.A.
For Tax tolle-r-or.
I ihereby announce inymelf a. a canrdidaft
for re-election iee Tax I'ollector of IT.-ean-
hlil trounty. and asnk tih support of my
friends iand voters generally.
A. Hi. I'ALEMHuRTr.
Fur Tax C(ollectIor.
T'I-. tainy fril*ndl of .li udige H. Hont'ov
haitvel ii vo htainedi hit coie-ent hereby ito-
ito ii'e b lln as a cllen dallt.- f,,r T x IPllvct-lr
itof EsCtibiia county at the ensuruilirg le Icllun.
M.ASN Y V *i)IL KIP
for Tax Ame essr.
I hierebyl announce tnys-Ift as a crnnlidlar
ftr 1'tx Ass-e,,soor of Kcannilia cotiunty, *tiu-
J.,ePt ito tl action of tLhe l einocratiC primns-
rne--. If elected I expect to Ile-#et the iappro-
hatinti of tIne tax payer% eitnl will Ido nly
,ttity Il etve-ry d(-tail as I dlul when' I held
the- ottice before.
GEKo. KR9"r.
For Tax A e,,oe'sr.
The .:tmndidacy of Wiltita.i W. Richard eis
hereby onniouliced for re-.-loctiou a. tix n M-
setortr for Escamtli county. -ubIject to bhe
action of the dumnocratlc prituarne*.
For county y Treauilrer.
I ainnoutiii' myself a. a candlda.te for
tlie. .(tl'e. of County Treasurer. Mitijct to
thile trilori of thet de-riocrratlc primary. aad
ask the support of mni frleied%.
S11.1.1 AM E .. ANi ItH-e I.
For County Treasurer.
I hereby announce inystlf as a candidate
for renioliiniation as tr*-antrer of K'.icamhv
county. subfJ deiliocratic primietry eleet ion. and respect-
fully solicit the support of tile votlrn of tlb
couintv, pled-lln myself for the future the
tamne fin lifu performnitei of duty thai tL
lIave enilealored to f tilhl during my pay
triiure of tile office. J. W. VitAITU.
For Justice of the Peace.
I hiere>iv announce my candidllcy for re-
elction to the oMllce of Justice of the Peace
for the MSecondl Ihatrict. subject to the ac-
tion of tbhe noninating plimarie..
IioI KI. J, *On 4.
For .Juialice of the Peace.
At the suggeotlon of num.-rous frienels I
hereby announce my canlidierty for Juqti4
of the Peace of the city district. subhIect to
the action of tile notnintlenlir primaries.
JAMRtF R. LAwItHtEI.
For 4chioIl ftipelrintendPet.
I amn a candidnat for county ippe.rintaln-
d-lnt of plbtlie intrinition. qubJf -r 1to tbh
!-.no- ,rt ti prlinari-'. I rlep|,. tfullvy o)-
licit the -utTriar- of the F:sCaiet La co)uuIy
voters for th'- abso)c-narn-d pi o-i ir r
.1 A I N1 M. TA r P.
Fo.r ~mhoj,, I *Miperinn i .en-inl.
To the \% iters of -:-,-amla ia o:inte.
I he-reby ianlnouIl neiym-elf a ciatelid'l tfor
4!ipe-rlut(ri(l -nt of t '.iit, Ili tru in, loIfee
E.')tan)lcoa u ('iny and e-k i t e- .ilIp rt ,,f nm
tr ienid anrd vot-tr- rir ~il'.

For Mtuperlnteindint ,-f Public Its.
.trn 1 ." '. ,? V'>t.r-r cf I:-' ae.rltI; t'",':r;'v: [
.1i-i ),. i i...... i ...* "IV- :i ( H fi;.l. It'-. f'r r a-
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nut |1 II La% i:ie r t, con--rlrt,
;n -i..s n -. h ri e-r; a'"f, r mede.-
for tile ort hern district. bubj'ct to t' c as-
lion of tt'- dt'nocratte primary-o.


PATTERNS. CASTINGS. LUMBER TRUCKS, SMALL CHILLED
Car Wheels, Wood and ire:m Pulle-r-. lHanter,. BRxe. Etc.. M aiu-
l factured to Order in First-Clas, Workmanlike Manunr at Rea.on-
ble R'Ite-.
Dealer in Machinery, Fittings and Supplies for
Stationary and Marine Application.


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Waantd to boy all kinds of SacIa
had Firnituir, Mirckhadis, Ac.
Widrss Box 142.

J. I StC'phenlii. 'a,' a large asAsort-
meint of ,Solid Sterling Silver and
Roger's Knives. Forks and Spoon


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4 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, MARCH 19, 1900.


THE DAILY NIEwSB:
Elmtor.'d at tbe Post Office at Pensacola.
Fla.. as second-clase matter.
OrriCs: Pitt Building. Sll"f south Pala-
toe rstcI. up-stairs.


THE NEWS PUBLISHING 09.
Terms-Invariably in Advance.
Ow. Year by Mail. -;'
lp ,lIK M o ttbo "
Tbre Months 1
*ar Nonthe "
One. Week. by Carrier. psynible M Ionday I

THE W IK tKY NEWS:
Pablihbed viry Friday at 1.a per year
PoTtageO frto.

TELEPHONE NO. 118.


Adrertisiag Rates Fuv'is~htd on ApplicatiO'1.


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PEISAQOLA. MARCH. 19. 1900.

PUE.CINCT DELEGATES.
Rtopreen tat tve coniiertat lee democrat,~
hare eniloroed the' following ticket for del-
.'gavs from the city precincts to the Dern-
&Potse County Convention to 1we hoki at
Pomelton. April 14 and a*,k that they b~v
Snven a hearty support by the r..trrls.
Precinct 1if-C. H. iingle-s. liavid 8hev--
ban. Wmn. Bazztl., J. 11. Maxwell, and I1. F.
wagstaton.
Preicinct L-W.- A. Moflunt. Thius. llannit'1.
John 4k hri~iu. .J. itveo.. N%:iht" axd VW. 1'.
Duiincan

Precnct --F. H. 1'u.nayn West.


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for .;ev#rAr vI ari.. it i iniia. ~'
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paritizV) .--a r a -inell l.~ .it,- wa-
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Many t, ii, ve t!,..t Mr. Bry,.i. w:."'
ha !.ad t \c,,p;;i for obh-elvi:ig t!.,- trend f ;.:bl;:,'
ltentile-Il t i: all '.'artte- oif tLhe na-
tiou. fully realizes the- logic of the
situation, and that I'- is too great a
mian to in-i-t upon niaiiitiainlie the
breach i;n the party ca-a-td by the
Chicago platform. but will. at the
proper time. advise t:he f,,rma:ion of
a platform upon whicn all If tlil.
democrats in the country can stand
U .ri h9 a.lt* *"i4..l 1".r ^ ios'm i f thI 1 rm,


become the idol of the whole party,
as he now is of a section of it. Do-
ing this, he would rise above the
plane of a mere stickler for a single
item of party doctrine, never ac-
cepted by the whole party and never
likely to be, and ttake hi- rightful
place t-< the -reate,,t leader the party
has ever had.

It Saved His Leg.
P. A. Danforth, of LaGrang. (Ga.,
sufferedd inten-ely for six ni"uth
with a frightful running sore on his
leg, but writes that Rucklei'- Arnica
Salve wholly cured it in ten day-.
For Ulcers, Wounds-, Burns. Boils,
Pain or Piles it's the bes-t salvn ir,
the world. Cure guaranteed. Only
2*c. Sold by W. A. D'Alemberte.
1)ruggist.


U. C. V.
Annual Reunion Pirot Brigad-. at
DeP.unak.
Veterans' Day at DeFuniak
Springs. Saturday, was one of the
most notable gatherings ever held
there. Large as the crowd was,
there was plenty of room and excel-
lent entertainment for all, and no
one departed unsatisfied.
The address by the distinguished
young orator of Montgomery, Mr.
John W. A. Sanford, was a gem (of
the first water, aud was received with
such manifestations of delight and
approval as rarely come except to the :
real princes of oratory. Hon. Wal-
lace Bruce. president of the Ch'au-
tauqua, was particularly out-,pokenl
inll his admiration f,-r the speakt-r-'
efftrt.
Mr. Bruce and his associate- did
everything po-sible for the reception
and comfort of the veterans atid
their friend-. and not an untoward
incident occuarrd to mar the day's
t n;j'ymniit.
About '2ui veteran- wel- i:i. i:- ira
the- parade.
Mr. Sauford is to-day. and part i f
to--morrow, a guest at the E-comlibl
htel. and will be pleased to iii -t
: (;o of the veterant-S w:,,n may lit' a!e
ill on him.
The Firs-t Florida Iri:a.i-, I'. C'.
V met in atnpuial reiniiiI at- :
'icl eloc, Oeneral (Iour.:e ee-s- p;"ro-
-li:.:. :antd (i onrade C. V. T. ''n.p-
-ain acting as adjutant. The c:uinps
l.,'ated .at t'et-ari, M iltn, Di-Fiu-
't!atk Springs, Chipley. Mlari:rnaI
ad Quincy we-r> repr.-,n-'l.-..
(.-n*( ral Reeus-- in welcAminitli tile
vt-trans in Pel-;uiont wrI.i- r.--
.ind- d tr.em of their glorir-us ini-
-!.ii "to trat-lmit to our pr,-:.-rity a
tr.- hi-tory or the war !"-ttv.eu t!hi-
t;a't-": to k-eep green in ttfe lhe:ar-f .4f
O'ur people tat'e sacred |int llory i i i.ir
t,,inratd-- who Lrave their jiv#-. fr>i
th.-ir c"-ountry.' He al-o dec'lar-.d
that byi -o d,,m'i_. veterans. would init
he It ,as l1 yval to theiir common c>u::-
try and to, its t ai;ry flag.
i('n mln-ti,'n. th!e thank- of t'he brIi:-
:tale wer- t*Aind(ered to the- Ci;ati:t.tui
mi;ta mianu:lxizemIt.-et and th.e railioaad
.,ti>'i::l- fr ".'. rte : t', the l b th,!,
at'ad r: dtir-, d. anld e-p,--al thank-. s wtrnriv
*,sxpr,--? 'd. t i the H in. \V .l;ic -
1;ruce- for hi- uintiring efftort- t- l.,ake-
o(ur un;aiin siiich an e-inir tit -c-
Ti thank- of th: lriratl,. w-r.
tl,- to.ld .r-i-d to ,':.' l!in. .,:... W ..
A. Sat 'i.-:d f.r iii- el, qu-it :rtl-
air --. :a ;I I ai :.- '-* n il -t-O'' ic 'i; .-- -
,I tit f r:ii-!: :a e'. p' a-f t!.'. .s-i :., f ...
pu,, li',tiion!. A v t".- t:-.t.ik- w..-
a l la'le t') t:l- -!.f -iT f t'." (c. :.-
t-.' for thi- ti-- of t!i"-' rr;:: '.a- t:.,
!,i~l,' ,'-,f luK *t ; .._'.
S i-i e--r j 1 (,-or' .'- 4 l '.-e.i, w i.'.,'::I-
!i:it,-d f.,r re-t-l --:i ,: c- -',i,; ,;
Se b1rigad.-. but at hii r <(!ie-t : th'-
j -urn:.d ,iii'-'t-ti g ti -' ; ,!t- i ,a a:
t:.' -::ati' r.-uni in]. A p7ri! 2'; 'a-;t 27.
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KNIGHTS OC PYTHIAS.
Briefltep;irt cf Proceedings of the
Grand Lodge.
Past Grand Chancellor T. E.
Welles and several of the delegates
returned Saturday night from Key
West, where they attended the meet-
ini of the Grand Lodge, Knight- of
Pythias. They report a pleasant
trip and an enjoyable session of the
lodge.
Tbey arrived at Key WP-tt last
Tuesday on the steamers City of
Key West and Olivette and were
met by committees and citizens who
escorted them to Hotel Key We-t.
On WVednesday morning the uni-
form rank of the order, headed by
the Key West Cornet band, assem-
bled in front.. f the hotel and e-eotittd
the members of the gra n, lodge to
the Odd Fellows' hall, where the
courtesies incident to the gathering
of such a body took place. After ar-
riving at the iall,Capt B.A. Walker
called the body to order and intro-
duced Hon. W. H. Harris, who de-
livered the address of welcome on
behalf of the mayor and citizens.
This was responded to by Grand
Chancellor T. E. Welles, who de-
livered a splendid eulogy of the OL-
der. Mr. Welles said lie first placed
his foot on the soil of his adopted
state (Florida) at Key West. and lihe
touchingly referred to some of the
older residents.
Hon. W. H. Har:is introduced
Hon. Jeff B. Browne, who welcomed
the grand lodge in behalf of the
local lodges. I-land City, No. 14 and
Coral City, No. .8. Stipretue Rep-
resentative W. R. O'Neal of Orlando
Responded with appropriate remarks.
M1r. Juiiu- Otto theu pitesented a
gavel im;.ide from tle wood of the
battleship Maine, to by used by thl
.grand chancellor in pre-iJing over
the grand lodge.
Capt. S. A. Walker announced the
various matters tof e te-i tainniteLit
provided for the vi-itors. After
-ingiing an ode, the n-eeting was di--
nii-sed. The grand lodge then pro-
ceeded to the Masonic Tem:ple.
where they were organized i'n due
form.
The report of the grand k-epf-r ef
records and seals slowed thi tllolw-
iung facts: L.idges in-titute., ,; to-
tal member-hip, Decenibr 31l. l--',.
..'17: total member-hi I) DeceimUbtr
:;l. 1-;9. 3.113; number .,f ,uboruiniatt-
lodgi-s to date. .'59; a-set- of su i: di-
nate lidge-s, cash, etc.,,i.'t." t7 : : -x-
pended by subordinate led ;-.- 1,lr
relief. $6.44j9 l% ; grand iodg r-ec ip'-
during the year, 5o.,475.2; ex2p6n-.-,.
:...422 24; balance on hland. C.3.- i i
The grand chancellor's repair;
-howed thirty-one section' of the
endowme:it rank in the state, with
4!,_ members, carrying an iii-ur:inc,
,if $1.I01.54,). During the year 15.144,
have been paid to the bhiificiritrits
of deceased members in Florida.
Onu Friday the se--ion closed, afte-r;
the election and installation of thet
grand Itliceis, as follows:
Randd chancellor, Sunipttr L.
Lowery of Tampa.
Grand vice-chancellor. IH:b.-it
C'i.,k o f ()c;.la.
IranuJ prtlate. WV. A. A:, :1 -, f I)


L.nd.
Grand kepe-r of reciri',c a.ld --, ,.
WV. H1. L timerr oit [Tav.ire-.
Grandi master of fexcie(utI- :. Vv''il.
C. We-t of Jack-solivili-e.
.Grand Ittster at ai i-. J Vt't-
-.in oi l;arti>.v.
Gira llind 1 ie. g'atr., \V. M ," -,.itr;
of Palaitka.
(li;t;:,! liter ';;ttl i, G V\ :.. -
na.ld of N.,y W\V -.
l'.a-t -r.~and chl.a '.i-ir. T. "F V V.;. -
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m,h q, rpev. a- us Aiadrviadf..lt. -n.Qi

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Wi Ir- 'unrt il urgeId 01ta 'Y Dr. K Z..'
Nvm- K'1h-v-ery-.'.O(;-in" ''P" vwr ';
C'UCri-holt'. anid Shin L:.:- ii-
-xa -c-% ore- ataclk .Q i'iP~nin"cn. I t.
ia'.ctire--s 'ire Iis -Iitiu iv ri-:
hirit~i.- -11r.<-it iifin- t.1-4.A:1d r.a~-
'' ar- cur-it:z all t..ai A Ct:~ z. io.
tricrhl -lv.'..-I-' nil -!, I 1i1t.
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Made in Pensacola.
ABSOLUTELY PURE.
BONBONS AND CHOCOLATES.
ALL KINDS OF BRITTLES.
POP CORN'SFA FOAM.

ASK FOR


Every woman in the country
S ought to know ab, ut


SMoISers Fricnd
Those who do know about it
wonder how they ever got along
without it. It has robbed child-
birth of its terrors for many a
young wife. It has preserved her
girlish figure and saved her much
suffering. It is an external lini-
ment and carries with it therefore,
absolutely no danger of upsetting
the system as drugs taken intern-
ally are apt to do. It is to be
rubbed into the abdomen to soften
and strengthen the muscles which
are t) bear the strain. Thismeans
much less pain. It also prevents
n morning sickness and .all of the
other disconiforts of jlrgnau,. y.
A druggist of Macon. Ga.. :
"I have sold a !a.re cnanti'vof
S Mother's Friend and have never
known an in-t'anTce where it ha.s,
failed to produce the good rcu:its
claimed for it."
A pIrominent lady of Lam-
berton. Ark.. write-: W\ith ni\
fir.t six children I was in lal)(r
from 24 to 30 hours. After using-
Mother's Friend, mxy seventh was
born in 4 hours."
Get Mother's Friend at the drug
ilore,. 1.00o per bottle.
THE BR4DIflELD REGULATOR CO.
ATLA4qTA, GA.
Wrr!-f.-car freetlll-.al.-t .k, "BFO R BABY
IS BORN."


EXCELLI.I.NT ENIEIRTAINMENr.
Thel Prince of C(oni-'dilann. Alhia lity.
woo-), and ilis 'Peerless Com .any.
'Mr. iHaywood imperlsonatps in (',~ --
tie arid lnake-up a wide range of
eccen-tric elaracter. He is an ul(e-
tious .t. iv teller. He is a sweet
-i i.er of tiright and catcliy osugi.
H1i-, work is entirely new anl up-to-
d ito. lIe *till retain-s his winde-fi;
i'twe r of ,t.rtaininzi' and 1iikiaeii
pan.'l'dr lau ;..
Star I'Feati'ri(s.
M i-s G(crtrude MI,)nroo,, t!:h bril-
liant vilinii-t"..
.Ir. (.ustave Ullrieh, vi :inicI-
1lst.
EtiI H a.rie (' irpn:itr. c. :,-
tr'lto .t:Ln swd.eets: l allad .i;(ir.
Clt-ai--t and funtaiie't gand in Il-t
popular :irtr:it.diin of the. -'a-,- .
Ri-ne-fit'if Elk-' charity fiiund. at
Clutttr's 'tnu-ic hall ti-niglit.
Tickts t.; and ,50 centt.
It i- vr.ry hIird( to st a td idly by ni.
-o -;ur dea( r i'eies sufft-r whtileo iwait-
inl tihe :arriv:tl of tih d(l.ct..r. An
.\ll>;ajty N. Y iiryin:iin c:all-d -at a1
l:.r 1 ,: + i*"" !.!'f fitr ;i dolc' r tii 4'(i, :
.f 1-+. 1+ !.- ( :1:d tl 'i i :.r ~-'
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Who is Rader ?

HIe's the Laboring
plan's Friend. He w-ill
sell you Furniture on
tho easy payment plan.


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ali-.-a al d -;>," i V.ly t, t"-- ri-lV f cf
I rii s *t a." in it vn.rit ier1 riu -
tblood p rifi ar dit ti.- Totnic wiln
cure tfoun w ra foth r li ,f thi-s todr-



-a s that' arelici withva its :i dn thP
,It aib.-cimre ~yi' iptolilis.;,>fteni refe.rrn-]
to ot-tper i orn :n- tha. tti stoma'ch.
By take this ad.ltiortun it-to virthn a
general tendoric and inv2'ioratoir and
blood purifi'.r, are noat itnpaired in
"he leaat. No, bett-r tn'-dicine ca:.
be found for the i elif ,,f t!..i;o di,-
eases that are ,) Ipr.-vaIt,!at i:i the
I take this opportunity to thitank
l tr~idnrl' ^t" fTk |I' P, It r i I |r* 'l-Ar +it t-a


SH OE,


CLOTHdr'7 'j


Gents' Furnishing Goods Depart f-



SPECIAL-56 Pairs LI li-" O(xford Ti.-. -i/- I t .
$2.25 to $3.t.0 .. .......................................
60 Pairs Ladie-' Button Shoes. i te.s I t ; ................
Thr, ,e fr Fin, Kol,, .I' .' ,- 'ti f-'-,, .,,
Elegant Line' of Mieses' and Children', Str:u: Sli.; ,
Celebrated Merriam Make. Black. Tan. Red and F-':. ,
Up to Date Sityl. -.
Ladies' H house Siippers at................... 7 .-, .. ,
-SEE OUR SHOW WINDOW Fa R .MEN-s S .,;- -e
To Arrive Next Week. New Line l,>y-' ard Yut. .: .-
lurley Stevens' Make. Nbby. U'p t D.I:. I ,- .


Biggest and Best Selected Line of Men's
Boys' Shirts in the City.
WVe are now in a 'Po-ition to O)T r the- Public Gre-at ..-
Youths' and ;y- C thin.:, having in Stock Ov, r 1
Suits to) Select fria ;:.
Men'- Pa nit- in Endt !--a Varie-ty from .... .. .. ... .
Our Lin".- f N eckLwear Compri-t. I. ry S:yl-. :.,'.I. :. ,

('Ojl',. C'oon && Co.'s ollrl4 ;iii-| <'u'.


Bluilliai! otllloiB S Bon.




Buggies! Buggies Buggies!


A SOLID CAR LOAD. Stylish


CAn LOAD E ICES!

Any and Every Style!


Stick Suts?


Pretty Phaeto:.



Top Buggies.


BEST MAKES, LATEST STYLES.


First Come, First Served; They Won't Last Lon.g,

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" --N0'.TIC3 OUR SHOW WINDOW.


B. PERSON.
- 107 southh Fnlafox.
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COOPER & CO'S SHOW

Will Exhibit at Pensacola Three Da'

Commencing March 22, 23 and


Aidmi ion


Children 15 cent

SAdults 25 cents


JUST OPENED.



i Co-Eeryhing ut and Clean.

*-Everything New and Clean.-


Thre .Mot Attractive in the Entir-e (C'i. It'i'tr M. a!- ~
and Short Ord-rs 'ervf-d :it al ..'urs. specialal W '-k."'


William 2o)noot & $o0.


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*k4Mi-- Patti Holdeu at
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rt *'r a- A th'I

'.Ds-ant! A damihter of
M ..r-...-tred at t L,

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'Iv ha aldwini-Moiviite ('aap~a'a. hlz -rv a, ~tfai d
q Of th1e( Ilaiit ot p, pi A1,ui of t !;e P T-Wil .rf- -ta,nnIao. Liv- r. Kidn'-v. lmd
aIr ri'e coip~a :iics,will begin thf-ir 1)Iaw oil:,:-,.)i~t .f air. Iff y.u
te i r a t';-n~a ze zi i iihrrt o ~rrwWaiit Ihv- Wit~irtri- aldtha--iea-
L~a iia-- Will bV adaru1itta-l1 free t,)-111, 1 Pi .I h''A v 0 t ll O-i Va'iV tv rot I
ni-' !ai:it W'eixt'e'!ij'in!.iIbV- ba.Uat d'.I lY :tW..


I , k- n XI !Ireru:aI, I I I I :1 0t -

he#r lani-jie andai.,,w har'ao:-for
t !. a 1,11, .' '' unt !f it I fI re InIT r'e
ofnti- :. FI- raJd,&ataid Ai~a~ii


Il'd O'01 AN NOFiICE.

-It I" I er v %..' that l li
after tiI.e lii- t d.y of A'ril. liMa" no
I ii,,!i inl, iha tnic or I,.b,,r-r will work
in :%.:Iy tlaildin witli a iy iai":n-Illiionl
i.i n whlrte th!er-r iiii n organization
.! -,aid craft tiiiid r the jurisdiction


