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DAILY


NEWS.


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 21, 1900.


VOL. 30.


NO. 40.


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


BRITISH PLAN TO


OCCUPY TRANSVAAL


i.cements Held Out to Peo-

ple to Settle There.


jI OPTING OFFERS MADE

\ liet (G;ea 24 Acr- of Land to
I.-.i.ian l' n c Year--Ag-nti of All
hi t'oio.iles Arc l'-udiog. I I eir All
the P ,'it.
L( .M,,. March .'J. I is learned
a t. ig,.G atfr', 'i y (thit a Tarl of the
-.au ,.an : r t.;e- "cuaton cif South
S t! nU v ap;"ar-u in tle announce-
:.at all the liritlmh officials now
N* v 1. make every eort tor ladu'e
-t-vilts. toe time exr:rcd nl.n,
jntees and the co on:als from
Sto setie t e i-e a 'f-n as the war
by iv.ug :th'em 2.4 a-res of
ict. p.rouvied tvip% wil occup-,
Si !, r tou years.
ajenG's of a.. the co oies and the
.e of P..brhdesa a:id ihe ritish
'rin a company are leading a-d

; that the irt-n who do nt%
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to Continue Fight.
1'ICI.T401CIA. Marcti 21.-A diip~ateh
from Iiroonitadt. dasted NMardi 1%.
-;av-l tLo- Pretoria cownmander!- there
:are- wr arand fepirit, arnd ready fi)rthi-'
I'.ritio-h dvajie'e. Kruger ad d te-yzi
Al r.-P a v.i~t camp meeting to)-

to, th# btirghers to mailntain a vii
tmht fizrlt for fret-doin and told tht-it
t at it vva- certain tiatt the ultinwte-~
re-tilt w(uld be that the Boer rvp-it-
tice w-ould retain th.ir jndet-t;~,-
de:,e-. dpite the temporaryffi-iti-!,
Iltt j;),II iom of BHi's-nifou telii.
Is --yn c fotIc wed iin a : rtona -pes-h -I
all I I thltie btairilt e t trit t lii.- fr-I
-att-wia- far from cotiquered te--
CadU-.- tIi'-- utitail had [f- 14.I(lecCip4it'

:-r; ;t tstihe, Eit.al x I li:'I df-i-

t.% I" iwiii! inIII .pe-tA+l-n t at~ate,. t he.rv-
f-wre- tI~e-re wa- nott~izi foer them to
St% ; im(I thbe fl&"= I- 1i lbb-t ~.
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BILL FOR PACIFIC GERMANY TO THE RESCUE.
Her Troops Scndl R.-edy t,, Protect
ABLE IN erNATtE a'a" i'"a ''nrl In China.
CABLE IN SENATE WASHINOT-)., March .-It is devl-
oped that Germany stands ready with
Is Presented by Committee on troop to project American missionaries
in shan Tu'ng province. It was further
Naval Affairs. ascertained that, the Eerliu govern.
-. eut, to the gra.itication of the Unised
States, recentiv dis)atcoed an expedi.
THREE MILLION DOLL TARS tionar force rom Kiao Caoon to Ichou
Fu for tor protection of Americanu m1le-
sionarie..
is Alp-lpr.atedt by tli Bill For the 'iis torce suppressed the rioters at
Wol k, and dtorther surveys Ara ichcu Fu, arrested the rang leader,.
Author s;d to l ettrrt.e. 3100t ,who lave been punished, and taught
the anti-fortign leaders a saulaary le*
I'r.a tical ouri'U .. on.
WVASIIINGTO., March 20 -The @nate rte fact that Germany dispAtched
Mac troops to !chou Fu to protect American
committee on naval affairs have apweed mtistonarie.t has never hitherto been
ti report favo-ably the bill for a Pacific published. The offer of Germany to
cabl-t w;::h Sanator HaLo w.. aurhor- send a force to the province was read
ize todraft; at& te last session of the with pleasure by the authorities, who
zel te rat ie last sio of tie do not conAtemplate any designs wha:-
j'uLitite4., and the report 4as pre- ever on Chinese territory and who are
i.tteij to ti- senate Tae cabie. as re- consequently very glad to assent to the
portei. wi.l itun civ toi Hooiioul. The German prcpoeal.
rt .:','ion n,1 rue bti; rea- ai tlows: Minister We Tang Faug. the diplo-
matic representative of Cainma here. is
**Lrua a cable be elrabi.shid to here- inchulined to look on the reports as exag-
after comtumnucata ba:ween tue United grated.
tc.ntes ani Iilppine islands aud Japan INJURED WIFP'S REVENGE.
i .dler ;tie wayaers ot tho Pacitic ocean
and mi-cro snaii Le c ustrucCed, under .hb, Shot *h- U'Wuiamn All*.ga.d to,
tLe mu-crviu-a of in- secretary of the llV nv Wrionzr0- II -r.
ni.v.y, a i trin te.legrar)li cable or Cimit too, Mirch JO. Miis Annie
<-.i) ano o .:i'.t.t ag 'iu lali lines from Sr,-ter. c a.hier in a restturan: at ILu
i;il city -t; )lu 'ir-a ;i;sco to toe c.ty of
Hor.!u u ov .r tuen reutae as may be t oiy--'-.ul tr.et, Wue shot andi i-
ue*i i-.-i '. t ("ta tiai- v ;i.e I e.,.riy taiis inoraing by a
ie, t.l i ,ti <. i .: 1. i- a ,'ro riAted .-.. ,;i,.-'..j i, 1:. .tvt;y v -.led w jimluii:
:,.r 'llt n: ;i ,r .' U ', 'i rs ;:' it. i.' .': c'>n to ln !r i.rk
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AWAITING NEWS


FROM MAFEKING


Kitchener Entered Preiska

Without Opposition.


PENDING DEVELOPMENTS

Generals Roberts ant iiuiir Are Still
liiactive-Lritish View tf KR prted
litlrveentioi of le-rmalny, With the
Aiq:It l''ram'- f .AeAmlricl.
L'\;)a~, March 2 -For all tho news
that retc-uod nere yesterday and today,
Great Britrain m:ght as well bu at peace.
It ii ra'o-!ita e to believe that the rui-
lesf If Mafeatiun may be hea : of at
any i.jur.
(C'ueral Kitchener has entered Pri-
eska, Cap)e i'oloniy. without opposition.
tht lin;urge*nts layti:lg down tueir arms,
w!.c:. n:uir ,:y -Itrions tilr provirus re-
pojr) j: their wili cgnuess to subinit..
G ,"r.t;s Ro.,erts aind Baulier are still
naci;, o. :tvU.ing develoPiuet:s at the
tLc tIl'r ti : a' r ,.
Luns;d :aaL;j Interost iS "tt.achod to
the iat -o( .Ionmruntszurg.
-t (iu:n'!; i i. n upoi tue reported con-
sn1' :i :-'t n S.'r 't.ry Hay l and
ih"i f,'r:'i.icn a ijisiid : ; \e: i'Wing-
r.:, I '. ti it. e e nii, ai to a troposi-
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W. J. BRYAN IS THEIR CHOICE.
H o Is ladoreed by hebD moe-rate
of N-braka.
LiXCOLW., Neb. March 20.-Hoi W.
J. Bryan has announced the platform
which he considers best for the Demo-
cratic party, especially upon which be
desires to stand if nominated as the
Kansas City convention. Tne platform
which was adopted by the Nebraska
Democracy. with the greatest enthmis
aim, reaffirms the Ch:'-a0o platform.
declares for "it; to 1," opposes a laro
standing army. denounces the action of
the Republican party on the Puert
lican tariff bill. declares against trust#
and "iumpertaliim" and favors the
choice of United :States senators by
popular vote. Thi platform is prao-
tically the creation ot Mr. Bryan. Be.
did not write it prsonally. but he was
consulted concerning it and before it
was read ti the conveut:ou he had ap-
pioved it througnont
Thoe committee on resolutions pre-
sented the foilowiag report. which was
adopted amid great eniinau'l.im:;
"We, the Dlmocrats of Nebraka,. in
convention ass.!ribled, co hereby re-
affirm anI endorse, in whole and in
parr, in letter and spirit. teu platform
adopted by the D iumcrartc ua:sonal
convention helI in Chicags !U lbti
"We are in flavor oft te inmiuediatt
conasrutioni and fortifi'ation of sne
Nica.ragoain cauai by the United State..
"W' tie igelre oirsyeies to wage an on-
ceasing wartaro against all ltti trauts-
tol-, uiuney trnu-tA. tine indusir..ai trnus
an t i iitthe r .t :'_: i .t auci gratibing
tra ct.
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i,,ty Foule In MlIl P'onid.
.Al. Ala. rMarch 20 -The dead
f Mrs. E.a Hodges, a white
n .in living south of here. was founa
r inr Ta phlig's mail pond. Her
'r .,- t;u law. Frank Lslesotn. and a
i.*r name Heary Thomae are mow i
S' ipetika. asccued of the crime of
: .,'ering ie womau.

enthi ot 3rg. Br"mle0t.
e s..m, S C., March 20-Mr.a IA-
C.m e' BramleLt, wife of James H
I!rAi. t-t. died near Mouat Bethel. this
Cutr- Mrs. Bramlett was also the
* .wv ,a tptain William L. Wood, a
.a .an"' < .dier of two wars. who died
* -: : years ago-


-,lTlTr "rillman *** .1k-i lrl.
- .-In\,ToM. March 20. Senator
t: .*' South Carolina denies that
i K. citedd an invitation to talk dis-
Sr the people of Alabama. or
n.-, 'ts to take any hand what.
Ss. n:; enatorial tight in that state.

S t.l In %.u,,h Africa.
;',:- Mareh i0--A letter
-. : red irom Cape Town.
\ r wr';ten by Ge;nera. Vil-
\ h; e, -hi indi'-ted quarter-
V.*- ichigln Natonai guards,.
air. r d last Decomber.
., l.lli,.g t N.w herry.
C. S C. March 20.-Louisa
A .+ iay.cng with two other
'*i; v -.'.: and killed lioe1
.. "' IT ,v .T L W il'i.irn
': :e-ian church. BJOh

:; H' i. 1. I, Mille-r.
S C.. March 20 -Hon.
'd,.er. :nae dntinguibehei
1i.. 'ltny of Mr Mli
aid been copiel *n lead-
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l 'cOimN. March 21.-A relief col-
iiiii irom the north and another
from the south are rnpidlv drawinti
near Mafeking. The relief of the
towu iz i i believed cannot long be
diiai ed.

Cotton Quotation*.
N .;w YORK, March 21.-Cottoni
bahij t'-ay we-re: March ,nd 4rril.
.9 43; May. 9 42; June ar.d July, 9.3.;;
August. 9.21; teptminber, 8 h .

Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup cures the most
-i! ,exrca seualih .., oli'oll amid Ilung al,'r *ff oil-.
..v-l n Iiie-lt-nt -conuinUiiptlull bls t)<-.'n :.' -
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5"" ;T i.-r- I :n1 obtiInt relieft after a few th>)


CAROLINA'S DEVELOPMENT.
c'retatey oi( Stat. lesues (Chrterr 1ei
lhour New ludu-tries.
C-: ~ri t, S. C.. March '0 -The sec-
re.'arv of btate h-ae iosne'J a co miss1icl;
to ;he tGreer's ltili of Greer's, whic!i i.
capitalized at 43.t'l't. wita the privi.
ieCe <.f increasing to $idj,Oio".
Tn' l -*aumont m:.ls of Snartanbu;-g
ixve tied the otheial uonice ao tie I.-
crease of the capital stock of the mill
tr.'m *tu .O0oi to 1. i0,004)
A commiLiIonI has been issued to the
Guarantee Bai.ding and Lean associa
tion of Anderton. The capital is to be
(i00,00U..
A carter has been granted the 1F.
delity Building and Lian association of
Anderson., captaliizd at $:23.0o). of
wl:ch George W. Evans is president.
1" .b iIt lo Posst fle- Robbed.
TAi.BTT'Ns, Ga. March 20 The
pcstoffice safe was blown open and
rifled of about $70J in moaey and
stamps There is no clew to the rob-


REPORTED TO THE HOUSE.
('"oi.anitlcf l'vors NatiluUa ll rrk on
H*lmeurs V~'irglnta HattI -ft Ide.
WaSHIn Too. March 0.--Ripresenta-
tive Hay o: Virginia ha. flied the re-
port of the house committee on mili.
tary affaire on the bill establishing a
national field memorial park of 6.000
acres on the aites of the battles of Fred.
nsckoborg. CnanoelLorsvalie. The Wil.
dernes* and Spottsylvazia Courshoona
lbhe report ataIeI that m-ire men were
bire engaged than in any hattie in the
word's h'ittoy. aggregating at least
W60.000. with luIses in ktiled and
wounded en both sides amounuug so
i?,;;. T'niae enmtrenchmsuts over the
fields are said to be in a remarkable
qtate ot preservation. At Frelericks.
burg, also. as the home of the motherotf
Washington. still intact, and a moun.
went erected by the Daughters of the
American Revolution. Here, too, Cap.
tain John nmith anenored his little
bark and fought the Indians in ]ijO,.
and within sight of the city were born
Washington. Monroe, Jefferson, Madi-
son, the I sS, of both the revolution
and the civil wars. and Zsch Taylor.
The report adds that in Virginia the
great war began and ended. There is
not an acre of soil where more men
fell on any other battlefields of
the war.


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NC FJ.-DET FA':E3 IN; D.TROIT
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1. i; ,:-i M ir'h .--Juijfe Sv.an, in
., -i ln.'-i States ':rln' (' cour; today,
re:.ir,:;.i a decision: w;;iib denes the
valu'iity of an ordinance paasei some
motih ago iby the city council requ:r-
ung the street railway companies to re-
duoe rates of fare to 3 oents, the court
says mere is nothing in the charter of
the city which authorizes such an ordi-
d sce and allows an injunction to re-
strain the city from enforcing it.

DECLARES WAR ON VICE.
tv. Arthur Crane of Charleston
Starts a Crusade.
CHAitILSTO5, March 20.-The Rev.
Arthur Orane of the First Baptist
church has started a crusade against
vice in this city.
In company with members of his
church, he will visit all she dens, blind
tigers and Ti!le report in the city. after
which he announoes that he will preach
a series of sermons to men only.
tluckly t**i* T'.- Y-ars.
COLUMBIA, S. 0.. March 20 -The su-
preme court, in refusing to grant a new
trial and affirming the decision of the
lower court in the cam of the state
against John K. Stuckey. sends that
meobhant of Spartanburg so toe peal.
tentiary for ten years. His trial oc-
currel nearly a year ago. Stuckey
hii.ed John Sevier. who had beeu in
a i employ. The prominence of the
lefeudaut brou2h: a recommendation
At mercy trom the jury.

TO CURE A COLD, IN ONE DAY
rak.' I.xative Bromo Quinin* Table--. AI;
Iruiiigoats r.fuund thb money if it freli t
*ur< E. W tirov..'s 41ltiatuit- is i n acth
ox. 2.)c.

Don't Pay $40 and $50
for SEWIN. MACHINES wlen you
can buy the best make with all thc
lite it-provempnts at O. M. Pryor',-
IItrirain Furniture Hrou-e, foar from
FlJ to~$3. Our household furniture
ie equally as ci.heap. Call and seee
the big stock.


The best 5 cent Cigar

on the market is the

DURHAM. Try them at

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we ,A r i i .1 *i ,r ; -i:iia';i"y a i t ip-'ar- lu .s -";. i liinarl' from
fr n-i '.: ". ruva l is w inLr. .alra: ". i .- nL d wil Ibe tdai C bact
ti, ai .' ;it ;t-a y rim'. tu we wallt toi that pi ,-'e
nuo i re' r tcotv.'ritioniS (O 'y aiou'-e .'obb .1tan0 inti tjtrpnii fual of
Sin ,i .ie'nc.' ii p ssii'l 'Vi>' do nit wonudi raud buisqs. wv.hich lie said
w;.:t ritore ter.'ery. but a'n eont- nr t a h ad received at (irn iadai. He
wvi:n ou' present tro:l'ior, ii we are per said he was run c.at or Grenada be-
mitt- I to lIve pj.ciju'.iy. Tais is a ii c'inse li? had offered to furnish the so-
we ak." thorities with evidence to convict the
r r.t Arous t. blind tigers and gamblers.
oer l hr-t Aromu rt..Cobb arrived as Mewphis with so
I.ohso.%. March t. ---In the house of other evidence to back up his wild story
commons the parliamentary secretary than the battered condition of his pbye.
cf the war offie", George Wyndham, ogomy. Havaig no money, no friends
f t and no place to go, he was locked up ea
said the city secretary of state for the his own request After being in eaw
colonies. Mr. Joseph Chamberlain, wa finement for some time. be concluded
'about to issue a proclamation on the that his formeronflnemontwas, ipe-r
s subjeot of tsh alleged threats of the able and to!d the turkey that he w-a
Boers to destroy JohanaeabUrg and as an escaped lunatic from LaGrange, Ou.
to what the Boors may Zxpoct in the The police ast once communicated wh
event of wanton destruoaon of British the Georgia authorities and received am
property. answer confirming the story of Onbb.
Bore R-treatlhs Northward. He will be seat back to LaGrange.
OAPB TowN. March 20.-The Boors RI-4T OFp AI,
have blown up the bridges north of To cleai se the syitein in a gentfle
Bloemfontein, including those at Win- arid truly bhneficial manner, when
burg and Knoustadt and are now re- the Springtime comes, use the true-
treating to the north. itid perfect remedy, 'Syrup of Flua.
Buy the g, nuine. Manufactured by
Hoers Destroy a Bridge. the C (liforila FIig Syrup Co. onlv.
B.OEMPONTE.N, March 20.-The Booersari for sale by all drugg:.st-, at 60
#,_ent# per bottle.
have blown up the railroad bridge over ..
Modder river. 14 miles north of here. spring Ut.leIg 31eet.
The law courts reopened today. NAgHVIr.L. March 20 Following
TO REMAIN IN WASHINGTON. the Montgomery park 20 days' meetalh
or onHomeCnmberland Park c.ub of Nashville
Setor Ba.ron onve Notr nert Homn wilt inaugurate a seven days' spring
to .Make Cnv or i -El-.to. season under the aupices of a new a-
WASHIsO.S. March 20). Senator sociation. secretaryy Ross has worked
Bacon wi.l not go to Georaia and make hard to re establish racing on the same
an active cauvass for re-election. He basis as it was conducted in the eold
days of the West Side park and she
wiil remain in Washington throughout bloca horse association of years ago.
the present session of congress. regard-
ing it his duty to his state and his party We are Sole Aireitts For
that he should not to absent from his
post during this session Ka r Allunti'*. h-. M. y.
-nator Bacon is expected by his ,.-ld. tl evlan- I ll Paper
party associates to be in constant at.- ( P'1 1, P I ,- Aer En40 ino.
tendance upon the senate's sessions ., .itla I J. K R --;'-2. < .. !- t
during these days when every leglia. palf- .
tive step bas a bearing on the great o-
;iticai struggle or tbis fall. Tbere ia not Your Credit is Good
Sdlay wioen tm Geurgian doe.. not tud l-Fr ;vti:ng ; oiUl-j.. \We harv
:.in qo'f compelled to take an active I.:r.- a .,. rig i- ot,,f 'u,,- e have
nrt in the debate or in consultation. :r -. "i'- t t- pid B'edroow
,harpug the action of the party, ani tne S1ite-^ ',n -'d.t nmt arat 1d uoop.
work of congress from now on is ex- ,..o1. PRYf4 R'Up
pelcted to be particu;ariy aim.ortat. Brain F'urnitur lHoe.

Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup will cure throat HAM Cigars
er. in!t'uf:.za and a ld---ste-t l cougnoh r ,ual. For sale
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2 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21, 1900.
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HANNAH BROS.. Spc-cial Agents'


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Fuel Gas




Alphabet!


wa-an ANCIENT whto ui-ed
to burn wod)l.
i- for HILLS that L.e paid
wlhen lie could.
was tl,.- ( ().A L that Ipe after-
wards b ughlt.
ii the DIRT anti l)t'"T that it
brought.
i. the EVIL the e things
brought to pu -.
was his- FOLLY LI nII t u-,it ;:
ga-.
i- the (.S (; re.,r ut'-ed in lIi-
,--t ,)V V+.


H :rI';the E jT ift.joy gi

uei- th-IND1)1AN: wIi'n'
U ti (As.


CUBANS LACK CONFIDENCE.
Believe the Rec *aly nluguzurated Re.
form Ar For 'oll leal Eff-ct.
IIH ANA. March 2') -Enrique Collazc
'avs that Secreiary Ro):'s vi.it and ut-
teranco will undoubtedly create a good
irupression throughout the country.
"Although Mr. Root said nothing
new." Senor Coliazo remarked, *'h.s if
almost certain to be the case. The
change of policy from General Brocke's
regime was ouvinuesy seen. General
Wood'. policy is more frank and, on
the wboie. tfvorab.e to the inhalbitaut'.
but is du-' to political reasons ati'-cing
the Repouo]can party in the United
States. On thi, account Cubans do not
pLace any special confidenc'- in the
actual admioistrAtion, although they
have all song trusted to the American
people. There always wili be a lack ot
conedence on the part o: tio Cubans,
despite anything that may be said. un-
til something definite is being done to
encourage tue a'riculturil reaturces of
the country. While I adnit tuat this
cannot be accomritabed iu a day or two.'
I contend that the want of conflAdnce It
due to the conviction that it the United
States really wished to see Cuba free
and independent they would do all they
could to foster the resources of the
country."'
Saallipox b'rcoin".* Epllremic.
COLUMBIA, S. C.. March 20.-An ep-
idemic of smallpox prevails in Yemas-
see township. Beaufort oountv. It was
reported to the governor several days
ago, and measures taken for the sup-
preion of the disease, but it is now
beyondd the control of those in charge.
.Jew cases are developing daily, and
the situation is becoming alarmiug.
Bitten by a Mad Dog.
SUMTER, 8. C., March 2U0-Samuel
Shaw and four children have been bit-
ten by a mad dog. While the children
were at p!ay they were attacked by the
dog, and Snaw, in attempting to rescue
them, was also bitten. The people of
Sumter are contributing iunis to send
Shaw aud the chtidreu to the Pasteur
institute for treatment.
('arollita Editors ln Cubi.
H-L'AN. March J).-The Sonth Car-
olina editors have arrived here after a
rough sea voyage. They are 'u good
health and senrits and have lost no time
in visiting various places of interest.
The hotels are crowded with winter
tourist and Havana presents the ap-
jearance of an American summer resort.


Acme Beer.

THE BEST RFER -OLI IN
PENSACOLA.

Dannlheisser Bros.,


AGENTS.


cautnot u- it. for J thl A'so Sol t y M. Perry anid Wi., Yates,
JACKASS.

i:. t l'CHl'N .'AS The Jug Trade
i- the LAI'NDY.: they'er Is Our Specialty.- -
both of 'f-1pn c, ool.


i g t ho-N I )N E .-av #-d by
Gas R~ange-.


N is for N(OW. thl. he t time foi
a .hainl...


i- the- OFFE R :'he Cnpe
mailkes.
i -,;A Ar.
itz for Qi E-TION I'
tioehiat iatH

lbjv i,4f-0:0 FalAl.


Prompt D, -iv,.ry ;ndii S :-. ,ti.:m
(Gu:aran iti -d.

Dannheiser Bros,


Pretty


Children
We have three children. Before the
birth of the last one my wife useJ four bot.
tics of MOIITHER'S FRIEND. If you had the
pictures of our children, you could see al
a g ance that the list one
is r.ealthlest, prettiest and .
finest-looking of them all.
My wife thinks Mother's y
Friend is the greatest
and grandest I
remedy in the
world for cxpect-
ant mothers."-
Written by a Ken-
tucky Attorney-at


lOTlE'S
Eu E ~prevents nine-tenths of the
rnLJE U suffering incident to child-
birth. The coming mother'.!
disposition and temper remain unrutfleJ
throughout the ordeal, because this relax-
Ing, penetrating liniment relieves the
usual distress. A good-natured mother
is pretty sure to have a good-natured child.
The patient is kept in a strong, health
condition, which the child also inherits
Mother's Friend takes a wife through th:
crisis quickly and almost painlessly. "1
assists In her rapid recovery, and ward!
off the dangers that so often follow de-
livery.
Sold by druggists for $t a bottle.
THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO,
ATLANTA. GA.
S< f r our hr> : .e* t' b' tk writte:
exi 's.'.y f.r expec-an' t tl ii hers.

Fat nan anteil nc ('orrection.
'"Tl Iut wa< :a 1ni ri'i, t %\' u ,11 ih:tIl of
th,, w\;il,,-.ion ." iilll',.l I t;n- falt an;.ll.
\. :; .r ill li 1, 11 dTi l: a tl ':! ''
three ti. t o. f t:i t.i th, ; r''< t-
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lti' "' ;!' I D I ,1 t.. r I li t sti !' :l1-:;n tiI :li Iy : if l !i i t' I 'n %I ; ft
y ";i k'lin\o tlha; it \\;i < f i v.y fl;4i.r, 'I' "at'
l vl. \ U :. t I tn a i l .- lo a lt ut
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S -. r'ir l. Y oi luiv 11,'ndl ill t 114. llat tI.'r."
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l.-iwly I s t;it dl \\ il w !..,l I can 'II ill
, 'l.'" I i youl h ar Il still" t ; i.i n;'
l*'lll SqI'- ;. s :l froll l fl' thilt ( h rowVil of
mIy li:141l to th1 sl- of Iy f.)t. 'T1:hat's
\hifat 1 :1111. liUt tlhKrin 's lint a word
l|-,llt !;: nt."
"W\\or- you in th xplo'ont?"
**No. \\i.lh I hal I ,,.in. W hen I
Ih :1r l th' r1 porl' t. I kriow soii.t ont-
I:n-; l< 4, l i -tt. I fell d,,loWN St' 'l-. I
i:i11 ti\, Mlh.ks for : ilo<,t >cr. \"!t'n I
",,1 1,li'. 1. \ was so. hadl ito rtir. ;an-l this i,'or inl;g I hadl
to roll out 4,f wt,<1 on it hiiir" ) lo O tt up.
It v,;l.;I:' itt m ': l';n; ( t Itii th, 4low .ti ,r \W ; s .
W it or t!:It .irl ;lmtaII 'l;;:;n $f \\ -s ;t tit h
Ih. Ii'-' t ; !.il I ; 4t; tk. Y oull <;I' ";I "
t; ;lt I nl ;.rr,:tt prn-,.-oln .: !llinltl
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'Tlil 10 V 1y p,:p.'. o, d th y:" l:" Io tit


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f aI carp In f o k-i
iodJ4,t ip "..'2 ~io. Cwill tit ti af~jc'e

with t~i-'2 dt--iI'e.klrltpj' u =!4'rt noi-


Railr,..d Exclhani .-. l'.ito 24-.


Indigestion!

We challenge the w'rc'ld


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I' *(te; for the c(r,<' of In-


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Wall ar1i.x !. Onl.c-11tsa'tously l


HAS RINGES $13. Conccct d Free,

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

Best Patent Flour.


RedsI 1 Jal


Patent is the best /tour that
can be produced by any/
mill.
Forget .le .Vot is one of
the best Breakfast Foods on
the market.
.1AU made by The 0. E.
Stanard A.lil Co. and for
sale byiY .cw Orleans Gro-


O/ne d~ lmrr l!c ttlaf lasttie-


of 1111# (!.clflp tilta,:".)4 ill :a
tie ii,' I.- ; r.. (tI (i 'h i -'.Z-t 11 f.1 I a

ia hr t-hp-ol4'Ifl'mi want theII-i-t.I & --t
I I #- lrf-o-d ertnp(-,a. NN r(t-n A-tt C.
IPala I i \ trept.Photo~l i,

THE HEINE ACADEMY CF MUSIC,
%'o. ,Nortl I iii it),K stror. t.


also T. MISS EVELENE M. HEINE. Principal.
also 1}. T. f(ir' V ( <. o,' MISS IDA PIAGGIO, Assistant.


S. Palafo.r street.
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tr'v'.t" t'tI ;t.5so(,uItta r, 1tan;i anstd M a u doI In.


-' CURE YOURSELF

WI LK SI GlaL~izlUU". I irrotalt -arill.*
Greenville. Ala. ** or 'r'-' i1. 1!.
cwr'msI'.O Mold by Iirwgrlsta.
'ratimtnonial Front.,Judge.(;asti'anU. &A. r en T I1, RIn V !, 4 H-.r
.'x,,:e--x p r r-It. f -r
~ F Aln.A ug. E. -r r '~tq 2
take rte-at pii-asukro ia .rhlt !ig to th Circular 'entt La eus


Nas im ze-ral .ate-r. VJ -hialtit uratl 111 rae-rail
toi., 4)nay pemmftaai .rou ed~..is tlalt-
fromn a wel l three HlmlIc't a-t of ti ret-z,vi a
in the- exact conditunitt In hich ta ia. Fold.I.
hiav'e ee-e- thaa4 ater u-ed. -eA th wondwrfui
%ucce-'N. for dv'~pe-psi'.aa it~g~t'ttflf. .orf-
4-r..i and for cruprils- da'.tast-'s...ores aind
ulce-r- 4.31 man suoad Aammans. A-a a remedyv
for the%--i trouble%'. I do niot ti.-i,-e- it'.


CHICMCSTKWU KNHOISH

f~h f CH ICHE1'TEIVS ENGLISH
. T. . t. .., 4a..


TO HARNESS WARE SHOALS.
MIA miad IU..C,.rae' Pl~ant to lie Bluilt
Near Lo4eiren-4.
L~ur\~,S. C.. Mircb 20 -W rar
*iioa.j, .abou -3!5lu:tiswedt of here. 14
to tit developed. luis is orze of in.,
tileSE wiva:tsr ojwars in the sont.h. a~ud I.
owned i'y a ,.tndicarce. bokakceai ty Mayor
W. it. ti-.caey or L-uretis.
Taeue me.-of tae a itua.s arecC(U';IL.
ermizc a prnnai sitiou for tud ereeciou of A
coltuu 11lil.: &CLicl~ectric p~anct, cosi;ing
About 4,'J'J,Q',0.
D w y atr (olmitiabim.
Com..UmUi, S. C., March 2'10. Ad.
miral George Dewey was Onrhnsiaaau.
cally greeted when he paiesd through
the capital of Southn Carolina. Tbis
rate son&I a battalion of naval reserves,
a regimaut of infantry and the First
artillery banmd to take parg in the IDewey
parade at Savannia.
lear Evil1 Spirit-.
E~vil srilts art- limldi in great drend
by flio t*htnese. who believe them to
belar sliemial ill AN-1l to the eldes.t son of
tile f~amiily and to delight ill p1:13 in,:
unkind tricks 1pon i imi. To pret vent
this the eltde~t soon in o-,' famiily was
nained **Sixth Little Sist;-r," the claild's
parents evide-ntly being under tit# iii.-
pressiou~ that evil spirits could Ito- de-
ceived as to the .(-x of tile little out
A CALL
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of A~aI ii'. a halle top .'lit~ and pleLb.'
ndm tit*., Iitc- t b- par ti-cipaofte .In vii apr,.
mitcrol. .tt 'itt -n!cl primary~ aara"
a thni'e 1- IidIn a.1 ther- ulb.- turnthefI alo
,t ap forh itsad a tn


for Infants and Children.
Castoria is a llarmless substitute for Castor Oil, l'.l
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrnps. Ii i, Plhe+i.nt.a. I

contains neither Opium, --orp)hine nor other N.,, ,,
substance. It destroys Wornms and allays Feveriah,,
It cures Diarrhua and Wind Colic. It relieves T..1 i,.
ing Troubles and cures Constipation. It reguliat,..t .
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy a'lt nattiiral l,,.
The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend.

The Kind You Have Always Bought
) Bears the Signature of


In Use For Over 30 Years.
Ti ccwu. T UM uM IV.



Ohas. lI. Turner.


*-ARCHITECT *


--AND--


General Contractor

ltuilIii -.' l'''I t:: .. M'Iantl l < rat, Settini Pii'l >;., :
al (I (; ;- Fit'lt n;:: .
A Complete Plumbing Department under :,e
Management of E. B. Morey.


Illo WVatt-r ai I i tis Fixtur,:-.


No. 19 S. Palafox St.


S Telephone No. 3 1


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Citizens National Bank
OF PENSACOLA.


L. HILTON OREEN.
PRESIDE NT.
V ICE-IsI.D ESitENT.


J()H N F. F F'EI F E I.

Arszi-r. CA.- If


DIRECTORS:
T. E. WELLES. WM. FISHER.
of F. JE. S:tITde-rs & C K. J. WHITMIHE., JOHN F. PFEIFFER,
1,. HILTON GREEN.


Gene;.-al


RIX M. ROM-;i\-


Banking Butsiness Transmttc!i.


Vessels' Accounts Handled on Favorable Teirw. -
Change Bought and Sold, Collections
Promptly Attended To.

ACCO UNTS SOLICITED.




The Star Laundry,


Tit P!O EER LAIRD OF RIS RORIOD


Our Address
i- always ;tskod for w!.,,
I -- b"':it ty of t!h. l.in' i 1.
hirs i- i I!-played;( on
.- HIRT I"I.ON'r. E ta,;
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ALL WO-roK CO0. D.
TELEPHONE 114. 371 F. GARDLY>-,
XW-GOX)D3 ~C ',, LLD FOR. A NI) DEJ-i VERED F~REE -Wl
WALKER INGRAHAM. ax':.

ESTABLISHED I1963.


McKENZIE OERTING &


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Ship Chandlery and General fard EarF
608 ANI) 605 PALAFOX STREIE'T.
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REVERE COPPER COMPANY. JOHN A. ROEBLINOG '. *t ,
GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RU88EL&AHON 8 PLY: -
anmI, erdag., Pailts, Iils, lustial l istr ets, tarts, lt cier, htll
COMPASSES. ILOG,. O.
C. McKenzie Oerting C.-llectini A.eunt for lr PiJ ot-' I;. *
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21, 1900. 8


PAINE'S CELERY COMPOUND.ASHIT-Oarch 20-Snator Till.
Iman is doing good work for Castle Wuted to boy alW kids of hecll
Pinckuey sanitarium. He has secured lid Fgrsitur, Earchudisn, IA.
the favorable consideration of the sec-
retary of war ant the surgeon general i driSS BOX 142.
S,,, Tne matter is again before the military I
committee. and no expects to obtain a J. T. TSto'h-ns : :is :1 lalir7e a ssort-
iavorabie report from them After this lieut of Solid Sterlin FSilver and
he expects i:s speedy passage by the RaLr'e Kntiv-s. Forks and ispo(ou
senate. Congressman Einot& is work-
/' : .i.'n- nard for tue success of the measure
n :. / I tiue ousne. PROFESSIONAL OARDS.


!.KI'E TO iiCO NGRESIS


c o cal Appeals More Popular
Than Petitions.






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CASTORIA
Fr Infants and Children
The KiWd Yu HRav Alys BugWt


1iENEHAL INSURANCE
A,-1ND-

Heal Estate Agents,
PF:NSAOltA., FVILA.
*1 "\l TWENTY-TWO OP TIIF
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i lit-i. Ih', lmv14)j -11t. ad s .d. wit Si altwk n
Vtn Ito ~ -.is goiun eang i % i-:ri' di'tuzl" e-d to~
'1 i,,f-iro Jlames cUm. Talmag te.is rhtfth
.viiumi-ofnia'.. I ther fomtsl fmirtritIindt-tr
11v irr v plo

tIllod t Inh 1t-4hed tifn0-7 tn1-att-
.\'akiTl hizut li sat-- f eh.Iia-Ii-is summer
PCL iTI I. fain d a Il. d .z e
t hol itr ~j-t'.dzr u:
T i 1%aI w-FL ca I Tdra -1bI ha- I. --i,'.t i r e R
AndI kn-iw yte e- i f wra ataiu't lideof
AtA jiic i-e.T .'vwill f~r C' ie t. :r )e a-
it. .1 i wmh t h -tft 11 :1 'id atw--.k
N%*-e ia arer, w:II 4, *.tIt ,V ''I C:k,
dI v i4lir dftheu- iv r tiw, i.


JOHN McDAVID,


N w )Depot 'or C'oIIlmlibtui.
Coi.i MBaG, Ga. March 2O.-Messr-
J. M. Eai.i and H. Comer of the Cen-
tral ILAi.road of Georgia are in the city
foi the purpose of securing certain
property adjacent to the present union
depot. It is une Intention of tne Cen-
tral officials to enlarge the present car-
she,l. put in more tracks, bill elegant
waiting rooms, ticket otffies, ba.gage
otffie ana aidt a firstciasi r'tauraut.
tlu. gIv:!ng Co.umibus tirstcaass 'epot
fici.iiles.


MEN OF MARK.


