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DAILY


NEWS.


VOL. 30.


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 23. 1900.


NO. 42.


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


607, STEUNENBERG


ON WITNESS STAND

; ,ars Before the Cuer

Aiene Commission.


FRICK AND CARNEGIE RELIEF OF MAFEKING THE POLITICAL WAI BRITISH REPULSED


REACH AGREEMENT


Their Differences Adjusted

and Suits Withdrawn.


A HOPELESS TASK


IN KENTUCKY


Boers Met and Drove Back Beckham and Taylor Each Have


Plumer's Forces.


An Army at Their Backs.


WITH HEAVY LOSS


MACHINISTS' STRIKE


IS ON IN CLEVELAND


Gatacre Meets Defeat at the Two Thousand Men Refuse to


Hands of Oliver.


Go to Work.


.- ,! OF WAR EXISTED GIGANTIC TRUST FORMED


SYNIAN QUITS MAFEKING LIANY MILLS SHUT DOWN


All C'oncermens In Wieb They Are In-
terestied Are )Merged Into On@- (,or-
poration %%lth (a Cpitial of $1-100,.


ATL ANTICCITY. Marn i L2.- -Uutir an


i tn.- 'or d'A.-ene in- agreement jumt siguedi, in co.-test be-
:. *t *I rUo caution. after tween Anarew Carnegio an i H. C.
Sn.m ;ny a.:nost uninter- Frick has been closed, the .aw suits are
: .:ve \e-rks. gave way to ordered stopped and an atnicab:e ar-


.:e-nenberg of liaho was


rangement has been made tbetwen- tho
twu steel ani Iron manufacturers by


'.e' ca..e-d to rebut the whi'.a cit only are the warring ele-
- .; .a .ave ieea made. Tae mients set at rest. but a great steel and


u [ was cniucted by J. C.
:i., of tue counne, fur the de-
.-:: ,r S:eunenburg readanumber
n.**ms received prior to the blow-
., toe Bunker Hill mime and
.g uT, to that event. On April StI
S.. ric Barbridge of the Banker Hill
..C telegraoned that an arned mob
.s *topped the Baaker Hai c -- trom
w rain and calling for protection to
:., property. He ai&o read many sle-
;'1us showing she steps takes tomasa-
alO nrder. The governor sngge-sed
* :tratioun f differesoees between the
-:5 Mr Borbridge stated that theae
,* nwring to arbitrate, aad agata
I 1 for protection.
Apra W, the day of the blowing up
.- i ne. governor Seumea berg said
e.ve &at loll7 o'clock that maormain
;,,'hI fI, m Mr. Burbridge etaUaig
U. tre minere of Canyos Oreek
,IU oft and were coming toward
.. 'r t mineusi'e the Bunker Hill
'hti was accomoianied by an-
P* :uAet for protection. Other
-. .;La were received. first stating
armed force had taken posse*-
'lie railway tracks at Wardner
-n statiir that the rioters had
tbe B uicsr Hlil anii.; that
i piacetr dynamite under the
'. t.,at It would be b.own un.
i' &n.; A.,i tleegrapued Iina
A eLr luat tte i.iiil wa& bl wna
; v.:ig itoo ravity of the siuti-
..tr tie goveru >r Sai d be sent a
'. the ir--idertt for feiar.,i.
I i ta, ir-a,. were at6ent in
r a .1 he nhad l.on i:.
ucr d Aene exe:tement.
.: : to g:o in pI ereo tie
:u' tv the cetue of dis-
\- -. Mr S.nwastr te.e-
.'.* .-'in: tuat the pres:de:it
: .- i tra ,i) from tLe near-
l. ie a.so tearegrai>he
r auaiuy investigated
ia rtial saw; that nine
." s;/. favored martia.t
S" ..' m ariinietratlon of
S,'A- :Tar ., that people were
*-..v and that masked tn-n
r*, atiout tue town terror-
Scranm *bowing the ex.
v ,,muts from day to day.
S.. th.e p'op.e, the making
a I the proclamation of the
*- r wore read On tnoe informima-
% v ,-rnor said he had his own
:.o .: affair* for six years. in-
Sr-'-ate, outrage. with appar-
I to apprehend the guilty
I ,oasi tered a stale of war
".i .', reve.1.on existed ast the
S* .ldissnrbauces..


-NI:BRASKA


PLATFORM.


S I -..amn Tyeo It Has No Boear
oi pn Plary policy.
Maroh 22 Speaking
'- rakoli platform Senator Till-
*&wasi built to suit the exi-
.- tn.j party mi Nebraska. and
-i t, be binding on the party
.it; >na. campaign. On the
a1i,. it was a pretty good
Satf irm. but there to not the
* : uL-:er of the objectionable
.* .: incorporated in the nas
T"in.
m san saidi that Mr. Bryan
-.rtry wel. what the wishes
S nt l.e of the Democracy
,, wi!: govern himself ac-

ai l-or (hsttnnongs..
.' March "!*' -J Bukof-
r and Adolpa Mathis of
S:I \VW B Davia ot Lenier
*-rt Wolfheim of Be.lfon-
;'nrchased tae larze
a i' 'ttanooga. erecteli
for a snoe factory.
:iz it for a Lbo;ery manu
u:U grade hostery wi.l
r i Tne capital stock of


.11 I t lr.m r l o'r "
11-f h i spl. i !,:,!
: aI w ill a :1 *
a r! Il.- t f. l! '..
L.iv r. Ki dnK'.v- aL
,f order. If
a.nJ I h
-* l i KI:s."'- Na'p I. :'
\ 1 v .-ry- p '1 "
: 2'. :t A .


-'.:" re at all Prices.
S lit:I5.:l n til t;tM -
,li- t'i, l i'f 1. *tlr i
iltt lart-id b.,:,rd-.
.' .1sil1 d:" .w f a
-al.- .tAid table Vtr-
\ 'i,i: tilcinl at t). M1
-. r- ur:.iinreo HOu-".


iron corporation ha, been formed mat
wiil De far reaching in iti influence and
nave a capital ot over $.U00,u ,00.U.
This result has been reached as tioe out-
come of a personal conuterence between
Mr. Frick and Mr. Carnegie. wuich
continued for two days and which
finally culminated in the signing of an
agreement for tiemuelves and their
irmends and those allied in business with
them. Taoe agreement covers not only
all the pointe of difference between
them, bus asmo takes in all the allied
companies in which they were individ.
ually interested
All the points as issue were discussed
with tra kness. Mr. Oarnegie was
able to convince his former par nee that
he had no unfriendly spirit, a-d that
there were tme most cogentreasons why
they should wori together in harmony.
Tnat the conference resulted in toe
most friendly relations between the two
men may be in'erred fionm tne fact that
they went to New York together and
that all traces uf Latterness nad disap-
peared.
A practical agreement was reached
Monday n:gut and arrangements made
for anotnrr meeting Tuesday. Ine
meeting was a uong and interesting one.
When at nist this agreemilnt was
reamced It was forni.s;lv drawn no and
Sgineri for a.i tne mrtacnolder.-r in mete
c,)n.-eru. wh were represented in tne
imtanu .g. These were the two iLainu
p ;ants:
S.rst. that ail ,a fferencqs he settle
andi ali litiigati n be ~stapred at once;
seron.l. t1l6at ai pret n, at-i-m not onmy
!()r tne tirtius wani-n were :u litigation.
,ut a so ior a:I their individua. hold
.ing- In a utsi le cam-anies. agreed that
a*. ttie-e allies r am.uanies. of whatever
i.nd andl uiatur-. hunid ie coximbined
.n one c<.i:(. i:.,i tc n'E'-rn ani ,ut under
ttIt nianiagem-'int of raitiou. incorp,,rated utiier trio ;aw o:.
New Jer-ev. witn a cipital of $.u,oU00.-.
t '00 How tar rea'-ting tnee agree-
ilenu-, are is sbhon by tne fact that
tti#y cover not ouiy tne Carnegie Steel
comupauy, with its t0 oiu.0Jo o; paid in
apitia!, but also the coal mines, the
tihet ofi boats on the great lakes. the
ir,-n itnesB. the railroads the transpor-
talou ,les. the iameunse coal fleldeand
the coke interests, and. in addition to
these, many other interests in subsildi-
ary companies, which have their organ.
izations, which have thearexisteuce and
draw their support from these primary
organizations. All these are merged
into one collosal corporation. The de-
tails of corporation were agreed upon
and the stock in the new corporation
that should be taken by each of the
companies in exchange for their hold-
ings were settled.
The charter of the new corporation
is to be drawn within a few days. and
as soon as the neceniar paper- can be
prepared the incorporation wtil be com-
pleted.
VOLNEY V. ASHFORD DEAD.
Was One* L-'r*l tAdvrsr of the ll .
wellam Tbrose.
OAKLAND. CaL. March 22 -Volney
V Ashford, formerly a prominent po-
litical agitator and revolutionist, is
dead at his residence in this city. He
had been ill some time He was legal
adviser to the Hawaiian crown for
many year.
After the dethronement of Queen
Lithukalana he was prominently identi-
fied with the movement to restore the
monarchy. He was sentenced to one
vear's imnrisonment,. but was pardoned
on condition that no wound leave the
coun try.
telb-r Khi I Puls ls(tp leIn-.
MI:'nntp, March 22 L:eber Kahi
has oeen thrown out of temporary train-
ing and J W. Schorr professes to be-
lieve tear the 1&. derby winner will
nor face the starter fotr soie time. J.
C. Craven t'Croiaier asso pulled up lame
yesteriar after tbeitn. breeze I E iza-
beth Klein. in.- i;i-t favor ot tthe
present iay ic.!. '.. a-.es f, r l'ennessee
Uak- honatrs. %as 's n1 l ,-:rc.e of the
tra k yesterday in 1.4' E Inu the after-
noon streamier ani \t H Sverton nego-
ti tt (-erton tlniLe ea tIitit' gO.u by rccupne
ul ,engtul.
Tat t1''II- A i 1 .. *,.. r..' .,,, *'. 1 i:.. '* ;1-

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Penssulla, Fla.


Allegd Tl hat I'ree *4etasaI Are Pla)- Sergeant Golden Arrives at l-'rar ktorr


ing a Shrewd Game and Are Sur-
rendering Only Is.fe ior. Worthlet-
Arnsi. ILeaining 'llieir M.lauers
1. ri Future 1i's.
LoxiNs, .1March 2:1-A di-patch
fr In IIullwanta .iv e- bri-f detail- of
(H,.ii. Pi'lain r's .li;aprii ttoii;wnt in his,
attse-Ipt to asiarlc to the:- rt-lie-f of
M :t f,'kin1:.
Monday., (Gfen. Plunlivr%' advanced
giiuard. under C(ol. Bodle, did not
quite reach Pit-anui. lfor they l-arned
in time that it was occupied by a
-troln force of B.ors. The-y there-
fore foriti-d a camp -ix miill. south
o! Lobatsi.
on the 15th the Boer- attacked
Hodle and drove him back on Lo-
batsi. on Friday, after a re-d hot ar-
tillery duel, (Geb. Plumner retired
north under coverof darkness.going
presumably to Crocodile point.
The relief of Mafeking seem-e far-
ther off now than ever.
A dispatch to the Times from
S1.ringfontein says that the present
temper of the Free Staters in the
territory occupied by the British
should be accepted with caution.
They were aMtonished at the rapid-
ity of the British invasion, but there
is strong evidence that their attitude
is somewhat fictitious. In view of
the large proportion of inferior weap-
ons tendered for surrender, the inm-
prle-ion presents itself that the bur-
hlers are following the tactics of
Afridi- tiunder similar circumns-tancees.
Thls lact is moire .-igitflcant since it
is known how completely the Boer-
atlet ailtmed with M.lauser-. uone of
which are being -urrendered.
A Blot-nifointtein dispatch say y i; is
all.jFd that President Kruier has
p'ioclaileld to the 1iHoerp that En14-
1:td( is iu dire strait- and that tm;e
lti-siani have occupied Lodoln.
Nw so coal iii- froi Pr-toriat h:.-
t! way of lorenzo Marqu-z that
tih- lItur women at Pretoria in-i-at
thi:t thi British ollicers. !held ti-lre
*:' pi-rnirs o-f war. -hall he:-.iot
l'T!i-\ d..'l:ar, that the- Briti-h victvo-
rni **:in onliy hle :tv.-n -bd by exe(t I-
1aio; -Il th.l red coat-. 1The, wmat-n
SI: it ; 1 lLid n r ,li ra in. *i I of Iini iii
11n I bla;i, i nInie tr* ijs ip" t lit MlIonl-tr;a-
tion- i-.:r the i -tro, t olil in w li, !
: !,*" c't,it; Vcs' :>it+ k-i~t


A VERDICT FOR


PLAINTIFF.


-l10w His CIonfesslin War cured
-Cahgdernan and Colliler Will Each


H i,4 I'r t,9NA r A (1v ssta r Iun -To w rq
L it i-().gm,1 llo"l100111igmud


Ylsdeavqor to Kee! )Peac -Hot: firpukl'.et. lies N. Nar Plthugo AG


times Ahead.
FAANKFORT, Ky., March 2.--The
day set for the examination of their
four republicans charged with com-
plicity.in the awstassination of (o v-
ernor Goebel finds two hostile ar-
tiies on the ground.
Gov. Ieckbam has 2m)j soldiers and
armed deputies and Gov. Taylor has
2.-0 of the regular militia.
(ergeant Golden arrived in Frank-


ter s lBrIsk iE:acouuter.
F:;:::: >,i. MArrch .2.-The Boers, led
by Genez.il Uliver, have engaged the
Britimh troipt under General Gatacre in
tie vicin.'y of Bethuen, repulsing the
Britise, who have lost many men.
Lurghers are arriving here in great
numnlers. Geueral DeWee has arrived.
Desultory inrug with CJlonel Puam-
mer's co'.uma has occurred noar Gab-
erones.


fort last night, just after midnight, SYNMAN QUITS MAFEKING.
coming from Lexington itn a cj'- -- ---
riage. l1. IN i" n i*i'- IUlr..r> t Towsrd L i-
He was taken to the court house b4,.*- L'.gaons*ment at Plu.tteu.
thus and privately smuggled in L Ks-BATsI. March ;2.-The Boers, un-
through fear that an attempt would der Cou ausndant Syuman. are advano-
be made to waylay him.
It was learned this morning how mug ia Iurce rom Mafeking toward Loe-
Golden came to confess. It seems batst.
that it was discovered some time Coloael Bodle made a reconnoissance
ago that he accompanied Powers to on March 13 and found Platzniand Pol.
Louisville on the morning of the o u o t -
assassination. Taking this clue the trhgo occupied by the Boer. He r*-
deteetives secured further informa- turned to Goode Siding and made a
tion about him and he was notified demonstration on March 14. He found
through a third party that the facts the Boers in strength at a sharp curve
were known and it is &us-erted that in tne railway. They had mounted a
he then concluded to make a clean gun on thn ntue and were lying in wait
breast of his connection with the as- ror the construction train.
-assination, his story involving a A brihk tiring occurred a few miles
number of persons it, general and aoutn or L .suatsl on the morning of
Powers ill particular. Marcu 1,. Tae Boer-' Maxim was freely
IOUtiSViI.LE, Ky., March z3.--(en. uedi. Colonel Bodte came in touch
Castleaian, who arrived from Frank- witn the B)ers just in time to prevent
fort last night, says that the civil tue camp from being surprisedl. Tue
authorities have ant ample force to B aers atlace-,l the advance party and
maintain peace. Every preparation i p, ure'd a lew hoies oi amnuiinitino
has been i;tlde to that 'tid. If inot ana( neat'i! secured a Maxim L euten-
able to do -o.. he says he- and Genm. .nit Ty.er was Kwsi.ld and IL:eutenant
('ollier I-Wve an uutlde-rstanding for L'iaaptllia. captured Colon:el a b.e
c.'o-opf-r ati ,ll. .*on(iizn up ipa, aini Baers to flight wish


The striking Macheniast.
('i.EVE Ni,. March 23.-A l.ir.ely
attetded atd enthusiastic i mtetilng
of te -trikit ng machini-ists was heild
tlii- niartiiitt. A cording to ret-po:tv
rieroiv d. miore i* l n are o it t o-,aIy
thanL thlr- were yv-sterday. It 1-
.l ti:ii-d th.it tif-re are no lt -s than
].i i ,b t-t..

( "trO u ( alltllllil>| s.
N )i:'. \ itK. March 2! ;.-C'otto11
ai aI, t -l to,-day as fas ilow-: Mi'yl .
9:T :-a: A i.'ui-t. t0.17 ; S,'ptniiibfr. '-, I 4 :
Jaisn .ry. 7 :4.


Deavy iia.
On Marca i the Bor" pressed closely
,)i k").4aa0 lP.u'miier's imtin cain u ;id
kept u.p it o: tire with a MaxIm, killing
one wstve nimAn anild oue native. They
plaied, tae al.x;m an-i a 1.V., pounder
on a li.il on the east side of me line,
4U,.)J yar is romn tiio camp
T'i'e Britisi rigut is protected by
('cniof Batamen. wne has wrrue i the
B air, nat to entor ia1 territory.
1: is reported tai.t th,' burghers are
a-nud utu.z inmo enviram:uants, leaving
only a utlji lent numb-ar of artiaieriste
to inan tne ing guas. There are none
at Ra-atliath attina. whore they were
suntioedl to have their base.
Dyuainite explosions, wrecking the
railway, are proceeding south of Loa-
batLi.
FEARS ARE ENTERTAINED


That Puisaininnr Will Not liHe Able to
Ie-ach 31tfl-nltag.
LOND,-a. March 2-2.-The reports of
skirmishing near Loebatti, while ap.
' parently not inflicting any serious loss
on Colonel Plummer's columns, cause
grave anxiety here in regard to his abil-
ity to reach Mafeking.
Further news from that quarter is
anxiously awaited, for in the six days
that have elapsed sinoe the last mes-
eages were sent off a serious engage-
ment might have occurred, but not of
Plummer's seeking.
The Boers seem determined not to
give up their prey at Mafeking without
a fierce struggle.


WAS INSPIRED BY SALISBURY.
Reported That British Premler Sug.
tested Amerlo e Interventloe.
WAsrItv roTo, March 22 -The Repub-
lican administration is not a little dis-
turbed by the latest suggestion concern-
ing its international diplomacy, a sug.
gestion that comes direct from London.
This is that the recent action of the
president in suggesting to Lord Salis-
bury the possibility of "intervention"
in South Africa was in reality inspired
by the British foreign office, and that
it is another evidence of the close rela-
tionship existing between tne politicians
in control of the two governments.
Netherlannds i)-elneo to Internede.
THn HA.oT'e. March :2 -After more
di'lberiat'o, the government has re.
p rredi a rep.y to Presileiuts Steyn and
Kruger rBre:tting ntltt i; was unab.e to
c):irpy w: a: their request ;'.r tluerv.n-
tion in nt s.,lt' Atr; ,-.ti war atft-r tit e
fortmar i de, ira-:oui ',tf tti ritisa gov.
erUmenut ;i(at Ilutrv_ tioa, %, .d Uot
be accupti ll".
I r',.- Ia.tl-re it-siare, to I) .rms.
A:.',::!-n. March *-2.-i' anar..,-i lant
O:lvit-r leli Sa..anti il two Iju -", 7 I"(,-re
the Britiu s(cou's arriv,-d. 11. on.v
succeeded :u inducing at-,ut a. en ta
accompa'iv :.rn. mostsv insurgent r.
,n:,tl. 'tn- Freeo .S'at-rs refuse'l t
wito num atnd are re'u:;ning t,) tfL
farms.


Don't Pay $40 and $50
f.kr SiMwi %, A' HI.S ** *, y
ran bt;y t!' i -t t;i'r-t w:i'h : t :.
l.it.- it-nra1vt^ten t- itt (I M l'"'.",i "-
B 'or::*in FtF ru itnurc H .uii- f,,i fri,ra ,
sit. ta, ;, r. (oir houtsf- l.,,1dl furniture'
I- e- ;ially s ch a:. Call tir.a; ',,'
the big -t, ck.


More I h.tn Peitty Firns, All eted by
th- Iroubi --U on oOf Uncere Will
3lisk- r.kS- (fG-ie.ral 'Unless Theire
i)* iss siiletAr*. Aretded To.
CI-:.vii.A,. March 22 -After voting
for over tour hours in secret session at
2 o'clock this morning l,Lo machinists
of Cljveiand. bota union and nonunion
wen, un.anuiuoudly dec arid a strike.
In acerdance wita th i decisioU reached
at tatu meeting, tie inachinist em-
tiloyed in more than 0W establishments
laid down their tools at %I o'clock bis
mnoruing. It is stated that soout 2.000
men aret out, including union and noa-
an on men.
Mnaonii the strike continue for a few
.Jay several tuonssad auditiouai mea
in otrer trades dependent on the ma-
cnbnists will become idle. Tue strikers
declare they wail remain firm for a
s-hour day.
President McDonail of the mechamaic
ha issued toe following statements:
"If t she 0-hour day is not granted by
the employers of machtiaint throughout
the country by April i there wall he
general strike involving W0.000 machi-s
isis aud not a wheel will be turned *a-
til that coouession is made. Tne strihee
now in operation in Chicago. Olevelmad,
Columbus and other caicos, have so far
enoouraged the machinists of she Uaiwed
States to make a general demand for a
i hour day and unoles the present strike
is speedily adjusted. is will be very hard
to prevent a general movement.
"Telegrams are pouring in from all
sections of the country asking permit*
don to make the strike general and If
the officers ot the National Metal Trad-e
assenoiay can be induced to meet na in
a spirit of fairness. without impoesag
naireasonable conditions to their propo-
Sitiion, a general strike can be averted.
SIf tme employes, however, nleist that
aii these strike, mass be dloclared off
for a conference before they woul4
consider thea propoitionu of arbitration
r.u anic.iab e asijustinent cannot be
louoed for
Pre-iient )'.oannell left here for
Err. 1Pi. where tie exipecs to confer
with President 6allon of the National
Metal Trades association with a view so
bringing about a beetiument of the
strike.
3,mnifnlletarrs Will Rls,.f.
New YO!tK. March 22.-The threat of


western leader of organized labor to
tie up inachie shops throughout the
country on account o' the -ticur day.
uas had soca weight with the local
nimembers of tho Nattonal Metal Trades
association as to caune them to take Im-

mediate steps toward organization. The
new organization, when completed, will
inc.udo tne machine manufacturers of
this city and adjacent towns.
F'o, Over Fifty Wears.