*t. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 1 O ai--- .g A ai~I dil~z AYt I'"A I;,!'.- V#-Ztard a:. a. f J. It. J(rt{a
5 ''tta-r"- nat.-ic Lill t.i:~h. ~ ?.aa.a r~iI'Ir~'tl I
-iIt ,arka lv a.''-ir.r r'ti- i i-v. t r-tat tho -itatiarat by frj!i. aI. A.. Xlbo 11 %''va,od (Co.'tintrrt~aln-
.1:1d I- W-1ll-uprportevi. wh atar -p diaig thie wnv:itcr tiw'' nt, :; dta! at-i':r. 'e:n
~ te.tI Ii adPu Taati L 1 anid vv- r., -!i.v,'nitea'- a?'- t I I Th,- 4aljoect, M arity findi f 1-:1k-z,.,
ei*%.t '. r v~~i.-w tof the ha v with iit, 1re !- .r'ai-o~w. rt hv. At tpnd Clttter's
l~ inint h'tia~-i.ta-ii.2I!. L~arr 1[-ai.-tii-'t. :0- ---ifroin I',i aLt aiNjIj a i ~j'cv ~
~~~~1 iL" #111oth- in io U- w il i i.x wh:,rf. lasiiig r! ti 'aj a-.
-I I! _' .;'t.I I.2 I r t. F .-ft a- ur tarortag for the f'j -t H at'e Your Pdlnintb
1a) 1--- I I 'a z ha i tt !,i'wltv N% ~ xxtitr' U'',v Wilt i i Xl M J-
ir 11a-(jr la.3r fr o .'i:!-'i.iatr pr\ wt.af I-r:I Mid l''tla-r Han;:ing Clone bv up-to-
.x' f'a 1't-' ", t. A g -ia. M a: Pai:A 1 I ito '' *p, .in :an uli-to-dattt- style.
I :0 .'I MArdi Or a-. IJ!'i. j :111tand oi lrtWn-Q. Wua1l tak'' d '~: aztgJ.V '-&C o
-'-a aa~'i'~*.ar I~ajrr Jahnnoni' h I ir- IN PaIta f,)x. Phonime~
~ 4 E. 1 11a- of f~kt J"";#- taftil xacri~t. Tiie''wilt 'raiit- around .- f
... -rtls.d M- F ~"~ aI. ~'th ziL:f :nangthai' a-x-aid in a
7':. it .I.(o- up-. ''are-d P'ii the'i-atCuhif qli.vLkr itAiti e: ia. o better Cigar for
~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ t -4 -.ry.-te y. a. a.4afv-inteiu h .ali the money made-DUR-


i'j urIII t, .I- va-Irna,. fI I., I, 'a
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tt-' a'i t ''1 1'.-iv( ta .


*' a alt.t.-i wt wall lie waQ a'-I..*
]-i l :- to -4 15 cs-) III faa child

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V. \\:-:-r Cry.~ it*,'
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Investigate the Convertible


Term Contracts


Old Penn Mutual Life Ins. Co.
DAVID EDREHI, .,.. L"l


Le ten


SOL CAiN


Delicacies.


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their war home after the return of
I TO those living ,the acting ptrty.
Ii, The t-choonr Evelyn. Capt. P. P.
in malari.-l C i;' T Rtrs. came in Saturcay with 20.M0O
are indisr .,tnsi '. k. :;: 1- ft af lumber for o. BIr,onaium.
t svstcm in' j Mr. A. OgI'',by. of Mittco-a-.
sstem in pcrect r "'...- ;" pa(aed( tiiout.hi herre v~e-trday en
r te. t Maiy yE-thf-r. wlh,-re he |will
an absolu C -tec -pnd -, te ;:.. relative-
a ii nd i .e-P,-.
.r s:k ._heade :: t In a 1 tor t(o Seni:or H. H Me-
'.alaria, torpiid li lcr. c. -t: ;,,-- ('r-a .4 (iainesvill-. senator S. ,R.
and al iM.llirl writes fr'ni New Ori-ans
"n and all Linots"" di :,t.,.-, :< S. that hi- Lalth iz -lo.wly improvin-
4 |and that he will like-ly be in ii- seat
S tt's Liver P l V 1 at Wa~:litl.l,i -one time in April.
Senator Malhory alio write; that he
hia- la r-ii having a eriotl- limne. but
addre-s at tlio opera house to-night f-el- that he is now on the ioad to
wi!l b- well worth hearing., recovery.
Wete _pre Wih% ple John Lyons of l-atrice, Aia.. wa-
Weather ObAerver \W right' plea here on the excursion ,over the Sel-
'ant r oom, in the custom houre build- ia-Pensa cola road Saturday and
i:nr have been thoroughly renovat* d tried to play the part of Mr. Tough
aindl refurni-hed with hand-onme new from Toughville. He did not like it
carpets. i at all because tle police gently re-
M-mber- of the Young Men'si Bu-- minded him that he waw not in the
ine.- League arc requested to note wooda. The officers kindly let him
the announcement of the regular return home and to-day Capt. Daw
ne'tinf at s o'clock p. in. to-mor- received a telezramn from him in.
r,w- atueda clockviting him to come to Monroe: that
all his expenses would be paid. As
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Duncan left on he evidently wishes to reciprocate in
n thf. noon train for Louisville, his own peculiar way. on hisA own
whether thry were called by tele- territory, for the recepti.)n ivLen him
grain to thli bedide o MIr-. I)au- here, and as hte -otT-r to pay all ex'
can': father. Mr. Shivill. pense". prssihly including the under-
Alb.t Havwood. Miss Gertrude tlker' bill, it i~- vrv pr,,blble th:,t
Monirre. lls Eth l H'ttrie- Car- C(apt. Daw will aec, t th- inivitaion
tenter anid Mr. Gustavc Ullrich. and l-t-vp ,on t!h" i-"x train.
who will ent-rtain the public at'
C luit*t-r'. init,-ir hall to-night for the l ,naiarrk', iron Nerve
h .-nelit of tiio Elkz' charity fuLdi. \v;- t'.; r,- -n ult *f Ii' -plenid l
:i;,. tgu.-t,4 at Hlotil E-camnbia. hlni.atl. Indo:h~ita le will and t:'-


Sentemedl to Heath.
LEXINOTO Neb., March 17.-The
jury in the case of Frank Dinsmore,
charged with the murder of his wife
and John Lane, the husband of his par-
uanoar, returned a verdict of guilty of
murder in the first degree and fixed the
penalty at death.
A City Wit'hout a Chinaman. *
CHATTANOOGA. March 17.-Sam Lung,
the last of the colony of celestial who
oeme to this city in the early eighties.
died in this city today of heart failure.
while at work at his ironing table,
There is not a Chinese left in this city.
BEST OF AIJi


To clpante the ey.t'nm in a g-ntle
atid t liiy benefictliaiil iailri!', when
tlie Sprii.tgtitt' cotnies us l' the true
",'d zf."'t rtin .dy, Sy"N ;, 'f 'i .-
hijy ti' ge tliitir. lMaiiufaeture&I by
" ,- ',l;trrn!i: Fir Syrup C( niilv.
aWd f;' -:alt'e hv all dr :.1-t-. :;: -'*
"** -. I *:" b}ott le'.
Hu|. 1Ita Iicutnreaent.
WAshIN.TroxN, March 17.-Lieutenant
Victor Biue, the South Carolina boy
whose exploits in the naval operations
in the West Indian campaigns during
the Spanish war brought him fame, has
been selected by Rear Admiral Kempff
as his flag lieutenant Rear Admiral
Kempff has recently been assigned to
the command of a division of the Asi-
atic squadron.
For Over Fifty Years.
MRS. WINSTLOW'8 SOOTHING YRUPe has
been used for over tifty year by millions of
mothers for thoir cblildren whil-i. teethinL.
with perfect NUecsv.bq. It soot lics the child
softens the Rgunt, allays all pain,.cures wind
colic, aid ais the best remedy fur I'aarrlh.ia.
It wtil relieve the poor little suftTerr i.tn-
mediately. Mold by Druggists in t every
part of the world. Twenty-five c-'int, a hot-
tie. Be iure and ask for "Mrs. Wii'llow'.s
&oothlang 8yrup.' and take no other kind.
A regular conmuiinication
of E-caumbia Lodge, No. 15.
F. & A. M., will to hli-ld
Motiday evening March Ili,
at S o'clock.
Visiting brethren frater-
nally invited to ittn aid.
I. t'. 1;I.N M:1T.
Secretary.

Bean the thae KiA YouHa Alwaysv e utti


lan1dsome pictures, brick
a-brac, etc., in endless ar-
ray / (I rock bottom prices (it
Mal 'rstion A' Finch's.

Furniture at all Prices.
WVA1 iro, lliiite dining rmon tahblrs
:it hil :tiiin plice-: .al-,o stqovep-, bed-
-{'l'i: _r -, i. it tiln i' k] c nt' 11 re .i-aff-;. ;ild
kitchl,, c labitit,- wit!i brad board-.
('..**.- t' f l"l ir. ;a I d "iw .'r.r fori
ki l-' uot n' il- ;i i t:ti w a r-.
('C1 ;'i'l x.ai:' thni. ;at 0. %M .
I'ri',, 1l'tr; : .t Furntiitur l io -,.


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c can u ij py ci with ver thin f rom Stylis '
1) Stu::. rcal\ moderate prccs. to a spool of thread
Sa p cr ( ; pin "--whalc ns, nc- -les, skirt buildings,
r *in'n;. utto and I rything else in the notion line
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at just 'ic i 'rcc- you fel \ ou ought to pay.


~000 yds Hamburg Embroideries. (on center counter)
5, 10 and 15c yard.
50 pcs 31-inch Shirt Waist Percales, 8 1-3c yard.
50 pcs Figured and Stripe Piques, 15c value 8 1-3c.
1000 yds Standard Prints (dark colors) 10 yds 40c.

SW. J. & B. FORBES.
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Noc. :0A l",W-t o1. u a*traie I14room-t.It
str v I A-K:-.r '.
No. ii% wp.'t NI.'alua. 3. t.Ir'.ora-. ,
story 1

YOU. Vail IIV t'evI-i.'- fotr f' V" .a
Spring or' i%% 'tr.2


D06- C. UJatsorp
AVW ~M MAM


Rental and Insurance
AGENTS,
No. I South Palafox Street.
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Burning Scaly


HUMORS
Instantly RPlieved by
One Application of


CUTICURA
INSTANT RLIE." A!ND SI-E.IV ( I'RE THFAT-
MEXT. A warn li th wilt ('ITrntRA S>)A',
a single an,'it;,Tin with (1 r74 I ; lA Ointment.
and a full l >,o of ('rTI-I AA RE-OLVENT will
afforil initat relief, permit rest ami sleep,
and "illnt to a s.|peelvy. 1rnmanent, and ecu-
aomnial cure wihen all else fails.
told Tc.,Twhore. Priee. 'i iT 01 5: C;r.TrCrXlA
SOAP.s=C : OlNTK WT.; KX MSOLVTI.R (half ruIl.AC.
rorTa DRUo aNu Cux. Coar.. ote Pros., Boeoa.


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*3NEW ARRIVALS!(-

O U R first announcement of New Artivals of Spring
Apparel. A generous assortment, large variety
of colors and styles to select from of Ladies' Waists.
We carry all kinds; the largest assortment in the
city of well known brands. Among them the famous
" Uri/i;,n /,;aind," famous for fit, style and finish-in


fact the best fitting Waist in the land.


dealer or customer can deny.


This fact no


You may form some


idea of our offerings by a glance at our large exclusive
Shirt Waist Window, and they arc rheapcr than
heretofore by reason of our Motto: ",el: i. Ci .\' AN,
TiHiREi:' INCrI..-.i: i H'i EI'SIN-SS.

New [C n New
rLAC E8MBROIDEIES' New
Arrivals! Ll llD[ Arrivals'
Stir ('ntre Ta'ble abI 't o *:'.irg bh ne'iath ia L',o.ly -iar'. if :t!, Newc-t
T'!'.in.'- in I. ice'-s and aEi hroid ri,".
d !.;~: I I at-.d I :.-. r:ir 1 ;tt ;'i:> ;_ L :i: ; i a i n;.ert.i' ,
\.la-r. :'T:i. i Ia e a.il I'ne:a t ;o -i.z.
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* i Kl n,!i;i t:' H- l.rLin ::u : I' l ; -iX yard I, ::, ;!.-, w ,-,'t. '-. .1; ,, ;tt .'XT .


Sweeping Sale of Muslin L tlerw metir! *
Ono Lot ('hi!d'- Dr.iw r. ii,.lni I inid tl 'ke 1 -, I,.- I ,n I :. at .. .lic p i;r
Siz,"-: 3 ; 'aiid 1 11 .... ................ .. .................... ......... .. e pa ir
iOn", l. > ('hiitl'- 'riinld I)Dr:aw r- at ',-t M ark.
Sin L.:t C'iii'' Trl'I lIni *d ( )ow nt-- at ',-t .Mlark.
)iOni- Lot ('rill'- Trinillited Skirt- :it '.-t .Mark.
On)" >t Mi--,-' TritnmiA,-d <(Iiown- at (Co-t 'M..Ik.
One Lot Ladi e.' Triumiind ('lhemni-.e, worth :..-,* fr.................'20c eoacth
One Lo,,t La lii-"' 'lriitn;ed Cambric C'hliini-t, worth 7.-,' for....... -c each
,Psne Lot Odds and Ends -
In Ladies' Skirts 'and Oiwn- to Cl>-, ( Outt at ('o-t Mark iPrie".


DeFUNIAK SPRINGS.
Two il,)rs f'ii r ll P is',in c l l vi .i A. \ I. II.
Seat.of the Florida Chautauqua now in Session
Until March 27th.
,,Finest RTesort in Western Florida.~ a (
I i 'e-: Ain '. ;*** I':::. W .atNr I ;. .* ..r:,n (!ia te.
ED i 6 :. ,DA, ,Y T ,,r, IiU'A ,}UA,


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J. M. HILLIARD & CO..
C- 'agei;f, Bugg -es,- :tid )i':l r- i:.-
Carriages, Bnggies, Wagons and Drays.


-,"Repairing Attended to Promptly. =
3 EAST (ARI)EN ST. : : : : : 'ENSAC( OLA,


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N nnteomerv. arwl on tw'e.%-e ht -) na0rjtce can ifu.,*-': ;ajt n m 'to tzawr
andaD I e-O.-Yomwantt'd.


Carnations 75c per dozen.
American BeautieS $3.50 to SA.)0 per dozen,' Deivered
All Other Ro'es $1.50 to $1.75 per dozen, to you.
Fing PhonP e ::.o MISS VIOLETTE MORENO.


Schwartz,


Proprietor.


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, MARCH 19, 1900. 5


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6 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, MARCH 19, 1900


Nasal


Is ean tto etage te
,ohould bte clesnr.w.mha
Ely's Crean Balm
the dAisc&led rirm P.rI' ~.


C'rean am Mm :' ..on1!) V:' tb" ro F. rprea
1W4.A.e L3 C-Vf. 1"P 1.1q- ~L'A Irv:r:
r,!:"j orodu-'r'eczx.Lr. ~e 5 eezL :.6& :
orhr nt.;T-:&! S~zp,'():ri e'l! t~v -
ELN b~oTIUEll.'.3,tii arm :Steet. N-~W Y- k.

A CONFIDENTIAL CASE.

it Drought out an Honest Confession
About a tvicaIHogg.
"It lASS 10 It 'I.: (A) a21 ,131tTor-'f ;~

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client. 1t, -" 'Is t~I.an~d Ia.*Lng1
Lizu to otitveAdt:. I sai&
~.R- te bcr.the L. :t~inDg I ht
you can di) is to Mnake a el-nnlvlt
of the affair t-t in.'. and thjen I wl
know just v. er I stands. Whatever
you may cootioss to mwe I will trk~at as
.earedly ('oulidentirI. aud I w~ilt do my
tWst to clear YOU.
-1 dIdn~t steal Lis Log.' rolcet! o.'
tbe prisoner.
Then who-re d~d y.)u opt the r:17
cass that wa.s found iU yu~r ,.bz-
14ou' I deli.1awjoeiI
'Frul xour LF Lak p.)rc h tios~,' 1,e
our-wered wvith; a grip.
"Then I r nx'eJthat Just loptoro'
g(sin.l. away I had lvft ridersrs to havt-
mv~ ho- kill"ooI.111d I (-w'ild kpofV gzal
I t ~e' .1 1:xt to t.'i R11.1 n .

fibi ook t'.,o ar' a-% ,t it:.% o .w*
jis ;o'o vri.''t I r so*:\: '.'s re not1r1 1. 1




ELASTIC APPO!%T70ENTS.
Original Wayn~ In Whirh an M. U.
pleas.-. Ill* oinettltuents.



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SI LEGISLATIVE CANDIDATES -i
REPBLICANLEADERS. DISEASE And Deleae to the Cny onvenVIDAL &
~-KIDNE DISE SES' tion at Powelton, April 14
Following are the candidates f,,r ----
Senators Who Control Affairs at 'e m ost a dof all d the legislature and the list of dt-l. I -
Tn, o.,. TT.... -r.... easeS L-ites to the county democrat conll- -.. -7 '


DONININT )IIN HARDLbWORIKERS'.

Plan to Leftsen the N'umbe~r of Co~n-
tesotalnts Fo~r onts In floe HIousec.
A But.) Publollo (1eilo'u-A Ito.~orter's
ltesuln lce'nce.
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fo 01 ol" 10- t 411.10. oil Ii 11inan 10 plr-
fo r ii' (l o-:i-' auo~ l by th~iii '0'litoC-in
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Itb ..11:1ou 0I 0 0'i ~ 7 Fof 'o bu.o ti~
0 flt who t Ike ill) th lIo gratl ptho~7l~on




pjort f.or l". .It 1-111are the men whol
Colwai s w1 or Iix [a'r-70 Inthe eat Ihje. a.
Mro Aldr VtiebIn E' v'i'rtLc b
mo-n who !take up 111~c. whrot quetqoa
toefouloro' thi-otitestand fomshpe tFourth

Aalw,.ays Vstriothard i tseaated. inl


ced 1t.-; onItran.tooIn!.) tllou houlto byliv r-
tlned.Ii~o-1' .uti ."1rc za to! Iwhich bWill
1.-t .U.1 "- 7....i -L r ~ st eats art:-
o o.1'0.1td t. o 1004o114t1 It-)to Sprgeant
at al-u.a' f t',.. I. out-o.'for thP r*i- rn (if
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A Prolific Offlelal.


for IA-!it"111 V~ W
0 ol -t~ ..4J-i~ rfloio'1Iizo ll stibI
7, .'. 11 7111721L o looi oo I.v .l Ili-ioot.
t" r 17 1 117...;Is1101L:',0" o,:o_!1 X\r1!I
!Ip .-par-a :c v,: oh .v0 0 -.o1I-for1V


At'l :1 V~. .'t 0~ Sq'h lodlli LoIto 'L

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O. l0 .17711111th--'.es 11
0 :s. -(\o~ Io-.1 -' 100000.0il
i7: i -1-'.-o* -1 1. t)-. \070 '1*1.

tiIt 7l~. 1-07101trot,* ouro .-l


F L~yIS KIDNEY CURE Is m


=or nmony refunded.Contin
r~edies recoginid by emii-

nen phsiian a the best for
Kidney dandBladetrouble
PR= Sgt0. and SP.MO
W. A. D'ALEMBERTE.



prll'o 70:7.to)il. ftljI!.gr Z U 1 1( l -w loxil t'.le
o f *10i.O 0 f 0 1 1 7 0 1 T & % i s


It !0,-~ 1 at 1

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S, np-.-: ioon..


"Oh. ma. give me some candyy"
"Say 'if you please.' then!"
"Why, you know. mna. that it always
pleases ie:"--Inllchlnelle.
Itles for Len'.


All tfe faithful who Ia2coom-
pl10t1-(1theoir twenity-firs.t year arid
whIl- hay'-' not br-giin their soixtieth
i0'-ar. avkboi ho are not eXemnpt#-d fro. in
,Lo0 tiot)li7.Utioii of fastinig by toickno-zs
117.1 di oork tit- other wo-ll known rea-
art1-. o'i old g#od to fiuzt on1 All thoe
#11 ti-oosv (lays -but 0011.'fullll ieall j.1
Wlow't.thiich nl0blIoit be tkeIntl
CII-0o111 11100W 71 a('1110 (if cofbco. tt a
o.r thin ('loico~-latv. and a !i-mali pivcp
oof bi pad oor a craokt'r. too he taken in
!ho4 IbloriTiinz;and ini the E'vt-in_'I a,7
('-:1 iiiin.III, nt 0doITO0 l. ootil'l
buirt of :a"* ordiniary Iinfal, i- a*IhowtI.
At t~l- Ci- 11711t0011.louttor, (cl0-O-v-.
ii u. ..g.and all k uinds(oif frulit.
fis'0i ani o v#00taltt)1.1:are allowv'.d.
Wh-o'I the prinlcloipl minal (2IIlmot
,withi 17. p rave ilCncovef-'ijerlei h-
ltiko at lit lo0. it is Io0.riflIss~l" -'too
t1t-ik ool~t!,,- n iithe 1or1]i1v
It. t -71(ntt- tthe pv~ro' 0 to- -'i0o.iK '.0'
Ahitin-n~lolcfO iroimi te li-i' ooff l#-4
is-pi o.1*0(1onl all the W'dna-whiv-o
mnd Plri.Ian-oof Imot bn ~rd on ithei Sat-
Wayii of Ember NVer'k avd on Hlyod
010, I -i~ t, of lard is- allowe-d in c(ojok-


in1.
F"-h and flesh are not allowed at
t\,I tille i leal. "V il till Sultidays.
Eze:. chestt, milk and butter imay
obe u-- d every day. but ahe-tinience
froiai all of these is recommended ou
(ood Friday.
Persons exempted from the obli-
-ati-on of fa-tiug are not bound by
ttiH restriction of Ili-ing meat but
,.iict a day on the days in which tho
u-- oof miat is permitted loy dispein-
<< t i< i .
Children over seven years of ag;z'
are bound by the law of abstinence.
unie-.- excused by ict'kness or other
ctal.ts- .
The paschal time. in which till
(atlioll0Ic who have ro1n1e to the
ye ars of discretion are bound to re-
c-ive holy c'jinmmunion: worthily. 4-x-
t'tld-' froul the flr.t Sunday of Le it
till Trinity Sunday. inclusive. Chil-
.lrein ol er seven years of age are
boun I1 by th: precept of annual con-
fo--t'.1o. Pa*,to -eto tiat !1.., children comply wi:tI
:i:i duty.
T'f l' h,,ly o-as-on of I.eni i' ia tiule
,f pr.iaver. of sorrow for in,. of s-clIu-
'ioin from the world and it nitamtit-
u:,tl.t!'. and oif lenerlous aim-givig
} i a -i. civil intdult rante-d t, th."
!,1-l':.,I a t i l I':it d :. S:-ttcs for :,-i;
;t-ar-. da:ij.1Z fi -ll .M lar:h 1 -. 1- '.>
.",,rkl : petopl)t, w'w to catln as ;tlly
, lI-, rvo- thl- c'olilio l, :aw .f th-
.". lir (di.pIn'I.i- l from tio ,t).-
i!_ Otloli o f ab.tin tilC1' oil all (1days ,of
* < r et-x-'p: Fridly-. A-ho
\V, ti .>--thy. Holy Wv'akK and Chri-t-
,,t x ,'I0i, 't f r. ,i : t ;i 1o l t n ,,n1 ,l o ,h
.;. i' I ,u f i-til-,. wh-r' '-1-'i'h X-
-'-. l. ot ,), i: :1111," .* 7 t 1 .. ut'. ot
?i ., .. .-r :it t :a -^ .n 1 :;' .: l. 1:
1 ',i 1. -. towo -v r. r0 o ,t o, ly riiy i:,dl-
N ;,i, i w. rk!.'., ii 1 w o..t- favor i: i-
d,'i7. t:-d. ,oit l l t, II o 0 i) r- ,,f t .o ,
to 'i : &.! 1 t ,-l :1 r turn it i- x-
:..", ; to: il .1I.0 r, 1iri' i ,-i'7 0I 1 0-1 ,-
.v t i. It l l ilt vhi I NN I, ,1 i t ,

d- l, t. I t> iiIu t th .ir ait-:' o !;;t -
: ; .ft: i,. .I'" ':a :r,', ,I i:.l ;.ill;? i\ivi'!i.. A
:ir ,-; *:,: ; v..o,, !,y c 'i-7 ,t,; I. t.a',tt o)f
>t'-t,. Il;!. tol,'i ;.7. I'7;.t f:"!*n; '.* ;Ilm U-
i >,.:-. iIn lhon, 'r ,-f ti.o' -0tcrt- tI : !1ilr t o.f
,,nr c ivi!.o- ?av i,'r.
','.,d u*i7 t ahout their ol)II.,tio,, t,
-: or absttaii;. otut t.t to ap;ly to
.' :r -' i' i :or or .ofeo-sor for advice
EIlWAKHi P. A I..'-v'.
IBiihnn of 1\.>i!o


venltion at Powelton. April 14. n-
dorsed by the Workin'men's tI.ei,-
cratic club:
For ine Legislature.
C. Morouo Jone-.
H. C. Clopton.
I)'legates to County (Conventionn.
Precinct 12-H. H. WVi(cko. F. R.
Po-u. I. A. Credille. Win. Carmii-
chel. Tho-. G. River-.
Precinct 13-J. F. L. Quina. Ar-
thur J. hn-on. J. C. Avery, J. Whit-
ing Hargi-. .l.a. L. Sweney.
Precinct 14-Gui Eitzel. J F.
Raar-. A. E. Z-l:u-, H. G. DeSilva.
Jas. O()'lirien.
Precinct 15-Th,)-. Johnson. John
B. Jones, F. E. (.oninmyns. W A.
Duniham. H. A. Witi-,is. lirm-tf

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


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I These tiny Cnpsuls sresuperior
to alisai of cRpaibm, Sole Agents for Celebrated YELLOW LA .
C'-bebs and Injections. "
[ ey]cure:a44a8hoursthe i--other High-Grade Whiskies. ,
Lsame dise aes without any inc.n-
me im"ce tLDoBYALLDRJGGSTS PROPRIETORS OF THE OFFICE SALO?:.
... .. .....D G ALL DRUGGIST


Coffee: Coffee!:
I'e call the a(iten/rin o/
the/ general public to 'le
fact that we hare o.ne 'of
the best etqippcd i ',t.,siurs
in the South, and that we
can furnish this delicious
beverage at prices that
defy competition. We also
wish to remind you that our
Coffees are always fresh!
from the Roaster. While
others are old and have lost
their aroma, ours is fresh
and delicious.
K 'ew Orleans Grocery Co.,
JAS. M'HUGH, *
Phone 105. Proprietor.


OPERA HOUSE.


0ON E VEl1-K I


(0o)M'3IEN('IN4;

Tuesday, March 20.

1alill8 W( (diilSay, r2iay, ailrlday.r



3al wii-MI17Uiis C

Walter S. Ba'dmin Mlnager.

TIE-Si-AY NI(HIT.

DEV I L'S WE B."

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PI1 1 Yo / '<'1 AS V '


NTiihtT B. ol anmd :;). o'*.


WEEJKLHI ClIIEDUL1E
FOR STEAM DIVISION
PENBAOOLA EIUCTRIC TEIRMINAI
ItAILWAY COMPANY.
Trains leave Pensaoola for the Little
Bayon, Palmetto B ach, Warrington. Navy
Yard and Fort Barrancas at
4:*) a. mn. arrive at Fort Ilarranass 7:1; a.n;
10:*i a. m. arrive at Fort Barranca I(,.t,5 a.n
I :() p.m. arrive at Fort Barranea 1:46 p in
8:;W p. m. arriveat F'ort Barrancaw 4:1:. pm
6:15p. m. arrivenat Iort karranca 7Til pm
*b:00 p. m.arrive at Fort Barrancas 8:45Sp.m
Trains leave Fort Barrancas for Peo D-
cola at
7:W a. m. arrive at Pensacola...... :16 a. m
II : U p. m. arrive at P'enacola ...... 11 :46 p. m
2.01 p. m. arrive at Pentacola ........ 2: sh p. m
R*) 0 p in arrive at Pensacoia 7:4." p III
7:00 p. m. arrlveat Poenaeoia....... 7:45p m
*8:45 p. m. arrlve at Pensacoia......... : p. re
*saturldavo only.
In effect Dec. lIt, 1.od.
STUDAY *CHXrTIrE.
Leave Pen.acola. Lv Fort Farraneoe.
9a.m. 10 a. m.
11 a.m. 12 .
Ilp. 2.. m.
Ip m 3 p.m.
s p. m p.m.
p. m 6 p r.
5 p. m. p.m.
6p.m. Tp.m.
raF. o? oR WKKXK DATo.
Pa'rnsaco!a to Fort HarrancAanI r,"trn 4.
Ponsacole to N.ivy ard and re:rrn -fc
Pen&scola to Palmetto B-ach and return 15
FAlE Pojt ArT'wDAY
tensaoo'a to art larrance& Navy
'ard and retnrr ... 0<0
Pensaoo'a to Palmetto ]& asC '.. i
No freitht r-c. -o3 a't 4.1l o. mn


GRAND IACI tli-ION


C. lH i'tE".'.
PI':a0.e71 ".


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N ., t n' rt ..- :;;t


W .7I .01 I


First National Bal.
,


OF PENSACOLA. FLA.


WM. H KNOWLES, W. A. BLOUNT, F. (". ERZiNT. W. K. E i ;.I.,
D. 0. BRENT,





WffWe draw our own Bills of Exchange on Orrsa trta:1
Oernany, Franc's, Anstria, Italy, Hc.1land. Spain, Belginnm. 'tth-oA'
w y. Swoden. Dc-,iunark and other Earcopoojr conntrres.

AWVolriel Blabursed upon the Mo)st Favora~ble Tcrtro,-. ar i
Obligatio's TakcuiPavable aot Port of Dost1wz-.A~tcv Ton c-r Fif'o4tl..
;if t r Veouiel Arriveoa tb erg.


ZVWSafety Deposit Boxra for Rent In Counncel-sta~
with Which we have a Pf'rtntn Alpartment for'tzT.


Cold Weather
Coming. ,
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O r 7 ,1 0 *:' ,>r.10- \o, o-.-r"; 0.
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T Thompsoo. Olse 0:.



Coal and Wood.


Telephone No. 147.


It;: I 1711., :001.1 7" 70'.


THE ORIGINAL --


A. B. C.


BEER.


~ V. J. VlD~h, Sole Wholesaler.

A' I~ 10 H K113. BRAIMS1113 IE, PORTED AID DOIE3L

dPail Jnes and Uho Wriins CeIebrat~d VMAs-7
.0TRY A BOTTLE OF CELERY TODIG.
~ ~AL0 ~ PH ONEI 154. :: P. 0. BOX "-I
JUG & ]FAMILY TRADIC SOLICITED
ft~~D d to. Froo .1)#-Jiv..ry to'. iv Part "of thp C('7r.
-- OWAII ord00r. loft at Tn.- t~'o~Vidal & Mmllb* will t,#- oiir.


WING:. HOP& O1--.-


GRIND EWINERBAL['

No. 2,' 4iv -71, Kt


Chinese and Japanese Monday, April 16, 190:


*ZKFancy Goods,--*
FINE CHINA TEAS.


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GEORGIA'S FRUIT ESCAPED.
The Freeze Has Dome but Little Dam-
age Is. the State.
ATLANTA. March 17.-Reports from
The Constitution's correspondents at
Griffin, Fort Vailey, Forsyth, Newnan.
Montezuma, Americaus, arneeville, Co-
lumbus. Perry, Rome and Marietta in-
dicate that the fruit crap has not been
damaged to any extent.
Tne advices irow the peach belt are
especially e-Acouraging, and tie indica-
tions are that the crop will be the heav-
iest in year..
Advice from Chattanooga say infor-
mation sent out by the Associated Press
from this point as to the effect of the
fruit crop is misleading. Pears and
plume. it in agreed, have been greatly
damaged, if not all killed, but othei
fruit has not been seriously hurt.
Peaches have not been damaged here
very much and the berry fields are an-
injured.
One Above Z ro In Chica4o. apW
CHICAoo. March 17.-The tempera-
ture tais morning beat all records for
tis late in March since lbSi. At 2
o'clock this morning the thermometer
registered I below sero. The cold wave.
winch originated in the northwest, had
its center in this dietric. Chicago.
Milwaukee and Green Bay were the
only places where the temperature
reached zero.
Florida Not Damaged
JA. -u.\nVILLE, Fia, March 17.-The
cold wave did no damage except in the
northern part of the state where little
truck is raised. The cold only extended
a sBort distance toutu of here. Prac-
tiraily no damage was done the orange
trees or crops in the great fruit grow-
;ug ectiiua jof th' itate.
l~iy z ,:r In Ohio.
L v (m March 17. A blizzard
s:rucK :t;, ity last night, a snow storm
raged,. 1 -wed Ly a arop in tie tem-
ieratuie tuI 7 l>*,w zer, at C, a. iu. The
natural, .',L 'vres-ure :cme i weak [i.-:t it
if no1 ti,'' :i t k,- it. vtoes warm and
tiire is iu: u.'n !l--ring.
.),,lt I .-e.', I lir ,,Ik n.
: .) March i7 Ali roccrds
wer, lruk-u f, r c ,.0 ai t t. lu "al ti ureau
last nihit ..ud t:it,- ln ..i'ing. i0- tht-r-
inouneter i:ing .:ro. Tue record c,,ver
.2 Tears nud .,itquil iS BLUWiU Iuring
the month ci Marcih.
'oldofzt Marcih I '.:2l erari.
PITT-p.-' I., March 17.-The mercury
dropped to : degrees above zero about
daylight. Tins is thi client weather
-xorGenced in this section in March for
'i years.
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been tried and fire test-
ed. D'Alemberte sells
them.


NICOLA CASSA,
RESTAURANT- -OYSTERS.

Fiarts and Tobaccs,o at Low Pri.
Cizarf and Tobacco at Low Prices.


- by AN IMPORTANT SUIT FILED.
Crippled by City of Atlanta Wants Damages From
Pip'. Company.
Rheumatis.rm ..'k",k Ala&. March 17-The
JR hlim city of Atlint& has fi o t suit in the
R United States court here against tho
Tho?- wnho hlrve i hi'.1mr!It7:?m find 'Aiinniton Pipe ani Foundry company
S ;.C .: :-. ,it .', i. and the Howari H :-risn Iron con.
t) ;--.! --.i > *it pony for $30.0U0, and the case wili prob-
on',i n n -i.1-;t an' i t ;. ,'i i, ul, ably go to the supremee cc.ur before it
tini t,.!y mntlonp y tl d -.-ta v,- .-1v 3- is couciuded.
ing th.- joints to w, !1 arII "t.iff,.n. The city awlegei that a trust has been
producig t a severe achin;, fto l)>:., former' amuung the pipe men for the
S. S. S. haj ben curini. IRhe":iintnim purpose of savaucng the price of pip.
for twenty years---ven t!h \w r:.t Ceastl Ing.
which seemed almost inc :r:,l),., i It is also alleged that the city has
I been the victim of a conspiracy in re-
Capt .0. E.IVt.. t!:. p. i r rrad gard to the bids on pining. Tneo lowest
eo: t..'; r at. .ou It S'h .r: bidder has always been, it appears, the
tnit t:in' !T or ;y Anniston company, which tne city ap-
(tjr ,ti.'t ~i>ini.Al ,do ; pears to believe was a;l arranged for.
ga,.t s ..,, I% %, -San **The suit is looked un on in the na-
cular Rheuniatizia fI. r ture of a test ca-e and it Is believed it
to v..I:s. I couhl 4rt will go to the United States supreme
p.,ro manent Tr, p court. If the complaint is sustained by
scribld i'wyni b ,hpy.licaii the courts, similar suil. from other mun.
I t nflw I am as well a- I r
,',.re ,,i7Eyur. i n .. UNITED STATES IN SAMOA.