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111)41 ngrv 'ea1111 :1 ;td-.1

hli's 'ci.Irveabily i]e xacr'i-u'i

devuiwr*'d two bak-ed ppC'az'iurs at. a rittaLi:.t
IByrona usidisfdrfuih--41by lhnving i-
IItained ig WV#a II tmxvs f s.Irflliies iil s
nmany UmiiiIwti
Ex-SI ait'w MarttAN'. Ttituviatru. now 73
year~t. ld1. r~aiwd on Wl ia aiftv. a~ime V
docn. N. C... mnmrethan a1.1WMM, [lksral1,a alcu-
t-On th~ g'au .lie lasznot Sold 21:1,j 11f
it. Af!6it-v*;ecorge 'cimkkrlvit.
is. the Iarxv--t lcii..idwerr il


ic nty. ''~i:'grhita L.i I i'xiin %L w ihi
I i:a -u'aa Ivaii't am gavI ::.I ao it o
than 1f. r any -~thur r ate l i n m:the I. il-ii.
Las I tiifi'.0-hi tam: i -.iili IA C 11


mknai a i. I I.- was w* i: 1... a;v.I-) 'iif'ii-
h~ii-)w Ib-ui ndat w ir&'Ii %N I:,M- !. ait. -t

twiI w it 4-11 :ii.1; Ii .-tI %% f I it 1:1,11 Iuitter

nite t.1i fil y eaia. fior the eut.''r huh
mi'uiitsi-nd the Iais aipidl t11t h;1 IA- Ne u
h~e ,T''.I k I). Iw 11dit. i iiil a'.rd v

t ~It(. ~ Ino co sl~ivui''s.141ri(iOtcnde 41f t hV
Mi wumy a kow a ntd' i w ah ii ihiipye.
1.I'' in'1.;( 5 1 L rg.it af Itat. xi's-rid. h ti I -k
I a-n it III i s 4 w a % V 4 -he I. I I c I wt .w : Ipt rsinaI I tI

proidi,~ui fth 1ilinr al(a.o ul


Nasal S }

CATARRH B
In all it stages thue I
should be cleUanlness.
Ely's Cream Balm
,-!canuce,onthesandbheali i0
ti;e .-cea'cd nmembrtne.
It r';r<. atarrh andldrl% ee
Bway *a cu.d .a the head
.quick y.
('ream Balm is placed Into the noetrils, spread .
over t::e membrane and is bheorbed. Rea:ef is in-
ni"l.a'esALlacure follows. It is not dryin,--lo-dn
o!ut produce mncez.ng. large S.ze, 50 cents at Drjg-
I -- or tly mail; Trial Size, 10 (cents by mail.
EL.Y BROTHERS. 6 Warren Street. New York.


Dr. mareellus me~reary.

PIVsi0D Ci8 Furl nr n.

Vn t I,) A i


DR. Wm. C. DEWBwERy.

OFFIOE-Hanaah Bros.' Drug Stwore.

RESIDENUE-4OO E. Jacksou Stree


Wmn ~. Marean, M.D.


Late 401, Ocil. I. la..
1 ff z is prcvf.".a'ionamlI.%orvic-i to t 1 4etI -
Ei'jut'Iw! tt -nui t!'igv.'ntoAthi' tr.atantimat
of 4 ronw .,a-.qand os.n, f
A'otn~n and t'hifl~tl'ni.
1 -:&r- iaV.i ;.v e i nI !-" Sou ih.

jHs,.de'nce Phone -No. 250.



Dr. Whimer S. Hall,

DENTAL SURGEON,
Misonic Temple. Phone 364.


H1INBER BROS. & CO.,




Palafoz Street,

Pensacola, Florida.



BARGAINS


-IN-


Iea1


Estate.


'1fl1I fh x ill Iivy lou ncrm-- of land north
| $2000 will buv so cra' adoining city
$un0aaits.
I0will ibuy four iI, solI1d block
S$3000anid a good evn romn house
This property is in New (itty.
$4000 will buy 7-a ac'es between Hih
$400 rHayou and Ilitt' BHyou. Thim
property ihu- a wcatir front on thlie baty ; N
on Hig Bayou anm ILittihle liyou.
$50005 will buy one of the bn'-t rest
$5OO UV .Vdeii,.n on Wt-'t Hiill. Mitunted
a l, ,'ret Car linti; has i iroions and all mod -
r COIf CO I eilc ifCt-.
S 00l6 Ox wil\ buy lot within 1i 4* ft front or
;iI '1*a lafif x str..at. outlih i f i rreg.-
ory. 'lhit. an i' t lani.-dinittily utilizd flo
bu-iinte pulpos)e..
$7000 wll uv lot witli "'. ft front or.
$ 7 0 ^ regioray ntlzd ;a ft ftromt on 1AI-
canilz and 1 ih ft front *wn Wright. Thia
pr(vpeity ihas nici e (cottge iil Il, and ttlire. it
plenty of )roi to build dozen lioulsm' more
I^flf xill '1w'' a u handeonie resideniic
j 0 V jOln Ilitlit (ire.-,iy L-betweon P-ala-
fox and Tragotiona stree':ti.
-A ill buy an -) or'r farin wllfc
0 g.oo(d house and farm ibuildhiais
Elei-ant property for truck faring anc!
dairy piurose-. rhis pli'o Is juit out'idi
the city limit.
S O fl r will buy a lot in th** lubusneasI
$10,0 0 part of the city with 11 feet
front.


J. E. Stillman ( Co,

East Side of Plaza.


H. A. WATER


Convention Call.
The sixteenth anhI11:11 nieting Of
the Womnan*% Chris: iatri'Teimperance
Ulnion Of Florida. will be hold Iu
(laini-ville, April :3rd. 4*!! 2m.1 5th.
The firz-t t -ssim':i "ill be at Ap.In..
of Tuesday the third.
Mi~Belle Ke~ar;1-v iof Florn.
M!is., will give t!1" (c, .nvelint)I~Inad-
il141 A [hI-'C.'. l'tow N.
S_%uA J. GTI.KNN*. President.
Rtecording ~cev.



LODGE DIRECTORY

KNIGHTS OF FrY'KIHAS.
1'eneavolmiLodge. No.3. K. ,f P.
moets every Monday even-
ing ft 7::).ii at ('aitle flail.
/in Hutchinson hall. Ws
Vistin hethren cordi"ii7
wtelco med.
11.3

W. 0. W.
Ljive Oak Camp Ne.ilV. tu'Winian offbe
Nf .vt fl rat arid third I'ritlay night IS
I 1 1ci t i n n i Wa z W v e r e' v %,a~ c i r
I-.". TI iiA'%I V C1fe r k. .


POLITICAL ANNOUNUEIENTS1...


i I r n'i' n-I "aeaniilidarte
FltlA.e.i, n th. I~. St:i ubjtv~t to the



For Itl,.,a tat eprfl''e-iiona tiae.'za

r ir in:& r I '


I la.er.et Sflhioiufl(oiiiY'i'It.1a aeandiljaite
fior Hbo-.riff of xecamthaa coutity. stim re-
sp.ootfutiy o-k the, mupport of mny friends
and voters oaf the- county. If eeIt'ted I will
di -tahrge ttu dutiles of said office eficlcentjy,
fairly and imapartially.
W. H. H tTV11IIWROW.
For Sheriff.
I hereby annou nce tiavilf am. a candalda
*for re-election ito the oftleo of Pberiff of Oa-
cambia county. Florida. and solicit lb.esaf-'
fragee and interest of &Ill my friends.
(1941RiCK E. 'CUn's.


For Mheriff.
I hereby announce m)islf a candidate bor
sheriff of Escamubla county at the ensell
election. J. C. VANPIIL.T.
For Clerk of the COreuit Court.
1 hereby announce myself as a candidate
for re-election as clerk of tbh circuit coorn
of s'canlbla county at the ensuing eclSlo
and ask the support of the voters.
A. M. MOMILLA.-
For Circuit C'lerk
I Hunnounce imy 'atinidavy for 'Clerk of tEln
(.'arlilt Court of KE'niAt anbaa county. subjecs
to the action of tlih r-iitain IN '-mnocraslt
primaries. It. K. I.. I>AN Ia ...
For Circuit Cl--rk.
To tilVe Votper i of ': etanihi i county
I her'-by announce' nivy.elf a car t.<-lite for
the othle'r o( clerk of the- circuit court of
:,i'atiilia county andii v.ill be ple-a.rd to
have the support of m'v friend and't fbe
voters gc'nerally. .lvIIN DE I.A KLA.
For rTax CIollIetior.
I hereby annoine- n myiplf ac- a eanrlidat*
for re-el*etion as Tatx 'o-lectorr of K-ram-
bia county, ard ask the' itipport of my
friends ard voters gen.-rally.
A. H. II'ALMNICRTI.
*'".r Tax (CollecIor.
7thii manyfrIl-nd'iof.lutadge I'. H. thontfay
lihavinig .htined hlit uonise*it herie'by as-
nou ni e hin aI a c'a>ndidiate f4or Tax i ollector
of Escanmbia county at llhe' nsiialn election.
MANY I'#TuBv


Fotr Tax Aaatemsmr
I lipro-by announ:co tvmyceIf a-4 sa candidatla
la)~jx 4-ea.. f l-'aa~actilitiy, sub-
jv 14 1 ibiPthe I onofI i ut b- I *enaoqrolt icpr I nza.
vlv. If# le leiid I1v NJ#-( I1t10 IhI -fct I hse aippi-
b Wonii of tbe tax pa~ver'. aaii will doiptA"
duIty in s-very (It-tail a" I did %hit-n Iheld46
the office before.
(iV. H.Buy.
Few Tax Ap..wumuer.
The' ca:ndidiacy o*f William WA. Ritchardot a
hert-by onoif4u!ced for 're-. I#-ctmon cas tax no-
qe'..,.,r for Escanixit v, 'iulIvI. 'Uibject LI.1,110l
a.L~Iof the doinocratac jirinarit'..
For 4'ounly Treaaurer.
I annomic" mv%#eIf a' a candidsto for
the oItli '-e-of (Countly Tressurter. octijowh to
tb" acttion fl the i~'demaocratle primary, aV4
apk the tiipport. of miy friendd%.
WuIJAAAM F AN LKK44'W~.


I her
for rev
county
fully s
count"


Furniture on Credit Buteher and Green Grocer.. .ae
Mo-t beautiful line of side hoard,- tnur
over shown in the city. Wardrobes, PHONE 172
with glass doors of every descrip- Fre-h iTeninessee and Native Meats,. I he
tion, from the cheapest to the finest. Chickenu and Country for tih
Roll-top secretary ca-ei elegantly, Produce Dailo n for
ffiii-hed, a fine line of china closets,: Produce Daily. o
and everything contained in a first- Shop, Rear of Johnson & Son's Store. -
Sclass furniture store at O. M. Pryor's
Bargain Furniture Hou e. INTENDENCIA STREET. ,Att
li b


DUNN'S


HOTEL


Throe Rciolar

Keats rack fDay
9r t'orah


ON EUROPEAN PLAN.


Restaurant Attached, Open Day and Night.


OYSTERS, FISH AND GAME 1OF ALL KIND: IN 'EA-'ON.

Special Orders at Any Hour.
IRA-TES:-From 1.0( to $l.. per lPay. LODGING:
51." andl 19 S. South Palarfx Street. l'en..a.ola. I l.rida / 25 and 50c


JOHN PUJRDY,r,

Foundry n lnlachino Shops,
CE.-NTRAL HAf C( R. JLF- :E'I N AN! ', PIN-: I E-T'


- T' '.2 I '"T. I" LI .\'. will I': -; E RPLATE TAT
ND T:A LER .N- 1 ,-. : 1, ..i : i, REAL ESTATE A SD BIKERACE.. Telephone 346.
.A_ ,,iMI5A NIlES. ..... .. la, .e .'- W ;ar L-ti, ry CITY v OPEIPITY. I'AF RMING

i Acts Ot Eq e Who isRader? D T ER ANDS ATTERN-S. C.Al'IN
hois R dr Car Wleel- wo,,t
Ssrac a FeI1OR SALE. L fractured to Order i
He s the Man thatsells ble Rates.
UJtdt Statu. Furniture so Cheap for iLhoDS Plaeed at .easo able Rates Dealer in Ma"c
'l;'ONMDEOCSOlOUBD1 CaSh. 21 East Government Street. D Statnoai


-:- Pensacola, Fla.

(.-a. LUMBER TRTI'-('K SMAI.L 'HIII.EI,
I an1l Tro, l;'i, v-. H i.e.-r-. B x..-, Etc ..n:u-a.
n Fir-st-Cl t-, \W-irkma:u!ike Manner at P.,a,,.u-

Linery, Fittings and Supplies for
r. and Marine Application.


of theI
the ac


I am
denit o
licit It
- tem.


For County Treasurer.
reby announce myself as a eaudidalo
ilOiiionittlon al tr.'-murer of feiwbl&-
>y. tiniject to a derilon at the eDqul4it
*rat.i primary election. and respee-t
-oliait the support of ioe voter of b*e
,v pledgring mny'elf for the future tho
faithful performance' f duty that r
randiaoreft to ulfill during my pas
' of th uffnc. J. W. F rmAT .
For JustIce of the Peace.
reb>y announce my candidacy for re-
nil t ttho- mce- of Justic of tbe Peall
Sr14*cond Ii.rinet .ubjec't to the -*
fb thb nniinat iig piimarl-.
[to)rk Iq JoI .
For .Jluai of r the Iea-e.
hme suggestion of numerous fri.rnt. I
y annolune any canilidacy for .Justkle
Ponace of ****condl district. Subject, to
tiolu of the noiilrnatintf priinariel.
JAMVKM t. LASpntrU.
For fhehool luperinfiiientf.
a candidatt- for ruaiintyv uperintPr.-
f putIle iin-tr,'l< u:P ihnou je t to fbe
-itti pritiHr-*.. I r-spe erlfully e*-
i -tifTra -.r tt .- i.- c itnhai cu nty
For t.,- t<,) '- n - .1 k -. -4 \M TATP.


F-. ur mcfatsiiI Mu p.', a ate'ei Cit-st
Y II-v-i-i% Aaratitmjea'- hmixv!ift cla,-iavida"O fagl
ft : iad-titi, I1--tt i ,if 1, t ..1. -vi Ivr~ s I1, o


0.11is I Isoots

m.tt i i i y t -rra.g-n
1. :-. Tai'''.*-t, I -.14:I I far h.-

la ,. ti'i4. T-.a r'iTx ifrmnK
l I or M- vii two- A l otft ,' Asov r d.v~ aitic
r .I ~maa fe I i .4qHi m tr
Ti-I Ii.-r 44 Sn.
t r 'vr '.-.~:1 iviirtf,,r Nrib.horn

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'[hi- tr.,-nl!--.vf M ,in.. NI.T"IiCWA ePit 174 WMl-.
it H 0t1. 4iw. !raV --k -dn-ti i- Con-ent.
bh- rei, cii ii .i Ti'-t,vI% .-cir.d I:i t''x' fupr i 3
hePr of thle t(' Vrt i'unm v Ba~i oard
fair thp nisrt 14-rr dast r-ic. aubj,-'ct toi the age


The Spring Medicine for exhausted nerves and

the overworked body. Only when the nerves are

weakened and inflamed do you know that they exist.

JOHN H. WTTL.TAMSON, Grand Island, Cal.. writes:


%-. ):ke


"Although I am 73 years old, I have no particular disease, and am a hard

r. I use Painc's Celery Compound as a spring medicine to restore lost'

N. I have used the Compound for years and find it very beneficial. When.


' take it, it seems as though I did double work."

Paine's Celery Compound is a medicine compounded

to strengthen nerves, stomach, liver and kidneys.


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4 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21, 1900.


]]KWO: was 169; partly cloudy, 138: cloudy,
58; slight rain, 1J> days.
at Pensacola. The latest date upon which the
Last killing frost occurred in the
1, South Pala- spring was Mareh 2t". at Del-F niak
Spring-. Tne date of the fir-t kill-
Y ing fro-,t in autumn wa, Novembelir
KING 00. 4. at DeFuniak Spring- and Tallka-


Tormt- Invariably in Advance.
0s. Year by Mail :w
S~aiMon tht I
Three Mu'ntbs I
4*ftHStnth:0
One Week, by ,*ari~r. pA~ntlt.lMondiiy 14

THE WFIRLY NEWS:
Publif-hed .ev-ry l-rid-iy tit *V.% 11er yvar

TELEPHONE NO. 118.

Adv~irtstvtg Rates Furni. hE d on Applicalion.






-LbiAUULA, MAbCLI. 2i. L900).


ra* um1d~-c dCTII,-KtLouli t-kUtItfrd-


Fowelton. April 14 mand a-k that t 'i-vy t'
given a ht-arty supp.,rt by ili, -
Precinct 1:.-% iI. o. i;g.--. SI 'a'
ban. Writ. Bazz~l. J I, Maxtazaiiand 1. K-
Wrigbtiti. *..Ht-
Prt-citct riA. Tb' tianinait
Jobis t bra-,t. J. i. eo,. e ~ i tn- a %id t. 1'.
ltuccan.

Asare-.
I-rvc.nn't -1.H. rut nam. .1, 1itiW-~t.



Florida are fi.1-led withIit O ecus:'.oinl-
stry d ir+- wurniiin-zs akidres-;et to t lie
g~ntlp toulriits who (iontri'bt- s o
largely to the wilittr iLIcomie-z of t hit
Fection of t tliC -tatp. tur&irnK themti t
remain i o:g.-r, bt-caus-t..of the se-
vere avriliig weather prt-vailill~t iii
the Nort h.The infereutwe a t hnt
V~ie avers *ze tourist need, a guardian
to direct h)i- Ilfvtiinen1t!. aud has
n .ftl~e oenuuj;_'l to knlow wi: en h11(


In rega-d ;to i .I';-: ing'; i t -.w. azrt
wLthA the le'ei:- '.tia Nalwt I that -It'h pu'll ii-
Cat.oin W4.ii1 i glnitly tb.-i, i. t t i- people- ofc
iloridsa at lar,. "il in- pre-- i, oni. of tit'
greatest educators of tbhe .**-. ,nad therc isr
i. t lrstialtion tuo io;portriance- that shliould
b left out uof it.t columnlii. W- .-lietve the
county pape-r- it, I ,- i.- pr)-I).-r nieJiL.in for
tbe d:-s.t ,t ut ,n of thi.- kno l,-dge. and are
:n favor of a r.-as.onahl'-, oinpsen-.attionl for
printing t1h-- Miam.. Tol tho li .-pile it would
%elt lb"- Wothi 1'., co-t of expenditur- 1n1
tbe way of keetilg tihetm poit-ed in regard
to our iaws.-l iu'\ Ui lel A.idvoetate.
The foreutoing colmprises, in a hilt-
-hell, the i:ire argument in flavor
PEI.o(sw we give a paragiraiph from
the Mayo Free Prs-,. and a reply to
it, taken from an exchange:
When Is nia bte-ofler a iarndidila: for of-
f.e tihe pe)plei hlav--a righlit to kti%- a-omne-
th.ng shout hlu.m. In ord'.ir that w1 niitty
tran uilit t ie -.>"hormatitini to our reailrlr. '*
would like for -oni- of (th-* **spp 'rterej Mr. Mcle -ath to rI'1 .ri" u ,S % io I e-t--' W\lie:t-
becan- fromi' H,,I w itin he ha i-an in1
Fl'or.d*'A* !..1 i i w ,tia lhi. e .-r ldon.-
any hmll ',i t t 1i i ,,rl, i :trt, Tll"-e.
are pe-rtnllie.t ,8l1;i-ti [l- aSi l hli 1, l| I*. il -
werod p rne 1.. p :. wan i n-.- *

Tons I N 1 I t it :.- r i :..r,..lt
htebooil txC,:.i-nlt. I'ti % 'r -'. lit of ;i:
l2- utb.h rr h-. ':." :E-- ,' n i'. w :i I i1 'i
SWa, l '" ->IJ l I\ k',litiU "V. ;, '." II
r*. UPli o i t ti fit:ni aMt' n ii- tI h l i ll u !-
Scboool'. -tutile*> lit W l 'li.- atil l cini for.a-"e;
ahead of it tl "i!C.- r- of tI hl r.-L-cit:. He-
ibegani te a tI .' : i' 1,. ul, -.i ti ',. ,C itnt.H -11-
pV rinteot :dei.i i4f 1:..- f'ilti- n',i ii that
work he bh- i -p-. '; i, -i. ''-e ti-t lif-f, e %-
'ftr ptit e 1'. *** y of,).- l tulli nlI) in cot-
iAC He'* a:.x Ilr l.nlItte'l "i Il t,.-' .IlsiC- ) .
fKy.l )Nornntlrin-. i il l>1 ] .-tai n .llli- at I II
be td f h.N i tci-ntiin i t ail a cla--.;i- ,-l. -.'-.
Ian the- -a ii,- .-art h Ii t.-:in..- I0u t a- i,-talit
inlb. :il -i-..-'iir li -'tiitCrl (bei-tt
Tvl..atnd r- :it t t i ,. hd .. f I m :i t'.
ftecept ttI- l !cn.r- c lihtui l -eir>-.-- and
modern I:.;. ... ~-- ::. tri- alini:t mater. tln
I 7 be a.-- *-p: I i.- -i..-* .:.. iide vify of t ,-
-ity" .. i .?t \% ;at.- \ .ity. M i- .. a i,! i. -
*sgpo i aft. :i **r. l ll n'ii an iii-i':** -,** ft
i-alary. to :, : I lie pi i :'ip )i-l. 'if i t a, > -
N:' No rninil .I'I .. -C p.' 1'.t I. '.t t vtr',,
H e a a- h i' ... 1 C *' ,l.l 1I' -u ti i '' r
o f l t t o d t .- in.. it r.
Le treU B r11T t i- i .. ; ll.I U .i l -
<-epme-mI A i-r I- r I
ac -pt t t "" (' i l -" ,'t:.- I c ,! *' a
of I- l iM \' I.:. ;. -, .


o-.. d x ?,
,,,i-' t ; -.- \ ; 'i ii-
eip it I I c .t' '



The I
1-f t :i I \\ .' ,", I. I- .

:tnd it efoi 't. ; ~ ii .. i- ,-
litere' ...- .I ::l A i- '.


the '- a) a" -ii* to nrr tF .--, ---
phertic ple'--cr' I": ::i,- year .; J J -
ondviile-:' t .'-' Jlit'--' '; iy
Weet -;' C i.tdilt Tlanpa. -C' o
ltichet.
Tihe ali.n:i i:' iii t.,mpe.-raiture- foi
the state wa:- 71.. eint- prract.:'al.:y
normal. Thoe higlth-et ait .Unlnu mfa i
was 76.,. at Key VWest; the lowe-t
wa: 6T... at DeF.iniak Sirilll--. The
hl gbet temperature reco! ded wa.
Ih)t. at MbcCleutly. June 1t;; the l -
itowae 2 below, at Tallah t:ee. Feb
rmary 13. Absolute range for the
year. Its.
The average precipitation f.,r the
r*-i ar ** .'.1 93 inche.s. beitll below


has-ee.
Concerning the extraordinarily
severe weather of February thte re-
port says:
Tetnperature- w.-re sabinorinaIlv low over
a la'ge portion of thi stite oin the 't!ii and
l*th.rririig -lowly tl..reaft-r until the- lith.
The liorniiing of Itbl I tltii a, noted ior t* 1i-
pernature ranging from rf 2 I.elow to I abov-'
Zero in xt e; *n' orth rn and We- trn cou' -
ties. Otn tIh- l:t1li and 11th frt-t-zliiig t1C-iii-
tion- obtained over th.- entire tae. on thlie
lant nanied date tbecomii ng -*vere :o- fiar
S.ut it la- iirtd,- county. Te-imperamure-s onu-
Inuefd I.w over t:ioF i1norlthern and c-nt lrni
-**ctionsl ui.til It le iti. waihei airnier w-ittI!h-
*-r t ill. 1li h.i--l right of th l l-'lti ari dir-
i ,i the!i a st. a -r ii)r.)U 'T I'!i4 ait. m. of their
I ;th ii ht now .- li northern ai.iid en-
tral ct ion)ii. It 'lt.en it-d a Int r iiil r Ii a"
>-.'Otl<> ctn:llTy. iranllge- rove-* -uflt'rd -
ve-ir,-l. Ii:,. gr-satevr itnumbtr tliroulhi cn.i-
tral c The niatli monthly tempt-ratuire a t- I
beioA tIhli- i norial. T'le liiche-t Ini-si
I;ioiithily temiipt-rature. t..2.. i)tcurrel ati
K'-y We.-t: th- lowest ile-ain monti hli;. 4 .0
was reciordi-d it Pen alicuola. The- big.l--t
to.iiperiit ur recorded dtirnnm tile
oi :l h.- w ,i> report-d from Fort Meade:
the low.---t.-2., o.'--urred at allatha-i-e enI
Athe 1.it; aitout-e ran-- fir th- -tate dOur-
.iig tlin month ai--:t.

Pain Killer.,o justly c.-l-btatd-.l wasi
introduced to tile public about -iity
ye-ar- ao. and now elijoys a popi-
larity uneq-illed by any other inedi-
cine. For the cure of dysentery,
cholerA iiorbu-. rheumiatism., eoiglis
anid c ls. scalds, burns, etc.. it i-
without an e-tual. Sold by all drui--
gists. Av, id sub.stitultes, there- i-
huit oin- Pain-Killt r, Perry Davi.'.
Price ,<. and 3K>.


REPORT
Of the Teaclers' Asmociation lFor ihe
I-'unr l-ln thsI Private brhotil.
Total amount collecitrd by u-thb-rip-
tli n .. $1 .,',2 ...
Fromn t. L. 1 .'- '"
'Coleted fronm pupilts .'.
"I t l iT n -i' e 177 '.
E i .' .-- f ,1 1 14 'l oom

Bal:nt c e< i 'Ci
The dollar Il-ft )ov-r expiei-c-s i- to
iozt to the lib ary of public -school
Noi. 1.
Tiie teacl .'r- wislh pi.tl'iely to e'x-
press their warine-t t:ainik- to each
and every one w!io in anyl' w"ay
aided them inll their (Itfrt to givt the'
children a full t-erin.
it could not have bhen do:.,. wit! -
out th- help anld -upp'tor: .i1 tI e
I->.ard of Public I rnitrut-iioni, the
county -iiperinteiideint, tlie ltupil,
thelC. L. I -.. and the ge:;eral pub-
lic: and to all we give t hai.ks.
MR-. A. W. M( iKVNIlIs.
('han liiti:.
DA i-', ANs'N. Stc. andi Tiea -.
Whrere- .iln y<' i iiives-t n i)n-y v 'more
proifiroatfly th in oy buyinti- a bottle to
KitI.v A.MIi BITr'E you ge-t
fonil for oiie. A klt idney idiline.
a lijv r tIt itic. -toiniach treln'theniser
and bowet-l cleaii( r. Four medicine s
for one d.-llar. S d ihy H:litni.


')ARD OlI O1. lIII .J Si'VETYl
IMot'er I r ( t conatr iuin ,o F ilire-
A'ariim %tenri
T'!i r'' i '- ti iit trl oWf tilf nl ):1..
',f liu-lie -:if-ty wias li' r ,if tini- 'ourn-

-li w ith all otf *- iiI:nt r- pr -

TI' .- iiatt-r 4I1 th-' ,':c C'.i-ii ;,',-
pose-d for (ire- anid nti-litAl :tt,-ltilon
ti -ic ttile ijr t-tc llfn, z-- t;it iel )by thir com-
nmit ee of tIthe city council w-re re- --
plirtod iy Mayor Hilliard. tec.tl,er
with a sig ie-t d vonuiniiit-itioini friin
the chairman of the board otf county
(oeiliiil issioiers -etting. foirthi ttih-
t-Ir-;- of t',:e uin etr-ta:i,lint.- f t'iatt
b.-ard with lto t-a,uncil e--,;il'x tree.
At er :a ,ei I-xpla nation by Mayor
1! illiaird, ,liii tletiolit the troril'.' 1i:101i .,f
tli P--aeola Infir r f" irmriirv tih-
iiiz 3 tch-t f,,r the- itl-., 4 tih.- it\- atind
a
c'oiilty pti atit $77, ; r ;ttlili.l11 w :i
f,,r ;i t 'ily : ict' t-. :;; vi> I ; t I i tt, I
w ;t- rt-ft-rr-,- l tits t :*. t,.-irl;aita i iitd
the- city :tt'orlte-y Withli i=t-Irlctiot.
to ex tcilt- a prii[.-r (.in tract wi1t! t!lf-
liroprio-ltr- tl tleI- liirni:try. tio tie
r l;,ir t-d ) il- I I l- i -'ili 0 i t .:t. 1 c':
c,-ii;'-il to-n i.rht alor rattlir si 'in.
I I ., chiia i'ilin' r,.iol,, ttfd ; ,;ta; ,
irrl ,ordt-ro-r d -Itir- :il.in-n lioix,- l. tliw it
'mcn; i,' -oiait iret -t wir-- wit Is !1 :- ..
wire--. -.in t*o t!mI, tc-'orv fior !- ;- al!-
it iit I I c i !, ,. i W', '; \,,., i
4 i Fy l''.1 r ti l I .-iL- Lei.lan i w i,
W .I- ;.r -,i:t itt ,,i,. i ,1 t-.iti-l, ve-il h

i 1 .1 :t ; 1 ;tell I tie .; 1 --- --
Si .: Y i : i -. \V h -lit 1' -
,* .i 1 i i 'v -" hi it, I

0 I iI I i l ; i 1 l t

tC~it 11 -b 0
S t I1-t -1. 1- 0 ,'. l- I



lit1.itte et ai.
,i>'.-ectd r '. l c t; \;--'' i 'l 1'' lt. i.t-
a i,,,1 l t, t : ,'tftl ,:. 1 1 t 6 i l 1

I .ti, ,1 ,4- t" -" -?.I '5 -1- -II +I '". I I -
I o In d I t .--:! ,. t <.) t: r ltt a.l ... ;i d lirC-'
* n-v' rit. i, li"ve ; Wi -. a t;, d a ", 11. 0 L,- 1-


inor' s -rf -t vi-It: .- -
",t n -*'fety ;'p i wi i '-- M '. ,. '.,+ la,:
a r i .te d .l:i I p l t;:' il. ,0" .1 \ ; t -

w ',t i. l: t lit r! .,'T i;i;n .lii yV
li'oimi (i ; i,.. to :.. i ,n :i li'., aid prop,
* r:y lroti; 'live wiIa ." and a nurh'

OIn l tl,'tiolil e i llairinan atid tlet -
tnrhian: weie requtst-t tlo .ttenri dt 1
pre-ent the matter fully to thi ci y
coiicil at it- nIeeting to-night. -, -
ietlier with thl- recomnineiidatioli of
the bhtard for the necessary appro-
priatio-n.
After attending' to .ome minor
matters ti" b,'uard adjourned.


UNITED CHARITIIES.
Commitstee on Conastitution and Orr.,
-ere Completf s Its IWork.


THE DAILY
Catered St the. Pol't Ofiee
jPjs.. mw aeend -claussmat tor.
OwuICu:, Pitt Building. 2111
ftz srrmi. up-stairs..
PUBLISHEDi)P
THE YEWS PUBLISI


lVeather Condi.ionsw.
The area of high pressure now ex-
tends to all portions, of the country,.
with it.s crest overlying the Central
.Misis.-ippi valley. This las result-
(d in clear and partly elotidy weath-
elr :nd lower temperature in ;all di-i-
tricts except t:ie extreme- Northwe-s'.
where it his s-hown wanner nllice
ye-terday.
Macon report<- a light freo-t, and at
Atlanta the tempsl r-ttire w:i four
degrees bc-low the fr-' -z ll. po It.t :it
a. 111i.
Hil0 wind velocitie-. .cn'irel1 ;it
N'w York City a tid 1 utilt ,tf Julii;i_'
the pa-t 12 iours.
Precipita;tilon wa W --itt!r-d ;i'dhl i-
reported from only five- taiti- -.
Fair andli contintled er.ol wt ,at!Li r.
with fre-h linorther lv wiid-. i i ili-
cat.-d ftor this vi.ility to-nii!;t ;iand
lThiur-itay.
M. J. N tIV .H I. .1 .,
O(t)- I'r.,-r.

It i- v, ry litrd t, -t.1Id idilvlby a1. d
Q- f-# our td-alr oilc- surllf-r wihil'- wait-
in'. the arrival otf thi dowt-r. An
AlbanV ( N. Y. C dairVmlanl ca(iId it -i
dr1i -'tore there for :1 doctor to c, ;I::f.
:tit d s- his child, th-tn rV n i- k
with croup. Not finding til- doctor
in. he l 1f, word fior himl tao r'i.,l*t at
olie ol t his return. He l -nio hli(-i ht
a Little of Chamberlain'- C',,iwhi
lt-tnedy. wl.ich i. hopt-d woiul,. ;ive
s-ellie rtl!- f tiuntil the doct-or -,hould
antr iv t l a f'-w loir" I hiti i c-til tled.
.a. ii.lir ti l:t- dl-.et r ir *c-d noit; .v- I'l,. ;i-
th!i- -';ild wa- tIil-i; h- tt'-r 'T!ie
drti-i_- **t. M r. Otto .p S-!l, z. 1 :.- < t -he
ftliily ha intie-- le.,oiniie nded
C'atiiliberl iin < Ci !i.tit, Re i. ny to
theiJi iiei. m-!.tors i tild fri-niD i tiin i l h
lit t a1 i-stiit ldenm iid ft)r it froiin
th;it irt iof th+ t c ltitiy. F-- ti le-
)v l ta in i!; t2r .. S1.'.i:th :tfox
-t, m. I
IMPI'(sTANI' NorTir.


i1* t- "I i ,i-t iely a t .. "i -"l l
I i ia 1 i t ) il c r 1, 1l, r r \ i 1 vcl
.1 :i hbuilJ!. w it" a ny n. i; i
It i l. Frr tir i- ;tl or.:it;ii it oIl
I- d c';if" t tl tier tie' ji;-i- i<',i"
it-- ('e lit!.l 'rra l.d- I' uuici!
1 ['f J. I JoI )l a C.'

I v. Johin H 'id..!r.. of (ire-a l-;!-.
,mt"; .. r! ii ii 'u. ieId I-':lv'- i( -,ii
!; ill to )m e.' I CAi illtiia--iz. i!-
:it,-;-iit I' !- :l p' Itive m -ilfp f r
"r '..'!iri f '! i -. :,- dl'rs ti'd."-- V.
Atr ir:- \ P'a- l' ( tor ('**n- r h s
P're- t'. r ii. 11>-l.ip M. ont.
AT:.T r I7. Ely''-" tCrpami t-tlin -i;\
-v ks I t>-,li.ve my-elf c-nre-d -I f ciu-
irrhi i. Josie: tewart. irtand -\Vt .
ln ffil". N. Y.
The Halin does not irritat- -, 1cst- *
sneezing. sold by druggi t- ;, .',)
ct.. or n'.;iled by El%" Bro-c ir. 5:
Warren St New York.

Have Your PAinti.,
and Pap-r Hanging done by up-to-
date people, in an up-to-date style.
by patronizing J. E. Ros- & Co.. No.
11 N. Palafox. Phone 32.. 24f-tf


Tonight Who is Rader?


Sam


Jones


illiam onso & 4o0.


-AT THE- SHOES,

FLG1IA OITAUlAUUA,-


DcFnMial Sprigs, F1-rida,


Saturday, March 24th.




Last g great Excursion
Ld ld f8llU


At a meeting held in the Chamber
of Commerce rooms yesterday after-
noon, Rev. J. M. Danoelly in the
chair, the report of the committee
on constitution and by-law- was
read and adopted as follows:
1. This society ilhall be known as -"The
i iLtd t'iarities (of Pet-sacola." tihe pur-
p)iio. of which is the economical, jildc'iouo,
illn I impartial Psb itance of worthy p.-r'onl
Sni pilly bhe In (diltrebs. so far as the inmean
of tilh euIc-E.ty will alloW.
2 Ti-e nimembership shall eon-ist of indi-
vidu'is. flirnm or corporation, who pay into
ihe society til,$1l. $lor *21 per anntum,
and all mIIetmbe-r- of families thus repre-
,.,qted ,Ihall be -entltled to all privili-a-es.
:. The otiicers shall tie a pre-ident. three
-vice-prefideta and a sucr-titry-tret-iurer.
whI .lihall ie elected at I lie allnIi11i 1:1i -tt'In Li
of tlie wievtyv and who %ball ftlso loe the ex-
ecutive committee of the socii ty.
j. Tiere' shall he annual ni-,tisn s f t lie
soci'-.ty on thlb third Tu,.-dily in M.ar'ch of
-ahs.lt year. nt 7::' p. min.. for tl.- uLurpol-t iil
le trmig ottiletrs; also rextilar quart rlb1
!iieetingi for public discu?.-sitn oir inforinn-
i). anid to transc I tUtenD tliLiit- Ulis Ilimy
be dfeeried neceEstry.
T'li otiffcers of thes so'ltety -;iih ll formn
the e ltxecutive committee, % Ihich hitiIll iliii%
tt'.e power to pre.-ciibe riu'-, for tihe di-tri-
btilltion of funds, to ci!l peceal ni.t.l-
ingsi aind arrange. the order to' all publ'iic
ieet-tinjs,; they -hall ailo appoint an audit-
iig e i tnm itt-e other than ttliet-ele t-l c
s-.:ing of three e i.-nliberi. to iiipe'cti nd
report up,,n thitlraccounts iv ry quarte-r.
6. A 'Uorunim .liail conli--t oi any *'-itlt
iembb.-r- of this society: Provideld,. 1Th it at
every inOting at lehstL two of tlie otliver.-
nliall ie pre!wlit.
The 'y-laws. and voimititution can it,
amended at aniv re.lultlar iii-eltinL hv Ii nia.
lority vote;Prl'ovie 1. iild antil n linient hi
t>-enli read at a previous mineet-ing and puibll-
cut ion. sett ing forth fully lihe iii.ldiiient,
hiH. been made i!i the city paper'i'
The following linamed persons were
nolintiated and elected a- ollicers oi
thle society for the en- uiiin year:
Win. l l--her, president; H. (. De
Silva. S01 ('ah11 a11ld J. W. I.urton,
vie president!: J. N. Andrew-. sec-
retary-t-r a urer.

