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DAILY


NEWS.


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 22, 1900.


VOL. 30.


NO. 41.


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


'Oi- LO ATIN 4, f H 'A V Y F IG H T I N G
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Council Makes Ade- I a: .., S40As4 21 $4' I 1:,"
A rr%~L-*-ertfl&Iiy suaaiat..dtt'
Appropriatlom'S b*~~r~ ~.e-rbance's of it-t~runry
6 .(). 1'. M. R:,A\
('umip: rtpil.-r.

*~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~.t 11'-e:.aa- Citylea es.~~- ~~attorz.f'y ga A as 1i1-
the 1!I ta't the ('sil Isil had iio ieg:al
ma : 1 ut %vamytosit ant-b rivviIetud ii r Ito Icoinam inse w~tiith je tcle -
,, %za ia'% #r Mitsti e. fi-iCar- ;0!,' c::1an Ii puh 'tax i'itsl-'
it. It: i 1i!11 1.it ti. -\i-tt-:. vrot-Ziwmir~e' he .pei,;
r .ve (jl i.Fi~tst


iiI -t I :.2: vi !y.,5( ranaI-e t1,e ii-5t "rlii-

:11 1 'a .at4'sdi~l '44-ri i nthe ( :: t i t,: t 7 it t h
lh'eriut, a iic4~r -aie'! h I t )- '
I 'lil I .dld!ht- t 7 i I t11,11.alr d ja d b
-. ~z* I aallha. .01111. 11- N'It''. A
L t),l alhr4'v#-d.j Arti(.- *_ .e.-cti,)i. hi was i-. tticdrawia. Ii.-t
I *eeslililaa (ofu .1:,f-.- ii fsic-fer the 0erctionl of cC's i
U '110' 4*.-dftV ~,wa.; -~ -Iyhczeor .other conipa-
If-'rto.' hlaerd t., pay 31, a- ue -'oA timp.'

-rfe- dhaag pipz.r.for tCie vvtyen. Aldifi-iiaii HRazzeil ititrtoducced hazi
f 1111 ti-- f~a Year. it lla "14 th,- ordinat 1wt-liared by the city Itts
-1*.4IWIA thlost 'WiLg to ethfead- attortipy relt Loivto the # mod oynisIt i-, n
ifdrarovi,-ionia tr.#, cottrac*64pr of ;ani'tarv iflpsectorA, and it was hug
-mrsI tnlOtw*y wi hi'a Contract. rt~ad tht- fir-t tiui.. t
*,Atilv- to Ittle- ietltitioi of citizen%~ Stephen Lpe asked pprmi~aion to tr,)(
a-gor, tiarden i Ar Chaspittrepts erect a huildiuix on Rat island to he tacl
*tthe wate. ti~aizi4 be extended us-ed a-i a fertilizer f-.tory. The fou
-frotn KByl#-n- ad that five ad- matter was referred to the harbor mu
trial fir.- hydrants be put in, 'andid anitary commziittee. hoi
.rman (irt'-ii 'of the f1inace cor- Chairmaii Danijell of the board of T
.*..t- ro-loorta d that there was S6.W! public safe-ty and City Electrician the
,Au.tnalioiropriated. which had Lenr Le~zaron addressed the council tro(
:#.-r.dfrrearn h a- relative to the need of rebuilding the leie
-,rqept seweirii and Glarden street fire alarm system. Oni motion of 1,
!rmrs aud1 othr proses. f Alderman Calin "k, oras wuen 'ma
-It'r#.d thatSl(xibe. appropriated appropriated for the work. h is
,!ie co-tt of tht five additional 'rhs requp~t -of Chairman Da.niell Ae u
1 rants for the re.maziuder "of'Of the boitrd!(-f public safety for an to
_'.Ai Year anid it was4 ordered appropriatictmof $310~i to furnis4h the the
miaine be extended as rt-- chief (of the fire departuient with an
I.cemiteoutfit for rt-acia ingl fi r is promptly.
?:151iA~PrV f ttiewn, refurre-d to the finance commiIit- j


*.r aand givi FePbrvAthatlIJthtey
.v.-d on e letter rtu I eto,
,,i m:rgitctaile, which was no
aI-fact--ry. and a-k.'d further
I(s"! Wal.;grmitt-A4.
r-fdjmtatanee ad ergros--um:
o. ro-1eort#-d two atri saniet'-
-*r if el. public workp- ri-port d
V ti:ad auvvr~i~ii jee fr hid- ftot

Jp!hltidtad oit reefeu-ivt1 a.,%
II v tad. ilei',,-eer, tinad'- j:i~
t-'a tis'' (.Ardo nif-tn it w
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i.r Alde.rnA ali Ava!; tI..'
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p.*a:--i-ri et'c- t a -fie i-ts

-ie f If 1 b Ipi1 c w'er 1
1i -ll-r--.repiort waA !-III,-
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Aldermn a i- lHzz(ll called attend ion
to tle ul.-;talital y conditionst f thie
pond at the co(erner of Jack-on -treet
.)I) E.-t 1Ill.A
T!:- I.trall-f.r of I :e .:- to -**-11
hiliur fro in Shippey & ('Co. to Hall &
H.tJl w .s r;atit d.
The danzitr froin live wires and
th< i""por' ii> i 1; vi*,)- :(n a a
t.) guardi thii'-i, i, til t,, irtld. aas
ti ~ d -4 u-.a-d.
T'l e cnu!.'il tih t i : ailjournt d.
i11N(;;1i11%; i. ;AIGtiPE-; C<1.11
G. V. a:* l.,7 -good St., ('li' i-
-av; ."My wife had a v,-ry -a,-
\* re C ise f l.a t. ipp",. :,nd it left it '!
wvit'i :t v*ry lad. ('e uh. Sh,- tri<-d ;t
holi.- l f .t 'olev's Ho::ey a:.d Tar a;i t
it g :V. :I; n -:tli.' h litf. A *'aP ('mit
b .ttl-- ra' ** I r .* .r--t utr.- l .'
Pi ev 'eo a td **W. \ A. 'AI, n,-
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;T' T-ni" ait Ft,E isn' Arbona' -.


I,.irtt rae=- were on the police
curt dockc-t thii- iierliini.g. Jack,-on
llits i -n aind Franik ('Cininghalm.
charged with disorderly conduct,
were discharged. I,. Coleman. .1.
Mitchell and P. Ableman, charged
with violation iof the s-aitary ordi-
nance, were al-o di-charged. A .
McVey. concealed weapons. st--I:-
tenc< e-uspetIndt*. J. Mathtew.a.
drunk, finM d $o. Butter Nesbitt. as-
-ailt. waa fined $ Us, and setitcucid to
1' da~ 4 in jltil.


Ill ILNEDI AT THI-E STAlrE.

Horrible Death of a White Girl Who


- *., ived With Negrens.
.. .... CuO.ItMI.IA. S.C March 22.-News


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was received here this morning of
thte burning of a white woman at the
17 -take by regulators at Chesterfield
courthouse. U. T. Steeu, John Jack-
sotn. Benjamin Jack-on and Harva y
Jackson were arrested at midnitrht
charged with having committed th-
horrible deed. The cau-e wa.s tint
ilite gil was changed with livit g
wi: ti i groes.


. Pmiei-% ti Aisa3a tetl.


N .:w Y iRK.. Mrceh 22.--A -tra nger
wh.,i r gi-,tr etd at the A-il.and hou-e
,a- P. L. Dity. wa- found in hisr roon
a;-i l:yxi cited, with a crucifix, a bank
Se.. k atuil ove-i $*2 -'4 t in hi-< pockets..
The lt,;uk b'ooI i- ,f the Fir-.t N:&-
_ ,_'- t~. atl bank 44; Port J.-rvi;. T :P ,t5I-
vrv- -:ty thi d.peieitor wa,' P. J.
l tii".v. ;t C(:thl. ic' pri,'-t.


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(;.il 1 .-.;'- t- 1HARP'Elwhi-key
:,t NOw (-rl.iis 4N World- Ftair Chin-
.st', o rv it. yoa will end >r-e tlhe
J adI f- verdict.
6OLD BY
DANNHEISSER BROOS.
Pensacola, Fla.


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TRANSVAALERS TO


AT LOBATSI ABANDON FREE STATE

London Awaits News of the


ie Mafeking Relief Column
Meets a Strong Boer Force


Relief of Mafeking.


BATTLE AT WARRENTOWN
h, Are Now Holding General Plunto
her's forces in Clec

While Another Strong Bwr Force
il I n Ioute to J .in ins the Attack.
S.ONIoxN, March 22.--Gen. Plum-
s' olumn, which i, marching to
1 relief of Mafeking, has met a
back and; i- now held in check at
buatsi bya strong force of Boers,
iile :a other HI-)r fr( i narch-


der Heavy Shell Vire-Proteoria Ac.
coust of the bklrIamls of Fourteen
W-earnsu.
LONDoN. March 21.-The only news
from South Africa showing activity on
either side oomes from Warren town,
noeth of Kimberley, where desuitory
fighting occurred all Saturday. result-


RESCUED BY THE FARLEY.
Icebound Fiseh.rai ma f4 R^.ved Froam

CLFIPA-EL&19D Mir~n 21.-Afrer a ter-
rific bamte with ice, th3 tirebaat Cleve-
lauder, carrying a large %umm~y of pro-
visions. has sucoeede.i in ruisch~ing th-
$1.70 tluing tugs sLu-I ha, firdlios? ldr'ey.
whioh had been imprisoned Ili an Ice'
oi~d here. The fihin in tgi Fmarte i out
frum hare Muuaay evrazzi for litirou
aud were caugu& in the ice, from which
they couid not -,at fr.4a e ba ie ?b )at
F'arley was sint to tneir aag.tiltixn"towtil

rendered baioi-ss. '1ne po~xer~nkL tra-
boat C~evem;aader was "tar:jI i mi:aud
afier two hotrar' wr:-K sUGte~dI IILI
a -m) Lciantifuexl iriuki S iticiies
thie~c to the three tqom
Tairty menu aA tcoi wtire or the three
icabouild vebsels. They suzS-zed n-
tensely irom lirirger and coat ''he!re
W.-%4 PrI t:CjLliy no fo 1-i ton 1aivy of th-3
iaipr~sozied vesio,.z-when tiluv sort port


* forward to aid in the attack on tog in the retreat ot me Lors towarU
n. Pluinier. Chesonia under a shell firo. The DEMOCRATS WELL PLEASED.
L dipatcih from Lobati -ays the progress of this coluom toward Mate.- Nbraska Platfom ,.t.t With Glin-
ti-hi were tak, n almost complete- king has either almost oeased or is for- er.a4 Appr. v-.I.
by surprise, as they thought the bidden to be moutioued in dispatches. W I-nioro, March '.-.he p!at-
ntary nearly clear of Boers. Nothing new comes fromColonel Plu- form aopted by the Dmo, rat: (.1 N
Heavy fighting is now in progr-,es,.f.
'lie report of lighting at Lobatsi mer, and Mafekiug apparently still orasi; a is much dim-u-s*ai n Wasthing-
4 caused much at.xiety. While he awaits relief. ton tbecaut of i's trosumed bearing
a apparently suffered no serious Tne Preteria account of the skirmish upou the national platform. Tbe fact
est, his ability to reach Mafeking as Fourteen dreams March a16ay atb that Mr. Bryaa in som, degree outlined
now doubted. Later uews is be- tt Mr. Bryaa u mdagre lined
* anxiously looked for. a Boer command was preparing to de- this utter&uno of sue Demcarawt or his
koer accounts say the British stray a raihteMd bridge when attacked own state was sutnlaiet cause for Its
ops have fled before the Boer at- by the Briftsh. Theeagagemenaslated being much talked about.
k and that the Boers have taken half an hour with she resaul tas o6ne 0 Dmocratic leaders generally were
ir prisoners, fifteen cases of am- bugier was hlhtly wounaied. well saasao. There is some dispose
inition aed a number of guns and A second edision of Te Timee priant uon to feel that the Nebraskma patwmin
roses. h te oloowdag srom Bloemfooteas: do not go far emoaga ln empha aing
'he report from Kroomstadt that: "The blowia aup of bridges b the the fee that the traditional poUey of
e Boers have defeated the British Boer is a evideut sign has he 1M- the Democradtc party has been for legit-
ops under Oen. Oatacre Is not be- vaiters tamend to abaedon the defense inmate expausiou.
red h,-re. of the Free SatMe"
,oed Roberts telegraphs that so Ail is qa is the south and weLt A HIS WOUNDS PROVE FATAL.
ny burghers have expressed a de- ooirp of young Boes@ from Jarme has
e to surrender under the terms of been detaied for police work and to John Balry Confesses to the Shertff
4 latest proclamation that he has prevent sin looking of abAtdoned farms avind EfKPa.
it small columns in various direc- by the Katfflr. MaHisTI&. Ga.. March 21. John
ns to register the names and take It i saitL that when Presidect Kruger Bailey she negro who was taken from
*ir arms. left 1!t;1mfonteiu after his re.aes vitas
terms s Preosians Seyu's parsing remark the Cobb county j tit by a mob Satur.
sRonirt' Plan. A a1 ri -. w Dm._


""" was:
'he great plans of Lord Roberts "I'Mad the Britvih do not ca'oh you
i ( ar. They will be put into opera- Hetena than L"
in within the next three week. The Ber% at Alwinoth are reported
en Buller with 40 (10 mtr-n to be stul noiding a position in the big
11 advance in Natal at the s_,iie bills ou the Free State side. From a
>e that Methuen and 20,1iNj men Pretoria dtsi..tch it appears chat there
vance toward Mafeking, eniteritg, sene muisuanderstandinu regarding the
* Transvaal from the west, whilf, reply of Ainer:ca's offer to mediate. It
lierts, joinc d by all availthile hmd peen qt.. -i to the effc; mast ,Lord
e-.-, aggreoratit l(I.tN01 aund 40ioe Sitssury smlli he could somept the in.
i-i, will advance noithwiard furom torveution of no other power, which
)eonfiitdtin. lead so the belief that tne Amrerioans
.,)rd l-Rob-rts will thon h) in posi- wu.d be litened to in tue final settle-
nI tio 0-invilope any force the l:oixrI .ment.
i..t b-rinig ariainst him, niiit it is Private Cole, the Canadian whom the
hlt-vd-it. will speedily i-:d the queen visited at Nettley hoepitae. hae
r. returned to South Africa, fully reovy-
0ered.


(;rau arnidSalaga't% ritaniii- ia Nev.-.1-st
t ract ioi.1
NF%%-: ~Y' eus. 'sircii 22.--.alltric


BRITISH RULE IN AFRICA.
Plae to Throw Itbe Republlics into
Hands of tbh English.
LON-,o, March 3L-It is said here


Jay night. last and riddied wiah Daulles
beaouse of htis aasaul upon a young
lady a few days before, died in the jail
here.
Bailey made a full confession to
Sheriff Bisnop anud ailey's father Sun-
day. but Mr Bishop promised that he
would not naivulge the ounfession until
after his death.

AN OLD MAi CONViCTED.
Nat Sbelton (Guilty of Attrnmpted As-
sault os IHis (iGrasidtaugbhter.
SCOTTSBOrtO, Ala.., March .1. Nat
Shelton, 62 years of age, was trisd and
convicted in the circuit court here on
the charge of assault with attempt to
rape on the person of his granddaugh-
ter, a pretty girl of 14 year.
The jury found him guilty an charged
in thbo indictment, and the judge sen-
tenced him to the penitentiary fur a
term of two years.


(ran 4;f the (irau Opera (').. and that the plan likely to be adopted for ochoottencher Dlispp-ars.
Henry W. Savage 1 the ('Catle the further pacification of South Africa GAINSVI.LF, Ga., March 21 -John
s(wllre Oipera Co.. have perf. -tinaite positive ;arringeulr t*o nial Dutch) Free State and Transvaal been a well known citizen of Hall
give grand opera in English at th, sBoe found in arms, or sousad of re-
.Me'ropolitan opera houe.Teagree- Bellion, thud throwing the two repub- county, is reported to have left for
ulenttlp afr a term of years and the bllooon. h ein to the hands parts unknown, leaving his wife and
company i-Englito h knownpra o. the Me- of tI 11.h ad the s ode y several children to take care of them-
tropolitan Engli-h Opera Co. Theful oa wmld break the power of selves It is sail that he to heavily in-
chorus will number 7 youthful A r d p ny olved inanciaily and that be loaves
well-schooledvoice-, largely drawn %bAftiothser bondt. p olonymany creditors wno are anxious to
from the Castle Garden chorues an I all other armyevacate the kaow his whereabouts. Bowers has,
ad the American chor s of the o red tioryhe er po taught school in this county for a long
MtropolitAn. The orche-tra will would be with the Rh BodeMfield force tm__
C,'iipri.e 40 of the hiest ntu.ic.ans of and the artillery promleed by Oecil Biantarck's ir,>n N.rve
New York, to be increased when Rhaoes for Kimberley. and the Brtirvesh
found necessary. garrison at Oape Town and Durban Was the result of hi- splendid
A :n b E l're- res- and, perhaps. a Pretoria. health. Indoiiltable will and tre-
A in:..n n.med E aPrestn,. of Pres- n endous energy are not found
onville da, Kayin; the a letter n. DIRECT RAILWAY SERVICE. where Stomach, Liver. Kidnevs and
other day, savin. the opinion of Bowels are out of order. If yau
everyboy in hi,, town who has used Bowels are out of order. If you
Feverybd's y ain s town wi thats used s sBee Re.-tabliehed Between want these qualities and the succe.'
Folev s Hony and Tar is, that it is )rbas and Klandelaager. they bring. u!;e Dr. King's New Life
the very be-.t medicine for la grippe, A Il. Tbey develop every power of
colds, cough, etc. W. A. D'Ale- PTRMARITZBLU. March 21. -- A brain and T ody. Onlopy eery power of. A.
berte. temporary Lridge across the Tugele at I)'Alimberte's drug s.tor.-.
Colenzo is now open for traffMo and -
CROOKEU LIMIS STRAIGHT. there ts at last a direct railway service Eugene Arbona's i., headquarter-
tvT. OLi. Suo.n Effet, Allegd Woa. between Durbanand Blaudelaager. The for fine lquor<.
derfal Cnreo at Coluesbuss. flrst to cross the bridge was the Prin- Senator McLaurla's Health.
Co.MnS. a. March 21.-Gertain st Chrisian. WasaHIMTo March 21. Senator
Major Brazier Cresahes' improved h 1 eor
remarkable cures, real or alleged, on .hospital train has removed about 4,000 MolA rin of South Carolina was forced
the oart of Rev. OUs Sutton, a mis- wounded, but though every oar was, to deoine an invitation to attend the
.ionary 1Bpttss preacher, who claims to taken the narrow door of the carriages Dewey celebration at Savannah. on so-
hrgh faith, have cased and the bumping and shunting has count of his health. He has been suf-
arlte through faith, have cusedo caused much pain which. with appli. firing with a severe cold for some days,
great deal of comment and discussion ances now at hand. may be avoided. and, while he is able to attend to sees-
in Oonomuius aun vicinity during the There are now over 2,000 patients m sions of the senate, he did not feel sof-
past few days. the Ladysmith hospital, so the train is ficiently strong to make the trip to Sa-
lt has been openly and generally not too late. vannah and deliver an address.


stated that Rev. Mr. Sutton has,
:through the exercising of faith in a
divine power, been able to straighten
out crooked limbs and to remedy orher
physical malformations.
i;uu i)Ow.t lby -a Locumotive.
CHu( AGO. March 21.--Jennie Patter-
.on was killed 1 and her sister, Maggie.
w\a fatally injured here by a locomo-
tive a: the cro.4iDg of the Belt railway
at Twenty-ninth street and Stewart
avenue. Tas girl-, neither of whom
eemial to be over 1; years of age, were
on their way to work. They did not
fee the engine whbcn wa backing rap-
idly toward them and Loth were run
over.
N. rv.uti- weakne-- r >l'itl t ;'
-t t'. he-art indicat,- t!i-erel.-r ef
:- ,', atI:n'ach a :d dli2e tiorl. '1':i K I.
Asil BITTERK i- a wonderful remedy
in -tuch (.Ai=e. I: clean e-. -trnit ItI-
n:i- nd r lutilatt th a tn ,inach. iivwr
,ail b.wt-I-. ri. ei 4)v t;t c, iu-c < f
"h- htie rt yinpton- atil ul' d- up :t .
-trin2 -iain v-g-'roul body. So)ld by
Hannah Bro-.

Bartholomay Beer on Draught at
Eugene Arbona's.


Swit *-riand i)-,-imetii tu M-dlate.
BERE,. Switzerland, March 21.-The
federal council has answered declining
tie Boer appeal for mediation.

TO CUR'E A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Ij.xativ*, Broino Quinln. Tablet-. Al;
lruggi-ti '-fund thM money if It 15a11 t
7uret. K. W.( rove'l.-ignature is (n -.act.
S --'C. -

Don't Pay $40 and $50
for S:wiN<.; MAC HINES- when you
carn buy the beit make with all the
l:*te imnprovelments at 0. M. Pryor's
BItirain Furniture Hot e,. for from
I'. to & ). Our household furniture
-i equally as chap. Ca:1 andj -ee
the b: g stock.

Duffy s M alt at Eug-ue Arbona's.

The best 5 cent Cigar

on the market is the
DURI-AM. Try them at

D'AlemTberte's.


Caroltna 311ists Raises W ige.
GREENVIU.E S. C., March 21.-The
cotton milis in and about Greenville
have decided on an increase of wages
of operatives, which will add from $80.-
000 to JlU0.0000 to the income of mili
hands this year. The mills announcing
an increase of wages are the Pelzer.
Piedmont. Poe. V.c:or aud the Ameri-
can 'niining company. The raise goes
into effe7-t April 1.
Thrown Fromnt a Trestle.
CUATTANOOiA, Marcn 21.-Levi Field.
president of the Snodgrass & Field
Lumber company, was knocked from a
high incline trestle by a runaway lnm-
ber car and thrown to the ground a aul
stance )f 25, feet lie sustained two
broken ribe, a serious contuston on the
head and internal injuries that are re-
garded by puys:cians as very serious
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup is a great medi
. .ci'f l!i-rsta c wort'!. It rne-t'v.- f i'>,)J
,. .-d);! *i ek iy ats Ii 1 'tsar .. ... *.,:>
"tint'. "-'. I h.y tll ilrs'""" t' 't.,r t ', t-
All the I'e-t brand of liq -. rs at
Ea .,- Abhoa,'s.


MANUFACTURERS


ARE ORGANIZING

They Will Resist Demands of

the Machinists.

LABOR VERSUS CAPITAL

llachinuery 31tnufdecurers u New
York and Nre Jeri-y Will Fight
the loternatoanal Mitnehlslsts' Ase*,-
Clation.
Nr.w YORK, Mare.s 1-.-In antkilpt-
tion o: an exieinaon to this c:ty of ite
strike of machinists now in progresse a
Chicago and Co.umbus. l'.ttterson &ad
local msanufacLurers of machinery are
pushing forward the work of perfecting
an organization. Ptans for such a body
were laid some time ago, bus the threats
made by the international body of mns-


ohinists were nout perfectly satisfactory
to the Patter on minen.
As a nos eus for muis movement the
New York and New Jer ey Macninery
Manofactrors' aseociatioa was organ.
',ed ~aLarh 14 wih A. 1. See as press-
lent.
From the offers of the association
pleas were sat out to the masufac-
surere stating the demands made it
SCnoago by the rikere and the need of
employee rising here as once. It was
osated by aI lowerr of the aseooiattss
bt Is woueald comprise ins ts member-
ship several hIandred masufaosremr
repeseamftag many million of aptal.
i oa sialse was laid on the demand
t. she a hlipbste hat the present ma
lehinlte wao are mnot umion eo be dio

*They else demand," said the oofier,
'"thas a Aed minimum of wae sad a
9-hoar Ay be estabisbed. Men can be
dAschared only wish she concarrence
of the local walking delegate. "
AecoWting to Delegate Warner of the
Internatioa Machinist assoo.:aion. the
cause ab s have led to the strike of the
machinists. If the Chicago men win.
will precipitate strikes in all largeocities
of the country if the mauufacLtrere do
not acoede so the demands of the 9-hour
work day.
**The machinists." he said. '*have
been working sn hours a day up to tsh
present. The work is very hard and-
exhaustiug and the International Ma-
chinists' asieooation determined to de-
maud a g-ho.r dliy. %e haoe absorbed
nearly all the mac-hnists' unions in She
ooantry aud our nmembersh:p is nearly
double what is was a year ago. The
Amalgamated Eoganeers' association
has a gooa many machinists with us
and they will not work in shops la
which we strike.
"We have decided to begin the 9-hebor
movement in Chicago, and to extend ts
to the other large cities. We may wos
fiad it necessary to wait for our move-
ment to succeed in ChUiago before eox-
teading I to the other cities and the
W-ho6r demand may be made nla New
York and elsewhere before many day"
Dr. Bull'.t Cough Svrup is still In the
Iet-t. T elis people seen to like tlic old ro-
I.hilel coC)ughi iint neliit' a. anD We ldon'lt blanie
:h.iant: It i- tir' it,"t remedy for a deep-
-. al.-l 4ou ith or cold, anti will *-ff. t a cvare
l.1 one da..
Ifunter', Rye at Eugene Arbona'.-

C'O.'. 'N. L- A, CLV;LAND.
P'rp u.to,,i .%r.- l-..i*ag For Strike
uif Iat.v .a.' i I l'ire.
'rt.I.Vi:.t 'n. 3nrob 21. Presiiden
James 0 Conujeli of tUia luternatiosal
Machinists' union is here irom Caiesag
and hai had a loug conference with the
ofBfcals of the local machtaists' tles
in regard so the proposed serise in this
caty.
A meeting is to be held whtoh it to
expected wili be largely attended by
both union and non-union machiniste.
It will then be decided whether s earsu
will take plane.
la an interview Mr. O'Connell said:
-No national strike has yet bees
called, but arrangement are tberi
made for oui. In Cleveland the ses
wait so little that I cannot understand
why the employers should prefer to
have a strike on their haada.'
Isis said that 2.500 machinists will
go out in this city if a strike is ordered
Miners' Wages l reased.
CLIVKLA%.D, March 21.-As a result
of the recent increase of wages granted
the Massillon miners, the Masailles
District Coal Operators' association be.
decided to rai"e the prioe of cos l0
cents per tou. The increase in the
wages of the m:ner,. it ts stated.
amounted to L.O per cent. The advaare
in the price of coal is to take effect ou
April 1.
I) l;iv- are (l,ttreri,-. T t,.-
w\ .0,, [i r. 1w!-' :iL iiII ;i: |'1'l r(
ThIuildl t;ak-' loo l'- .,a-a, t irl .ss a
on -'. It n vl r di- ;p; 'ne -.

We are Sole Aesn.ts For
K;:y- r & AIlriai'-. ( .s.-. M. N.
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Your Credit is Good
F.'r .i tythiti'it i ir : ,' <-- \'- avre
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l.,it?5 .:-. 'Iil'-t F'.t- :,nr l I' ,roootj
Su it,-. Iroen i-dS -t,.ed, a?' $ up.
). M. PRYKVR'H
Br. .in Fl'urniture- fouse.
DURHAM Cigars have
no equal. For sale as
D'Alemberte' .


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2 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 1900.


HRld Up at Doestur.
DECATR, Ala.. March 21.-Jeff Day,


a Louisville and Naahville employee.
m ..sntaturiao frnm his lo nA m .atine


Is your Blood Par of it? Do cuts or scratches heal and had reached almost within a block
Sat his gate, when he was stopped by
slowly? Does your kin itch or burn. three masked men who demanded his
Have you Pimp:e-? Eruptions? money at tae muzzle of a pistoL They
Aching Bones or Back? Eczema? went through him. taking his pocket-
Old Sore-? Boils? Scrofula? Rheu- book. containing V). a gold watch and
matism? Foul Hreath? Catarrh? nat, coat. vest and boots.
Are you pale? If so purify your
Blood at once with It. B. B. (Botanic Fire It Tampa.
Blood Balm). It makes the Blood Ta.'A, Fla. March 21. The old
Pure and Rich. heals every sore
and gives a clear, smooth, healthy wooden building at the corner of Frank-
skin. Deep-seated cases like ulcers, lin and I'o k streets, owned by W. W.
cancer, eating sores, Painful Swel- Hampton of Gainesville. has been de-
limege Blood Poison are quickly stroyed by fire. Tae bauding was oc.
cared by It. B. B., made especially copied by M. Finklestein, dealer in
for all obstinate Blood and Skin dry goods and clothing, and several
Troubles. B. B. B. is different from smaller merchants. The former's loss
other remedies becaut-e II. 1H. is (.oj0, with $s,0J0 insurance.
drains the Poison and Humors out
of the Blood and entire sys';em so Death of Mrs. Louisa Holden.
the symptoms cannot return. Give RALEIGH, March 21.-Mrs. Louisa V.
It a trial. It cures when all else fls.i .
Thoroughly tested for 3o years. Sold Holden, widow of Governor William
at drug stores at $1 per large bottle W. Holden. died suddenly at her home
Slarg e bottles (full treatment) $5. here of heart disease. Her age was To.
Bo sufferers may test it, a trial bot-. She was a sister of the late ex-Mayor
t*e given away absolutely free. W. H. Harrison of Raleigh, who was an
Write for it. Address BLOOD officer during the Meximan war and
BALM CO.. Atlanta. Ga. Write to- captain of tue Raleighb company in the
dayr. Describe trouble and free ined- confederate service.
ical advice given.
Elephant Itch at parts.
EMPLOYMENT OFFICE. SPARTA. Ga., March 21.-The doctors
Ring up 382 or call at the office, differ as to the nature of the disease
11 North Palafox street, when in' prevailing here. Some claim that it si
need of a carpenter. B. I). Hoffman. only a severe type of elephant itch.
BNsinems Agent of the Carpenter s while others are positive that it is lena-
---a-. J v.a. rr '... F iillfh c| r..k n .,


.inuEUIiers I 11011, Will hUt &.4U,.S V b


With the desired help on ~Aiort no-
tie.. xI25tf


A


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Fuel Gas




Alphabet!


was an ANCIENT who used
to burn wood.
i- fr BILLS that lie paid
when he could.
was the COAL that lie after-
wards bought.
is the DIRT and DUST that it
brought.
is the EVIL these things
brought to pas .
was his FOLLY in not using
gas.
i-i the GAS e(orge used in his-
stove.
is the HEIGHT of j(oy gas
brought to his home.
is th" INDIAN: he doesn't
us.e GAS.
cannot u se it, for J s the
JACKASS.
is the KITCHEN where GAS
is the fuel.
is the LAUNDRY. they'er
both of 'eni cool.
is the MONEY -av-d by a
Gas Range.
is for NOW. the bebt time for
a change.
i; the OFFER the Conip.ti.y
makes.
is the PROFIT. d.,n't imake a
Iistakt.
ia for QI' ESTION: no (juv!-
tiolt at all,
i-; the RANGE ,u you loul
buy before Fall.
i- the SAVING yo .i o.iake. !f
you do.
is the TIME and TIHOI'LE
saved. too.
is the UNION of Comfort
and thrift.
is VEXATION. now cut it
adrift.
is WIS.DO in living in
change
pluet Three Dollarz to bly a.
Ons Raniize.


Maeos.'s Taxable Pr.oprty.
MACoN, March 21.-The city tax as-
sessors have completed their work for
this year, and have suonm:tted their re-
port to the mayor and council. The
total assessment is $14,2.',59.
Little Iork)Ek' Spring Moet.
LITTLE RCCK, March 21.-The influx
of horses to participate in the spring
races beginning here next Monday has
begun in earnest. Stables are arriving
on almost every train.


Emperor William Entertanas.
EERLIN, March 21.-Em.peror William
has entertained at luncheon the minis-
ter of foreign affairs, Count Von Bue.
low; the ambassadors and their wives
and the naval and military attaches.
31.con Ready For Il)wey.
Macox. March 21.-All preparations
have been completed for the reception
and entertainment of Admiral and Mrs.
Dewey. Already the city is profusely
decorated for the occasiLn.
WRich )Ore lDepit Near Atnalla.
ATTALLA. Ala., March 21.-The North
Alabama Mining company has discov.
ered 20 acres of soft ore on its lands
near Attalla.

When you want something to heal
a burn. or a sore., or a cut, why rot
try Pannerr alve, which i guarant.e- d
the most healing ointment in the
worl I'Alimnberte.

'* -44 *-,.4.4Atk4u.A*4--Ml-'f4*i

* QUINI-L41 OCHEl
AWARDED
Il ^ "'T FRENCH ATJCNVRiZE

16,600 FRANCS

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the,"y.l 1. 't r-. 4
S r'v.- l ent, from .l f'r ,, n .... 4
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t Parts: 22 Rue Drouot. -9
New York: E.Fougcra & Co., 26 Ncrth W;I.- S. '




Indigestion!

We challenge the world


to produce a remedy equal
to the Aa tchless .Mineral


i- our ZEA I. tse =ul;Jvx
with. (AS.


digest ion,


1y~-pel)si-*a.an./-


(ll for'/ms of Stomach, Bow-


GAS BANGES $13. COMec6t i Frf. el Troubles and Skil Dis-


Pensacola Gas Co.,


Cases. Guaranteed to c ur
or money/ refunded. Cos-t


O. 3 S. PALAFOX ST. onJli/ ,- cints a day to use if.


THE HEllE ACADEMY OF MUSIC,
No. Norti' I'ninox Stris-..
MISS EVELENE M. HEINE. Principal.
MISS IDA PIAGGIO. Assistant.
VeO" 4 ulturo. \ iin an i"Htin i .Le!p-';.c
ospiutUi al
Best Patent Flour.
Our Best Red 1 Royal
Patent is the best i/Ou r that
eam, be produced by anym

Forget.fMe Xot is one of
the best Breakfast Foods on
the market.
AU made by The 0. E.
Stwtard AMill Co. and fur
Male by V"ew Orleans Gro-
aw Co.


lAS.


M'HUGH,


One dollar bottle last twen-
tY days.
For sale by all drufists:.
also 11. T. Gree ,' Co. 37
S. Pala fox Street.
OR ADIDRE.SS

W. W. WILKINSON,
Greenville. Ala.
Tetimonnial Fromn Judge Gaston.
G1KKNVII.LF, Ala., Aug. 1'. ,9.
I tako reat pleasure in certifying to the
purity and the merit of Walkinpon's Match-
less Saiii.-ral Water. This natural mineral
tonic, to my personal knowledge. as taken
from a well three ntile eseast of Greeniville.
In the exact condition in which it is sold. I
haveseen this water used. with wondwrfui
succos. for dyspepsia. Indigestion. sore
eyes and for eruptive diseases. sores and
ulcer' on ijnin and animals. As a remedy
for thet.- troubles. I do not believe its
equal exifit. It is highly recommended by
physicians for a number of d:seases..
ZKLL GA-TON,
Jud ge of Probate Court. Butler Countv.


Si)ard at the Age of 119.
S KsoXViLL, March 21.-Aunt Fannie
White. aged 119 years, is dead. She
was born in North Carolinaand claimed
L' {to be the danghter of the chief of the
Cherokee I:,;Lians. She came here sev.
eral years a ) and has been an inmate
of the Marina Massingee Home for
Uld Ladies for the past six years.


ACTS GENTLY ON THE

KIDNEYS, LIVER

AND BOWELS

CLEANSES THE SYSTEM
LS,-EFFECTUALLY,


OVERCOMES.4 ,4 "'f

H4ITUAL COS TI


I'Panama Canal ('0ouumolsUioi.
NEW YORK. March 21.-Among the
passengers who arrived on board the
s* earner Finance, from Colon, were
General Hamoes and Edward Nave of
the Paiama canal commission. Lieuten.
ant R. T. Balknap of the United States
navy and Heury N Alien.
Killing at R:ver Valls.
GEOROkASA. Ala., March 21.-News
has just reached here of the fatal shoot-
ing of Mr. Hyneman by E L Moore at
River Falls. The trouble grew out of a
strike which is on at the large mill at
River Falls, of which Mr. Moore is
president.
Contract to BP Awarded Soon.
WasaIwoTOw, March 21.-It is ex-
pected thai the contracts for the new
i prison at Atlanta will be formally let
within the next two weeks and that it
will o to Griffiths & Wells of Chicago
and 1t Loula.


A CALL


For Democratic Primiaries and Con-


PERMANENTLIre1*II.
0 t 'keoved, T'hat a convention of thlie I1-rn
|IVEcTS. Icratic party of E-Catmbin county shall li
Stihld at Po) ltin lit 12 o'clock noon on thi
14 lth (day of April, li 0. for (lit pur-3ose 4W
.,,lE.'t l tiiig twelve (1 21i person, to reprsere
r 51 THE GENIMNE Maft' 0D bY l-iacntiba county at tih Ditrict t'ontven
j'i _- ..- FI" > .I on o1 n i iinal-t a caididate for Congre'.
** attlid for ths urpo of 4tt sito t w .lV, i
C } U |6 R N 1, perso11 S to r.r,,sont Klslonlbi county at
,siu'VrC res**c8 v v o lthe lWtate Colivn.tion at Iell ..in an'
^ CA Cn'3C. p -eft IIIVy be 1iti b: -V tll tate atld Coinl
frO AL t r ii o ~uttt r aTh& a t aPu orTL3 r-'.ioiitil l' 4.tot .. I !' urpo'- of lvctihii 'oIao nty Kxecu
tit\ t'oiillitt*'E to hold until thtir %uccts-
ticabourdl's NoW I'lse' Coipliet d. *or')r -hall he h -*Icted iti, :1I2.
COLUMVRA. S C., ,M trh 21.-The fin- 'I lip pnfnociito' repl.- lttinul ll h' pntitltl d tc
3i'- foi o'vniii. ic'pi-- iitaiuiio ait suid (ti-
ishing touches are be:ng ma-ie on the ty'.'iV'tiii
Seaboard's new line from Columbia to No. .. Kitxrii .i.
Cheraw, connecting the Lni;n line with N-.:. 3-.3ll:'.".V w
the Florida Central and Pininusular. N,,. .. It r1',- .
The first train to come ov -rIt1h new N,. 6.low 'iton ;
line arrived in Columbia today, the No. t, 7'iii' itarr! .i
bridge at Camden having been corn. INo.:. ;I'.T 'aprIit
pleted. No. 1'. ward At Holia',u 1
N 11, W a l lnu 1t Hill .1
II Irrible Crinit- In C.,rolln-. No. 1'e. Pen-ne'olat 12
JEFFERSON, S. C., March '1.-The o. P.en L........
half charred remains of Cissie Brown. Nv,. I't"lsti.ol" i''1
No i. leIPinevilhle.. 1
a woman of bad repltI, have been No. 17. ren t',
No. 1'1, hti) a'id
found in the woods. Thero was evi. N;. It'.. Molinoi
dence that she had be-n murdered. No) "i'. Flonmton ... .,
Harvey Jackson, John Jackson. J. T. 'For the piruosoofeIteitinttngdelegiatesfroIi
Steen and Ben Jackson, 11 white men, tlie veral precincts as above set forth anid
Steen and Ben Jackson, all white men, for t.he purpose of nomninating two canal-
are in jail as suspects. dates for tMe House of Representatives', for
-- lie ourpose of nominating a candidatee for
31amt* it-ling A4q motted. -HerstT, a candidate for Clerk of Circuit
Court, a candidate for Tax Collector, a can-
CINCINSATLr March 2i -Mamie Ret- didate for Tax Assessor, a candidate( for
ing, who shot Ed Grate on the street i'read rr. a canupdate for Count y Judgeb a
after he refused to marry her and legit. .t ruction). a candidate for County purveyor.
a c'a didate for Clerk of Criminal Court, a
imitize their child, has been acquitted candidate for Justice of Peace and a Con-
by the jury. The defense was tem- stabtl for '-coid Diitrict, a candidate for
---_-I'. ~:.lusticia of Peace for Fifth I)strict, can-
Sporary inanit.y. didates for three members of County School
*t ..... BHoard, a primary election of the Demo-
cratic voters of scambia county shall be
liolden between the hour. of 8::) a. m. and
6.:45 p. in. on Tuesday. the ithl day of April.
Sli.p an( for tle purpos- of conducting s aid
,.e(et iotn the* following Iispector-. aE(i clerki
S,, election aire Lterey se.eted andl ap-
pointi'd:
Sreciti't No. 1--Cha%. Andrews. Neil (age.,
W. D. Bell, inspectors; Archie Benton,
er.~it e t No. 2-A th frFiv'ey. Louri)ianils,
am,- ( a t y, i spt'ctor l; T. M. Scarrit,
i'lt rk.
FPr, cinet No. ::--Frank .S tn. 1). P. Wil-
l nt il, En iectors: W W. DI)wiia,
--l^V Ii',. 'mlet No. t-\. il. liouila,. WM. L.. No-
,-. II e( dcrMa bf.z. i tiprCtors; W. A .'l-:
l 'r.,i'i t No. 5-(i,. i. If .i. Aii okn Hry-
astlt.~ A.I J. I.Ti-tee.. in-p etor; Louis Fratter,

l rk.
-ul ie'r No. 7-It. A. Lido. W. E. Tuvktr.
Mi.M. 1,.nterkin, Inpeectors; W. sw r.t-
I' iz.ckt \lo. -A.T. Fillinzinm. HI. P. How-
mAmB e. If. F. C'rabtre-,, ln-p.'t.,r.. Taylor
4a lt i ', cl. rk.
it'i' \'cl' t No. 14-l,. I.S rowd,.r.A.... (1'ow-
THE BEST BF~1 SO(LI) IN W, t.' lyr. intpectors;.I. Z.bryar-,
AG ITP E A At-i'lct No. J--. F. .1,. ar, d..14p I{,ol-.
PENSA('OLtA. ts e.J. r b,.rsrs
nW in p". H1 '). a i. Ii t. .r, I. ii ry'ark.
Dainnheisser )rog., I, '- e.it No. iH-.J. L..'L. L.mi Mrion-.
I'tinilnon tall lp),ttoro ; J. Ht. leward.
el.'r IL.
AGENTV. -1 '0-oi ieti ..
Aso se!d by M. Perry ) r'lig R. htes. I'. "ct.N. i"l. lnAp.'"-; F. MIrsi.
clerk.
)I c li:.c t No. 14l-4rtlhony Ritra..A. H. Oli-
v Tr. L.. W. W' illiitiii.t, in p-ctor; John A
m e Jug iTraLCe Ai.trritt.celerk.
IPrecliict No. 13--.lant,- Wilkins, Geo. H.
Ttillnriark, C. M. C 0-lin. Insppctorni; J. T.
Is Our Specialt.._- ,' it>in'.,,erk. .,
''re-inet No. 1';- 1;. II ubbirdl Lake
Prom pt Dpliv cry : ul I I.ttf. ti otli r I; tul. i c. lrk.w m i ct r : J
Gtlarant'<,d. Fr,.'inci t %(,. 17-A. a;. ('opton, W \.
Kii,'i n. <-.rg'" liou. t, 'In ptcttol-; \'Wnl.
Dannheissvr Bios mt,. ,w.,,
Iarinlheiss-17 rf 131'S; 1recint't No IS--L. I Bnrwton.1).D.I-. Mc-
u .n man. cltI k.
41.1 Soutth I' lal fox St., Il,. 'iir t ~ -.1 rI.(I rin; ar, '. A. MI!-
A. .1. 1'! ia .in. Simp,.-torq ; F. MN. Wood.
Phone No. It1;. I'. (. ,Box 2 l. clerk.
PrI-ein't %o.' -i.-W H. Mayo. W,'n. Me-
Railroad Excllinre' l'P :it, 2;<. <".uthli-on. \\'ti. M. etCurdy. Mi.i' cto.'"
I. I'. 'lt.S lBr[.l, erl;.
..- t-,, votilt: *Mit lih pro>l:wt h0 all lt.' at
EVER. Y DROP N.. lO.-- .....>i H, k.
No :'--K jt'riaii'M a'ark.
.o .- a ,Su -. Stort-.
N ',. .-- I ~i IIl. ri'E li' '..
S1 ,,..,. --. itch, r ,t parl tl.
SD -- N -- : Ni1', l.,
N.. I -iaI pr t
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-. iI ,. hs t htl e h i mal l wa at nf rt he: 'let
Pala.oX arltrJat. P t P.-i.t leted from -u 'a prmeet a

otatl f 'at the half vote. t
perfectly p Cr .. Purn. (dl~r mean a their poll tax* for the years 1aI4 and ii..
speedy recoveTr'. Poot' drug menall and eio ws|ll p.dge themselves to support
ttl," nomnne.-" of .aai rlnmary eNeton ani(
:t relapseC. Xu wlat' te 11t. ..et "std conventions shall he entitled and are
us flil your presriptio. anid stupply co.rdially invited to participate in said pri-
other n;e,!i2n.-.. X~ I. (if; n & C,, ary election, aad the said primary election
sa. sll bae h'ldn all wayt under the rules
"The Preseriptn,.iu l)r ij't," 37 -. nau re ulations a~ set forth in said ca pter
Palafox C tr~Tet. Pho,:e fc'. l.ri, aznd this committee shall meet at the
,itle, of the county jude in the city of
Pensacola. at IIo'clock p. m.. on the l12th day
SotUR YC'JRSELF of April. Tw. at which time and pla-e they
SNgg ( -" A; W ftar u.i..:,.', / will receive returns, caivatss the same
In I te.ay, I;- r, *U ,.'ltr |t,.,..? and announ('e the re-Lilt of said prinmary
4uanr.v drral..,, T. ,r elD.' .i,. C'lect(on. and the in'pectors above named
*** t* *t maur, ,f tt n ,. i r:,,-r,' r .e a Ei have then and there the returns of said
Preven, E '. Pv "I I, ; .. ,.,,.. i. ele** to .
** T'*4,Ei4te. t "'* '" Toe ballots to h. us,'d shall be printed orn
CIgaz t). 2 ld ty Ururgista, platsur ahit. paper, and shall have no Cis-
t.tt.A. p ,t : ..-. rapp,. tLngu-shing mark-.