MaRS. WINs.lOW's MO.,TiHNI HMiv rI ass
been used for over fifty years by millions of
motbere for their childre-n while teetlhing.
s with pvrfoct Huccess. It soothes the child
softens the gum'. allaysall pain.cureswind
colic., and i1 the best remndy for Diarrbea.
It will rvilleve the poor little PuffY-r.r Im-
mediately. dold by lDruggist@ itn every
part of the world. Twenty-Ive. c-int a bol-
tie. Be stureandask for *Mrs. Win*luw's
Soothing Syrup." and take no other kind.


Will Meet June 1).
JACKSONVILLIa Fla., March 2x-The
Democratic s ate executive commiltes
met here ast Hotel Rathbun today and"
after a brief disaosetao aamed Juae 10
as the date of the state conveotioR o~'
Jacksonuille as the place
('olion Makes Denlal.
FRANKFORT. Ky.. March I* -Am a*s
theorized statement of Colomel David 4.
Colson has been given out in whtoieh
is stated that he know nothing of she
alleged confession of Sergeant F. W.r
Golden or Berry Howard.
Bank of EMlasmal's Prillts.
LoDo.o,. March 22--At tbe general
court of toe Bank of England the pw-
ernor announced that the profits for si
months ending Feb. 2j were 736, 14
and a dividend of 5 per cent was de-
clared.
Ilrala Wrecker Arrested.
H'IPKI.NSVII.LE. Ky.. March 22,-Dc-
tective Frisz this morningarrested Tom
McCaimn, a negro. on a charge of at-
tempting to wreck a Louisville and
Nashviile train. Uther arrests will fol-
low.
l'l'l I v A.-H. h Trr.K;i 'ir-- di--
f-:ja-.- ,af thu kili,' v-. .I ,sIn-.- :ain'l
-tr- lts ,th, t;e. liver -t.,ta 't, h and
how -. I-.nt -s l. t.y ianntah liro,-.

't1, "are Sole AArenti For
K',- r & Aill'iaaii. (Ct l. M. N.
IK-li a, .sat.i ('l.va ,sttl W all Pupa-r
- a. I i '- W .tll PiP,-rs F'ull iani
f .- J..-. E. I .. -- & 'a. No 11
PS. !I f )X l' I, ,r |' -t f

Your Credit is Good
For stything i>i ,,ua i,,,-,. \V'- [;iva
a larne- a--'>rriarie-st ,f ('oiata' -. Bed
.alisa i -. Tl'a ,-t .'-t an ;isd lI 'lerotiil
ui: te--. IraiC l;-d-t.;,ds at 51 U .
r M. PI tP.R'S
B.,r^'-i:; I-'uriiitur,- Hlu-'i .


DURHAM Cigars have
no equal. For sale at
D'Alemberte's.


ATI-NTA, March v. -The jury in the
case of Girovanui Ferriaro against IH II.
Smith s. Co before Judge 11 M Reid
in the first division of the city court,
found for the p:aint:ff Toe verdict
was for $3.5U0 principal, ls)9t 12 inter-
set and $9 protest tee, making a total of
$3. 508 12
The plaintiff is a resident of Milan,
Italy, and he alleged that A. N. Ivan-
cich, residing in Anstia, near the Ital-
ian border, was a partner of H If
Smith. It was charged that Ivancica
had borrowed $3.000 from Ferranio.
giving him three promissory notes, all
signed H. H. Smith & Co.
Ratlroes.l 1aNi (eonlimagc South.
MEMri:'1s. March 22.-A notable party
will arrive in Memphis Friday morning
over the Illinois Central. The party
will consist of locomotive engineers
from the New York Central railroad
system. and together with their fam-
ilies will make a party of about 110 peo-
p:e. They left Buffalo. March 20. on a
special train. They are on a pleasure
trip through the south and far west.
Atlanta 1. x'li IMachine Works.
ATLANTA. March 22.-Secretary T. H.
Martin of the Atlanta Business Men's
league has issued a lengthy prospectus
setting forth in detail the plan to estab.
lish here a plant for the manufacture
of textile machinery. Of the $100,000
necessary to be raised in Atlanta in or-
der to secure the location of the plant
in this city. more than half the amount
has already been subscribed.
South Caroliesa E sterprlse.
Cti.i miu S. C., March 22.-The
Charieston Savings institution has filed
notice with the secretary of state of the
increase of its capital from 310,000 to
t o .O A comnlmisr~-o has been Is-
sut1 t, the nCo.nuinoiIt Paper comnparty of
tiia 4 C;tv. I"J', C OILnatLV pr,).-> I.s9 to
(de ai ia T p-r and pip-:- gaooiS arid aou.
til; 'a :i zt:: iiihograpiu.; aual
Llninl!g l.u'iness.
-. 'a -f 1. -- ta'- J w !.
: : *.r ta' I iiaii :sh iit -ixtty
v- ,ir- ;a_ ,'t ': w lnj ;.'- a; pop -
i i i' i" 1 i, -I!l-,l by :s;;y at! n-I tla'dti-
t"i". t'ar i !: c 'ir.- of a :; '. -, t;erv.
aI-..-- :l;,: hoi- r ,.aalll,.ttlslil. *e .ton t. -
is v -. -c- :-. lirnI -. e '.. it i-
wi: a,,i" ,ii i nI al. Sold by all dir:.
ANii-t A sibvstitit' -. ti -re' i-
ait ',,n Pain-Killa I. ]'.-:ry Davi.'.
PtI' w' :2,1c. and 5)>c.

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


Rlural F'r-ee ilal i)-livery Along the
(Georgias Star flai'r-.
Wal'IINU.TONX. March 2'2 -Rural free
mail juoivery will soon be established
in Georgia.
The -second assistant postmaster gen-
eral, in a letter sent to tho members of
the Georgia delegation, has asked if
they desired tate service in their dis-
tricts. and they have noticed him that
they aid. Tuo new serrtace s scheduled
to go into effect July 1. Under it the
carriers delivering the mails along what
are known as the star routes will be re-
quired to deposit the mail of patrons in
sucn mail boxes as they may provide
asong tne route.
Thisn new plan will carry the benefits
of tree delivery to a large portion of the
lODisooe 111 the country and i1 a long
striale tward a complete iree delivery
system.
DR. HUNTER M'GUIRE ILL.
Sura--1n \s heI A snptat stld Jyeeklon's
Arms. tr11ikesII Wi h loresiyia..
Ric('im %',t), March 22 -Dr. Hunter
McGuire. the chief surgeon of Stone-
wall Jockson's staff during the war.
and one of mte best known physicians
and surgeons ain tbe south, ass been
szakaul wita raraly as and hie :ondi-
lion is alarming Dr. McGarre is G
years old and his health na. oeun fail-
ing for several years Hs present at-
tacK came upon hinm whil-' driving from
his home to mat pr.vaoe auspstal Ia this
city.
Dr. M'1-(u:re amputated Jackson's
arm after ton latter was wounded at
Cuanceliorsvilie. anal was with the
great commander when he died at
Guinesa station )
News' ll l itlsi La ; n1as -r (1almptisy.
R1iti.roH. March :2.-A charter has
been granted to the Southern Sawmill
and Luamber company, principal offices
in Phiaidelphia and Lumberton, N. C..
capital $5>uO.,000; owners, the Atlantic
Seaboar.i comDunyr of Philadelphia. It
wit! buy timber land and operate saw-
muls in iRobson and other southern
counties in Nortm Carolina.
(raig Law I 1'Ucoinstltutlonal.
4LEI.-H, Marca 22.-Superior Court
Judge Timberlake has decided the Craig
law unconstitutional. Tnis is the law
enacted last year by the legislature as
an attempt to prevent the transfer of
cases from state to federal courts The
case now comes on appeal to the su-
preme court, which, it it believed, will
sustain the court below.
Dr. Ball's ('ouh Syrup ur sany eale of bros
chitis, lungr afft-ction anil r sop,. P'y-.i
clans pre-cri'ne Ltb-lh relishl- remedy. ari
dlrugel-t% reco I" in'l it: -a ';,"- it :i 'V;'
fails to cure, und costs but:. c-'ssits a bottl-


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!16".( (mv, if- l~ull -(;IV-@ list..
I 4r mawl If Ja (t L;i For Fe-d-


An i..terestsg sait la ithe Atlauti. TO BE INAUGURATtD JULY I.
(lay 'ourt. .


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2 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 1900.


Perlect Health.
Keep the system in perfect or-
der by the occasional use of
Tutt's Liver Pills. They reg-
ulate the bowels and produce
A Vigorous Body.
For sick headache, malaria, bil-


WoIMe to Applar et Wlte .s
CORBIX. Ky., March 32.-Jeff Reem
of Knox county has summoned as wift
aesses an the Goebel murder case Mises
Ella Smith. Jane Oarron and Lizzie
Mathews ot BarDuurlville, who are al.
leged to have heard John Powers make
the remark that if some one did not kill
Gosbel be would Tuer will go to
Fransfcrt to appear as witnesses against
Powers.


iousness, constipation and kin- i: c-iverr Appointed.
dred diseases, an absolute cure NwW YORK. March 22.-Justice Bs-
TUTT'S Li ver *P lS choff of the supreme court has ap.
pointed J. Hampden Dougherty re.-
.-.. csiver for D. App'eton & Co., publish-
n O-r -~ era, on toe application of Daniel Pritch-
-MsksOver" a nt. ard. a stockholder. The bond of the re-
A Corry woman, who could not af- ceiver was tixed at $150.000. The lia.
ford a new .O5 hat. visitetl a millinery btiittes are $1.110.000. The assets con.
stowr. Iaw the late styles, went home. sai of stock and outstanding accounts.
pounded her old hat for half an hour
wthb a rolling pin. stuck a f.aither Arkenssas gubernatorial Contest.
through the land and went to church LITTLE ROCK, Mirch 22.-Colonel
the next Sunday the envy of all the John C. Fletcher has announced that
women in the town.-Erie Dispatch. he would withdraw from the gobern.-


Orltemallty.
Original things are not always good.
The bept that any writer can do Is to
abserb faets and similes as a cow does
grass-then give as good a quality of
be milk of common sense as possible.-
New York Journal.
MPLOYMKENT OFFICE.
Ring up 382 or call at the office.
11 North Palafox street, when in
need of a carpenter. B. D. Hoffman,
Business Agent of the Carpenter's
and Joiners' Union, will furnish you
with the desired help on short no-
tice. n25tf


A


0


Fuel Gas




Alphabet!

^ S-


wafi an ANCIENT who ued
to burn wood.
i. for BILLS that lie paid
when le could.
was the COAL that he after-
wards bought.
Is the DIRT and DUST that it
brought.
is the EVIL these things
brought to pass.
was his FOILLY in not uting
gas.
is the GAS George used in hii
tore.
is the HEIGHT of joy gas
brought to his hom1e.
i. tlit INDIAN: lihe doesn't
use iAU.
cannot use it, for J s the
JACKASS.
is the KITCHEN where GAS
is the fuel.
is the LAUNDRY. they'er
both of 'em cool.
is the MONEY, saved by a
Gas Range.
is for NOW, the best time for
a change.
is the OFFER the Comnpany
makes.
is the PROFIT, d(< 't make a
mistake.
i- for QUESTION: no ques-
tion at aill'.
is th- RANG(E y',u ioltluld
buy before Fall.
is the SAVING yoJ i.iak<., if
you do.
is the TIME and TROUBLE
saved, too.
is thle I'NION of Comfort
and thrift.
is VEXATION, now cut it
adiift.
ia WISDOM in having iin
change


torial contest of Arkansas. This leaves
Speaker A. F. Vandeventer and Attor-
ney General Davis in the field. Davis
has carried every county so far and
from present indications will win in all
of the 7b counties of the state.
Oh. (Goodmea Gtacions!m
"I shall nevab speak to him again, so
theah:" exclaimed \yoiingI Mr. Sissy.
"Who. death boy?" asked Sappington.
"That howwid fellah P'epper. Met him
lawst night at Tom Blugore's smokah.
alloww d' do?' said I quite politely. 'Jove:
said he. 'You heahb? I thought this was
a stag affair.' "-Philadelphia I'ress.
HIs Strong I'olnt.
I like thc s9if cone ited nain.,
IU' iman A!,,) thinks h, knxtWs
As nit ii -s any nirital canri
And so look dowin on thL-.
\Vh change to pa's along his way-
tr.o thinks he occuplei
Ani enineince hereunto they
MXy Uicer hi.pe to rise.
I like Iim since be never cares
i t.at those aruunld him Fa ;
le f n:(dl-tS not with their affairs
Who 'a- him on thec av.
Full of hi'.. If, be las no time
To satch hiis fellow Fl.an;
He has noi Li ks for thoue who climb
Or do the Lest t), y tan.
-(-lica.: Timt-s-liral-l.
Not Iil D One.
Johnny looking oyver her shoulderr)-
You'ive writtn "'devil"'' with a little "'d."
That isn't right.
Kitty-\Vhliy not?
Johinny-lI';1ii oti;uht to I';Wgin with a cajlital.
Kitty-lt:t "d-\il" is a very improper
nai.ne.-C.'hi'igo T'i btilanc.
Too Bad.
Sh-. n.it c- t! at r-. illtati, a-,J ti.e'd a,,cked a
pe n "I',a, t .'
'Tia- I t.,. i Ut tic uar (U:. si, f couurse, it
Vw;. n't f air
That ', i:e sit t;,spok, t. I ee i't i pl cked the
sinit i..' g wtl. l %' ,ii ret
Shliubtl Ie i,) 1,i.ked to prices ly the other wom-
en there.
-Ph.,adJelphia Pretss.


"IKEl I 1A)lD CI'"E:.
An Cffiering Prling Faith to Snf-
flerers.
I. your Blood Pure? Are you -lurte
of it? Do cuts or scratches heal
slowly? Does your skin itch or burn?
Have- you1 l'impi.v? Eruption-.'
Aching Bones or Back? Eczema?
Old Sore-? Boil-? Scrofula? Rheu-
tnatism? Foul Breath? Catarrh?
Are you pale? If so purify your
Blood at once with IB B. B iBotanic
Blood Balm It snakes the BIlood
Pure and (Rich. he-als every sore
:anid gives a eclair, soloeth, h l1altihy
-kin. Deep-seated case's like inlc(-rs,
cancer, t-ating sores, Painfuil Swel-
linir-. Blood Poison are quickly
cured by II. B. B., Tnade e-pecially
for all obstinate Blood and Skin,
Troubles. B. H. B. is diTferilnt from
Other remedies jeca li- t. II. IB.
drain the PoiSoni and( Humnors out
of the Blood and entire system so.
tlie sy:nptolins cannot return. Give
it a trial. It cur.es wht. naill els" fail-.
Thorough ly tested for ;;(l "ei.s. Sold
ait drl stilresv- ;it $1 per l',rizv bottl-
I* large bottl-s (full treatment 1V. .
So sufferers mlaiy test it, a trial bot-
tie given awayv ab-oluitely tree.
Write for it. Address lI.OOD)
BALM 'CO Atlanta. (.i. Write te-
day. Describe trouble and free mend-
ical advice givt-n.


Indigestion!

We challenge the world
to produce a renzedf! equal


plinl Tlhree Dollar; to buny a
Gast Ranige. to the Match/less Mineral


Ol HAVE EVER
Tried The reme n
system re ulator

PRICKLY A&H

BITTER&,
Because They Think iTia
nasty and bifer. direeable
1to the tomach and violertr
in actmion.
A6K THEM6
rap-


They w011 Telyu it's
not aTall disa reeable.
And as a cure for W1di shn,
Constipa'lon, h'i dney
Disorders itis un-

ex c eeIIedd..

HANNAH BROS., Epee-Sal Agents'

RmIn aDaze'Aboutattheo knIghtm.
"Yolart. .111 Etiglishma1ai. Illie'
said lthe naz ive to thle ftoruigu'lr.
w-1 iil fto ask a tjue'.t il IIpetalt~ining to
all Elgli'zll i i-tit utioll.''
..( ;itoil."
-NVI:y are' they (ailld KrAhri (it~(f tho
Gahrter vlo'i gal tel-.are w''In ll1tt'.tly I'll
t he dayttinie ?--Ali tt,'l)I.;:Cin i
grath .
'When EtheI l n"%.
`1 ;'9- II f -11tf. : -

T 1,t %% -!L- Ir .,I.b.i't ,t- i r
A r rn p itt, %hms al i .!t liii -


TI .. i d uit tr,a l n-t he it i3t, m. r,
Tlw .ir.;: birt go :it ten l-.t n
Fa t n!u ti -! tfi g1j I !T, triI t -1 yi

.the kne.) %Am launi.

'' A p11. -m n r i s m lit t c r I I u f

-SAIIwI lie iii.l


-WvII. 111-s JiIIIllt. U:Ilwav~r lhat, -I
wa!Iih iltile. $10 (-1) .a 11111k' e lithrIIe, en


d e rcadel,
tution.


en I'll drurln tl, iit. nlyV
a brass hlau'"-Aila;ita


fer you
Con1ti-


Acme Beer.

THE BEST BFEH so. L -) IN
FENSAC(')iA.

Dannheisser Bros.,

AGENTS.
Ats Sold by M. Perry a in Yatcs,


i. for YO'. plae oer a- ll'a ttcr for the curc of In- The Jug Trade
yeill |l+l


i.. i r our AI- to .11p1ly ttt
with UAS".


IDyspcpsia andl Is Our Specialty.zz3,;


(1.ll/OflIls o. I to,,oa(h,, Bowv-


GAS RANGES $13. Coccct d FrT. Troubles and Skin Dis-


Pensacola Gas Coa,


Cetses. Guaranteed to care


ori mfonlcy reiuaidle(/.


Gu ara iite.-'d.

Dan>~is~rBros


Cost


]P. 0. Box "'i


NO. 3 S. PAL&FOX ST. only .7 c'/ts a dan! to use it. pllone No. I


THE HEINE ACADEMY OF MUSIC,
No. North I'alafox ktrect.
MISS EVELENE M. HEINE. Principal .
MISS IDA PIAGGIO,. Assistant.
voice I ultur-. %V" i In lanti 'iawitl. I .'I.t.-;+
systeui;: alk .(utt% r. lianJio and Ma 0id w'lii.

Best Patent Flour.
Ouir Best Red 1 Ro./al
Patent is the best flour that
can be produced by any
mil.
Forget .fe .ot is one of
the best Breakfast Foody on
the market.
AUll made by The 0. E.
StEward JMll Co. and fur
saleby .Vew Orleans Gro-
cery Co.


One dollar bottle last twen-
ty d(lays.
For sale by all dru,'i sts:.
also 1". T. Green <\' (o. "
S.. Palafox Steet.
OF ADIDRFES


W. W. WILKINSON,
Greenville. Ala.
Testimonial FIromin Judge Gaston.
I take eieat pieasure in certifying to tilhe
nurity and the Ineritof WiIkinson's Match-
Ie,.- Min'rail W'atr. This natural mineral
toni.', to mny p'r< ;n tl knowledge. is taKent
from a ue11 three ntiiles east of Itreenville.
in the exact condition in winch it is sold. I
have wen this titr used. with windwrful
success. for dyspe'rsla. indigestion. sorFt
eyes and for eruvtive dlieaseo. sores and
ulcer- on man tinl nrnital. As a riemelltt'v
for tht-s- truoultle-. I do not heti-eve its
equal xtit'-. Iti Ihtilghy reconimended by
nil ti lalr. ftor af rlnllinil*-r of dio Au..


EVERY DIOP'


Doybood Dmekwbeat Cakes.
-Duckwheat cakes," in letters flaring,
w et!I it 4;-1 bLmenu staring;
i I ug1its av.ake!
And I think. with heart a-flutter.
Of the vakes, %ii hicoiuntry butt-,
Slother'd lake!
Ican sme~l that ,;reaie 2 bL~rnir.;,
I can sek- dew nitflt,,t~t urnIing,
%% 161 h. r knitc.
Vitre the kind I hat ti. created;
bet your life'
Each a separite Itwr-,-;- Iii r
Aotd the :,i~tk ,t TlAIteJ 14.1. r
A, it iW.n
Chi. II.o-e frai;taiit. -zzoatninir gas--%
Aaduxd tie i, c cat-A. ul-..