PRICKLY AsH BITTEIRS cure- dis-
ease- o ll the kidiieys, l alis alnd
-trenigth-lie- tile liver, stoli;vi.Hi 1id
b )wels. For s ale hy Hannlilah Bro--

FI-1 E STOCK COMING.
Geo. W. Turton, Jr., will arrive
to-morrow with a large con--igninent
of Fine Horses, Mules and Jersey
Cows, which will be on sale at the
Pensacola Lively Stable. 2111,:-t
A Mu1sicale.
The senior cre-de of school N,. 1
will give a imuicale for the benefit
of the public school library onl
Thursday evening, March 2it. at
Clutter's music hall. Tickets are on
"al- at Coe's book -tore and at Clut-
ter's music store. Price (0i cent-i for
adults atd 25 cents for children.
Program will be published later.

Dr. Bull's'Cough Sprup is the safest and
ire t cutire for tlioe d(lilrous affections
of theli litt I. one--croup. %lalopi iiDz-i-'oUlch
anl inesaslt-couiiRi. Plh ycicr hs pr.-r-ib, it.
tiidreii like it., and (do-e aie small. 1Prie
2 -P t,.


A Day of Delight

Everybody Come!



A Full an npcrl Pr aiiimc:
Ill:; 1 1a. I .-J.i1.n Y. Fair, 1). D..
Georgia'- Popular Orator. D)onna
Adair, thhe Sweet Sopran)o.
2::0k p. n-. oe.-rs' Orchettria.
Hunting Scene.
3^:0I p. in.--I'v. Saill. P Jones,
"(et T"here a;nid Stay T'hler.-.
7:(il p. ni.-I;rand Concert. The
I)aveinport tQu .r'et. Donna Adair,
Soloist. Chorn- of Entire A.;sembnib-
I'aiPnt under Prof. Frank t' tayton
Thoimp.on, Director. 4Movitig Pic-
lures.


MUSIC ON THE LAKE.


The Greatest Day
EVER PRESENTED TO
WESTERN FLORIDA.


F'r h-0 e Ioiu:il Tr;p
MNY -CENTS rn -usttf celie o4r
I:iver Junction aw Intenoriediat Mtat ion-.
by ,pwl!:e l Tr:mitns. (cheapei st lind I",st l-:\-
cur-iori in tiI- W orld. <'-1IIi>KE N ':.,.
Iritiii do n iot l,',e\e until after '-:,'n g se-.--
.C 1 (ll.


~2/1i S


audit's


Made in Pensacola.
ABSOLA'TELY PI'iE.

BONHONS AND CHOCOLATES.
ALL KINDS OF BRITTLE.
POP CORN SEA FOAM.
ASK F-,l:


CLOTHING,


Gents' Furnishing Goods Department.



SPECIAL-54; Pair L:li--' Oxfird Ti. -...- 1 : ..., w
$2.25 to $3.1* *............................ .............
)o Pair- .Ladie-' Itutton Sho, -. ;, -- I to ..
771 's ... r,' "/, A'; ... .. 'K ,. -
Flo-';ant I.int of Mi.s--' A Cthil!.lr~ n'- r Si.,
Celtbrate.4 Meria .n Mak, lB ,ck .. T,4 '. l., il I .
I' to- I>D tt .t :v i...- .

Ladie-" HoU- I l-Siipper-.;t at........ .............
L'.SEE 01 R SHOW WIN1M)V 1 il: Ml1:N .- -
To Arrive Next W eek. Nt-w l.ini- l; .. i v- .u In t .' -
I urley Sttven..' M .1ik N.-Ib:i I p' *. I) ,. [

Biggest and Best Selected Line of Men: a:
Boys' Shirts in the City.

We ;ar-- nW in a 'Po-ition to O)ff r the' Piu tl," (;rif \ ,
Y.-uth-' and Blioy Clothiinir. h:iviaitI 1iI stowk v. I .
Suits to) SAlct P4 .,i:.

Men'-I Pa t- it: Endl.ess Variety fr, 11 ...........
)ur LLne tof No(cklwear C'omnpri-e- l'very S;le :I. .,w: :

o-MM 'orless. Coon & Co.* Collari; iiiid ( iill




iitillm 01)1ou011 & 011.




Buggies! Buggies! Buggies!


A SOLID CAR LOAD. Stylish Stick


Seats


SPretty Phaetons

lCAR LOAD PRlICES! sntri;: Eoadc,: .


Top Buggies


BEST MAKES, LATEST STYLES.

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

VYe- VW e will Allow Von S.-rni thini f.-r t' .it I .-.
A isn't ttlt Fiftr'.-C t -.




ililiiamll io ljn & 011.


f 11 S 01^ r !




Who is Rader? ]{

He's is the Furniture DECORATED

Man.-


Opal lassware.


CRAND


I-'


-A I -
BOWERS & KRUSE'S
Wednesday. March 28th.
*it 'l ci n ill l: i lllI

I ,- .


1 i 1 t:, ) !'i l nl- ii- ;
10t .AHt :IU.,


S)--NOTICE OUR SHOW WINDOW.


B. PERSON.
S10is South Palafox.
4-f ___ *--l ~ ~ ~ -- W i @~


C. i-t --Everything New and Clean.

*)j ---Everytbing New and Clean.


T!. -. .A I-:IrI i vs .itI I t14. C


M NIAN l IN Istr A. ..BAKER & ti r. t .
iUNIR MINI JONWf?. A. E. BAKER & CO., Propr ct r


14 EAST GOVERNMENT TREE;


< >l yv i- ;.:o t,- I t ,! ..:,
- li** i +k -. i i *,,! ',, "! -.; > '*li 1:.-
*,lit i! i t- ill ck I i, i. i i ti




' .I !" i f I li i 1 lt .i,- i I ti r f ,aji t i
I"! i (* !(Jtiol l a h'l- t) l 1 i-
i- t,, t -xar, Iv :- r;; i .- i .- w4.
Ie +t't ly 1 I,.Iv n oi o" ; i v -I i: Ilo :
tnIdito ai to it- ,', ;.;it ', i .nt:.;tcm -
in : It- v lu. va -ry e ;:ii<-l. T'i- i ::h -
tO o t w i tei ''rt- to h jiha blic ret naiin-
thi- -:iiiim uitinmic-ly: ( itu" deia, -"i p-r
ht 'tle. -ix bottles f-.r five- iIdollair.
T!y addition sp. ,ei of "itli va, i-
dire-cted euiu c:tilly to t!C i r- lief of
inll te-tio, n in it- vat i- d f iriii-
\Viti; proper el'-t ti.. letoiie, will
ciUe tl.:- w ir-t fr'r:n- of this tor-
aientini: affllition with it .u)ndred-
of obscure sympt,,msoftc-n r-ferred
tor other osrgrai tti;:i tte etomnach.
By thica addition, it- virtue a a
general topic and i:nvizorator and
blood puriflf-r. are not impaired itn
'he least. No better medicine can
be found for the lclif- of tLo-ze dis-
eases that are so) ,reva uleut ii. the
anrPi lt, mnn Ye h.


COOPER & CO'S SH01

Will Exhibit at Pensacola Three Days

r nwrwmw-rwoe il" ififf inwklm 0us 9 I"q3 *=Jnd 2'


JUST OPENED.


) Of the SeasoD. Oi:


Any and Every Style!


FRINGE OPENING

MILLINERY











THE DAILY NEWS: PENBACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21, 1900. 5


liOCAb NEWS NOTES





v-our p-111 lax.
l~t :dea.'.pay' i-irr roll lax t'i-

't-t rivwa- L .railroad
*3% dav I.4 re..
It t. P.-rkir- of X% iecux, Ala.. j- I

Marcha export- have alrea.-Iy pa~-ed
lia. ii-in durriar mumark.


TI *- .:eady lCr'a~ ; ~ !'


A i *rA & W T I e m.e- 'ting 4of dir.. Pfer-:zcoila L i-
\1 .J XM'.K. or i 'to,:rvryA-.ociatirii calbed fior Mrrnday.
J1 i zl i. l.* vd to it'lbe .ltiii.t it aw countt of
\it A t-..w. I.i -:r, u,1t(1, t c -.letd f-irr Fridayvaftf-rtlii.il .'xt. at


.1- fail i~li,. I apt. Javicnu Krvgr amid Mi-Q. lKrv
V --l N-~l. (' ro--maifar. ;-,#r :rrivfed tariiiir' from 1'-.y We-t
3- a ..iI dI!, hti- i-a.: h K lia-t ijiiglat, mumch llosdwrit their
.:' till a il.' .''r~ xii p. They po-itpont d the ir ilateiidt d
ra('~uiI -1jt tr Cuba on xteerom uit ()t Uiclt-ate-
N*--r. 4.A. I' a'- ofI.. ,-~ it 4f ir ltt-h-easoi~i.
,at~ 4',..W. i~r*-- il x ii.*tv 'ha'ze wt-re razilveiglaht def.-nxa tits iu
:i-tr'-l ..xi'IK-c iui., xN avrrr Hillixird'- coilrtthi- mmmnriihnz
0i1 W114i1r1imil fruin 4 et elit to the P c4mlllt v
M.H 1 -1Fmtakcrirt. two it k.&the-ir c--qutzir
0.I. 1h4.l ~ alaw.a-, di-chliar.ed. tiirr+-' haid soi-n
.!.lL'. 4. I. '~tl~V ~li1I......lice -ur-1wid#-d and line was fined
it'.it RH4afk I-. V!,feldx1


4 *amit -.jr-'ir!,-ildow 4*if 1 mlr4.

rjriat~t I:-W


p'idi~t-'dfir lii' Vi.,r-tirvwirm .1.1dlt~
r,thiou- ;re diiitia..t h !umtliurg. 'li
miilc~atiiooy- :tro, that t th- pjuimnatry
..1 i III w.illI............f tiii


Mother'sStoryofBaby's Cure
Of a Most Distressing Humor by the
Cuticura Remedies.


they wisely paid into the libra y
fund of public school No. 1.
J. Hugh Whito of Atlanta is a
guest at the Mer2hanta.
C. H. Houghton of Syracuse, N.
Y.. is registered at she Merchants.
Hon. Milton A. Rabb of Brewton
i. among the prominent visitors liere
tn-ddy.
W. H. McPhail (f Zanesville. 0..
arid E W. Allen of Eau Claire. \'M .
are stopping at the Merchants.
The smack Daholl sailed for the
-napper banks y tetrd-y ind ihe
Pri-cilla, Four k'rie-nds an', Florida
will sail to-day.
R. M. David;son of (Q'lncv and ('.
H. B. Floyd of Chipl,-y w#-re ainiig
thi- Floridianu regi-tered at the Mer-
chants yesterday.
R,-ub-nm Elli-. chargt-d with rob-
bll.' tl e po'toflli.e at M olinh li d a
te aiing before Colnni-"ision.r H1. c'.
I u1 ni-o this iiorliiniaatd.-wa, hblur i
.,v-r for trial in the S. e nrt.


( :-. I, li-- i- trd( at work .,.i w a ii -t ii the! hi-torry f -c:anuiaM A 1 U who OMe scalp w
; V li l I! e" il1ll t! iin ihter of |;- *'tl:1',.
ti;-.ir'.l :,*-. lli,- lunny r ,;::. .-\ ;.irty of touitri-t- -ta!,tedl to ooln w.;i- ,(uitii .' --r i itl l,ov.a it- hiring
4 i'!i: wil -i oi,,n i t. putilf-hi i d. x:a -x l sion n, tlh- l.:;y on their hi-. t y l.ert-.
.1. E. Williami-. if Mvrtle (;rovw. v.cht IDreaimlnuid City thli.morniniii;,
,- i,.u.h, thli- -rocerv buiin---. f bult before they lr-ft the wharf a 1 sk Alt aI-'it fr,'x x ..', itlrt V .a.t i'
i* mii --C.rav.v. cti* n.r rof 4C :tll i llt i inl the. boiler iand the naptha nrron t,- av ..ll..t :*- a ..a; ; ,.,,r
.i.a-'k-,in -ii ..te -. Aild I- dd ing :; ilcl ctu>L!ht tire". 'urm-ini g til-In t. i>r-t to l F17 \\ -t (.r-.i,: '-r .-r a h,.a -.
S in-Ill.'r j ne hil trip.. I I lv M t I-o.( ; l< /. w l i,'l : /!,t
Evry Dl)-mcratic vot,-r -!~hald, \\', atti r sh-erver \VWriht r,-. iv,-d l!,,n thi. kitchen-i r-,,if !-.mi -Ip:ar!'.
-*-iiit-1ii1Wer thiat he- Iu:l-t pay hi-s poli a -ele.Zramil Irhin W a-!hi,.1.t,0 to-dii y iTh1' i ,-- wa- :atoult I.0. cr.v-.i; ',l, ly
: x 1,#r l'.;s alnd I 'ityt' hy Api il 1 o :r h< ii ,ltili'in faor to-rit rlit .-trioll ii-u:raltia' -.
4 ill no1 t Ie ltitl-la tio vot', a ta!.- irt rIrly wind-, atn low r teplller-
rinia It Aiall il. ature- over Florida and tihe FoiI.aF 1 Ja Tli'- tr:1v ;i ul:V ii i k
c,, a.t. with light frro-t illn -Xtlei-llle a notei of tilhe fi-f;: th t.- ''" n, fo t
(i'.ad< l]. public -c "o,1 N l,,. 1. will N,,rthex rn Florida. Selinm:! le.v s t er, at 1.'t:4P ta.
.ve at inu-Ic.il.d at Clutt,-r' Iin "t daily and trrivH- fr.-. S-I ia ;.* 4:1
all T'I ur--daty. Marclt ",. for te- Little folk, and grown folk- will dail n :arit frb.r of p'. :-it a ,:"-
t.-ne-fit ,n the --('ool litbrarv. 'ltv all be do li.,rhted with Cooper &t Co's. from all..it the line orf rtheA So-lta-
will I,- a--i-tedi by local tale-nt. l tilroad Show which will bh ,in a lPenu-x,,ola r.iid a iriv-d i.r-- .-r-
t, ree dayv;' elngage-ent here to- .ay :ift,.rit,,.i.
Everybody i tti.-fl-d with t.e^ in- morrow. The price of adminsioni "u
-precutors: an i('terk- chi.sen t o main- will hb small only 2 1 centi for adult Th- i' v at '.- ,.ru ,u.. -
.. the ,d. miiecratic priiliriar April and 1:t ceuts for children. l nizht will bh **.Fri'rgi .-,11 : t!ior-.
i i'r a'd inartn will be ab dlute l T1'lh#e many friends herl of J. Gad-- row nigi"t. 'liTe rAn.il 1 f l.iho.rty
:ir anid imi,.artia.lly coimducted. ld,.n I'orchelr, as-i-tant engineer of Friday mn-t ne-. 'A ( eior ste -d
Maritint- q .-ff-'-t April I and Port Physician R. will regret to hear that lie lihas been MineS:" Situild.v ll'a ti littletl
4 Whitt' andl li- co(illpetentcolp- of I ordered to duty on the cutter Ruth i Lord Fatintl-rov:'y : Siatuid.av iiiLht.
--i-.talit- will .nII I-(luently hav- a 'at San Fratniisco and left to-day for' "A Rxi--iai Slav'." ~,turday
..,g *ti-a-i ;at tle quaianltitle -ta- his new post of duty. Mr. Porehler ni litt $2.'5 iil c..t wil 'ii ivei :aw iy.

M .mnil-rs of the Hapti-t church at
M. ,,tie - , T'.ul-ilt r.l ti .hli f.-tltiva l loi th .v-
*' *ii oft Alpi i I;. to wliclt aill theli ('li- -a IF yTHE--
1.il,at -1 f',,! ttllllty rllitn' W ill b1 II -
,t.. r' flA^ 0D^,ii M ,,i+,ial T.ifs Trc r'


%JLLL IL ULI. aLIAL .AttlJAAl LLIZ.


T',- ',.n- e> ol: A thll,.ti" lltu w !:l
* *-~ 1 l t pl";~llll;,rf pro!;lli oll :>: !-
: -; It-. fiail,.w'd Iy ;: c k,-
Sl iia'. at the;'. ifi- ra< l l lin T -'I, .'y
* v, aii Mlar'-;:i 27. T, 'ck-t- will i,
S, al t ",o n ( t Itov. Je:lln \Vat'. p:i-1tor of ;
-.. <-otd H lpti-t ftl,.Krc!;. w ill l,., :,!,"
I.: ux's ihum-nii- oli'-"*' Friul.a
.t 2 o'clock p. in. The plullic a.ir- iin-'
'1,-d. Theinv: "A syimnt-eri'al
l.if,-. the True Ideal. '
"G(iet Thtre and Stay Thiere' by
amnm Jones at DeFiuniak Saturnd:a.
Only E) cents for the round trip. T' ,I-
wili be omew of the great day-. at tl'-
I ,autamuniti. lI.on't miss it. R-al
: p-rora.r. iIn atoether column.
TieI r'-port uf the ta ;-lte-d II tlii- n- i^ qui( t- iitor .--
,'xI T ie t niti itiiot i-h of puil'l'
-pirited citizein- and of tht t ii',ir'Y
I.Itt IlnfIaintr enabled tileill t.o pray
ill tite ipense of ltour m1iollith- ,I
t:,, city public -o'ihool- and left th!:'u I
" i' i** nltrow ritargin otf $1. whicli


Lenlten


%- 1v.


Delicacies.


W1'atch1 This lpae(


I .of Ouir


LIst of I lprc1 ajltics. -- 7i


&


-ben, all elou fails.

~Tue~to- kt a re D ct'2'( nt9;
zII Llit adtmis?.o,, it1. 21" andiii 8i cnt.
T h 1 l11rit i 11 teanifhip Torino
wtcht iv* d tv-dav from Havana
lor.)1i..Hit ten pagsewiL.-er-.
11tir4:&r-zatttenpt,41 '-4 rt hrek into
the t"- i demic,.1)f Mr. ('larit .Johi-
'II I atIliz. bi.ut ;t ff-v pi-tol Shots


Na11twithimt'i 11d ni 1 the fact th Itt
.uriblijtr' ihliti'.' W,!- iivu l ill r-a('ltif
t s-' to.- e ity'' lu~p- i- r t1wnidays a f
till rpp"Nrhai "it-iii, 2rt! W the r'iiur
tloi jt~i-sinfmo-: Lim-atu eti i'he hetld
13~-t 111411, t. 4111Y -Ix, iin-uihrs at-
ptoutide i. ati ino) ll-i e1- rrrl'.ld be
tra&i-.xtctu-'d taO' IA intit)f ta41,iopruini.

ill-- ~-Devil's W~ell~ ..t tl;e nijur'ra
ti'-u-i titar;% v'ery 'I arr'' 'a-Ind :prllt'-cita-
l''"y'in ltiifilio-(l I)!t mlowlged and
(l.-"vpr lilirlle ~.lire wh, rvrtir-.t Iv n -
is i HI-lPiedand their SP'ciAlty woirk
i-;ui;-op-dinate. A tIlea?-in;Iz !ill will
hi- pre-e n lte~d tti-i. iiilit. sec urt'eseats
-arl'.
Amrohig the trilri-;t- at HtI E' Ve~ m-
itia y#estu id -y Wi-i 0.A. (I. C(Is" 'a lid
wiile, ('larlr-, Ci'ty,1,)w:i,, Mr. anid
NlTt-Lim. rAi- Ster'-e riot r. xandIMr'.
KEfgxar teo M --i I Illit i,(4).. M1 r-. I.
'r~iiik HAWl-r. Iatr.. H Ma-.r, Nirm.
%V. M .Ito x. H. -l-i r v. an;
FK. h-rra-t. Chic irI ii i-..1 h-'a rk, r


Ht~i. f ii

PA Diti faurlh I. f Ari:'~. i
n,,lr-a jiitetyir Iv !'fur m mtofa
li t :!, i- lh.or ttli I i'-ha --%i n cI a (i
l' rI c- vv!" k it' 1i t I*li.'j it'.it d ly-.

:d'i'n. gr' ilali( )u'
2' *If a '. Iu\ 'u ir
Wa Ln


CO.


THE PEOPLE'S STORE,


A.


Schwartz,

Proprietor.


6)--


--NEW ARRIVALS!*

O( UR first announcement of New Arniv..s of Spring
Apparel. A encrous assortment, lartgc variety
of colors and styles to select from ot Ladies' Waists
We carry all l inds; the largest assortment in the


citv of well known brands.


Amonn them the famous


When our baby was a week ol(d, eczema a)1)peare(iloil tli(' top of her
head anf l. spe~i all over her sctill), face,
and forehead,. Lorinlinigoil',iima~s of sores.
You can realize how niiiicl1 s~inutilst have
suffered, whien shte sernutr'lie,t it tines till
the blood raxinimiterinintrlerl with water.
Ouir f~unmily doctor's treatmzemit proved
inieffectuail, as the disorder, iii'tetid of
alratitimiz.de'eloperl miiore. 'Wo then
stopped all nier Iic-1I t real miemit. :111l (0111ll-
nienetri With Cr TI U1, % HM:'DIES.oi WCs
Usedlttle Ct TIr UR,1L RLI:-I ENT, CUTI-
/ URA Oinltiffllt, amid(I ClTIC UiZA so.,%v, all
~ ~ & ,- trrtces of tilh eemtC~fa listillilCtlenre. thet
~ ..~ ,. ,;kin wiilli scalp were left jierfectly clear
U, and Smooth, and i she w..i eintirely cured.

'Mv olrlectt oy. ag~e nine reir:;, wai!; tronhleoll %% ith gore-a onil itileremit Ir:rt-i
of tile ir irlv, 4'9i4'ciitlly oil tielt- Iv-.about t wenlt --four in :Al. They U*rV 31l(31"t
tit. qsu of xI live-cenit piect'. :l(l -would ft-ter veryiniuvh :ind eject : a.
TFheyi were very painful. After my bv iiOe r' rjivuee with tilte cure of imiv
little girl With i4 ITICUI(A REM EDIES, I didl not bother with tilt- di itor ill
thu I evae, *buat gave him ill-the4 tTI 'URIA t reaitijueInt which c tompletely cure-d
hint in four week-,- Mitb. E. BUT'LER~, 12S') 31r Ave.. s. Brooklyn, 5;. Y.

Sleep for Skinn;Torrured Babies
AND RfAT Flit TIRIFO M41TU.RR In a warm hath with C t(iTcrA-r'r~i r-A, and a singeap1c aid!
C;4ta'.,rr '.,t(CU114IURA 4itilJtnrlVit, Lirr':ltr-4of tCiiilijrilt *kill virerr..Thiaktreattmr'lt, :a-.j-tvd
Ill tia 4-%rv rar to Vr i4 1'TI t UR A ItIISOLVEN r, Ito i'rr I toi- lv*r:in-r' ht'I Ik! boo-, aitrrrinI iii.
,-f~tai r pvri. Iirra t. -?I for parent an-rilvvp c;for child, tialjnd pozot-. 'a -pecypr~i, lrrtrirat,
~ O.OT,,altj l rure iof t,-rIirin,~, ri-lig~uritaixirar: raa~r, il u i i vai: :lv, 10111111%
ra'-l it ted L 'in :11'all' il l iimarr-wtitih .- orf hair, '.,iertr :all il-vI' li-. Soldt liriuta-laoaa
%%.,!A O I. Pi'uL E- \TV R% It. A\ 0IN iTE It% A I. TI'l FTMI- 1'ri. Tjill' S-r, 811.25
ji.(AI is Ii*R k 14iiW, -!7--_ 4uIrrUR % iijitiivil.tt, : 4 rl,wuhit % Ril-. i'ri r, t. Pi'rrK
t sr 4 1 1M i.1%., 1'roi.,lxo', I'i.p" HoI.tCure E% erKhA ip l utii lor,'' fre.e.
%ave lour Hair with ..'.krm shampoos cif CUTI n ItSoA P, arid light dress-
ir,- 4 Curl ur*R, poir. I "f r'niorilir'ntoand greaterit rf PAkin *vme.4. ri,'i'h t irpi.,
r.-fr-.'rhitni. ,andu illexpenAsve trr'alm.'nt wilt clear tile 4CrlpanArd hair of crus~t-.
seapos, arid dajndruaff, so' ,the irritated anid itchinir srrfact-t4. stinril late thf. likir
f~lI~lit. em uppty tlt- rooto wiithen'ricy and nourishament, arid tn~kre tbehair grow


fact the best fitting Waist in the land.


dealer cr customer can dr.x.


This fact no


Iou mayforiisonic


idea of our offerings by a glance at our large exclusive
Shirt Waist Window, and they are cheaper than
heretofore by reason of our Mlotto: I I I Cml.. .1\ )
TIII'KRIInvY I\tRiL.\SI. THll EusiNIsI'.


VC ,


(Wr Centre T1ablo- we --roanzing beneath' l ia z,141411v -harr' if ul:'- New#e-t
Th!Iiiag..aiiiIiLcvs 'ai.kI lroiidtriitrif-Q.
EdF. tx. lg :ai..I I:1-4ertiuui :iiri. !EIdza..vtnimdJin-rtirn
Vatlenc i a 141ccanrd Iu'etJ ~-
r'lakhirie 'l.'rreiiiiim .f..iai- and Iti-urtiomu.


( ; f r'taurv 'JTore Iti,uan lEd-,i rig,


-A philt LninaIrvi :m il [ulserthrioi,


P'i:nt ( Sit-s i it. ()riteif,! i: ?td Pl l'1r V.1.I.:w.-.
'HIliiinit-4 HIinttlkiarEdizitur. -ix vaurd I. t wth-. wr -#:wto we, ,It r~c.


Sweepio cSale of illdisin hiderWetti!
One vLot CIiiI d'.:D r iwor-z. Ilf-mintiietit(! 'itd iike, -;iz,-- I ;atit 12, :at I Opair
S~izvs 31, 1. 5 a'id ';. rii ............................................. Iir pair
our' L.': ('lad'.t PTriminted lrawe'z at o-it Mairk.
4 )titi-'Lot C('l d '- 'Frmmii mod G(''i'- nat (C4-t NIMark.
0iie It Chiild'si Trimnint-til Skirt-& at C(.rt. rlrk.
( )u- Lot NI i-a~ve -' imnmod (irrwti.; at Owr-t Nli irk.
Oine Lot Lid i#-,' 'lriminpiod( 1irCiwml., worth efoir .................241C each
Onie Lor t ad ie. rritnniiied 'din r ic C4 Ii em .r lrth i7--wfor .......15c eachi
:Ecc zle Lot Oddls and Endsz\(:--
In Lad if-s'Ski rt-, :m 0o1 wns to 4 lo-r' 4Out at ( 'st NIark IPrice.


'4'


DeFUNIAK SPRINGS.
Two I U mrs rom ',nIIS.a- la via L. A& %H. IR.
Seat of the Florida Chautauqua now in Session
Until March 27th.
-7 -Finest Resort in Western Florida. =---
I!x!rlt--" A !'utt l i. ti ""** l '.,. W":it.r .ia !:.;I.,, .1 i C. limiate.


Td J T F"' ,%' A2: ",D A-u1


AT H'1! .i


XLAKIMG ROOM 1


(-III mr IW



5 iFORBES STORE.




IFY! MAKE YOIR OWN DRg8-

1 \\ can supply you with ever thing Iroi, Styli -'
S])Drcss Stui;s. at really moderate prices to a spool of thea i
4 or a paper ofl pins-whalchones. needles. skirt 1.tildingS 4
drcs, linin.;, buttons. anl everything else in the notion line
at lu-t the prices you feel you ought to pay.
*
5000 yds Hamburg Embroideries (on center counter)
5, 10 and 15c yard.
50 pcs 31-inch Shirt Waist Percales, 8 1-3c yard.
50 pcs Figured and Stripe Piques, 15c value 8 1-3c.
1000 yds Standard Prints (dark colors) 10 yds 40c.

Sn a rInRRI


Fcr Our Fine and extensivee Line of


Spring


WE HAI/f "HE 0- E f"N~ WANT


tuut oi,' .:' -' )11a 1.1or 1A T








Nn. 1% A',, a'


YOU. 4 all'Fkf th. -r P. 0,


Tios8. (. Ulatsop0
REAL ESTATE
Rental and Insi
AGENW T.


Goods, s


I v : :I-. I : .'f" 2 i h' ui.'n


JUST D'a'u


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2;2 i'~' ax-' o'


J. M. HILLIARD


>J9. CO0EFI'l
P K I VA. I A.


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M ai f tr :,, I iur a d I [) ..,,! r- ---

Carriages, Buggies, 1Wmgons and Drays.


R--Repairing Attended to Promptly.04
:0 EAST .GARDEN T. : : : : : PENSA('OLA,


Roses- Carnatiozis.


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i C(O I am elni the p-the hPn''t i of hu.rmint an'l IIini l 'ark ;rrlen of
** Montgomery. and on t.e- ve howiii;' nuo.ce ( an fjr;>;: an,# amrno lt of ut Fluowerf
ant I )ehiio wanted.
Carnations 75c per dozen, Delivered
urance American Be:u',es S3.50 to S$.93 per doz *i, retoored
All Other Roies $1.50 to $1.75 per dczen, to you.


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Arrivals!


LC[8 fiND EMB0IDiIS! New
E U EMBRODE Arrivals!


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21, 1900


TkheBst Food


for Infants I
Natre planned that infants
should have only milk for at
least thefirstyear of life. But
thin milk, skimmed milk, will
not nourish. It's the milk that i
is rich in cream, or fat, that i
does the work. This is be-
cause fat is positively neces- I
sary for the growing body.

ScfS IriS.Ion
contains the best fat, in the
form of Cod-Liver Oil, for all
dcicate children.
t They thrve greatly under its use.
SSoon thc weih moe mr more. i
Splay' htter and lok better. It's jLst s
fte-i .t addition to their rculr .
hAod. The hypophosphites of he
a nd shda in it arc recessy to th j
growth znd formation cf bon: ana :
teeth. .
S... . !**


enr Lt 1 11l.* IL.. 1, 1"a1 1 i !l1v %: 14, 1 .-
la I #. l Vs t1, .1t h It? -44 It 1: 't 4-Ow 3: V
Uniiii-41 t atle. #4.. .ih.~- l3 :'.ti.'3 v!:
el Ito the forwairdI .i-t 4,1' the ':11114i

jtetwevu Ot- gr ~r~ui.;ngtet'stlh(of th~ii.-i
etoiA V.sa-4 a t ui.ar~ttv. aStitt It )iv !:It
adorned its o dinic okthll. 1 he car Wi
rather rinowdtd. and the other pis-texI-
gem,. fio'st of whoifi weret neti. gz4
In ojieu mouio#-4 tl 2t4'flhishuet itt Ittt.'
strange slieetacle. 'Ilie two y..uxig (s1l
lows. bowever. pretended to lve iilivofl-
scious of their surrn4tndI rigs ,n(] hlwd
Puch econver-se V. ith the tkvlet't4Use
"Too had You didn't wear yoior na
tutfot~h. 1111 Fi n fra!'1 you'll 4mt.-h
your cigaret?.' or the e(4nuMcuir .1put

forithe- fares. ,s:w ,* f'the vounit& ilii
liawi.edI hiiL I-, Cinit'. ItiA L4,[rangit)4 I
I hrve 'far-s" -iwit a w. ri c' ct.i.'rj
ainent. At I 1 .\ite4th ST1*t a vtii'.o 1 1;.,
girl en'' !.iI Iht carr It t s -.ieIr, 'untl
for a s..,!t. ''li.'r'. BI'."1.4X r;nISi.

13J'l4-1 lit- y '1ant fle'" 711'. sk. q'Pt svf :*.z
Wifre :1ihd "-,-I it onL his Li's- '1be iI
f'orni aAll! Il%! T,'i R~t t::- *' ~ :,1

gazing r#'prt us 'h !"ullizoI lt i.' kolvct'.4
10t .4 (IZilio .1 ]:tit vs intUI" 'FII'n (-,,
cir3 body -i:~c.- V1'hJ24eJ('h:.. Re"-

Another 4(hasugze Likely.


071111. nfl I don't thzink- tlic carol's vv-y
!,It for htur.
M i.s .: -o-ZI h, 1.I .4 ;-.tvt:.N

Ii .r licrr ti iv N'.;i'~'litiz ('ar,]Iz. Slhe 411


!ii ne. in ('rnin.-my ntn o. L3111. I ::' N 14 I e-
r;.ohs are afflie'te.i iwith e(ousunipltic 11
mud i2!w.(N n Anifriea thave it at all
ehu4s. 1Professor 11irsch pronownece it
*eMphatiently a disease of all times, all
countries and all u'mc.s.

A. 11. UP Fl-'Intit. editor iof tie
*h,uirptc. D/ o\ It--titsaii. Olio. !..ufft er.d
for au iuneho-r of teiii s ifofi Tetipltuia-
ti-iii in hi-; raichi =t-ulder aid -ide.
He !zays: -My right srm at tim.'
w~a Peitir,-y u-el.?--. I tried (2hitni-
beorlam'n' Paiin Wslr, anid wtas -ur-
pri-ed to receive rolipf aluir'ist imre-
diately. The Pamn Balm has bee-n a
c401tisant rf~mpaniono of mine evor
since Mud it trevvr failp" For "Ile
bo' Hannah B-os.. 21 h'Sout~i Palafox

At ('.V ttitinlup.sit.
('rvie"!aILadieu' Note Paper. anid
EnveI141pe' s tmIatch.
Camnbridg~e Lim n and Ei.veiopp-z.
Hurd%, Parchmetit.
Invii..tii'u Pai. r an~d Enii.-li spes.
Fron.t. i Vet'im st ad Etivs lI''-c.
Enjjl-ii Note; Sitin Werev: it-
Pit;" r: eniii-on'- (Ctrel~. Etc.. wit ih
geu-livial 4-4i n.- ?;t .i-r
C.. V. I ii'i'
No'.:-Wi144111t h Pa laftix $tIet t.


Medical Smctcry. Attention.


There will be a regular me.t
the Pen-nacla Medical ,,(ri,
the Board of Health ofitee
o'clock p. m.Tuesday. M:,r:' :.
Visiting physicians are cor
invited to attend.
D. W. MC.MILLAN. M.
Pre.
E. F. BIm''c. M. D..
Recretarr.


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d all .


THE CAROLINA REPUBLICANS
State nvenllonz I .IAslo At Co-
lunib -Tr'k-t tti It* Nameid.
Coi -.mBIA., S. C.. March 20 -The Re.
pubi'an state convent n a i in session
iere It is compose,' w: about 300 ne-
Kroes and a dozen white men. All of
hi lAtwer are federal ofli-enoiders or
wadlt to b" The -coimmnitee on con-
(tested e.e;-'ican La- bt-e i. se1: rion hear-
n a ;it Dl.I.s IroUl eever -. 'uin.es. Tae
efr'wes un'se.'r litv .9un'.1 Mo are
con ;'s IU se- ts- a.,owedi bv Is. ma-
cnine uni-r rtu rn.- af E' A. Webster.
rt'vr-uuC c o- tior. ain, J. Y. Ei3bor, post-
ma4wer ":- tui,4 crly.
1 fere w... t)o- a tatri ti'k-t ru: out Ia
a tm -re IrinlJt;tv iu irde( r t' o;. : teieral
pa'lriuiae :;f tie .mpubll'e'an'i wia.


DEWEY WARMLY GREETED.
S..v A.I go l I'.1 -,r, a <'t a rd I, WeIc.-e lono
t, i t-r of )t,,,in..
', ,',\ .I, Mircn ,'.--It looked for
.A i r It :;-: ;.t; t e eutltertalumin ta ; oi
-.':u.rai ans:l I..i'. Diwer wa to be
m.ar. i rv A i wexi:ar Tue day be-
:.tAi c...):,.v a: ; wita ra:n. but at no'n
'..e. i t : a 1' i in',,ruing drive
an i r i ...-.n-oi w-.t,. but at 1.
to' o !;e ii ::l .1 A Wi(U a committee
,It C tzi u,-. b ariei ,:*.* revenue tug
H%:,I.. u: !.,r a trip i iwn tlue river.
1 c.:- ani3 v,-"e.is iu the harbor
w :r i -- ir '' rn ; a'i -'. .
Mr. l)D-.%, v i ,t,i" entertainei by a
.aVC I -:;.il.tt'-. ':t'-re wi.l be a public

An Odd i.aw.
1"n : o': : ::ni f.r ,ii,::p yrmon of
:* ; i: T- I fT1':iIYiin. h:i to 4'n-
',- ; ;' ,>i *,:',.;:;;:. ':. y-t in the ,n'n tn of
P.' s,'i l; iw is in eff,'ct. Every
I.IPII ;:a S :i 'z, ,:':;aI ld i!;: sT ost '\'e in 1.i.*
S ss ,arilny if ih.' ho pi!ysii.ally <.eapnlle.
anI if '.- loo n:,t physicallyy capable lie
nmust p1a;v what is called the military
texemiptioi tIax. In the ca(nton oof erni
a ri'idly enforred law is in effect which
prt..ihtls a person who has not paid
this tax from e.:tering any of the vari-
ous beer cardons and saloons until the
tax Is paid.
This law is e-allol the "wirtshausver-
hot." The government says that if a
man has money to spend for coffee.
beer or liquors he must also have
money enough with which to pay his
dlbt to the state. At Intervals one may
reoa in the local official papers the list
of names of tho from the gardens. The law cannot
prohibit a person from obtaining liq-
uor through tho l tervention or help of
a f:-i.nd. but the privilege of dropping
Into a favorite resort and hobnobbing
v-it friends-a to oe\,ry Swins-must bf' fregone.
The law is effective for several rea-
FouI. The military exemption Tnx is
anill -it is generallyy paid -and the or-
dii:;:.y lIa.-anit doe's not like to see his
name publicly lriuted.-Chicago Rec-
ord.