3 1pr,


IlAN MUIRPH.


P. P A rin ax -


FrusBWJOD CUR&.
Am Offering Proving Faith to
fewer.


In Use For Over 30 Years.




Ohas. H. Turner.


+tARCHITECT I


-ANDI--


General Contractor

B uildi;g,. ] ':, irin,. ant.t i; l ( ;and ;r::t.- 'tiit I';. i ,
il i (t;I I- ,'ttit;I:.

A Complete Plumbing Department under: -1.
Management of E. B. Morey.
Ar) A rti-tit D-si gn E-tiinate-;. Pl.1n- a;in Spdc1fiic s:.
ing of All Kinds, Prepared on Short N.,ti*..
W IA Large and Carefully Sl.c:t (I Stock .f FSito :.
Tiling of Xll Kinds, Bath Tubi, Clo-,, t sand Ii u sehold Ai .\i
Hot Wat,.r atid Gas Fixtures.


No. 19 S. Palafox St.


:: Telephone No. 345


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Citizens National Bank
OF PENSACOLA.


HILTON GREEN,
PRESIDENT.
E. WELLES,
VICE-PRESIDENT.


JOHN F. PFEIFFER.
It. M. BUSHNELL.
ASST. CASn:Hi.


DIRECTORS:
T. E. WELLES, WM. FISHER.
of E. E. Saunders & Co.
K. J. WHITMIRE, JOHN F. PFEIFFER,
L. HILTON GREEN.


RIX M. Rol'-l "- '


A General Banking Business Transarted.

yesreas' Accounts Handled on Favorable Terin. ;:*:
Change IBought and 801o, Colloctllc!
PrGmnptivy attended To.

ACCOUNTS SOLICITED.




The Star Laundry,


THE PIOHEER LAUORY OF EST FL ORIDA


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Our Address
i EIwayi3" asked tsar w!i. wi
le- beauty (If t lie t' I
hif re i-, (Iijplayeti o,11
stlIIIR'r FICONT. 4 )1.1
AND) (UFF'

art, alw'ap; reliaild.. :arl- I r
never fail to ,.j'u*(.iip*
t i 4)j


A LFL WORK C, 0, D.
TMALEPHONZ 114. 37 Z. GARDMIEN
Or--GQOOS CALLED FOR AND DELI V1YJED FREE.-Va
WALKER ING-RAT-AIKt Ianaf~er.


ESTABLISHED 1863.


McKENZIE OERTING & CO,,
0 DKALZAS IN 0

Ship Ghandlery and General Hardware.
608 AND 600 S. PALAFOX STREET.
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REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEBLING'S O\'- "
GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUBBEL & BON'S PL'M3"
$un, bringi, puits. Ills, iutitiS lIdtrumDtf Shits, ich'rs mi
COMPAW. LOO W'WEC.
C. McKenzie Oertin (Collecting Agent for Bar Pilot- HIr';, -
ciation.


TRY TIE iiwS' WAIT COLIMI'


Suf.


for Infants and Children.
Castorla is a harmless substitute for < (C'-tr Oil. p1r.
goric, Drops and Soothinu Syrups. t its 'h...i.. i .
contains neither Opiumn Morphine nor other .i, .
substance. It destroys Worms anti all.ayt l'eri. ,
It cures )iarrhmea and Wind Coli'. It reli,,..s I .
ing Troubles and cures Constipatlon. It re-iiil.it.
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy anil imatir.al -
The Children's Panacea-The 3lother's Fritund.

The Kind You Have Always Boi'.
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 1900.


u 5 ONLY MILLIONAIRES
I.. r n ,Ie MaL.'e A bout W-3.000 a
S, ..r I In I *>ur 4 at.iomters.

li it.i;:: ,. thie ro .iid l )f

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n -k i,,: *t i eN 't tc i z:e'nter t *.tl,1 ,lo In ,<>T t:!rt e" e;t&ho le. a t
I ,- c ar-i ri.. ,l -car.' it I. very
.=. l>;d l'-'>bl, s ;,ct htLh ry lie' gel.s
'- nl\\:iy- a lt.. T'u. Id
"- ', r., t+ Cf s:il)ir#e. .' ciu l I.o a t Trn -
l r. Arn ,';;:-. te a i rnth; IMr.
cI p7.'.. Mr. Al..4 e -t,,c $?-k and Mr.j
u'l~'nlk. N' I .Ail cf thete gtentlenen
',: .- te.ir lrI .a4f' o. irt.er thopl. and
1 op..,h .:i *'! 'iipelq l with the f nest I
A.r s. ST '. strlps,. Sltmpsl. ,. ugs and
re 'iiir!te.~- i of a first class ton- -
c p-rl,,r Ie. h.tinows the turn of
v thi.;- *er c li'.. pl't'nis. a.'d There
I r any lk'-k alenut razorn with a

Sla't ,rec I--C l n fl ,!. Mr. A nor! iur'

i. ,1nii mte that gc-fntl-*':. Fr"'sF resl-
l I 'lfcr!u::. hi' liUn< not l,'n
ic up weo ,,aly NMr. Arni our l.'
e sI',nve-e l.y ,- o' ei,.'k and oftfn
UIrci tI!, I .*I '. I 'r: :ti :e ::\. c. r"f i n)fit.
-r-- = tt.. c-; r.-. l. n 1t'i' 10.

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f h r .. :c h :ic -c1'-!, i s t co e "-Mr, .
'i i i .* ;to I t!-, I :n t c I' : 'er
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A:p.i tento'y ot of lhi, work.
,t',eiihk' Io' r Ids no mr i ain ls
:i\" '' er iagn. clo-c' teo .?t.is.s fcor
.t .hir c'l t lock. This hme solhe
-. '*i nago Int' now devote.s
*' !:tiln tuo tlie four millionaire
Sf .'r ar:., several fine horses.-
Inlter ( OeUi.




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A attifaetlory Item.
.. r re;ghb-.r's herd to pleas;
w i'. U tickt I'vim not the >*.e
12 ;i. ,nd h t alk e of wortoc
S ..riststinl!y (ompaTinJg.
I ,'im t cannot o1h &bnied
'.. f a tiny at he's tlaiing
H. really aqItte scer mttard.
--Chicaeo leeward.


A< t,'irgain, 76; acres i13 tntler
Itid cultivation, the balance
ii i 'd of a mile north of Cor-
Try th Prk with 4-rm ho barn
Iwo. cmablen. Price $Eki). For
". r mfcirtation. a apply to WV. R.
;.;',--,,n place, or J. E. Dubuis-
A Rr,,.. city. 13mlti


DURHAM Cigars are
the finest 6 cent smoke
Try them at D'Alem-
berte's.


CASTOR IA
For Infata sad Children.
The Kim Yu Haie Auam Bega t
1 a.s tne il S^ '
-^ .:ure of Cag S774 e^44(


1AL INSURANCE
-ND-

Seal Estate Agents,
'F.KN WOLA. FIAM
*% T TWENTY-TWO OF THE
'% FIRE, LIFK, MARINE.
NT, FIDELITY. PLATE
SAND STEAM BOILER IN-
S.AN'c (COMPANIES. .... *

:. Aents i0ft liEitable

issiraic hcitW of the

Jliti Slat.
I'-LMProiNMWcao4-=arrrn.


The Best


Washing Powder.

Housework is Hard Work Without it
Ia__e ... m a i


Value of Conulrshlpq.
"Totn m;:tix." mid a i:; e', Illinois
enOlr,'-ss uin in Il.- L : r.;-t:Iiraruut
at o I.' cjitol. "wlt'; ;. i :: T a chanct.
to I," :L e'a .-:l for -" :;t'd States
b.... t a :! .:y ( ty. <,:i *;'' there'
are n':tt.. fietcrv ct*':::rc Io n1ie t
try for thel ffl ii, :.;:; ,. it:; l-. Leave
tt.1 :;i for th %' ,ei .:i *. ', i w hern-
t,,' l;- i q is murky. t'for l :-e lv inc-e s !<
l:vely. .and many a ci !i 'Zclin1wt is se"t
to 1tii, unitedd States. TL.s meallns fee-.
an-i fees miea a good in<-oiiie for the
**,>n-.ul."
In tie 'coiure of his chat the con-
gr -i:smain niiad' the general statement
that onsuls who are making the most
lutili".y froin fees are the quietest, most
uts of the government. 'They do not set
up claims for a salary instead of fe-es,"
he aaid. "Oi, no; but like the wise
boy where the raspberries are thi,'k
they let the world forget, so far as pos
able, that they are on earth. IAet a
consular office be changed from the fee
to the salary system, and It at once
becomes alluring to a voracious lot of
aspirants. Home one finds out per-
haps that the political support of this
particular consul sl weak. and them n-
fluence is used, and soon there is a
change.
"One of the most profitable consul
ships is that of Liverpool. The salary
h $6.es'KO. but the fees bring the emolan
ments up to several times that amount,
and a generation ago the Income of the
connil at Liverpool wa-s $ 0,010 a year.
This has twen reduced hy abolishing
fee's."- ittsburg Dispatch.
-'aitrly Good Time.
Stcati e around a Topuka railroad
lutichi 'ouinter the other day were fuur
old Sauta Fe engineers. They were
telling of fast runs. 'lihr'ee of them b had
told the-ir stories. "'The Iat.test run I
ever i;ded'." said the fourth, afterr lis-
tciL;;ng to t 1' lies tof thte ot PI'rs, "wa3s
letwee n Topeka and lEmporia not long
ago. It wais a bright mnoo1light night.
W\e were Ibhind v. lien we puIlled out of
T'op'ka Lnd had urdcrs to miake up all
lost tiiii. IN-twei here and Empiloria.
After reaching the top of t'e 'Pauliue
hill I pulled the throttle wide open andl
let her g.,. The old engine fairly ate
Up the track. \When we stoppei.'d at
Limpria. I look,'d back :a Iile or so
and saw something Iblack approach-
ing us. I could not think \- hat it was.
I watchei-d it closely. Finally It came
uip opei.,sitc the engine and stopped. It
v ::s tl'c shadow of the train."-Kiansas
City Journal.

GOING DOWN lHilAi.
People suffering from kidney di?-
eoses feel a rraiu'tl but s teudy lo s
,f vitality. Theov should l-h oe 1
time in trying Folev's Kidney Cure.
It 1- guaranteed. W. A. L'Alem-
be rte.

Five Thousand Rolls
of Wall Paper in stock, all of thela-
tsA.t patterns, and more coming.
Pt ices from Mc to $1.76 pler lll, J. E.
R)sK & Co.. No. 11 N. Pulafiox
Phone : 32. 24f-tf


1M T K1 Yo H Anys


We will launder your spreads for
15 cents each and make them look
like new. Star Laur:dry.

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


THE


FAVORIT


Place For Pensacola
Buyers to Buy


Choice Family


GROCERIES

-Is AT-

The Well-Known,


Up-to-Date
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Store


GOLD DD8T


can lleviate the serious condition of WAlTEI.
the people.
TheY, MO. For. candler. utd ti buy Ill ulll of Set1Ill
Senator Chandler has been absent Bud FerltrI, llrckudls, fc.
from the senate for a week or two. and
therefore the nwspaptr men mnourn. 1ddrmS BCe 142.
Senator ('handler 1.4 a mnan that t1 -- -
avera,, e (orre-pe-,nd*nt aipe;.l,; t e for a J. I. Stephens has a large assort-
"'good sto y." But. m111'-, t tathis. ni ut of Solid Sterling Silver and
he had a way of< c-n:u:in.- the sntti R o-r's. Knives. Forks and Spoon
in a lively i-lbate aiil t,),k it away -
from t iii dlull anud lihav ru;t which i it PROFEBSpIONAL CARDS.
solmI iltn< fal!s into. HI.e al wa ,-
".Illade ... is. the ku.I of a .rv
na n.hot Dr. Mareei meimarv


*to J -vp tIn Id*. \ 8 l I [ t | n \
ly Mc t--cna.or Cha.dler Mia"ed. t g'ive ,t li',t;::'':c'y atd .i"'. l,-
RfnaIlry OetweeC ('iltiea. sidj1 he knoiivs w\.it i'.; gIik t(l. amlJ
\A.\s:INCGTON. Mareh 22. -f Special.]- with this futll! of i:Of'r'i.:V*hLa :nLd his
The ilaon of the majority party in con- epigra.inna;h: way if tnriu; It lie al-


gr.-s for dealing with the Philippine
- umntion is already marked out. By
ri.i ;'tig what is known as the Spoon-
*.- l;!l the senate P'ililpplue committee
lias unlii'ated a purpose to leave the
whole matter with the president, inak-
ing hIds power iu the premises as great
as jt would i-e If thi. islands should re-
iain under the present military (-ou-
trol. There are niany Itepublicaus In
'onigrss who wish most heartily that
the s.in' Iiilicy had beeu adopted In
".-.scct to Porto Itiio. as the affairs of
lhat litlh, island have. occaione-d more
trouble ii the Republican amnip than
all ,oth-r problems onimbine(d. Senator
Eikinz. in 'liseusshing the lnitter. said:
."'irto 1;.''o0 is one cf our -chiliren now,
Atnl we. a.re liko a minthler who may
Ie awvare tlht her child is liot all It
should le,. yet loves It and will seek
to taki the' best f(iare of It. We niay
not think that I'orto Iti'o is the best
thing that ever came to the' United
States." he said. "bhut we have got her.
and the people are, deternilnd that she
shall I", treated right. Another thing,
it is useless to talk about releasing the
Islands of the Pacific. The lust of pos-
session has taken hold of us. We will
hold all we possess, all that we have
acquired. No nation voluntarily sur-
renders territory acquired as a result
of war or purchase. The only thig to
do now Is to give them the bhet govern-
inent we can and to trvat tbem as well
as we can without Injuring our own
people. Until there are devv'klopent
which will give us more Information
as to the best course' to ltpuriue in the
government of the islands both P'orto
Ri-o and the Phlilippines should be
left with the presidlout."
But It I* Too Late.
While t11re. nare lnh'iity of nien In
congress. who a.nree with Mi'. Elkins.
their majority believe that it is too late
te take- that course with Perto Rlico.
T'Ihe house liha\ig gone so far as to
pals a P'orto ITican tariff bill. espielal-
Iy after the tiere'st storm thatt has. ever
SWvl't over t O rli's.. Ilie Itrpublican
tl aders in both htius< t ini l el.ate know
that they iiust ,; on uand ithe'r acceptt
fre t irade or 1i111 thril'ogh lthe llhoUse
lill. All : ,t st te, .hi track legisla-
lontin P t' \\ 1 t i obj do inot ;:i1it 140 'iii \ ;.' V fl'roii a dis.
a.cre ;.e l'- t! 1it alil lo,is.t i|in i are so
<-o'l-:;:'.:* 1. thatlll tif I,.'efer to lou That
w\\h h l I I i jarndel'l :s u, i p1lP it:I" \ ith
th -' I :i r tlh i !.:in I plv ''ied illn an
atii1t': i" of ;'. : n ::!w; :ti ! l-.lkin .a .- tiani ii' !.' wh h* matter
i, not left' wi iv tli iileshle'n!it I' 5D1tll 1 t e''1 i l tle til I ;ht!
t]ill I : *I : i'r L:r L < aI u .1:1llI it
*':cht 1.e .,' ,e *,'re- ei,(I. 1t:1 liti :11i .)! i': sv1
tli dilli. !:i;y is t.o t 1.',l ,out j 1'.z w hatt
I q.-tt to d 0. and it is t-lw tn 1.r 4 -ffqort

how I i tsa Jl itiftr-illatiou is :a.s )o 1. w
'-iil a.tli(.i < :.;-:.11g illn the ilan;;l of
P'orto Ii ais 'nlit 'cfd by lih'cla'rni
tions o(if s orithat tl(' tariff is a.bso-
lutely nue''-sary as a Ineans of raising
reveutie :laid will ilmponei no great hard-
ship tgIou the people, and directly e.on
trary declarations. on tho other hiand.
that free trade I," the only thing that

Eugene J. Hall, the poet aitd pub-
lisher. says that one d(Fe of Folev's
Honey and Tar restored his voice
when hoarsen,-.s threatened to pre-
vent hils lecture at Central MIustic
Hiall. Chicago. Nothirg else a-
good.-W. A. D'Alelnberte.

DBeank Thi Kitd Yu Him Pla Bys t
Siguatur n

THilE OYTIE SEASON.
T"e oyster In his bed of ooue.
l aked with a start from his summer
snooze.
Opened his shell. and s>e:d. with a yawn :
"I ft-er that our '-a-on of .l 'f-ttv 1 i goe.
For my pleasalnt dreams went' dloturbe'd by
t he jar
That is itiwsy cails(l by thbe letter H.
And I knew by the keel of that hideous
That sonie of u< shortly will he in he soup!"
And so they will for the lcloop was
filled with the finest and fattest.
This sloop was ?ent out by Nick
Apostle and the-o choice oysters are
now for sale, done or raw, ready to
chaw. :t his rest: uratit. You can
iret them by the plate, dozen, hun-ll
dried, harrel dray load, wagon lead
,r car lod. Owin, to the rush of
bu-ine-s the servinieof reirtlar meild-
will be discontinued after this wr-k.
bt;t -i'eciail irt|lr-> will l)- sirv.sd at
thy hit-cr ,of the day or igl't.


If w ,,a, ,reready, to .r'o to
hous-A'epw lt ./lfarstfrl
VFin i/.I ishfuri r 4i your //1,ouse
t'oiThe w/i.Ti,~ill? save ou
Ynlonel C!.)*Fourecrcdit is 000(1


JOHN McDAVID,


TZ & CO REAL ESTATE AND BROKERAGE.
X CITY PROPERTY. FARMING
AND TIMBER L,ANI)S
4-120-122-0 FOR SALE.

E. Governmrfnt Street, 0oans Plteed at Seasonable Rates


TELlJr'uNME 261.


24 East Government Street.


way civ I ;te'. tws paper icll a.
"lead" s t t!,'t tli.y <'-anl .i'rvc sole-
thing fl'<-!: fi'or thli r nndIrs iof th ir pa-


I -I .# %IW0%
Phusiclag 2nd Surl n

Iltijdtn'e, 2s We-st 'gregory 1-'treet
Mbono-hIV?.
l'la~ffux kt ree*t. Phone :.71:


rs. :1i ir 'i.,r will be given DT. Wx. C. DcY.
thl I "';a. 4 I lh %v!" when he re'tur-.s to
W:V;hii:i :,. !,ilI it i- earnft 'Aly iiuI'wd FFIOE-Hanh Bro.' Drugtore.
that it wil ,, ith r t health and O IO-a h Bro. r Store.
vig. A .er of BPSTDENO--400 E. Jackson Stree

Rpor.-st.a-v- t.' usLhai::tin avns speak -
inz the other day of the rivalry that
exists b :n the cities of Seattle WIn. Maean, .* U.,
and Taecurnj and sail that this rivalry
evin e xt,:,.N' to th famous mountain Homeo0atlbic Patys12n an Sunrgo,
in VW'a.i>;iii;tou so Ion know' as Mount
"Tl'cn'.;: "*d now << signal on the Late of (Ohala, Fla.,
I1ps n.< M :o;;lt Itanier. *"'I as mnk- Offers his professional services to tbe citl-
zeno of rensaeola.
In;g a trip. hlt-k into the state a little Especial attention given to the treatment
way." lie said. "and b(c-tnie involved of Chrenic lDilseases and l)i-,'ases of
Women and Childrtn.
In conversation with a gentleman oil Thirty Ye.ars practice in the South.
the train. We looked out of the win- tfice Ilouis:-9 a. mu. to 12 in., 2 to 4 p. m.
dow, and hv. pointing to the mountain Kesidence Phone No. 120.
and calling my attention, said. 'Behol Mount Taeolna.' As we progressed a
little farther and the train stopped at -
a station he again interrupted the con Dr Wi/mer 8 Ha//
prersation. saying,. "(nce more, behold j Dr Wimer Hll,
Mount Kent.' On the third stop It was
Mount Ranier. but with each change DENTAL SURGEON,
of station he had a change of name, M tolic Tfml. Phi0
which only gXos to show how jealous Mis uic Templ. Pi. s 23.
thbe people of the various Washington -
(ttlie and towns are of their famous u ilUnrrln nnnn vin f


mountain. But to me it shall ever be
Mount Tacoma."
AaNTtnm W. D wN.
How's This!
We offer One Hundred Dollars re-
ward for any case of Catarrh that
cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
Cure.
F. J. CHENY.. & Co., Toledo, 0.
We, the undersigned, have known
F. J. Cheney, for the last 16 years,
and believe him perfectly honorable
in all business transaction" and
financially able to carry out any ob-
ligations made by their firm.
WEST & T itAX,
Wholesale Druggists. Toledo. 0.
WAL>IN(o, KINNAN & MARVIN,
W lie-,lale Druggistq, Toledo, 0.
all's ( Catarrah Cure is taken in-
ternally. acting directly upon th,
baood and mucous surfaces of th,
system. Price 7bc. per bottle. noic
by all drtuigists. Test imonials free
liall's family pills are the b,,4t.

Sa the The Kid You Have Always Boug
aigatuira
of La47ZV- &

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

In tih, First Judicial Circuit ,f Florida.
Circuit Court of Escamnlia county. in
>hiat.cery.--iill for Divorce-.
.1attl.t-J. Watson.Complai1nant,
vs.
l:n'I h Watson. liefe>n(ant.
"rl'. l, fiii&ant, Ralph Waitson.n 14 required
to iplear to the above b'l ,f torn inlaint,.
i.dr1 lie-rein. on Monday. May 7th. ]1'.14
"1 n. fur .'ii.,ht vo-uec'utive weeks. In the Penia-
Cett IAII.1 N 'ws. a newspaper i)tliillihtd
in tli ty of l'rensacola, Florida.
A. M. M, Ml LLAN.
C('ler tCi 'l it tCourt.
Ity Ii1. H. 1HIKTON.
D eputy Clerk.
I'. n.~t'la Fla.. Feb. -2. li")). niloawSar

In th- l'ir't Jtudicial ( ircult of Florida. (ir
cuit 'c iil't of -seabla County-Int iiLtiau-
cery--lill to Foreclose Mortgag'.
I.ouii Boley. complainant, I
V.
La/zie a Waite. is an Individual,
and a adnd.iistra' rix of the be-
tat.' ef Fred! t. Walte. deceased. I
Erni st F. Waite. Fred C. Waite, ,
lizzle Ann Waite. Janie Waite,
Florida Walte... It. Brown and
.Minttle Brown, and J. II. Eller.
trading as J. Ii. Fller & Co., de- I
felndants. J
The defendants. r.rnet IF. Waite and J. 1'.
Elier. trading an J. II. Filer&A Co., are r,-
quir.-d to apti-ar tit the hill led Ngaian t


HtUtKU SUlU. & UU.,

WHOLI E ROOCEIS,



Palafox Stret,

Pensacola, Florida.



BARGAINS
--IN--


Real


Esta e.


A/,' wl t-liyv lD' O)ere ;of land north
$1000 of thocity and west of (4ouldlng.
$2000l"will 'huy acrft atl.uioiiiin city
$3000 will uy four t() olid block
$3000 and l ft t. hastvell rooil house
'hils property li in New City.
r wil0 l buy 7A nc'e s bhletween 1i41
$4000 nyou and llttCe Bayou. Thiv
pro peirty ha-awe!'r front on tihe bay; alsoI
)a rilg Bayou and Littli Hayou.
$5m0n will buy one of thee best re,6l
i V$5000 diene's on W'et Hill. situated
oin -treet car line; has IP rooms and all niod-
,nri conveniences.
$6000 will buy lot with 1"9 ft front on
i Phlatfox tstret. south ef <4.regK-
ory. 'his can elt initi diately utilize-d for
buitinstS purposes.
$7000 will buy lot with :. ft front on
$ 0 regory and :i ft front on Al-
ranilz and I ie ft front w Wright. This
property li nan nice cottagt. oe It, and there it
plenty of room to build a dozen houses more. '
$8000 will buy a handsome resldenc(
$8000on Enst Or,-.goy between Pala-
fox and Tarragona streets.
$9000 ? will buy am ) a.r, farm with
i 0gWW ood houseand farm iutldlugs
Elegant property for truck farming and
(lairy purposes. This place is Just outside
the city limits.
t 1h ci t 1Iiini w ill bu y a lo t in the b u sin ess
$10000 part of the city with 1 feet
front.


J. E. Stillman & Co.,

East Side of Plaza.


H. A. WATERa,


Batcher and Green Grocer.


,t-i n 1,Iitqeemia,,,it le I,.Itton .%pri :.A. l'.. PH O N E 1 2-
.,mt. PHONE 172.
Tlihi order to he pubhisb-d once a week f< r Fresh Tennessee and Native Meats,
fur cnecutv w.k In TlH PKK!SACOII A re ennesee and ative Meats, Ihe,
Il inl.v Nuws. a newspaper pubitshed in tLe Chickens and Country electi
-Itv of PeulInacola. for thb
A M. CMII...AS. Produce Daily. tion o
e'l-rk < circuit ('uurt;
i .VM. Hy H.. H i .rop. r Shop, Rear of Johnson & Son's Store,
Deputy 'lerk. :
',e :sac.cla, .la., Feb. ;N. E, .. Iuioaw4w INTENDENCIA STREET. At ti


of the
the ac


Three RCeular

leals rach Day

25c~ Each.


ON EUROPEAlt PLAN. .;. -


Restaurant Attached, Open Day and $ight.

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

Special Orders at Any Hour.
RATES:-From $1.00 to $1.r, per Day. LODGING:
.".15 and 19S 8. South Palafox Street. Pensacola. I loridla / 25 and 50c




Foundry d M.achine Shops,
CENTRAL WHARF, CO)R. JEfFERK-N AND PINE STREETS,


Telephone 346.


-:- Pensaoola, Fla.


PATTERNS. CASTINGS. LUMBER TRUCKS, SMALL KILLEDED
Car Wheels. Wood and Iron Pulleyv, Hanger., Boxes., Etc., Manu-
factured to Order in First-Clas Workmanlike Manner at Reason-
ble Rates.
Dealer in Machinery, Fittings and Supplies for
Stationary and Marine Application.


Convention Call.
The sixteenth annual meeting of
the Woman's Christian T'emperance
Union of Florida, will be held ik
Gainesville, April 3rd. 4th and th.
The fir.t srssimoi will i) at 3: p. m..
of Tuesday the third.
Miles Belle Kearnev of Flora,
Miss., will give the convention ad-
dress, adding interest to the occa-
sion. Ai.ici: C. HIOWN.
SARA J. OLENN. President. -
Recordig Sec'y.
EMIM


PLAN OF THE MAJORITY


How the Philippines Will BE
Dealt With.


PR'lSIDENT TO HAVE FULL POWER.


Senator Elktmo on the Porto Rican
Turiff-Iasues That Mast De Square-


Vor Tax As'seear.
I hl-ro..by announce niyve If a- a caLndidat
for Tax Aosep ior iof F-ctm'llhi.a 'touillty. Bo-
Ject to the action of the. lleirm'oratli prbka-
rn,-. It fi'ctd I ,i*p-I t to iae.t the appro-
batie-n of the. tax paye-rN anri %ili do I'
duty in -vv-ry d-etail as I ol wi hen I hbld
theotlice before.
( et. Itaal.
ForTax Amnewier.
Trio candidacy of Wil'amn W. Iltiharde IS
hereby announced for re'- lctcon Ia la as-
sevpcsr for E.qtanuhla county. iu1)jectto ( f
aitioin of the democratic prinmarsai.
F'or Counly Treaburer.
I announce my.I-f amt a cadisdaft for"
the ofift-'P of (o'unlv Treamure-r. *sb) el s
the action of the demiocratlc primary, ats
ask the support of Imy friends.

For County Treasurer.
I hereby announce myself as a candidale
for renoinination an treasurer of KEsamble
county, subject to a decision at the eselnag
democratic primary election, and reeeMf-
fully solicit the support of the voters of Sie
count, pledgiing m)'elf for the future 100"
.ame faithful performance( of duty tWha I
have endeavored to lulflil during mH paW
tenure o f the office. J. W .F*Au.


For Juatiw e f Ihe Peace.
rrehy announce my candidacy for re-
on to tbhe olce of Justice of tbhe PeS
e Hlecond Ilistrlct. subject to the a2-
f the' nominating pilimarle..
IRt UKIM Jo1NWS.
For Juslice of The Peace,
be suggestion of numerous frifgt e I
y announce. my candidacy f ir tW
iPeac of second ditrict. subjeego
tlou of the nomiititinn primariee.
JAMR itK. LAInItF-e.


-'or Bchooil I- upIertnvendent.
I am a candidate for 'county supertone*
dtent of public Iat ruction uhje.t to 164
lde.moeratlc primarionl. I riespe-tfully e*
licit lh suffrag., of th.- F.-'ctlniesa Conlty
voters for the atb... -.ial,.-il poimfBn.
J %vr M. TATBI.


l'eor %w-s'ht I isupe-r IiiSeiIIest.
To theo Voter. cef .- :-canreai 4 ceouintv:
I lrebay rannounlce ml .--If a anidla*' te
-4ipc-rintenrldent eof I'tili.- I i-itrirllon tee
,;'<--nilhirt ci lnly titrl eask ii ri-. pp >rt ofy
frielind and \ot.i r."tn-it+iv.


I I. HElL..
Fl'or isp. rliswneridl is, I lnhtalic 1~.
skl ricit ei.
I,, c.: .. V ,lt-r f J .-.-' itiil t ; 't '.* nt : I
to it c II: I iTrl C | I f t cit i !6'.- fe r fe
t li r.lii :'e :1.r-c ii.' I 'iI II.' c J tI i rbrITl a
: ;.'h ; p'.t'n.h '..i-t : t ,ll: HI.I IIl fI'
',.5-,-. l ti. :ii, t.- O'(, rt of ny friends
Tr.';, V,,t r- ,' r ll it tli 'rcimieto d rmo-
'rat' p1 InIar. '-i'-i'r'i N I xll t )f .
IFor imeilm-t-r e-im ol oarrd.
tv thi.- r, l-i--' f f ...'- !- I ti r .-V aO -
i itr 'c.- ittv -r'rIt'l f i"r iI. r i r c.f t4-
lr::'r < -i'.rit" .; '.nc- I~( th''oii'icf rrhwr "
c I, .- ter 11 I i ; I : c. ''
A P, i A-r I I f i .
f r i i or IIn leer ae i io l-l'tlll o t ie t I:- ir. ic rei-,u-t iof frt nlsdg.
I .ctvx' 0c-ca'l, 'I tee n. ;l,. c* C c>U'- a '-"tidultll
;,r iIc-,I t-.r, ee Ir .- "*ft,.ci h,, vr % e 0f ', .: m bift
cc,*intV i. !i'.c ','l tee t~i'- c tn icfl l f l-fcn d flian
rrt;..- priutWirc-,D. i'; ,Aai
le'or .Meinli-lr c-e'h'-l leanil.
Th- frie-nd< (if Mm. J. I; 'trwA; IOt f Wa-
'lut H.i1. Itxt\! ri -m -'(rr.e hbi c ro w ,
h-ophv rinotun tier of the Escarnmha <,intDv f-'hoi sni
for the northern t11-tr ct. *thj4ct to tbhe t -
tlon of the deiu(ncratIc primaries.


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DUNN'S s


0 HOTEL


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LODGE DIRECTORY

KNIGHTS OF ryxm&AAS,
Pennacola Lode,. No. K. of P.
meets every Monday e?~e
ing at 7:30, at Castle llal.
n tllutctlnson hall. Wer
Visiting brethren oordnally
welcomed.
H. JUDEVIsR.
II. HORMSI.C. C. C.
K. K. & 8.
W. O0. W.
Live Oak Camnp No. Woodmnaan ofthe-
World.
Meets first and third Friday night la
eac month. Visiting sovrreignt ordt-
allv Invited. W. W. WATSON.
TilAME. Clerk. C.C.


POLITICAL ANNOUICEIE?. "

For lRepresentative.
I hereby announced' mve'lf a, a candidaMi
for llepreetntativ- of Fe''lhilha countly,-
Frlorldln, in tlh I' slal t re. ubjfe 't to tile
deImocsatiC primaries.
C. Mo aNo Jo.n1 .
For ltepre-s nmatlve.
I ht.r.-ty announce tiiy-i-fo as a cnd:.te.
for lfpresenitative of Fscailinla m ,t ainty tin
the Iei-i i iiinrIes.
J. l"M11l %VoLIrl.
For sheriff.
I hereby announce myself a- a '*ndkita.
for Mberlff of KNcambla County. and rv-
sp*ctfully ask the support of my frlesae
and voters of the county. If .le'ted I wilt
discharge the duties of said office elteteatly.
fairly and impartially.
W.B H i trciIIow.
Vor Sheriff.
I hereby announce myself as a candid1e-
for re-election to the. omftl. of sheriff of Ms-
cambia county. rlorlda. and sslisiit theslsf
frages and Interest of all my friends.
For Sheriff.
I hereby announce myself a candidate Ibr
sheriff of Escambla county at the em9 lg
election. J.'. VAN PELT.
For Clerk of the Cirenit Court.
I hereby announce myself as a candidate
for re-election as clerk of the circuit eooS*
of Escambia county at the ensuing eleelet
and ask the support of the voters.
A. M. NcMILIrw
For C'ircuil ('lerk
I announce niv tandlidney for 4 "erk of bth
('cilruitl t'ourlt of *,)'u.i tll .-untv. suhi)etP
to the action l f tl lrria oiih II.'ni .u ratsW
primiarie. K. E 1.. l' sIIILL.
'eor C'ircuilt Clrk.
To t he Voter. of .:caneila i I .tnty
I hereby arinoul.ce mnv.4-f a tcauidate oIr
the ot~el' of le'rk of thi ir.-ul, t eourl of
lE,,atihiits rotntv a ie d i ill t>- 'ldl -etd
lihave the tipplort of iiv fr:endd an4 the,
voter,> g-nerally. J,,iIN >,K I.% K'A.
For Tax Colle-tlor.
I hereby announce nivmelf as candida o
for re-el-etlon as Ta x i'o letor ef Kwami-
tia cotility, itid ak the iupport of My
friends and voters general .
A. H. II'ALIMHKT1 .
Fior Tax collector .
The many friends of .Judge V. H. Honlfta
having obtained biq con-ri'i I hereby as-
noUine bin) h a* a 'intidiatefe>r TaxSi olIhefo*
of E cnmbla county at the enltiir tetlelila.
M ANY \. "Ta.


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4 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MARCH 22,1900.


THE DAILY NSW8: contingent fund appropriation, the:
expenses of the office have been paid
Katered at the Post Offce at Penscola. out of the school fund, either princi-
fll.,asm e-ond-class matter.
S amatpal or interest, besides the payment
OrrICE: Pitt Building, 2111s south Pals- of the salary of a clerk in the office
dlimtreet.up-*tirs. of the commissioner of aaricul-
PI'aBI.1HtI, BY ture, part of the time at $75
THE IE8 PUPLI8HING 00. per month and part of the time,
at ;o11 per month; which salary
Terms-lnvariably in Advance. has not been included in the state-
Gie Year by Mail ... 5 41
Iirlgonth bb mient referred to by the Times- ,
Tsro Month' I Union and Citizen as having bcen '
Om Week, by Carri-r. pa able M onday ;1 published in THE NEWS.
For the six years of Mr. Sheats'
W WMI KKI Y NEW8: administration covered by the pub-
Pablihbed every Friday at $1.wo per year lashed records, the item of miscel-
Pom laneous expenses, amounting to,
TELEPHONE NO. 118. $b,348.66, comprises postage, $9b5 62,,
and printing., stationery. office equip-
ddrtsingefFunhdonFApplica'on. meant and incidental expenses. $7,-
362.94. These are all grouped to- be
gether for the reason that in the bee
.,^N ] N record of warrants paid by the treas- die
urer, only the name of the drawee is att
, given, the account for which the Ma
YrEIAOOLA. MARCH. 22. 1900. warrant was drawn, showing what 'sre
it was for, being filed in the comp- M
PRECINCT DELEGATES. troller's office. An investigation En
The Mavs loemocratle Cluhb o renacola thereof would disclose the items of wh


b-eendorsed the following ticket for del-
e-galt from the city precincts to the 1ecm-
oMtice County conventionn to be held at
rovelton. April 1t and a&k that thely bd
given a bearty support by the voters:
Precinct 12--C. H. Uingles. Ieavid thfe-
ban. Wm. Bazzill, J. 1. ).axwell, and 1. F.
W righiton.
Precinct I:-W. A. Blount.Thbo!. Hannah.
Jobs Cbristli., J. (leo. M ni te aLd W. T.
Prtci:ct 14--4i-n. Ihr. n..loi Iohn'on.
J.8. Mctwaughey. Jolhn 'f.iar and J. E
Mears.
Irm cinct l.--:. H. Putnam John West.
WmI. 'klnue-tt, J. E-. A.bercrullel'r 1i.d \N A.
Puntham.
WHILE the Michigan syndicate
that recently purchased the 1'. & A.
lands in West Floridi i contein-
plating an advance in price,. the-
large land holders of the easter ii
coast-the Florida East Coa-t Rail-
way, the Model Land Comnpany. the
Boaton afnd Floridi Atlantic Coa--t
Land Co. and the Florida Coast .line
Canal & Transportation Co.-have
signed and published an agreement:
to sell their land, until June 13. at
a discount o';s pter cent from li-t
prices fcr cahli.


Ev'RYONi: who hla- 4 ver -ung or
heard "Annie Laurie" will be inter-
ested in the following from a late
.Jnglim.h paper:
A qIaa:.t.v,-.era'il .,lai dy, !ho ni!h to;all
hppearanc'-s. s'V, dt i.t.-pped (out o( a
saildtnsitti coin-edy tor a (ininthorough pi.-
tore. died thli week in the- per-inl of Lady
John ,cott pottliswo(od. tle conmpober of
*-Annie Laurie.' and other familiar melo.
diwi. tShe wa- nint-tn-one years of at:-. and
aunt (c the lIuke of lucci-ugmh and clot ly
related to the late (.eiifral Wauchope. Slip
llad a very strong characterand wasa great
upholder of old manners and customs.
'When traveling, Oie roe' in a carriage, al-
vays had potitl.uL- aritd t*nccuragt.d th.c ob-
"r'ance ofu ldcu-toins. ulie wa a liberal
benefactor of the poor anid maintained a
meal Iail as a relic of old time. and sbe
preferred thatch on roots and peat for fires.
Wfbe was an ii.defati.zul!e collector of anti-
tuitlitS.
FRotM a list of in-urauce compa-
ieles authorized to do bu-iness in
Florida during I"+'. kindly sent to
Tie NEWS hy State Trea-urer Whit-
field. it is l-ea ind that 7-,' fire coln-
panies received in Florid prf-rni-
umns last year the sum of *71",271.2^.
their: lo-se- ini thi- -tate during the
year being $:1:.S4..:;:*. leaving then
a profit. le!- expeni-ts of inaelig--
inment, <1 :$ 4; 15 '4. Al-o. that 1"k
life company~ r.-ceived in premi-
utun in Florida la-' year tiie i,-un (.f
$739.'S9I.50. th,-ir hlo-se- in the s.,tate
daring the y-ir he-cini z -$432,457C.1.
leavil tCielii ae profit,i l --t.l i-," .
of A$3-T.hI..2. Al-o t l.at inmi-c 1--
laneouts coiip;lni-e r**t'oeivye iti pre-
miums durin:i the -atino p tiod $ii,-d
463.4,. ti#. ir Florida l,- e-, heing $1nP .-
690.71, a ditlereioc- er pr fit of $11.-
74t.,%:. F",ida lpatrion-i of thie-.'
companiii'- the-r fre paidi out t.,
them ii lpreinmiuli- tl.c ai~r-'r.m;at-
ei3m of ?l.;'ith.', 7...1 and ot back ini
l,,, es paid $7.'4 o.I.;. 7', -,) tl:;It th ir
protection Iy- ii-uraice 'i.-t tihen:
net. #7;.', )5,*i.4. Only onte Ct'llIpatiliy
in the *-iti. lit-: paid out iitr, t!ian
i: had r',,. .,v d dmtir ;4, th, v,.i .r.



Tthe O '" ,, '. .: : < .I t' ,




ut 'lll a i': ". t I'-tcf t;1 -1h \, .t -


titeri \t mi *It .. -'. e r- un tn ad-


nib itr i-orm .n .. :;a.r Ri t :.* 'ell d r
IL D'! In Il thle i, cu ,, .- l -I






I bev ucyf iV6
Se n i l. .' e f-, t..' ite sl -
t rii i' d ll e' ; i Ir a it'
lll t, ,r.1 ,!; zvwwi I -" 111 I I.- ; l; I : .' -



vantn. aid t'l ;i/H '., :.
The Iteii iho,' ve re fe1r,.d to aIs tIil


dlof inalcdetl. Tepfiunder the ad-
h ministration ol Ma"jolr R-sell. dur-
irthe ioust six years, were of his ioutcu f thei-
bey-ta appropria:i made up as followsn-
Circulars. -_$22.'; desk, $12.00; census.
iLa"7o; postage, stationery and inci-
incurred in IS91: the other, in .r21.
The inference is that all other items-
of iucidental expenditure, for tne
previous years, were paid out of the
annual appropria'io i of $50,1 for con-


the account.
If Major Russell's
greater than appears


sigR
a la
expenses were Ste
by the state- ma


ment above referred to. a diligent
search through the treasurers' re-
ports fails to disclose the fund from
which they were paid.
THE NEws again protests that it
has been drawn into the discussion
of these matters by reason of its at-
tempt to defend the memory of
Major Russell from the innuendoes
of a contemporary, made in the in-
terest of Mr. Sheats, aud seriously
reflecting upon Major Russell's ad-
ministration of the office he so long
and honorably filled.


Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup will prove a
quick and sure cure for croup. Mothrs.
wh tn your children are attacked with that
dreadful di.ease. you can depend on thin
iiiarvltioun re-meail It never I lf to cure
Ht once. Price Ar.,..
"Old Vollmer" at Eugene Arbo-


MAYS DEMOCitATIC CLU'I;
A Vigorous Organz.aion: Iteady f-,r
Busg.nc"s.
No local political mov m(-;et was
ever inaugurated utuler bright-rauQ-
pices tilan that hi re;.fter to be
known as The Mays Democratic
Club. which was c!,misteled last
night and is a lusty ilifant. full of
sound health and vigor. and h vi;,g
for its chief purpose in life the com-
lilete unification of all democratic
elements in Escambia county in the
interest of Hon. Dannette H. Mays
aw a caudidat- for governor of Flor-
ida.
At a meeting held last night
at the room of the Water Front
Commission in the armory. at
which there were pre-eut about,
7,5 Pensacola democratQ, repre-
resenting every department of ,,r-
ranized labor and every element of
the business. p rofe-sional itid in-
dusitriall opulatim of thle city. tlie
action taknii by a formner mii-tin i
held at the o iee of the Bar Pilot-'
association in mlliinin tini g d(1olpog:te
from the precincts to the colninyi
county .coivemtiomn was tlrmimniioi)tl-ly
ratiied, iand ste('s taken to perfect a
permanent ,organization.
C'apt. E. H. Putinam pIresided ovwr
tlhe minetiing and Mr. J )lin tI. WVard
acted a-- #-crretary. After a general
i;>err lirh;ri,;e of views( oni the exi-tiiir
pioliti-al itiitin,. parti(cipated in ti
I Ian e liu,.tim lr ,f th1im >pre-t nt., ,l
miotion ii was ordered that a c )!oi-
ii ittee of three' fr',im each ,f the ci>\"
recitinct- e -!:olil he appointed d y tth"
chair. to take charge of lthi- eainp;:iii
there-in ui!d re; ,rt to th, or-
za iZatioIi foi ll t1lii to to ::;% .
with piow.v- r to ;pt[ ,tuit .,*:. ,
c' t Ill i te* in t heir re-pPet iv-
prrciitwt- ;,r tlml petif .i n:imt!e of n.e--
e--ary service. Thie hlli irim;in tt;t r, -
unol:i .ppoiint( d thi t-ilow n;.; e r-
-,114 a -M -1lliT;!ittf :
No. 1l--T. E. WIllh- C. F. (il. -
in i I l n lHa: cl.iy.
No. Wrl-.l]ln i W\irt. ("or f W.
Ain-woit!h and \Vin. lilutiner.
No. 14-J.osep!h Brown. \\':ilk, r Ii:-
griiTha ;i..A David T'it:it:.
No. I-.-Joi.n (;. W\',l-!h. \Vii. H.
K.n >w.'e allnd ). V. ` i l '.
-rIv n t!l, n T,' f, '1 1.'l, M ay- I ll -
.*i i i'- C il i l'. i !;.
ITH. I i',t. : 1, \ .l 1 iilE AO :i;1-'i;ll '.")
i-. ,F-, :,r : I,. i, m'r'-i. ttI m anil




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To th le contracts rs :a n l; :era i' n::! f :
x; X t \ '. ,1:1. ;i',iy ntl' ". .ir '!: "'. ,:
S::Ntice i hereby i ,en tht on and

THI1 I;'.-,r S.M.VF. IN 'Tii- WOULD,1











:fter the first day of April, 194. no
Union mechanic or laborer will work !
-kof ptid rfit tinder the juritv,-iy t

-..ili .li' :.--\V. 4A It'A lt ini>,-!te-.
,l it-rniit:i at Eaitut e A:'T -

IMI'lt.ilTANr NOfi(,t,.
Tof the Contral Ttlrades Council.
Notice is hereby Oiven that on and
ftert J. e firJt dayoof Apri, ltil, no,
Union mechanic or laborer will work
on any building with any non-union
men where there is an organization
of-.aid craft tinder the jurisdiction
of the Central Trades Council.
lnStf J. R. JOt'RDAN".
"Paul Jones" at Eugene Arbona's.
15 W I- A2--


Eruptions. i "Like Father, Like Child." Man is the sum of his ancestors."I Dyspepsia.
"An eruption all If parents wish healthy children, let them see that they themselves have: I had dyspep.
o ver mv b o d vpure, rich, strong blood. No taint of scrofula, no insidious malady, nojsia in its worst
caused a burning lurking microbes or germs to be a curse to posterity. Purify the blood. forI and tried
sensations I could Hood's Sarsaparilla is the guardian of infants yet unborn. Bay it today. but found no re-
not sleep nights. lief until I took
By taking Hsood's f loodS's Saresapa-
Sarsaparilla Irllaand Hood's
was completely; Pills. To my grlat
cured." JENNIE andacure. I am
'nda cure. Iam
THoMlP ONBox36, noww ell and
O taksville, N.HY. strong MARY E.
Get (on i Hood'S BvRL, Olney, 11.


EDWARD ILOOM i'FIEL D. Weather Conditions.
.i, t cxc-- .t.-.,..F r IA decided barometric depression


Years.
[r. Edward Bloomfield, who had
en in feeble health for some time,
d at 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon
he home of his daughter, Mrs.
y L. Banks, 222 West Belmont
,et, aged 82years, of apoplexy and
norrhaige of the brain.
Ir. Bloomfield was a native of
gland. He came to this country
en a lad of 18 years and at once
ned articles of apprenticeship in
irge piano factory in which young
inway, afterward a famous piano
nufacturer, was at the time an


is moving eastward through the
northern tier of states. It is unac-
com panied by precipitation but has
resulted in warmer weather through-
out the north and west.
Another depression is developing
on the Texas coast, which will move
northeastward through the Gulf
states, and cause rainfall and fresh
easterly winds in Western Florida
to-night and Friday. Corpus Christi
had a wind velocity of 34 miles dur-
ing the past 12 hours.
The temperature is below freezing
in Eastern Tennessee. and heavy
frost occurred in Northern Georgia
this morning.
pQ, 71',I .,,


wilhie aseniorir:sl-.. i'-
iof tilie public .
iThurs.d--v evejuitz, N. i
IClutter' mu--ie t-,dl. ,
I salp at Coe's hook ~
!adult-, atd 25 velut-i fr
*Prog.ramu will 1),

is One of ()U,- -P,>.
'dr

Dtiffy's Malt i, t.
cinet. At Eugel.-i. i


31tliam 0olIn0on & $on.
011


SHOES,


CLOTHING,


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Gents' Furnishing Goods Department.


Aftercompleting his apprentice- as. J. WRI HT, JR., SPECIAL-5 t; Pairs Ladies' Oxford Ties. -i/es 1 to 1 .:. w.,:.
ship Mr. Bloomfele d engaged in the a. Observer. $2.25 to $3.14I...............................................
manufacture of pianos for himself B OFA Pairs Ladies' Button Shoes. sizes 1 to 6 .................
and invented many improvements WBT OF ALL
which are now used in the b st To cleansethe system in a gentle T7,,,, ,., -m l .h1,s ,,,'th. I',i .
pianos. He was quite successful in and truly beneficial manner, when
tle business until he retired some theSpringtime comes, use the true Elegant Line of Mi~~es' and Children'. Strap Slippi;- .ri:l )x'
years aro because of ill health. and perfect remedy, Syrup of Figs. Celebrated [Merriami Make. Black. Tan. Red ainl I it l'.it 1,.
He was a charter member of Pro- Buy the genuine. Manufactured by i'p to Date Stylv-.
gre.sive Lodge of Free and Accepted the California Fig Syrup Co. onlv.
Mason,, of Brooklyn d en d been and for sale by all druggist., at Ladies-' H u-o Slippers at ...................' .. 7,5,, $1.i ..: 1 <
an active nmson for nearly half a cents per bottle. SE I.R SHOW WINDOW F4JR MF.N'S .4! nl- l
century.
His body was sent to Park Ridge, "Three Feather'" at Eugene Ar- To Arrive Next Week. New Line Hovy-' and Youth'- ,...
Ill., on the 12:45 train to-day and bona's. Iurle Stevens' Make. Nobby. I p to D).te, Durii,;
will be buried there with Masonic
ho oomfied is survived by four Furnitureat all PricesBiggest and Best Selected Line of Men's and
Mr. Bloomfield is survived by four
daughters and two sos-Mrs. May We are el dinin room tBoys Shirts in the City.
L Banks of this city, a son and at bargain prices; also stoves, bed- O rts i .
daughter at Park Ridge a daughter springs, mniattings, kitchen safes, aindi
in Nebraska, a son at Los Angles. kitchen cabinet: with bread board, We are n,,w in a Position to Otffr th.. Public Grt-at V.:
Cal., and a daughter in South )a- chests for flour. and drawers for Youth- and Boys' Clothin'g. h:vi.m:_- in Stock Ov.: .I 1
kota-and several grandchildren. kitchen utensils and tableware. uits to S.ict from.
Sselr cd("all and examine them at 0. M.
It i, very hard to st:m,,d idly by and Pryor's Bargain Furniture Houtse. I Men', 'att in Endless arity fr .................. :
.. I ..d.. ....,; .....L:. --line ,,. .,t Nlkwe r 'onm Nrie..-w r l r -Stvl. Khiw "i


"t-ee our tear ones sui t-r w iie a;wa-it ,
ing the arrival of the doctor. An
Albany (N. Y.) dairyman called at a
drug store there for a doctor to come
and see his child, then very sick
with croup. Not finding the doctor
in, he left word for hium to come at
once on his return. He also bought
a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy. which lie hoped would give
some relief until the doctor should
arrive. In a few hours he returned,I
saying the doctor need not come, as
the child was much better. The
druggist, Mr. Otto Schols, says the
family has since recommended
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to
their neighbors and friends until he
has a constant demand for it from
that pirt of the country. For sale
by Hanuih Brcs., 21 Sonth Palafox
street.
Beer in bottles and ca.eQ for fain
ily use at Eugene Arbor a's.
The Late T. Ij Miller.


In the death of Mr. T. L. Mill -r, Man.
which occurred at Deu-'Fniak Spi 'ir-'.
March Ilth, the comiim nitiy :ii,' .i'i
-tateo l-es a value-d it:7,.''. Mr.
Miller was known nhronm a.',: t0il .
country and Eni2land. ;;s a hr. - choice stock., hi-. .peci-Ity I,- :! 1 t!.*
faii.ous Herfords. 'Up tp t e daty d f -"
his death offers fromnp 1,:".i-nt :.- :
ricultural journals tpoured in tp, ,mn
hiim to edit departmt-nits on live
stock. While cattle rai-ing ha.s al-
way- bet-ni a factor in tlhe dfvel'p-
mnent (f Walton county, it is n'.v-.r-
thI ls- t:ine that ih enier'_-v. ent!i.s- i


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ABSOLUTELY PURE.
BONBONS AND CHOCOLATES.
ALL KINDS OF BRITTLE,
POP CORN SEA FOAM.
ASK FOR


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Bugillies IoIton & Buoi.




Buggies! Buggiesl Buggies!


'n d'is 'A SOLID CAR LOAD.'Stylish Stick Seats!

P etty Phaetons.

Who is Rader? CAli LOUAU PtlBCES! urrie; BeMa Carts, Gn L

He's is the Furniture And, Eandl vrv tv vie! Ton Buggies.


BEST MA K ES, LATEST STYLES.
----- -First Come, First Served; They Won't Last Long.

CRAND YV.- We will All,,w Y,,ui S. i:. :i: f,.r that Old it.-
PRNG OPENING A:.,,t I:, t',,.
TTTTERY
M -4I-- ""NE_


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ians i. and experience of Mr. MNillerI BOWERS & KRUSE'S
lims within the last f-w vo:i r-
ive-n tlhe business a w-nd.-trful ill:- Wednesday. March 28th.
il'tu- ln conitinuii i all
Mr. M illor moved fro:n Illinoii- toi tih- w,---k
'). F1niak only live ve:mr- ago: 1hut ,, -
t-w Ih,'li have .litt*00(" 1 il. :trc< il- "r "l#e / ,/ s.
plishiini s ,o much in so -hort r iiem ,.
DeFtu:iiak Springa., Fl'i,.. Mln ch; oa; tr pCordialv I lit.,l
21-t, 1914i ,i loAtt-.i l.
Presented a Tra;<-,.t'l. p--' : ... -" ".. .-
Timn-lv information t-iv. n Mri-..
; o, ",I L ,n gi o f N -w 't z : i'-V :ll .
O()li l'pr.v-nit.d- a dream f'.il t: .,t-eldy
an'md -:ved two liv'-. ". fti :. !ill
cough had lonim-kept I !r .tv;'ke.'-v. MISS R. NEWELL,
1;ig;:,t. Sih' had trii.d : itv :-;n'-
di'- and d'-ctor-. but -to-'diVly r..tw DRESSM A ER
w ,,r-,, ui'til IreI l t t:yv i)r. itii;'.-
N.-'. )i-,.)',ovemyi. fii I,,,'tO- E S;M,,i!A
't m h, i mr, and eih wr:tt I- !ii .inil-
1 N' 1pn 1 Mel0rh l
f :t -.-vo r i t ck ii' 'lI, .

dy f r"A:n ,.il tl ,,. t ;l. m
!~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~m O RIN MINI il olv' rdi d lliillIoil ii.s


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F. & A. I.. will i elc w re vt-er it ti:- e. ; I'1d pr ;ti-
S' i d ly v' -t ,,">. :al ly :I 1.i !-' ,l i '.- i ni d t h- :t l I t
o : it A d li c ,.'at l:." 1:- I' pre--,.. m,.d.
Vi- t orethri i -.t.- eli tl i 'av, i I$d#- a v.4l -'i .
na v ilnvit, d to attel.t. i.' ditip t ito c,, po-iti,, h ,. l
l]{ ,.:;'Id i ,, r.\V,1 !. il its- valtl v ry l m tch. T'a:.. h'-
.A ('. wi,: l N T. 'le b d, a .,ei It ri at; t xp,'o -6- t, ,,if,.
ml .c''retary. whii e tle pric-- to the .-publii r'emtaii-
th- ~-tuni, namely : Onc-. d- llar pr
vOOD)W oANTED. bo'tle. ix bottles for five dollar;.
STheaddition. spoken of above, i-
Hids are dr--ired for-2,4o, cords of directed especially toi time relief of
good pi,;e wood. indigestion in it- varied forms
22mlw BRIBi- I E Co. With proper diet the Tonic will
cure the worst form, of this tor-
FINE STOCK COMING. mentiang affliction with its hundred"
Geo. W. Turton. Jr.. will arrive of obscure symptoms.:often referred
to-morrow with a large consignment to other organs than the stomach.
of Fine Horses, Mules and Jersey, By this addition, it. virtues as a
Cows, which will be on sale at the general tonlic and invigorator and
Pensacola Livery Stable. 2lmn3tt blood purifier, are not impaired in
Penacola Livery Stable. 2n3tthe least. No bett r medicine can
Sbe found for the relief oef t!,ose di"-
W ho is Rader eases that are so prevalent in the
A pring months.
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 1900. 5


LOCAL NEWS NOTES


,, ,.,d jr4n%,,, d.'. t'rl i-,R /-
,, t ,r. tterdI c, dqre**:.
I. J ,',-
S ,:,i;.- of (i;u :e'-boro. T< ni..-
1,.-rel.a:.;-.
Si. iain of ]ti 4 inoud.
-, .- -t' a: the Escambia.
S .l ili.o-'i of (ieorgiaua,
,.u--t u .t the Merehants.
w.tri L.. Pttanley of New Or-
t-s-lt,.ping- tt!he Escambla.
h J<,!,-il-ol of llopkiucvillp,
'.i lI[x !ie Escaliibia' gu-t=.
ha li-. It. Parkhill went to
y-te.rday to attend court

'\ I -~oMtimanid wif.- of Moline,
-;-:,-red at the E-cambia yeet

S R.. M. Bushnell i's now choir
Sof the First Presbyterian

i f liouald-on of Hanover, Pa.,
. -t.reerd ut the Merchants this
ttNe.1
'-I r-. F-rd. rick Joni- returtied yes-
* ;.iy from a va-it to re-latives in
\ .-;,cial ri eting (of th- (C'.ntral
. I-- Cout' cil will ),e held to-night
S. o'clo k.


'. W. Megitte of Valdo-ta, (;a.,
1 .1.(i. Megitt-, of Pofrt-min-uth.
.. ait.- at thi e. -:-camlli .
.AI. impiortaut ineeting of the P n- t-
,. ,*l;i Yachlit'lub will bt- held at St.
,-, pl hall at '- o'clock to-night.
Ti 4 Hi eight Ief. CoI. ;adv'-rti-es inI
i- i--ti for t id- for furnishing
-; with 1 i.. co! A- of .'e.d pillne

i W Z. :! of (t,.ir le--to'n. S. C.,
: 1 ( '-:at, ,t, N.-w Orlh-arti-.
..i+ a't ,ti l,-d.. '" 7ilf- t- at ht
I re: A.:-.
Mr-. S er Hi rne lhad the mi-f.or-
t;Itie- % ,.id. v of stf.llppl:l wt i(. ;, -n rated li-h r foot and ill
"'n-tta painful woiuid.
Mr. M. N. Howell. the well-known
tir l.te builder, hlas a ;"-w adver-
-, i!,-uit in to-day's NE .w. tf,
S." to find it and read it.
.1J idze McCullagh was engag-d
tIorninril Iem hei-arinl: a !-tilt r.row-
out of thil r ec-nt loanikruptcy
-- of He-rlin & A litiibr .
I or th" accoiinmodation of those, 4
-idenit- along the dumaniy line who
S-Ir- Ito :atteiad the (crcus or The
v at thile opera house. a late train
.1 be. run teo-night.
C'.oope-r4- C& s' IRuilroad show is
o.-: T"lih te-nit is pitched on the lot
.-t we-t of thle cu-tout house, where
i't* rinoonl alld niigt performance c
v ill b*- oave-n lto-day, to-morrow and
- t I -rdayv.
Sii:u.leii Ellis of Molino. bound
v,-r y ,-t#erday by I.". Commission- i
linit-o;:, for breaking into the i
-..ttife. at Melitao and robbing thlie I
,'. of lsi,. went to, jail in default of
Mi-- N.ili,- Iturriow l.-ft ihi-morn-
S ,,, \\'.iik.-e, ;i:.til. -li ,to act a- i
-:* ,id f,,r ier fri-and. ia--- I :ian- I
\ e', *t 'li. wio i- teo lIe wedde-d
I-r iik Hlugh.ti- ,f t-'l..lal t
A .11\ i i.
'* H 1. S i ;';i-~'ie t. tl- l'eti- :rol:t .
t **r f tie- -tal.- he 'a'. oe he. alt'e. I
I .r' I't.v-aician H. C. W i ste.
\. -:* r.l:-i for Ja.ks,,'.ivill.- t", at!-
I 1i0eeIt ti: tl .rt oi' f t -tat.'
,I f 1.:tll thl.
: '-u-icola Athletic itile will
:ti plea.-iing proirrain of ati!-
-poilts, followed by a c k: ,
atat tlie -, tin. March 27. Ticket will i
A, at 'i rent-.
k. v .1 .W. lHathanway. I. I) ... f
Yow York. ge-net ral secretary oi th -
* S. rrin Sabbath UInion, aclco nmpa-
1 I'v Mr-. Hathaway. arrived ill
citv y've-ter(!:ty ;ad took roo,,i;;:
*e- .-eatilb .
H.lni. J Ed. to'Hrai-t arrived ill t!i
Sy,--t-rday folr a brief vi.st., idad
'. t.ded tl:0- iiie+-tl:iz ,If tile M- ay-
... ,u*a" Club la-' ili- t. where-
%j- I. airtily greet .,(i- and laade -,lll-. vigeoroi- aind


m u. v o jv i emory. Capt. Andersen was
MY BEAUTIFUL BABY BOY about 65 years of a. Hewa part
owner of the vessel. He had three
Weak Women Made Happy by Lydia E. daI ters, who re-ide in Norwiy.
lakham' Vegetable Compound The stock of goods in the Ttore.
Letters from Two Who Now Have No. 329 South Palafux street. recent-
Chudr-e. ly involved in litigation on behalf cf
creditors. haviiz been r-ilea-ed from
'DEAR IM!E. PINKHAM:-It was my the custody of the court by a $1,.00
ardent desire to have a child. I had bond given by A. Greenhut and A.
it-.n marrk-d three yvars and was Lischkoff, is beain_ packed up prt--
childless, so wrote to you to tind out paratwry to removal.
the reason. After fol-
lowxing 3our kind ad- ?"oisonu Refut*sto Talk.
vice and taking Lydia FRANKFORT. Ky., March St1.-County
E. PIinkham s Vege- Prosecutor Poisgrove has gone to Lex.
table Ctmpound, I be- ington where he is to meet F. W. Gol-
Scamethei otherofi de who is said to be the most uapor.
h* ^ l, iftaul b Int witness for the state in the trials
bov the' 'jy,,v of our of the suspected assassMins of Governor
l home. lie is a Goebel. Ex-Congressman Colson, who
fat, healthy baby. is reputed to have charge of the con-
thanksto yourmedi- feiWon of the suspects, is obeying the
cine.-- MAi. MI INDA advice of his lawyers aid refused to talk.
FINEI.E. K Rovce, Shot at the Judge.
N. Y. PARIS, March l1.-In the place of
FM Grateful justice an attempt was made to murder
"r DlR M1 the presiding judge of the fifth court by
PINKHAM : I a druggist named Bardin, who had just
wrote ou a lt -lost a sum The judge had just taken
wroteyou a le their seats and counsel in another ose
ter some time had began his speech, when Bardia
ago, stating my case to you. aimed a revolver and fired three shotsI
I had pains through my bowels. at the judge, who had a narrow escape,
headache, and backache, felt tired the bullets graaing his head.
and sleepy all the time. was troubled I
SSpanish Recipr,oiry Treaty.
with the whites. I followed your T
advice, took your Vegetable Corn- WASHINsTO ., March 21.-An import-
pound. and it did me lots of good. I ant document, presenting strong iea.
now have a blaby girl. I certainly be- i sons for the ratification of the Spanish
iefve I would have miscarried had it reciprocity treaty, has been completed
unt it-vn for Lydia E. l'inkham's Vege- by Senator Davia. and framed by the i
Tatlv C,:iupound. I had a very easy committee ou foreign reiatioas as its
tuie was sick only a short time. I part of the pending instrument. It
thi ,\,ur ediiaice is a ,mend will be of vast luiportance to tho comn-
mercial intereestp of the United States.
wnitaru i:i the conlilion inll which I -- ---
A'ta- I r.-*, ,ilnil41 it toi,]l as thi. 1 -est a i)h-- Iitn le tirun k-n.a Rtw.
in-I ...i.: for W:Oe!IU "-- MR.. MABYy I'7'! ;: ".A-, Ga., March 31.--James s
LANL.. t ytee, T1nl. Manu-. a y,on- white man living near
this place. wAs probably fatally stabbed 1
wall receiv,,d remarks upon: th, 'o- during a drunken row br Henny Wil- .
litical situation. nams, another white farmer, at Wil- F
Mi- N.Eita Elliott ntertainel a liams' home, and Is now in a critical
nnuber of friEnd at 217 South AI- condition at his home. Williams has
n'i ,-trt ia t night in celebration been arrested and committed to jail to
caf h..r i:t, lbiart.idit. iThe proratiom await the re.nlt of hisvictim's injuries.
eni-i-id-tofi nu-ic, datincin and rr- Anglo.Ainmerlcn High Commission.
fre-hinunt,- and w as greatlyenjoyed. OTTAWA, March Sl1.-In the house of
Mr-. Ad.-lia Brown of F.oat (i ds- commons today Sir Wilfred Laurier !
diin ~tr,.et, who lia- been visiting
friend- and relatives i a Southern made theannouncement that the Anglo. 1
i(hio for the pact six mouths, re- American high commission will meet a fl
turn-d hone yesterday eve-ning ac- a date to be given out, and that possi- '
coupaniied by her three grand biy Ottawa wouid be the scene of the 1
chlidrnii. conference. The premier added that
Attention of t cityuhe hoped in a few days to state the po.
The attention of the city authonr- sItion of the various protocols.
ties is directed to a danger threat-n-
ing pas,-engers along the west side Chlies Cm ,in nile Arrested.
of Palafox street between Chase and S FRANCISCO. March 21.-A police
(ireory. 'l'he large bill-board along- i Fa. sco, March a .-A polie n
side the sidewalk there is apparently raid on the highbinders has resulted a
abut to fall into the street. the arrest of six of the most corrupt
Frank Strausby, who keeps a con- members of the Say Sang association.
fectionery at No. 13'. South Palafox The men in custody are accused of at
street, and who was stricken with least one murder and are suspected of
apoplexy on Sunday last, from which many more. The supposed leader of
he had nearly recovered, had an- the gang is So Ho Tung. who Is charged
other attack of the same malady with five other murders.
iemterday while attending to his'
trusine.ts, and wasi removed to his Rev. John Reid.Jr.. of Great Falls,
home for treatment. Mont., recommended Ely's Cream
Capt. H. Andersen of the Norw(- Balm to me. I can emphasize his
gian bark Elieoer died sudde-nly of statement, "It is a positive cure for
heart disease late yesterday after- catarrh if usetd as directed."-Rev.
iioon while-?superintendinig the nl- Francis W. Poole, Pastor Central
a,:ding of provisions from thl ve.- Pres. Church. Helena, Mont.
--.- pram. The body was prepared After using Ely's Cream. alm six
SI>r burial lby Johlin (. Wood of weekk I believe myself cured of ca-
Noti thup A Wod'- und,'rtakizng par- tarrh. Joseph Stewart,( raud Ave..
lo,- andt thll funer.il will tac'- 1' e ,, Hil,fL.lo, N. Y.
ttn- i.fte-rnro.in. 'I tll- ii -- : a' the!: N r- Til ll.t im doe-s not irritate' or ('Urea "
-'iatc (',1n-i tt,. :e id ,at ti l' No iwe- ios'Zilii Sold by druti ai-t-s it .'i
:;ai -.'ill:iai'-t !::i" r.ha :;ir- tlvin-. ;;t (,t-. or i.:ile-d hby Ely h r'it!-t-i,. 5,
'iit ii ii-t to-dl t it lio;nor of lii \\'arri t, 5: Nf w York.


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RED ROUGH HANDS
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purest and swtwtest for toilet, bath, and
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irritated, iniamned, overworked, or slug-
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hahur.lerer SeateNc.lI tos Deatb.
ST. STEPHKNS, Ala., March 21.-John
Brown, a negro boy about 16 years old.
has been convicted of murder in the
first degree and sentenced to hang
April 27. If he is hanged it will be the
first legal banging in the county.
Brown's crime was the killing of a ne.
Kpro woman at Yellow Pine last year.
Ger. Wheos-r a the Capitol.
WASHINGTON, March 21. General
Wheeler called at the capitol and saw
Speaker Henderson and some of his old
friends, but did not go on the floor. He
will make no decision about taking his
Peat unt-l he has a conference with Seo-
retary Root.
It Saved His leg.
P. A. Danforth. ,of LaGrange. (;a.,
ltTe with a friLihtfuil rinuint svoiro on his


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Proprietor.


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


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dealer or customer can den\.


This fact no


You may form some


idea of our offerings by a glance at our large exclusive

Shirt Waist Window, and they arc cheaper than
heretofore by reason of our Motto: "S1.I. CI:., ANDM)
T RI:I; V INCRI S- I- Ill, EUSINI-s."


New I New
Arrivals: Arrivals:


leg, but writef- tliat Buckl0-i's Arnica'
salve wholly cured it in ten (lav-. Our Centr( Table- are g-ro:aiiitng beneath a roe dly -..lre of th.- New--t
For Ulcer-, Woiulnds. lI'rns. liols, Thin tgs in Laces and Emibroid( rii-.
Pain or Pib s it's the best salve in I EdvifLi aind I n, Hanud Edgii: .nl Insert. n
lhe world. Cureo guaranteed. Only
25c. Sold by W. A. D'Alemberte. Valenucia Lace andl las.rtios.
Drnuggist. .Mach'ine Torchon Edgi:g aind li-. r:ion,


Three Large Stores (erman Toreon El i.ir, Apliriuie ia.md ami Insertion,
T hr e P .... ,'St e3! ";' ( ir*i :1', l e*tl Pi 1 V::'. !V,:i.-
Full of FI'RNITU'RE. The flne-st
ine of Walnut Bedroom Suites ever I), Ioenmnants Htamburz Edg-iwn. -ix yard I, i,.th-. .eN -I, 7.,. to ,o ) at rSoc.
.hown in Pensacola. Pretty, neatly- -
Inished 1900-oak Bedroom Suites at
all prices. Rattan and Cobbler Seat
Rockei!c, big and little, cheap and
high. Look at them.
M. PRYOR'S I
Bargain Furnishing House. One Lot C'ild'5 Dr we-rs, he nne I and tuke., i,- I at "2, 1,...10c pair


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I )n Lot Chiil'*' Ti i nui.n-i (Gown- at ( e-t Mat 1:.
)On I.'- t Child's Trinne-d Skirts at Co(-t !!.ark.
iOn- Lot Mi-'--.' Trimtni-d (Gowns ;it CoI*t Mairk.
One Lot Ladies' Trn nrned Choemis-. worth :.o. ftor...............a.. c e ach
One Lot Ladies' Triunmiie., Cabric 'Ch-mi-e, worth 7.5 for....... ->c each


-i, ne Lot Odds and
In Ladies' Skirts and Gowns to Close Out


Ends
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1KE YOUR OWN DR 8ES

We can supply you with everything from Stylish
. at really moderate prices, to a spool of thread
of pins--whalebones, needles. skirt buildings.
, buttons, and everything else in the notion line
rice you feel you ought to pay. 4


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5, 10 and 1
1-inch Shirt Wais
hired and Stripe
Standard Prints


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it Percales, 8 1-3c yard.
Piques, 15c value 8 1-3c.
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in alt et ..-.ante.i\p fie-iti-a'. o(r ;t I'kLCta .-
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Several smaller dwelti'cr* elaIe n -iwne
YOU. Call at the. )Jc.,,.f-,-ir'. i- l i ,/ an-
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-Mt' i fa ctn irr~r- ::ind I :aler-r,. -

Carriages, Buggies, Wagons and Drays.

LsORepairing Attended to Promptly.=-
30 EAST GARDEN ST. : : : : PENSACOLA. FLA

Roses- -Carnations
Roses--Carnations.


j QO I1 am selling the) p-',''uc of thl I:,,eimont and llighltnD Park Gardens of
\ Monteomery. and Dn t ve ve a,--'irs' rot:ce oan fujr.e-.;: any amonrit of ut Floweri
E, an- IlDesigns wanted! .
Carnations 73c per dozen, Deliverej
irance American Beru-e-, S3.50 to $4.03 per doz,vere
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6 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 1900


A QUESTION OF FINANCE.
out It Really Was flat such a Serious,
Queusto..
Sbe--Wou't It 1we lovely wh-eu %veare
really nIrritiel! I have so tzuany platis.
lie-Yea, Indef-d. dear. I long for the

Sh~e Fl-'rt. thore our wesl'I1n. trip.
Hlle av-, %.tu 4i-iocded about that .r
Khe-w(i. 34,. t first I tbouglit it
would Iw nh'iei to vsiut tomie jiaee near.
tout the iaor-' I ti'nk about it the nmore
I incline vt'i iturtor.
Jl-e.that woiuloille fine.
sbt- Ni-t an awfully expensive trip,
yoju kneiw. I~e uulqd li gone aliczut
t hree IIeI UtLt 1A

she-T*fhvu weLn tgot l' w. e
could Lave a cozy little apartruent, or
po~sibiy a hiouso..
Ilie-A house wouldI,-lee lettr.
She--I think so. WVe culd furnish It
before v-i. lt-ft.
He-T!,;i..tv-culttit,1'.grnat fun. We
might 111 6 up svni.' th~ups in Europto.
She-* Ti'iiL.t couldn't
Gkeed nMort- ksia 1%-ut.o -I-:'tis, .dear.
He- I tij.ualkn)t. SFull it iiould be
nice tee k.-.p iM.i
She i1(! 1t DI [o yoju tia:lk e
could ufieortl t, o .i y.ur s,;ary*'
[it--lil, "). -A" ii i.>"S. You furgi4t. M~y
dear. that I az.i gcoting $1.2tou a y'ear.-

hont a litucetes..

bijle 3 ksi .I Lt:. esaa.d

Hie 0141, k hi:- Lad.
**The horo-lt -. urae Ls"I i


tor lvi craI 41 u ivil 1rnLe it 1g;%-t' a fl-I
low nit-rv 'painafr Ii~ s hands awml
arni.s than vvv4u a spirited l heerse.. What
IS edi is (cu-te ~that:InLI 1Copr..rt(A
entirely with tiw fee-t.--4iiicatgo Pot.
sera toiLead.
"You z-emi.izei~tmr *ouug t'arieler. who
used to Lave ama aLitlitiuot to be 111an -
tar, Jou't u'our'

hU4.ties playing a Ia~i role
now."
oudon't my so: By Gcge. m II
merror thought bv had it iu htnm:**
A le's with an 'Iriole Torn' i' npan
and lt-ads the toloodhounds in the street

A Safe Risk.
Sbe--Are yoiu superstitious?
Re-No- I think not. But WbY 4do
you i~k
SShe- I was going to ge-t you a poc'ket-
knife for a ti.rtbidav Jpresenit. lout izoief
ont tell i%; t ov '-ft -f iny thiiig tsharp
cuts fni'ndshi'j. I
Ilv-4 lb. I'll risk ft. I'm %tjr't To knife
aeeue 13 a woia~iti ncl cut any--f



strong nnan'
Mar:iI;izr 141u d:N '.: I

for a g-ol 1lIiiz %i: skuet, :j.
Athle-tic Appiie~azi-All right. I can
Ira11 dccvki to it i~i Sw a t.-h~i
Tr~ bute.f


More to HI. Advantage.
"I'eikky. I-'ople should lie to help
ODne another."
"Yes., a. but i'd get ur!re pie if
you'd let me helpi t:.s, it.'-- ;hi-ag.a o
I-ecord.
According to the nulcient practice (of
:i(ntal monarchs. the 'lhiniue-..e m pnier-
r rewards those who ilring him ugood
news and punisbes those who bring
Lim Ihad news.
A. P. re- I' i' i:t. ,dit.r o1f t-he
.r"r... I, o 1le,,-to e. )ohin. suffered
r .r a oiun ti r if yHras irni lit i uma-
ti.In in Ii right s-ioulde-r auid -ide.
He t-r-: '"My riulit rinr at timn-s
was etnirely u-el --. I tried Cham-
erlain'- PaIi Hili o. aied was sur-
pri-ed to r receive rt li .f almno.t iimnne-
diately. The P'a]i lialn1 ha1s4 been a
con talnt companil in 'f mine ever
-irue and it rt-vi-r fail-." For tale
tlv Haunalsh Blou.. 1l South Palsfox
-treet.
At '. \' lh'mpnpon'us.


Cratt-.'s ladies' Note Paper. and
Envelopes to match.
Cambridge Linen and Envelopes.
Haurd'i Parchment.
Invitatiou Paper and Envelopes.
Linen Tablets.
FroLt#-d V-lum and Envelopef..
English Note: Satin Wove: Tii--,ue
Paper; Denni-on's Crepe. Etc.. with
a general au--ortment of -t:'ictlery.
C V. I( .MP!-< N.
No. 30 routh Palat,,x Stref-t.
Mlie a"al ic eI. A.Atemon.
There will be ,a regular nmeetin; f
the Pen-;acfla Medical Society at
the Board of Health offlee at
o'clock p. mn.Tueoeay. March 27.
Visiting physiclaue are cordiall'
invited to) attend.
D. W. McMILLAN. M. D.,
President
E. F. BRucE, M. D..
Secretary. 26mt
1) THIll; PURlIC.
I have ju-t r+(-'-ived a tine lot of
all kinds of cand ni-,. and -sil tl.n- atl
very reaaonabie pric-s.
M. M. I arg- .i c ict- Pr pound.
Chocolate !)rops. 2"' cent l 1.
po rit.d.
-ultain 'M ixe "2 pouIld- f,," ""r
"ient-.
All Fat cy Mi- *i C tidy. "* H.-t
,v,.r b ,,t *>.r Iound. Cal! al.d !-#- fo: ., ur-
.-tf.
'I Iv -are fr -Ii and fle i,'* f otli
:t, vinet C. A I, l s .
24j I in



tiny Cas leswe suresior
IV to Babam of Copaiba ,'
b"b and njec-ion ;
I 7Y C aOI48 hoorsthe

IWal9"an BySTALLMRUGtSTS


Rules for Lent.
All the faithful who have com-
pleted their twenty-first year and
who have not begun their sixtieth
year. aid who are not exempted from
the obligation of fasting by sickness,
hard work or other well known rea-
sons. are obliged to fast on all the
da.- of Lent. except Sundays.
On those days but one full meal is
-illowed, wlich should not be taken
before noon.
Custom allows a cup of coffee. tea
or thin chocolate. and a *.mall piece
of bread or a cracker, to be taken in
the ,uorninrg; and in the evening, a
collatim,. not exceeding the fourth
part of an ordinary meal, iA allowed.
At this collation. butter. cheese.
milk, eggs and all kinds of fruit.
fi-h and verstables are allowed.
When the principal meal cannot
without grave inconvenience be
taken at noon. it is permissible to
take the collation in the morning
and the dinner in the evening.
Abstinence from the use of flesh
Is enjoined on all the Wednesdays
and Fridays of Lent and on the Sat-
urday of nEmtber Week and on Holy
Saturday.
The u e of lard i, allowed in cook-
inj.
Fish and ll,-.ht are not allowed at
the same meal, even on Sundays.
Egi'. choee-, milk and butter may
t'e used every day. but abstinence
from all of these ;- recommended on
Good Friday.
Pereonw exem.pted from the obli-
gation of fa ti, are not bound by.
the rest-ricti-tn of u-ing meat buti
once a day on the day- in which the
use of meat i, permitted by di-pen-
sation.
ChildrPn over s-yven year? of ase
are bound by the law of abstinence.
unless et-xcu-ed by sickne-s or other
causes.
Tne pacchal time, in which all
Catholics who have come to the
years of discretion are- bound to re-
ceive holy communion worthily. ex-
tends from the first Sunday of Lent
till Trinity Sunday. inclusive. Chil-
dren ovtr seven years of age are
bound by the precept of annual con-
fession. Pastors and parents should
see that the children comply with
this duty.
The holy season of Lent is a time
of prayer, of sorrow for sin, of seclu-!
sion from the world and itA amuse-
ments, and of gene-rous almsgiving
By a special indult granted t) the
b.:hops of the United States for ten
years. dating from March 15, 1896
working people, who cannot easily
observe the common law of the
church, are dispensed from the ob-
ligzation -of abstinence on all days of
the year except Fridays, Ash
Wedne-day. Holy Week and Christ-
mas Eve. This dispensation does
not exempt from the additional ob-,
ligation of fasting, where such ex-
I-t. ntor does it authorize the use -"f
fish and f i-h at th- samte meal. It
incltid,-. however, not only thn! indi-
vidual workmen in whose favor it is
granted. but all th mniembers of their
familie-* as wt-il. It: return it is ex-
pected that tho-e who avail them-
:-elves of this intdult will endeavor to
ent.-r ito tthe- spirit of the holy sea-
son of Lent by voluntary acts of mor-
tifle.ition. penance and allnsgiving. A
most pr:iii-wwrthy cu ton is that of
abstaitiing during:: Lent from -timu-
lants. in honor of the sacred thlirvt, f
our divine Savior.
Th(s, who oritertaii. any rE1Ison;i-
ble d-ubt about their obligattlon to
fast or abstain. ought to apply to
their pastor or confesnor for advice.
EDWAIRD P. ALI.EN.
Ilishop of Mlit,.
Mobile, Ala February lN1. liti.


To Iferea.Ae0. Its Capital.
JACKSOX. MISs. March 21. -The stock.
holders of the Alabama and Vicksburg
division of the Queen and Oresoent road,
at a meeting here decided to make an
iaaleaee of $3 .000 in the capital stock,
whikh will be divided among the share.
hole an proportion to their previous
boldiage. Toe original capital stock
was 7,00.00o.
"I think I would go crazy with
pain were it not fir ('hambtrlain'.
Pain Balm." write- Mr. W H. Sta-
plh-ton, Hermninie. Pa. "I have be,-n
-fflicted with rtcnuin:ati-mn orsev.-ral
years and have t ie-d re-mindies with-
out number. but Pain Balni is the
beAt medicine I have got hold of."
One application r-lieves the pain.
For sale by Hannah Bros.. 21 8. Pal-
afox street.


l.EGlI And lDleg 'ea to the County Conven
tion at Powelion, April 14.
Following are the candidates for
the legislature and the list of delW-


zates to the county democratic con-
vention at Powelton. April 14, en-
dnrsed by the Workingmen's Demo-
Fmo the< I.-gi.-latnre.
C. Morento Jone-s,.
H. C. C:ipton.
IIlegtat'+, to County C'onven ion.
Pr-eict 1-'-H. H. Wir-ke. F. IR.
Pou. R. A. Cr0-dlie. \nWm. Carnmz-
ch-il-. Tho-. 0.. Riv< r-.
Prrrciict 1--J. F. I. Ltui, Ar-
thur J. in-o,". J. '. Av-ry. J. Whit-
i.g Hargias. .I. L Sw-,ne-y.
Precinct It- -u' -E:te-'n. J. F.
Raar-, A. i. Z -t-w, H. (G. DtSilva.
.Ja. ''lirien.
Pr,-cinet l-Thl,. John-on. John
I.. Jt..-, F. E. (Com nyt:.s. \V A.
Dui,!.ha!., 11. A. \Vatet t-. ;4mn-tf
Try Tnii: N.w-. Wa:t Clumini: it
wiil pay you.

Furniture on Credit
.Me.-t [t, -.:tt.fuil li:rc f '-i le,,-4r1t-
,vr.- ,,w :i i;, th! t it \\;*rd...!>i -
with il:-- i.>oer~ i.f -v-ry d' 's rip-
tion. from th.- cl n;!-;, t to the fine-t.
IHoll-to;' s*-cre-t:iry c(a-,- -le intly
tin-lihed, a tine li '.i f cf i.l clo,-*t-.
and e~v'r'ythtinn: .**i.t iilt'l in *i fir-t-
cla. fnrni'ir -:ore t Ht M. P'rvor'-
Barir.ii:i FIurniitLr, Hli u-e.

Com/orta ble mattresses,
pillows, etc.. to go with your
new furniture. You can
buy the whole outfit from
,arston 6 Finch.


3') Pairs Ladies' Vici Kid Spring.


HIeel Button and Lace Shi
for only





$1.25.
REGULAR PRICE $20





Don't Misi


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


Men's Genuine Calf Tan'Lace
Sewed Welt for only


$2.50.