But ;inimtimi,'s t'd wsit an heur,
Lnt.king lat antil lh.,z ia d sour.
For a ak '
Thrusuh tiHeY'd .tine in fast and thicker.
Pa w ui.l t'at then far mrnre quicker
_ILatz thr%'d bake!
--Chicago News.
Men Are So UL'natilfactory!
i "So you saw Kate?" said the wife to
her husband. who had spent Sunday with
sonime relatives in the country, the Kate
of whom was to bei married shortly.
"Yes. for a few minutes when the
young mania wasn't aroundd'
"I suppose sle has everything ready'"
"I heard her say all her dresses were
done."
"Oh, what is she going to be married
in?"
"I'm-er-in ten days is all I know."-
Detroit Free Press.
A CA.iL
For DI mocralic Primaries anti Con-
vention.
i~t-olv-ed. That a convention of the I)emn-
oc;ati" party of E-canImtl county shall he
livid at konelton at 12o'vloJk noon oil the
h11 (lday of April. 19 s .lev'tingil twelve i '-'21 p-rMllii% to represent
E,'larii4 e loutliil It lihit lil.tthis t Conven-
IOl10 to ll iillt.- it (itaiiddale for Congre-t
tinl for the lipurpoe of .*Ilec'ting twelve ( 121
personsI to lrpteen4t E-camibll county lit
the Statle CoivellVtllti at stichb tillle and
place nSt liHny lie ixed l y Ithe v rtate and Con-
grt-sion(tial lielniloit(' I oiniiitte fand for
tlle purpo- t.f seletingi a i4oulnty Exeu-tU-
tIiv '< lii iittv to hili t 1ntil their su e s-
sor hli ll tiv seele lo d in 1!i42.
Tl'he pl-.inct' arp nd l litll t entitled to
the followini repi-t-iitatini1 at sid Couid-
Ity Convenit)ion1"
No. 1. Nix'".
No. 2-'. K utiltrF ii ..... '-
No.::. M lvi.t' I,.
No. 4. F nrry i't,. :
N o. t. H Iurstl 1
Ntt. e;. '(Jvt I ton ;n
tNo. 7, Pintl- birre'ii n
No. s. 'illitt ICe "
No. t'. ItluiT 8prliinu'
No. It. w'nitl H ol!aind I1
N<0. 11, Walnut Hill ..
N eo. 1i'. 'fi-l:iol" .,
% P. ];;. HllIi(.l: li
Nu. II, eis cola .....
No. 1.. i i-'n No. I';. P'inevill. 1
No. 17. llrell' 1
No. 1, Mcl.la\id l
N o. l'. IMoll no .
No 2,. Hmoniaton l .
Eim tlit puruo'-eotfelctiiin delegate's (loim
their s'-viral precinct is asb abovr' st forth aind
for tI l- purpotts of noiliniatiing two einatii-
litt-s ftor tItii Houst of epresentativet', for
'he lptir t-e of nominating as aniidiate for
iwl:'ritfT. a candidate for Clerk (of Circuit
'Court. n lcandlidate for Tax Collector. it c n-
diditte for Tt. x Assessor, a candiditot for
T'r at urer. candidate for County J udget H
c;tnthidate for Superilitendent ofI uhlli" in-
st ructioli, a candidate for countyy u rveytor.
a14 ii didate fo r Clerk of Crimlnal tCourt. n
candidate for Justiceof iP-acte and a'on--
stablef or -econd Di]tritt, a candidate f or
.1 ut.tiet of Peave for l itllh Iistrict. can-
dalat--. for ti *h > ime'tnll,'rS 1of 4ounly Shlieool
Ho:rc. :i prilnaty et-ltction of tilth lD)t-eo-
craic ii term's otf i tcaninia county t-ha ithbe'
hIitldl i tl tW een thie lhilrNi of .oa. ; i. a. i nd
i:t."ip. enlo Tufi~, l otday oi liit d ly f April.
i; li, n(I f ,le.t it, th IT' foi Iow iil inp 'cto ni a tiid t'lerk,
o1 electionii lire hererty e.fctelted and ap-
polited:
l'ro-eiiit NtNo. l-('lla4. Andrew-. Neil (;ago..
W. 1). eill. inl-pet'cwr; Arclie BHelltol.
cl- rk.
t'net-'iit No. 2-A-hi t rave-y. LouiDl)aniel",
.til i i y. lispictors; T. M 2,carril,
t'lt I k
Vit,'cinv t No.::--Frcnnk uari;. II. P. %%'W:l-
l'itti-j..olin tl ll -. ectoti ; >. 1-:. l)ou la .

cila. .rl-k.
NOt N .It. l+ l()g'a-. WL. N. N-I
l'..-,":- 1 No. 5-(;eo. II. I'avi' .lohli Bry-
mtit .\ .I 1 l r.I i I 't'ttl : o l: L uit s Frat,.r.
'.I. I
Il -ntIllt No *--;<. W. tuiilnn, W. M.Mc-
> i,\'. \% Il. I + .iisrr iin. ins |)p ctlor:- l ..I,'n-
liliL'. (',in k .
i i -t No. 7--. A. I.i Ie. \V E. Tuck.-r.
.I.M. Lnirkin, insKpetor; ,W. W. swet-
':, iiit t o. --A.T Filliniin. II. '. .How-
nin. IH. F. tcraitire ,. in-.petoi- Tylor
Stilittr-' Icle-rk.
1-'r, il.-t No.''-I. 1|. l.trowder. A. .1. Vow-
iart. W\\'. 'I tYlor, in,,-l vtlora; Z.I. .. liit"ars,
'.1l 1.
V'i 1irt Noi. I-... Ward, .John colt.-
ri i", F. :t'ly. i.l ptor-; u. H BIrviria .
Cl'r k.

1' r-'lli' t No.t12- li. L e. V, I. I '. I .t.- .,
\V1'i11i ll I in-pectoil-: .I.. S ol.lR e rts., .,k
l'l -linct Not i.-4 ..A ihl er.' II.. oui;il.
W HI. M. N..''livIl, iin-pc"tors; F N. .lnurii,
4l t1rk.
'it"'l ntt N-. 1-- nt ny Iu il. A. H. oli-
v lr.. W. \W illiatnl, intpr actors; .lolii A.
1. rrltt. li ',k.
I'Prtinct No. .'--.I:%m+- 1% likllk, tavo s.
Hllimlrk.tM. M. Co-sllo. ,,i.pector ; J. T.
Prc';,iict No. l,- W. 1;. n4hllrmd. [.ukr,
Flo:\\ l .Ir.. B. I'. h Wa lll ll-, llt-pe ctor-; J.
I;. tula nrl, t .rk.
'rv lli l i7--\. i. ',opt(.n, V.'. \.
Kiifllitn. l taiT,,r -y, c ci to-i.
l'iTii't o. 1 I,. ( erw toiii. I. +. M, .-
Inls s M i h, gg.-tt, iun p.c'tor-. J. I"
B ,v iman. clfrk.
PI' t V e oI,-. ir'- .I .H (t rit l1ar, A. M l- I
i,+r. A.J..! 1sp ,tu;'; 1". M \\ ro,.
P'r,.cinict \,. .'".--W II. .Mav, Wmr1. Mrc
I'ut,'lih *on. 1. 111. M .1 Curdly, iui-l. ,t,,,-
'. I\ .*t wal '. clfrk.
lit Vh l 14ilt t( it 'hll prot4v lift !];ll I :tl
,* f.il'ow'+ i^ ; il!inr-l r -'~pre it'; \,'el ;
2. ,. : -- ",> ii .. l 1. ,u ,.
No ;.' -t row'- :'torl .



N ,,. !.... \ Mr,'- M !||.

I ar,,lf..
llot>, l' -" n ano". .


for Infants and Children.
\ The Kind You Have Always Bought has borne ti.. ,.
ture of Chas. H. Fletcher, and has been ntmaile uns. ,- ,
personal supervision for over 30 years. Allou ..
to deceive you in this. Counterfeits. Initatim .,.,I
",Just-as-good" are but Experiments, and eids.,i. r
health of Children-Experience against Eximwri.-nit.

The Kind You Have Always Bought
0 9Bears the Signature of


In Use For Over 30 Years.





Chas. H. Turner.


*.ARCHITECT*.-


--AND-


General Contractor


Building. R,-pairin a. Mantel and (irate' S etini:. I'l;il -
and (;a- Iittinig.

A Complete Plumbing Department under "::?
Management of E. B. Morey.
A'Artiatic Dosiins, Etimitte-. Plii; and- Spcifici :
ing of All KNinds, Prepared on Short Notice..
SJW A Large and Carefully Selctv:.,I Stocek of il-, iNI
Tiling of All Kinds. Path Tub-, C'lo-e.t ud Hliuse-hI..M .\;'i
Hot Water and Gas Fixtures.


No. 19 S. Palafox St.


:: Telephone No. 54;


----TN
---- THE--




Citizens National Bank
OF PENSACOLA.


L. HILTON GREEN.
PRESIDENT.
T. E. WELLES.
VICE-PRESIDENT.


J 011N F. 1 E IFF It
I A!S I
1. FS Hl N1-FN1,LL.
A~.ssl. (tm i.--


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


R5IX ,- IeIj '


M011tI.I- :


A General Banking Business Transrin'd.


Vessel' Accornts Handled on Favorable Tern-. '-.
Change Bought and Sold, Collectiout
Promptly Attended To.

ACCOUNTS SOLICITED.





The Star LaundrY,


THE PIOIPE LAUNDRY OR EO T FLORIDA!


Our Address
i- ilwayis sk :l ft-pr i% ,
1t'-1 beauty of th.- li. :.
hti r, i.r tli. playt-,I ,tel

here is alw -play, o
MHIRT I"I;0.U I *I
AND ( I i 1 -
n: i- ur, r i t r, .'..: .


v >,r. f il to -I .* ;
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ALL WORK C. O0. D.
TELEPHONEE 114. 1T E. GARIDL:
AOOOD CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED FREE.rW
WALKER INGRAHAMX. Manager


ESTABLISHEDD !S63.


,of medicine th4t goes in a
prescription filld in thi- store is
perfectly pure. Pure drug-s mean a
speedy recovery. Poor drugs mineani
a relpe. Yo)u want the host. I et
us fill yor prescription. and stiuply
sh &.r m "d.. oe,1 t". a UT. \. #. *__ t'%,,*


N it. l:,.- ll t-l i ttli t'lu'ia ll'd l l),t ,I i -..
N ; t i .. l'l:- \ 1..

.N'. !.'* --l-i ii tto n ,lni ar stl te line.
11 ,-llpi' i:Ct S Im iff V(.1if *L,,<- t :w.. ..
;heli d,' ii', elected froni Ut'tii pr'-cil t
!ln+, 111i th n lnitlh.,t Vi et- of elll -, ,.l- ,.i
S .t I nl Ht lh'- half vote..
All i\ laibt i nei,(ocratl itgally ijuali p(l c to
tot- ulidtr lit t- It o)f the leigls!;aturtl- of hI'i,
,'*l.t ii-'d( iii hIllpter 4."-.'i who hav' pall
i ie-ir p;),ll t.x-'+ f,)r thi- years I'.04 ;anid I'.'1..
iand ho w'ill pledgte themselves to e-uppolrt
tti-, noinll't of said primary election anti
.aid c('t iven t inio .hall t-be entitlt-d and ar-r
cordially invited tl patteiclpate i n sa.d pr:-
miitry election and 1 aid primary tel.tionI
hiallbee h e lid-d in all wa.if under tilr riilees
andi re'gulatlonlis nm1% t forth in said chapter
adi:G.. and this committee sihall mePe at thf-
otfic, ofthe' county jludve in the city of I
Pe-n.sacola. at fi o'clock p. m..on the 12th dlay
of April. laP.e at which time and pla e til.-y
will rec-ive returns, caliva the- ilanme
and announce the result of .:gid prirnarv
-*Iec'tlon. ind the iniipector- 3alo)l ve namL-e c
will have then and there tit- re-turns of said
Slf'etion.
TiUe ballots to i.- used shall he printed on
plain whits- paper, and shall have no dls-


McKENZIE OERTING & CO.
0 DEALERS IN ---

Ship Chandlery and General Hardware.
603 AND 606 8. PALAOX STREET.

rEVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEBLINOGS ."i- *
GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUS8EL & HON' P "
Urs, eoina piti Ills, luticail liients harts, Ucerl, I
OOMPAMAE9. I0MI M.
C. McKenzie Oerting Collecting A;ent for Itr Pilot- 1;..
nation.

nmy fwlffim Mift


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 23, lb O. a


Oannolt be Out Out or

ANCERRemoved with Plasters

Srgyica: operations and flesh destroying plasters are useless. painful and dangerous, and besides, never cure Cancer.
N., r'atter hi, often a cancerous sore Is remo--ed. another comes, at or near the same point, and always in a worse form.
*. :, ,' rov onC(lusively that Cancer is a hloo,! di als-. ar-! that it is folly to attempt to cure this deep-seated, dangerous
r,'.ut If Iv .ttin,,g or burning out the sore, which, after all, ;s o:til an outward sign of the disease -a place of exit for
L ..-,-r ru.:- :n families through many generation, and those whose ancestor. have t-. amicted with it are liable at any
,,oken- with the deadly malady.


Only Blood Dimsss can be Transmitted from One Generation to Another
r ; rof that Cancer is a disease of the blood.
-e a blood disease like this you must cure the entire blool svsten--rermove every trace of the poison. Nothing cures
tuailv and permanently but S. S. S.
-nters the circulation, searches out and removes all taint, and stops the formation of cancerous cells. No mere tonic
1:ir ,l,,d medicine can do this. S. S. S. goes down to the very roots of the disease, and forces out the deadly poison,
th. ,,re to hea: naturally and permanently. S. S. S. at the same time purifies the blood and builds up the general health.
A little pimple, a harmless looking wart or mole, a unmp in the ,reast. a cut or bruise that refuses to
heal under ordinary trnatmeut, should all Tbe l oke1cl upun with suF!,icion, as this is often the beginning oi
,a a form of cancer
Mr7 arah M Keeaiinzk AT Wind,.)- A- ** ni.tl Tenn,. writer I
a %rn ; vag r old nnt f r tire- .C arsr hal sufhre. with a iseere ft,rni of
< i n rr.t ;:.w whi.'h the i'0t.1.*t in tl. I!-.t aid was mncura.tie and
S- th,-I I ,< .id Int i .t r r.,n e than six rontth I a-, 'Ic-pted their s.atetnent as
ri'nl 'an)d riven u;,i U l h-p)e c'f eer' eir"- v.ll again when nru. ,1:V 4S. t "! t n r- ',T .t Aftcr taking :. few
t .! a ir tin'f made a 'j, ;';e e Cure. I hive gained in Pfl h. myv appetite
Ss t -' ad b!i e;, i rtf!re- :1g in fact alar enjL. ug perfect health
Su'- rine ca: lc;artment:t is in charge of physicians of lon1i
:n, ', h.o are rtpe al.:y killedd in treating Cancer anr other bitwxl diseases Write for any advice
S:'.tanor: ..:z-,.!. c, take no charge whatever for this service. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY, ATLANYA, GA.


''2F ITAT14 S


'Ope -FrctTcritiories Fronm
T.3 Congre-ss.




0t1e1aJ Ititle'l~e %pitlern Fromt
in 1!&&. Ito he rivo-s lear iauela-l-EL
r.,saroue'..&1aa li m-4orepane


it *--- -miii.,. 1

the- ci': ,,9n -' if--I ills authciriz-
iic *- It,.: ::4-!of.- u Arizona.
N. .!Il 4olilalit~ima to form
c.. .:11a4-I their refere-Lwe.
-. : l~l u I tel-ri*,tiries iutthi-
-i (b i .eoie. In c-vc-rv
-sI the-rev Ii -ilo-vu v i.iwe
-- .,.::.e i.gmmdilliz the- li
L ~-1'.N% -n q,!-. I ali ".as Eluto.


11 titl.1 ;111 a.] IL,1- c ii a- U t W itS
o :Ii- a1 go. amIIIIC- I I -. N ti '
cef- ti !.t:,I*,i
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F 1t. 10 ela I-tit. 4 .f v.Entit i
r r o e4, a% 'hnil v. V-11 :i11l
(l i Ct) t1 (li l tiy 11Tha n'.tM
ri- s. nae 1 t.'' ai't

-a Im;t.1Ctile news tuao
4 icn thaat or-easion le
horsIn a rmin all that
-,~thing ateocat anedin the
r it .# 1limta lie ocaine-i
f-otwith tihr--ca-valavin--n.
-III.the uiiE.-drlor-eurlts. They
i lirlUgh ai io auitry tNiOlof
--i a b-tr rie. nitIA it
p u~ ~. nTilt-) 3 l eia~c t ear

C ii.r.:is, hut t a i- ts I rv~

v.: '~E-1.1 e41(,V iithe

-*1.1,01ti 1141ie it- n thi dWITl1
-..iaI a'. rs haE1n '-'. i1l iit)i


-~~~i -oitfroutt uf i' Vl-f



M U.L BUDL9


4( .i.n. it in ,it l i ; a, !;. his :-::ddle-


S l ,ii'k tanid i lie troi Ii :: 1 in foot. ::id
tIr |>'l>y v,:Ai inll just as !2;1 ,on ditioP.
S ** :ilriy.': 1 \ }'.1 o 1) 'ti. in uw ith
S 'olli1 s A:u.l It \\ .as T!." ,il.-0 t excitintg
:iii'l i.Larle t < '\X I .r;Ti'n thl:,y ever h.tal."
li. i:" kI-owv n ii 'ili f. r a gr:it
:i;cl.ty y T. ]s. I :;an u I.pr'ciat<- th ilati
nt'r ii \vii'hli ho worked toi get that big
I. *.- -f :-o-ws,. atnl gt it aLead of ev-
cr'd.-1 y e-lse. lie is one of the lucni
\ !1 0 ought to lie able to tell SOni- in-
f.'I**I -in x,.trien(lcs of cauipaigninig
in the i'hilipipiues, for he has see-n
n-arly all of it more. in fact, than any
other correslouudent vhou has been out
there-.
What Ilaumn Would Do.
Aside from iilith'al nssolatloun. there
is a warm ironal friendship existing
between the president and Senator
Ilanna. Not long ago some man was
talking with the president and took o<-
casion to seriously assure bim that no
matter whliat might be told him the
president c-ould rely upon Senator Hlan
na. "You needn't talk to me about
Mark Hlanua." replied the president.
"lie would go down and jump in the
l'Potomac' river If It- thought It would
do me any good."
Imprevlag the Library.
Sinre ti '-Cougressiinal library has
K'e I estalblishrdli in its new lquartoers
more liberality has licen shown lvy caon-
gre-ss toward It. not only In thlie nniib *r
of empl,-oyie-s allowe-d. lout iln the larger
a;||]ru|tril hin iS for the purt-ase-lm of
loaki va'lua:ll1' i-.l ,i .rr. works of art.
I1iI; <. ,'hA. T<. i.;.un-s .r-iipt<. Unishl i '.
prillts and iln oti]'r ;1y 0illalgingi th0 1
- 1,'.- aml l 01isl. t ln 'ss .,f t.t lilraIry.
\V'lile it hli- IoA ,, ii r.-.tiry for ever .\.
S.,I>. 'i -1 ',1l ,1 b,1 1 ion to ,I. tilh d ill
the li!i:i l%. This lou's t11t finish :m .-uf-
tici'nit i nIt f of biool.s. aild tlih.r< 1ni
!nlio i looak, tl:t it is in'''. -:iry tii l r
C~!ia .-W to stf ;,i.y tlhi l 'li'i I:q rar-y in ttie hill ena ryinii. )i:o4n; y foir
t lira-y 11e hl :.'r :aip priatt-l
S.': 7T. **. V hti' t Ai,, :iia iro, i;e-inti,, I'or la.-t ye\:ir
n\\,;s I "-.ti. O f I te 4:0t.r titi, ill >._0 M is set a a:t :t f,,r b cI, ks
aloni, h!ii .h will pl:r'chnise si-l,,t all
tLat .:!ai bl c 1.\:111 tit W. lIt NN.


One Iaullt.
M .-s 'rn-eht taftter nan attack uloon
t!h" 1:ino', -Hlow do you like that? It
Is a song-, without words.
I'o,,g- It would be absolutely perfect
but for one thing.
Miss Crochet-What's th-.r, pray?
Fogg-If It was also without music.
-Boston, Transe;ipt.
Five Thousand Rolls


of Wall Paper in stock, all iof thela-
t -;t p:atternQ, antd moIre -o0)t1ine.
Pa ices frt'm be to $1.7-' pe.r ioll, J. E.
R .--. A C;o.. No. !1 N. l,,;l:ifx..
P ;one..'' 24 f-tf

1mT ts The ] Kinrd Yi m Always BUh


We will launder vyoir spreads for
15 I- cent- each and take them lo.ak
like new. Star Laur.dry.

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







Place For Pensacola
Buyers to Buy


Choice Family


Boiled Salt Meats.
The indigestible properties of 1
l.:i:n. corned beef and other salt i
iai:y, according to Mrs. l'nrloa,
cooking i e.Xprt. be tlinminmated If
i:;t.t is sui ic-iently I'olled. The
tot: g hes the lii)ers, and it takes
sistent boiling to overcome this.
time allowed for a ten pound pie
live hours, but as the pieces are a
lie thick i-ither than long one of
this weight would need about the
amount of tine. The meat should
partly cooled In the water In whi
is boiled.