'I tlhii.k I would o crazy with
p:iin wv-re it not I-or ('hambnrlaiiin-
Pain B:im'." write- Mr. W H. Sta-
plt,,n, |i-itl iille, Pa. "I have lbn
afll.U'ted with rh.-umin.tti-li forseveral
yt-jr- and harve tried reliiedies with-
,out nuliiiber. but Pain Haln i; thep
be,.-t Inedicilie I hav e ,ot hiold of.'"
ill p application rli--v-s tit. p;lnt1 .
F-.r -sal- by H:niiAh Br.-,.. -1 S. P'al-
af xx tr'et.

I.iISLATIVE-: ('ANIT7E-4
And Delegatea (a the C un-y '>'onven
lion at Poweil.on, April I I.
F.I' ll'-wini are the (and da.ten fe r
tle legi-latare ani, tthe li't of de-l -
'gate- to tle- c.i ouity den. 'critic cin- -
v eitino at Iwh ltlon. April 14. en-
dors(-d by the Workinginen's D )-io-
cratic club:
For slie I* giilature.
C(. Moreno Jones..
H. ('. Clopton.
Inoleaate" to C('ouniy Conveni ion.
Precinct 12-H. H. Wicke. F. R.
Pou. R. A. t'redil;e. Win. Carini-
chal-I. Tho-. (I. River I.
Precinct 13-J. 1-. L. Quira. Ar-
thur Jhn-o,. J. C. Aver.\, J. Whit-
ing Hargial, JJ-. L. Sw#'>ney.
Precinct 14-0w- Eitzen. J. E.
Raare. A. F. Z-liuis, H. (U. IDeSilva.
Ja-. O'Brien.
Precinct 15-Thoz. Johnson. John
It. Jones. F. E. Commyns, WV. A.
Duthain. H. A. WVaters. 14m-tf

Comfortable mattresses,
pillows, etc., to go with your
new furniture. 1'ou can
buy the uwh'le outfit from
.ifarston Finch.

11 i 1: 'cam ,ifa 'ouifty t":r u:t ',)-:**: F'r-t
.Itd:1 i l 'i tr'u t, t. ;;at ,f e lt i ida.-
C.. M ,'K r /it '*" it.i.'. d 1ls 'l'
hoi,-r it, r a MceiKfl. /i,
,ill ; I \ :' .Ia"'yti>-' -L .
"'1 ta' ..,s*'. f "I T. '' s r.;iii I ll. 'r sli'* .
l i ;;'"'- i .'. 1'- ** ?h4 i' .- Iat I "as t l. !r

\.. r s .t s ;' i I s I I.I 1-:.
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. GUGfEIRM'S


Coffee: Coffee::
We call tMe (af eniion of
the general public to I'he
fact that we hare one of
the best equipped oi-tsfers
in the South, and that we
can furnish this delicious
beverage at prices that
defy competition. We also
wish to remind you that our
Coffees are always fresh
from. the Roaster. While
others are old and have lost
their aroma, ours is fresh
and delicious.
.New Orleans Grocery Co.,
J.4S. .M'HUGH,
Phone 105. Proprietor.


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


OPERA HOUSE.

0 NE --M EEK!- .K
C ItM ENC I"(;
Tuesday, March 20.
All High Cut Shoes inI ,
Men's, Ladies', Misses' t
Children's at reduced ,
prices ... 2a lWi MIl-iilI Co

Wilter S. BJdmino Micager.

PR1 1 1 S A8 A '.WAY.
A special SacrMatine o and e c -.
Night, 10. 20 and 30 cent-i.
:)-' Pairs Ladies' Vici Kid Fpring
Heel Button and Lace Shoes W
for only
FOB STEAM DIVISION
SPENSAOOLA ELECTRIC TERMINAL
1 RAILWAY COMPANY.
Trains leave Pensacola for the Little
SBayo, Palmetto Beaob. Warrlngton. Navy
Yard and Fort Barraneas at
1 2 5JO a. 0m.arrive at Fort Barranoma 7:16a.m
10:00 a. m. arrive at Fort Barrancas 10.45 a.W
l.-O0p.m.arriveat Fort Barrancam 1:46pm
REitULAR PRICE $2 I(0. 8:80p.m. arriveat Fort Barranea s 4:15p m
6:16p.m. arrive at i1ort Barraneas 7:Ip m
*:009p m. arrive at Fort Barrancae 8:46p.m
.. Traine leave Fort Barran"ca for Penss-
cola at
7:0 la. m. arrive st Pensarola...... ":15 a. w
11:00 p. m. arrive at Penacola........ 11:46 p. m
Gentlleen, *:00 p.i.rrlveat Pensacola...... 2:414 p.m
U 5.n0 p m arrive at Pensacola 7.45 p m
7:00 p. m. arrive at Penuai la ...... 7:45p m
DOn't Mis It' **: 45p. m. arrive at Pensacola ......... to30 p.m
SDofl t IU t. *m"urdavs only.
In effect Dec. Ist, ltSA.
A HORT TIME: NDAY CEDUD..
THE ONLY TIME, Leave Pensaota. Lv Fort Barranomw.
Sa. m. 0 a. m.
AND CASH TIME. 11 a.. m.
p. m. 2 M.
p m 8 p.m.
Men's Genuine ('alf Tan Lace Hand p.m p.m.
tp.m 8p m.
Sewed Welt for only 5p. m. A p.m.
4 p. m. Tp.m.


$2.50.
IlEGt L\R PRICE $35i.


V4Rg pR WERK TDAYTH.
P(nan')cola to Fort Harrafncas and rotvrn 4Me
P..-na.cls to Navv Yard and return ..... S
Peusaools to Palmetto each and return l60
FABl FOMu URIDAY
?enaoeols to art Harrances NSavy
Slrd and rt rn ..... ... ...... ..
Penmsools to Palmetto REach and
o etnr, .... .. ........-_...-..-.- 1b
N froteht r,-', :v-d arft e- .:i v. m


Don't Lo-e Time and go About
Priciz.: We Still Lead as the Low-
e-t Pl ic'e S1.,- li,

. ..

t KIDNEY DIwSEASES T -r 1 *


VIDAL & SMITH,


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Sole Agents !or Celebrated YELLOW LAB-:: :.
I--other High-Grade Whiskies. _O

PROPRIETORS OF THE OFFICE SALOON


F. C. ilwtlN!,
i're--ai.-za .


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First National Baink

OF PENSACOLA. FLA.


WM. H. KNOWLES, W. A. BLOUNT. F. C. BRENT, W. K. H YE K. JR
D. 0. BRENT,





A"We draw our own Bills of Exchaune on Great Britain, Jr- ..
Germany, France, Austria, Italy, Holland. Pain, Belgium, Rua:, :.%
way, Sweden, Denmark and other Eurovean countries.
lWVeesels Disbursed upon the Mo et favorable Terms. and s r
'Obligations Taken Payable at Port of Destination Ten or Fifteen L .y.
iftt r Vessel Arrives there

CVSafety Deposit Boxes for Rent in Connection
with whion we have a Private Apartment for the UM
.vf e euI*a'm


Cold Weather
Coming. .,,
ordris a :I' l I. t; :!' u r, :> a "
t, s(I-nap a n ;i ..;. -%%in. n
> t* n l % l *u >c : r i" 1r ,;-**.
o" :' ini)t ,I i r; ., -.- 1- r-at :..t> p


I' Ik


TDPompso Olsetr 0 L:


Coal and Wood.


Telephone No. 147.


at. I Itch i roa1 "r t


THE ORIGTF &L *


:T. LOUIS


A. B. C.


BEER.


J. VIDAl Sole Wholesaler.

f I lii3lE3. BR1DIES M illSt, IIlPOSTD 110 0t01E3
Pall JoCes all Ece S3rings Cclebratci Whiskies.
TRY I BOTTI NLf IttI RT OIIC.
APHONE 164. : : : P. 0. lOX Im7
JUG & FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED
Free Delivery to Any Part of the ('ity.
I "Ail orders left at The Ome. Vidal a maitb, will '- "--*' *
atetnd'd to.



WINHOP& GO. CRINiiSERI MBAl'

II*9 V HCPE LODyE. No. 2571,


Chinese and Japanese Monday, April 16. 1000.


*=Fancy Goods,=*
FXNE CHINA TEAS.
N< I l South IPalar-x hrreer.


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\ KNK LI(N I


~)G G0LAYAY


N)TO TLl; ri-mu.
I i.1viiju-t rci i'dii-eei : i ia of
All kind-; of eandi,-. anid ~ii ila
vtery rvaso imi I.;.- prjt st-..
M. M. Lir,'4r, 'ent- '"-r *.rc
C hiocola te lDrs -. 1 ct '1-.r
peountd.

All IFaI c v M iK Id 'A11ni V. *!'-- b-t
per' puotiid. C~ball itd -c -f'r'.ur-


are the most fatal of all dis-
eases.

El CVI9 KIDNEY CURE Is I
ULEI Guaranteed Remedl

or money refunded. Contains
remedies recognized by emi-
nent physicians as the best for
Kidney and Bladder troubles.


71w Ud Cpsues mspeforzl*is -.4.Twl-r-d' :6 ai2 to ivk-t
to I'alsam of Copab, d''' or-Iii- -aaL a ,
(VibebSand Injoetions. -[;;f yriiertraml. -fI-s r 11111lar inurn&
7ley cure in 48 hocxuthe tU~nlm alll.V to
rnoe"it j tora a.


Grist and Corn Meca1 r.-iIs,
M. F. GONZA'AZ At 43. Fro:)s,

CHOICE ME, %1, ANI) ri I:'--. ('lt()'NIJ



try. Yo'i1r tmonoy :i i.!t ta to --''rnri~l'wy
aridyou an turn are rd.. '.-,.:ed -
in foeiseri aw the. ijons" .rwi '4't* ire-I' you


E a-1.1 r- .!.'-. : I, -
'tero.!y c' a-*u:

Geo. Pfeiffer, Aet


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- lniport-:* an,, ,.-alers in-


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GIZAND 1ACURS:ION


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21, 1900. 7


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SCheviots,

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SAND NEAT

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(1 Worsteds, 1

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:6 I OlTl 72 a ia525ERE


TURNS STATE'S EVIDENCE.
Sergeant ( iGldet Will He Put Up by
the Prruecutltii.
Loi'.vi-..v'. March 2J.-The stories
growing out of the conference between
Sergeant F. Wnarton Golden of the
Barbourviile company of state militia
and the attorneys who are managing
the investigation of the atsasinatioa of
lGovernor tioebel have caused a seub-
tion tnruuxhuut the state.
Whtroni wil be placed on the stand
by tle pruecutio:o in the trial of the
persona already arrested for alleged
complicity in the assiUation. but itlor.
motion as to the exact nature of the
testimony he st expected to give is iack.
ing.
1 lhry Pay t, t Rent.
"TL ir, is.'" s.tx a iravelr:. "'.a tok.h"
.: i.iiz w!i, < ih they have lit Quiiet''n -
xx,,Vh. Ire';; uln It is t here e stioamiers
i,.k 't th:e in:iil.. which canii lea ,
l..,i,.tl' 1L hours later than the lboaits
,l,, I..v rio -l and overta!ke them there.
I 'r.- u'intly. l.howv.c'r.r dlla.ys >cur. anti
tl:q .i Thle J ektl4 fiijt rs kill tllie '' going
; .h::'.. and t!i. l nat.-e is always in
\:il 1'- sell them* shillalalahs and other
:i ;hc-i. tl' h ias b41g oak Jewelry. canes.
i \l liii ;itare si-iep, ,' to ; i ri S' ::* f Ilp- shlil lal. .'. a.ire wont!ler-
f.l ;';..1 x;. fuil t,, look pipoIt 1id1 have
t 1..'r'r .', pI:, l ;: k. ini t ih I x'lW,;: y
T: i! l:i itt;< trav et l' ile I Isa\ tpl,' t
i a il fulh .'.:x !:i-li Ls ill dl.:au
, C \\ :t i: it ',e iettit2 L:it .., ].' \0 'ii it. It xa -: e, h, xt\ v
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DAILY MARKET REPORTS.


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    RES:TAUI'lRANT-- 0 Y b.* 2'


    AStrong:Fortification. I THOUGHTS FROM RUSKIN.
    Fortify the body against disease We are n.it ser.t into the world to do
    f l- anything into whic(.h we cannot put our
    by Tutt's Liver Pills, an abso- he ts.
    lute cure for sick headache, dys- ore a snare Set by the
    14.,*nds for h,;;: -,I) f:'.ty thui t belief
    pepsia, sour stomach, malaria. t ,,t a ,, ..:,..s a c:..,i-, e hn..-
    constipation, jaundice, bilious-! Tw" :'M ,,,' ,: i. ,.-,n. f.r .:;e
    who *'n lp it. *e : *.! t e-' Iial *|ie-x tiu f.r ,
    ness and all kindred troubles. Ii it. -.! tL i l ..I',,n ,
    individual :,Iid fr inatil,, i- it,., "I xw
    "The Fly-Wheel of Life" ,"h t1s., n'il.','" l.t -"To ,. hat i,;:r-
    pose .a I they piend'
    Dr. Tutt; Your Liver Pills are I .nv ir- mi'y i. tii p::!'ii; t,-
    the fl hheel of life. I shall ever il. ,1,gt i:!itll itLeIm ii! a t1-I ha it-ni
    be grateful for the accident that 't'w il nth, ;ttiig -.:.,1 -p.enting. but
    i lihen it is ni -t tihe rii.'pie:tl ( otject it and
    brought them to my notice. I feel all other thing;- will be w:l gt and well
    as if I had a new lease of life. I
    J. lairl-igh, Platte Cannon, CoL E COOKBOOK.
    SLiver Pills A dirty coffeepIt will spoil the stron-
    u L ver gest inusion; so wash a, d dry the coffee-
    ......... put each day after uise.
    Lettuce or celery may be kept fresh
    DAVIS WILL OPPOSE DELAY. 'nnd crisp for several days tby wrapping
    in a cluLth wrung out of (old water and
    Will Urge the Farly Ratificatlon of then Iinning thie whole in a thick news-
    the French Treaty. ijaprr.
    WASHI1XOTOX, March 20. Senator When you have finished frying, allow
    Davis, cnairmau of the committee on the fat to ctxsl a little, thet pour it
    Sma o the trogn h a gravy strainer into the proper
    fore reliti,,ni and in charge of bowl. Thus any llo.e rumbs., pieces of
    the Frea-h reciprocity treat y, States batter. etc.. are taken away at once.
    lhat, notwithstanding the parp.a! Try lpotatoes lIbilingi with a sharp


    to extel-t tIU. time fur the exchange of
    rAtitficatiuns, he proposes to do adl he
    Lan to uobam ra.titeation durino- the
    present ses.in)U.
    TLC ,uaunatr is preparing a careful
    statement s' owvig tue aitvautag.-s to
    Amiri -aiii lunteree.t wtich wili attend
    ttwe o.Ceraz;lno ot the treaty. The sena-
    tor wli .,-t torth tnut tihe treaty is a
    fair b1ar Aln for i-,tt powers.
    No d.iut" exit-4 at tie French em- I
    bs,.-v of tzi- wiitm-n'n-4 of tne govern-
    lueLit ito X 'e i i t- ntim o; ratitiLation
    fur mue yea~ i.,u;.iJeO j
    tI' ili ii r.th Iono A r-i l Ini-<.
    \V'-i;:N ,;TI'N, M irh 2.J --Mr. Snlzer
    in ikn- l tu e ueiivvreie a scatuln"
    denouuc-itieur of the adiu.nistratiou's
    pro-Eng ish cour-e; charging that it
    did norltiill without the consent of,
    I) iwniug tree; that the action of Sec.
    retary iiay was taken on the sugge
    tion of Ljrd Sailsbury.
    1-..<1e( filllm .1lte.
    WAI.HAL.1.A, S. C., March 19.-Fred
    Tartgen, a prominent young mau of
    this place, committed suicide Saturday
    by shooting himself through the head.
    IOUll SALI.
    At a;i Ir aiM 7, ;iorr '>l ifi r
    ft lie'. ;ti l (, c iltiv iti0 i.e i ithe i- la; ef-
    wCC ill:I a .I of :Ti iril,' rtti 4i C( o'r-
    dt ua Palk,. w 4wli 4-rt- .ii i I--, lii>i i
    :.ii ; ,', C -t a i";e -. I ittf F,"* ,I.
    til! the-r inittlDritatli. aiiply tee \". K.
    l iilni-: ei ICl.i .. i. libui--
    snii A- rn,., city. l lI

    DURHAM Cigars are
    the finest 5 cent smoke
    Try them at D'Alem-
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    thin bl:led knift. '1'Thy will not slip
    apart as tld.4, l,, when they are triedl with
    .a fork. which :nets like \v.1 l e. and they
    will nut show where they ar pierced.

    DROPS OF WATER.
    The huge goeyers in the groat Yellow-
    stni.- p,:ir;k ae ;:til :; in' t o l wvly b .,be ,m-
    In 4 I l;haIS c'Ed.
    ,-c',rt )lI-rvatioii < indicate that the
    t'.,' i* -in, \ri v f;ir ;iv.ua wl n'i the
    I i.:il 'al \v I!I bIe tI othiii but a dry salt


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


    ITH


    AVO RIT


    Place For Pensacola
    Buyers to Buy

    Choice Family


    GROCERIES


    -IS AT--
    The Well-Known,


    Up-to-Date


    Store


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    TIME TABLE.

    LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.
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    0-PROPRIETOR OF--o

    CRONIeS SSILOON
    o--DEALER IN-o

    Imported and Domestic Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
    JUG TRADE A azr AT-TY.
    Corner Belmont aod Devilliern Sta. PENMACOLA. FLA



    McMMIlan Bros. Co.

    Coppersmiths,

    5 General Metal Workers.

    &SILL. Maufutacers of aid Hadquarters for lt

    Celebrated McMillan Seamless Turpentine Still.


    MOBILE, ALA.
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    --:OPPOSITE UNION DEPOT.oa

    W. C. NORMAN, Proprietor.


    Telephone No. 46.


    If /ou areready to s. to H:NT (
    house-kee pin. et .varston IE$TZ & G O1' ---,THE CHOICEST AND MOST POPULAR BRANDS OF--
    < Finish/ futrii.is ol'/ our i houisem mo W Ia %0l l 0-122A
    for you. They ,/1 llsare touyw --120-122-@:
    i;on;ie. Your" credit is OOd E. Government Street, I !
    vith them. TELEPrONEr 26-


    YOUR HORSE,, ----. "te.
    if utcring from an enlarLement c an Iuiklv
    put on :iis 1(tt. No, n ed to blii r or fire.
    Dhe enlargenint will be quickly a.- orlA:d by

    Sloan's Liniment.
    N t fin k it to c or teln lon,
    'I t killa 'w ,i r o r .plint.
    l I i t tlnon I,, Itmore-.ri'-


    P. Pare. by DR. EARL BLOA I S Boo aM. M., V.A. 1Dea ,T ,1 n 1trly.


    TB: OUlBIfIAL T IITCY 3n 1 nRRiLn I
    I elti biilu fit Adluo theuf~ work


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    A. FRIEDMAN, Prop.


    AGENTS FOR

    High-Grade Liquors.
    .-1I.\I El1 11lKO P';1 VA.\! I: TO'I CK I;EN II.AIDIN S0L I M.\ --H.
    VI-.I Y FINFI: 1I hIt.IM.\N ('-iENil ll F.Hi D .1' 1(. K F -' O.\L' ( I,1): <>I,I) SILK VEILVET' KEN-
    1 (KY'VS P'ER1E-'; I)N OF I'I IITY. AND
    I,,1)S "F lTHt'I;1R.ANI)S" \VHI(CH
    ;'.\ACE WI1!, NOT PER.M IT
    TO'' '!NTI IO)N.

    d[ 'Tl" i,' t -, .... i;. <* '..':,.,! ,t ;.,ck ,f P,,,ttl, W hi-ky :!rxd
    \ .i* i F ttii y I e.
    THE JUG TRADE IS OUR MAIN SPECIALTY.
    g 'Al-o A ',-it Itr hie l-'.inu P.b-lt Milwaukee Beer. F're )eliv-
    -ry t.) e-v-ry a'.tr ; e Cf tI I "ity.


    IIENS-ACOI)[.%. FL'A.


    Telephone 7.14.


    -:: BEERS, ETC., -
    II WOOD AND GLASS, LARGE OR SMALL QUANTITIES.


    O IE AGENTS FOR


    BRlOO)IH1i4I4 SOUR MASH.
    DIAIRLYMAID) VJIlmKY.
    ATIL A NTAIt ItP; W IN~'0CO MIPAN Y S
    ('ELFAIIRATlEI) BIE1L- K tvi-s.% 1.xj-ieir.:


    H. H. WICKE,

    Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter,

    No. & South Palafox Street.
    All Kinds o. Plumbing and GOa< Fittings Materials Kept on Hand


    %WLIjPHONFI U2f


    PF YICMA(W~IDA4 SI.A


    SOMETHING NIEW

    *iEVERY DAY"



    HALL & KLEIN'S


    Mammoth Retail Grocery,

    502-504 SOUTH PALAFOX ST-,
    T"lozlzoxo 000.

    Ug Patrol,-, Ne-w iand Il d, :iar (''rdiallyv Invi.t, A to V\'-it atd in-;,. 'e
    th-ir Iioicn-r-ne tStock.


    A. M. AVERY,


    (fammun of Awmp #f Wovsta)

    Delmonico Hotel and Restaurant larcw Aware,

    ALL ORDERS SERVED ON SHORT NOTICE Iron, Nails, Axes, Shovels, 8aw Mill and Steamboat uappiles, Cooking
    AT ANY TIME AT REASONABLE PRICES. and Heating Stoves, Paint, Oils and Window Glass,

    .:: Booms far Rent by the Day, leek or Month. Agate and Tinware and HouSeftrnsillng Geoos.
    Guns, Pistols and Fishing Tackle.
    31, 132 North Tarrratln Strt, Oppositei sise DIspit. o lol d Fill Tak
    0-Telephone 68.-- j AGENT for Birmingham Rolling Mills Company, Revere Giant
    ---*GEO. WILSON & CO., .---- Stitched Belting, Northampton Emery Wheel Company, Laftin & Rand
    n Wi Powder Company, Johnson's Kalsomine, Iron King and Buck's Stoves
    Don't Forget to Stop With thFt Man. and Ranges, Wm. Coups Co.'s Raw Hide ,ace lather, Masury's Ready
    FRii VIGFUARITStF WIWlVFI DIllY Wil0FiOllll I TIl areailroand oln.


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    8 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21, 1900.


    Tb K*eotkky emuntsllsme*s.
    There are no more strikingly Inter,
    esti people In America than them
    isolated mountaineers, who make their
    homes generation after generation
    among the fastnesses of the eastern
    section of the "dark and bloody
    ground." The waves of civilization
    which swept westward along the St.
    Lawrence, the Erie canal and a dozeu
    other routes seem to have found at this
    point in the Appalachians an Insur-
    mountable barrier and rolled back.
    leaving the descendants of the pioneers
    of a century and a half ago with many
    of the sam.; habits and customs and
    traditions dear to the hearts of their
    torefathert.
    A uman who kows the whole country
    as a child does his thirt picture book.
    told me that if any person t:MIk th-
    trouble to go through a copy of Shak-es
    peare and p. k out all the obsoe-te
    words he would nLd nearly all of them
    In comnmol use among these mountain
    folk. In the-r phraseology we tiunl
    "iolps" fror *help." *Iit*' fur "'!-" and
    other words w-i.h+. far from being ,cr-
    ruptions. are the pure old Augbl-Sax:n3.
    Even th'ir ballads are memories uf
    ages gone by. and I know of onet man
    who, after riding 200 miles thro(u:h tihe
    moiuntaiins for the purpose. tiunaly pi'k-
    ed up, from hearing the wonW.n s.n:
    them. the full 13 vercsos of nin ol'.
    Scotch hallad whici proved to) 1bo idl n
    tical with those rcourd,'d in a ,l.m:y
    hearing the ,hre I.53.-lnterunati,.al
    Magazine.

    Story Eof a ,%lae.
    Tro be mudnii l':.tid ;Ti. f *I 's '
    year- hy ttl c!aitl- i 1-' i- '.
    wor-& forni n f -lrI--i, v. .i-r'.r. I,'.

    t-ll- !)>w -.u '!< *h -a i ., ,1o
    fr... He- -. : **"Mvy 1 I .* ,
    -o li*-l(ie- f,,r liv.- \-.,;- ,.. -','
    could ioIt turn ov r i'n lI-d *i"'
    Aft,-r u-ing tw., ,.tlt-- t I- i tr.,'
    Ititt-.-. -he- i- wviondi fully n:;,: v<
    .uio aibl.l, to( d, h r .,wn wi .r I.' hii-
    -U uu1 r dy f.>i f. "; > :;-* -
    quick I c'. !:* 1r t ,i-i. .* -


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    MCOITI NBD AT VBTBMANS
    Diviahm Reunion Here April 26
    and 27
    ARRIVED. HEADQUARTERS FIRST BRIGADE,
    Pr t.s U r'ul', rngatt i.Coode. Tampico, FLORIDA DIVISION, U. C. V.
    to 4.u1f T'Ianst Co'*
    Hr a- Tormus. 117: Penwill to (.ult Tran. Special order No. 1.
    '.it co The attention of the camps of this
    A1L.1,. brigade is called to the action at
    onrk H>hflv...r Ander.. 6 .onndn DeFuntak Springs. March 17. with


    ItL-.~ tp rarrowdule. Patter!,un, Lube-k
    I 110L previufid,

    AT 1VARANT1199.
    Nor lok 1.u:ske. I'I$ Loreutwra. London. t
    I'eu -si u aLumxber 4 su

    THE JI1PP1NGi.
    VEM&KILLS 114PORT
    6TSAXANZPh.
    -pan Erri -tc, 9.4. 4rmuiccit-:1, ti' VW 1
    Ki-vL.-r & 4 o
    M. HKiplitiel-vi. I'l.l. J4whibnbOn. to flensa-
    Coln I.u titlist 1t".
    Itr salopm.Jttn .I -. Hur~ge!- to l'ei-acoh
    Lu 111 be ". Co

    Rlu. &i~lunitiu'.. l7'.urchmria. to) .WI
    Nor t& irl "..~~ -~I,,t IH

    (;"r Itfl'I~i 11 ".~'tnof'.to i1l ar,
    louliwosI"A'-
    W.'. 41Va 4 A
    Nor ~o-.''.Evenst-e,'. *z 1 11 IHoyv'r
    I1 C40gial14. II l:.. Pa. r.-noltks to K46i,.(o
    Nor 4 finc silia. 1%"!. H .'. n. !L)ord. r
    it Di.-I ~v.i zir11- 7. 12.0 adretil, it) .prdr
    Nf,( I' t t2 .*tl .1*-, .*. l I 4i116d-.6is to rt '?'
    \sw 41 ::. .'' N sI' *94, IL. -'.i l or
    Njt it.-.'. 7 we-: Pu t v t o M1 o"'s.ri! -

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    reference to the election of a comf-
    mander.
    The camp-i are urged to -:-end .e
    gates to the division reunion in thi-..
    city on the 26th and 27th of April
    next, when the brigade will hr e-
    pected to elect a commander for tm a
    year.
    Let Ls h ive a reApre~erntat ive tl'elP
    every lain?), zasthere art- mitter-i f
    importance to be cow-id.'re-I. the:
    same delegates can be decred.11-i .o
    the division and brigade, the Corn1-
    muander urges upon 1icamflps to s-ndii
    full ro-tters tot tha-ir ('aiip- t) Iop
    neadqu.-iIrtei-s pr-pin taliy. alto a
    pr-iizptly the p.r i 1:taItiix



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    SPRING GOODS.

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


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




    Our Stock is Immense!

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


    In Men's, Lidies' and Misses' Footwear

    v:e are the Leaders.



    i Millinery,


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    Th ns-,- and most con ....c line of
    '-::tr. :a itins, ,Curta. .. Window
    ,-1 <- .... ;'- -**


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    BJ uildirng, Pmaisfox -Kr.-:

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    4 tSECU'RITIEA RHi'%lA'j,%.,,

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    clreho by. iiI t-4f ti', ul.. h
    litt Ohrw~nct Proerty:o i%;;


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    gn'ntb*'r@ for 'the-ir zt.lhr,tirawnile t th.i'it~.
    with !.ffc ~ I %-`0"iI h,'64 U hscll
    fieftens tletau r11'.O aL~ iilm'.' .1wAifWCUes tw~d
    coli c. andi I- Ihto-b.fc regx9.'-dv for lirh..
    It wdi.rolirvo the poor little %ttff-ro-t' mm-
    lifsedjatotiI!- s4id by 1iruggiosL. itn vr
    part of the world. Twe-nty-tive c-nt- a N.'-
    tie. Hpesur' and aik for "MrG. Win.loA '.t.
    A4.otbin% Py cup.- and take no other k i ld.


    OnTuoe-daivc.Thursdavs and 'Sat-
    tirdtays. froml 12 in. to 3 p.in.. ptersmi-
    will be+,-:teciiaited froee of charzo at
    the Myfiep bf the State Il'ioad ( f
    Health v.4 Fl-)rids. No. W#-'t Int-ua-
    dencia '.tre. t. P~lv-ician s! othe (it%
    liar.-4k indly eon-cut.t d tom p. rlqoiz-la
    t hir %trivice at Othe!our- t- :itin d.
    W~u.K. If ,i. R
    A iteut

    Three Large Stores3
    Full of FURfNITURlE. The f'-
    linie-of Walnut B ledro'iim Sut--.- 1'f"?
    5hn~wti in Ponn-a4'Ia. Pretty' noeutly-'
    filji-ta. d 119WI 4)111 I dr'a oil 7'mt:- .i-
    Al price!..-. Vatt itta and ( oh?, Ir S.- it
    itovkoli. h~ic at'nllittle-. ch apil~f

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    .Vot kin ~.6o set,-oll' a h on-e
    O.V landsoyae furniturev.
    .?farston. A'-Finech hare 'irt
    immitpn se toc,.-Ilor ifoi to se-
    ic j5l- i(1na(1 they if-ilsell
    t" y'~'a'oil, bn- timpe (if'l


    No better Cigar &ou
    the4 money made-DUIR-
    HAM--at D'A lemberte's

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    I) 1NUHASSERL BUO(S.


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    Snhoor 1l k-a 1) IsIftl.
    MEMPHIS, March 2l). Mr. J. W.
    Schoor was indignant when he read
    that he had an agent betting on F. W.
    Brode in the New Orleans derby and
    that he watched the race from the
    judge's stand.
    Death of a Promlmeont Millster.
    MARIOt, S. C., March 20.-The Rev.
    John L. Little. formerly a member of
    the South Carolina Methodist confer-
    ence, died suddenly of heart disease.
    asgd 63.
    Furniture at alt Prices.
    We are selling dining room tables-
    it bargain prices; ail-: tov'-.., bed-
    -prinii -. nmat ttinie,. kitchen -af-s. :::;I
    kitchen cabinet-a with bhread board-.
    chelitt- for flour. airnd dlriawer for
    - itc-hen itutn-ils an :d tableware.
    ('a;,l ;i exjtlinunO th'll at ( M.
    I'ryor's l targaia. Furniturej Houii-.

    Elegant bed room sets, or
    c'teap onex, wthicherer tyou
    want. at .Aarston j- Finchi s.

    G1OVElNOI's ISIAN). N. 1.
    LI II are 2 l..'"-<* :il.d pro-
    '.,i-;li, in tt ;.li, .t' for fiiirii. ii'It
    ti :t-l ri 1'ir '.ii i D '-pt. f ti l i-t,
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    DAILY


    NEWS.


    PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 21, 1900.


    VOL. 30.


    NO. 40.


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


    BRITISH PLAN TO


    OCCUPY TRANSVAAL


    i.cements Held Out to Peo-

    ple to Settle There.


    jI OPTING OFFERS MADE

    \ liet (G;ea 24 Acr- of Land to
    I.-.i.ian l' n c Year--Ag-nti of All
    hi t'oio.iles Arc l'-udiog. I I eir All
    the P ,'it.
    L( .M,,. March .'J. I is learned
    a t. ig,.G atfr', 'i y (thit a Tarl of the
    -.au ,.an : r t.;e- "cuaton cif South
    S t! nU v ap;"ar-u in tle announce-
    :.at all the liritlmh officials now
    N* v 1. make every eort tor ladu'e
    -t-vilts. toe time exr:rcd nl.n,
    jntees and the co on:als from
    Sto setie t e i-e a 'f-n as the war
    by iv.ug :th'em 2.4 a-res of
    ict. p.rouvied tvip% wil occup-,
    Si !, r tou years.
    ajenG's of a.. the co oies and the
    .e of P..brhdesa a:id ihe ritish
    'rin a company are leading a-d

    ; that the irt-n who do nt%
    a ., u;' dand wAi.1 Le made
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    Kruger and Stryn Appe-al tot Burghers
    to Continue Fight.
    1'ICI.T401CIA. Marcti 21.-A diip~ateh
    from Iiroonitadt. dasted NMardi 1%.
    -;av-l tLo- Pretoria cownmander!- there
    :are- wr arand fepirit, arnd ready fi)rthi-'
    I'.ritio-h dvajie'e. Kruger ad d te-yzi
    Al r.-P a v.i~t camp meeting to)-

    to, th# btirghers to mailntain a vii
    tmht fizrlt for fret-doin and told tht-it
    t at it vva- certain tiatt the ultinwte-~
    re-tilt w(uld be that the Boer rvp-it-
    tice w-ould retain th.ir jndet-t;~,-
    de:,e-. dpite the temporaryffi-iti-!,
    Iltt j;),II iom of BHi's-nifou telii.
    Is --yn c fotIc wed iin a : rtona -pes-h -I
    all I I thltie btairilt e t trit t lii.- fr-I
    -att-wia- far from cotiquered te--
    CadU-.- tIi'-- utitail had [f- 14.I(lecCip4it'

    :-r; ;t tstihe, Eit.al x I li:'I df-i-

    t.% I" iwiii! inIII .pe-tA+l-n t at~ate,. t he.rv-
    f-wre- tI~e-re wa- nott~izi foer them to
    St% ; im(I thbe fl&"= I- 1i lbb-t ~.
    I dm at'u-I!.:urt'tkihie,i ;t'at t!,e ,w.,r
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    t i't b*4-f-let .iii IcrtqM4iIticiiito
    I.I ii th'-iarinra. Ho- -;:tiidt.,,it
    e1t r ho] iihiiely ('priocla inwo-dthat,.
    th.. Nir~ik:!nd4-r-. ocx1d bi .. er
    iiiait 1. kn-%ov~i-jz that :h- -.U)i-

    A JUDGE.* ~*-i I't -e-.cI

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    BILL FOR PACIFIC GERMANY TO THE RESCUE.
    Her Troops Scndl R.-edy t,, Protect
    ABLE IN erNATtE a'a" i'"a ''nrl In China.
    CABLE IN SENATE WASHINOT-)., March .-It is devl-
    oped that Germany stands ready with
    Is Presented by Committee on troop to project American missionaries
    in shan Tu'ng province. It was further
    Naval Affairs. ascertained that, the Eerliu govern.
    -. eut, to the gra.itication of the Unised
    States, recentiv dis)atcoed an expedi.
    THREE MILLION DOLL TARS tionar force rom Kiao Caoon to Ichou
    Fu for tor protection of Americanu m1le-
    sionarie..
    is Alp-lpr.atedt by tli Bill For the 'iis torce suppressed the rioters at
    Wol k, and dtorther surveys Ara ichcu Fu, arrested the rang leader,.
    Author s;d to l ettrrt.e. 3100t ,who lave been punished, and taught
    the anti-fortign leaders a saulaary le*
    I'r.a tical ouri'U .. on.
    WVASIIINGTO., March 20 -The @nate rte fact that Germany dispAtched
    Mac troops to !chou Fu to protect American
    committee on naval affairs have apweed mtistonarie.t has never hitherto been
    ti report favo-ably the bill for a Pacific published. The offer of Germany to
    cabl-t w;::h Sanator HaLo w.. aurhor- send a force to the province was read
    ize todraft; at& te last session of the with pleasure by the authorities, who
    zel te rat ie last sio of tie do not conAtemplate any designs wha:-
    j'uLitite4., and the report 4as pre- ever on Chinese territory and who are
    i.tteij to ti- senate Tae cabie. as re- consequently very glad to assent to the
    portei. wi.l itun civ toi Hooiioul. The German prcpoeal.
    rt .:','ion n,1 rue bti; rea- ai tlows: Minister We Tang Faug. the diplo-
    matic representative of Cainma here. is
    **Lrua a cable be elrabi.shid to here- inchulined to look on the reports as exag-
    after comtumnucata ba:ween tue United grated.
    tc.ntes ani Iilppine islands aud Japan INJURED WIFP'S REVENGE.
    i .dler ;tie wayaers ot tho Pacitic ocean
    and mi-cro snaii Le c ustrucCed, under .hb, Shot *h- U'Wuiamn All*.ga.d to,
    tLe mu-crviu-a of in- secretary of the llV nv Wrionzr0- II -r.
    ni.v.y, a i trin te.legrar)li cable or Cimit too, Mirch JO. Miis Annie
    <-.i) ano o .:i'.t.t ag 'iu lali lines from Sr,-ter. c a.hier in a restturan: at ILu
    i;il city -t; )lu 'ir-a ;i;sco to toe c.ty of
    Hor.!u u ov .r tuen reutae as may be t oiy--'-.ul tr.et, Wue shot andi i-
    ue*i i-.-i '. t ("ta tiai- v ;i.e I e.,.riy taiis inoraing by a
    ie, t.l i ,ti <. i .: 1. i- a ,'ro riAted .-.. ,;i,.-'..j i, 1:. .tvt;y v -.led w jimluii:
    :,.r 'llt n: ;i ,r .' U ', 'i rs ;:' it. i.' .': c'>n to ln !r i.rk
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    AWAITING NEWS


    FROM MAFEKING


    Kitchener Entered Preiska

    Without Opposition.


