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DAILY


NEWS.


VOL. 30.


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 20.1900.


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


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NEGOTIATIONS ARE PENDING
D)uiuu nlaC G (.overuatatl IP'repirlng to
Refund Her 1Publ;e I)-b'.
Niw YORK. March I t.-A dispatch to
TLe lHerald from Santo DI)omingo savs:
"Newtiatious wnich have been pend-
iug nere since eariv in uFebruary be-
tween iee l)uiinican government
ani t;i-e ".:--L D)lmingo couitAnDy of
New York -or tuc liquidation of the na-
ii final debt. as weli as the improvement
,.: t:je mpany's financial affairs, nave
reP :3i-: an agreement agreeabe to the
.\A:tIerI aun .W,,-knoluers of the company.
I1.* in.1n, which \vs or:glually sug-
gesite by 'he improvement couipany at
t:e ; -.,ue-t of president Heureaux. iA to
luni tILe '.,Uons ot iUr t.h ut-.uding
* ',At .- to. bDin are piresenuta the
:i:>oPr .veill n n u .:y A ... t~ 'u up t--
u .;,( :<,r tree yev ar' .13a i isu scrip
a ,1. no.ia.-rs thereit.
"T1 hy anry m" chazije t'is cantict LDe
a c mp.olilei. tio're wi, 1 ..1.. i a accU-
: u.a.t-d it is estiimatei. a sufficient:
'uu i tI) guarantee ab-omu:eiy tae prompt
iaymu-nt of a.i dents au i tete opening of
A n.-w and ;lrouerous era fur the Do
nilI Can republic.
'i, the terms of the agreement en-
tered ,nto by the government and the
improvement company, the latter.which
wd, stuil retain its agents in the cus-
tomsh 'uses of the country, will allow
the government a more liberal asum
monthly for its budget. This has been
a sore raiat with tue DLominioan admin-
istration for some time and the agree-
meot happily brings about a better con-
dition that will make conditions pleai-
ant all around.
"It is considered here that Santo Do-
mingo has made excellent terms with
the Amencen company, and has started
upon a path of greater prosperity and
dieveopoiea( than has ever beeu known
in its history. "

A HIGHER DUTY ON GRAIN.


G(jTermian Govrstsuenst 8 eks a Compri.
mite With the Oppositiu.
Bra:LIi, March 19 -The Frankfurter
Zeituug says the government has made
the offer to the Agrarians party that if
:hey will abandon their opposition to
tue importation of pickled meat the du-
ties on American grain wiil be raised
after the expiration of the commercial
treaty. Tbe duty on wheat wail be in-
creased from 5 m rars to t6 marks per
ii,ubie centnera.
')u the subject of t.ie meat imp rta-
,:on bil. The Hamburger Correspondent
says.:
"It is certa.n that Americans wili
not luietiy atcc-pt II;i,tatou, or, to
speak more c;riectly, an aoso.ute .;ro-
tor i)un of tue tmat
**W'e min.t reckon with i-onuter ineas-
r.es on the tart of the Un(e i :-utates
wic'a wi.l du Itinen!e damage to our
,oin;i;erco and sU.,pping
"It is true that tor years ti at A.men-
'an cu imiiiierctai legislation has been run
,1i sucjl inl0s% ai ti; giVtU ns iittie reason.
wh-n ldrawair up t.us.omin regulations
!or (-rmanyy. to par any particular re-
gard to American trade.
"In tact. in certain quarters reprisals
f-r an-d against the treatment ot Gter-
in.i inimport have been made.
Vi'le S.Utit-t I lt,- s Va-E'rlanatel.
.NE. If \'v., Marca i.1 -At Chapel
today Presideont liadley told the s:u-
dents of Yale university that t'e ex-
citement concerning the smal4ox was
not warranted by the facts. From the
first, be said. there had been no con-
cealment of the truth. In view of all
the circumstances, however. President
liadley advised that all the students be
vaccinated. -
T. %as Asti-T'rust Liw Ialid.
WAsaHINTO. March 19.-The su-
preme court of the United States today
rendered an opinion in the case of the
Waters-Pierce Oil company against the
state of Texa, affirming the decision of
the course of civil appeal of the state of
Texas. The case involved the oonstitu-
tionality of the anti-trust law of Texas.
which was sustained by today'sopinion.

Vire at Athens.
ATisis, Ala., March 19.-A fire broke
out thbi afternoon near the public
square in a lot of frame buildings and
promised for a short time to become
diastrous. Afeer a horoic struggle, the
fire was subdued without serious loss.
The origin is a mystery.
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AMENDMENT TO THE INTEREST CENTERS


PUERTO RICAN BILL


IN POWELL'S FORCE


It Is Presented to the Senate Lord Muthune Holds the Pas-


by Mr. Beveridge,


sage to the Vaal.


ALL DUTIES ABOLISHED THE RELIEF OF MAFEKING


It Provides For Fre Trade Between
the Island aud th rinite.d States.
measuree Is In Line With President's
Original Suggetstion.
WASIIINGTON, March 19. Senator
IHeveridge today offered i ith following
suln titute for the Puerto ltican bill:
"Ail articles comining into the United
States from Puerto Rico or guing into
Puerto Rioo trom the United States
shall be admitted free of duty, but this
act shall not be construed as extending
the legislation of the United States or
any part thereof over Puerto Rico, and
it is hereby declared that the legisla.
tion of the United States is not ex-
tended over Puerto RIco."


Yo Nwvei l: c-ived of Colonel Plum-
'1et's Advtince on the iBeleaguered
( ty--Speonlatlon Rife as to the Conr-
to-mplat*-d <3lverin-nt of lriltish.
J '.I)'. March 1' -Neither the ad-
van *a by way of Fourteen Streams nor
Coonel Puntminer's movement have yet
resulted in bringing news of Mafeking's
relief. From Bioemfontein and Natal
thf-o are apareutly no developments
and public interests remained centered
in Powell's force, undistracred by the
events of greater military importance.
However, it appears ;ikely that the
movement of troops toward Mafeking
indicates much more serious purpose
than merely its relief, judging from


Speaking of the amendment offered Lord Methur:e's presence at Warren town
today. Senator Baveridge said: and the capture of the nearby passage
"We have followed the president's of the Vaal at Fourteen Streams. Keen
suggestion appropriating $..000,000 for observers believe Lord Methune has
the immediate relief of Puerto Rico, made an advance in force by way of
which is more than the house bill would Rustenburg. This might start e4her
have given she island in the entire to trom Fourteen Streams or Klerkedorp.
years of Ite life. and would probably coincide wtUh an
**This removes the reason which each advance via B oemfonimn and Natal.
member had for voting for the WMI and Thus Lord Methune may be given abe
restore us to the position Arest an- obace so retrieve his reputation. Oen-
somsoed by the president. On the eral Olivets has accomplished another
great primeiplee involved we are i en- stop in his retreat, evacuating Roux.
re harmony with the president The ville and going toward Kroneamdt,
object of my anendmenO Is the same as where President Steyn is.
that of of Senator Davis' amendment. -_- -
bat the latter extends all of the taxa- ('oloel ,h.l Rlmoved.
tion and revenue provisions of the con- CArir Tow,,v, March 19 -Owing to
ststiton ever Puerto Rico, and when
any part of the constitution is extended the quareonsoeess of Colonel Schel. the
it is there forever. It may be that ex- Germain ofiioer in charge of the Boer
perienoe will demonstrate that we shall artille -- who was wounded and taken
want to change the laws of taxation of prison-: at the battle of Eiandslaate,
Puerto Rioo, and if so, I fear that the he ha-i t-etn removed from the prison-
extension of the taxing provisions of ers' campI to a transport.
the constitution would prevent us. On
all questions of power congress should WFRE UNABLE TO AGREE.
be left with an absolutely free and un- __
shackled hand." A -aerital rrik" of lIachinists May


A QUESTION OF AUTHORITY.
The ('ur d'Alene investigation Be-[
c'olmies More (' molllated.
WASHINOTON, March 19.-The Cour
d'Aene investigation was resumed to-
day iy the committee on military affairs,
with J. A Fornor, special prosecutoron
the itaud. Mr. Hay of Virginia, di-
recte-i the examination with a view to
(i:scOislug how far tile United States
troopix were under the control and di-
rection of Governor o-i,,neuburg and his
executive olfli.,'-r. .i-h -'iotIe county,
1':irtie;t S c.air. Mr. Hav asked if
kuenerai Merriiian wat thte responsible
commander. not only of the troops, but
also teP affairs in tne dis-rict in gen.
eral. The witness said General Mer-
rlaui was not the responsible com-
mander, as the governor and Mr. Siu-
clair directed affairs. To a certain ex-
tent they ooutrolled the United States
forces.
Mr. Forney said the troops were sent
thbre to aid in suppressing the insur-
rection. and they did this by co-operat-
ing with, and assisting the state offi-
cials.
Mr. Hay stated that while he did not
question the right of the governor to
control troops or the rights of the presi-
dent to send them. he maintained that
the Twresident had no authority to pace
the 'nitetI State-s troops under the coo-
trol of state authorities.
Q(uott os by Mr Intz brought out
that artiett Sinc air was a cavil officer
under the law. but twat he exercised
certain mi.irary authority. in order to
make effective bis civil authority.

SESSION OF THE SENATE.
Mr. H.vorit4g to sp-ak on ite Puerto
It n sitEi.
WasuINoTov', March 13.-Mr. Bev-
eridge of Indiana gave no:teu at the
opening of today's session of the senate
that. in connection with an amendment
to the Puerto Rican bi!l, which he
offered, that he wound ad,.ress the sen-
ate next Thursday on the amendment
and pending measure.
A bill authorizing the secretary of the
navy to loan naval equipment to cer.
tain military schools was passed.
The senate then proceeded to the con-
sideration of the legislative, executive
and judicial appropriation bul, Mr. Cul.
iom of Illinois being in charge of the
measure As reported to the senate the
bill carried $A4.1,1-, tM .
Tue readni:c of the bill was completed
at 1:40 o'clock th:s afternoon, the com-
mittee amendments having been agreed
i i a, tie reading proceeded. Tne bill
as amit-nded was passed without di-
vision.


iHolvill It vI, tlitu.
Nirw" Yi:K. March 1i' -A dispatch to
Tue Herald from Port of Spain says it
:; reported that the Hernandez revolu-
ti- n is progressing. It is said that he
effected an important strategic move.
rient Saturday,. competing the govern-
muent troops to retire. le is now march-
lug on Cuidad, Bolivia.
Dr Bull's Cough Syrup is a grand old
ni-' t\ "'t-d for many y.-ar-. n: 't.,! ,
pu"bl'- favor. It ai without i t ,'i t:- he -
:n.-d i.- !,- fnr nil pilto ary u'.- .on-
,waays c.ares. All druzga-t- i :- -- ,:'t

Cltauing ladies -kirts and wai-t-
M one of our ?pecial:ie-. Star I.aun-
d ry.


Ite Ord -t-d.
CiiCA(;n, March ;9.-Another meet-
ing probably will be he.d here this af-
ternoon or evening between the execu-.
tive comainittee of the council of luter-
national Association of Machinists and
the admiiuitrative council of the Na-
tional Metal Trades association and a
last eff,,rt made for an adjustment of
the differences between them. If no
agreement is reached the members of
the machinists' executive committee
will at once leave the city to superin-
tend the calling of strikes of machinists
in various parts of the country in pur.
suance of the plan to make toe strike a
general one.
Tnere seems to be little prospect of
an agreement being reached, as the ma-
chinists insist that the scheme for arbi.
traiion shall not be based upon the re-
tura to work of the Chicago strikers
.ientming the settlement of their difool-
ties. on which point the meeting of
Sat nuraay night was unable to agree.

-"Pre mention is the best bridle."
Ytou can prevent sicknae-s and cure
that tir d feelintr and all blood
humnors by taking Hood s Sursapa-
rilla.
'- Id Hermitage" at Eugene At ro-
mna's.


MET IN SPECIAL CONVENTION
I'oltiih Society of America Are lu
*'.-sson at Chicago.
Ctic'Aoo. March 19.-Delegates from
a dozen cities and many towns, repre-
senting societies in the Polish National
Society of America, gathered in Chi-
cago to attend the special convention of
the central organization, which began
here today and will continue through-
out the week.
Among the more important subjects
for consideration is the new legislation
which it is said will unite the life in-
surance feature in the educational and
patriotic feature of the old legislature.
For the first time in its history women
will be admitted to membership They
will be ou an equal footing with the
men.


RAILROAD SOLD AT AUCTION.
Kana ('City, I'littburir astd Gulf In
liior'k-'d lowne For $12,.-.)0, (Ht).
Jr-'l.i. Mo, March )hJ.-The Kansas
Ciy., Pttm-urg, anl Guif rai;roa,! was
solid at public auction at the depot in
this city at 10::-' o'clock this morning
by E Hostless, master in chancery, to
satisfy a :a 3 U00,000 mortgage, with one
vear's accrued interest, held ty toe
State Trust company of New York.
Ent one bid was made, that by Silas
W Pettit, chief counsel of the Pniia-
delphia reorganization committee of
l12.00,000Jo, the upset price.

It Saved Hisi lie.
P A. D:inforth. of I,a(;ran-tat. ; ..
-u:.T.-rt-d int t -tii- lv f,,r -;ix\ i ,intl-
with a frihtful ritl rn r' : n hi-
iz. but write(, that Ruckl -W Arn (-.t
<:tiv-e wholly iured it in t-n dl;v-.
For I'lc-ra. Voumindil. 1iarn-. .,il-.
Pain or Pil<- it'-i the lb-t alv'- ii
the worlil. Cur gutiarantir-d. O(l-
2'-w. S.lId by W. A. D'A'0-!nbert,-.
I)ruin i-t.

Duffy'- Malt i- better t!hn.t in-di
cini. At Eugene Arboua-;.


THE SOUTH'S PROGRESS.
lt,'iy N. w% i uiiitii tri -s li p irte (D i)ure. l
S11- i',. t IN -"ri.
C: ,tl TI ,, March 1.r-Amongtgrie
more im:p rtant of the new ludui:ries
reporei by itn' Tradesman during the
week ends i March 17 ;ucude a basket
factory in .Norii Carolina; a $1X0.000
b.eichery antid cttoun ill in North
('Aroilna; brick work- and a broom fac
to vy iu Nrtri t'antina; coA:l mines and
coke worsas in West Vlirgyint; two cot-
ton miiu in Alabama, oue in Arkanla-i,
two in (.eorF',a-cavitalized at $.*~U.),uO
and tI,Oo OJ 'i rewiectivoly, two iu
North tCarolhu, ttiree in South Caro
lina and two in Texas; ,. cotton and
wo >len ini! in North Carolina; cotton
seed oil liulis in South Carol.na and
Texas; electric iicht and power plants
in GeUrg;a and West Virginia; a fertil-
izer factory in South Carolina; flooring
mills in K'ntackv and tooe Carolinas; a
foundry and machine shop in Arkan-
sas; go.d mines in Georgia; a guano falc
tory in North Carolina; ice factories in
North Carolina and Texas; a knitting
mill in Alabama. tree in North Caro-
lina and one in Virginia; lumber milli
in Alabama. Georgia, Kentucky and
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HIGHLY APPRECIATED


BY THE IRISH NATION


Queen Victoria's Act Lauded

by T. P. O'Connor.

WEARING OF SHAMROCK

By the Irish .%ol.lier- 14 Regarded a
Cunr essioa lBy lier MaJ-9sty and a
Tribute to the Nuatioa.ltiy, Whiet
Has Long; li-en ,Ignored.
N w Yti.K, March 1! -Mr. T. P.
O'connor, M. P., :n tue London Daily
Mail writes:
"1 am asked to state my views with
regard to the momentous question as o
the approval by the queen of the wear-
ing of the shamrock by Irish soldiers
and as to her majesty's visit to Ireland.
"As :o the wearing of the shamrock.


Texa ; vuuospuate miues iu xeuuessee; it ta the tribute to Irish nationuaity
rice milis in Louisiana; a rope mill in
Georgia; a soap, factory in Te.exAti a which will be greatly appreciated. Toe
$400.OU textile machinery work and a shamrock materially is a small plant.
wadding and batting mill in Georgia. but tue wearing of it means to an Irish-
man centuries of sacred me.rimes and
IS NOW WITH JUDGE FIELD. country, wrong, resisted. hg"es main-
tained. Tue wearing of it by the Irist
Deratuin IIn tie K atiucky Cas. Ex.- soldier., then. is a concession-I had
p- SMarch 19 Governors to Irish sentiment by she Britrah throme,
which must have vast consequence.
Beckbam and Taylor took the same "But, speaking assuredly io no spirit
train for Frankfort this morning, after of carping objection, bat as an illastra-
spending Sunday iu this city very tio and a man. I point out tha tshe
quiet. It is believed nothing occurred icoduot of English ministers seward
this small quesoun is a very remarkable
during their visit thsatwill have an im- and signiftuat example of the slownee
po)rant effect u1on their contest. and dumbness of wit. the want of
The Democaatio attorney filed with imagination and sympathy whiob ave
Judge kield today a demurrer to the characterized all the actions between
amended answer of the Republicans in England and Ireland.
the governorship suit. As no new "While the Scotch soldier could wear
points were raised by ounnewl for Gov- the whistle without iuterterenoe, while
nrnoar Taylor, it is expected Judge Fied the Welsh soldier could wear the leek.
w',1 not require mucn time to dispose the Irish soldier for years has been, by
of tai case. some stupid order, deprived of the
l'nuedeaiurrers. if sustained. w:il strip privilege ant sent to prison because he
the contention do' ."".iions o0? wore the emblem or his nationality.
fuac not included i ., : '.n an Irish member, session
gen-ral a-sembiy. .- called attention to the
Three qnes ion -,..- r.. *. .. h-, howled at by many Englhes
amended answer a :.t-. .* d he received either an ab-
Republicans F.I'd .- ;c- ile answer from the ias-


a&'e o" Governor
the resignatiou of
the o-ei.'-; whet
conitt s and wti.t'
hanl hiVs been a') or.i ..rr.
'bhe demurrers :... rupyv
Zack Pheip- .
toe Republican ..


IS SENT TO .CONFERENCE.
Ilouu- It. fisee to Ace-pt the senate
Ain isatisltss to PI'i lon Hill1.
WASIIxNGTON, March 1. In the
house today the pension appropriation
bail was sent to conference and Messrs.
Barney of Wiscjnsin, McLeary of Min-
nesota and Bell of Co.oraldo were ap
pointed confereos.
Mr. Cannon called up the Puerto
Rican appropriation bill and moved
that the house nonconcur in the senate
amendments. Mr. McKae of Arkansas
moved concurrence.
Mr. Cannon explained the changes
made in the bill by the senate which,
hbe said, restricted the appropriations to
the amounts collected previous to Jan.
1. 1900.
The house provision appropriated also
tae duties collected after that date, and
those to be hereafter collected. The
other change made by tbe senate, that
designating the purpose to which the
money should be put, he said, was only
;, change of form. the house provision
having left the expenditure of the
money to the discretion of the presi-
dent.
Mr. McRae said that the essential dif-
ferences between the two bills was that
the house bill affirmed the right of the
United Stares to impo e the Dingley
rates on kuerto Rico. whereas the sen-
are provision upon this subject was in-
definite.


Truck Farums Injured.
SAvANNAH. March 19. The truck
farms about Savannah suffered consid-
erably from the recent cold, The tem-
perature in the southern section of the
city and throughout the county fell to
30, severely damaging vegetation.
ill at Charleston.
CHARI.LESTO', March J.--J. Addison
Porter, private secretary to President
McKin!ey. is seriously ill here. Satur-
day night he attended the Hibernian
banquet, and yesterday morning had a
severe attack of indigestion.

THE it-;T SAI.VE I THI!: WOUiLI
i- Ba::x.-' Sav'-. It i- in til- f'-.i, ;
prt-.crit|ti-tn by :. w rtill wid- k.,,,wt
-ki.ti ;>-,ci;all-t :' l ia p, -i t iv ly t ,'
int -t iealinj t -alve f.,r ;ilo-., tLrin-
-C l-, ti.; -. b n 4in.. -,'rl ;w:
-kin dis,;,t .-\V. A. I'Aliiimbort-

All tfl io -t braid ,f lib'in', ;f
Etj -ntle A r),t!'i;i'.


w, a *fer rn'" the bitterness of
,e yea' -. after the imprisonmneut ~tdi
i ui'- a i all the rest of the coutro-
Sver'y ided by the order of the high
*' latest figure in the realm. I
*ay, as can be said about so
ier concessions to the Irish,
S too late,' but assuredly she
conu..-..-n has not come too seoo. And.
now, as to the visit of the queen to Ire-
* land. If, in this act, if I may uve she
word. a statesmanlike and eloquent
proof, added to the many others, that
the present sovereign is one of the wis-
est that has ever ruled these lands."
I'e Ir llulil'ws uua Syrup at once for
htoiin htirl- awla griliute. It IIn.h -tqomt tho
test rind aIs p.ositl ly a renliat-lt* r-inem dy.
l.ife a- tioo iart to o p r.eni t with niew
S'i-tll- **--are cur,'' Itaiall', t iough Syrup
tt l'|t t*t c -.
B.oor in lbottle-- iand (vai-*'.- for fami
ily use at EuFig-na- Arbolnaia .

Whippeld i1d O)rl-r.-d to Iiave.
ATIEVS. Ga March 19. Aaron
Moore, a negro bell boy at the Commer.
cial hotel, while in a drunken condition
yesterday entered a lady's room in she
hotel and frightened her badly. He
was arrested, but was released o as
agreement that he would take SJ lashes
and leave town.
The Vntce Stau,..
RALFIGH, March 19 -The unveiliag
of the Vance statue in the capitol squ o
here cannot take place May 20, a
planned, but will occur July 4. a" it
will Me nearly four months before the
statue is ready.
Death of MaJor Casokls.
GAI.VzSTO.E, March 19 -Major Wil-
liam 1 Caskie, a veteran of the civil
war. known as the cartoonist of Teams
Siftings, when that publication wsee i
the heyday of its prosperity, is dead,
aged 64.
Nw {llroad Pr.-J*c.td.
SPARTANBL'O 8. C, March 19 -Y.
M. Stearnee of Cleveland, O.. i .ies
interesting the people In a new railroad
from here to Columbus, N. C.
TO CURE A (COLDJ IN ONEK DAY
raise l.xativ.- Hlromo !4 mi in- Tablet*-. All
i1ruggit r.-fti r.urd tho rpoma.-y atf t fails (tO
Ur'. '. W. <(r)v-'. ,-anatur>- ;' n a acti


Who is Rader ?

He's is the Furniture
Man.

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2 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, MARCH 20, 1900.


Proving Faith to SUf-
feer'..


Is your Blood Pure? Are you sure
of it? )Do cuts or scratches heal
slowly? DIoes your skin itch or burn.'
Have you 'Pimp.es? Eruption-.?'
Achion B,,n1'-s or Back? Eczemni':
Old Store-? Boil-? Scrofula? Rhein-
matism? Foul Breath? Catarrh?
Are you pale'? If so purify your
Blood at once with It B. B Botanic
Blood Balm >. It makes the Blood
Pure and Rich. heals every core
and gives a clear. smooth, healthy
skin. Deep-seated eass like ulcers.
cancer, eating sores, Painful Srwel-
lingu. Blood Poison are quickly
cared by h. B. B., made especially
for all obstinate Blood and Skin
Troubles. B. B... is diffTer-nt from
other remedies oecau;-e 11. BI. B.
drains the Poison and Humors out
of the Blood and entire sy-tein -4o
the symptoms cannot return. Give
it a trial. It cures when all else f:il-4.
Thoroughly tested for 30 years. Sold
at drug stores at $1 per large bottle
6 larg bottle- (full treatment), SV.
to sufferers may test it, a trial bot-
tle given away absolutely free.
Write for it. Address BLOOD
RALM CO Atlanta, Ga. Write to-
day. Describe trouble and free med-
ical advice given.


EMPLOYMENT OFFICE.
Ring up :c2 or call at the office.
11 North Palafox street, when in
need of a carpenter. H. D. Hoffman,
Business Agent of the Carpenter's
and Joirters' Union. will furtni-h you
witli the desired help on short no-
tice. n2r(f


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Fuel Gas




Alphabet!

A ~~' S^^<


wa- an ANCIENT w!ht u-,d
to our n wood.
ia for BILLS tiat 1.- ;paid
when[ hie could.
wa, the ( 'AL tl;at ho
wards bouglIt.
is the DI RT and DI)U'T
brought.
is the EVIL thi-se
brought to pIass..
was hi- FOLLY in toi
gas.
is the GAS (eorge us.
t i. the HEIGHT of
brought to his home.
is the INDI)AN: he doesn't
u-e GAS.
cannot tu- it, for J the
JACKASS.
is the KITCHEN whv .e (GAS
is thel fuel.
i- the LAl'NDRY. they'er
bothii of 'emi cool.
iQ the MONEY. saved by i
tGas Range.'.
is for NOW, thle bet time foil
a clianlre.
i- the (OFFER the Co('p:auiyv
makes.
is the I'ROFIT.) d ,,'t t akie a
ulistake.
i" for QiESTION : tno tlu.s-
tion at all!
i-t ti. HRANNGE y,,iu 5iuld
buy lteftoite Fall.
i- the AV'INU y'.i i..;ak itf
you d"o.
is the TIME and TROUBLE
Faved. too.
i. the I'NION of Comifoit
and thrift.
is VEXATION, now cut it
adrift.
iJ WISDOh)t in ilhavilm: ii
chase. i,g .'
plu" Ihree Doluar4 to. buy :,

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i- our Z. A .L to -upp;ly v,,i.
with ,GAtS.


6AS HINGES $13. Conrect t Frc,.


Pensacola Gas Co.,
1O. 3 S. PALAFOX ST


THE NEINE ACADEMY OF MUSIC,
No. f Nor' I'Pal'tfox Stre.t.
MISS EVELENE M. HEINE. Principal.
MISS IDA PIAGGIO. Assistant.
oTlrtc *. ahlt u itr. awit jo atnt itnld ', ..


Best Patent Flour.
Our Best Red 1 Royal
Patent is the best flOur tha i
can be produced by an/n
mit.
Forget .Mfe .Vot is one of
the best Breakfast Foods on
the market.
iAU made by The 0. E.
Standard .Mill Co. and for
sale by .New Or:eans Gro-
ceri/ Co.


VKHR BtA1001CURE.


Of all the noble rivers that go bound-
Ing to the sea none is more splendid
than the 'Colum:ubl. Its pine clad banks
give a majestic setting for its silver
stream. I.h.ut why should it hle called
silver? At times It is the deepest green,
i' .per and more luminous than the
hnart of a jewel. There are hours
when Its c(ase'des have a thousand col-
ors. like n hlictr of Ip.eail. There a're
daxn-. afttle tlie mist has lifted, when
the li'roiil surface otf the river al've
thie :isaludes is actuallyy saffron or hlir-
ni-hl ,d -,. l.
Iliar tnava M errilen knew it In cv:'ry
niil ;4and: loved it whether It was soui-
her with storm or sullhtl in itle harsh
anumint days or scintillant under thi'
July suIns!ine. Shie ais as mucli at
home upon tinet river as on the land,
and the tirmn earth, with all its comfort
and Ieaulty, couil nIi\Txi give li r thel
joy that s-lh felt whien tlin' u -rrnitt tok
li r loa:it in its stroti,, ei:,ilrace.
Shit' weIt toi the livt I ill !tr sor-row-
fuill nm iniiTs ;as well :-, it Ih 'i h:1li'y
oni's. Slie li'-4 to it as to a frit.n-l.
\hlimn <;eorL:,- ';xtimn tiIl l wr tht h,,
luhx of the ileissin- t;at li;ad itine !into li rt
life. IBut s nir, xx\\:y sli' d1d11 not fit 1I
t (cstasy s.he' had xp1 'tl " .. iT In '"r li :art did lnot rise ,to
it'Fr itdl sky
: 1 J ]',i .uktd for-
"r ri'\ 11ing jLoy
; ." 'f slit' dils' -'
Nature hailed' a
.-e lyric of Ii r


tih' hour hlal
(eorge ('ax-
it'll hl l id one t o
y knew every
e.. They h.til
to each o(tlo"r.
;e r e l.:il Ii. .. ... glt of ao lly otllr
girl wilh e '4tmiotiol. .1 and t:l>n:ir'a Iha]
Ionl; f,'lt thl:at shi, wxs: l destined to be
his w\\if,. S!' .had saiil yes to )his ear-
nel t 4I;;: s .n l \\iT : :,r tit..l1he a d11 hap--
lpiness. yi't niow in tlhei mystic I ilour liy
tlhe ri\ .'. I,, th tl e siun shi, li I t
il .t te :: t .;; 'i 1 :p 1 :i I1 li-re;ll
V orll- s!i f, It a .: i u ii.-s lif su r:it ;,t
tli e 1 ;: o1 1 i ir! .. f IIr .i iq : .
SI" \ .n t l .-'l! :;.; frn'I xl r 'e.l ltifill
river. I l -n :1 at the v : th]e' .xy of
her o n\'.: e o io sz'. \\ -'liii h ni\v t'lk-
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UIGENERtAL INSbURAtNCE
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with t- elate and triumphant happi- 1 ft
Smany people lose valuable i al Estate Agents,
tme iln experimnipntiin with
eugh and cold cures. They -hould PENSAOOLA. FLA.
take Folev's Ho;-.ev and Tar b.f'ore it is
REPRESENT TWENTY-TWO OF THI
too LATf. W. A. D'Alemberte. LEADING FIRE, LIFE. MARINE,
ACCIDENT, FIDELITY. PLATE
ASTOR IA GLASS AND STAM BOILER IN-
CO 1 FUiBANCB COMPANION. .....
Fr Infants and Children. (G1fral A0ltS orf tie Ellitable
The Kind You Have Always Bought Lif uac Society C,
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A CHILD KISS.
be pgaveire a k~so. a dear. meet kit.,
'T1a a'.L WY I v a girl ,.4is
Chc little In w
'That 1P4-I' 1 4
a, ',.z: the r:'.(r .% ars tu.e.ie C e
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tu I.. iir'u i0.mrz'-L.-, 3 .JYCaa
P. ro~. 'i maY tk:rm u t ,!-m
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T .r jrn Ifrzet
P ;. -it .! j !c f r !a% s ,I
Vki ;, (!i:'v irt, ~ar t 'har tho t 'arle
:I ,mchi~t s it 4 i 4 .- t) dI,
m -~'rd' wt.' Ar,
B,; ., rdss niat car-
(.,.i furjzitt us f-r it a!!
IF -r toeirh i le t(.v l"Y 2 ? v k J .
A-'.4.:iitakfeq arc m-.1e a.. i L
()f a 'ear. swect Vt,
Ynr rutbe IT,:, -'kIt 1K fa el-ld.



ITHE TESTOF LOVEI

Barbara Merriden Caine N'ear Giv-
ing Up a Dual. Man For
a Cowaord.


ness of which she had dreame i
George Caxton. her promise' seined a jfla.t of the worknIlay world
Her thoughts turned away from hlil
In spite of her efforts to lbe loyal.
She felt sure slhe vulid meet t ith
Ttran-er P.-aln in tl:e woods. aui1 shl
Jli] 1111i y t1nies. lie was a writi r lo
cr0.ation. iHe even eon!f',ss!dl ti 1 'clii
i plot. lie was not well. lin sail. Thl
*Ity hadl worn on himi si.o lie hald .oit
f-ir a long rest ther- l nionii the pines
His namnw was <4e".'i! I'ld,.rwood.
I'arl'ran found it iitcipo-si;Ile to resis
the charm of his personality. Ife seem
,d to make the whole world over foi
lier. In v;an she strut.;hlevd to renienu-
eLr the truth and patience and strength
tf her betrothed. lhe was tio wtl
ktnownti to her to be seen thi rough r
glainour. With austere serenity he itn
Sister upon an early imntrringe day. IIH
refused apparently to feel ailny jeal
ousy at the (constant (.conillpantiotuship iol
his sweetheart andl ecil 'nderwootd
And Barbara was angry at himi for
this too.
"iHe has no sensibility." she said to
herself.
One wild day when the wind crie though the tree tops and the water-
lashed along as if in stress of ipa:r
Cecil Underwood eaine to he-r i ln ; fin
perative mood.
"Youi must comie walkin- with me.'
lie said. "The day expresses I'nl. I
have to speak of thie tormitit of my
heart. and I will keep still ino) loll~er
even at your li<4lini."
Itarliara ;v.,ent out with lhim. Tlhiy
walked under tin pti: 's. wA\l o.e r1:1t
tilled the world with their ili intitllns.
Tliev w% re .-ilehln <'4.ns,'ious, of th1l
storrn within their souls.
"I.tt us t:!l;e. !>,:it." saiid l::rl>;ra
wlihen they hald rt'-acheld thie ri '-'.
".No, no." thei prrotI-stl 'tt s!i e sc-e:n-
elI not to i 'ar ltii.i a:i:l unt:;i I her ki'f
anl leaped into it.
"Comt ." slle said. 11o llouitttd. but
foll owe l. A.s the little' ho:it felt ti'
lift of tl,e waves tel p lin In her hln'ct
e*fie'll'd to lightenn, and slh It the etir-
rent cmrry hler along,. ihii<- the passage of tilni. Suddenlily Cc'il
cried out:
"Ti'e raphls. It:ir:iri:l T'hi r:il!, :
See wVhere yo'i ha!ive t:ilk'n us!" Sih
lan:t teil leld iiinl her. It w::s true thilit
Ilhe to.Ssi.ll W hilt, 11i1:1lit' f !. 11.. "
L,irrs v wa; s ,.i t iiimoire tthi:in I lf :1 :iihi'
n'A ;iy, :,;l !the 1lat \1 :,s : ui,,',rin: Ii
the p-i1ll of their lrea't Ixv'r. I;:irli ':a
sm!il '.d a little. It \xol i nl t it ti'tr Ilo
h ,l"r so. in i<-,. -lie re!;<.et d,1. if hir great
Ior ozll \V I werr to Ie soltvS d tl:kt w;ly.
IBut. still, it \va.. set itir ithli 'o iini stre'nr:;gil t a r'oskt-
nli'e. ro'i\ng 1up str.ai.iit nil Incliiiin
the lio.it toward the sout;!hrnt shore.
So a lis4oried was shlie I this task tl,.it
sile did qlit.t notice the, man wvitl her till
she heard him cryin,_. witii wihl im-
pnrtunities to his Maker:
"liow. It rh:lar. row' Iov,*, girl:'
Then, looking at him. she saw his faNe
was Corpse white anid quiveriii with
fi'ar. and thlie next moment he sank. anI
iniert litalp. at tine bottom of Ihei' lo.t.
'(tit t i'." .sihe to4ilrlt an idedl. "aInd taIkt,
the tili'.r'. ; t ip i :nstantly lht
oeyed dlrimly. shaking will, uik wil
terror.
B:IarI.ira liient toli hr lieavy tasik aind
imaic liy iiiin.s of li:Irave efforts a lit-
ill i. a y. I. t tl, e ; Illl l( Nsrs
plunn *d hliee \. 1:t1as :ilmostt on thel vrr,.' of
yi,'l!!n. t, th,''r rul'iithl,'ss str'n..'til
wi.h n a :i Ioat shot out friomi thi' lI: :i'.
It :, in' ,i .x:.\ in l hI-r ,iu ;kiniw skiff jithl
ul 'i. ict it i ioinentt riii I h:iil'-1 irt i '-
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At C. V Thompson'is.
(r'nne's Ladies' Note Paper, and
Envel ope, to match.
Canibridige Linen and Envelope-.
Hiird's Parch meant.
Invitation Paper and Enveliope-.
Linen Taclets.
Fro-utedl V-lum aid Etnvelope.-.
Engli-h Note; SatinV Wove; Ti-l-ie.
l'aptr; Dennioion's Crepe. Etc., with
: general ias-ortmelit of stationery.
C('. V. 1'HIoM '41,N.
No. :;o Southt PalafuIx Stle t.
Medical Society. Attention.
There will bi a regular meeting of
the Pensacela Medical Society at
the Board of Health office at ^
o'clock p. m.Tnesday. March "-7.
Visiting physicians are cordi+alli
invited to attend.
D. W. MCMILLAN. M. D.,
President


E. I'. KIIRcE, M. D.,
Secretary.


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To TH I.;PUBLIC.
114i~ jf't r 0 .v vi %f e I the hItIoI
AJl kind- of.i n di (a1t -. :11(1sell the'iiiat
r ,ji :t L I r. ri c e.,.04' i~fd
Ch,,ct-iatt- Dr~oj -, 21, etilt- ptr
&-uitan ixt-t iel2 jIoWINIi-4f Iir F
A~l l':tixc 1y Mi(l (Uaielv. tie' lt-4t
eve I' hri._-;ht t- Ieniistcila,-it 4t('(.rlt
!n'-r p in Ld. CA!llaud :-we for 'ti
Tlhey :art.fri-h a:,dine, fuju't fo
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Indigestion!