REGULAR PRICE iz3 5ii


All High Cut Shoes ini Tuesday, March 20.
Men's, Ladies', Misses' Matie Widnsday, F'riday, Salurday.
Children's at reduced
prices .... .alwi:-M lviii Co


t Walter S. Baldmin Msaager.
A Special S 'i- I 1Ailice!S A ,A
A l1 #*l;.!--t. i PRI1 .A, A8 A8AWA'A-.
jvI aLJJi. ... an .i .-~ f~


Matinpio. If and 21) centa.
Night, 10. 20 and 30 cents.
I


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WEEKLY flCHEDULE
FOR STEAM DIVISION
SPENSAOOLA ELECT'NICTERMINAI
RAILWAY COMPANY.
Trains leave Pensacola for she Little
Bayou, Palmetto Beach. Warrington, Navy
Yard and Fort Barrancas at
S6;W. a. m.arrive at Fort Barraneas 7:16a.m
S0l:u0oa. m. arrive at Fort Barrancas 10.46a.m
1:00 p.m. arrive at Fort Barranoae 1:46 p m
'0. 8:30 p. m. arriveat Fort Barrancas 4:15 p m
6:lp. arrive at Fort Iarranoas 7:10tp m
%:00 p m. arrive at Fort Barrauoas 8:46 p.m
Trains leave Fort Barranosa for Pena-
eola at
7: 1)a. m. arriveeat Pensacola...-. :lI5a.Bw
1I1:00 p. m. arrive at Pensacola......... 11:46 p.m I
2:0 p. m. arrive at Pensaeola........ 2:46 p.m
500 p m arrive at Pprensacola 7.45 p mn
7:00 p. m. arrive at Pensacola......... 7:46p m
3 It. S:4. m.arrive at Pensacola......... O p.-m
St~nrdiTvq ooy.
In effect Ieo. lit. I 0.
SUNDAY *eCHoDrI1.
Leave Penq oola. Lv Fort Barranos.,
9 c 10 a. m.
11a. m. Is m..
1p.m. 2p.m.
Hand p.m sp.m.
6 p.m 6pm.
5 p.m. p.m.
Sp.m. T p.m.
PAR fI OR W KK DAYti.
Psnqaeo!a to F"ort arrancac and return 4.5
'-naxaiola to Navy Yard and re-turn ... .8c
Pensacola to Palmetto Beach and return 15.c
FPARSK rFc CU1DAY
fensacola to art larranoas Navy
Sard and return.... ..... ... .... s
I Penania to PaJletto ieaotb and
t rt ..._... ..... ......... 15


No reiqbt rrvolvd ltt*Pr 8;15 P. M.


Don't Los< Ti'no an.-l geo Ab hit
Prici:'n We Still I-,d i- "i L,,w-
e-t PriK S!;o. lo, -- 1:, t t 'ivy.


VIDAL & SMITH,


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THE CHRSAN 4K/"0fetin BREWING CO.
Capacari CINCIINNATI. US-A. ,




LEWIS BEAR & CO., Wholesale Dealers. Pen neola
Sole Agents !or Celebrated YELLOW LAB.:

-i, ..t ., MW... Coffee! Coffee!: !4 other Bigh-Grade Whiskies. -
RossvimLT.. Ga.. March 21.-It is said If'e call the attention of PROPRIETORS OF THE OFFCE SALOON.
#ht ,,%-. papir X., v.' wn. nVL' ille. ....o


tiat t e 'aric vvoo, en"-ius tompanv
will at an early d.ay erect a fabric mill
here for nti'tzing tho prid'at of their
woolen mill and thw co:ton mi.1 to be
erected in t: r* it: la;fere texi tarl. the
erection cf ,nich latter p'ant snow a&-
sured.
To K.ntr'nln A.l r'r.lrl 1)* w y.
MEXPIni. March 20. Preparations
on a great seale are bsinq made for the
reception and envertainmens of Admi-
ral and Mrs. Dewey. who will visit
Memphis on May 7.
Sir RIadn Deouglas Dead.
LosNox. Maroh 10. Sir Edmuad
Doulas Veitoh FBae. envoy exraor-
dinaky and miaisUr pleaipotentiary to
the obvrt of Oopenbhapu, is dead.



Io GUGENHE IM'
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the general public to fhe
fact that we have one of F. c. KREN'T. L..w.. i kNowis'l-. K. l R. Jn:. -
the best equipped Roasters. .
in the South, and that we S
,can furnish this delicious 1
beverage at prices that 1at io a l Ba ik
defy competition. If e also
wish to remind you that our OF PENSACOLA. FLA.
Coffees are always fresh
from the Roaster. While lxxao.on ,.
others are old andl havelost WM.H. KNOWLES, W.A. BLOUNT. W.C. BRENT. W. K FV t. i


their aroma, ours is fresh!
and delicious.
N' ew Orleans Grocery Co.,
JAS. Ma'HUGH,
Phone 105. Proprietor.

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

SUBSBCRIE



TE 1DAILYT NI W

Only Ten Cents Per Wc(k.
N E -

, OPERA HOUSE.

ONE WEEK'


D. 0. BRENT,


Ma a Duth ug Dgt ;.

W'"We draw our own Bills of Fxchanre on Oreat B.r'vu.-
Germany, France. Austria, Itaiy. HolLand, Mpain. Bellin:n. t.I. 1
way, Swedeu. Denmark and other K ir.- #an countries .
lV"Ve-mei Diabnrsed upon tne M,-.s vifavorable Trr-. '
Obligations Taken Payable at Port of Dematnasion Ten or F''. 1F
aft(r Vessei A!rIves there

W'Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent in Conn.:tin-
with whion we have a Private Apartument for thm Use
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Coal and Wood.


Telephone No. 147.


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THE ORIGTW&AL -


3T. LOUIS


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BEER.


i J. VIDAh, SoleWholesaler..

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Pail Jones ail Echo Sprini e Cele ratte
PHON TRY I ITTLE OF CELERY TONIC.
PHONE 184. : : : : P EB)X (5)
* DJUG & FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED
Free Delivery to Any Part of the City.
S BWAll orders left at The Offee. Vidal A mitb., will to e"'-- ?
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11 9 6 To be (iiven Hy
I9 HOPE LODGE, No. 2571.


-Iniportori and lDealers in-


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Chinese and Japanese Monday. April 16, 1900.


*--Fancy Goods,=*
FINE CHINA TEAS.
No. 31t south Palaf-xz Street,


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Grist and Corn Meall Mils,
M. F. GONZAsEZ & CO.. Pr-, s,

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Mtewik ,-(i from t'. tmIai.- M. N;ft-tr.--.
for by so dr,:ng you firnl-afu z- iLr-,.- >rd:e -
try. Yur uitir.e*y sI l. ft i t,(- ,.,,rn aiun .tv
andr y;tu in turn are lindir- c'Iy .v:: -d.
In foIterinz the It.om m,: ITeft':ror you
co)ntr:itute to tWe cau .e of l tr. You owe.
it to thecommunity in wbch you live and
which contributes to your support.


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Send N,'me, .nd Address To-day---You Can
Ha:vc It Fr'e :l nd e b Stronrg and
Vigorous for Life.


BUYING AMERICAN GOODS.
Seuth Afrleas Minors Place Orders
For W'w 3lsechtnerly.
Hot -HTo.% Mich March 21.-Iead-
lag mine managers and engineers from
the Transvaal who have visited the cop-
per astrict since the tegnning of the
Boer war regard the destruction of min-
ing plants in the Transvaai as perfectly
probable.
Mine managarh are here to place or-
dera for new equipment immediately
after the destruction of the old ma-
chinery. One Johaunes burg mine man-
ager now here has fu.l plans and speoi-
ficataona for a new piant, which will
cost about $1.000.C00. Leading Ameri-
can machine manluactnurers have made
conditional bids ou probably S.O,O00,000
worth of new mining machinery for
South African gold mines.
Plead Gutlty to Comepiracy.
SAVAN AH. March 21.-D. A. Tyson
and all the men save one who have
been on trial with him in the United
States court charged with conspiracy,
have plead guilty as charged in she in-
dictment. I. A. Wilkes would not
plead gilsy and was released as the
evidence was not strong against hun.
Judge Emory Speer wi sentence the
defendata soon. The case has been on
triai two weeks.
Poldiler Home at Hot Springs.
WASHINGTON. March 21.-Represen-
tatave Little of Arkanasm has introduced
a bill appropriating 3,00O000 for a sol-
diers' hospital at Hot Springs, Ark..
to which shas. be admitted soldiers of
all tihe wars in the United States, in-
c.uding the Spanish war. where the
treatment of diseases for which the wa-
teri are eflicacicus wxil be good.


HAPPY


HOME.


L. WV. K N APP, M. 1).
11-A ~ :ti' iw it fiitiqv (III; ki' cur., ut''ir oiii;)t*.l y ritecvtltme tip. 1 0ti111 8
a t r ye~aIsi~ 'f 1111 'tiav I rom si-x u.%I %"aL- vuirwifti q .4W11-11 it 114)v Itud 3()U catuu't
t nit'!eutargo -'iteti 1uvak c'i''an -) f ull i'nSi~r:-) 'our ti-ilmiit,1 vrk,.d fictiti-
si' uiid vtigor. S iimpph, % id yc 'u r itdrn'atid full%. ii- nt-, Were'P(ciqtly what, I n#-Pit#il.
w i lre- to l1'r. L. %W knitpt. :2273 IHullt -,fienilt Iand vigo'r have.'comple~telyV rs
l~im;,iug, PIntroit:.M -ic.. H itItihi.will turnit-1ui ad eztlurtge-ment I,.entirely sati--
iI d~l y %ud theu.Afree receipt Withiifull di rec- factory.
to1- o 1.tiim iv riiman may e'-u.i ivcure hnt I iar ,Ai r:-) o0 rs %%n-4 receitvedtand I hadl
--if it at ii n. 1Th is. ikcertaitnly t. ifeit geti- n~ito i uii.t ia n..L. ii g ii" of(d the re-ceipt as
Piouboff.-r and thle' to!lov i ui_ e-t rActs: taken di recteCd alil cintn rut Wilt'y '.iuy it Is' a booni
fit InII III, daliv luail thho% 61p1. hat n tihink to wevuk lm-ii. I mtin grveatily impicived iii
4)t 111%,~eicritV size. .4Lrt-nith tiand v igor."
I 1ear tr ir : -N'enac' fl ept tmy iine'.re All cc irie--tuinolcnce' i-st~triet ly conffldef-
thiat.ks for you r% of rfceiu 1dute. I have t tal. mail id iin plnt it saled en % -lope. TI 0,
c ivi-it your treatmiecnt a t horioutgh te~t motu tecciptj I- reec for I ht- aikliig and hit waititb
Uth henent tins becen ex trao~rdtinary. It lia, every Man to have it.


Admiral Dawey Is I.I A (heeky luaines.
SAVANNAH. Ga.. March 21.-Admiral "We fundml the other day," says a
Dewey is still confined to his room by (Boston io'tel clerk, "that there was a
illness, and a part of the celebration o'(ml1ny1 lth "ingt Iusitiess here in theI
program in his honor has been di&. ( 1'ity. 'c(ui'still.: of ive 1t-en, who had
peaked with. He hopes to be able ito made their hl:itlduarters lu our billiard
reviewthe militray parade an banquet. room for s months. All their mail
General Nelson A. Miles and party was delivered there.. They met their
have arrived, coming from Port Royal customers thern. They sent their mes-
Itages and their telegrams from there.
Coatracted or r teel Bridges. Andneaver a cent of revenue to us. 1
KwoxviLl.E, March 21.-General Man- call thUit tie. must expansive gall up to
ager J. B. Newton of the Atanta. Knoxville and Northern railroad hab thing anul told tleIN t, get out they
returned home from the east. He an. 'unanliiitusly agri.ndl to hurt the. hotel
nounced that while away be contracted n all thtry for sttel bridges to b- erectedi over all gratitude for hatt thiy reri',ceiled."
streams on this road. The work will- -. --
beogin at an early dty'. T'he. uee.0. shilling a Bad One.
c ,, .. f thi ,, ,.it" i, iri'tl ivlun-


Am n-rwar e WVrship .A*nt to C'binn.
y:i.iui. March 21.-An ol:ciai agency
gives out a Waihington dispatch saying
that toe Ampercan warship sent to Taka
is intended to participate in an evezttul
joint naval demonstration should China
persist in her refusal to suppress the
hostility in her provinces toward for-
eign missionaries.
A I.ITTLE KNOWN I'" '<.
'Tl.it the Ii majority ol .crit d(i--
*a-S1 ori1'gi na't- in i -i-rlrdtl'r of tlt,
; id hiy Jle"'s Kidi:y CurI i-
eztiaratit-eed. 'I rv I t,-tiday if yii jare
n.It feelit,; w-1. '\V. "A. D'Alcii-
b r-e.


tI erI' rc i ',.1 :, q(llut l' shilling on his
on'lri tini' n- cn. t l,,ba' It of thm pre-
sIi ld I.is .. ..lliln to hIs i;:n t f<,( w ho
I,,,'. 't to ;k .i'(w, lIr to )1 i To.ntelvI .is
n Iron, '' Shl 1.: just hrn startled
1-y tl. nTvhs that the slhillling is it bad
.%". u! i t ,li: v'inI ., a corre-
Fe l':'!;- lt :s r' it-.. i' il'ier iined t to
wv ar th,! I r', :i :- I rind Ih'r of the
Ilta TV e 'f in'i :nA' i A l i. l the min an-
rxw 's 4.1' "t :'.ti,':i. ].,i;hl,,n ('hronirl,-.
I- 0 >:ni y li ; 1 Is-e. v:aiuabl-
JL im:" i:l .iexpernilt itr, with
," ~;~~,. ", d r -. I el -, l il,, h
t ,k ,eA s Houey and Tar before it i-
t LATC. W. I D'Alemblertp.


t- i'.w 'if I *oMld IiiiIwairrd.
C -;T .Marc., 21l.-In in traducing
the 1u1t-t toiay tI,"tfnaucial member
(if tbc : counc.l. C.i-ton D~swkins.
I~ t.i- emy~rtinuzs fli)w of goid
ai~t..w~lri: Ii: lint'l bf'e'n e-
V-'r :*: Ini r ;.te o(f entity, h.-
'I,!,; utun. v in aid gtuck to ti

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jont.: n Sunl:I oL nl

j :' I:. lialus(If the children
I:.ti IFft-( ;oEd'tIf., ,4,Ye itLiut go-
InI 'it In %.,.I, ialnr. are yt-?
1:4.11 rttr- I iL tetIk-ll tol, but of
J %-..1 cd italer III ntienficiltioli
1': lujrixit-AVIv y dllt I keep Umy
ta 'l .ecth i-i t1 t That teller umUS
lIt! ti .-J~jsiatv Jo.urnnal.
A Bit of the Colonial.
l~z'hI'] v's ti Mrcy imadly, but It
%%as *''.av.i1nee they were colo-
x11:&1. to Iw e. try quinilt about It.
V: It thou ce..*ne anld hake lily
;. il ':sked Ezekziel accordingly.
N. roepjlfed Mercy, with candor,
*'tr !r I -hall not need thy dough!"
Pro ,ye hts 'e gather that Merey Nva
S'I.--ni-v-ht rich in her vwn.f right. -D

Toake. on the Color.
li jL-aiit -'tiere is %"au thing about a
c iii-Awtl ftW:tt is tha-t?
ll.tnr~-itturns .:reen liefoor It goes.

DAILY MARKET REPORTS.
C OTTON.
Nqgw Yonti 1iarcti .'i OPKTE CLOG11
January.........7 ....7.94
kieru144* .... 71#4
3nrcri..5.............E j 9.4:J
June 4Ss1 .... IV 41
bau1uy. ......... ........ V 1.7 ... 4
t~tJ U er !4it:4 .... 8u
%ovc; ni'er.. ........f_7
O.P ~ f! 1 41 .... 14 7
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GCtlA riAID PRVISOvr~N&
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exports V'. Ftain firtua ad uuchairWN!.
rw.elpts MUiIU, sales b331. epzprts 157.
1 u- i rep; tir %-?!lur -aW.c -Sand
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S. A. FRIEI MAN, Prop.
AGENTS FOR


High-Grade


Liquors.


SI [VEN 1P.1100K, l'IUVATH STOCK i Hix IAIU1N Sol 1'. XTA-Ff.
V ElI,1' FINE: II DM 'S c-:Li-;RA : ; 1)OLD PR'-VAT-lE
S'(P'IZ.12 YJ-AR.A 0l1,); (ILl) hlTA{ vF:[vE I. r
'I *.YS 'ET~1-I '1INOF PURlITY. ANDI
IAIT(~s OF 0-HE uotRNDM s 'H1(1iti
SPACE WILL ANOT 111,10111


Wtin,!-foir Fam iyls.
THE JUG TRADE IS OUR MKAIN SPECIALTY.
&J'Al-IQ z-v.~eit ffl c-I iF n ii-u-; m;!wwi!A P-e r. Fe-T u~
r.to every I'art *Ctif t i, cty


P. 0. ,ox 41".


Delmo


i'l'ENSAC(.I1A.X. LA.


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TIME TABLE.
LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE R ATTRTOAD.
i.N iKiFEcr JANUARY ':. o. 1M
12:t~ 1) In! Ypt 4:1-, P ~~h ri .~ I. II n3 1
.:p In :,Z:. 11111t Artivv'Fe tir't Ar,.v- 2'1..1)plt 2 ft aIII
P122p3it ;i: ais II AtI rtv.* ..Molt. It- Arri~ie... 2 ..' ti'11fg1.1' i ti
'A 1 111 7:1-tia fit A r!iv.- No'w iqeri, ai A r-ivi- a Ilk tm7: C. p it
SP III 1.. 1 aFit Arr I-: Mv,Ncntizonita.r1 Arriv.. I:" a ii M tP II
4a Ini 7:!4-p III A r % Nks-fivii,- Arrmve 2. aii ~ Eiki isit
122i.n :.:91 ailk Ut A rr. % LouIA I :I. A r.- ~ pi vt- 1.: P.'-7 a nII
4 v 7 :-6a III A it' ntoruI n fw I 4-tv 5: -- t III i EP in
BETWEEN PENSACOLA& AND JACKSONVILLE.
N ro Nei
I Is I v.h t 7:''' I II P Psc l'Pitt .01ItPPM
i25 tflt 7::r, a -I. Milt-in to III P ni
4 ii" i.:21;1it III ),-Fuzuisk Spring% .c p III 4P) p at
6:10)taNJ a III''.J.ij (n ~ lupe-y p tit 1I 5~7 P ii
7 :141 a it II .l:)ft ilk Marlaitt a I,-L)plt 1-116 i n~lu
'.Ij 8ai111 1:.1:16noon Itiv'r J unct ion ,:.'IPtit pii I :,M) a M
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0-PROPRIETOR OFo
CRONIESS S7[LOO0N
0-DEALER IN-o

'Imported and Dlomestic Wines, Li~uors and Cigars,
JUG TRADE A IS LP --1; 11A T-Y.
Corner Belmont and Devil1ierlt StR. PENSACOIJA. FLA


McMillan Bros. Co.

S'Coppersmiths,

General Metal Workers..
4 U .Maoofacturers of ard Headqrrters fbr t:e

Celebrated McMillan Seamless Turpentine Still.
Cm aft it aifwis up bta, iia ruPu fto In b t cMst. |
MOBILE, ALA.


LLIlAOR


THBE-


SALOON,


:;-5OPPOSITE UNION DEPOT.M4

W. C. NORMAN, Proprietor.


Telephone No. 46.


-*-THE CHOICEST AND MOST POPULAR BRANDS OF-


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


SOLE AGENTS FOR


PENNL[ANI) RYaE WHISKY,
BIWOKIIILL SOUlt MASH,
Y'ELI~t WSTONF ~RYN WHISKY,
DAIRY MAlID WHTr4KY.
ATILANTA BREAVING O (MPANY M
CELEBRATED BEER-K .4i.%. IyjrTLES~.s


H. H. WICGKE.

Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter,
No. 6 South Palafox Street,
All Kinds oL Plumbing and OGia Fittingi Materials Kept 3n Hand


ItLEPHOKV X26


SO METHING NIEW

-'EVERY DAYi-


HALL & KLEIN'S


Mammoth Retail Grocery,
502-504 SOUTH PALAFOX ST-,
Teololhon. 308.
gg-P Patroin-, Nw and ()l1., ;ire C,'rdiilly Invii-d t, \'i-it and rin-p,.ct
their Ill1l1IL* Stock.


A. M. AVERY,


io otelandRestaurantIMPORTER AND JOBBER OF

ALL ORDERS SERVED ON SHORT NOTICE iron, Nals, Axes, Shovels, Saw Mill and Steamboat Supplies, Cooking
AT ANY TIME AT REASONABLE PRICES. and Heating Stoves, Paint, Oils and Window Glas,
, Rooms for Rent by the Day, leek or Month. Agate and Tinware and Housefurnlshlag Oo si.
311, 312 lortb Tarraia Stret, Ipposite Uin s iepot. uns, Pistols and Fishing Tackle.
0-Telephone 68.---0 AGENT for Birmingham Rolling Mills Company, Revere Glant
----4GEO. WILSON & 00C.,.-- Stitched Belting, Northampton Emery Wheel Company, Laftin & Band
on't Forget to Stop With the Fat Man. Powder Company, Johnson's Kalsomaue, Iron King. ad Back's Stores
Don't Forett otop Wih *e F Mn. and Ranges, Wm. Coups Co.'s Raw Hide Lase Leather, Masury' B4ady"y
FRElH lEGTABILBES E.'Vi'l DIl0 1, KOLlE All RETtll. ad Rail roa coor,.


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 1900.


DEMANDS


AN INVESTIGATION

Alukan Land Orants to Be
Inquired Into.

BILL LAID BEFORE SENATE

Author .o the Meauore Charges That
Privileges Have Beem Granted a a-.
wevrd Few &ad Asks the War Dr.
mst fero liformatioa.
WasUnrMroN, March 1l.-Soon after
se masate omvened Mr. Turner of
Washlagton offered a reeoation direct-
ing the secetary of war to inform the
sWas whether any cosesesions to exca-
Vste ia the vicinity of O1pe Nome.
Alaska, or in other western waters,
have been made to any idivilt al or
corporation or assoooistio by the secre-
tary of war or any other war depart-
ot offcta, if to, upoa what author-
ity If ay. such grant was made.
Is response to an iquiry as to the in.
fsrimstos which had prompted the res-
olutom. Mr. Turner sa:d be had been
itformed by the governor of Alaska,
who was now in the city. that the war
Department had granted exclusive rights
to certain pereo:ns to mine the bed of
the sea near Cape Nome. "If this is
true." he saiJ, *it is a shame, a re-
proach and a scandai ,'
The riu.aution w4* a.r-eei to.
Mr. Peti,:.rew uoffeird and snrureui
the paasagt of a r.so.ur:,,. dirt-c:tin
be secr..ar v u; war to iutorii t-. ?ea-
ate what were mte uaiticat:ans of vo
tore in the avrrot.bing elie::on ain
Oaba. who prescribed tihe dtionou.ie, tla
purpose of the e.ocai-n aULL wo wouid
take charge of it
Mr. lrale ca.:ed u the measeor m k-
iag appropriatiacu to siopiy ad iitional
urgest deianucies. Tiae commitiei
amendment thereto woa agreed to) and
the bill wasm pased wirbout comment.
A bill to aotnorane one judges of the
disrios t corm of the United States to
appotat stenograph*c reporters and de-
l -ise the du tie as to compensation
of eanh reurere was passed. The bili
prondes lor the appointment of 90
ot reporter@ in the United Stares at .
a salary of P.000 eaob. extra pay being
provided for estra manasaripts of court :
Iraedla essupplied.
T e bill to provlJe a civil code for (he
Di. rtct of Alaska was then tsea up for '
eeeideyrtjoa.


PURCHASE OF LOUISIANA.
Cheese Takes t*ps Looking to Proper
1.)VrIatto u .f tb* Orcmiosa.
WAMIIlOTO%. March 21.-Wben the
bose met Mr Dala;ei of Penasylvanta.
trom the comf.fittee on rules. presented
a report: from that ommitree for the
appointment of a special committee to
oaesider all proposed legislation rela-
tive to the crlebratsic of the uoe hbn-
dredth anniversary of ths purchase of
the Louisia territory at St. Louts in
190u. The spouker appointed the fol-
lowing committee: Mesrs. Tawner,
Maneeo:a; Steele, Inaisus; Sherman.
New York; Joy. Missour'; Gorlie.
Michigan; Burke. South DAkota, B1-
pubicans; and Messr. Williams. Mis-
tselippi; Bartlett. Georgia, nd Oiy of
Virgiia. Democrats.
The house then resumed the consid-
arausio of the Laud bill relating to eo-
ondeles mail matter Mr. Bronweil of
Ohio was the tirst epeakor. lie advo-
eated the paaage of tne bilL
Reported to the Seate.
WasnuvrOTo., March 21.-The senate
committee on pensions has reported f*.
virably upoa tue bill Introduced by
eeastor Platt of New York. giving
reference to so'dters of the civil war to
.issitaon lan the civil pervio of the go.-
arnmeat. Tue committee reuommonds
an amendutint. in,ading soidiers of
the Spanibh war and war in the Palilip.
pines.
GOV. CANDLES ON TRUSTS.
.He Bellevaj Ib'y Are Ijuerlous to
seh Country.
ATLawTr. March l1.-Governor Caad-
ler of Geor;it. in his testimony before
the industrial oommissios. stated that
he baieves ira-u, are injurious to the
best interest t4f the country. ladivid-
gal oorportions are not dangerous In
their individual capacity; iat s whea
tuey pool tseir interests that they be.
come harmak
**They rasse prime and build up oo-
loeal foramies that are not good for the
peepl. They build up the two *z-
utrmes of society and deetroy the great
wdla class that ha been so largely
repmeaoble for the progress of this
oastry."
Trues Has B ee Deelared.
ATLAT.IC CITT. March Il.-Andrew
Oaraegie. Henry Phipps,. Henry More-
land D. E Lovejoy and Charles M.
Schwab are here and they are ooaematly
is one another's company. Mr. Paippk.
Mr. Moreland and Mr. Lovoejoy, *usoe
the Oarag;e- F rick lltigatioans. bave bee
supoeed to be on the side of Frtlot. It
Is reworeed that a trooe has beea essab-
llhbed between Carnegie and Frick.
t4*-y or a *n.
n., t be hound I til and f a t fulr
'-'pt'i l v 't, (K a. li- t ,i-,'*-P I- t 'i-
'.-* 'i:l ,, l.tvry. ti orr D .
W i\V lli"nin ,f M-; cii'!|..:e M i .I..
v il(.-i- 'l :s *- W11t-* 1: !1
tr *. 11 w; <: **M y w i; t '* ::
-, i .':ple-s- f.r five y :ar- th .T !.<
c-.nld to t n.' over ini bh'd al,,le
.\1f:-t r irta-. two i .,t:l, of lJ<-.tr:a.
li;';t-r-. -hli id w,;J-rlt, lly ii.;'1 *, ',i,,
I; I a!e d-. .. r own wrk." 1 ii-
-t.pri-lliv- re t;' !y ff r If it *I- quickly c rur-- n : voti- *---. -i.",' .----
i @*. mt liai(ch< .ly. d.wm- ^". lI.. '-
:*"he. fui,.t:t : .<1 d' 1 :,/ -;,'.-A T i :,
!nira4tlf wsoI ki:;ni Ined ia it : -.,, -
-'nid ,o we.:k. -ickly. run ,w:, ..
;,l|. Ev- 'r\ bottle g.na-d.t-t ,. 4):.1.
"O1 -nt-. .li by \V. A. bD A 2:,

.Voth/in s, S set.I' ofr a ho s /
as handfsom"n,, furniture.
.AIarston 4 Finch hare an
iim en ve stockfor Iyou to se-
lect from ahI they will sell
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AWEITI=E vCG.
A I. For the next 30 days A. J. Wat-
t *kins will order ornamental wire
A vfn, fencing at such low prices it will
It bk An2!a 4car. ,e..l., Bartto. Liver- surprise everybody. You can have
pool toorder. with 4Va tons salt as ballast any kind, from 2 feet to 4 feet high;
Am P~ k'nas DOla. ltaw, Immous. Galves- or you can get the best and cheapest
ton to oulf Transit t.o iron fencing of all kinds. When
you desire fencing of any kind done
AT orARAWTIKn-. leave your order at Win. Johnon &
Nor lhk Louiii. 1li Loreat-en. London. to So'803 for uie and i u will save
ousatcuas Lumber t-'R d work. A. J. WATKIN .
TIHlE S^HIPtIS.*. l;imim.


y~ii~ls JN PORI
_-an frn -r.-t.-, Ih%'. a~rmccheba. lto W
kzr HiV!1aa.imnt. !;1,va Johli-stoii. to i.'ensa-
coisi. I~u anii,-:- k -
lr halaopa, 1 .1.U-urgcs, tIo Pensacola
Luiinty.,- tC
wr Tror'pn. I117.j. !"t. w:! I tc 4,vu IV Tri ii. a Co
Br Usl a t~I. t..u,.a ran