    PENDING DEVELOPMENTS

    Generals Roberts ant iiuiir Are Still
    liiactive-Lritish View tf KR prted
    litlrveentioi of le-rmalny, With the
    Aiq:It l''ram'- f .AeAmlricl.
    L'\;)a~, March 2 -For all tho news
    that retc-uod nere yesterday and today,
    Great Britrain m:ght as well bu at peace.
    It ii ra'o-!ita e to believe that the rui-
    lesf If Mafeatiun may be hea : of at
    any i.jur.
    (C'ueral Kitchener has entered Pri-
    eska, Cap)e i'oloniy. without opposition.
    tht lin;urge*nts layti:lg down tueir arms,
    w!.c:. n:uir ,:y -Itrions tilr provirus re-
    pojr) j: their wili cgnuess to subinit..
    G ,"r.t;s Ro.,erts aind Baulier are still
    naci;, o. :tvU.ing develoPiuet:s at the
    tLc tIl'r ti : a' r ,.
    Luns;d :aaL;j Interost iS "tt.achod to
    the iat -o( .Ionmruntszurg.
    -t (iu:n'!; i i. n upoi tue reported con-
    sn1' :i :-'t n S.'r 't.ry Hay l and
    ih"i f,'r:'i.icn a ijisiid : ; \e: i'Wing-
    r.:, I '. ti it. e e nii, ai to a troposi-
    t11 *i .; x i ; o <'* ',i,; tt<-.e u i L t r tir ,t it ,
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    W. J. BRYAN IS THEIR CHOICE.
    H o Is ladoreed by hebD moe-rate
    of N-braka.
    LiXCOLW., Neb. March 20.-Hoi W.
    J. Bryan has announced the platform
    which he considers best for the Demo-
    cratic party, especially upon which be
    desires to stand if nominated as the
    Kansas City convention. Tne platform
    which was adopted by the Nebraska
    Democracy. with the greatest enthmis
    aim, reaffirms the Ch:'-a0o platform.
    declares for "it; to 1," opposes a laro
    standing army. denounces the action of
    the Republican party on the Puert
    lican tariff bill. declares against trust#
    and "iumpertaliim" and favors the
    choice of United :States senators by
    popular vote. Thi platform is prao-
    tically the creation ot Mr. Bryan. Be.
    did not write it prsonally. but he was
    consulted concerning it and before it
    was read ti the conveut:ou he had ap-
    pioved it througnont
    Thoe committee on resolutions pre-
    sented the foilowiag report. which was
    adopted amid great eniinau'l.im:;
    "We, the Dlmocrats of Nebraka,. in
    convention ass.!ribled, co hereby re-
    affirm anI endorse, in whole and in
    parr, in letter and spirit. teu platform
    adopted by the D iumcrartc ua:sonal
    convention helI in Chicags !U lbti
    "We are in flavor oft te inmiuediatt
    conasrutioni and fortifi'ation of sne
    Nica.ragoain cauai by the United State..
    "W' tie igelre oirsyeies to wage an on-
    ceasing wartaro against all ltti trauts-
    tol-, uiuney trnu-tA. tine indusir..ai trnus
    an t i iitthe r .t :'_: i .t auci gratibing
    tra ct.
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    i,,ty Foule In MlIl P'onid.
    .Al. Ala. rMarch 20 -The dead
    f Mrs. E.a Hodges, a white
    n .in living south of here. was founa
    r inr Ta phlig's mail pond. Her
    'r .,- t;u law. Frank Lslesotn. and a
    i.*r name Heary Thomae are mow i
    S' ipetika. asccued of the crime of
    : .,'ering ie womau.

    enthi ot 3rg. Br"mle0t.
    e s..m, S C., March 20-Mr.a IA-
    C.m e' BramleLt, wife of James H
    I!rAi. t-t. died near Mouat Bethel. this
    Cutr- Mrs. Bramlett was also the
    * .wv ,a tptain William L. Wood, a
    .a .an"' < .dier of two wars. who died
    * -: : years ago-


    -,lTlTr "rillman *** .1k-i lrl.
    - .-In\,ToM. March 20. Senator
    t: .*' South Carolina denies that
    i K. citedd an invitation to talk dis-
    Sr the people of Alabama. or
    n.-, 'ts to take any hand what.
    Ss. n:; enatorial tight in that state.

    S t.l In %.u,,h Africa.
    ;',:- Mareh i0--A letter
    -. : red irom Cape Town.
    \ r wr';ten by Ge;nera. Vil-
    \ h; e, -hi indi'-ted quarter-
    V.*- ichigln Natonai guards,.
    air. r d last Decomber.
    ., l.lli,.g t N.w herry.
    C. S C. March 20.-Louisa
    A .+ iay.cng with two other
    '*i; v -.'.: and killed lioe1
    .. "' IT ,v .T L W il'i.irn
    ': :e-ian church. BJOh

    :; H' i. 1. I, Mille-r.
    S C.. March 20 -Hon.
    'd,.er. :nae dntinguibehei
    1i.. 'ltny of Mr Mli
    aid been copiel *n lead-
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    p-'-.-it)IP. Somt l-ite-$-n .

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    Itciletofr Mal.-kir
    l 'cOimN. March 21.-A relief col-
    iiiii irom the north and another
    from the south are rnpidlv drawinti
    near Mafeking. The relief of the
    towu iz i i believed cannot long be
    diiai ed.

    Cotton Quotation*.
    N .;w YORK, March 21.-Cottoni
    bahij t'-ay we-re: March ,nd 4rril.
    .9 43; May. 9 42; June ar.d July, 9.3.;;
    August. 9.21; teptminber, 8 h .

    Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup cures the most
    -i! ,exrca seualih .., oli'oll amid Ilung al,'r *ff oil-.
    ..v-l n Iiie-lt-nt -conuinUiiptlull bls t)<-.'n :.' -
    ...--ftilli tli r-d l i ti' rIi iix rvftel t- irle ;I
    5"" ;T i.-r- I :n1 obtiInt relieft after a few th>)


    CAROLINA'S DEVELOPMENT.
    c'retatey oi( Stat. lesues (Chrterr 1ei
    lhour New ludu-tries.
    C-: ~ri t, S. C.. March '0 -The sec-
    re.'arv of btate h-ae iosne'J a co miss1icl;
    to ;he tGreer's ltili of Greer's, whic!i i.
    capitalized at 43.t'l't. wita the privi.
    ieCe <.f increasing to $idj,Oio".
    Tn' l -*aumont m:.ls of Snartanbu;-g
    ixve tied the otheial uonice ao tie I.-
    crease of the capital stock of the mill
    tr.'m *tu .O0oi to 1. i0,004)
    A commiLiIonI has been issued to the
    Guarantee Bai.ding and Lean associa
    tion of Anderton. The capital is to be
    (i00,00U..
    A carter has been granted the 1F.
    delity Building and Lian association of
    Anderson., captaliizd at $:23.0o). of
    wl:ch George W. Evans is president.
    1" .b iIt lo Posst fle- Robbed.
    TAi.BTT'Ns, Ga. March 20 The
    pcstoffice safe was blown open and
    rifled of about $70J in moaey and
    stamps There is no clew to the rob-


    REPORTED TO THE HOUSE.
    ('"oi.anitlcf l'vors NatiluUa ll rrk on
    H*lmeurs V~'irglnta HattI -ft Ide.
    WaSHIn Too. March 0.--Ripresenta-
    tive Hay o: Virginia ha. flied the re-
    port of the house committee on mili.
    tary affaire on the bill establishing a
    national field memorial park of 6.000
    acres on the aites of the battles of Fred.
    nsckoborg. CnanoelLorsvalie. The Wil.
    dernes* and Spottsylvazia Courshoona
    lbhe report ataIeI that m-ire men were
    bire engaged than in any hattie in the
    word's h'ittoy. aggregating at least
    W60.000. with luIses in ktiled and
    wounded en both sides amounuug so
    i?,;;. T'niae enmtrenchmsuts over the
    fields are said to be in a remarkable
    qtate ot preservation. At Frelericks.
    burg, also. as the home of the motherotf
    Washington. still intact, and a moun.
    went erected by the Daughters of the
    American Revolution. Here, too, Cap.
    tain John nmith anenored his little
    bark and fought the Indians in ]ijO,.
    and within sight of the city were born
    Washington. Monroe, Jefferson, Madi-
    son, the I sS, of both the revolution
    and the civil wars. and Zsch Taylor.
    The report adds that in Virginia the
    great war began and ended. There is
    not an acre of soil where more men
    fell on any other battlefields of
    the war.


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    NC FJ.-DET FA':E3 IN; D.TROIT
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    1. i; ,:-i M ir'h .--Juijfe Sv.an, in
    ., -i ln.'-i States ':rln' (' cour; today,
    re:.ir,:;.i a decision: w;;iib denes the
    valu'iity of an ordinance paasei some
    motih ago iby the city council requ:r-
    ung the street railway companies to re-
    duoe rates of fare to 3 oents, the court
    says mere is nothing in the charter of
    the city which authorizes such an ordi-
    d sce and allows an injunction to re-
    strain the city from enforcing it.

    DECLARES WAR ON VICE.
    tv. Arthur Crane of Charleston
    Starts a Crusade.
    CHAitILSTO5, March 20.-The Rev.
    Arthur Orane of the First Baptist
    church has started a crusade against
    vice in this city.
    In company with members of his
    church, he will visit all she dens, blind
    tigers and Ti!le report in the city. after
    which he announoes that he will preach
    a series of sermons to men only.
    tluckly t**i* T'.- Y-ars.
    COLUMBIA, S. 0.. March 20 -The su-
    preme court, in refusing to grant a new
    trial and affirming the decision of the
    lower court in the cam of the state
    against John K. Stuckey. sends that
    meobhant of Spartanburg so toe peal.
    tentiary for ten years. His trial oc-
    currel nearly a year ago. Stuckey
    hii.ed John Sevier. who had beeu in
    a i employ. The prominence of the
    lefeudaut brou2h: a recommendation
    At mercy trom the jury.

    TO CURE A COLD, IN ONE DAY
    rak.' I.xative Bromo Quinin* Table--. AI;
    Iruiiigoats r.fuund thb money if it freli t
    *ur< E. W tirov..'s 41ltiatuit- is i n acth
    ox. 2.)c.

    Don't Pay $40 and $50
    for SEWIN. MACHINES wlen you
    can buy the best make with all thc
    lite it-provempnts at O. M. Pryor',-
    IItrirain Furniture Hrou-e, foar from
    FlJ to~$3. Our household furniture
    ie equally as ci.heap. Call and seee
    the big stock.


    The best 5 cent Cigar

    on the market is the

    DURHAM. Try them at

    D'Alemberte's.


    c -. ': in. o wa r ; i .: A1 :. 1 ,* : V AI : *n ei aV)f
    ", 0 ,, ,'11 1 r I. l.'. ':r . 1*,.. !i :a.- i: , .t', ,T -'p --,,. h.a; : a*: i -t h.i'.l

    .. -w : ;' -:-- .r u.- I r ,.
    .1 1 In : r le:, r ;t 1-.t .V ;Lit r. i .:: ,tf t.i t )i.-"t C ,bo.
    we ,A r i i .1 *i ,r ; -i:iia';i"y a i t ip-'ar- lu .s -";. i liinarl' from
    fr n-i '.: ". ruva l is w inLr. .alra: ". i .- nL d wil Ibe tdai C bact
    ti, ai .' ;it ;t-a y rim'. tu we wallt toi that pi ,-'e
    nuo i re' r tcotv.'ritioniS (O 'y aiou'-e .'obb .1tan0 inti tjtrpnii fual of
    Sin ,i .ie'nc.' ii p ssii'l 'Vi>' do nit wonudi raud buisqs. wv.hich lie said
    w;.:t ritore ter.'ery. but a'n eont- nr t a h ad received at (irn iadai. He
    wvi:n ou' present tro:l'ior, ii we are per said he was run c.at or Grenada be-
    mitt- I to lIve pj.ciju'.iy. Tais is a ii c'inse li? had offered to furnish the so-
    we ak." thorities with evidence to convict the

    r r.t Arous t. blind tigers and gamblers.
    oer l hr-t Aromu rt..Cobb arrived as Mewphis with so
    I.ohso.%. March t. ---In the house of other evidence to back up his wild story
    commons the parliamentary secretary than the battered condition of his pbye.
    cf the war offie", George Wyndham, ogomy. Havaig no money, no friends
    f t and no place to go, he was locked up ea
    said the city secretary of state for the his own request After being in eaw
    colonies. Mr. Joseph Chamberlain, wa finement for some time. be concluded
    'about to issue a proclamation on the that his formeronflnemontwas, ipe-r
    s subjeot of tsh alleged threats of the able and to!d the turkey that he w-a
    Boers to destroy JohanaeabUrg and as an escaped lunatic from LaGrange, Ou.
    to what the Boors may Zxpoct in the The police ast once communicated wh
    event of wanton destruoaon of British the Georgia authorities and received am
    property. answer confirming the story of Onbb.
    Bore R-treatlhs Northward. He will be seat back to LaGrange.
    OAPB TowN. March 20.-The Boors RI-4T OFp AI,
    have blown up the bridges north of To cleai se the syitein in a gentfle
    Bloemfontein, including those at Win- arid truly bhneficial manner, when
    burg and Knoustadt and are now re- the Springtime comes, use the true-
    treating to the north. itid perfect remedy, 'Syrup of Flua.
    Buy the g, nuine. Manufactured by
    Hoers Destroy a Bridge. the C (liforila FIig Syrup Co. onlv.
    B.OEMPONTE.N, March 20.-The Booersari for sale by all drugg:.st-, at 60
    #,_ent# per bottle.
    have blown up the railroad bridge over ..
    Modder river. 14 miles north of here. spring Ut.leIg 31eet.
    The law courts reopened today. NAgHVIr.L. March 20 Following
    TO REMAIN IN WASHINGTON. the Montgomery park 20 days' meetalh
    or onHomeCnmberland Park c.ub of Nashville
    Setor Ba.ron onve Notr nert Homn wilt inaugurate a seven days' spring
    to .Make Cnv or i -El-.to. season under the aupices of a new a-
    WASHIsO.S. March 20). Senator sociation. secretaryy Ross has worked
    Bacon wi.l not go to Georaia and make hard to re establish racing on the same
    an active cauvass for re-election. He basis as it was conducted in the eold
    days of the West Side park and she
    wiil remain in Washington throughout bloca horse association of years ago.
    the present session of congress. regard-
    ing it his duty to his state and his party We are Sole Aireitts For
    that he should not to absent from his
    post during this session Ka r Allunti'*. h-. M. y.
    -nator Bacon is expected by his ,.-ld. tl evlan- I ll Paper
    party associates to be in constant at.- ( P'1 1, P I ,- Aer En40 ino.
    tendance upon the senate's sessions ., .itla I J. K R --;'-2. < .. !- t
    during these days when every leglia. palf- .
    tive step bas a bearing on the great o-
    ;iticai struggle or tbis fall. Tbere ia not Your Credit is Good
    Sdlay wioen tm Geurgian doe.. not tud l-Fr ;vti:ng ; oiUl-j.. \We harv
    :.in qo'f compelled to take an active I.:r.- a .,. rig i- ot,,f 'u,,- e have
    nrt in the debate or in consultation. :r -. "i'- t t- pid B'edroow
    ,harpug the action of the party, ani tne S1ite-^ ',n -'d.t nmt arat 1d uoop.
    work of congress from now on is ex- ,..o1. PRYf4 R'Up
    pelcted to be particu;ariy aim.ortat. Brain F'urnitur lHoe.

    Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup will cure throat HAM Cigars
    er. in!t'uf:.za and a ld---ste-t l cougnoh r ,ual. For sale
    e besti rbe.tdy offered to th p;. O equal aFor ae a
    .;, t .... ,,. coD'Alemberte's.


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    2 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21, 1900.
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    HANNAH BROS.. Spc-cial Agents'


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    Fuel Gas




    Alphabet!


    wa-an ANCIENT whto ui-ed
    to burn wod)l.
    i- for HILLS that L.e paid
    wlhen lie could.
    was tl,.- ( ().A L that Ipe after-
    wards b ughlt.
    ii the DIRT anti l)t'"T that it
    brought.
    i. the EVIL the e things
    brought to pu -.
    was his- FOLLY LI nII t u-,it ;:
    ga-.
    i- the (.S (; re.,r ut'-ed in lIi-
    ,--t ,)V V+.


    H :rI';the E jT ift.joy gi

    uei- th-IND1)1AN: wIi'n'
    U ti (As.


    CUBANS LACK CONFIDENCE.
    Believe the Rec *aly nluguzurated Re.
    form Ar For 'oll leal Eff-ct.
    IIH ANA. March 2') -Enrique Collazc
    'avs that Secreiary Ro):'s vi.it and ut-
    teranco will undoubtedly create a good
    irupression throughout the country.
    "Although Mr. Root said nothing
    new." Senor Coliazo remarked, *'h.s if
    almost certain to be the case. The
    change of policy from General Brocke's
    regime was ouvinuesy seen. General
    Wood'. policy is more frank and, on
    the wboie. tfvorab.e to the inhalbitaut'.
    but is du-' to political reasons ati'-cing
    the Repouo]can party in the United
    States. On thi, account Cubans do not
    pLace any special confidenc'- in the
    actual admioistrAtion, although they
    have all song trusted to the American
    people. There always wili be a lack ot
    conedence on the part o: tio Cubans,
    despite anything that may be said. un-
    til something definite is being done to
    encourage tue a'riculturil reaturces of
    the country. While I adnit tuat this
    cannot be accomritabed iu a day or two.'
    I contend that the want of conflAdnce It
    due to the conviction that it the United
    States really wished to see Cuba free
    and independent they would do all they
    could to foster the resources of the
    country."'
    Saallipox b'rcoin".* Epllremic.
    COLUMBIA, S. C.. March 20.-An ep-
    idemic of smallpox prevails in Yemas-
    see township. Beaufort oountv. It was
    reported to the governor several days
    ago, and measures taken for the sup-
    preion of the disease, but it is now
    beyondd the control of those in charge.
    .Jew cases are developing daily, and
    the situation is becoming alarmiug.
    Bitten by a Mad Dog.
    SUMTER, 8. C., March 2U0-Samuel
    Shaw and four children have been bit-
    ten by a mad dog. While the children
    were at p!ay they were attacked by the
    dog, and Snaw, in attempting to rescue
    them, was also bitten. The people of
    Sumter are contributing iunis to send
    Shaw aud the chtidreu to the Pasteur
    institute for treatment.
    ('arollita Editors ln Cubi.
    H-L'AN. March J).-The Sonth Car-
    olina editors have arrived here after a
    rough sea voyage. They are 'u good
    health and senrits and have lost no time
    in visiting various places of interest.
    The hotels are crowded with winter
    tourist and Havana presents the ap-
    jearance of an American summer resort.


    Acme Beer.

    THE BEST RFER -OLI IN
    PENSACOLA.

    Dannlheisser Bros.,


    AGENTS.


    cautnot u- it. for J thl A'so Sol t y M. Perry anid Wi., Yates,
    JACKASS.

    i:. t l'CHl'N .'AS The Jug Trade
    i- the LAI'NDY.: they'er Is Our Specialty.- -
    both of 'f-1pn c, ool.


    i g t ho-N I )N E .-av #-d by
    Gas R~ange-.


    N is for N(OW. thl. he t time foi
    a .hainl...


    i- the- OFFE R :'he Cnpe
    mailkes.
    i -,;A Ar.
    itz for Qi E-TION I'
    tioehiat iatH

    lbjv i,4f-0:0 FalAl.


    Prompt D, -iv,.ry ;ndii S :-. ,ti.:m
    (Gu:aran iti -d.

    Dannheiser Bros,


    Pretty


    Children
    We have three children. Before the
    birth of the last one my wife useJ four bot.
    tics of MOIITHER'S FRIEND. If you had the
    pictures of our children, you could see al
    a g ance that the list one
    is r.ealthlest, prettiest and .
    finest-looking of them all.
    My wife thinks Mother's y
    Friend is the greatest
    and grandest I
    remedy in the
    world for cxpect-
    ant mothers."-
    Written by a Ken-
    tucky Attorney-at


    lOTlE'S
    Eu E ~prevents nine-tenths of the
    rnLJE U suffering incident to child-
    birth. The coming mother'.!
    disposition and temper remain unrutfleJ
    throughout the ordeal, because this relax-
    Ing, penetrating liniment relieves the
    usual distress. A good-natured mother
    is pretty sure to have a good-natured child.
    The patient is kept in a strong, health
    condition, which the child also inherits
    Mother's Friend takes a wife through th:
    crisis quickly and almost painlessly. "1
    assists In her rapid recovery, and ward!
    off the dangers that so often follow de-
    livery.
    Sold by druggists for $t a bottle.
    THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO,
    ATLANTA. GA.
    S< f r our hr> : .e* t' b' tk writte:
    exi 's.'.y f.r expec-an' t tl ii hers.

    Fat nan anteil nc ('orrection.
    '"Tl Iut wa< :a 1ni ri'i, t %\' u ,11 ih:tIl of
    th,, w\;il,,-.ion ." iilll',.l I t;n- falt an;.ll.
    \. :; .r ill li 1, 11 dTi l: a tl ':! ''
    three ti. t o. f t:i t.i th, ; r''< t-
    1.t
    lti' "' ;!' I D I ,1 t.. r I li t sti !' :l1-:;n tiI :li Iy : if l !i i t' I 'n %I ; ft
    y ";i k'lin\o tlha; it \\;i < f i v.y fl;4i.r, 'I' "at'
    l vl. \ U :. t I tn a i l .- lo a lt ut
    f ,r 1; 4 yo \' V i l, iI't l.;i\ v' .,' it' .:n '."
    I 1 \'>1 ..u r : I t .1..'lt S. W e i ,li A'"
    \ n i< e ll ,i, t r ,y 11ni1 1,hl t-a ii 1,. Y n 'ii,
    l :. i ;i l .:it :,y \. .i n '. : t ;I l irn .,l i r, \\,r,.
    tl.,. > l.,II tl.iug tll w aiy y ,:1 \\ ,,:. it
    tI t l d 11. t .la .' t It ll. il. c Wi' '
    I ': ;rl w : t r r i ii;.q 1 u ,,l. : il
    4 111,r \\i :1' \ ia l,:i, il i v i1rt Ni' l,.i t,-at\ it,;:
    S -. r'ir l. Y oi luiv 11,'ndl ill t 114. llat tI.'r."
    "I 'l li't. li'vr? I il id Vo tlII 1 i '" Lo \
    l.-iwly I s t;it dl \\ il w !..,l I can 'II ill
    , 'l.'" I i youl h ar Il still" t ; i.i n;'
    l*'lll SqI'- ;. s :l froll l fl' thilt ( h rowVil of
    mIy li:141l to th1 sl- of Iy f.)t. 'T1:hat's
    \hifat 1 :1111. liUt tlhKrin 's lint a word
    l|-,llt !;: nt."
    "W\\or- you in th xplo'ont?"
    **No. \\i.lh I hal I ,,.in. W hen I
    Ih :1r l th' r1 porl' t. I kriow soii.t ont-
    I:n-; l< 4, l i -tt. I fell d,,loWN St' 'l-. I
    i:i11 ti\, Mlh.ks for : ilo<,t >cr. \"!t'n I
    ",,1 1,li'. 1. \ was so. hadl ito rtir. ;an-l this i,'or inl;g I hadl
    to roll out 4,f wt,<1 on it hiiir" ) lo O tt up.
    It v,;l.;I:' itt m ': l';n; ( t Itii th, 4low .ti ,r \W ; s .
    W it or t!:It .irl ;lmtaII 'l;;:;n $f \\ -s ;t tit h
    Ih. Ii'-' t ; !.il I ; 4t; tk. Y oull <;I' ";I "
    t; ;lt I nl ;.rr,:tt prn-,.-oln .: !llinltl
    ',t,,l pat >ut s l1d 4 l ellh l l\l II! 'llf Ir
    'Tlil 10 V 1y p,:p.'. o, d th y:" l:" Io tit


    ses77nza.


    f aI carp In f o k-i
    iodJ4,t ip "..'2 ~io. Cwill tit ti af~jc'e

    with t~i-'2 dt--iI'e.klrltpj' u =!4'rt noi-


    Railr,..d Exclhani .-. l'.ito 24-.


    Indigestion!

    We challenge the w'rc'ld


    i- t I. 'fIT IlM'. a t i T to l 0plrO(lifce (arelfed~l /CltU(
    S jV P (4 -4


    i- I -LNI1 IN ( r
    iaiit'raft
    :,,-w cut i


    to the' Mat.,(cless Tinuwrtl
    I' *(te; for the c(r,<' of In-


    f/i .C~t 0/i,


    ii-a Wi's! 4101 T in: Itov112i n Uli- I -/1,1I s (of ,tkqlill1l o '


    cl Trqublecs ( ndSAcIL /,t


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    Wall ar1i.x !. Onl.c-11tsa'tously l


    HAS RINGES $13. Conccct d Free,

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

    Best Patent Flour.


    RedsI 1 Jal


    Patent is the best /tour that
    can be produced by any/
    mill.
    Forget .le .Vot is one of
    the best Breakfast Foods on
    the market.
    .1AU made by The 0. E.
    Stanard A.lil Co. and for
    sale byiY .cw Orleans Gro-


    O/ne d~ lmrr l!c ttlaf lasttie-


    of 1111# (!.clflp tilta,:".)4 ill :a
    tie ii,' I.- ; r.. (tI (i 'h i -'.Z-t 11 f.1 I a

    ia hr t-hp-ol4'Ifl'mi want theII-i-t.I & --t
    I I #- lrf-o-d ertnp(-,a. NN r(t-n A-tt C.
    IPala I i \ trept.Photo~l i,

    THE HEINE ACADEMY CF MUSIC,
    %'o. ,Nortl I iii it),K stror. t.


    also T. MISS EVELENE M. HEINE. Principal.
    also 1}. T. f(ir' V ( <. o,' MISS IDA PIAGGIO, Assistant.


    S. Palafo.r street.
    d III A T-lTitTI <>*.


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    .oict- -Vi'4'olian P.1 Pinn-o, I.eipsin
    tr'v'.t" t'tI ;t.5so(,uItta r, 1tan;i anstd M a u doI In.


    -' CURE YOURSELF

    WI LK SI GlaL~izlUU". I irrotalt -arill.*
    Greenville. Ala. ** or 'r'-' i1. 1!.
    cwr'msI'.O Mold by Iirwgrlsta.
    'ratimtnonial Front.,Judge.(;asti'anU. &A. r en T I1, RIn V !, 4 H-.r
    .'x,,:e--x p r r-It. f -r
    ~ F Aln.A ug. E. -r r '~tq 2
    take rte-at pii-asukro ia .rhlt !ig to th Circular 'entt La eus


    Nas im ze-ral .ate-r. VJ -hialtit uratl 111 rae-rail
    toi., 4)nay pemmftaai .rou ed~..is tlalt-
    fromn a wel l three HlmlIc't a-t of ti ret-z,vi a
    in the- exact conditunitt In hich ta ia. Fold.I.
    hiav'e ee-e- thaa4 ater u-ed. -eA th wondwrfui
    %ucce-'N. for dv'~pe-psi'.aa it~g~t'ttflf. .orf-
    4-r..i and for cruprils- da'.tast-'s...ores aind
    ulce-r- 4.31 man suoad Aammans. A-a a remedyv
    for the%--i trouble%'. I do niot ti.-i,-e- it'.


    CHICMCSTKWU KNHOISH

    f~h f CH ICHE1'TEIVS ENGLISH
    . . T. . . t. .., 4a..


    TO HARNESS WARE SHOALS.
    MIA miad IU..C,.rae' Pl~ant to lie Bluilt
    Near Lo4eiren-4.
    L~ur\~,S. C.. Mircb 20 -W rar
    *iioa.j, .abou -3!5lu:tiswedt of here. 14
    to tit developed. luis is orze of in.,
    tileSE wiva:tsr ojwars in the sont.h. a~ud I.
    owned i'y a ,.tndicarce. bokakceai ty Mayor
    W. it. ti-.caey or L-uretis.
    Taeue me.-of tae a itua.s arecC(U';IL.
    ermizc a prnnai sitiou for tud ereeciou of A
    coltuu 11lil.: &CLicl~ectric p~anct, cosi;ing
    About 4,'J'J,Q',0.
    D w y atr (olmitiabim.
    Com..UmUi, S. C., March 2'10. Ad.
    miral George Dewey was Onrhnsiaaau.
    cally greeted when he paiesd through
    the capital of Southn Carolina. Tbis
    rate son&I a battalion of naval reserves,
    a regimaut of infantry and the First
    artillery banmd to take parg in the IDewey
    parade at Savannia.
    lear Evil1 Spirit-.
    E~vil srilts art- limldi in great drend
    by flio t*htnese. who believe them to
    belar sliemial ill AN-1l to the eldes.t son of
    tile f~amiily and to delight ill p1:13 in,:
    unkind tricks 1pon i imi. To pret vent
    this the eltde~t soon in o-,' famiily was
    nained **Sixth Little Sist;-r," the claild's
    parents evide-ntly being under tit# iii.-
    pressiou~ that evil spirits could Ito- de-
    ceived as to the .(-x of tile little out
    A CALL
    F-or II)emtocrat ic Plriamaries anil ('on-




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    ndm tit*., Iitc- t b- par ti-cipaofte .In vii apr,.
    mitcrol. .tt 'itt -n!cl primary~ aara"
    a thni'e 1- IidIn a.1 ther- ulb.- turnthefI alo
    ,t ap forh itsad a tn


    for Infants and Children.
    Castoria is a llarmless substitute for Castor Oil, l'.l
    goric, Drops and Soothing Syrnps. Ii i, Plhe+i.nt.a. I
    contains neither Opium, --orp)hine nor other N.,, ,,
    substance. It destroys Wornms and allays Feveriah,,
    It cures Diarrhua and Wind Colic. It relieves T..1 i,.
    ing Troubles and cures Constipation. It reguliat,..t .
    Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy a'lt nattiiral l,,.
    The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend.

    The Kind You Have Always Bought
    ) Bears the Signature of


    In Use For Over 30 Years.
    Ti ccwu. T UM uM IV.



    Ohas. lI. Turner.


    *-ARCHITECT *


    --AND--


    General Contractor

    ltuilIii -.' l'''I t:: .. M'Iantl l < rat, Settini Pii'l >;., :
    al (I (; ;- Fit'lt n;:: .
    A Complete Plumbing Department under :,e
    Management of E. B. Morey.


    Illo WVatt-r ai I i tis Fixtur,:-.


    No. 19 S. Palafox St.


    S Telephone No. 3 1


    ---THE--




    Citizens National Bank
    OF PENSACOLA.


    L. HILTON OREEN.
    PRESIDE NT.
    V ICE-IsI.D ESitENT.


    J()H N F. F F'EI F E I.

    Arszi-r. CA.- If


    DIRECTORS:
    T. E. WELLES. WM. FISHER.
    of F. JE. S:tITde-rs & C K. J. WHITMIHE., JOHN F. PFEIFFER,
    1,. HILTON GREEN.


    Gene;.-al


    RIX M. ROM-;i\-


    Banking Butsiness Transmttc!i.


    Vessels' Accounts Handled on Favorable Teirw. -
    Change Bought and Sold, Collections
    Promptly Attended To.

    ACCO UNTS SOLICITED.




    The Star Laundry,


    Tit P!O EER LAIRD OF RIS RORIOD


    Our Address
    i- always ;tskod for w!.,,
    I -- b"':it ty of t!h. l.in' i 1.
    hirs i- i I!-played;( on
    .- HIRT I"I.ON'r. E ta,;
    A.ND) (C I "i--
    I' I- **i r -4tt ,r ( ii n -, .
    are alwt- reli: 0 i ta ,1 ;:

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    ALL WO-roK CO0. D.
    TELEPHONE 114. 371 F. GARDLY>-,
    XW-GOX)D3 ~C ',, LLD FOR. A NI) DEJ-i VERED F~REE -Wl
    WALKER INGRAHAM. ax':.

    ESTABLISHED I1963.


    McKENZIE OERTING &


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    Ship Chandlery and General fard EarF
    608 ANI) 605 PALAFOX STREIE'T.
    ---- -~~--AO-3Barroy--- --
    REVERE COPPER COMPANY. JOHN A. ROEBLINOG '. *t ,
    GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RU88EL&AHON 8 PLY: -
    anmI, erdag., Pailts, Iils, lustial l istr ets, tarts, lt cier, htll
    COMPASSES. ILOG,. O.
    C. McKenzie Oerting C.-llectini A.eunt for lr PiJ ot-' I;. *
    ciation.

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    THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21, 1900. 8


    PAINE'S CELERY COMPOUND.ASHIT-Oarch 20-Snator Till.
    Iman is doing good work for Castle Wuted to boy alW kids of hecll
    Pinckuey sanitarium. He has secured lid Fgrsitur, Earchudisn, IA.
    the favorable consideration of the sec-
    retary of war ant the surgeon general i driSS BOX 142.
    S,,, Tne matter is again before the military I
    committee. and no expects to obtain a J. T. TSto'h-ns : :is :1 lalir7e a ssort-
    iavorabie report from them After this lieut of Solid Sterlin FSilver and
    he expects i:s speedy passage by the RaLr'e Kntiv-s. Forks and ispo(ou
    senate. Congressman Einot& is work-
    /' : .i.'n- nard for tue success of the measure
    n :. / I tiue ousne. PROFESSIONAL OARDS.


    !.KI'E TO iiCO NGRESIS


    c o cal Appeals More Popular
    Than Petitions.






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    CASTORIA
    Fr Infants and Children
    The KiWd Yu HRav Alys BugWt


    1iENEHAL INSURANCE
    A,-1ND-

    Heal Estate Agents,
    PF:NSAOltA., FVILA.
    - *1 "\l TWENTY-TWO OP TIIF
    ;!N7v FIEE. LIFE, MARINE.
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    TI ilialTenrs I int Iiiiutisiv (Tqor fmaw,

    Sefhii-ataiir %lI..~niinhWay-.

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    NN -4.I a I wC 'lt I n 1;!- 0a -,- t l n-uthr InYulf.
    lotc vtv-i01 li Li ir r lii s.U ti c

    I..uAk iz uxr lie 1w5. u13.li -:hI ''IhaiI
    t inn EIii' If vI.,wi hiuL-4(Ilia* Sii ntCi~ta
    thiviW l Ii 'iialii r' f li!, 1 -V .xau

    I wt I 7 i ''aIm 1 ii.so 1, I1 a ts v -41,()r 814a1 4

    in 1-044111 t Vx.'I'KIs Wit a' 11;: 14t l.'i
    1240 in x.ci-scmi s iithe .lia' lf iii' '' 4 'io.
    h'tt tit 1. vr- lllain dn f-r'.. iv Iin- 4 I 1 i-s-li

    In lt S'lal il1t.-w ,1y 4ae 11

    now a niitil 'im r' of otills 1- xx aWho

    m.4 aai'ofat Sa-a ia i eiA t 1 It xxi\\a
    *hrettii tt Sc4-f a ''ll tam 'xl iii.r ual-
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    ai SVlIitinr t~f t" theu! t'.hi-acloImiyalii
    Ids SM1!" Budo MA, an .-in. uu:Ttowia- I:..