We ciallengfe the wordd
1f)prodlucca(1remfe 1,edy etp l
to t/icAT' 4a(tc/Iless Miii C/(I
1 'ater /0/ the cure of In-


ailforms x 'j* Noiuac/i, JI"u-
ci Troubles 'andlSkili Dis-
ca1s'c8. Gau~'n teed to ct.re
or m11oney C/iwfundcd. Co.,,4
(wily ';1 ccllts (aday to 150Is-1'.
()ite dolla r botic last twin-i
!gC day./S
For salc by all d//,Ist 6~.-v:


S. Pala fox street.
Olt ADD)RESS


Greenville. Ala.
Testimnrial From Judge Gaston.
( tIKrsFNVI L..,, Ala.. Atig. l. 1 "..
I take gre-t pleasurt iin crrtify.i: to< tho
purity and(I tf in-rit ti tWilkin,,on's Mttech-
lessn Mineral Water. This natural mint-ral
tonic, to my pe-rsonal knowledgi-. is taken
from a well the miles -a-t of (irpenivill.,
in the exact condition iin thith it is ., ihl. I
tlve V iCetn hi. water u'-'d. with wonldvi fl
tlice"'i. for dys.peprim, iindtgestloln. .or.-
.v, ]anId for erupnvt'i (1ii:tise. ,or'-* tnd'
ulcers on nian and anltmal'. AR at r..-mlv
'or theGP trouh!'-,. I do not belio'v- '-
ial exi-ts. It i. hrhii y reommnniended by


for Infants and Children.
Castoria is a harmless substitute for C;a-tr Oil. p,.
goric, Drops and nothing Syrups. It is Pl.;...,,,,.
contains neither Opiumn, 'Iorphine nor lther N., ,
substance. It destroys Worms and allays F.'!'rislm,,.
it cures I)iarrlihna and Wind Colic. It relief .. t.,
ing Troubles and cures Constipation. It re manl.t.,
Stoninch and Bov.cis, giving healthy anl natural -, .
The Children's Panacea-The other's Frienud.

The Kind You Have Always Bougl:
,. Bears the Signature of


THE GERMAN SHIPBUILDERS
Protest Agalinst lte Abrogation of
Duty on Shtipbuiliulng o 1eatrlal.
BERLIN. March 19 -At a recent con-
ference of German shipbuilders in Ham.
burg it was decided to protest against
the abrogation of the exemption from
duty of shipbuilding materials adopted
by the budget committee of the reicn.
stag.
Russia, it is said, is making special
efforts to increase ier shipping, and
wiil gave tree trade in shipping mate-
rials and pay bonuties for the establish-
ment of navigatioa schools.
-N.gro Kill.-d by Sli-r it'.
BIRMINoIIVM. Ala., March 19. At
Johns, in the B.ue Creek mining district
i Saturday, William McKinney, a negro,
waI shot and killed by Deputy Sheriff
Carroll. McKinney was wanted in An-
niston ant Policeman Cooper of that city
had gone to Blue Creek to make the ar-
rest. Carroll joined him to help make
the arrest. McKinuey resisted. where-
upon the offlooer opened fire. instantly
killing McKinney. The tragedy caused
kreat excitement among the negre pop-
ulation and Sneriff O'Brien "h.s sent
deputies to the Iieue.


*.ARCHITECT-


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General Contractor


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:Man ti (;,.- I-'1d: [ -.

A Complete Plumbing Department under -e
Management of E. B. Morey.
fw .Arrti -i- D -irn-- E-timi ite-. I'l1 ;:t l -,'if( '
it!g of All l'iiPd-, ireparedl on Shr t N. : .
IW .\ l. :' andt Car fully S v t- ,'t.,I S:.,'k lF'i" :.- M .
Tili f a t ind-. i th T b-, l 1;. 1 :-.. l \ ; 1
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No. 19 S. Palafox St.


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Citizens National Bank

OF PENSACOLA.


L. HILTON G(iEEN.
PJKKi.-; IENT.
T. E. WELLES,
VICE-PRESI DENT.


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OIRECTORS:


T. E. WELLIES. WM. FISHER.
'of F. F. S1atinder- & Co.
. WVHITIMIRE. JOH[ F. PFEIFIFEI,
L. HILTON IlIFEEN.


General


Banking Business


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Va~seIls. etoiants Handled on Favorabl' e'i:~ :,
Obage Jix'ought and Sold, &ollectioi-,
i-lroyptly Attended~ To.

A&CC()IN'rS SOLICITED.





The Star lauindr V


ITH PIiER fAUDR OF WEST FLORID


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BW&GOODSt CALLED FOR AND DELIVElrD FREE."-
WALKER INGRArAMV Mana. -

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McKENZIE OERTING &


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Ship Chandlery and General Hardusir .
608 AND 605 H. PALAFOX STREET.

REVERE COPPER COMPANY. JOHN A. ROEBLING'S '
GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUM8EL A SON'S PU:i'-
luTu, Irditg, pNits. lls, aItlcal lastriuts, Iharts, iicnr Ci DO
COMPAMKS. LOS., BITO.
C. McKenzie Oertin, ',*,llecting Agent for l;ar Pilot- W.-n v
citation.


IFR P*WR VRMFI9 Y VE i MAIMPIT


Chase ccovaun Hommfr. TV Hmbp~M.T trneTO CIr.


I >criadilari.- set G(riflit.
GRIFFIN, Ga., March 19.-The stables
of E. C. Smith, cashier of the Griffin
Banking company, were burned last
night. Mr. Smith loses, beside the
building, a fine carriage horse, two
mules, a cow, a carriage and buggy.
three wagons and other property. It
was undoubtedly thd work of an incen-
diary.
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r'in iai-ini -.; .1'.'.*[ '. i in t,.' suhi..' v wiay.
withli th., prvi--i.,ll thl:t hi r e ivt 1ti
ih.',I.n:e ,f .$?:{.l.'N :i ,. r f ,r I.itui -. !f :i [.,
\ ifie dui rin i tht' rici. i !.-4-r 'f thein'ir live'.
D)r. I'ea:irs,:is \xill l,, si y'.ar's i.l in a
few weeks.
A. H. De l'liiuent. ,ditior of ti!e.
.I',t,,'t. Doyleyh-town. f'tr a iiiibt-b.-r idf yeav s iroin rihmif :i-
tilni in hiis ri,'ht .-hIulder aid s ide.
He -iy-: y right mirin at tin',-
wasi entirely u+-el,-s. I tried (lChain-
Ie'rl.iin'- '.aiii IOn lil n', :trid wa -ur-
p 'i-i dc to I- c ivc e rI lilf allti -t il)ninl '-
ei.,iitely. "Tli- l':Pti0 1 lin ht)1 h,-eti a
c'ttil-;tlit co' iii'.:liilt t o)f inil v( r
-inel' and it i,#.ver fails.'" For -:l-
liv Hannah lii is.. "21 South Palaf-ox
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WASHING WOOLEN
BLANKETS
The theory now is. that blankets must be
c'aneiJ stead of dry-cleaned tobe healthy. To
have oi r iqnkcts as soft as new. make a soapy
suds ir. hUit a tub of %.arm sater by using
o c -b a l C p Sl ,Oo
Gold Dust Washing Powder
and rotk s blanket in it for half an hour; thea
simple move it around and rub the soiled srots;
rinse in warm wa:er ,f the ssame temperature as
the one in which you wash it. hang up in a
warm r la'e or sunshinv ou.dooo- air and aC
whal a ot. white hlankct ou wi l have.

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THE0 K. FaosOag coUPpaNy,
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NEW YYo, K. Marhi 1)J -Maud S.. the
famous trotting mare, recently toe
property of the late Robert Bonner,
died today o: Schultez stock farm near
Prt Chester. Sue wai 2o years old
lI-r record of 2.:O 3-4 was long un-
brokncu.
Mlillln Ord.-red to E-qulnualt.
OI I AA, March 19 -Orders have
been sent out from the militia depart.
uent to send the company, which was
organized on tne Pacific coast to go to
Halifax for garrison duiy. to Esqui-
mault instead.

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


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All High Cut Shoes in

Men's, Ladies', Misses'

Children's at reduced

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A Special Sacriice!

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SI..ITTI.I; KNOWN V.CT'r
T!;a t j jr ity of S rriou- di<-
,..4as'- oriinate in disorder of the
kidneys. rFle; 's Kidney Cur? it-
guaranteed. Try it to-day if you are
not feeli:i v all. W. A. D'Alem-
berte.


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IOTEL


ON EUROPEAN PLAN.


Three Raulai

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Restaurant Attached, Open Day and Night.


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

Special Orders at Any Hour.
RATES:-From $1.00 to $1.`i ppr Day. % LODGING:
515 and 519 S. South Palafor Street. Penap-olla. I'loridla 25 and 50c



eJOHN PURDY,.`

Foundryd lMachine Shops,
CENTRAL WHARF, COR. JEFF'ER- AND PINE STEET.S,


Telephone 346. -:-


Pensacola, Fla.


ATrERIv'. CASTINGS, LUMBER TRUCKS. SMALL CHILLED
P Car Wheels, Wood and Iron Pulle-v-. Hai er-. Boxe-, Etc M1anu-
P factored to Order in First-Class, Workiutnslikie Manner at Reasou-
L'le R :t ;.
Dealer in Maohinerv, Fittings and Supplies for


Stationary and Ms

TilE OY'TIIt SEASON.
The oy'ter in hi- lie"( of i,4ize.
Vtifak l wii t a sta rt tromi I is -Aitnmir
Opened hi --h II. and ;p.i,. with a yawni:
"I f-ear tlit iur eii-oni of -;tfi- v i, .*ii e.
iFor mU1y 'le.-mtlt dreamsiere distuL bed Ib)
tit, jar
Thi s aiwnay. cat! ed by the letter It.
And kinaw by tL,' keel of that bideous
sloop
That Stiue (if u;s shortly will be in the soup!""
And :-o they will for the l-loo)p w-
filled with the finest and fattest.


Convention Call.


The sixteenth annual meeting of
r the Woman's Christian Temperance
Union of Florida. will he h-14d i
Gainesville. April 3rd. 4th airti th.
ay The flr-t st-.-ion wii! b,' at ;. ..
ofTtile!dav the third.
Mis H-llA e KeIar.,'v ,f Flora.
Mi,-., will give the cV'i t Vtltiol ald-
,- dress-, adding inter,-t to) tr ,che c-
litn. A IIt'- ('. >KR WN.
SARA. J. I.ENN. President.
Recording Sec'y.


LODGE DIRECTORY

KNIGHTS OF pY 'rmaA S.
Penaacola Iodge. No. 3. K. of P.
meets every Monday evTn-
ingat 7:;i), at asptle Hall,
In llutchinson hall. West
I nt'ndencia street.
Visiting brethren cordially
Swelcoumed.
H. J tDKl.tU.
H. Houst.r.a. .. C.
K. R.& a.
W. O. W.
Live Oak Camp No. 1 IVoodsman of the
World.
M-,et tlrt annd third Friday night It
oPath month. Visiting sovereigna cordl-
ally Invited. W. W. WATSON.
k4. R. T11A.iKo. iwrk. C.C.


marine Application. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS.
F...or Itepreneniative.
WaITED. I hreh" annoiinc. inv.self as a candidate *
for Iepresent tive of I :-'f atiniit county.
laItad t bkuy lW1 kinds of Socon .,d ttlorla.,l tt,.- legla ture. su rt't to the
demo Iratic pl lnrllleH .
laid Fmrnitirs, Mirchakdiso, c. C. M""K N, JON .
address Box 142. For Iepres native.
I h.rehv announce nivuseif as a ,,antlidate


J. I. Ssipl'on ha- a larve acssort-
menot ,of Solid Sterling Silver and
Ro,)er's Knives. Forks and Spoon


This sloop was sent out by Nick
Apostle and these choice oysters are PROFE8 IONAL OARDS.
now f r sale. done or raw, ready to
chaw, at his restaurant. You can
set them by the plate, dozen, hun- r. ri eu$ ./iar l -reary,
dred, barrel. dray load, wagon load
or car load. Owing to the rush of
business the serving of regular meals PhsiCia fla l SUrnU.
will be discontinued after this week, RIesidence, 4 West (regory8 reet
but special orders will be served at Phone 19*g.
any hour of the day or night. Office., 'Aletaberte Building. 1191, South
Palafox Street. Phone -'.4.
Five Thoesaind Rolls ----
of Wall Paper in stock, all of the la- DR. Wx. 0. D winMs xy.
tOst patterns, and more cominir.
Prices from Sc to $1.75 per roll, J. E. OFFIOB-Hamnah Bros.' Drug Store.
Ross A Co., No. 11 N. Palafox,
Phone 3,2. 24f-tf RESIDENOE-400 E. Joksona Stree
We will launder your spreads for
15 cent- each and inake then look
like new. Stir Litr.dry. Wmi. Marean, D.,
iVE'RY D01ItOP 1 nf f, t,.. ...


;uuioeioDatuini rjiysiwen nai'En ui,
Late of Ocala. Fla..
Offers his prof-'ss.onal services to the citi-
zeiiu of P-ensacola.
Espe"ial atte Lion given o tho t tr tm'nient
of Chronic Diseases and i-ea.se tof
Wonit.. and C'hildrtin.
Thirty Year% k'ractice iii the South.
I ice it Hour: :-$ a. m. to 12 In.,: to 4 p. m.
residence Phone No. '150.
Bront.Blount Building-Rolom 3


Dr. Wilmer S. Hall,
DENTAL SURGEON,- -


DENTAL SURGEON,
Misooic Tempie. Phone 364.



HEIIBERIG BO& CO.,


WUGLBILB A RlOU,


o-f mnt-dicine that gi-OS in a
!rit-cri[ptio i> tilled in thii store i?;
peitf-etly pure. Pure drugs nmean t ,
-pe'fdy recovery. Poor drugs imean I
a r.-ln ,s>,. You want the be t. Let
il- fill yoiir prescription. :nid supply
oti1-r nn dit'lies. W. 1'. Green & Co.,.
"**TI Pri.cription IDrukrist," 37 S.
Pal.:fox -tre-t. Phone 39'J).
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i L J urniture on reait Palafox Street,
IMoct beautiful line of side boards Florida
over shown in the city. Watdrobes, Pensa ola, Florida.
with gla-s doors of every descrip-
.R PRIC(E 2 .,s. tion. from the cheapest to the flnest.
Roll-top secretary cases elegahtly B A
fini-hed, a fine line of china closets. R GN S
and everything contained in a first-
cla-s furniture store at 0. M. Pryor's --IN--
Bargain Furniture Hou-e.

S If ou are read to go to
Don't MISS It! lou se-keeping, let Marston e l i 8te


A HORTJu TIME:.
THE ONLY TIME.
AND CASH TIME.


.Mtn'- Genuine Calf Tan Lce Hand
Sewed Welt for only


$2.50.

REGULAR PRICE $3 5


Don't Lose Time and go Abi~ut
Pricing. We Still Lead as the Low-
e-st V1' i Shoe House in the City.


Yours for Shol:s aind


TR UNKS.


/. GUGENHEIM.


,'- Finish furnish your house
fcr you. They will save you $1 O ,wi'lbuy ltw) acres of land north
of the city and west of 4oulding.
money. Your credit is good $2000 a
Smo0 will b-y ) acre, adjoining city
with them.. W0ul.
Q_ _will buy four itl soli blocks
1 ) $p3U0 and a good seven room house
This property is in New City.
$4 AfIu will buy 7.)J acres between Big
YIJ- S ilBayou and Little Bayou. Thit
property has a water front on the bay: alec
on Big Bayou and Little Bayou.
$5l1" will buy one of the best restl
/ $5000 dances on West Hill. Mituatec'
on street car line; has 9 rooms and all mod
ern conveniences.
S0 will buy lot with 1.-; ft front on
SP V Palafox street., oLItt of i.reg-
ory. This can be iminediately utilized for
business purposes.
SI' will! uy lot with.ti ft front on
-a.0--vvt0re,.or'- and .9i ft f-,ont oin .I-
oaniz and Ie' ft front ln Wright. This
property has nice c'ottsage on nit,id there 1i
plenty of room to butld a dozen qnoti.es more.
$8000 will buy a indomo.- resd,-nc.
8on 0 Ea-t (Iregoly betwt-..n Pala-
fox and Tarragina streets.
$9 0 ill luy a n "' iat-re I'trn witL
Sl,,< h,,u..' atu fitrn Tilitliu s
A* B leant pr ,l,rty flor truck farnl:i'g and

'IHE BEST BEER SOLI) IN 0 00 W hn :v a lh t ,i, i, .tr;:-,re.
PENSACOLA. $10,000 la:i ,,-ft. t't in fe.-e


Dannheisser Bros.,


CHICHEGTCRU ENGLISH
*9NYRYAL- PILLS AGENTS.
~ SAF.. iI~4:cr'.' --A'so soid by M. Perry ant Wmh Yates.
RED o" i-it Gold t.-s3
-. Ia~e. sb., Ittru.'
n~-an.' *art-Ilar.i v.. l'ettmosai.l The Jug Trade
aii~-o".4,r IS O r___
in. 'pecialty.-*
Chbli ..I.Ere( a-Mical 4 Our__S
sea W..a~et.. .t..s.PHILtA.. Vit


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'- CURE YrSELF: Gulltaranteed.
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THEEV sC N EWcat a. t ,,r pP.
CIC'ESATI.o. rold by r g iit. 401 South Palafox St..
'b.rf rr-,'. Pra r Phone No. 116. P. 0. Box 2,
.t. ,r Railroad Phone 2
S TrCidar eat on rei i'-L Railroad Exchange, Phone 24'.


J. E. Stillmano Co,

East Side of Plaza.


H. A. WATERS,


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Fresh Tlennessee and Nati'
Chickens and Cour;
IPrA.irpi rd D ilv-


for Ke-presenitativeof :idE >tiii't i tCIn liunty Iri
the Legislature, bttliject to the lieinocraLiie
Frianries.
J. I MiMr wAiLl.'.
For bheriff.
I hereby announce myself a a candidate*
for HnBriff of scainmba county. and re-
spectfully ask the support of my friends
and voters of the county. If elected I will
discharge the duties of said office efficiently,
fairly and impartially.
W. H. H 'TCI'eINtPON.
For Sheriff.
I hereby announce yVself as a candidate
for re-election to the office of sheriff f Meof -
oambla county. Florida. and solict the saf-
frages and interest of all my friends.
ueoRl3K E. SMITH.
For 8beriff.
I hereby announce myself a candidate for
sheriff of Escambia county at the ensuing
election. J. C. VAIINPLT.
'or Clerk of the Circuit Court.
I hereby announce myself at a candidate
for re-election as clerk of the circuit cowrS
of Escambia county at the ensuing eleetion
and ask the support of the voters.
A. M. MCMILLAr.
For (Ciruit t'lerk


I tinnoitnce my ciandidacy for Clerk of tob
Circuit Court of Ecallnlhia county. subjets
to the ietion of tlie elisuinm I e-imiiocrati.
primaries. K. I. l. l AN I I.L.
For ('ircuiet Cl rk.
Sth Ite Voters of Es'catnbia county:
I hereby announce mye tlf a candidate for
the offlir of clerk of the circuit court of
IKcaiuillsa county and iill be plea-ed to
have the support of mv friend% and the
voter-' generally. .I1,l IN IS I. s KlR A.
For Tax Collector.
I hereby announce myself its a candidate
for re-election as Tax Co'lector of secam-
hias couiity. and ask the support of my
friends and voters generally.
A. H. D'ALKMRKRTK.
For Tax Collector,
The many friends of Judge F. 8. IHonlfay 0
having obtained his consent hereby ao-
nounce him as a candidate for Tax Collector
of Escatmbla county at ihb. tznisuinK election.
.MANY O"TBeI
For Tax AMese r.
I hereby announce my*.If as a candidate
for Tax Assessor of I..'atihbia county, sub*
3jet to thenction of the Democratic primna-
rie. If tItcted I expert to ineet the appro-
bation of the tax payers and will do my
duty in every detail as I did when I held
theoffice before.
OGo. RauZ .
For Tax A ssor.
Thi candidacy of William W. Richards le
hereby onnounoed for re-election as taxt ai-
sessor for Eucambla county, subject to the
action of the democratic primaries.
lFor County Treasurer.
I announce myself as a candidate for
the office of County Treasurer. subject to
the aeLion of the democratic primary, and
ask the support of my friends.
WILLIA-M AL IKK1o.1
For County Treasarer.
I hereby announce myself as a candidate
for renomination as treasurer of Esesmble
county. subject to a decision at the easetla
democratic primary election, and rospwet-
fully solicit the support of the voters of ise
county, pledging myself for the future the
same faithful performance of duty that I
have endeavored to fullll durlal my pass
tenure of the office. J. W. IPRATRK.
For Juastee of Ihe Peace.
I hereby announce my candidacy for re-
election to the office of J justice of the Peace
for the Second strictc. subject to the ac-
tion of the nominating pilmarie.
BOYKIN JouIS.
For Justice of the Prace.
At the suggestion of ntunerous friendly, I
hereby announce my caNlaidacy for Juslti.
of the Peace of the city district. subject to
the action of the nomination primarIpe.
JAM.- JH. LA,.%DR LB.
For School Psuperintendenf.
I am a candidate for county huperinteBn
dent of public instruction. subje.-t to the
democratic pritnaries. I re we.tfully s,4o-
licit rtie suffraige of thi imcaniltnmia county
voters for the abol)e-naie JAMK- m. rATIr.
i*'r t* li 'To the Voters of Escainbia County:
I hereby announce my-elf a ceandida'e fr r
Hiiperintndnt at of uilie Instruvtrin loi
*:srianliiliia county and ask b"e 'iupp rtof ny
friends anid voter, gen-rally.
J J. nIt.L.
For Superlnenldent, I4f PubliC Ir:.
ktrii'tion.
T t '. V'it-rs oif F;- (canliaia Cruint y: I
l,.r to l .iiii e fny.-,.:f a catld;titu for ro-
.1-" to t h.'i t I- e- f c' unty siperinton.
'.* t rf t ilm i" irinstruitilonf at'dl will bo
pl-if !' lit : ive 'h- ii" lirt l,f my friend
wt'! vt,. r- *e:.-railly at the coming d'-mo-
,*ratif pr jiitr. *I-cot ion. N. I;. CfoxK.
i-'o)r Mepniler <-lihiol eltarId.
yt 'hei r'i''l'-r of fri-nrids I lih rl,y an-
nonIcth r:v citi'il'lscy for r-n..fnb-r of -q.
riiti CIinntv -chorol Hoard for Northern
I' i:"! t!,-tr.rt -It L 1-ct to tl" a ;;in tf
t-, -n.* T ,: iV. M. priliiNrv.
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S- or M*.-iier ml.kr ool ioard.
rFOcerF. > i-l,Sni, to th- ur.ernt re-uesot of friends.
I na..- il-il-t' '1 to aw ai, com'- a candidntm.
!,.r !'ii-intr titr of tc t'~- ,l hotnard of lcamtmi
ct'iriity.- -ht)et to t [- a. tit,n of Lthe l.TmO.
vp ,3'.att ,'raitn,. l h'itiri,., E. WAKIR.


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The friendIs of Mit. J. 1;. MrgwAini of 'l-
nut Hill., having ,e'>ur-d his con ent,
ihereby annoutice his candidacy for nmena-
hbr of the Escambia County school Hoard
for the northern district. subject to the se.
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4 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, MARCH 20,1900.


THE DAILY Ny;wS:
atS4rd at the Post Offce at Pensacola.
Ifa-.. econd-class matter.
orWFIC: Pitt uliEmang, :ii', Soot Pala-
tox street. up-stairs.
PI'BSH.IIH IBY
THE NEWS PUBLISHING 00.

TYams-Invariably in Advance.
o ear by Mail *
Three Months "" I .'
*ee Month "
One Week. by Carrier. payable Monday lo)


THg wCICK Iy IN
P UIshed every Friday at $1
Peslage free.

TELEPHONE NO. Ill

iertfsinfg iees Furnish(d on






FINSA00LA. MARCH. 2

PRFCJICT DBF.GAI
I.presentative conservative
bave endorsed tbhe following tic
**sal from the city precincts t
ofUe County tconrention to
Jeweltoa. April 14 and ask th
PIsp a hearty support by ttie v
Prcianct l I-t. ii. Gilngles. 1
baa. Winm. Bazz,-il, J Maxwel
WrIghton.
Prrctnct I.:-W.A. Hlount.Thb
0Jo C hri-t4... J. Wiie. \ nite-
|onncan
PFr i'nm r '-<-o. lor,,i>n..Jo .
J 8. Mc.twaug;L-y, Johnu Pt. ffi.
Jaars.
Precinct !.-E. H. Putnam. J
Wmn. eKiieiett, J IAbe crtninli.
juantaim.

THE inhiabitjat- of ,i 1n
in Machigan have niptified
of uegroe4- that the-y imu.
from its. bord.r-. The reas
is that !-veral whit.- p
eloped with n,.-'rt,-r+. Ni
thbe lie',Ee- had to gl,.
Tue ,)p-..ka N,'w'' adti.i--.-
Donei.luart.-r .A-itorial o .et-
ple.'"- ;.-a..>nathil p. op- sill
isa lid iont- *,-irt, ri' 1 umn n-d:
ltle Klgat-ar.
Two-column editoiri-tl ha
to jIln two-iour seermUni-
land where there are no bu-
Bef'rtr W. N. tb i-ats mauini
dutleb tfa ,fli.o' tf of i-ttt- up-
of public :.-truttion in Florida
tiundreds tof so-called teachers i
liCachools vb, could nit wr;tea
ieal sfent-nce <,- ix ordinary
WrhOsespellingi-ven of somte of
coml on sortie cin ter 'l use w,
be-en a refl-ection upon itne in:.
a10y uneducated negrores. Now
e:s inour uit"li,' sti. l- are in
tibeaverai.- int.-l-ectually. aud
pare tavorably with those tit an
th-L nalon The **weeding out
the stubbhl*e hi, >%e*.n -low but su
crelit of at ;- alii-st 6 holly duet I
oreosiand p-rtisciou mannit-r in
I*heots ha& %,tuck to hi- e-ducation
Tampa Herald.
Every fair-minded citize
state will cheerfully ackt
the foregoing as a true stat
the re-ults en!-uinrg trot: th
meztt of thli existing exat
lawi, which were a part
Seatt" plan of adimini-trati
WIudollt F'rlnom a eterj
Editor C'aldwell of the L,:
Index thu- define- lii- poi
the subject of rotation in tif
In theb .ruti race niow go':a o0
state oflc- Ithe Ir;de-\ 'hat no p
dattte 1 lit Ie)llil rl 't. of l!), 1t .t<
co anventioll il hi our ciild.Wli.t-
lie not %t thb.y ur, Againt :
IO CUml|'l, 1 (o IloII- rI.- t'-,. w ji
double t1w c't7,l 1it dm for re---i.
hbare othinlg to y. Ti'l ha\
lbheir office lonik V jnt<'u~:hI for I h, ni
plant voter in tb-. it to k:i,, h1
ba*se pe-rf r in>.-ld ; l i I- ut'l -. l(,r
palrt s th l tk t!':. ii .- rfr ii,
well. ,t A t. lit \.. that a n
sbould tie >ut in vt-ri *tat.- ,'1 .
thb(ob held 1y l;-.-yno.i- amnd W'hit
only re&-on f.r miakini thi- \C"
that they ,re *inlipDrtii ,.y :-
When the% ba+ ' drank alh| out ,,f it u i;.,
trOtgli Ma ion.- ita it- ot) li.
w'hy. i*li |lit-n t"- Ii ( favor o
them out to'. *i ir .* a. n for w
A rw d-al i- t I:.-. t ; O<'k iliii ;y i i
bor. -tri i li I t.-amt -at i it.- T on th
-lorlda dt.nu-
ger and ci, ; .-*r !h. r-..pu )li .ttr-
the NT+r:lts ,ll"io. of Flor-n'h

propriate .lt i., i\.- n. *, fr .
tif it Us l. :-' '! -I .: : '- ; .
are thi,- t. .- -. :t' 1 '
;*.*--n hi ; iv :i.' t t : i,
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deal. "I '.- I %* ;: :"" t : ,. r .-
election r::ti 111 if t .- -.i.;, ,, u 'j-
cers incl It",-- ,c'*. .t-;. l b.--,. itl-,tii
the cn:trac': ti ;:. *-nr a; ini -:lation
of their oltice-. !wiut t!ie-e are mert-ly
incidental. T!i:- unanimity with
which the oflice-- of conptroller and
treasurer are excepted. and the Uni-
versal commetidation that has been
expressed concerning the venerable
. ad beloved secretary of state and
the faithful and efficient commis-
viomer of agriculture, show that
personal considerations are not
involved. The principle of the thing
Is Just precisely a- the astute (C'aid-
wellexpr.s-es it. The whole bidy
of the democratic people participated
in the memorable struggle for dem-
ocratic Fupremacy. or have since


to maintain it. If the offices are to
be regarded as rewards for such ser-
vice, hundreds of loyal democrats
throughout the state are equally en-
titled. with those whom the party
has so long and continuously hon-
ored, to share in such rewards. To
forbid them longer, in order that ac-
cumulated honors may be helped
upon those who have been abund-
antly rewarded, is unjust; to imply,
by so doing. that only those who
have been thus favored are worthy,
or competent, is insuiting.


.i pter year THE DEMOCRATIC COMMITTI:
Preliminaries for the Primary A
8. ranged.

l on. The Escambia County Democral
Executive Committee met at the o
flee of Judge T. R. McCullagh la
WM night, Chairman C. B. Parkhill pr
W siding and Secretary Dan Murp!
at his desk.
The certified listof candidates at
;0. 1900. delegates who had qualified ai
who were entitled to have the
names put on the official ballot w
TBI read.
democrats Chairman Parkkhill announce
ket for del- that the selection of inspectors ar
o the [lem-
be held at clerks was the next order of bus
hat they be ness.
retid she- On motion of Capt. E. H. Putna
j, and 1. F. it was ordered that the inspect
and clerks recommended by the ca
an Hannah. didates be chosen, except where
change. had to be made, and th
I. lohnion. Quch changes be made by the con
r and J. 1. mnittee.
).,!;n weit. Inspectors for precinct No. 1 we
e a.,d w. A approved as recommended.
For precinct No. 2 it was foul
that the inspectors reconmiende
iall town were not residents of that precin
a number and the names of Ash Cravey. Lou
-t depart Daniels and James Cravey were-ul
-tituted.
n gThe lit for precinct N',. :; w
zirl l;had amended l)y substitution. the n;ain Wonder of D. P. Williams and John Fell f,
two who had declined to serve.
The list for No. 4 was approved.
;a t,, a:d 'For No. 5 tie name (of Goe. H
na'i, P.O- DI)avis was substituted for W. .
!..,t ri a Shelby. who is a candidate for deli
,,r*al.-M, .gatf,.
For No. ; the name of 0. E. J-i
ave golle nings as clerk was sub-titutedi fi
SGaille nifay. not a qualified elt-cto
in the No. 7 was approved.
.y people. For No. s the name of }I. F. ('rab
:ree was substituted for Olive
*t.-r.-l th. White. a candidate for del-eat,-.
rnt-ndnt ~o,). 1 was approved.
ti ere %.-re N. 10 was approved.
ii our puti- For No. 11 the name of J. J. L-.
grammiiat- wa, ,tltituted for J. B. Steward.
1nt1e. and candidates.
thief mos-t For No. 12 thep 1n ii. of ]. Pop
ou;d have Reese was substituted f.,r C. M
,iig-nce of Jones. a candidate.
tar teach- No. 3l was approved.
ucii ahove No. 14 was approved.
will coni- No. 15 was approved with the -uh
y state in -itution of C. M. Coston for M. F
proc,"e-' of Grnzalez., who declined to serve.
re. and the Noz 1a 17 an were approved.
:o the vig- For No. 1i the name of M. 0 Bti.
Which iMr. gett wao sub-tltuted for J. N. (iles
al plans.- who declined to s,-rve.
No-. 114 and 2-) were approved.
n 4 f the Oiln motion of Mr. Felix Glack
uowledge imoyer the chair appointed a c,'m
ement of mittee of three to have entire charge
(of Drintinz. placing election boot!i-
e enact- etc'., M,.-srs. Felix (lackneyver
nination )Dun Murphy and Ed. Senior, Jr.
of Mr. constituting said coninlittee.
A petition (of voters at MNuco-ger
a. d Ferry PIa- akin" ttiV. v'tinL
),,xe- be placed thc-re, wa- rr, f-rr-i
S. to, a Ccorni nittee con-i-tiiti ,oif .\Mes.r-r
Ik% City Johin It. Vau,,hn. l),tvid Shiee!,.it
ition 0n al(d E. II. Putnam.
I It was ordered tlat ,--t' i -t if
nce: delegates be entitled t, Iallie olie
! for the person to watch the count of votes al
ScaHuli- each city precitnet.
d.moicrat ()On Inotioll of Mr. J. B. Vahi!ln a,
.: tI:' at- cominittef-i f three Wa-: a,;pii;ttle d
Ile P:.,-it -flp Sllperintenlidi it S iiti;tar.h
) will all; and arran *- for a train to carry dt-l
*tioi. .' S-gates atid spectttaor. t> thi- ('*i iV
aill h-..i conveltiion at Pl'oweltt, April 14
iit .citi- said co int itte l)b-in .' M.- r-. J. B
,w they Vaughnl. H. '. PIur-ell and E. 1H.
,uUr ton i Pltnamll.
nl-d tlii, .IM r. John It Vaui:hn call, ,*.% man cailidiatte- pres-enrt t,' >-nl ribi- for ;t
,** X-pt h.)rl>e cti- at the conlve tin : tti n the
:.-ld. our follow ilf re-.poiidf.d: (;e.F.E. initL .
p!-oUn i-s. $5: A. M. McMill:in. ,->: N. B. ('.iok.
1.w ni.l $5: J. C(. Van Pelt. ',C: Jin di- la
rne -- itil Kia. *2: C. J HBel. ..: ( M. J nli-.
e.rnmnnt $3; .J.nli*-- \1. T it,-. $.' .$ *: H' (. (1;..
-r hatve. toll. $2; ('liS a WVi.llal1-. I2: J. F
f putt in \Vilfe, $5.
antinig a Me,-r-. .J illni i; \';tllg lti E. H .
at, of l.t- iutt atii It, HI T1. t'ur-,ll w -r alp-
arp.tbti itritutio,'. frion (:ini (idlat ~ I i,)t
It 'A- p e-i-, t anld tc :trratn .- f.r umid llian-
;:iat wo,, agi, the l>ai boenc e.
io i The etiiinllllitt .- then d10 ilj lr i-il 1un-
t- ':,-. til *; o''lck p. ur.. A pril 12. w It-in i
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ALIIA HEYW()(ol)
A Pleasinng Progtramn for the :lks'
Charity Fund.
Clutter's music hall was well
filled last night to witness the inter-
esting program presented by the
Alba Heywood company for the ben-
efit of the Elks'charity fund.
Mr. 1He4vwo)od i-a a clt-ver come-
dian and his personations were all
jolly and entertaining. The musi-
cal nurmber-i. vocal and ins-tru-
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IM"POBTANF Nq~rp
!To the Contrmt't(,r" tn'? o,
Pensacola:
If ter thI)o-firzt day *o f A
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on a ny buld it;.: wi
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kr. A CALL PATRIOTIC HIiERNIANS 0 I
For Democratic Primaries and Con- Listen to an Eloquent Address by PI'
lc ventlon. J. O'Connor of Savannah. C
)f- Resolved, That a convention of the Dem- Division No. 1, Ancient order Hi-
jit ocratic party of Escambia county sail he -
held at Poweltonat 12o'cloce noon on the bernians held their annual celebra-
re- 14th day of April. 19AI. for the purpose of at th
y selecting twelve (12) persons to represent tion of St. Patrick's Day at the op-
Escamblacounty at the District Conven- era house last night. P. J. O'Conner,
tion to nominate a candidate for Congre s
and for the purpose of selecting twelve 1: of Savannah, National President of 8 H 0 E 8 C L I I
nd persons to represent Escambia county at the Catholic Knights of America,
nd the State Convention at such time and being the orator of the evening
r places maybe lixed by the ttate anid Con- being the orator of the evening. ____
ir gresslonal Democratic Committees and for There was a large audience of ladies
as thepurposeof selecting a County Execu- and gentlemen present and all en-
tive Committee to hold until their succes- d
son so hall be selected in 19. joyed the eloquence and natural Gents' Furnshng Goods eartment
ied "The precincts are and shall b-. entitled to Irish Wit Of the orator. tents' S F D IlD U0(G S De tment
nd the following representation at said Coui,- The program opened with music
i. tyvconvention: by Wyer's orchestra, followed by a
No.2. Kupfrlan's song, "Dear Little Shamrock," by --~
m No.3. Mllvew Miss Blanche McHugh, which was
)rs No., Ferry Pass so well received that the little lady PECIAL-5; Pair- L:tdieI- <)xftrd Tie-. -i/e. 1 :., w.
No. i '. Puwiton had to respond to an encore. $2 2 to 3..."...........................................
in No. 7, Pine Barren After a quartette, -'The Last
at No. ..C'ratitree S. (;limptse ,*f Erin. sung by Mises if Pairs Ladiei Iutton Sho sie 1 t ..............
- No. I. Wa pr & Hollai Burrow and Piaggio anrd Mesrs. ., ,
No. 11, Walnut Hill (re-ap aind Haves, PresidP.lt .John i
re No.. I*. Pens-acola B. Jone-- oftlhe local divij.i,,. A. (). Ele~-ant Li f M i--- -'and Children Strap Slipp, :
,No. 1;. P.e-tacCola oH introduced tlie orator. Celebra.td .\IM-ri.aiii Make. Black. Tan. Red- all 1 :;1. ." I
No. 14, Pensacola ........ 11 l[r. O' 'orrti M"e laddren Hw ii Jill 1,--
Nl No. 5. Pensauola Mr. Op'onnorss ;addre-; was a. in- Vp to Date Style-.
Hd No. 1ii. Pinevili. teusely int-er-tintg alnt eloquent re-
ct No. .1 M Brnt l- view of the thrilling history of Ire- Ladie.-' IIt-,i- S!i;pp;'rs at........ ......... .*. .: i
isNo. '.- Moino land and the Irish people and of St.
)- No F:. ilomaton Patrick, their patron sa int. 0[1rSF F*lR SHOW \IN)(\ F M N- -
Forthli- puri)o- eofi-hctnd(leinti- ( ni He l, ki. ii>i.t Ie-li y oI f tlH,. New Ii .- i ii ,t ...
the several precincts a aDov.t .* t forth ai t To Arriv. New Li V
a for th.- purpose of ioiniiatitgu two candi:- wrongs that had been heaped upon 1 "
,s dates for tn- Hou-se of Representatlivv-, for 'the Iri-h people by Enby land and url. y it.-vens .M.ake. N hbb. pi ", ) t. I .
or the purple of nominating a canidlate for paid a glowing tribute to America.
Iheriff. a candidate lor Clerk of Circuit Biggest and Best elected Lin of Men's 'a::
Court, a caudidate for Tax Collector. a can- the adopted home of thou-:andis if Bigget and Best Selected Line of Meils a:.
didate for Tax Aisessor, a candidat- for Irishllieni who had found hi-re the
f. Treasurer. a candidate tfor County Judiie. it liberty and freedom denied th.-nt at BOys' Shirts in the City.
Candidate for uperint,-ndent of k'ult imin-
Sstruction, a candidate for County auryivor, home.
* a candidate for Clerk of Criminal Court.a Thent followed a hi-tiorv of d(liti, "o ar,- ,i w in a Position to Olfer "t.., i":it>i"c candidate for Justice of P-ace and a cor:- guih-d Iri.shmen who had helped to Y ut: ad vs' Clothi nt. avll in. St.k Ov..
1 .Itat -e fof Peace str Fifth listrnct.a farltn- ake hiistoryV in the service I the buit- t, l t fom.
>r didatt-s for three members oft county Ncho,,l I united States and whose names .
r. Boar. a primary ectiou of the Demo- would always b? ket ree in the Edles arety ............ ... .
cratic voters otf k.-cambiia cituntv shall he-
holden between the hours of ..1,'a.. m. and hearts of patriotic AmericanH. He Our l.i:.,- Neck wear Coipri--. I v.-rv styvl- K; ..c *
)- ,:4ip. li. on Tuesday. tiie ltii day it A\pr:i. was heartily applauded Wil l-i he a- -
:r I:,,. anu for the purpo e of conductini.r said zs-rted that Irishmen as patriotic e
i-hction tle foi.lowitiitimispecto.-,and cie-rkic ,t'. ld al. as ant. II ('0011 & ( ). ('1llIar4 ;111 l41l 'l.
of election tire heret)y --.ected anli p- Americans. would always earnestly *
pointed: oppose any alliance between this
Precinct No. l-Chas. Andirws. Neil liS'-. coitntrvy and England.
k* -kD. Tiell, inspectors; Arc:e B..nto. The rgramn closed with the Star
a Preinct No. "2-Ah rav.y. Louisi)ant-It, Spangl ed Batiner by the quartette.
J.Arne Cravey., lip-ctor'; T. M. carr. iii jo $o
. clerk.
Precinct No. ;-Frank Huart.z. Ii. P. \ii- A m.n ti amed E. Presson. of Pres--
l. ian-.John Fell, n. pectors; l. iE. l. ouu ia. .ontville. Katia.. wrote a letter the
clirk. other day. saying the opinion of
Precinct No. 4-W. It. IDoug. Wa I. No-oterday. ittheopiioio ___________
blet. C. P. tionzalez, inspectors: W. A. eiv- 0-erybody iii i.s atownr wie has tted
,n. clerk. Foevs an eTc. ris,'at'it B buggies Buggies! BUgZe
1 r. A. J. NIus.iee. inspctor-; Louis Fratr, the very best medicine for la grippe.
clerk, colds, cough. etc. W. A. D'Alenl-
Prt-cinct No ;-( \ov. Wm. Henderson, insp-ctor-;O. :0 :. Jen-
- irtcs. No.7-B.A. Lde.W.E.Tucke -r' A SOLID CAR LOAD. Stylish Stick Seats!
.1. M. Inierkin, inspectors; W. W. rweat
ing. clerk.'r, petty Phaetons,
Pr-einct %o. -A.T Flillinim.H. P. B ow- ( ( Petty Phaetons.
nan, H. F. Crabtree, Inspectoi-. ayr 11 P
S-rabtr-e. clerk. 1
Precinct No.u.--L. i). Srowdi-r,.A .i. w.A- Lrri rt,
c r.rk. ayior.inpector.I. rr/, Made in Pensacola.
S cnan' pe ,-C, H.Ar.. AsoLU'Tin PIHC. Any and Every Style! Top Buggies.
ceit-rk.
C re-one.all -I. -. -L,' ONIONSS AND CHOCOLATES.
Sl-r w BIIEST MAKl ES, LATEST STYLE.
SPr-cinct No. ;,--w. F.I.A.-, 1. IK. IN .... A I.I KI N .S OF BR ITT L.ES.
WV1:1 ladily. in'pect,)i-: J. -. A C(o Se
+Preci.w,.t Ni. i:i-;,.., li-lI-,r. ... ..,,N. SEA FOA First Come, First Served: They Won't Last Long.
\V. ti H. .MeDavil. in-pect-,r-: i l:.ri> ,.
c i-rk. ASK .',)1I
t'r. inr- t n ,,. i-- ntitml y K!t-ri. \ s < i,;- .- V. w il! AlI., Y I -,t::-'hin- fe r t..a t >1 I :1_ -
v-r. I..W. W illiiami.A. i:A-i.-ct, ..'.1.1. A -. ,r t..: 0 I- .
S M'-rritt. clerk. A\l n .: l- :v Cent-.
l'recirnct No. :,--.ltai,. \ilk in.. (,.,o ,-. -'/ 7 s ( r i '.s
ilalllmnark, C. tM.Co(-toii, -:. cto : j
1\ hitin.. clerk. i.
Pre-,-i;nct No. l'-W. I; u4.h. -. I. :k. *
F'hlow ,-n .Ir.. H. '. W illiai n-. :m-i ctol- I. "1.
Precincet No. 17-A. i. (M Ciot ... W.