Kr~r< ,..*: y>.ur medicine "1
cir-. 4 !i-*. "and I w(olid
"!'!: R EV,,'I 1. tc a.f, ... A Ntvy Department Notiftled That We
rui'.rTnu i -La.iy anyLi,-ddliease." (;et Three Islands.
Ev'- rvhdy kn',ws that R.I'eumatism WASHIGOTON, March 17.-The navy
is a 1.* .-e- d t.ite of the blood, and department has received a report from
only n il ,o xi rmiedy is tihe o.ly pro"P r Commander Tilley of the Alabama, who
trent.:',:: t it. i t ia rmE(dy c,:itir-nin*
It..h i:i.l n li r.ury on ,at vatcn is temporarily looking after the inter.
the tro :,. eats of the United States in Tutuila.
The officer reports that satisfactory
fl with the steel pier and buildings for the
e.S .n D 0 u ThU coaling station in Pago Pago harbor.
I He has little to say touching peaceful
bi-:t. Purely (IW -tIle (I l o.l direct to conditions, but the formal notification
the v, ry c.u-, of th. d' maneint cure t ;:*, r*--n'i...t It i tht the island informing him that in the
only lhood ren.,,*y g u:ir;nt,-,d to) con- division of the Samoan group that the
taini no pota-hi. niirt.y or other dan- three adjacent smaller islands of the
geroius miner:JZl. group had fallen to the share of the
Books mailed fre, by Swift SpZciflg United States and the interests would
Company, Atlanta, Georgia. be protected and assisted.


1 nee to In'ce T nlk.
Itf : 0,ii .i\ :1ii ii l.t:i ; it w ithi n your
r k.11d Ii:. \ i1Ite>I, ill I.nt l'f:1I to atteniI .
IlrgI;:.f Th i- I'r I' ,-.:iJI l'IarI;;. r. It w ill
il.it ,1 < h i;i! tihat tIe S-ixa'.ik .rs
canlil it Iell N ',,, ytli .fii itiW.. You
,iv.: i, rn : Dl tl. Ilipe'rs arIl study louk.ls
lint t -r!.' is uo tilng (]qu:il t. i f'ace to
f:' *C l :i!1. u:i til' uliji'cts tlihat aire of in-
T i' y. ,u iin your (ililing. T'nu
t' r. r' Itithr ways that yill 'an help
t'l inititutt, to do Pgio,. Tlhrc are in
p '-ir ineivi:igh borlhiod l ii1y itmen-i -for
t ,'y vi ra i:i evtry s cti n. unflortiniate-
Iv -who x iil not take t!i' par.rs andi
will ilJ.,t stuiy thiheir calling. Try to
gtt th.-se iim i (,ut at the inistituti, and
yuii vIi\" av.;ien in lim tha desire to
l.ari' ni!' rF'.
Shortage of Range Horses.
M Wyoniuig during the past year than
ever before fur the sname period, says
ile Aruerican Stuck Farin, aind the
coiniming seasiio will witness a shortage
of thfl,se animals In not only that state.
but Colorado, Montana and Idaho.
Hundreds of ranclniiren who for ten
years ipast have paid no attention to
horses., owing to the low price obtain-
ed, art -now breeding anld Increasing
their l;orsrt lhrds. iniproving thIe stock
anil lirvi:iariiig to iear anlinials which!
m ill tini. iig t l.-u :i:,rc' prutOit :vid credit.

l-aer the I^>y i I id You Hawv Always Bc;.;:
Btature Ber y


A.t :i l ,i :i il a. :i7 :i r,. 4 i iti fr
finc'. 7i and cultivati, ti t l i.laitic'
wV i< 'il:u i ', of a inil ortlih if ('or-
dl vai I':irk. w ith i-r<,in loii- tiarii
.li t%-, -t:l,<--. Price t;iml For
; .' ;!,,i itif,,ri:tti,,i tapp ly t \,,, V It.
I>,i: l:i-- on pla C -. or J. E. DI ii --
s i, ik A F'i .. city. l;3iliil

DURHAM Cigars are
the finest 5 cent smoke
Try them at D'Alem-
berte's.


I will rep'lir your watches and
jewelry in first-class tyvle. J. 1.
Stephliens.
Buty your wife one of those
lhandsonme parlor suites
'rom Alfarston




Pl For Pea


The Well-Known,
Up-to-Date Store


E. Government Street,
TELEPHONE 261.

JOHN McDAVID,

REAL ESTATE AND BROKERAGE.
C('ITY PROPERTY. FAI{MIN(}
AND TIleMNItER LANbDS
IFOR SAl.e
Loans Piseed at Reasonable Rates.


: -I(IiFut ';i'vrIiiiient Stree(,t.


TED DZILBT I(EITUCIE B B3flRI 50E,


S. A. FRIEDMAN, Prop.

AGENTS FOR


High-Grade


Liquors.


'-~I! \'ll. T'I I -N.IICI ~i-L -,rrjwlK lEN IAltl)N SOl- I? x:i
VI IY -I N IRI v jMA N-". -: VLl':lRATfEl) (i) ,DPit VAx.
TIIWiK. 12'C.xlt- 0MA). ()III) SILK VEI'VFl. IKEN-
FI(1K Ys ERFlF: HOTIN OF' PURITY, AND)
W~ ('XILL NOT I1ER-ITA


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THE JUG TRADE IS OUR MAIN SPECIALTY.
K) !- 'AL-,.itf.,r th- l'PuIl.u ab-t Milwamuki'e IBf-r. lr'i Ti v
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TIME TABLE.

LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILtOAD.
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BETWEEN PENSACOLA AND JACKSONVILLT.


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0-PROPRIETOR OFV-o

CRONIeS SiALOON
o--DEALER IN-o

Imported and Domestic Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
JUG TRADE A SPECIALTY.
Corner Belmont and Devilliere Sta. PENAACOLA. FLA



McMillan Bros. Co.


Coppersmiths,

General Metal Workers.

Manufactnrers of ani Hadqprters for tfi

Celebrated McMillan Seamless Turpentine Still,
CI it Of aMys N M ai r d i Ii hthicoor.

MOBILE, ALA.


Place For Pensacola
Buyers to Buy


Choice Family LLT


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Telephone No. 46.


.--BEERS, ETC.,--::

IN W03 INO GLASS, LARGE OR SMALL 9'JANITITE.


SOLE ANITS FOR


I'F'N N 11A Ni1) 1?Y E'NVIlt Tr4K Y.
i',ii( )()K IfIi I'll SM It MASH.

ATLANT'A lBRFWINO i ('OMANY S
CE E I-[C' h. I ATE 1) B EE RF-: fI -- I '.% .B huhri.


H. H. WLICKE.


Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter,

No. b South Palafox Street.
All Kind. o. P!umbing aud as Fittinzg Matria'- K.;%' in Hand


TCtjF2PRCOV 9-72-


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SOMETHING NEW

*-.EVERY DAY,:-
0 --T*N- --,,

HALL & KLEIN'S


Mammoth Retail Grocery,

502-504 SOUTH PALArOX ST-,
*ZTololoihOn a0O.

rff 'Patron-. Ne'w ;ih Ol tr th-ir in i:w,.-,. "t,,ck.


A. M. AVERY,
jasewpwr l 4o4 0 Weo4JiW.)
IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF


IGJUlUUU I1UL1 QUI1 IVWLQUI QUI TULr Eardv rare

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

looms far Sent by the Day, leek or Month. ( Agate and Tinware and Housef rnilhing Goods.
311, 312 North Tarratona Street, Opposite Union Dopot. Guns, Pistols and Fibilng Tackle.
O-Teiephone 68.--0 AGENT for Birmingham Rolling Mills Company, Revere Glanl
S-.-*GEO. WILSON & C .,.--- Stitched Belting, Northampton Emery Wheel Company, Laftin Rand
S-o. W I Powder Company, Johnson's Kalsomine, Iron Klag and Buck's Mtoves
Dont Forget to top With the at Man. and Ranges, Wm. Coups A Co.'. Raw Hide Laoe Leather, MamNry's Ready
-_. FRESH VEGETABLES RIlEIVl DiILl. HOLEULE All RETAIL. Made Railroad olor,.


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Pensacola. Florida.


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-O- --*.THE CHOICEST AND MOST POPULAR RANOD CF-:-

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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, MARCH 19, 1900.


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L6.&T WEKK'S EXPORTS.

F' rpig rhtPmeuts Were Valued a
$331 9TO
The recurds at the custom hou'e
r-how that during la-t week our
Pteamshl:pa of a total tounage of
O.N41 arrived from foreign ports and
*ix ptebmsh .pi and eight sail
vessels of a total tonnage of 15.507
cleared for foteign port.
The -tiipmemtta of the week to for-
eign ports were valued at $331.97t.
a id were dititrlbutedt as follow-:
I iverpo(Al 4l.'I
Hamburg
AH I-Iran HsI1 : a'< a i lli* ..'..4
lKtord t c l .I :t2
l.ube-ek
Mo* "It. ll,, "
Caernarvin .
f-t. V.-ri-
Total .. T,


1The Itt-tnr' of extiort were:
T1 twbr and lunitber.
V ieu r, I rot i rI ,ie. ,
4 *mk lU~t. r. *1b
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Cottn. bu-ital-
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Dr. BulIlIs Cough Syrup 13 tlhe remedy on
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To thei laen1iiecriti2 V4t'.r'-
For thet- m form.4:iton 4 f ti ho-v %hao
are in doubt. I toeg to qluot1e froaud
comnmunicaition of lion. J oh at D.
Cody, cbeirwan board ecvutvt coni-
iniptiionte-rs. He say --.:
"Iteplying to sour ei~quirv of ro-
cent dyste. %ill estate that t he !-.#ai1d
di-atrict i-t conmpriced of prv--zuCt-!
Nos. 12. 13, 14 and 15. kiiowu as city
precitict. slnd previnet No. -,. cou.-
inotily ktiown w- Kupfriatll-.-
I d-etre- to jh.le al~il to th*- atL'ia-
tiou of the voter.; that uzvdt-r h-I'.lAw
a't113' a-uclt citizens' a.;hav#-.-be#nt--i(tiiti.
ifie-d by ro-gi-tt-ieritnj d pt;i., hg too-r
poll1 tax for ite yoe:tr- l'.i- slad Is.tflI
before April 1-t Wi!I)--i"aillowed to
llarticiii~tte lt ithe 1-rinilarite-Apiut itIi
atid a- thil- tci ax t.t a he paid ill OAte
]oti~i-u1.at11ain .i I -e'uldepc
Itilivtand a-k my
it-ll, idvt-n'-t-ill-ur

lIa d-- th1- t i4' ta.A Iffii, .1( *

ktt''aai thI ta I' 1I- "o .4- &IV te a'

l-'r; t- ix 1- i4' 1, i tt 1kil 1 -

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itH aK -: "M 4-1 V6lIe h- la.1-ttl
f-t ite,4- V k,thtt t -ie
could -t 'turn tira -,r r ti 1- (da!oate.
A:a-u-i tgt -tit!.-, 4if FI, l'tric

tatd alele 1- doel1-1 twtj w''rk. 'I I-s

Juicki cure !Aav-rvitt-tA",o..le:e-.
4t-li-c.u-it, ttfllclio-ly. ttc .,,iahe-. back-
.ah.fauint lw: .Izad I zz v-ell'. Ti
mrleworkito it mdia-ill'.-aa a1
t-*--Ikd tai wea.ik.- ick: -e, rima -w i1-i
j'lo. Evi rv yb~a tlo- Ona artee. )ly
Fvtj ca-ut-. Sailal toy W. A. DAlea-m
bt-rte, I ruijrgi It
M. It. 1.
The reg-taul sr '-f,-enit Iv wo-t-
ing Of thle Younliz ar% ~~u.=
League will be Iteld Tuve-dav ucitf-
tjig.M(arch .i. at s o'-lock.
Weather Utindl~i ini.
There it; a statrm central Att Iuke
Superior. with a hatrtitnter dtpres--
f-iou. which j- c(L-,1dortabl-. trstatizr
tiouthward to the middle tu'f coast.
and an arex o a.if xgtth c~ta.. 'oilor
and clear wtvat er a idvait-xing frttin
the we-t.
These eomiiI' i i. -i Itaye t--t 14
tttunder,-torm- ktd~ir: .. tilo p't-L12
hours iilWe-aterni ard.I.tIitut
Allabama.t. si-pi.aulWse
r.nui-a, el-tee. ta1tij 0,dI- tat 1't-1 i--
ian .and N~orth Dak..t'i.
Prectptttt iviqllwits wt-l ~ a t .d
e~j(c4Plt irt, !tu,- mit411 w '-kt. -~tiLr

ol -tUCi citin 1t t tdti J!t 1 i iT,t'I.,' I
Mi1144d'i v- l-adran.1 --
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MARITIME

AiRRlV9l) ATQURNIE
Nor bk Loulie. 10:5S Lorentsen. London, to
l'.ntscols Lu~nber 1 o
ARK! VRI).
Nor b~k Sizril. Z4 Hauan. Preston, to Pat-
tersoni. Downing & Co
Br bch S:Prra. 134, salrag.L. Havana. to
John A Merriut
Nor hk .t otiot-dia. ''. alvt-r'.on, Ant-
werp. tn orler
Nor bk (jl'nt.. Lar.-t', FYI'twood. to
orde-r
Noar hk India. '7-.'.J~.- Funchal. to
Gjulf Nat-ai '-tor-b i4..
Nor b thi ::..rOft- t.:t..Lo,-iison.
loueri aaid b .N-r-, .,) ord. :- sId t~y order for


Ani1 sci R 1- *--h .II.Wi' -La .4-V. Mont. rv ., ty
M 1 4 1 (-f or Ma; i t za %. '40 1 t 4 f t U I I
bor. raluerS atit $rP
Nor s Ifr tW'~il'--a .- 141HUSsa.
Dunwodly d&Co for Ghenst % itt i ,, .37.e.NSmft
lumbtiberu. ~ltied at $14 i-
KPAD 6!- Ai icia, Ruiz. addict oual tCfjrj:t for
Liverprool. zi I .41h ()ts it ton, lain
wood iimindle-., :.. ft xum lIflLibter, vaut( Ii
at t'?.
Brs- At-yde.t'ns m .,:e,, additional car 0
for~ V ,c.7 r ciot oaII, -; to..'
Phiosphuste roc... '.iu"ei at $14.12:;


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IL i'u.- FVu,2I;. ::17*. araro-Ita, it# order
t-ut-I'l ilt~r~fti ~.i~utra.to ordt-r
_Nu(or I- 'ltemir. *ci-l. A idtvi.to tolder
Nor I- : M.i *74 -. anode-,'to order
Nor HlwSho. !'_'4. YNeI-rn to W bK4AV4ur &
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It Itft~ia. %o;. F. '.dpit. I I.t. o I Torn.
It L.ullga k'. #V.. t'atrn-a. to W 15Ka-yt,,r &
Co
.Nor Mvrzotpnre. 117), Johnscon. to B~arp.
Dutiwo~ty t'r Co
Nor Norm. l'A~t. Wikhm~e:"o to Pensacola
L u tu ber Cto
\uir Norway. PC, Henriksen. to W M ey
ser & Cov
.Nor t ocean. 57,Thom-"n't. to order
Ntor P'erfect. 6%3, ILarit-ti. to W S Keysor
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Nor Rotwrt t'crafton 'hJ zt -ifor
Rcoomriau
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"i %u -14h tt'.e winrll Aere happy?
Tmr,.enhk-mtr dew tiY u"v
Jut z., 6aster seeds of kinr.,2nes
A% 'i % u'&.d COW. tthe 'as,'.
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OVER THE OCEAN.

Paris objects to bullfights. Revolutions
are quite as exciting and not nearly so
dangerous.-St. Paul Globe.
General Kitchener has a reterd as a
man who will not stand any nonsense.
As Oum Paul has something of a record
in that way. the clash will be a severe
one.-Washington Star.
]tumors about a ipo.sible .confli-t be-
tween Japani and lRussia are becoming
nuinmerots eutouihli to cause anxiety. Peo)-
ple have learned in recevnt years that war
can happenU.--Indianapolis New s.
Great Biltain is rather late in prpo;s-
ing to dtumoi'ratize her army. but better
late than n,-v'e. Them,'s vast room for
ri-form whore no young man can enter
tl.< rivanslry uLniess'- his father can give
Iim $2,.30 a y-ar.-Boston IHerald.

THE HOME DOCTOR.

T.;:t:i nitil liver complaints are certainly
b n,-fit(t :i;'tl ,,ft(.-n c-red liy a free con-
si 't 1.:i,: of tnioins. either raw or cooked.
Th hluittii.il us-e if tea as a means of
relit'vinig hltailach. i'-. says a doctor, with-
ouu di)ilt ian efiiivnt cause of rheuma-
tlill ih n in Itt-rous *ma:'S.
( juwe4. 'ol4l (coeotn, cheoClate creamni or c lhi
honillnti is t. t o.::!y tm:eat as well ag
drii.k. but i< even ttiore cooling than ices.
Hianldsomiiie Iligries.
If you have noi t yet inspected thit
file lot of new litigies--riizht fruoili
thle factory, at factory pr-r---'_
titl -e thelt-i at once, at J. 31. Hi'-
liird & Cou'.
A'ttend enitt rt-iiinment at ('luttfr's
Hall Mond:ay-Albal Haywood Co.
B-' (*l) -.lt, a'nili'od ;ind h-n-ftitted.
,0 ?43T1nn titie lt'alp cliarity fund idf
Elks.


SP0 14L NOTICES.


OHEN,


FRIDMA i& go's


S CURTAIN RAISERS.

Minnie Seligman has signed a contract
to play in the Keith houses exclusively
for some time to come. She is in New
York now.
Grace Van Benthuysen. daughter of
the managing editor of the New York
World. will make her debut on the stage
in ('lhi,-ago next month.
lliji: Fr':-nandtz, .. J(. Saville and
Frank ll;iItth are eniebers oif the "Coun-
t" 'hiffon" *coinplny. which opened in
N- w NYork -'iiii ti i. Frank lDaniels will devote next season
t., tht Pacific 'coait stand thi territory out
t.ait waiy. aid will no't lie back cast,
wlhre hI- is now. f r t wo years.
1.in.t. tt C('orriga i. wiho sie('c . ..; : in tit ar in "l n-the tiir."
hil- i',i>nt' ,, w ll thint hL. h:l-i le'ri n n-
g.-l to pilny it fior twgo y.va- ahca l.
ltich: rl Ilardinn ; I Davi.' dil rnntizati,,n
of nin lliiilner"' lis; tt- en ia pr,.luti'iin b.y RoIllrt Hilliard. Three
a ts '.1 h- re':ii'il it t.ll t t he storit-s.
'-.,'r" e'k 've l'ir (f -nioe iew plan
4f \- ;"y i".;itj '!i;li's. The last report
i- tt. -!' io t, r tho*e itl.- role in
the fw.ir i-' ')tg n-l,,' drama, "The Angel .
,if l A. :!,'.v ."
Ti' I *rn;r.i,"' M ir; r s!\ys in a lInte is-
,":i.. n n a ,' I t em alo be
<151 :h th,' t n,:g:iem-.r:rnt is derivi:ng a
.-l:;ar. .f lth p:. !i: .f the trallio.

CHURCH COLLECTIONS.

T'I!. Il'-v. Dr. WashIt::ton GAtildecu of
S'>lil;n:l'l!S. 40.. hias o!l!.";t 4l o., l,eeoi t '
a i.i: ',':" of ;"t. 'ivy c.' il of that lli-hli I.' '* t, ', l .l** ,.,',.Ip !? 'of M as-
.t, h :- i- ,r, f thi- w.r.tthiis.t clergy-


R'l \. S.an.M:-.,il A. 'Diot, tht secre-
tarty ,I .:: A:. .* :ri vi I'nitaiai a .n a-
ti.,:i.. i ,,.,- ;i:,,il t.> il '.c rt the lliahi-d
rr, .n 1 .:..- :i '< t'oith er t:.: .... ,.i[:.,..; f > t" hll' ,S,1 lh C -.' i y o'gatio1ii.l
.lr;:.. f l'. -', i. .inld tit will r mniain i:1
his > .: t ; ., -ii ,' .
D, v. Ir. .M:i.:,.n.7ie. a prolniteent Pros-
lbyt,.i-i oiiii] T ui'h a haire ila San
lI.ratiisco an 1 prof'ssir at San Anselimo
.taniiry. is said to b< the richest clergy-
man In California. lie made his fortune
bimnis.lf in oirango farming while attend-
ing to his clerical and educational duties.


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.




K, Our Stock is Immense!






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















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Carpets,lMattings, Curtains, Window
ShadIn Men's, Ladies' and Misses' Footwear
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Fior the next; ) days A. .1 '
kin%, will order ortautl,,'.i A "
fl')cingf at such low pric.- ," *
,surprise everybody. Y-.u i n.
any kind, froni 2 feet to 4 f r
Or you can wet the t,.t a;l c.. ;-
iron fencirn fcif all kirn 'k \
y'1 (e.Vti r fiteirnw f ,i"nv ki:.' !
leave your ord.-r at Win Jo' -
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1'! nlnm.

Don't buy anything
furniture or house fiurn
inrs until you htie e
.tAfrston 64 Finch'v s,,
Their prices are louw': ,
stock is complete, an/l ',
will sell iou what you ,r
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Uniform Title: Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: March 19, 1900
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DAILY


NEWS.


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 19, 1900.


VOL. 30.


NO. 38.


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


;A\N G TO


ATTACK PRETORIA


Tiiat Lo.d Roberts
Miirch to Bcer Capital.



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.t ht- i4arted r-ather frtuini Four-
:i trfCw, 14or hIvrksdorp and
U a d c' atidel probA'A)y with an
*;JiV i i d d IABI'ot-fozateiU aazl1
\Atal
S~e.twe t-f rivilediireecontitue toi
:, ark th.- aneettit'g- lit-Id by advo-
.*--of peoae. It as almost impos-
Ifor the peace meun to hold a
tetien at asny towil in Encland.
111V proj*eted inoptiugs bave beva
,,iidn- by advice of the police.
*:;,ur;,h .tudt-nli4w(ou!dh a v 4-.
I a i sgreaker at the city holl had
I..- Pkolice rtzecu(,J hiWu just ill


con~sierazbe eeittement at the t.me.
Tne e*otiiong occurred at the hoae of
Mrs. Msry S arpe. the mother of
Sharpe's wi'e. atiout 5 niiea from Li.
tuonia. in te h-art of Ar-.bta district,
a wiii. d-wwrted pace ln s fLils of
DL)eKu b county.
On thi day of the afternoon of the
fifth ,f that month Sharp) ha.i been to
this hoos and asked tnai hli wife go
home. nae did not, ho.veier, and on
the morning of the crime he went to
the place for her. taking with tum his
gun. There he calitd his wife. and
when she started with him, followed by
her old moi'.er. he shot both womeu.
ki.lng his wife.
K'llr-4 by 1lt So-.I-i.Lw.
COT.tLMUL', I. C.. March 17 -News
has reached here that Thomas Ileynolds,
a farmer hyliving near \Vili tmston. bas
been ki:.ed by hLs %-n in-law, Jesse
MoIore. I" *' n that e erno ,i became
otoxt' "te4 and threateuued the murder
uf his housenol.i. I:.a f:e bent for
Moorp. who l:ved some 'e-i *:,.',* om
the Guyn.;ls nosie. When ..,;re
ciaim and attempted to pacity his
fatherin-law the latter attacked him
wi:h a shotgun and unife. Moore
wrenched the gun away and crushed
Reayndl' dsskull with the stock.

Bryan *a Campaign linues.
WICHItTA. Kan., March 17.-W. J.
Bryan. who passed through Wichita
last night on hua way to Nebraska, said
that the preference of issues in the
coming campaign would be industriaL
Omamercial travelers would, he said
emaphaslethe ssue.many would dties
the ARacIal bill ad ites ffeot ngee.n.
backs, while thousand of Republioans
would denounoe imperiUlim.


THE RESIGNATION


OF GEN. WHEELER

Urged Not to Press Immediate

Consideration of It.

MAY GO ON RETIRED LIST

President 31ay lRecominanont Special
Legislation lu His Urbalf-:'riendsl
of the (General liotereated-Fear He
May Arouse Anitagoinism.
WAS1!INOTOs, March 17.-It is evi-
dent that an effort is boing made to in-
duce General Wheeler to withdraw his
request for immediate action upon his
resignation. It is intimate.d that this
effort is attributed solely to an interest
in the perscual welfare of the general.
In this connection it u recalled that the
president has had it in his mind to ask
congress for special legislation empow-
ering him to to keep General Woeeler,
General Lea and o:her brigadier gen-
erals on tbe rolls with the rank of brig.
adier general in the regular army.
Those interested In this movement
feel that by immediate resigasutea and
the promeoaton of hi present dtermi-
mation General Wheeler will areus an-
, tagoatem which may make is difioult
or impossible thereafter to secus frol
the house the legislation needful to e-
cure his retirement.


Don't nelpet to attend the "Alba- THE DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY.
Haywood" lintertain.ment at Clut- Demecratte Kx eusiveCemmlttee Dr.
ter's Hall Monday evening. Secure eldee to iHold Ia ay 15.
seats at ('lutter's. You will be-
pltwid and amused.and at the same ATLANTA. March 17.-As a result of
titan true charity will be as-si-ted. the meeting of the Democratic exees-
B. P. 0. Elks' charity fund. tive committee held here there will be


but one primary and one convention in
Stritively d pclat r .ys the fa'ei- hl"aning pt.-'iwvly devljAre,. the s'ae'#-
untrue that (,rnany antd CHArI.IrT. N. C., March 17.-At- primary election will be hell Tuesday.
I'iite 4 ttate- will con- tachmeans nave been taken out against May 15, and the state convention Thurs
Sflorts t.o fleet pe tc, the -union Copper Mine company and day. Jcue 14.
*attop between Engl ui.d ad Gold Hill Minin co n u of Rowan The resolutions adopted by the com-
-uth African e '.tihlic-. TeJi old Hll N aC. oomr uy of Rowa mittee provide that qualified white
f.ice- r on-ider- Lord Sali- uny. N. C. or u p:es urnashed. Democratic voters shall vote in the pri.
rely t, ti" p ace tel -Severa employes of te omies were in mary for state ofRicers. and that dele-
Sre.i i:ts. K' *; and t : y" dS a!isurv yesterday look g after claims gates to the state convention shall be
,.wlr t ..i powe, *!._it trese compAnies ar as uch A two selected from the supporters of the suc-
T r t it.:-trveae. LLiout.s bmaind in pay rois, and owe cent oandidts in the prima sha.
a *.. 'I,,ura dz,- it.i-rv-, t cit,"s amuun tU pby r a It is provided further that voters hall
S,;,*. .[T.wn di-|,at ..: : ], ;1 1 ebbs ulur ng to ab,)ut 4 0,00.
i -, t tin tcrre-l ..1ii..'e-' ..f - Indicate their choice for judge, solio-
S:' :.. I' iii:.,. r 1. U*raitl Fr.-y tj pak. itor grweral and United States senator
.r :irillerv w) w T M n where uch officers are to be chosen.
Sike, rwi, t CH!IATTA,1O(It, Mar-h 17.-General in the May primary.
*- a :"' A is le'e- r.n-ii ,1 Peter Tracy of Mompha i has been as- The Popufiots are cordially invited to
.* -a-,:,r'" camlp to a tl.':.-- sigued a piac, on the Uryan banquet coinome ck tn the following significant
pruorA.m for Monday night. He will parasrap:i of the resolution:
1 -:;,': frri Alaw.ii Nr-,i res;,oud to the toast "*Jeffersonian "*to s further ordered, that all white
.iiia,.:.,i tnt (,ivier h.fi '- D'umocracy Stidl Survives." Hon. Pryor votcr, wthoat regard to past political
S .,wiard Kr.int-'ldt H,- H aiker was aiso assigned to the toast affi :i;t.ocs. who desire to all:gn them.
.r d ,iltte 'ooi at Fcuc.- "Au Est lTennest.- Dt-mocrat Who .eirv." with thi Democratic party and
u;n -th inhatitai:t- .;- lieu lie Reaches Heaven Deserves a o w 1. if their right to participate in
r.:.,l Ir,- h*abttf.r ;-i-i- li ni P ace. o s:ud prim'try be chtiienged. pledge
a i. a,.na:t. 1 w:. -- tacn *'ves to .nprort the nominees of
S'.,. ,-. ( '::i-itine-i ', utrt. ine Dt ca -r .io prty, are hereby de-
clared entitled to vote therein and are
.t t' I i criminal *'..ui t ri.t ild t "i f- cordially inv:el i to do so."
tern ',it Alon ',.o Dan. 1-. .-a ivit(?,t; --. ..
r iblrvy. wa -.,' :t,-ntlcd ) te' THE N:CARAGUAN CANAL.
:- '... *.,pet-, ('-i Ai '-" ..r-- ii the- pet' rnt ary. .Mar-h
M,'anle .l E r ic., .li EIlli t wi -en;iencitd lt:'erry to luv.stgate Di)iapute Between
i \ EN. March 1. -TaIlk. to live year. I i, h-nitantiary. (overm'.eant ad 31atirime Co.
Nde authiritiesindic: the, court after hearinzartirumntt
-t auth.rit ie id:' -rr, overruld t :tn for a W HXTON, March 17. United
g *r roundss for the s.niallpox new tri.il in the ca-, of W. H. Trim- States Miu:ster Merry. by direction of
w. were greatly e-xagerated. The" tinr, convicted of selling lt 4 Hailye at Middletown i- now out t entde. Ccsta Ri-a to Managua. the capital of
i. Neal McG(ee, a n:ro wan. Nicaragua. His mison is noas has
..nvedeatnt-atlea iand Dr. Potter. who had expresteAl her int-nition of
*.ndiuir pitypician of the e s pleading guilty of selliniir n,rt;ag(ld teeu surmised. vonneoted with the Mre
.\ 1 treit also pronounces tlat property. refused to do -so whTli ar- urted lssue between Nicaragaa and
Pre-ident Hadley told tt, rained, and a special jury having Cota Rios, bu* relates toonaal matters.
*. it- this inoriing at the chapel been osuinloned and inmi:n.eilled,she Up to tate ume there has been no sat-
,': :, community was unduly ex- was found truilty and sentenced to isfactory outcome of the oomtroversy
Sttt re-conmennd-d that they be ont year in the penitonti itr. between ute company and NXiaraguas
.ted. Regular exercio-s, at Tlhi niornini CutintIv So'icitor regarding !ie company's conoessions.
!,v,-r-ity will notbesuspend- d. Parkliil tiled an infoiinaiion agait Tr.u gove.rnamen cLatus that tcieosoeo.
W. A. ) Aleimb.rte for sel in' seedr oM tan *i sexplrel by tai are ot the Mar.
D. Bill's Cough Syrup is note common not labeled according to th- new ittime oompauy so pererm the amcant
',',iuh nallxtur". It ist a n.arvl,- -~edi law, and the could t adjourned to of work reqitred ky the coucesitoo.
.. a pfi at tns ttu:lt)naome .t Ten oom nny contends -oat there has
S ad,. thrust, ctnet or lungs. been me auavdtlab.e delay In the prose.
-.... "" ,. outioa o f he work and appealedfor a
C---tton Qutlatision.< deostoo by s an arbitration tbe tiepoint.
I HI- KENIUCKY MUDDLF. N'NEw YORK. March 19 -Cotton nuder a ctaune in the original cno- ,
i quoted to-day as follows: March,. s to. povedthg that means for settling
Sai1t moitaton it Arrested Men Pm4-,. 9.43; 4pril and May. 9.42: June and disputes. NeXz there was a W uarrel be-
lponed till Thuarsuda. July. 9 45; August .'.34; .eopt-inber, sween theconpanyand the liNaraga n
:-r t Ky. ar 19.- 8.33. government over the national arbitra.
-VI y.,. a... ..- -9 tore and laally matters have become so
P Powers, Hazsellip and Cultou We have saved many doctor bills compliosted that Mr. Merry has been
w: have their -xaniination to- -;inc- we began using Chamiaberlain'., ordered to Managua to make a personal
p: ,romined by Judge Moore. (' S. theriaoners- we-re arraigned k*e- pa h.ttle op-n all the tit:e and project the interests of the Mar.:tme
-... .i f. .%a ht- te.n#-v.-r anr i of ti v fanmilv or anm- OOmpsay.


"'rut'l ,linl a (l d 'or a con nII -
:::.t! "'Ihurs-i iy on the ground
S... witln,-. cannot be prve-
S.'.i them.
* .-pul.i.an,-to-day start-d a
2 ai..ati0on to d.fttid by al!
.l-i nrld force if u ae-ary.
-,.< it putlhlicahti- and all i l-
':,i arr-9sted bIy the (Got bel-
S:;.i+k, :man ,,ath i pledging
I" ; a ti !ve-- t'lec:t -lt'.
,ii,'. [ t-ttertainai t .' it
1 ( i :: r', H1 .,l0 ;t, .tt.,
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"- bHARPF IS GUILTY.
S- a1r-r l.hs It-ell ea clle'-d
,, 1 o.,x Aperil 9.
M i. Mirch :7.-Hiram
ru:.i.w sho: ate detente-
,,: i)->:uber. haa bens fouad
:. rder .n he flst degree and
iang on ApriA. .
-. .t narpe consumed the
'* -eerd.tv a.1 the case was
t I ur, y at .'I:o last n.;h.
Si.e no ver,. 't at 10 O'c.ock
-L It o t:!t botrel far the
;- ot)rcagh: in a verdict this
,r ::*" was c3)-zat!td on the
-' .f D .c. ti. last. and created


-ilf hIgin to catch cold ww h,,itzn to,
u,,- tile tough Remedy, aid as a re
-tult we never have to !etdtl away foi