    DC-arm1 the .'I YV Noae A!*aas BvI~f~



    Five Thousand Rollc




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    ti I ii k I 1 I. ii T : .a' I mm* iii tii' is ever'

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    III:A \ :Irah is g o IngI ei. A4'~ i'iiloot-11 t til

    I I!* II u i 4me orh1 40 i ll pa rrfrm it, qoulratrii lmnt(r
    aIc, acm-' ~s :tljgal Cie vI rlid an 'ui di vurtid


    ~~~~' ~ ~W D1 vx.i i isar ria i'.sme
    i lit-i. Ih', lmv14)j -11t. ad s .d. wit Si altwk n
    Vtn Ito ~ -.is goiun eang i % i-:ri' di'tuzl" e-d to~
    '1 i,,f-iro Jlames cUm. Talmag te.is rhtfth
    .viiumi-ofnia'.. I ther fomtsl fmirtritIindt-tr
    11v irr v plo

    tIllod t Inh 1t-4hed tifn0-7 tn1-att-
    .\'akiTl hizut li sat-- f eh.Iia-Ii-is summer
    PCL iTI I. fain d a Il. d .z e
    t hol itr ~j-t'.dzr u:
    T i 1%aI w-FL ca I Tdra -1bI ha- I. --i,'.t i r e R
    AndI kn-iw yte e- i f wra ataiu't lideof
    AtA jiic i-e.T .'vwill f~r C' ie t. :r )e a-
    it. .1 i wmh t h -tft 11 - :1 'id atw--.k
    N%*-e ia arer, w:II 4, *.tIt ,V ''I C:k,
    dI v i4lir dftheu- iv r tiw, i.


    JOHN McDAVID,


    N w )Depot 'or C'oIIlmlibtui.
    Coi.i MBaG, Ga. March 2O.-Messr-
    J. M. Eai.i and H. Comer of the Cen-
    tral ILAi.road of Georgia are in the city
    foi the purpose of securing certain
    property adjacent to the present union
    depot. It is une Intention of tne Cen-
    tral officials to enlarge the present car-
    she,l. put in more tracks, bill elegant
    waiting rooms, ticket otffies, ba.gage
    otffie ana aidt a firstciasi r'tauraut.
    tlu. gIv:!ng Co.umibus tirstcaass 'epot
    fici.iiles.


    MEN OF MARK.


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    111)41 ngrv 'ea1111 :1 ;td-.1

    hli's 'ci.Irveabily i]e xacr'i-u'i

    devuiwr*'d two bak-ed ppC'az'iurs at. a rittaLi:.t
    IByrona usidisfdrfuih--41by lhnving i-
    IItained ig WV#a II tmxvs f s.Irflliies iil s
    nmany UmiiiIwti
    Ex-SI ait'w MarttAN'. Ttituviatru. now 73
    year~t. ld1. r~aiwd on Wl ia aiftv. a~ime V
    docn. N. C... mnmrethan a1.1WMM, [lksral1,a alcu-
    t-On th~ g'au .lie lasznot Sold 21:1,j 11f
    it. Af!6it-v*;ecorge 'cimkkrlvit.
    is. the Iarxv--t lcii..idwerr il


    ic nty. ''~i:'grhita L.i I i'xiin %L w ihi
    I i:a -u'aa Ivaii't am gavI ::.I ao it o
    than 1f. r any -~thur r ate l i n m:the I. il-ii.
    Las I tiifi'.0-hi tam: i -.iili IA C 11


    mknai a i. I I.- was w* i: 1... a;v.I-) 'iif'ii-
    h~ii-)w Ib-ui ndat w ir&'Ii %N I:,M- !. ait. -t

    twiI w it 4-11 :ii.1; Ii .-tI %% f I it 1:1,11 Iuitter

    nite t.1i fil y eaia. fior the eut.''r huh
    mi'uiitsi-nd the Iais aipidl t11t h;1 IA- Ne u
    h~e ,T''.I k I). Iw 11dit. i iiil a'.rd v

    t ~It(. ~ Ino co sl~ivui''s.141ri(iOtcnde 41f t hV
    Mi wumy a kow a ntd' i w ah ii ihiipye.
    1.I'' in'1.;( 5 1 L rg.it af Itat. xi's-rid. h ti I -k
    I a-n it III i s 4 w a % V 4 -he I. I I c I wt .w : Ipt rsinaI I tI

    proidi,~ui fth 1ilinr al(a.o ul


    Nasal S }

    CATARRH B
    In all it stages thue I
    should be cleUanlness.
    Ely's Cream Balm
    ,-!canuce,onthesandbheali i0
    ti;e .-cea'cd nmembrtne.
    It r';r<. atarrh andldrl% ee
    Bway *a cu.d .a the head
    .quick y.
    ('ream Balm is placed Into the noetrils, spread .
    over t::e membrane and is bheorbed. Rea:ef is in-
    ni"l.a'esALlacure follows. It is not dryin,--lo-dn
    o!ut produce mncez.ng. large S.ze, 50 cents at Drjg-
    I -- or tly mail; Trial Size, 10 (cents by mail.
    EL.Y BROTHERS. 6 Warren Street. New York.


    Dr. mareellus me~reary.

    PIVsi0D Ci8 Furl nr n.

    Vn t I,) A i


    DR. Wm. C. DEWBwERy.

    OFFIOE-Hanaah Bros.' Drug Stwore.

    RESIDENUE-4OO E. Jacksou Stree


    Wmn ~. Marean, M.D.


    Late 401, Ocil. I. la..
    1 ff z is prcvf.".a'ionamlI.%orvic-i to t 1 4etI -
    Ei'jut'Iw! tt -nui t!'igv.'ntoAthi' tr.atantimat
    of 4 ronw .,a-.qand os.n, f
    A'otn~n and t'hifl~tl'ni.
    1 -:&r- iaV.i ;.v e i nI !-" Sou ih.

    jHs,.de'nce Phone -No. 250.



    Dr. Whimer S. Hall,

    DENTAL SURGEON,
    Misonic Temple. Phone 364.


    H1INBER BROS. & CO.,




    Palafoz Street,

    Pensacola, Florida.



    BARGAINS


    -IN-


    Iea1


    Estate.


    '1fl1I fh x ill Iivy lou ncrm-- of land north
    | $2000 will buv so cra' adoining city
    $un0aaits.
    I0will ibuy four iI, solI1d block
    S$3000anid a good evn romn house
    This property is in New (itty.
    $4000 will buy 7-a ac'es between Hih
    $400 rHayou and Ilitt' BHyou. Thim
    property ihu- a wcatir front on thlie baty ; N
    on Hig Bayou anm ILittihle liyou.
    $50005 will buy one of the bn'-t rest
    $5OO UV .Vdeii,.n on Wt-'t Hiill. Mitunted
    a l, ,'ret Car linti; has i iroions and all mod -
    r COIf CO I eilc ifCt-.
    S 00l6 Ox wil\ buy lot within 1i 4* ft front or
    ;iI '1*a lafif x str..at. outlih i f i rreg.-
    ory. 'lhit an b t iiinain diittily utilizd flo
    bu-iinte pulpos)e..
    $7000 wll uv lot witli "'. ft front or.
    $ 7 0 ^ regioray ntlzd ;a ft ftromt on 1AI-
    canilz and 1 ih ft front *wn Wright. Thia
    pr(vpeity ihas nici e (cottge iil Il, and ttlire. it
    plenty of )roi to build dozen lioulsm' more
    I^flf xill '1w'' a u handeonie resideniic
    j 0 V jOln Ilitlit (ire.-,iy L-betweon P-ala-
    fox and Tragotiona stree':ti.
    -A ill buy an -) or'r farin wllfc
    0 g.oo(d house and farm ibuildhiais
    Elei-ant property for truck faring anc!
    dairy piurose-. rhis pli'o Is juit out'idi
    the city limit.
    S O fl r will buy a lot in th** lubusneasI
    $10,0 0 part of the city with 11 feet
    front.


    J. E. Stillman ( Co,

    East Side of Plaza.


    H. A. WATER


    Convention Call.
    The sixteenth anhI11:11 nieting Of
    the Womnan*% Chris: iatri'Teimperance
    Ulnion Of Florida. will be hold Iu
    (laini-ville, April :3rd. 4*!! 2m.1 5th.
    The firz-t t -ssim':i "ill be at Ap.In..
    of Tuesday the third.
    Mi~Belle Ke~ar;1-v iof Florn.
    M!is., will give t!1" (c, .nvelint)I~Inad-
    il141 A [hI-'C.'. l'tow N.
    S_%uA J. GTI.KNN*. President.
    Rtecording ~cev.



    LODGE DIRECTORY

    KNIGHTS OF FrY'KIHAS.
    1'eneavolmiLodge. No.3. K. ,f P.
    moets every Monday even-
    ing ft 7::).ii at ('aitle flail.
    /in Hutchinson hall. Ws
    Vistin hethren cordi"ii7
    wtelco med.
    11.3

    W. 0. W.
    Ljive Oak Camp Ne.ilV. tu'Winian offbe
    Nf .vt fl rat arid third I'ritlay night IS
    I 1 1ci t i n n i Wa z W v e r e' v %,a~ c i r
    I-.". TI iiA'%I V C1fe r k. .


    POLITICAL ANNOUNUEIENTS1...


    i I r n'i' n-I "aeaniilidarte
    FltlA.e.i, n th. I~. St:i ubjtv~t to the



    For Itl,.,a tat eprfl''e-iiona tiae.'za

    r ir in:& r I '


    I la.er.et Sflhioiufl(oiiiY'i'It.1a aeandiljaite
    fior Hbo-.riff of xecamthaa coutity. stim re-
    sp.ootfutiy o-k the, mupport of mny friends
    and voters oaf the- county. If eeIt'ted I will
    di -tahrge ttu dutiles of said office eficlcentjy,
    fairly and imapartially.
    W. H. H tTV11IIWROW.
    For Sheriff.
    I hereby annou nce tiavilf am. a candalda
    *for re-election ito the oftleo of Pberiff of Oa-
    cambia county. Florida. and solicit lb.esaf-'
    fragee and interest of &Ill my friends.
    (1941RiCK E. 'CUn's.


    For Mheriff.
    I hereby announce m)islf a candidate bor
    sheriff of Escamubla county at the ensell
    election. J. C. VANPIIL.T.
    For Clerk of the COreuit Court.
    1 hereby announce myself as a candidate
    for re-election as clerk of tbh circuit coorn
    of s'canlbla county at the ensuing eclSlo
    and ask the support of the voters.
    A. M. MOMILLA.-
    For Circuit C'lerk
    I Hunnounce imy 'atinidavy for 'Clerk of tEln
    (.'arlilt Court of KE'niAt anbaa county. subjecs
    to the action of tlih r-iitain IN '-mnocraslt
    primaries. It. K. I.. I>AN Ia ...
    For Circuit Cl--rk.
    To tilVe Votper i of ': etanihi i county
    I her'-by announce' nivy.elf a car t.<-lite for
    the othle'r o( clerk of the- circuit court of
    :,i'atiilia county andii v.ill be ple-a.rd to
    have the support of m'v friend and't fbe
    voters gc'nerally. .lvIIN DE I.A KLA.
    For rTax CIollIetior.
    I hereby annoine- n myiplf ac- a eanrlidat*
    for re-el*etion as Tatx 'o-lectorr of K-ram-
    bia county, ard ask the' itipport of my
    friends ard voters gen.-rally.
    A. H. II'ALMNICRTI.
    *'".r Tax (CollecIor.
    7thii manyfrIl-nd'iof.lutadge I'. H. thontfay
    lihavinig .htined hlit uonise*it herie'by as-
    nou ni e hin aI a c'a>ndidiate f4or Tax i ollector
    of Escanmbia county at llhe' nsiialn election.
    MANY I'#TuBv


    Fotr Tax Aaatemsmr
    I lipro-by announ:co tvmyceIf a-4 sa candidatla
    la)~jx 4-ea.. f l-'aa~actilitiy, sub-
    jv 14 1 ibiPthe I onofI i ut b- I *enaoqrolt icpr I nza.
    vlv. If# le leiid I1v NJ#-( I1t10 IhI -fct I hse aippi-
    b Wonii of tbe tax pa~ver'. aaii will doiptA"
    duIty in s-very (It-tail a" I did %hit-n Iheld46
    the office before.
    (iV. H.Buy.
    Few Tax Ap..wumuer.
    The' ca:ndidiacy o*f William WA. Ritchardot a
    hert-by onoif4u!ced for 're-. I#-ctmon cas tax no-
    qe'..,.,r for Escanixit v, 'iulIvI. 'Uibject LI.1,110l
    a.L~Iof the doinocratac jirinarit'..
    For 4'ounly Treaaurer.
    I annomic" mv%#eIf a' a candidsto for
    the oItli '-e-of (Countly Tressurter. octijowh to
    tb" acttion fl the i~'demaocratle primary, aV4
    apk the tiipport. of miy friendd%.
    WuIJAAAM F AN LKK44'W~.


    I her
    for rev
    county
    fully s
    count"


    Furniture on Credit Buteher and Green Grocer.. .ae
    Mo-t beautiful line of side hoard,- tnur
    over shown in the city. Wardrobes, PHONE 172
    with glass doors of every descrip- Fre-h iTeninessee and Native Meats,. I he
    tion, from the cheapest to the finest. Chickenu and Country for tih
    Roll-top secretary ca-ei elegantly, Produce Dailo n for
    ffiii-hed, a fine line of china closets,: Produce Daily. o
    and everything contained in a first- Shop, Rear of Johnson & Son's Store. -
    Sclass furniture store at O. M. Pryor's
    Bargain Furniture Hou e. INTENDENCIA STREET. ,Att
    li b


    DUNN'S


    HOTEL


    Throe Rciolar

    Keats rack fDay
    9r t'orah


    ON EUROPEAN PLAN.


    Restaurant Attached, Open Day and Night.


    OYSTERS, FISH AND GAME 1OF ALL KIND: IN 'EA-'ON.

    Special Orders at Any Hour.
    IRA-TES:-From 1.0( to $l.. per lPay. LODGING:
    51." andl 19 S. South Palarfx Street. l'en..a.ola. I l.rida / 25 and 50c


    JOHN PUJRDY,r,

    Foundry n lnlachino Shops,
    CE.-NTRAL HAf C( R. JLF- :E'I N AN! ', PIN-: I E-T'


    - T' '.2 I '"T. I" LI .\'. will I': -; E RPLATE TAT
    ND T:A LER .N- 1 ,-. : 1, ..i : i, REAL ESTATE A SD BIKERACE.. Telephone 346.
    .A_ ,,iMI5A NIlES. ..... .. la, .e .'- W ;ar L-ti, ry CITY v OPEIPITY. I'AF RMING

    i Acts Ot Eq e Who isRader? D T ER ANDS ATTERN-S. C.Al'IN
    hois R dr Car Wleel- wo,,t
    Ssrac a FeI1OR SALE. L fractured to Order i
    He s the Man thatsells ble Rates.
    UJtdt Statu. Furniture so Cheap for iLhoDS Plaeed at .easo able Rates Dealer in Ma"c
    'l;'ONMDEOCSOlOUBD1 CaSh. 21 East Government Street. D Statnoai


    -:- Pensacola, Fla.

    (.-a. LUMBER TRTI'-('K SMAI.L 'HIII.EI,
    I an1l Tro, l;'i, v-. H i.e.-r-. B x..-, Etc ..n:u-a.
    n Fir-st-Cl t-, \W-irkma:u!ike Manner at P.,a,,.u-

    Linery, Fittings and Supplies for
    r. and Marine Application.


    of theI
    the ac


    I am
    denit o
    licit It
    - tem.


    For County Treasurer.
    reby announce myself as a eaudidalo
    ilOiiionittlon al tr.'-murer of feiwbl&-
    >y. tiniject to a derilon at the eDqul4it
    *rat.i primary election. and respee-t
    -oliait the support of ioe voter of b*e
    ,v pledgring mny'elf for the future tho
    faithful performance' f duty that r
    randiaoreft to ulfill during my pas
    ' of th uffnc. J. W. F rmAT .
    For JustIce of the Peace.
    reb>y announce my candidacy for re-
    nil t ttho- mce- of Justic of tbe Peall
    Sr14*cond Ii.rinet .ubjec't to the -*
    fb thb nniinat iig piimarl-.
    [to)rk Iq JoI .
    For .Jluai of r the Iea-e.
    hme suggestion of numerous fri.rnt. I
    y annolune any canilidacy for .Justkle
    Ponace of ****condl district. Subject, to
    tiolu of the noiilrnatintf priinariel.
    JAMVKM t. LASpntrU.
    For fhehool luperinfiiientf.
    a candidatt- for ruaiintyv uperintPr.-
    f putIle iin-tr,'l< u:P ihnou je t to fbe
    -itti pritiHr-*.. I r-spe erlfully e*-
    i -tifTra -.r tt .- i.- c itnhai cu nty
    For t.,- t<,) '- n - .1 k -. -4 \M TATP.


    F-. ur mcfatsiiI Mu p.', a ate'ei Cit-st
    Y II-v-i-i% Aaratitmjea'- hmixv!ift cla,-iavida"O fagl
    ft : iad-titi, I1--tt i ,if 1, t ..1. -vi Ivr~ s I1, o


    0.11is I Isoots

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    la ,. ti'i4. T-.a r'iTx ifrmnK
    l I or M- vii two- A l otft ,' Asov r d.v~ aitic
    r .I ~maa fe I i .4qHi m tr
    Ti-I Ii.-r 44 Sn.
    t r 'vr '.-.~:1 iviirtf,,r Nrib.horn

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    '[hi- tr.,-nl!--.vf M ,in.. NI.T"IiCWA ePit 174 WMl-.
    it H 0t1. 4iw. !raV --k -dn-ti i- Con-ent.
    bh- rei, cii ii .i Ti'-t,vI% .-cir.d I:i t''x' fupr i 3
    hePr of thle t(' Vrt i'unm v Ba~i oard
    fair thp nisrt 14-rr dast r-ic. aubj,-'ct toi the age


    The Spring Medicine for exhausted nerves and

    the overworked body. Only when the nerves are

    weakened and inflamed do you know that they exist.

    JOHN H. WTTL.TAMSON, Grand Island, Cal.. writes:


    %-. ):ke


    "Although I am 73 years old, I have no particular disease, and am a hard

    r. I use Painc's Celery Compound as a spring medicine to restore lost'

    N. I have used the Compound for years and find it very beneficial. When.


    ' take it, it seems as though I did double work."

    Paine's Celery Compound is a medicine compounded

    to strengthen nerves, stomach, liver and kidneys.


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    THE DAILY NEWS: PENBACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21, 1900. 5


    liOCAb NEWS NOTES





    v-our p-111 lax.
    l~t :dea.'.pay' i-irr roll lax t'i-

    't-t rivwa- L .railroad
    *3% dav I.4 re..
    It t. P.-rkir- of X% iecux, Ala.. j- I

    Marcha export- have alrea.-Iy pa~-ed
    lia. ii-in durriar mumark.


    TI *- .:eady lCr'a~ ; ~ !'


    A i *rA & W T I e m.e- 'ting 4of dir.. Pfer-:zcoila L i-
    \1 .J XM'.K. or i 'to,:rvryA-.ociatirii calbed fior Mrrnday.
    J1 i zl i. l.* vd to it'lbe .ltiii.t it aw countt of
    \it A t-..w. I.i -:r, u,1t(1, t c -.letd f-irr Fridayvaftf-rtlii.il .'xt. at


    .1- fail i~li,. I apt. Javicnu Krvgr amid Mi-Q. lKrv
    V --l N-~l. (' ro--maifar. ;-,#r :rrivfed tariiiir' from 1'-.y We-t
    3- a ..iI dI!, hti- i-a.: h K lia-t ijiiglat, mumch llosdwrit their
    .:' till a il.' .''r~ xii p. They po-itpont d the ir ilateiidt d
    ra('~uiI -1jt tr Cuba on xteerom uit ()t Uiclt-ate-
    N*--r. 4.A. I' a'- ofI.. ,-~ it 4f ir ltt-h-easoi~i.
    ,at~ 4',..W. i~r*-- il x ii.*tv 'ha'ze wt-re razilveiglaht def.-nxa tits iu
    :i-tr'-l ..xi'IK-c iui., xN avrrr Hillixird'- coilrtthi- mmmnriihnz
    0i1 W114i1r1imil fruin 4 et elit to the P c4mlllt v
    M.H 1 -1Fmtakcrirt. two it k.&the-ir c--qutzir
    0.I. 1h4.l ~ alaw.a-, di-chliar.ed. tiirr+-' haid soi-n
    .!.lL'. 4. I. '~tl~V ~li1I......lice -ur-1wid#-d and line was fined
    it'.it RH4afk I-. V!,feldx1


    4 *amit -.jr-'ir!,-ildow 4*if 1 mlr4.

    rjriat~t I:-W


    p'idi~t-'dfir lii' Vi.,r-tirvwirm .1.1dlt~
    r,thiou- ;re diiitia..t h !umtliurg. 'li
    miilc~atiiooy- :tro, that t th- pjuimnatry
    ..1 i III w.illI............f tiii


    Mother'sStoryofBaby's Cure
    Of a Most Distressing Humor by the
    Cuticura Remedies.


    they wisely paid into the libra y
    fund of public school No. 1.
    J. Hugh Whito of Atlanta is a
    guest at the Mer2hanta.
    C. H. Houghton of Syracuse, N.
    Y.. is registered at she Merchants.
    Hon. Milton A. Rabb of Brewton
    i. among the prominent visitors liere
    tn-ddy.
    W. H. McPhail (f Zanesville. 0..
    arid E W. Allen of Eau Claire. \'M .
    are stopping at the Merchants.
    The smack Daholl sailed for the
    -napper banks y tetrd-y ind ihe
    Pri-cilla, Four k'rie-nds an', Florida
    will sail to-day.
    R. M. David;son of (Q'lncv and ('.
    H. B. Floyd of Chipl,-y w#-re ainiig
    thi- Floridianu regi-tered at the Mer-
    chants yesterday.
    R,-ub-nm Elli-. chargt-d with rob-
    bll.' tl e po'toflli.e at M olinh li d a
    te aiing before Colnni-"ision.r H1. c'.
    I u1 ni-o this iiorliiniaatd.-wa, hblur i
    .,v-r for trial in the S. e nrt.


    ( :-. I, li-- i- trd( at work .,.i w a ii -t ii the! hi-torry f -c:anuiaM A 1 U who OMe scalp w
    ; V li l I! e" il1ll t! iin ihter of |;- *'tl:1',.
    ti;-.ir'.l :,*-. lli,- lunny r ,;::. .-\ ;.irty of touitri-t- -ta!,tedl to ooln w.;i- ,(uitii .' --r i itl l,ov.a it- hiring
    4 i'!i: wil -i oi,,n i t. putilf-hi i d. x:a -x l sion n, tlh- l.:;y on their hi-. t y l.ert-.
    .1. E. Williami-. if Mvrtle (;rovw. v.cht IDreaimlnuid City thli.morniniii;,
    ,- i,.u.h, thli- -rocerv buiin---. f bult before they lr-ft the wharf a 1 sk Alt aI-'it fr,'x x ..', itlrt V .a.t i'
    i* mii --C.rav.v. cti* n.r rof 4C :tll i llt i inl the. boiler iand the naptha nrron t,- av ..ll..t :*- a ..a; ; ,.,,r
    .i.a-'k-,in -ii ..te -. Aild I- dd ing :; ilcl ctu>L!ht tire". 'urm-ini g til-In t. i>r-t to l F17 \\ -t (.r-.i,: '-r .-r a h,.a -.
    S in-Ill.'r j ne hil trip.. I I lv M t I-o.( ; l< /. w l i,'l : /!,t
    Evry Dl)-mcratic vot,-r -!~hald, \\', atti r sh-erver \VWriht r,-. iv,-d l!,,n thi. kitchen-i r-,,if !-.mi -Ip:ar!'.
    -*-iiit-1ii1Wer thiat he- Iu:l-t pay hi-s poli a -ele.Zramil Irhin W a-!hi,.1.t,0 to-dii y iTh1' i ,-- wa- :atoult I.0. cr.v-.i; ',l, ly
    : x 1,#r l'.;s alnd I 'ityt' hy Api il 1 o :r h< ii ,ltili'in faor to-rit rlit .-trioll ii-u:raltia' -.
    4 ill no1 t Ie ltitl-la tio vot', a ta!.- irt rIrly wind-, atn low r teplller-
    rinia It Aiall il. ature- over Florida and tihe FoiI.aF 1 Ja Tli'- tr:1v ;i ul:V ii i k
    c,, a.t. with light frro-t illn -Xtlei-llle a notei of tilhe fi-f;: th t.- ''" n, fo t
    (i'.ad< l]. public -c "o,1 N l,,. 1. will N,,rthex rn Florida. Selinm:! le.v s t er, at 1.'t:4P ta.
    .ve at inu-Ic.il.d at Clutt,-r' Iin "t daily and trrivH- fr.-. S-I ia ;.* 4:1
    all T'I ur--daty. Marclt ",. for te- Little folk, and grown folk- will dail n :arit frb.r of p'. :-it a ,:"-
    t.-ne-fit ,n the --('ool litbrarv. 'ltv all be do li.,rhted with Cooper &t Co's. from all..it the line orf rtheA So-lta-
    will I,- a--i-tedi by local tale-nt. l tilroad Show which will bh ,in a lPenu-x,,ola r.iid a iriv-d i.r-- .-r-
    t, ree dayv;' elngage-ent here to- .ay :ift,.rit,,.i.
    Everybody i tti.-fl-d with t.e^ in- morrow. The price of adminsioni "u
    -precutors: an i('terk- chi.sen t o main- will hb small only 2 1 centi for adult Th- i' v at '.- ,.ru ,u.. -
    .. the ,d. miiecratic priiliriar April and 1:t ceuts for children. l nizht will bh **.Fri'rgi .-,11 : t!ior-.
    i i'r a'd inartn will be ab dlute l T1'lh#e many friends herl of J. Gad-- row nigi"t. 'liTe rAn.il 1 f l.iho.rty
    :ir anid imi,.artia.lly coimducted. ld,.n I'orchelr, as-i-tant engineer of Friday mn-t ne-. 'A ( eior ste -d
    Maritint- q .-ff-'-t April I and Port Physician R. will regret to hear that lie lihas been MineS:" Situild.v ll'a ti littletl
    4 Whitt' andl li- co(illpetentcolp- of I ordered to duty on the cutter Ruth i Lord Fatintl-rov:'y : Siatuid.av iiiLht.
    --i-.talit- will .nII I-(luently hav- a 'at San Fratniisco and left to-day for' "A Rxi--iai Slav'." ~,turday
    ..,g *ti-a-i ;at tle quaianltitle -ta- his new post of duty. Mr. Porehler ni litt $2.'5 iil c..t wil 'ii ivei :aw iy.

    M .mnil-rs of the Hapti-t church at
    M. ,,tie - , T'.ul-ilt r.l ti .hli f.-tltiva l loi th .v-
    *' *ii oft Alpi i I;. to wliclt aill theli ('li- -a IF yTHE--
    1.il,at -1 f',,! ttllllty rllitn' W ill b1 II -
    ,t.. r' flA^ 0D^,ii M ,,i+,ial T.ifs Trc r'


    %JLLL IL ULI. aLIAL .AttlJAAl LLIZ.


    T',- ',.n- e> ol: A thll,.ti" lltu w !:l
    * *-~ 1 l t pl";~llll;,rf pro!;lli oll :>: !-
    : -; It-. fiail,.w'd Iy ;: c k,-
    Sl iia'. at the;'. ifi- ra< l l lin T -'I, .'y
    * v, aii Mlar'-;:i 27. T, 'ck-t- will i,
    S, al t ",o n ( t Itov. Je:lln \Vat'. p:i-1tor of ;
    -.. <-otd H lpti-t ftl,.Krc!;. w ill l,., :,!,"
    I.: ux's ihum-nii- oli'-"*' Friul.a
    .t 2 o'clock p. in. The plullic a.ir- iin-'
    '1,-d. Theinv: "A syimnt-eri'al
    l.if,-. the True Ideal. '
    "G(iet Thtre and Stay Thiere' by
    amnm Jones at DeFiuniak Saturnd:a.
    Only E) cents for the round trip. T' ,I-
    wili be omew of the great day-. at tl'-
    I ,autamuniti. lI.on't miss it. R-al
    : p-rora.r. iIn atoether column.
    TieI r'-port uf the ta ;-lte-d II tlii- n- i^ qui( t- iitor .--
    ,'xI T ie t niti itiiot i-h of puil'l'
    -pirited citizein- and of tht t ii',ir'Y
    I.Itt IlnfIaintr enabled tileill t.o pray
    ill tite ipense of ltour m1iollith- ,I
    t:,, city public -o'ihool- and left th!:'u I
    " i' i** nltrow ritargin otf $1. whicli


    Lenlten


    %- 1v.


    Delicacies.


    W1'atch1 This lpae(


    I .of Ouir


    LIst of I lprc1 ajltics. -- 7i


    &


    -ben, all elou fails.

    ~Tue~to- kt a re D ct'2'( nt9;
    zII Llit adtmis?.o,, it1. 21" andiii 8i cnt.
    T h 1 l11rit i 11 teanifhip Torino
    wtcht iv* d tv-dav from Havana
    lor.)1i..Hit ten pagsewiL.-er-.
    11tir4:&r-zatttenpt,41 '-4 rt hrek into
    the t"- i demic,.1)f Mr. ('larit .Johi-
    'II I atIliz. bi.ut ;t ff-v pi-tol Shots


    Na11twithimt'i 11d ni 1 the fact th Itt
    .uriblijtr' ihliti'.' W,!- iivu l ill r-a('ltif
    t s-' to.- e ity'' lu~p- i- r t1wnidays a f
    till rpp"Nrhai "it-iii, 2rt! W the r'iiur
    tloi jt~i-sinfmo-: Lim-atu eti i'he hetld
    13~-t 111411, t. 4111Y -Ix, iin-uihrs at-
    ptoutide i. ati ino) ll-i e1- rrrl'.ld be
    tra&i-.xtctu-'d taO' IA intit)f ta41,iopruini.

    ill-- ~-Devil's W~ell~ ..t tl;e nijur'ra
    ti'-u-i titar;% v'ery 'I arr'' 'a-Ind :prllt'-cita-
    l''"y'in ltiifilio-(l I)!t mlowlged and
    (l.-"vpr lilirlle ~.lire wh, rvrtir-.t Iv n -
    is i HI-lPiedand their SP'ciAlty woirk
    i-;ui;-op-dinate. A tIlea?-in;Iz !ill will
    hi- pre-e n lte~d tti-i. iiilit. sec urt'eseats
    -arl'.
    Amrohig the trilri-;t- at HtI E' Ve~ m-
    itia y#estu id -y Wi-i 0.A. (I. C(Is" 'a lid
    wiile, ('larlr-, Ci'ty,1,)w:i,, Mr. anid
    NlTt-Lim. rAi- Ster'-e riot r. xandIMr'.
    KEfgxar teo M --i I Illit i,(4).. M1 r-. I.
    'r~iiik HAWl-r. Iatr.. H Ma-.r, Nirm.
    %V. M .Ito x. H. -l-i r v. an;
    FK. h-rra-t. Chic irI ii i-..1 h-'a rk, r


    Ht~i. f ii

    PA Diti faurlh I. f Ari:'~. i
    n,,lr-a jiitetyir Iv !'fur m mtofa
    li t :!, i- lh.or ttli I i'-ha --%i n cI a (i
    l' rI c- vv!" k it' 1i t I*li.'j it'.it d ly-.

    :d'i'n. gr' ilali( )u'
    2' *If a '. Iu\ 'u ir
    Wa Ln


    CO.


    THE PEOPLE'S STORE,


    A.


    Schwartz,

    Proprietor.


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    --NEW ARRIVALS!*

    O( UR first announcement of New Arniv..s of Spring
    Apparel. A encrous assortment, lartgc variety
    of colors and styles to select from ot Ladies' Waists
    We carry all l inds; the largest assortment in the


    citv of well known brands.


    Amonn them the famous


    When our baby was a week ol(d, eczema a)1)peare(iloil tli(' top of her
    head anf l. spe~i all over her sctill), face,
    and forehead,. Lorinlinigoil',iima~s of sores.
    You can realize how niiiicl1 s~inutilst have
    suffered, whien shte sernutr'lie,t it tines till
    the blood raxinimiterinintrlerl with water.
    Ouir f~unmily doctor's treatmzemit proved
    inieffectuail, as the disorder, iii'tetid of
    alratitimiz.de'eloperl miiore. 'Wo then
    stopped all nier Iic-1I t real miemit. :111l (0111ll-
    nienetri With Cr TI U1, % HM:'DIES.oi WCs
    Usedlttle Ct TIr UR,1L RLI:-I ENT, CUTI-
    / URA Oinltiffllt, amid(I ClTIC UiZA so.,%v, all
    ~ ~ & ,- trrtces of tilh eemtC~fa listillilCtlenre. thet
    ~ ..~ ,. ,;kin wiilli scalp were left jierfectly clear
    U, and Smooth, and i she w..i eintirely cured.

    'Mv olrlectt oy. ag~e nine reir:;, wai!; tronhleoll %% ith gore-a onil itileremit Ir:rt-i
    of tile ir irlv, 4'9i4'ciitlly oil tielt- Iv-.about t wenlt --four in :Al. They U*rV 31l(31"t
    tit. qsu of xI live-cenit piect'. :l(l -would ft-ter veryiniuvh :ind eject : a.
    TFheyi were very painful. After my bv iiOe r' rjivuee with tilte cure of imiv
    little girl With i4 ITICUI(A REM EDIES, I didl not bother with tilt- di itor ill
    thu I evae, *buat gave him ill-the4 tTI 'URIA t reaitijueInt which c tompletely cure-d
    hint in four week-,- Mitb. E. BUT'LER~, 12S') 31r Ave.. s. Brooklyn, 5;. Y.

    Sleep for Skinn;Torrured Babies
    AND RfAT Flit TIRIFO M41TU.RR In a warm hath with C t(iTcrA-r'r~i r-A, and a singeap1c aid!
    C;4ta'.,rr '.,t(CU114IURA 4itilJtnrlVit, Lirr':ltr-4of tCiiilijrilt *kill virerr..Thiaktreattmr'lt, :a-.j-tvd
    Ill tia 4-%rv rar to Vr i4 1'TI t UR A ItIISOLVEN r, Ito i'rr I toi- lv*r:in-r' ht'I Ik! boo-, aitrrrinI iii.
    ,-f~tai r pvri. Iirra t. -?I for parent an-rilvvp c;for child, tialjnd pozot-. 'a -pecypr~i, lrrtrirat,
    ~ O.OT,,altj l rure iof t,-rIirin,~, ri-lig~uritaixirar: raa~r, il u i i vai: :lv, 10111111%
    ra'-l it ted L 'in :11'all' il l iimarr-wtitih .- orf hair, '.,iertr :all il-vI' li-. Soldt liriuta-laoaa
    %%.,!A O I. Pi'uL E- \TV R% It. A\ 0IN iTE It% A I. TI'l FTMI- 1'ri. Tjill' S-r, 811.25
    ji.(AI is Ii*R k 14iiW, -!7--_ 4uIrrUR % iijitiivil.tt, : 4 rl,wuhit % Ril-. i'ri r, t. Pi'rrK
    t sr 4 1 1M i.1%., 1'roi.,lxo', I'i.p" HoI.tCure E% erKhA ip l utii lor,'' fre.e.
    %ave lour Hair with ..'.krm shampoos cif CUTI n ItSoA P, arid light dress-
    ir,- 4 Curl ur*R, poir. I "f r'niorilir'ntoand greaterit rf PAkin *vme.4. ri,'i'h t irpi.,
    r.-fr-.'rhitni. ,andu illexpenAsve trr'alm.'nt wilt clear tile 4CrlpanArd hair of crus~t-.
    seapos, arid dajndruaff, so' ,the irritated anid itchinir srrfact-t4. stinril late thf. likir
    f~lI~lit. em uppty tlt- rooto wiithen'ricy and nourishament, arid tn~kre tbehair grow


    fact the best fitting Waist in the land.


    dealer cr customer can dr.x.


    This fact no


    Iou mayforiisonic


    idea of our offerings by a glance at our large exclusive
    Shirt Waist Window, and they are cheaper than
    heretofore by reason of our Mlotto: I I I Cml.. .1\ )
    TIII'KRIInvY I\tRiL.\SI. THll EusiNIsI'.


    VC ,


    (Wr Centre T1ablo- we --roanzing beneath' l ia z,141411v -harr' if ul:'- New#e-t
    Th!Iiiag..aiiiIiLcvs 'ai.kI lroiidtriitrif-Q.
    EdF. tx. lg :ai..I I:1-4ertiuui :iiri. !EIdza..vtnimdJin-rtirn
    Vatlenc i a 141ccanrd Iu'etJ ~-
    r'lakhirie 'l.'rreiiiiim .f..iai- and Iti-urtiomu.


    ( ; f r'taurv 'JTore Iti,uan lEd-,i rig,


    -A philt LninaIrvi :m il [ulserthrioi,


    P'i:nt ( Sit-s i it. ()riteif,! i: ?td Pl l'1r V.1.I.:w.-.
    'HIliiinit-4 HIinttlkiarEdizitur. -ix vaurd I. t wth-. wr -#:wto we, ,It r~c.