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o. -, .I lnu,- .I' -... BOWERS & K' RUSE S N
N,. -.'oh,,l H)u D ..C I
.. --.Mi ,. StIr-. Wednesday. March 28th. DECORATED
NiD .--Ii a Vot M ingarkt. e-- 1;tln m a
No --Wart M1ill.

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Ni ). 17t].+) l ten ldencl ialnd i ..',1 r .t.
No. t P-lileVihe.
N, r-nt at 'r.t) ,,, .--NOTICE OUR SHOW WINDOW. '
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; .,. a t+, t! +. : 1i~ 1+ .. ,n ,. .. :. -. I :. "J ;. "t'I ( ) 9 I" ii'I+] elsh 1


I 'I 'A ;) 1, I-- i :It .1 1,%t t, t f. T
.,1u-'t.io IlItIt i,- aW ,en tL. ie pri-- ttie v t ud l i bl iC Y-1ta I
AN. i PO I -i.Ht '. the -. ai neI, IaiI-lyv: ('n o dla1:irlr in
in.--. tcr-ary, :- bioh tle. oix bottles f r fi e- ,h llhar. 1
The addition spoken of atlve i--
Sdire-cted ert)ecially te the ro lie-f I f
l)an.s Io IFrult Sllgiatt. indigtesti, in itt varied forms.
GRIFFIN. Ga. March 19.-Ic is the With proper diet the Tonie will
general opinion among the frait grow. cure the wo)rt forn--i of this tor-
eru of this section that the recent freeze ttf obscure sy ptome.ofte in referred
did little da.nage to the crop and a te other ,rgzan.i tian the ,tonach.
prosperous :ruit years anticipated. By this addition, it virtues as a C O*PR '
ireneral tonic and invigorator andCRS
W ho is Rader ? blood purifier, are not impaired in
the least. No better medicine can Will Exhibit at Pensacola Three Days
He'sg be found for the relief of tLose di,-
He's the Laboring eases that arp !o) prevalent in the
Man's Friend. He will spring month,. p nMd
Man's Friend. He will thi opportunity to thank Cmmencing March 22, 23 and 24
sell you Furniture on, my friends for the support they have .
thgiven thea Taymentnic and promise that Children 15 cents.
the easy payment plan. Mountain Mint Tonic. as improved, M i inn A -a A.
will vierastill Iptta.....0s..iafai.-t.;^ 1 1 1 i I L d llD' A_ _


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, MARCH 20, 1900. 5


Ttay that she may be induced to THE CRIMINAL COURT.
bOG;A NEMS NOTES I omake herr home here.G-
lThe Pensacola Ba .1 Ball Club will The March Termcord.With aG
I meot at the office, of C. M. Costou at R
7::llto'clock to-night. The March term of the criminal
,. ror- .t e t i.cs ,rr.h s The carnival committee of 1901 court closed this morning, being the
S, .,,. .t,, .'.... *,,, r met lart night and adopted plans for ninth day of the term.
S ... .. ; .*,.. a building to be u-ed in building Yesterday afternoon Mr. John
floats and sheltering them from tt- Eagan, counsel for W. A. D'Alem-
*I I. wazgin- of Pit.. Barre-n weather. ContractorQ are invited to ue fo D lr ,n
.. ..Mrt :at,. i call on Jo-. I. John-.,n at Win. John- berte. demurred to the inf rmation
lon & Hon's, see the pl-n-. and make filed against him for -elling garden,
T \V..rthn Atlanta i a bids for erecting the building. The seeds not labeled as required by law,
t .,* -rco:t-. i'tracts will be awarded next and the same having been argued by
", .!-. K. K-v- r f Puirnt ('a'C:e. Thursday night. Mr. Eagan and County Solicitor
... ahia. Tno committee appointed at the Parkhill, was taken under advise-
SI' in -l!- "tf Biy Point i- mieptinig of the Democratic Execu- ent b the court.
.- at ti. M-rchalt-z *tive Comnmittee la-t ni:-ht to secure C Moreno Jones. counsel fer V
S.. rcanporation to the ctuntt conven-c H. Trimmer, asked and obtained 30
-r"..t Mo,+rr t Httinothcut(- transdr'tow to tie out dnhh o ieail o
r.i. f air.- .f Hig-,rmnait r- jtion at Powelton, April 14, visitedIdays' tine in which to file a bill of
S- ..I at thle Merchant- y'-terday. DI)i-trict Passenger Agent J. W. Lur- exceptions.
'. ; Pet#r- of M it.ton. oftheL.&IN. R.R., at his of- This morning W. H.Trimmer.con.
I i- r :i,.i the l.-caubia' lice this morning, and arranged with victed of selling liquor without
Sim for special trains to that point i en'e, was sentenced to pay a fine
From each direction, and a special of $150 and imprisonment in the
S,,, J. ( Contnor of Savannah. around trip rate of oi cent) thereon., ail or G days, with 60 days addi-
,- 6: 1it.-t W lit- h ie ait the E.-- tional in default of payment of filnl,.
Mises Edyth T(zier-Weathered of! An order was also entered in the
the Evening Telegram, Portland, case allowing the defendant to file a
Mr. W. J. Kilduff of .Mobile ;ar- Oregon, and Evelyn M. Steel of the $50) supersedeas bond.
.-.d t.ti- mlrnine and :- -tprlt: Medical Sentinel. Portland. Oregor, The record of convictions frr the
w, the Merchant- hotel. Delegates to the National Editorial term is as follows: Vagrancy (in-
J J. Wall aitd Edn:i Eerle Hindin. a-sociation, are here viewing the cluding 3 during vacation on plea ott
;aclimtr lady and ge:atl,-inani of th- i ights of the Deep Water City and guilty), S; petit larceny, 2: grand
i; ldwit,-Melville ',.. are -top-,ing writing up its attractions. They were larceny, injuring school building:,
.: thi- l:>camnia. 14l-asant callers at THE NEWS office embezzlement, breaking and enter-
'this liorning. From here they will ing, trespass, assault and battery,
A l:arze party ,if (C icar)o people. go to the east coa-t, thence to Cuba concealed weapons, robbery. crime
t;,p,-inti th0*- Juani:ta Ifl-e- club. and will return home via the Atlan- again!-t nature, fraudulent sale of
u tr:nng fr,-In t:in- ChalU.tauqua. ar ti coast route to eastern cities. nmortgaged property and -ellit g
,.-at tn E-< w-bia. r & Kruse'.s .-ring opening l, iquo)r without licen.'e. I each ; totai. I
J. Hlanlilt ',i aitl Mah1l ]ell of ,,f ine miliiery will begin Wednes- '
,nklfort. I ini and Mr-. S. A. Hry- day, M;arch 2-8. and continue all te e saed an doctor ill
And .d:Lu!.r- of n tinri. id.. we. k. Their business has grown so e hve saved many doctor bill
gu.'-t- oIf ltl. l.,-wi- .,-'. great that they were comlipelled this silce w" biega using Challbellain
tt ..r WV ighit mtiany frilm-will --'a-.on to fcuLire the .-.rvice< of an- ot 01h- Remedy in t ill our hol .;'
So kn tat .rr v-d othr ~trimmer and werk fortunate in keep a bottle open all the tica *. -Id
I'. t. kiatow that hIe# :tarrlv.d ii oit-lrltriminer ancd wer,-, Wirtunate ill ihtiieveramilv i of miy fanllllv or lliv-
t. v t,-e-te.rday ai, will ,.1 t" secturinr ig Ni L. nzi. (lone of the mo.t s ItII iiri toc'ateh liIld we betiri i to
S f-: i"atiht McCi at-rtv for *. lew 'exjl r: r:istQ in her line in thitcU :- te
2._-d ti trimming hat- for th openl- sult we never havwt to "e:lid away flot
S-mack ilvi' r. ,iurncti t,, p, aet i. :t.i. prom i-.- to di-plav th.e dPi l ,t r o (' allmld incur ia larg'' dol-tor
t '. t lt of t- -torn. ttii t hatr and li 1- tv.r bill. for ( chambnherlaiin's Cou h iHei n
S, i,ly t t ,ia t in f t ,o-i .t. Tli;,l. 1,rti, t at r edy liever fails to cure. It i'- e-r-
i, l wo'l t ..lti ti- r". tni: -hw : .,r tainly a nir-dici- n o.f great a ifrit anld
Il. l i- ii to -t ii t l. rj,- 11 l u Bul,.rb %yrup worti.--D. S. MIKEARKI.. ( enral
r. Bull'-s lorh yrup .ll Irise imm, iat..t. Merchant and Farmer, Mattie. led-
.i. t 1+ It rl th.l i -+;T.t!I:)nt ;lth th e+ l fd- frl county.it P I. For sal,. by HW in- "
S ,* 'I Er (',3. IL tilr': d w l l r. M.'.ii. k., .p ti r.-la ii.- .i- o t a. or -al b i-
.ir .. 11.. :n. : 'I.. ..t ,.,,.\ tid ,,, .nah Bro-., 21 Mouth Palafox street.


: I TI 'ur-dy and will t-1m1rali
'. y"-. It i- highly -pken of
i, pr,.- of other citie-. TlickEt-
: aillt- will be 25 cent-; for chil-
; I cnt-.
SI' -iin- cl. Athletic club will
-'uit a uleta -ing Iproiraml of at,-
.. -j,,rt-, followed by a c'ike
, ,1.. at th, (;ymina-iuni Tuev ,y
. :.I .1'. March. 27. Ticket. will b,.


I lllItA! it.l, UL I -. 1t1 t I- tt .- -' .

No better Cigar for
the money made-DUR-
HAM--at D'Alemberte's

JUST 0


Handsome pictures, bric-
a-brac, etc., in endless ar-
ray at rock bottom prices at
Marston 4- Finch's.

OPENED.


- i t ., cenlt-.
*:.ly -even 'o'- i cia # appear(Id oni the t M l
(', court docket thii mornir. U
: : N ..-h. di-ord rlv (conduo't. w: h I
ilp fii (hi,.... w'.ine- i t...e r.'-.- aw Yy th inl
hunting g to $:.,. -- Everytbing New and Clean.--
A jolly p-,rty of Montgomery g(.i-
A jtll.r-n fri-nds Mr. Wt e H. g1 Thi Mo-t Attractive inm the Entire City. Regular Meals Served Daily.
S:,wljt-. is sto[ipiEiir at ttie E'cami- and Short Orders Served at all hour-. [Special Weekly Rates.
.- J.tn C'. Cheney. ;Ilinn An-
.w*. i,... I, Harris. F. (. H A. E. BAK ER & CO., Proprietors,
,,,dT ,t.mi- H. Watt-and .I,. P. "
'if r o 14 EAST GOVERAm uazr STREET.
ii-,f akl r of thee iIr- depart-
Sira:- mi-arly recovered from hi-- .
i,,- 1 ne-. The matter 'f pr4 Investigate the Convertible Term Contracts
ia t.' fir#.- will probahlyv l ( ,i'. tip
*r- t E. comnllil niletiniz tlo-ir-' -OiF THF--
A lc ii. ail it i-A 1oit' that app .'1-
"" :itt Old Penn Mutual Life Ins. Co.
D A V ID E D R E H I, "R""NI FN] -"1KELT ." V": RN.", fl "" "-
v ; h 1 I f, It il,, ll1 I ll : t t!:,
.iti.. to- l-IIIZht. W'll dli l ie, -

,: l',:. I t% 1 b.' T t:
tI- .itIt.- ;l.1-te!.D:'r ;.-.. e ted l D elicacies.
\ .. :,, -,,ubt play toi goolld tu- : .


M.-- Martihee Detrich-:. Il. Il lIlt
t, ithe niU-ic anid voc.il cl;ti f'i*
. ;..:l n its of tilme IlelPatuw I 1:1-
r-ity. 4,reencastle. Ind.. wl;o -,111
Ii. im'iimiiak Saturday and at i '
,-t IL altist church in this cit v Sill -
. I-ft on the 12:4o train to-day :,,
S iioa-tl. Mis ) Detrichseni i- i;.'
linest vocali-ts in thlis-coull ''"
I a:- a -weet. musical voitce. t"
' .- -,. w.'ll plai.-0ed with P-el-acvl:a
C -h11i will re-tirn in Junie a'.i
* ; l t ,. -titmti cer li -re. )tluriil 't- I
: -: ,, will t*.acht a c(la-- int
i ,li c ,- 113i lay It +,t w itl lWii ) 1i-
t iill* Il tilt ilig h r -'I t ll r


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THE PEOPLE'S STORE,


A.


Schwartz,

Proprietor.


*NEW ARRIVALS!-

O LR first announcement of New Arrivals of Spring


ACTS GENTLY ON THE

KIDNEYS, LIVER

AND BOWELS

CLEANSES THE SYSTEM
-SP EFFECTUALLY


OVERCOMES& -
SATION
11BITUAL CONSTIPATION
PERMANENTLY
ITS et g
ICIAL E
8157 TVE GENVINI- Ma T 0 OY
(CALINIA|TG&SYI?VPC.
Mo bAU B Y uwRUG mu SO niL hTi
leather Conditins.
Thei t'nipTrature ha- ri-ien in the
a-: (itilf .t:att- a;ii l Atlautiot c4ai;.st
i-trict-, and it has- grown colder in
)ther sRections of thie country.
Over the Great Lake,; and trav:,-
.isi-ia-ippi region thefa lll-; in tem-
werattLur, ra ,,(d from i; to is de-
rep-. 'Flit temperature tell to zero
t Bi.,nlarck th- in lori iiil-. arid the
itil II ved southward to w-stern New
York. Ohio. Indiana., Illiinoi-, MiJ-
ouri and JKansas.
'1 he :area ,f high pre--nire that now
overs the W*,-t, ~ ill ring colder
Weather to Western F'lorida to-
hi. t.
Precipitation exte indd to ino-t all
t-ctionm. during tt l pas't 24 hlio 'rs,
)tit large amount were li'imitpd to)
ie Gulf srat s. Mobile, Montgoni:-
ry, Pent-ac la and Jacksonville r, -
>ort more than inch of rainfall.
M. J. W aiM;HT, JR..
Ob)erver.


Preventeu a Tragedy.
Timely information given Mrs.
(;eorge Long, of New Straitsville,
Ohio, prevented a dreadful tragedy
and saved two lives. A frigh fi 1
cough had long kept tier awake -very
night. iShe had tried many reimn-
dies and doctors, but steadily gr# w
worse until urged to try Dr. Kiln.'s
New l),Di-covetry. Oin0 bottle wimol y
cured >lic and shme write-. thii n;ti-
vehElois mlietdicilne also cui-d Mr. Longi
of a sevel' attack o4 l'niei ,Lioni..
SSm-h rilre ar 1 ift po-i itilv- I inif ofi tit-
iniatchl.--. mi-rit of thIi' gr:t:idl rt'-ili-
Ily f.r, t'curiinT :ll t!ilo.it. ('c*! --t "a iilI
l V:1i1 troubl)lt -. Oi nly .>oaI aIild $1 ,io
itj tf.'e- at '. A. I, 'Alt-h- tie't. .'s diti:

Il .rtr ,l,,li;:l3" i- thn,, b -t tb er". E u-
."e:i,- .\ holion .


Room Mouldings


IAit (i


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SOL CAHN


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CO.


1I FORBES STORE .




Y1OU YOUR OWN Dr I

0\e can supI)l)y you with everything troin Stylish
0 Dr)cs Stu;ns. at really moderate prices, to a spool of thread
0 or a paper o0 pins-whalebones, needles, skirt buildings.
dress inins, buttons,. and everything elsc in the notion line
at ilst the prices you feel you ought to pay.


* 5000 yds Hamburg Embroideries. (on center counter)
S5, 10 and 15c yard.
50 pcs 31-inch Shirt Waist Percales, 8 1-3c yard.
S650 pes Figured and Stripe Piques, 15c value 8 1-3c.
1000 yds Standard Prints (dark colors) 10 yds 40c.


SW. J. & B. FORBES. *


WE HAVE 7HE OVE rY'-V WANr'
\Vh !rth, : y,,u % *i:i;+ *i !, " -II,1> 1.*iu ;tli **\ pf i i-\c ,i*r :t :r-; ,i ,.
S A' it'l I I


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%"" ..t LT,mTuts -1 r,4,t 4 r 'mym-. '
Ptory
31%i Weopi Macn -tr'-,.'h Aro-mm-,
s toury


Several maliil'r you c' ii ai tl' +l f,/- ,', r .,to,, -,. 1:1-
suring or 1:.. e-%lc,..

fDos. (. UJatsorp L jo..
RWAT. ESTATE,
Rental and Insurance
AGENTS,
No. 1 South Palafox Strce'.
PENSA.(,OLA, FLA.


Apparel.


A generous assortment, large variety


of colors and stv:es to select from of Ladies' Waists.
We carry all kinds: the largest assortment in the


city of well known brands.


Among them the famous


" ,/'j//;7 /].;r/l/!.'" 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 ofterings bv a glance at our large exclusive
Shirt Waist Window, and they arc cheaper than
heretofore by reason of our Motto: "SI: i. CIiAI' .\XA
THI RII;,.V I .NCR.!-.\I: I Ill- BUSINF.ss.


New
Arrivals!


!RE RNew
LAC[8 AND [MBROID[RII! Arrivals!


Our Centre Table- atr. -rating beneath a goodly sliar,- of the. Newe.-t
TiLi: '- iIt Laces and Enmbroiderie-.


F: .rmeg an I t-eti~ic


-awmt burg Edgizin.z :nrd Ini-ertitoll


Va.- I'icei a L ace amidInrtarc.
Macchcinie orctliomiEdging .and Intc-'rtiont.


.Xpliqume [4:tci'antd Imiertiomi,


l'.in: d* prot. Orient:i! and PIl. \:l. I:, -.
I t -ininaiit-F H.nt iltur.- Ed(I in,. -ix yard Ii1 n th1-. w-o't~ !i 7" to )o at 5F)C.


Sw Deepil Sale of Muslin underwear! *
One Lot ('hidJ'-: Drawe'r-. l-,:p.:ne.l and *tuiked. -i/.z- I anuI 2. at...10c pair
Sizf 3:1, 1. a .d A;. il.............................................. 15c pair
Onf, L,:t t'hill'- Trtlid med I)Drawer- at (',-t Mairk.
Ine Lo: (tL Child's Trimniimid (Gown-' at (',o-t Mark.
o)I.i L,t (Child''- Trimmned Skirt- at (' C-t Mark.
(Oi l.t Mit-et Trimmed (,owln- ;at ('-<-t M.,ik.
One Lot Ladies Trimintd (Ch-i mie, worth ::.-:, lor................... 21c each
One L,,t l radite" Trinmwited (Camnbric ('Chornise, w,.rth 7 ." for....... 45c each
zzOne Lot Odds and EndsgS,
In Ladies" Skirt-. and Gowns to Clo-se Out at Co-t Mark Price.


)fc


4we


DeFUNIAK SPRINGS.


Ill~IIav haI. lid IL. c& N


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Seat of the Florida Chautauqua now in Session
Until March 27th.
*:1. ,-Finevt Resort in Western Florida.:~!2
H iLzgh, t .1:-:,' ": ,' l.. l P,1 :, ; i i..vi : .aiinI, C lim ate.


THE BE T 6?7L 1, P,1CAT0N'LT H"IL


"NIT U I r"


MA


For Our Fine and Extensive Line of


Spring


Goods,


-~ ~ at


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JUST RECEIVED NI .'


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.)--JC3. CGLEMAN.


J. M. HILLIARD & CO.,
-- f.n,, f r iii **.- ,n:.'l I^.:ti. : i:, -
Carriages, Buggies, Wagons and Drays.
t=oRepairing Attended to Promptly._=


.. ;:', EAST (;AR)EN ST.


P:NSAColA. ILA


Roses--Carnations.
I am,,tellin.' the p-o.'u t of the li,. month and llighlanl Park (arlen( of
Montgomery, anI on t-.e ve hu:s' rotce f(a 'Ii any :tmol t of Cut lFiowera
and D)esinas wanted.


Carnations 73c per dozen,
America- Beau ;es $3.50 to S$.03 per t'oz n,'
All O.her Roses $1.50 to $1.75 per dozen,


I ing Phone :i29.


Delivered
' to you.


MISS VIOLETTE MORENO.
33 W'p-t Gregory.


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6 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, MARCH 20, 1900


MANY FAVORABLE


4 REPLIES RECEIVED

South American Republics
Respond to Our Call.

KEET IN CITY OF MEXICO

General Conagres of Independent Gov.
mraemets.-Massy Important M iters
to Be Giveu Conilderatlon at the
CoelaIg Seston.
AEW YORK. March 19.-The state de-
partment at Washington has been more
than gratified by the prompt and cor-
dial responses received Irom all tile
mearer American republics to the for nal
suggestion recently made by the Unite'
States looking to the assembly cf a geu-
eral congress of aih the independent:
governments on this contin-u:t, similar
so the pan-American coagre-s, whicn
met in Whiang:ou in lto'-J. iuf icleut
time hba not elap-ed for replies t.) ee-
retary HiTy's k-tter to cotue fro ,m the
more astatnt gcvernments of -outh
America. but these have give absurances
which distei any doubt as to the uaa-
nimity of a.1 ropub:ics between te At-
lantic and tte Pac.tic as regards tue
proposal to meet as sbon at possible
with a view of ltraideairg the copo
and exseudzig the advantages ai tLou
greiIlqnit reached.
Within a week or two at the L:uiLos
the last normal respoaie. are expe-te'id
to reaca Wastiington. and in c.itiineuat
iaucApation tue Lure u of Aueri, n-
sepabiies. ereated by the ias: congress.
-id now tieluding an Iat msmbersltip
every one of the repuoa cs. s taking up
the preliminary work of the meetZiug,
which will be held, according to present
indications. at the Cisy of Mexico 1II
l9UL The Oity or Mexico wa" selected
btha all the countries included might
esaily attend. as is to convoy eutis o0 ac-
aum to alL
If oee of the chief objects of the
eemia meetant ita achieved frequent
Mepeatiioms of the cofeorenoe as stated
imrvals will be provided for. and all
Mie rpuabf illl evernt.liy ace as
besie for e inteaausal gasbeting.
Ist e expaised that the date of the
eeaal assembly of the eastereoce is de-
esed for early a year la order that
ample epportuamly may be given for
seridereaton asad preparauon of the
mbjeess to be diaooaeed rather than
have the delecateo hurriedly assembled
sad coafrooted with ,uwmature propo-
The administration expect results of
the highest vale from the coming
meet ang.

W e ot.T-. ()i1 lHu:.in t!r- Il)' !L:r- Ie-
w.ik d f"r iny 1 -v.i- ", f a '.it t : i :i
rxmni-lot I -, c.r-ld by H l lCata'.t;rri.
T Irr-.
F. J. K I if N Nv. & '*, M ,Ale 1,,. V I .




l]i::t:i;io znaJt Iv tit-ir firmri.
\"-T& T'r; AX.
W holt-all" I); HL'i-t-l "i',,l .... ,.
WAI.!.,IN.;. K INa.\AN & .M+A IN.
H it;i l (.': air; i. ('I'u i i.tk-n: in-
te-r:ifly. ,cting dir-ectly u. i; tl1 I
i oo I alitl nd lie I; -irl system. Prie- 7c. per bottle. il
by all driiiists. Te-tinniAalt frt**.
Hall'- family tills are the he-t.
ila .ti r ( rts lydSro;>i,.b.ti.
'< "1 I lt, S C.. MarcHi i;. --.ai
Lgs nave caused a ranic in seve-al i0
caiitie of the Pee !i e section. 'ami
*ei Nelson of Statesborg. hirteu aix
weeks *ir. ias died of brhydrophobia,
after s effer:nc in bthe worst forms. An-
other man. name unknown, is reported
to havi died la -umter county.
Stinte Rp It C-iuvetl:on.
GiTIrsi. Os.. Marca 19 -Local Eap-
these are prepring f r ibthe coming of
the delegates of the satce Baptst con-
veatiom. which convene. here next
week. Comnmtses are onTvaimle toe
ety and houes have baeen secured tor
early alh she delarcaes, which will be
abo(s GUO in aamber.

DAILY MARKET REPORfTS.
COTTON.


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LEGISLATIVE. CANDIDIATHrI
And Dorlecaoev t Pt he C- a n -y 'on ven
thion at Plixweliri. April 14.
Folilowinig arop tho- catid~datei ft r
tifl~e l' -laturc- at.4! tL" l-t (if doll
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vk-iIs tl.arin-L 00 orit !4'I iru'rvm-. so she
pu't he'r Lanad ove~rr hi- pic-r., andsamid,


*'I1.iw duo,) oitt know that it spel1ls Ox.
Poll%
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-K.a!) Irant i'-o ,Arg .naut.
The letter 'rqy.
*ctoj: :jjl q tto !, 4 (i f youjr-
Self. RIiii .1 1 1,. -41 1; neighblor. iwhn
vki. :111 11.1,0I1 Ii4!:1ir'."hre you
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p.I~tdfl. H'-rjjlniti. Pit. "1; ALiv- I11
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vvarF- arnd hare trie-d rremodb- rwithi-
out number', but I-'iii Balm i-;; the
!h-'-t nit dcilip-.I havj rot Ij Of.
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('owfortiiblc flLWlttre.~ses,
rgllowxs, etc... to -o with Yom-'
n~ew furnihtu,,'. IYom can.
4ii:/ tiee wholfe outf/1' from~
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Thi' t..*f.ituririt. 4' 'M #o4 f4 I.ii i l.:-r 4 tr..ed
tUo appe~tr 14, tfl- t-ill ti.-I in Kiii- caut~eupon
Ninnda. lb.'*ev.i~t h 4.l' is f NMh%.A.1. Jism-'a..
Tht oiI,.-t Itw h 4I~i-!-Iin 'I1HK PAI.'
..a rnemw .paq'-r pt' in mI, ai.i t-
Catmiiiua cotwtitv, on.'.' tacti ~.Kfor eizb
A N1. M*M i viAN
BY H. 11. RI tx r m,
t t.i vLlerk.
Pesnt~colI4. Florida, 'i iarv i 5.. I-o'.


N IMUE1K ik Lrehtv ivonTo Ii'ttthe' undor-
o)f FlI'init N-r f rI..I.rA pilt.-tnt. 14 toineirp 'rate'
peat ineuwl4.rta4.t o Ilt~w of The- Statet.' 421'I44r-
Ida. nlet it- I Iar.rin v. i.and 1'.tut.-
?n1o vLt'Y.:f tjI lo, zinn: i, i iZilch I on tile in
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L1WINS BEAR & CO., WhIoJesale PaleIP s. Penll'eoIal
WIBEAale)le Sole Agents for Celebrated YELLOW LA BEL X,,

A Lack of Control. Smoke DURHAM Ci- 0-other High-Grade Whiskies.r:n


"I)on't you think hle hins wonderful gars at D'Alemberte's.
counrl (ver his voime5?" asked the
young woman.n


aNi":nswere~d Miss Ciyenne. "I
('111)1 s 1, Itin% I Imt. leSlugS vr
tIme any one as-ks him to."-'Valiing-
tori Star.
Time to Attack.
I'e ri tmcak tin KIotffvontein sIIouI4
IIc tizitii-fort. lorealifnst." remarke'd

-~you certalInly tinve. strong groundlos


Coffee: Coffeel:


l'e call the al/ention of
the genera! public to 'he
fact that we har' on. f-f
the best equipped RIoamstrs
in the South. and thatt we
an fu,.nirh. fhis d1eipincu.'


for your suggestion." added Mr. Bmllo t- '".. .
fleld.--lttsburg Chronicle-Telegraph. beverage ta, prices that
defy competition, Ve also
When you want something to hei-l def8/y to rcmpetd ito n itt omr
a burn. or a sore, or a cut, why r ot wish to remind you that our.
try Panner Salve, which isguar-ante-d Coffees are always fresh
the most healing ointment in the from he Roaster. While
worlo. Take no substitute. W. A.
D'Alemberte. others are old and have lost
th-eir arnoma.n nur.e is fres.h.


Itnles fori Lent.
All the faithful who have cm-
pleted their twenty-first year and
who have not begun their sixtieth
year, atd who are not exempted frii m
the obligation of fasting by sickness.
haid work or other well known rea-
soni., ar#A obliged to fast on all the
davys of Lent. except Sundays.
On those days but one full lieai is
allowed, which should not be taken
bf-fore noon.
Ctiitomn allow- a cup of cotlee, tf3
or thin chocolate. aid a --mall ipie'e
of bread or acracker, to be taken i:n
the mioirninlg; and in the evening, a
collatiin. not exceeding the fourth
part o(f ini ordinary meiial, i., allowed.
At this collation, butter, cheese.
milk, ggs aud all kinds of fruit.
ti-h aind ver,-tables are allowed.
Wh'i-i the principal meal cannot
wit hoill grave iicolivellieiice he
rakeii at noi i, i t. i s p r l nissi.li)le to4
taik- tIl0e collation in tl. 4 inornii;
ai l tih' dinner in the eveinimig
A listiie-ce from the. uie ,of fle-h
is nij ,ined oni all the Wedinesday v
anid Fridav- (of Lent and oni the Sr-
urdaiy of Emil-er Week and on Holy,
Sa t ird ivy.
Tl'ie t-e of lard i; allowed itr co.k-
Fi-h and 11-h iare noit allowed at
t!i> -.iine tieal, evenli o11n Sunday'-;.
I-':.s, cheese, milk and butter iiiy
It e ii--d 'ver"- dIiy. ibut ahst in tice


and delicious.
New Orleans Grocery Co.,
JAS. MI'HUGH,
Phone 105. Proprietor.



OPERA HOUSE.


ONE, WVLEE;K!


( (.OMMENCI4<.

Tuesday, March 20.

Mati cc WidedIa, Friday, Satrday.



lalwi:-M eiviile Co

Wilter S. Bildmin Minager.

TI'fl EI l.>Y NI(;IIT.