(-~ ol 'unrr~us. 17!?. Durcuman. to NV L
Wi ft ch &cq 4)
Nor llatrisr,:b. h alversten, Zo It 11
SARNK .
('er iten-li i .n7#'-' Iiiz. to BOOare,
1) anwtedv & Co-
it Kr-.atl.- ,-1~1, Cos~ta. to Ba~irs. D[un-
lo. ca l'i t .r-i -..F .i. t I ift 3 -ILr
Str(or .tworliaa.Ii. nv r'.to ordsr
Swfal Dim. %%*i i17. i.u i.drsr. to I t1oardt-r
.Nfpr Ei.-?ir. A. ArC*refn. to.4 fi.'r
Nor I 'r. g za '4'-A -,. .incl."to orde-r
Not .'!*n. tootr-.: to~rtler
Norl i .-iat' i .A. w': --.-i to A' s Ktviycr A
N.'r I ndi s. .C .--i suit Nav~al
-itor -#. CO
~~~~a :p ~~~.to 1 or',


Elegant bed room sets, or
cheap ones, whichever you
want, at AMarston 4. Finch's.


Sam


Jones


-AT THE-


TL5IIDA m mUTA UlO,


DeFnuiak Spr;;rs, Flrida,


Saturday, March 24th.


N~or .r.. ....Joh:n'on. to Bahars. 4'7 J
L)unat,Vdr 4*I4 f
~,Nit r iwti,6. *647., H ctri,.WsS Key-w
-r t-eo hon-,. t or: Of the S'ascn.
N4.r P'vi tI t, 1.4-;.t.LaoiiiW Ke~y sr

N. r -ia-4.1. 4j. tilauau to ri-tett~m..aI.oi.luvk -
Ku TouVer%. 17. at-w.to Bumar,. A Day of Delight !
I ou11%,ikal V & kC"'
to liasar',Ihit-:Everybody Co
A-u Vvdund'i. i'.Ecke-rt t3 KE i- un-
dotarp Ca't
It Vt-no-zisn.A-k4. Fartari. toltitarm. Dun-
wo~ly a Cu
1; WG S.


0io


Dme.


O*r Elly. 47 Manes. .o order A Ful ani perb Prfiraell :
SC"U-ON N 2H1H.
oteAm Donna &lChrAtna, 13. Axelen, to :11:30 a. m.-James V. Fair, I). D.,
.Am 1.1a A avlies. 3S5. Henson, to master Georgia's Popular Orator. Donna
Am HJialmar..4. Ax.r-Ion. to master Adair. the Sweet Soprano.
Rr Iserrta. 184, Sas age, to Jbohn A Mer-
r.rtt H n in23p..-Rogers' Orchestra,
'Hunting Scene.
p CLIEAUNgD. I % a) tAILK KDFOR PK. 3:00 p. m.-Rev. Sam. P Jones,
'A( 1LA "Get There and Stay There."
SmT r--,w"- 7:00 p. m.-Grand Concert, The
:..,.rvan. Nor. .id Manchiot.-r March 7 Davenport Quartet. Donna Adair,
V.ronma. i, ..I, ntubr.tdae, tiamburg Soloist. Chorus of Entire Assembly
Huddersflcald. Hr.*wl. at Harry. Jan .0 talent under Prof. Frank rtayt-)n
mirundo. Nor. sdI;. 4in. Antwerp. Jan 10 Thompson, Director. Moving Pic-
RiLOIlfl. n i ki. l d i #(nn March 6;
m3denl'am, lHr. 1-m, Haraiou, 'St Michaels tures.
Th-s skymsn. Hr, 1:o1. Watt, arrived Rut-
terdam. i '.*->
rlvItr.t-u. Ar. lr.'-,Koh..rat (.-.n. ian "-' ; U C O' T E LA KE.
/auzibtrr. lr. ld wa.aeeaFet,; M SCO TH LAE; 1 U UA A .


l1ol)pbtt. Ital- bId H4waro--e Dec7
Potrtiat-i,", Ncr. 1:3Z-' Sidkjti:aetaoCk Feb Ni
S- '.4.,'-
Ita -a Fe'it~t'-- it M .-. 1% d M Arseille Ps Jan '
Aga' te, Nor 1-,7. -id '.Ai~tw.p15.-a'1i


iat tar 71 ami,aar*L.jiIt-L. Nor2''tm..1a intwt-rp
I 0-C 14
Fttio.It. -Id 'tnts toII"'ins
r rlt..: (jiustai .'U. I'., -itl I::w-wrt Mar',i7
Ffihi'-. It. .-%-f.i taa~ S e':)t L.'. ubori-
.Najvr;.%' naer Pt -r-- Roye I
S1- r. N or. si (I Pi---,.s n I s-ciP
Johani Ir6.-atop. Nor. .1.14hrv~Antand l~Nov It,
.iio~nane. N..-;d I loriurg DI)'$4
Irul.ca"iU.Kus 7. -!d I iant~u: I('1I
Marck Ils. It. sId linna'i -r:. Nov
41lga. KHs sd .SA Lt RI-ic.- i c,:212
l-A'la %O adr,--.It. itt. i!A ins: rdmninJ nilt',
6t,-11^ 8. It. --.-!. at ieI,'aa'stt. 1K '
V M: u I O. N 4 1r, s I' L....it I Ia
\.-:i.I t. '"Id M!dad--as8.1- t, 2
We ht" si-iv-di niuy o-)dat,-r hills
since w we 4,;i tislml..ZCfi:*,iiha-z-uin%-.
Cuu.1h U[tIt lii'.V inI 'lt)111- ilaf-.
kooep -Albottle a.pefta HIltho-ttn-se :and
wlien-vs-r any 4-f iiiv tamilv a'r may-
_4ilf begin to evatch el tf: w b,1~-irin to
U-0 tilat:- I gh '11- (1dv ;iasdas le
a doctor and I invur a 1:4 r~e d. b..tir
uill. faor Chumhe(ribts I'h'Ci -tvtlaRem-
edy uttrer fail- to curf%-. t j.4 cer-
tainlv a mt-dicivi-of grey ini-,rit mild
Iforchlunt analFarmer. Matti-, lied-
ford c-otlit 'v. Pa. Fair ?.A ivby 1H u
nati lrate.. ','I outh iI'Alatox atra-vt.
--Cape Miy" at Eugene Arbcana's.


SIX LIVES SAVED BY A NEGRO.
He Makes a Darti ItesCweue Fromn
Buru4c Ualilding.
NEW YOWL. March 21.-Six lives were
saved by the gallant work of a negro
ana during a fire as a flat in West
One Hundred and Thirty-fourth street.
The man's same I& M. S. Anderson. He
detected the Are while on his way to
work. The flames had gained consid-
erab;e headway, and ta a window of
the second floor stood a man named
Nelson with his little children novering
aboat him. their escape having been
cut off by the flames. With two other
man. Anderesou ra iuto the buniiding
next door and up to their floor. Wsth
his two companions holding hiq legs.
Anderson swung a head downward and.
swaying hi body backward and for-
ward, managed to reach the chuidren as
they were held up to him by the father.
All were taken out safely u tanis man-
ner.
The firemen brought the other occu-
pant3 of the buaildiig down the ladder.
l'rree Va-riiation..
OrnTup-day--.Thursday- an;ii Sat-
it'5 ,y. frout 1:. t1 t.) :; p. u.,. p.-or,- ii-
wili hie vaccinated fre.-4 of c!harze- at
th.- *il;ie of the Sta:t., -oa;ard of
4-iA t etf Flo'ri.l'. Nn 9 W ..t Intitn-
1.ttc.ia -'t t. 'Pi' y-ician- of the cit%
.' < iI,!!' vy c !.>- ntI d to I pr riolinI
Tlhe .-cfI aVLt' t t;At li,-t r'1 a m;i. d.
1V,. KI. H v.-:v.
Age .
NAVAL N TOI!.ES M.1l:HklI-'.
Kepoartd Itaily for The News ty
M)eetrs. A. M1 M'Ae, & Co.


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The Greatest Day
EVER PRESENTED TO
WESTERN FLORIDA.


s sForn he- Roand Trip
fMNLY 50 UNT! ,frort ,,oma.,lis Tr
lIver Junction and I n'.rtedl:t.'te tations.
by Speeml Trains. (C'heRet- and BIoit Ex-
curuion in tht World. '- iId-)KEN -.c.
Trainsdo not ieave until fteer Ev,-ningSe--
sion.

GN GOVERNOR'S ISLAND. N. Y.
LJ H., March 21, 10O-Sealed pr,,-
posal6, in triplic;-te, for furnishings
fuel required in Dept. of th Eist ,
during fiscal year entfiill June u l i
1101l, will be received hero and at:
posts and tationa indicated in in- i
structions iQ'ued l1ereunder, until 12 ,
M.. April 10'. 191m). U. S. reserv sI
right to rej-ct or accept any or all
proposals r any part thereof. In-
formation furnished on application.
Envelopt-s contriningt lroposalk will
be endor-ed. "Propos'-al.l f,,r Fte-l at
--- JAS. M. MOORE. A. Q- M.
(i. 21m4& 17d2t


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IOHIN,


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FRIEOMA& Ci'


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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 Immn ense!


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f tI/l~ lll/if ''-"- ji i J ( i l N' \ '. i -
f tinl .? W/ Lo 1w I/'ri:,. -


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


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

MV illinery,

4 X
S tents F]'urnishins and (Clotilin almost
(}iv;-n AwaYv.


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


Ton are Corlially IiTite( to Visit Car Mamni% Establishicnt


We are Invincibles in Low Prices
This makes our Success.


Mail Orders Promptly Atte.nded to.
'.I Trade Discount of 6, on all Cash l'urch::--.


SCOTTE1N, FRIEDMAN & CO.

^ 3^^1'^ KS~ta2^-%^?,^^.'


W. B. WRIGHT COfPA*Y,


M k N' U I- A II*,.I. A X I'w1Fk 1 I~- .-4IN


S.L. UMBER, LATHS,

f I SAED CYPRESS SEINGLES-KllBn-BrineSaps
a 1. PE\'SACOIA, FIA.



Te TBi MW' W4 T COLUMI!I


FO. E. BRAWNER'S*


**47q3fpi,4Aqe



JOK$ Je 0E&PRIQIE JIOlJSE3*

IV


EWE HAVE JUST RECEIIVED O()'1R


Spring Line of Up-to-Date Dre s Goods,

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


27-inch Z.'phyr (uititihams, our
price .......... ............... 1*'*
:;G-inch .Spring .I'-:cales, our
price .......................... c
:3-incb Very She (r White Lawn.
our price...................... S'c
27-'nch ('heck N.iitnsu ok. our
p rice .......................... .-
.;'*-ich WlAit.- and ( ,o'ared
P ii pe., lir p i." *- ...........- 1.. l'
3,a inch Wiiite Corded Pique. our
pricc ... ....................... St'
2;-inch Solid and VWhite Duck.
Our priet ...................... a
I Yard-Wide Sea I.-land Cotton
at ............................


Remember the Place,


No better Cigar for


the money made-DUB- ___


Calicoes


Domrcstics


AT THE


OLD PRICE.


;TO Advance'


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i.'rir i va-d(lr ti -t t r. '.4:I
l-a et t -a I v tI(, oI 4-- ,aI. lj f' .1' r i
roll'- Nc-w S;rin;.- Mat z, r a12


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t the Parltor Mara'et.
]E~(Ht% FI 'It 11 ATC H I1N (i- rl f
1~j5 099- (Itpure bred hr iww
Leave orcera at Parlor Marko-t.
8AL R iJ,-r-rftoon aares I n vi-
17urbs. fronting Liayou a ha'.,
Gold 00 easy terMS. Anti at a Dar.(&.
C. Watson & Co.
FIt SALF-Tb. most dosralr~.'. *
(Iheciy easy to-rmn. h%;~,. .
Real iCatate Agcency. 1). filat@Wai, 1 ig..
ger. l~nub Paltox trwet. .~



wie and one hinglie P1~~:t
301 Wa,9t Ut'asestreet.
W ANTEfl-0..cond hand ei,,
fns arid marble tops for j~.


N''.I- Offi1ce hour 1~clpCe-mi a. ,I A
Adeoc-k.

cu.haul ant] saw reral 111 1.
o t-sr ~ 'imir-r. JVor p:Irtitv.la,I s.'i
ANTE-Allkinds of ..mpty c..a
IV X v otls. 1.A.FA1D -4

ANTED-Oldbeer battles at ~an:- .,-.s


M lS F[LIME Ii'MLl;YPr~ni,. -
its lifth terin in tbo- re i'icnv.. at
nor of Palafox and Jacka-lig. -r-
trance, on Jackson. Terms l. pt-r :Y



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F 'L<(1%*F K it FOR( '.et;..-' :
prou ,'l*it n p tIiatu Itu p .r -; - -
phlione ;. Mor


S.oAntH b luy Ky-tn '.
an1 ude-l-r in Hnir o;i xl,. .t-
Articles., UtlrOil. tc.. R W. W t
street.

Room Mouldings
in all shade-. plain anw f.nr, "
E. Rosa & Co'k, No. 11 N. I' .
Phone 382. .;

Don't buy anything ,,
furniture or house furnii,
iftfs until you hare .e s'^
Marston 8 Finch's ./',A
Their prices are lou,: //,,r
stock is complete, andi / i
will sell you what you iri '
on lon. time.
Try TN WS. 10o ct-ri. : w -



f NI1ITHER tae captain.
nor ouign..e. of a t f t
Urula Br-ghf will b-
4!ble for debts Contra,
the crew of Paid vessel.
(,:!lf Tran-' '',-.. I
C>n>'l~n***.


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a ior nof'.sjn -A


a natd 2 ( -r :c .tra o. lin icifb ; & 1"i ,r
."W- Z !
105 S v ralafox Street, r, I A *T t
I,- tot ri i P..


-ai~ed vessel.
til '.. a-al Store% rC4..
ar,.(, tjIrian 04,.


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nor cb.h-
wo.iEian t~k .it
da aspj:;. W.- f,i- I ,i,-*
by thie crew of sm.-i


1a RGIET STORE.


YDUR5 FOR BARGAINS FROM NDOE ON,


Fm. VWN ER'S


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SPEOWPOTICES.


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Budidng, Palalot t..-

'TAfVI-:la Y 'l:--
Mi:('UiITIl.M''S *'.
6TtRE Er. .

curpal)-re.o i .*a
tmec. r.-r.t prop..rty .,f i
rplEntvlt- .iC',.-fr %a.V.!r.
"Sll On or i!r-- ',
lt.a f .ate asnil i*ft,
V.~l.i*ai. C4'na.. ."'-t
Who .1buys it I it fr-u 8- a!. -
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inor Htiimti.:d

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$'I O ra MO h 'A .Ul III qo
Not t-isin.il.6'. sill c. *'. w

sha t 'ti '."r- u1.41 'a~- ao A-

fa-aic' -. inil~- f.I .-.
Lan rr llt'. .rvaaa t 11..- r .-
road. (tic.-- nl.v--. r :
fisratsair %lihurliaan hat,. -.-
() K. Will es .-hai.ic- foAl ,.t p!


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H


DAILY


NEWS.


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 22, 1900.


VOL. 30.


NO. 41.


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


'Oi- LO ATIN 4, f H 'A V Y F IG H T I N G
It( cmi'..Feb. Jan. r. i l. 1 :a. JE j I I I ~ I


*dtiahiLs crip .1 1 2 1. !4U,
Ist *-r.- 1 4 )11 b, *ridtct


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I 311I11I2-o51: A
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Council Makes Ade- I a: .., S40As4 21 $4' I 1:,"
A rr%~L-*-ertfl&Iiy suaaiat..dtt'
Appropriatlom'S b*~~r~ ~.e-rbance's of it-t~runry
6 .(). 1'. M. R:,A\
('umip: rtpil.-r.

*~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~.t 11'-e:.aa- Citylea es.~~- ~~attorz.f'y ga A as 1i1-
the 1!I ta't the ('sil Isil had iio ieg:al
ma : 1 ut %vamytosit ant-b rivviIetud ii r Ito Icoinam inse w~tiith je tcle -
,, %za ia'% #r Mitsti e. fi-iCar- ;0!,' c::1an Ii puh 'tax i'itsl-'
it. It: i 1i!11 1.it ti. -\i-tt-:. vrot-Ziwmir~e' he .pei,;
r .ve (jl i.Fi~tst


iiI -t I :.2: vi !y.,5( ranaI-e t1,e ii-5t "rlii-

:11 1 'a .at4'sdi~l '44-ri i nthe ( :: t i t,: t 7 it t h
lh'eriut, a iic4~r -aie'! h I t )- '
I 'lil I .dld!ht- t 7 i I t11,11.alr d ja d b
-. ~z* I aallha. .01111. 11- N'It''. A
L t),l alhr4'v#-d.j Arti(.- *_ .e.-cti,)i. hi was i-. tticdrawia. Ii.-t
I *eeslililaa (ofu .1:,f-.- ii fsic-fer the 0erctionl of cC's i
U '110' 4*.-dftV ~,wa.; -~ -Iyhczeor .other conipa-
If-'rto.' hlaerd t., pay 31, a- ue -'oA timp.'

-rfe- dhaag pipz.r.for tCie vvtyen. Aldifi-iiaii HRazzeil ititrtoducced hazi
f 1111 ti-- f~a Year. it lla "14 th,- ordinat 1wt-liared by the city Itts
-1*.4IWIA thlost 'WiLg to ethfead- attortipy relt Loivto the # mod oynisIt i-, n
ifdrarovi,-ionia tr.#, cottrac*64pr of ;ani'tarv iflpsectorA, and it was hug
-mrsI tnlOtw*y wi hi'a Contract. rt~ad tht- fir-t tiui.. t
*,Atilv- to Ittle- ietltitioi of citizen%~ Stephen Lpe asked pprmi~aion to tr,)(
a-gor, tiarden i Ar Chaspittrepts erect a huildiuix on Rat island to he tacl
*tthe wate. ti~aizi4 be extended us-ed a-i a fertilizer f-.tory. The fou
-frotn KByl#-n- ad that five ad- matter was referred to the harbor mu
trial fir.- hydrants be put in, 'andid anitary commziittee. hoi
.rman (irt'-ii 'of the f1inace cor- Chairmaii Danijell of the board of T
.*..t- ro-loorta d that there was S6.W! public safe-ty and City Electrician the
,Au.tnalioiropriated. which had Lenr Le~zaron addressed the council tro(
:#.-r.dfrrearn h a- relative to the need of rebuilding the leie
-,rqept seweirii and Glarden street fire alarm system. Oni motion of 1,
!rmrs aud1 othr proses. f Alderman Calin "k, oras wuen 'ma
-It'r#.d thatSl(xibe. appropriated appropriated for the work. h is
,!ie co-tt of tht five additional 'rhs requp~t -of Chairman Da.niell Ae u
1 rants for the re.maziuder "of'Of the boitrd!(-f public safety for an to
_'.Ai Year anid it was4 ordered appropriatictmof $310~i to furnis4h the the
miaine be extended as rt-- chief (of the fire departuient with an
I.cemiteoutfit for rt-acia ingl fi r is promptly.
?:151iA~PrV f ttiewn, refurre-d to the finance commiIit- j


*.r aand givi FePbrvAthatlIJthtey
.v.-d on e letter rtu I eto,
,,i m:rgitctaile, which was no
aI-fact--ry. and a-k.'d further
I(s"! Wal.;grmitt-A4.
r-fdjmtatanee ad ergros--um:
o. ro-1eort#-d two atri saniet'-
-*r if el. public workp- ri-port d
V ti:ad auvvr~i~ii jee fr hid- ftot

Jp!hltidtad oit reefeu-ivt1 a.,%
II v tad. ilei',,-eer, tinad'- j:i~
t-'a tis'' (.Ardo nif-tn it w
').; fr11 .V -oil1d dao It at I.

i.r Alde.rnA ali Ava!; tI..'
1 1;'is ,4oi l' 1 .1 t -d'g A

p.*a:--i-ri et'c- t a -fie i-ts

* -ie f If 1 b Ipi1 c w'er 1
1i -ll-r--.repiort waA !-III,-
-rd- t d 1ubli-114'd

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: .e 16 WA-. M""T ,iof-ti fit-the ii04-
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Aldermn a i- lHzz(ll called attend ion
to tle ul.-;talital y conditionst f thie
pond at the co(erner of Jack-on -treet
.)I) E.-t 1Ill.A
T!:- I.trall-f.r of I :e .:- to -**-11
hiliur fro in Shippey & ('Co. to Hall &
H.tJl w .s r;atit d.
The danzitr froin live wires and
th< i""por' ii> i 1; vi*,)- :(n a a
t.) guardi thii'-i, i, til t,, irtld. aas
ti ~ d -4 u-.a-d.
T'l e cnu!.'il tih t i : ailjournt d.
i11N(;;1i11%; i. ;AIGtiPE-; C<1.11
G. V. a:* l.,7 -good St., ('li' i-
-av; ."My wife had a v,-ry -a,-
\* re C ise f l.a t. ipp",. :,nd it left it '!
wvit'i :t v*ry lad. ('e uh. Sh,- tri<-d ;t
holi.- l f .t 'olev's Ho::ey a:.d Tar a;i t
it g :V. :I; n -:tli.' h litf. A *'aP ('mit
b .ttl-- ra' ** I r .* .r--t utr.- l .'
Pi ev 'eo a td **W. \ A. 'AI, n,-
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;T' T-ni" ait Ft,E . isn' Arbona' -.


I,.irtt rae=- were on the police
curt dockc-t thii- iierliini.g. Jack,-on
llits i -n aind Franik ('Cininghalm.
charged with disorderly conduct,
were discharged. I,. Coleman. .1.
Mitchell and P. Ableman, charged
with violation iof the s-aitary ordi-
nance, were al-o di-charged. A .
McVey. concealed weapons. st--I:-
tenc< e-uspetIndt*. J. Mathtew.a.
drunk, finM d $o. Butter Nesbitt. as-
-ailt. waa fined $ Us, and setitcucid to
1' da~ 4 in jltil.


Ill ILNEDI AT THI-E STAlrE.

Horrible Death of a White Girl Who


- *., ived With Negrens.
.. .... CuO.ItMI.IA. S.C March 22.-News


5?c.i41


was received here this morning of
thte burning of a white woman at the
17 -take by regulators at Chesterfield
courthouse. U. T. Steeu, John Jack-
sotn. Benjamin Jack-on and Harva y
Jackson were arrested at midnitrht
charged with having committed th-
horrible deed. The cau-e wa.s tint
ilite gil was changed with livit g
wi: ti i groes.


. Pmiei-% ti Aisa3a tetl.


N .:w Y iRK.. Mrceh 22.--A -tra nger
wh.,i r gi-,tr etd at the A-il.and hou-e
,a- P. L. Dity. wa- found in hisr roon
a;-i l:yxi cited, with a crucifix, a bank
Se.. k atuil ove-i $*2 -'4 t in hi-< pockets..
The lt,;uk b'ooI i- ,f the Fir-.t N:&-
_ ,_'- t~. atl bank 44; Port J.-rvi;. T :P ,t5I-
vrv- -:ty thi d.peieitor wa,' P. J.
l tii".v. ;t C(:thl. ic' pri,'-t.


a rai i M :i n F, T.1 .c- -11~7'
itiahla.- t,~' :ttia tit-t '. od i'-":


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(;.il 1 .-.;'- t- 1HARP'Elwhi-key
:,t NOw (-rl.iis 4N World- Ftair Chin-
.st', o rv it. yoa will end >r-e tlhe
J adI f- verdict.
6OLD BY
DANNHEISSER BROOS.
Pensacola, Fla.


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TRANSVAALERS TO


AT LOBATSI ABANDON FREE STATE

London Awaits News of the


ie Mafeking Relief Column
Meets a Strong Boer Force


Relief of Mafeking.


BATTLE AT WARRENTOWN
h, Are Now Holding General Plunto
her's forces in Clec

While Another Strong Bwr Force
il I n Ioute to J .in ins the Attack.
S.ONIoxN, March 22.--Gen. Plum-
s' olumn, which i, marching to
1 relief of Mafeking, has met a
back and; i- now held in check at
buatsi bya strong force of Boers,
iile :a other HI-)r fr( i narch-


der Heavy Shell Vire-Proteoria Ac.
coust of the bklrIamls of Fourteen
W-earnsu.
LONDoN. March 21.-The only news
from South Africa showing activity on
either side oomes from Warren town,
noeth of Kimberley, where desuitory
fighting occurred all Saturday. result-


RESCUED BY THE FARLEY.
Icebound Fiseh.rai ma f4 R^.ved Froam

CLFIPA-EL&19D Mir~n 21.-Afrer a ter-
rific bamte with ice, th3 tirebaat Cleve-
lauder, carrying a large %umm~y of pro-
visions. has sucoeede.i in ruisch~ing th-
$1.70 tluing tugs sLu-I ha, firdlios? ldr'ey.
whioh had been imprisoned Ili an Ice'
oi~d here. The fihin in tgi Fmarte i out
frum hare Muuaay evrazzi for litirou
aud were caugu& in the ice, from which
they couid not -,at fr.4a e ba ie ?b )at
F'arley was sint to tneir aag.tiltixn"towtil

rendered baioi-ss. '1ne po~xer~nkL tra-
boat C~evem;aader was "tar:jI i mi:aud
afier two hotrar' wr:-K sUGte~dI IILI
a -m) Lciantifuexl iriuki S iticiies
thie~c to the three tqom
Tairty menu aA tcoi wtire or the three
icabouild vebsels. They suzS-zed n-
tensely irom lirirger and coat ''he!re
W.-%4 PrI t:CjLliy no fo 1-i ton 1aivy of th-3
iaipr~sozied vesio,.z-when tiluv sort port


* forward to aid in the attack on tog in the retreat ot me Lors towarU
n. Pluinier. Chesonia under a shell firo. The DEMOCRATS WELL PLEASED.
L dipatcih from Lobati -ays the progress of this coluom toward Mate.- Nbraska Platfom ,.t.t With Glin-
ti-hi were tak, n almost complete- king has either almost oeased or is for- er.a4 Appr. v-.I.
by surprise, as they thought the bidden to be moutioued in dispatches. W I-nioro, March '.-.he p!at-
ntary nearly clear of Boers. Nothing new comes fromColonel Plu- form aopted by the Dmo, rat: (.1 N
Heavy fighting is now in progr-,es,.f.
'lie report of lighting at Lobatsi mer, and Mafekiug apparently still orasi; a is much dim-u-s*ai n Wasthing-
4 caused much at.xiety. While he awaits relief. ton tbecaut of i's trosumed bearing
a apparently suffered no serious Tne Preteria account of the skirmish upou the national platform. Tbe fact
est, his ability to reach Mafeking as Fourteen dreams March a16ay atb that Mr. Bryaa in som, degree outlined
now doubted. Later uews is be- tt Mr. Bryaa u mdagre lined
* anxiously looked for. a Boer command was preparing to de- this utter&uno of sue Demcarawt or his
koer accounts say the British stray a raihteMd bridge when attacked own state was sutnlaiet cause for Its
ops have fled before the Boer at- by the Briftsh. Theeagagemenaslated being much talked about.
k and that the Boers have taken half an hour with she resaul tas o6ne 0 Dmocratic leaders generally were
ir prisoners, fifteen cases of am- bugier was hlhtly wounaied. well saasao. There is some dispose
inition aed a number of guns and A second edision of Te Timee priant uon to feel that the Nebraskma patwmin
roses. h te oloowdag srom Bloemfooteas: do not go far emoaga ln empha aing
'he report from Kroomstadt that: "The blowia aup of bridges b the the fee that the traditional poUey of
e Boers have defeated the British Boer is a evideut sign has he 1M- the Democradtc party has been for legit-
ops under Oen. Oatacre Is not be- vaiters tamend to abaedon the defense inmate expausiou.
red h,-re. of the Free SatMe"
,oed Roberts telegraphs that so Ail is qa is the south and weLt A HIS WOUNDS PROVE FATAL.
ny burghers have expressed a de- ooirp of young Boes@ from Jarme has
e to surrender under the terms of been detaied for police work and to John Balry Confesses to the Shertff
4 latest proclamation that he has prevent sin looking of abAtdoned farms avind EfKPa.
it small columns in various direc- by the Katfflr. MaHisTI&. Ga.. March 21. John
ns to register the names and take It i saitL that when Presidect Kruger Bailey she negro who was taken from
*ir arms. left 1!t;1mfonteiu after his re.aes vitas
terms s Preosians Seyu's parsing remark the Cobb county j tit by a mob Satur.
sRonirt' Plan. A a1 ri -. w Dm._


""" was:
'he great plans of Lord Roberts "I'Mad the Britvih do not ca'oh you
i ( ar. They will be put into opera- Hetena than L"
in within the next three week. The Ber% at Alwinoth are reported
en Buller with 40 (10 mtr-n to be stul noiding a position in the big
11 advance in Natal at the s_,iie bills ou the Free State side. From a
>e that Methuen and 20,1iNj men Pretoria dtsi..tch it appears chat there
vance toward Mafeking, eniteritg, sene muisuanderstandinu regarding the
* Transvaal from the west, whilf, reply of Ainer:ca's offer to mediate. It
lierts, joinc d by all availthile hmd peen qt.. -i to the effc; mast ,Lord
e-.-, aggreoratit l(I.tN01 aund 40ioe Sitssury smlli he could somept the in.
i-i, will advance noithwiard furom torveution of no other power, which
)eonfiitdtin. lead so the belief that tne Amrerioans
.,)rd l-Rob-rts will thon h) in posi- wu.d be litened to in tue final settle-
nI tio 0-invilope any force the l:oixrI .ment.
i..t b-rinig ariainst him, niiit it is Private Cole, the Canadian whom the
hlt-vd-it. will speedily i-:d the queen visited at Nettley hoepitae. hae
r. returned to South Africa, fully reovy-
0ered.


(;rau arnidSalaga't% ritaniii- ia Nev.-.1-st
t ract ioi.1
NF%%-: ~Y' eus. 'sircii 22.--.alltric


BRITISH RULE IN AFRICA.
Plae to Throw Itbe Republlics into
Hands of tbh English.
LON-,o, March 3L-It is said here


Jay night. last and riddied wiah Daulles
beaouse of htis aasaul upon a young
lady a few days before, died in the jail
here.
Bailey made a full confession to
Sheriff Bisnop anud ailey's father Sun-
day. but Mr Bishop promised that he
would not naivulge the ounfession until
after his death.

AN OLD MAi CONViCTED.
Nat Sbelton (Guilty of Attrnmpted As-
sault os IHis (iGrasidtaugbhter.
SCOTTSBOrtO, Ala.., March .1. Nat
Shelton, 62 years of age, was trisd and
convicted in the circuit court here on
the charge of assault with attempt to
rape on the person of his granddaugh-
ter, a pretty girl of 14 year.
The jury found him guilty an charged
in thbo indictment, and the judge sen-
tenced him to the penitentiary fur a
term of two years.


(ran 4;f the (irau Opera (').. and that the plan likely to be adopted for ochoottencher Dlispp-ars.
Henry W. Savage 1 the ('Catle the further pacification of South Africa GAINSVI.LF, Ga., March 21 -John
s(wllre Oipera Co.. have perf. -tinaite positive ;arringeulr t*o nial Dutch) Free State and Transvaal been a well known citizen of Hall
give grand opera in English at th, sBoe found in arms, or sousad of re-
.Me'ropolitan opera houe.Teagree- Bellion, thud throwing the two repub- county, is reported to have left for
ulenttlp afr a term of years and the bllooon. h ein to the hands parts unknown, leaving his wife and
company i-Englito h knownpra o. the Me- of tI 11.h ad the s ode y several children to take care of them-
tropolitan Engli-h Opera Co. Theful oa wmld break the power of selves It is sail that he to heavily in-
chorus will number 7 youthful A r d p ny olved inanciaily and that be loaves
well-schooledvoice-, largely drawn %bAftiothser bondt. p olonymany creditors wno are anxious to
from the Castle Garden chorues an I all other armyevacate the kaow his whereabouts. Bowers has,
ad the American chor s of the o red tioryhe er po taught school in this county for a long
MtropolitAn. The orche-tra will would be with the Rh BodeMfield force tm__
C,'iipri.e 40 of the hiest ntu.ic.ans of and the artillery promleed by Oecil Biantarck's ir,>n N.rve
New York, to be increased when Rhaoes for Kimberley. and the Brtirvesh
found necessary. garrison at Oape Town and Durban Was the result of hi- splendid
A :n b E l're- res- and, perhaps. a Pretoria. health. Indoiiltable will and tre-
A in:..n n.med E aPrestn,. of Pres- n endous energy are not found
onville da, Kayin; the a letter n. DIRECT RAILWAY SERVICE. where Stomach, Liver. Kidnevs and
other day, savin. the opinion of Bowels are out of order. If yau
everyboy in hi,, town who has used Bowels are out of order. If you
Feverybd's y ain s town wi thats used s sBee Re.-tabliehed Between want these qualities and the succe.'
Folev s Hony and Tar is, that it is )rbas and Klandelaager. they bring. u!;e Dr. King's New Life
the very be-.t medicine for la grippe, A Il. Tbey develop every power of
colds, cough, etc. W. A. D'Ale- PTRMARITZBLU. March 21. -- A brain and T ody. Onlopy eery power of. A.
berte. temporary Lridge across the Tugele at I)'Alimberte's drug s.tor.-.
Colenzo is now open for traffMo and -
CROOKEU LIMIS STRAIGHT. there ts at last a direct railway service Eugene Arbona's i., headquarter-
tvT. OLi. Suo.n Effet, Allegd Woa. between Durbanand Blaudelaager. The for fine lquor<.
derfal Cnreo at Coluesbuss. flrst to cross the bridge was the Prin- Senator McLaurla's Health.
Co.MnS. a. March 21.-Gertain st Chrisian. WasaHIMTo March 21. Senator
Major Brazier Cresahes' improved h 1 eor
remarkable cures, real or alleged, on .hospital train has removed about 4,000 MolA rin of South Carolina was forced
the oart of Rev. OUs Sutton, a mis- wounded, but though every oar was, to deoine an invitation to attend the
.ionary 1Bpttss preacher, who claims to taken the narrow door of the carriages Dewey celebration at Savannah. on so-
hrgh faith, have cased and the bumping and shunting has count of his health. He has been suf-
arlte through faith, have cusedo caused much pain which. with appli. firing with a severe cold for some days,
great deal of comment and discussion ances now at hand. may be avoided. and, while he is able to attend to sees-
in Oonomuius aun vicinity during the There are now over 2,000 patients m sions of the senate, he did not feel sof-
past few days. the Ladysmith hospital, so the train is ficiently strong to make the trip to Sa-
lt has been openly and generally not too late. vannah and deliver an address.


stated that Rev. Mr. Sutton has,
:through the exercising of faith in a
divine power, been able to straighten
out crooked limbs and to remedy orher
physical malformations.
i;uu i)Ow.t lby -a Locumotive.
CHu( AGO. March 21.--Jennie Patter-
.on was killed 1 and her sister, Maggie.
w\a fatally injured here by a locomo-
tive a: the cro.4iDg of the Belt railway
at Twenty-ninth street and Stewart
avenue. Tas girl-, neither of whom
eemial to be over 1; years of age, were
on their way to work. They did not
fee the engine whbcn wa backing rap-
idly toward them and Loth were run
over.
N. rv.uti- weakne-- r >l'itl t ;'
-t t'. he-art indicat,- t!i-erel.-r ef
:- ,', atI:n'ach a :d dli2e tiorl. '1':i K I.
Asil BITTERK i- a wonderful remedy
in -tuch (.Ai=e. I: clean e-. -trnit ItI-
n:i- nd r lutilatt th a tn ,inach. iivwr
,ail b.wt-I-. ri. ei 4)v t;t c, iu-c < f
"h- htie rt yinpton- atil ul' d- up :t .
-trin2 -iain v-g-'roul body. So)ld by
Hannah Bro-.

Bartholomay Beer on Draught at
Eugene Arbona's.


Swit *-riand i)-,-imetii tu M-dlate.
BERE,. Switzerland, March 21.-The
federal council has answered declining
tie Boer appeal for mediation.

TO CUR'E A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Ij.xativ*, Broino Quinln. Tablet-. Al;
lruggi-ti '-fund thM money if It 15a11 t
7uret. K. W.( rove'l.-ignature is (n -.act.
S --'C. - -

Don't Pay $40 and $50
for S:wiN<.; MAC HINES- when you
carn buy the beit make with all the
l:*te imnprovelments at 0. M. Pryor's
BItirain Furniture Hot e,. for from
I'. to & ). Our household furniture
-i equally as chap. Ca:1 andj -ee
the b: g stock.

Duffy s M alt at Eug-ue Arbona's.

The best 5 cent Cigar

on the market is the
DURI-AM. Try them at

D'AlemTberte's.


Caroltna 311ists Raises W ige.
GREENVIU.E S. C., March 21.-The
cotton milis in and about Greenville
have decided on an increase of wages
of operatives, which will add from $80.-
000 to JlU0.0000 to the income of mili
hands this year. The mills announcing
an increase of wages are the Pelzer.
Piedmont. Poe. V.c:or aud the Ameri-
can 'niining company. The raise goes
into effe7-t April 1.
Thrown Fromnt a Trestle.
CUATTANOOiA, Marcn 21.-Levi Field.
president of the Snodgrass & Field
Lumber company, was knocked from a
high incline trestle by a runaway lnm-
ber car and thrown to the ground a aul
stance )f 25, feet lie sustained two
broken ribe, a serious contuston on the
head and internal injuries that are re-
garded by puys:cians as very serious
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup is a great medi
. .ci'f l!i-rsta c wort'!. It rne-t'v.- f i'>,)J
,. .-d);! *i ek iy ats Ii 1 'tsar .. ... *.,:>
"tint'. "-'. I h.y tll ilrs'""" t' 't.,r t ', t-
All the I'e-t brand of liq -. rs at
Ea .,- Abhoa,'s.


MANUFACTURERS


ARE ORGANIZING

They Will Resist Demands of

the Machinists.

LABOR VERSUS CAPITAL

llachinuery 31tnufdecurers u New
York and Nre Jeri-y Will Fight
the loternatoanal Mitnehlslsts' Ase*,-
Clation.
Nr.w YORK, Mare.s 1-.-In antkilpt-
tion o: an exieinaon to this c:ty of ite
strike of machinists now in progresse a
Chicago and Co.umbus. l'.ttterson &ad
local msanufacLurers of machinery are
pushing forward the work of perfecting
an organization. Ptans for such a body
were laid some time ago, bus the threats
made by the international body of mns-


ohinists were nout perfectly satisfactory
to the Patter on minen.
As a nos eus for muis movement the
New York and New Jer ey Macninery
Manofactrors' aseociatioa was organ.
',ed ~aLarh 14 wih A. 1. See as press-
lent.
From the offers of the association
pleas were sat out to the masufac-
surere stating the demands made it
SCnoago by the rikere and the need of
employee rising here as once. It was
osated by aI lowerr of the aseooiattss
bt Is woueald comprise ins ts member-
ship several hIandred masufaosremr
repeseamftag many million of aptal.
i oa sialse was laid on the demand
t. she a hlipbste hat the present ma
lehinlte wao are mnot umion eo be dio

*They else demand," said the oofier,
'"thas a Aed minimum of wae sad a
9-hoar Ay be estabisbed. Men can be
dAschared only wish she concarrence
of the local walking delegate. "
AecoWting to Delegate Warner of the
Internatioa Machinist assoo.:aion. the
cause ab s have led to the strike of the
machinists. If the Chicago men win.
will precipitate strikes in all largeocities
of the country if the mauufacLtrere do
not acoede so the demands of the 9-hour
work day.
**The machinists." he said. '*have
been working sn hours a day up to tsh
present. The work is very hard and-
exhaustiug and the International Ma-
chinists' asieooation determined to de-
maud a g-ho.r dliy. %e haoe absorbed
nearly all the mac-hnists' unions in She
ooantry aud our nmembersh:p is nearly
double what is was a year ago. The
Amalgamated Eoganeers' association
has a gooa many machinists with us
and they will not work in shops la
which we strike.
"We have decided to begin the 9-hebor
movement in Chicago, and to extend ts
to the other large cities. We may wos
fiad it necessary to wait for our move-
ment to succeed in ChUiago before eox-
teading I to the other cities and the
W-ho6r demand may be made nla New
York and elsewhere before many day"
Dr. Bull'.t Cough Svrup is still In the
Iet-t. T elis people seen to like tlic old ro-
I.hilel coC)ughi iint neliit' a. anD We ldon'lt blanie
:h.iant: It i- tir' it,"t remedy for a deep-
-. al.-l 4ou ith or cold, anti will *-ff. t a cvare
l.1 one da..
Ifunter', Rye at Eugene Arbona'.-

C'O.'. 'N. L- A, CLV;LAND.
P'rp u.to,,i .%r.- l-..i*ag For Strike
uif Iat.v .a.' i I l'ire.
'rt.I.Vi:.t 'n. 3nrob 21. Presiiden
James 0 Conujeli of tUia luternatiosal
Machinists' union is here irom Caiesag
and hai had a loug conference with the
ofBfcals of the local machtaists' tles
in regard so the proposed serise in this
caty.
A meeting is to be held whtoh it to
expected wili be largely attended by
both union and non-union machiniste.
It will then be decided whether s earsu
will take plane.
la an interview Mr. O'Connell said:
-No national strike has yet bees
called, but arrangement are tberi
made for oui. In Cleveland the ses
wait so little that I cannot understand
why the employers should prefer to
have a strike on their haada.'
Isis said that 2.500 machinists will
go out in this city if a strike is ordered
Miners' Wages l reased.
CLIVKLA%.D, March 21.-As a result
of the recent increase of wages granted
the Massillon miners, the Masailles
District Coal Operators' association be.
decided to rai"e the prioe of cos l0
cents per tou. The increase in the
wages of the m:ner,. it ts stated.
amounted to L.O per cent. The advaare
in the price of coal is to take effect ou
April 1.
I) l;iv- are (l,ttreri,-. T t,.-
w\ .0,, [i r. 1w!-' :iL iiII ;i: |'1'l r(
ThIuildl t;ak-' loo l'- .,a-a, t irl .ss a
on -'. It n vl r di- ;p; 'ne -.

We are Sole Aesn.ts For
K;:y- r & AIlriai'-. ( .s.-. M. N.
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Your Credit is Good
F.'r .i tythiti'it i ir : ,' <-- \'- avre
:a lir-ap at--,rt;e -ri : f ',,t,'lie--. K di
l.,it?5 .:-. 'Iil'-t F'.t- :,nr l I' ,roootj
Su it,-. Iroen i-dS -t,.ed, a?' $ up.
). M. PRYKVR'H
Br. .in Fl'urniture- fouse.
DURHAM Cigars have
no equal. For sale as
D'Alemberte' .


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2 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 1900.


HRld Up at Doestur.
DECATR, Ala.. March 21.-Jeff Day,


a Louisville and Naahville employee.
m ..sntaturiao frnm his lo nA m .atine


Is your Blood Par of it? Do cuts or scratches heal and had reached almost within a block
Sat his gate, when he was stopped by
slowly? Does your kin itch or burn. three masked men who demanded his
Have you Pimp:e-? Eruptions? money at tae muzzle of a pistoL They
Aching Bones or Back? Eczema? went through him. taking his pocket-
Old Sore-? Boils? Scrofula? Rheu- book. containing V). a gold watch and
matism? Foul Hreath? Catarrh? nat, coat. vest and boots.
Are you pale? If so purify your
Blood at once with It. B. B. (Botanic Fire It Tampa.
Blood Balm). It makes the Blood Ta.'A, Fla. March 21. The old
Pure and Rich. heals every sore
and gives a clear, smooth, healthy wooden building at the corner of Frank-
skin. Deep-seated cases like ulcers, lin and I'o k streets, owned by W. W.
cancer, eating sores, Painful Swel- Hampton of Gainesville. has been de-
limege Blood Poison are quickly stroyed by fire. Tae bauding was oc.
cared by It. B. B., made especially copied by M. Finklestein, dealer in
for all obstinate Blood and Skin dry goods and clothing, and several
Troubles. B. B. B. is different from smaller merchants. The former's loss
other remedies becaut-e II. 1H. is (.oj0, with $s,0J0 insurance.
drains the Poison and Humors out
of the Blood and entire sys';em so Death of Mrs. Louisa Holden.
the symptoms cannot return. Give RALEIGH, March 21.-Mrs. Louisa V.
It a trial. It cures when all else fls.i .
Thoroughly tested for 3o years. Sold Holden, widow of Governor William
at drug stores at $1 per large bottle W. Holden. died suddenly at her home
Slarg e bottles (full treatment) $5. here of heart disease. Her age was To.
Bo sufferers may test it, a trial bot-. She was a sister of the late ex-Mayor
t*e given away absolutely free. W. H. Harrison of Raleigh, who was an
Write for it. Address BLOOD officer during the Meximan war and
BALM CO.. Atlanta. Ga. Write to- captain of tue Raleighb company in the
dayr. Describe trouble and free ined- confederate service.
ical advice given.
Elephant Itch at parts.
EMPLOYMENT OFFICE. SPARTA. Ga., March 21.-The doctors
Ring up 382 or call at the office, differ as to the nature of the disease
11 North Palafox street, when in' prevailing here. Some claim that it si
need of a carpenter. B. I). Hoffman. only a severe type of elephant itch.
BNsinems Agent of the Carpenter s while others are positive that it is lena-
---a-. J v.a. rr '... F iillfh c| r..k n .,


.inuEUIiers I 11011, Will hUt &.4U,.S V b


With the desired help on ~Aiort no-
tie.. xI25tf


A


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Fuel Gas




Alphabet!


was an ANCIENT who used
to burn wood.
i- fr BILLS that lie paid
when he could.
was the COAL that lie after-
wards bought.
is the DIRT and DUST that it
brought.
is the EVIL these things
brought to pas .
was his FOLLY in not using
gas.
i-i the GAS e(orge used in his-
stove.
is the HEIGHT of j(oy gas
brought to his home.
is th" INDIAN: he doesn't
us.e GAS.
cannot u se it, for J s the
JACKASS.
is the KITCHEN where GAS
is the fuel.
is the LAUNDRY. they'er
both of 'eni cool.
is the MONEY -av-d by a
Gas Range.
is for NOW. the bebt time for
a change.
i; the OFFER the Conip.ti.y
makes.
is the PROFIT. d.,n't imake a
Iistakt.
ia for QI' ESTION: no (juv!-
tiolt at all,
i-; the RANGE ,u you loul
buy before Fall.
i- the SAVING yo .i o.iake. !f
you do.
is the TIME and TIHOI'LE
saved. too.
is the UNION of Comfort
and thrift.
is VEXATION. now cut it
adrift.
is WIS.DO in living in
change
pluet Three Dollarz to bly a.
Ons Raniize.


Maeos.'s Taxable Pr.oprty.
MACoN, March 21.-The city tax as-
sessors have completed their work for
this year, and have suonm:tted their re-
port to the mayor and council. The
total assessment is $14,2.',59.
Little Iork)Ek' Spring Moet.
LITTLE RCCK, March 21.-The influx
of horses to participate in the spring
races beginning here next Monday has
begun in earnest. Stables are arriving
on almost every train.


Emperor William Entertanas.
EERLIN, March 21.-Em.peror William
has entertained at luncheon the minis-
ter of foreign affairs, Count Von Bue.
low; the ambassadors and their wives
and the naval and military attaches.
31.con Ready For Il)wey.
Macox. March 21.-All preparations
have been completed for the reception
and entertainment of Admiral and Mrs.
Dewey. Already the city is profusely
decorated for the occasiLn.
WRich )Ore lDepit Near Atnalla.
ATTALLA. Ala., March 21.-The North
Alabama Mining company has discov.
ered 20 acres of soft ore on its lands
near Attalla.

When you want something to heal
a burn. or a sore., or a cut, why rot
try Pannerr alve, which i guarant.e- d
the most healing ointment in the
worl I'Alimnberte.

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* QUINI-L41 OCHEl
AWARDED
Il ^ "'T FRENCH ATJCNVRiZE

16,600 FRANCS

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New York: E.Fougcra & Co., 26 Ncrth W;I.- S. '




Indigestion!

We challenge the world


to produce a remedy equal
to the Aa tchless .Mineral


i- our ZEA I. tse =ul;Jvx
with. (AS.


digest ion,


1y~-pel)si-*a.an./-


(ll for'/ms of Stomach, Bow-


GAS BANGES $13. COMec6t i Frf. el Troubles and Skil Dis-


Pensacola Gas Co.,


Cases. Guaranteed to c ur
or money/ refunded. Cos-t


O. 3 S. PALAFOX ST. onJli/ ,- cints a day to use if.


THE HEllE ACADEMY OF MUSIC,
No. Norti' I'ninox Stris-..
MISS EVELENE M. HEINE. Principal.
MISS IDA PIAGGIO. Assistant.
VeO" 4 ulturo. \ iin an i"Htin i .Le!p-';.c
ospiutUi al
Best Patent Flour.
Our Best Red 1 Royal
Patent is the best i/Ou r that
eam, be produced by anym

Forget.fMe Xot is one of
the best Breakfast Foods on
the market.
AU made by The 0. E.
Stwtard AMill Co. and fur
Male by V"ew Orleans Gro-
aw Co.


lAS.


M'HUGH,


One dollar bottle last twen-
tY days.
For sale by all drufists:.
also 11. T. Gree ,' Co. 37
S. Pala fox Street.
OR ADIDRE.SS

W. W. WILKINSON,
Greenville. Ala.
Tetimonnial Fromn Judge Gaston.
G1KKNVII.LF, Ala., Aug. 1'. ,9.
I tako reat pleasure in certifying to the
purity and the merit of Walkinpon's Match-
less Saiii.-ral Water. This natural mineral
tonic, to my personal knowledge. as taken
from a well three ntile eseast of Greeniville.
In the exact condition in which it is sold. I
haveseen this water used. with wondwrfui
succos. for dyspepsia. Indigestion. sore
eyes and for eruptive diseases. sores and
ulcer' on ijnin and animals. As a remedy
for thet.- troubles. I do not believe its
equal exifit. It is highly recommended by
physicians for a number of d:seases..
ZKLL GA-TON,
Jud ge of Probate Court. Butler Countv.


Si)ard at the Age of 119.
S KsoXViLL, March 21.-Aunt Fannie
White. aged 119 years, is dead. She
was born in North Carolinaand claimed
L' {to be the danghter of the chief of the
Cherokee I:,;Lians. She came here sev.
eral years a ) and has been an inmate
of the Marina Massingee Home for
Uld Ladies for the past six years.


ACTS GENTLY ON THE

KIDNEYS, LIVER

AND BOWELS

CLEANSES THE SYSTEM
LS,-EFFECTUALLY,


OVERCOMES.4 ,4 "'f

H4ITUAL COS TI


I'Panama Canal ('0ouumolsUioi.
NEW YORK. March 21.-Among the
passengers who arrived on board the
s* earner Finance, from Colon, were
General Hamoes and Edward Nave of
the Paiama canal commission. Lieuten.
ant R. T. Balknap of the United States
navy and Heury N Alien.
Killing at R:ver Valls.
GEOROkASA. Ala., March 21.-News
has just reached here of the fatal shoot-
ing of Mr. Hyneman by E L Moore at
River Falls. The trouble grew out of a
strike which is on at the large mill at
River Falls, of which Mr. Moore is
president.
Contract to BP Awarded Soon.
WasaIwoTOw, March 21.-It is ex-
pected thai the contracts for the new
i prison at Atlanta will be formally let
within the next two weeks and that it
will o to Griffiths & Wells of Chicago
and 1t Loula.


A CALL


For Democratic Primiaries and Con-


PERMANENTLIre1*II.
0 t 'keoved, T'hat a convention of thlie I1-rn
|IVEcTS. Icratic party of E-Catmbin county shall li
Stihld at Po) ltin lit 12 o'clock noon on thi
14 lth (day of April, li 0. for (lit pur-3ose 4W
.,,lE.'t l tiiig twelve (1 21i person, to reprsere
r 51 THE GENIMNE Maft' 0D bY l-iacntiba county at tih Ditrict t'ontven
j'i _- ..- FI" > .I on o1 n i iinal-t a caididate for Congre'.
** attlid for ths urpo of 4tt sito t w .lV, i
C } U |6 R N 1, perso11 S to r.r,,sont Klslonlbi county at
,siu'VrC res**c8 v v o lthe lWtate Colivn.tion at Iell ..in an'
^ CA Cn'3C. p -eft IIIVy be 1iti b: -V tll tate atld Coinl
frO AL t r ii o ~uttt r aTh& a t aPu orTL3 r-'.ioiitil l' 4.tot .. I !' urpo'- of ' lvctihii 'oIao nty Kxecu
tit\ t'oiillitt*'E to hold until thtir %uccts-
ticabourdl's NoW I'lse' Coipliet d. *or')r -hall he h -*Icted iti, :1I2.
COLUMVRA. S C., ,M trh 21.-The fin- 'I lip pnfnociito' repl.- lttinul ll h' pntitltl d tc
3i'- foi o'vniii. ic'pi-- iitaiuiio ait suid (ti-
ishing touches are be:ng ma-ie on the ty'.'iV'tiii
Seaboard's new line from Columbia to No. .. Kitxrii .i.
Cheraw, connecting the Lni;n line with N-.:. 3-.3ll:'.".V w
the Florida Central and Pininusular. N,,. .. It r1',- .
The first train to come ov -rIt1h new N,. 6.low 'iton ;
line arrived in Columbia today, the No. t, 7'iii' itarr! .i
bridge at Camden having been corn. INo.:. ;I'.T 'aprIit
pleted. No. 1'. ward At Holia',u 1
N 11, W a l lnu 1t Hill .1
II Irrible Crinit- In C.,rolln-. No. 1'e. Pen-ne'olat 12
JEFFERSON, S. C., March '1.-The o. P.en L........
half charred remains of Cissie Brown. Nv,. I't"lsti.ol" i''1
No i. leIPinevilhle.. 1
a woman of bad repltI, have been No. 17. ren t',
No. 1'1, hti) a'id
found in the woods. Thero was evi. N;. It'.. Molinoi
dence that she had be-n murdered. No) "i'. Flonmton ... .,
Harvey Jackson, John Jackson. J. T. 'For the piruosoofeIteitinttngdelegiatesfroIi
Steen and Ben Jackson, 11 white men, tlie veral precincts as above set forth anid
Steen and Ben Jackson, all white men, for t.he purpose of nomninating two canal-
are in jail as suspects. dates for tMe House of Representatives', for
-- lie ourpose of nominating a candidatee for
31amt* it-ling A4q motted. -HerstT, a candidate for Clerk of Circuit
Court, a candidate for Tax Collector, a can-
CINCINSATLr March 2i -Mamie Ret- didate for Tax Assessor, a candidate( for
ing, who shot Ed Grate on the street i'read rr. a canupdate for Count y Judgeb a
after he refused to marry her and legit. .t ruction). a candidate for County purveyor.
a c'a didate for Clerk of Criminal Court, a
imitize their child, has been acquitted candidate for Justice of Peace and a Con-
by the jury. The defense was tem- stabtl for '-coid Diitrict, a candidate for
---_-I'. ~:.lusticia of Peace for Fifth I)strict, can-
Sporary inanit.y. didates for three members of County School
*t ..... BHoard, a primary election of the Demo-
cratic voters of scambia county shall be
liolden between the hour. of 8::) a. m. and
6.:45 p. in. on Tuesday. the ithl day of April.
Sli.p an( for tle purpos- of conducting s aid
,.e(et iotn the* following Iispector-. aE(i clerki
S,, election aire Lterey se.eted andl ap-
pointi'd:
Sreciti't No. 1--Cha%. Andrews. Neil (age.,
W. D. Bell, inspectors; Archie Benton,
er.~it e t No. 2-A th frFiv'ey. Louri)ianils,
am,- ( a t y, i spt'ctor l; T. M. Scarrit,
i'lt rk.
FPr, cinet No. ::--Frank .S tn. 1). P. Wil-
. l nt il, En iectors: W W. DI)wiia,
--l^V Ii',. 'mlet No. t-\. il. liouila,. WM. L.. No-
,-. II e( dcrMa bf.z. i tiprCtors; W. A .'l-:
l 'r.,i'i t No. 5-(i,. i. If .i. Aii okn Hry-
astlt.~ A.I J. I.Ti-tee.. in-p etor; Louis Fratter,

l rk.
-ul ie'r No. 7-It. A. Lido. W. E. Tuvktr.
Mi.M. 1,.nterkin, Inpeectors; . W. sw r.t-
I' iz.ckt \lo. -A.T. Fillinzinm. HI. P. How-
mAmB e. If. F. C'rabtre-,, ln-p.'t.,r.. Taylor
4a lt i ', cl. rk.
it'i' \'cl' t No. 14-l,. I.S rowd,.r.A.... (1'ow-
THE BEST BF~1 SO(LI) IN W, t.' lyr. intpectors;.I. Z.bryar-,
AG ITP E A At-i'lct No. J--. F. .1,. ar, d..14p I{,ol-.
PENSA('OLtA. ts e.J. r b,.rsrs
nW in p". H1 '). a i. Ii t. .r, I. ii ry'ark.
Dainnheisser )rog., I, '- e.it No. iH-.J. L..'L. L.mi Mrion-.
I'tinilnon tall lp),ttoro ; J. Ht. leward.
el.'r IL.
AGENTV. -1 '0-oi ieti ..
Aso se!d by M. Perry ) r'lig R. htes. I'. "ct.N. i"l. lnAp.'"-; F. MIrsi.
clerk.
)I c li:.c t No. 14l-4rtlhony Ritra..A. H. Oli-
v Tr. L.. W. W' illiitiii.t, in p-ctor; John A
m e Jug iTraLCe Ai.trritt.celerk.
IPrecliict No. 13--.lant,- Wilkins, Geo. H.
Ttillnriark, C. M. C 0-lin. Insppctorni; J. T.
Is Our Specialt.._- ,' it>in'.,,erk. .,