i doctor and incur a iatrgo dotor
. hill. fIr ('hami berlaat's- C('oun !i iiin-
,'.y- never failk to cure. It i- ce r-
taiinly a me dicip< of *r.at ow rit adi
w.-,th.--D. M tIFARK I :. t.-u-ral
Merchant and Fai'rti-.r. Mattiu. H d-
fo':d county. Pa. F -"r -al. by H an-
aL!.2 l 1r-... 21 Soutia Pala..-x tre t.


Ag..d I cRlmse- LI)-1..
CA;:::oLLT<.,GL. ., Msr-h I1 -23r.
Jeft Kinney. living in tha n.rtnastern
part ot tUa. county. stmnue 1. miles from
nr-s. nba hteen folud dead in his houne.
11e wag a little over WbO years o.d. has
never imaTsed. but hait accumu.ated an
esitte of from eOO.'J)J to$015.0.,. which,
on acout o! hiS set'u.aedi i e aad c:.-
innneai ot d ea.ing with peoi,-, noiocdy
can ccret :lv we*Ati:e.
Lafdes la I'oltte .
RALionH. March 17.-A number of
ladies here. wives of iaeding Democrats,
today made anew departure by forming
an aesociation to work actively to raise
funds to olrelate Democratic liters
ture duesig the coming campaign prior
to6e Asgut *e)otao&. It is decided
to Ise the candles chain system and ask
for 25 oent riWlutiwa. S .


('ommintte on Trulss.
WASHImN(OV. March 17.-Chairman
Rav uf the house committee on judi-
ciary bha appointed She following special
committee on trusts: Moese.. Ray,
New York; Jenkins. Wisqonsin; Over.
street, Indiama, sad Lttle~fild. Maine.
Republicans; Tetry. Arka ass; Lan-
ham. Texas and Elhott, South Osro-
nma, Democrate. This special commit
tee will cni.-ier a' bills and resolu-
tions relating to trust.

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Clesuiniiflladies kirts and waistz
i- orne of ovr pecialtiet.. Star Lauri.
C!ry.


PUBLICITY IN


THE SENATE,


Growing Tendency to Do Away


With Secret Sessions.


A (AUSE OF POPULAR DISTRUST.

Many Older Members Prefer Open
Discussion of All Questions Two
Reformers In This Matter-Dr. Mary
Walker and the New Members.
WSaI'.,;roN. Marc' 1' --[SI. lial. ]--
Thern- i.-; a ~;iro\Wing tendliny ill the
I'uited o tatt-. St nate toward piliblicity
t)ncetriing I:maitters of an eX cX' utive ni-
ltre. It was but n few years agio that
in (vetry case which canCl under the
head of .x -eutlve business of the seln-
ate andl which was cn olid-red in se-
cret se-ssiMo there was a great deal of
secr'cy uaiutaind in ti'rin, if not iln
actuality. All thlis is qluiti difi( rent
now. A notable instance of tliih was
thC' publication imun amendment to the l[lay-l'aunceofote
treaty, together with the report in fa-
vor of the Adoption of that treaty. A
year ago the vote ratifying the peace
treaty of Paris was also immediately
made pOblic. Nothing of this kind
would have been possible a few years
ago. It Is not known whether this ls
due to the fact that the pubikcation of
executive business after each session
Is certain or that the senate has come
to the coocluslon that It is much bet-
ter to take the people into their confi-
dence rather than to attempt to keep
things secret. I know that a* great
many senators feel that the distrust of
the seuateoriginates in nmauy cases
simply because the people have an idea
that many unpopular :ts are covered
uip in n.:<'utlve seyiou.
Want Open Sesslons.
Many senators wuuld prefer to have
oitp1 ses loItln n,; i 'ory .question. Sonme
of the," .nw senators when they first
,'*.>;i.' her', alto lt-li*eve that open ses-
sions would be est. lut as a general
th-i: the-y ,hange their milvds before
they lhave, tien very long members of
t!h lIody It is understood that It
would not he Just the thing to have
opz" ~s "sions In some cates, especially
in thi' matter of comilnatio!'*. 4 the,
ciar3"o-r of ap-:esideniial ai)sinte',is
in ,it;ii s liecuiissed rather freely.
Then. gu:it1n. there may be times when
:niut -,'( of vait importance' affecting
f<.i-,i'. inatliont atre consideredd in ex-


U TO iI. V t %%hr'~o tdii rnot know

t,~ the 1, 11. When he c~am~e to
a*lit *w;! Ie f antid that it provided
'la **w!:.r, tl.oU nit~il Statt-s hail
J~~~~r srsii' o ti balIihe utao Pet~i~
t :tun;. I e~t :inijprisNiiaent for life shlall
1". sutbst A tune.17 'hli Awasmors titan
h,, had 1,2aIzcjail .1for, andi aftor think


VICTORIA WEARING


SPRIG OF SHAMROCK

Celebration of St. Patrick's


: ov:r l'll swilp b he truck out Day In London.
the wordliui of )Dr. M ary Walker and

iiiniti:n t. rit wi.'in :in t. 'rrtoy rPital FIRST TIME BY LOYALISTS
troll .l v1, tht1 I fitt l PStat.k i helreby
for-ver :iaboli h,'i. provided that til,, Criticism of the Uniter States-M-W*
a(t. slIall flt applyy t3j f'tirile (0docors Klnley's Untimely Offer of Medta.
who wear ioal. :itTIr."
AnTI!UR Wa. DITNN. tlon-Diplomatic Language Veiled
Inwaird Irritation.
TO ADOPT SHELDON'S POLICY
- LOaI)O, March 17.-Shbamrock day
Owuer Topteka Capital Couiat mp.ates promises to vie with primrose day in
Important Chaines. tne hearts of the people, judging from
TOPFKA, March 17.-As a result of the oethusiaasm with whicn, for the
1Rev. Charles M. Sheldon's experiment first time in the history of the nation.
this week, in conducting the Topeka loyalists all over the Uuited Kingdom
Capital as a Christian newspaper, there are celebrating and everywhere the
is almost certa:u to be a marked change green is conspicuous. From Windsor
in the permanent policy and style of the castle, where the queen observed the
publicatioU. To t0 e correspondent of day by wearing a sprig of genuine
the Assotateod Press, F. U. Popvnoe, 4-leavid shamrock to the east end of
prinn:p.l owner of tue piper, said: the slums of London, where the ragged
VWtien we turned The Cartual over urchin glories in his morsel of green
to Mr. Sheluon we ftlly expected to re- weed, nearly every one sports some-
store the old form, line for line and let- thing in the *hape of a green flag.
str for letter, but after coBnsderlng she By the queen's order the bails in the
matter during the week, we have de- A.r tw towerot Windsorngatlo honored
eided that some changes cao be made St. Parick this morning. Irtsh airs
whioh will be advantageous. The played by the grenadiers enlivened
change to be made will definitely be Shings and on London's mansia those
decided upon at a meeting of the own- floats an w loyal Irish o withshe
crowned harp in the center of a greens
Sofeld, as distinguished from the Irtsh
flag which bears the harp without she
union er crown.
The supply of genuine shamrock was
so scarce that a half dozen leaves sold
readily for half a crown. The anotent
Ioeremony of "trooping the colors" was
4, especia!!r picturesque. It was per-
formed in the presence of the lord Ihu-
tenant of Ireland, Earl Cadogan, the
/ l duke of Connaught, commander-ia-chief
of the forces in Ireland, and a brilliant
assemblage. All the troops works the
shamrock.
That ( ff r a Mrinat ion.


Whatevar is said. between the lines
of the poiitely worded editorial com-
ments on expression of willingness
to aid in the restoration of peaea be-
tween Great Britain and the Boer re-
publics, can be discerned many evi-
dences of an inward irritation whico
the less responsible public does nOt hbe-
itato to outwardly express, while eyed
number, of the goverumrcnt private.
dticuss the matter among themeerers
' w D.0It r., 1. e^ = 11'"10d as "the
ungraciAu*s roe '. e* Wd0me form
of luterferdnce." to which ,e te dad->
*pp h "JgolishTr.e2 ca oto help contrmalg
*th5 a~elr~.ce of |he attitude of openly


-** Itiv s,(s"-;cn and thiug.s are sahld err to be held Monday and the new defending our policy, if it had come
.: i. !i i:iught not to )o out as cfftrial ut- policy will be announced in the paper from a less disinterested source, could
it :iahrm- if men holding the' in::tipntant 'uesiaay morning." only have been regarded as an un-
p. of oonators. Orne of th- m i n I; is said that the underlying princi- friendly act."
lg b ee. n advecatesc of tn,'re pies of Mr. Su1don'd plan wiil be car. There is no doubt that the overtures
S., r cateried out, but that his personal opinions of the United States. even though sue-
I..:.t.i;ty in the mnntior of wx lutive will not nocesaari:y be fol!owel. The oessfully worded, have sensibly mrr.
.iuts s.. S.nator Teller. 1 l ha:s i4ev- paper will remain Republican in poll. stated Great Britain as a whole, while
t, a-'1 to -liicve that muh.ii of the tics, but in other respects it is not likely circles friendly to the United States
'.i; i.a',... tl..t is d d.,1o;s ;n:gl:t as well be In public.! One plat(op 3. Mr. She:don's leading edito- and compare the reinsal of M. Decess
of t: rt f ,rimeris in the ri.ltter of more riAl tomorrow morning will be an inv.- to gratify the hostile sentiment in
IalMa<.;yv was lia'id B. lill WVIen he station to the readers of the paper to ex- France by making proposals to Lord
p.press their views regarding its future Salisbury which were sure of rejection
.i.nma to the senate, .onlirnations were conduct. The replies received will to with what they testily call the "inter-
a!.I uni:anenit i-.d by th snDate tllltill two some extent determaine the changes to ference" of Washington, and which.
e.xecutiv. sessions bad pansed. It was be made. It is understood that Mr. though only tentative and clothed Ia
i:qoii :r motion of Senator Hill that the Sheldon will be associated with the pa- words of perfect friendliness and coor-
rul.'s wete iernded so that these .on- per in a friendly way, but will have so tesy. came at an inopportune moment
ilrmiati,.ns were anuouncedl immediate- active part in its management, when the sapremoeself- sumcieneyof the
ly. Snttoi Hill was also instruni.ntal The Rev. Stewart S eldon, father of British empire is the predominastig
iy ,:a ili ao fot r n trna i the editor, contribustd an article to feeling or the day.
in having a number of other traditional the paper this afternoon advo- Everywhere one hears expressions of
r'lIuair-tents of executive sessions re- casting the abolition of public funeral satisfaction that while she maswer t>
miovld,. and convinced many senators services. His distinguished son will ap- the proposal was clothed it words of
that nou damage was done when a great pead an editorial note indorsing the perieco courtesy, the language of tLd
dct:l t.iat was transaiaed behind closed idea. Salisbury in "brushingaside" Preenlens
diours appeared in the public prints. McKinley's proffer is so extremely de&
U P Dr. Bual's Cough syrup at own, if year aist as so kill all possibly of a roped.
No auore iuve.tilatoase. child has croup or bronchitis. Waste no tM of the refers from any other sour,
it Las niuvw icnu nearly ten years tinm; delay may be dangerous. lIr. F u'll'ntlaess hose proposing them are desir-
s.i .-e the s etate has attenipted to ino- couRh rtp cures at on,'-. It is a me andI r nid a ope
e t,falliblo remedy. All druggists .-11i t for !ue of being -erosgui d a openly e -
viti-ae: ihow ,'-\ecutive *:.sion be- e 3cts. tqonistie to him.
cr,,- pmrlhi.. Thet last time it was at- IEmphasis is laid on the fact that
tenipted it proved such a rari:ng farce AlhS I >r Widows of tBoker. Great Brial deoliaed at the outes to
that no stiator really want-i to conduct S S Louil March 17 -The Boor hoe- tnestose, as my o e'dm in the well em -
an Inlvestiq:tion of this character. Itarcer o eore aoord o thewell *
is kamowu that several re's.,jlutis have pital and ambulance corps has aban- tabli hed Intwessloal law that the
) ,,on htroatsi.e-tl by euat)rs l rseting downed the original .iea of ae orgni- right of lntmerVeat to conditimalm
hn nroi rls toakre in- aton, which we to send h tl e igs of both parties to e
e o rules to make e i and ambulakoe corps to Sougo frl quweaqu el to V eprhshe good offlo of a
vestigation., but. as tlheste ae never Is has been decided t seed on the disi, s afert
voted upon in tie- s,': :ate a:- d as the $.0ou they have already cil aed to wasm in lis Me, ountaide the bounds of
,ti..;:ittre ou r:la'h -:i.s uo do-dr. to the national oommittssee of Boer sym- di'to possibitiee and gave Lod-
stari su, i an in vest itia:i.,. notlithin pathnsers in New Yoai for the assist- Sisbury full justification for his "'e-
',ve. ..,>iin of thsein. No s-,nator d-o anoo of widows nd orphans of de- sort ourteous."
;!r. < to start it on: his own respionsihil- cesed Boer soldiers. TO CURB A COLD) IN O.MK DAY


t I It t z II;I t tie -t 4011? af f tie lt, -
Ilt i 4,11 1a- lr~t. c ht ir infoa-

f4 (4Iregin v-.'14, )1tAs,,I ta a-cmlistI tho
I.W.;jtn tsr maet-n t1)am:1 vI Ien I'iiis litefar-
:2tti I a r!@a,,mi % .!,,iiu, : ,I 11n v,
*I,-' -p~ I v *-*-*, f ,,- 1 1.;j 3I' s iiteIt --
fit f ;Al e.lu a .Ia.:,e :..unny 111111.4-;%; .'I II Ae
1 r I )evcV,ka- g,-i -.a:- i I #-tj :Iio -. I f the Ik. -
r:1 rI:- u ~I-I's WhO Pa I'- ivx cwavq
4s' 14 a'.0 i I 1) t0t)re I Ii 11m 1 hInt 1'i11Art1 tin-
m. n'., aanner (if I liv in vi'sfIa t oll.
D~r. 51nr~ t ntker'n Bill.
V. t1* v -v -..fii of-tarolt'
t'~.';t-;.'t~a *i'ilsetwuia or lat-'v

Mary W'al A, Ili,-thea141cr u lo-s
:e--'t Owt.i"t jotolt the -stitihl tC~jruveof
I jij. -,Irngo tisia am re'tIlira S longl
I (-4 ia t t :m I It 4c1-Isb Iit- !-;. a 1~,4-A %t I
-y ea P' sit'es and ca-31-. l tl 1-,
ms inuark Of fet-nininity. Cis-shawl.
a haii-i'-itv-n rhernshoulders. kit-t nmrialy
n-ai:;i-vb~. and If .any eloutmni? -xi't't
a izoal al:at hesr wrinklc'dl. lne miark-
i-I fat' 'will leave Ito tqUe-sitioaas to ) it-i.
ul'ttity. .[~ year Dr. M:iry w:t%
Wtaft'.iI taetilthecapitol withta 11-111a'in-
dher he-r arru. After working fr ~'A
time without finding a mt-.iber to ini
t~ratuaee It shte. fnalir b-1 m.- nsa taud nce


c Take Ij.xatlv Bromo Quinin* Tablt-*. All
For Purchmeh of Laad. Iruggiets refund the mon-yt if it falI, 1ti
WasaiwoTON March 17. In the cure. W. irovi's signature- is n esea
17--Int box. 2.",c.
hose today Mr. Kahn of California
called up a billto provide tor the pur- W ho is Rader ?
chase by the Keelauk Packing company ,
of a strip of lant in Alaska used by the is the Furniture
company tor the pas 20 years. The Furniture
bill was pased. Mr. Burkstt of No Man.
brSaka then presented resolutions on
the memory of the late Moroe L Hay- We are Sole Aeflts For
ward, a senatr- from Nebraska
S--- sKay-ier & Allman'i. (*',.-. 1. N.
"B-ttr late than n,-v-r." It i- Kellen'm and C'level:tnd Wall Paper
b)e4t, lowev-er. to, he nev-r late,- abl)ut Co's<. Fine Wall P:ap-r-i. Ful line
taking H-od's Sar;adarilla to purifv of s:~rnple-.. J. E. I'0, & (',. No. II
your blood. Take it now. N. Palafox. l'ioit ..'. 2t1f-tf

Don't Pay $40 and $50 Your Credit is Good


for SF rIs, M.AHIrNF when r,.i
can buy the be-st t:;ak wi' ,TI t ,'t
ltte impprove nrnts at 0. M. 1lv,r'-
BH rain Furniture H<,|- for fr-,-
f19 to $3). Our household furniru-r.
1i -,1a ally at c0herp. Call ::,! -..
the bi: Stoek.

DURHAM Cigars have
no equal. For sale at
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The best 5 cent Cigar
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2 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, MARCH 19, 1900.


'RLK BLOOD CURE.
An Offering Proving Faith to Suf-
ferers.
Is your Blood Pure? Are you sure
of It? Do cuts or scratches heal
slowly? Does your skin itch orh burn?
Have you Pimple-? Eruptiionis?
Aching Bonrs or Back? Eczema?
Old More-.? Boil-? Scrofula? Rheu-
mati-ni? Foul treatih? Catarrl,?
Are you pale? If -o purify your
Blood at once with ) II. B BoItanic
Blood Balm). It rakes the Blood
Pure and Rich, heals every sore
and give sa clear. smooth. healthy
skin. Deep-seated caz-s like ulcers,
cancer, eating sores, Painful Swel-
lings. Blood Poison are quickly
cored by It. B. B., made especially
for all obstinate Blood and Skin
Troubles. B. B.B. is different from
other remedies oecau-e It. M. B.
drains the Poison and Humnor out
of the Blood and entire system so
the symptoms cannot return. Give
it a trial. It cures when all el-e falls.
Thoroughly tested for 30 years. Sold
at drug stores at S1 per large bottle
6 large bottles (full treatment); 5.'
Bo sufferers may test it, a trial bot-
tle given away absolutely free.
Write for it. Address BLOOD
BALM CO Atlanta. (Ga. Write to-
day. Describe trouble aud free med-
ical advice given.
EMPLOYMENT OFFICE.
Ring up :W2 or call at the office.
II North Palafox street, when in
Lteed of a carpenter. H. D. Hoffman,
Business Agent of the carpenter's s
and Joiners' 'Union. will furnish you
with the desired help on short no-
tice. n25tf


0


Fuel Gas




Alphabet!


w:*- ai ANCIENT wh:, u-i J
to but ;i wood.
i- f.-r BILLS that iib, paid
v li-ti hte could.
wa- tL#-. ( )AL ti.at L.e aft r-
ward- hiuglt.
i- te DI)RT ;and DU'Tl' tl.at it
br<,ug!.t.
i- tt e EVIL thi-e things
broughtt to ps
wa- lhis FOFI.LY illn ot u-i~:t
ga-.
is the .GAS (;,.iorne u-ed in ii i
S-tove.
i- the HIEI(iHT of .iJy ga!-
brought t(o ib- hilou.e.
i-. th-I INDIAN: hle doe-n't
u-,e (;Am.
Ca llnot f b-I it. fitr J i- tih"
JACKASS.
ip tht KITCHEN wvr r t. GAS
i the fut-1.
i- th- ILAUNDRY. th -y'or
b-thi of 'emll c (l.
i-a th<- MONEY. -avd biy :a

is fo4r NOW. tl. ,),a* tillin for,
a chiaatl,-.
i- the OFF-'ER tit,- 'i;mp.ti.y
lakee.
i- the I'i'ROFI'T', 0o,; ni.k- a;
uii-tako-.
ia for QI F:ITION: i, tui.-
tion at a!! '
i-, tlh-I ANt- y<,u l,-ou'ld
buy helitti Fall.
i- Oth, SAVING ..u make, if
you do.
i-a the- TIME and TROU ILE
S!av-d. to1.
i- thl- 'NION of Cinimfort
and thrilt.
is VEXATI)ON. now cut it
adrift.
i WISI) DO() in tiaving in;

plui 'i lhr,'o Dl).lars to hnuy a



i- our IZEA.I- AL -u;,;i y y..
withi

WAS RANGES $13. Comcctfl Fra.

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

THE HEINE ACADEMY OF MUS!C.
N o.' N.,rt: ;'.t'ifr. Str,.-.-t.
MISS EVELENE M. HEINE. Principal.
MISS IDA PIAGGIO. Assistant.
V'o0 t- .ilt.. N I "'^ ,' tl 'lfl. |' l' .;.
yetemll: itx .u:t,-r. U .t it,,i' anaj.1 Mw .I l IIi.

Best Patent Flour.
Our Best Rd 1 iRoE al
Patent is the besft Jfl r thla
camn be produced by ( am

Forget .Mfe .Vot is one of
the best Break fast Foods on
the mnurket.
411 made by The 0. E.
Stawnard .1fil Co. and fur
sale by .Vew Orclans Gro-
cery Co.


.f 'HI GH.
Proprietor.


OUR FIRST PHOTOGRAPH.
It Was of Charles West, a Brooklyn
Man, Still Living.
TI.at the first man who ever sat be-
fore the -amnira should d live to see pho-
tography ia color an accoutplis!ied fact
hliows v-ry con.lusively the rapid de-
v'il1pn1.1':it of the art. lteiles being
the tir t sbji t of Thej ltirt camera
:i;adi in lAmerica. I r. Charles E. WVest,
a Jlbri, kI.lyn nJIInageliai. is also the
pjosse ssr of the finest colnecti in( of Jap-
ant e curi,; In the world. IDr. West
recently said:
"It w." during the v.inter of 1S2J-40,
ju .vas amiade public by the French gov-
er:ihen!t. tLat Samuel 1-'. I..orse. of
telegraphic fame, whose studio (for he
wvas an artist as well) was in Washing-
a; sui:are. New York. returning from
l'r-n.-e.. Irought the news with him
v.l;ch was destined to create as great
a sensation In tile new world as in the
old. Morse. John W. Draper. profess-
or of chemistry, and 1 bte.-a:m, greatly
interested in the subject, antd George
W. P'ru.-ch, an instrument maker of
Nassau street t, made us each a camera,
the tirst three made in America.
"of course the Intention was simply
to take inanimate objects, as It was
argued that animated ones could not
remain motionless long enough for the
process. Finally, however, Draper
triel his wife's picture. Morse his
daughter. and Prosch took mine." Here
the doctor showed a handsome. velvet
lined wouden case containing a cracked
and seaimned copper plate, but nothing
noiir e. Ti:' dagutirreotype had vanished.
Not a trnivce of a feature could lie sel'n.
The sunlight had stolen it awny.
"You scu,," rosunimild hoe 'nern!il'o
d,,.'ti r, "Ina. ;urre- in inakin'z his pi'-
tlrIs. llu.d MI 4line, vwhi;l we- n.d io-
,;D I*y poiringl t.e:n on hliatd i,.atec. Thle
vi i,,r ld ging on the plate made it very
sensitive to light. It roquirt dl an ex-
jpi-ure of 21 ruminiutes to get anly results.
aall I sat before the miirr,'r, thet rel'let-
ed snxi!i-ht in itmy faiet. flir t!.:it I !,iith!
tf tinl And niatur'!ly wvlinri t! i pie.-
ture N .m s finished it sl.o\\'.i! In1C with
'lo:, v1 ,y's. nV t automlatic pi'i.t'iior
;.lin;JiiL .-f huiL.In beings \\:I< :i ; ri e-
;:.;,lisled fact. and .Mrs. IDr:,P'. r w:as
I.,. lirst womiianl uip ni \1.n: it w::
'i imiiistrated n:ld I t.,,- first i; 1 :a."-
N.w York I'lh(ito l:E'a.


The Speed of C(able Memumge%.
IIi iI4 iz ht:glon i'alics ~very 11, hi-
Ca:to, laistrUviiealts are ro-u~iireil. arid lthel
vuir,-ils arriving at Moo rvni-ui-iig end
n ur.- uu~ryficehole itl: (-iIlu*ii...i withvil
1 1ii i ; -r I.r,-n ee n IIt-t o I t .: !I N I lie, fk v-
tlulir the imlwjihws -n rrh\igagit tihe re-
Ccl'. ill,-, (onl 'kA Shoert -uhie, inille of
undidr 1.4"N'mii:iies 'ex~ii :gelienal (I i~ll-
sidurte4l a shji mt u:aullv. :ie a sput-d (,f
slgaimiI ug a ii :pli*v stitliciv-nt f~ nr alllojur-
Juluts withi a conuductor wvheiguiii ahlolilt
i14041 eml-lds to) the nih i. Sana re itinlided i-v
,ill isusilal1:~ln in-lvhuee of gaitt*a jicrclia
:11"O'i~nisut hall cyil atne114fai.
NVIlii'nV.col(lie cto'a a (hle (o 4ifaiou~t
t\~ ho- t'u"S ltul-tigt. it iS fu it'Il l cisiv
iill wulniirio ;.,ta hira(ctichalIY ailimaitt-A
n-;ui] t1:1t1 .4.a shieil a1- lunhias thei
frii-- \ht,!t 4[llrattiur camlili'iui(I It --t -
af ri ( jr-ch utif i:l.- :ailn. ih,-* ini-w
ttC hnulo 4.ii4 ut opo' ',IiIridiigul ta
jI so .!.. i I Iii I A A. 111 .11 niirua t

ru -,- il IntV fI hi f r s'j- -,-Il -it


I I In I ~uqidllu:ItI horn-i ('hta

::n-V hr1 I -.o rs 4-1;: 1 (-I1rial ogild

~I a f'--' No l;it a \Vri. iiioh





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Co. y i-en. r1::it.is- :.I uiri..cl;

1- i ;I Z w IL 1 tIs i

n, ?. 11,1 I-riof ivil
up i-,, i t II. v e
f-i A I r r* --. iA iN'S t


-~ I. Ir
.. . -S -- i I
If' I!..
:r r


THE A UTOM0Oi31LE.


- \\ t I 'I .. -* 1 : :.1
:i 110 : i- 2 . ; not p'i.>a:' tu ;ti :' atn '! ii!i as 3et. wVt
u'dt :-'nt;and.--I ta'dtrI ,lt J. 'iiitJ rn.i.
At thki staze f the game m're nauto-
mobiles than borses hLav. ran ai'%ay as a
result of the introduction of the new ma-
chuie.-MAinneapolia Times.


CASTORIA
For Infants dan Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears tne
ignatare cf


system redulator

PRICKLY A&H

BITTERS,
Because they Think iTia
nasty and bit, diareeable
To the stomoch andvioletr
in action.
A8K THEM:


HANNAH BROS.. Sicia! A,:c-i:ts*

A Gentle Rebrike.

io.:1:1it) ."i'u!ill iI t:I lv was a arge'
t 1:1t L.'niI k I t j l~q. I da na: I II t eIit .01iks
WirAetva rra;iz':elI aidI ol;Ii !I ii.
1 lir w:v~i! : linti~i there in
t !w ell 1i: :. Ii:it Ite Ily :v 1 a m i 'l a hI)
:j. a Id -I Yt di 4 11 a S', r:I zetI !I I r sI
i i tiiniiii a little n1dgruc so er
ill Av. in c!l S!14, cdIii Ct& 1 (eflais
in nf~ i1hIit. a,1 i iie vmi(' 'io i.a luat
..c."(.41 t oln. (It the tih.t hld up am
gold c(en. Tlwv.-411:1:11sm.iled, arid mthe
11.211 4-d [ ii itoll the 1t:::arI'e SLOW imthl
c,)%4Tei 111o 1l11t pipcs. *\ma w ie rmille
hiLr co.livei on, shiv iA z t !;,st for t tie
.111 c, i a. butatasFhie p11, iIit. Up. Slit
gavv a ci y and d(I oIplwil It 8 z:i Iiifor
It lL.101iveuciiu. heanted on i Le T! il li e
ii- nd! ared at tbje tman. but (*.(Inut
say a w~ordI.
Thet next evening. when the anusi-
clans ajupeared. tbe woman's hand wasj
Ii 114!I1 ned. and Shle 11:d somle dIitheicl ry
ia aii~a:1:1~iig theri nist rumlenut. W~en
sho waileik tier collection. sho a voided
ile nma x 'who 1h.1,lplayt-A the 'ract i".1
J'Isi'41n, tier. n.ini aght :,ftu'r aii.t shev
41;41 thf. smn* thiig'. Ili %-:1111 lie of-
rt'reA hlon a p"log.e-z. i ri-cthuir 4'ilwl.
lintl she 1aiieaily 1,hi d.' 4111.1 S.nAlt in 1
pa:i.-irig hurim. waln Iaev r aI l~~ii h to
1:;N( e hi tie shightist luu"iaitoni.


Onr Firmt :Emperor.
At thel, tilu whenr the wiar with sli ,pai.
hliuil I In l- io, llIet .to a si 'I' t s- fil :i Iil:i ,'r of sitt: 1h I' 1I'' t W eV.' li<'lls-i ,i
i!1th 'ifu ur" ff tlie ,':. l- III \'I;:S lii t" l.
A t la-t u,'', ,'int'riu !uist e'x *':iin]; l. :tl-
d ,r.s-il;. hun.,lf to the I:10ft pri;:,i-
ri :il l.tinhtb'r *f thle ( i',)rip. "In i!.:
i .i oni,.i| \v' "Ir', d, lt'ifit i. i:; : '.'ri::l-;: !:nel you. sir. hiio, 1.1 be t(;i
';'-t ':[.|,|> r .."
"Nit f I k-ii,\i it." d;::Iwlid t(li great
: ; : "i : I: .1 fo l i IIf' tl Wt v:llt
t. I *- T,.:- lurt--t ra; -i ', u :1 i :ltui!in of
. 'i1 : -"'** i .-li ; "-- tl. *.q.*; 's n. i z itiliu.

Medical Softery, Attenilion.
There will be a regular me tin ;tri
the Pensacela Medical Soci, tv at
the Board of Health iofT r at
o'clock p. m.Tuesaay, M rcth '7.
Visiting physicians art corJiall,
invited to attend.
D. W. MCMILLAN. M. D.,
Presidei:t


E. F. BRIcKE. M. D..
Secretary.


TO THE PUBLIC.
I have juat rece#ive(I a fin l,.t (,f
Rll kind's of candle-, a and .(l11 thi'-taat

(ho)cuilat- DI )o;.'.u, 2(1 vent.-, p. r
?-ult:gi n 'lix-d, 2 pound!,(I. fit .-
A'illFat (*y Mivfod 'iadY. Ct- 1,t
evr broui2''t ti 1'.Nh-:1i1iAi I
pu.r CA!j~ .('l aud -P f.), ur
TI.: a ro- fr,, -h a I firn:' ,i-, t w4 i i~f
thi ViflI IC. A Pii ..
'A;j1ian


EIUM'LsBiE DRIES


GENERAL INSURANCE
-AND-

Real Estate Agents,
PFS:AOOLA. 'LA.
REPRESENT TWENTY-TWO OF THF
LEADING FIRE, LIFE, MARINE,
ACCIDENT. FIDELITY. PLATE
GLASS AND STEAM BOILER IN-
SURANCE COMPANIES. . .. .

Grcerad Agents of tMe Enuitatlf
Life Assunrance Soei ty of IM
gOited states.
cOi 1EP'ONJ)FINCE mOLJ'ITrD


COTTON.
Nxw Yjt.;K M irca 17. u:;K' CLOSS
Jatinui ry .............. ... ... .... 7..t
keuruiiry................ 7 .. .. ..... 7 '4
ar........ .. . ........ 9.'7
A prt.... . . ... . .... t.0.5)
M ................ .... ., .... %4
Ju ne.................... 4 1 .... 9 46
July . ............. 47 .... 9.46
Augu' t................. 9 .,7 .... 9 3;
epte tmn er....... ..... 3 .... 1.4U
Uc-ober ................
No eni r ............. 7 ... 7 S
7 .... 4
t^-ot cotton close.l ,'i~ .'t imiddling up-
lamdl, :ia lnim1ddlinl gulf B10,. Sales i'30
eGlA1N AND PROVISIONS.
.1H1CAT'). .'arcih 17. o0Pf. CLUss8
\V"H.AT-uir.n ....... o..
WEBAT-Ma1y ..... ,' ; .... 37*'
SHu AT-Juli ....... .... 0,
W I A r--' ,*e-:.. r .... 6*r
LUiN- .l t rcii ..... y',I
OSAS-May... .. ... ','.: .... 37,
LOUW-J uly ...
tIIo N-- -p t :.mi r .. .... *)?:
UAT&--A1ay ...........2,j-, ;4 .... Z4,
UATS-J U I y .......... .... 26
PORK-.Ma-. arn ....... 11.22
PORK-May............. i 2i 1[5 .... 11.w
L July ..... ....... 11.2

L A -J y ........... .... .-
Kima-March ........... 8.15
ALas-May....... .. .6.. 1 .... 6 l
kims-Juiy .......... ....6 17/
NAVAL STORES.
WILMINGTON, March 17.-&-pirlit tupen-
tine b6(1g4,,: receipts 7. Roldn steady
and unchanged; recelpt3 5'. Crude tur-
pentine steady at 2(af3 25; receipts 4. Tar
firm at $1.90: receipts 106
stAVANrAL. March 17.-Spirite turpe
tine firm at 54s. receipts, 157; sales 1M:
exports 321. "ain firm and unchanged;
receipts 1,32; sales goj. export l,Sfti.
A. I?. De Fluent. editor of the-
J/l".ur, il. Doylestown. Ohio. suffered
fir a Inllinb)-r of pears ilolil rihilnll::-
ti -tn in hisi ridi-t shoulder and -ide.
He says: *.My right armi ;at ti :e-
w:n- entirely u-ele--. I tried Chaln-
herlati'- PVain Balain, a ndl wasi -ir-
pl'i-,d to r,-ceivw relief aluin -t iLmiie-
diaitely. Tlihe Iain l'alim lao- bleen a
co -illcf,'a;ld it 't,-v,-r fall ." F'r sale-
t,- Hlta liah IBr,-.. 21 South P!iaftox
-tr I*' ( .


At C (. V Tbcmailpn.ti 4.
0 ~& Ladlis-s'N, 'te l1,apor. anad
(Xii: r id-e Linren ianad Enrvelo p(-.
fliirds lateitlei(t.