DEVIL'SS WEEB."

lh'a fti** I y:,'-< ao" ;'i_'h f it .' iin' 4-l
t y .1 p -;- 1 .th t';h pim ;d .;-' ft t- i.,'k lt.


f'-oil all of tht-e i- reomllleid d (ill P .; F-... AS At -.
jim d Friday.
Pe-r.ons exi npted from the o1) M1>ti l.l. I0 :iild 11ii coi- -.
i;,ation of fa-til;g are not bound h-. Niht. 10i. 20 and ;i ceilt-.
the re-tirictioli of u-ing lnelat blut
oni u]-e of mlieat is pertm itted by dispo- I-
tollt i tty WEEKLY SCHEDULE
Children over seven years oif a;' AM
are bound by the law of abstinence. I FOR TEAM DIVISION
unless. excused by tickne-s or other. PENSACOLA ELECTRICTERMINAI
caused. RAILWAY COMPANY.
Trie paschal time. in which ali r o MA NY.
Catholics who have common to) the Trains leave Pensacola for the Llttle
Catholics who have bcon to te Bayuu, Palmetto Heach. Warrington, Navy
years of discretion are bound to re- Yard and Fort Barrancas at
cpive holy commlluniiion worthily. ex- a:0Ma.m.arriveatl Fort Barrancas 7:ISa.m
tends from the first Sunday of Lent il:411a.trm.arriveat Fort Barrancea l,:46a .m
till Trinity Sunday, inclusive. Chil- S:aI p. m.arriveat Fort Barranca.s 4:1.,p m
dren over seven years of age are :l5 p. m. arrive at Fort Barraneas 7:loppm
bound by the precept- of annual con- I *6;00 p m. arrive at Fort itarrancas 8:o6p.m
bound by the precept o annual con Trains leave Fort Barranca for PeDna-
fe--ilon. Pastors and parents should cola at
izee that the children comply with 7:3na. m.arriveat Pensacola...-. *:l5a.i1
this duty. 11 p. m. arrive at Pensacola ......... 11:4 p.m
The holy season of Lent is a time : fii p. in arrive at Pensacola .. 7:45 pm
of prayer, of sorrow for sin, of seclu- 1 T p. m. arriveat Pensacola......... 7:4Sp i
!-ion from the world and it- amnu.s- *:4 i p. m. arrive at Pensacola .........9:80 p. m
metts, and of generous almngiving in effect Dec. lit, 1s.
By a -pecial indult granted to the
bihors of the United States for t,-n G NDATY ICUDrD3.
years. dating from Marzh 1-), 1 O.) Leave Pensacola. Lv Fort Barraneae.
working people, who cannot easily iie.m. 10a.m.
observe the common law of the I p.m. p. m.
church, are dispen-ed from the ob- Sp.m 3p.m.
liz.:ttion of abstinence on all days cif 1p.m Ms.n
tlhe year except Friday.v. A-h p.m. p..m.
Wednp-day. Holy Week anid Christ- 6 p.m. Ip.m.
inns Eve. This dis-pon-sntion does-i, r rroR wUX PAT Y.
iot exempt from the aidditiotnal -i i. Penqacola to Fort Barrauca and return 46c
Pensacols to Navy Yard and return ..... .fc
lizration of fasting, where such ex- Pennfaoola to Palmetto Ileacb and r-turn 1ic
i-t-, nor does it auithorize- thi-i use ,f fFAX PFO suNDAr
filhi and -tie-h :tt the s;'-tiit- meal. It f: enqacola to arr. Barranoass Nary
inchlides. however, not only the indi- I ard and rtr ..............
vidul waorkrmen in whos- favor it i-Pensacola io Palmetto Beach and
g'rantevd. lut all the t iellmber- of th,.ir
fam ilie- as well In return it i- 'x N- l --,t Ift,,r.:,, o. m.
p.c'ed that thioe who avail thepin- -
-+dIve- ( I thi indtlt wil eit-avor t.> e (i vi o
ittt.-r initoi the .pirit of tile ioly sea- 11 < IN L) IX(I tI1llON
-*.1) 'f L nlit by volit,tary acts of tllo lr-
tifi,.iti(on. p-iialic<' and alit LivAi' i;g. A
Ino-,-t t i l.; <'w tlvy cll-tolil i- th;i" ofi
:i-ti a i:;i: diiri ::F Len t f't,,i -tilnu-
la. t t-. in 4 tr i th,' -Er -,ir 1 thir-t fI
1l C ivi; ,vi0,' ,i'4 r.
T'i !) w io nt r ;ii. ;i ny r-.-;'o;i:t -
t, ,,lu t'i ,hout thi-ir htl,il on,,. hli t.)


Lirp i-;ttir or' K'0f,'-44r f~ir' adv it

M.i:-.Ala Fvl): ir:.rv No;. llv.i.







smme disease without any incota-
3t~Ien4tPt)PS=5 BY ALL hRtimIfM


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PROPRIETORS OF THE OFFICE SALOON.


12'. c. $JtIKNT.


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First -National Bankl

OF PENSAOOLA. FLA.


WM. H. KNOWLES. W. A. BLOUNT. F. C. BRENT, W. K. HYKK JK
D. G. BRENT,





dlrWe draw oar own Bills of Exchanwe on Oreat Britain. lre, *;
Germany, France. Austria, Italy, Holland. Spain, Belgium. Russea -
w y. Sweden. Denmark and other Earopean countries.

AWlVepse!L Diabarsed upon the Moo; Favorable Terms. and t r :
Obligations Taken Payable as Port (of DesiAsation Ten or FifteeL i A*
sift r Vessel Arrives there

AW Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent in Connection
with which we have a Private Apartment for the Tl.
^f 0 of9fwa


Cold Weather
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TDOmpsoQ, O'ser 9 0:.


Telephone No. 147.


Coal and Wood.
S I.' a nll ad i trl r I i ',t r:. r "
AL.A ha I roai .it '.'t. -


THE ORIGIN'J &L-


T,. LOUIW


A. B. C.


BEER.


V.J..VIDA Sole Wholesaler.

fIllO lSi 1. BIRDIES IIIE1, lIOwiTED W1D10 ESII1

Paul Jones aii Echo Sirius Clelbrate ThIisices.
P NETRY I BOTTLE OF ClUT TOI&.
W .. PHONE 154. : : : : P. O. BOX 587
JUG & FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED
Free Delivery to Any Part of the City.
41Wg All orders left at The Offlce. VIdal at&mitb.will to-car-'.
attendd to.




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Chinese and Japanese Monday, April16. 1900.


*--Fancy Goods,--
FTNE CHINA TEAS.
No 31t sou(lits Ial'.lt .x irtree


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DUINK LION BEEE!:


:OGOLAYz (."-


Grist and Corn Mez.1.fvIils.
16 -F.- G ONZ R zE Z Co0., Pm&

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Ea4d,,rae, I by a!! lt; -
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Geo. Pfeiffer, Agent.
PENSAC OLA.
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, MARCH 20, 1900. 7


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BETWEEN TWO FIRES
A TRAINMAY'S CAL STIC COMMENT ON
RAILROAD RULES.
To Obey Them .%I!. Hie SnxMeanus to
J~bPTim~e and XIi n n i3ichamr-c
TO. iigqnuuLThemn. :nd itrte an Alcel-
dent lien.,, a IlititcbiatraztAISO.

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iii-a sI %%il, i lduv a 1.7.- 1 y'.i fa trill
z-..i~tl.:I i z 1;g o titthe .ivsa

ti-Il 17.1ght lit. I-Ae'tler :atw i L(,rv readily
ti,;I, 1 1- -11 l if !wL %x t-,,e I- Ilit- ra Ihth-r
t'4 ,.ik ijotted firt-n Ills S-tallijKoilt .an1d
"(Ili77our line.'"hi' said, '"we have
vi 1m% a ;ml tuii4.' 2;Lit (4!77II'ivs thu
knotl.'el% e:11141 ('e nirit'"ce (if wor~irk j
tirvit I r mli's anit n rgulati 7 i.'s :2s siatidii-

lr7 !- Too f di-tVl 41%41i1-,'1 rule ar~id re2.::1
L'.ioi pw t-i t!!i It tter m'ti klt -i travel
far '-:iftur tl:imi i%.ig in Icedl. tout -it
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4,:d ldi -. '1'-taut l ue'-. w.mld 1alppear

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1 ;- '.o. %% it '27 ii" o n-idoil gilty 3occur
C;.eIA- '* 2Il ~1- dsx %%.sl.Sothe.11
Iv ~ ~ ~ ~ t# 1114-s-:0.01i~. li'iiin -isrthi1.11
4424'4.iii, o d i oo tc le ie v s
In I! c l h isrlt', orh twp h o-
Irv!441-, all,! if'' 1:1 ie wouil gil tyhr ouh
Iir :Ii :7 4. I d. a n i e .,s l o tf
f '1.O. vpa, g tle ik~k .4 ra!.'s 7111472 3 lse tion
Iil .!- h :j Il.s'31' 744 as ie. i kt r pi' Lis iipi'

..li'1 (.'i eltha ie w o uld 7thriii7'h
s44 4'' 4 74I oar fur (tc'4 'it 7everyi oeel a 7747'ii
#I %* #-:it1:111it 21w 4'il iit ii ltd l i
fir: s:111 ayarv
"'It I f11)4 t'. ofa t:' -,t r.utin abLi~ra
34. 1. ('77r io dl v I'e' .'. Ifl :i' t.'ills ith,
yl' 14. .. i~ fri i 1;. 7 I i. Ir i ri I I II 1 2d-1

st!: i ,2h I!t 41ill. j :,- v'.i f t~l e' I l.47)-
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been tried and fire test-
ed. D'Alemberte sells
them.

NICOLA CASSA,
RESTAURANT---OYw1rJS.
Fruits, Cadiles, V1t^.


C l red WAR AGAINST IMMORALITY.
Copper Coloredw sto Opens Vigorous Canpaign
SAgaeinst Vice.
s otBos o March iy.-Ata public meet.
Splotchesing. he uoder te apici of the
There one cure -ratch and Ward society, Rev. Fred-
Theeri i ock E. Aien, one of te officers of th
llood Aison-thi, comrnl ,-:.y ifu.i:,d -hvi dt Tf. T. -y r vicious ,lai have been uroduoet
are tt:.ilIy unab'< to '-r" it. :;du direct: in U' ton during the last few years.
their e'fT.'rts towiu:d bottling t.." ',)ison He advised toe people wfC parronize
ep in th *i -ood PAcd urcneial.ng it frnm the theaters to find oat before and leave
View ^ crs ti. di ; s "1 plays alone and not atteut aud to
view. S. S. curcs the dis. .-, to govern theisolvei acor.iiugly.
tively ai.d permanently by forcing ou: Alter referring to the cnarga that
eve-ry trace of the taint. '3.0(X\.0jUJ is iaually paid in tribute to
I wa, aiil-tit with a terril ; 1.' ,,-od -.iJeas. toe police by criminals to tuan:cipal an-
which w '.'&:n W 11spou at firrt. hat :.f rv, 'ri thorities in New York city, Mr. Ailen
e'r, l ,.in7 ,' ,,Ln'y i continued:
suri.- a ,n r t- "There is n question that vi.e is pro-
Sn7;'.i. the -untuiin I tected here in Bostor, too. There is a
tl eiatred.,B e ?> ,r considerable number of the police force
(471, it,74 lt'i,*7iii tthat 717
> d-ct I had pi I:2 a xihul;dre.' this society cannotobtain legal evidence
(la. r',wn a iwa to make it possible to convict in court "
Stxretl various patenl
/ undici:d -. lut 'hey d:J Jewelry Marked by Tiny Nambers.
r- n Id ia. rt e every plece of worthy jewelry
fir.t t.uttie of -. 5. I ther- will lee found a series of numbers
Sw a greAtly nirov- 1 1o fit'l that a glass is needed to cor-
the ro.s it. Tho" n-t. rnil :plotehi,4- on nty '* .-tly r'eid them. These numbers are
ch,'-t h.'-an t., r,,w pail.r a:itn sdualler, anil thre to prote't tihe owner In eVent of
b-f.-'''- Jolt; ': ,;,ar."l "ntirely. I rc'gaine'i
riv ; :* '-'. .-'.. x *' ii. Fo :--in er. amnl tar al- 1I,! -s. It is iinkinil to say It. but pawvn-
p-ti,..r .,::I mpr.,v, .1.. I It4. ...,n e, tlre.y bl',ke,.. rs: ha've alv o adopted the numlnler-
We'll. awl1 ily -kiLn .* .-r i -- .i [ 'nre. '"f ;glass.s.
II. LU M t'kas, liu !;'. r'ry .st., Nu.-vatrk, N. J. ilnl .-'; nllie' to protect theliselvt-s froui
1',(n't (de.treoy till po's:-ilile change of a thiev-,. Every plawniltoktr knows
cur'- I'y t-:ki' n th.- dit..t',s tratiment wv.ter.' to look for these significant
of 111' rr ry :utxl pot-i'It. 'iTh. '- mino"ert:14 l' iii!''ri. :all(l in the eteia of a r'r<'e bit
cauQ t!io liiir' to f':il ,tu', 14l will .f ,.wv.Ilry its travels from tthe factory
v:reek ;- S e.Zie v syM.em. 1 st,,e, ui from s,, r., to pawntltr.iker


SSSS!T%'C Blood,
iS Pt' IFLY VFIEA',t'T!. I 7 M~i ; thle ofl-
*J3i.tI''111--euV.*41"I tahcr ninc'ra.d
bok 4111 Lii.- *.i-e':os''anid "- tr.eat.,
mlent lilil~tlrc'(. 1 b) eSWilLtj"21,e,1:C CuM-
pany. Atlautu, i6i-iogia.

T't v otliteir S-ork-rn.
("h B IeU(o1'721IutlI'r was 13
e77i'" Ip, i. ii i > Coj1-) vslraee : 27 g'ilvg
Sa ;:~lt"i Awl, tjL'i:1 i t'i W o ds.
14e'''11j3 1k'12 Itie r l'. NNas t 111:14.:Isi~
tl.'cI. jat 7 I' iat, d'Ow i',giueralu '
\%ai;l r 7!.'' I it Li141-' 17 Vt'4:14'llt-ito ucs.

Btuit l*4r!:l1ps Butle'r's-emost S:4 a.-e re--
17 4.l :'77 X.!ithich a U'1. luit:Lrian i i-
4..ze 1.71 i it 4.\N:I1"..l71Cnie Freeman~it
C1'11-1o. S lt:12 : 1 ig 77W7 ii i ll!'! d thet
If : ta 1 77 til WIiilIlat ion 'w.:IS miade lie

'"1.17 tare7.vow]1at h(1t3:in "our re-
12m1.2 b .! 1 't twi).ethInk dsof' the Trin-
it'.'


-I fI*4)m71 S.- ;o ) tqI ,I I f -11 1e') IEI I e ttx1% 1 .
wI'Ii~.:'aatng -I-o'uravy. -Ih'tz cut
(01N .i)OWN %HIi Lt
P~il~ L~f~riI.~froutikidnIIv i-y(--


A I4 A7 I

I will rep'tir your watcnp :!111(
j,'welry in flrst-clas,4 -tylo. J. I.
S tep *ns
Bay you r iife one of those
1iandsorne parlor muites
f'rom. M4ar'ston 4' Fine/i.


ITH


FAVOIllT


Place For Pensacola
Buyers to Buy

Choice Family


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'T ,. 'i,,vi. tin ii lr'ke Into a rcar of L Jl J
l::ti !,',ir. inl which tiw eh'lervyn:an Jolu-
e'l N'vw York Maiil and Express. i -

E'..geno J. Hall. the poet and pub- The W
lihli-r. -;.s r that one d, e of Folev's Up-to-D
Hotev and Tar re-stored lii voe.-.
w ,t le h ri rs, '-s ti aten iid to ;'re-
ve.nt III- Iteture at (' tintrall Mu.le
Hall. Chicago. Nothitr ;,i- k ta-
g',-,d.-W. A. D'Alviinlite. C1 E TZ
4 ,,^ s ,,- 3. MIve
Lars. e 9 Th9 Kid YOU Have AIwPys Bcu:tl
Er G eX:-12(
von s s.^ E. Govern


TIM& TABLE.
LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.
IN EFFECT JAN'iA2; 7.
1o \. n.:.O It
1:12 P Iii A 1,V,- M -h It- t
1: n I I: t m A.: :%, New 4)r-t-pteps Arr7 t. .ft II V-11 fitI
:1'' jit it A I r. lontzitonxer' A'-riv.* :1 1. 1) 111
It jj P III A r iq -
I--:-',-n.- a .' It III Ar, I. Loui-' 7. lf, A m%1. .- p inl. a
4:-- It" I t T 2a i 0 VII a n% I 5 111 P I I
BETwxLIJ PENSACOLA AND JACKSONVILLE.
No.!,

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3M. 3. .3MR3MW
0-PROPRIETOR OlF-o

CRONIES SALOO0N
0-DEALERI IN-o

Imported and Domestic Wines, Liquors and Cizars.
JUG TR ADE A SP'PVoT A TTY.
Coiner' Belmont anod fAvillierit St44. PHNAACOrA. FTA



IMcMillan- Bros. Co.1


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LOON,


=OPPOSITE UNION DEPOT.~-


SERIES W. C. NORMAN, Proprietor.
S AT-


all-Known,
)ate Store


-O)F-


Telephone No. 46.
...


--:.THE CrIGCEST AND MOST POPULAR BRAND F-:-


& GO., WI ID, WIm LO. O !ALI,


0-122 -<
ment Street.


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At lbargzain.. ;, a',r- :,,: 11 .i ,1.r TELEPHONE 261.
fn,'w and cultivation, tt- t ;l,,lan -.
w,, ,il'ti, '. of ,1 rile .i'th ,', (' -1 ,,- TJOHN McDAVItD,
dtva ]Park. with 4-roil hion,0' liartn ,
,tii tw,, ral)lI* l. Pri N i ,. I',,r I P I n t f A
t ,nf.,,ruati,,'.n apply to, V. I.i REAL ESTATE AND BROKERACE.
I),,u^:-ufiln place, ,or J. E. ()u -bu:-
-oI & Bro.. city. 1hiliii CITY PROPE-1RTY. FAIRMING
-A ,-i- I ND TI'MER LANDS
DURHAM Cigars are R A .
the finest 5 cent smoke
Try them at D'Alem- Loans Plaeed at Reasonable Kaes
berte's. .4 Fast ( v,'-rnivipont ,-trfpt.



YiE IIIGIIAL INTUlCK? l3BAR L ICUi


S.


A. FRIEDMAN, Prop.


AGENTS FOR


Liquors.


High-Gracde


':." !; i(,K. I'i;\'.'iV : i 'lK, II'N HARDIN S 0 14. MASH.
V'F lY FINI:: FtlEIIiM.\ N < ('E:II.:I;RAT DI OLD PRt' VA'T1'
ST'' ('K. !'2 YV..'i' < O .1I),: l.I !) ,K VK I.VI 'ET. KEN-
1 t1 I '-S l'E !Il:' ;';t(N O 'I- PI'tIrV. ANI)
.1" (,I." < IE' I oI; {.\NINDr W HICH
'i) Ml.NT"I ().N.

\V 11,- .tiitiy l -,..
THE JUG TRADE IS OUR MAIN SPECIALTY.
t Al-o A',.nt for t.* !-',Fon,,- P.i,-t .1:iwa.ikfe l;,r. Fr.. DI v-
.-ry to v ixry P rt ,f t!e (t'ity.


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I)EN.:-ACoI,.X. FLA.


nllmwr'trui l,1r' sirna flfnsi


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-N:: BEERS, ETC.,_A -
IN wOOc NO GLASS. LARGE OR SMALL QL'ANTIT'E".


8O[E AGiNTS FOR


lIE ~hl 1-14-Ii'It WHISKYI.

ATA''4\NTIA HiU1'VI Nf COMP1A NY S


H. H. WICKED.


Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter,
No. S South Palafcx Street.
All Kinds o, Plumbing andt Ga- Fi:*'in 'u Mato'ria: K,;.: Hand


TEIEPlfl)Nl. R-2


S- METHING NEW


.EVERY DAY-


HALL & KLEIN'S


Mammoth Retail Grocery,

502-504 SOUTH PALATOX ST-.
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A. M. AVERY,
fMUOsWew r b f Jd r I W /fo,)
IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF


lUlUIU ULI U u iqUiurQU L3 I-Iardare,
ALL ORDERS SERVED ON SHORT NOTICE 4 Iron, Nail., Axe., Shovels, Saw Mill and Steamboat Supplies, Cooking
AT ANY TIME AT REASONABLE PRICES. and Heating Stores, Paint, Oils and Window Glass,
S) 0ioo ms ,r tAenDay ek or Month. { Agate and Tinware and Honsefumrnlaing Goods.
311, 312 North Tarragoea Street, Opposite Ullin mpot. Gans, Pistols and Flahing Tackle.
0-Telephone 68.----0 1 AGENT for Birmingham Rolling Milla Company. Revere Glant
--I-GEO. WILSON & CO.,*--- Stitched Belting, Northampton Emery Wheel Company, Laftin a Rar d
Powder Company, Johnson's Kalsomlue, Iron Kiag and Buck' HStoves
Don't Forget to Stop With the Fat Man. and Ranges, Wm. Coups A Co.'s Raw Hi e Lace Leather, Muasry's B ady
* FRESH VEGETABLES 1 IClYlI DIILT. IBOLEULE All BTIL. Mads Railroad Colors.


* Coppersmiths,

General Metal Workers.


Manufacturers of and Heauiarters for the

Celebrated McMillan Seamless Turpentine Still,
C piste Oetfites al s had, ad orepe In te comtry.
MOBILE, ALA.


I'~.*


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* THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, MARCH 20, 1900.


A LYNCHING IN ALABAMA.
Charles Hmpbrepa- beot to Death
on Sunday.
OoI wtM's. Ga. March 19. -Charlie
HmphrieSe a aegro who had attempted
to outrage a young white girl, was shot
to death by a mob yesterday.
Sturdy night Humphrles concealed
himself in the bedroom of Miss McCoy,
the 1oyear-old daaghter of Mr. Fee
McCoy. a well known farmer, who re-
aid es U miies west of Columbus. and
when the young lady went to her room
to retire he ee:zed her. bat her screams
brought assistance and the assailant
fled. A posse started out to find the
segro, who was recognized by one of
the family as Humphries.
Yese rday he was surrounded and
csptored. He contested to the deed
aed wasi O-not
LYNCHING AT MARIETTA
Joihn Illey laker IFrom l the Jail
aia t Shot.
MARIETTA. GA. March 19 John
Bailey. who was arrested last week and
loiged an ;ai charged with attempt.
ing to amsaurt Miss S e..gruve. was
taken from sj ii and saot Saturday nigit.
His wounti. are- f'a-.
Two ba. ..> rurck near the spinlt
coiumn--t,.e between the i.ronuiersauid
one about the inddide of the ibatlh-two
entered on itr tMe right shoulder bhiad',
one in ats left side, one uuder taoe ief
ear. two to the upper rignt arm and out
in the left iea.
The mob thinking 'aiiiy was dead
left him where be ;e.1 lie was after-
ward found b tro siiernid and medical
aid summoned.
Dis*l'roiuii Ijkri mMi i .
JA. -,,s. Mits. MAre.a ,. There
was a disattroni track s.i Ie on the Ili-
no:- Centr.. rti.roati. I m:le south of
*his (.t. b ,ot- uniiimntgnt lI.t nigrt,
and all trains are ielaveud several hours.
Tue acuihb,-nua ptsseuwers and freights
i nw procerd to New Orieasu over tie
Yazoo aid, Misetsiippi Val.ey road.
IPeath of Fruuik Peoler.
LACI:.-- Was.. March li. Frank
Pooler. capitalst. nlumberman and poll-
tucim of Osalaska. Wie was stricken
wth paralvyis Satuday night at Savan-
a.Ilh' s.. dting there has night. The
resaias arrived here for interment.
He was 63 years old.

Story ofr a iate.
To bo bound hand and f ot for
years by the ch tini of di-.a-e i- t'ia-
wort form of -tav,-rv. (0 ore-* [.
Willianms. of Manche!;t--:er. Mic,..
t.-:h, how such a -l;v.a wa- InId-
free. He .,ays: ''My wife t'-- Ia-vti,
so helpless for fivr yva.ir- that t,.e
could not turn (ov-r in lbt-d alo,1s
After u-ing two b,:'l- ..-..f El--chrI-
llitte-r-. -., i idl-tuiiily Inmpr ved
;tnd able toa d* Lit oiw: w<,i k." '1 li-
,upretilem r-.intdy for f.-nii l- jdis -a-t--
quicklv cur.-at n-rv -t-a --. -i.-*-: I'-e--
tet--.. In-laii.'li"liy. .ad:sa' .-. baak-
ache. faintii.r a;tind d J y ,.Y 1'-P 'i'! :-
miniracle wolrki iu '-tll l:. a; -,o,-
-etnd t-. w e.lk. -ikly. ri:, l..w :, ; ....
1 -. ltiv-ry '. y:ttl (- ..;i-t l '.i-,- (lily
.if c' int-. S.1hi lby W\\. A. D'Al 1ii



Sh -- 1>) w *. l .iro.
I.,iKMGAM.E- Al:a. 'Ij -- A, .-
spet-ai to Thbe New, ir.-i Merid:an,
Mis., says that lHo ard Cail:epper. a
prominent roung farmer. residing near
Toomsubak, was shot an-i killii iast
night by an unkno-A negro, uom be
had gone to arrest.
Ug I tr n' t prttvllla-.
Putay-VnII.IJt, Aia. March 19.-Pratt-
-tile wa practical destroyed by lire
atn morning. 19 stores beiag burned.

Rkv. Jh ri Rid.J iJ..of Mant.. r'.'tteiiliir-ii'dl" t Eli'r. (A'raem
Balirim to in. catan pntti:i-iz, his
statement. "'It I- a pm-ritv. a'rti for
caturrh if ol.ed -.- dir-crted.."-ftlv.
Francin t P,,,e. Pa-tr r 'eritral
Pr... Church. lelelia. M..nr
After uh;r.g Elyy'x ('r.-uli- B,:Inn "ix
weeks I ta-li v- i]\- -If fiurs.d .*f ca-
tarrh. Jo-a-pli ?Stewart. ( Randd Ave..
Buffal. N. V.
The Balm doae' rolt irrirate ar c:lul*
antiea itar. Jai,,l by 'irulkri-t- at I.
a-t.. or flailed by Ely- $rither-. 51;
Warren St New York.
V. M. II. I.
The regular seeuni-monthly imeet-
ing of the Y,,unig Ma-n's Busint--
league will h,- hili Tue-day t-vtn-
ug. March I"i. at b o'clock.


Fre've- Vaevination
OnTu,,day-. Thur-days and Sat-
urdays. from 12 ni. to 3: p. in.. p|ron-
will be vaccinated free- of cLarg at
the office of the Statr- Hoird ofa
Health otf Florida. No i. \VW t Int'i-
dencia tre-*t. Pti% !ici ti,- iof ti- <(it%
haiv' kindly coin-enitd tl ps-rforal,
the service at the hour- iam-d.
Nw. K. H %vt.

Bartholotiniy Bt-er onl I)rau.zht at
Eugene Arbati'-s.

Three Large Stores
Full of FI'RNIT IIE. TFh. fin..-
line of W alnitt l-dlro.l, tlii ult.- ** *--
;howti in PPi'uacobl PrPtty. neatly-
finiihod Il*,, ";ak I ,droi-n if it -' :ia
all priceii. -ittan anid Co'. tbl-r Sa it
Rockei-. bi r and little. tiheap ; d;,
ltigh. look at then.
4. M PN IY .t .'
Il.lrg;ain l'ut: hin!git; H, ,--.

.Vothinso .,sets o/l a homiwe
as han rsorne furniture.
MIfarston .5 Finch hare an
imntu nse stock for ./ou to se-
lect from and the'/ wi'ill sell
it to you on lon g time (ni
CaS!l pa/,ym en Xs.
G.'ld Metal- to Ht AI-lEB' w!,i-key
at Ni-w (ir'-*it,s.- \V,'.i,1- air C('i-
eagro Try it. 'oill wi 1 -'.,.:-" t0.e
Judge's v-rdiL .
SOLD BY


SOAP
For Sanative Uses.
ITS remarkable. ernu,:1;,.nt. t'anin'.tg. nn.I
pntvz.. ;ro .'rt~v-, tic
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t "n o I !1C% i 4414 ti. n a r fr I,..
to mathf; Th' ix-e 1r 4 IfHen- i ve 1 i -1 t
ti~e sC-v;n the it m
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to *; o thei T e u- of .% 4$intll-

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Nor Pa xarc. .:a-I-, LoS i, to H
V1tL-norstil:rti. F4. B. U!tato Baars, eLau

NU- BaOl-a bu,4 Durchman. to Mrd 1,
WItt CognatI,,, 'at olt foac
Nor4Par~t'riiarc '.)$. Msalverrsefl.to ordi
It rueu n. I 1. ICanir.!a. to BirDun-r
v6w.d lhawr a:.l (,o1.toard'
Not er Kiosir-a Wv, A n~.to aorde.r
It o" 1nxj, ''i.'.i -.'. jq.. fie P 121 ordnr
Nor (oveos. '>. -%. tot W oKbrder
Nort' '.n. Aiir-on. t)od hr od

o'r I nd~. 'X J:b~ to 4.yulf .6~
1,tor -Cop
It Lu'..a F 1. ';. 1at'a-'i. to NVMl{'- r
Nor %i..r~vA; J .' uson'. t- ,Ba~ro..
%or No'-r st. 1, 3~;i'..ok*e n. I l'. -:w4(4la
No,! N''raa'. 'i.i-.r ~.,. o~.MKeyv-
Nor (h'wf. : '1%.. O rJ
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'TF. CLEAKIL) A,%D Z~AILKD eJR PQ kEN-
SAt I1 LA


L Us. u "7 a- idHnh r 't1
MIarcella. I.h Harnrtilrg NOW.'
Il Ria. Ku'.. 4( md P. I tle- %,k:
st-I1% H. It ..S!at l.aPilat. No% 1
Vftluta. %*-r. -'i 11t-i l %401I'"

Na'r'''u- 'Ae,iku#-- or pilpitat'i-ii
rof tha hi;-art tudieatte- di-oird#-'r a.
the' satnniaot: and di~z.-.tion. PI"HwK i.
ASH BuI-i R1- I- a wonolidaful rompiied
ill !-tIleh .~e.It &taie- -r'sts
ens~ azd ra-gulata-- tho !-toinach. live~r
m ii. 14 wt im.r-. T vt-t't' the C ii .-f
.Iie' ht'.rt -51't4-,:wd bilid- tip :a
-t roti,: ~ anld V r t-b i-dy. S 1d hby
HI tuimah fra
MA: '-'.j y- at Etuz. lno Arh''iia'-
S kVAL SVOI'OJisMAIKKUT
Inepuirted D~aily foir The Nt-wais t,






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Fro'..Briiilurnitureat llPices-.




Elegdant bedt room sets. oi-1
cheap ones. whichever you


Spring Line of Up-to-Date


COHEN,


FRIEDMAN & CO'8


PERSONALITIES.
Grant in a note once regretted his In-
ability to be a *paulbearer."
Thomas Darragl of G;ranite Mloun-
tain. Tex., clahns to lie the oldest Re-
publierin voter living. Il~e is 5S years
of age.
wi'lter Uaionsclsiald 1-, 44 f lie few
nvnIII toIII sr 4af jd i ia liia men t aallrdga'etol
a'n. Pus:iis to it:11.ialls 1n !4- 111writ it -n I.I v, s
Olf t,,elnutia2IlUa441(at" cioiciS xisill Iiid rs of

P~r'-.:.lt t T.nuliiut (f Era ia'a'sa '- that


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4.4.db :l 4.. 4)0124' )I11 $St. I zo i a 11 [is
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II n- : i,tlaFhi\vKutz .is a lIn%-N4arIli~v
n~~1~~'. lol'm Is:'~ i N4.1\ k1all'nilik-al
wa4. itl Sill Sl ii )II# 121,514'S-2' ~r4ij?..-t5 I'l
1JS 411stria't ill Northi C':r(-i:.:l A :.4aail,
a 'tlier irojl'i'ts NIr. K-Aut Zitais iltara-steti
Iin tileacotton indust y :i.1lid wanufae-
ture.
General .Ioubert, toy way of ciwing n
hjumorist. comiplaiins tlhat thi' EnglIish
('ounitIrtxiandetd an order to attack his
traa)Ia-4 without notifyin-- him, and
thereby dlepriveod LInj of a whole
night's steel).
When Hintlin (Ca:'land ra':,chtd New
Yo~rk with his bride an1d(1rv'ziste'rod at
a iotefl, lie wrote '"llnnslin Garland"
on ona' line (of the I pitIarid 'Zilinie
Ta ftcI arlaad'' onthe h 'it4'14 owiW t. This-,
!.e ex4'sairii l tto a rolo'i-.1ter. w4.as 143P
a %-()i (I4'olice'llhz1114. lei4!ieiit~ty ofif is
4.4 v.1,4) i~h -. a Is tiil)to~r.
sa'niator 'lillittiliiii~iala li..' riJputationl
ill lii't-So'lvit:IS 'Ill an .Xtq'liii.rv s,.t~-Lo-.
lland ho.' Ax oli.idvrfa'll t too 'lao 4 of (t'li
lv- ill'.' 51' ooagrcs. L.1at-ly. a iti-i W.lit'-
ha4.t'*s i :s a' 101V, sN5't'1 .Il.:aiSInd:.a't 1tihi
iuo-t'tlie ai.4~lwys onra'fiffly la1'a'1:res Lis
;i.al Iifaori'mfhiand tl(and cooinits It to


WOMEN'S WAYS.
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rapidly.


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in all colors and prices.
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Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: March 20, 1900
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DAILY


NEWS.


VOL. 30.


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 20.1900.


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


\JIIKED RELIEF


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new battle-hap 0ti-eli :

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NEGOTIATIONS ARE PENDING
D)uiuu nlaC G (.overuatatl IP'repirlng to
Refund Her 1Publ;e I)-b'.
Niw YORK. March I t.-A dispatch to
TLe lHerald from Santo DI)omingo savs:
"Newtiatious wnich have been pend-
iug nere since eariv in uFebruary be-
tween iee l)uiinican government
ani t;i-e ".:--L D)lmingo couitAnDy of
New York -or tuc liquidation of the na-
ii final debt. as weli as the improvement
,.: t:je mpany's financial affairs, nave
reP :3i-: an agreement agreeabe to the
.\A:tIerI aun .W,,-knoluers of the company.
I1.* in.1n, which \vs or:glually sug-
gesite by 'he improvement couipany at
t:e ; -.,ue-t of president Heureaux. iA to
luni tILe '.,Uons ot iUr t.h ut-.uding
* ',At .- to. bDin are piresenuta the
:i:>oPr .veill n n u .:y A ... t~ 'u up t--
u .;,( :<,r tree yev ar' .13a i isu scrip
a ,1. no.ia.-rs thereit.
"T1 hy anry m" chazije t'is cantict LDe
a c mp.olilei. tio're wi, 1 ..1.. i a accU-
: u.a.t-d it is estiimatei. a sufficient:
'uu i tI) guarantee ab-omu:eiy tae prompt
iaymu-nt of a.i dents au i tete opening of
A n.-w and ;lrouerous era fur the Do
nilI Can republic.
'i, the terms of the agreement en-
tered ,nto by the government and the
improvement company, the latter.which
wd, stuil retain its agents in the cus-
tomsh 'uses of the country, will allow
the government a more liberal asum
monthly for its budget. This has been
a sore raiat with tue DLominioan admin-
istration for some time and the agree-
meot happily brings about a better con-
dition that will make conditions pleai-
ant all around.
"It is considered here that Santo Do-
mingo has made excellent terms with
the Amencen company, and has started
upon a path of greater prosperity and
dieveopoiea( than has ever beeu known
in its history. "

A HIGHER DUTY ON GRAIN.


G(jTermian Govrstsuenst 8 eks a Compri.
mite With the Oppositiu.
Bra:LIi, March 19 -The Frankfurter
Zeituug says the government has made
the offer to the Agrarians party that if
:hey will abandon their opposition to
tue importation of pickled meat the du-
ties on American grain wiil be raised
after the expiration of the commercial
treaty. Tbe duty on wheat wail be in-
creased from 5 m rars to t6 marks per
ii,ubie centnera.
')u the subject of t.ie meat imp rta-
,:on bil. The Hamburger Correspondent
says.:
"It is certa.n that Americans wili
not luietiy atcc-pt II;i,tatou, or, to
speak more c;riectly, an aoso.ute .;ro-
tor i)un of tue tmat
**W'e min.t reckon with i-onuter ineas-
r.es on the tart of the Un(e i :-utates
wic'a wi.l du Itinen!e damage to our
,oin;i;erco and sU.,pping
"It is true that tor years ti at A.men-
'an cu imiiiierctai legislation has been run
,1i sucjl inl0s% ai ti; giVtU ns iittie reason.
wh-n ldrawair up t.us.omin regulations
!or (-rmanyy. to par any particular re-
gard to American trade.
"In tact. in certain quarters reprisals
f-r an-d against the treatment ot Gter-
in.i inimport have been made.
Vi'le S.Utit-t I lt,- s Va-E'rlanatel.
.NE. If \'v., Marca i.1 -At Chapel
today Presideont liadley told the s:u-
dents of Yale university that t'e ex-
citement concerning the smal4ox was
not warranted by the facts. From the
first, be said. there had been no con-
cealment of the truth. In view of all
the circumstances, however. President
liadley advised that all the students be
vaccinated. -
T. %as Asti-T'rust Liw Ialid.
WAsaHINTO. March 19.-The su-
preme court of the United States today
rendered an opinion in the case of the
Waters-Pierce Oil company against the
state of Texa, affirming the decision of
the course of civil appeal of the state of
Texas. The case involved the oonstitu-
tionality of the anti-trust law of Texas.
which was sustained by today'sopinion.