''re-inet No. 1';- 1;. II ubbirdl Lake
Prom pt Dpliv cry : ul I I.ttf. ti otli r I; tul. i c. lrk.w m i ct r : J
Gtlarant'<,d. Fr,.'inci t %(,. 17-A. a;. ('opton, W \.
Kii,'i n. <-.rg'" liou. t, 'In ptcttol-; \'Wnl.
Dannheissvr Bios mt,. ,w.,,
Iarinlheiss-17 rf 131'S; 1recint't No IS--L. I Bnrwton.1).D.I-. Mc-
u .n man. cltI k.
41.1 Soutth I' lal fox St., Il,. 'iir t ~ -.1 rI.(I rin; ar, '. A. MI!-
A. .1. 1'! ia .in. Simp,.-torq ; F. MN. Wood.
Phone No. It1;. I'. (. ,Box 2 l. clerk.
PrI-ein't %o.' -i.-W H. Mayo. W,'n. Me-
Railroad Excllinre' l'P :it, 2;<. <".uthli-on. \\'ti. M. etCurdy. Mi.i' cto.'"
I. I'. 'lt.S lBr[.l, erl;.
. ..- t-,, votilt: *Mit lih pro>l:wt h0 all lt.' at
EVER. Y DROP N.. lO.-- .....>i H, k.
No :'--K jt'riaii'M a'ark.
.o .- a ,Su -. Stort-.
N ',. .-- I ~i IIl. ri'E li' '..
S1 ,,..,. --. itch, r ,t parl tl.
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N.. I -iaI pr t
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-. iI ,. . hs t htl e h i mal l wa at nf rt he: 'let
Pala.oX arltrJat. P t P.-i.t leted from -u 'a prmeet a

otatl f 'at the half vote. t
perfectly p Cr .. Purn. (dl~r mean a their poll tax* for the years 1aI4 and ii..
speedy recoveTr'. Poot' drug menall and eio ws|ll p.dge themselves to support
ttl," nomnne.-" of .aai rlnmary eNeton ani(
:t relapseC. Xu wlat' te 11t. ..et "std conventions shall he entitled and are
us flil your presriptio. anid stupply co.rdially invited to participate in said pri-
other n;e,!i2n.-.. X~ I. (if; n & C,, ary election, aad the said primary election
sa. sll bae h'ldn all wayt under the rules
"The Preseriptn,.iu l)r ij't," 37 -. nau re ulations a~ set forth in said ca pter
Palafox C tr~Tet. Pho,:e fc'. l.ri, aznd this committee shall meet at the
,itle, of the county jude in the city of
Pensacola. at IIo'clock p. m.. on the l12th day
SotUR YC'JRSELF of April. Tw. at which time and pla-e they
SNgg ( -" A; W ftar u.i..:,.', / will receive returns, caivatss the same
In I te.ay, I;- r, *U ,.'ltr |t,.,..? and announ('e the re-Lilt of said prinmary
4uanr.v drral..,, T. ,r elD.' .i,. C'lect(on. and the in'pectors above named
*** t* *t maur, ,f tt n ,. i r:,,-r,' r .e a Ei have then and there the returns of said
Preven, E '. Pv "I I, ; .. ,.,,.. i. ele** to .
** T'*4,Ei4te. t "'* '" Toe ballots to h. us,'d shall be printed orn
CIgaz t). 2 ld ty Ururgista, platsur ahit. paper, and shall have no Cis-
t.tt.A. p ,t : ..-. rapp,. tLngu-shing mark-.


3 1pr,


IlAN MUIRPH.


P. P A rin ax -


FrusBWJOD CUR&.
Am Offering Proving Faith to
fewer.


In Use For Over 30 Years.




Ohas. H. Turner.


+tARCHITECT I


-ANDI--


General Contractor

B uildi;g,. ] ':, irin,. ant.t i; l ( ;and ;r::t.- 'tiit I';. i ,
il i (t;I I- ,'ttit;I:.

A Complete Plumbing Department under: -1.
Management of E. B. Morey.
Ar) A rti-tit D-si gn E-tiinate-;. Pl.1n- a;in Spdc1fiic s:.
ing of All Kinds, Prepared on Short N.,ti*..
W IA Large and Carefully Sl.c:t (I Stock .f FSito :.
Tiling of Xll Kinds, Bath Tubi, Clo-,, t sand Ii u sehold Ai .\i
Hot Wat,.r atid Gas Fixtures.


No. 19 S. Palafox St.


:: Telephone No. 345


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Citizens National Bank
OF PENSACOLA.


HILTON GREEN,
PRESIDENT.
E. WELLES,
VICE-PRESIDENT.


JOHN F. PFEIFFER.
It. M. BUSHNELL.
ASST. CASn:Hi.


DIRECTORS:
T. E. WELLES, WM. FISHER.
of E. E. Saunders & Co.
K. J. WHITMIRE, JOHN F. PFEIFFER,
L. HILTON GREEN.


RIX M. Rol'-l "- '


A General Banking Business Transarted.

yesreas' Accounts Handled on Favorable Terin. ;:*:
Change IBought and 801o, Colloctllc!
PrGmnptivy attended To.

ACCOUNTS SOLICITED.




The Star Laundry,


THE PIOHEER LAUORY OF EST FL ORIDA


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Our Address
i EIwayi3" asked tsar w!i. wi
le- beauty (If t lie t' I
hif re i-, (Iijplayeti o,11
stlIIIR'r FICONT. 4 )1.1
AND) (UFF'

art, alw'ap; reliaild.. :arl- I r
never fail to ,.j'u*(.iip*
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A LFL WORK C, 0, D.
TMALEPHONZ 114. 37 Z. GARDMIEN
Or--GQOOS CALLED FOR AND DELI V1YJED FREE.-Va
WALKER ING-RAT-AIKt Ianaf~er.


ESTABLISHED 1863.


McKENZIE OERTING & CO,,
0 DKALZAS IN 0

Ship Ghandlery and General Hardware.
608 AND 600 S. PALAFOX STREET.
--AL4310 c'rW-- --
REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEBLING'S O\'- "
GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUBBEL & BON'S PL'M3"
$un, bringi, puits. Ills, iutitiS lIdtrumDtf Shits, ich'rs mi
COMPAW. LOO W'WEC.
C. McKenzie Oertin (Collecting Agent for Bar Pilot- HIr';, -
ciation.


TRY TIE iiwS' WAIT COLIMI'


Suf.


for Infants and Children.
Castorla is a harmless substitute for < (C'-tr Oil. p1r.
goric, Drops and Soothinu Syrups. t its 'h...i.. i .
contains neither Opiumn Morphine nor other .i, .
substance. It destroys Worms anti all.ayt l'eri. ,
It cures )iarrhmea and Wind Coli'. It reli,,..s I .
ing Troubles and cures Constipatlon. It re-iiil.it.
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy anil imatir.al -
The Children's Panacea-The 3lother's Fritund.

The Kind You Have Always Boi'.
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 1900.


u 5 ONLY MILLIONAIRES
I.. r n ,Ie MaL.'e A bout W-3.000 a
S, ..r I In I *>ur 4 at.iomters.

li it.i;:: ,. thie ro .iid l )f

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n -k i,,: *t i eN 't tc i z:e'nter t *.tl,1 ,lo In ,<>T t:!rt e" e;t&ho le. a t
I ,- c ar-i ri.. ,l -car.' it I. very
.=. l>;d l'-'>bl, s ;,ct htLh ry lie' gel.s
'- nl\\:iy- a lt.. - T'u. Id
"- ', r., t+ Cf s:il)ir#e. .' ciu l I.o a t Trn -
" l r. Arn ,';;:-. te a i rnth; IMr.
cI p7.'.. Mr. Al..4 e -t,,c $?-k and Mr.j
u'l~'nlk. N' I .Ail cf thete gtentlenen
',: .- te.ir lrI .a4f' o. irt.er thopl. and
1 op..,h .:i *'! 'iipelq l with the f nest I
A.r s. ST '. strlps,. Sltmpsl. ,. ugs and
re 'iiir!te.~- i of a first class ton- -
c p-rl,,r Ie. h.tinows the turn of
v thi.;- *er c li'.. pl't'nis. a.'d There
I r any lk'-k alenut razorn with a

Sla't ,rec I--C l n fl ,!. Mr. A nor! iur'

i. ,1nii mte that gc-fntl-*':. Fr"'sF resl-
l I 'lfcr!u::. hi' liUn< not l,'n
ic up weo ,,aly NMr. Arni our l.'
e sI',nve-e l.y ,- o' ei,.'k and oftfn
UIrci tI!, I .*I '. I 'r: :ti :e ::\. c. r"f i n)fit.
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f h r .. :c h :ic -c1'-!, i s t co e "-Mr, .
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A:p.i tento'y ot of lhi, work.
,t',eiihk' Io' r Ids no mr i ain ls
:i\" '' er iagn. clo-c' teo .?t.is.s fcor
.t .hir c'l t lock. This hme solhe
-. '*i nago Int' now devote.s
*' !:tiln tuo tlie four millionaire
Sf .'r ar:., several fine horses.-
Inlter ( OeUi.




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A attifaetlory Item.
.. r re;ghb-.r's herd to pleas;
w i'. U tickt I'vim not the >*.e
12 ;i. ,nd h t alk e of wortoc
S ..riststinl!y (ompaTinJg.
I ,'im t cannot o1h &bnied
'.. f a tiny at he's tlaiing
H. really aqItte scer mttard.
--Chicaeo leeward.


A< t,'irgain, 76; acres i13 tntler
Itid cultivation, the balance
ii i 'd of a mile north of Cor-
Try th Prk with 4-rm ho barn
Iwo. cmablen. Price $Eki). For
". r mfcirtation. a apply to WV. R.
;.;',--,,n place, or J. E. Dubuis-
A Rr,,.. city. 13mlti


DURHAM Cigars are
the finest 6 cent smoke
Try them at D'Alem-
berte's.


CASTOR IA
For Infata sad Children.
The Kim Yu Haie Auam Bega t
1 a.s tne il S^ '
-^ .:ure of Cag S774 e^44(


1AL INSURANCE
-ND-

Seal Estate Agents,
'F.KN WOLA. FIAM
*% T TWENTY-TWO OF THE
'% FIRE, LIFK, MARINE.
NT, FIDELITY. PLATE
SAND STEAM BOILER IN-
S.AN'c (COMPANIES. .... *

:. Aents i0ft liEitable

issiraic hcitW of the

Jliti Slat.
I'-LMProiNMWcao4-=arrrn.


The Best


Washing Powder.

Housework is Hard Work Without it
Ia__e ... m a i


Value of Conulrshlpq.
"Totn m;:tix." mid a i:; e', Illinois
enOlr,'-ss uin in Il.- L : r.;-t:Iiraruut
at o I.' cjitol. "wlt'; ;. i :: T a chanct.
to I," :L e'a .-:l for -" :;t'd States
b.... t a :! .:y ( ty. <,:i *;'' there'
are n':tt.. fietcrv ct*':::rc Io n1ie t
try for thel ffl ii, :.;:; ,. it:; l-. Leave
tt.1 :;i for th %' ,ei .:i *. ', i w hern-
t,,' l;- i q is murky. t'for l . :-e lv inc-e s !<
l:vely. .and many a ci !i 'Zclin1wt is se"t
to 1tii, unitedd States. TL.s meallns fee-.
an-i fees miea a good in<-oiiie for the
**,>n-.ul."
In tie 'coiure of his chat the con-
gr -i:smain niiad' the general statement
that onsuls who are making the most
lutili".y froin fees are the quietest, most
uts of the government. 'They do not set
up claims for a salary instead of fe-es,"
he aaid. "Oi, no; but like the wise
boy where the raspberries are thi,'k
they let the world forget, so far as pos
able, that they are on earth. IAet a
consular office be changed from the fee
to the salary system, and It at once
becomes alluring to a voracious lot of
aspirants. Home one finds out per-
haps that the political support of this
particular consul sl weak. and them n-
fluence is used, and soon there is a
change.
"One of the most profitable consul
ships is that of Liverpool. The salary
h $6.es'KO. but the fees bring the emolan
ments up to several times that amount,
and a generation ago the Income of the
connil at Liverpool wa-s $ 0,010 a year.
This has twen reduced hy abolishing
fee's."- ittsburg Dispatch.
-'aitrly Good Time.
Stcati e around a Topuka railroad
lutichi 'ouinter the other day were fuur
old Sauta Fe engineers. They were
telling of fast runs. 'lihr'ee of them b had
told the-ir stories. "'The Iat.test run I
ever i;ded'." said the fourth, afterr lis-
tciL;;ng to t 1' lies tof thte ot PI'rs, "wa3s
letwee n Topeka and lEmporia not long
ago. It wais a bright mnoo1light night.
W\e were Ibhind v. lien we puIlled out of
T'op'ka Lnd had urdcrs to miake up all
lost tiiii. IN-twei here and Empiloria.
After reaching the top of t'e 'Pauliue
hill I pulled the throttle wide open andl
let her g.,. The old engine fairly ate
Up the track. \When we stoppei.'d at
Limpria. I look,'d back :a Iile or so
and saw something Iblack approach-
ing us. I could not think \- hat it was.
I watchei-d it closely. Finally It came
uip opei.,sitc the engine and stopped. It
v ::s tl'c shadow of the train."-Kiansas
City Journal.

GOING DOWN lHilAi.
People suffering from kidney di?-
eoses feel a rraiu'tl but s teudy lo s
,f vitality. Theov should l-h oe 1
time in trying Folev's Kidney Cure.
It 1- guaranteed. W. A. L'Alem-
be rte.

Five Thousand Rolls
of Wall Paper in stock, all of thela-
tsA.t patterns, and more coming.
Pt ices from Mc to $1.76 pler lll, J. E.
R)sK & Co.. No. 11 N. Pulafiox
Phone : 32. 24f-tf


1M T K1 Yo H Anys


We will launder your spreads for
15 cents each and make them look
like new. Star Laur:dry.

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


THE


FAVORIT


Place For Pensacola
Buyers to Buy


Choice Family


GROCERIES

-Is AT-

The Well-Known,


Up-to-Date
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Store


GOLD DD8T


can lleviate the serious condition of WAlTEI.
the people.
TheY, MO. For. candler. utd ti buy Ill ulll of Set1Ill
Senator Chandler has been absent Bud FerltrI, llrckudls, fc.
from the senate for a week or two. and
therefore the nwspaptr men mnourn. 1ddrmS BCe 142.
Senator ('handler 1.4 a mnan that t1 -- -
avera,, e (orre-pe-,nd*nt aipe;.l,; t e for a J. I. Stephens has a large assort-
"'good sto y." But. m111'-, t tathis. ni ut of Solid Sterling Silver and
he had a way of< c-n:u:in.- the sntti R o-r's. Knives. Forks and Spoon
in a lively i-lbate aiil t,),k it away -
from t iii dlull anud lihav ru;t which i it PROFEBSpIONAL CARDS.
solmI iltn< fal!s into. HI.e al wa ,-
".Illade ... is. the ku.I of a .rv
na n.hot Dr. Mareei meimarv


*to J -vp tIn Id*. \ 8 l I [ t | n \
ly Mc t--cna.or Cha.dler Mia"ed. t g'ive ,t li',t;::'':c'y atd .i"'. l,-
RfnaIlry OetweeC ('iltiea. sidj1 he knoiivs w\.it i'.; gIik t(l. amlJ
\A.\s:INCGTON. Mareh 22. -f Special.]- with this futll! of i:Of'r'i.:V*hLa :nLd his
The ilaon of the majority party in con- epigra.inna;h: way if tnriu; It lie al-


gr.-s for dealing with the Philippine
- umntion is already marked out. By
ri.i ;'tig what is known as the Spoon-
*.- l;!l the senate P'ililpplue committee
lias unlii'ated a purpose to leave the
whole matter with the president, inak-
ing hIds power iu the premises as great
as jt would i-e If thi. islands should re-
iain under the present military (-ou-
trol. There are niany Itepublicaus In
'onigrss who wish most heartily that
the s.in' Iiilicy had beeu adopted In
".-.scct to Porto Itiio. as the affairs of
lhat litlh, island have. occaione-d more
trouble ii the Republican amnip than
all ,oth-r problems onimbine(d. Senator
Eikinz. in 'liseusshing the lnitter. said:
."'irto 1;.''o0 is one cf our -chiliren now,
Atnl we. a.re liko a minthler who may
Ie awvare tlht her child is liot all It
should le,. yet loves It and will seek
to taki the' best f(iare of It. We niay
not think that I'orto Iti'o is the best
thing that ever came to the' United
States." he said. "bhut we have got her.
and the people are, deternilnd that she
shall I", treated right. Another thing,
it is useless to talk about releasing the
Islands of the Pacific. The lust of pos-
session has taken hold of us. We will
hold all we possess, all that we have
acquired. No nation voluntarily sur-
renders territory acquired as a result
of war or purchase. The only thig to
do now Is to give them the bhet govern-
inent we can and to trvat tbem as well
as we can without Injuring our own
people. Until there are devv'klopent
which will give us more Information
as to the best course' to ltpuriue in the
government of the islands both P'orto
Ri-o and the Phlilippines should be
left with the presidlout."
But It I* Too Late.
While t11re. nare lnh'iity of nien In
congress. who a.nree with Mi'. Elkins.
their majority believe that it is too late
te take- that course with Perto Rlico.
T'Ihe house liha\ig gone so far as to
pals a P'orto ITican tariff bill. espielal-
Iy after the tiere'st storm thatt has. ever
SWvl't over t O rli's.. Ilie Itrpublican
tl aders in both htius< t ini l el.ate know
that they iiust ,; on uand ithe'r acceptt
fre t irade or 1i111 thril'ogh lthe llhoUse
lill. All : ,t st te, .hi track legisla-
lontin P t' \\ 1 t i obj do inot ;:i1it 140 'iii \ ;.' V fl'roii a dis.
a.cre ;.e l'- t! 1it alil lo,is.t i|in i are so
<-o'l-:;:'.:* 1. thatlll tif I,.'efer to lou That
w\\h h l I I i jarndel'l :s u, i p1lP it:I" \ ith
th -' I :i r tlh i !.:in I plv ''ied illn an
atii1t': i" of ;'. : n ::!w; :ti ! l-.lkin .a .- tiani ii' !.' wh h* matter
i, not left' wi iv tli iileshle'n!it I' 5D1tll 1 t e''1 i l . tle til I ;ht!
t]ill I : *I : i'r L:r L < aI u .1:1llI it
*':cht 1.e .,' ,e *,'re- ei,(I. 1t:1 liti :11i .)! i': sv1
tli dilli. !:i;y is t.o t 1.',l ,out j 1'.z w hatt
I q.-tt to d 0. and it is t-lw tn 1.r 4 -ffqort

how I i tsa Jl itiftr-illatiou is :a.s )o 1. w
'-iil a.tli(.i < :.;-:.11g illn the ilan;;l of
P'orto Ii ais 'nlit 'cfd by lih'cla'rni
tions o(if s orithat tl(' tariff is a.bso-
lutely nue''-sary as a Ineans of raising
reveutie :laid will ilmponei no great hard-
ship tgIou the people, and directly e.on
trary declarations. on tho other hiand.
that free trade I," the only thing that

Eugene J. Hall, the poet aitd pub-
lisher. says that one d(Fe of Folev's
Honey and Tar restored his voice
when hoarsen,-.s threatened to pre-
vent hils lecture at Central MIustic
Hiall. Chicago. Nothirg else a-
good.-W. A. D'Alelnberte.

DBeank Thi Kitd Yu Him Pla Bys t
Siguatur n

THilE OYTIE SEASON.
T"e oyster In his bed of ooue.
l aked with a start from his summer
snooze.
Opened his shell. and s>e:d. with a yawn :
"I ft-er that our '-a-on of .l 'f-ttv 1 i goe.
For my pleasalnt dreams went' dloturbe'd by
t he jar
That is itiwsy cails(l by thbe letter H.
And I knew by the keel of that hideous
That sonie of u< shortly will he in he soup!"
And so they will for the lcloop was
filled with the finest and fattest.
This sloop was ?ent out by Nick
Apostle and the-o choice oysters are
now for sale, done or raw, ready to
chaw. :t his rest: uratit. You can
iret them by the plate, dozen, hun-ll
dried, harrel dray load, wagon lead
,r car lod. Owin, to the rush of
bu-ine-s the servinieof reirtlar meild-
will be discontinued after this wr-k.
bt;t -i'eciail irt|lr-> will l)- sirv.sd at
thy hit-cr ,of the day or igl't.


If w ,,a, ,reready, to .r'o to
hous-A'epw lt ./lfarstfrl
VFin i/.I ishfuri r 4i your //1,ouse
t'oiThe w/i.Ti,~ill? save ou
Ynlonel C!.)*Fourecrcdit is 000(1


JOHN McDAVID,


TZ & CO REAL ESTATE AND BROKERAGE.
X CITY PROPERTY. FARMING
AND TIMBER L,ANI)S
4-120-122-0 FOR SALE.

E. Governmrfnt Street, 0oans Plteed at Seasonable Rates


TELlJr'uNME 261.


24 East Government Street.


way civ I ;te'. tws paper icll a.
"lead" s t t!,'t tli.y <'-anl .i'rvc sole-
thing fl'<-!: fi'or thli r nndIrs iof th ir pa-


I -I .# %IW0%
Phusiclag 2nd Surl n

Iltijdtn'e, 2s We-st 'gregory 1-'treet
Mbono-hIV?.
l'la~ffux kt ree*t. Phone :.71:


rs. :1i ir 'i.,r will be given DT. Wx. C. DcY.
thl I "';a. 4 I lh %v!" when he re'tur-.s to
W:V;hii:i :,. !,ilI it i- earnft 'Aly iiuI'wd FFIOE-Hanh Bro.' Drugtore.
that it wil ,, ith r t health and O IO-a h Bro. r Store.
vig. A .er of BPSTDENO--400 E. Jackson Stree

Rpor.-st.a-v- t.' usLhai::tin avns speak -
inz the other day of the rivalry that
exists b :n the cities of Seattle WIn. Maean, .* U.,
and Taecurnj and sail that this rivalry
evin e xt,:,.N' to th famous mountain Homeo0atlbic Patys12n an Sunrgo,
in VW'a.i>;iii;tou so Ion know' as Mount
"Tl'cn'.;: "*d now << signal on the Late of (Ohala, Fla.,
I1ps n.< M :o;;lt Itanier. *"'I as mnk- Offers his professional services to tbe citl-
zeno of rensaeola.
In;g a trip. hlt-k into the state a little Especial attention given to the treatment
way." lie said. "and b(c-tnie involved of Chrenic lDilseases and l)i-,'ases of
Women and Childrtn.
In conversation with a gentleman oil Thirty Ye.ars practice in the South.
the train. We looked out of the win- tfice Ilouis:-9 a. mu. to 12 in., 2 to 4 p. m.
dow, and hv. pointing to the mountain Kesidence Phone No. 120.
and calling my attention, said. 'Behol Mount Taeolna.' As we progressed a
little farther and the train stopped at -
a station he again interrupted the con Dr Wi/mer 8 Ha//
prersation. saying,. "(nce more, behold j Dr Wimer Hll,
Mount Kent.' On the third stop It was
Mount Ranier. but with each change DENTAL SURGEON,
of station he had a change of name, M tolic Tfml. Phi0
which only gXos to show how jealous Mis uic Templ. Pi. s 23.
thbe people of the various Washington -
(ttlie and towns are of their famous u ilUnrrln nnnn vin f


mountain. But to me it shall ever be
Mount Tacoma."
AaNTtnm W. D wN.
How's This!
We offer One Hundred Dollars re-
ward for any case of Catarrh that
cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
Cure.
F. J. CHENY.. & Co., Toledo, 0.
We, the undersigned, have known
F. J. Cheney, for the last 16 years,
and believe him perfectly honorable
in all business transaction" and
financially able to carry out any ob-
ligations made by their firm.
WEST & T itAX,
Wholesale Druggists. Toledo. 0.
WAL>IN(o, KINNAN & MARVIN,
W lie-,lale Druggistq, Toledo, 0.
all's ( Catarrah Cure is taken in-
ternally. acting directly upon th,
baood and mucous surfaces of th,
system. Price 7bc. per bottle. noic
by all drtuigists. Test imonials free
liall's family pills are the b,,4t.

Sa the The Kid You Have Always Boug
aigatuira
of La47ZV- &

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

In tih, First Judicial Circuit ,f Florida.
Circuit Court of Escamnlia county. in
>hiat.cery.--iill for Divorce-.
.1attl.t-J. Watson.Complai1nant,
vs.
l:n'I h Watson. liefe>n(ant.
"rl'. l, fiii&ant, Ralph Waitson.n 14 required
to iplear to the above b'l ,f torn inlaint,.
i.dr1 lie-rein. on Monday. May 7th. ]1'.14
"1 n. fur .'ii.,ht vo-uec'utive weeks. In the Penia-
Cett IAII.1 N 'ws. a newspaper i)tliillihtd
in tli ty of l'rensacola, Florida.
A. M. M, Ml LLAN.
C('ler tCi 'l it tCourt.
Ity Ii1. H. 1HIKTON.
D eputy Clerk.
I'. n.~t'la Fla.. Feb. -2. li")). niloawSar

In th- l'ir't Jtudicial ( ircult of Florida. (ir
cuit 'c iil't of -seabla County-Int iiLtiau-
cery--lill to Foreclose Mortgag'.
I.ouii Boley. complainant, I
V.
La/zie a Waite. is an Individual,
and a adnd.iistra' rix of the be-
tat.' ef Fred! t. Walte. deceased. I
Erni st F. Waite. Fred C. Waite, ,
lizzle Ann Waite. Janie Waite,
Florida Walte... It. Brown and
.Minttle Brown, and J. II. Eller.
trading as J. Ii. Fller & Co., de- I
felndants. J
The defendants. r.rnet IF. Waite and J. 1'.
Elier. trading an J. II. Filer&A Co., are r,-
quir.-d to apti-ar tit the hill led Ngaian t


HtUtKU SUlU. & UU.,

WHOLI E ROOCEIS,



Palafox Stret,

Pensacola, Florida.



BARGAINS
--IN--


Real


Esta e.


A/,' wl t-liyv lD' O)ere ;of land north
$1000 of thocity and west of (4ouldlng.
$2000l"will 'huy acrft atl.uioiiiin city
$3000 will uy four t() olid block
$3000 and l ft t. hastvell rooil house
'hils property li in New City.
r wil0 l buy 7A nc'e s bhletween 1i41
$4000 nyou and llttCe Bayou. Thiv
pro peirty ha-awe!'r front on tihe bay; alsoI
)a rilg Bayou and Littli Hayou.
$5m0n will buy one of thee best re,6l
i V$5000 diene's on W'et Hill. situated
oin -treet car line; has IP rooms and all niod-
,nri conveniences.
$6000 will buy lot with 1"9 ft front on
i Phlatfox tstret. south ef <4.regK-
ory. 'his can elt initi diately utilize-d for
buitinstS purposes.
$7000 will buy lot with :. ft front on
$ 0 regory and :i ft front on Al-
ranilz and I ie ft front w Wright. This
property li nan nice cottagt. oe It, and there it
plenty of room to build a dozen houses more. '
$8000 will buy a handsome resldenc(
$8000on Enst Or,-.goy between Pala-
fox and Tarragona streets.
$9000 ? will buy am ) a.r, farm with
i 0gWW ood houseand farm iutldlugs
Elegant property for truck farming and
(lairy purposes. This place is Just outside
the city limits.
t 1h ci t 1Iiini w ill bu y a lo t in the b u sin ess
$10000 part of the city with 1 feet
front.


J. E. Stillman & Co.,

East Side of Plaza.


H. A. WATERa,


Batcher and Green Grocer.


,t-i n 1,Iitqeemia,,,it le I,.Itton .%pri :.A. l'.. PH O N E 1 2-
.,mt. PHONE 172.
Tlihi order to he pubhisb-d once a week f< r Fresh Tennessee and Native Meats,
fur cnecutv w.k In TlH PKK!SACOII A re ennesee and ative Meats, Ihe,
Il inl.v Nuws. a newspaper pubitshed in tLe Chickens and Country electi
-Itv of PeulInacola. for thb
A M. CMII...AS. Produce Daily. tion o
e'l-rk < circuit ('uurt;
i .VM. Hy H.. H i .rop. r Shop, Rear of Johnson & Son's Store,
Deputy 'lerk. :
',e :sac.cla, .la., Feb. ;N. E, .. Iuioaw4w INTENDENCIA STREET. At ti


of the
the ac


Three RCeular

leals rach Day

25c~ Each.


ON EUROPEAlt PLAN. .;. -


Restaurant Attached, Open Day and $ight.

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

Special Orders at Any Hour.
RATES:-From $1.00 to $1.r, per Day. LODGING:
.".15 and 19S 8. South Palafox Street. Pensacola. I loridla / 25 and 50c




Foundry d M.achine Shops,
CENTRAL WHARF, CO)R. JEfFERK-N AND PINE STREETS,


Telephone 346.


-:- Pensaoola, Fla.


PATTERNS. CASTINGS. LUMBER TRUCKS, SMALL KILLEDED
Car Wheels. Wood and Iron Pulleyv, Hanger., Boxes., Etc., Manu-
factured to Order in First-Clas Workmanlike Manner at Reason-
ble Rates.
Dealer in Machinery, Fittings and Supplies for
Stationary and Marine Application.


Convention Call.
The sixteenth annual meeting of
the Woman's Christian T'emperance
Union of Florida, will be held ik
Gainesville, April 3rd. 4th and th.
The fir.t srssimoi will i) at 3: p. m..
of Tuesday the third.
Miles Belle Kearnev of Flora,
Miss., will give the convention ad-
dress, adding interest to the occa-
sion. Ai.ici: C. HIOWN.
SARA J. OLENN. President. -
Recordig Sec'y.
EMIM


PLAN OF THE MAJORITY


How the Philippines Will BE
Dealt With.


PR'lSIDENT TO HAVE FULL POWER.


Senator Elktmo on the Porto Rican
Turiff-Iasues That Mast De Square-


Vor Tax As'seear.
I hl-ro..by announce niyve If a- a caLndidat
for Tax Aosep ior iof F-ctm'llhi.a 'touillty. Bo-
Ject to the action of the. lleirm'oratli prbka-
rn,-. It fi'ctd I ,i*p-I t to iae.t the appro-
batie-n of the. tax paye-rN anri %ili do I'
duty in -vv-ry d-etail as I ol wi hen I hbld
theotlice before.
( et. Itaal.
ForTax Amnewier.
Trio candidacy of Wil'amn W. Iltiharde IS
hereby announced for re'- lctcon Ia la as-
sevpcsr for E.qtanuhla county. iu1)jectto ( f
aitioin of the democratic prinmarsai.
F'or Counly Treaburer.
I announce my.I-f amt a cadisdaft for"
the ofift-'P of (o'unlv Treamure-r. *sb) el s
the action of the demiocratlc primary, ats
ask the support of Imy friends.

For County Treasurer.
I hereby announce myself as a candidale
for renoinination an treasurer of KEsamble
county, subject to a decision at the eselnag
democratic primary election, and reeeMf-
fully solicit the support of the voters of Sie
count, pledgiing m)'elf for the future 100"
.ame faithful performance( of duty tWha I
have endeavored to lulflil during mH paW
tenure o f the office. J. W .F*Au.


For Juatiw e f Ihe Peace.
rrehy announce my candidacy for re-
on to tbhe olce of Justice of tbhe PeS
e Hlecond Ilistrlct. subject to the a2-
f the' nominating pilimarle..
IRt UKIM Jo1NWS.
For Juslice of The Peace,
be suggestion of numerous frifgt e I
y announce. my candidacy f ir tW
iPeac of second ditrict. subjeego
tlou of the nomiititinn primariee.
JAMR itK. LAInItF-e.


-'or Bchooil I- upIertnvendent.
I am a candidate for 'county supertone*
dtent of public Iat ruction uhje.t to 164
lde.moeratlc primarionl. I riespe-tfully e*
licit lh suffrag., of th.- F.-'ctlniesa Conlty
voters for the atb... -.ial,.-il poimfBn.
J %vr M. TATBI.


l'eor %w-s'ht I isupe-r IiiSeiIIest.
To theo Voter. cef .- :-canreai 4 ceouintv:
I lrebay rannounlce ml .--If a anidla*' te
-4ipc-rintenrldent eof I'tili.- I i-itrirllon tee
,;'<--nilhirt ci lnly titrl eask ii ri-. pp >rt ofy
frielind and \ot.i r."tn-it+iv.


I I. HElL..
Fl'or isp. rliswneridl is, I lnhtalic 1~.
skl ricit ei.
I,, c.: .. V ,lt-r f J .-.-' itiil t ; 't '.* nt : I
to it c II: I iTrl C | I f t cit i !6'.- fe r fe
t li r.lii :'e :1.r-c ii.' I 'iI II.' c J tI i rbrITl a
: ;.'h ; p'.t'n.h '..i-t : t ,ll: HI.I IIl fI'
',.5-,-. l ti. :ii, t.- O'(, rt of ny friends
Tr.';, V,,t r- ,' r ll it tli 'rcimieto d rmo-
'rat' p1 InIar. '-i'-i'r'i N I xll t )f .
IFor imeilm-t-r e-im ol oarrd.
tv thi.- r, l-i--' f f ...'- !- I ti r .-V aO -
i itr 'c.- ittv -r'rIt'l f i"r iI. r i r c.f t4-
lr::'r < -i'.rit" .; '.nc- I~( th''oii'icf rrhwr "
c I, .- ter 11 I i ; I : c. ''
A P, i A-r I I f i .
f r i i or IIn leer ae i io l-l'tlll o t ie t I:- ir. ic rei-,u-t iof frt nlsdg.
I .ctvx' 0c-ca'l, 'I tee n. ;l,. c* C c>U'- a '-"tidultll
;,r iIc-,I t-.r, ee Ir .- "*ft,.ci h,, vr % e 0f ', .: m bift
cc,*intV i. !i'.c ','l tee t~i'- c tn icfl l f l-fcn d flian
rrt;..- priutWirc-,D. i'; ,Aai
le'or .Meinli-lr c-e'h'-l leanil.
Th- frie-nd< (if Mm. J. I; 'trwA; IOt f Wa-
'lut H.i1. Itxt\! ri -m -'(rr.e hbi c ro w ,
h-ophv rinotun tier of the Escarnmha <,intDv f-'hoi sni
for the northern t11-tr ct. *thj4ct to tbhe t -
tlon of the deiu(ncratIc primaries.


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LODGE DIRECTORY

KNIGHTS OF ryxm&AAS,
Pennacola Lode,. No. K. of P.
meets every Monday e?~e
ing at 7:30, at Castle llal.
n tllutctlnson hall. Wer
Visiting brethren oordnally
welcomed.
H. JUDEVIsR.
II. HORMSI.C. C. C.
K. K. & 8.
W. O0. W.
Live Oak Camnp No. Woodmnaan ofthe-
World.
Meets first and third Friday night la
eac month. Visiting sovrreignt ordt-
allv Invited. W. W. WATSON.
. TilAME. Clerk. C.C.


POLITICAL ANNOUICEIE?. "

For lRepresentative.
I hereby announced' mve'lf a, a candidaMi
for llepreetntativ- of Fe''lhilha countly,-
Frlorldln, in tlh I' slal t re. ubjfe 't to tile
deImocsatiC primaries.
C. Mo aNo Jo.n1 .
For ltepre-s nmatlve.
I ht.r.-ty announce tiiy-i-fo as a cnd:.te.
for lfpresenitative of Fscailinla m ,t ainty tin
the Iei-i i iiinrIes.
J. l"M11l %VoLIrl.
For sheriff.
I hereby announce myself a- a '*ndkita.
for Mberlff of KNcambla County. and rv-
sp*ctfully ask the support of my frlesae
and voters of the county. If .le'ted I wilt
discharge the duties of said office elteteatly.
fairly and impartially.
W.B H i trciIIow.
Vor Sheriff.
I hereby announce myself as a candid1e-
for re-election to the. omftl. of sheriff of Ms-
cambia county. rlorlda. and sslisiit theslsf
frages and Interest of all my friends.
For Sheriff.
I hereby announce myself a candidate Ibr
sheriff of Escambla county at the em9 lg
election. J.'. VAN PELT.
For Clerk of the Cirenit Court.
I hereby announce myself as a candidate
for re-election as clerk of the circuit eooS*
of Escambia county at the ensuing eleelet
and ask the support of the voters.
A. M. NcMILIrw
For C'ircuil ('lerk
I announce niv tandlidney for 4 "erk of bth
('cilruitl t'ourlt of *,)'u.i tll .-untv. suhi)etP
to the action l f tl lrria oiih II.'ni .u ratsW
primiarie. K. E 1.. l' sIIILL.
'eor C'ircuilt Clrk.
To t he Voter. of .:caneila i I .tnty
I hereby arinoul.ce mnv.4-f a tcauidate oIr
the ot~el' of le'rk of thi ir.-ul, t eourl of
lE,,atihiits rotntv a ie d i ill t>- 'ldl -etd
lihave the tipplort of iiv fr:endd an4 the,
voter,> g-nerally. J,,iIN >,K I.% K'A.
For Tax Colle-tlor.
I hereby announce nivmelf as candida o
for re-el-etlon as Ta x i'o letor ef Kwami-
tia cotility, itid ak the iupport of My
friends and voters general .
A. H. II'ALIMHKT1 .
Fior Tax collector .
The many friends of .Judge V. H. Honlfta
having obtained biq con-ri'i I hereby as-
noUine bin) h a* a 'intidiatefe>r TaxSi olIhefo*
of E cnmbla county at the enltiir tetlelila.
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 1900. 5


LOCAL NEWS NOTES


,, ,.,d jr4n%,,, d.'. t'rl i-,R /-
,, t ,r. tterdI c, dqre**:.
I. J ,',-
S ,:,i;.- of (i;u :e'-boro. T< ni..-
1,.-rel.a:.;-.
Si. iain of ]ti 4 inoud.
-, .- -t' a: the Escambia.
S .l ili.o-'i of (ieorgiaua,
,.u--t u .t the Merehants.
w.tri L.. Pttanley of New Or-
t-s-lt,.ping- tt!he Escambla.
h J<,!,-il-ol of llopkiucvillp,
'.i lI[x !ie Escaliibia' gu-t=.
ha li-. It. Parkhill went to
y-te.rday to attend court

'\ I -~oMtimanid wif.- of Moline,
-;-:,-red at the E-cambia yeet

S R.. M. Bushnell i's now choir
Sof the First Presbyterian

i f liouald-on of Hanover, Pa.,
. -t.reerd ut the Merchants this
ttNe.1
'-I r-. F-rd. rick Joni- returtied yes-
* ;.iy from a va-it to re-latives in
\ .-;,cial ri eting (of th- (C'.ntral
. I-- Cout' cil will ),e held to-night
S. o'clo k.


'. W. Megitte of Valdo-ta, (;a.,
1 .1.(i. Megitt-, of Pofrt-min-uth.
.. ait.- at thi e. -:-camlli .
.AI. impiortaut ineeting of the P n- t-
,. ,*l;i Yachlit'lub will bt- held at St.
,-, pl hall at '- o'clock to-night.
Ti 4 Hi eight Ief. CoI. ;adv'-rti-es inI
i- i--ti for t id- for furnishing
-; with 1 i.. co! A- of .'e.d pillne

i W Z. :! of (t,.ir le--to'n. S. C.,
: 1 ( '-:at, ,t, N.-w Orlh-arti-.
..i+ a't ,ti l,-d.. '" 7ilf- t- at ht
I re: A.:-.
Mr-. S er Hi rne lhad the mi-f.or-
t;Itie- % ,.id. v of stf.llppl:l wt i(. ;, -n rated li-h r foot and ill
"'n-tta painful woiuid.
Mr. M. N. Howell. the well-known
tir l.te builder, hlas a ;"-w adver-
-, i!,-uit in to-day's NE .w. tf,
S." to find it and read it.
.1J idze McCullagh was engag-d
tIorninril Iem hei-arinl: a !-tilt r.row-
out of thil r ec-nt loanikruptcy
-- of He-rlin & A litiibr .
I or th" accoiinmodation of those, 4
-idenit- along the dumaniy line who
S-Ir- Ito :atteiad the (crcus or The
v at thile opera house. a late train
.1 be. run teo-night.
C'.oope-r4- C& s' IRuilroad show is
o.-: T"lih te-nit is pitched on the lot
.-t we-t of thle cu-tout house, where
i't* rinoonl alld niigt performance c
v ill b*- oave-n lto-day, to-morrow and
- t I -rdayv.
Sii:u.leii Ellis of Molino. bound
v,-r y ,-t#erday by I.". Commission- i
linit-o;:, for breaking into the i
-..ttife. at Melitao and robbing thlie I
,'. of lsi,. went to, jail in default of
Mi-- N.ili,- Iturriow l.-ft ihi-morn-
S ,,, \\'.iik.-e, ;i:.til. -li ,to act a- i
-:* ,id f,,r ier fri-and. ia--- I :ian- I
\ e', *t 'li. wio i- teo lIe wedde-d
I-r iik Hlugh.ti- ,f t-'l..lal t
A .11\ i i.
'* H 1. S i ;';i-~'ie t. tl- l'eti- :rol:t .
t **r f tie- -tal.- he 'a'. oe he. alt'e. I
I .r' I't.v-aician H. C. W i ste.
\. -:* r.l:-i for Ja.ks,,'.ivill.- t", at!-
I 1i0eeIt ti: tl .rt oi' f t -tat.'
,I f 1.:tll thl.
: '-u-icola Athletic itile will
:ti plea.-iing proirrain of ati!-
-poilts, followed by a c k: ,
atat tlie -, tin. March 27. Ticket will i
A, at 'i rent-.
k. v .1 .W. lHathanway. I. I) ... f
Yow York. ge-net ral secretary oi th -
* S. rrin Sabbath UInion, aclco nmpa-
1 I'v Mr-. Hathaway. arrived ill
citv y've-ter(!:ty ;ad took roo,,i;;:
*e- .-eatilb .
H.lni. J Ed. to'Hrai-t arrived ill t!i
Sy,--t-rday folr a brief vi.st., idad
'. t.ded tl:0- iiie+-tl:iz ,If tile M- ay-
... ,u*a" Club la-' ili- t. where-
%j- I. airtily greet .,(i- and laade -,lll-. vigeoroi- aind


m u. v o jv i emory. Capt. Andersen was
MY BEAUTIFUL BABY BOY about 65 years of a. Hewa part
owner of the vessel. He had three
Weak Women Made Happy by Lydia E. daI ters, who re-ide in Norwiy.
lakham' Vegetable Compound The stock of goods in the Ttore.
Letters from Two Who Now Have No. 329 South Palafux street. recent-
Chudr-e. ly involved in litigation on behalf cf
creditors. haviiz been r-ilea-ed from
'DEAR IM!E. PINKHAM:-It was my the custody of the court by a $1,.00
ardent desire to have a child. I had bond given by A. Greenhut and A.
it-.n marrk-d three yvars and was Lischkoff, is beain_ packed up prt--
childless, so wrote to you to tind out paratwry to removal.
the reason. After fol-
lowxing 3our kind ad- ?"oisonu Refut*sto Talk.
vice and taking Lydia FRANKFORT. Ky., March St1.-County
E. PIinkham s Vege- Prosecutor Poisgrove has gone to Lex.
table Ctmpound, I be- ington where he is to meet F. W. Gol-
Scamethei otherofi de who is said to be the most uapor.
h* ^ l, iftaul b Int witness for the state in the trials
bov the' 'jy,,v of our of the suspected assassMins of Governor
l home. lie is a Goebel. Ex-Congressman Colson, who
fat, healthy baby. is reputed to have charge of the con-
thanksto yourmedi- feiWon of the suspects, is obeying the
cine.-- MAi. MI INDA advice of his lawyers aid refused to talk.
FINEI.E. K Rovce, Shot at the Judge.
N. Y. PARIS, March l1.-In the place of
FM Grateful justice an attempt was made to murder
"r DlR M1 the presiding judge of the fifth court by
PINKHAM : I a druggist named Bardin, who had just
wrote ou a lt -lost a sum The judge had just taken
wroteyou a le their seats and counsel in another ose
ter some time had began his speech, when Bardia
ago, stating my case to you. aimed a revolver and fired three shotsI
I had pains through my bowels. at the judge, who had a narrow escape,
headache, and backache, felt tired the bullets graaing his head.
and sleepy all the time. was troubled I
SSpanish Recipr,oiry Treaty.
with the whites. I followed your T
advice, took your Vegetable Corn- WASHINsTO ., March 21.-An import-
pound. and it did me lots of good. I ant document, presenting strong iea.
now have a blaby girl. I certainly be- i sons for the ratification of the Spanish
iefve I would have miscarried had it reciprocity treaty, has been completed
unt it-vn for Lydia E. l'inkham's Vege- by Senator Davia. and framed by the i
Tatlv C,:iupound. I had a very easy committee ou foreign reiatioas as its
tuie was sick only a short time. I part of the pending instrument. It
thi ,\,ur ediiaice is a ,mend will be of vast luiportance to tho comn-
mercial intereestp of the United States.
wnitaru i:i the conlilion inll which I -- ---
A'ta- I r.-*, ,ilnil41 it toi,]l as thi. 1 -est a i)h-- Iitn le tirun k-n.a Rtw.
in-I ...i.: for W:Oe!IU "-- MR.. MABYy I'7'! ;: ".A-, Ga., March 31.--James s
LANL.. t ytee, T1nl. Manu-. a y,on- white man living near
this place. wAs probably fatally stabbed 1
wall receiv,,d remarks upon: th i 'o- during a drunken row br Henny Wil- .
litical situation. nams, another white farmer, at Wil- F
Mi- N.Eita Elliott ntertainel a liams' home, and Is now in a critical
nnuber of friEnd at 217 South AI- condition at his home. Williams has
n'i ,-trt ia t night in celebration been arrested and committed to jail to
caf h..r i:t, lbiart.idit. iThe proratiom await the re.nlt of hisvictim's injuries.
eni-i-id-tofi nu-ic, datincin and rr- Anglo.Ainmerlcn High Commission.
fre-hinunt,- and w as greatlyenjoyed. OTTAWA, March Sl1.-In the house of
Mr-. Ad.-lia Brown of F.oat (i ds- commons today Sir Wilfred Laurier !
diin ~tr,.et, who lia- been visiting
friend- and relatives i a Southern made theannouncement that the Anglo. 1
i(hio for the pact six mouths, re- American high commission will meet a fl
turn-d hone yesterday eve-ning ac- a date to be given out, and that possi- '
coupaniied by her three grand biy Ottawa wouid be the scene of the 1
chlidrnii. conference. The premier added that
Attention of t cityuhe hoped in a few days to state the po.
The attention of the city authonr- sItion of the various protocols.
ties is directed to a danger threat-n-
ing pas,-engers along the west side Chlies Cm ,in nile Arrested.
of Palafox street between Chase and S FRANCISCO. March 21.-A police
(ireory. 'l'he large bill-board along- i Fa. sco, March a .-A polie n
side the sidewalk there is apparently raid on the highbinders has resulted a
abut to fall into the street. the arrest of six of the most corrupt
Frank Strausby, who keeps a con- members of the Say Sang association.
fectionery at No. 13'. South Palafox The men in custody are accused of at
street, and who was stricken with least one murder and are suspected of
apoplexy on Sunday last, from which many more. The supposed leader of
he had nearly recovered, had an- the gang is So Ho Tung. who Is charged
other attack of the same malady with five other murders.
iemterday while attending to his'
trusine.ts, and wasi removed to his Rev. John Reid.Jr.. of Great Falls,
home for treatment. Mont., recommended Ely's Cream
Capt. H. Andersen of the Norw(- Balm to me. I can emphasize his
gian bark Elieoer died sudde-nly of statement, "It is a positive cure for
heart disease late yesterday after- catarrh if usetd as directed."-Rev.
iioon while-?superintendinig the nl- Francis W. Poole, Pastor Central
a,:ding of provisions from thl ve.- Pres. Church. Helena, Mont.
--.- pram. The body was prepared After using Ely's Cream. alm six
SI>r burial lby Johlin (. Wood of weekk I believe myself cured of ca-
Noti thup A Wod'- und,'rtakizng par- tarrh. Joseph Stewart,( raud Ave..
lo,- andt thll funer.il will tac'- 1' e ,, Hil,fL.lo, N. Y.
ttn- i.fte-rnro.in. 'I tll- ii -- : a' the!: N r- Til ll.t im doe-s not irritate' or ('Urea "
-'iatc (',1n-ii tt.e :Aid at ti l' No iwe- ios'Zilii Sold by druti ai-t-s it .'i
:;ai -.'ill:iai'-t !::i" r.ha :;ir- tlvin-. ;;t (,t-. or i.:ile-d hby Ely h r'it!-t-i,. 5,
'iit ii ii-t to-dl t it lio;nor of lii \\'arri t, 5: Nf w York.


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ST. STEPHKNS, Ala., March 21.-John
Brown, a negro boy about 16 years old.
has been convicted of murder in the
first degree and sentenced to hang
April 27. If he is hanged it will be the
first legal banging in the county.
Brown's crime was the killing of a ne.
Kpro woman at Yellow Pine last year.
Ger. Wheos-r a the Capitol.
WASHINGTON, March 21. General
Wheeler called at the capitol and saw
Speaker Henderson and some of his old
friends, but did not go on the floor. He
will make no decision about taking his
Peat unt-l he has a conference with Seo-
retary Root.
It Saved His leg.
P. A. Danforth. ,of LaGrange. (;a.,
ltTe with a friLihtfuil rinuint svoiro on his


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Pain or Pib s it's the best salve in I EdvifLi aind I n, Hanud Edgii: .nl Insert. n
lhe world. Cureo guaranteed. Only
25c. Sold by W. A. D'Alemberte. Valenucia Lace andl las.rtios.
Drnuggist. .Mach'ine Torchon Edgi:g aind li-. r:ion,


Three Large Stores (erman Toreon El i.ir, Apliriuie ia.md ami Insertion,
T hr e P .... ,'St e3! ";' ( ir*i :1', l e*tl Pi 1 V::'. !V,:i.-
Full of FI'RNITU'RE. The flne-st
ine of Walnut Bedroom Suites ever I), Ioenmnants Htamburz Edg-iwn. -ix yard I, i,.th-. .eN -I, 7.,. to ,o ) at rSoc.
.hown in Pensacola. Pretty, neatly- -
Inished 1900-oak Bedroom Suites at
all prices. Rattan and Cobbler Seat
Rockei!c, big and little, cheap and
high. Look at them.
M. PRYOR'S I
Bargain Furnishing House. One Lot C'ild'5 Dr we-rs, he nne I and tuke., i,- I at "2, 1,...10c pair


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)On I.'- t Child's Trinne-d Skirts at Co(-t !!.ark.
iOn- Lot Mi-'--.' Trimtni-d (Gowns ;it CoI*t Mairk.
One Lot Ladies' Trn nrned Choemis-. worth :.o. ftor...............a.. c e ach
One Lot Ladies' Triunmiie., Cabric 'Ch-mi-e, worth 7.5 for....... ->c each


-i, ne Lot Odds and
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1KE YOUR OWN DR 8ES

We can supply you with everything from Stylish
. at really moderate prices, to a spool of thread
of pins--whalebones, needles. skirt buildings.
, buttons, and everything else in the notion line
rice you feel you ought to pay. 4


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5, 10 and 1
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hired and Stripe
Standard Prints


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it Percales, 8 1-3c yard.
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in alt et ..-.ante.i\p fie-iti-a'. o(r ;t I'kLCta .-
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Several smaller dwelti'cr* elaIe n -iwne
YOU. Call at the. )Jc.,,.f-,-ir'. i- l i ,/ an-
flaring or iin% ti-tiii


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IMAr. ESTATE
Rental and Insi
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-Mt' i fa ctn irr~r- ::ind I :aler-r,. -

Carriages, Buggies, Wagons and Drays.

LsORepairing Attended to Promptly.=-
30 EAST GARDEN ST. : : : : PENSACOLA. FLA

Roses- -Carnations
Roses--Carnations.


j QO I1 am selling the) p-',''uc of thl I:,,eimont and llighltnD Park Gardens of
\ Monteomery. and Dn t ve ve a,--'irs' rot:ce oan fujr.e-.;: any amonrit of ut Floweri
E, an- IlDesigns wanted! .
Carnations 73c per dozen, Deliverej
irance American Beru-e-, S3.50 to $4.03 per doz,vere
All O:her Rotes S1.50 to S1.75 nor dozen to you.


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Send N,'me, .nd Address To-day---You Can
Ha:vc It Fr'e :l nd e b Stronrg and
Vigorous for Life.


BUYING AMERICAN GOODS.
Seuth Afrleas Minors Place Orders
For W'w 3lsechtnerly.
Hot -HTo.% Mich March 21.-Iead-
lag mine managers and engineers from
the Transvaal who have visited the cop-
per astrict since the tegnning of the
Boer war regard the destruction of min-
ing plants in the Transvaai as perfectly
probable.
Mine managarh are here to place or-
dera for new equipment immediately
after the destruction of the old ma-
chinery. One Johaunes burg mine man-
ager now here has fu.l plans and speoi-
ficataona for a new piant, which will
cost about $1.000.C00. Leading Ameri-
can machine manluactnurers have made
conditional bids ou probably S.O,O00,000
worth of new mining machinery for
South African gold mines.
Plead Gutlty to Comepiracy.
SAVAN AH. March 21.-D. A. Tyson
and all the men save one who have
been on trial with him in the United
States court charged with conspiracy,
have plead guilty as charged in she in-
dictment. I. A. Wilkes would not
plead gilsy and was released as the
evidence was not strong against hun.
Judge Emory Speer wi sentence the
defendata soon. The case has been on
triai two weeks.
Poldiler Home at Hot Springs.
WASHINGTON. March 21.-Represen-
tatave Little of Arkanasm has introduced
a bill appropriating 3,00O000 for a sol-
diers' hospital at Hot Springs, Ark..
to which shas. be admitted soldiers of
all tihe wars in the United States, in-
c.uding the Spanish war. where the
treatment of diseases for which the wa-
teri are eflicacicus wxil be good.


HAPPY


HOME.


L. WV. K N APP, M. 1).
11-A ~ :ti' iw it fiitiqv (III; ki' cur., ut''ir oiii;)t*.l y ritecvtltme tip. 1 0ti111 8
a t r ye~aIsi~ 'f 1111 'tiav I rom si-x u.%I %"aL- vuirwifti q .4W11-11 it 114)v Itud 3()U catuu't
t nit'!eutargo -'iteti 1uvak c'i''an -) f ull i'nSi~r:-) 'our ti-ilmiit,1 vrk,.d fictiti-
si' uiid vtigor. S iimpph, % id yc 'u r itdrn'atid full%. ii- nt-, Were'P(ciqtly what, I n#-Pit#il.
w i lre- to l1'r. L. %W knitpt. :2273 IHullt -,fienilt Iand vigo'r have.'comple~telyV rs
l~im;,iug, PIntroit:.M -ic.. H itItihi.will turnit-1ui ad eztlurtge-ment I,.entirely sati--
iI d~l y %ud theu.Afree receipt Withiifull di rec- factory.
to1- o 1.tiim iv riiman may e'-u.i ivcure hnt I iar ,Ai r:-) o0 rs %%n-4 receitvedtand I hadl
--if it at ii n. 1Th is. ikcertaitnly t. ifeit geti- n~ito i uii.t ia n..L. ii g ii" of(d the re-ceipt as
Piouboff.-r and thle' to!lov i ui_ e-t rActs: taken di recteCd alil cintn rut Wilt'y '.iuy it Is' a booni
fit InII III, daliv luail thho% 61p1. hat n tihink to wevuk lm-ii. I mtin grveatily impicived iii
4)t 111%,~eicritV size. .4Lrt-nith tiand v igor."
I 1ear tr ir : -N'enac' fl ept tmy iine'.re All cc irie--tuinolcnce' i-st~triet ly conffldef-
thiat.ks for you r% of rfceiu 1dute. I have t tal. mail id iin plnt it saled en % -lope. TI 0,
c ivi-it your treatmiecnt a t horioutgh te~t motu tecciptj I- reec for I ht- aikliig and hit waititb
Uth henent tins becen ex trao~rdtinary. It lia, every Man to have it.


Admiral Dawey Is I.I A (heeky luaines.
SAVANNAH. Ga.. March 21.-Admiral "We fundml the other day," says a
Dewey is still confined to his room by (Boston io'tel clerk, "that there was a
illness, and a part of the celebration o'(ml1ny1 lth "ingt Iusitiess here in theI
program in his honor has been di&. ( 1'ity. 'c(ui'still.: of ive 1t-en, who had
peaked with. He hopes to be able ito made their hl:itlduarters lu our billiard
reviewthe militray parade an banquet. room for s months. All their mail
General Nelson A. Miles and party was delivered there.. They met their
have arrived, coming from Port Royal customers thern. They sent their mes-
Itages and their telegrams from there.
Coatracted or r teel Bridges. Andneaver a cent of revenue to us. 1
KwoxviLl.E, March 21.-General Man- call thUit tie. must expansive gall up to
ager J. B. Newton of the Atanta. Knoxville and Northern railroad hab thing anul told tleIN t, get out they
returned home from the east. He an. 'unanliiitusly agri.ndl to hurt the. hotel
nounced that while away be contracted n all thtry for sttel bridges to b- erectedi over all gratitude for hatt thiy reri',ceiled."
streams on this road. The work will- -. --
beogin at an early dty'. T'he. uee.0. shilling a Bad One.
c ,, .. f thi ,, ,.it" i, iri'tl ivlun-


Am n-rwar e WVrship .A*nt to C'binn.
y:i.iui. March 21.-An ol:ciai agency
gives out a Waihington dispatch saying
that toe Ampercan warship sent to Taka
is intended to participate in an evezttul
joint naval demonstration should China
persist in her refusal to suppress the
hostility in her provinces toward for-
eign missionaries.
A I.ITTLE KNOWN I'" '<.
'Tl.it the Ii majority ol .crit d(i--
*a-S1 ori1'gi na't- in i -i-rlrdtl'r of tlt,
; id hiy Jle"'s Kidi:y CurI i-
eztiaratit-eed. 'I rv I t,-tiday if yii jare
n.It feelit,; w-1. '\V. "A. D'Alcii-
b r-e.


tI erI' rc i ',.1 :, q(llut l' shilling on his
on'lri tini' n- cn. t l,,ba' It of thm pre-
sIi ld I.is .. ..lliln to hIs i;:n t f<,( w ho
I,,,'. 't to ;k .i'(w, lIr to )1 i To.ntelvI .is
n Iron, '' Shl 1.: just hrn startled