THE UNITED MINE WORKERS. WAITED.
Tryleg to I-'d Coal Creek ot fNon. autid d tl I ll is If glSeil
Union c. n.l"'d Fr ol. n r, 1emrcaulhs, Ac.
COAL CPltEK. Tenn.. March 22--Joe
Vasey. national organizer of the United d lrnl B I 142.
Mine Workers of America, has arrived
here. He comes to keep the national J. T. St phens has a larze assort-
e t ep e nimnt of Solid Sterling Silver and
officers informed as to local conditions k., rs Knive-s. Forks and bpoon
and also to maintain miners' unions
until an effort is miade to rid mte ds- -
trct of all non-union miners. Vasey PROFESSIONAL OABDS.
states that the United Mine \V workers
have jast made a, detl with aii taeoper- r. ar | c rary
ators linitois, tiidiint ai aand Dr.la ree u umIe reary,
Emster:i Penuoyivinia whnurebv tuer
agree to mak. a raise of 14 p.- ceut in Plysican r a
gile wago .1. ,Pysica ndR an
He says thi4 will be followed up by 1e.iidence. .4 West Gregory street
an effort; being iuade to have a corra- Phon.- I.
spaun.inaivy i.roportiouate increase made ,!:lce. I,'A!emertt Builuing. l u .. South
in Ite Coal Creok and ,Ji'ico districts. lafux Street. Pl'honee -'714
*ie expects (tni will be done next sum-
mer wen tn-w wago cales are made DR. W M. C. D.wiWsRy.
betw3aei miners and variouscuuipanuIs.


TO GUARP THE SUSPECTS.
Arms Plitcet-l IE lIuiutiilni- A'jacent
to atFrikfirt lJiatl.
FRIANKr-OTr. Ky., March 2 -A large
quantity of gnus and ammunition have
been sration-5d in the buiidiuc~ adja-
cent to thj juAl, where the suspects,


OFFIOE-Hamrah Bros.' Drug Store.
r2^r _w_ .- .


lt-~8iiA~kAIjj-4(O E. Jackson 3tree




Ho ~aticPhysick andan Suricofl,


ow-'ri. D.avi. Wh-etlerand Cultcu, are ....- --1
entombeJ. This action was ordered Late of Ocala. Fla.,
)oiled yesterday when it was seen that armed Oe,,r bhis professional services to tho citl-
ats baoiei of men from tne mountain conn. ozens o tPensacola.
tctN bo q o eu Arom tue0 iount'al E*.peinl attentiongiven to the trenment
the ties might come nere to tue preliminary of Clhronic Diseaies and lDi-ease of
trials. These rumors were accompanied W.)i:.it and Childrtn.
the by hints that an attempt might be made h y Y. -rs -retice in the South.
Salt to reste the prisatne. eftice ,tour-r:- a. nim. to 12 in.. 2 to 4 p. m.
silt to rese.use the nrisjner.-
per- Adjutant general Castleman spent Residence Phone No. 20.
The the nigat here, and after a conference Brent-Blount Bualding-Hoom 38


ce is
pt to
half
same
Id be
ch It


with Govoruor Beckham, returned to
Louisville.
DOrwey IrI .Maoon.
MACON. March 22.-Admiral and Mrs.
Dewey arrived here this afternoon from
Savannah. The party traveled by a


Dr. Wilmer S. Hall,

DENTAL SURGEON,
Matn;i Tmmis. l ..-'. IRA


I Convention Call.
The sixteenth annual meeting ef
the Woman's Christian 'remperasce
Union of Florida, will b. held iu
3ainesville. April 3rd. 4th an' l5h.
The fir-.t session will oe at :; I. um.,
of Tuesday th- thiird.
Mi-s Belle Keiarni y .' F!.irr.
Mi-i., will give the cela:Vi'vtion ad-
dre.s, adding interest tI th i op'ca-
-sion. AI.IK C. Hkow) .
SARA J. G1I.ENN. President.
Recording Sec'y.



LODGE DIRECTORY

KNIGHTS OFTPYTHIAS.
P'enacola Lodge, No. 8~ K. of P.
meets every Monday even.
SaInt at 7:a6. at Castle lHal.
In Ilutchinson ball. West
I nt-ndencla street.
'^f-w ^ Vi'ltinn bretbren cordIrtal
welcomed.
H. J I DKVIas.
II. HORsLPR. 'C. C.
A-K. K. a.


W. 0. W.
Live Oak Camp NO I 1eAasIlhnLan oflbe
World.
Mveet* first and third Friday night tl
eabh month. Visiting sovermfins cord-*
ally invited. W. W. A'Aro.,
6. I. TI A MKs. Clerk. C. C.


POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENT.
For itepreamnta ie.
I hi'rablv antnouni-.m nIv...lf as% a cat-alldato

defLocat itl e piliari e.
t'. MKK. For Itepres asatite.
I hert-hy announce niy.-.f un a cand.dit*-
f,)r Rt-presenttti'v" c-f :ciumtlti C unlty in
tli- l.pisilaturea, bubject to thi< I emiocratle
PrinII1rtri->.R.
.1. F'Mter WS'OLS 3.


--- special train over the Oentral of Geor- *maaui i *upi. nu 454. F*Vor bhertif
DAILY NARKET REPORTS "a, arriving .at :0 o'clock. They I bhereo announce my.,el ar.a a..ndidat.
TTwere received by"& committee of cii. rfor Shheriff of Kecambia County. and ret
.EW O~R T. MrT N. 22 OPRi cLd oote1d tO sheir hoselL Ad. Uetf ully ask the support of say friends
Jaar ..............arch 22 9 mir Dewey will spend S urday ia and voters of the. enunty. If electA.d I will
January............... .9 .1.99M E N BIOS.I 99 discharge theduties of sld office eacestviy.
.e.y .................... -. 7. JaoksouT.i oi tro 'So rttos. S L fairly andtImpartially.
S ................. *.49 Agastan. Tampa and other polat. W.H. HTcuvw
ApriL............. .... 9. ... 9.49
May........................ 948 How Thin! AFor Sheriff.
Ju.................... 9 ... 9.43 On WW I hereby announce inmvself a. a candkisd
July ................... 9 .... .4a We offer One Hundred Dollars re- for re-election to the ofmlc of sheriff o I -
Agut................... .15 .... 9.29 ward for any case of Catarrh that cambia county., lerdla. and solicit thefatf
eptember............. .... cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh P at, frage and interest of all my frnds.
October................ 8-(e .... 8.10 Cure.9o a,+ K..-,,t
,ev r..ber... .7 ...?. q Cure.Pensacola, Florida. For Sheriff
Demm ...... 75 .... 1. F. J. CHENEY, A Co., Toledo, O. Flrida. orber
Spos ootton ruled firm with middUlng We, the undersigned, have known I hereby announce myself a candidate for
uapands quoted v.. fiddling gulf 10it. F. J. Cheney, for the last 15 years. heriff otrecamblat county at the emseg
O.ALtiAN.A P.&Ovt. tAS. and believe him perfectly honorable B A RA election. J.t. VA.P3L?.
e'toCA March 22 a01,r3 Cs in all business transaction and B A R G A IN S For Clerk of the rui Court.
WfAt--Maf ...... .... S9 fnancially able to carry out any ob-, breby announce myselfso a candidate
WL AT.-Juli t1 ligations made by their firm. N for ra-eleetion as clerk of the circuit cosrt
WlTAr -.neptLeber ...... 0 i VE ST & TRUA X, I of Escambla county at the ensuing eletUon
W\UhAl-x-wpttnibe 0 ... W^, HST & TR iIA X, and ask ibe support of the voters
coU--.Maru. ......... 8s Wholesale D)ruggists, Toledo, 0. A. M. MOMILLAW.
Coas-May ... ..... 36^37 .... 3 WALDIN.O, KINNAN & MARVIN, i For C- ...
LoUN-July ...... ... a7, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo. 0 For Circui 'lerk
Cou.T-Sehptember .3* Hall's Catarrah Cure is taken in- I announce miny candidacy for ('lerk of bthe
OATS-.March......... 23H i H. k' Circuit Court of -:t-anin>lu ',ounsy. subje-c
-May ........ .... ternally, acting directly upon the to the atiuon uf the e.nsunlg tielmoc rt
UA.-July .... .... blood and mucous surfaces of the $1000 hin acres or land north primari. IE. L.. DANIILL.
O'aL--March. ...... 11.6W systllm. Price 7be. per bottle. Sold of thtnity and westofr, u!ding For ('irn- C- rk.
kPoa-May.............1. .. .... 11.C by all druirgists. Testimonials free. 2000 will buy acre.. adj)iinn city or ircus .l-l r
PiaK-Juiy.... ....... .... 11.4(1 Hall's family pills -are the be-t $2000ns.it ltho ..\ oth.r>f.r of sfcanhia Iounty:
LARD-.March ...... 6.10 I i..ro-bv annrtite**ve vsef a candidate for
5$3000 will buy four It solI block the othfe- of clerk of ttihe etrcut court of
LAuiD-M ........J.... 2 .... 6 15- h,d lO a,, .O anda good seven room house l.cai>lti' couiinty aiidl will be ple-a.sed to
L"o -July-- 6 ... .25 k Kind YGU Ha, Aiways Bou- T his property i, in New Ity. tave4 the support of yv friend* and the
kuas--Marcil ..... ....6. B o. ....ter- -n r y.P.
J1).-May. ....6A0 3gt tu 4000 will huy7A'es i -twe i -.
MI-Jultd .... r Bayi.ou and Littie Hayou. Thi Ta o Cll r.
K'1SV 4L r.OR.. property li,aiAt..r front on the bayv alo
AVAN VA L- ( r-.o-Sirit --- on Bi- Bayou and Little Bayou. I hlreby announce my.ielf as a canulldata
5AVAWNAU March 22.-Spirits tarp" for re-election a Tax **o'let'torlfof .cam-
tine Inrtn at .13 receapta. W21; sales .,;* IHLgandsome pictures, bri'- l$50r will buy one of the. bet ret bin county. and ask the support of my
export ii:',. Rosin steody, receipts 388; dnc-s on We-t Hill. ituatd frendsandvoters generally.
le, A.:.0, cx .rts, 1,. Quote I '. r> a-brac, etc., in endless ar- on tr^te 'r lio.; hihairootns and all miold A. H. D'ALKMHarTX.
I). 4'. E. 0; F. $1t.53: G,, 1.d!: H erncoveniences. ....
1.-.; I. 2.ti. K. 2 .25.. M. 2..w1; N., S$2.7$. ray at rock bottom prices at will huv lot with i ft front on l* r TaxVIaecn.r.
windowgiass 3.00 waterwhite $3.oo. .farston, S Finch's. $6000 Pialafox street. noutth (t o.rn-g. Thei-anpyfriendsof.)tiJ e V. H. aoanhfay
\WILMIirai',..>N. .C.. March -2.-Spirits ory. Tbis can ti), linniediately ullliz,.d for having obtained his consentt herelby au-
I urpteltinte nothiini doing: receipts, 4. Ibuiness purposes. niounce hini as a candidat*- for Tax 'collector
tosin steady and uocharged;l receiptel5M wAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA willt t uy lot w i lft front on cabiacutyattheesuin l on
Crude turpentine steady and unchanged q $ VUV(irregory atid .,', ft fiiont on 1-
rnceipts IS. Tar firm at $1.20; receipt. 17 -4 i caniz and 1:'. ft irout *Iln Wright. This For Tax Amersmer.
4Klip roperty. has nic ,ottagio on it,and there is
4 -W plentyof room tto build i dozen housesmore I herrel'y announce nfi*elf a% a candidate
TEIll OYATFll SEA!ON. |I W a h ) ri f d r f Tax A mwssor of EscwnibiHa county, soh-
S- will huya handsonme residence j,.et to the actionl of the l)De miocratic prima-
I. yv.t.-r ini h,. Iod of iezi-. I t v on Ewa t regoi y between Pala- rn-. If elected I e.xpe-,t to tirt the- appro-
itiakd wjvili ta tart fiom i hi'i, suII tile r ox and Tarragona streets. hattion of the tax payers and will do aiy
"O ."""Ahial.and u.d.with a vawn: SAUCE $9000 wll buy an ) acre farm, with t nfic ry ,tall a I l, whn I d
*In fear tI .r our. nr .wasf th a.n.. .in- (Ugoad house and farm buildings. t.- ofice. bfor.
For inv l,-a.;ut dreams were disturb-d by I a.l"nt prert fur truck farming ad
t h tii.jar THI? A~inilU dairy purposes. This place is Just outmde
That> l war.v caused bvthe lPtt.'rr THE ORIGINAL the city limits. Toor Tax Aaceamor.
That tis it,%%:. caused by the letter R. aW. The candidacy of Williatmi W. Rtichard I*
.i 1 l kn1 w by the keel of that hideous WORCESTERSHIRE $10 00f will buy a lot in the business hercbond,,Innetond for re-flct.in as tax a
Tlat omne of us hortlv wil he in the soup!" 9 part of the city with 11% feet sesor for Escambia -ountvy. subject to the
And .o they will for the ,loop was ro t. ation of tieduriocrautc prIinarin.
filled with the finest anHd fattest. Al I For County Treasurer.
Thi .'liilop waS sit oult by Nick n I annroumice my,-oe a a candidate for
Apostle and the.e choIce oysters are 4 Jll the o.fll orf County Treasur.r.-jety, a to
iOW fr sale. done or raw, ready to, K Elo* th.. on of th. democratic primary. sod


chiaw. at his restaurant. You can
g;et thom by the plate, dozen, hun-
dred,. barrel. dr-ty load, wagon load
or car lo.d. Ow:ti to the rusnh of
huinie<- thIe ervinfof re-ulr meals ,
will be d0i.conti nued after this week.
but -pcial ordCer- will bt served at
-my hour of the day or night.


CASTORIA
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
i Bears te
Signature of

If 'ott are reahf/ to ro to
h ou se-kA'epin f. let .,lla rston
i- Fin ish firn ish /your h ouse
for ffou. They will save you
money/. Your credit is good
with them..
FO KSALE,.
At :i .a:>ur ;iit. i ;iacre ( 3 til it r
f,'I :ilit CllltivHtiv I lth .- 1>:l4;11 e
wt, ,ll-t.d !. 1 of a inif'He oirth! ot ('or-
div P'ark. i th 4-r-,inat hri .. a: n
. il tW-V -. t a;ll-S i' ilee $( "il Iu1I
i t tih.- intormatiion,:. ep;ply to W K.
l,,,. .. .. ,, i l ., ,. J. ,, I I" i --


T ^ East Side of Plaza.
4
4 ^He A. WATERS,


SBEWARE OF Buteher and Green Grocer.
STh.tris PHONE 172.
on eer bottle:- FreshTennessee and Native Meats,
S.Chickens and Country
SProduce Daily.

Jh. Dc... s... Age.t.. T ew Yok Shop, Sear of Johnson & Son's Store,
YVYVVYYVeyVyVVvVer-vy INTENDENCIA STREET.


DUNN'S s


i HOTEL


ON EUROPEANM PLAN.


Three Reinlar

leals Each Day

25c Each.


Restaurant Attached, Open Day and $ight.


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

Special Orders at Any Hour.


I I T fl Ul D = .... .. : &1ro..ity. iPI. ;R ATES:-From
GROCERIES -,1 and 511 A. 9 uth Pal
'lAi.AL uNSURA, (DURHAM Cigars are
Re --- -is AT- the finest 5 cent smoke

Real Estate Agents, The Well-Known. Try them at D'Alem- <,J 0 H
,. ou. I-& Up-to-Date Store erte' F undir
"- -,-w:---- "' JOH N M cDAVID,
I% FIRE. LIFE. MARINk. --- CEJOHNTRAL HcDAVID,
AND RAL TATE AIL IOKEA Telephe 346.
KO.'MPA.I. .... l IUe CITY PROPE-TY. FARMING
Sf ti tabl AND TIMBER LANDS AITrERe. CA.TIN
Cr ar WVbeels, Wooc
SL IC tf -120-122-(@ FO ALE. I factured to Orderi
ble Rates.
O1i0 IS UltL E. GovernmAnt Street, hoans Plaeed at ieasocable plates Dealer in Mac
(': ::.,.:aoWEMnEO l a TELEPHONE 261. 24 East Government Street. Station


$t1.j to $!.7i per la,-. ILODGING:
lafox Street. 'Pen ac,-la. I lrida. / 25 and 50C



[N PURDY,>

Md lIachine Shops,
ARF, COR. JE-FFER-ON AND PINE STEETS,
-:- Pensacola, Fla.

GS, LUMBER TRUCKS, SMALL KILLEDED
I and front Pu:les, Hanzera. Boxes, E:c Ma.nu-
in First-Class, VWorkma ike Manner at Re:tson-

Lineryt Fittings and Supplies for
ry and Marine Application.


aRk LUt* ei ppori lof il y fri n dirsi.
WlII.AM E. AN L KWso.r.
For County Treasurer.
I hereby announce" myself as a candidate
for renoniinatifan as tro-eaurer of K calabtl
county. sutject to a deci.ton at thbeenutnsss
demtocratic primary election. and reepedt-
fully solicit the support of the voter, oo the
county, pledginBf myself for the future 1
"ante faithful performance of duty tbat I
have endeavored to fulfill during my pSa
t-nure of the ottice. J. W. irATaS.
Feor Justlice oif he Peane'.
I hereby announce my candidacy for re-
electioni to the offle* of Justice of the PVnce
for the MWconol Iaitrict. subject to the ea-
tion of the nominating palmarl*,.

Feor Juli.e of the Paew.
At the suggestion of numerous fri*nde. L
hereby announce my candirldacy for Jnstl
(#f the Peace. of secondd district. hubjpct,*to
the action of the nonilnartne primariee.
JAMBS H. LAN DL'N.
For behahl P-uperin'endent.
I am a candidate for county superiloti
d-tit of public instruction subject to fbth
!e-mo<'ratic primnarle. I ro--pert fully 'o-
lilclt I" suuffrag- oef tI h .,-c ,iaintn county
v,)ter, for the a buvr--isan4d p-itrV ion
JAc its-#M1 ToATO.


U- to t he Vteat1a4i(of E..u II to n 4 '1 )11 rto V
I t:-- reha'.-art rlpoi ivee n.v-e- If a '-atielidaeo for)
n ri.nelo-itt eif I'ul-o- ritesrt*ic,,i fm~et
Fl-Hllhriiaa EeunT y- ai'i a-k eii-- -ti;,p or, catf my


S ..I. f r ,:.
leor .i- a. rluii i e-i ttl 111 I I. lilic It.
It-- t '].* V,'-'.. f a. H I', ::n 'T : l
t i* \+ .11,;.' l'*' '. "i ;L It' 1',.0 t I. for re -
S Ill nt i'l, l "l i r-* :;'". l,, .'tticl W ill i.*
*,-- ,, -'. '-f Ie.v fr.o ndo.
;1ta i'l. tr' i ""- ;I "r l-. t' rin ele Tio.
nt '- ir., ir. .' 1: .. N I; ( .ot.
For M ino'r .,aceooel 1uiarel.
il'J'tr,-- I;-V .Clt'l :-- I-'1 l ,,lu l.,--r c-f Ma-
l I ) '! i',.-r .. ',i t .- t Be .h t., t of
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I'cr M lla.-r "' linoal lea tlril.
'e.-i !in. to th- ur oit e-eUat ,l of fri-ndts.
I ejVf 1" i.'' I mna l 0' r in'- a --ai.ntrldila
,,r iit-riihtrof the- -'-'c t,-arelr of E- smltis
., .:i I. V,0'i to i .'-tlo ri af t 'I--1" od-
,:i in trl'i'n :+i-- -.. W AMD.
I-'or Memen-r *-.ta-e., Be.ard.
The- fri--rid- 'of M u:. .. 1: sM sWARin of Wi-
'iUl Hill. 1,i,.1 ,h; -4s trefti bti cor-ent,
t.- 'rh atni-utaL,',. ti:' 'trfni erV for ininm-
'-r of tlie i- .- nil)a:. co'uittv h-chooil oardr
for thet northeoru i;-trwt. subject to tbheaS
:lon of the denccratic primaries.


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4 THE DAILY NEW: PENLACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 23,1300.