Vire at Athens.
ATisis, Ala., March 19.-A fire broke
out thbi afternoon near the public
square in a lot of frame buildings and
promised for a short time to become
diastrous. Afeer a horoic struggle, the
fire was subdued without serious loss.
The origin is a mystery.
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AMENDMENT TO THE INTEREST CENTERS


PUERTO RICAN BILL


IN POWELL'S FORCE


It Is Presented to the Senate Lord Muthune Holds the Pas-


by Mr. Beveridge,


sage to the Vaal.


ALL DUTIES ABOLISHED THE RELIEF OF MAFEKING


It Provides For Fre Trade Between
the Island aud th rinite.d States.
measuree Is In Line With President's
Original Suggetstion.
WASIIINGTON, March 19. Senator
IHeveridge today offered i ith following
suln titute for the Puerto ltican bill:
"Ail articles comining into the United
States from Puerto Rico or guing into
Puerto Rioo trom the United States
shall be admitted free of duty, but this
act shall not be construed as extending
the legislation of the United States or
any part thereof over Puerto Rico, and
it is hereby declared that the legisla.
tion of the United States is not ex-
tended over Puerto RIco."


Yo Nwvei l: c-ived of Colonel Plum-
'1et's Advtince on the iBeleaguered
( ty--Speonlatlon Rife as to the Conr-
to-mplat*-d <3lverin-nt of lriltish.
J '.I)'. March 1' -Neither the ad-
van *a by way of Fourteen Streams nor
Coonel Puntminer's movement have yet
resulted in bringing news of Mafeking's
relief. From Bioemfontein and Natal
thf-o are apareutly no developments
and public interests remained centered
in Powell's force, undistracred by the
events of greater military importance.
However, it appears ;ikely that the
movement of troops toward Mafeking
indicates much more serious purpose
than merely its relief, judging from


Speaking of the amendment offered Lord Methur:e's presence at Warren town
today. Senator Baveridge said: and the capture of the nearby passage
"We have followed the president's of the Vaal at Fourteen Streams. Keen
suggestion appropriating $..000,000 for observers believe Lord Methune has
the immediate relief of Puerto Rico, made an advance in force by way of
which is more than the house bill would Rustenburg. This might start e4her
have given she island in the entire to trom Fourteen Streams or Klerkedorp.
years of Ite life. and would probably coincide wtUh an
**This removes the reason which each advance via B oemfonimn and Natal.
member had for voting for the WMI and Thus Lord Methune may be given abe
restore us to the position Arest an- obace so retrieve his reputation. Oen-
somsoed by the president. On the eral Olivets has accomplished another
great primeiplee involved we are i en- stop in his retreat, evacuating Roux.
re harmony with the president The ville and going toward Kroneamdt,
object of my anendmenO Is the same as where President Steyn is.
that of of Senator Davis' amendment. -_- -
bat the latter extends all of the taxa- ('oloel ,h.l Rlmoved.
tion and revenue provisions of the con- CArir Tow,,v, March 19 -Owing to
ststiton ever Puerto Rico, and when
any part of the constitution is extended the quareonsoeess of Colonel Schel. the
it is there forever. It may be that ex- Germain ofiioer in charge of the Boer
perienoe will demonstrate that we shall artille -- who was wounded and taken
want to change the laws of taxation of prison-: at the battle of Eiandslaate,
Puerto Rioo, and if so, I fear that the he ha-i t-etn removed from the prison-
extension of the taxing provisions of ers' campI to a transport.
the constitution would prevent us. On
all questions of power congress should WFRE UNABLE TO AGREE.
be left with an absolutely free and un- __
shackled hand." A -aerital rrik" of lIachinists May


A QUESTION OF AUTHORITY.
The ('ur d'Alene investigation Be-[
c'olmies More (' molllated.
WASHINOTON, March 19.-The Cour
d'Aene investigation was resumed to-
day iy the committee on military affairs,
with J. A Fornor, special prosecutoron
the itaud. Mr. Hay of Virginia, di-
recte-i the examination with a view to
(i:scOislug how far tile United States
troopix were under the control and di-
rection of Governor o-i,,neuburg and his
executive olfli.,'-r. .i-h -'iotIe county,
1':irtie;t S c.air. Mr. Hav asked if
kuenerai Merriiian wat thte responsible
commander. not only of the troops, but
also teP affairs in tne dis-rict in gen.
eral. The witness said General Mer-
rlaui was not the responsible com-
mander, as the governor and Mr. Siu-
clair directed affairs. To a certain ex-
tent they ooutrolled the United States
forces.
Mr. Forney said the troops were sent
thbre to aid in suppressing the insur-
rection. and they did this by co-operat-
ing with, and assisting the state offi-
cials.
Mr. Hay stated that while he did not
question the right of the governor to
control troops or the rights of the presi-
dent to send them. he maintained that
the Twresident had no authority to pace
the 'nitetI State-s troops under the coo-
trol of state authorities.
Q(uott os by Mr Intz brought out
that artiett Sinc air was a cavil officer
under the law. but twat he exercised
certain mi.irary authority. in order to
make effective bis civil authority.

SESSION OF THE SENATE.
Mr. H.vorit4g to sp-ak on ite Puerto
It n sitEi.
WasuINoTov', March 13.-Mr. Bev-
eridge of Indiana gave no:teu at the
opening of today's session of the senate
that. in connection with an amendment
to the Puerto Rican bi!l, which he
offered, that he wound ad,.ress the sen-
ate next Thursday on the amendment
and pending measure.
A bill authorizing the secretary of the
navy to loan naval equipment to cer.
tain military schools was passed.
The senate then proceeded to the con-
sideration of the legislative, executive
and judicial appropriation bul, Mr. Cul.
iom of Illinois being in charge of the
measure As reported to the senate the
bill carried $A4.1,1-, tM .
Tue readni:c of the bill was completed
at 1:40 o'clock th:s afternoon, the com-
mittee amendments having been agreed
i i a, tie reading proceeded. Tne bill
as amit-nded was passed without di-
vision.


iHolvill It vI, tlitu.
Nirw" Yi:K. March 1i' -A dispatch to
Tue Herald from Port of Spain says it
:; reported that the Hernandez revolu-
ti- n is progressing. It is said that he
effected an important strategic move.
rient Saturday,. competing the govern-
muent troops to retire. le is now march-
lug on Cuidad, Bolivia.
Dr Bull's Cough Syrup is a grand old
ni-' t\ "'t-d for many y.-ar-. n: 't.,! ,
pu"bl'- favor. It ai without i t ,'i t:- he -
:n.-d i.- !,- fnr nil pilto ary u'.- .on-
,waays c.ares. All druzga-t- i :- -- ,:'t

Cltauing ladies -kirts and wai-t-
M one of our ?pecial:ie-. Star I.aun-
Adry.


Ite Ord -t-d.
CiiCA(;n, March ;9.-Another meet-
ing probably will be he.d here this af-
ternoon or evening between the execu-.
tive comainittee of the council of luter-
national Association of Machinists and
the admiiuitrative council of the Na-
tional Metal Trades association and a
last eff,,rt made for an adjustment of
the differences between them. If no
agreement is reached the members of
the machinists' executive committee
will at once leave the city to superin-
tend the calling of strikes of machinists
in various parts of the country in pur.
suance of the plan to make toe strike a
general one.
Tnere seems to be little prospect of
an agreement being reached, as the ma-
chinists insist that the scheme for arbi.
traiion shall not be based upon the re-
tura to work of the Chicago strikers
.ientming the settlement of their difool-
ties. on which point the meeting of
Sat nuraay night was unable to agree.

-"Pre mention is the best bridle."
Ytou can prevent sicknae-s and cure
that tir d feelintr and all blood
humnors by taking Hood s Sursapa-
rilla.
'- Id Hermitage" at Eugene At ro-
mna's.


MET IN SPECIAL CONVENTION
I'oltiih Society of America Are lu
*'.-sson at Chicago.
Ctic'Aoo. March 19.-Delegates from
a dozen cities and many towns, repre-
senting societies in the Polish National
Society of America, gathered in Chi-
cago to attend the special convention of
the central organization, which began
here today and will continue through-
out the week.
Among the more important subjects
for consideration is the new legislation
which it is said will unite the life in-
surance feature in the educational and
patriotic feature of the old legislature.
For the first time in its history women
will be admitted to membership They
will be ou an equal footing with the
men.


RAILROAD SOLD AT AUCTION.
Kana ('City, I'littburir astd Gulf In
liior'k-'d lowne For $12,.-.)0, (Ht).
Jr-'l.i. Mo, March )hJ.-The Kansas
Ciy., Pttm-urg, anl Guif rai;roa,! was
solid at public auction at the depot in
this city at 10::-' o'clock this morning
by E Hostless, master in chancery, to
satisfy a :a 3 U00,000 mortgage, with one
vear's accrued interest, held ty toe
State Trust company of New York.
Ent one bid was made, that by Silas
W Pettit, chief counsel of the Pniia-
delphia reorganization committee of
l12.00,000Jo, the upset price.

It Saved Hisi lie.
P A. D:inforth. of I,a(;ran-tat. ; ..
-u:.T.-rt-d int t -tii- lv f,,r -;ix\ i ,intl-
with a frihtful ritl rn r' : n hi-
iz. but write(, that Ruckl -W Arn (-.t
<:tiv-e wholly iured it in t-n dl;v-.
For I'lc-ra. Voumindil. 1iarn-. .,il-.
Pain or Pil<- it'-i the lb-t alv'- ii
the worlil. Cur gutiarantir-d. O(l-
2'-w. S.lId by W. A. D'A'0-!nbert,-.
I)ruin i-t.

Duffy'- Malt i- better t!hn.t in-di
cini. At Eugene Arboua-;.


THE SOUTH'S PROGRESS.
lt,'iy N. w% i uiiitii tri -s li p irte (D i)ure. l
S11- i',. t IN -"ri.
C: ,tl TI ,, March 1.r-Amongtgrie
more im:p rtant of the new ludui:ries
reporei by itn' Tradesman during the
week ends i March 17 ;ucude a basket
factory in .Norii Carolina; a $1X0.000
b.eichery antid cttoun ill in North
('Aroilna; brick work- and a broom fac
to vy iu Nrtri t'antina; coA:l mines and
coke worsas in West Vlirgyint; two cot-
ton miiu in Alabama, oue in Arkanla-i,
two in (.eorF',a-cavitalized at $.*~U.),uO
and tI,Oo OJ 'i rewiectivoly, two iu
North tCarolhu, ttiree in South Caro
lina and two in Texas; ,. cotton and
wo >len ini! in North Carolina; cotton
seed oil liulis in South Carol.na and
Texas; electric iicht and power plants
in GeUrg;a and West Virginia; a fertil-
izer factory in South Carolina; flooring
mills in K'ntackv and tooe Carolinas; a
foundry and machine shop in Arkan-
sas; go.d mines in Georgia; a guano falc
tory in North Carolina; ice factories in
North Carolina and Texas; a knitting
mill in Alabama. tree in North Caro-
lina and one in Virginia; lumber milli
in Alabama. Georgia, Kentucky and
T - "h... ... .... ...... .. "1T. ......


HIGHLY APPRECIATED


BY THE IRISH NATION


Queen Victoria's Act Lauded

by T. P. O'Connor.

WEARING OF SHAMROCK

By the Irish .%ol.lier- 14 Regarded a
Cunr essioa lBy lier MaJ-9sty and a
Tribute to the Nuatioa.ltiy, Whiet
Has Long; li-en ,Ignored.
N w Yti.K, March 1! -Mr. T. P.
O'connor, M. P., :n tue London Daily
Mail writes:
"1 am asked to state my views with
regard to the momentous question as o
the approval by the queen of the wear-
ing of the shamrock by Irish soldiers
and as to her majesty's visit to Ireland.
"As :o the wearing of the shamrock.


Texa ; vuuospuate miues iu xeuuessee; it ta the tribute to Irish nationuaity
rice milis in Louisiana; a rope mill in
Georgia; a soap, factory in Te.exAti a which will be greatly appreciated. Toe
$400.OU textile machinery work and a shamrock materially is a small plant.
wadding and batting mill in Georgia. but tue wearing of it means to an Irish-
man centuries of sacred me.rimes and
IS NOW WITH JUDGE FIELD. country, wrong, resisted. hg"es main-
tained. Tue wearing of it by the Irist
Deratuin IIn tie K atiucky Cas. Ex.- soldier., then. is a concession-I had
p- SMarch 19 Governors to Irish sentiment by she Britrah throme,
which must have vast consequence.
Beckbam and Taylor took the same "But, speaking assuredly io no spirit
train for Frankfort this morning, after of carping objection, bat as an illastra-
spending Sunday iu this city very tio and a man. I point out tha tshe
quiet. It is believed nothing occurred icoduot of English ministers seward
this small quesoun is a very remarkable
during their visit thsatwill have an im- and signiftuat example of the slownee
po)rant effect u1on their contest. and dumbness of wit. the want of
The Democaatio attorney filed with imagination and sympathy whiob ave
Judge kield today a demurrer to the characterized all the actions between
amended answer of the Republicans in England and Ireland.
the governorship suit. As no new "While the Scotch soldier could wear
points were raised by ounnewl for Gov- the whistle without iuterterenoe, while
nrnoar Taylor, it is expected Judge Fied the Welsh soldier could wear the leek.
w',1 not require mucn time to dispose the Irish soldier for years has been, by
of tai case. some stupid order, deprived of the
l'nuedeaiurrers. if sustained. w:il strip privilege ant sent to prison because he
the contention do' ."".iions o0? wore the emblem or his nationality.
fuac not included i ., : '.n an Irish member, session
gen-ral a-sembiy. .- called attention to the
Three qnes ion -,..- r.. *. .. h-, howled at by many Englhes
amended answer a :.t-. .* d he received either an ab-
Republicans F.I'd .- ;c- ile answer from the ias-


a&'e o" Governor
the resignatiou of
the o-ei.'-; whet
conitt s and wti.t'
hanl hiVs been a') or.i ..rr.
'bhe demurrers :... rupyv
Zack Pheip- .
toe Republican ..


IS SENT TO .CONFERENCE.
Ilouu- It. fisee to Ace-pt the senate
Ain isatisltss to PI'i lon Hill1.
WASIIxNGTON, March 1. In the
house today the pension appropriation
bail was sent to conference and Messrs.
Barney of Wiscjnsin, McLeary of Min-
nesota and Bell of Co.oraldo were ap
pointed confereos.
Mr. Cannon called up the Puerto
Rican appropriation bill and moved
that the house nonconcur in the senate
amendments. Mr. McKae of Arkansas
moved concurrence.
Mr. Cannon explained the changes
made in the bill by the senate which,
hbe said, restricted the appropriations to
the amounts collected previous to Jan.
1. 1900.
The house provision appropriated also
tae duties collected after that date, and
those to be hereafter collected. The
other change made by tbe senate, that
designating the purpose to which the
money should be put, he said, was only
;, change of form. the house provision
having left the expenditure of the
money to the discretion of the presi-
dent.
Mr. McRae said that the essential dif-
ferences between the two bills was that
the house bill affirmed the right of the
United Stares to impo e the Dingley
rates on kuerto Rico. whereas the sen-
are provision upon this subject was in-
definite.


Truck Farums Injured.
SAvANNAH. March 19. The truck
farms about Savannah suffered consid-
erably from the recent cold, The tem-
perature in the southern section of the
city and throughout the county fell to
30, severely damaging vegetation.
ill at Charleston.
CHARI.LESTO', March J.--J. Addison
Porter, private secretary to President
McKin!ey. is seriously ill here. Satur-
day night he attended the Hibernian
banquet, and yesterday morning had a
severe attack of indigestion.

THE it-;T SAI.VE I THI!: WOUiLI
i- Ba::x.-' Sav'-. It i- in til- f'-.i, ;
prt-.crit|ti-tn by :. w rtill wid- k.,,,wt
-ki.ti ;>-,ci;all-t :' l ia p, -i t iv ly t ,'
int -t iealinj t -alve f.,r ;ilo-., tLrin-
-C l-, ti.; -. b n 4in.. -,'rl ;w:
-kin dis,;,t .-\V. A. I'Aliiimbort-

All tfl io -t braid ,f lib'in', ;f
Etj -ntle A r),t!'i;i'.


w, a *fer rn'" the bitterness of
,e yea' -. after the imprisonmneut ~tdi
i ui'- a i all the rest of the coutro-
Sver'y ided by the order of the high
*' latest figure in the realm. I
*ay, as can be said about so
ier concessions to the Irish,
S too late,' but assuredly she
conu..-..-n has not come too seoo. And.
now, as to the visit of the queen to Ire-
* land. If, in this act, if I may uve she
word. a statesmanlike and eloquent
proof, added to the many others, that
the present sovereign is one of the wis-
est that has ever ruled these lands."
I'e Ir llulil'ws uua Syrup at once for
htoiin htirl- awla griliute. It IIn.h -tqomt tho
test rind aIs p.ositl ly a renliat-lt* r-inem dy.
l.ife a- tioo iart to o p r.eni t with niew
S'i-tll- **--are cur,'' Itaiall', t iough Syrup
tt l'|t t*t c -.
B.oor in lbottle-- iand (vai-*'.- for fami
ily use at EuFig-na- Arbolnaia .

Whippeld i1d O)rl-r.-d to Iiave.
ATIEVS. Ga March 19. Aaron
Moore, a negro bell boy at the Commer.
cial hotel, while in a drunken condition
yesterday entered a lady's room in she
hotel and frightened her badly. He
was arrested, but was released o as
agreement that he would take SJ lashes
and leave town.
The Vntce Stau,..
RALFIGH, March 19 -The unveiliag
of the Vance statue in the capitol squ o
here cannot take place May 20, a
planned, but will occur July 4. a" it
will Me nearly four months before the
statue is ready.
Death of MaJor Casokls.
GAI.VzSTO.E, March 19 -Major Wil-
liam 1 Caskie, a veteran of the civil
war. known as the cartoonist of Teams
Siftings, when that publication wsee i
the heyday of its prosperity, is dead,
aged 64.
Nw {llroad Pr.-J*c.td.
SPARTANBL'O 8. C, March 19 -Y.
M. Stearnee of Cleveland, O.. i .ies
interesting the people In a new railroad
from here to Columbus, N. C.
TO CURE A (COLDJ IN ONEK DAY
raise l.xativ.- Hlromo !4 mi in- Tablet*-. All
i1ruggit r.-fti r.urd tho rpoma.-y atf t fails (tO
Ur'. '. W. <(r)v-'. ,-anatur>- ;' n a acti


Who is Rader ?

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2 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, MARCH 20, 1900.


Proving Faith to SUf-
feer'..


Is your Blood Pure? Are you sure
of it? )Do cuts or scratches heal
slowly? DIoes your skin itch or burn.'
Have you 'Pimp.es? Eruption-.?'
Achion B,,n1'-s or Back? Eczemni':
Old Store-? Boil-? Scrofula? Rhein-
matism? Foul Breath? Catarrh?
Are you pale'? If so purify your
Blood at once with It B. B Botanic
Blood Balm >. It makes the Blood
Pure and Rich. heals every core
and gives a clear. smooth, healthy
skin. Deep-seated eass like ulcers.
cancer, eating sores, Painful Srwel-
lingu. Blood Poison are quickly
cared by h. B. B., made especially
for all obstinate Blood and Skin
Troubles. B. B... is diffTer-nt from
other remedies oecau;-e 11. BI. B.
drains the Poison and Humors out
of the Blood and entire sy-tein -4o
the symptoms cannot return. Give
it a trial. It cures when all else f:il-4.
Thoroughly tested for 30 years. Sold
at drug stores at $1 per large bottle
6 larg bottle- (full treatment), SV.
to sufferers may test it, a trial bot-
tle given away absolutely free.
Write for it. Address BLOOD
RALM CO Atlanta, Ga. Write to-
day. Describe trouble and free med-
ical advice given.


EMPLOYMENT OFFICE.
Ring up :c2 or call at the office.
11 North Palafox street, when in
need of a carpenter. H. D. Hoffman,
Business Agent of the Carpenter's
and Joirters' Union. will furtni-h you
witli the desired help on short no-
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A ~~' S^^<


wa- an ANCIENT w!ht u-,d
to our n wood.
ia for BILLS tiat 1.- ;paid
when[ hie could.
wa, the ( 'AL tl;at ho
wards bouglIt.
is the DI RT and DI)U'T
brought.
is the EVIL thi-se
brought to pIass..
was hi- FOLLY in toi
gas.
is the GAS (eorge us.
t i. the HEIGHT of
brought to his home.
is the INDI)AN: he doesn't
u-e GAS.
cannot tu- it, for J the
JACKASS.
is the KITCHEN whv .e (GAS
is thel fuel.
i- the LAl'NDRY. they'er
bothii of 'emi cool.
iQ the MONEY. saved by i
tGas Range.'.
is for NOW, thle bet time foil
a clianlre.
i- the (OFFER the Co('p:auiyv
makes.
is the I'ROFIT.) d ,,'t t akie a
ulistake.
i" for QiESTION : tno tlu.s-
tion at all!
i-t ti. HRANNGE y,,iu 5iuld
buy lteftoite Fall.
i- the AV'INU y'.i i..;ak itf
you d"o.
is the TIME and TROUBLE
Faved. too.
i. the I'NION of Comifoit
and thrift.
is VEXATION, now cut it
adrift.
iJ WISDOh)t in ilhavilm: ii
chase. i,g .'
plu" Ihree Doluar4 to. buy :,

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1O. 3 S. PALAFOX ST


THE NEINE ACADEMY OF MUSIC,
No. f Nor' I'Pal'tfox Stre.t.
MISS EVELENE M. HEINE. Principal.
MISS IDA PIAGGIO. Assistant.
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Best Patent Flour.
Our Best Red 1 Royal
Patent is the best flOur tha i
can be produced by an/n
mit.
Forget .Mfe .Vot is one of
the best Breakfast Foods on
the market.
iAU made by The 0. E.
Standard .Mill Co. and for
sale by .New Or:eans Gro-
ceri/ Co.


VKHR BtA1001CURE.


Of all the noble rivers that go bound-
Ing to the sea none is more splendid
than the 'Colum:ubl. Its pine clad banks
give a majestic setting for its silver
stream. I.h.ut why should it hle called
silver? At times It is the deepest green,
i' .per and more luminous than the
hnart of a jewel. There are hours
when Its c(ase'des have a thousand col-
ors. like n hlictr of Ip.eail. There a're
daxn-. afttle tlie mist has lifted, when
the li'roiil surface otf the river al've
thie :isaludes is actuallyy saffron or hlir-
ni-hl ,d -,. l.
Iliar tnava M errilen knew it In cv:'ry
niil ;4and: loved it whether It was soui-
her with storm or sullhtl in itle harsh
anumint days or scintillant under thi'
July suIns!ine. Shie ais as mucli at
home upon tinet river as on the land,
and the tirmn earth, with all its comfort
and Ieaulty, couil nIi\Txi give li r thel
joy that s-lh felt whien tlin' u -rrnitt tok
li r loa:it in its stroti,, ei:,ilrace.
Shit' weIt toi the livt I ill !tr sor-row-
fuill nm iniiTs ;as well :-, it Ih 'i h:1li'y
oni's. Slie li'-4 to it as to a frit.n-l.
\hlimn <;eorL:,- ';xtimn tiIl l wr tht h,,
luhx of the ileissin- t;at li;ad itine !into li rt
life. IBut s nir, xx\\:y sli' d1d11 not fit 1I
t (cstasy s.he' had xp1 'tl " .. iT In '"r li :art did lnot rise ,to
it'Fr itdl sky
: 1 J ]',i .uktd for-
"r ri'\ 11ing jLoy
; ." 'f slit' dils' -'
Nature hailed' a
.-e lyric of Ii r


tih' hour hlal
(eorge ('ax-
it'll hl l id one t o
y knew every
e.. They h.til
to each o(tlo"r.
;e r e l.:il Ii. .. ... glt of ao lly otllr
girl wilh e '4tmiotiol. .1 and t:l>n:ir'a Iha]
Ionl; f,'lt thl:at shi, wxs: l destined to be
his w\\if,. S!' .had saiil yes to )his ear-
nel t 4I;;: s .n l \\iT : :,r tit..l1he a d11 hap--
lpiness. yi't niow in tlhei mystic I ilour liy
tlhe ri\ .'. I,, th tl e siun shi, li I t
il .t te :: t .;; 'i 1 :p 1 :i I1 li-re;ll
V orll- s!i f, It a .: i u ii.-s lif su r:it ;,t
tli e 1 ;: o1 1 i ir! .. f IIr .i iq : .
SI" \ .n t l .-'l! :;.; frn'I xl r 'e.l ltifill
river. I l -n :1 at the v : th]e' .xy of
her o n\'.: e o io sz'. \\ -'liii h ni\v t'lk-
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with t- elate and triumphant happi- 1 ft
Smany people lose valuable i al Estate Agents,
tme iln experimnipntiin with
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take Folev's Ho;-.ev and Tar b.f'ore it is
REPRESENT TWENTY-TWO OF THI
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'T1a a'.L WY I v a girl ,.4is
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ITHE TESTOF LOVEI

Barbara Merriden Caine N'ear Giv-
ing Up a Dual. Man For
a Cowaord.


ness of which she had dreame i
George Caxton. her promise' seined a jfla.t of the worknIlay world
Her thoughts turned away from hlil
In spite of her efforts to lbe loyal.
She felt sure slhe vulid meet t ith
Ttran-er P.-aln in tl:e woods. aui1 shl
Jli] 1111i y t1nies. lie was a writi r lo
cr0.ation. iHe even eon!f',ss!dl ti 1 'clii
i plot. lie was not well. lin sail. Thl
*Ity hadl worn on himi si.o lie hald .oit
f-ir a long rest ther- l nionii the pines
His namnw was <4e".'i! I'ld,.rwood.
I'arl'ran found it iitcipo-si;Ile to resis
the charm of his personality. Ife seem
,d to make the whole world over foi
lier. In v;an she strut.;hlevd to renienu-
eLr the truth and patience and strength
tf her betrothed. lhe was tio wtl
ktnownti to her to be seen thi rough r
glainour. With austere serenity he itn
Sister upon an early imntrringe day. IIH
refused apparently to feel ailny jeal
ousy at the (constant (.conillpantiotuship iol
his sweetheart andl ecil 'nderwootd
And Barbara was angry at himi for
this too.
"iHe has no sensibility." she said to
herself.
One wild day when the wind crie though the tree tops and the water-
lashed along as if in stress of ipa:r
Cecil Underwood eaine to he-r i ln ; fin
perative mood.
"Youi must comie walkin- with me.'
lie said. "The day expresses I'nl. I
have to speak of thie tormitit of my
heart. and I will keep still ino) loll~er
even at your li<4lini."
Itarliara ;v.,ent out with lhim. Tlhiy
walked under tin pti: 's. wA\l o.e r1:1t
tilled the world with their ili intitllns.
Tliev w% re .-ilehln <'4.ns,'ious, of th1l
storrn within their souls.
"I.tt us t:!l;e. !>,:it." saiid l::rl>;ra
wlihen they hald rt'-acheld thie ri '-'.
".No, no." thei prrotI-stl 'tt s!i e sc-e:n-
elI not to i 'ar ltii.i a:i:l unt:;i I her ki'f
anl leaped into it.
"Comt ." slle said. 11o llouitttd. but
foll owe l. A.s the little' ho:it felt ti'
lift of tl,e waves tel p lin In her hln'ct
e*fie'll'd to lightenn, and slh It the etir-
rent cmrry hler along,. ihii<- the passage of tilni. Suddenlily Cc'il
cried out:
"Ti'e raphls. It:ir:iri:l T'hi r:il!, :
See wVhere yo'i ha!ive t:ilk'n us!" Sih
lan:t teil leld iiinl her. It w::s true thilit
Ilhe to.Ssi.ll W hilt, 11i1:1lit' f !. 11.. "
L,irrs v wa; s ,.i t iiimoire tthi:in I lf :1 :iihi'
n'A ;iy, :,;l !the 1lat \1 :,s : ui,,',rin: Ii
the p-i1ll of their lrea't Ixv'r. I;:irli ':a
sm!il '.d a little. It \xol i nl t it ti'tr Ilo
h ,l"r so. in i<-,. -lie re!;<.et d,1. if hir great
Ior ozll \V I werr to Ie soltvS d tl:kt w;ly.
IBut. still, it \va.. set itir ithli 'o iini stre'nr:;gil t a r'oskt-
nli'e. ro'i\ng 1up str.ai.iit nil Incliiiin
the lio.it toward the sout;!hrnt shore.
So a lis4oried was shlie I this task tl,.it
sile did qlit.t notice the, man wvitl her till
she heard him cryin,_. witii wihl im-
pnrtunities to his Maker:
"liow. It rh:lar. row' Iov,*, girl:'
Then, looking at him. she saw his faNe
was Corpse white anid quiveriii with
fi'ar. and thlie next moment he sank. anI
iniert litalp. at tine bottom of Ihei' lo.t.
'(tit t i'." .sihe to4ilrlt an idedl. "aInd taIkt,
the tili'.r'. ; t ip i :nstantly lht
oeyed dlrimly. shaking will, uik wil
terror.
B:IarI.ira liient toli hr lieavy tasik aind
imaic liy iiiin.s of li:Irave efforts a lit-
ill i. a y. I. t tl, e ; Illl l( Nsrs
plunn *d hliee \. 1:t1as :ilmostt on thel vrr,.' of
yi,'l!!n. t, th,''r rul'iithl,'ss str'n..'til
wi.h n a :i Ioat shot out friomi thi' lI: :i'.
It :, in' ,i .x:.\ in l hI-r ,iu ;kiniw skiff jithl
ul 'i. ict it i ioinentt riii I h:iil'-1 irt i '-
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At C. V Thompson'is.
(r'nne's Ladies' Note Paper, and
Envel ope, to match.
Canibridige Linen and Envelope-.
Hiird's Parch meant.
Invitation Paper and Enveliope-.
Linen Taclets.
Fro-utedl V-lum aid Etnvelope.-.
Engli-h Note; SatinV Wove; Ti-l-ie.
l'aptr; Dennioion's Crepe. Etc., with
: general ias-ortmelit of stationery.
C('. V. 1'HIoM '41,N.
No. :;o Southt PalafuIx Stle t.
Medical Society. Attention.
There will bi a regular meeting of
the Pensacela Medical Society at
the Board of Health office at ^
o'clock p. m.Tnesday. March "-7.
Visiting physicians are cordi+alli
invited to attend.
D. W. MCMILLAN. M. D.,
President


E. I'. KIIRcE, M. D.,
Secretary.


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To TH I.;PUBLIC.
114i~ jf't r 0 .v vi %f e I the hItIoI
AJl kind- of.i n di (a1t -. :11(1sell the'iiiat
r ,ji :t L I r. ri c e.,.04' i~fd
Ch,,ct-iatt- Dr~oj -, 21, etilt- ptr
&-uitan ixt-t iel2 jIoWINIi-4f Iir F
A~l l':tixc 1y Mi(l (Uaielv. tie' lt-4t
eve I' hri._-;ht t- Ieniistcila,-it 4t('(.rlt
!n'-r p in Ld. CA!llaud :-we for 'ti
Tlhey :art.fri-h a:,dine, fuju't fo
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Indigestion!

We ciallengfe the wordd
1f)prodlucca(1remfe 1,edy etp l
to t/icAT' 4a(tc/Iless Miii C/(I
1 'ater /0/ the cure of In-


ailforms x 'j* Noiuac/i, JI"u-
ci Troubles 'andlSkili Dis-
ca1s'c8. Gau~'n teed to ct.re
or m11oney C/iwfundcd. Co.,,4
(wily ';1 ccllts (aday to 150Is-1'.
()ite dolla r botic last twin-i
!gC day./S
For salc by all d//,Ist 6~.-v:


S. Pala fox street.
Olt ADD)RESS


Greenville. Ala.
Testimnrial From Judge Gaston.
( tIKrsFNVI L..,, Ala.. Atig. l. 1 "..
I take gre-t pleasurt iin crrtify.i: to< tho
purity and(I tf in-rit ti tWilkin,,on's Mttech-
lessn Mineral Water. This natural mint-ral
tonic, to my pe-rsonal knowledgi-. is taken
from a well the miles -a-t of (irpenivill.,
in the exact condition iin thith it is ., ihl. I
tlve V iCetn hi. water u'-'d. with wonldvi fl
tlice"'i. for dys.peprim, iindtgestloln. .or.-
.v, ]anId for erupnvt'i (1ii:tise. ,or'-* tnd'
ulcers on nian and anltmal'. AR at r..-mlv
'or theGP trouh!'-,. I do not belio'v- '-
ial exi-ts. It i. hrhii y reommnniended by


for Infants and Children.
Castoria is a harmless substitute for C;a-tr Oil. p,.
goric, Drops and nothing Syrups. It is Pl.;...,,,,.
contains neither Opiumn, 'Iorphine nor lther N., ,
substance. It destroys Worms and allays F.'!'rislm,,.
it cures I)iarrlihna and Wind Colic. It relief .. t.,
ing Troubles and cures Constipation. It re manl.t.,
Stoninch and Bov.cis, giving healthy anl natural -, .
The Children's Panacea-The other's Frienud.

The Kind You Have Always Bougl:
,. Bears the Signature of


THE GERMAN SHIPBUILDERS
Protest Agalinst lte Abrogation of
Duty on Shtipbuiliulng o 1eatrlal.
BERLIN. March 19 -At a recent con-
ference of German shipbuilders in Ham.
burg it was decided to protest against
the abrogation of the exemption from
duty of shipbuilding materials adopted
by the budget committee of the reicn.
stag.
Russia, it is said, is making special
efforts to increase ier shipping, and
wiil gave tree trade in shipping mate-
rials and pay bonuties for the establish-
ment of navigatioa schools.
-N.gro Kill.-d by Sli-r it'.
BIRMINoIIVM. Ala., March 19. At
Johns, in the B.ue Creek mining district
i Saturday, William McKinney, a negro,
waI shot and killed by Deputy Sheriff
Carroll. McKinney was wanted in An-
niston ant Policeman Cooper of that city
had gone to Blue Creek to make the ar-
rest. Carroll joined him to help make
the arrest. McKinuey resisted. where-
upon the offlooer opened fire. instantly
killing McKinney. The tragedy caused
kreat excitement among the negre pop-
ulation and Sneriff O'Brien "h.s sent
deputies to the Iieue.


*.ARCHITECT-


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General Contractor


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:Man ti (;,.- I-'1d: [ -.

A Complete Plumbing Department under -e
Management of E. B. Morey.
fw .Arrti -i- D -irn-- E-timi ite-. I'l1 ;:t l -,'if( '
it!g of All l'iiPd-, ireparedl on Shr t N. : .
IW .\ l. :' andt Car fully S v t- ,'t.,I S:.,'k lF'i" :.- M .
Tili f a t ind-. i th T b-, l 1;. 1 :-.. l \ ; 1
H-ot W at, r ;,;.l (ia:t- Fixturet .


No. 19 S. Palafox St.


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Citizens National Bank

OF PENSACOLA.


L. HILTON G(iEEN.
PJKKi.-; IENT.
T. E. WELLES,
VICE-PRESI DENT.


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OIRECTORS:


T. E. WELLIES. WM. FISHER.
'of F. F. S1atinder- & Co.
. WVHITIMIRE. JOH[ F. PFEIFIFEI,
L. HILTON IlIFEEN.


General


Banking Business


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Va~seIls. etoiants Handled on Favorabl' e'i:~ :,
Obage Jix'ought and Sold, &ollectioi-,
i-lroyptly Attended~ To.

A&CC()IN'rS SOLICITED.





The Star lauindr V


ITH PIiER fAUDR OF WEST FLORID


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TELEPHONE 114. 37 E. GARDTr :
BW&GOODSt CALLED FOR AND DELIVElrD FREE."-
WALKER INGRArAMV Mana. -

ESTABLXHED I 863.


McKENZIE OERTING &


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Ship Chandlery and General Hardusir .
608 AND 605 H. PALAFOX STREET.

REVERE COPPER COMPANY. JOHN A. ROEBLING'S '
GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUM8EL A SON'S PU:i'-
luTu, Irditg, pNits. lls, aItlcal lastriuts, Iharts, iicnr Ci DO
COMPAMKS. LOS., BITO.
C. McKenzie Oertin, ',*,llecting Agent for l;ar Pilot- W.-n v
citation.


IFR P*WR VRMFI9 Y VE i MAIMPIT


Chase ccovaun Hommfr. TV Hmbp~M.T trneTO CIr.