1-y tl. nTvhs that the slhillling is it bad
.%". u! i t ,li: v'inI ., a corre-
Fe l':'!;- lt :s r' it-.. i' il'ier iined t to
wv ar th,! I r', :i :- I rind Ih'r of the
Ilta TV e 'f in'i :nA' iI A l i. l the mi an-
rxw 's 4.1' "t :'.ti,':i. ].,i;hl,,n ('hronirl,-.
I- 0 >:ni y li ; 1 Is-e. v:aiuabl-
JL im:" i:l .iexpernilt itr, with
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t ,k ,eA s Houey and Tar before it i-
t LATC. W. I D'Alemblertp.


t- i'.w 'if I *oMld IiiiIwairrd.
C -;T .Marc., 21l.-In in traducing
the 1u1t-t toiay tI,"tfnaucial member
(if tbc : counc.l. C.i-ton D~swkins.
I~ t.i- emy~rtinuzs fli)w of goid
ai~t..w~lri: Ii: lint'l bf'e'n e-
V-'r :*: Ini r ;.te o(f entity, h.-
'I,!,; utun. v in aid gtuck to ti

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jont.: n Sunl:I oL nl

j :' I:. lialus(If the children
I:.ti IFft-( ;oEd'tIf., ,4,Ye itLiut go-
InI 'it In %.,.I, ialnr. are yt-?
1:4.11 rttr- I iL tetIk-ll tol, but of
J %-..1 cd italer III ntienficiltioli
1': lujrixit-AVIv y dllt I keep Umy
ta 'l .ecth i-i t1 t That teller umUS
lIt! ti .-J~jsiatv Jo.urnnal.
A Bit of the Colonial.
l~z'hI'] v's ti Mrcy imadly, but It
%%as *''.av.i1nee they were colo-
x11:&1. to Iw e. try quinilt about It.
V: It thou ce..*ne anld hake lily
;. il ':sked Ezekziel accordingly.
N. roepjlfed Mercy, with candor,
*'tr !r I -hall not need thy dough!"
Pro ,ye hts 'e gather that Merey Nva
S'I.--ni-v-ht rich in her vwn.f right. -D

Toake. on the Color.
li jL-aiit -'tiere is %"au thing about a
c iii-Awtl ftW:tt is tha-t?
ll.tnr~-itturns .:reen liefoor It goes.

DAILY MARKET REPORTS.
C OTTON.
Nqgw Yonti 1iarcti .'i OPKTE CLOG11
January.........7 ....7.94
kieru144* .... 71#4
3nrcri..5.............E j 9.4:J
June 4Ss1 .... IV 41
bau1uy. ......... ........ V 1.7 ... 4
t~tJ U er !4it:4 .... 8u
%ovc; ni'er.. ........f_7
O.P ~ f! 1 41 .... 14 7
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GCtlA riAID PRVISOvr~N&
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exports V'. Ftain firtua ad uuchairWN!.
rw.elpts MUiIU, sales b331. epzprts 157.
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AGENTS FOR


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Liquors.


SI [VEN 1P.1100K, l'IUVATH STOCK i Hix IAIU1N Sol 1'. XTA-Ff.
V ElI,1' FINE: II DM 'S c-:Li-;RA : ; 1)OLD PR'-VAT-lE
S'(P'IZ.12 YJ-AR.A 0l1,); (ILl) hlTA{ vF:[vE I. r
'I *.YS 'ET~1-I '1INOF PURlITY. ANDI
IAIT(~s OF 0-HE uotRNDM s 'H1(1iti
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Wtin,!-foir Fam iyls.
THE JUG TRADE IS OUR MKAIN SPECIALTY.
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TIME TABLE.
LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE R ATTRTOAD.
i.N iKiFEcr JANUARY ':. o. 1M
12:t~ 1) In! Ypt 4:1-, P ~~h ri .~ I. II n3 1
.:p In :,Z:. 11111t Artivv'Fe tir't Ar,.v- 2'1..1)plt 2 ft aIII
P122p3it ;i: ais II AtI rtv.* ..Molt. It- Arri~ie... 2 ..' ti'11fg1.1' i ti
'A 1 111 7:1-tia fit A r!iv.- No'w iqeri, ai A r-ivi- a Ilk tm7: C. p it
SP III 1.. 1 aFit Arr I-: Mv,Ncntizonita.r1 Arriv.. I:" a ii M tP II
4a Ini 7:!4-p III A r % Nks-fivii,- Arrmve 2. aii ~ Eiki isit
122i.n :.:91 ailk Ut A rr. % LouIA I :I. A r.- ~ pi vt- 1.: P.'-7 a nII
4 v 7 :-6a III A it' ntoruI n fw I 4-tv 5: -- t III i EP in
BETWEEN PENSACOLA& AND JACKSONVILLE.
N ro Nei
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i25 tflt 7::r, a -I. Milt-in to III P ni
4 ii" i.:21;1it III ),-Fuzuisk Spring% .c p III 4P) p at
6:10)taNJ a III''.J.ij (n ~ lupe-y p tit 1I 5~7 P ii
7 :141 a it II .l:)ft ilk Marlaitt a I,-L)plt 1-116 i n~lu
'.Ij 8ai111 1:.1:16noon Itiv'r J unct ion ,:.'IPtit pii I :,M) a M
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0-PROPRIETOR OFo
CRONIESS S7[LOO0N
0-DEALER IN-o

'Imported and Dlomestic Wines, Li~uors and Cigars,
JUG TRADE A IS LP --1; 11A T-Y.
Corner Belmont and Devil1ierlt StR. PENSACOIJA. FLA


McMillan Bros. Co.

S'Coppersmiths,

General Metal Workers..
4 U .Maoofacturers of ard Headqrrters fbr t:e

Celebrated McMillan Seamless Turpentine Still.
Cm aft it aifwis up bta, iia ruPu fto In b t cMst. |
MOBILE, ALA.


LLIlAOR


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SALOON,


:;-5OPPOSITE UNION DEPOT.M4

W. C. NORMAN, Proprietor.


Telephone No. 46.


-*-THE CHOICEST AND MOST POPULAR BRANDS OF-


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


SOLE AGENTS FOR


PENNL[ANI) RYaE WHISKY,
BIWOKIIILL SOUlt MASH,
Y'ELI~t WSTONF ~RYN WHISKY,
DAIRY MAlID WHTr4KY.
ATILANTA BREAVING O (MPANY M
CELEBRATED BEER-K .4i.%. IyjrTLES~.s


H. H. WICGKE.

Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter,
No. 6 South Palafox Street,
All Kinds oL Plumbing and OGia Fittingi Materials Kept 3n Hand


ItLEPHOKV X26


SO METHING NIEW

-'EVERY DAYi-


HALL & KLEIN'S


Mammoth Retail Grocery,
502-504 SOUTH PALAFOX ST-,
Teololhon. 308.
gg-P Patroin-, Nw and ()l1., ;ire C,'rdiilly Invii-d t, \'i-it and rin-p,.ct
their Ill1l1IL* Stock.


A. M. AVERY,


io otelandRestaurantIMPORTER AND JOBBER OF

ALL ORDERS SERVED ON SHORT NOTICE iron, Nals, Axes, Shovels, Saw Mill and Steamboat Supplies, Cooking
AT ANY TIME AT REASONABLE PRICES. and Heating Stoves, Paint, Oils and Window Glas,
, Rooms for Rent by the Day, leek or Month. Agate and Tinware and Housefurnlshlag Oo si.
311, 312 lortb Tarraia Stret, Ipposite Uin s iepot. uns, Pistols and Fishing Tackle.
0-Telephone 68.---0 AGENT for Birmingham Rolling Mills Company, Revere Glant
----4GEO. WILSON & 00C.,.-- Stitched Belting, Northampton Emery Wheel Company, Laftin & Band
on't Forget to Stop With the Fat Man. Powder Company, Johnson's Kalsomaue, Iron King. ad Back's Stores
Don't Forett otop Wih *e F Mn. and Ranges, Wm. Coups Co.'s Raw Hide Lase Leather, Masury' B4ady"y
FRElH lEGTABILBES E.'Vi'l DIl0 1, KOLlE All RETtll. ad Rail roa coor,.


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4 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MARCH 22,1900.


THE DAILY NSW8: contingent fund appropriation, the:
expenses of the office have been paid
Katered at the Post Offce at Penscola. out of the school fund, either princi-
fll.,asm e-ond-class matter.
S amatpal or interest, besides the payment
OrrICE: Pitt Building, 2111s south Pals- of the salary of a clerk in the office
dlimtreet.up-*tirs. of the commissioner of aaricul-
PI'aBI.1HtI, BY ture, part of the time at $75
THE IE8 PUPLI8HING 00. per month and part of the time,
at ;o11 per month; which salary
Terms-lnvariably in Advance. has not been included in the state-
Gie Year by Mail ... 5 41
Iirlgonth bb mient referred to by the Times- ,
Tsro Month' I Union and Citizen as having bcen '
Om Week, by Carri-r. pa able M onday ;1 published in THE NEWS.
For the six years of Mr. Sheats'
W WMI KKI Y NEW8: administration covered by the pub-
Pablihbed every Friday at $1.wo per year lashed records, the item of miscel-
Pom laneous expenses, amounting to,
TELEPHONE NO. 118. $b,348.66, comprises postage, $9b5 62,,
and printing., stationery. office equip-
ddrtsingefFunhdonFApplica'on. meant and incidental expenses. $7,-
362.94. These are all grouped to- be
gether for the reason that in the bee
.,^N ] N record of warrants paid by the treas- die
urer, only the name of the drawee is att
, - given, the account for which the Ma
YrEIAOOLA. MARCH. 22. 1900. warrant was drawn, showing what 'sre
it was for, being filed in the comp- M
PRECINCT DELEGATES. troller's office. An investigation En
The Mavs loemocratle Cluhb o renacola thereof would disclose the items of wh


b-eendorsed the following ticket for del-
e-galt from the city precincts to the 1ecm-
oMtice County conventionn to be held at
rovelton. April 1t and a&k that thely bd
given a bearty support by the voters:
Precinct 12--C. H. Uingles. Ieavid thfe-
ban. Wm. Bazzill, J. 1. ).axwell, and 1. F.
W righiton.
Precinct I:-W. A. Blount.Thbo!. Hannah.
Jobs Cbristli., J. (leo. M ni te aLd W. T.
Prtci:ct 14--4i-n. Ihr. n..loi Iohn'on.
J.8. Mctwaughey. Jolhn 'f.iar and J. E
Mears.
Irm cinct l.--:. H. Putnam John West.
WmI. 'klnue-tt, J. E-. A.bercrullel'r 1i.d \N A.
Puntham.
WHILE the Michigan syndicate
that recently purchased the 1'. & A.
lands in West Floridi i contein-
plating an advance in price,. the-
large land holders of the easter ii
coast-the Florida East Coa-t Rail-
way, the Model Land Comnpany. the
Boaton afnd Floridi Atlantic Coa--t
Land Co. and the Florida Coast .line
Canal & Transportation Co.-have
signed and published an agreement:
to sell their land, until June 13. at
a discount o';s pter cent from li-t
prices fcr cahli.


Ev'RYONi: who hla- 4 ver -ung or
heard "Annie Laurie" will be inter-
ested in the following from a late
.Jnglim.h paper:
A qIaa:.t.v,-.era'il .,lai dy, !ho ni!h to;all
hppearanc'-s. s'V, dt i.t.-pped (out o( a
saildtnsitti coin-edy tor a (ininthorough pi.-
tore. died thli week in the- per-inl of Lady
John ,cott pottliswo(od. tle conmpober of
*-Annie Laurie.' and other familiar melo.
diwi. tShe wa- nint-tn-one years of at:-. and
aunt (c the lIuke of lucci-ugmh and clot ly
related to the late (.eiifral Wauchope. Slip
llad a very strong characterand wasa great
upholder of old manners and customs.
'When traveling, Oie roe' in a carriage, al-
vays had potitl.uL- aritd t*nccuragt.d th.c ob-
"r'ance ofu ldcu-toins. ulie wa a liberal
benefactor of the poor anid maintained a
meal Iail as a relic of old time. and sbe
preferred thatch on roots and peat for fires.
Wfbe was an ii.defati.zul!e collector of anti-
tuitlitS.
FRotM a list of in-urauce compa-
ieles authorized to do bu-iness in
Florida during I"+'. kindly sent to
Tie NEWS hy State Trea-urer Whit-
field. it is l-ea ind that 7-,' fire coln-
panies received in Florid prf-rni-
umns last year the sum of *71",271.2^.
their: lo-se- ini thi- -tate during the
year being $:1:.S4..:;:*. leaving then

a profit. le!- expeni-ts of inaelig--
inment, <1 :$ 4; 15 '4. Al-o. that 1"k
life company~ r.-ceived in premi-
utun in Florida la-' year tiie i,-un (.f
$739.'S9I.50. th,-ir hlo-se- in the s.,tate
daring the y-ir he-cini z -$432,457C.1.
leavil tCielii ae profit,i l - --t.l i-," .
of A$3-T.hI..2. Al-o t l.at inmi-c 1--
laneouts coiip;lni-e r**t'oeivye iti pre-
miums durin:i the -atino p tiod $ii,-d
463.4,. ti#. ir Florida l,- e-, heing $1nP .-
690.71, a ditlereioc- er pr fit of $11.-
74t.,%:. F",ida lpatrion-i of thie-.'
companiii'- the-r fre paidi out t.,
them ii lpreinmiuli- tl.c ai~r-'r.m;at-
ei3m of ?l.;'ith.', 7...1 and ot back ini
l,,, es paid $7.'4 o.I.;. 7', -,) tl:;It th ir
protection Iy- ii-uraice 'i.-t tihen:
net. #7;.', )5,*i.4. Only onte Ct'llIpatiliy
in the *-iti. lit-: paid out iitr, t!ian
i: had r',,. .,v d dmtir ;4, th, v,.i .r.



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vantn. aid t'l ;i/H '., :.
The Iteii iho,' ve re fe1r,.d to aIs tIil


dlof inalcdetl. Tepfiunder the ad-
h ministration ol Ma"jolr R-sell. dur-
irthe ioust six years, were of his ioutcu f thei-
bey-ta appropria:i made up as followsn-
Circulars. -_$22.'; desk, $12.00; census.
iLa"7o; postage, stationery and inci-
incurred in IS91: the other, in .r21.
The inference is that all other items-
of iucidental expenditure, for tne
previous years, were paid out of the
annual appropria'io i of $50,1 for con-


the account.
If Major Russell's
greater than appears


sigR
a la
expenses were Ste
by the state- ma


ment above referred to. a diligent
search through the treasurers' re-
ports fails to disclose the fund from
which they were paid.
THE NEws again protests that it
has been drawn into the discussion
of these matters by reason of its at-
tempt to defend the memory of
Major Russell from the innuendoes
of a contemporary, made in the in-
terest of Mr. Sheats, aud seriously
reflecting upon Major Russell's ad-
ministration of the office he so long
and honorably filled.


Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup will prove a
quick and sure cure for croup. Mothrs.
wh tn your children are attacked with that
dreadful di.ease. you can depend on thin
iiiarvltioun re-meail It never I lf to cure
Ht once. Price Ar.,..
"Old Vollmer" at Eugene Arbo-


MAYS DEMOCitATIC CLU'I;
A Vigorous Organz.aion: Iteady f-,r
Busg.nc"s.
No local political mov m(-;et was
ever inaugurated utuler bright-rauQ-
pices tilan that hi re;.fter to be
known as The Mays Democratic
Club. which was c!,misteled last
night and is a lusty ilifant. full of
sound health and vigor. and h vi;,g
for its chief purpose in life the com-
lilete unification of all democratic
elements in Escambia county in the
interest of Hon. Dannette H. Mays
aw a caudidat- for governor of Flor-
ida.
At a meeting held last night
at the room of the Water Front
Commission in the armory. at
which there were pre-eut about,
7,5 Pensacola democratQ, repre-
resenting every department of ,,r-
ranized labor and every element of
the business. p rofe-sional itid in-
dusitriall opulatim of thle city. tlie
action taknii by a formner mii-tin i
held at the o iee of the Bar Pilot-'
association in mlliinin tini g d(1olpog:te
from the precincts to the colninyi
county .coivemtiomn was tlrmimniioi)tl-ly
ratiied, iand ste('s taken to perfect a
permanent ,organization.
C'apt. E. H. Putinam pIresided ovwr
tlhe minetiing and Mr. J )lin tI. WVard
acted a-- #-crretary. After a general
i;>err lirh;ri,;e of views( oni the exi-tiiir
pioliti-al itiitin,. parti(cipated in ti
I Ian e liu,.tim lr ,f th1im >pre-t nt., ,l
miotion ii was ordered that a c )!oi-
ii ittee of three' fr',im each ,f the ci>\"
recitinct- e -!:olil he appointed d y tth"
chair. to take charge of lthi- eainp;:iii
there-in ui!d re; ,rt to th, or-
za iZatioIi foi ll t1lii to to ::;% .
with piow.v- r to ;pt[ ,tuit .,*:. ,
c' t Ill i te* in t heir re-pPet iv-
prrciitwt- ;,r tlml petif .i n:imt!e of n.e--
e--ary service. Thie hlli irim;in tt;t r, -
unol:i .ppoiint( d thi t-ilow n;.; e r-
-,114 a -M -1lliT;!ittf :
No. 1l--T. E. WIllh- C. F. (il. -
in i I l n lHa: cl.iy.
No. Wrl-.l]ln i W\irt. ("or f W.
Ain-woit!h and \Vin. lilutiner.
No. 14-J.osep!h Brown. \\':ilk, r Ii:-
griiTha ;i..A David T'it:it:.
No. I-.-Joi.n (;. W\',l-!h. \Vii. H.
K.n >w.'e allnd ). V. ` i l '.
-rIv n t!l, n T,' f, '1 1.'l, M ay- I ll -
.*i i i'- C il i l'. i !;.
ITH. I i',t. : 1, \ .l 1 iilE AO :i;1-'i;ll '.")
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To th le contracts rs :a n l; :era i' n::! f :
x; X t \ '. ,1:1. ;i',iy ntl' ". .ir '!: "'. ,:
S::Ntice i hereby i ,en tht on and

THI1 I;'.-,r S.M.VF. IN 'Tii- WOULD,1











:fter the first day of April, 194. no
Union mechanic or laborer will work !
-kof ptid rfit tinder the juritv,-iy t

-..ili .li' :.--\V. 4A It'A lt ini>,-!te-.
,l it-rniit:i at Eaitut e A:'T -

IMI'lt.ilTANr NOfi(,t,.
Tof the Contral Ttlrades Council.
Notice is hereby Oiven that on and
ftert J. e firJt dayoof Apri, ltil, no,
Union mechanic or laborer will work
on any building with any non-union
men where there is an organization
of-.aid craft tinder the jurisdiction
of the Central Trades Council.
lnStf J. R. JOt'RDAN".
"Paul Jones" at Eugene Arbona's.
15 W I- A2--


Eruptions. i "Like Father, Like Child." Man is the sum of his ancestors."I Dyspepsia.
"An eruption all If parents wish healthy children, let them see that they themselves have: I had dyspep.
o ver mv b o d vpure, rich, strong blood. No taint of scrofula, no insidious malady, nojsia in its worst
caused a burning lurking microbes or germs to be a curse to posterity. Purify the blood. forI and tried
sensations I could Hood's Sarsaparilla is the guardian of infants yet unborn. Bay it today. but found no re-
not sleep nights. lief until I took
By taking Hsood's f loodS's Saresapa-
Sarsaparilla Irllaand Hood's
was completely; Pills. To my grlat
cured." JENNIE andacure. I am
'nda cure. Iam
THoMlP ONBox36, noww ell and
O taksville, N.HY. strong MARY E.
Get (on i Hood'S BvRL, Olney, 11.


EDWARD ILOOM i'FIEL D. Weather Conditions.
.i, t cxc-- .t.-.,..F r IA decided barometric depression


Years.
[r. Edward Bloomfield, who had
en in feeble health for some time,
d at 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon
he home of his daughter, Mrs.
y L. Banks, 222 West Belmont
,et, aged 82years, of apoplexy and
norrhaige of the brain.
Ir. Bloomfield was a native of
gland. He came to this country
en a lad of 18 years and at once
ned articles of apprenticeship in
irge piano factory in which young
inway, afterward a famous piano
nufacturer, was at the time an


is moving eastward through the
northern tier of states. It is unac-
com panied by precipitation but has
resulted in warmer weather through-
out the north and west.
Another depression is developing
on the Texas coast, which will move
northeastward through the Gulf
states, and cause rainfall and fresh
easterly winds in Western Florida
to-night and Friday. Corpus Christi
had a wind velocity of 34 miles dur-
ing the past 12 hours.
The temperature is below freezing
in Eastern Tennessee. and heavy
frost occurred in Northern Georgia
this morning.
pQ, 71',I .,,


wilhie aseniorir:sl-.. i'-
iof tilie public .
iThurs.d--v evejuitz, N. i
IClutter' mu--ie t-,dl. ,
I salp at Coe's hook ~
!adult-, atd 25 velut-i fr
*Prog.ramu will 1),

is One of ()U,- -P,>.
'dr

Dtiffy's Malt i, t.
cinet. At Eugel.-i. i


31tliam 0olIn0on & $on.
011


SHOES,


CLOTHING,


0 ---- -- IiTI


Gents' Furnishing Goods Department.


Aftercompleting his apprentice- as. J. WRI HT, JR., SPECIAL-5 t; Pairs Ladies' Oxford Ties. -i/es 1 to 1 .:. w.,:.
ship Mr. Bloomfele d engaged in the a. Observer. $2.25 to $3.14I...............................................
manufacture of pianos for himself B OFA Pairs Ladies' Button Shoes. sizes 1 to 6 .................
and invented many improvements WBT OF ALL
which are now used in the b st To cleansethe system in a gentle T7,,,, ,., -m l .h1,s ,,,'th. I',i .
pianos. He was quite successful in and truly beneficial manner, when
tle business until he retired some theSpringtime comes, use the true Elegant Line of Mi~~es' and Children'. Strap Slippi;- .ri:l )x'
years aro because of ill health. and perfect remedy, Syrup of Figs. Celebrated [Merriami Make. Black. Tan. Red ainl I it l'.it 1,.
He was a charter member of Pro- Buy the genuine. Manufactured by i'p to Date Stylv-.
gre.sive Lodge of Free and Accepted the California Fig Syrup Co. onlv.
Mason,, of Brooklyn d en d been and for sale by all druggist., at Ladies-' H u-o Slippers at ...................' .. 7,5,, $1.i ..: 1 <
an active nmson for nearly half a cents per bottle. SE I.R SHOW WINDOW F4JR MF.N'S .4! nl- l
century.
His body was sent to Park Ridge, "Three Feather'" at Eugene Ar- To Arrive Next Week. New Line Hovy-' and Youth'- ,...
Ill., on the 12:45 train to-day and bona's. Iurle Stevens' Make. Nobby. I p to D).te, Durii,;
will be buried there with Masonic
ho oomfied is survived by four Furnitureat all PricesBiggest and Best Selected Line of Men's and
Mr. Bloomfield is survived by four
daughters and two sos-Mrs. May We are el dinin room tBoys Shirts in the City.
L Banks of this city, a son and at bargain prices; also stoves, bed- O rts i .
daughter at Park Ridge a daughter springs, mniattings, kitchen safes, aindi
in Nebraska, a son at Los Angles. kitchen cabinet: with bread board, We are n,,w in a Position to Otffr th.. Public Grt-at V.:
Cal., and a daughter in South )a- chests for flour. and drawers for Youth- and Boys' Clothin'g. h:vi.m:_- in Stock Ov.: .I 1
kota-and several grandchildren. kitchen utensils and tableware. uits to S.ict from.
Sselr cd("all and examine them at 0. M.
It i, very hard to st:m,,d idly by and Pryor's Bargain Furniture Houtse. I Men', 'att in Endless arity fr .................. :
.. I ..d.. ....,; .....L:. --line ,,. .,t Nlkwe r 'onm Nrie..-w r l r -Stvl. Khiw "i


"t-ee our tear ones sui t-r w iie a;wa-it ,
ing the arrival of the doctor. An
Albany (N. Y.) dairyman called at a
drug store there for a doctor to come
and see his child, then very sick
with croup. Not finding the doctor
in, he left word for hium to come at
once on his return. He also bought
a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy. which lie hoped would give
some relief until the doctor should
arrive. In a few hours he returned,I
saying the doctor need not come, as
the child was much better. The
druggist, Mr. Otto Schols, says the
family has since recommended
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to
their neighbors and friends until he
has a constant demand for it from
that pirt of the country. For sale
by Hanuih Brcs., 21 Sonth Palafox
street.
Beer in bottles and ca.eQ for fain
ily use at Eugene Arbor a's.
The Late T. Ij Miller.


In the death of Mr. T. L. Mill -r, Man.
which occurred at Deu-'Fniak Spi 'ir-'.
March Ilth, the comiim nitiy :ii,' .i'i
-tateo l-es a value-d it:7,.''. Mr.
Miller was known nhronm a.',: t0il .
country and Eni2land. ;;s a hr. - choice stock., hi-. .peci-Ity I,- :! 1 t!.*
faii.ous Herfords. 'Up tp t e daty d f -"
his death offers fromnp 1,:".i-nt :.- :
ricultural journals tpoured in tp, ,mn
hiim to edit departmt-nits on live
stock. While cattle rai-ing ha.s al-
way- bet-ni a factor in tlhe dfvel'p-
mnent (f Walton county, it is n'.v-.r-
thI ls- t:ine that ih enier'_-v. ent!i.s- i


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Made in Pensacola.
ABSOLUTELY PURE.
BONBONS AND CHOCOLATES.
ALL KINDS OF BRITTLE,
POP CORN SEA FOAM.
ASK FOR


k Y I. I'l II I t' i .I % 'I % %. CO 1. '4 ,1 1 .,1- 1 .1 -I .. . .I...

<$, _( 'orl es. Coon0011 & Co. Collar.s iia d IIll i., (



Bugillies IoIton & Buoi.




Buggies! Buggiesl Buggies!


'n d'is 'A SOLID CAR LOAD.'Stylish Stick Seats!

P etty Phaetons.

Who is Rader? CAli LOUAU PtlBCES! urrie; BeMa Carts, Gn L

He's is the Furniture And, Eandl vrv tv vie! Ton Buggies.


BEST MA K ES, LATEST STYLES.
----- -First Come, First Served; They Won't Last Long.

CRAND YV.- We will All,,w Y,,ui S. i:. :i: f,.r that Old it.-
PRNG OPENING A:.,,t I:, t',,.
TTTTERY
M -4I-- ""NE_


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ians i. and experience of Mr. MNillerI BOWERS & KRUSE'S
lims within the last f-w vo:i r-
ive-n tlhe business a w-nd.-trful ill:- Wednesday. March 28th.
il'tu- ln conitinuii i all
Mr. M illor moved fro:n Illinoii- toi tih- w,---k
'). F1niak only live ve:mr- ago: 1hut ,, -
t-w Ih,'li have .litt*00(" 1 il. :trc< il- "r "l#e / ,/ s.
plishiini s ,o much in so -hort r iiem ,.
DeFtu:iiak Springa., Fl'i,.. Mln ch; oa; tr pCordialv I lit.,l
21-t, 1914i ,i loAtt-.i l.
Presented a Tra;<-,.t'l. p--' : ... -" ".. .-
Timn-lv information t-iv. n Mri-..
; o, ",I L ,n gi o f N -w 't z : i'-V :ll .
O()li l'pr.v-nit.d- a dream f'.il t: .,t-eldy
an'md -:ved two liv'-. ". fti :. !ill
cough had lonim-kept I !r .tv;'ke.'-v. MISS R. NEWELL,
1;ig;:,t. Sih' had trii.d : itv :-;n'-
di'- and d'-ctor-. but -to-'diVly r..tw DRESSM A ER
w ,,r-,, ui'til IreI l t t:yv i)r. itii;'.-
N.-'. )i-,.)',ovemyi. fii I,,,'tO- E S;M,,i!A
't m h, i mr, and eih wr:tt I- !ii .inil-
1 N' 1pn 1 Mel0rh l
f :t -.-vo r i t ck ii' 'lI, .

dy f r"A:n ,.il tl ,,. t ;l. m
!~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~m O RIN MINI il olv' rdi d lliillIoil ii.s


lv',-r h b ,t -u tI lc, n. I ,iih- '- .- 0 Tt- 1-.. i f. ..
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F. & A. I.. will i elc w re vt-er it ti:- e. ; I'1d pr ;ti-
S' i d ly v' -t ,,">. :al ly :I 1.i !-' ,l i '.- i ni d t h- :t l I t
o : it A d li c ,.'at l:." 1:- I' pre--,.. m,.d.
Vi- t orethri i -.t.- eli tl i 'av, i I$d#- a v.4l -'i .
na v ilnvit, d to attel.t. i.' ditip t ito c,, po-iti,, h ,. l
l]{ ,.:;'Id i ,, r.\V,1 !. il its- valtl v ry l m tch. T'a:.. h'-
.A ('. wi,: l N T. 'le b d, a .,ei It ri at; t xp,'o -6- t, ,,if,.
ml .c''retary. whii e tle pric-- to the .-publii r'emtaii-
th- ~-tuni, namely : Onc-. d- llar pr
vOOD)W oANTED. bo'tle. ix bottles for five dollar;.
STheaddition. spoken of above, i-
Hids are dr--ired for-2,4o, cords of directed especially toi time relief of
good pi,;e wood. indigestion in it- varied forms
22mlw BRIBi- I E Co. With proper diet the Tonic will
cure the worst form, of this tor-
FINE STOCK COMING. mentiang affliction with its hundred"
Geo. W. Turton. Jr.. will arrive of obscure symptoms.:often referred
to-morrow with a large consignment to other organs than the stomach.
of Fine Horses, Mules and Jersey, By this addition, it. virtues as a
Cows, which will be on sale at the general tonlic and invigorator and
Pensacola Livery Stable. 2lmn3tt blood purifier, are not impaired in
Penacola Livery Stable. 2n3tthe least. No bett r medicine can
Sbe found for the relief oef t!,ose di"-
W ho is Rader eases that are so prevalent in the
A pring months.
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NOTICE OUR SHOW WINDOW.
B. DECORATED SO


O 107 South Palafoz.
t- % -- ~. w .* ml "wl .m. m im *lll '.: m1 .'--


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WatchI 'r This Space for Omr

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Investigate the Convertible Term Contracts









6 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 1900


A QUESTION OF FINANCE.
out It Really Was flat such a Serious,
Queusto..
Sbe--Wou't It 1we lovely wh-eu %veare
really nIrritiel! I have so tzuany platis.
lie-Yea, Indef-d. dear. I long for the

Sh~e Fl-'rt. thore - our wesl'I1n. trip.
Hlle av-, %.tu 4i-iocded about that .r
Khe-w(i. 34,. t first I tbouglit it
would Iw nh'iei to vsiut tomie jiaee near.
tout the iaor-' I ti'nk about it the nmore
I incline vt'i iturtor.
Jl-e.that woiuloille fine.
sbt- Ni-t an awfully expensive trip,
yoju kneiw. I~e uulqd li gone aliczut
t hree IIeI UtLt 1A

she-T*fhvu weLn tgot l' w. e
could Lave a cozy little apartruent, or
po~sibiy a hiouso..
Ilie-A house wouldI,-lee lettr.
She--I think so. WVe culd furnish It
before v-i. lt-ft.
He-T!,;i..tv-culttit,1'.grnat fun. We
might 111 6 up svni.' th~ups in Europto.
She-* Ti'iiL.t couldn't
Gkeed nMort- ksia 1%-ut.o -I-:'tis, .dear.
He- I tij.ualkn)t. SFull it iiould be
nice tee k.-.p iM.i
She i1(! 1t DI [o yoju tia:lk e
could ufieortl t, o .i y.ur s,;ary*'
[it--lil, "). -A" ii i.>"S. You furgi4t. M~y
dear. that I az.i gcoting $1.2tou a y'ear.-

hont a litucetes..

bijle 3 ksi .I Lt:. esaa.d

Hie 0141, k hi:- Lad.
**The horo-lt -. urae Ls"I i


tor lvi craI 41 u ivil 1rnLe it 1g;%-t' a fl-I
low nit-rv 'painafr Ii~ s hands awml
arni.s than vvv4u a spirited l heerse.. What
IS edi is (cu-te ~that:InLI 1Copr..rt(A
entirely with tiw fee-t.--4iiicatgo Pot.
sera toiLead.
"You z-emi.izei~tmr *ouug t'arieler. who
used to Lave ama aLitlitiuot to be 111an -
tar, Jou't u'our'

hU4.ties playing a Ia~i role
now."
oudon't my so: By Gcge. m II
merror thought bv had it iu htnm:**
A le's with an 'Iriole Torn' i' npan
and lt-ads the toloodhounds in the street

A Safe Risk.
Sbe--Are yoiu superstitious?
Re-No- I think not. But WbY 4do
you i~k
SShe- I was going to ge-t you a poc'ket-
knife for a ti.rtbidav Jpresenit. lout izoief
ont tell i%; t ov '-ft -f iny thiiig tsharp
cuts fni'ndshi'j. I
Ilv-4 lb. I'll risk ft. I'm %tjr't To knife
aeeue 13 a woia~iti ncl cut any--f



strong nnan'
Mar:iI;izr 141u d:N '.: I

for a g-ol 1lIiiz %i: skuet, :j.
Athle-tic Appiie~azi-All right. I can
Ira11 dccvki to it i~i Sw a t.-h~i
Tr~ bute.f


More to HI. Advantage.
"I'eikky. I-'ople should lie to help
ODne another."
"Yes., a. but i'd get ur!re pie if
you'd let me helpi t:.s, it.'-- ;hi-ag.a o
I-ecord.
According to the nulcient practice (of
:i(ntal monarchs. the 'lhiniue-..e m pnier-
r rewards those who ilring him ugood
news and punisbes those who bring
Lim Ihad news.
A. P. re- I' i' i:t. ,dit.r o1f t-he
.r"r... I, o 1le,,-to e. )ohin. suffered
r .r a oiun ti r if yHras irni lit i uma-
ti.In in Ii right s-ioulde-r auid -ide.
He t-r-: '"My riulit rinr at timn-s
was etnirely u-el --. I tried Cham-
erlain'- PaIi Hili o. aied was sur-
pri-ed to r receive rt li .f almno.t iimnne-
diately. The P'a]i lialn1 ha1s4 been a
con talnt companil in 'f mine ever
-irue and it rt-vi-r fail-." For tale
tlv Haunalsh Blou.. 1l South Palsfox
-treet.
At '. \' lh'mpnpon'us.


Cratt-.'s ladies' Note Paper. and
Envelopes to match.
Cambridge Linen and Envelopes.
Haurd'i Parchment.
Invitatiou Paper and Envelopes.
Linen Tablets.
FroLt#-d V-lum and Envelopef..
English Note: Satin Wove: Tii--,ue
Paper; Denni-on's Crepe. Etc.. with
a general au--ortment of -t:'ictlery.
C V. I( .MP!-< N.
No. 30 routh Palat,,x Stref-t.
Mlie a"al ic eI. A.Atemon.
There will be ,a regular nmeetin; f
the Pen-;acfla Medical Society at
the Board of Health offlee at
o'clock p. mn.Tueoeay. March 27.
Visiting physiclaue are cordiall'
invited to) attend.
D. W. McMILLAN. M. D.,
President
E. F. BRucE, M. D..
Secretary. 26mt
1) THIll; PURlIC.
I have ju-t r+(-'-ived a tine lot of
all kinds of cand ni-,. and -sil tl.n- atl
very reaaonabie pric-s.
M. M. I arg- .i c ict- Pr pound.
Chocolate !)rops. 2"' cent l 1.
po rit.d.
-ultain 'M ixe "2 pouIld- f,," ""r
"ient-.
All Fat cy Mi- *i C tidy. "* H.-t
,v,.r b ,,t *>.r Iound. Cal! al.d !-#- fo: ., ur-
.-tf.
'I Iv -are fr -Ii and fle i,'* f otli
:t, vinet C. A I, l s .
24j I in



tiny Cas leswe suresior
IV to Babam of Copaiba ,'
b"b and njec-ion ;
I 7Y C aOI48 hoorsthe

IWal9"an BySTALLMRUGtSTS


Rules for Lent.
All the faithful who have com-
pleted their twenty-first year and
who have not begun their sixtieth
year. aid who are not exempted from
the obligation of fasting by sickness,
hard work or other well known rea-
sons. are obliged to fast on all the
da.- of Lent. except Sundays.
On those days but one full meal is
-illowed, wlich should not be taken
before noon.
Custom allows a cup of coffee. tea
or thin chocolate. and a *.mall piece
of bread or a cracker, to be taken in
the ,uorninrg; and in the evening, a
collatim,. not exceeding the fourth
part of an ordinary meal, iA allowed.
At this collation. butter. cheese.
milk, eggs and all kinds of fruit.
fi-h and verstables are allowed.
When the principal meal cannot
without grave inconvenience be
taken at noon. it is permissible to
take the collation in the morning
and the dinner in the evening.
Abstinence from the use of flesh
Is enjoined on all the Wednesdays
and Fridays of Lent and on the Sat-
urday of nEmtber Week and on Holy
Saturday.
The u e of lard i, allowed in cook-
inj.
Fish and ll,-.ht are not allowed at
the same meal, even on Sundays.
Egi'. choee-, milk and butter may
t'e used every day. but abstinence
from all of these ;- recommended on
Good Friday.
Pereonw exem.pted from the obli-
gation of fa ti, are not bound by.
the rest-ricti-tn of u-ing meat buti
once a day on the day- in which the
use of meat i, permitted by di-pen-
sation.
ChildrPn over s-yven year? of ase
are bound by the law of abstinence.
unless et-xcu-ed by sickne-s or other
causes.
Tne pacchal time, in which all
Catholics who have come to the
years of discretion are- bound to re-
ceive holy communion worthily. ex-
tends from the first Sunday of Lent
till Trinity Sunday. inclusive. Chil-
dren ovtr seven years of age are
bound by the precept of annual con-
fession. Pastors and parents should
see that the children comply with
this duty.
The holy season of Lent is a time
of prayer, of sorrow for sin, of seclu-!
sion from the world and itA amuse-
ments, and of gene-rous almsgiving
By a special indult granted t) the
b.:hops of the United States for ten
years. dating from March 15, 1896
working people, who cannot easily
observe the common law of the
church, are dispensed from the ob-
ligzation -of abstinence on all days of
the year except Fridays, Ash
Wedne-day. Holy Week and Christ-
mas Eve. This dispensation does
not exempt from the additional ob-,
ligation of fasting, where such ex-
I-t. ntor does it authorize the use -"f
fish and f i-h at th- samte meal. It
incltid,-. however, not only thn! indi-
vidual workmen in whose favor it is
granted. but all th mniembers of their
familie-* as wt-il. It: return it is ex-
pected that tho-e who avail them-
:-elves of this intdult will endeavor to
ent.-r ito tthe- spirit of the holy sea-
son of Lent by voluntary acts of mor-
tifle.ition. penance and allnsgiving. A
most pr:iii-wwrthy cu ton is that of
abstaitiing during:: Lent from -timu-
lants. in honor of the sacred thlirvt, f
our divine Savior.
Th(s, who oritertaii. any rE1Ison;i-
ble d-ubt about their obligattlon to
fast or abstain. ought to apply to
their pastor or confesnor for advice.
EDWAIRD P. ALI.EN.
Ilishop of Mlit,.
Mobile, Ala February lN1. liti.


To Iferea.Ae0. Its Capital.
JACKSOX. MISs. March 21. -The stock.
holders of the Alabama and Vicksburg
division of the Queen and Oresoent road,
at a meeting here decided to make an
iaaleaee of $3 .000 in the capital stock,
whikh will be divided among the share.
hole an proportion to their previous
boldiage. Toe original capital stock
was 7,00.00o.

"I think I would go crazy with
pain were it not fir ('hambtrlain'.
Pain Balm." write- Mr. W H. Sta-
plh-ton, Hermninie. Pa. "I have be,-n
-fflicted with rtcnuin:ati-mn orsev.-ral
years and have t ie-d re-mindies with-
out number. but Pain Balni is the
beAt medicine I have got hold of."
One application r-lieves the pain.
For sale by Hannah Bros.. 21 8. Pal-
afox street.


l.EGlI And lDleg 'ea to the County Conven
tion at Powelion, April 14.
Following are the candidates for
the legislature and the list of delW-


zates to the county democratic con-
vention at Powelton. April 14, en-
dnrsed by the Workingmen's Demo-
Fmo the< I.-gi.-latnre.
C. Morento Jone-s,.
H. C. C:ipton.
IIlegtat'+, to County C'onven ion.
Pr-eict 1-'-H. H. Wir-ke. F. IR.
Pou. R. A. Cr0-dlie. \nWm. Carnmz-
ch-il-. Tho-. 0.. Riv< r-.
Prrrciict 1--J. F. I. Ltui, Ar-
thur J. in-o,". J. '. Av-ry. J. Whit-
i.g Hargias. .I. L Sw-,ne-y.
Precinct It- -u' -E:te-'n. J. F.
Raar-, A. i. Z -t-w, H. (G. DtSilva.
.Ja. ''lirien.
Pr,-cinet l-Thl,. John-on. John
I.. Jt..-, F. E. (Com nyt:.s. \V A.
Dui,!.ha!., 11. A. \Vatet t-. ;4mn-tf
Try Tnii: N.w-. Wa:t Clumini: it
wiil pay you.

Furniture on Credit
.Me.-t [t, -.:tt.fuil li:rc f '-i le,,-4r1t-
,vr.- ,,w :i i;, th! t it \\;*rd...!>i -
with il:-- i.>oer~ i.f -v-ry d' 's rip-
tion. from th.- cl n;!-;, t to the fine-t.
IHoll-to;' s*-cre-t:iry c(a-,- -le intly
tin-lihed, a tine li '.i f cf i.l clo,-*t-.
and e~v'r'ythtinn: .**i.t iilt'l in *i fir-t-
cla. fnrni'ir -:ore t Ht M. P'rvor'-
Barir.ii:i FIurniitLr, Hli u-e.

Com/orta ble mattresses,
pillows, etc.. to go with your
new furniture. You can
buy the whole outfit from
,arston 6 Finch.


3') Pairs Ladies' Vici Kid Spring.


HIeel Button and Lace Shi
for only





$1.25.
REGULAR PRICE $20





Don't Misi


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


Men's Genuine Calf Tan'Lace
Sewed Welt for only


$2.50.


REGULAR PRICE iz3 5ii


All High Cut Shoes ini Tuesday, March 20.
Men's, Ladies', Misses' Matie Widnsday, F'riday, Salurday.
Children's at reduced
prices .... .alwi:-M lviii Co


t Walter S. Baldmin Msaager.
A Special S 'i- I 1Ailice!S A ,A
A l1 #*l;.!--t. i PRI1 .A, A8 A8AWA'A-.
jvI aLJJi. ... an .i .-~ f~


Matinpio. If and 21) centa.
Night, 10. 20 and 30 cents.
I


>ts - -
WEEKLY flCHEDULE
FOR STEAM DIVISION
SPENSAOOLA ELECT'NICTERMINAI
RAILWAY COMPANY.
Trains leave Pensacola for she Little
Bayou, Palmetto Beach. Warrington, Navy
Yard and Fort Barrancas at
S6;W. a. m.arrive at Fort Barraneas 7:16a.m
S0l:u0oa. m. arrive at Fort Barrancas 10.46a.m
1:00 p.m. arrive at Fort Barranoae 1:46 p m
'0. 8:30 p. m. arriveat Fort Barrancas 4:15 p m
6:lp. arrive at Fort Iarranoas 7:10tp m
%:00 p m. arrive at Fort Barrauoas 8:46 p.m
Trains leave Fort Barranosa for Pena-
eola at
7: 1)a. m. arriveeat Pensacola...-. :lI5a.Bw
1I1:00 p. m. arrive at Pensacola......... 11:46 p.m I
2:0 p. m. arrive at Pensaeola........ 2:46 p.m
500 p m arrive at Pprensacola 7.45 p mn
7:00 p. m. arrive at Pensacola......... 7:46p m
3 It. S:4. m.arrive at Pensacola......... O p.-m
St~nrdiTvq ooy.
In effect Ieo. lit. I 0.
SUNDAY *eCHoDrI1.
Leave Penq oola. Lv Fort Barranos.,
9 c 10 a. m.
11a. m. Is m..
1p.m. 2p.m.
Hand p.m sp.m.
6 p.m 6pm.
5 p.m. p.m.
Sp.m. T p.m.
PAR fI OR W KK DAYti.
Psnqaeo!a to F"ort arrancac and return 4.5
'-naxaiola to Navy Yard and re-turn ... .8c
Pensacola to Palmetto Beach and return 15.c
FPARSK rFc CU1DAY
fensacola to art larranoas Navy
Sard and return.... ..... ... .... s
I Penania to PaJletto ieaotb and
t rt ..._... ..... ......... . 15


No reiqbt rrvolvd ltt*Pr 8;15 P. M.


Don't Los< Ti'no an.-l geo Ab hit
Prici:'n We Still I-,d i- "i L,,w-
e-t PriK S!;o. lo, -- 1:, t t 'ivy.


VIDAL & SMITH,


N'


THE CHRSAN 4K/"0fetin BREWING CO.
Capacari CINCIINNATI. US-A. ,




LEWIS BEAR & CO., Wholesale Dealers. Pen neola
Sole Agents !or Celebrated YELLOW LAB.:

-i, ..t ., MW... Coffee! Coffee!: !4 other Bigh-Grade Whiskies. -
RossvimLT.. Ga.. March 21.-It is said If'e call the attention of PROPRIETORS OF THE OFFCE SALOON.
#ht ,,%-. papir X., v.' wn. nVL' ille. ....o


tiat t e 'aric vvoo, en"-ius tompanv
will at an early d.ay erect a fabric mill
here for nti'tzing tho prid'at of their
woolen mill and thw co:ton mi.1 to be
erected in t: r* it: la;fere texi tarl. the
erection cf ,nich latter p'ant snow a&-
sured.
To K.ntr'nln A.l r'r.lrl 1)* w y.
MEXPIni. March 20. Preparations
on a great seale are bsinq made for the
reception and envertainmens of Admi-
ral and Mrs. Dewey. who will visit
Memphis on May 7.
Sir RIadn Deouglas Dead.
LosNox. Maroh 10. Sir Edmuad
Doulas Veitoh FBae. envoy exraor-
dinaky and miaisUr pleaipotentiary to
the obvrt of Oopenbhapu, is dead.



Io GUGENHE IM'
.~~ Rli


HO


1).ml~~ nl i.


the general public to fhe
fact that we have one of F. c. KREN'T. L..w.. i kNowis'l-. K. l R. Jn:. -
the best equipped Roasters. .
in the South, and that we S
,can furnish this delicious 1
beverage at prices that 1at io a l Ba ik
defy competition. If e also
wish to remind you that our OF PENSACOLA. FLA.
Coffees are always fresh
from the Roaster. While lxxao.on ,.
others are old andl havelost WM.H. KNOWLES, W.A. BLOUNT. W.C. BRENT. W. K FV t. i


their aroma, ours is fresh!
and delicious.
N' ew Orleans Grocery Co.,
JAS. Ma'HUGH,
Phone 105. Proprietor.

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

SUBSBCRIE



TE 1DAILYT NI W

Only Ten Cents Per Wc(k.
N E -

, OPERA HOUSE.

ONE WEEK'


D. 0. BRENT,


Ma a Duth ug Dgt ;.

W'"We draw our own Bills of Fxchanre on Oreat B.r'vu.-
Germany, France. Austria, Itaiy. HolLand, Mpain. Bellin:n. t.I. 1
way, Swedeu. Denmark and other K ir.- #an countries .
lV"Ve-mei Diabnrsed upon tne M,-.s vifavorable Trr-. '
Obligations Taken Payable at Port of Dematnasion Ten or F''. 1F
aft(r Vessei A!rIves there

W'Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent in Conn.:tin-
with whion we have a Private Apartument for thm Use
ci^R~


Cold Weather
Coming.
S- r- f t : i .
Sr t', 1 a r r.i i ,- e C ,
I, Or .se*t K :.. .. : .

T ')ompso. Olseq


'. t


Coal and Wood.


Telephone No. 147.


Faid Rai I road -'r.


THE ORIGTW&AL -


3T. LOUIS


A B.C.


BEER.


i J. VIDAh, SoleWholesaler..

^* IAl I 0181, BR I I IES IE, IIP1RIED AID D1DS F

Pail Jones ail Echo Sprini e Cele ratte
PHON TRY I ITTLE OF CELERY TONIC.
PHONE 184. : : : : P EB)X (5)
* DJUG & FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED
Free Delivery to Any Part of the City.
S BWAll orders left at The Offee. Vidal A mitb., will to e"'-- ?
tlendQd to.





11 9 6 To be (iiven Hy
I9 HOPE LODGE, No. 2571.


-Iniportori and lDealers in-


- '(IFelo IW4 al.


Chinese and Japanese Monday. April 16, 1900.


*--Fancy Goods,=*
FINE CHINA TEAS.
No. 31t south Palaf-xz Street,


inn lr~- ( )tfl


Your- for SI.-- .- l


TRUJN KS,

I.GUGETNH(IW.

CHICHESTEP S tiCLISH

SArFE r
7. k.1) a- I 4.01'd -TI .
~uhd~t4.. and tai..
Reflsot A3sdgea..,2t. sp
trn ~ ~ (30e.6--07c-r & i-s C


!'FN- :% 1%.Fl.%


THI'k-'- IONt-. L.adiE-
Tr.,t -prtati, ,n fn r,;,


$zGOLAY__


~H. :z. r tnt'. lrea

11'. ;1- Pecn A paI tlen
iv. r.~ te 4 -el op ti(-]; ,-

.igo-'at in in Puliire ha- --t ckt'ts at

- engel:tra in. ".efuz tiir infiernia.j
ti-n .'plyt- t
RccHT.KIXNG icr
P. 'THiOMAS,
'e ii a cola.


Grist and Corn Meall Mils,
M. F. GONZAsEZ & CO.. Pr-, s,

CHOICl 3.11I AN PI :Il'-. i, l N
bOi< K I ;F l


l'atron:z- Heot ij l:' !.i 'v. :' ; :-'r- H.-
.v-ry rr a-on yo'j 'i il :.1 .-. :. r l-*a. ;and
Mtewik ,-(i from t'. tmIai.- M. N;ft-tr.--.
for by so dr,:ng you firnl-afu z- iLr-,.- >rd:e -
try. Yur uitir.e*y sI l. ft i t,(- ,.,,rn aiun .tv
andr y;tu in turn are lindir- c'Iy .v:: -d.
In foIterinz the It.om m,: ITeft':ror you
co)ntr:itute to tWe cau .e of l tr. You owe.
it to thecommunity in wbch you live and
which contributes to your support.


Ladir-e yvillP
i~r.l IVB-i-r a 1)-4 11itu
t#. rat I' I tpe:1.
Geo. Pfeiffer,


Ae r t.


PENSA4~L\
Try it. on T'n ~


t'?


COM M EN('CI <,


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 1900.


DEMANDS


AN INVESTIGATION

Alukan Land Orants to Be
Inquired Into.

BILL LAID BEFORE SENATE

Author .o the Meauore Charges That
Privileges Have Beem Granted a a-.
wevrd Few &ad Asks the War Dr.
mst fero liformatioa.
WasUnrMroN, March 1l.-Soon after
se masate omvened Mr. Turner of
Washlagton offered a reeoation direct-
ing the secetary of war to inform the
sWas whether any cosesesions to exca-
Vste ia the vicinity of O1pe Nome.
Alaska, or in other western waters,
have been made to any idivilt al or
corporation or assoooistio by the secre-
tary of war or any other war depart-
ot offcta, if to, upoa what author-
ity If ay. such grant was made.
Is response to an iquiry as to the in.
fsrimstos which had prompted the res-
olutom. Mr. Turner sa:d be had been
itformed by the governor of Alaska,
who was now in the city. that the war
Department had granted exclusive rights
to certain pereo:ns to mine the bed of
the sea near Cape Nome. "If this is
true." he saiJ, *it is a shame, a re-
proach and a scandai ,'
The riu.aution w4* a.r-eei to.
Mr. Peti,:.rew uoffeird and snrureui
the paasagt of a r.so.ur:,,. dirt-c:tin
be secr..ar v u; war to iutorii t-. ?ea-
ate what were mte uaiticat:ans of vo
tore in the avrrot.bing elie::on ain
Oaba. who prescribed tihe dtionou.ie, tla
purpose of the e.ocai-n aULL wo wouid
take charge of it
Mr. lrale ca.:ed u the measeor m k-
iag appropriatiacu to siopiy ad iitional
urgest deianucies. Tiae commitiei
amendment thereto woa agreed to) and
the bill wasm pased wirbout comment.
A bill to aotnorane one judges of the
disrios t corm of the United States to
appotat stenograph*c reporters and de-
l -ise the du tie as to compensation
of eanh reurere was passed. The bili
prondes lor the appointment of 90
ot reporter@ in the United Stares at .
a salary of P.000 eaob. extra pay being
provided for estra manasaripts of court :
Iraedla essupplied.
T e bill to provlJe a civil code for (he
Di. rtct of Alaska was then tsea up for '
eeeideyrtjoa.


PURCHASE OF LOUISIANA.
Cheese Takes t*ps Looking to Proper
1.)VrIatto u .f tb* Orcmiosa.
WAMIIlOTO%. March 21.-Wben the
bose met Mr Dala;ei of Penasylvanta.
trom the comf.fittee on rules. presented
a report: from that ommitree for the
appointment of a special committee to
oaesider all proposed legislation rela-
tive to the crlebratsic of the uoe hbn-
dredth anniversary of ths purchase of
the Louisia territory at St. Louts in
190u. The spouker appointed the fol-
lowing committee: Mesrs. Tawner,
Maneeo:a; Steele, Inaisus; Sherman.
New York; Joy. Missour'; Gorlie.
Michigan; Burke. South DAkota, B1-
pubicans; and Messr. Williams. Mis-
tselippi; Bartlett. Georgia, nd Oiy of
Virgiia. Democrats.
The house then resumed the consid-
arausio of the Laud bill relating to eo-
ondeles mail matter Mr. Bronweil of
Ohio was the tirst epeakor. lie advo-
eated the paaage of tne bilL
Reported to the Seate.
WasnuvrOTo., March 21.-The senate
committee on pensions has reported f*.
virably upoa tue bill Introduced by
eeastor Platt of New York. giving
reference to so'dters of the civil war to
.issitaon lan the civil pervio of the go.-
arnmeat. Tue committee reuommonds
an amendutint. in,ading soidiers of
the Spanibh war and war in the Palilip.
pines.
GOV. CANDLES ON TRUSTS.
.He Bellevaj Ib'y Are Ijuerlous to
seh Country.
ATLawTr. March l1.-Governor Caad-
ler of Geor;it. in his testimony before
the industrial oommissios. stated that
he baieves ira-u, are injurious to the
best interest t4f the country. ladivid-
gal oorportions are not dangerous In
their individual capacity; iat s whea
tuey pool tseir interests that they be.
come harmak
**They rasse prime and build up oo-
loeal foramies that are not good for the
peepl. They build up the two *z-
utrmes of society and deetroy the great
wdla class that ha been so largely
repmeaoble for the progress of this
oastry."
Trues Has B ee Deelared.
ATLAT.IC CITT. March Il.-Andrew
Oaraegie. Henry Phipps,. Henry More-
land D. E Lovejoy and Charles M.
Schwab are here and they are ooaematly
is one another's company. Mr. Paippk.
Mr. Moreland and Mr. Lovoejoy, *usoe
the Oarag;e- F rick lltigatioans. bave bee
supoeed to be on the side of Frtlot. It
Is reworeed that a trooe has beea essab-
llhbed between Carnegie and Frick.
t4*-y or a *n.
n., t be hound I til and f a t fulr
'-'pt'i l v 't, (K a. li- t ,i-,'*-P I- t 'i-
'.-* * 'i:l ,, l.tvry. ti orr D .
W i\V lli"nin ,f M-; cii'!|..:e M i .I..
v il(.-i- 'l :s *- W11t-* 1: !1
tr *. 11 w; <: **M y w i; t '* ::
-, i .':ple-s- f.r five y :ar- th .T !.<
c-.nld to t n.' over ini bh'd al,,le
.\1f:-t r irta-. two i .,t:l, of lJ<-.tr:a.
li;';t-r-. -hli id w,;J-rlt, lly ii.;'1 *, ',i,,
I; I a!e d-. .. r own wrk." 1 ii-
-t.pri-lliv- re t;' !y ff r If it *I- quickly c rur-- n : voti- *---. -i.",' .----
i @*. mt liai(ch< .ly. d.wm- ^". lI.. '-
:*"he. fui,.t:t : .<1 d' 1 :,/ -;,'.-A T i :,
!nira4tlf wsoI ki:;ni Ined ia it : -.,, -
-'nid ,o we.:k. -ickly. run ,w:, ..
;,l|. Ev- 'r\ bottle g.na-d.t-t ,. 4):.1.
"O1 -nt-. .li by \V. A. bD A 2:,

.Voth/in s, S set.I' ofr a ho s /
as handfsom"n,, furniture.
.AIarston 4 Finch hare an
iim en ve stockfor Iyou to se-
lect from ahI they will sell
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AWEITI=E vCG.
A I. For the next 30 days A. J. Wat-
t *kins will order ornamental wire
A vfn, fencing at such low prices it will
It bk An2!a 4car. ,e..l., Bartto. Liver- surprise everybody. You can have
pool toorder. with 4Va tons salt as ballast any kind, from 2 feet to 4 feet high;
Am P~ k'nas DOla. ltaw, Immous. Galves- or you can get the best and cheapest
ton to oulf Transit t.o iron fencing of all kinds. When
you desire fencing of any kind done
AT orARAWTIKn-. leave your order at Win. Johnon &
Nor lhk Louiii. 1li Loreat-en. London. to So'803 for uie and i u will save
ousatcuas Lumber t-'R d work. A. J. WATKIN .
TIHlE S^HIPtIS.*. l;imim.


y~ii~ls JN PORI
_-an frn -r.-t.-, Ih%'. a~rmccheba. lto W
kzr HiV!1aa.imnt. !;1,va Johli-stoii. to i.'ensa-
coisi. I~u anii,-:- k -
lr halaopa, 1 .1.U-urgcs, tIo Pensacola
Luiinty.,- tC
wr Tror'pn. I117.j. !"t. w:! I tc 4,vu IV Tri ii. a Co
Br Usl a t~I. t..u,.a ran

(-~ ol 'unrr~us. 17!?. Durcuman. to NV L
Wi ft ch &cq 4)
Nor llatrisr,:b. h alversten, Zo It 11
SARNK .
('er iten-li i .n7#'-' Iiiz. to BOOare,
1) anwtedv & Co-
it Kr-.atl.- ,-1~1, Cos~ta. to Ba~irs. D[un-
lo. ca l'i t .r-i -..F .i. t I ift 3 -ILr
Str(or .tworliaa.Ii. nv r'.to ordsr
Swfal Dim. %%*i i17. i.u i.drsr. to I t1oardt-r
.Nfpr Ei.-?ir. A. ArC*refn. to.4 fi.'r
Nor I 'r. g za '4'-A -,. .incl."to orde-r
Not .'!*n. tootr-.: to~rtler
Norl i .-iat' i .A. w': --.-i to A' s Ktviycr A
N.'r I ndi s. .C .--i suit Nav~al
-itor -#. CO
~~~~a :p ~~~.to 1 or',