    Sweepio cSale of illdisin hiderWetti!
    One vLot CIiiI d'.:D r iwor-z. Ilf-mintiietit(! 'itd iike, -;iz,-- I ;atit 12, :at I Opair
    S~izvs 31, 1. 5 a'id ';. rii ............................................. Iir pair
    our' L.': ('lad'.t PTriminted lrawe'z at o-it Mairk.
    4 )titi-'Lot C('l d '- 'Frmmii mod G(''i'- nat (C4-t NIMark.
    0iie It Chiild'si Trimnint-til Skirt-& at C(.rt. rlrk.
    ( )u- Lot NI i-a~ve -' imnmod (irrwti.; at Owr-t Nli irk.
    Oine Lot Lid i#-,' 'lriminpiod( 1irCiwml., worth efoir .................241C each
    Onie Lor t ad ie. rritnniiied 'din r ic C4 Ii em .r lrth i7--wfor .......15c eachi
    :Ecc zle Lot Oddls and Endsz\(:--
    In Lad if-s'Ski rt-, :m 0o1 wns to 4 lo-r' 4Out at ( 'st NIark IPrice.


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    DeFUNIAK SPRINGS.
    Two I U mrs rom ',nIIS.a- la via L. A& %H. IR.
    Seat of the Florida Chautauqua now in Session
    Until March 27th.
    -7 -Finest Resort in Western Florida. =---
    I!x!rlt--" A !'utt l i. ti ""** l '.,. W":it.r .ia !:.;I.,, .1 i C. limiate.


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    IFY! MAKE YOIR OWN DRg8-

    1 \\ can supply you with ever thing Iroi, Styli -'
    S])Drcss Stui;s. at really moderate prices to a spool of thea i
    4 or a paper ofl pins-whalchones. needles. skirt 1.tildingS 4
    drcs, linin.;, buttons. anl everything else in the notion line
    at lu-t the prices you feel you ought to pay.
    *
    5000 yds Hamburg Embroideries (on center counter)
    5, 10 and 15c yard.
    50 pcs 31-inch Shirt Waist Percales, 8 1-3c yard.
    50 pcs Figured and Stripe Piques, 15c value 8 1-3c.
    1000 yds Standard Prints (dark colors) 10 yds 40c.

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    Carriages, Buggies, 1Wmgons and Drays.


    R--Repairing Attended to Promptly.04
    :0 EAST .GARDEN T. : : : : : PENSA('OLA,


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    ** Montgomery. and on t.e- ve howiii;' nuo.ce ( an fjr;>;: an,# amrno lt of ut Fluowerf
    ant I )ehiio wanted.
    Carnations 75c per dozen, Delivered
    urance American Be:u',es S3.50 to S$.93 per doz *i, retoored
    All Other Roies $1.50 to $1.75 per dczen, to you.


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    THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21, 1900. 7


    II GREAT I!



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    TURNS STATE'S EVIDENCE.
    Sergeant ( iGldet Will He Put Up by
    the Prruecutltii.
    Loi'.vi-..v'. March 2J.-The stories
    growing out of the conference between
    Sergeant F. Wnarton Golden of the
    Barbourviile company of state militia
    and the attorneys who are managing
    the investigation of the atsasinatioa of
    lGovernor tioebel have caused a seub-
    tion tnruuxhuut the state.
    Whtroni wil be placed on the stand
    by tle pruecutio:o in the trial of the
    persona already arrested for alleged
    complicity in the assiUation. but itlor.
    motion as to the exact nature of the
    testimony he st expected to give is iack.
    ing.
    1 lhry Pay t, t Rent.
    "TL ir, is.'" s.tx a iravelr:. "'.a tok.h"
    .: i.iiz w!i, < ih they have lit Quiiet''n -
    xx,,Vh. Ire';; uln It is t here e stioamiers
    i,.k 't th:e in:iil.. which canii lea ,
    l..,i,.tl' 1L hours later than the lboaits
    ,l,, I..v rio -l and overta!ke them there.
    I 'r.- u'intly. l.howv.c'r.r dlla.ys >cur. anti
    tl:q .i Thle J ektl4 fiijt rs kill tllie '' going
    ; .h::'.. and t!i. l nat.-e is always in
    \:il 1'- sell them* shillalalahs and other
    :i ;hc-i. tl' h ias b41g oak Jewelry. canes.
    i \l liii ;itare si-iep, ,' to ; i ri S' ::* f Ilp- shlil lal. .'. a.ire wont!ler-
    f.l ;';..1 x;. fuil t,, look pipoIt 1id1 have
    t 1..'r'r .', pI:, l ;: k. ini t ih I x'lW,;: y
    T: i! l:i itt;< trav et l' ile I Isa\ tpl,' t
    i a il fulh .'.:x !:i-li Ls ill dl.:au
    , C \\ :t i: it ',e iettit2 L:it .., ].' \0 'ii it. It xa -: e, h, xt\ v
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    RES:TAUI'lRANT-- 0 Y b.* 2'


    AStrong:Fortification. I THOUGHTS FROM RUSKIN.
    Fortify the body against disease We are n.it ser.t into the world to do
    f l- anything into whic(.h we cannot put our
    by Tutt's Liver Pills, an abso- he ts.
    lute cure for sick headache, dys- ore a snare Set by the
    14.,*nds for h,;;: -,I) f:'.ty thui t belief
    pepsia, sour stomach, malaria. t ,,t a ,, ..:,..s a c:..,i-, e hn..-
    constipation, jaundice, bilious-! Tw" :'M ,,,' ,: i. ,.-,n. f.r .:;e
    who *'n lp it. *e : *.! t e-' Iial *|ie-x tiu f.r ,
    ness and all kindred troubles. Ii . it. -.! tL i l , ..I',,n ,
    individual :,Iid fr inatil,, i- it,., "I xw
    "The Fly-Wheel of Life" ,"h t1s., n'il.','" l.t -"To ,. hat i,;:r-
    pose .a I they piend'
    Dr. Tutt; Your Liver Pills are I .nv ir- mi'y i. tii p::!'ii; t,-
    the fl hheel of life. I shall ever il. ,1,gt i:!itll itLeIm ii! a t1-I ha it-ni
    be grateful for the accident that 't'w il nth, ;ttiig -.:.,1 -p.enting. but
    i lihen it is ni -t tihe rii.'pie:tl ( otject it and
    brought them to my notice. I feel all other thing;- will be w:l gt and well
    as if I had a new lease of life. I
    J. lairl-igh, Platte Cannon, CoL E COOKBOOK.
    SLiver Pills A dirty coffeepIt will spoil the stron-
    u L ver gest inusion; so wash a, d dry the coffee-
    . ......... put each day after uise.
    Lettuce or celery may be kept fresh
    DAVIS WILL OPPOSE DELAY. 'nnd crisp for several days tby wrapping
    in a cluLth wrung out of (old water and
    Will Urge the Farly Ratificatlon of then Iinning thie whole in a thick news-
    the French Treaty. ijaprr.
    WASHI1XOTOX, March 20. Senator When you have finished frying, allow
    Davis, cnairmau of the committee on the fat to ctxsl a little, thet pour it
    Sma o the trogn h a gravy strainer into the proper
    fore reliti,,ni and in charge of bowl. Thus any llo.e rumbs., pieces of
    the Frea-h reciprocity treat y, States batter. etc.. are taken away at once.
    lhat, notwithstanding the parp.a! Try lpotatoes lIbilingi with a sharp


    to extel-t tIU. time fur the exchange of
    rAtitficatiuns, he proposes to do adl he
    Lan to uobam ra.titeation durino- the
    present ses.in)U.
    TLC ,uaunatr is preparing a careful
    statement s' owvig tue aitvautag.-s to
    Amiri -aiii lunteree.t wtich wili attend
    ttwe o.Ceraz;lno ot the treaty. The sena-
    tor wli .,-t torth tnut tihe treaty is a
    fair b1ar Aln for i-,tt powers.
    No d.iut" exit-4 at tie French em- I
    bs,.-v of tzi- wiitm-n'n-4 of tne govern-
    lueLit ito X 'e i i t- ntim o; ratitiLation
    fur mue yea~ i.,u;.iJeO j
    tI' ili ii r.th Iono A r-i l Ini-<.
    \V'-i;:N ,;TI'N, M irh 2.J --Mr. Snlzer
    in ikn- l tu e ueiivvreie a scatuln"
    denouuc-itieur of the adiu.nistratiou's
    pro-Eng ish cour-e; charging that it
    did norltiill without the consent of,
    I) iwniug tree; that the action of Sec.
    retary iiay was taken on the sugge
    tion of Ljrd Sailsbury.
    1-..<1e( filllm .1lte.
    WAI.HAL.1.A, S. C., March 19.-Fred
    Tartgen, a prominent young mau of
    this place, committed suicide Saturday
    by shooting himself through the head.
    IOUll SALI.
    At a;i Ir aiM 7, ;iorr '>l ifi r
    ft lie'. ;ti l (, c iltiv iti0 i.e i ithe i- la; ef-
    wCC ill:I a .I of :Ti iril,' rtti 4i C( o'r-
    dt ua Palk,. w 4wli 4-rt- .ii i I--, lii>i i
    :.ii ; ,', C -t a i";e -. I ittf F,"* ,I.
    til! the-r inittlDritatli. aiiply tee \". K.
    l iilni-: ei ICl.i .. i. libui--
    snii A- rn,., city. l lI

    DURHAM Cigars are
    the finest 5 cent smoke
    Try them at D'Alem-
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    thin bl:led knift. '1'Thy will not slip
    apart as tld.4, l,, when they are triedl with
    .a fork. which :nets like \v.1 l e. and they
    will nut show where they ar pierced.

    DROPS OF WATER.
    The huge goeyers in the groat Yellow-
    stni.- p,:ir;k ae ;:til :; in' t o l wvly b .,be ,m-
    In 4 I l;haIS c'Ed.
    ,-c',rt )lI-rvatioii < indicate that the
    t'.,' i* -in, \ri v f;ir ;iv.ua wl n'i the
    I i.:il 'al \v I!I bIe tI othiii but a dry salt


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


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    AVO RIT


    Place For Pensacola
    Buyers to Buy

    Choice Family


    GROCERIES


    -IS AT--
    The Well-Known,


    Up-to-Date


    Store


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    TIME TABLE.

    LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.
    :N EI- FFCI- .JANI.1E Y 27. I.'kl.


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    No. 2*1. No. ;:. No. 2. No. -'.
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    0-PROPRIETOR OF--o

    CRONIeS SSILOON
    o--DEALER IN-o

    Imported and Domestic Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
    JUG TRADE A azr AT-TY.
    Corner Belmont aod Devilliern Sta. PENMACOLA. FLA



    McMMIlan Bros. Co.

    Coppersmiths,

    5 General Metal Workers.

    &SILL. Maufutacers of aid Hadquarters for lt

    Celebrated McMillan Seamless Turpentine Still.


    MOBILE, ALA.
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    --:OPPOSITE UNION DEPOT.oa

    W. C. NORMAN, Proprietor.


    Telephone No. 46.


    If /ou areready to s. to H:NT (
    house-kee pin. et .varston IE$TZ & G O1' ---,THE CHOICEST AND MOST POPULAR BRANDS OF--
    < Finish/ futrii.is ol'/ our i houisem mo W Ia %0l l 0-122A
    for you. They ,/1 llsare touyw --120-122-@:
    i;on;ie. Your" credit is OOd E. Government Street, I !
    vith them. TELEPrONEr 26-


    YOUR HORSE,, ----. "te.
    if utcring from an enlarLement c an Iuiklv
    put on :iis 1(tt. No, n ed to blii r or fire.
    Dhe enlargenint will be quickly a.- orlA:d by

    Sloan's Liniment.
    N t fin k it to c or teln lon,
    'I t killa 'w ,i r o r .plint.
    l I i t tlnon I,, Itmore-.ri'-


    P. Pare. by DR. EARL BLOA I S Boo aM. M., V.A. 1Dea ,T ,1 n 1trly.


    TB: OUlBIfIAL T IITCY 3n 1 nRRiLn I
    I elti biilu fit Adluo theuf~ work


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    AGENTS FOR

    High-Grade Liquors.
    .-1I.\I El1 11lKO P';1 VA.\! I: TO'I CK I;EN II.AIDIN S0L I M.\ --H.
    VI-.I Y FINFI: 1I hIt.IM.\N ('-iENil ll F.Hi D .1' 1(. K F -' O.\L' ( I,1): <>I,I) SILK VEILVET' KEN-
    1 (KY'VS P'ER1E-'; I)N OF I'I IITY. AND
    I,,1)S "F lTHt'I;1R.ANI)S" \VHI(CH
    ;'.\ACE WI1!, NOT PER.M IT
    TO'' '!NTI IO)N.

    d[ 'Tl" i,' t -, .... i;. <* '..':,.,! ,t ;.,ck ,f P,,,ttl, W hi-ky :!rxd
    \ .i* i F ttii y I e.
    THE JUG TRADE IS OUR MAIN SPECIALTY.
    g 'Al-o A ',-it Itr hie l-'.inu P.b-lt Milwaukee Beer. F're )eliv-
    -ry t.) e-v-ry a'.tr ; e Cf tI I "ity.


    IIENS-ACOI)[.%. FL'A.


    Telephone 7.14.


    -:: BEERS, ETC., -
    II WOOD AND GLASS, LARGE OR SMALL QUANTITIES.


    O IE AGENTS FOR


    BRlOO)IH1i4I4 SOUR MASH.
    DIAIRLYMAID) VJIlmKY.
    ATIL A NTAIt ItP; W IN~'0CO MIPAN Y S
    ('ELFAIIRATlEI) BIE1L- K tvi-s.% 1.xj-ieir.:


    H. H. WICKE,

    Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter,

    No. & South Palafox Street.
    All Kinds o. Plumbing and GOa< Fittings Materials Kept on Hand


    %WLIjPHONFI U2f


    PF YICMA(W~IDA4 SI.A


    SOMETHING NIEW

    *iEVERY DAY"



    HALL & KLEIN'S


    Mammoth Retail Grocery,

    502-504 SOUTH PALAFOX ST-,
    T"lozlzoxo 000.

    Ug Patrol,-, Ne-w iand Il d, :iar (''rdiallyv Invi.t, A to V\'-it atd in-;,. 'e
    th-ir Iioicn-r-ne tStock.


    A. M. AVERY,


    (fammun of Awmp #f Wovsta)

    Delmonico Hotel and Restaurant larcw Aware,

    ALL ORDERS SERVED ON SHORT NOTICE Iron, Nails, Axes, Shovels, 8aw Mill and Steamboat uappiles, Cooking
    AT ANY TIME AT REASONABLE PRICES. and Heating Stoves, Paint, Oils and Window Glass,

    .:: Booms far Rent by the Day, leek or Month. Agate and Tinware and HouSeftrnsillng Geoos.
    Guns, Pistols and Fishing Tackle.
    31, 132 North Tarrratln Strt, Oppositei sise DIspit. o lol d Fill Tak
    0-Telephone 68.-- j AGENT for Birmingham Rolling Mills Company, Revere Giant
    ---*GEO. WILSON & CO., .---- Stitched Belting, Northampton Emery Wheel Company, Laftin & Rand
    n Wi Powder Company, Johnson's Kalsomine, Iron King and Buck's Stoves
    Don't Forget to Stop With thFt Man. and Ranges, Wm. Coups Co.'s Raw Hide ,ace lather, Masury's Ready
    FRii VIGFUARITStF WIWlVFI DIllY Wil0FiOllll I TIl areailroand oln.


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    4 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21, 1900.


    ]]KWO: was 169; partly cloudy, 138: cloudy,
    58; slight rain, 1J> days.
    at Pensacola. The latest date upon which the
    Last killing frost occurred in the
    1, South Pala- spring was Mareh 2t". at Del-F niak
    Spring-. Tne date of the fir-t kill-
    Y ing fro-,t in autumn wa, Novembelir
    KING 00. 4. at DeFuniak Spring- and Tallka-


    Tormt- Invariably in Advance.
    0s. Year by Mail :w
    S~aiMon tht I
    Three Mu'ntbs I
    4*ftHStnth:0
    One Week, by ,*ari~r. pA~ntlt.lMondiiy 14

    THE WFIRLY NEWS:
    Publif-hed .ev-ry l-rid-iy tit *V.% 11er yvar

    TELEPHONE NO. 118.

    Adv~irtstvtg Rates Furni. hE d on Applicalion.






    -LbiAUULA, MAbCLI. 2i. L900).


    ra* um1d~-c dCTII,-KtLouli t-kUtItfrd-


    Fowelton. April 14 mand a-k that t 'i-vy t'
    given a ht-arty supp.,rt by ili, -
    Precinct 1:.-% iI. o. i;g.--. SI 'a'
    ban. Writ. Bazz~l. J I, Maxtazaiiand 1. K-
    Wrigbtiti. *..Ht-
    Prt-citct riA. Tb' tianinait
    Jobis t bra-,t. J. i. eo,. e ~ i tn- a %id t. 1'.
    ltuccan.

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    I-rvc.nn't -1.H. rut nam. .1, 1itiW-~t.



    Florida are fi.1-led withIit O ecus:'.oinl-
    stry d ir+- wurniiin-zs akidres-;et to t lie
    g~ntlp toulriits who (iontri'bt- s o
    largely to the wilittr iLIcomie-z of t hit
    Fection of t tliC -tatp. tur&irnK themti t
    remain i o:g.-r, bt-caus-t..of the se-
    vere avriliig weather prt-vailill~t iii
    the Nort h.The infereutwe a t hnt
    V~ie avers *ze tourist need, a guardian
    to direct h)i- Ilfvtiinen1t!. aud has
    n .ftl~e oenuuj;_'l to knlow wi: en h11(


    In rega-d ;to i .I';-: ing'; i t -.w. azrt
    wLthA the le'ei:- '.tia Nalwt I that -It'h pu'll ii-
    Cat.oin W4.ii1 i glnitly tb.-i, i. t t i- people- ofc
    iloridsa at lar,. "il in- pre-- i, oni. of tit'
    greatest educators of tbhe .**-. ,nad therc isr
    i. t lrstialtion tuo io;portriance- that shliould
    b left out uof it.t columnlii. W- .-lietve the
    county pape-r- it, I ,- i.- pr)-I).-r nieJiL.in for
    tbe d:-s.t ,t ut ,n of thi.- kno l,-dge. and are
    :n favor of a r.-as.onahl'-, oinpsen-.attionl for
    printing t1h-- Miam.. Tol tho li .-pile it would
    %elt lb"- Wothi 1'., co-t of expenditur- 1n1
    tbe way of keetilg tihetm poit-ed in regard
    to our iaws.-l iu'\ Ui lel A.idvoetate.
    The foreutoing colmprises, in a hilt-
    -hell, the i:ire argument in flavor
    PEI.o(sw we give a paragiraiph from
    the Mayo Free Prs-,. and a reply to
    it, taken from an exchange:
    When Is nia bte-ofler a iarndidila: for of-
    f.e tihe pe)plei hlav--a righlit to kti%- a-omne-
    th.ng shout hlu.m. In ord'.ir that w1 niitty
    tran uilit t ie -.>"hormatitini to our reailrlr. '*
    would like for -oni- of (th-* **spp 'rterej Mr. Mcle -ath to rI'1 .ri" u ,S % io I e-t--' W\lie:t-
    becan- fromi' H,,I w itin he ha i-an in1
    Fl'or.d*'A* !..1 * i i w ,tia lhi. e .-r ldon.-
    any hmll ',i t t 1i i ,,rl, i :trt, Tll"-e.
    are pe-rtnllie.t ,8l1;i-ti [l- aSi l hli 1, l| I*. il -
    werod p rne 1.. p :. wan i n-.- *

    Tons I N 1 I t it :.- r i . :..r,..lt
    htebooil txC,:.i-nlt. I'ti % 'r -'. lit of ;i:
    l2- utb.h rr h-. ':." :E-- ,' n i'. w :i I i1 'i
    SWa, l '" ->IJ l I\ k',litiU "V. ;, '." II
    r*. UPli o i t ti fit:ni aMt' n ii- tI h l i ll u !-
    Scboool'. -tutile*> lit W l 'li.- atil l cini for.a-"e;
    ahead of it tl "i!C.- r- of tI hl r.-L-cit:. He-
    ibegani te a tI .' : i' 1,. ul, -.i ti ',. ,C itnt.H -11-
    pV rinteot :dei.i i4f 1:..- f'ilti- n',i ii that
    work he bh- i -p-. '; i, -i. ''-e ti-t lif-f, e %-
    'ftr ptit e 1'. *** y of,).- l tulli nlI) in cot-
    iAC He'* a:.x Ilr l.nlItte'l "i Il t,.-' .IlsiC- ) .
    fKy.l )Nornntlrin-. i il l>1 ] .-tai n .llli- at I II
    be td f h.N i tci-ntiin i t ail a cla--.;i- ,-l. -.'-.
    Ian the- -a ii,- .-art h Ii t.-:in..- I0u t a- i,-talit
    inlb. :il -i-..-'iir li -'tiitCrl (bei-tt
    Tvl..atnd r- :it t t i ,. hd .. f I m :i t'.
    ftecept ttI- l !cn.r- c lihtui l -eir>-.-- and
    modern I:.;. ... ~-- ::. tri- alini:t mater. tln
    I 7 be a.-- *-p: I i.- -i..-* .:.. iide vify of t ,-
    -ity" .. i .?t \% ;at.- \ .ity. M i- .. a i,! i. -
    *sgpo i aft. :i **r. l ll n'ii an iii-i':** -,** ft
    i-alary. to :, : I lie pi i :'ip )i-l. 'if i t a, > -
    N:' No rninil .I'I .. -C p.' 1'.t ' I. '.t t vtr',,
    H e a a- h i' ... 1 C *' ,l.l 1I' -u ti i '' r
    o f l t t o d t .- ' in.. it r.
    Le treU B r11T . t i- i .. ; ll.I U .i l -
    <-epme-mI A i-r I- r I
    ac -pt t t "" (' - i l -" ,'t:.- I c ,! *' a
    of I- l iM . \' I.:. ;. - -, .


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    eip it I - I " c .t' '



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    1-f t :i I \\ .' ,", I. I- .

    :tnd it efoi 't. - ; ~ . - ii .. i- ,-
    litere' ...- .I ::l A i- '.


    the '- a) a" -ii* to nrr tF .--, ---
    phertic ple'--cr' I": ::i,- year .; J J -
    ondviile-:' t .'-' Jlit'--' '; iy
    Weet -;' C i.tdilt Tlanpa. -C' o
    ltichet.
    Tihe ali.n:i i:' iii t.,mpe.-raiture- foi
    the state wa:- 71.. eint- prract.:'al.:y
    normal. Thoe higlth-et ait .Unlnu mfa i
    was 76.,. at Key VWest; the lowe-t
    wa: 6T... at DeF.iniak Sirilll--. The
    hl gbet temperature reco! ded wa.
    Ih)t. at MbcCleutly. June 1t;; the l -
    itowae 2 below, at Tallah t:ee. Feb
    rmary 13. Absolute range for the
    year. Its.
    The average precipitation f.,r the
    r*-i ar ** .'.1 93 inche.s. beitll below


    has-ee.
    Concerning the extraordinarily
    severe weather of February thte re-
    port says:
    Tetnperature- w.-re sabinorinaIlv low over
    a la'ge portion of thi stite oin the 't!ii and
    l*th.rririig -lowly tl..reaft-r until the- lith.
    The liorniiing of Itbl I tltii a, noted ior t* 1i-
    pernature ranging from rf 2 I.elow to I abov-'
    Zero in xt e; *n' orth rn and We- trn cou' -
    ties. Otn tIh- l:t1li and 11th frt-t-zliiig t1C-iii-
    tion- obtained over th.- entire tae. on thlie
    lant nanied date tbecomii ng -*vere :o- fiar
    S.ut it la- iirtd,- county. Te-imperamure-s onu-
    Inuefd I.w over t:ioF i1norlthern and c-nt lrni
    -**ctionsl ui.til It le iti. waihei airnier w-ittI!h-
    *-r t ill. 1li h.i--l right of th l l-'lti ari dir-
    i ,i the!i a st. a -r ii)r.)U 'T I'!i4 ait. m. of their
    I ;th ii ht now . .- li northern ai.iid en-
    tral ct ion)ii. It 'lt.en it-d a Int r iiil r Ii a"
    >-.'Otl<> ctn:llTy. iranllge- rove-* -uflt'rd -
    ve-ir,-l. Ii:,. gr-satevr itnumbtr tliroulhi cn.i-
    tral c The niatli monthly tempt-ratuire a t- I
    beioA tIhli- i norial. T'le liiche-t Ini-si
    I;ioiithily temiipt-rature. t..2.. i)tcurrel ati
    K'-y We.-t: th- lowest ile-ain monti hli;. 4 .0
    was reciordi-d it Pen alicuola. The- big.l--t
    to.iiperiit ur recorded dtirnnm tile
    oi :l h.- w ,i> report-d from Fort Meade:
    the low.---t.-2., o.'--urred at allatha-i-e enI
    Athe 1.it; aitout-e ran-- fir th- -tate dOur-
    .iig tlin month ai--:t.

    Pain Killer.,o justly c.-l-btatd-.l wasi
    introduced to tile public about -iity
    ye-ar- ao. and now elijoys a popi-
    larity uneq-illed by any other inedi-
    cine. For the cure of dysentery,
    cholerA iiorbu-. rheumiatism., eoiglis
    anid c ls. scalds, burns, etc.. it i-
    without an e-tual. Sold by all drui--
    gists. Av, id sub.stitultes, there- i-
    huit oin- Pain-Killt r, Perry Davi.'.
    Price ,<. and 3K>.


    REPORT
    Of the Teaclers' Asmociation lFor ihe
    I-'unr l-ln thsI Private brhotil.
    Total amount collecitrd by u-thb-rip-
    tli n .. $1 .,',2 ...
    Fromn t. L. 1 .'- '"
    'Coleted fronm pupilts .'.
    "I t l iT n -i' e 177 '.
    E i .' .-- f ,1 1 14 'l oom

    Bal:nt c e< i 'Ci
    The dollar Il-ft )ov-r expiei-c-s i- to
    iozt to the lib ary of public -school
    Noi. 1.
    Tiie teacl .'r- wislh pi.tl'iely to e'x-
    press their warine-t t:ainik- to each
    and every one w!io in anyl' w"ay
    aided them inll their (Itfrt to givt the'
    children a full t-erin.
    it could not have bhen do:.,. wit! -
    out th- help anld -upp'tor: .i1 tI e
    I->.ard of Public I rnitrut-iioni, the
    county -iiperinteiideint, tlie ltupil,
    thelC. L. I -.. and the ge:;eral pub-
    lic: and to all we give t hai.ks.
    MR-. A. W. M( iKVNIlIs.
    ('han liiti:.
    DA i-', ANs'N. Stc. andi Tiea -.
    Whrere- .iln y<' i iiives-t n i)n-y v 'more
    proifiroatfly th in oy buyinti- a bottle to
    KitI.v A.MIi BITr'E you ge-t
    fonil for oiie. A klt idney idiline.
    a lijv r tIt itic. -toiniach treln'theniser
    and bowet-l cleaii( r. Four medicine s
    for one d.-llar. S d ihy H:litni.


    ')ARD OlI O1. lIII .J Si'VETYl
    IMot'er I r ( t conatr iuin ,o F ilire-
    A'ariim %tenri
    T'!i r'' i '- ti iit trl oWf tilf nl ):1..
    ',f liu-lie -:if-ty wias li' r ,if tini- 'ourn-

    -li w ith all otf *- iiI:nt r- pr -

    TI' .- iiatt-r 4I1 th-' ,':c C'.i-ii ;,',-
    pose-d for (ire- anid nti-litAl :tt,-ltilon
    ti -ic ttile ijr t-tc llfn, z-- t;it iel )by thir com-
    nmit ee of tIthe city council w-re re- --
    plirtod iy Mayor Hilliard. tec.tl,er
    with a sig ie-t d vonuiniiit-itioini friin
    the chairman of the board otf county
    (oeiliiil issioiers -etting. foirthi ttih-
    t-Ir-;- of t',:e uin etr-ta:i,lint.- f t'iatt
    b.-ard with lto t-a,uncil e--,;il'x tree.
    At er :a ,ei I-xpla nation by Mayor
    1! illiaird, ,liii tletiolit the troril'.' 1i:101i .,f
    tli P--aeola Infir r f" irmriirv tih-
    iiiz 3 tch-t f,,r the- itl-., 4 tih.- it\- atind
    a
    c'oiilty pti atit $77, ; r ;ttlili.l11 w :i
    f,,r ;i t 'ily : ict' t-. :;; vi> I ; t I i tt, I
    w ;t- rt-ft-rr-,- l tits t :*. t,.-irl;aita i iitd
    the- city :tt'orlte-y Withli i=t-Irlctiot.
    to ex tcilt- a prii[.-r (.in tract wi1t! t!lf-
    liroprio-ltr- tl tleI- liirni:try. tio tie
    r l;,ir t-d ) il- I I l- i -'ili 0 i t .:t. 1 c':
    c,-ii;'-il to-n i.rht alor rattlir si 'in.
    I I ., chiia i'ilin' r,.iol,, ttfd ; ,;ta; ,
    irrl ,ordt-ro-r d -Itir- :il.in-n lioix,- l. tliw it
    'mcn; i,' -oiait iret -t wir-- wit Is !1 :- ..
    wire--. -.in t*o t!mI, tc-'orv fior !- ;- al!-
    it iit I I c i !, ,. i W', '; \,,., i
    4 i Fy l''.1 r ti l I .-iL- Lei.lan i w i,
    W .I- ;.r -,i:t itt ,,i,. i ,1 t-.iti-l, ve-il h

    i 1 .1 :t ; 1 - ' ;tell I tie .; 1 --- --
    Si .: Y i : i -. \V h -lit 1' -
    " ,* .i 1 i i 'v . -" hi it, I

    0 I iI I i l ; i 1 l t

    tC~it 11 -b 0
    S t I1-t -1. 1- 0 ,'. l- I



    lit1.itte et ai.
    ,i>'.-ectd r '. l c t; \;--'' i 'l 1'' lt. i.t-
    a i,,,1 l t, t : ,'tftl ,:. 1 1 t 6 i l 1

    I .ti, ,1 ,4- t" -" -?.I '5 -1- -II +I '". I I -
    I o In d I t .--:! ,. t <.) t: r ltt a.l ... ;i d lirC-'
    * n-v' rit. i, li"ve ; Wi -. a t;, d a ", 11. 0 L,- 1-


    inor' s -rf -t vi-It: .- -
    ",t n -*'fety ;'p i wi i '-- M '. ,. '.,+ la,:
    a r i .te d .l:i I p l t;:' il. ,0" .1 \ ; t -

    w ',t i. l: t lit r! .,'T i;i;n .lii yV
    li'oimi (i ; i,.. to :.. i ,n :i li'., aid prop,
    * r:y lroti; 'live wiIa ." and a nurh'

    OIn l tl,'tiolil e i llairinan atid tlet -
    tnrhian: weie requtst-t tlo .ttenri dt 1
    pre-ent the matter fully to thi ci y
    coiicil at it- nIeeting to-night. -, -
    ietlier with thl- recomnineiidatioli of
    the bhtard for the necessary appro-
    priatio-n.
    After attending' to .ome minor
    matters ti" b,'uard adjourned.


    UNITED CHARITIIES.
    Commitstee on Conastitution and Orr.,
    -ere Completf s Its IWork.


    THE DAILY
    Catered St the. Pol't Ofiee
    jPjs.. mw aeend -claussmat tor.
    OwuICu:, Pitt Building. 2111
    ftz srrmi. up-stairs..
    PUBLISHEDi)P
    THE YEWS PUBLISI


    lVeather Condi.ionsw.
    The area of high pressure now ex-
    tends to all portions, of the country,.
    with it.s crest overlying the Central
    .Misis.-ippi valley. This las result-
    (d in clear and partly elotidy weath-
    elr :nd lower temperature in ;all di-i-
    tricts except t:ie extreme- Northwe-s'.
    where it his s-hown wanner nllice
    ye-terday.
    Macon report<- a light freo-t, and at
    Atlanta the tempsl r-ttire w:i four
    degrees bc-low the fr-' -z ll. po It.t :it
    a. 111i.
    Hil0 wind velocitie-. .cn'irel1 ;it
    N'w York City a tid 1 utilt ,tf Julii;i_'
    the pa-t 12 iours.
    Precipita;tilon wa W --itt!r-d ;i'dhl i-
    reported from only five- taiti- -.
    Fair andli contintled er.ol wt ,at!Li r.
    with fre-h linorther lv wiid-. i i ili-
    cat.-d ftor this vi.ility to-nii!;t ;iand
    lThiur-itay.
    M. J. N tIV .H I. .1 .,
    O(t)- I'r.,-r.

    It i- v, ry litrd t, -t.1Id idilvlby a1. d
    Q- f-# our td-alr oilc- surllf-r wihil'- wait-
    in'. the arrival otf thi dowt-r. An
    AlbanV ( N. Y. C dairVmlanl ca(iId it -i
    dr1i -'tore there for :1 doctor to c, ;I::f.
    :tit d s- his child, th-tn rV n i- k
    with croup. Not finding til- doctor
    in. he l 1f, word fior himl tao r'i.,l*t at
    olie ol t his return. He l -nio hli(-i ht
    a Little of Chamberlain'- C',,iwhi
    lt-tnedy. wl.ich i. hopt-d woiul,. ;ive
    s-ellie rtl!- f tiuntil the doct-or -,hould
    antr iv t l a f'-w loir" I hiti i c-til tled.
    .a. ii.lir ti l:t- dl-.et r ir *c-d noit; .v- I'l,. ;i-
    th!i- -';ild wa- tIil-i; h- tt'-r 'T!ie
    drti-i_- **t. M r. Otto .p S-!l, z. 1 :.- < t -he
    ftliily ha intie-- le.,oiniie nded
    C'atiiliberl iin < Ci !i.tit, Re i. ny to
    theiJi iiei. m-!.tors i tild fri-niD i tiin i l h
    lit t a1 i-stiit ldenm iid ft)r it froiin
    th;it irt iof th+ t c ltitiy. F-- ti le-
    )v l ta in i!; t2r .. . S1.'.i:th :tfox
    -t, m. I
    IMPI'(sTANI' NorTir.


    i1* t- "I i ,i-t iely a t .. "i -"l l
    I i ia 1 i t ) il c r 1, 1l, r r \ i 1 vcl
    .1 :i hbuilJ!. w it" a ny n. i; i
    It i l. Frr tir i- ;tl or.:it;ii it oIl
    I- d c';if" t tl tier tie' ji;-i- i<',i"
    it-- ('e lit!.l 'rra l.d- I' uuici!
    1 ['f J. I JoI )l a C.'

    I v. Johin H 'id..!r.. of (ire-a l-;!-.
    ,mt"; .. r! ii ii 'u. ieId I-':lv'- i( -,ii
    !; ill to )m e.' I CAi illtiia--iz. i!-
    :it,-;-iit I' !- :l p' Itive m -ilfp f r
    "r '..'!iri f '! i -. :,- dl'rs ti'd."-- V.
    Atr ir:- \ P'a- l' ( tor ('**n- r h s
    P're- t'. r ii. 11>-l.ip M. ont.
    AT:.T r I7. Ely''-" tCrpami t-tlin -i;\
    -v ks I t>-,li.ve my-elf c-nre-d -I f ciu-
    irrhi i. Josie: tewart. irtand -\Vt .
    ln ffil". N. Y.
    The Halin does not irritat- -, 1cst- *
    sneezing. sold by druggi t- ;, .',)
    ct.. or n'.;iled by El%" Bro-c ir. 5:
    Warren St New York.

    Have Your PAinti.,
    and Pap-r Hanging done by up-to-
    date people, in an up-to-date style.
    by patronizing J. E. Ros- & Co.. No.
    11 N. Palafox. Phone 32.. 24f-tf


    Tonight Who is Rader?


    Sam


    Jones


    illiam onso & 4o0.


    -AT THE- SHOES,

    FLG1IA OITAUlAUUA,-


    DcFnMial Sprigs, F1-rida,


    Saturday, March 24th.