I >criadilari.- set G(riflit.
GRIFFIN, Ga., March 19.-The stables
of E. C. Smith, cashier of the Griffin
Banking company, were burned last
night. Mr. Smith loses, beside the
building, a fine carriage horse, two
mules, a cow, a carriage and buggy.
three wagons and other property. It
was undoubtedly thd work of an incen-
diary.
I >r. I 1', '.i-" ,n'- 1 I :i :' i. \\h a
hlls !ll:hly ; I .I: \ w .y ,- .. '2.7,"k+""' ,f
hi-i f..rt-',. t. .. .l'r : :mi i <'h: r "t:tl'h! in-
s itul it' -. i. pii ii:P t, l -;. ...,, i n f thlli
r'in iai-ini -.; .1'.'.*[ '. i in t,.' suhi..' v wiay.
withli th., prvi--i.,ll thl:t hi r e ' ivt 1ti
ih.',I.n:e ,f .$?:{.l.'N :i ,. r f ,r I.itui -. !f :i [.,
\ ifie dui rin i tht' rici. i !.-4-r 'f thein'ir live'.
D)r. I'ea:irs,:is \xill l,, si y'.ar's i.l in a
few weeks.
A. H. De l'liiuent. ,ditior of ti!e.
.I',t,,'t. Doyleyh-town. f'tr a iiiibt-b.-r idf yeav s iroin rihmif :i-
tilni in hiis ri,'ht .-hIulder aid s ide.
He -iy-: y right mirin at tin',-
wasi entirely u+-el,-s. I tried (lChain-
Ie'rl.iin'- '.aiii IOn lil n', :trid wa -ur-
p 'i-i dc to I- c ivc e rI lilf allti -t il)ninl '-
ei.,iitely. "Tli- l':Pti0 1 lin ht)1 h,-eti a
c'ttil-;tlit co' iii'.:liilt t o)f inil v( r
-inel' and it i,#.ver fails.'" For -:l-
liv Hannah lii is.. "21 South Palaf-ox
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, MARCH 20, 1900.


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WASHING WOOLEN
BLANKETS
The theory now is. that blankets must be
c'aneiJ stead of dry-cleaned tobe healthy. To
have oi r iqnkcts as soft as new. make a soapy
suds ir. hUit a tub of %.arm sater by using
o c -b a l C p Sl ,Oo
Gold Dust Washing Powder
and rotk s blanket in it for half an hour; thea
simple move it around and rub the soiled srots;
rinse in warm wa:er ,f the ssame temperature as
the one in which you wash it. hang up in a
warm r la'e or sunshinv ou.dooo- air and aC
whal a ot. white hlankct ou wi l have.

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THE0 K. FaosOag coUPpaNy,
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T-'E TfOTTING RECORD.


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NEW YYo, K. Marhi 1)J -Maud S.. the
famous trotting mare, recently toe
property of the late Robert Bonner,
died today o: Schultez stock farm near
Prt Chester. Sue wai 2o years old
lI-r record of 2.:O 3-4 was long un-
brokncu.
Mlillln Ord.-red to E-qulnualt.
OI I AA, March 19 -Orders have
been sent out from the militia depart.
uent to send the company, which was
organized on tne Pacific coast to go to
Halifax for garrison duiy. to Esqui-
mault instead.

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


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-ISHOEV


All High Cut Shoes in

Men's, Ladies', Misses'

Children's at reduced

prices ...


A Special Sacriice!

:;> Pair- Ladie-' Viii iKiJ rprill,
H-tel Buttoni anid Iacc ;., --


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SI..ITTI.I; KNOWN V.CT'r
T!;a t j jr ity of S rriou- di<-
,..4as'- oriinate in disorder of the
kidneys. rFle; 's Kidney Cur? it-
guaranteed. Try it to-day if you are
not feeli:i v all. W. A. D'Alem-
berte.


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IOTEL


ON EUROPEAN PLAN.


Three Raulai

Ia UlTrahr,

25-U Eachi.


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Restaurant Attached, Open Day and Night.


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

Special Orders at Any Hour.
RATES:-From $1.00 to $1.`i ppr Day. % LODGING:
515 and 519 S. South Palafor Street. Penap-olla. I'loridla 25 and 50c



eJOHN PURDY,.`

Foundryd lMachine Shops,
CENTRAL WHARF, COR. JEFF'ER- AND PINE STEET.S,


Telephone 346. -:-


Pensacola, Fla.


ATrERIv'. CASTINGS, LUMBER TRUCKS. SMALL CHILLED
P Car Wheels, Wood and Iron Pulle-v-. Hai er-. Boxe-, Etc M1anu-
P factored to Order in First-Class, Workiutnslikie Manner at Reasou-
L'le R :t ;.
Dealer in Maohinerv, Fittings and Supplies for


Stationary and Ms

TilE OY'TIIt SEASON.
The oy'ter in hi- lie"( of i,4ize.
Vtifak l wii t a sta rt tromi I is -Aitnmir
Opened hi --h II. and ;p.i,. with a yawni:
"I f-ear tlit iur eii-oni of -;tfi- v i, .*ii e.
iFor mU1y 'le.-mtlt dreamsiere distuL bed Ib)
tit, jar
Thi s aiwnay. cat! ed by the letter It.
And kinaw by tL,' keel of that bideous
sloop
That Stiue (if u;s shortly will be in the soup!""
And :-o they will for the l-loo)p w-
filled with the finest and fattest.


Convention Call.


The sixteenth annual meeting of
r the Woman's Christian Temperance
Union of Florida. will he h-14d i
Gainesville. April 3rd. 4th airti th.
ay The flr-t st-.-ion wii! b,' at ;. ..
ofTtile!dav the third.
Mis H-llA e KeIar.,'v ,f Flora.
Mi,-., will give the cV'i t Vtltiol ald-
,- dress-, adding inter,-t to) tr ,che c-
litn. A IIt'- ('. >KR WN.
SARA. J. I.ENN. President.
Recording Sec'y.


LODGE DIRECTORY

KNIGHTS OF pY 'rmaA S.
Penaacola Iodge. No. 3. K. of P.
meets every Monday evTn-
ingat 7:;i), at asptle Hall,
In llutchinson hall. West
I nt'ndencia street.
Visiting brethren cordially
Swelcoumed.
H. J tDKl.tU.
H. Houst.r.a. .. C.
K. R.& a.
W. O. W.
Live Oak Camp No. 1 IVoodsman of the
World.
M-,et tlrt annd third Friday night It
oPath month. Visiting sovereigna cordl-
ally Invited. W. W. WATSON.
k4. R. T11A.iKo. iwrk. C.C.


marine Application. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS.
F...or Itepreneniative.
WaITED. I hreh" annoiinc. inv.self as a candidate *
for Iepresent tive of I :-'f atiniit county.
laItad t bkuy lW1 kinds of Socon .,d ttlorla.,l tt,.- legla ture. su rt't to the
demo Iratic pl lnrllleH .
laid Fmrnitirs, Mirchakdiso, c. C. M""K N, JON .
address Box 142. For Iepres native.
I h.rehv announce nivuseif as a ,,antlidate


J. I. Ssipl'on ha- a larve acssort-
menot ,of Solid Sterling Silver and
Ro,)er's Knives. Forks and Spoon


This sloop was sent out by Nick
Apostle and these choice oysters are PROFE8 IONAL OARDS.
now f r sale. done or raw, ready to
chaw, at his restaurant. You can
set them by the plate, dozen, hun- r. ri eu$ ./iar l -reary,
dred, barrel. dray load, wagon load
or car load. Owing to the rush of
business the serving of regular meals PhsiCia fla l SUrnU.
will be discontinued after this week, RIesidence, 4 West (regory8 reet
but special orders will be served at Phone 19*g.
any hour of the day or night. Office., 'Aletaberte Building. 1191, South
Palafox Street. Phone -'.4.
Five Thoesaind Rolls ----
of Wall Paper in stock, all of the la- DR. Wx. 0. D winMs xy.
tOst patterns, and more cominir.
Prices from Sc to $1.75 per roll, J. E. OFFIOB-Hamnah Bros.' Drug Store.
Ross A Co., No. 11 N. Palafox,
Phone 3,2. 24f-tf RESIDENOE-400 E. Joksona Stree
We will launder your spreads for
15 cent- each and inake then look
like new. Stir Litr.dry. Wmi. Marean, D.,
iVE'RY D01ItOP 1 nf . f, t,.. ...


;uuioeioDatuini rjiysiwen nai'En ui,
Late of Ocala. Fla..
Offers his prof-'ss.onal services to the citi-
zeiiu of P-ensacola.
Espe"ial atte Lion given o tho t tr tm'nient
of Chronic Diseases and i-ea.se tof
Wonit.. and C'hildrtin.
Thirty Year% k'ractice iii the South.
I ice it Hour: :-$ a. m. to 12 In.,: to 4 p. m.
residence Phone No. '150.
Bront.Blount Building-Rolom 3


Dr. Wilmer S. Hall,
DENTAL SURGEON,- -


DENTAL SURGEON,
Misooic Tempie. Phone 364.



HEIIBERIG BO& CO.,


WUGLBILB A RlOU,


o-f mnt-dicine that gi-OS in a
!rit-cri[ptio i> tilled in thii store i?;
peitf-etly pure. Pure drugs nmean t ,
-pe'fdy recovery. Poor drugs imean I
a r.-ln ,s>,. You want the be t. Let
il- fill yoiir prescription. :nid supply
oti1-r nn dit'lies. W. 1'. Green & Co.,.
"**TI Pri.cription IDrukrist," 37 S.
Pal.:fox -tre-t. Phone 39'J).
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i L J urniture on reait Palafox Street,
IMoct beautiful line of side boards Florida
over shown in the city. Watdrobes, Pensa ola, Florida.
with gla-s doors of every descrip-
.R PRIC(E 2 .,s. tion. from the cheapest to the flnest.
Roll-top secretary cases elegahtly B A
fini-hed, a fine line of china closets. R GN S
and everything contained in a first-
cla-s furniture store at 0. M. Pryor's --IN--
Bargain Furniture Hou-e.

S If ou are read to go to
Don't MISS It! lou se-keeping, let Marston e l i 8te


A HORTJu TIME:.
THE ONLY TIME.
AND CASH TIME.


.Mtn'- Genuine Calf Tan Lce Hand
Sewed Welt for only


$2.50.

REGULAR PRICE $3 5


Don't Lose Time and go Abi~ut
Pricing. We Still Lead as the Low-
e-st V1' i Shoe House in the City.


Yours for Shol:s aind


TR UNKS.


/. GUGENHEIM.


,'- Finish furnish your house
fcr you. They will save you $1 O ,wi'lbuy ltw) acres of land north
of the city and west of 4oulding.
money. Your credit is good $2000 a
Smo0 will b-y ) acre, adjoining city
with them.. W0ul.
Q_ _will buy four itl soli blocks
1 ) $p3U0 and a good seven room house
This property is in New City.
$4 AfIu will buy 7.)J acres between Big
YIJ- S ilBayou and Little Bayou. Thit
property has a water front on the bay: alec
on Big Bayou and Little Bayou.
$5l1" will buy one of the best restl
/ $5000 dances on West Hill. Mituatec'
on street car line; has 9 rooms and all mod
ern conveniences.
S0 will buy lot with 1.-; ft front on
SP V Palafox street., oLItt of i.reg-
ory. This can be iminediately utilized for
business purposes.
SI' will! uy lot with.ti ft front on
-a.0--vvt0re,.or'- and .9i ft f-,ont oin .I-
oaniz and Ie' ft front ln Wright. This
property has nice c'ottsage on nit,id there 1i
plenty of room to butld a dozen qnoti.es more.
$8000 will buy a indomo.- resd,-nc.
8on 0 Ea-t (Iregoly betwt-..n Pala-
fox and Tarragina streets.
$9 0 ill luy a n "' iat-re I'trn witL
Sl,,< h,,u..' atu fitrn Tilitliu s
A* B leant pr ,l,rty flor truck farnl:i'g and

'IHE BEST BEER SOLI) IN 0 00 W hn :v a lh t ,i, i, .tr;:-,re.
PENSACOLA. $10,000 la:i ,,-ft. t't in fe.-e


Dannheisser Bros.,


CHICHEGTCRU ENGLISH
*9NYRYAL- PILLS AGENTS.
~ SAF.. iI~4:cr'.' --A'so soid by M. Perry ant Wmh Yates.
RED o" i-it Gold t.-s3
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n~-an.' *art-Ilar.i v.. l'ettmosai.l The Jug Trade
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CIC'ESATI.o. rold by r g iit. 401 South Palafox St..
'b.rf rr-,'. Pra r Phone No. 116. P. 0. Box 2,
.t. ,r Railroad Phone 2
S TrCidar eat on rei i'-L Railroad Exchange, Phone 24'.


J. E. Stillmano Co,

East Side of Plaza.


H. A. WATERS,


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Fresh Tlennessee and Nati'
Chickens and Cour;
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for Ke-presenitativeof :idE >tiii't i tCIn liunty Iri
the Legislature, bttliject to the lieinocraLiie
Frianries.
J. I MiMr wAiLl.'.
For bheriff.
I hereby announce myself a a candidate*
for HnBriff of scainmba county. and re-
spectfully ask the support of my friends
and voters of the county. If elected I will
discharge the duties of said office efficiently,
fairly and impartially.
W. H. H 'TCI'eINtPON.
For Sheriff.
I hereby announce yVself as a candidate
for re-election to the office of sheriff f Meof -
oambla county. Florida. and solict the saf-
frages and interest of all my friends.
ueoRl3K E. SMITH.
For 8beriff.
I hereby announce myself a candidate for
sheriff of Escambia county at the ensuing
election. J. C. VAIINPLT.
'or Clerk of the Circuit Court.
I hereby announce myself at a candidate
for re-election as clerk of the circuit cowrS
of Escambia county at the ensuing eleetion
and ask the support of the voters.
A. M. MCMILLAr.
For (Ciruit t'lerk


I tinnoitnce my ciandidacy for Clerk of tob
Circuit Court of Ecallnlhia county. subjets
to the ietion of tlie elisuinm I e-imiiocrati.
primaries. K. I. l. l AN I I.L.
For ('ircuiet Cl rk.
Sth Ite Voters of Es'catnbia county:
I hereby announce mye tlf a candidate for
the offlir of clerk of the circuit court of
IKcaiuillsa county and iill be plea-ed to
have the support of mv friend% and the
voter-' generally. .I1,l IN IS I. s KlR A.
For Tax Collector.
I hereby announce myself its a candidate
for re-election as Tax Co'lector of secam-
hias couiity. and ask the support of my
friends and voters generally.
A. H. D'ALKMRKRTK.
For Tax Collector,
The many friends of Judge F. 8. IHonlfay 0
having obtained his consent hereby ao-
nounce him as a candidate for Tax Collector
of Escatmbla county at ihb. tznisuinK election.
.MANY O"TBeI
For Tax AMese r.
I hereby announce my*.If as a candidate
for Tax Assessor of I..'atihbia county, sub*
3jet to thenction of the Democratic primna-
rie. If tItcted I expert to ineet the appro-
bation of the tax payers and will do my
duty in every detail as I did when I held
theoffice before.
OGo. RauZ .
For Tax A ssor.
Thi candidacy of William W. Richards le
hereby onnounoed for re-election as taxt ai-
sessor for Eucambla county, subject to the
action of the democratic primaries.
lFor County Treasurer.
I announce myself as a candidate for
the office of County Treasurer. subject to
the aeLion of the democratic primary, and
ask the support of my friends.
WILLIA-M AL IKK1o.1
For County Treasarer.
I hereby announce myself as a candidate
for renomination as treasurer of Esesmble
county. subject to a decision at the easetla
democratic primary election, and rospwet-
fully solicit the support of the voters of ise
county, pledging myself for the future the
same faithful performance of duty that I
have endeavored to fullll durlal my pass
tenure of the office. J. W. IPRATRK.
For Juastee of Ihe Peace.
I hereby announce my candidacy for re-
election to the office of J justice of the Peace
for the Second strictc. subject to the ac-
tion of the nominating pilmarie.
BOYKIN JouIS.
For Justice of the Prace.
At the suggestion of ntunerous friendly, I
hereby announce my caNlaidacy for Juslti.
of the Peace of the city district. subject to
the action of the nomination primarIpe.
JAM.- JH. LA,.%DR LB.
For School Psuperintendenf.
I am a candidate for county huperinteBn
dent of public instruction. subje.-t to the
democratic pritnaries. I re we.tfully s,4o-
licit rtie suffraige of thi imcaniltnmia county
voters for the abol)e-naie JAMK- m. rATIr.
i*'r t* li 'To the Voters of Escainbia County:
I hereby announce my-elf a ceandida'e fr r
Hiiperintndnt at of uilie Instruvtrin loi
*:srianliiliia county and ask b"e 'iupp rtof ny
friends anid voter, gen-rally.
J J. nIt.L.
For Superlnenldent, I4f PubliC Ir:.
ktrii'tion.
T t '. V'it-rs oif F;- (canliaia Cruint y: I
l,.r to l .iiii e fny.-,.:f a catld;titu for ro-
.1-" to t h.'i t I- e- f c' unty siperinton.
'.* t rf t ilm i" irinstruitilonf at'dl will bo
pl-if !' lit : ive 'h- ii" lirt l,f my friend
wt'! vt,. r- *e:.-railly at the coming d'-mo-
,*ratif pr jiitr. *I-cot ion. N. I;. CfoxK.
i-'o)r Mepniler <-lihiol eltarId.
yt 'hei r'i''l'-r of fri-nrids I lih rl,y an-
nonIcth r:v citi'il'lscy for r-n..fnb-r of -q.
riiti CIinntv -chorol Hoard for Northern
I' i:"! t!,-tr.rt -It L 1-ct to tl" a ;;in tf
t-, -n.* T ,: iV. M. priliiNrv.
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S- or M*.-iier ml.kr ool ioard.
rFOcerF. > i-l,Sni, to th- ur.ernt re-uesot of friends.
I na..- il-il-t' '1 to aw ai, com'- a candidntm.
!,.r !'ii-intr titr of tc t'~- ,l hotnard of lcamtmi
ct'iriity.- -ht)et to t [- a. tit,n of Lthe l.TmO.
vp ,3'.att ,'raitn,. l h'itiri,., E. WAKIR.


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ihereby annoutice his candidacy for nmena-
hbr of the Escambia County school Hoard
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, MARCH 20, 1900. 5


Ttay that she may be induced to THE CRIMINAL COURT.
bOG;A NEMS NOTES I omake herr home here.G-
lThe Pensacola Ba .1 Ball Club will The March Termcord.With aG
I meot at the office, of C. M. Costou at R
7::llto'clock to-night. The March term of the criminal
,. ror- .t e t i.cs ,rr.h s The carnival committee of 1901 court closed this morning, being the
S, .,,. .t,, .'.... *,,, r met lart night and adopted plans for ninth day of the term.
S ... .. ; .*,.. a building to be u-ed in building Yesterday afternoon Mr. John
floats and sheltering them from tt- Eagan, counsel for W. A. D'Alem-
*I I. wazgin- of Pit.. Barre-n weather. ContractorQ are invited to ue fo D lr ,n
.. ..Mrt :at,. i call on Jo-. I. John-.,n at Win. John- berte. demurred to the inf rmation
lon & Hon's, see the pl-n-. and make filed against him for -elling garden,
T \V..rthn Atlanta i a bids for erecting the building. The seeds not labeled as required by law,
. t .,* -rco:t-. i'tracts will be awarded next and the same having been argued by
", .!-. K. K-v- r f Puirnt ('a'C:e. Thursday night. Mr. Eagan and County Solicitor
... ahia. Tno committee appointed at the Parkhill, was taken under advise-
SI' in -l!- "tf Biy Point i- mieptinig of the Democratic Execu- ent b the court.
.- at ti. M-rchalt-z *tive Comnmittee la-t ni:-ht to secure C Moreno Jones. counsel fer V
S.. rcanporation to the ctuntt conven-c H. Trimmer, asked and obtained 30
-r"..t Mo,+rr t Httinothcut(- transdr'tow to tie out dnhh o ieail o
r.i. f air.- .f Hig-,rmnait r- jtion at Powelton, April 14, visitedIdays' tine in which to file a bill of
S- ..I at thle Merchant- y'-terday. DI)i-trict Passenger Agent J. W. Lur- exceptions.
'. ; Pet#r- of M it.ton. oftheL.&IN. R.R., at his of- This morning W. H.Trimmer.con.
I i- r :i,.i the l.-caubia' lice this morning, and arranged with victed of selling liquor without
Sim for special trains to that point i en'e, was sentenced to pay a fine
From each direction, and a special of $150 and imprisonment in the
S,,, J. ( Contnor of Savannah. around trip rate of oi cent) thereon., ail or G days, with 60 days addi-
,- 6: 1it.-t W lit- h ie ait the E.-- tional in default of payment of filnl,.
Mitses Edyth T(zier-Weathered of! An order was also entered in the
the Evening Telegram, Portland, case allowing the defendant to file a
Mr. W. J. Kilduff of .Mobile ;ar- Oregon, and Evelyn M. Steel of the $50) supersedeas bond.
.-.d t.ti- mlrnine and :- -tprlt: Medical Sentinel. Portland. Oregor, The record of convictions frr the
w, the Merchant- hotel. Delegates to the National Editorial term is as follows: Vagrancy (in-
J J. Wall aitd Edn:i Eerle Hindin. a-sociation, are here viewing the cluding 3 during vacation on plea ott
;aclimtr lady and ge:atl,-inani of th- i ights of the Deep Water City and guilty), S; petit larceny, 2: grand
i; ldwit,-Melville ',.. are -top-,ing writing up its attractions. They were larceny, injuring school building:,
.: thi- l:>camnia. 14l-asant callers at THE NEWS office embezzlement, breaking and enter-
'this liorning. From here they will ing, trespass, assault and battery,
A l:arze party ,if (C icar)o people. go to the east coa-t, thence to Cuba concealed weapons, robbery. crime
t;,p,-inti th0*- Juani:ta Ifl-e- club. and will return home via the Atlan- again!-t nature, fraudulent sale of
u tr:nng fr,-In t:in- ChalU.tauqua. ar ti coast route to eastern cities. nmortgaged property and -ellit g
,.-at tn E-< w-bia. r & Kruse'.s .-ring opening l, iquo)r without licen.'e. I each ; totai. I
J. Hlanlilt ',i aitl Mah1l ]ell of ,,f ine miliiery will begin Wednes- '
,nklfort. I ini and Mr-. S. A. Hry- day, M;arch 2-8. and continue all te e saed an doctor ill
And .d:Lu!.r- of n tinri. id.. we. k. Their business has grown so e hve saved many doctor bill
gu.'-t- oIf ltl. l.,-wi- .,-'. great that they were comlipelled this silce w" biega using Challbellain
tt ..r WV ighit mtiany frilm-will --'a-.on to fcuLire the .-.rvice< of an- ot 01h- Remedy in t ill our hol .;'
So kn tat .rr v-d othr ~trimmer and werk fortunate in keep a bottle open all the tica *. -Id
I'. t. kiatow that hIe# :tarrlv.d ii oit-lrltriminer ancd wer,-, Wirtunate ill ihtiieveramilv i of miy fanllllv or lliv-
t. v t,-e-te.rday ai, will ,.1 t" secturinr ig Ni L. nzi. (lone of the mo.t s ItII iiri toc'ateh liIld we betiri i to
S f-: i"atiht McCi at-rtv for *. lew 'exjl r: r:istQ in her line in thitcU :- te
2._-d ti trimming hat- for th openl- sult we never havwt to "e:lid away flot
S-mack ilvi' r. ,iurncti t,, p, aet i. :t.i. prom i-.- to di-plav th.e dPi l ,t r o (' allmld incur ia larg'' dol-tor
t '. t lt of t- -torn. ttii t hatr and li 1- tv.r bill. for ( chambnherlaiin's Cou h iHei n
,l t ,t ,a t ,in f to at a d TI),li;, l t ,v r edy liever fails to cure. It i'- e-r-
wo'l t ..lti ti- r". tni: -h 'w .,r tainly a nir-diciln' o.if great a ifrit anld
Il. l i- ii to -t ii t l. rj,- 11 l u Bul,.rb %yrup worti.--D. S. MIKEARKI.. ( enral
r. Bull'-s lorh yrup .ll Irise imm, iat..t. Merchant and Farmer, Mattie. led-
.i. t 1+ It rl th.l i -+;T.t!I:)nt ;lth th e+ l fd- frl county.it P I. For sal,. by HW in- "
S ,* 'I Er (',3. IL tilr': d w l l r. M.'.ii. k., .p ti r.-la ii.- .i- o t a. or -al b i-
. .ir .. 11.. :n. : 'I.. ..t ,.,,.\ tid . ,,, .nah Bro-., 21 Mouth Palafox street.


: I TI 'ur-dy and will t-1m1rali
'. y"-. It i- highly -pken of
i, pr,.- of other citie-. TlickEt-
: aillt- will be 25 cent-; for chil-
; I cnt-.
SI' -iin- cl. Athletic club will
-'uit a uleta -ing Iproiraml of at,-
.. -j,,rt-, followed by a c'ike
, ,1.. at th, (;ymina-iuni Tuev ,y
. :.I .1'. March. 27. Ticket. will b,.


I lllItA! it.l, UL I -. 1t1 t I- tt .- -' .

No better Cigar for
the money made-DUR-
HAM--at D'Alemberte's

JUST 0


Handsome pictures, bric-
a-brac, etc., in endless ar-
ray at rock bottom prices at
Marston 4- Finch's.

OPENED.


- i t ., cenlt-.
*:.ly -even 'o'- i cia # appear(Id oni the t M l
(', court docket thii mornir. U
: : N ..-h. di-ord rlv (conduo't. w: h I
ilp fii (hi,.... w'.ine- i t...e r.'-.- aw Yy th inl
hunting g to $:.,. -- Everytbing New and Clean.--
A jolly p-,rty of Montgomery g(.i-
A jtll.r-n fri,-nd, Mr. Wt e H. g1 Thi Mo-t Attractive inm the Entire City. Regular Meals Served Daily.
S:,wljt-. is sto[ipiEiir at ttie E'cami- and Short Orders Served at all hour-. [Special Weekly Rates.
.- J.tn C'. Cheney. ;Ilinn An-
.w*. i,... I, Harris. F. (. H A. E. BAK ER & CO., Proprietors,
,,,dT ,t.mi- H. Watt-and .I,. P. "
'if r o 14 EAST GOVERAm uazr STREET.
ii-,f akl r of thee iIr- depart-
Sira:- mi-arly recovered from hi-- .
i,,- 1 ne-. The matter 'f pr4 Investigate the Convertible Term Contracts
ia t.' fir#.- will probahlyv l ( ,i'. tip
*r- t E. comnllil niletiniz tlo-ir-' -OiF THF--
A lc ii. ail it i-A 1oit' that app .'1-
" "" :itt Old Penn Mutual Life Ins. Co.
D A V ID E D R E H I, "R""NI FN] -"1KELT ." V": RN.", fl "" "-
v ; h 1 I f, It il,, ll1 I ll : t t!:,
.iti.. to- l-IIIZht. W'll dli l ie, -

,: l',:. ' I t% 1 b.' T t:
tI- .itIt.- ;l.1-te!.D:'r ;.-.. e ted l D elicacies.
\ .. :,, -,,ubt play toi goolld tu- : .


M.-- Martihee Detrich-:. Il. Il lIlt
t, ithe niU-ic anid voc.il cl;ti f'i*
. ;..:l n its of tilme IlelPatuw I 1:1-
r-ity. 4,reencastle. Ind.. wl;o -,111
Ii. im'iimiiak Saturday and at i '
,-t IL altist church in this cit v Sill -
. I-ft on the 12:4o train to-day :,,
S iioa-tl. Mis ) Detrichseni i- i;.'
linest vocali-ts in thlis-coull ''"
I a:- a -weet. musical voitce. t"
' .- -,. w.'ll plai.-0ed with P-el-acvl:a
C -h11i will re-tirn in Junie a'.i
* ; l t ,. -titmti cer li -re. )tluriil 't- I
: -: ,, will t*.acht a c(la-- int
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Proprietor.


*NEW ARRIVALS!-

O LR first announcement of New Arrivals of Spring


ACTS GENTLY ON THE

KIDNEYS, LIVER

AND BOWELS

CLEANSES THE SYSTEM
-SP EFFECTUALLY


OVERCOMES& -
SATION
11BITUAL CONSTIPATION
PERMANENTLY
ITS et g
ICIAL E
8157 TVE GENVINI- Ma T 0 OY
(CALINIA|TG&SYI?VPC.
Mo bAU B Y uwRUG mu SO niL hTi
leather Conditins.
Thei t'nipTrature ha- ri-ien in the
a-: (itilf .t:att- a;ii l Atlautiot c4ai;.st
i-trict-, and it has- grown colder in
)ther sRections of thie country.
Over the Great Lake,; and trav:,-
.isi-ia-ippi region thefa lll-; in tem-
werattLur, ra ,,(d from i; to is de-
rep-. 'Flit temperature tell to zero
t Bi.,nlarck th- in lori iiil-. arid the
itil II ved southward to w-stern New
York. Ohio. Indiana., Illiinoi-, MiJ-
ouri and JKansas.
'1 he :area ,f high pre--nire that now
overs the W*,-t, ~ ill ring colder
Weather to Western F'lorida to-
hi. t.
Precipitation exte indd to ino-t all
t-ctionm. during tt l pas't 24 hlio 'rs,
)tit large amount were li'imitpd to)
ie Gulf srat s. Mobile, Montgoni:-
ry, Pent-ac la and Jacksonville r, -
>ort more than inch of rainfall.
M. J. W aiM;HT, JR..
Ob)erver.


Preventeu a Tragedy.
Timely information given Mrs.
(;eorge Long, of New Straitsville,
Ohio, prevented a dreadful tragedy
and saved two lives. A frigh fi 1
cough had long kept tier awake -very
night. iShe had tried many reimn-
dies and doctors, but steadily gr# w
worse until urged to try Dr. Kiln.'s
New l),Di-covetry. Oin0 bottle wimol y
cured >lic and shme write-. thii n;ti-
vehElois mlietdicilne also cui-d Mr. Longi
of a sevel' attack o4 l'niei ,Lioni..
SSm-h rilre ar 1 ift po-i itilv- I inif ofi tit-
iniatchl.--. mi-rit of thIi' gr:t:idl rt'-ili-
Ily f.r, t'curiinT :ll t!ilo.it. ('c*! --t "a iilI
l V:1i1 troubl)lt -. Oi nly .>oaI aIild $1 ,io
itj tf.'e- at '. A. I, 'Alt-h- tie't. .'s diti:

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Y1OU YOUR OWN Dr I

0\e can supI)l)y you with everything troin Stylish
0 Dr)cs Stu;ns. at really moderate prices, to a spool of thread
0 or a paper o0 pins-whalebones, needles, skirt buildings.
dress inins, buttons,. and everything elsc in the notion line
at ilst the prices you feel you ought to pay.


* 5000 yds Hamburg Embroideries. (on center counter)
S5, 10 and 15c yard.
50 pcs 31-inch Shirt Waist Percales, 8 1-3c yard.
S650 pes 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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RWAT. ESTATE,
Rental and Insurance
AGENTS,
No. 1 South Palafox Strce'.
PENSA.(,OLA, FLA.


Apparel.


A generous assortment, large variety


of colors and stv:es to select from of Ladies' Waists.
We carry all kinds: the largest assortment in the


city of well known brands.


Among them the famous


" ,/'j//;7 /].;r/l/!.'" 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 ofterings bv a glance at our large exclusive
Shirt Waist Window, and they arc cheaper than
heretofore by reason of our Motto: "SI: i. CIiAI' .\XA
THI RII;,.V I .NCR.!-.\I: I Ill- BUSINF.ss.


New
Arrivals!


!RE RNew
LAC[8 AND [MBROID[RII! Arrivals!


Our Centre Table- atr. -rating beneath a goodly sliar,- of the. Newe.-t
TiLi: '- iIt Laces and Enmbroiderie-.


F: .rmeg an I t-eti~ic


-awmt burg Edgizin.z :nrd Ini-ertitoll


Va.- I'icei a L ace amidInrtarc.
Macchcinie orctliomiEdging .and Intc-'rtiont.


.Xpliqume [4:tci'antd Imiertiomi,


l'.in: d* prot. Orient:i! and PIl. \:l. I:, -.
I t -ininaiit-F H.nt iltur.- Ed(I in,. -ix yard Ii1 n th1-. w-o't~ !i 7" to )o at 5F)C.


Sw Deepil Sale of Muslin underwear! *
One Lot ('hidJ'-: Drawe'r-. l-,:p.:ne.l and *tuiked. -i/.z- I anuI 2. at...10c pair
Sizf 3:1, 1. a .d A;. il.............................................. 15c pair
Onf, L,:t t'hill'- Trtlid med I)Drawer- at (',-t Mairk.
Ine Lo: (tL Child's Trimniimid (Gown-' at (',o-t Mark.
o)I.i L,t (Child''- Trimmned Skirt- at (' C-t Mark.
(Oi l.t Mit-et Trimmed (,owln- ;at ('-<-t M.,ik.
One Lot Ladies Trimintd (Ch-imie, worth ::.-:, lor................... 21c each
One L,,t l radite" Trinmwited (Camnbric ('Chornise, w,.rth 7 ." for....... 45c each
zzOne Lot Odds and EndsgS,
In Ladies" Skirt-. and Gowns to Clo-se Out at Co-t Mark Price.


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DeFUNIAK SPRINGS.


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Seat of the Florida Chautauqua now in Session
Until March 27th.
*:1. ,-Finevt Resort in Western Florida.:~!2
H iLzgh, t .1:-:,' ": ,' l.. l P,1 :, ; i i..vi : .aiinII C lim ate.


THE BE T 6?7L 1, P,1CAT0N'LT H"IL


"NIT U I r"


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For Our Fine and Extensive Line of


Spring


Goods,


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JUST RECEIVED NI .'


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J. M. HILLIARD & CO.,
-- f.n,, f r iii **.- ,n:.'l I^ .:ti. : i:, -
Carriages, Buggies, Wagons and Drays.
t=oRepairing Attended to Promptly._=


.. ;:', EAST (;AR)EN ST.


P:NSAColA. ILA


Roses--Carnations.
I am,,tellin.' the p-o.'u t of the li,. month and llighlanl Park (arlen( of
Montgomery, anI on t-.e ve hu:s' rotce f(a 'Ii any :tmo0l t of Cut lFiowera
and D)esinas wanted.


Carnations 73c per dozen,
America- Beau ;es $3.50 to S$.03 per t'oz n,'
All O.her Roses $1.50 to $1.75 per dozen,


I ing Phone :i29.


Delivered
' to you.


MISS VIOLETTE MORENO.
33 W'p-t Gregory.


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BETWEEN TWO FIRES
A TRAINMAY'S CAL STIC COMMENT ON
RAILROAD RULES.
To Obey Them .%I!. Hie SnxMeanus to
J~bPTim~e and XIi n n i3ichamr-c
TO. iigqnuuLThemn. :nd itrte an Alcel-
dent lien.,, a IlititcbiatraztAISO.

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iii-a sI %%il, i lduv a 1.7.- 1 y'.i fa trill
z-..i~tl.:I i z 1;g o titthe .ivsa

ti-Il 17.1ght lit. I-Ae'tler :atw i L(,rv readily
ti,;I, 1 1- -11 l if !wL %x t-,,e I- Ilit- ra Ihth-r
t'4 ,.ik ijotted firt-n Ills S-tallijKoilt .an1d
"(Ili77our line.'"hi' said, '"we have
vi 1m% a ;ml tuii4.' 2;Lit (4!77II'ivs thu
knotl.'el% e:11141 ('e nirit'"ce (if wor~irk j
tirvit I r mli's anit n rgulati 7 i.'s :2s siatidii-

lr7 !- Too f di-tVl 41%41i1-,'1 rule ar~id re2.::1
L'.ioi pw t-i t!!i It tter m'ti klt -i travel
far '-:iftur tl:imi i%.ig in Icedl. tout -it
1% ',11 Ic -itlii' 271v al3l C IIItoo t
4,:d ldi -. '1'-taut l ue'-. w.mld 1alppear

:1 frwLivN t'nri-a ~ te~'i lwr
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1 ;- '.o. %% it '27 ii" o n-idoil gilty 3occur
C;.eIA- '* 2Il ~1- dsx %%.sl.Sothe.11
Iv ~ ~ ~ ~ t# 1114-s-:0.01i~. li'iiin -isrthi1.11
4424'4.iii, o d i oo tc le ie v s
In I! c l h isrlt', orh twp h o-
Irv!441-, all,! if'' 1:1 ie wouil gil tyhr ouh
Iir :Ii :7 4. I d. a n i e .,s l o tf
f '1.O. vpa, g tle ik~k .4 ra!.'s 7111472 3 lse tion
Iil .!- h :j Il.s'31' 744 as ie. i kt r pi' Lis iipi'

..li'1 (.'i eltha ie w o uld 7thriii7'h
s44 4'' 4 74I oar fur (tc'4 'it 7everyi oeel a 7747'ii
#I %* #-:it1:111it 21w 4'il iit ii ltd l i
fir: s:111 ayarv
"'It I f11)4 t'. ofa t:' -,t r.utin abLi~ra
34. 1. ('77r io dl v I'e' .'. Ifl :i' t.'ills ith,
yl' 14. .. i~ fri i 1;. 7 I i. Ir i ri I I II 1 2d-1

st!: i ,2h I!t 41ill. j :,- v'.i f t~l e' I l.47)-
i't I':i '.L 2Ii'r') I 7:1' 24N .7m-'willei
It for4 I) "!jI.'l :1t'i14'i 2 :1.1 of dl v l


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them. 2 : '
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been tried and fire test-
ed. D'Alemberte sells
them.