THE DAILY


waegs at the Poet Offle
l%.Oa SeOoad-clas matter
OrmCK: Pitt Kuilding,. 2:
fsa stet. p-stairs.
PUBLI3HK[D
THE EW8S PUBLIC
Tonsm-Invariebly in
0 TTear by Mail ......
aX Moatbe ...
Th1 Mlouths
,@me mouth
e Week, by Carrier. paya

THE WKCICa(J
P W ehed every Friday a
tests freee*
TELEPHONE NO
Maiw-itg afW FWrnished





?JBiAOOLA. MARC]

PRECKTC DBLUE
The Mays DemocratUe Clu
hassdorsed tbe following
i lefrom the city precine
aSete County Conventloi
reslsto. April 14 and ask
v a hearty support by th
rrseet 12-C. H. itnglet
bias. Wm. Bazztll, J. 1). Ma
wr" too.
rtloct 1i:-W. A. Blount.
Joea Christai. J. Go.
Prwcinet I4--(4o. l>rown. J
J.B. Mo(Gaugbhey. John Pfe
rectinct 1.'-E. H. Putnar
Was. Sennett,J. E. Abercron
Dunhaim.
rlberf. appear to 1.- no lou
that Hon. K. W. Itavi will I
ce s r It e-(.ugr<- 1 hire hi
nor is it at all probable thatI
at.any senrou" oppoJit ion to
tears now stand. all indication
bhis nomination by acclami
election by t he largest major
a democratic candidate for
this district.-Gainesville tsi
What. then, has becon
Clark's tender little
"**Bb" Davi-' place?
a-bornin "?
Ev ERB citizen of Pel
heartily applaud the wi
cressive action of the cit
its last meeting in prom
the necessary appropri
funds on hind, as shown
port of the finance con
five new fire hydrants fo
sion ordered of the w
westward on Garden
streets, for renewing t
box drains on gardenn
which, after advertisemi
had been received). and
construction of the fire
police call service system
quisition of the hoard
safety for a conveyance,
fires. for the chief of the
meat. was referred to
committee and will doul
ported favorably and a;
for at the next nieeti
council.


nation from
i by the re-
nriittee, for
3r the exten-
rater mains
and Chase
he decayed
street (for
ent. no bids
for the re-
E alarm and
m. The re-
i of public
to and from
fire depart-
the finance
btles be re-
ippropriate-d
vg of the-


THE democrats and populists aof
Nebranka have unanimou-ly aigreJ
upon a platform. which includes the
reaffirmation of the Chicago qIlat-
form in toto. and which i- said to
have received tlie full approbation
of Mr. Bryan. If this c,,ur-e will
result in a democratic-or fusion-
victory in that -tat,, thle Ipric' to le,
paid for poplin-t co,-oper:ition may
not be considered exce-.sive; but a
local policy like tIthat net d not he
erngrafted uptona ti- policy of the de-
mocracy at larae. The C(hica-,o
platform is what split the demro-
cratic party in l.SIN;. It will have
the same effect in liNi. Tlie popu-
list vote gained by its adoption was
notenough to overcome the di-allec-
tion in the democratic party cau-ed
by it. Why not have a national
platform for all democrats, whether
it suits the populi-ts or not?
Shall Wo Irgr'rewe


Shall the wople of Pensacola ,' who
should be eager to approve and as-
sist every legitimate project caicu-
lated to increase its trade and popu-
lation, enhance the material inter-
e-ttsof its people atdi invite the 1:n-
vTetment of outside capital in th!"
development of its acknoIIwledL.ed
industrial and commercial adivaii-
tages. unite, in taking lthe t-ce-ary.
steps to bring about 0t:h- lare--t
measure f1 pro-perty. rslyth aiid
progres.-? Or s nall they remain
quietly indilfere nt toe the logic of
the it;uatioeni, hhanton all elTort tio
keep the wtie.ls of progress i!n active
motion anrd be indolently tonteont
within the tI -rt'h of advaniceintiit t iat
is going on in -pite, of tieir negli-ct
and indifference-. when it mi-!'t. by
a very *-licht. united fort. r ;ltiply
the rate of proigret-s manny hundred
fola?
Let u- take a lesson from a neigh-
bor, possessing in far less degree the
natural advantages which we claim.
and, perhaps. for that very reason.
p~tstripping us in the race for com-
mercial and industrial supremacy.
Mobile has a live, active, enthusias-
tie commercial organization. who--
secretary recently mentioned as
wome of the results of its ef-
forts. the following: Large increase
in the volume of foreign trade, to, the
xtsent of deflectin-g much of that
dur rrw-%a&a^PAd hrI N A (] Or) a-n n


a bottle of Chamberlain's C('ough
Remedy. which he hoped would give
some relief until the doctor -hould
arrive. In a few hours he returned.
saying the doctor need not come. as
the child was much hb-tter. The
druggist, Mr. Otto Scholz, says thet
family has since recommended
Chamberlain s Cough I Reedy to
their neighbors and friends until he
has a constant demand for it from
that p-irt of the country. For sale
by Hannah Bros., 21 South Palafox
street.


COOPER & Co's SHOW.
It is) One of the Iest iP'.pular PriTce
Attractions on the Rload.
Cooper & Co's Railroad show ex-
hilited here last night to good bu-i
ness, and all who enteredd the toriit
felt well repa.id. for it i- a gm d!
-how and well worth the price off
admission. All that it lacks in elah-
!irate circus lparapher'nalia and mull-
tiplied rings i- n-ide- up by good act-
inh and special leatires. Thie Jap-
anese jtiu:lers are a- good aaw ev.r'
se--n I t-re. The c(<,tortionin t-i and
tumlliing, feats are high cla-s and the
lady with the iron jaw and the
trained donkey are both str'.z;g at-
traction-. Exhibition- to-day and
to-tmltorrow at 2:.1 I artd p 1:I. Tick-
ets L2. cilis tor adults and 17, cent-.
f-r chlldlr a-n.
At thie matinee to-neiioriow a -"-W"
i-'l bill will b ) pl)re- cited for the ben-
* fit of the ladies and chiildrni.


Wh\'re c:m you invest mon1,t yv more
proitahbly tha i by buyin:l a bo.tle i'!
Prh Kh.V AsiH Br'I'TEI., you vet
fo.l: for ,on(e. A kidn'y u i-diclin.
a iiver tonic. stomach stronlthener
and bowel cleaner. Four medicines
lor on,' dollar. Soad hiy Hannaih
BRIo-.
(l\i-; hIIM .A ii:Sr.
T Irly i !c.1 l: d :
'Tie Pens-acola Pre-s. ever ready ;o
hlpti tle poor and those whoa ar. irI
their agony, in its i-.-ue of 'i hlrs.lria
March 22. sav-:
"**Te friend~ of A. H. D'Ale:hber:.
were gllad to s-'e hinm out y-: u'eri '
from his recent iltines. >While I-'
:d ,I:o, l ,.)ik abll- tio bh oum 0 I I.
y't 1.'* put in. a g i'od day'- v:- ''. : -
c- iITuin-f -r t.ix-- t 1M -. 1'. e'';i-
I' i< if a ot)eu t 'Wolko l '' 'i-. ;at:'l
-. ,,ubi Ii-1 ; U-t ) n i s tpki ait ; ii
*.:Irl Ida.ttc li- l,-- th! V (':1' to e
hliiin pl.av"l aI I i x;* "
A chli:ar't il, -ii22''-.ti ,;-- wi Ort'!,,
re c il:ln einda:tli,,il .i y T V e'. t : v,
bee-n 11 tT red to you. I am r af.1" I.
t.ss p-* you and coi, nm1i1 t!i,- toi.,w-.
ingl Im o- frini Pop-i for yo;ir kin
coni-idel'ation :
oIn f1 nt? i ld t 'un.- tie- u .i ill -i ; I*i *.
fit at ,iaue:a11 to II"'%-.1a.1%u- M
ti L; Z2 iIli it :i k t: Ik 1 'F II'. ItI I u o Ic It r a .
F. B. > BI ,N \ .


II it:r ,ih Ir, '. :Ire am:em nts for 1), -
\V.'"-" (,'on l inre. Isi:rrlo .it R i :-
ely an;d \W itch H:i-'l Salv-. l'!'.e
ztrar.. itee all three of these Irepara-
tions aud will cheerfully r iiund tth-
motlP toy tO arVly oIIe who It- e their
without b.-ing b nefitvd. Price ",
cents each.
FINE bTOCK COMING.
Geo. W. Turton. Jr., will arrive
to-morrow with a large consignment
of Fine Horses. Muit-es and Jersey
Cows. which will be on sale at the
Pensacola Livery Stib.e. 21m3t


Th Non-Irritating

Cathartic
1-' tn otar onear In ntrrata-


George Lee, a colored employee of
Cooper & Co.'s circus, for disorderly
conduct, was fined $7 50. W. Lam-
bert, white, and Pearl Bryant, same
charge, contributed $7.50 and $10 re-
spectively. Henry Aaron, drunk
and disorderly, was fined $7 50, and
carrying concealed weapons, $25 Uo.
Ab. Mitchell, plain drunk, $5.
Willis Freeman, a well-known
negro lad of depraved character.
known as "Pig Head" (not Bad
Eye), who Is only about 10 years of
age, for disorderly conduct was sent
up for (60 days. He is the very sort
or incorrigible youthful critnmiial ior
whom imprisonment and reforina-
tion in the -tate reformatory -chiool
ar Marianna was establiih.-d. The
law creating that int-iitituion says:
"Any court of cm np'tient jurn-dic-
tiru may commit any p'.rsonr over
ten year" and und-r ,-ixtee':i years to
the gi:ardianship of said institution,
when complaint in writi.ig -t:ting
out the acts of said per-on has been'
liile w which con:piaint -iia!l be -.worn
to, and due proot .-hall 1) iimade in
open c',itrt, in the I'prc.'' r- or -; id
person, that he is a pro-per i-ubject
for the guardian-hip ,i l--ii ii tittl-
tion it)n consequellnce ,f I;(,ri i4i!) e
or vicious conduct."


learningng ladie- -kirt- :and waists
is oine of our specialtie-. Star Laun-
dry.
IMiPORTAN' Nor( I(.
To t he (contrnctor itl ntl (nt-nerial! P'i., l' of
P'-liiCttfla ;
Notice is hereby riven tliat :ion and
after the first day of April. i';-. noI
l 'nion mechlianic or labore.i' ', ;ll work
on any building with any non-union
rue1II where thi-ire i-;s ain rauiini.a;tion
f .aiid craft undr-r th'- juri-,liction
of the Ce.ntral Trades ('onuncil.
in'it J. R. JoriJl,'AN.
Five \lacciniiani!.
On T u-dys. 'Ihul'r-dav.s :,iad Sat-
it:rliyv-. from 12' in. to) : '. in.. l',4i-ons
will b). vaccinated freo of charge at
the otiicf. of the State Boaurd of
HeItalth of Florida. No. 9 West Inten-
I,.t.cita street. Physicians of t:ne city
have kindly coni set( d to i'rform
thie s-ervice at the liours i:';tl -d.
WM. K. -.I: ;.
Agent.

Who is Rader ?
He's the Laboring
Man's Friend. He will
sell you Furniture on
the easy payment plan.


MOUNTAIN


MINT TONIC
Everybody needs a tonic t'.se
lazy spring days to drive away that
tired feeling. Mountain Mint Tonic
does this. It invigorates and puri-
fles the blood. It cures the worst
cases of indigestion. It cures per-
manently all stomach troubles. It
makes the sick well; the weak
strong; and it gives one who is all
run down a new lease cn life and a
healthy appetite. Mountain Mint
Tonic has been tried by hundreds of
people in Pensacola, everyone of
whom heartily recommends it as the
best tonic they ever uwed. It does
more than e than w claim fo it. One dol-
lar per bottle, six bottle for five dol-


A special communication
of Eceambia Lodge, No. 15.
F. & A. M., will te held
GQ. Friday evening at 8 o'clock.
Work in E. A. degree. All
visiting brethren frater-
nally invited to attend.
By order WV. M.
L. C. IENN'ETT,
Secretary.
WOOl) WANTED.
Bids are desired for 2,m00 cords of
good pine wood.
22mlw BRIGHT I CE Co.
A Musicale.
The Qenior vrade of school No. I
will give a musicale for the benefit
of the public school library on
Thursday evening, March 29,. at
('Clutter's music hall. Tickets are on
: ale at (COe's book store and at Clut-
ter'- music store. Price Eo cents for
adults and 25 cents for children.
llro,;ram will be published later.

lHave Ycnr PAInthm'
and Paplr HM-anginig done by up-to-
date people, illn an up-to-date style.
by paltrnizing J. E. Ross & Co., No.
11 N. Palafox. Phone ; 32. 21f-tf


Quality.


N( \ er experiment with so important
an article as

CANDY.
It is the Hilih Quality of ALLEN'S
Candi-es that has estabhliishd its
great reputation.
NO ADULTERATION.
A-k your dealer for candy made by

Allen Candy Mfg Go.,
PENSACOLA, FLA.


Who is Rader ?
He's is the Furniture
Man.


CRAND


t SPRING OPENING
._0 I. -
SMTTTTNERY
-AT-


BOWERS & iRUSF


*-


J W timber and lumber; the recenestab- CRAMBKER OF OMMBHOE V. TATE FAMIERS' INbTILUTE
llshment of a veneering plant; the Elaborate Plan f--r Its Annual Ban. At Lake City April 4, 5 and 0 to Close
-e at Pensacola. early location of a basket factory; quet ext Monrh. !The Instiute Season.
Sthe building, last year, of a yarni Secretary Thos. C. Watson of the FLORIDA ArRICtLTURAL COLLEG.E
1112 south Pala- mill of 6,000 spindles by home cap, AND EXPsar1Xh'T TATI4N.
I' South Pa- mill of ,000 spindles by home cap- Pensacola Chamber of Commerce LAKE ZLTY, Fla., March -, 1,b e
tal exclusively; the recent incor- kindly entertained a NEws repre- My Dear Sir-We are arranging
BY portion of a company to build a tentative this morning with an ac- for a State Farmers' Institute to be
BHING C0. 20,000-spindle cotton mill; the-recon-I t hld hereon April 4, 6 and ( to close
struction of the leading hotel at a count of the plans determined upon the present institute season. Each
n Advance. cost of $75,0; a project forth buildata meeting of the board of direc- day will be devoted to a distinct
........project for the build- tors held yesterday evening for the class of subjects so that persons not
: ... ing of a new, large hotel by Chicago annual meeting and banquet of that, disposed to spend three days with
1 : capitalists, and others. Let every body, which is to be held about the us, may select the day in which
ble Monday in thoughtful citizenformulate in his 10th or 15th of April. Among the they are particularly interested.
mind a list of Pensacola's industries features of the event will be a care- The arrangement will be approxi-
[r NiW : .. ....fully prepared program of toasts, to lately as follows, although the full
S SW and enterprises, and compare it with be responded to by prominent mem- program is not yet arranged.
Lt $1.' per year the above. bers and citizens, and by distin-' April 4, Horticultural Day. First,
We do not need to -organize" to iruished guests who are to be invited, vegetable and truck crops; second,
S118.i produce such results. We have a The banquet will take place, at the small fruits; third, citrus and tree
SEscambia hotel, and, for many reas- fruits.
chamber of commerce which meets ons, will be an event long to be re-: April 5, General Farm Day. First,
on Application. monthly, and a business league. membered, if none of the wise and staple crops; second, cane and rice;,
which tries to meet semi-monthly, elaborate plans in view miscarry. third, cassava and new crops.
Its lat .regula met in. oade.ri, d At this meeting the organization's April 6, Live Stock Day. First,
........_^~~ ls avr .efficient secretary will submit one of feeding; second, dairying; third,
in three city papers for two days, did the most comprehensive and inter-i breeding and diseases.
not have a quorum. Results cannot esting reports in the history of the It is intended that in addition to;
be accomplished in this manner. chamber, comprising a complete sta- the members of our station staff and
R. 23. 1900. To use a vulgar but expressive bit tistical and historical review of the college faculty, the program shall
23. 1900. To use a vulgar but expressive bit calendaryear 1899, gathered with in- include the best and most expe-,
of slang-the situation is "up against finite patience and ability from the rienced practical men along the
GATES as." What shall we do with it? Siti most authentic sources, showing lines mentioned, so that the insti-
Sof acastill, and let others do all and take the growth and progress of the city tute will be a school and great expe-
ticketfor d all or arouse ourselves, determine and port, in every commercial and rience meeting taken part in by the
eta to the all;or aroue oursele deerem-ne industrial phase of its advancement, imen who have been most successful
n to be held at upon active and efficient effort, together with a mass of additional in their calling. All railroads in the
hke the b choose some one or more promising information of signal value and pro- state will furnish rouutd trip tickets
*. >vid h*e- and worthy projects for the better- found interest, not only to the in- for one fare and hotels in Lake City
well, and F. habitants but to the public at large. will greatly reduce regular ivplic-s.
To Hannah our condition and then If any resident of Pensacola im- 'Your presence is cordially i,.v:te-d
bite and w. T work, together, faithfully and ear- agines that its chief commercial and an announcement of the above e
neatly. for its successful accomplish- body is a "back number," and of lit- facts in the interest of the public is
'ifffr and J. E. ment? tle or no practical benefit to the respectfully solicited.
S_____ community, let him prepare to be Detailed program will follow in a
n. John West. -MO disillusiouized by the perusal of its few days time.
nbie and W. A. DEMOCRATIC CO)NVENTION. record for 18SY), as set forth in the Most truly yours.
It Wall be Held at Jacksonville, forthcoming report. Tha province H. E. STO'KBRII,;E.
Ii ofitl falt .i e of its sister organize ition-thie Young
t ownf t act neo. Men's Business League--is tosupple- Presented a Tragedy.
as not e.istd. The state democratic executive meant its work and aid in every pos- Timely information given Mrs.
there will ex- committee met at Jacksonville yes- sible way to promote the business, (eorge Long. of New Straitsville,
)him. A- mat- terday to name the date and place commercial and indu-trial interests Ohio, prevented a dreadful tragedy
Snoit to for o of the city and port, It is to be earn- Ud saved two lives. A frightful,
rnow Poantto folr holding the state democratic estlv hoped that when the time cough had long kept her wake every
ation and hisc -t cough had long kept herawake every
rity .ver given convention, comes to celebrate the anniversary night. She had tried many reme-
r congr-sifrom Jacksonville was named as t!,e of the League, it can make as good a dies and doctors, but steadily grew
UnZ. place and Tuesdly, June 19, a the sLowing, in its special sphere, as the worse until urged to try Dr. King's
n.e of Frank pate Chamber of Commerce. New discovery One bottle wholly
boomlet for Dr. Bull's Couh Syrup banlshes at ore all cured medicine she w rites this mar- ong
Did it "die It is very hard to stand idly by and forms of throat disease, and always effectss lous medcneao cudMr.Lon
ev our dear ones suffer while await- pIrmanient cure. This wonderful remedy of a severe attack of Pneumonia.
the arrival of te doctor. has cured thousands of autTer.-ri from Huch cures are positive proof of the
Ii" the arrival of the doctor. An bronchitis, ioars-.ness and other bronchial matchless merit of this grand reme-
acola will Albany (N.Y.dairyman called at a troubles., dy for curingall throat, chest and
acola will drug store there for a doctor to come -- forcurin al throat chest an
se and pro- and see his child, then very sick THE POLICE COURT. lung troubles. Only 50c and $1.0).
y council at with croup. Not finding the doctor Every bottle guaranteed. Trial bot-
pty nakin in. heleft word for him to coe at A Proper CaseftlieState Iefor nia- tles free at W. A. D'Alemberte'sdrug
.l .aki otice on his return. He also bought tory School. store.


SOLID CAR LOAD. Stylish


Stick Seats'


PDva&+w 4 ha_ rHv..


A. I UhDIi7a.L LsapUIJl


Top Buggies.


BEST MAKES, LATEST STYLES.


First Come, First Served; They Won't Last Long

Yes: We will Allow You Somethin:i for that ()h I.n:'y :
Ain't but Fifty ('c.t-.



NIili.au |oljnon & San.










[ o- DECORATED !
: .... .. .. .. .. .. ... .. .



(0pal lassware i1


-,:[@NOTICE OUR SHOW WINDOW. ,


| B. PERSON. 9
Slb.. 17 South Palafox.
S{. -. 6 ,


Delicacies.


Waiitchi This Sjwee for f Our


&


CO.


Investigate the Convertible Term Contracts
--- F Tlif.- -
f11A TParn M ii*iln| T.ifa Thna "n.


Wednesday, March 28th, D V. ',-1" T1 ',
and continuing ahl DAVID EDREHIT s K'.M-\I'ifLT.PENSA IIA
thn' week
O"r tl it'1 I'/ r es h .
,Ih,- n^i-^s. JUST OPENED.
S You are Cordially Invited F ^^'^
to Attend.

. Ii.. Coii iivt.gIo ul fi i


MISS R. NEWELL,


----Everything New and Clean.-*
The Most Attractive in the Entire City. Regular Meal- .-' -
and Short Orders Served at :all hour-. ~r ecial W-.k.'ly i


DRESSMAKER. A TRA ITW.R nnAf Pwnnrotors.


Any and Every Style!


Len1ten


SOL CAHN


| iliam Ioson & $ou.



I SPECIAL OFFERING




SATURDAY A$D MONDAY.






SBlack Taffeta Silk Waists, Each $3. :) .i
Colored Taffeta Silk Waists, Each b



Fitchville Bleached Domestic,Hy 14 d 1
SPULLEY M ake- youirown : w;. '
PULLEDYBEL tSheBuckilesAnd HtZbbi PULLEY L.
,.





Lace and Embroidery Department

oi c More Complete than Ever tli-4 Sat-.u.

C 5lo Pair-Lad ies' Fine Sihoe-, La.ict,- .a chd 1H: .-

Nk Mizes 1 to 5.



Bi _

-Buggies! BuggieT Buggies!



Buggies! Buggies!^ Buggies!


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 1900.