ta Liti, ni'ial I t-.
t lFrtl-tf Id V n oaand Fav 'i
Eainli-h N -'a =1t inlWove : ,-I
l'2;. r: IDenai-oa (In: Cope. E'tc.. withini
~ geii m Ia-44'aottn e lit 'if Qt:&t i' 'tr v.
C. V. T 4lmI i -ist, -,. .
,Nt. :',0 4lilt hi Pa laf iX St rft.


Indigestion!

We (1/(tieng'e the world


to prolducce a remiedif equal
to the .Matcl ess .Mineral


A

B

C

D

E

F

G

H

I

J

K

L
x

N

O0

P

Q
R

S

T

U

V

W

x

Y
z


RECEIVER FOR PAPER MILL.
Marletta Corporation Falls to Meet
Interest oe Its Bnado.
ATLANTA, March 17 -Owing to the
failure to meet $2,000 interest on bonds
due last June, the Marietta paper mills,
one of the largest concern of its kind
in the sou:h, and one of the few which
is said not to be controiid by the paper
traut, has been p'acod in the hand of a
temporary receiver by Judge W. T.
Newman of the United States court.
Tne bill was filed several days ago by
Payne & Tye, representing D. Robin.
son, the trustee for $7, 000 of the com-
pany's bonds, and tne order for a re-
ceiver was signed Thursday.
At the time of tire appointment of the
receiver Judge Newman issued an order
4 giving the receiver power to borrow
$10.OuO with which to pay the floating
debts of the concern.
SMoultrie M. Sessions of Marietta was
named as the temporary receiver and
Ia. assumed charge of the affairs of the
company.
It si stated by the attorneys for the
trustees that all of the unsecured debts
will be paid and that none of the cred-
itors will lose by the litigation.
Could Trust Her.
I "Do you like candy, inamnma?" asked
4-year-old BHessie.
"No. dear." was the reply; "it always
makes me feel atid."
"I'm awful glad of !t." said the little
miss. "You're just the one I want to
hold my c:Ira;tnels while I dress dully."

DAILY MARKET REPORTS.


for Infants and Children.
Castoria Is a harmless substitute for Ca-tor Oil. p.
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. IL i.s ll- .,. i
contains neither Opiiun. Morphine nor other N., .,
substance. It destroys Worms anti allays ih., ..
It cures Diarrhuta and Wind Colic. It reli. .., .
ing Troubles and cures Constipation. It re-ulat,, ; .
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy :mIl initural .,
The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears the Signature of





In Use For Over 30 Years.
Y'r"9 tecv ik Onft"T.YT V muA IH


Chase. H. Turner. [

ARCHITECT* I


-AND-


General Contracto r

lS iildi::a i,'; ri;:. lantc l a m! (G i .t. w,: i,... 1": :: -.
.tinl (ha- Flitti .-.

A Complete Plumbing Department ur.d, :
Management of E. B. Morey.
L' y Arti ti:! D*-idL -, Estilnita't t!.Ini :I- .pfr;h:,: -
itg of All : itid-. Prepared on Short :. .
.\ I.:Irg.ir ai nd carefullyly S'< e~ I St.'k if F'i i *
Tiliaig IIf All Kian, I lB:th Tub-h C u i..-. ,. I. u-t !.1 h "A.\ 'i :
Hot Wat.tr ;indil (as Fixtur-..


No. 19 S. Palafox St.


:: Telephone No. :;4;


Citizens National
OF PENSACOLA.


L. HILTON GREEN.
I'mPI-s 1 NT.
T. E. WELLES,
VICE-PRESI DENT.


DIR -.'CTO Rf:
T. E. WELLEr. W'If. FISHER.
,of E. E. S iunders. & Co.
K. J. WHITMI.RE, JOHN F. PFEIFFER,
L. HILTON GORIEEN.


General


Bank


JOH-N IY. I I FE I iF F FIR
I-.,. iM.t. kSHNEIL.


RIX M. o. -


MOI:ITIS }


7'ransaci~ d.


Banknhiq Bisinetss


~.6dyAmtnded To-


The Star


Laundr-'
Ir


THE PIONEER LAIDRY OF IWE1 FLORIB


Care And Attentiioli
a i I ..

dliithly car- iandil ,rl li ar,
Wt ill a: c tt.pli; ml,1 bi- .'
u-ii lly ctar fal a i t*
arc *i:.' li- l w i r- i ;.
tolniers a( i.

ALL WORK C. 0. D.
ELCPHO!E 114. 27 E. GARDEN X'
,*-G"OODS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED FREE.-P".,
WALIKRR INGRAHAM, Mnagc-

ESTABLI9SHED 1863.

McWENZIE OERTING & CO ,
0 DgALE'l';lIN -

Ship Chandlery and General Hardware
603 AND 60'5 a. PALAIOX STUllKT.

REVERE COPPER COMPANY. JOHN A. ROEBLING'S rI
GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RU88EL & HON'S PU3i -
ClUvn, erdall, hPith., 01is, In0tic1l Iatrm1mta, IIurtb uti&ri, kie:
OOMPA.qIES. LOGS. TCO.
C. McKenzie Oerti: Clloecting A.-ent fir I'ir 1 'il,'.- B'.'.
ciatio Ti.


T YE IIW WAIT GLgMffe


A


S'atter for the cure of In-
di'estion, Dyspepsia and
(a/1forms of S/omiach, JPow-
el Troubles and Skin Dl)'h
C'ses. (GuaranteedC .9 c'frr
or mon.,y re;unideCld. Co,'t
o.y'/ '7 c .ts a d((:'/ ,o use i/.
One dollar bottle lat1( tire;i-
/t1/ da/s.
For, sa! by till l/ru it" :,'6 s"S
also T. .Gre'C, ; Co. 37
S. Palafox Street.
OR ADDRESS

W. WILKINSON,
Greenville. Ala.
Testimori.il From Jadge Gaiton.t
,hKEKNVII.LE, AlI., Aug. ] .1 1 *.
I take Rr-e t pleaow>re in certifying to the
purity atid tiU ro-nilt of Wilkilnon's Match-
li# Mainoral ,'at'-r. This natural mineral
toni,, to my p-rsonnl knowledge. is talMen
from is well thri-e milei s '-a't of (;rec-nviile.
in the exact condition In wi-e-h it is old. I
htnve P-en thl water u-ted. with wonderful
>ucces. f,).- (f3" pcpsia. indig*stion. sor-
eye-i and for rauptive t.~sease. sores and
uleer-o, n ;nn aaid annual. A ra.r.m..-1
'or thI e' troublo-s. 1 do not believr i.f
jUiial -xl tp. It i4 highly recoinneLfded by
pa iyican for a number of das ses-s.
ZVI.n. (A TTON'.
Jud(ic of Probate Coart. Batl.r I;ounty.
Al atama.


P.-.one
Phone 105.


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENtACOLAi jLORIOA, MONDAY, MARCH 19, 1900.


THE DOER'S SPIRIT

IS STILL UNBROKEN

:~..~jtcrd n Strength In
Mounitain ? asses.

:~!I{W' ,rPORTED




I i j. t mp P..rluem-.est New
r Ae .


r .'~ L~a-ulte..nd to )j-.r

-v~.1 i 2~..t1

'I.iii l~et:.~ ii j.A2 a.v u


... ....O- ..--: t.Iat T
: a:: !ealt; a v Try vicL'.,
S.: ,-r I"T: ; ::i t.ajt in' I "

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* *'IL ;1 v I ih o ..er, beL
.. or, u laU: ,o kU I IWt-

\ iCe i wt r 'A .;.JU ,,|-i W .
A i ..an rts uA ue .. ti .te

"* nu L 0 [,.-n reIrv*I from
S* i irp lUi t, '1 C, lutii.ilant J),:vT r
S, .. :jie po.M.tan o U a b:.i u fro.ut
:.:tish during the nt nt. ev-
:.e .,ers ofA b.s force huve our
,wk'iL. a umtener of the C'ap.
n.'Ut. and lisr bro:her ha,' -',eu
s* atacre's scoo:st have occupied
:.4'cteiv. The country is clear of
.,e .emy. The mnai column is fol-
*ar the contse.
A dispatch from Vauoyl says the
r,..->ad nas tbee reopened from Bloom-
teta to Narvale' PnuL
Y* eral Polo-Carw and the reo a-
C.r, have ats arrived as Narvals
i .it. _____
THROUGH LONDON GLASSES
lie.w Easgtaltm* Loek as the Afrt.
eas War rs ery.
L toS., Marok 17.-The peaoful
r,,;cst of the Oran Free State pro-
grssets so evenly that is Is ow believed
*~he will be little or no fighting on
, r! RobSrts reachlau the Vaal river.
Hl.w soon he intends to tart out with
;..;e objeot la view in not yet posted
3 til tthe p acifcaion of the Free State
':e:.s now engaging all his attention.
W\rt. the move oomes it will doubtless
it a ompnated with the secrecy which
.a -baracteraed all she British ad.
<,:. P' oCu Lord Hotexi t' part.
'.:, *whtie the taking of Mafekinst
S.**:, a,. The Dl)tcb in the north-
..ot ns to have had its back broker.
t. is likoev (i+nera. Kitcheoer will
. -. C ucre hi. p a e beside his chief.
.n.. test lei- the British troops
:. :a. ei.u. the Fre S'atk recurTotrat
:.. rt oI ti ite epirguers aud the
--.# *erv,'". (;irourprri. th y,.ung
.. ..au .ioelr wua ru.ee sUt 'eme
:* ia;:.rot s. 5t now pntling his
:. ; e :n:unt sev *. t ,:>'or npt .l as ir.u LaIpei
1 .. -.rBt', lin.
ii. iannt Uliver. ater having g
:- ;.rr. went to Iu'julvilie..
S.- to now reported to be with
*tmal&. fcrci'.
.vda. the ,ili;,1Omatic agent of
navala. has disappeared from
Ai-cordiang to a Globe dis-
., is bei:eved to have come to
,lme 1; l0onuou, but nothalng is
*. w ere ateout b1i arrival.
,.' -.n- u-e r:ely iikeivy hat he wou:d
..; ;V to le hion's munth. and the
.*'.; *c isr republic is more hkely
e. s:.oo heard at one of the other
i :Van capital.
departure of Lady Roberts from
u. for South Africa today was
e- i occa ona for a popalardemon.
*r-. Amona her tellow travelers
Sile Incbeess of Took. who has
t j yon her husband; General Sir
.* Carranrgton and staff; Lady
a-- rm and Miss Rhodes. the later
'n.o>Jes' sater.
AS .tfi&ne'e Hoeuorrd isetlop.
r ,, 'March 17.-Right Rev. Rich.
S k-r Wilmer. senior bishop of
.escopal diojeee of Alabama. has
.olrated his egbhty-fourtb birth-
ai his home at Spring HILL. 1ear
S 'a Nov. I1 he will celebrate the
ath aaliversary of hia bishop.
S A abamna. He s the wiset,. treeet
,* -wroet old man alive. perbaps. in
S: ..de o the people of Alabama.
..* -vo- tily loved by people of all
a d s ees and his birthday is
er of ufteresting noteo i thiLs tate.
jor ,,ermual .tthlooil
e >,IT. Ala. March 17 -Pra.
M1 Stackelford of the Troy
i Lee and Premadent Patter-
*i" Mont-iomierr Normal ocliege
-*,. ave return" from Wash.
where tbhey have spent the past
i, :i. ii:terstg of to bill wbich
I ,;,aate 25.A0)O acres of the go.T-
's land in Alabama to the oue
S: ,' :he school. They report
e l.: has been faToratiy re-
a,: a.re veryr much gratl:ed at
.: ..-c ;> i p.a ,lsa ge.
ta .1.1 Muls aed l)r ver.
.'t.~il.' GCa.. Marc! IT -
- ~.s a terrb.e accident on the
.1 Air Line rat-road Friday at
... ia The through freight that
*. :"e at 10 o'clock trek a cooun-
Sand killed the drver and a
:.te..s at the croM ing this side
r The msa killed wans Lax-


-\.thewe, eon of Henry B
('f Martin's district. in this

1 '. tabl-e Badly lajred.
*^AH. Mareh 1?.-The tempera-
"ie country adjacent to Savan-
t to CO degrees last night
"- uttle fruit raised about hIere
'" vegetables wre badly in-
." Beans sad young cabbage wle
- The tr s farmers will 01
Lea ., b Sbe __s


THE rPA3T.


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ANTS ACT AS $STRATEGISTS.
4 obeiceui ..a f the Isroe'(ma Traknoact
%ieeus I Ilt's 311[tnr3, Precliaow.
Ii eil : t.,A~i 's'-i .1 e l'clh t tlie 11;4,111
u-I ILII'C21-'I I, i11" t es14 11 wo Ni 4 Is-fq )km I
fur!rie aIAe --:Ca :.- alzacest Iee-rfoct.
T T~er i'er: as:TeI IIifr Iee s are fa till ltia.
,, Lie i.:a:ie,f T1iled X e'css~utic l. At l
re t ,..Ifi*- 'I ee ', ivile'd S'outih
A r.! ie'.1 g: 01. eCT.I. te~iu I cr4 12.
of :ear .\?

AAiu n .. *I Q i N .eI lit' C1:t11.
:1 i t' :I;, e e il the i411
v *i L .% Ni f hI! i Theei
Iw f. '-t eI 1 1; in IA 11 re'e
Le::I C dv:: ..~e-~ l-~ :1'it I le

*. I -I,. -defil-
"k, : "Ph W" :Is

A I.. I elet c I.el of t il-



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i~e.! 2~ as11 L;,!4e 4. ; 1:1C1( te-'i
p lee *?! T i:.j t!\ is ill T'' -


Test 1-vor ns clefiil, eid.




"I' 111k.f Ste I lbe td) f -u: 1 i ild. of M ei~

e'l it 111. o lie2'

%'!,L:I t's thie g~e.'d Of 01:11t *-k(41 thet
It*e Itre'
'A re-at elial (lf us,, I. a :ixwer l ls
e'aiI~iet 'I hatvee Stii,!tt it to s5011W
c ee.I mi -tOlf Ili u1 'i tCale 1t -vl a ViAIk
man faa~l ~a rom'N ttrom;:ing nrile'd tint,
13 :1t Very I imi l'le ti. Forl'eCrIII(tainetif
(.I) ci: i mike yoeU sayi't tr-et'Wrganirst
xau e:r %Vill you laoii' %01Il ldulxe't. WII
1i le :(, 1C1-V* it eIell 1,01! 1 bclieve L
1L.,111 1i3L~e N013tiSay It."'
nLu e' IIC tIv foiirtocani ili Zrist Umy
~I Hi" Yo .aU 'ilt cl.,LIt. F'i re a wnie"
At. 1i Ic is tShe' 11wle test -worked:
A- lil,) Lit~c1are 1!-ix .11,41 foeur.,

A. IleoV ~.1: T~ -c i~d three?



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tuloi r Lt- c-e' '-:1 ef rt!e ', 1

SiZ'Iflel c o 1 1:111 ~Ve rj a i vj . 'l5 In

11 % f arrel e oi dm lff~eri'e I parts ()f
tIL'Iu -cuntry. The~y coe11_.st I rinc-!paljy
In the Lgl'wifl of .:liff.terunt kinds of
crop~z. such as whieat. g~sgw.sugar
bets. vegoit3?lleS afid fruits or In the
testing of different ki'lds of fertilizers
an applied to the soils and crops in dif.


Gout l BOens.
Gout hns been produced lff bens by a a
BreR!au doctor who fred .iew with
meant. lie gave the hens thing but I N N 'S
horseflesh without fat anit as much
water as they liked. with deplorable H
results to the unfortunate fowls. Hav-
ing In-tilhd the disease, lie then un-
dertook to drive (out .he uric acid by :ON EUROPEAl PLAN.
administring eorshell,. which relieved


The Future of



Children

A child's life may be
blighted by the diseases of
youth, such as Rickets,
which is characterized by
weak bones or crooked
spine, and inability to stand
or walk steadily, or Maras-
mus, that wasting disease
characterized by paleness
and em3ciation, or Scrofula,
a constitutional disease of
the glancs and neck.


Scofftt's Emulsion
of pure Cod-Liver Oil with Hypo-
phosphites of Lime and Soda will
prevent and cure these diseases.
It supplies just the material needed
to form strong bones, rich red
bh1od and solid flesh. It will also
reach the infant through the moth-
c.-' miik. and be o! the ircatest
benet.'t to both.
A' i ,fr.-.ts. . t .
S>\'k Ti I 'N NL. Che-ii. t. New Yok.


Five Thousand Rolls
of Wail Pa, -r in -t "k. ill elf t! l a-
t p;itt-er:-. ;,nl mri conri .
I ,'I- f-.fl c e. W 1.77 ]. r :..1. E.
; .. .... N .. li . l';alaftl x.
I'hole- :;-2. 24f-tf


Who is Rader?
Be's the Man that sells
Furniture so Cheap for
Cash.













SISHOE*!


All High Cut Shoes in '
Men's, Ladies', Misses

Children's at reduced '--*,

prices .... I N' .-9


A Special Sacrilice!

; i, P;;ir L di,-' VI.'i Kid S;ri;
If{'<,.1 But ;ll tn nd L:KI S;: ,-
tor o "ly


$1.25.

REtIULAR PRIt E C 2,).


Gentlemen,

Don't Miss It:


A ShIORT TIME-:
THE ONLY TIME.
AND CASH TIMI:.


Moen's Genuine Calf Tan L ace Hand
Sewed Welt fdor only


$2.50.

R.E(. 'LAR PRICE $:-)


Don't Lo-r Time' and zo Aboutl
Pri'ciiig. We Still Ie-ad ;i- thto Iow-
c--t l','ice S1ihoe- 0' i- i'l the ('ty.v


YouI~r, f'r 51:11tiza


TRUNKS.


/. GUGENHEIM.


of Inediicine that go,-e ill a
priescripl'ioni filled in thi- -tore i-
leirl'ily pure-. Pure drulls ni-' l n Li
;peedyv iecvv,-ry. Poor drutl s nieaii
.1 relip ). VYou want the best. Let
t;s fill y-.ur piro--c;ipti>n. ;and supply
c!t ei r i:;. it itie-. W~. '. < t-'mii t (!, .
" 'il'P t'r.-,'riptiIc l)Drunirist," :7 S.


lop CURE YaURSELFT
u~ine' I -V,-4
Taot'' ' - -k ^J
'C.% --*c by *o I' n I9 -


I ,e ret-et


CHICHIESTECP E4GLI SH
ENYOA ILLS AGENTS.
Or is rd 41" ..
~4~~i~tt~i~~f~et\EIH scf~d ITyMe Pery ad Wiie YateIs

pi-n- ~ e'.I~--The JgTrade

4*-~ h, *~*ef~i A Is Our Specialty=*z~
Teraonnt er 'liverv r'and S-ati-factiuI


G' (u.r:a .teed.

Dannheisser Bros,

4ol South Palafox St.,
I'Lone No. 116). P. (. Box 2'l.
Railroad Exchange. Phone 26S.


ITEL


UIl


Convention Call.


The sixteenth annual meeting of
r r the Woman's Christian 'remperance
Union of Florida, will be h-ld it.
Gainesville, April :3rd. 4th a.l.1 :th.
X.d ls a LDay The first sf-i)', will h, at 3; m.,
of Tuesday the third.
25C Eac. Mi's Helle Ke-.rrn: ? Flora,
Miss., will give tlh- coiiv. ,itioni ad-
* ---~- ~ ;.- -i dress, adding intere-.t to ttli-occa-
sion. A I.IC: I',K,wN.
SARA Jight. GENN. President.
ad NIlQt. Recording Secy.


OYSTERS, FISH AND GAME OF ALL KINDS IN SEA ON.

Special Orders at Any Hour.
RATES:-From $1.00 to $l.F0 per Day. LODGING:
515 and 519 8. South ala Street. ren a.eeia.lrid ) 25 and 50c



JOHN PURDY,o

Foundry ad 1Machine Shops,
CENTRAL WHARF, COR. JEFF-EIoN AND PINE 1 TFEETS,


Telephone 346.


Pensaoola, Fla.


the -ut}s to a certain degree.
The Klektng Kangafroo.
Trace a hit of mischief anywhere In
the w'rSl. :i!: nnl Anmerican Is as like-
ly as ,3,ot to be at the bottom of It. like
tilt p.tlau"e of kangarooss In Brittany,
FIralie.
A'. A:ril.cain whio had (lived in Aus-
tra..:i lI.,;.lt an estate In Brittany and
tuhi.,-l sez:lie knuir:tor<,,s loose In his
1,:;:. T''y have lbrvd with great ra-

"I'it tL I:jick of thie l:a:ng't;roo, mon-
s.; ;-': It .i t,,errible'" say thle peasants.
Tl*'y a8- ;i. tL uT.l to kanginroo' j.
TI'l result ofi this land that Is that
tih k:ui.rs(..s now lihave to l1e hunted
An l exteFruiinnt. 1 J,. t they becoule a
nuisance. IFl-rc (tih (lgs employed to
chase them frequently get killed by
kicks.


THE OYTF11t SEASON.
'thP ov'-t.-r In hib ted of ooze.
W\at'el d ,%,th btrt fioin Iii, summiierl

-I fe- itr thit our s.'l-,- ili of saf.-tv :i !goe ,.
For my ipl-*isalnt dreams e re distuib 'ed I}
the jar
That is aiwaya caused by the' letter R.
And I kta That S lmrof as shortly will he in the sup'"
Ald so they will for the loeop wa-
filled with the finest and fattest.
This sloop was sent out by Nick-
Apostle and these choice oysters ar(-
now for sale, done or raw, ready to
chaw, at his restaurant. You caln
get them by the plate, dozen, hun-
dred, barrel, dray load, wagon load
or car load. Owing to the rush of
business the servingof regular meals
will be discontinued after this week.
but special orders will be served at
Sny hour of the day or night.
We will launder your spreads for
S15 cents each and make them look
like new. Star Laundry.

EVERY DROP


LODGE DIRECTORY-

]KNIGHTS oFr ar wzA s.
Pensavola Lodge. No. S. K. of P.
meets every Monday evos-
ing at :I' at ('at]le Hall.
In liutchisison hail. Wse;
I ritondencia, street.
Visiting brethren cordl.117
welcomed.
It. u Day IwW.
K. W.a S.
W. 0. W.
[Live Oak ('atsp Mo. I Wiouidinan ofthe-
Mo-4-te first aRnd third Friday night to
Sixvi liepelii. Visiting %ovelri gns cordi-
ally iiivitVdl W. *W. W A SON4,
S. It.1L11A 14ICS.iCe~rk. C.C.

POLITICAL ANNOUNCEIENTS.
For 1tepreaetiirative.
I h~rie aniiu icc i i.i a acandtdeete
foreet i(-pre..nt tat i'e t- Elf i..iii t 'unDy.
Florida., in th'l' 'l~ c u~pttfi o the
d'-xnovratic pritniareei..

For 1Lepres-ittauiie.
I heereby annfotiiiCe n1V-v; f fa. I candidlee
for I .pr-entatihtal.. f IK~emstails t eeluty in
the leiti-lat ure..subj ect, to Itic I 'eriiveerat ee
J. [lAM4x4t r eL3


For Sheriff.
P3OFESSIONAL OARDB. I hereby announce' myself na- a candidate
--- ---- or: sheriff oft Kcambia County. and re-
spectfully ask the support of my friends
Dr areell voters of the county. If ciect" I will
.Tl .e 5MeI11 31y, discharge thbduties of said offlceeffItnclently,
fairly and impartially.
W.H. it ]rCuHr qo.
SPhysiciaa rForSheriff.
Residence, 24 West Gregory Street I hereby announce myselfas a randidai
Phone 19. for re-election to the ofMceof sheriff of Me-
Office, I)'Alembert4 Building, 1191, South cambia county. Florida. and solielt the set-
Palatofx street. Phone 74.t frages and interest of all my friends.
U oman E.. u11TH.
DRi. Wx. 0. DawY. ,For herriff.
I hereby announce myself a candidate for
sh-riff of Escambia county at the enastag
OFFIOE-Hannah Bros.' Drug Store. elec"ton. ... .VAINPeLT.
For Clerk of the Circuit COurt.
RESIDENOE-400 E. Jackson Stree I hereby announce myself as a candidate
for r-election as clerk of the circuit counr
S-- --- ---- of El-ocamnbia county at the eniuln-g selection
and ask the support of the vote.rs.
W M I Maann 9 ft A. M. McMILLA&w.


IffiU. 4P. IV14rudtZU4Me1. U.

Homeiopathic Physic12n alli D~uca
Late o~f Ocala, IFa..
Otters his ers.i~onal ri icea to tne citi-
zc'en- of I''nsaceo~a.
E,zp.~IetI iten tio nigivPIIto the- tr--afniient
of chiron te IDisewwes and 1)i-i1.p. f
%V: o I ne arnd Ciii IrI it.
I'l:ttvY'I~lrq Vlritctwi~- in th.' South.!
4 fi,-- jiqi Ir%.: -s a. Ini. to 1-1 in., -'tee 4 to. M.
Aoeo~ldeiice Phone No. '-':A,.
Rrent-Itloeant 1Ieillinje-MAwitm 3


Dr. Wilmer' S. Hall,

DENTAL SURGEON,
Misonic Tomple. Pbone 364.


P l'i fl. .'iet. Pllon I ;" I -- - - -- -

Furniture on Credit H[INB[R BS 08. & O.9
.t--t tiT utifilline of -(id ho rd -
-ver sliewti in thel city. W'ard&ole,
witt ;.1' -< door. ;r f rev ,ry d sti crip-
tion. fe ".i the che iape-t tei the fine-t.
Roll-top secretary c,-e^ elegantly
fini-Led, a fine line 4-f china cloet., Palafox Street,
anmd everything lic ontiine-d in a first-
claz- furniture store at 0. M. Pryor's Pensacola, Florida.
Hargain Furniture Hou.e.


Bern the Th Kin dYolg Ha B AWays BARGA NS
eignatu1e y


-IN-


If you are ready to go to r
h O se-keepina, let .Marstone 33 e
,FiTn ish/ furnish your house '
for io/u. They will save you l $1000 wi buy ,e a reA of and north
p I If 4 ,10 1 Vu.ar ;vrm a- d 0; eia of thecity and wl-stof tioulding.


oifOtiey. jo It/1 CretlV tS isgou
wIith them.


lAcme Beer.

THE LE.T BEER SOII) IN
PENSA( ()LA.

Dannheisser Bros.,


$2000 "will buv i acr s adoinng city
$3000tr will buy four ,Il io!i4 blooki
pOWVVV and a good seven room house
This property is In New City.
$400tr0a will buy 7 acress between HIp
"pVV0 l.ayou and Little Bayou. Thl#
property iat- a wnatr front on the bay; also
on Big Bayou and Little Bayou.
$K0 0" wil buy one of the best reo.,
PWe d e-nc- on West Hill. hituateed
on street car lnr-e hasl 9 rooms iand all mnod-
ern oonvoenience>-.
$6000 will buy' lot wth '. ft front on
$ 000 | Palafox Sqtre,.t. oelli of (.rev-i
ory. Thi- can be Inini-dimtely iutlilzed fir
business purpost--.
$7000,,will hU lot v- ith?,o *ft front on
S(irebo.*"v idml .4 ft t :r ot t on 1 -
canell a': Il 1.' ftL fri,,tl w W iiglht. T'hil
pr p -rt sy liett ne" dCItta n its anl I here I-
plenty of room to build atdoczen hu-sl minore.
$8000 L wil huv h'Ir.dsniei- roidIitce
$O U t, Li.H ,t ti rego'.y betwe-ea I-ala-
fox and Tarragnua streets.
f9000 ill u by.1 R I'ea: *, fmer:n with
$9000JL\ r(I li,-Us 'tnIfl armrlli huU''lea'i
.l-er nt piC-.- rtYv r r; I : f irln:r. ai.d
Imiry ti.i: )I-es. T%.:' p ,:- i, j. u-t OI ut--de
,!he cty l;1in:t .
Ai r1 b .1Vin-i!iI".-
$10,000u,ail t .!'i- f...
ftA I-t.



SJ. E Stiliman 1 Co.,

East Side of Plaza.


SH. A. .WATERS.

Butcher and Green Grocer.

PHONE 172
Il. fp c a lid M -it..
t':.ickvui- ; tid (',lCir.tr.
l'roduce Daily.
Shbop, Rear cf Johnson & Son's Store.
INTENDENCIA STREET.


For ('ircuit Clerk
I niiiinOU tep' nivy *aildiedyv for Cli.rk ',f tbia
'irvult t'Court (of Ke'nithiit, oitintly. -utijetg
to tlhe -actiou of ti e" e-lsuiin I O'meiwra9Wi
prim ariues. I;. K. I.. IA I .l L.
'"er <'iru'lt (CI rk.
''o tihep Voterq of Ittcatitlii Olt ouVty
I hte tr-)b a'v t no n' lr iv .Vi'lf is a ldilat. tor
the. oftll'- of clerkf oif the. Pircuit court of
-lrnlllatt conCo lt y ntSli d %Ill >ir |il.it>.. to
hitv !-. i support of lilv fr's~nid, :id the
v, ler- g. ni ritlly. .J it > i.N I I It'.A.
For Tax tolle-r-or.
I ihereby announce inymelf a. a canrdidaft
for re-election iee Tax I'ollector of IT.-ean-
hlil trounty. and asnk tih support of my
friends iand voters generally.
A. Hi. I'ALEMHuRTr.
Fur Tax C(ollectIor.
T'I-. tainy fril*ndl of .li udige H. Hont'ov
haitvel ii vo htainedi hit coie-ent hereby ito-
ito ii'e b lln as a cllen dallt.- f,,r T x IPllvct-lr
itof EsCtibiia county at the ensuruilirg le Icllun.
M.ASN Y V *i)IL KIP
for Tax Ame essr.
I hierebyl announce tnys-Ift as a crnnlidlar
ftr 1'tx Ass-e,,soor of Kcannilia cotiunty, *tiu-
J.,ePt ito tl action of tLhe l einocratiC primns-
rne--. If elected I expect to Ile-#et the iappro-
hatinti of tIne tax payer% eitnl will Ido nly
,ttity Il etve-ry d(-tail as I dlul when' I held
the- ottice before.
GEKo. KR9"r.
For Tax A e,,oe'sr.
The .:tmndidacy of Wiltita.i W. Richard eis
hereby onniouliced for re-.-loctiou a. tix n M-
setortr for Escamtli county. -ubIject to bhe
action of the dumnocratlc prituarne*.
For county y Treauilrer.
I ainnoutiii' myself a. a candlda.te for
tlie. .(tl'e. of County Treasurer. Mitijct to
thile trilori of thet de-riocrratlc primary. aad
ask the support of mni frleied%.
S11.1.1 AM E .. ANi ItH-e I.
For County Treasurer.
I hereby announce inystlf as a candidate
for renioliiniation as tr*-antrer of K'.icamhv
county. subfJ deiliocratic primietry eleet ion. and respect-
fully solicit the support of tile votlrn of tlb
couintv, pled-lln myself for the future the
tamne fin lifu performnitei of duty thai tL
lIave enilealored to f tilhl during my pay
triiure of tile office. J. W. VitAITU.
For Justice of the Peace.
I hiere>iv announce my candidllcy for re-
elction to the oMllce of Justice of the Peace
for the MSecondl Ihatrict. subject to the ac-
tion of tbhe noninating plimarie..
IioI KI. J, *On 4.
For .Juialice of the Peace.
At the suggeotlon of num.-rous frienels I
hereby announce my canlidierty for Juqti4
of the Peace of the city district. subhIect to
the action of tile notnintlenlir primaries.
JAMRtF R. LAwItHtEI.
For 4chioIl ftipelrintendPet.
I amn a candidnat for county ippe.rintaln-
d-lnt of plbtlie intrinition. qubJf -r 1to tbh
!-.no- ,rt ti prlinari-'. I rlep|,. tfullvy o)-
licit the -utTriar- of the F:sCaiet La co)uuIy
voters for th'- abso)c-narn-d pi o-i ir r
.1 A I N1 M. TA r P.
Fo.r ~mhoj,, I *Miperinn i .en-inl.
To the \% iters of -:-,-amla ia o:inte.
I he-reby ianlnouIl neiym-elf a ciatelid'l tfor
4!ipe-rlut(ri(l -nt of t '.iit, Ili tru in, loIfee
E.')tan)lcoa u ('iny and e-k i t e- .ilIp rt ,,f nm
tr ienid anrd vot-tr- rir ~il'.

For Mtuperlnteindint ,-f Public Its.
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for tile ort hern district. bubj'ct to t' c as-
lion of tt'- dt'nocratte primary-o.


PATTERNS. CASTINGS. LUMBER TRUCKS, SMALL CHILLED
Car Wheels, Wood and ire:m Pulle-r-. lHanter,. BRxe. Etc.. M aiu-
l factured to Order in First-Clas, Workmanlike Manunr at Rea.on-
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Dealer in Machinery, Fittings and Supplies for
Stationary and Marine Application.


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Waantd to boy all kinds of SacIa
had Firnituir, Mirckhadis, Ac.
Widrss Box 142.

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q Of th1e( Ilaiit ot p, pi A1,ui of t !;e P T-Wil .rf- -ta,nnIao. Liv- r. Kidn'-v. lmd
aIr ri'e coip~a :iics,will begin thf-ir 1)Iaw oil:,:-,.)i~t .f air. Iff y.u
te i r a t';-n~a ze zi i iihrrt o ~rrwWaiit Ihv- Wit~irtri- aldtha--iea-
L~a iia-- Will bV adaru1itta-l1 free t,)-111, 1 Pi .I h''A v 0 t ll O-i Va'iV tv rot I
ni-' !ai:it W'eixt'e'!ij'in!.iIbV- ba.Uat d'.I lY :tW..


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Il'd O'01 AN NOFiICE.

-It I" I er v %..' that l li
after tiI.e lii- t d.y of A'ril. liMa" no
I ii,,!i inl, iha tnic or I,.b,,r-r will work
in :%.:Iy tlaildin witli a iy iai":n-Illiionl
i.i n whlrte th!er-r iiii n organization
.! -,aid craft tiiiid r the jurisdiction


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5 ''tta-r"- nat.-ic Lill t.i:~h. ~ ?.aa.a r~iI'Ir~'tl I
-iIt ,arka lv a.''-ir.r r'ti- i i-v. t r-tat tho -itatiarat by frj!i. aI. A.. Xlbo 11 %''va,od (Co.'tintrrt~aln-
.1:1d I- W-1ll-uprportevi. wh atar -p diaig thie wnv:itcr tiw'' nt, :; dta! at-i':r. 'e:n
~ te.tI Ii adPu Taati L 1 anid vv- r., -!i.v,'nitea'- a?'- t I I Th,- 4aljoect, M arity findi f 1-:1k-z,.,
ei*%.t '. r v~~i.-w tof the ha v with iit, 1re !- .r'ai-o~w. rt hv. At tpnd Clttter's
l~ inint h'tia~-i.ta-ii.2I!. L~arr 1[-ai.-tii-'t. :0- ---ifroin I',i aLt aiNjIj a i ~j'cv ~
~~~~1 iL" #111oth- in io U- w il i i.x wh:,rf. lasiiig r! ti 'aj a-.
-I I! . _' .;'t.I I.2 I r t. F .-ft a- ur tarortag for the f'j -t H at'e Your Pdlnintb
1a) 1--- I I 'a z ha i tt !,i'wltv N% ~ xxtitr' U'',v Wilt i i Xl M J-
ir 11a-(jr la.3r fr o .'i:!-'i.iatr pr\ wt.af I-r:I Mid l''tla-r Han;:ing Clone bv up-to-
.x' f'a 1't-' ", t. A g -ia. M a: Pai:A 1 I ito '' *p, .in :an uli-to-dattt- style.
I :0 .'I MArdi Or a-. IJ!'i. j :111tand oi lrtWn-Q. Wua1l tak'' d '~: aztgJ.V '-&C o
-'-a aa~'i'~*.ar I~ajrr Jahnnoni' h I ir- IN PaIta f,)x. Phonime~
~ 4 E. 1 11a- of f~kt J"";#- taftil xacri~t. Tiie''wilt 'raiit- around .- f
... -rtls.d M- F ~"~ aI. ~'th ziL:f :nangthai' a-x-aid in a
7':. it .I.(o- up-. ''are-d P'ii the'i-atCuhif qli.vLkr itAiti e: ia. o better Cigar for
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Investigate the Convertible