Elegant bed room sets, or
cheap ones, whichever you
want, at AMarston 4. Finch's.


Sam


Jones


-AT THE-


TL5IIDA m mUTA UlO,


DeFnuiak Spr;;rs, Flrida,


Saturday, March 24th.


N~or .r.. ....Joh:n'on. to Bahars. 4'7 J
L)unat,Vdr 4*I4 f
~,Nit r iwti,6. *647., H ctri,.WsS Key-w
-r t-eo hon-,. t or: Of the S'ascn.
N4.r P'vi tI t, 1.4-;.t.LaoiiiW Ke~y sr

N. r -ia-4.1. 4j. tilauau to ri-tett~m..aI.oi.luvk -
Ku TouVer%. 17. at-w.to Bumar,. A Day of Delight !
I ou11%,ikal V & kC"'
to liasar',Ihit-:Everybody Co
A-u Vvdund'i. i'.Ecke-rt t3 KE i- un-
dotarp Ca't
It Vt-no-zisn.A-k4. Fartari. toltitarm. Dun-
wo~ly a Cu
1; WG S.


0io


Dme.


O*r Elly. 47 Manes. .o order A Ful ani perb Prfiraell :
SC"U-ON N 2H1H.
oteAm Donna &lChrAtna, 13. Axelen, to :11:30 a. m.-James V. Fair, I). D.,
.Am 1.1a A avlies. 3S5. Henson, to master Georgia's Popular Orator. Donna
Am HJialmar..4. Ax.r-Ion. to master Adair. the Sweet Soprano.
Rr Iserrta. 184, Sas age, to Jbohn A Mer-
r.rtt H n in23p..-Rogers' Orchestra,
'Hunting Scene.
p CLIEAUNgD. I % a) tAILK KDFOR PK. 3:00 p. m.-Rev. Sam. P Jones,
'A( 1LA "Get There and Stay There."
SmT r--,w"- 7:00 p. m.-Grand Concert, The
:..,.rvan. Nor. .id Manchiot.-r March 7 Davenport Quartet. Donna Adair,
V.ronma. i, ..I, ntubr.tdae, tiamburg Soloist. Chorus of Entire Assembly
Huddersflcald. Hr.*wl. at Harry. Jan .0 talent under Prof. Frank rtayt-)n
mirundo. Nor. sdI;. 4in. Antwerp. Jan 10 Thompson, Director. Moving Pic-
RiLOIlfl. n i ki. l d i #(nn March 6;
m3denl'am, lHr. 1-m, Haraiou, 'St Michaels tures.
Th-s skymsn. Hr, 1:o1. Watt, arrived Rut-
terdam. i '.*->
rlvItr.t-u. Ar. lr.'-,Koh..rat (.-.n. ian "-' ; U C O' T E LA KE.
/auzibtrr. lr. ld wa.aeeaFet,; M SCO TH LAE; 1 U UA A .


l1ol)pbtt. Ital- bId H4waro--e Dec7
Potrtiat-i,", Ncr. 1:3Z-' Sidkjti:aetaoCk Feb Ni
S- '.4.,'-
Ita -a Fe'it~t'-- it M .-. 1% d M Arseille Ps Jan '
Aga' te, Nor 1-,7. -id '.Ai~tw.p15.-a'1i


iat tar 71 ami,aar*L.jiIt-L. Nor2''tm..1a intwt-rp
I 0-C 14
Fttio.It. -Id 'tnts toII"'ins
r rlt..: (jiustai .'U. I'., -itl I::w-wrt Mar',i7
Ffihi'-. It. .-%-f.i taa~ S e':)t L.'. ubori-
.Najvr;.%' naer Pt -r-- Roye I
S1- r. N or. si (I Pi---,.s n I s-ciP
Johani Ir6.-atop. Nor. .1.14hrv~Antand l~Nov It,
.iio~nane. N..-;d I loriurg DI)'$4
Irul.ca"iU.Kus 7. -!d I iant~u: I('1I
Marck Ils. It. sId linna'i -r:. Nov
41lga. KHs sd .SA Lt RI-ic.- i c,:212
l-A'la %O adr,--.It. itt. i!A ins: rdmninJ nilt',
6t,-11^ 8. It. --.-!. at ieI,'aa'stt. 1K '
V M: u I O. N 4 1r, s I' L....it I Ia
\.-:i.I t. '"Id M!dad--as8.1- t, 2
We ht" si-iv-di niuy o-)dat,-r hills
since w we 4,;i tislml..ZCfi:*,iiha-z-uin%-.
Cuu.1h U[tIt lii'.V inI 'lt)111- ilaf-.
kooep -Albottle a.pefta HIltho-ttn-se :and
wlien-vs-r any 4-f iiiv tamilv a'r may-
_4ilf begin to evatch el tf: w b,1~-irin to
U-0 tilat:- I gh '11- (1dv ;iasdas le
a doctor and I invur a 1:4 r~e d. b..tir
uill. faor Chumhe(ribts I'h'Ci -tvtlaRem-
edy uttrer fail- to curf%-. t j.4 cer-
tainlv a mt-dicivi-of grey ini-,rit mild
Iforchlunt analFarmer. Matti-, lied-
ford c-otlit 'v. Pa. Fair ?.A ivby 1H u
nati lrate.. ','I outh iI'Alatox atra-vt.
--Cape Miy" at Eugene Arbcana's.


SIX LIVES SAVED BY A NEGRO.
He Makes a Darti ItesCweue Fromn
Buru4c Ualilding.
NEW YOWL. March 21.-Six lives were
saved by the gallant work of a negro
ana during a fire as a flat in West
One Hundred and Thirty-fourth street.
The man's same I& M. S. Anderson. He
detected the Are while on his way to
work. The flames had gained consid-
erab;e headway, and ta a window of
the second floor stood a man named
Nelson with his little children novering
aboat him. their escape having been
cut off by the flames. With two other
man. Anderesou ra iuto the buniiding
next door and up to their floor. Wsth
his two companions holding hiq legs.
Anderson swung a head downward and.
swaying hi body backward and for-
ward, managed to reach the chuidren as
they were held up to him by the father.
All were taken out safely u tanis man-
ner.
The firemen brought the other occu-
pant3 of the buaildiig down the ladder.
l'rree Va-riiation..
OrnTup-day--.Thursday- an;ii Sat-
it'5 ,y. frout 1:. t1 t.) :; p. u.,. p.-or,- ii-
wili hie vaccinated fre.-4 of c!harze- at
th.- *il;ie of the Sta:t., -oa;ard of
4-iA t etf Flo'ri.l'. Nn 9 W ..t Intitn-
1.ttc.ia -'t t. 'Pi' y-ician- of the cit%
.' < iI,!!' vy c !.>- ntI d to I pr riolinI
Tlhe .-cfI aVLt' t t;At li,-t r'1 a m;i. d.
1V,. KI. H v.-:v.
Age .
NAVAL N TOI!.ES M.1l:HklI-'.
Kepoartd Itaily for The News ty
M)eetrs. A. M1 M'Ae, & Co.


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The Greatest Day
EVER PRESENTED TO
WESTERN FLORIDA.


s sForn he- Roand Trip
fMNLY 50 UNT! ,frort ,,oma.,lis Tr
lIver Junction and I n'.rtedl:t.'te tations.
by Speeml Trains. (C'heRet- and BIoit Ex-
curuion in tht World. '- iId-)KEN -.c.
Trainsdo not ieave until fteer Ev,-ningSe--
sion.

GN GOVERNOR'S ISLAND. N. Y.
LJ H., March 21, 10O-Sealed pr,,-
posal6, in triplic;-te, for furnishings
fuel required in Dept. of th Eist ,
during fiscal year entfiill June u l i
1101l, will be received hero and at:
posts and tationa indicated in in- i
structions iQ'ued l1ereunder, until 12 ,
M.. April 10'. 191m). U. S. reserv sI
right to rej-ct or accept any or all
proposals r any part thereof. In-
formation furnished on application.
Envelopt-s contriningt lroposalk will
be endor-ed. "Propos'-al.l f,,r Fte-l at
--- JAS. M. MOORE. A. Q- M.
(i. 21m4& 17d2t


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IOHIN,


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FRIEOMA& Ci'


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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 Immn ense!


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I.-.
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f tI/l~ lll/if ''-"- ji i J ( i l N' \ '. i -
f tinl .? W/ Lo 1w I/'ri:,. -


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


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

MV illinery,

4 X
S tents F]'urnishins and (Clotilin almost
(}iv;-n AwaYv.


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


Ton are Corlially IiTite( to Visit Car Mamni% Establishicnt


We are Invincibles in Low Prices
This makes our Success.


Mail Orders Promptly Atte.nded to.
'.I Trade Discount of 6, on all Cash l'urch::--.


SCOTTE1N, FRIEDMAN & CO.

^ 3^^1'^ KS~ta2^-%^?,^^.'


W. B. WRIGHT COfPA*Y,


M k N' U I- A II*,.I. A X I'w1Fk 1 I~- .-4IN


S.L. UMBER, LATHS,

f I SAED CYPRESS SEINGLES-KllBn-BrineSaps
a 1. - PE\'SACOIA, FIA.



Te TBi MW' W4 T COLUMI!I


FO. E. BRAWNER'S*


**47q3fpi,4Aqe



JOK$ Je 0E&PRIQIE JIOlJSE3*

IV


EWE HAVE JUST RECEIIVED O()'1R


Spring Line of Up-to-Date Dre s Goods,

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


27-inch Z.'phyr (uititihams, our
price .......... ............... 1*'*
:;G-inch .Spring .I'-:cales, our
price .......................... c
:3-incb Very She (r White Lawn.
our price...................... S'c
27-'nch ('heck N.iitnsu ok. our
p rice .......................... .-
.;'*-ich WlAit.- and ( ,o'ared
P ii pe., lir p i." *- ...........- 1.. l'
3,a inch Wiiite Corded Pique. our
pricc ... ....................... St'
2;-inch Solid and VWhite Duck.
Our priet ...................... a
I Yard-Wide Sea I.-land Cotton
at ............................


Remember the Place,


No better Cigar for


the money made-DUB- ___


Calicoes


Domrcstics


AT THE


OLD PRICE.


;TO Advance'


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i.'rir i va-d(lr ti -t t r. '.4:I
l-a et t -a I v tI(, oI 4-- ,aI. lj f' .1' r i
roll'- Nc-w S;rin;.- Mat z, r a12


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t the Parltor Mara'et.
]E~(Ht% FI 'It 11 ATC H I1N (i- rl f
1~j5 099- (Itpure bred hr iww
Leave orcera at Parlor Marko-t.
8AL R iJ,-r-rftoon aares I n vi-
17urbs. fronting Liayou a ha'.,
Gold 00 easy terMS. Anti at a Dar.(&.
C. Watson & Co.
FIt SALF-Tb. most dosralr~.'. *
(Iheciy easy to-rmn. h%;~,. .
Real iCatate Agcency. 1). filat@Wai, 1 ig..
ger. l~nub Paltox trwet. .~



wie and one hinglie P1~~:t
301 Wa,9t Ut'asestreet.
W ANTEfl-0..cond hand ei,,
fns arid marble tops for j~.


N''.I- Offi1ce hour 1~clpCe-mi a. ,I A
Adeoc-k.

cu.haul ant] saw reral 111 1.
o t-sr ~ 'imir-r. JVor p:Irtitv.la,I s.'i
ANTE-Allkinds of ..mpty c..a
IV X v otls. 1.A.FA1D -4

ANTED-Oldbeer battles at ~an:- .,-.s


M lS F[LIME Ii'MLl;YPr~ni,. -
its lifth terin in tbo- re i'icnv.. at
nor of Palafox and Jacka-lig. -r-
trance, on Jackson. Terms l. pt-r :Y



(1,li. pi iiiepst. N ight te-rm t L.-i;:-



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IIlw < r &.i 11. ...
F 'L<(1%*F K it FOR( '.et;..-' :
prou ,'l*it n p tIiatu Itu p .r -; - - -
phlione ;. Mor


S.oAntH b luy Ky-tn '.
an1 ude-l-r in Hnir o;i xl,. .t-
Articles., UtlrOil. tc.. R W. W t
street.

Room Mouldings
in all shade-. plain anw f.nr, "
E. Rosa & Co'k, No. 11 N. I' .
Phone 382. .;

Don't buy anything ,,
furniture or house furnii,
iftfs until you hare .e s'^
Marston 8 Finch's ./',A
Their prices are lou,: //,,r
stock is complete, andi / i
will sell you what you iri '
on lon. time.
Try TN WS. 10o ct-ri. : w -



f NI1ITHER tae captain.
nor ouign..e. of a t f t
Urula Br-ghf will b-
4!ble for debts Contra,
the crew of Paid vessel.
(,:!lf Tran-' '',-.. I
C>n>'l~n***.


%)."!TH Ft 'rtoo i- 4112t


J. I t. 4
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a ior nof'.sjn -A


a natd 2 ( -r :c .tra o. lin icifb ; & 1"i ,r
."W- Z !
105 S v ralafox Street, r, I A *T t
I,- tot ri i P..


-ai~ed vessel.
til '.. a-al Store% rC4..
ar,.(, tjIrian 04,.


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nor cb.h-
wo.iEian t~k .it
da aspj:;. W.- f,i- I ,i,-*
by thie crew of sm.-i


1a RGIET STORE.


YDUR5 FOR BARGAINS FROM NDOE ON,


Fm. VWN ER'S


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SPEOWPOTICES.


0*' *WNT4- WOqo .

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Budidng, Palalot t..-

'TAfVI-:la Y 'l:--
Mi:('UiITIl.M''S *'.
6TtRE Er. .

curpal)-re.o i .*a
tmec. r.-r.t prop..rty .,f i
rplEntvlt- .iC',.-fr %a.V.!r.
"Sll On or i!r-- ',
lt.a f .ate asnil i*ft,
V.~l.i*ai. C4'na.. ."'-t
Who .1buys it I it fr-u 8- a!. -
vv'r :h a*i'.,w tn h



vly n.ai-r I ntet-'.... :,,.
inor Htiimti.:d

,-trc-t.: a-in a.. .
Wo-.t :S, rung rt.




$'I O ra MO h 'A .Ul III qo
Not t-isin.il.6'. sill c. *'. w

sha t 'ti '."r- u1.41 'a~- ao A-

fa-aic' -. inil~- f.I .-.
Lan rr llt'. .rvaaa t 11..- r .-
road. (tic.-- nl.v--. r :
fisratsair %lihurliaan hat,. -.-
() K. Will es .-hai.ic- foAl ,.t p!


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