A L rtSA BC tthe entertainment. Admision, 26
Alt l ) |~ltb cents.
If it is troupers you are looking for,
you don't want to miss reading the
new advertisement of the Levy-Pou
,,aD -, reswseo'a nd wrttt: Company.
,t,, ,' r .a. z.'rirng The Odd Fellows of Pensacola
M *.>, t.nmp,.'tiro pester have determined upon an appropri-
.m 1. uw 4;.'4 h" r,". 7,. ate celebration of the Slet anuiver-
n't .et. sary of the birth of the order on the
2fith of April, and will unite in pre-
,.: vnu 5 cents March :{th. paring elaborate plans therefore. and
l* --;!1 ;- <-.^ -II -a -: --i td ....i t s1d .> Ir


WiUi invite al neig U o IEg UUL -o
S<..at::, of Milton is stopping participate. Take Cuticura Resolvent
1. "1- hu-,-. An intereptinrtneeting of the Pen-
I -.wer of rookly I N.Y -acola Yacht Club was held at St. BecausB it is so purm and wholesome that
I .wmra oo n. Joseph's hall last night and the mothers can give it freely to children of
names of several new members were all ages. It cools and cleanses the blood,
... el;ragerient for March enrolled. The committee to select and is of the greatest value in speedily
:,. furtrer notice. a site for a club honse was granted curing disfiguring, burning, scaly humor,
further time. The next meeting rashes, and irritations, when taken in con-
W ir: of ii-ce, N. C., i a will be at 8 o'clock next Thursday section with hot baths of CUTICULRASOAp,
:. wi houe.night. and gentle anointings with CCt'cecA, the
1' I: e.-rt- of Valdosta. Ga.. i, The 'Allen Candy Manufacturing great skin.cure and purte of emollients.
,.d at the Escamibia. Company has a new advertisement I Sam.th os" .,it ,, rrua, ,oA-c.
in this issue. The goods of this new coa"-r.es..-.s. "HwtoCar m B~shb,
A. Kelly of Alexandria, Ind., industryare now on sale ata number
-:..r-d at the Merchants. of the city stores and inquiries for Refles Beaet.
quotations are coming from mer- "lIas your furnace been satisfactory
I1 T. Ewing and wife of Corn- chants in neighboring towns. The this wuntert"
w.. arrived at the Escanmbia otrpany made a ,hipmentof goods "I don't know how the rest of the
Sy to-day to Jon. McVoy. an enterpris- family feel about It. but I've kept warm
\. Tiogle o-f Winston. N. C.. inr n merchant at Cantonment. when I'm at lhone chasing down cellar
-.ia yte-te.rday's arrivals at Gran, d !presentative Thos. '. to see what was the matter with It"-
S- Watson. Delegate A. V. Clubbs from Detroit Free Press.
I. -.',I nbld. Jopp, Lodge No. 6, Delegate P. E.
Ez,!-t .,wtiotn ot Atlainta are antiong 4. and D)-lo:ate Jno. H. Rauch from Better Than staring I..
t ..ini!.;t ;gu-t-. .Mechanie^ Lolz.r No S, Warrington. Mother-Where in the world are you
-. .,r loxilam i;a- appointed wall attend tile nmeting of the Grand goi0g''
'. \,-i.tw,,rth of this city to, be 1'.te, 1i. 0. F.. at Tallaha-see Small Son (,!n to play hopscotch.
,y iutl ic for th.- !-tate at large. ne-x' T'tPFlJay. March 27th. leaving' MoItler I Pear mnc. don't you know it's
oia o th'- -a-t bound train on Monday pouring alwu r:ain't
it. J. W.IIiyv land and uia .ext. Sl:a.Ill Sin I've git ian um:brella.-
ito h illeo !!air~--|on-r of the L. A -.- N \- .
1 i |- ia u-at at tie- E-cauita.. It Saved Hii i Lg. c Yirl W\'*.'..
v v I1 (.. Baker of Argyle. E. K. P. A. Danforth. of LaGrange. (;a., Merelyv Irielng.
1 \W.rrnor and W. J. Brown i l -utred inttn ely for ,ix months "h. ..ir:r" x'lainied tlhe first shop-
re new gue-ts at the M,.r- !,with a frightful running .ore o, ho girl -';.. ,n- < a wman who'll
leg. Iut write. that Bucklej ,', Arn ea
Salvp wholly" cured it inl tena .g -. .' *.. 'y -v wng heI gools.
\ Il. Motitoin-ry andI( I. I). Crl- i '.r U'h.,r-. \VW unda Burn-. l ,1-. "\ :ist l.s '-!he want*'" asked the
Iti atiiiI',. ot It- bf. 1 1i.. I 'w a i ';ia ,or" Pilo~ it'- th he-t -t ly',- l actv,''i
*i, i- in Florila ar. git-tvelAd at thie world. C'tire guaratiteed. (Onvly "N.,:!i,-. ''"- I'lladhl.lia 'r's-z.
I.lwi- l.,,- ,-. 25,. S.,.ld d ly \V. A. I)AI. inbert'. -
S-:,d tI. n Ii .w adverti-~ nient of Dri.-'i-t. IIl objeetflon.
intj; .M;M;: i' lnic- il t!hi- u.. "Y,'Ai d;.li't aiiirry that widower with
I- ,i- ti ,I:.'liii- you i 'id a WlE;'MiP ll; ItlI4SN s'veIi childr-u'?"


.1- -eia-'eii. <: tv.' year. --
M~Ite Mai Hallntaik andl Mr. Frank
A n,, t t .' ii .*-ts regi'Ater("d at th ,i
,- t thii- m-orniza-g wer Mrs. Itadelift Unilet in Mart image.
H ll-ni hi.:1:1. iu.u-laud and daughi- 'Thlie marriage la.-t night at ,t o'clock
1 .! ,-:. Tllen. Tent. of Mi- Mai. elde-t daughter of Juid te
SA .Hardwick and wif of Hir- anid Mrs. 4 ;eo. 'S. Hallmark, to Mr.
.":.. and WV. J. Vinev o0 Frank B. Radelifflatthe hioine of the
Siii [ll.., art- ani.Ong twhe' Alabam- bride's pirernts, was an event of
..i-t-retd at the Lewi- house. especial iateres;t to the large circle
-.1 William-, cl:arged with of friend.- and aequaintanees, of the
I* r. and Jo-ehpltan Williatm-. iinte-rested parties, but was attended
,.*1i wittI larceny. are recent a"nly by their: immediate relatives;
a itiiate- iof lde-riff Suith's I,,- antd a few close friends Rev. Per-
cival H. Whaley. rector of Christ
church,i otliiated. and the attend-
S.-' I niversalist church. Ea-t ants w-ore Miss D)aisv. the bride's!
-. stret. services Stday. 11 a. .-ister. and Mr. E. I. ( uina.
I ir Need o1f ,od.'" 7::;,1 p. ., Thti- happy raOoinu is a Kentuckian
Iiay ,,f Judgm-at.'" Rev. R. by birth, and i- employed as yaid-
\!I tle-r. ha-toi,. master <'f the L. & N. iR. R. at this
('lyvde. Wilson. formerly place, arind his fellow einployee fair-
-'lrk',of tti- E-('aitbla. i- aoesw ly overwhelmed the couple with nu--
,rk of t." "t-erchtiant-. viCe 4' .*rtrous alualile and appropriate
Sit. :ndidate for couuntv -tr- bridal gift-. which were supplement-
,:.ld,.nt aof -('iool-. ed by many others from admiring
relatives and friends.
: .\'.,e-' reni-di,-..-cough <(ur-'. The wedded pair left last night
remedy and Witch Hazel for a wedding journey via Montgo -ll
.r for -sale by H.nnah Bro-, ery through East and Houth Florida,
i : tralt-at,. Peach. b'ee lo i'al aid ,,oil their return will iegin hoous'-
', '-' t il till- i U, u-. k,.pitng in their new residence at
:, ar ,'w will b- S:tm .lon.- It "v 1" North Ale niz street.


l.;,rid.t a ( '; i; taniU tu and tl!,-
\ will In t ll tI U'uIo ua .,'O flit
: ;;. x ,! ,,n i'lt ,y >1 *
A \ '.. 1. ,..vldei d. A Il;,. tillm I-
;- com
-t''ra ~!< l al- al t- Coli-
.-.I* ;at the-' weather ture'taui.
:!i 1- 'ciitral in I tt 'l'T ex:.-\
'.a-t-tiortiheaH-t. Higl e,:t-'-
I-:. w- Witht raIa Ill:y b< \xit'-t-
o,-night.
H iIdwin-Melville Cio. play-.d
"i-'i:~ i <.f Liberty last nigh ti a:
-I -mall but appreciative atiril-
I iuls afternoon tiWey are play-
S'ele-brated Case and to-ntit at
will present the Devil's Mznes.
Srrow night they will gjva,

: i t' S. Ste'rritt has been ..
S .' th- Ladies' Aid Society tos
I.- -Ii Iii novel ettertainiieti ts I
S- M r- Hall, March :o0th. :
1 t." iitatiqons aItd shlad-
iig. are' ,otlettling new and
S-: alike to oldi and vyoun ig
- i' 11 n ving pictures- wiil clo,,- -


FI-li to His I).enth.
ATLANTA, March 22.-Charles Beane.
11 years old, fell from the banisters of
the steps at the Young Men's Christian
assiciatton binding Wednesday after.
noon at 5 o'clock, sustaining injuries
from which he died three hours later.
('arollom RaIlroad Sold.
YoIKVI.LKLE,. SC., March 22.-Pres.
dent W. A. Barber of the Carolina atai
Northwestern Raiiroad company has
buagjht the 1.000 shares that York
county owns in that corporation at $~60
a share.
Three Large Stores
Full of FI'RlNITI'IFE. The fira'-t
line of VWalinut H -dri~im NSuites e ver
-hown in Pensaac I:t. Pretty. neatly-
finithed l9tINI oak B-droom Suites at
all price-. Ia tattin ai;d ('obbler Seat
lRock<','ik bia rimd little, cheap and
)igh. I.,o,k rat tten1m.
"a. M. PRYOR'S
Ittarzain Fiurnishiinmr, H-oue.


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4 ~ !r C4. thdo


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. *i ': i i .LI'. ".1 r 't r:-, a'; I I! *, t, at. erie"
. '. : t l e. yr r 'At .t i.il t,
An,] \\. ,,, i. i r ,. jril ucLii<;i .'s wit
A !' i \' r t'ir tb i, hP ,
Ju-l t. tat, Ire of a "'farm. r's t ae"
r I o5 tif it ifn'tit i...
Richmon'l Tima


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SFORiBES STORE.




I IF O- MI ON l

0k \\We can supply you with everything from Stylish
C4 ) Dress Stufis. at really moderate prices to a spool of thread
or a paper of pins-whalebones, needles, skirt buildings.
dress linings. buttons, and everything else in the notion line
at just the prices you feel you ought to pay.


5 6000 yds Hamburg Embroideries, (on center counter)
S6, 10 and 15c yard.
50 pes 31-inch Shirt Waist Percales, 8 1-3c yard.
50 pcs Figured and Stripe Piques, 15c value 8 1-3c.
1000 yds Standard Prints (dark colors) 10 yds 40c.

I W. J.A B. FORBES.
f -A A&mna &&SsanA W&"~na


JOUR


THE PEOPLE'S STORE,


A.


Schwartz,

Proprietor.


-,


PANT8 !sNEW ARRIVALSig
OUR first announcement of New Arrivals of Spring


Apparel. A generous assortment, large variety
Said about 500 pairs of of colors and styles to select from of T.adie' Waists
long legged, sort legged.
slim, fat, pussy, bow Ve carry all linds; the largest assortment in the
legged, straight legged city of well known brands. Among them the famous
all sorts of legged gar- -
ments, as they got out of .. (l' fllon flan,, "" famous for fit, style and finish-in
the boxes and up onto
our clothing tables. fact the best fitting Waist in the land. This fact no


600 pairs of pants in one
day is a good many, but
what about them? Some
are a dollar a pair, good
cassimere pants. Some
are two dollars a pair,
good cassinnere pants.
Some are three dollars a
pair. good cassiuntre
pants. Some are two,
three and four dollars a
pair. good worsted pants.


WE DO NOTI


buylpants for adver-

"purposes-to sound


We huyf ood panic


pants that are made

good goods pantss provide

withl"all the comforts


1 oine; front pockets, w watch

pockets, (to watch your


money pockets


case ffour wife wants to see

if she is getting half of

your in come) pistol pockets

tand refreshment pockets-


WE [lI ALL *






aolid as a rock. plain or fancy pat
t,-rn- for $2.50 that will keep an able
bodied man busy nigints and days to
wear them out in ai ye..r, arid fi r
:I.(11, some new fancy ea-sini:-ret
p:iatts. lapped -"ealn- .ontd creased


WHY, SAY!


We sll all i ur v or-ted
pants for $41.;N that are -iraiplv great.
Patronize our Pantry. it p ry,.


dealer or customer can deny.


You forn 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: ".S: i. CII.:\' .AX)
THIRI-VY INCREASE Till BUSINESS."


New
Arrivals!


S119ND EMRMOinDIRI NewS!
HBU fflKUH~BEOArrivals'.


Our Centre Table- art, roai.ing beneath a irooedly shal.,re of the New,-t
Thin-.: in Laces and Embroiderie-.
-. Edgii,n and I: :ertioil, Hamburg Edgii.g .and lnserti'ii
Valencia Lace and Insertions.
.Miacline Torchion Edging and Iii-t-rtioi.
(iermai n Torclhoun :-'.|i i 'g, Ap;liqiie LIta,' anid Insertion,
P.'i:nt d'.* Spret. Oriental and Plt V':tl. I,a ..a-.
1,0 n .,iia nt;s H.ini 1i)a Edging. six yard ,ingth-., w aili 7 .w. to go at i5c.


Sweeping Sale of Muslin 'D*derwear! *


One Lot Child's Drawers. h leinne.l and tucke.. s-ize- I aInI 2, :at...lOc pair
o Sizes 3. 4, 5 a'ld ;. only.................................... ........... 1'c pair
Of One Lot 'htild's Trimmed Drawers at ('oN-t M;rk.
Ontie Lot Child's Trinmmed Gowns at ('o'-t Mark.
ed ()ne Lot Child's Trimmed Skirts at (Co'* .Mark.
One Lot Misses' Timined Gowns ;it Co( t 31..ik.
of One Lot Ladies' Trimmed Chemise, worth :t.,c ftor.................Wc each
'One Lot Ladies' Trimmned C'ambric Chieniise. worth 7.'* for.......45c each


N ,'ne Lot Odds and Ends',
In Ladies' Skirt-; and Gowns to Clo'eO ()ut at Cost MIark Price.


DeFUNIAK


SPRINGS.


Two lirs from I'P. ~Is la vii L. & N It. I.
Seat of the Florida Chautauqua n,'w in Session
Until March 27th.
]F'finest Resort in Western r1orida.. <
H i- gh -t A !t'lt ai t' St: a I' lu \ : 'a r ..l Ia t-. i. i:; ('limnate.
THE BEE T CF 1k, PDA' 0T HJX"1T (.AUTAUOUA.


MAK7OOM


For Our Fine and Er:'.ensive Line of


Spring


Goods, :


JUST HRECEIVE D !. N, .vr,*'Lif 1! 1.. s
a Shrirt~a. atul lJnio. ''.. 'f iL t-. ri ~t~ ''.i


Still have a f', w f ; !. -r ,:".- :-,1'- -,' :-
wt i lc I a; l -..(' !lfi ; .. ',1-'I i '.r, I '
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;. *: at 75, t a n'l,-


~::-JCS. 3OLIMAN.
l'-:PL~ A ,LA A '.t


J. M. HILLIARD


THE


LEVY- POU


CO.


The Bil Dm Town Clotfier?,
ftnO KI1 R PoAlof/v fi..


& CO.,


-Manufacturer- and D;, al r- iih-

Carriages, Buggies, Wagons and Drays.
0E BRepairing Attended to Promptly..=t A
30 EAST ARDEN ST. : : : : : PENSACOLA. FLA


Roses-O- nations.


I am selling the p oi act of the ltdfemont snd IHighlsnd Park Ga-flenq of
Mortgomery. and on t v.- ve hoesa' notice can furni.zL any amount of Cut Flonera
'and i)esigns wanted.
i Carnations 73c per dozen, Delivere I
American Beru :es S3.30 to S1.93 par <(ozn,l
i All 0 her R)-es $1.50 to $1.75 per 'czen, to ycU
I ing Phone 329. MISS VIOLETTE MORE= 3.
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"'No; I ciouill hai, married the wid-
a\\wr all right, Ilut I couldn't make up
mriy minial to marry the, seven children."
- Philhh lrh.l iShl T -legrailh.l.


\o t(-rnuilon to Make a Wry Face. l'f'
I irrt Y' n; I.Lawyer-Semple got his
tirt < a' last ni.. Ight.
S.-'inl iYuan.L: awyer-That so? tisinlf
W h:tit kind ,f : ,.a-.o i.s it?
First Young I.:Lwyvr- It's rye.-New ch eap.
York l'ress.


Tante or i'arsimony?
Closennan-After all I imuch prefer a
pitp' to a ei ,:tr.
"Franklin i--Yo Iica>n that you enjoy
.iviNTIL monet*'y nimore thaIn you (10 smok-
ing, tl,'lco.-Isto, Transcript.
Accurately "Stated.
YVl-,l rIU sherli.&t's?"
.Muilsa- No: I am slowly dying there,
thiugh.- Indlianaolis News.
By a Farmer'. WIfe.
mrin. t. 'f he rf a farin r's wife
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 1600


DEATH OF OSMAN PASHA.
lreo of I'r Pi-vms P .- Away at the
Age of 68 Yeamr.
CONSTA&NTINOPLL March 21.-Osman


WWU WU lPIAiha, the hero of Pevna and the
greatest Turkish s>itter of recent times,
SMis dead. He was &, years old. His de-
uI ene of Plevn. against an overwhelm
M lItg Russ:a- forcee an lb7t gave Osman
S& I enormous prestige. By the intrench-
ments hm caused to be thrown no he re-
People tainted with ScIrof- ssisol the zustaIs. In three pitched
Sft n battles ne overcame the fiercest troops
ila very often develop con- j 0 ,, On J I., ^ ^
0 of toe cartr armio4. Oa July Its, its76,
sumption. Anemia, ruWing ne ,ndictadt a 1',ss of 3.00oo) killed and
of the ear, scaly rmtions, i., wmaadel on h, 'an a. The next
o ear, s iy; ttle coit th.I I n s i i i.us 137 officers
imperfect digestion, and and ninn..y ,
enlargement and breaking rokktr( .oisn.,,. Arrested.
down of the glands of the NEW O11rANS. March 22. Alfred
neck, are some of the more Clark Goodman, the cotton future
of ScrofulaO i broker, whose failure on the Cotton
prominent of scrolhua symp* Ecange was announced two weeks
tom-ae forerunners Of COn- ago. has baen inditted by the grand
jury for toe tuikspDropriation of $3.000
gumption. These conditions entrusted to him by J. M. Prester, a
can be arrested, consumption reddeat of Comananche, re. Good.
$ prevented and health re- man has ben arrested.
stored by the early use of Will )S'-'i-Ith -,NCgr Q,,..stlion.
SCHATTANXOG14, March 22.-Dr. D. W.
SE lsOo:e of Waco. Iax. has accepted an in-
vitation to address the Southern Indus-
StrAl conveutlto on the race question
saide from polities. Dr. Birriugton of
.Your doctor will te!l you so. the University of Viriui.a and H T.
Keating. edittr of Tu,. R-view at Pnila-
Atali drur-r.sts: s.. ad f: o. deipha. will address tue convention on
) SCOTT &A OW NL. Chrcm.ts. New York. this question.
.innes s-k Ite;u I, Am,.-rics.
PHIL&DEL'HIA. March 22.-The Red
A Mile a .llmute Down the Alp.. Star line steamship Switzerland, which
The spot in ihe- Swiss .Als that at- has arrived here from Antwerp. brought
tracts the winter saorItsm Is the Ctresia run. at St. Moritz. %which llrst of many thousand fleeing from
i. JUt ,f11114 ill h-,IZTI. "]'he t lOg the cruelty of the government of the
is just 1n$-e 1:1:14 il lv.T The toog- czar of Russia. The party will locate
;:anI1.g sef.ain here lbeginus about the an Minneapolis and in Montana.
middle of Novernm tr. when the first
nzIow falls. The cot;litiion of the run *I think I would go crazy with
is not Ieft to chance. blut the slide is pain were it not for Chamberlain's
plirpartd un hir the direction of a corm- Pain Balm," writes Mr. W. H. Sta-
inittee. Swiss toboggans In contrast to piston, Herminie, Pa. "I have been
the Canadian ones, made entirely of affircted with rheudnatism forseveral
wood. ar. raIsed on runners shod with years and have tried remedies with-
n orti Te e irtn r out number, but Pain Balm is the
iron or steel. The e rt rider lies best medicine I have got hold of."
prone u11.B the toboggan. head fore- One application relieves the pain.
Liost. both hatds grasping the frame- For sale by Hannah Bros., 21 S. Pal-
work at the sides and both feet em- aftx street.
,lnreA Inu dt t I nIr anikp a re Re-


'loIv+e Ui s -eerll i.ron sp|l ro .es are -
<-ured to the toes of the loots. and by
trailing one or the other foot along
th. ground the big sled may be guided.
flut as thoi fashion of steering tends
to d!imln!sh the speed the most skilled
riders :ue the feet as little as possible
and depend up.n u shifting the position.
Tihoulih the Cresna run is a mile in
hIn;ith. thli v 'ioole distance may be cov-
.ere.d In 70 4 seconds. .\t the steepest
iO tlt a ul!t' a im! tl.te is made.
The Dan6Tereom End.
.*.n Ass ,:nc,. nvil>i>d ilimnself In a
I.io's Skin. l.ti ng t l'at he would
ther-t.-.y Es-:.;i An::<. nu<-< from the
Ite't of th,- l:'u:,>- <. s'n'f il l.
I;u:1 ai. :1 Ti=, r an biW> Chlin,. andi
f':.';n' l:. i' alIli.lyv to look as tierce as
l.i.. A..sii ui *** '" tlurmn.l t..- t1. .Ah" sal the l Tiger to himself. "for
<:1iI nlil :lncieut Enemy. the Lion.
1:js rel:axed his usual Vigilance. I'll
t'I' uon hinm from Rehind. and
it. he'll t., a uiineral In thel noruin,."
lut Lis \Vicious Spring was met by
tie1 helIs of the Ass. aud lu: the Tiger
l:.i l'redieted lis swn 'Funeral.
Moral.-It's usually I'olicy to Attaek
thie I-Enemy in the I:,ar. bpit there are
! exceptions to every Iule. Always re-
ibtr. in dealing with an Ass (hu-
:;u or otherwise,. that the end con-
ning his Brains is less Dangerous
,.:an the one furnished with Heels.-
Philadelphia I enquirer.
A. R. De Flu-ni', editorr ,of tie
.,,o'rml,. I)to l-'t f,,r a nunimbr of vy:ars iromn rtht-una-
tism in his right sh-.ulder and -ade.
He ay: "My right -rmni at times
was entirely u-el-,. I tried Cham-
berlain's Pain Balnm. and wac -ur-
pri-ed to receive-rtli,-f almost imme-
diately. The Pain lallhi hai, been a
conlltant c(opielnio) n of mine ever
since'and it revv-r fail-." For -alc
by Hannah Bros., 21 southh Palafox
?-treet.
At C. V Thnip*,om'na.
Crane's Ladies' Note Paper. and
Envelope to match.
Cambridge Linen and Envelopes.
flurd's Parchment.
Invitation Paper and Envelopes.
Linen Ta'let i.
F'roted Velum and Envclopes.
English Note; satin Wove; Ti-siue
Paper; DenLi-on's Crepe. Etc.. with
a general a-,mortnment of '-tationery.
C. V 'It NW14- N.
No.. ) South Palale x Strert.
Mlledical S..u:>ey, A-nnt There will be a reuliar nmeting If
the Pen'accla Medical 'oiS-ty a'
the Board of Health offtlc at a
o're!ok p. m.TueQaoar. Mnrch 27.
Visiting physicians are cordilall..
invited to attend.
D. W. MCMILLAN. M. D..
Presider t
E. F. BRUCE, M. D..
Secretary. 25mt
10 THIF; PI' ('.
I have juzt received a fl:n lot 4of
all kinds of candies. and seil :! -em at
ery reasonable prees.
M. M. L rre.'-."> c-it:t- per ,'a'.! d.
Chocolate Drop., '2 cvnt-- rr
pound.
r-ultani Mix J. poiul I- fr 5
All Fancy Mit-l, ( a:ind '',- lt! t;
,v r brought to I'* t-aeol i. .'I -,.
a.,r poui.d. Call ai d ?e f. f' our-
--1f.
Il'ev are fret-h and fir` i'At f' o1'
5," vines. C. A'.': i.E.