Term Contracts


Old Penn Mutual Life Ins. Co.
DAVID EDREHI, .,.. L"l


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their war home after the return of
I TO those living ,the acting ptrty.
Ii, The t-choonr Evelyn. Capt. P. P.
in malari.-l C i;' T Rtrs. came in Saturcay with 20.M0O
are indisr .,tnsi '. k. :;: 1- ft af lumber for o. BIr,onaium.
t svstcm in' j Mr. A. OgI'',by. of Mittco-a-.
sstem in pcrect r "'...- ;" pa(aed( tiiout.hi herre v~e-trday en
r te. t Maiy yE-thf-r. wlh,-re he |will
an absolu C -tec -pnd -, te ;:.. relative-
a ii nd i .e-P,-.
.r s:k ._heade :: t In a 1 tor t(o Seni:or H. H Me-
'.alaria, torpiid li lcr. c. -t: ;,,-- ('r-a .4 (iainesvill-. senator S. ,R.
and al iM.llirl writes fr'ni New Ori-ans
"n and all Linots"" di :,t.,.-, :< S. that hi- Lalth iz -lo.wly improvin-
4 |and that he will like-ly be in ii- seat
S tt's Liver P l V 1 at Wa~:litl.l,i -one time in April.
Senator Malhory alio write; that he
hia- la r-ii having a eriotl- limne. but
addre-s at tlio opera house to-night f-el- that he is now on the ioad to
wi!l b- well worth hearing., recovery.
Wete _pre Wih% ple John Lyons of l-atrice, Aia.. wa-
Weather ObAerver \W right' plea here on the excursion ,over the Sel-
'ant r oom, in the custom houre build- ia-Pensa cola road Saturday and
i:nr have been thoroughly renovat* d tried to play the part of Mr. Tough
aindl refurni-hed with hand-onme new from Toughville. He did not like it
carpets. i at all because tle police gently re-
M-mber- of the Young Men'si Bu-- minded him that he waw not in the
ine.- League arc requested to note wooda. The officers kindly let him
the announcement of the regular return home and to-day Capt. Daw
ne'tinf at s o'clock p. in. to-mor- received a telezramn from him in.
r,w- atueda clockviting him to come to Monroe: that
all his expenses would be paid. As
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Duncan left on he evidently wishes to reciprocate in
n thf. noon train for Louisville, his own peculiar way. on hisA own
whether thry were called by tele- territory, for the recepti.)n ivLen him
grain to thli bedide o MIr-. I)au- here, and as hte -otT-r to pay all ex'
can': father. Mr. Shivill. pense". prssihly including the under-
Alb.t Havwood. Miss Gertrude tlker' bill, it i~- vrv pr,,blble th:,t
Monirre. lls Eth l H'ttrie- Car- C(apt. Daw will aec, t th- inivitaion
tenter anid Mr. Gustavc Ullrich. and l-t-vp ,on t!h" i-"x train.
who will ent-rtain the public at'
C luit*t-r'. init,-ir hall to-night for the l ,naiarrk', iron Nerve
h .-nelit of tiio Elkz' charity fuLdi. \v;- t'.; r,- -n ult *f Ii' -plenid l
:i;,. tgu.-t,4 at Hlotil E-camnbia. hlni.atl. Indo:h~ita le will and t:'-


Sentemedl to Heath.
LEXINOTO Neb., March 17.-The
jury in the case of Frank Dinsmore,
charged with the murder of his wife
and John Lane, the husband of his par-
uanoar, returned a verdict of guilty of
murder in the first degree and fixed the
penalty at death.
A City Wit'hout a Chinaman. *
CHATTANOOGA. March 17.-Sam Lung,
the last of the colony of celestial who
oeme to this city in the early eighties.
died in this city today of heart failure.
while at work at his ironing table,
There is not a Chinese left in this city.
BEST OF AIJi


To clpante the ey.t'nm in a g-ntle
atid t liiy benefictliaiil iailri!', when
tlie Sprii.tgtitt' cotnies us l' the true
",'d zf."'t rtin .dy, Sy"N ;, 'f 'i .-
hijy ti' ge tliitir. lMaiiufaeture&I by
" ,- ',l;trrn!i: Fir Syrup C( niilv.
aWd f;' -:alt'e hv all dr :.1-t-. :;: -'*
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Hu|. 1Ita Iicutnreaent.
WAshIN.TroxN, March 17.-Lieutenant
Victor Biue, the South Carolina boy
whose exploits in the naval operations
in the West Indian campaigns during
the Spanish war brought him fame, has
been selected by Rear Admiral Kempff
as his flag lieutenant Rear Admiral
Kempff has recently been assigned to
the command of a division of the Asi-
atic squadron.
For Over Fifty Years.
MRS. WINSTLOW'8 SOOTHING YRUPe has
been used for over tifty year by millions of
mothers for thoir cblildren whil-i. teethinL.
with perfect NUecsv.bq. It soot lics the child
softens the Rgunt, allays all pain,.cures wind
colic, aid ais the best remedy fur I'aarrlh.ia.
It wtil relieve the poor little suftTerr i.tn-
mediately. Mold by Druggists in t every
part of the world. Twenty-five c-'int, a hot-
tie. Be iure and ask for "Mrs. Wii'llow'.s
&oothlang 8yrup.' and take no other kind.
A regular conmuiinication
of E-caumbia Lodge, No. 15.
F. & A. M., will to hli-ld
Motiday evening March Ili,
at S o'clock.
Visiting brethren frater-
nally invited to ittn aid.
I. t'. 1;I.N M:1T.
Secretary.

Bean the thae KiA YouHa Alwaysv e utti


lan1dsome pictures, brick
a-brac, etc., in endless ar-
ray / (I rock bottom prices (it
Mal 'rstion A' Finch's.

Furniture at all Prices.
WVA1 iro, lliiite dining rmon tahblrs
:it hil :tiiin plice-: .al-,o stqovep-, bed-
-{'l'i: _r -, i. it tiln i' k] c nt' 11 re .i-aff-;. ;ild
kitchl,, c labitit,- wit!i brad board-.
('..**.- t' f l"l ir. ;a I d "iw .'r.r fori
ki l-' uot n' il- ;i i t:ti w a r-.
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1) Stu::. rcal\ moderate prccs. to a spool of thread
Sa p cr ( ; pin "--whalc ns, nc- -les, skirt buildings,
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~000 yds Hamburg Embroideries. (on center counter)
5, 10 and 15c yard.
50 pcs 31-inch Shirt Waist Percales, 8 1-3c yard.
50 pcs Figured and Stripe Piques, 15c value 8 1-3c.
1000 yds Standard Prints (dark colors) 10 yds 40c.

SW. J. & B. FORBES.
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No. ii% wp.'t NI.'alua. 3. t.Ir'.ora-. ,
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HUMORS
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CUTICURA
INSTANT RLIE." A!ND SI-E.IV ( I'RE THFAT-
MEXT. A warn li th wilt ('ITrntRA S>)A',
a single an,'it;,Tin with (1 r74 I ; lA Ointment.
and a full l >,o of ('rTI-I AA RE-OLVENT will
afforil initat relief, permit rest ami sleep,
and "illnt to a s.|peelvy. 1rnmanent, and ecu-
aomnial cure wihen all else fails.
told Tc.,Twhore. Priee. 'i iT 01 5: C;r.TrCrXlA
SOAP.s=C : OlNTK WT.; KX MSOLVTI.R (half ruIl.AC.
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O U R first announcement of New Artivals of Spring
Apparel. A generous assortment, large variety
of colors and styles to select from of Ladies' Waists.
We carry all kinds; the largest assortment in the
city of well known brands. Among them the famous
" Uri/i;,n /,;aind," famous for fit, style and finish-in


fact the best fitting Waist in the land.


dealer or customer can deny.


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idea of our offerings by a glance at our large exclusive
Shirt Waist Window, and they arc rheapcr than
heretofore by reason of our Motto: ",el: i. Ci .\' AN,
TiHiREi:' INCrI..-.i: i H'i EI'SIN-SS.

New [C n New
rLAC E8MBROIDEIES' New
Arrivals! Ll llD[ Arrivals'
Stir ('ntre Ta'ble abI 't o *:'.irg bh ne'iath ia L',o.ly -iar'. if :t!, Newc-t
T'!'.in.'- in I. ice'-s and aEi hroid ri,".
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Sweeping Sale of Muslin L tlerw metir! *
Ono Lot ('hi!d'- Dr.iw r. ii,.lni I inid tl 'ke 1 -, I,.- I ,n I :. at .. .lic p i;r
Siz,"-: 3 ; 'aiid 1 11 .... ................ .. .................... ......... .. e pa ir
iOn", l. > ('hiitl'- 'riinld I)Dr:aw r- at ',-t M ark.
Sin L.:t C'iii'' Trl'I lIni *d ( )ow nt-- at ',-t .Mlark.
)iOni- Lot ('rill'- Trinillited Skirt- :it '.-t .Mark.
On)" >t Mi--,-' TritnmiA,-d <(Iiown- at (Co-t 'M..Ik.
One Lot Ladi e.' Triumiind ('lhemni-.e, worth :..-,* fr.................'20c eoacth
One Lo,,t La lii-"' 'lriitn;ed Cambric C'hliini-t, worth 7.-,' for....... -c each
,Psne Lot Odds and Ends -
In Ladies' Skirts 'and Oiwn- to Cl>-, ( Outt at ('o-t Mark iPrie".


DeFUNIAK SPRINGS.
Two il,)rs f'ii r ll P is',in c l l vi .i A. \ I. II.
Seat.of the Florida Chautauqua now in Session
Until March 27th.
,,Finest RTesort in Western Florida.~ a (
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C- 'agei;f, Bugg -es,- :tid )i':l r- i:.-
Carriages, Bnggies, Wagons and Drays.


-,"Repairing Attended to Promptly. =
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Carnations 75c per dozen.
American BeautieS $3.50 to SA.)0 per dozen,' Deivered
All Other Ro'es $1.50 to $1.75 per dozen, to you.
Fing PhonP e ::.o MISS VIOLETTE MORENO.


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GEORGIA'S FRUIT ESCAPED.
The Freeze Has Dome but Little Dam-
age Is. the State.
ATLANTA. March 17.-Reports from
The Constitution's correspondents at
Griffin, Fort Vailey, Forsyth, Newnan.
Montezuma, Americaus, arneeville, Co-
lumbus. Perry, Rome and Marietta in-
dicate that the fruit crap has not been
damaged to any extent.
Tne advices irow the peach belt are
especially e-Acouraging, and tie indica-
tions are that the crop will be the heav-
iest in year..
Advice from Chattanooga say infor-
mation sent out by the Associated Press
from this point as to the effect of the
fruit crop is misleading. Pears and
plume. it in agreed, have been greatly
damaged, if not all killed, but othei
fruit has not been seriously hurt.
Peaches have not been damaged here
very much and the berry fields are an-
injured.
One Above Z ro In Chica4o. apW
CHICAoo. March 17.-The tempera-
ture tais morning beat all records for
tis late in March since lbSi. At 2
o'clock this morning the thermometer
registered I below sero. The cold wave.
winch originated in the northwest, had
its center in this dietric. Chicago.
Milwaukee and Green Bay were the
only places where the temperature
reached zero.
Florida Not Damaged
JA. -u.\nVILLE, Fia, March 17.-The
cold wave did no damage except in the
northern part of the state where little
truck is raised. The cold only extended
a sBort distance toutu of here. Prac-
tiraily no damage was done the orange
trees or crops in the great fruit grow-
;ug ectiiua jof th' itate.
l~iy z ,:r In Ohio.
L v (m March 17. A blizzard
s:rucK :t;, ity last night, a snow storm
raged,. 1 -wed Ly a arop in tie tem-
ieratuie tuI 7 l>*,w zer, at C, a. iu. The
natural, .',L 'vres-ure :cme i weak [i.-:t it
if no1 ti,'' :i t k,- it. vtoes warm and
tiire is iu: u.'n !l--ring.
.),,lt I .-e.', I lir ,,Ik n.
: .) March i7 Ali roccrds
wer, lruk-u f, r c ,.0 ai t t. lu "al ti ureau
last nihit ..ud t:it,- ln ..i'ing. i0- tht-r-
inouneter i:ing .:ro. Tue record c,,ver
.2 Tears nud .,itquil iS BLUWiU Iuring
the month ci Marcih.
'oldofzt Marcih I '.:2l erari.
PITT-p.-' I., March 17.-The mercury
dropped to : degrees above zero about
daylight. Tins is thi client weather
-xorGenced in this section in March for
'i years.
STAGE GLINTS.
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DURHAM Cigars have

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


NICOLA CASSA,
RESTAURANT- -OYSTERS.

Fiarts and Tobaccs,o at Low Pri.
Cizarf and Tobacco at Low Prices.


- by AN IMPORTANT SUIT FILED.
Crippled by City of Atlanta Wants Damages From
Pip'. Company.
Rheumatis.rm ..'k",k Ala&. March 17-The
JR hlim city of Atlint& has fi o t suit in the
R United States court here against tho
Tho?- wnho hlrve i hi'.1mr!It7:?m find 'Aiinniton Pipe ani Foundry company
S ;.C .: :-. ,it .', i. and the Howari H :-risn Iron con.
t) ;--.! --.i > *it pony for $30.0U0, and the case wili prob-
on',i n n -i.1-;t an' i t ;. ,'i i, ul, ably go to the supremee cc.ur before it
tini t,.!y mntlonp y tl d -.-ta v,- .-1v 3- is couciuded.
ing th.- joints to w, !1 arII "t.iff,.n. The city awlegei that a trust has been
producig t a severe achin;, fto l)>:., former' amuung the pipe men for the
S. S. S. haj ben curini. IRhe":iintnim purpose of savaucng the price of pip.
for twenty years---ven t!h \w r:.t Ceastl Ing.
which seemed almost inc :r:,l),., i It is also alleged that the city has
I been the victim of a conspiracy in re-
Capt .0. E.IVt.. t!:. p. i r rrad gard to the bids on pining. Tneo lowest
eo: t..'; r at. .ou It S'h .r: bidder has always been, it appears, the
tnit t:in' !T or ;y Anniston company, which tne city ap-
(tjr ,ti.'t ~i>ini.Al ,do ; pears to believe was a;l arranged for.
ga,.t s ..,, I% %, -San **The suit is looked un on in the na-
cular Rheuniatizia fI. r ture of a test ca-e and it Is believed it
to v..I:s. I couhl 4rt will go to the United States supreme
p.,ro manent Tr, p court. If the complaint is sustained by
scribld i'wyni b ,hpy.licaii the courts, similar suil. from other mun.
I t nflw I am as well a- I r
,',.re ,,i7Eyur. i n .. UNITED STATES IN SAMOA.
Kr~r< ,..*: y>.ur medicine "1
cir-. 4 !i-*. "and I w(olid
"!'!: R EV,,'I 1. tc a.f, ... A Ntvy Department Notiftled That We
rui'.rTnu i -La.iy anyLi,-ddliease." (;et Three Islands.
Ev'- rvhdy kn',ws that R.I'eumatism WASHIGOTON, March 17.-The navy
is a 1.* .-e- d t.ite of the blood, and department has received a report from
only n il ,o xi rmiedy is tihe o.ly pro"P r Commander Tilley of the Alabama, who
trent.:',:: t it. i t ia rmE(dy c,:itir-nin*
It..h i:i.l n li r.ury on ,at vatcn is temporarily looking after the inter.
the tro :,. eats of the United States in Tutuila.
The officer reports that satisfactory
fl with the steel pier and buildings for the
e.S .n D 0 u ThU coaling station in Pago Pago harbor.
I He has little to say touching peaceful
bi-:t. Purely (IW -tIle (I l o.l direct to conditions, but the formal notification
the v, ry c.u-, of th. d' maneint cure t ;:*, r*--n'i...t It i tht the island informing him that in the
only lhood ren.,,*y g u:ir;nt,-,d to) con- division of the Samoan group that the
taini no pota-hi. niirt.y or other dan- three adjacent smaller islands of the
geroius miner:JZl. group had fallen to the share of the
Books mailed fre, by Swift SpZciflg United States and the interests would
Company, Atlanta, Georgia. be protected and assisted.