NICOLA CASSA,
RESTAURANT---OYw1rJS.
Fruits, Cadiles, V1t^.


C l red WAR AGAINST IMMORALITY.
Copper Coloredw sto Opens Vigorous Canpaign
SAgaeinst Vice.
s otBos o March iy.-Ata public meet.
Splotchesing. he uoder te apici of the
There one cure -ratch and Ward society, Rev. Fred-
Theeri i ock E. Aien, one of te officers of th
llood Aison-thi, comrnl ,-:.y ifu.i:,d -hvi dt Tf. T. -y r vicious ,lai have been uroduoet
are tt:.ilIy unab'< to '-r" it. :;du direct: in U' ton during the last few years.
their e'fT.'rts towiu:d bottling t.." ',)ison He advised toe people wfC parronize
ep in th *i -ood PAcd urcneial.ng it frnm the theaters to find oat before and leave
View ^ crs ti. di ; s "1 plays alone and not atteut aud to
view. S. S. curcs the dis. .-, to govern theisolvei acor.iiugly.
tively ai.d permanently by forcing ou: Alter referring to the cnarga that
eve-ry trace of the taint. '3.0(X\.0jUJ is iaually paid in tribute to
I wa, aiil-tit with a terril ; 1.' ,,-od -.iJeas. toe police by criminals to tuan:cipal an-
which w '.'&:n W 11spou at firrt. hat :.f rv, 'ri thorities in New York city, Mr. Ailen
e'r, l ,.in7 ,' ,,Ln'y i continued:
suri.- a ,n r t- "There is n question that vi.e is pro-
Sn7;'.i. the -untuiin I tected here in Bostor, too. There is a
tl eiatred.,B e ?> ,r considerable number of the police force
(471, it,74 lt'i,*7iii tthat 717
> d-ct I had pi I:2 a xihul;dre.' this society cannotobtain legal evidence
(la. r',wn a iwa to make it possible to convict in court "
Stxretl various patenl
/ undici:d -. lut 'hey d:J Jewelry Marked by Tiny Nambers.
r- n Id ia. rt e every plece of worthy jewelry
fir.t t.uttie of -. 5. I ther- will lee found a series of numbers
Sw a greAtly nirov- 1 1o fit'l that a glass is needed to cor-
the ro.s it. Tho" n-t. rnil :plotehi,4- on nty '* .-tly r'eid them. These numbers are
ch,'-t h.'-an t., r,,w pail.r a:itn sdualler, anil thre to prote't tihe owner In eVent of
b-f.-'''- Jolt; ': ,;,ar."l "ntirely. I rc'gaine'i
riv ; :* '-'. .-'.. x *' ii. Fo :--in er. amnl tar al- 1I,! -s. It is iinkinil to say It. but pawvn-
p-ti,..r .,::I mpr.,v, .1.. I It4. ...,n e, tlre.y bl',ke,.. rs: ha've alv o adopted the numlnler-
We'll. awl1 ily -kiLn .* .-r i -- .i [ 'nre. '"f ;glass.s.
II. LU M t'kas, liu !;'. r'ry .st., Nu.-vatrk, N. J. ilnl .-'; nllie' to protect theliselvt-s froui
1',(n't (de.treoy till po's:-ilile change of a thiev-,. Every plawniltoktr knows
cur'- I'y t-:ki' n th.- dit..t',s tratiment wv.ter.' to look for these significant
of 111' rr ry :utxl pot-i'It. 'iTh. '- mino"ert:14 l' iii!''ri. :all(l in the eteia of a r'r<'e bit
cauQ t!io liiir' to f':il ,tu', 14l will .f ,.wv.Ilry its travels from tthe factory
v:reek ;- S e.Zie v syM.em. 1 st,,e, ui from s,, r., to pawntltr.iker


SSSS!T%'C Blood,
iS Pt' IFLY VFIEA',t'T!. I 7 M~i ; thle ofl-
*J3i.tI''111--euV.*41"I tahcr ninc'ra.d
bok 4111 Lii.- *.i-e':os''anid "- tr.eat.,
mlent lilil~tlrc'(. 1 b) eSWilLtj"21,e,1:C CuM-
pany. Atlautu, i6i-iogia.

T't v otliteir S-ork-rn.
("h B IeU(o1'721IutlI'r was 13
e77i'" Ip, i. ii i > Coj1-) vslraee : 27 g'ilvg
Sa ;:~lt"i Awl, tjL'i:1 i t'i W o ds.
14e'''11j3 1k'12 Itie r l'. NNas t 111:14.:Isi~
tl.'cI. jat 7 I' iat, d'Ow i',giueralu '
\%ai;l r 7!.'' I it Li141-' 17 Vt'4:14'llt-ito ucs.

Btuit l*4r!:l1ps Butle'r's-emost S:4 a.-e re--
17 4.l :'77 X.!ithich a U'1. luit:Lrian i i-
4..ze 1.71 i it 4.\N:I1"..l71Cnie Freeman~it
C1'11-1o. S lt:12 : 1 ig 77W7 ii i ll!'! d thet
If : ta 1 77 til WIiilIlat ion 'w.:IS miade lie

'"1.17 tare7.vow]1at h(1t3:in "our re-
12m1.2 b .! 1 't twi).ethInk dsof' the Trin-
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-I fI*4)m71 S.- ;o ) tqI ,I I f -11 1e') IEI I e ttx1% 1 .
wI'Ii~.:'aatng -I-o'uravy. -Ih'tz cut
(01N .i)OWN %HIi Lt
P~il~ L~f~riI.~froutikidnIIv i-y(--


A I4 A7 I

I will rep'tir your watcnp :!111(
j,'welry in flrst-clas,4 -tylo. J. I.
S tep *ns
Bay you r iife one of those
1iandsorne parlor muites
f'rom. M4ar'ston 4' Fine/i.


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FAVOIllT


Place For Pensacola
Buyers to Buy

Choice Family


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'T ,. 'i,,vi. tin ii lr'ke Into a rcar of L Jl J
l::ti !,',ir. inl which tiw eh'lervyn:an Jolu-
e'l N'vw York Maiil and Express. i -

E'..geno J. Hall. the poet and pub- The W
lihli-r. -;.s r that one d, e of Folev's Up-to-D
Hotev and Tar re-stored lii voe.-.
w ,t le h ri rs, '-s ti aten iid to ;'re-
ve.nt III- Iteture at (' tintrall Mu.le
Hall. Chicago. Nothitr ;,i- k ta-
g',-,d.-W. A. D'Alviinlite. C1 E TZ
4 ,,^ s ,,- 3. MIve
Lars. e 9 Th9 Kid YOU Have AIwPys Bcu:tl
Er G eX:-12(
von s s.^ E. Govern


TIM& TABLE.
LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.
IN EFFECT JAN'iA2; 7.
1o \. n.:.O It
1:12 P Iii A 1,V,- M -h It- t
1: n I I: t m A.: :%, New 4)r-t-pteps Arr7 t. .ft II V-11 fitI
:1'' jit it A I r. lontzitonxer' A'-riv.* :1 1. 1) 111
It jj P III A r iq -
I--:-',-n.- a .' It III Ar, I. Loui-' 7. lf, A m%1. .- p inl. a
4:-- It" I t T 2a i 0 VII a n% I 5 111 P I I
BETwxLIJ PENSACOLA AND JACKSONVILLE.
No.!,

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3M. 3. .3MR3MW
0-PROPRIETOR OlF-o

CRONIES SALOO0N
0-DEALERI IN-o

Imported and Domestic Wines, Liquors and Cizars.
JUG TR ADE A SP'PVoT A TTY.
Coiner' Belmont anod fAvillierit St44. PHNAACOrA. FTA



IMcMillan- Bros. Co.1


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=OPPOSITE UNION DEPOT.~-


SERIES W. C. NORMAN, Proprietor.
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all-Known,
)ate Store


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Telephone No. 46.
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--:.THE CrIGCEST AND MOST POPULAR BRAND F-:-


& GO., WI ID, WIm LO. O !ALI,


0-122 -<
ment Street.


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At lbargzain.. ;, a',r- :,,: 11 .i ,1.r TELEPHONE 261.
fn,'w and cultivation, tt- t ;l,,lan -.
w,, ,il'ti, '. of ,1 rile .i'th ,', (' -1 ,,- TJOHN McDAVItD,
dtva ]Park. with 4-roil hion,0' liartn ,
,tii tw,, ral)lI* l. Pri N i ,. I',,r I P I n t f A
t ,nf.,,ruati,,'.n apply to, V. I.i REAL ESTATE AND BROKERACE.
I),,u^:-ufiln place, ,or J. E. ()u -bu:-
-oI & Bro.. city. 1hiliii CITY PROPE-1RTY. FAIRMING
-A ,-i- I ND TI'MER LANDS
DURHAM Cigars are R A .
the finest 5 cent smoke
Try them at D'Alem- Loans Plaeed at Reasonable Kaes
berte's. .4 Fast ( v,'-rnivipont ,-trfpt.



YiE IIIGIIAL INTUlCK? l3BAR L ICUi


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A. FRIEDMAN, Prop.


AGENTS FOR


Liquors.


High-Gracde


':." !; i(,K. I'i;\'.'iV : i 'lK, II'N HARDIN S 0 14. MASH.
V'F lY FINI:: FtlEIIiM.\ N < ('E:II.:I;RAT DI OLD PRt' VA'T1'
ST'' ('K. !'2 YV..'i' < O .1I),: l.I !) ,K VK I.VI 'ET. KEN-
1 t1 I '-S l'E !Il:' ;';t(N O 'I- PI'tIrV. ANI)
.1" (,I." < IE' I oI; {.\NINDr W HICH
'i) Ml.NT"I ().N.

\V 11,- .tiitiy l -,..
THE JUG TRADE IS OUR MAIN SPECIALTY.
t Al-o A',.nt for t.* !-',Fon,,- P.i,-t .1:iwa.ikfe l;,r. Fr.. DI v-
.-ry to v ixry P rt ,f t!e (t'ity.


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I)EN.:-ACoI,.X. FLA.


nllmwr'trui l,1r' sirna flfnsi


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-N:: BEERS, ETC.,_A -
IN wOOc NO GLASS. LARGE OR SMALL QL'ANTIT'E".


8O[E AGiNTS FOR


lIE ~hl 1-14-Ii'It WHISKYI.

ATA''4\NTIA HiU1'VI Nf COMP1A NY S


H. H. WICKED.


Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter,
No. S South Palafcx Street.
All Kinds o, Plumbing andt Ga- Fi:*'in 'u Mato'ria: K,;.: Hand


TEIEPlfl)Nl. R-2


S- METHING NEW


.EVERY DAY-


HALL & KLEIN'S


Mammoth Retail Grocery,

502-504 SOUTH PALATOX ST-.
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IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF


lUlUIU ULI U u iqUiurQU L3 I-Iardare,
ALL ORDERS SERVED ON SHORT NOTICE 4 Iron, Nail., Axe., Shovels, Saw Mill and Steamboat Supplies, Cooking
AT ANY TIME AT REASONABLE PRICES. and Heating Stores, Paint, Oils and Window Glass,
S) 0ioo ms ,r tAenDay ek or Month. { Agate and Tinware and Honsefumrnlaing Goods.
311, 312 North Tarragoea Street, Opposite Ullin mpot. Gans, Pistols and Flahing Tackle.
0-Telephone 68.----0 1 AGENT for Birmingham Rolling Milla Company. Revere Glant
--I-GEO. WILSON & CO.,*--- Stitched Belting, Northampton Emery Wheel Company, Laftin a Rar d
Powder Company, Johnson's Kalsomlue, Iron Kiag and Buck' HStoves
Don't Forget to Stop With the Fat Man. and Ranges, Wm. Coups A Co.'s Raw Hi e Lace Leather, Muasry's B ady
* FRESH VEGETABLES 1 IClYlI DIILT. IBOLEULE All BTIL. Mads Railroad Colors.


* Coppersmiths,

General Metal Workers.


Manufacturers of and Heauiarters for the

Celebrated McMillan Seamless Turpentine Still,
C piste Oetfites al s had, ad orepe In te comtry.
MOBILE, ALA.


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4 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, MARCH 20,1900.


THE DAILY Ny;wS:
atS4rd at the Post Offce at Pensacola.
Ifa-.. econd-class matter.
orWFIC: Pitt uliEmang, :ii', Soot Pala-
tox street. up-stairs.
PI'BSH.IIH IBY
THE NEWS PUBLISHING 00.

TYams-Invariably in Advance.
o ear by Mail *
Three Months "" I .'
*ee Month "
One Week. by Carrier. payable Monday lo)


THg wCICK Iy IN
P UIshed every Friday at $1
Peslage free.

TELEPHONE NO. Ill

iertfsinfg iees Furnish(d on






FINSA00LA. MARCH. 2

PRFCJICT DBF.GAI
I.presentative conservative
bave endorsed tbhe following tic
**sal from the city precincts t
ofUe County tconrention to
Jeweltoa. April 14 and ask th
PIsp a hearty support by ttie v
Prcianct l I-t. ii. Gilngles. 1
baa. Winm. Bazz,-il, J Maxwel
WrIghton.
Prrctnct I.:-W.A. Hlount.Thb
0Jo C hri-t4... J. Wiie. \ nite-
|onncan
PFr i'nm r '-<-o. lor,,i>n..Jo .
J 8. Mc.twaug;L-y, Johnu Pt. ffi.
Jaars.
Precinct !.-E. H. Putnam. J
Wmn. eKiieiett, J . IAbe crtninli.
juantaim.

THE inhiabitjat- of ,i 1n
in Machigan have niptified
of uegroe4- that the-y imu.
from its. bord.r-. The reas
is that !-veral whit.- p
eloped with n,.-'rt,-r+. Ni
thbe lie',Ee- had to gl,.
Tue ,)p-..ka N,'w'' adti.i--.-
Donei.luart.-r .A-itorial o .et-
ple.'"- ;.-a..>nathil p. op- sill
isa lid iont- *,-irt, ri' 1 umn n-d:
ltle Klgat-ar.
Two-column editoiri-tl ha
to jIln two-iour seermUni-
land where there are no bu-
Bef'rtr W. N. tb i-ats mauini
dutleb tfa ,fli.o' tf of i-ttt- up-
of public :.-truttion in Florida
tiundreds tof so-called teachers i
liCachools vb, could nit wr;tea
ieal sfent-nce <,- ix ordinary
WrhOsespellingi-ven of somte of
coml on sortie cin ter 'l use w,
be-en a refl-ection upon itne in:.
a10y uneducated negrores. Now
e:s inour uit"li,' sti. l- are in
tibeaverai.- int.-l-ectually. aud
pare tavorably with those tit an
th-L nalon The **weeding out
the stubbhl*e hi, >%e*.n -low but su
crelit of at ;- alii-st 6 holly duet I
oreosiand p-rtisciou mannit-r in
I*heots ha& %,tuck to hi- e-ducation
Tampa Herald.
Every fair-minded citize
state will cheerfully ackt
the foregoing as a true stat
the re-ults en!-uinrg trot: th
meztt of thli existing exat
lawi, which were a part
Seatt" plan of adimini-trati
WIudollt F'rlnom a eterj
Editor C'aldwell of the L,:
Index thu- define- lii- poi
the subject of rotation in tif
In theb .ruti race niow go':a o0
state oflc- Ithe Ir;de-\ 'hat no p
dattte 1 lit Ie)llil rl 't. of l!), 1t .t<
co anventioll il hi our ciild.Wli.t-
lie not %t thb.y ur, . Againt :
IO CUml|'l, 1 (o IloII- rI.- t'-,. w ji
double t1w c't7,l 1it dm for re---i.
hbare othinlg to y. Ti'l ha\
lbheir office lonik V jnt<'u~:hI for I h, ni
plant voter in tb-. it to k:i,, h1
ba*se pe-rf r in>.-ld ; l i I- ut'l -. l(,r
palrt s th l tk t!':. ii .- rfr ii,
well. ,t A t. lit \.. that a n
sbould tie >ut in vt-ri *tat.- ,'1 .
thb(ob held 1y l;-.-yno.i- amnd W'hit
only re&-on f.r miakini thi- \C"
that they ,re *inlipDrtii ,.y :-
When the% ba+ ' drank alh| out ,,f it u i;.,
trOtgli Ma ion.- ita it- ot) li.
w'hy. i*li |lit-n t"- Ii ( favor o
them out to'. *i ir .* a. n for w
A rw d-al i- t I:.-. t ; O<'k iliii ;y i i
bor. -tri i li I t.-amt -at i it.- T on th
-lorlda dt.nu-
ger and ci, ; .-*r !h. r-..pu )li .ttr-
the NT+r:lts ,ll"io. of Flor-n'h

propriate .lt i., i\.- n. *, fr .
tif it Us l. :-' '! -I .: : '- ; .
are thi,- t. .- -. :t' 1 '
;*.*--n hi ; iv :i.' . t t : i,
Wo e

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LIt.llietl I). !'+..,-. u '.. +, iv "" H. w
deal. "I '.- I %* ;: :"" t : ,. r .-
election r::ti 111 if t .- -.i.;, ,, u 'j-
cers incl It",-- ,c'*. .t-;. l b.--,. itl-,tii
the cn:trac': ti ;:. *-nr a; ini -:lation
of their oltice-. !wiut t!ie-e are mert-ly
incidental. T!i:- unanimity with
which the oflice-- of conptroller and
treasurer are excepted. and the Uni-
versal commetidation that has been
expressed concerning the venerable
. ad beloved secretary of state and
the faithful and efficient commis-
viomer of agriculture, show that
personal considerations are not
involved. The principle of the thing
Is Just precisely a- the astute (C'aid-
wellexpr.s-es it. The whole bidy
of the democratic people participated
in the memorable struggle for dem-
ocratic Fupremacy. or have since


to maintain it. If the offices are to
be regarded as rewards for such ser-
vice, hundreds of loyal democrats
throughout the state are equally en-
titled. with those whom the party
has so long and continuously hon-
ored, to share in such rewards. To
forbid them longer, in order that ac-
cumulated honors may be helped
upon those who have been abund-
antly rewarded, is unjust; to imply,
by so doing. that only those who
have been thus favored are worthy,
or competent, is insuiting.


.i pter year THE DEMOCRATIC COMMITTI:
Preliminaries for the Primary A
8. ranged.

l on. The Escambia County Democral
Executive Committee met at the o
flee of Judge T. R. McCullagh la
WM night, Chairman C. B. Parkhill pr
W siding and Secretary Dan Murp!
at his desk.
The certified listof candidates at
;0. 1900. delegates who had qualified ai
who were entitled to have the
names put on the official ballot w
TBI read.
democrats Chairman Parkkhill announce
ket for del- that the selection of inspectors ar
o the [lem-
be held at clerks was the next order of bus
hat they be ness.
retid she- On motion of Capt. E. H. Putna
j, and 1. F. it was ordered that the inspect
and clerks recommended by the ca
an Hannah. didates be chosen, except where
change. had to be made, and th
I. lohnion. Quch changes be made by the con
r and J. 1. mnittee.
).,!;n weit. Inspectors for precinct No. 1 we
e a.,d w. A approved as recommended.
For precinct No. 2 it was foul
that the inspectors reconmiende
iall town were not residents of that precin
a number and the names of Ash Cravey. Lou
-t depart Daniels and James Cravey were-ul
-tituted.
n gThe lit for precinct N',. :; w
zirl l;had amended l)y substitution. the n;ain Wonder of D. P. Williams and John Fell f,
two who had declined to serve.
The list for No. 4 was approved.
;a t,, a:d 'For No. 5 tie name (of Goe. H
na'i, P.O- DI)avis was substituted for W. .
!..,t ri a Shelby. who is a candidate for deli
,,r*al.-M, .gatf,.
For No. ; the name of 0. E. J-i
ave golle nings as clerk was sub-titutedi fi
SGaille nifay. not a qualified elt-cto
in the No. 7 was approved.
.y people. For No. s the name of }I. F. ('rab
:ree was substituted for Olive
*t.-r.-l th. White. a candidate for del-eat,-.
rnt-ndnt ~o,). 1 was approved.
ti ere %.-re N. 10 was approved.
ii our puti- For No. 11 the name of J. J. L-.
grammiiat- wa, ,tltituted for J. B. Steward.
1nt1e. and candidates.
thief mos-t For No. 12 thep 1n ii. of ]. Pop
ou;d have Reese was substituted f.,r C. M
,iig-nce of Jones. a candidate.
tar teach- No. 3l was approved.
ucii ahove No. 14 was approved.
will coni- No. 15 was approved with the -uh
y state in -itution of C. M. Coston for M. F
proc,"e-' of Grnzalez., who declined to serve.
re. and the Noz 1a 17 an were approved.
:o the vig- For No. 1i the name of M. 0 Bti.
Which iMr. gett wao sub-tltuted for J. N. (iles
al plans.- who declined to s,-rve.
No-. 114 and 2-) were approved.
n 4 f the Oiln motion of Mr. Felix Glack
uowledge imoyer the chair appointed a c,'m
ement of mittee of three to have entire charge
(of Drintinz. placing election boot!i-
e enact- etc'., M,.-srs. Felix (lackneyver
nination )Dun Murphy and Ed. Senior, Jr.
of Mr. constituting said coninlittee.
A petition (of voters at MNuco-ger
a. d Ferry PIa- akin" ttiV. v'tinL
),,xe- be placed thc-re, wa- rr, f-rr-i
S. to, a Ccorni nittee con-i-tiiti ,oif .\Mes.r-r
Ik% City Johin It. Vau,,hn. l),tvid Shiee!,.it
ition 0n al(d E. II. Putnam.
I It was ordered tlat ,--t' i -t if
nce: delegates be entitled t, Iallie olie
! for the person to watch the count of votes al
ScaHuli- each city precitnet.
d.moicrat ()On Inotioll of Mr. J. B. Vahi!ln a,
.: tI:' at- cominittef-i f three Wa-: a,;pii;ttle d
Ile P:.,-it -flp Sllperintenlidi it S iiti;tar.h
) will all; and arran *- for a train to carry dt-l
*tioi. .' S-gates atid spectttaor. t> thi- ('*i iV
aill h-..i conveltiion at Pl'oweltt, April 14
iit .citi- said co int itte l)b-in .' M.- r-. J. B
,w they Vaughnl. H. '. PIur-ell and E. 1H.
,uUr ton i Pltnamll.
nl-d tlii, .IM r. John It Vaui:hn call, ,*.% man cailidiatte- pres-enrt t,' >-nl ribi- for ;t
,** X-pt h.)rl>e cti- at the conlve tin : tti n the
:.-ld. our follow ilf re-.poiidf.d: (;e.F.E. initL .
p!-oUn i-s. $5: A. M. McMill:in. ,->: N. B. ('.iok.
1.w ni.l $5: J. C(. Van Pelt. ',C: Jin di- la
rne -- itil Kia. *2: C. J HBel. ..: ( M. J nli-.
e.rnmnnt $3; .J.nli*-- \1. T it,-. $.' .$ *: H' (. (1;..
-r hatve. toll. $2; ('liS a WVi.llal1-. I2: J. F
f putt in \Vilfe, $5.
antinig a Me,-r-. .J illni i; \';tllg lti E. H .
at, of l.t- iutt atii It, HI T1. t'ur-,ll w -r alp-
arp.tbti itritutio,'. frion (:ini (idlat ~ I i,)t
It 'A- p e-i-, t anld tc :trratn .- f.r umid llian-
;:iat wo,, agi, the l>ai boenc e.
io i The etiiinllllitt .- then d10 ilj lr i-il 1un-
t- ':,-. til *; o''lck p. ur.. A pril 12. w It-in i
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"Three F.-:ither-" at EF. : ; Ar-

ALIIA HEYW()(ol)
A Pleasinng Progtramn for the :lks'
Charity Fund.
Clutter's music hall was well
filled last night to witness the inter-
esting program presented by the
Alba Heywood company for the ben-
efit of the Elks'charity fund.
Mr. 1He4vwo)od i-a a clt-ver come-
dian and his personations were all
jolly and entertaining. The musi-
cal nurmber-i. vocal and ins-tru-
rmn tal -tara 11 avrlan oand r-_


This



Month


Take


Sarsaparilla


And have new pure and bright blood. Then you will enjoy life.


E.


IM"POBTANF Nq~rp
!To the Contrmt't(,r" tn'? o,
Pensacola:
If ter thI)o-firzt day *o f A
I litonifmech~anic-ir L:.
on a ny buld it;.: wi
mnwho-re t !'i-rt. ji
4of -aid craft iizil-r
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kr. A CALL PATRIOTIC HIiERNIANS 0 I
For Democratic Primaries and Con- Listen to an Eloquent Address by PI'
lc ventlon. J. O'Connor of Savannah. C
)f- Resolved, That a convention of the Dem- Division No. 1, Ancient order Hi-
jit ocratic party of Escambia county sail he -
held at Poweltonat 12o'cloce noon on the bernians held their annual celebra-
re- 14th day of April. 19AI. for the purpose of at th
y selecting twelve (12) persons to represent tion of St. Patrick's Day at the op-
Escamblacounty at the District Conven- era house last night. P. J. O'Conner,
tion to nominate a candidate for Congre s
and for the purpose of selecting twelve 1: of Savannah, National President of 8 H 0 E 8 C L I I
nd persons to represent Escambia county at the Catholic Knights of America,
nd the State Convention at such time and being the orator of the evening
r places maybe lixed by the ttate anid Con- being the orator of the evening. ____
ir gresslonal Democratic Committees and for There was a large audience of ladies
as thepurposeof selecting a County Execu- and gentlemen present and all en-
tive Committee to hold until their succes- d
son so hall be selected in 19. joyed the eloquence and natural Gents' Furnshng Goods eartment
ied "The precincts are and shall b-. entitled to Irish Wit Of the orator. tents' S F D IlD U0(G S De tment
nd the following representation at said Coui,- The program opened with music
i. tyvconvention: by Wyer's orchestra, followed by a
No.2. Kupfrlan's song, "Dear Little Shamrock," by --~
m No.3. Mllvew Miss Blanche McHugh, which was
)rs No., Ferry Pass so well received that the little lady PECIAL-5; Pair- L:tdieI- <)xftrd Tie-. -i/e. 1 :., w.
No. i '. Puwiton had to respond to an encore. $2 2 to 3..."...........................................
in No. 7, Pine Barren After a quartette, -'The Last
at No. ..C'ratitree S. (;limptse ,*f Erin. sung by Mises if Pairs Ladiei Iutton Sho sie 1 t ..............
- No. I. Wa pr & Hollai Burrow and Piaggio anrd Mesrs. ., ,
No. 11, Walnut Hill (re-ap aind Haves, PresidP.lt .John i
re No.. I*. Pens-acola B. Jone-- oftlhe local divij.i,,. A. (). Ele~-ant Li f M i--- -'and Children Strap Slipp, :
,No. 1;. P.e-tacCola oH introduced tlie orator. Celebra.td .\IM-ri.aiii Make. Black. Tan. Red- all 1 :;1. ." I
No. 14, Pensacola ........ 11 l[r. O' 'orrti M"e laddren Hw ii Jill 1,--
Nl No. 5. Pensauola Mr. Op'onnorss ;addre-; was a. in- Vp to Date Style-.
Hd No. 1ii. Pinevili. teusely int-er-tintg alnt eloquent re-
ct No. .1 M Brnt l- view of the thrilling history of Ire- Ladie.-' IIt-,i- S!i;pp;'rs at........ ......... .*. .: i
isNo. '.- Moino land and the Irish people and of St.
)- No F:. ilomaton Patrick, their patron sa int. 0[1rSF F*lR SHOW \IN)(\ F M N- -
Forthli- puri)o- eofi-hctnd(leinti- ( ni He l, ki. ii>i.t Ie-li y oI f tlH,. New Ii .- i ii ,t ...
the several precincts a aDov.t .* t forth ai t To Arriv. New Li V
a for th.- purpose of ioiniiatitgu two candi:- wrongs that had been heaped upon 1 "
,s dates for tn- Hou-se of Representatlivv-, for 'the Iri-h people by Enby land and url. y it.-vens .M.ake. N hbb. pi ", ) t. I .
or the purple of nominating a canidlate for paid a glowing tribute to America.
Iheriff. a candidate lor Clerk of Circuit Biggest and Best elected Lin of Men's 'a::
Court, a caudidate for Tax Collector. a can- the adopted home of thou-:andis if Bigget and Best Selected Line of Meils a:.
didate for Tax Aisessor, a candidat- for Irishllieni who had found hi-re the
f. Treasurer. a candidate tfor County Judiie. it liberty and freedom denied th.-nt at BOys' Shirts in the City.
Candidate for uperint,-ndent of k'ult imin-
Sstruction, a candidate for County auryivor, home.
* a candidate for Clerk of Criminal Court.a Thent followed a hi-tiorv of d(liti, "o ar,- ,i w in a Position to Olfer "t.., i":it>i"c candidate for Justice of P-ace and a cor:- guih-d Iri.shmen who had helped to Y ut: ad vs' Clothi nt. avll in. St.k Ov..
1 .Itat -e fof Peace str Fifth listrnct.a farltn- ake hiistoryV in the service I the buit- t, l t fom.
>r didatt-s for three members oft county Ncho,,l I united States and whose names .
r. Boar. a primary ectiou of the Demo- would always b? ket ree in the Edles arety ............ ... .
cratic voters otf k.-cambiia cituntv shall he-
holden between the hours of ..1,'a.. m. and hearts of patriotic AmericanH. He Our l.i:.,- Neck wear Coipri--. I v.-rv styvl- K; ..c *
)- ,:4ip. li. on Tuesday. tiie ltii day it A\pr:i. was heartily applauded Wil l-i he a- -
:r I:,,. anu for the purpo e of conductini.r said zs-rted that Irishmen as patriotic e
i-hction tle foi.lowitiitimispecto.-,and cie-rkic ,t'. ld al. as ant. II ('0011 & ( ). ('1llIar4 ;111 l41l 'l.
of election tire heret)y --.ected anli p- Americans. would always earnestly *
pointed: oppose any alliance between this
Precinct No. l-Chas. Andirws. Neil liS'-. coitntrvy and England.
k* -kD. Tiell, inspectors; Arc:e B..nto. The rgramn closed with the Star
a Preinct No. "2-Ah rav.y. Louisi)ant-It, Spangl ed Batiner by the quartette.
J.Arne Cravey., lip-ctor'; T. M. carr. iii jo $o
. clerk.
Precinct No. ;-Frank Huart.z. Ii. P. \ii- A m.n ti amed E. Presson. of Pres--
l. ian-.John Fell, n. pectors; l. iE. l. ouu ia. .ontville. Katia.. wrote a letter the
clirk. other day. saying the opinion of
Precinct No. 4-W. It. IDoug. Wa I. No-oterday. ittheopiioio ___________
blet. C. P. tionzalez, inspectors: W. A. eiv- 0-erybody iii i.s atownr wie has tted
,n. clerk. Foevs an eTc. ris,'at'it B buggies Buggies! BUgZe
1 r. A. J. NIus.iee. inspctor-; Louis Fratr, the very best medicine for la grippe.
clerk, colds, cough. etc. W. A. D'Alenl-
Prt-cinct No ;-( \ov. Wm. Henderson, insp-ctor-;O. :0 :. Jen-
- irtcs. No.7-B.A. Lde.W.E.Tucke -r' A SOLID CAR LOAD. Stylish Stick Seats!
.1. M. Inierkin, inspectors; W. W. rweat
ing. clerk.'r, petty Phaetons,
Pr-einct %o. -A.T Flillinim.H. P. B ow- ( ( Petty Phaetons.
nan, H. F. Crabtree, Inspectoi-. ayr 11 P
S-rabtr-e. clerk. - 1
Precinct No.u.--L. i). Srowdi-r,.A .i. w.A- Lrri rt,
c r.rk. ayior.inpector.I. rr/, Made in Pensacola.
S cnan' . pe ,-C, H.Ar.. AsoLU'Tin PIHC. Any and Every Style! Top Buggies.
ceit-rk.
C re-one.all -I. -. -L,' ONIONSS AND CHOCOLATES.
Sl-r w BIIEST MAKl ES, LATEST STYLE.
SPr-cinct No. ;,--w. F.I.A.-, 1. IK. IN .... A I.I KI N .S OF BR ITT L.ES.
WV1:1 ladily. in'pect,)i-: J. -. A C(o Se
+Preci.w,.t Ni. i:i-;,.., li-lI-,r. ... ..,,N. SEA FOA First Come, First Served: They Won't Last Long.
\V. ti H. .MeDavil. in-pect-,r-: i l:.ri> ,.
c i-rk. ASK .',)1I
t'r. inr- t n ,,. i-- ntitml y K!t-ri. \ s < i,;- .- V. w il! AlI., Y I -,t::-'hin- fe r t..a t >1 I :1_ -
v-r. I..W. W illiiami.A. i:A-i.-ct, ..'.1.1. A -. ,r t..: 0 I- .
S M'-rritt. clerk. A\l n .: l- :v Cent-.
l'recirnct No. :,--.ltai,. \ilk in.. (,.,o ,-. -'/ 7 s ( r i '.s
ilalllmnark, C. tM.Co(-toii, -:. cto : j
1\ hitin.. clerk. i.
Pre-,-i;nct No. l'-W. I; u4.h. -. I. :k. *
F'hlow ,-n .Ir.. H. '. W illiai n-. :m-i ctol- I. "1.
Precincet No. 17-A. i. (M Ciot ... W.


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a -ii n .- Na i i. ,tt--l e-. r : -ni, r -. .i:..t i-.. ..N. n.. _
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N'i rl ei s S1n -o 1 l. A
o. -, .I lnu,- .I' -... BOWERS & K' RUSE S N
N,. -.'oh,,l H)u D ..C I
.. --.Mi ,. StIr-. Wednesday. March 28th. DECORATED
NiD .--Ii a Vot M ingarkt. e-- 1;tln m a
No --Wart M1ill.

.-1 :: Jn.--<'m UtIT. O pal C la 1 Aw a r:.e/. /
( iarde!m -1 ,,. :-. :ofr I. i ll" II
No. li--t'irnner Ititmnat.: a .,! i'ilb f, 0 S' ti
Ni ). 17t].+) l ten ldencl ialnd i ..',1 r .t.
No. t P-lileVihe.
N, r-nt at 'r.t) ,,, .--NOTICE OUR SHOW WINDOW. '
+N i. -1- ol-. m r (',t c ,t |i . t .
No. "i --Nl"|lirietat -hi. I -t -
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I 'I 'A ;) . 1, I-- . i :It .1 1,%t t, t f. T
.,1u-'t.io IlItIt i,- aW ,en tL. ie pri-- ttie v t ud l i bl iC Y-1ta I
AN. i PO I -i.Ht '. the -. ai neI, IaiI-lyv: ('n o dla1:irlr in
in.--. tcr-ary, :- bioh tle. oix bottles f r fi e- ,h llhar. 1
The addition spoken of atlve i--
Sdire-cted ert)ecially te the ro lie-f I f
l)an.s Io IFrult Sllgiatt. indigtesti, in itt varied forms.
GRIFFIN. Ga. March 19.-Ic is the With proper diet the Tonie will
general opinion among the frait grow. cure the wo)rt forn--i of this tor-
eru of this section that the recent freeze ttf obscure sy ptome.ofte in referred
did little da.nage to the crop and a te other ,rgzan.i tian the ,tonach.
prosperous :ruit years anticipated. By this addition, it virtues as a C O*PR '
ireneral tonic and invigorator andCRS
W ho is Rader ? blood purifier, are not impaired in
the least. No better medicine can Will Exhibit at Pensacola Three Days
He'sg be found for the relief of tLose di,-
He's the Laboring eases that arp !o) prevalent in the
Man's Friend. He will spring month,. p nMd
Man's Friend. He will thi opportunity to thank Cmmencing March 22, 23 and 24
sell you Furniture on, my friends for the support they have .
thgiven thea Taymentnic and promise that Children 15 cents.
the easy payment plan. Mountain Mint Tonic. as improved, M i inn A -a A.
will vierastill Iptta.....0s..iafai.-t.;^ 1 1 1 i I L d llD' A_ _


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6 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, MARCH 20, 1900


MANY FAVORABLE


4 REPLIES RECEIVED

South American Republics
Respond to Our Call.