vinTey Usein48 bo the
lsWaoe Mf wAithotU Gnyt


iulete f.o* Lent.
All the faithful who have cnm-
pleted their twenty-first year anu
who have not begun their sixtieth
year, apd whoare not exempted fr. m
the obligation of fasting by sickne -s,
haid work or other well known rea-
sons, are obliged to fast on all the
davs of Lent. except Sundays.
On those days but one full meal i.
allowed. which should not be taken
before noon.
Custom allows a cup of cotlee, tea
)r thin chocolate, and a small piece
of bread or a cracker, to be taken in
the morning; and in the evening, a
collationi not .-xceedinig the fourth
part of an ordinary meal, i- allowed.
At this collation. hutte-r, cheese.,
milk. t*tg and all kinds of fruit.
fi-h and vez:- tables are allowed.
Wlien the principal inmal cann,,ot
without grave inconvenience he
taken at inoon. it i' pi-rmissible to
take the collation in the morning
and the dinn-r i:1 the evening.
Ab-tine tce iromn te use of tlel-h
ia enji.ined on all the W-dne.-dsays
and FridayvAof Lent and on the Sat-
urday of Emlier Week and on Holy
Saturday.
The u-e of i:ard i- allowed iii cook-


Fi.h and r e.-l .h ;re not allowed at
:IiA" *tiif-'l i-e l; -V ii o lln Sl tldHays.
Etlrs. cheese, milk and butter inIma
he used every day. but ait-tinenc'-
froni a'l of thi-.-e i recoinmeniAhdd on
(,ood F.-id:tv.
Persons ,exemi)pted fr-on tihe ,bli-
,.ation of fa-tij.ag ar e not hliitd by.
tho* restrict:i-i ,of u-iniug i il- i t hivt
oii1ce a ldoay on t!e days in whiih the
uste of lzieat i= pteriitted ly di-spen-
satiOll.
Children ovtr sivven yp,:ra of a'e1:v
are hound by the law of ah-btinunco.
uaile-, -xcu-ed by -ickue-s or other
Latl es.
The paschal time. in which all
('atholics, who, have- colie to the
y*ars of discretion are bound to re-
c-ive holy conutiunion worthily. ex-
tetidds from the fir;t Sunday of Lemnt
till Trinity Sunday. iticlusive. Chil-
dreni over feveln years of age are,
bound by the precept of annual con-
fe -ion. Pastor-< snd parent. should
see that the children comply with
this duty.
The hdly season of Lent is a time
of pra.yer. of sorrow for sin, of seclu-
,ion front the world and it. aitimuse-
ment-. and of -rn-,,,ou-i lin-,riving
11 ,i tspeci.,l indult 'iratitt-d to the
bi-tlo's of th-l I',ited trtes for tel
S< atr- iatini: from M.ar:h 13, 1,907.
working pe'o:e!, who cannot easily
* serve the coilmlion law of tile
*t.urch. are dinezn-ed from the ob-
li.aittion of abstinence on all days of
th.- .yeV r -ex.-pt Fridayy. A-h
W\'edt.--day, Hoi'y Week and Chri-t-
nins Eve. Th'Ii- li-pen;i-ation d,*P-
iiot exempt trotl: the additional ob-
lization oIf fa.tin,. where such ex-
i-t-. nor doe- it .auth,ariz,' the use of
;i .', and tie-h ; 't th s ni l- m al. It
I. la 's-, however. nIt ,,t ly t1 he ind(il-
va.l.il wo.rkmenl ini whoae f:ivo.r it, i-
i au;t-d. Ibut all ti'- ilnem < r- of their
;Isi:'rlie '- Wt"0. lIi return it i- ex-
" #"s-d t)'It t!:',-e who ;vaill themolil-
- lvv f thi- iti .lu!t will endteavtor to,
.'iit rI into t!:,- -;'irit of the holy -se-a-
s-onof I.v.nt by v. lintairy a,.ts of tntur-
tification.mp, l)';:t I' and :iAn:-.ivinu.. A
,n '-t tr:,ii-tw,,::l.y cuistotin i- t';at iof
.,h--taiti:.n Juno;'.: I.,-tit from -t;iu -
.igi l-. i1n hIia'i ,'" : tl" .-.te' d th r'-t f
t;,'r *iv 're '"-aiv r.
t'., duth't : '-', : t ir oa, lli:;'a: ,'tn ti
r -t a, ;h-:,.i,. ,.,i-' t to al;pily t
: I" t '' ;t. r ':' -. r for a;t i -
E \w ila I. A I.I:N.
lb. ," ,tf M.'hilf'.
.M ";*.; A ; a F !< ::' a I';. a : "' e.

Furniture on Credit
Moat beautiful lile- of !-ide tL,atrd.-
-vpt-r .-hown in: t!;" city. Wi rd. -
with rlasi- do or of every d. scrip-
tio. from the oae-.e6.t to the finl-'t.
It 'll-top secretary ca.es e'lez.intly
tini-hed,. a fine line of china cl,-,t.-.,
uid everything contained in a fir-t-
cla~s furniture store at 0. M. Pryor*'
Bargain Furniture Hou-e.


LDGIlaATIV A CANDIDATES
And Delegates ti the Or un'y Conven
lion at Powelion, April 14.


.nfhila and


from the Roaster. While
others are old and have lost
their aroma, ours is fresh
and delicious.
New Orleans Grocery Co.,
MJLS. M'HUGH,,
Phone 105. Proprietor.


Heel Hutton ana LLace Snots
for only




$1.25.
ItEtL'LAR PRICE $2.00.



Gentlemien,

Don't Miss It!
A SHORT TIME;
THE ONLY TIME,
AND CASH TIME.
Men's Genuinp Calf Tan Lace Hand
Sewed Welt for only


$2.50.
IE(;I'LAR PRICE $3 50.


W CUc4ly T.Y SCHEDULED
FOR TEAM DIVISION
PEN8AOCOLA ELECTRIC TERMINAL
RAILWAY COMPANY.
Trains leave Pensaoola for the Little
Bayou, Palmetto Beach, Warrlngton, Navy
Yard and Fort Barranoas at
e'30 a.. m.arrive at Fort Barranea 7:16a.m
10:00 a. m. arrive at Fort Barranoas 10.46 a.m
S1:00 p.m. arrive at Fort Barranea 1:45 p m
8:30 p. m. arrive at Fort Barrancas 4:15 p m
6:15p. m. arrIveat Fort Barranea. T:o1p m
*s:0o p. m. arrive at Fort Barrancas 8:46 p.m
Trains leave Fort Barraonea for Pensa-
cola at
1:0) a. m. arrive at Pencolao...... 8:16 a.
11:0 p. m. arrive at Penssaola.........11:46 p.m
2:M0 p. nM. arrive at Pentaeola......... 2:46 p.m
5:0n p m arrive at Pensacola .... 7:45 p m
7:00 p.m. arrivesat Pensacola......... 7:46p m
9:46 p. m. arrive at Pensaoola.........9. :0 p.
*'4atuardatsv only.
In effect L'Dec. it, 1 .
*SUNDAY SO3DrUIE.
Leave Pensacols. Lv Fort Barraneas.
9 a.m. 10 a. m.
11a.m. 13 .
p.m. a..
Pp.m 3p.m.
6p.m. p.m.
4 m p m
ep.m. 7p.m.
PARE FOR WERE DAYS.
'en4acola to Fort Barrancas and return 45c
Pen ,acola to Navy Yard and return.....5c
Pensacola to Palmetto Heacb and return 15c
FPA roa A HUDAY
?ensaoola to art Harrancas Navy
lard and rgturn..... ............
Pensao.la to Palmetto F..bh and
return.... ... ... .. .. 16"
No fr-.li't rocivrwd after a:lf o. m
-GRIANDE lXCUIHION


Don't Lo-e Time and go About
Prici::z W\V.- Still Lead as the Low-
e-" 1' i'' ,e Hotu-e inl the City.


VIDAL & SMITH,


Women suffer. Following are the candidate. for
ing from female the legislature and the list of d troubles and gates to the county democratic con-
weakness, and vention at Powelton. April 14, on-
from irregular dorsed by the Workingmen'.- Demo-
or painful men-
ses, ought cratic club:
t o lose hope i For she Legislalure.
doto l ose hope if C. Moreno Jones.
S doctors cannot H. C. Clopton.
S shelpthem. Phy- Delegates to Connty Conven, inn.
A *sicians are sc
busy with other Precinct 12-H. H. Wicke. F. R.
dseasesyw that Pou, R. A. Credille. Wi. Carini-
diseae tt chael, Thos. Q. liver,.
they do not un- Precinct 13-J. F. L. Quit a. Ar-
derstand fully thur J.-hn-o", J. C. Avery, J. Whit-
the peculiarail iag Hargis, J:t-. L. Sweeney.
ments and the Precinct 14--Gu. Eitzen. J. F.
delicate organism of woman. What Baari, A. E. Zelius. H. G. DeSilva,
the sufferer ought to do >i to give Jas. O'Brien.
a fair trial to Precinct l'-The-o. Johnson. John
B. Jones. F. E 4inmyns. W A.
BRADF .IE.D' Dunham, H. A. Waters. 14mn-tf
Female Rwuiwor DUHAM Cigars have
which is the true cure providedDURHA Cigars have
by Nature for all female troubles. It been tried and fire test-
is the formula of a physician of the
highest standing, who devoted hi~ ed. D'Alemberte sells
whole life t the study of the dis- them.
tinct ailments peculiar to our moth.
ers. wives and daughters. It is made
of soothiu:, healing, strengthening Coffee! Coffee!!
herbs and vegetables, which ha- f
been provided by a kindly Nature to We catl te attention Of
cure irregularity in the menses, Leu the general public to the
corrhaea. Falling. of the Womb. Nerv. fact that we hare one of'
ousness. Headache and Backache.
In fairness to herself and to Brad, the be.t equipped Roasters
'leld's Female Regulator, every in the South. and that we
sufferin- woman ought to give it a can furnish thtis dplicious
trial. A large $1i bottle will do a
wonderful amount of good. Sold by beverage a( prices that
druggists. defy competition. 11', also
0 r -,I- f-aa', ( i.AfOreek'cone..-.',o wish to remind iou t11i (It our
The Bradfield Regulator Co., Atlanta, Ga. r fo n ,, ,,-, ,.,.7h


"; Ca'I-OW Si.'


First National


07 PENSACOLA. FLA.



T). (44BRENT,


mg hBift WW Bhit uk W


-TO-sCBlE


I GENHEM3 TIE IIAT IEws
Only Ten Cents Per Week.


-1XSHOE*- .outs.
4HE ONE WEEK'

COM.MFENC'I< (I



r [ tA IN *ati nea, aay.

-- lawin-Mlviile Co


Walter S. Bilduzin Ilsnager.
1'1 ES ~A S A T..A N'.
Ma t nep. lo:and 21) cent-z.
Nighit, 10, 2(0. and -it) centit.


AW We draw our own Bills of Exchange on Oreat Hr:it:. r-
Germany, France, Austria, Italy Holland. Hpain. Beltumn .i.--.. ,
way. Sweden. Denmark and otber V.inropean ***U.nLrini
Wp"Vessels Disbursed upon the Motm f.avolrabli T--ers. 1 : -.
Obligations Taken Payable at Port of Deatinatino Trn r 'Kit.. .-.
aft< r Vessel Arrives there

WfSafety Depo*sit Boxes for enat in Connectiln
with whioh we have a Pr ate Apartmrnnt for thaUsM
I*# Ag *te..e.


Cold Weather
Coming. .. ,
o rdIr. r n i 1t l.-t i- l *
T. .- T ..0ina. Oir -
or I rising it ,: -.. -..,

DompsoQ. Oiser ?


I'.. -.


Coal and Wood.


Ba 'i


A. B. C.


BEER.


EV. J. VIDAII, Sole Wbolesaler.
11 i0 I=I1 i InIES 11n3, IPOR 0 I N0
Pal Joiaes aiu Ec0o Strinis eicirati A tIA:,
TRT I NITLE Of CELERT TOIIC.
df PHONE 154. : : : : I' 1p x .4
CJUG & FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED
Fr e Deliverv to Any Part of tti vi tv
W AlI orders left at The Offle-. Vtdal & M ut..w. wi"
attended to.



fWING OP iGO GRIND[IERBL
S'9 ?Er LOD:.,E. No 2571


-Iixport-.'-- anil ealrs io-


' I'a -: -,% If ala: ; '% &a! ra


Chinese and Japanese Monday, April 16. 1if:


*-Fancy Goods
FINE CHINA TEAS.
No. :11 illtiat aa l'.laIx Mirfef-


Liindrv y i 0M,(-.


IJiINK LION .' I


Ya ur.! 'or Shoes and


zG Q LAYOIz


ag1enit h i P c .a.t ickeifts ait
ticka.t 'arth.c.. Ti'_ku-t",4 'ad flur five
day--, to -t m I lly a'.-ttlar p15,-
serxg,zr~trant.l'rurir rfAx-
doll urnply to
BonrKIN~or
P.TH(IM A 9,
Pea~acola.


Grist and Corn Meal Mills,
M. F. GONZANlEZ & CO., Pro? s,
Ianuftacture-- ,
CHOICEMt:-;!,A; I it v'II l.U\ .(1)

Pfitioniz, ii r:,. !:in :-*rv. r th, r,- :,
every ryP.ar- n y<> A .il', I.:y v.ia lit-a l and
Sto xlk V'"P '1 fr;amn tr .- a'*- .-.. SA *; '' ; r.- ,
:.or by %o ioing ir ,at y i '::c'>'a :;t.'- ,ni-'rm- i,,l.-
try. Your lmoneD y ; :-t :, tha. coiijiunty
and you in turn are air.,rc'lv .>-'a-r tAei.
In fosterinar the homr- ranuf,.-'tr'-r you
contribute to the caui- of ltabr. You owe
it to thecomm unity in whieh you liv and.
which contributes to your support.


,nivy r ;,.r ab-ta; .. :
*er:sttion.
Geo. Pfeiffer, A ur;t,
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CoImfortable mattresses,
pillows, etc., to go with your
new furniture. You can
buy the whole outfit from
MJarston # Finch.
Try THE NEWS Want Column; it
will pay you.


All High Cut Shoes in
Men's, Ladies', Misses'
Children's at reduced
prices.....


Telephone No. 147.


~'CURE YOURSELF:!
It tiaLv THE Oa a ________
it n-- sur- f t111 ri T E ORC3-I&
Arvsg Special0. 1 T)a c1:I t Is.I n
A Pe i l aai e .Tff-EvA'43 CPfEMI"~ALC.3a'-, titlfT
CINVAI.. o ld by 1)rawgIts.
S. r P-nt m p 'cti r-apper.S v L M
1'. a-xpir" r I ,I for
PairA Ladies' Vici Kid Spring *,'r .. 'a*!m 75~
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Sole Agents :or Celebrated YELLOW LA2V L
0=-other Bigh-Grade Whiskies.
PROPRIETORS OF THE OFFICE SALOON
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Cf IHTH SPHINX.

Srthe Year 1899 In Central
I r- le :'-ps Back to An-
i-l.t Times In Egypt.
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'.re-d antral park from Fifty

.. u .u.--It t to thie olw li'k n ,>on
hIl..' S-;id lia. "Thlie i,. r,
a ire- so i::;~h c-hl'anr'r just [l-
::r< -it t-r'Ily In t ,ado\ "
S.;'rid ,',iur steps
S1.,,\ I a:k ii i.i t ) o interest<-da in
*, .' ;,!. I said. sniling "not so
S-. ,I I :imn iIn uigLlua" ,she
;. u\.< .l!y u 'u oU. for iu-

-.,l wny.
.1 '" h .. ... *1 "i\Ve ere l..te
i :, : i
\ ;, :, la-t v.* f.,'e el thi E:l0* ln
: .- li l. tlh : in v :lI aq.i l-!
i- I I ';- I1 leit'e :;clld C:, I ;e-p:i 'c M 1-S t ie IllS e Ipt r 1:-.
i, i % i.. 'lihat et'lwai' a t e h' iU:.'
!. l. ll r, .' ;1i* l .\ til
'. :, t -l' ,-:l i! w hle' she
mwci-l i? t .* iic t- II I Ih:twi e
] ',i ''ci e fe .e el li ,ie i c.nl fi r ;

:,. ,, site 1 1 .rl u art tI, r
] re.ite eii I.. i -a\ cl>\ e ar c imore for ib'
n..\ 1%. *' [ :l- i than thilie rc al.tien-. o
t*,j (jir ..b to I -arn ic-.
c r: ,.: a..' ii : 1 : haM ii-rT.
i .... ikeld 1straighit ahli-ad at the
,r. : ti l s: .i uitlathin H er u t-oltile

.. 1ct noti<' ! i' i;i;I It \\Rii I wias goilim toc l'r'fer
:.-. !,I t l Eliii't ilItig ii hem niauuer
!n- el,. sih,, cl 't< '. I'i t-,- h Slie.' s ln. p r.ha'
I t;i\ n\ a:.\ll bai :in ii-lliw aticion f rL
-', tlhiii.,." hit saidl c'arnestly. "'1
',t I r !iiil>..r 'lhe-n it lh'gan. My+
: .r -.eu<'e:rilg,'ei it ;inid h'ii|-'ld mea."
-. p.,ieiiit>l Ice the.> sc<;iiHe'd lrn ithu ut'nit
'..it 1:2s now it lihe shatlhdw atid lark
I:..t tleh May sky. "i't is called t'leo
; .'. ii.,eeilh." I-e ) . .- incuch :irli-r. It is aFid to have
SI: Il.it in l ,nior of a princess uf lt!i
\',0..ith lxynasi. It has also lit''ee-
!h:tl he.r lliilnriie< reuliains arte
.1.. 1li-. itAliv atefl tle Metropet li
Sl .: i-l ',.: "I li[hop it Is true. It
I. '. I t-.':nU iful if it w'-re. We will

S n." I lrect. I, "le air
'.: I,.t t.,, ,*tin y ll a l: ttl,. \ ,
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S" I e !...I ta l quiei t. I en" .li :. -' t
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:. \ l ilt!'t '..1 sh,' ..-e't'ie 'ld si
.. ,- e t !ii i t.t i\ 'e l -t l "she l i;,l
: .. ..It1 I;% ill. She hadt l,, ll

\\ ;--, i a little spring. and. P:It,
-,- .! i .ut oei ef a sima:ill huti in <'iulp
.I -A step farther li onwe foni;,
.'':;at I fa:nc-i.e' that a tlien!,r
!.. ,.,1 I.,; lit. I ur-g'pd her to siv i ni,
;i-,llr:aill-e of r'L:;ard. It was %, ,-v
Se' '.,1 l!i a:. i:tl% 4' were shut in l,

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S:i ltiacl cr'y ot surprie.-
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%1.'!THtlK tbo captain.town-
.r'. nor 'e~ino~lgn-% rtvTt!,- ,panl
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Stble- for debti~contract-d by
*-% citaid vms[
J. v KUAVCEHVA

V ITH K tit tZucaptain. noa neres
noir eon-ign~e of theltriutisli
Ktt Hplinghantrwi ll th es tPOn'l-
bit- for debt- contracted UY t:li
-aid ve-f-e..