1 nee to In'ce T nlk.
Itf : 0,ii .i\ :1ii ii l.t:i ; it w ithi n your
r k.11d Ii:. \ i1Ite>I, ill I.nt l'f:1I to atteniI .
IlrgI;:.f Th i- I'r I' ,-.:iJI l'IarI;;. r. It w ill
il.it ,1 < h i;i! tihat tIe S-ixa'.ik .rs
canlil it Iell N ',,, ytli .fii itiW.. You
,iv.: i, rn : Dl tl. Ilipe'rs arIl study louk.ls
lint t -r!.' is uo tilng (]qu:il t. i f'ace to
f:' *C l :i!1. u:i til' uliji'cts tlihat aire of in-
T i' y. ,u iin your (ililing. T'nu
t' r. r' Itithr ways that yill 'an help
t'l inititutt, to do Pgio,. Tlhrc are in
p '-ir ineivi:igh borlhiod l ii1y itmen-i -for
t ,'y vi ra i:i evtry s cti n. unflortiniate-
Iv -who x iil not take t!i' par.rs andi
will ilJ.,t stuiy thiheir calling. Try to
gtt th.-se iim i (,ut at the inistituti, and
yuii vIi\" av.;ien in lim tha desire to
l.ari' ni!' rF'.
Shortage of Range Horses.
M Wyoniuig during the past year than
ever before fur the sname period, says
ile Aruerican Stuck Farin, aind the
coiniming seasiio will witness a shortage
of thfl,se animals In not only that state.
but Colorado, Montana and Idaho.
Hundreds of ranclniiren who for ten
years ipast have paid no attention to
horses., owing to the low price obtain-
ed, art -now breeding anld Increasing
their l;orsrt lhrds. iniproving thIe stock
anil lirvi:iariiig to iear anlinials which!
m ill tini. iig t l.-u :i:,rc' prutOit :vid credit.

l-aer the I^>y i I id You Hawv Always Bc;.;:
Btature Ber y


A.t :i l ,i :i il a. :i7 :i r,. 4 i iti fr
finc'. 7i and cultivati, ti t l i.laitic'
wV i< 'il:u i ', of a inil ortlih if ('or-
dl vai I':irk. w ith i-r<,in loii- tiarii
.li t%-, -t:l,<--. Price t;iml For
; .' ;!,,i itif,,ri:tti,,i tapp ly t \,,, V It.
I>,i: l:i-- on pla C -. or J. E. DI ii --
s i, ik A F'i .. city. l;3iliil

DURHAM Cigars are
the finest 5 cent smoke
Try them at D'Alem-
berte's.


I will rep'lir your watches and
jewelry in first-class tyvle. J. 1.
Stephliens.
Buty your wife one of those
lhandsonme parlor suites
'rom Alfarston




Pl For Pea


The Well-Known,
Up-to-Date Store


E. Government Street,
TELEPHONE 261.

JOHN McDAVID,

REAL ESTATE AND BROKERAGE.
C('ITY PROPERTY. FAI{MIN(}
AND TIleMNItER LANbDS
IFOR SAl.e
Loans Piseed at Reasonable Rates.


: -I(IiFut ';i'vrIiiiient Stree(,t.


TED DZILBT I(EITUCIE B B3flRI 50E,


S. A. FRIEDMAN, Prop.

AGENTS FOR


High-Grade


Liquors.


'-~I! \'ll. T'I I -N.IICI ~i-L -,rrjwlK lEN IAltl)N SOl- I? x:i
VI IY -I N IRI v jMA N-". -: VLl':lRATfEl) (i) ,DPit VAx.
TIIWiK. 12'C.xlt- 0MA). ()III) SILK VEI'VFl. IKEN-
FI(1K Ys ERFlF: HOTIN OF' PURITY, AND)
W~ ('XILL NOT I1ER-ITA


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THE JUG TRADE IS OUR MAIN SPECIALTY.
K) !- 'AL-,.itf.,r th- l'PuIl.u ab-t Milwamuki'e IBf-r. lr'i Ti v
'rv' tiCC *(vI-ry PartI (fC it 4. i


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PENSACOLCA. lFLA.


TIME TABLE.

LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILtOAD.
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BETWEEN PENSACOLA AND JACKSONVILLT.


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0-PROPRIETOR OFV-o

CRONIeS SiALOON
o--DEALER IN-o

Imported and Domestic Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
JUG TRADE A SPECIALTY.
Corner Belmont and Devilliere Sta. PENAACOLA. FLA



McMillan Bros. Co.


Coppersmiths,

General Metal Workers.

Manufactnrers of ani Hadqprters for tfi

Celebrated McMillan Seamless Turpentine Still,
CI it Of aMys N M ai r d i Ii hthicoor.

MOBILE, ALA.


Place For Pensacola
Buyers to Buy


Choice Family LLT


- THE @-


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Telephone No. 46.


.--BEERS, ETC.,--::

IN W03 INO GLASS, LARGE OR SMALL 9'JANITITE.


SOLE ANITS FOR


I'F'N N 11A Ni1) 1?Y E'NVIlt Tr4K Y.
i',ii( )()K IfIi I'll SM It MASH.

ATLANT'A lBRFWINO i ('OMANY S
CE E I-[C' h. I ATE 1) B EE RF-: fI -- I '.% .B huhri.


H. H. WLICKE.


Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter,

No. b South Palafox Street.
All Kind. o. P!umbing aud as Fittinzg Matria'- K.;%' in Hand


TCtjF2PRCOV 9-72-


-- P,..'JArYs, *Cjf~


SOMETHING NEW

*-.EVERY DAY,:-
0 --T*N- --,,

HALL & KLEIN'S


Mammoth Retail Grocery,

502-504 SOUTH PALArOX ST-,
*ZTololoihOn a0O.

rff 'Patron-. Ne'w ;ih Ol tr th-ir in i:w,.-,. "t,,ck.


A. M. AVERY,
jasewpwr l 4o4 0 Weo4JiW.)
IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF


IGJUlUUU I1UL1 QUI1 IVWLQUI QUI TULr Eardv rare

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

looms far Sent by the Day, leek or Month. ( Agate and Tinware and Housef rnilhing Goods.
311, 312 North Tarratona Street, Opposite Union Dopot. Guns, Pistols and Fibilng Tackle.
O-Teiephone 68.--0 AGENT for Birmingham Rolling Mills Company, Revere Glanl
S-.-*GEO. WILSON & C .,.--- Stitched Belting, Northampton Emery Wheel Company, Laftin Rand
S-o. W I Powder Company, Johnson's Kalsomine, Iron Klag and Buck's Mtoves
Dont Forget to top With the at Man. and Ranges, Wm. Coups A Co.'. Raw Hide Laoe Leather, MamNry's Ready
-_. FRESH VEGETABLES RIlEIVl DiILl. HOLEULE All RETAIL. Made Railroad olor,.


HI-n' i nu Hor.l;: 9
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Pensacola. Florida.


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-O- --*.THE CHOICEST AND MOST POPULAR RANOD CF-:-

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4 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, MARCH 19, 1900.


THE DAILY NIEwSB:
Elmtor.'d at tbe Post Office at Pensacola.
Fla.. as second-clase matter.
OrriCs: Pitt Building. Sll"f south Pala-
toe rstcI. up-stairs.


THE NEWS PUBLISHING 09.
Terms-Invariably in Advance.
Ow. Year by Mail. -;'
lp ,lIK M o ttbo "
Tbre Months 1
*ar Nonthe "
One. Week. by Carrier. psynible M Ionday I

THE W IK tKY NEWS:
Pablihbed viry Friday at 1.a per year
PoTtageO frto.

TELEPHONE NO. 118.


Adrertisiag Rates Fuv'is~htd on ApplicatiO'1.


ijNi N K 4W4_


PEISAQOLA. MARCH. 19. 1900.

PUE.CINCT DELEGATES.
Rtopreen tat tve coniiertat lee democrat,~
hare eniloroed the' following ticket for del-
.'gavs from the city precincts to the Dern-
&Potse County Convention to 1we hoki at
Pomelton. April 14 and a*,k that they b~v
Snven a hearty support by the r..trrls.
Precinct 1if-C. H. iingle-s. liavid 8hev--
ban. Wmn. Bazztl., J. 11. Maxwell, and I1. F.
wagstaton.
Preicinct L-W.- A. Moflunt. Thius. llannit'1.
John 4k hri~iu. .J. itveo.. N%:iht" axd VW. 1'.
Duiincan

Precnct --F. H. 1'u.nayn West.


TB E Atlanta J(ournal 1iz'tir4-- i
iti- lipte-t c41tf irnppri-ih'nin t,) ditte.

ye: be ersiimated.
Wl LiAk I N-. '11%CA 1.1,.111:1.1P trunhiie ili

for .;ev#rAr vI ari.. it i iniia. ~'
C.AUI-k -f li- 4e1 W I I a h it'. :1-.; ).Ca 11-f-

te ntrt-l swat- lineyc'iin.wt1 t fo

:h-Ir iii6;ViIiitihe1.1. di i
,,Ar-t% .zrid .41 hin t.*e tli-



Om : o!t1:0-l:' a test Ct.rI.it ian t''C It-li'e
1'2Lctnw. !Li- '.'ro'uizlt -;it a;,-ain-t a
!,.'al C,.u',7') in Baltimoro- fi-r .II
damag*- 'o iinint
tne bulit-! th t it- 1ii1!1umtn.!'V -l
cure !Anin of a -riiut ilhlu-s. 1Bide-
paritizV) .--a r a -inell l.~ .it,- wa-
:'it.. r--,t t a certain if irnniila of
void- ;r":--w wo r-ot. .. ind wiv
;neitr deatt L:A vu-i i:in wa- callf-d I
;ind Li- rt-cove;-.-:. all! ou..rh -low. Wa-
vo-:Up t'o. If "I., C i-t'I.- i- i:r'--lv




T1o c'i:'in. i'.. .-Ll- inii f-
fce- i:it1. 1,:i it-ly e-i~inri-bf--.:oiz-e 1;r


b.- *..illy ri-varkied frv *r rm


tt Lfaiz't i rf''rin-aneucf -.111l-i *l i


It al-')1-Un.- ':: le artv cu-11


ing .'the- lr-iw-ipOe- erarmt'nt--in Qti
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Many t, ii, ve t!,..t Mr. Bry,.i. w:."'
ha !.ad t \c,,p;;i for obh-elvi:ig t!.,- trend f ;.:bl;:,'
ltentile-Il t i: all '.'artte- oif tLhe na-
tiou. fully realizes the- logic of the
situation, and that I'- is too great a
mian to in-i-t upon niaiiitiainlie the
breach i;n the party ca-a-td by the
Chicago platform. but will. at the
proper time. advise t:he f,,rma:ion of
a platform upon whicn all If tlil.
democrats in the country can stand
U .ri h9 a.lt* *"i4..l 1".r ^ ios'm i f thI 1 rm,


become the idol of the whole party,
as he now is of a section of it. Do-
ing this, he would rise above the
plane of a mere stickler for a single
item of party doctrine, never ac-
cepted by the whole party and never
likely to be, and ttake hi- rightful
place t-< the -reate,,t leader the party
has ever had.

It Saved His Leg.
P. A. Danforth, of LaGrang. (Ga.,
sufferedd inten-ely for six ni"uth
with a frightful running sore on his
leg, but writes that Rucklei'- Arnica
Salve wholly cured it in ten day-.
For Ulcers, Wounds-, Burns. Boils,
Pain or Piles it's the bes-t salvn ir,
the world. Cure guaranteed. Only
2*c. Sold by W. A. D'Alemberte.
1)ruggist.


U. C. V.
Annual Reunion Pirot Brigad-. at
DeP.unak.
Veterans' Day at DeFuniak
Springs. Saturday, was one of the
most notable gatherings ever held
there. Large as the crowd was,
there was plenty of room and excel-
lent entertainment for all, and no
one departed unsatisfied.
The address by the distinguished
young orator of Montgomery, Mr.
John W. A. Sanford, was a gem (of
the first water, aud was received with
such manifestations of delight and
approval as rarely come except to the :
real princes of oratory. Hon. Wal-
lace Bruce. president of the Ch'au-
tauqua, was particularly out-,pokenl
inll his admiration f,-r the speakt-r-'
efftrt.
Mr. Bruce and his associate- did
everything po-sible for the reception
and comfort of the veterans atid
their friend-. and not an untoward
incident occuarrd to mar the day's
t n;j'ymniit.
About '2ui veteran- wel- i:i. i:- ira
the- parade.
Mr. Sauford is to-day. and part i f
to--morrow, a guest at the E-comlibl
htel. and will be pleased to iii -t
: (;o of the veterant-S w:,,n may lit' a!e
ill on him.
The Firs-t Florida Iri:a.i-, I'. C'.
V met in atnpuial reiniiiI at- :
'icl eloc, Oeneral (Iour.:e ee-s- p;"ro-
-li:.:. :antd (i onrade C. V. T. ''n.p-
-ain acting as adjutant. The c:uinps
l.,'ated .at t'et-ari, M iltn, Di-Fiu-
't!atk Springs, Chipley. Mlari:rnaI
ad Quincy we-r> repr.-,n-'l.-..
(.-n*( ral Reeus-- in welcAminitli tile
vt-trans in Pel-;uiont wrI.i- r.--
.ind- d tr.em of their glorir-us ini-
-!.ii "to trat-lmit to our pr,-:.-rity a
tr.- hi-tory or the war !"-ttv.eu t!hi-
t;a't-": to k-eep green in ttfe lhe:ar-f .4f
O'ur people tat'e sacred |int llory i i i.ir
t,,inratd-- who Lrave their jiv#-. fr>i
th.-ir c"-ountry.' He al-o dec'lar-.d
that byi -o d,,m'i_. veterans. would init
he It ,as l1 yval to theiir common c>u::-
try and to, its t ai;ry flag.
i('n mln-ti,'n. th!e thank- of t'he brIi:-
:tale wer- t*Aind(ered to the- Ci;ati:t.tui
mi;ta mianu:lxizemIt.-et and th.e railioaad
.,ti>'i::l- fr ".'. rte : t', the l b th,!,
at'ad r: dtir-, d. anld e-p,--al thank-. s wtrnriv
*,sxpr,--? 'd. t i the H in. \V .l;ic -
1;ruce- for hi- uintiring efftort- t- l.,ake-
o(ur un;aiin siiich an e-inir tit -c-
Ti thank- of th: lriratl,. w-r.
tl,- to.ld .r-i-d to ,':.' l!in. .,:... W ..
A. Sat 'i.-:d f.r iii- el, qu-it :rtl-
air --. :a ;I I ai :.- '-* n il -t-O'' ic 'i; .-- -
,I tit f r:ii-!: :a e'. p' a-f t!.'. .s-i :., f ...
pu,, li',tiion!. A v t".- t:-.t.ik- w..-
a l la'le t') t:l- -!.f -iT f t'." (c. :.-
t-.' for thi- ti-- of t!i"-' rr;:: '.a- t:.,
!,i~l,' ,'-,f luK *t ; .._'.
S i-i e--r j 1 (,-or' .'- 4 l '.-e.i, w i.'.,'::I-
!i:it,-d f.,r re-t-l --:i ,: c- -',i,; ,;
Se b1rigad.-. but at hii r <(!ie-t : th'-
j -urn:.d ,iii'-'t-ti g ti -' ; ,!t- i ,a a:
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aT t o t.ill ,f t i, -n '-ral ::;i .:.


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After Dinner
Ti a'-sit digestion, relieve distress
n.ter rating: or drinking tuo heartily.
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KNIGHTS OC PYTHIAS.
Briefltep;irt cf Proceedings of the
Grand Lodge.
Past Grand Chancellor T. E.
Welles and several of the delegates
returned Saturday night from Key
West, where they attended the meet-
ini of the Grand Lodge, Knight- of
Pythias. They report a pleasant
trip and an enjoyable session of the
lodge.
Tbey arrived at Key WP-tt last
Tuesday on the steamers City of
Key West and Olivette and were
met by committees and citizens who
escorted them to Hotel Key We-t.
On WVednesday morning the uni-
form rank of the order, headed by
the Key West Cornet band, assem-
bled in front.. f the hotel and e-eotittd
the members of the gra n, lodge to
the Odd Fellows' hall, where the
courtesies incident to the gathering
of such a body took place. After ar-
riving at the iall,Capt B.A. Walker
called the body to order and intro-
duced Hon. W. H. Harris, who de-
livered the address of welcome on
behalf of the mayor and citizens.
This was responded to by Grand
Chancellor T. E. Welles, who de-
livered a splendid eulogy of the OL-
der. Mr. Welles said lie first placed
his foot on the soil of his adopted
state (Florida) at Key West. and lihe
touchingly referred to some of the
older residents.
Hon. W. H. Har:is introduced
Hon. Jeff B. Browne, who welcomed
the grand lodge in behalf of the
local lodges. I-land City, No. 14 and
Coral City, No. .8. Stipretue Rep-
resentative W. R. O'Neal of Orlando
Responded with appropriate remarks.
M1r. Juiiu- Otto theu pitesented a
gavel im;.ide from tle wood of the
battleship Maine, to by used by thl
.grand chancellor in pre-iJing over
the grand lodge.
Capt. S. A. Walker announced the
various matters tof e te-i tainniteLit
provided for the vi-itors. After
-ingiing an ode, the n-eeting was di--
nii-sed. The grand lodge then pro-
ceeded to the Masonic Tem:ple.
where they were organized i'n due
form.
The report of the grand k-epf-r ef
records and seals slowed thi tllolw-
iung facts: L.idges in-titute., ,; to-
tal member-hip, Decenibr 31l. l--',.
..'17: total member-hi I) DeceimUbtr
:;l. 1-;9. 3.113; number .,f ,uboruiniatt-
lodgi-s to date. .'59; a-set- of su i: di-
nate lidge-s, cash, etc.,,i.'t." t7 : : -x-
pended by subordinate led ;-.- 1,lr
relief. $6.44j9 l% ; grand iodg r-ec ip'-
during the year, 5o.,475.2; ex2p6n-.-,.
:...422 24; balance on hland. C.3.- i i
The grand chancellor's repair;
-howed thirty-one section' of the
endowme:it rank in the state, with
4!,_ members, carrying an iii-ur:inc,
,if $1.I01.54,). During the year 15.144,
have been paid to the bhiificiritrits
of deceased members in Florida.
Onu Friday the se--ion closed, afte-r;
the election and installation of thet
grand Itliceis, as follows:
Randd chancellor, Sunipttr L.
Lowery of Tampa.
Grand vice-chancellor. IH:b.-it
C'i.,k o f ()c;.la.
IranuJ prtlate. WV. A. A:, :1 -, f I)


L.nd.
Grand kepe-r of reciri',c a.ld --, ,.
WV. H1. L timerr oit [Tav.ire-.
Grandi master of fexcie(utI- :. Vv''il.
C. We-t of Jack-solivili-e.
.Grand Ittster at ai i-. J . Vt't-
-.in oi l;arti>.v.
Gira llind 1 ie. g'atr., \V. M ," -,.itr;
of Palaitka.
(li;t;:,! liter ';;ttl i, G V\ :.. -
na.ld of N.,y W\V -.
l'.a-t -r.~and chl.a '.i-ir. T. "F V V.;. -
,,f l'eii-a,.,.lt.


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m,h q, rpev. a- us Aiadrviadf..lt. -n.Qi

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d:,-- aola-hla-c.tair-.buz-t., cl_;.- ~ax
Wi Ir- 'unrt il urgeId 01ta 'Y Dr. K Z..'
Nvm- K'1h-v-ery-.'.O(;-in" ''P" vwr ';
C'UCri-holt'. anid Shin L:.:- ii-
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ia'.ctire--s 'ire Iis -Iitiu iv ri-:
hirit~i.- -11r.<-it iifin- t.1-4.A:1d r.a~-
'' ar- cur-it:z all t..ai A Ct:~ z. io.
tricrhl -lv.'..-I-' nil -!, I 1i1t.
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Made in Pensacola.
ABSOLUTELY PURE.
BONBONS AND CHOCOLATES.
ALL KINDS OF BRITTLES.
POP CORN'SFA FOAM.

ASK FOR


Every woman in the country
S ought to know ab, ut


SMoISers Fricnd
Those who do know about it
wonder how they ever got along
without it. It has robbed child-
birth of its terrors for many a
young wife. It has preserved her
girlish figure and saved her much
suffering. It is an external lini-
ment and carries with it therefore,
absolutely no danger of upsetting
the system as drugs taken intern-
ally are apt to do. It is to be
rubbed into the abdomen to soften
and strengthen the muscles which
are t) bear the strain. Thismeans
much less pain. It also prevents
n morning sickness and .all of the
other disconiforts of jlrgnau,. y.
A druggist of Macon. Ga.. :
"I have sold a !a.re cnanti'vof
S Mother's Friend and have never
known an in-t'anTce where it ha.s,
failed to produce the good rcu:its
claimed for it."
A pIrominent lady of Lam-
berton. Ark.. write-: W\ith ni\
fir.t six children I was in lal)(r
from 24 to 30 hours. After using-
Mother's Friend, mxy seventh was
born in 4 hours."
Get Mother's Friend at the drug
ilore,. 1.00o per bottle.
THE BR4DIflELD REGULATOR CO.
ATLA4qTA, GA.
Wrr!-f.-car freetlll-.al.-t .k, "BFO R BABY
IS BORN."


EXCELLI.I.NT ENIEIRTAINMENr.
Thel Prince of C(oni-'dilann. Alhia lity.
woo-), and ilis 'Peerless Com .any.
'Mr. iHaywood imperlsonatps in (',~ --
tie arid lnake-up a wide range of
eccen-tric elaracter. He is an ul(e-
tious .t. iv teller. He is a sweet
-i i.er of tiright and catcliy osugi.
H1i-, work is entirely new anl up-to-
d ito. lIe *till retain-s his winde-fi;
i'twe r of ,t.rtaininzi' and 1iikiaeii
pan.'l'dr lau ;..
Star I'Feati'ri(s.
M i-s G(crtrude MI,)nroo,, t!:h bril-
liant vilinii-t"..
.Ir. (.ustave Ullrieh, vi :inicI-
1lst.
EtiI H a.rie (' irpn:itr. c. :,-
tr'lto .t:Ln swd.eets: l allad .i;(ir.
Clt-ai--t and funtaiie't gand in Il-t
popular :irtr:it.diin of the. -'a-,- .
Ri-ne-fit'if Elk-' charity fiiund. at
Clutttr's 'tnu-ic hall ti-niglit.
Tickts t.; and ,50 centt.
It i- vr.ry hIird( to st a td idly by ni.
-o -;ur dea( r i'eies sufft-r whtileo iwait-
inl tihe :arriv:tl of tih d(l.ct..r. An
.\ll>;ajty N. Y iiryin:iin c:all-d -at a1
l:.r 1 ,: + i*"" !.!'f fitr ;i dolc' r tii 4'(i, :
.f 1-+. 1+ !.- ( :1:d tl 'i i :.r ~-'
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Who is Rader ?

HIe's the Laboring
plan's Friend. He w-ill
sell you Furniture on
tho easy payment plan.


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to '-.. r .t n"iL t. hat ': : a :. a i i r i
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ali-.-a al d -;>," i V.ly t, t"-- ri-lV f cf
I rii s *t a." in it vn.rit ier1 riu -
tblood p rifi ar dit ti.- Totnic wiln
cure tfoun w ra foth r li ,f thi-s todr-



-a s that' arelici withva its :i dn thP
,It aib.-cimre ~yi' iptolilis.;,>fteni refe.rrn-]
to ot-tper i orn :n- tha. tti stoma'ch.
By take this ad.ltiortun it-to virthn a
general tendoric and inv2'ioratoir and
blood purifi'.r, are noat itnpaired in
"he leaat. No, bett-r tn'-dicine ca:.
be found for the i elif ,,f t!..i;o di,-
eases that are ,) Ipr.-vaIt,!at i:i the
I take this opportunity to thitank
l tr~idnrl' ^t" fTk |I' P, It r ' i I |r* 'l-Ar +it t-a


SH OE,


CLOTHdr'7 'j


Gents' Furnishing Goods Depart f-



SPECIAL-56 Pairs LI li-" O(xford Ti.-. -i/- I t .
$2.25 to $3.t.0 .. .......................................
60 Pairs Ladie-' Button Shoes. i te.s I t ; ................
Thr, ,e fr Fin, Kol,, .I' .' ,- 'ti f-'-,, .,,
Elegant Line' of Mieses' and Children', Str:u: Sli.; ,
Celebrated Merriam Make. Black. Tan. Red and F-':. ,
Up to Date Sityl. -.
Ladies' H house Siippers at................... 7 .-, .. ,
-SEE OUR SHOW WINDOW Fa R .MEN-s S .,;- -e
To Arrive Next Week. New Line l,>y-' ard Yut. .: .-
lurley Stevens' Make. Nbby. U'p t D.I:. I ,- .


Biggest and Best Selected Line of Men's
Boys' Shirts in the City.
WVe are now in a 'Po-ition to O)T r the- Public Gre-at ..-
Youths' and ;y- C thin.:, having in Stock Ov, r 1
Suits to) Select fria ;:.
Men'- Pa nit- in Endt !--a Varie-ty from .... .. .. . ... .
Our Lin".- f N eckLwear Compri-t. I. ry S:yl-. :.,'.I. :. ,

('Ojl',. C'oon && Co.'s ollrl4 ;iii-| <'u'.


Bluilliai! otllloiB S Bon.




Buggies! Buggies_ Buggies!


A SOLID CAR LOAD. Stylish


CAn LOAD E ICES!

Any and Every Style!


Stick Suts?


Pretty Phaeto:.



Top Buggies.


BEST MAKES, LATEST STYLES.


First Come, First Served; They Won't Last Lon.g,

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" --N0'.TIC3 OUR SHOW WINDOW.


B. PERSON.
- 107 southh Fnlafox.
[ '- ,'; ._*,. -l 1* f1,.


COOPER & CO'S SHOW

Will Exhibit at Pensacola Three Da'

Commencing March 22, 23 and


Aidmi ion


Children 15 cent

SAdults 25 cents


JUST OPENED.



i Co-Eeryhing ut and Clean.

*-Everything New and Clean.-


Thre .Mot Attractive in the Entir-e (C'i. It'i'tr M. a!- ~
and Short Ord-rs 'ervf-d :it al ..'urs. specialal W '-k."'


William 2o)noot & $o0.


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6 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, MARCH 19, 1900


Nasal


Is ean tto etage te
,ohould bte clesnr.w.mha
Ely's Crean Balm
the dAisc&led rirm P.rI' ~.


C'rean am Mm :' ..on1!) V:' tb" ro F. rprea
1W4.A.e L3 C-Vf. 1"P 1.1q- ~L'A Irv:r:
r,!:"j orodu-'r'eczx.Lr. ~e 5 eezL :.6& :
orhr nt.;T-:&! S~zp,'():ri e'l! t~v -
ELN b~oTIUEll.'.3,tii arm :Steet. N-~W Y- k.

A CONFIDENTIAL CASE.

it Drought out an Honest Confession
About a tvicaIHogg.
"It lASS 10 It 'I.: (A) a21 ,131tTor-'f ;~

an a ur u.-o i~t i, a ~i,,,,& i j '

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client. 1t, -" 'Is t~I.an~d Ia.*Lng1
Lizu to otitveAdt:. I sai&
~.R- te bcr.the L. :t~inDg I ht
you can di) is to Mnake a el-nnlvlt
of the affair t-t in.'. and thjen I wl
know just v. er I stands. Whatever
you may cootioss to mwe I will trk~at as
.earedly ('oulidentirI. aud I w~ilt do my
tWst to clear YOU.
-1 dIdn~t steal Lis Log.' rolcet! o.'
tbe prisoner.
Then who-re d~d y.)u opt the r:17
cass that wa.s found iU yu~r ,.bz-
14ou' I deli.1awjoeiI
'Frul xour LF Lak p.)rc h tios~,' 1,e
our-wered wvith; a grip.
"Then I r nx'eJthat Just loptoro'
g(sin.l. away I had lvft ridersrs to havt-
mv~ ho- kill"ooI.111d I (-w'ild kpofV gzal
I t ~e' .1 1:xt to t.'i R11.1 n .

fibi ook t'.,o ar' a-% ,t it:.% o .w*
jis ;o'o vri.''t I r so*:\: '.'s re not1r1 1. 1




ELASTIC APPO!%T70ENTS.
Original Wayn~ In Whirh an M. U.
pleas.-. Ill* oinettltuents.



~l0S.:i.~ L. joT ;:..'- .:'-- at h'o 1. *oo.it

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t, L'U I i I. zi 1Ourjor.%' o-t*tli.- (-I:.1'
[I ooKI l too :;:,#' i he!!0 11,C1 or v..t- V '.


andid 'onto'nt. Rand sob onfthro o'7zh t



fwit 1 dolofoor 3n .o' ujy o rIi rr,0-1l- -si-


Holdinig the Ladder.

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SI LEGISLATIVE CANDIDATES -i
REPBLICANLEADERS. DISEASE And Deleae to the Cny onvenVIDAL &
~-KIDNE DISE SES' tion at Powelton, April 14
Following are the candidates f,,r ----
Senators Who Control Affairs at 'e m ost a dof all d the legislature and the list of dt-l. I -
Tn, o.,. TT.... -r.... easeS L-ites to the county democrat conll- -.. -7 '


DONININT )IIN HARDLbWORIKERS'.

Plan to Leftsen the N'umbe~r of Co~n-
tesotalnts Fo~r onts In floe HIousec.
A But.) Publollo (1eilo'u-A Ito.~orter's
ltesuln lce'nce.
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W o. Ut T o-i o I- a Ii T i :1 : ''17t'



fo 01 ol" 10- t 411.10. oil Ii 11inan 10 plr-
fo r ii' (l o-:i-' auo~ l by th~iii '0'litoC-in
777 j 0'In !'.k:- IIjo

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co I, L-.v v I h that 3~.b7 taolr)-h ofr
Itb ..11:1ou 0I 0 0'i ~ 7 Fof 'o bu.o ti~
0 flt who t Ike ill) th lIo gratl ptho~7l~on




pjort f.or l". .It 1-111are the men whol
Colwai s w1 or Iix [a'r-70 Inthe eat Ihje. a.
Mro Aldr VtiebIn E' v'i'rtLc b
mo-n who !take up 111~c. whrot quetqoa
toefouloro' thi-otitestand fomshpe tFourth

Aalw,.ays Vstriothard i tseaated. inl


ced 1t.-; onItran.tooIn!.) tllou houlto byliv r-
tlned.Ii~o-1' .uti ."1rc za to! Iwhich bWill
1.-t .U.1 "- 7....i -L r ~ st eats art:-
o o.1'0.1td t. o 1004o114t1 It-)to Sprgeant
at al-u.a' f t',.. I. out-o.'for thP r*i- rn (if
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art. v 0 ino ca". t0 lev !1r..i 1 0.0 o. O cioltt



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A Prolific Offlelal.


for IA-!it"111 V~ W
0 ol -t~ ..4J-i~ rfloio'1Iizo ll stibI
7, .'. 11 7111721L o looi oo I.v .l Ili-ioot.
t" r 17 1 117...;Is1101L:',0" o,:o_!1 X\r1!I
!Ip .-par-a :c v,: oh .v0 0 -.o1I-for1V


At'l :1 V~. .'t 0~ Sq'h lodlli LoIto 'L

t) 10:ri 0a~ o o .-i~wiarzf l o!!' i-fr
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O. l0 .17711111th--'.es 11
0 :s. -(\o~ Io-.1 -' 100000.0il
i7: i -1-'.-o* -1 1. t)-. \070 '1*1.

tiIt 7l~. 1-07101trot,* ouro .-l


F L~yIS KIDNEY CURE Is m


=or nmony refunded.Contin
r~edies recoginid by emii-

nen phsiian a the best for
Kidney dandBladetrouble
PR= Sgt0. and SP.MO
W. A. D'ALEMBERTE.



prll'o 70:7.to)il. ftljI!.gr Z U 1 1( l -w loxil t'.le
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It !0,-~ 1 at 1

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"Oh. ma. give me some candyy"
"Say 'if you please.' then!"
"Why, you know. mna. that it always
pleases ie:"--Inllchlnelle.
Itles for Len'.