KEET IN CITY OF MEXICO

General Conagres of Independent Gov.
mraemets.-Massy Important M iters
to Be Giveu Conilderatlon at the
CoelaIg Seston.
AEW YORK. March 19.-The state de-
partment at Washington has been more
than gratified by the prompt and cor-
dial responses received Irom all tile
mearer American republics to the for nal
suggestion recently made by the Unite'
States looking to the assembly cf a geu-
eral congress of aih the independent:
governments on this contin-u:t, similar
so the pan-American coagre-s, whicn
met in Whiang:ou in lto'-J. iuf icleut
time hba not elap-ed for replies t.) ee-
retary HiTy's k-tter to cotue fro ,m the
more astatnt gcvernments of -outh
America. but these have give absurances
which distei any doubt as to the uaa-
nimity of a.1 ropub:ics between te At-
lantic and tte Pac.tic as regards tue
proposal to meet as sbon at possible
with a view of ltraideairg the copo
and exseudzig the advantages ai tLou
greiIlqnit reached.
Within a week or two at the L:uiLos
the last normal respoaie. are expe-te'id
to reaca Wastiington. and in c.itiineuat
iaucApation tue Lure u of Aueri, n-
sepabiies. ereated by the ias: congress.
-id now tieluding an Iat msmbersltip
every one of the repuoa cs. s taking up
the preliminary work of the meetZiug,
which will be held, according to present
indications. at the Cisy of Mexico 1II
l9UL The Oity or Mexico wa" selected
btha all the countries included might
esaily attend. as is to convoy eutis o0 ac-
aum to alL
If oee of the chief objects of the
eemia meetant ita achieved frequent
Mepeatiioms of the cofeorenoe as stated
imrvals will be provided for. and all
Mie rpuabf illl evernt.liy ace as
besie for e inteaausal gasbeting.
Ist e expaised that the date of the
eeaal assembly of the eastereoce is de-
esed for early a year la order that
ample epportuamly may be given for
seridereaton asad preparauon of the
mbjeess to be diaooaeed rather than
have the delecateo hurriedly assembled
sad coafrooted with ,uwmature propo-
The administration expect results of
the highest vale from the coming
meet ang.

W e ot.T-. ()i1 lHu:.in t!r- Il)' !L:r- Ie-
w.ik d f"r iny 1 -v.i- ", f a '.it t : i :i
rxmni-lot I -, c.r-ld by H l lCata'.t;rri.
T Irr-.
F. J. K I if N Nv. & '*, M ,Ale 1,,. V I .




l]i::t:i;io znaJt Iv tit-ir firmri.
\"-T& T'r; AX.
W holt-all" I); HL'i-t-l "i',,l .... ,.
WAI.!.,IN.;. K INa.\AN & .M+A IN.
H it;i l (.': air; i. ('I'u i i.tk-n: in-
te-r:ifly. ,cting dir-ectly u. i; tl1 I
i oo I alitl nd lie I; -irl system. Prie- 7c. per bottle. il
by all driiiists. Te-tinniAalt frt**.
Hall'- family tills are the he-t.
ila .ti r ( rts lydSro;>i,.b.ti.
'< "1 I lt, S C.. MarcHi i;. --.ai
Lgs nave caused a ranic in seve-al i0
caiitie of the Pee !i e section. 'ami
*ei Nelson of Statesborg. hirteu aix
weeks *ir. ias died of brhydrophobia,
after s effer:nc in bthe worst forms. An-
other man. name unknown, is reported
to havi died la -umter county.
Stinte Rp It C-iuvetl:on.
GiTIrsi. Os.. Marca 19 -Local Eap-
these are prepring f r ibthe coming of
the delegates of the satce Baptst con-
veatiom. which convene. here next
week. Comnmtses are onTvaimle toe
ety and houes have baeen secured tor
early alh she delarcaes, which will be
abo(s GUO in aamber.

DAILY MARKET REPORfTS.
COTTON.


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LEGISLATIVE. CANDIDIATHrI
And Dorlecaoev t Pt he C- a n -y 'on ven
thion at Plixweliri. April 14.
Folilowinig arop tho- catid~datei ft r
tifl~e l' -laturc- at.4! tL" l-t (if doll
~'-fto tbl:at P Jpmh.ri. Apri 4.ii-

lvnio i-.iHt, c sAtpril 1, .


Pra t ,- '. I. .- H 'I".- -

Hta Cr..- I ie-
thuJIegmr'".p J (it li ebnveJ.w~it-n
Pro ci- i-': 4- H. H. ~ .JF. 1
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J.F. L. Q'J- ,. Al-
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ii, l ro* v.a*,":i_: !ron ~r..i.;teach-


s;,*t:.. ~ i' 7o~itIon ..nu'I Over~t
wa i" I'Atis:a'its ;tcAt):v~ N
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Burt I tlie tt-oier it ouz!''t ILi t she
vk-iIs tl.arin-L 00 orit !4'I iru'rvm-. so she
pu't he'r Lanad ove~rr hi- pic-r., andsamid,


*'I1.iw duo,) oitt know that it spel1ls Ox.
Poll%
*S~d i s.aI.rt-pli l i he a,)tPolly.
-K.a!) Irant i'-o ,Arg .naut.
The letter 'rqy.
*ctoj: :jjl q tto !, 4 (i f youjr-
Self. RIiii .1 1 1,. -41 1; neighblor. iwhn
vki. :111 11.1,0I1 Ii4!:1ir'."hre you
ar'' aif.t t t w c:%v :m Position, quil
yvt 3,41 it 401t 'u i h 1 'arin.' ..veiv
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PA..] a Bil .' wIi t,-- Nlri. N'W'-H. Sta -
p.I~tdfl. H'-rjjlniti. Pit. "1; ALiv- I11
.fiIlictod wit!,h.ur al-if'rs-v-rd,
vvarF- arnd hare trie-d rremodb- rwithi-
out number', but I-'iii Balm i-;; the
!h-'-t nit dcilip-.I havj rot Ij Of.
j~ r :iI' y Ji.uu : ~'i..2iS. P~al-


('owfortiiblc flLWlttre.~ses,
rgllowxs, etc... to -o with Yom-'
n~ew furnihtu,,'. IYom can.
4ii:/ tiee wholfe outf/1' from~
Mlarston &Finch,".






Thi' t..*f.ituririt. 4' 'M #o4 f4 I.ii i l.:-r 4 tr..ed
tUo appe~tr 14, tfl- t-ill ti.-I in Kiii- caut~eupon
Ninnda. lb.'*ev.i~t h 4.l' is f NMh%.A.1. Jism-'a..
Tht oiI,.-t Itw h 4I~i-!-Iin 'I1HK PAI.'
..a rnemw .paq'-r pt' in mI, ai.i t-
Catmiiiua cotwtitv, on.'.' tacti ~.Kfor eizb
A N1. M*M i viAN
BY H. 11. RI tx r m,
t t.i vLlerk.
Pesnt~colI4. Florida, 'i iarv i 5.. I-o'.


N IMUE1K ik Lrehtv ivonTo Ii'ttthe' undor-
o)f FlI'init N-r f rI..I.rA pilt.-tnt. 14 toineirp 'rate'
peat ineuwl4.rta4.t o Ilt~w of The- Statet.' 421'I44r-
Ida. nlet it- I Iar.rin v. i.and 1'.tut.-
?n1o vLt'Y.:f tjI lo, zinn: i, i iZilch I on tile in
h1' vTneT IRT11 o t ai- r.l o .Ll-
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SVIDAL & SMITH,


L1WINS BEAR & CO., WhIoJesale PaleIP s. Penll'eoIal
WIBEAale)le Sole Agents for Celebrated YELLOW LA BEL X,,

A Lack of Control. Smoke DURHAM Ci- 0-other High-Grade Whiskies.r:n


"I)on't you think hle hins wonderful gars at D'Alemberte's.
counrl (ver his voime5?" asked the
young woman.n


aNi":nswere~d Miss Ciyenne. "I
('111)1 s 1, Itin% I Imt. leSlugS vr
tIme any one as-ks him to."-'Valiing-
tori Star.
Time to Attack.
I'e ri tmcak tin KIotffvontein sIIouI4
IIc tizitii-fort. lorealifnst." remarke'd

-~you certalInly tinve. strong groundlos


Coffee: Coffeel:


l'e call the al/ention of
the genera! public to 'he
fact that we har' on. f-f
the best equipped RIoamstrs
in the South. and thatt we
an fu,.nirh. fhis d1eipincu.'


for your suggestion." added Mr. Bmllo t- '".. .
fleld.--lttsburg Chronicle-Telegraph. beverage ta, prices that
defy competition, Ve also
When you want something to hei-l def8/y to rcmpetd ito n itt omr
a burn. or a sore, or a cut, why r ot wish to remind you that our.
try Panner Salve, which isguar-ante-d Coffees are always fresh
the most healing ointment in the from he Roaster. While
worlo. Take no substitute. W. A.
D'Alemberte. others are old and have lost
th-eir arnoma.n nur.e is fres.h.


Itnles fori Lent.
All the faithful who have cm-
pleted their twenty-first year and
who have not begun their sixtieth
year, atd who are not exempted frii m
the obligation of fasting by sickness.
haid work or other well known rea-
soni., ar#A obliged to fast on all the
davys of Lent. except Sundays.
On those days but one full lieai is
allowed, which should not be taken
bf-fore noon.
Ctiitomn allow- a cup of cotlee, tf3
or thin chocolate. aid a --mall ipie'e
of bread or acracker, to be taken i:n
the mioirninlg; and in the evening, a
collatiin. not exceeding the fourth
part o(f ini ordinary meiial, i., allowed.
At this collation, butter, cheese.
milk, ggs aud all kinds of fruit.
ti-h aind ver,-tables are allowed.
Wh'i-i the principal meal cannot
wit hoill grave iicolivellieiice he
rakeii at noi i, i t. i s p r l nissi.li)le to4
taik- tIl0e collation in tl. 4 inornii;
ai l tih' dinner in the eveinimig
A listiie-ce from the. uie ,of fle-h
is nij ,ined oni all the Wedinesday v
anid Fridav- (of Lent and oni the Sr-
urdaiy of Emil-er Week and on Holy,
Sa t ird ivy.
Tl'ie t-e of lard i; allowed itr co.k-
Fi-h and 11-h iare noit allowed at
t!i> -.iine tieal, evenli o11n Sunday'-;.
I-':.s, cheese, milk and butter iiiy
It e ii--d 'ver"- dIiy. ibut ahst in tice


and delicious.
New Orleans Grocery Co.,
JAS. MI'HUGH,
Phone 105. Proprietor.



OPERA HOUSE.


ONE, WVLEE;K!


( (.OMMENCI4<.

Tuesday, March 20.

Mati cc WidedIa, Friday, Satrday.



lalwi:-M eiviile Co

Wilter S. Bildmin Minager.

TI'fl EI l.>Y NI(;IIT.

DEVIL'SS WEEB."

lh'a fti** I y:,'-< ao" ;'i_'h f it .' iin' 4-l
t y .1 p -;- 1 .th t';h pim ;d .;-' ft t- i.,'k lt.


f'-oil all of tht-e i- reomllleid d (ill P .; F-... AS At -.
jim d Friday.
Pe-r.ons exi npted from the o1) M1>ti l.l. I0 :iild 11ii coi- -.
i;,ation of fa-til;g are not bound h-. Niht. 10i. 20 and ;i ceilt-.
the re-tirictioli of u-ing lnelat blut
oni u]-e of mlieat is pertm itted by dispo- I-
tollt i tty WEEKLY SCHEDULE
Children over seven years oif a;' AM
are bound by the law of abstinence. I FOR TEAM DIVISION
unless. excused by tickne-s or other. PENSACOLA ELECTRICTERMINAI
caused. RAILWAY COMPANY.
Trie paschal time. in which ali r o MA NY.
Catholics who have common to) the Trains leave Pensacola for the Llttle
Catholics who have bcon to te Bayuu, Palmetto Heach. Warrington, Navy
years of discretion are bound to re- Yard and Fort Barrancas at
cpive holy commlluniiion worthily. ex- a:0Ma.m.arriveatl Fort Barrancas 7:ISa.m
tends from the first Sunday of Lent il:411a.trm.arriveat Fort Barrancea l,:46a .m
till Trinity Sunday, inclusive. Chil- S:aI p. m.arriveat Fort Barranca.s 4:1.,p m
dren over seven years of age are :l5 p. m. arrive at Fort Barraneas 7:loppm
bound by the precept- of annual con- I *6;00 p m. arrive at Fort itarrancas 8:o6p.m
bound by the precept o annual con Trains leave Fort Barranca for PeDna-
fe--ilon. Pastors and parents should cola at
izee that the children comply with 7:3na. m.arriveat Pensacola...-. *:l5a.i1
this duty. 11 p. m. arrive at Pensacola ......... 11:4 p.m
The holy season of Lent is a time : fii p. in arrive at Pensacola .. 7:45 pm
of prayer, of sorrow for sin, of seclu- 1 T p. m. arriveat Pensacola......... 7:4Sp i
!-ion from the world and it- amnu.s- *:4 i p. m. arrive at Pensacola .........9:80 p. m
metts, and of generous almngiving in effect Dec. lit, 1s.
By a -pecial indult granted to the
bihors of the United States for t,-n G NDATY ICUDrD3.
years. dating from Marzh 1-), 1 O.) Leave Pensacola. Lv Fort Barraneae.
working people, who cannot easily iie.m. 10a.m.
observe the common law of the I p.m. p. m.
church, are dispen-ed from the ob- Sp.m 3p.m.
liz.:ttion of abstinence on all days cif 1p.m Ms.n
tlhe year except Friday.v. A-h p.m. p..m.
Wednp-day. Holy Week anid Christ- 6 p.m. Ip.m.
inns Eve. This dis-pon-sntion does-i, r rroR wUX PAT Y.
iot exempt from the aidditiotnal -i i. Penqacola to Fort Barrauca and return 46c
Pensacols to Navy Yard and return ..... .fc
lizration of fasting, where such ex- Pennfaoola to Palmetto Ileacb and r-turn 1ic
i-t-, nor does it auithorize- thi-i use ,f fFAX PFO suNDAr
filhi and -tie-h :tt the s;'-tiit- meal. It f: enqacola to arr. Barranoass Nary
inchlides. however, not only the indi- I ard and rtr ..............
vidul waorkrmen in whos- favor it i-Pensacola io Palmetto Beach and
g'rantevd. lut all the t iellmber- of th,.ir
fam ilie- as well In return it i- 'x N- l --,t Ift,,r.:,, o. m.
p.c'ed that thioe who avail thepin- -
-+dIve- ( I thi indtlt wil eit-avor t.> e (i vi o
ittt.-r initoi the .pirit of tile ioly sea- 11 < IN L) IX(I tI1llON
-*.1) 'f L nlit by volit,tary acts of tllo lr-
tifi,.iti(on. p-iialic<' and alit LivAi' i;g. A
Ino-,-t t i l.; <'w tlvy cll-tolil i- th;i" ofi
:i-ti a i:;i: diiri ::F Len t f't,,i -tilnu-
la. t t-. in 4 tr i th,' -Er -,ir 1 thir-t fI
1l C ivi; ,vi0,' ,i'4 r.
T'i !) w io nt r ;ii. ;i ny r-.-;'o;i:t -
t, ,,lu t'i ,hout thi-ir htl,il on,,. hli t.)


Lirp i-;ttir or' K'0f,'-44r f~ir' adv it

M.i:-.Ala Fvl): ir:.rv No;. llv.i.







smme disease without any incota-
3t~Ien4tPt)PS=5 BY ALL hRtimIfM


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PROPRIETORS OF THE OFFICE SALOON.


12'. c. $JtIKNT.


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First -National Bankl

OF PENSAOOLA. FLA.


WM. H. KNOWLES. W. A. BLOUNT. F. C. BRENT, W. K. HYKK JK
D. G. BRENT,





dlrWe draw oar own Bills of Exchanwe on Oreat Britain. lre, *;
Germany, France. Austria, Italy, Holland. Spain, Belgium. Russea -
w y. Sweden. Denmark and other Earopean countries.

AWlVepse!L Diabarsed upon the Moo; Favorable Terms. and t r :
Obligations Taken Payable as Port (of DesiAsation Ten or FifteeL i A*
sift r Vessel Arrives there

AW Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent in Connection
with which we have a Private Apartment for the Tl.
^f 0 of9fwa


Cold Weather
Coming. ... n
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i T i t'>-.t. u)pr o-i I .i -


TDOmpsoQ, O'ser 9 0:.


Telephone No. 147.


Coal and Wood.
S I.' a nll ad i trl r I i ',t r:. r "
AL.A ha I roai .it '.'t. -


THE ORIGIN'J &L-


T,. LOUIW


A. B. C.


BEER.


V.J..VIDA Sole Wholesaler.

fIllO lSi 1. BIRDIES IIIE1, lIOwiTED W1D10 ESII1

Paul Jones aii Echo Sirius Clelbrate ThIisices.
P NETRY I BOTTLE OF ClUT TOI&.
W .. PHONE 154. : : : : P. O. BOX 587
JUG & FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED
Free Delivery to Any Part of the City.
41Wg All orders left at The Offlce. VIdal at&mitb.will to-car-'.
attendd to.




WI0N IhPINrtBhl"I

W 19 HU U L TobE o 571. i
I9 H31pE LODGE. No. 2571. K


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Chinese and Japanese Monday, April16. 1900.


*--Fancy Goods,--
FTNE CHINA TEAS.
No 31t sou(lits Ial'.lt .x irtree


Liii it ~ ''1:1~~.


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DUINK LION BEEE!:


:OGOLAYz (."-


Grist and Corn Mez.1.fvIils.
16 -F.- G ONZ R zE Z Co0., Pm&

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:n ?ot)4er :Z t4h.-bty:.. tlifi..4 I-.t :,.-i..4
.'Ont TI)I,-tr .-, III.' ca .,"f iaq' ' tI4W4.
it to V~ murnl-Jnl nwhih.- :' Ld


Ea4d,,rae, I by a!! lt; -
,!inv hteer a-ll t

Geo. Pfeiffer, Agent.
PENSAC OLA.
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* THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, MARCH 20, 1900.


A LYNCHING IN ALABAMA.
Charles Hmpbrepa- beot to Death
on Sunday.
OoI wtM's. Ga. March 19. -Charlie
HmphrieSe a aegro who had attempted
to outrage a young white girl, was shot
to death by a mob yesterday.
Sturdy night Humphrles concealed
himself in the bedroom of Miss McCoy,
the 1oyear-old daaghter of Mr. Fee
McCoy. a well known farmer, who re-
aid es U miies west of Columbus. and
when the young lady went to her room
to retire he ee:zed her. bat her screams
brought assistance and the assailant
fled. A posse started out to find the
segro, who was recognized by one of
the family as Humphries.
Yese rday he was surrounded and
csptored. He contested to the deed
aed wasi O-not
LYNCHING AT MARIETTA
Joihn Illey laker IFrom l the Jail
aia t Shot.
MARIETTA. GA. March 19 John
Bailey. who was arrested last week and
loiged an ;ai charged with attempt.
ing to amsaurt Miss S e..gruve. was
taken from sj ii and saot Saturday nigit.
His wounti. are- f'a-.
Two ba. ..> rurck near the spinlt
coiumn--t,.e between the i.ronuiersauid
one about the inddide of the ibatlh-two
entered on itr tMe right shoulder bhiad',
one in ats left side, one uuder taoe ief
ear. two to the upper rignt arm and out
in the left iea.
The mob thinking 'aiiiy was dead
left him where be ;e.1 lie was after-
ward found b tro siiernid and medical
aid summoned.
Dis*l'roiuii Ijkri mMi i .
JA. -,,s. Mits. MAre.a ,. There
was a disattroni track s.i Ie on the Ili-
no:- Centr.. rti.roati. I m:le south of
*his (.t. b ,ot- uniiimntgnt lI.t nigrt,
and all trains are ielaveud several hours.
Tue acuihb,-nua ptsseuwers and freights
i nw procerd to New Orieasu over tie
Yazoo aid, Misetsiippi Val.ey road.
IPeath of Fruuik Peoler.
LACI:.-- Was.. March li. Frank
Pooler. capitalst. nlumberman and poll-
tucim of Osalaska. Wie was stricken
wth paralvyis Satuday night at Savan-
a.Ilh' s.. dting there has night. The
resaias arrived here for interment.
He was 63 years old.

Story ofr a iate.
To bo bound hand and f ot for
years by the ch tini of di-.a-e i- t'ia-
wort form of -tav,-rv. (0 ore-* [.
Willianms. of Manche!;t--:er. Mic,..
t.-:h, how such a -l;v.a wa- InId-
free. He .,ays: ''My wife t'-- Ia-vti,
so helpless for fivr yva.ir- that t,.e
could not turn (ov-r in lbt-d alo,1s
After u-ing two b,:'l- ..-..f El--chrI-
llitte-r-. -., i idl-tuiiily Inmpr ved
;tnd able toa d* Lit oiw: w<,i k." '1 li-
,upretilem r-.intdy for f.-nii l- jdis -a-t--
quicklv cur.-at n-rv -t-a --. -i.-*-: I'-e--
tet--.. In-laii.'li"liy. .ad:sa' .-. baak-
ache. faintii.r a;tind d J y ,.Y 1'-P 'i'! :-
miniracle wolrki iu '-tll l:. a; -,o,-
-etnd t-. w e.lk. -ikly. ri:, l..w :, ; ....
1 -. ltiv-ry '. y:ttl (- ..;i-t l '.i-,- (lily
.if c' int-. S.1hi lby W\\. A. D'Al 1ii



Sh -- 1>) w *. l .iro.
I.,iKMGAM.E- Al:a. 'Ij -- A, .-
spet-ai to Thbe New, ir.-i Merid:an,
Mis., says that lHo ard Cail:epper. a
prominent roung farmer. residing near
Toomsubak, was shot an-i killii iast
night by an unkno-A negro, uom be
had gone to arrest.
Ug I tr n' t prttvllla-.
Putay-VnII.IJt, Aia. March 19.-Pratt-
-tile wa practical destroyed by lire
atn morning. 19 stores beiag burned.

Rkv. Jh ri Rid.J iJ..of Mant.. r'.'tteiiliir-ii'dl" t Eli'r. (A'raem
Balirim to in. catan pntti:i-iz, his
statement. "'It I- a pm-ritv. a'rti for
caturrh if ol.ed -.- dir-crted.."-ftlv.
Francin t P,,,e. Pa-tr r 'eritral
Pr... Church. lelelia. M..nr
After uh;r.g Elyy'x ('r.-uli- B,:Inn "ix
weeks I ta-li v- i]\- -If fiurs.d .*f ca-
tarrh. Jo-a-pli ?Stewart. ( Randd Ave..
Buffal. N. V.
The Balm doae' rolt irrirate ar c:lul*
antiea itar. Jai,,l by 'irulkri-t- at I.
a-t.. or flailed by Ely- $rither-. 51;
Warren St New York.
V. M. II. I.
The regular seeuni-monthly imeet-
ing of the Y,,unig Ma-n's Busint--
league will h,- hili Tue-day t-vtn-
ug. March I"i. at b o'clock.


Fre've- Vaevination
OnTu,,day-. Thur-days and Sat-
urdays. from 12 ni. to 3: p. in.. p|ron-
will be vaccinated free- of cLarg at
the office of the Statr- Hoird ofa
Health otf Florida. No i. \VW t Int'i-
dencia tre-*t. Pti% !ici ti,- iof ti- <(it%
haiv' kindly coin-enitd tl ps-rforal,
the service at the hour- iam-d.
Nw. K. H %vt.

Bartholotiniy Bt-er onl I)rau.zht at
Eugene Arbati'-s.

Three Large Stores
Full of FI'RNIT IIE. TFh. fin..-
line of W alnitt l-dlro.l, tlii ult.- ** *--
;howti in PPi'uacobl PrPtty. neatly-
finiihod Il*,, ";ak I ,droi-n if it -' :ia
all priceii. -ittan anid Co'. tbl-r Sa it
Rockei-. bi r and little. tiheap ; d;,
ltigh. look at then.
4. M PN IY .t .'
Il.lrg;ain l'ut: hin!git; H, ,--.

.Vothinso .,sets o/l a homiwe
as han rsorne furniture.
MIfarston .5 Finch hare an
imntu nse stock for ./ou to se-
lect from and the'/ wi'ill sell
it to you on lon g time (ni
CaS!l pa/,ym en Xs.
G.'ld Metal- to Ht AI-lEB' w!,i-key
at Ni-w (ir'-*it,s.- \V,'.i,1- air C('i-
eagro Try it. 'oill wi 1 -'.,.:-" t0.e
Judge's v-rdiL .
SOLD BY


SOAP
For Sanative Uses.
ITS remarkable. ernu,:1;,.nt. t'anin'.tg. nn.I
pntvz.. ;ro .'rt~v-, tic
.i..e-i fp-m aSI 11: Iti, 0,0


u_(err .1 i4. -,*- lx'1 In

t "n o I !1C% i 4414 ti. n a r fr I,..
to mathf; Th' ix-e 1r 4 IfHen- i ve 1 i -1 t
ti~e sC-v;n the it m
Soldt~o it ? txe wnd oTT '1111C "V



"ix) -- ) W0. .- 1 ,, Milt 4bI
to *; o thei T e u- of .% 4$intll-

thex -wver.er va-: a. A:
god thctbu t,?n O21 N

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Nor Pa xarc. .:a-I-, LoS i, to H
V1tL-norstil:rti. F4. B. U!tato Baars, eLau

NU- BaOl-a bu,4 Durchman. to Mrd 1,
WItt CognatI,,, 'at olt foac
Nor4Par~t'riiarc '.)$. Msalverrsefl.to ordi
It rueu n. I 1. ICanir.!a. to BirDun-r
v6w.d lhawr a:.l (,o1.toard'
Not er Kiosir-a Wv, A n~.to aorde.r
It o" 1nxj, ''i.'.i -.'. jq.. fie P 121 ordnr
Nor (oveos. '>. -%. tot W oKbrder
Nort' '.n. Aiir-on. t)od hr od

o'r I nd~. 'X J:b~ to 4.yulf .6~
1,tor -Cop
It Lu'..a F 1. ';. 1at'a-'i. to NVMl{'- r
Nor %i..r~vA; J .' uson'. t- ,Ba~ro..
%or No'-r st. 1, 3~;i'..ok*e n. I l'. -:w4(4la
No,! N''raa'. 'i.i-.r ~.,. o~.MKeyv-
Nor (h'wf. : '1%.. O rJ
No~r Ierfvcat. i. Lax *-Ll. to W S Ktoyf-r

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lot '' Iei' .A 2tirt-I -r
PIi 141, ri 1. :,-It.% jig. to' J h:. A %I#-!
r it
'TF. CLEAKIL) A,%D Z~AILKD eJR PQ kEN-
SAt I1 LA


L Us. u "7 a- idHnh r 't1
MIarcella. I.h Harnrtilrg NOW.'
Il Ria. Ku'.. 4( md P. I tle- %,k:
st-I1% H. It ..S!at l.aPilat. No% 1
Vftluta. %*-r. -'i 11t-i l %401I'"

Na'r'''u- 'Ae,iku#-- or pilpitat'i-ii
rof tha hi;-art tudieatte- di-oird#-'r a.
the' satnniaot: and di~z.-.tion. PI"HwK i.
ASH BuI-i R1- I- a wonolidaful rompiied
ill !-tIleh .~e.It &taie- -r'sts
ens~ azd ra-gulata-- tho !-toinach. live~r
m ii. 14 wt im.r-. T vt-t't' the C ii .-f
.Iie' ht'.rt -51't4-,:wd bilid- tip :a
-t roti,: ~ anld V r t-b i-dy. S 1d hby
HI tuimah fra
MA: '-'.j y- at Etuz. lno Arh''iia'-
S kVAL SVOI'OJisMAIKKUT
Inepuirted D~aily foir The Nt-wais t,






h4 ;I: t- l 4 !**V -. I-


', ji tX t 10 at ()

Fro'..Briiilurnitureat llPices-.




Elegdant bedt room sets. oi-1
cheap ones. whichever you


Spring Line of Up-to-Date


COHEN,


FRIEDMAN & CO'8


PERSONALITIES.
Grant in a note once regretted his In-
ability to be a *paulbearer."
Thomas Darragl of G;ranite Mloun-
tain. Tex., clahns to lie the oldest Re-
publierin voter living. Il~e is 5S years
of age.
wi'lter Uaionsclsiald 1-, 44 f lie few
nvnIII toIII sr 4af jd i ia liia men t aallrdga'etol
a'n. Pus:iis to it:11.ialls 1n !4- 111writ it -n I.I v, s
Olf t,,elnutia2IlUa441(at" cioiciS xisill Iiid rs of

P~r'-.:.lt t T.nuliiut (f Era ia'a'sa '- that


'' s4Whbq!1 lis''niy VIJ. ond;1



4.4.db :l 4.. 4)0124' )I11 $St. I zo i a 11 [is
1251 th4 ~a'~ui'-1w.~1 awl rhi1 b





tlit 1--t i .jl~ l t-Vit'17't14''. I





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I] ri ilimto i


A!..I A\ if..1fit'iOw


II n- : i,tlaFhi\vKutz .is a lIn%-N4arIli~v
n~~1~~'. lol'm Is:'~ i N4.1\ k1all'nilik-al
wa4. itl Sill Sl ii )II# 121,514'S-2' ~r4ij?..-t5 I'l
1JS 411stria't ill Northi C':r(-i:.:l A :.4aail,
a 'tlier irojl'i'ts NIr. K-Aut Zitais iltara-steti
Iin tileacotton indust y :i.1lid wanufae-
ture.
General .Ioubert, toy way of ciwing n
hjumorist. comiplaiins tlhat thi' EnglIish
('ounitIrtxiandetd an order to attack his
traa)Ia-4 without notifyin-- him, and
thereby dlepriveod LInj of a whole
night's steel).
When Hintlin (Ca:'land ra':,chtd New
Yo~rk with his bride an1d(1rv'ziste'rod at
a iotefl, lie wrote '"llnnslin Garland"
on ona' line (of the I pitIarid 'Zilinie
Ta ftcI arlaad'' onthe h 'it4'14 owiW t. This-,
!.e ex4'sairii l tto a rolo'i-.1ter. w4.as 143P
a %-()i (I4'olice'llhz1114. lei4!ieiit~ty ofif is
4.4 v.1,4) i~h -. a Is tiil)to~r.
sa'niator 'lillittiliiii~iala li..' riJputationl
ill lii't-So'lvit:IS 'Ill an .Xtq'liii.rv s,.t~-Lo-.
lland ho.' Ax oli.idvrfa'll t too 'lao 4 of (t'li
lv- ill'.' 51' ooagrcs. L.1at-ly. a iti-i W.lit'-
ha4.t'*s i :s a' 101V, sN5't'1 .Il.:aiSInd:.a't 1tihi
iuo-t'tlie ai.4~lwys onra'fiffly la1'a'1:res Lis
;i.al Iifaori'mfhiand tl(and cooinits It to


WOMEN'S WAYS.
A wi~mi .ali(-1)4414' infilenco-d by 4u.bat
41: ;1*i..-' Novs.
.ta W r is :-.n:xnut i i.aIn .n
II rijili'l t1 I le ousc 4.'itli Ia aigira sl'itth re-
(Ei%,t'.-l nd auna pis Jo. aurnal.
A B ti i.ii. pn 1151h 152 suE-alfor ,Idi-
V(A"'c 'V'll a11tile 'rollIAI'.1Ul at l''her 11sb'JAI'
vi' 1d :m't tail-k. Saiu t' 4.4.oiliiiai 114.41 ii '4
e,1 Iqrq-cijtt- thie'ir-blessings.-
Misuinimark'eIWon Nerve.
'%Naq tile res-ult of hk splendid


* 0 0


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.
*00*

Our Stock is iimiiense!

( ',:i;i, -t;77 / a'il [ru;J:i< ,llj>\\,il' / /7"*"


ii A big line of Ladies
Slippers just


, In Men's, Ladies' and
we are the I


,' NMillinf


;tir-,'n A}


1 The finest and mos
Carpets, Mattings, C
Shades, Etc.


*: You are Corlially I ited to Vi il C


^ We are Invincibles
This makes ou

Mail Order- Priomptly Attende
Trade Di-count of 5 on .ill Ca



|COHEN, FRT.IE


' and Chili
received.


Misses' Foo
Leaders.


ery, -

/ ('//liii}Jui




it complete
urtains, Wi



Cur mamntt Esta


in Low P
tr Success.

Rd to.
i-t Pur.e:.:s -


dren's



twear





almost ost




line of '^
window



blisimn t A.


rices t

fra

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)MAN&CO. A


-- LUMBER, LATHS,

SAWED CYPRESS SING LEM--Klil-Dricd Saps
.. TI .J W PENSACO(LA. FLA.



T TB: ImWS' WAmT COLUMNa


*F. E. BRAW


NER'S*-


W. B. WRIGHT COTflPANY,


Dress Goods,


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


2.-ineli Zophyr (;ini ims, our
price ............ ..... ....... 12 .C
:a,-incl Spring' Percale", our
p riK-l .................... ...... .4*
:;'1-inch V'ery She-r White Lawn.
o* r i r 'e *...................... :** c
27-.eli (C'l.eck Nainsook. our
v : l t' ........ ..................... .... i
S-I;cii Wi.It ;and Colorfd
Plqi4u'. our ;ih.i ... ........... Ic
:i'ii \VWi ti:t -Crded Piiti aiur
I 1 *C .. .... ... .... .... ......... 1.','
'^-iicL Solid atnl \Vhito Duck.
il.r ; rl -e .... .... ... .... .... ... 1"
1 Yar.l-WVid, S.-a Ilaind '..ttotn
ni ............................ .


Calicoes


- --


Domestics


AT THE OLD PRICE.


No Advance:


Remember the Place,


I 'lard- Yei-i- Iitv; vili'ls, :~~I

i-& c d,' ibtt.v Clmz...L:i.


J li-t rt-c- j i'', I I '- i, It S'#%- i r




:1.r I.1

-4tr..w I-fat" til:t! 'u 1,, r-
rohi- N'-w Sp2rsix., Matt::-.~1-


S 105 S. Palafox Street,


lp- r"Vl1c lu-~


I 8~fOI4L POTICLES.

OP' OWT 4 wolf 0



E NIY TO) D'~
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1iA 40 t11 ii:~

wel of wm 'r t i or
It-im.~- !!t a: k. t


F" J .N 1 rAl5' O t 1 4 t


r-iad tI I t. 11411'.
Lm nd rm n 4is, a,: 1 4 4At
rovild. o4, t -44, ;. .
farm i, r % 01)11rS'it. :
I) K. Will .~:a,.

M1 1A W.Y.-.A 6iasv1......


''It i4$A1.1.-A haw Iimir.k
Of, lltaerlor Varket.
F"(0-0, F PR I IA TC H INa.G *
L..ar orders at Parlor M)Ia'i..

*old o'n ..aay terms., and ata '..
C. WAILOOD & COw.


MIr., 2O2Mouth Pslafox atr"...t


~ axs t~d WArb'lr't]sFr'.91.

Ni,. T ailtoc e otnmr !a.m .'- -
ti, ". M-i.


N ,


',If "i l --% t1!lift- r Jr s .a
W.' IIIt r 401 li~'~s j*a
UANTEI)-AII klnds of Pm':Y
whisky bottles. i. A. ka~aL,.A2

oVar Br1os. crbsss


111MM JL1*I5' 'll I PIA 'I j',rtixc,t
sYlaid SKind-oatrivatao2 -no
ite4 fifT 24 1 .'1 Ii n top 'V.. 45- f~lne iw
n.-r -if Palnftft, and .Ja.'i,..Ik% -,
trAnrvt ',g.JaCkaoD.Trm 'a,

ALE .4.AND FE5'MAlIJ t'
tif clmrria'('b-eand C...i-.i I'Y, .
par.-- for -41-"il...a or T P4...




p t V~:(ipi vinNUig11h-t :'-x I -r
Mi*V It1' or-nI.4)_ibE%4#.
('I I*..1A I It a' '. Sirs,


and deexorv in 5Hair 4,iiat .. l.rt
Ari'lo.'Hair'Oi-t ot)lor3:.,v.W. k,.%~ i
P t lt (s(()t.


WIREIl-N'I(
Ff~r tOw next %#I day,' A. .J
k in11-4 will eir(J.-r cr.Tiarimn t-rt;
bfecinse at ,much low pr'iv- I' A
.'Irprkimevev.rybody. Y-in -,I-:
any kind, trom 2 ~ft.'+ t t4 If- ,
or you cans get the beilt aend a0.'-
mirn fencing osf all kmrdI. VI,
you do-tire fencing oft iriv kir : 1
leaviltyviur ordar at Win%'mJo4 A
Son'd5 for m+,-arid %aiu jwis:
money and Ket fir-t-cla--'t
tteed w, rk. A. J. %VA 1,I Is I
l~tisIlini.

IDon,'t buy anytitin .' '
furniture or house fuirni
ings until you hvurc .
Ike riston 4. Finch.'s s/'
Their prices are lowj.;/hr
stock- is complete, and /
will sell yout what youi
on lon 6 time.
T1ry Tif I,; 'j wt, l4) cantA a vv


N rVi.'T E It t. h -,.
'adi.. r d'-rmta b'>.
.1I it 'isMW1 1


-W Io f ald14. -
1 1,14%-

Sift-a,.


N 'E I I HF.. K
nh,r ooI,' .'
W.'djIin 4a i,.
by tie cro-W of ba.
Tv o(rS,- .


iWE H HAVE.JUST RECEIVE) OURM*


YOURS FOR BARGAINS FROM NOW ON,


L n! -


rI9 A C


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0 a RRCIET STORE.


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