    Last g great Excursion
    Ld ld f8llU


    At a meeting held in the Chamber
    of Commerce rooms yesterday after-
    noon, Rev. J. M. Danoelly in the
    chair, the report of the committee
    on constitution and by-law- was
    read and adopted as follows:
    1. This society ilhall be known as -"The
    i iLtd t'iarities (of Pet-sacola." tihe pur-
    p)iio. of which is the economical, jildc'iouo,
    illn I impartial Psb itance of worthy p.-r'onl
    Sni pilly bhe In (diltrebs. so far as the inmean
    of tilh euIc-E.ty will alloW.
    2 Ti-e nimembership shall eon-ist of indi-
    vidu'is. flirnm or corporation, who pay into
    ihe society til,$1l. $lor *21 per anntum,
    and all mIIetmbe-r- of families thus repre-
    ,.,qted ,Ihall be -entltled to all privili-a-es.
    :. The otiicers shall tie a pre-ident. three
    -vice-prefideta and a sucr-titry-tret-iurer.
    whI .lihall ie elected at I lie allnIi11i 1:1i -tt'In Li
    of tlie wievtyv and who %ball ftlso loe the ex-
    ecutive committee of the socii ty.
    j. Tiere' shall he annual ni-,tisn s f t lie
    soci'-.ty on thlb third Tu,.-dily in M.ar'ch of
    -ahs.lt year. nt 7::' p. min.. for tl.- uLurpol-t iil
    le trmig ottiletrs; also rextilar quart rlb1
    !iieetingi for public discu?.-sitn oir inforinn-
    i). anid to transc I tUtenD tliLiit- Ulis Ilimy
    be dfeeried neceEstry.
    T'li otiffcers of thes so'ltety -;iih ll formn
    the e ltxecutive committee, % Ihich hitiIll iliii%
    tt'.e power to pre.-ciibe riu'-, for tihe di-tri-
    btilltion of funds, to ci!l peceal ni.t.l-
    ingsi aind arrange. the order to' all publ'iic
    ieet-tinjs,; they -hall ailo appoint an audit-
    iig e i tnm itt-e other than ttliet-ele t-l c
    s-.:ing of three e i.-nliberi. to iiipe'cti nd
    report up,,n thitlraccounts iv ry quarte-r.
    6. A 'Uorunim .liail conli--t oi any *'-itlt
    iembb.-r- of this society: Provideld,. 1Th it at
    every inOting at lehstL two of tlie otliver.-
    nliall ie pre!wlit.
    The 'y-laws. and voimititution can it,
    amended at aniv re.lultlar iii-eltinL hv Ii nia.
    lority vote;Prl'ovie 1. iild antil n linient hi
    t>-enli read at a previous mineet-ing and puibll-
    cut ion. sett ing forth fully lihe iii.ldiiient,
    hiH. been made i!i the city paper'i'
    The following linamed persons were
    nolintiated and elected a- ollicers oi
    thle society for the en- uiiin year:
    Win. l l--her, president; H. (. De
    Silva. S01 ('ah11 a11ld J. W. I.urton,
    vie president!: J. N. Andrew-. sec-
    retary-t-r a urer.

    PRICKLY AsH BITTEIRS cure- dis-
    ease- o ll the kidiieys, l alis alnd
    -trenigth-lie- tile liver, stoli;vi.Hi 1id
    b )wels. For s ale hy Hannlilah Bro--

    FI-1 E STOCK COMING.
    Geo. W. Turton, Jr., will arrive
    to-morrow with a large con--igninent
    of Fine Horses, Mules and Jersey
    Cows, which will be on sale at the
    Pensacola Lively Stable. 2111,:-t
    A Mu1sicale.
    The senior cre-de of school N,. 1
    will give a imuicale for the benefit
    of the public school library onl
    Thursday evening, March 2it. at
    Clutter's music hall. Tickets are on
    "al- at Coe's book -tore and at Clut-
    ter's music store. Price (0i cent-i for
    adults atd 25 cents for children.
    Program will be published later.

    Dr. Bull's'Cough Sprup is the safest and
    ire t cutire for tlioe d(lilrous affections
    of theli litt I. one--croup. %lalopi iiDz-i-'oUlch
    anl inesaslt-couiiRi. Plh ycicr hs pr.-r-ib, it.
    tiidreii like it., and (do-e aie small. 1Prie
    2 -P t,.


    A Day of Delight

    Everybody Come!



    A Full an npcrl Pr aiiimc:
    Ill:; 1 1a. I .-J.i1.n Y. Fair, 1). D..
    Georgia'- Popular Orator. D)onna
    Adair, thhe Sweet Sopran)o.
    2::0k p. n-. oe.-rs' Orchettria.
    Hunting Scene.
    3^:0I p. in.--I'v. Saill. P Jones,
    "(et T"here a;nid Stay T'hler.-.
    7:(il p. ni.-I;rand Concert. The
    I)aveinport tQu .r'et. Donna Adair,
    Soloist. Chorn- of Entire A.;sembnib-
    I'aiPnt under Prof. Frank t' tayton
    Thoimp.on, Director. 4Movitig Pic-
    lures.


    MUSIC ON THE LAKE.


    The Greatest Day
    EVER PRESENTED TO
    WESTERN FLORIDA.


    F'r h-0 e Ioiu:il Tr;p
    MNY -CENTS rn -usttf celie o4r
    I:iver Junction aw Intenoriediat Mtat ion-.
    by ,pwl!:e l Tr:mitns. (cheapei st lind I",st l-:\-
    cur-iori in tiI- W orld. <'-1IIi>KE N ':.,.
    Iritiii do n iot l,',e\e until after '-:,'n g se-.--
    .C 1 (ll.


    ~2/1i S


    audit's


    Made in Pensacola.
    ABSOLA'TELY PI'iE.

    BONHONS AND CHOCOLATES.
    ALL KINDS OF BRITTLE.
    POP CORN SEA FOAM.
    ASK F-,l:


    CLOTHING,


    Gents' Furnishing Goods Department.



    SPECIAL-54; Pair L:li--' Oxfird Ti. -...- 1 : ..., w
    $2.25 to $3.1* *............................ .............
    )o Pair- .Ladie-' Itutton Sho, -. ;, -- I to ..
    771 's ... r,' "/, A'; ... .. 'K ,. -
    Flo-';ant I.int of Mi.s--' A Cthil!.lr~ n'- r Si.,
    Celtbrate.4 Meria .n Mak, lB ,ck .. T,4 '. l., il I .
    I' to- I>D tt .t :v i...- .

    Ladie-" HoU- I l-Siipper-.;t at........ .............
    L'.SEE 01 R SHOW WIN1M)V 1 il: Ml1:N .- -
    To Arrive Next W eek. Nt-w l.ini- l; .. i v- .u In t .' -
    I urley Sttven..' M .1ik N.-Ib:i I p' *. I) ,. [

    Biggest and Best Selected Line of Men: a:
    Boys' Shirts in the City.

    We ;ar-- nW in a 'Po-ition to O)ff r the' Piu tl," (;rif \ ,
    Y.-uth-' and Blioy Clothiinir. h:iviaitI 1iI stowk v. I .
    Suits to) SAlct P4 .,i:.

    Men'-I Pa t- it: Endl.ess Variety fr, 11 ...........
    )ur LLne tof No(cklwear C'omnpri-e- l'very S;le :I. .,w: :

    o-MM 'orless. Coon & Co.* Collari; iiiid ( iill




    iitillm 01)1ou011 & 011.




    Buggies! Buggies! Buggies!


    A SOLID CAR LOAD. Stylish Stick


    Seats


    SPretty Phaetons

    lCAR LOAD PRlICES! sntri;: Eoadc,: .


    Top Buggies


    BEST MAKES, LATEST STYLES.

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

    VYe- VW e will Allow Von S.-rni thini f.-r t' .it I .-.
    A isn't ttlt Fiftr'.-C t -.




    ililiiamll io ljn & 011.


    f 11 S 01^ r !




    Who is Rader? ]{

    He's is the Furniture DECORATED

    Man.-


    Opal lassware.


    CRAND


    I-'


    -A I -
    BOWERS & KRUSE'S
    Wednesday. March 28th.
    *it 'l ci n ill l: i lllI

    I ,- .


    1 i 1 t:, ) !'i l nl- ii- ;
    10t .AHt :IU.,


    S)--NOTICE OUR SHOW WINDOW.


    B. PERSON.
    S10is South Palafox.
    4-f ___ *--l ~ ~ . ~ -- W i @~


    C. i-t --Everything New and Clean.

    *)j ---Everytbing New and Clean.


    T!. -. .A I-:IrI i vs .itI I t14. C


    M NIAN l IN Istr A. ..BAKER & ti r. t .
    iUNIR MINI JONWf?. A. E. BAKER & CO., Propr ct r


    14 EAST GOVERNMENT TREE;


    < >l yv i- ;.:o t,- I t ,! ..:,
    - li** i +k -. i i *,,! ',, "! -.; > '*li 1:.-
    *,lit i! i t- ill ck I i, i. i i ti




    ' .I !" i f I li i 1 lt .i,- i I ti r f ,aji t i
    I"! i (* !(Jtiol l a h'l- t) l 1 i-
    i- t,, t -xar, Iv :- r;; i .- . i .- w4.
    Ie +t't ly 1 I,.Iv n oi o" ; i v -I i: Ilo :
    tnIdito ai to it- ,', ;.;it - ', i .nt:.;tcm -
    in : It- v lu. va -ry e ;:ii<-l. T'i- i ::h -
    tO o t w i tei ''rt- to h jiha blic ret naiin-
    thi- -:iiiim uitinmic-ly: ( itu" deia, -"i p-r
    ht 'tle. -ix bottles f-.r five- iIdollair.
    T!y addition sp. ,ei of "itli va, i-
    dire-cted euiu c:tilly to t!C i r- lief of
    inll te-tio, n in it- vat i- d f iriii-
    \Viti; proper el'-t ti.. letoiie, will
    ciUe tl.:- w ir-t fr'r:n- of this tor-
    aientini: affllition with it .u)ndred-
    of obscure sympt,,msoftc-n r-ferred
    tor other osrgrai tti;:i tte etomnach.
    By thica addition, it- virtue a a
    general topic and i:nvizorator and
    blood puriflf-r. are not impaired itn
    'he least. No better medicine can
    be found for the lclif- of tLo-ze dis-
    eases that are so) ,reva uleut ii. the
    anrPi lt, mnn Ye h.


    COOPER & CO'S SH01

    Will Exhibit at Pensacola Three Days

    r nwrwmw-rwoe il" ififf inwklm 0us 9 I"q3 *=Jnd 2'


    JUST OPENED.


    ) Of the SeasoD. Oi:


    Any and Every Style!


    FRINGE OPENING

    MILLINERY











    THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21, 1900


    TkheBst Food


    for Infants I
    Natre planned that infants
    should have only milk for at
    least thefirstyear of life. But
    thin milk, skimmed milk, will
    not nourish. It's the milk that i
    is rich in cream, or fat, that i
    does the work. This is be-
    cause fat is positively neces- I
    sary for the growing body.

    ScfS IriS.Ion
    contains the best fat, in the
    form of Cod-Liver Oil, for all
    dcicate children.
    t They thrve greatly under its use.
    SSoon thc weih moe mr more. i
    Splay' htter and lok better. It's jLst s
    fte-i .t addition to their rculr .
    hAod. The hypophosphites of he
    a nd shda in it arc recessy to th j
    growth znd formation cf bon: ana :
    teeth. .
    S... . . !**


    enr Lt 1 11l.* IL.. 1, 1"a1 1 i !l1v %: 14, 1 .-
    la I #. l Vs t1, .1t h It? -44 It 1: 't 4-Ow 3: V
    Uniiii-41 t atle. #4.. .ih.~- l3 :'.ti.'3 v!:
    el Ito the forwairdI .i-t 4,1' the ':11114i

    jtetwevu Ot- gr ~r~ui.;ngtet'stlh(of th~ii.-i
    etoiA V.sa-4 a t ui.ar~ttv. aStitt It )iv !:It
    adorned its o dinic okthll. 1 he car Wi
    rather rinowdtd. and the other pis-texI-
    gem,. fio'st of whoifi weret neti. gz4
    In ojieu mouio#-4 tl 2t4'flhishuet itt Ittt.'
    strange slieetacle. 'Ilie two y..uxig (s1l
    lows. bowever. pretended to lve iilivofl-
    scious of their surrn4tndI rigs ,n(] hlwd
    Puch econver-se V. ith the tkvlet't4Use
    "Too had You didn't wear yoior na
    tutfot~h. 1111 Fi n fra!'1 you'll 4mt.-h
    your cigaret?.' or the e(4nuMcuir .1put

    forithe- fares. ,s:w ,* f'the vounit& ilii
    liawi.edI hiiL I-, Cinit'. ItiA L4,[rangit)4 I
    I hrve 'far-s" -iwit a w. ri c' ct.i.'rj
    ainent. At I 1 .\ite4th ST1*t a vtii'.o 1 1;.,
    girl en'' !.iI Iht carr It t s -.ieIr, 'untl
    for a s..,!t. ''li.'r'. BI'."1.4X r;nISi.

    13J'l4-1 lit- y '1ant fle'" 711'. sk. q'Pt svf :*.z
    Wifre :1ihd "-,-I it onL his Li's- '1be iI
    f'orni aAll! Il%! T,'i R~t t::- *' ~ :,1

    gazing r#'prt us 'h !"ullizoI lt i.' kolvct'.4
    10t .4 (IZilio .1 ]:tit vs intUI" 'FII'n (-,,
    cir3 body -i:~c.- V1'hJ24eJ('h:.. Re"-

    Another 4(hasugze Likely.


    071111. nfl I don't thzink- tlic carol's vv-y
    !,It for htur.
    M i.s .: -o-ZI h, 1.I .4 ;-.tvt:.N

    Ii .r licrr ti iv N'.;i'~'litiz ('ar,]Iz. Slhe 411


    !ii ne. in ('rnin.-my ntn o. L3111. I ::' N 14 I e-
    r;.ohs are afflie'te.i iwith e(ousunipltic 11
    mud i2!w.(N n Anifriea thave it at all
    ehu4s. 1Professor 11irsch pronownece it
    *eMphatiently a disease of all times, all
    countries and all u'mc.s.

    A. 11. UP Fl-'Intit. editor iof tie
    *h,uirptc. D/ o\ It--titsaii. Olio. !..ufft er.d
    for au iuneho-r of teiii s ifofi Tetipltuia-
    ti-iii in hi-; raichi =t-ulder aid -ide.
    He !zays: -My right srm at tim.'
    w~a Peitir,-y u-el.?--. I tried (2hitni-
    beorlam'n' Paiin Wslr, anid wtas -ur-
    pri-ed to receive rolipf aluir'ist imre-
    diately. The Pamn Balm has bee-n a
    c401tisant rf~mpaniono of mine evor
    since Mud it trevvr failp" For "Ile
    bo' Hannah B-os.. 21 h'Sout~i Palafox

    At ('.V ttitinlup.sit.
    ('rvie"!aILadieu' Note Paper. anid
    EnveI141pe' s tmIatch.
    Camnbridg~e Lim n and Ei.veiopp-z.
    Hurd%, Parchmetit.
    Invii..tii'u Pai. r an~d Enii.-li spes.
    Fron.t. i Vet'im st ad Etivs lI''-c.
    Enjjl-ii Note; Sitin Werev: it-
    Pit;" r: eniii-on'- (Ctrel~. Etc.. wit ih
    geu-livial 4-4i n.- ?;t .i-r
    C.. V. I ii'i'
    No'.:-Wi144111t h Pa laftix $tIet t.


    Medical Smctcry. Attention.


    There will be a regular me.t
    the Pen-nacla Medical ,,(ri,
    the Board of Health ofitee
    o'clock p. m.Tuesday. M:,r:' :.
    Visiting physicians are cor
    invited to attend.
    D. W. MC.MILLAN. M.
    Pre.
    E. F. BIm''c. M. D..
    Recretarr.


    'ng t
    tv a:

    d all .


    THE CAROLINA REPUBLICANS
    State nvenllonz I .IAslo At Co-
    lunib -Tr'k-t tti It* Nameid.
    Coi -.mBIA., S. C.. March 20 -The Re.
    pubi'an state convent n a i in session
    iere It is compose,' w: about 300 ne-
    Kroes and a dozen white men. All of
    hi lAtwer are federal ofli-enoiders or
    wadlt to b" The -coimmnitee on con-
    (tested e.e;-'ican La- bt-e i. se1: rion hear-
    n a ;it Dl.I.s IroUl eever -. 'uin.es. Tae
    efr'wes un'se.'r litv .9un'.1 Mo are
    con ;'s IU se- ts- a.,owedi bv Is. ma-
    cnine uni-r rtu rn.- af E' A. Webster.
    rt'vr-uuC c o- tior. ain, J. Y. Ei3bor, post-
    ma4wer ":- tui,4 crly.
    1 fere w... t)o- a tatri ti'k-t ru: out Ia
    a tm -re IrinlJt;tv iu irde( r t' o;. : teieral
    pa'lriuiae :;f tie .mpubll'e'an'i wia.


    DEWEY WARMLY GREETED.
    S..v A.I go l I'.1 -,r, a <'t a rd I, WeIc.-e lono
    t, i t-r of )t,,,in..
    ', ,',\ .I, Mircn ,'.--It looked for
    .A i r It :;-: ;.t; t e eutltertalumin ta ; oi
    -.':u.rai ans:l I..i'. Diwer wa to be
    m.ar. i rv A i wexi:ar Tue day be-
    :.tAi c...):,.v a: ; wita ra:n. but at no'n
    '..e. i t : a 1' i in',,ruing drive
    an i r i ...-.n-oi w-.t,. but at 1.
    to' o !;e ii ::l .1 A Wi(U a committee
    ,It C tzi u,-. b ariei ,:*.* revenue tug
    H%:,I.. u: !.,r a trip i iwn tlue river.
    1 c.:- ani3 v,-"e.is iu the harbor
    w :r i -- ir '' rn ; a'i -'. .
    Mr. l)D-.%, v i ,t,i" entertainei by a
    .aVC I -:;.il.tt'-. ':t'-re wi.l be a public

    An Odd i.aw.
    1"n : o': : ::ni f.r ,ii,::p yrmon of
    :* ; i: T- I fT1':iIYiin. h:i to 4'n-
    ',- ; ;' ,>i *,:',.;:;;:. ':. y-t in the ,n'n tn of
    P.' s,'i l; iw is in eff,'ct. Every
    I.IPII ;:a S :i 'z, ,:':;aI ld i!;: sT ost '\'e in 1.i.*
    S ss ,arilny if ih.' ho pi!ysii.ally <.eapnlle.
    anI if '.- loo n:,t physicallyy capable lie
    nmust p1a;v what is called the military
    texemiptioi tIax. In the ca(nton oof erni
    a ri'idly enforred law is in effect which
    prt..ihtls a person who has not paid
    this tax from e.:tering any of the vari-
    ous beer cardons and saloons until the
    tax Is paid.
    This law is e-allol the "wirtshausver-
    hot." The government says that if a
    man has money to spend for coffee.
    beer or liquors he must also have
    money enough with which to pay his
    dlbt to the state. At Intervals one may
    reoa in the local official papers the list
    of names of tho from the gardens. The law cannot
    prohibit a person from obtaining liq-
    uor through tho l tervention or help of
    a f:-i.nd. but the privilege of dropping
    Into a favorite resort and hobnobbing
    v-it friends-a to oe\,ry Swins-must bf' fregone.
    The law is effective for several rea-
    FouI. The military exemption Tnx is
    anill -it is generallyy paid -and the or-
    dii:;:.y lIa.-anit doe's not like to see his
    name publicly lriuted.-Chicago Rec-
    ord.

    'I tlhii.k I would o crazy with
    p:iin wv-re it not I-or ('hambnrlaiiin-
    Pain B:im'." write- Mr. W H. Sta-
    plt,,n, |i-itl iille, Pa. "I have lbn
    afll.U'ted with rh.-umin.tti-li forseveral
    yt-jr- and harve tried reliiedies with-
    ,out nuliiiber. but Pain Haln i; thep
    be,.-t Inedicilie I hav e ,ot hiold of.'"
    ill p application rli--v-s tit. p;lnt1 .
    F-.r -sal- by H:niiAh Br.-,.. -1 S. P'al-
    af xx tr'et.

    I.iISLATIVE-: ('ANIT7E-4
    And Delegatea (a the C un-y '>'onven
    lion at Poweil.on, April I I.
    F.I' ll'-wini are the (and da.ten fe r
    tle legi-latare ani, tthe li't of de-l -
    'gate- to tle- c.i ouity den. 'critic cin- -
    v eitino at Iwh ltlon. April 14. en-
    dors(-d by the Workinginen's D )-io-
    cratic club:
    For slie I* giilature.
    C(. Moreno Jones..
    H. ('. Clopton.
    Inoleaate" to C('ouniy Conveni ion.
    Precinct 12-H. H. Wicke. F. R.
    Pou. R. A. t'redil;e. Win. Carini-
    chal-I. Tho-. (I. River I.
    Precinct 13-J. 1-. L. Quira. Ar-
    thur Jhn-o,. J. C. Aver.\, J. Whit-
    ing Hargial, JJ-. L. Sw#'>ney.
    Precinct 14-0w- Eitzen. J. E.
    Raare. A. F. Z-liuis, H. (U. IDeSilva.
    Ja-. O'Brien.
    Precinct 15-Thoz. Johnson. John
    It. Jones. F. E. Commyns, WV. A.
    Duthain. H. A. WVaters. 14m-tf

    Comfortable mattresses,
    pillows, etc., to go with your
    new furniture. 1'ou can
    buy the uwh'le outfit from
    .ifarston Finch.

    11 i 1: 'cam ,ifa 'ouifty t":r u:t ',)-:**: F'r-t
    .Itd:1 i l 'i tr'u t, t. ;;at ,f e lt i ida.-
    C.. M ,'K r /it '*" it.i.'. d 1ls 'l'
    hoi,-r it, r a MceiKfl. /i,
    ,ill ; I \ :' .Ia"'yti>-' -L .
    "'1 ta' ..,s*'. f "I T. '' s r.;iii I ll. 'r sli'* .
    . l i ;;'"'- i .'. 1'- ** ?h4 i' .- Iat I "as t l. !r

    \.. r s .t s ;' i I s I I.I 1-:.
    l~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~~" ; 'ti ''A ~ .*


    . GUGfEIRM'S


    Coffee: Coffee::
    We call tMe (af eniion of
    the general public to I'he
    fact that we hare one of
    the best equipped oi-tsfers
    in the South, and that we
    can furnish this delicious
    beverage at prices that
    defy competition. We also
    wish to remind you that our
    Coffees are always fresh
    from. the Roaster. While
    others are old and have lost
    their aroma, ours is fresh
    and delicious.
    .New Orleans Grocery Co.,
    J.4S. .M'HUGH,
    Phone 105. Proprietor.


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


    OPERA HOUSE.

    0 NE --M EEK!- .K
    C ItM ENC I"(;
    Tuesday, March 20.
    All High Cut Shoes inI ,
    Men's, Ladies', Misses' t
    Children's at reduced ,
    prices ... 2a lWi MIl-iilI Co

    Wilter S. BJdmino Micager.

    PR1 1 1 S A8 A '.WAY.
    A special SacrMatine o and e c -.
    Night, 10. 20 and 30 cent-i.
    :)-' Pairs Ladies' Vici Kid Fpring
    Heel Button and Lace Shoes W
    for only
    FOB STEAM DIVISION
    SPENSAOOLA ELECTRIC TERMINAL
    1 RAILWAY COMPANY.
    Trains leave Pensacola for the Little
    SBayo, Palmetto Beaob. Warrlngton. Navy
    Yard and Fort Barraneas at
    1 2 5JO a. 0m.arrive at Fort Barranoma 7:16a.m
    10:00 a. m. arrive at Fort Barrancas 10.45 a.W
    l.-O0p.m.arriveat Fort Barrancam 1:46pm
    REitULAR PRICE $2 I(0. 8:80p.m. arriveat Fort Barranea s 4:15p m
    6:16p.m. arrive at i1ort Barraneas 7:Ip m
    *:009p m. arrive at Fort Barrancae 8:46p.m
    .. Traine leave Fort Barran"ca for Penss-
    cola at
    7:0 la. m. arrive st Pensarola...... ":15 a. w
    11:00 p. m. arrive at Penacola........ 11:46 p. m
    Gentlleen, *:00 p.i.rrlveat Pensacola...... 2:414 p.m
    U 5.n0 p m arrive at Pensacola 7.45 p m
    7:00 p. m. arrive at Penuai la ...... 7:45p m
    DOn't Mis It' **: 45p. m. arrive at Pensacola ......... to30 p.m
    SDofl t IU t. *m"urdavs only.
    In effect Dec. Ist, ltSA.
    A HORT TIME: NDAY CEDUD..
    THE ONLY TIME, Leave Pensaota. Lv Fort Barranomw.
    Sa. m. 0 a. m.
    AND CASH TIME. 11 a.. m.
    p. m. 2 M.
    p m 8 p.m.
    Men's Genuine ('alf Tan Lace Hand p.m p.m.
    tp.m 8p m.
    Sewed Welt for only 5p. m. A p.m.
    4 p. m. Tp.m.


    $2.50.
    IlEGt L\R PRICE $35i.


    V4Rg pR WERK TDAYTH.
    P(nan')cola to Fort Harrafncas and rotvrn 4Me
    P..-na.cls to Navv Yard and return ..... S
    Peusaools to Palmetto each and return l60
    FABl FOMu URIDAY
    ?enaoeols to art Harrances NSavy
    Slrd and rt rn ..... ... ...... ..
    Penmsools to Palmetto REach and
    o etnr, .... .. ........-_...-..-.- 1b
    N froteht r,-', :v-d arft e- .:i v. m


    Don't Lo-e Time and go About
    Priciz.: We Still Lead as the Low-
    e-t Pl ic'e S1.,- li,

    . ..

    t KIDNEY DIwSEASES T -r 1 *


    VIDAL & SMITH,


    S


    "I

    t


    Sole Agents !or Celebrated YELLOW LAB-:: :.
    I--other High-Grade Whiskies. _O

    PROPRIETORS OF THE OFFICE SALOON


    F. C. ilwtlN!,
    i're--ai.-za .


    -s-':


    \'. K li1 1 .' ,;5 ;
    I .i-


    First National Baink

    OF PENSACOLA. FLA.


    WM. H. KNOWLES, W. A. BLOUNT. F. C. BRENT, W. K. H YE K. JR
    D. 0. BRENT,





    A"We draw our own Bills of Exchaune on Great Britain, Jr- ..
    Germany, France, Austria, Italy, Holland. Pain, Belgium, Rua:, :.%
    way, Sweden, Denmark and other Eurovean countries.
    lWVeesels Disbursed upon the Mo et favorable Terms. and s r
    'Obligations Taken Payable at Port of Destination Ten or Fifteen L .y.
    iftt r Vessel Arrives there

    CVSafety Deposit Boxes for Rent in Connection
    with whion we have a Private Apartment for the UM
    .vf e euI*a'm


    Cold Weather
    Coming. .,,
    ordris a :I' l I. t; :!' u r, :> a "
    t, s(I-nap a n ;i ..;. -%%in. n
    > t* n l % l *u >c : r i" 1r ,;-**.
    o" :' ini)t ,I i r; ., -.- 1- r-at :..t> p


    I' Ik


    TDPompso Olsetr 0 L:


    Coal and Wood.


    Telephone No. 147.


    at. I Itch i roa1 "r t


    THE ORIGTF &L *


    :T. LOUIS


    A. B. C.


    BEER.


    J. VIDAl Sole Wholesaler.

    f I lii3lE3. BR1DIES M illSt, IIlPOSTD 110 0t01E3
    Pall JoCes all Ece S3rings Cclebratci Whiskies.
    TRY I BOTTI NLf IttI RT OIIC.
    APHONE 164. : : : P. 0. lOX Im7
    JUG & FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED
    Free Delivery to Any Part of the ('ity.
    I "Ail orders left at The Ome. Vidal a maitb, will '- "--*' *
    atetnd'd to.



    WINHOP& GO. CRINiiSERI MBAl'

    II*9 V HCPE LODyE. No. 2571,


    Chinese and Japanese Monday, April 16. 1000.


    *=Fancy Goods,=*
    FXNE CHINA TEAS.
    N< I l South IPalar-x hrreer.


    %, ~ i''j %. V1. %


    I r. ,' rt.;ti t, '.r I



    \ KNK LI(N I


    ~)G G0LAYAY


    N)TO TLl; ri-mu.
    I i.1viiju-t rci i'dii-eei : i ia of
    All kind-; of eandi,-. anid ~ii ila
    vtery rvaso imi I.;.- prjt st-..
    M. M. Lir,'4r, 'ent- '"-r *.rc
    C hiocola te lDrs -. 1 ct '1-.r
    peountd.

    All IFaI c v M iK Id 'A11ni V. *!'-- b-t
    per' puotiid. C~ball itd -c -f'r'.ur-


    are the most fatal of all dis-
    eases.

    El CVI9 KIDNEY CURE Is I
    ULEI Guaranteed Remedl

    or money refunded. Contains
    remedies recognized by emi-
    nent physicians as the best for
    Kidney and Bladder troubles.


    71w Ud Cpsues mspeforzl*is -.4.Twl-r-d' :6 ai2 to ivk-t
    to I'alsam of Copab, d''' or-Iii- -aaL a ,
    (VibebSand Injoetions. -[;;f yriiertraml. -fI-s r 11111lar inurn&
    7ley cure in 48 hocxuthe tU~nlm alll.V to
    rnoe"it j tora a.


    Grist and Corn Meca1 r.-iIs,
    M. F. GONZA'AZ At 43. Fro:)s,

    CHOICE ME, %1, ANI) ri I:'--. ('lt()'NIJ



    try. Yo'i1r tmonoy :i i.!t ta to --''rnri~l'wy
    aridyou an turn are rd.. '.-,.:ed -
    in foeiseri aw the. ijons" .rwi '4't* ire-I' you


    E a-1.1 r- .!.'-. : I, -
    'tero.!y c' a-*u:

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    8 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21, 1900.


    Tb K*eotkky emuntsllsme*s.
    There are no more strikingly Inter,
    esti people In America than them
    isolated mountaineers, who make their
    homes generation after generation
    among the fastnesses of the eastern
    section of the "dark and bloody
    ground." The waves of civilization
    which swept westward along the St.
    Lawrence, the Erie canal and a dozeu
    other routes seem to have found at this
    point in the Appalachians an Insur-
    mountable barrier and rolled back.
    leaving the descendants of the pioneers
    of a century and a half ago with many
    of the sam.; habits and customs and
    traditions dear to the hearts of their
    torefathert.
    A uman who kows the whole country
    as a child does his thirt picture book.
    told me that if any person t:MIk th-
    trouble to go through a copy of Shak-es
    peare and p. k out all the obsoe-te
    words he would nLd nearly all of them
    In comnmol use among these mountain
    folk. In the-r phraseology we tiunl
    "iolps" fror *help." *Iit*' fur "'!-" and
    other words w-i.h+. far from being ,cr-
    ruptions. are the pure old Augbl-Sax:n3.
    Even th'ir ballads are memories uf
    ages gone by. and I know of onet man
    who, after riding 200 miles thro(u:h tihe
    moiuntaiins for the purpose. tiunaly pi'k-
    ed up, from hearing the wonW.n s.n:
    them. the full 13 vercsos of nin ol'.
    Scotch hallad whici proved to) 1bo idl n
    tical with those rcourd,'d in a ,l.m:y
    hearing the ,hre I.53.-lnterunati,.al
    Magazine.

    Story Eof a ,%lae.
    Tro be mudnii l':.tid ;Ti. f *I 's '
    year- hy ttl c!aitl- i 1-' i- '.
    wor-& forni n f -lrI--i, v. .i-r'.r. I,'.

    t-ll- !)>w -.u '!< *h -a i ., ,1o
    fr... He- -. : **"Mvy 1 I .* ,
    -o li*-l(ie- f,,r liv.- \-.,;- ,.. -','
    could ioIt turn ov r i'n lI-d *i"'
    Aft,-r u-ing tw., ,.tlt-- t I- i tr.,'
    Ititt-.-. -he- i- wviondi fully n:;,: v<
    .uio aibl.l, to( d, h r .,wn wi .r I.' hii-
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    Diviahm Reunion Here April 26
    and 27
    ARRIVED. HEADQUARTERS FIRST BRIGADE,
    Pr t.s U r'ul', rngatt i.Coode. Tampico, FLORIDA DIVISION, U. C. V.
    to 4.u1f T'Ianst Co'*
    Hr a- Tormus. 117: Penwill to (.ult Tran. Special order No. 1.
    '.it co The attention of the camps of this
    A1L.1,. brigade is called to the action at
    onrk H>hflv...r Ander.. 6 .onndn DeFuntak Springs. March 17. with


    ItL-.~ tp rarrowdule. Patter!,un, Lube-k
    I 110L previufid,

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    Nor lok 1.u:ske. I'I$ Loreutwra. London. t
    I'eu -si u aLumxber 4 su

    THE JI1PP1NGi.
    VEM&KILLS 114PORT
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    -pan Erri -tc, 9.4. 4rmuiccit-:1, ti' VW 1
    Ki-vL.-r & 4 o
    M. HKiplitiel-vi. I'l.l. J4whibnbOn. to flensa-
    Coln I.u titlist 1t".
    Itr salopm.Jttn .I -. Hur~ge!- to l'ei-acoh
    Lu 111 be ". Co

    Rlu. &i~lunitiu'.. l7'.urchmria. to) .WI
    Nor t& irl "..~~ -~I,,t IH

    (;"r Itfl'I~i 11 ".~'tnof'.to i1l ar,
    louliwosI"A'-
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    Nor ~o-.''.Evenst-e,'. *z 1 11 IHoyv'r
    I1 C40gial14. II l:.. Pa. r.-noltks to K46i,.(o
    Nor 4 finc silia. 1%"!. H .'. n. !L)ord. r
    it Di.-I ~v.i zir11- 7. 12.0 adretil, it) .prdr
    Nf,( I' t t2 .*tl .1*-, .*. l I 4i116d-.6is to rt '?'
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    reference to the election of a comf-
    mander.
    The camp-i are urged to -:-end .e
    gates to the division reunion in thi-..
    city on the 26th and 27th of April
    next, when the brigade will hr e-
    pected to elect a commander for tm a
    year.
    Let Ls h ive a reApre~erntat ive tl'elP
    every lain?), zasthere art- mitter-i f
    importance to be cow-id.'re-I. the:
    same delegates can be decred.11-i .o
    the division and brigade, the Corn1-
    muander urges upon 1icamflps to s-ndii
    full ro-tters tot tha-ir ('aiip- t) Iop
    neadqu.-iIrtei-s pr-pin taliy. alto a
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    SPRING GOODS.

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


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




    Our Stock is Immense!

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


    In Men's, Lidies' and Misses' Footwear

    v:e are the Leaders.



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    BJ uildirng, Pmaisfox -Kr.-:

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    with !.ffc ~ I %-`0"iI h,'64 U hscll
    fieftens tletau r11'.O aL~ iilm'.' .1wAifWCUes tw~d
    coli c. andi I- Ihto-b.fc regx9.'-dv for lirh..
    It wdi.rolirvo the poor little %ttff-ro-t' mm-
    lifsedjatotiI!- s4id by 1iruggiosL. itn vr
    part of the world. Twe-nty-tive c-nt- a N.'-
    tie. Hpesur' and aik for "MrG. Win.loA '.t.
    A4.otbin% Py cup.- and take no other k i ld.


    OnTuoe-daivc.Thursdavs and 'Sat-
    tirdtays. froml 12 in. to 3 p.in.. ptersmi-
    will be+,-:teciiaited froee of charzo at
    the Myfiep bf the State Il'ioad ( f
    Health v.4 Fl-)rids. No. W#-'t Int-ua-
    dencia '.tre. t. P~lv-ician s! othe (it%
    liar.-4k indly eon-cut.t d tom p. rlqoiz-la
    t hir %trivice at Othe!our- t- :itin d.
    W~u.K. If ,i. R
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    Three Large Stores3
    Full of FURfNITURlE. The f'-
    linie-of Walnut B ledro'iim Sut--.- 1'f"?
    5hn~wti in Ponn-a4'Ia. Pretty' noeutly-'
    filji-ta. d 119WI 4)111 I dr'a oil 7'mt:- .i-
    Al price!..-. Vatt itta and ( oh?, Ir S.- it
    itovkoli. h~ic at'nllittle-. ch apil~f

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    .Vot kin ~.6o set,-oll' a h on-e
    O.V landsoyae furniturev.
    .?farston. A'-Finech hare 'irt
    immitpn se toc,.-Ilor ifoi to se-
    ic j5l- i(1na(1 they if-ilsell
    t" y'~'a'oil, bn- timpe (if'l


    No better Cigar &ou
    the4 money made-DUIR-
    HAM--at D'A lemberte's

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    Snhoor 1l k-a 1) IsIftl.
    MEMPHIS, March 2l). Mr. J. W.
    Schoor was indignant when he read
    that he had an agent betting on F. W.
    Brode in the New Orleans derby and
    that he watched the race from the
    judge's stand.
    Death of a Promlmeont Millster.
    MARIOt, S. C., March 20.-The Rev.
    John L. Little. formerly a member of
    the South Carolina Methodist confer-
    ence, died suddenly of heart disease.
    asgd 63.
    Furniture at alt Prices.
    We are selling dining room tables-
    it bargain prices; ail-: tov'-.., bed-
    -prinii -. nmat ttinie,. kitchen -af-s. :::;I
    kitchen cabinet-a with bhread board-.
    chelitt- for flour. airnd dlriawer for
    - itc-hen itutn-ils an :d tableware.
    ('a;,l ;i exjtlinunO th'll at ( M.
    I'ryor's l targaia. Furniturej Houii-.

    Elegant bed room sets, or
    c'teap onex, wthicherer tyou
    want. at .Aarston j- Finchi s.

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    *MWE IIHAVE JUIST RECEIVED 4 I'R '1


    Spring !ine of" Up-to-Date Dress Goods,


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


    27-inch Z,-phyr (oin,.ih:1tl. our
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    :;ti-inclt Sprin- l'erc:,le..s, iur
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    ou r 'rice ......................
    27-inch ('heck Naiti,,,k. ,oir
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    furniture or house fu rn/
    ings until you hate ,',"
    Mfarston 4 Finch's ./'/,
    Their prices are lou, :/,,'r
    stock is complete, and /"
    will sell you what you ,', "'
    on onng time.

    Try T 2 VKWS, 10 ,o*" :' wt 'v

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    the crew of maid vessel.
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