All tfe faithful who Ia2coom-
pl10t1-(1theoir twenity-firs.t year arid
whIl- hay'-' not br-giin their soixtieth
i0'-ar. avkboi ho are not eXemnpt#-d fro. in
,Lo0 tiot)li7.Utioii of fastinig by toickno-zs
117.1 di oork tit- other wo-ll known rea-
art1-. o'i old g#od to fiuzt on1 All thoe
#11 ti-oosv (lays -but 0011.'fullll ieall j.1
Wlow't.thiich nl0blIoit be tkeIntl
CII-0o111 11100W 71 a('1110 (if cofbco. tt a
o.r thin ('loico~-latv. and a !i-mali pivcp
oof bi pad oor a craokt'r. too he taken in
!ho4 IbloriTiinz;and ini the E'vt-in_'I a,7
('-:1 iiiin.III, nt 0doITO0 l. ootil'l
buirt of :a"* ordiniary Iinfal, i- a*IhowtI.
At t~l- Ci- 11711t0011.louttor, (cl0-O-v-.
ii u. ..g.and all k uinds(oif frulit.
fis'0i ani o v#00taltt)1.1:are allowv'.d.
Wh-o'I the prinlcloipl minal (2IIlmot
,withi 17. p rave ilCncovef-'ijerlei h-
ltiko at lit lo0. it is Io0.riflIss~l" -'too
t1t-ik ool~t!,,- n iithe 1or1]i1v
It. t -71(ntt- tthe pv~ro' 0 to- -'i0o.iK '.0'
Ahitin-n~lolcfO iroimi te li-i' ooff l#-4
is-pi o.1*0(1onl all the W'dna-whiv-o
mnd Plri.Ian-oof Imot bn ~rd on ithei Sat-
Wayii of Ember NVer'k avd on Hlyod
010, I -i~ t, of lard is- allowe-d in c(ojok-


in1.
F"-h and flesh are not allowed at
t\,I tille i leal. "V il till Sultidays.
Eze:. chestt, milk and butter imay
obe u-- d every day. but ahe-tinience
froiai all of these is recommended ou
(ood Friday.
Persons exempted from the obli-
-ati-on of fa-tiug are not bound by
ttiH restriction of Ili-ing meat but
,.iict a day on the days in which tho
u-- oof miat is permitted loy dispein-
<< t i< i .
Children over seven years of ag;z'
are bound by the law of abstinence.
unie-.- excused by ict'kness or other
ctal.ts- .
The paschal time. in which till
(atlioll0Ic who have ro1n1e to the
ye ars of discretion are bound to re-
c-ive holy c'jinmmunion: worthily. 4-x-
t'tld-' froul the flr.t Sunday of Le it
till Trinity Sunday. inclusive. Chil-
.lrein ol er seven years of age are
boun I1 by th: precept of annual con-
fo--t'.1o. Pa*,to -eto tiat !1.., children comply wi:tI
:i:i duty.
T'f l' h,,ly o-as-on of I.eni i' ia tiule
,f pr.iaver. of sorrow for in,. of s-clIu-
'ioin from the world and it nitamtit-
u:,tl.t!'. and oif lenerlous aim-givig
} i a -i. civil intdult rante-d t, th."
!,1-l':.,I a t i l I':it d :. S:-ttcs for :,-i;
;t-ar-. da:ij.1Z fi -ll .M lar:h 1 -. 1- '.>
.",,rkl : petopl)t, w'w to catln as ;tlly
, lI-, rvo- thl- c'olilio l, :aw .f th-
.". lir (di.pIn'I.i- l from tio ,t).-
i!_ Otloli o f ab.tin tilC1' oil all (1days ,of
* < r et-x-'p: Fridly-. A-ho
\V, ti .>--thy. Holy Wv'akK and Chri-t-
,,t x ,'I0i, 't f r. ,i : t ;i 1o l t n ,,n1 ,l o ,h
.;. i' I ,u f i-til-,. wh-r' '-1-'i'h X-
-'-. l. ot ,), i: :1111," .* 7 t 1 .. ut'. ot
?i ., .. .-r :it t :a -^ .n 1 :;' .: l. 1:
1 ',i 1. -. towo -v r. r0 o ,t o, ly riiy i:,dl-
N ;,i, i w. rk!.'., ii 1 w o..t- favor i: i-
d,'i7. t:-d. ,oit l l t, II o 0 i) r- ,,f t .o ,
to 'i : &.! 1 t ,-l :1 r turn it i- x-
:..", ; to: il .1I.0 r, 1iri' i ,-i'7 0I 1 0-1 ,-
.v t i. It l l ilt vhi I NN I, ,1 i t ,

d- l, t. I t> iiIu t th .ir ait-:' o !;;t -
: ; .ft: i,. .I'" ':a :r,', ,I i:.l ;.ill;? i\ivi'!i.. A
:ir ,-; *:,: ; v..o,, !,y c 'i-7 ,t,; I. t.a',tt o)f
>t'-t,. Il;!. tol,'i ;.7. I'7;.t f:"!*n; '.* ;Ilm U-
i >,.:-. iIn lhon, 'r ,-f ti.o' -0tcrt- tI : !1ilr t o.f
,,nr c ivi!.o- ?av i,'r.
','.,d u*i7 t ahout their ol)II.,tio,, t,
-: or absttaii;. otut t.t to ap;ly to
.' :r -' i' i :or or .ofeo-sor for advice
EIlWAKHi P. A I..'-v'.
IBiihnn of 1\.>i!o


venltion at Powelton. April 14. n-
dorsed by the Workin'men's tI.ei,-
cratic club:
For ine Legislature.
C. Morouo Jone-.
H. C. Clopton.
I)'legates to County (Conventionn.
Precinct 12-H. H. WVi(cko. F. R.
Po-u. I. A. Credille. Win. Carmii-
chel. Tho-. G. River-.
Precinct 13-J. F. L. Quina. Ar-
thur J. hn-on. J. C. Avery, J. Whit-
ing Hargi-. .l.a. L. Sweney.
Precinct 14-Gui Eitzel. J F.
Raar-. A. E. Z-l:u-, H. G. DeSilva.
Jas. O()'lirien.
Precinct 15-Th,)-. Johnson. John
B. Jones, F. E. (.oninmyns. W A.
Duniham. H. A. Witi-,is. lirm-tf

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


NI


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I These tiny Cnpsuls sresuperior
to alisai of cRpaibm, Sole Agents for Celebrated YELLOW LA .
C'-bebs and Injections. "
[ ey]cure:a44a8hoursthe i--other High-Grade Whiskies. ,
Lsame dise aes without any inc.n.
me im"ce tLDoBYALLDRJGGSTS PROPRIETORS OF THE OFFICE SALO?:.
... .. .....D G ALL DRUGGIST


Coffee: Coffee!:
I'e call the a(iten/rin o/
the/ general public to 'le
fact that we hare o.ne 'of
the best etqippcd i ',t.,siurs
in the South, and that we
can furnish this delicious
beverage at prices that
defy competition. We also
wish to remind you that our
Coffees are always fresh!
from the Roaster. While
others are old and have lost
their aroma, ours is fresh
and delicious.
K 'ew Orleans Grocery Co.,
JAS. M'HUGH, *
Phone 105. Proprietor.


OPERA HOUSE.


0ON E VEl1-K I


(0o)M'3IEN('IN4;

Tuesday, March 20.

1alill8 W( (diilSay, r2iay, ailrlday.r



3al wii-MI17Uiis C

Walter S. Ba'dmin Mlnager.

TIE-Si-AY NI(HIT.

DEV I L'S WE B."

l. '. f7,'- "ll., 1'i y i; i7 .h It If &..' -1,r 1 p ;fi l,.(I
t,,. 0 ,, 'l- ; :;l. lt )iHtli 7'. 4'-1i, 7' l,0 '0 t.


PI1 1 Yo / '<'1 AS V '


NTiihtT B. ol anmd :;). o'*.


WEEJKLHI ClIIEDUL1E
FOR STEAM DIVISION
PENBAOOLA EIUCTRIC TEIRMINAI
ItAILWAY COMPANY.
Trains leave Pensaoola for the Little
Bayon, Palmetto B ach, Warrington. Navy
Yard and Fort Barrancas at
4:*) a. mn. arrive at Fort Ilarranass 7:1; a.n;
10:*i a. m. arrive at Fort Barranca I(,.t,5 a.n
I :() p.m. arrive at Fort Barranea 1:46 p in
8:;W p. m. arriveat F'ort Barrancaw 4:1:. pm
6:15p. m. arrivenat Iort karranca 7Til pm
*b:00 p. m.arrive at Fort Barrancas 8:45Sp.m
Trains leave Fort Barrancas for Peo D-
cola at
7:W a. m. arrive at Pensacola...... :16 a. m
II : U p. m. arrive at P'enacola ...... 11 :46 p. m
2.01 p. m. arrive at Pentacola ........ 2: sh p. m
R*) 0 p in arrive at Pensacoia 7:4." p III
7:00 p. m. arrlveat Poenaeoia....... 7:45p m
*8:45 p. m. arrlve at Pensacoia......... : p. re
*saturldavo only.
In effect Dec. lIt, 1.od.
STUDAY *CHXrTIrE.
Leave Pen.acola. Lv Fort Farraneoe.
9a.m. 10 a. m.
11 a.m. 12 .
Ilp. 2.. m.
Ip m 3 p.m.
s p. m p.m.
p. m 6 p r.
5 p. m. p.m.
6p.m. Tp.m.
raF. o? oR WKKXK DATo.
Pa'rnsaco!a to Fort HarrancAanI r,"trn 4.
Ponsacole to N.ivy ard and re:rrn -fc
Pen&scola to Palmetto B-ach and return 15
FAlE Pojt ArT'wDAY
tensaoo'a to art larrance& Navy
'ard and retnrr ... 0<0
Pensaoo'a to Palmetto ]& asC '.. i
No freitht r-c. -o3 a't 4.1l o. mn


GRAND IACI tli-ION


C. lH i'tE".'.
PI':a0.e71 ".


W l. 11 K .- W 1.1 S.
N ., t n' rt ..- :;;t


W .7I .01 I


First National Bal.
,


OF PENSACOLA. FLA.


WM. H KNOWLES, W. A. BLOUNT, F. (". ERZiNT. W. K. E i ;.I.,
D. 0. BRENT,





WffWe draw our own Bills of Exchange on Orrsa trta:1
Oernany, Franc's, Anstria, Italy, Hc.1land. Spain, Belginnm. 'tth-oA'
w y. Swoden. Dc-,iunark and other Earcopoojr conntrres.

AWVolriel Blabursed upon the Mo)st Favora~ble Tcrtro,-. ar i
Obligatio's TakcuiPavable aot Port of Dost1wz-.A~tcv Ton c-r Fif'o4tl..
;if t r Veouiel Arriveoa tb erg.


ZVWSafety Deposit Boxra for Rent In Counncel-sta~
with Which we have a Pf'rtntn Alpartment for'tzT.


Cold Weather
Coming. ,
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O r 7 ,1 0 *:' ,>r.10- \o, ' o-.-r"; 0.
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T Thompsoo. Olse 0:.



Coal and Wood.


Telephone No. 147.


It;: I 1711., :001.1 7" 70'.


THE ORIGINAL --


A. B. C.


BEER.


~ V. J. VlD~h, Sole Wholesaler.

A' I~ 10 H K113. BRAIMS1113 IE, PORTED AID DOIE3L

dPail Jnes and Uho Wriins CeIebrat~d VMAs-7
.0TRY A BOTTLE OF CELERY TODIG.
~ ~AL0 ~ PH ONEI 154. :: P. 0. BOX "-I
JUG & ]FAMILY TRADIC SOLICITED
ft~~D d to. Froo .1)#-Jiv..ry to'. iv Part "of thp C('7r.
-- OWAII ord00r. loft at Tn.- t~'o~Vidal & Mmllb* will t,#- oiir.


WING:. HOP& O1--.-


GRIND EWINERBAL['

No. 2,' 4iv -71, Kt


Chinese and Japanese Monday, April 16, 190:


*ZKFancy Goods,--*
FINE CHINA TEAS.


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hlo~ko I th'''-. 1:-kI m-.%.s.jfo't0-


Grist and CornfveIT1'

19 -F. G O N:;Z', E Z &~



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it troot ~..'c~ommfifit'0'inflwbiclo vooi liv- and


Geo. Pfeiffer, A~gent,
P E NS 'X ( '()LA.%
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, MARCH 19, 1900.


1 I


L6.&T WEKK'S EXPORTS.

F' rpig rhtPmeuts Were Valued a
$331 9TO
The recurds at the custom hou'e
r-how that during la-t week our
Pteamshl:pa of a total tounage of
O.N41 arrived from foreign ports and
*ix ptebmsh .pi and eight sail
vessels of a total tonnage of 15.507
cleared for foteign port.
The -tiipmemtta of the week to for-
eign ports were valued at $331.97t.
a id were dititrlbutedt as follow-:
I iverpo(Al 4l.'I
Hamburg
AH I-Iran HsI1 : a'< a i lli* ..'..4
lKtord t c l .I :t2
l.ube-ek
Mo* "It. ll,, "
Caernarvin .
f-t. V.-ri-
Total .. . T,


1The Itt-tnr' of extiort were:
T1 twbr and lunitber.
V ieu r, I rot i rI ,ie. ,
4 *mk lU~t. r. *1b
I- w~iotiae
Cottn. bu-ital-
t . tolI ~ t-
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36 Uri.h


Dr. BulIlIs Cough Syrup 13 tlhe remedy on
t rai-'.-l ..*O&'I oir ILt!na tZ t., itroi
tiv "Np. -,nI t'. t -*-.1kI.I





To thei laen1iiecriti2 V4t'.r'-
For thet- m form.4:iton 4 f ti ho-v %hao
are in doubt. I toeg to qluot1e froaud
comnmunicaition of lion. J oh at D.
Cody, cbeirwan board ecvutvt coni-
iniptiionte-rs. He say --.:
"Iteplying to sour ei~quirv of ro-
cent dyste. %ill estate that t he !-.#ai1d
di-atrict i-t conmpriced of prv--zuCt-!
Nos. 12. 13, 14 and 15. kiiowu as city
precitict. slnd previnet No. -,. cou.-
inotily ktiown w- Kupfriatll-.-
I d-etre- to jh.le al~il to th*- atL'ia-
tiou of the voter.; that uzvdt-r h-I'.lAw
a't113' a-uclt citizens' a.;hav#-.-be#nt--i(tiiti.
ifie-d by ro-gi-tt-ieritnj d pt;i., hg too-r
poll1 tax for ite yoe:tr- l'.i- slad Is.tflI
before April 1-t Wi!I)--i"aillowed to
llarticiii~tte lt ithe 1-rinilarite-Apiut itIi
atid a- thil- tci ax t.t a he paid ill OAte
]oti~i-u1.at11ain .i I -e'uldepc
Itilivtand a-k my
it-ll, idvt-n'-t-ill-ur

lIa d-- th1- t i4' ta.A Iffii, .1( *

ktt''aai thI ta I' 1I- "o .4- &IV te a'

l-'r; t- ix 1- i4' 1, i tt 1kil 1 -

L r' t hat t; ow t e '1- *r tLI:
L.11itaritar 1 .4 11)1 .. wil -1i It i': I '- i




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a-j.in >:1:.-Id Aotf ;


f NI M tnide).
itH aK -: "M 4-1 V6lIe h- la.1-ttl
f-t ite,4- V k,thtt t -ie
could -t 'turn tira -,r r ti 1- (da!oate.
A:a-u-i tgt -tit!.-, 4if FI, l'tric

tatd alele 1- doel1-1 twtj w''rk. 'I I-s

Juicki cure !Aav-rvitt-tA",o..le:e-.
4t-li-c.u-it, ttfllclio-ly. ttc .,,iahe-. back-
.ah.fauint lw: .Izad I zz v-ell'. Ti
mrleworkito it mdia-ill'.-aa a1
t-*--Ikd tai wea.ik.- ick: -e, rima -w i1-i
j'lo. Evi rv yb~a tlo- Ona artee. )ly
Fvtj ca-ut-. Sailal toy W. A. DAlea-m
bt-rte, I ruijrgi It
M. It. 1.
The reg-taul sr '-f,-enit Iv wo-t-
ing Of thle Younliz ar% ~~u.=
League will be Iteld Tuve-dav ucitf-
tjig.M(arch .i. at s o'-lock.
Weather Utindl~i ini.
There it; a statrm central Att Iuke
Superior. with a hatrtitnter dtpres--
f-iou. which j- c(L-,1dortabl-. trstatizr
tiouthward to the middle tu'f coast.
and an arex o a.if xgtth c~ta.. 'oilor
and clear wtvat er a idvait-xing frttin
the we-t.
These eomiiI' i i. -i Itaye t--t 14
tttunder,-torm- ktd~ir: .. tilo p't-L12
hours iilWe-aterni ard.I.tIitut
Allabama.t. si-pi.aulWse
r.nui-a, el-tee. ta1tij 0,dI- tat 1't-1 i--
ian .and N~orth Dak..t'i.
Prectptttt iviqllwits wt-l ~ a t .d
e~j(c4Plt irt, !tu,- mit411 w '-kt. -~tiLr

ol ' -tUCi citin 1t t tdti J!t 1 i iT,t'I.,' I
Mi1144d'i v- l-adran.1 --
w -$at 1.:41; j. t.loi,-au-:it '- i


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MARITIME

AiRRlV9l) ATQURNIE
Nor bk Loulie. 10:5S Lorentsen. London, to
l'.ntscols Lu~nber 1 o
ARK! VRI).
Nor b~k Sizril. Z4 Hauan. Preston, to Pat-
tersoni. Downing & Co
Br bch S:Prra. 134, salrag.L. Havana. to
John A Merriut
Nor hk .t otiot-dia. ''. alvt-r'.on, Ant-
werp. tn orler
Nor bk (jl'nt.. Lar.-t', FYI'twood. to
orde-r
Noar hk India. '7-.'.J~.- Funchal. to
Gjulf Nat-ai '-tor-b i4..
Nor b thi ::..rOft- t.:t..Lo,-iison.
loueri aaid b .N-r-, .,) ord. :- sId t~y order for


Ani1 sci R 1- *--h .II.Wi' -La .4-V. Mont. rv ., ty
M 1 4 1 (-f or Ma; i t za %. '40 1 t 4 f t U I I
bor. raluerS atit $rP
Nor s Ifr tW'~il'--a .- 141HUSsa.
Dunwodly d&Co for Ghenst % itt i ,, .37.e.NSmft
lumbtiberu. ~ltied at $14 i-
KPAD 6!- Ai icia, Ruiz. addict oual tCfjrj:t for
Liverprool. zi I .41h ()ts it ton, lain
wood iimindle-., :.. ft xum lIflLibter, vaut( Ii
at t'?.
Brs- At-yde.t'ns m .,:e,, additional car 0
for~ V ,c.7 r ciot oaII, -; to..'
Phiosphuste roc... '.iu"ei at $14.12:;


AT LQUARAN41KIT






R~rto Im IP


*Nir 1* *. *'. ra-t'!.-nt, vid for


N\r tii-hH
-r
SARK@.
1 ~--s .- *- 2.ConLa, tio llatr..)u n-
.%or lit:cn-a. k.- n~-n'n, ti)oruder
It tA ji tk' u m:o.a~co
IL i'u.- FVu,2I;. ::17*. araro-Ita, it# order
t-ut-I'l ilt~r~fti ~.i~utra.to ordt-r
_Nu(or I- 'ltemir. *ci-l. A idtvi.to tolder
Nor I- : M.i *74 -. anode-,'to order
Nor HlwSho. !'_'4. YNeI-rn to W bK4AV4ur &
C')
\orlIL'..r Anler-in. to 1,I Co
It Itft~ia. %o;. F. '.dpit. I I.t. o I Torn.
It L.ullga k'. #V.. t'atrn-a. to W 15Ka-yt,,r &
Co
.Nor Mvrzotpnre. 117), Johnscon. to B~arp.
Dutiwo~ty t'r Co
Nor Norm. l'A~t. Wikhm~e:"o to Pensacola
L u tu ber Cto
\uir Norway. PC, Henriksen. to W M ey
ser & Cov
.Nor t ocean. 57,Thom-"n't. to order
Ntor P'erfect. 6%3, ILarit-ti. to W S Keysor
& 4'-
Nor Rotwrt t'crafton 'hJ zt -ifor
Rcoomriau
,t thmnavo-rm. .M~ ozzn. t,- Rotasco NroG4
ltu-. Tli.)% 1turry .7-. Mtt,*-n. to aai s,
I)utiwudv &t4 o
It '1 i-Oto., r..ia~r-leatA Ito laar [tun-
wody' & ('4
Ain Velo'a:: I.. T ~~ ,to E IE Saun-
der- 4 C(o
;t Ff.tiis.- Url-Iq 1. tL14:18;3, Dun-
V6 ody & i


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R4 0Id m.i t I',;- ad it nt
14' or -i 1. a fN..-.t a:bilM- -ar-ii 7

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H-ritnichett~i Ii.,It. Au '-t rv( hv A-nn-tlaf
UhW-ftak.;t. IFu-.-, t4t tr.iil k-ne
I)FUrItti. 44%%, -I I :ii bt

Ii.-c I1
a- rtP; tiuitax .i ,4 N-. thja4rn 't r'7
Not~iv r.4,ar P.r ai{. Rvtat
JajIlan Ir'--.Nor. l-It( hl i',ttnanaatal 1NOV
loohauinti-. Nor. s'a1 Tortasturg I 'it.-j
Louiti. Ku%. <:%,%;d It a twu r-.,c-hI
Ma: c~ala. it. isid Harnt-tirg. Nov
Olt%. .Ku-..qd .6"%al .I4 c'-
i'na~ia tIpdre-. It. I.tt-. t4Ai mn-t.riiitl J an:0
v-;tellIs H.ItL. 'El. s' Lt 1V *t~q'%,.%,'.
Xxiluts. N..r. sict L..-r Mot 'Ii~ i
Viractala.It, dtid Mndi.n, k X-0)'


D T w, r:L. v,-U '4 rt t
S-tawaich uti-.-tin e-a
te' : tn A.3, *'a.-t an,.'!trie~.
tAt 4(14ot to 4!'p '-411-an ~-d l.:gh.
Vfu car, mana Ai (;- -i
(" ntae %here .-)u ow. 1;)..'
lWo Y-vi ulih the World I r-! r' iser'
W,;. vi4'pt;'ee y -. rti.4, A strt


Ur" to eirtriar! :Porn tc
If -u tLarif l, 4l4-2 men kxr,-wieIW.e
T~i-e t-:tg--t it rre %iu 51'e.
"i %u -14h tt'.e winrll Aere happy?
Tmr,.enhk-mtr dew tiY u"v
Jut z., 6aster seeds of kinr.,2nes
A% 'i % u'&.d COW. tthe 'as,'.
Fw r n-h s -r f 1.e -iI
IMa3 tI-- .fttmn-s t'a-sctl r.-
La :h.-f~t a :t--' anr.-t?1a-r
L:: a W h f: rW 1.o

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NAVAL, STOM d-i IARtI(r.

ieportrd Ilally fior Tite Nevs, by
W 5r-.re. CoMoes i.


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SOLD NY


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OVER THE OCEAN.

Paris objects to bullfights. Revolutions
are quite as exciting and not nearly so
dangerous.-St. Paul Globe.
General Kitchener has a reterd as a
man who will not stand any nonsense.
As Oum Paul has something of a record
in that way. the clash will be a severe
one.-Washington Star.
]tumors about a ipo.sible .confli-t be-
tween Japani and lRussia are becoming
nuinmerots eutouihli to cause anxiety. Peo)-
ple have learned in recevnt years that war
can happenU.--Indianapolis New s.
Great Biltain is rather late in prpo;s-
ing to dtumoi'ratize her army. but better
late than n,-v'e. Them,'s vast room for
ri-form whore no young man can enter
tl.< rivanslry uLniess'- his father can give
Iim $2,.30 a y-ar.-Boston IHerald.

THE HOME DOCTOR.

T.;:t:i nitil liver complaints are certainly
b n,-fit(t :i;'tl ,,ft(.-n c-red liy a free con-
si 't 1.:i,: of tnioins. either raw or cooked.
Th hluittii.il us-e if tea as a means of
relit'vinig hltailach. i'-. says a doctor, with-
ouu di)ilt ian efiiivnt cause of rheuma-
tlill ih n in Itt-rous *ma:'S.
( juwe4. 'ol4l (coeotn, cheoClate creamni or c lhi
honillnti is t. t o.::!y tm:eat as well ag
drii.k. but i< even ttiore cooling than ices.
Hianldsomiiie Iligries.
If you have noi t yet inspected thit
file lot of new litigies--riizht fruoili
thle factory, at factory pr-r---'_
titl -e thelt-i at once, at J. 31. Hi'-
liird & Cou'.
A'ttend enitt rt-iiinment at ('luttfr's
Hall Mond:ay-Albal Haywood Co.
B-' (*l) -.lt, a'nili'od ;ind h-n-ftitted.
,0 ?43T1nn titie lt'alp cliarity fund idf
Elks.


SP0 14L NOTICES.


OHEN,


FRIDMA i& go's


S CURTAIN RAISERS.

Minnie Seligman has signed a contract
to play in the Keith houses exclusively
for some time to come. She is in New
York now.
Grace Van Benthuysen. daughter of
the managing editor of the New York
World. will make her debut on the stage
in ('lhi,-ago next month.
lliji: Fr':-nandtz, .. J(. Saville and
Frank ll;iItth are eniebers oif the "Coun-
t" 'hiffon" *coinplny. which opened in
N- w NYork -'iiii ti i. Frank lDaniels will devote next season
t., tht Pacific 'coait stand thi territory out
t.ait waiy. aid will no't lie back cast,
wlhre hI- is now. f r t wo years.
1.in.t. tt C('orriga i. wiho sie('c . ..; : in tit ar in "l n-the tiir."
hil- i',i>nt' ,, w ll thint hL. h:l-i le'ri n n-
g.-l to pilny it fior twgo y.va- ahca l.
ltich: rdl Iardinn ; I Davi.' dil rnntizati,,n
of nin lliiilner"' lis; tt- en ia pr,.luti'iin b.y RoIllrt Hilliard. Three
a ts '.1 h- re':ii'il it t.ll t t he storit-s.
'-.,'r" e'k 've . l'ir (f -nioe iew plan
4f \- ;"y i".;itj '!i;li's. The last report
i- tt. -!' io t, r tho*e itl.- role in
the fw.ir i-' ')tg n-l,,' drama, "The Angel .
,if l A. :!,'.v ."
Ti' I *rn;r.i,"' M ir; r s!\ys in a lInte is-
,":i.. n n a ,' I t em alo be
<151 :h th,' t n,:g:iem-.r:rnt is derivi:ng a
.-l:;ar. .f lth p:. !i: .f the trallio.

CHURCH COLLECTIONS.

T'I!. Il'-v. Dr. WashIt::ton GAtildecu of
S'>lil;n:l'l!S. 40.. hias o!l!.";t 4l o., l,eeoi t '
a i.i: ',':" of ;"t. 'ivy c.' il of that lli-hli I.' '* t, ', l .l** ,.,',.Ip !? 'of M as-
.t, h :- i- ,r, f thi- w.r.tthiis.t clergy-


R'l \. S.an.M:-.,il A. 'Diot, tht secre-
tarty ,I .:: A:. .* :ri vi I'nitaiai a .n a-
ti.,:i.. i ,,.,- ;i:,,il t.> il '.c rt the lliahi-d
rr, .n 1 .:..- :i '< t'oith er t:.: .... ,.i[:.,..; f > t" hll' ,S,1 lh C -.' i y o'gatio1ii.l
.lr;:.. f l'. -', i. .inld tit will r mniain i:1
his > .: t ; ., -ii ,' .
D, v. Ir. .M:i.:,.n.7ie. a prolniteent Pros-
lbyt,.i-i oiiii] T ui'h a haire ila San
lI.ratiisco an 1 prof'ssir at San Anselimo
.taniiry. is said to b< the richest clergy-
man In California. lie made his fortune
bimnis.lf in oirango farming while attend-
ing to his clerical and educational duties.


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
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, in all colors and prices.




K, Our Stock is Immense!






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















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Carpets,lMattings, Curtains, Window
ShadIn Men's, Ladies' and Misses' Footwear
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Fior the next; ) days A. .1 '
kin%, will order ortautl,,'.i A "
fl')cingf at such low pric.- ," *
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any kind, froni 2 feet to 4 f r
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iron fencirn fcif all kirn 'k \
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furniture or house fiurn
inrs until you htie e
.tAfrston 64 Finch'v s,,
Their prices are louw': ,
stock is complete, an/l ',
will sell iou what you ,r
on lonf time.



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