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Be y your if onto tos
*indsnzelre pro sie
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CATARKH
thoold be cleaatem. 4
Ely's Cream Balm
c :-*es. erothe. and h al
': r':r.--< ,arr.anddr ':, -.
i .y cu.d lu the headMI
S-..~k y.
remun Balm i pisced Into the nostrils, prea3tL
nr ritdiate and a cure follows. It is not drying-D.-es
1t:t produce *neezin. Large S.ze, 50 cents at Dr.:g-
W:-t o ELY BROTHERS. S Warren Street..New York.

needle. My arm was tleoming numb
with paln. I must have been pale, for
she looked at me keenly.
"Give me the cup, quick! I will get
you sonime water!"
I remember handing her the little
bunting cup and of seeing her hasten
away. Then a weariness seemed to
weigh upon my lids. and I plunged into
darkness. A moment later I recovered
consciousness and opened my eyes.
Ina was standing before me. No, not
na- Ino fire, the Egyptian'
I was seated by the gates of a ruined
teniple. About us the waving palms.
Beyond them the cobalt sky of Egypt.
Far away, across a shimmering waste
of brown sand, the Sphinx gased out
over the desert as it had done for more
than a thousand years. Even in my
wretcheduess I could not but notice the
rare .-ttling it all made for Ino-firte.
She' wa;s a:tiii'd in the royal dr'ss of
her rank. lHow hlaiit.fil .lhe was! She
C lil ;t1 oiS 0, 'licl, tr.
1 4t l I it Ilr.e lit fart'lhi'.'" shi t- lohal-
1i',. :I ; ti; ; l!'lly IM \\ %I h w w ith lly
Iu 4.l-'1 it 11t m ia kit-s our parthin
h:iiler, i. I l,\e n1 tily t;niii 1.. t.ll i\oii. I hi:t\e- prliaya l to Isis,
ouJ, -%.t 1-ist, o shtlw lil a way Ity
Sl,;' I ..Lbt h :ie Iti ytou. TTo you,
\\ :i..... I,, [i, l;:It ,ivtlroyed her
saI l" iIl 'r1'-1 ,Iit slavery
:111 1 1 : ;;4n< i;,, our lL.: |lt. I have
li I' t h i r I te i a ;il n hiiaie rare sarriti lbut sh. i.- -ilint. .\ Al (iiilies of Egyjpt
ILNIVy i:!I \'-I. withi the llyksos,- the
helnihl'N. l hi:und would witlhe'r if
I ,;.x, it to ) \ u, q Ity lu\'" b'e-'e-ill(; :s

1 \. tin!etdl to protest. but shle to-
t tio 'il l!i*' e- il'illec''.
"'1.i met 't1" .il. 1 ni htil I t 1 1:1li i i':iy !e tlit. Saliliix f11r
pjeac 'l tfIl.'ti; l' lin'ss. a plaldace % h il.'re' I
uiii.t y li'il il.'% it' apart and ldie. 1. a
liriitie',s iof -;:ypt. w hlic 1ve lovetld OIne
oif Ill' lia.,i!t la,- :1imt :u i v w killing to 'liv
bt :i'- If it .\ind y\ l.u I ani ltva'c!
you \:;11 statntl liy my iv i r atil knIow
that I \- tAilthtul. And whelnl I 1n!l
wratli.,l illn svet' lalhis and spie's foti
tiet '.-l ili r tou 1 will lrin; thei sa .'--Il
cl'ar;tlf'eiis ani d lai -'. it upou Iliy lah'art.
ThroughI it w- shall live aIaill. Sioult-
IV! t'i s..lli' tilit'. The'ey e rs of w\ iit-
tug i :;1 Ula e I, ioli., but they will p;,:i.
and i'elih:il, thelu lliht gous 'will bt. nuore
kinI "
11,r :rinis were aboi(,t e2 iiy neck for a
ilul:l-iit. TIhe'l slit, slipl-led fronmi myl
ellTl.iace.' and I could not follow her.

N12i!.t in E;:gy'.p Tihe lh'a\i' s swa ;i;i
'ig \\lith str;i Ua1:l the \\ :ti1 iii iit\\;i t' i II io i fo t. l:.:iakilug lIl S0iii'1l.
I lb:I-TIe.i ji :l:i t; l .t i'il thel i bl'it;il.1 ,
'If Itr ITI .111.1 t"i 4 lil i- 'l
: ; al.1--I thl' lel .-'l, tle. ell e,.t' si.'tlt fell
t1 '.r -tlir< o 4t X\<.;- ll driftiug. salld
44 c' 1 il "- in ;;I t' i. t i here'. S li,
i.i', .; tl li.;t l ic. w Wit w ll l i- o ll r r. ,
U |' a: i T-- ill 1 n I : tii lilivi 15s
1t.l. :,l. ie l' -t :ar,' \\ :i.;a>l. yat. tht' :way
-,',! S I .nl. I't;. :iel li, I step ilnt, a
tie l'l ol dari.. M1 f,. ;st<'els !..::l'ike .
S ".';'" I n:;) in It,* -haoi. w of th,'

S i **ie', p el'h I1:1 l-;>'lln. F'oi':n be3
tV\ 'iI Iir uil ; it Iir ipia>\ s li\\ ,',;!iil. l i- ':,. \, t u' of lit, lirte
e: i-yi.i. Ilhl \e eirlt ii!e clear and
dist linct on th, s!t;l nioiIlit air.
"I S'phiu:x" ? hit iwans. "Thou hast
l,.,kecl tho,',u ui.,n our l'Egypt for a
ti ;;'eii yl y ri : T.'. b'h i vio e hIast re-
,.aint'.d f,.rv-er l.aniigele.ss through our
glery a:uil unr shli::ine'. Who didst be-
lihoIl my s-e\'.e-t iii i.nLyt', my happy girl-
boail look ,lo\vu anil pity nit tonight
a-i "i iiTrro\ e .\Aul ( Sphinx. if thou
!:i.t llt.- lie',t r I pray thee to send rue
I* a,.t.* l'.-,, ',.tf:luht~'i: It tlt:it wilt.
,l.calih S LIi til- aolliviu. .I Srliinx,

.-,il^-'r :1 iiny s -,,tl.ih s dost till lhi
Il.t ,f seisie firi off sunrise shall re-
: ..'ell till- 'tri' ketn lifee."


A Day of Delight!

Everybody Co


WE HAVE THE ONE YON WANT!
WheKther you want a big one-,
4n mall ioni. an expiensive or a chliap 0on-.
We have a great variety for le.st of them tare luxurious. t1 hi ciihetapest
tire gKood.
l)W LI.ING. S k)lt RENT.
No. 2c- V'a*-at <*c dsdrIl .tr 1tory i $'.'5.e i
N,. -- East Church street, 5 rornli,. i I
-tory iii ar M'vi'lll qlutare ].:ii1
No. 1,i l l it 1'2th street. rownii- I .lst
H I ll i. ,,
No..7 We t C'lin i s tre-t. 7 ronll is.
i furn- tid .P1
#i l troryi t e5.,e I
No. 17 Wi.t tiGovrtiii-ii, t -t!r,',.t. e


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A Fell ani Superb Preramiime:
11:30 a. m.-James Y. Fair, I). D.,
G(eorgia's Popular Orator. Donna
Adair, the Sweet Soprano.
2:30 p. n. -Rogers' Orcheotra.
Hunting Scene.
3:uo00 p. m.-Rev. Sam. P Jones,
"Get There and Stay There."
7:00 p. m.-Grand Concert, The
Davenport Quartet, Donna Adair,
Soloist. Chorus of Entire Assembly
1'aient under Prof. Frank Staytoni
Thomlpson, Director. Moving Pic-
tures.


MUSIC ON THE T.AKR.


The Greatest Day
EVER PRESENTED TO
WESTERN FLORIDA.


Nti. N rii -i:>(a ir.!. .7 re. I -. un LY 50 CgNTS Flor the Round Trip
t, a r,tryi 1 ; IrOlll U l im 'ln P.- tsacolit or
No. hl 2 W mt t'-lin rei -r t. : iiin. liver .Junction and Interlimedialt Mtaltions-,
SI strv, I" ,- 1 ty Special Trains. Cheapest anitd Iot Ex-
Noi ., \%'.-t W r.:i ht -1'.1 --t .. rI..e:-:-. r 'ir,.lon in the W orld. t': I LI. EN ***.
-tIl\ i re .1, 'Truiiiin do not leave until after Eve-i ii s i*s-
No4. .3I; f I tlt (iov-' ilIKlt-hti; -. t .I shion.
ro 11A. I e t .t 1
N 1. k W ,*- t l .a ltu r. t 4 r <,i -. 1 | 4
WtMI.t,, '."'.o GOVERNOR'- I ISLAND, N. Y.
* ,. :;I ;' Wt' II-t,,,t. ;+ r^l,'ll-t,,r a 7,,. H ., M arch 2", l 90-S- aled pro-
,ral ,li a, I pi ls, in triplicate, for furnishing
vim. t'all t. II. /' ,/ r : i Iftie required in Dept. of the' East,
-urniig 1!11, will be received here and at
TOS ,. ullat0o FO o ,st;disd station indicated in in-
S '. "* \ ,tructim.cas i-sued liere under, until 12
DAM ., A,.ril i.). I NqI). U. S. relprve!
R -AT. ESTATF. .i !itto rej-et fir a'vept aniy orll
Rental and Insurance: :ll, or a part ther)f. In-
R~ental and insurance L,.,;,min frlurnislht-doil application.
AGENTj i' .iivl dpeS pont, ini1 ilropo-a will
N be ll(ndor.-cd. "Propos;i.I- for Fil-I at
No. 1 South Pailafox Stre:. -- JAS. M. MOORE. A. Q M.
PEN.SA


TIB 01IIIAL KITUTAIRE IAIaL I oI0g,



8. A. FRIEDMAN, Prop.

AGENTS FOR

High-Grade Liquors.
SIIVER BROOK. P1iVAIT: STOCK HBEN HARDIN SOUlR MASH.
VFRY FINF: 'RTIEDMAN'S CELEBRATEED OLD PR'VA II
STOCK. 12 YEA RS OLD: (OLD) ILK VELVET. KEN-
TlCKY'S PERFECTION OF PURITY. AND
I()T.' OF OTHER BRANDS WHICH
6'.\CE WILL NOT PERMIT
TO Ma'ENTION.

r'"Tie iLar.,--t an Id f-t S.-l-ctod Stack of Bottle W.hi-ky aniid
Wine, for Family I -e.
THE JUG TRADE IS OUR MAIN SPECIALTY.
SW \Also Agent for the F amoui- Pab-;t Milwaukee Beer. Free Deliv-
ry to every Part of the City.


P. O. Box 41',.


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NICOLA CASSA,

RESTAURANT---0 Yb'1- S.

Friti, Cailiies, Veletctllr,
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PENSACOLA. FLA.


Telephone 1714.


TIME TABLE.

LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.
IN EFFECT JANI'I-Y ". 1'-:7 .


wavering emerald stars. Then. milS9-
Ing softly, an asp starts to glide back ,
into the sl;dow. Now it is all clear. ; KIDNEY DISEASES
stretch forth my Land to the :r-p:l'.
"St'l:" I cry. "It is for both"'
Again' tile sh'.rp ,, .in my ,thub, ae the moSt &Iol f all .
Fhoots up y arm like l re.

Some one was l:-iath :ing y fe antl
calli. is,.;, nal.e tt.;: ll'. 1 .,p-Ui rl U|iit Rlpnl
mlly eyes. It was l:.-i ::iy Ina-wiath
the little htuntin.; cup in h,.r haun.
"oih. I have een so fri:,IhtltnA: she or OW IrdtfiideL xta
sclaime-d. and lookedl ait ine beseech- eds O id by Ci
Ingly. I did not ind tln sring right
aw:,y. n'dd when 1 clint l.ack just v ow
with the water you were un,-onseious kbdey ad ladder ZtouDle.
and talking strangely. lOh. I hope that I PRICE and $1.00.
horrid beetle bite h::s not poisoned W. A. D'ALEMBERTE
you!"
"On the contrary." I sr.iled. "the
palli has almost entirely gone. nd I Smoke DURHAM Ci-
would endure far greater sufferin-g for a
this. I have waited for It so long." s at D"Alemberte'.
By and by we walked back toward "
the uniuseum together. She did not re-
mind me of my promise. Lut our steps
bent in that direction. We enteed and
passed into the E.- pt.ian room. Hler
hand lay tenderly upo n my arm.
"She for whour the obel:sk" was built
lies liere." said Iun. -AT THE-
We approached one of the glass n-AT T
closures, wherein lay a richly decorat-
ed cartonnage and the embalmed re- f Rffl A RN AR A I I


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SALOON,


Opposite U'nion Depot, Telephone No. 4;.


W. C. NORMAN, Proprietor.


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SOLE AGENTS FOR


PENNLAND RYE WHTSKY,
BROOKHILL SOUR MASH.
YELL- WSTONW' RYE WHISKY,
DAIRY MAID WHISrKY.
ATLANTA BREWING COMPANY R
CELEBRATED BEER-KK.S A. BOTTrLE.S.


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CRONIfS SALOON
o--DEALER IN--o

Imported and Domestic Wines, Liquors and Cigars.

JUG TRADE A wrs:U AT-TY.
Corner Belmont and DevilliArl Sta. PENRACOIA. FLA




McMillan Bros. Co.


Coppersmiths,

General Metal Workers.

zTUat aftacffrers of and Headarters for k


Celebrated McMillan Seamless Turpentine Still,
C io" MtO a Ma"i, M rMfilg i h th ui.

MOBILE, ALA.




H. H. WICKE.


Plamber, Gas and Steam Fitter,

No. 5 South Palafox Street.
All Kinds o. Plumbing and Ga0 Fittlngs Matsrials K -pt rc Hand


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Mammoth Retail Grocery,

502-504 SOUTH PALAFOX ST-,
Tlelephoxxo 808.

W 'Patron-, N,-w and Old, are Cordially rnvit,-d to Vi-it and Inspect
their Iniiiese Stock.


A. M. AVERY,


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I0 I0 IMPORTEB AND JOBBER OF
)nico Hotel and Restaurant I-ard.w a e,

ALL ORDERS SERVED ON SHORT NOTICE Iron, Nails, Axe, Shoels., Saw Mill and Steamboat Suppies, Cooking
AT ANY TIME AT REASONABLE PRICES. and Heating Stovm, Paint, Oils and Window Olas,

t looms for Rent by the Day, seek or 0ooth. Agaote ad Tinware and Houseftnga ee
311, 312 lerth Tirrfalia trust, ippnlitsi i lii pt G ans, Pistole and Fishlnl Takle.
O-Teiephome 68.-0 j AGENT for Birmingham Rolling Mills Company, Revere Oiant
----4GEO. WILSON & 00.,-- Stitched Belting, Northampton Emery Wheel CompanyL, atin a Band
Don't Forget to Stop With th F at Man Powder Company, Johnson's Kalsomlne, Iron King and Bck's 8toves
and Ranges, Wm. Coupse C o.'s Raw Hid Lace Leather, Mawry'se Bady
FREiH ItEGETIBLE RECEIVE NILT, H311M iU l RETIL Made ailro color..


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12:4.5 fntoon I I:*' p nIII Lnv-e V-.rn-fme ola ..... A rrwie 4. 1 p 111 5.411) a m
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4:12 p In :":u.) a tit Arrive.. .. M b.hI ..A rrive 114-4)n I? a I g bt
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mains of a woman. Topigether we pass- 1 & Iz IflAUI1AUUA
ed around to tie lcend of theli a-s. T''Len
I barely refrained fromti crying out. On
a little black Iplaca:d \vis paile;;d in
white hI.tters the nI llan. lul inte." Deualk Sprilis, Flrima,
lna looked iup at nie i.lle : iri:,'!y.
"Yoi u.sit have heard tIe sory." she Saturday, March 24th.:
said. "It is the 1nanie ou s' l' ke up '
there ii non'li m -Iti is ."
"Ye's." I a:i a \t'werdl. "'t 'ciltIs liack to
tie 1now. ett it was all so long a; go *
had forgotten.'" Black Vil at Exurso

I will repair your watches and
jewelry iu fir.-t-class ,tyle. J. I. ) Of the SeaSon. &
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bWINSFIELD'.3 BODY FOUND.
D.mmpeeed Rit-me Mitnlga Cashler
]eron UI Mr Hto Ras-4h se..
ATLarI, March jS-The body of
Kelly L. Prisfa-id, who mysteriously
mJaare a. 1, was found this
mogriag under his residence in a state
of tempositia, Indicating that he
has been _e asoe his disappearance.
Bnmsed was cashier of the Manhat-
tea Lfmo Jearaucc company. and an
on of his accounts after his
p cme disclosed a shortage of
several thousand daliars. It was sap.
pesed that he had left town.
A dmagremabie odor coming from qn-
daor hi bouse led to the inveugatioa,
whisk resulted in finding hs boy,
which wa removed to Barclay & Bran-
eas undertaking esabliemeat, watre
she oriner held an inquest. Tae con-
cl eneavsched by the jury was that ne
* bad died by his own hand.
The cersmu ate furnished the county
physician gives the cause of death **n-
khnown. bus from the evidence pomesbiy

Sr. mall'@ 4 t .byrup Is tb* beat remld
forall bronchil ulT.-'twln'i.. It i- a itr.;ti
Mittake t#%ii l" n t .ilh .I' .-'I tO rim I,. j.;
for It may (d*lv i.p 4t-r,piU tli-'et or liti:a
trouble., lake Ir. bul.' Coutilh a.' rup at

re-' Tm. nat LitmI f eek.
LrmLz RocK. March 22. -Capron an4
Dcambcrg aivided the honors o
Wednesday. Bennett's colt negotiated
asaul in 1:44t. with Crowhurst up.
qaite hanoiy, white Stanhop'es son of
iver worked tL. mile in exactly the
same time. but somewhat more im-
pressively. Another good work was
that by Miss Beanett, the Russell filly
of the Bennett esab.e. who went the
half in 49;j The S:r Dixon and In-
spector coose of the same stab.e worked
halves in 60
overesur Ot.te Withdlrw.w..
MovroomzaT. Ala., March 22.-Ez-
Governor Oates has withdrawn from
the race for United States senator, thus
leavisg the contest between Morgan
and JobeteoM. General Oate says he
enamet afford to imperil Morgan's elec-
tses by remaining n the field
IRgmease Rallreoat Deal.
COLgMxA, & C. March 22.-Rumort
are in cariomlaom here that the old
Three C's railroad will at an early date
aW nto the bands of the seaboard Air

Cataiblam Troope Arrilve.
MoTrKAL.* Maroh 21 -The steamer
Milwaukee with the last of the Second
Osanada contingent. composed of To-
ronto, Kingston and Montreal mounted
rflee, has arrived at Cape Town.
Klevator V.8ie ?i .*** ~sorhee.
Nzw Yonr. March 22.-One of the
elevator* a the 7-storv factory building.
T7 ,Cetre street, broke is cable today
and fell seven stories, injuring three of
its oocapants.
"Fortune f ivor- t!- h.-.'" I- '
;l-i fevor thle- to -,t -- wh.> yi frfv
!heir blood at tt i. -;eapasoi liv taki g
Hood's SrsapIarilla.

A stc''ar *it :itl* 1.' 7., '.i" .' s:'v <'
onD one- of t;e Tr:i-an,: i: i~:ini l. *'.rs- ;:.
all opinolOIn ( tile..t ij.rt Iriii n per-
son In her" l.esition:i y iuIl.],ulitd!< v tio
1e res[. ct' il- i.'l< i::; t I (\ :t>l,,;t
s ensIckues'.-: lm.\lir t e-ryvl.dy i.s :i
little s!ak. but a gr,':it tii:a;iy I rIlv m eI ''I -
sons coulil .e l.s-. .i-k tiha:n itliey ire
If they w,'tm;l only Ie' car-ful f,.r a:
day or two lbe'fore i :.I y s.il I.,ts ,f
folks going ofl' to I i- ur So "s and lunatlhvI ions for t"wo or three
;>s becfor, thi, s ;n an:,l .'. '1s.ni ;:<
v ge y t the tImotion of tihe w:tV's, they
iv' really a liilin.s attack SoMi,'-
tin es whtn t!' (cro'-.in g is v'ry rouih
adi I liav. Ibeten a I:t lh c<:r'l,'ss In mal
diet I feel the motion myself. hut nev-
er when I take Ir,,>Ier ca-re. At tho
slightest dizzinests oar n;iuua I stop
eating anything at all for eight or ten
hours, and above all I never touch tea
at that tine. It Is the overnatinu
usually Iwfore they conem on lioarl
that makes all tl;e trouble."-New
Tork Post.
Am Overemutoei Wife.
An Incident or-aurre'ml at the redemp-
tlio bureau of tbe treasury which
ought to be a warning to wives. A
woman tIn New England placed $48 In
bank bills In the oven of the kitchen
stove in order to hide It from her hus-
band. She forgot to take It out. and In
the morning be kindled a hot fire and
reduced the money to a crisp before


his wife remembered where It was.
She picked up the ashes, enough to
half fill a wineglass. put them In a lit-
tle box and sent them down to Wash-
ington to be redeemed. The experts.
by the use of magnifying glasses. Iden-
tified the lhis to the amount of $,;31
and sent her that money. but it cost
her $12 to fool her husbhanl. nn,. she
will probably not try it again.-Chicago
Record.
Stop y of a Wave.
To be bound hand and fwot for
years by the chains- of die'sese i- the
worst form of sIlavcrv. (; orre D).
Williams. of Mtanch-es:er. Mich..
tells how such a -lave wa- Inade
free. He :,y.: "My wife has 1.eei
so thelpless for live y-mr-, thtt -t.e
could not turn over in b-d alone.
After ui-ing two bottle- of Electric
Hitters. .-he is wonderfully improved
ani able to do her own work." '1 hi-
supremte remedy for female* di.*t-*--
quickly cure-s it rvo nn- -lee..
liess,. melancholy, h-adiactie. h eti-
ache. fainting arnd (dizzy -pells. '1,' -
miracle working medicine ;- a ond-
-end to weak. iickly. run dil wn Ta'.-.
pl*. Every bottle gti:traIt'-ed. 4).,ly
7.iceate. fsold by W. A. D'.Al-.i
herte, Iriutt i-t.

Nothing xo sets oif al h ome
as handsome furniture.
.IMarston 4 Finct hare ani
immense stock for you. to se-
led from and they will sell
it to you on long time and


I R :aC.
(er Elly. 473 Maaus. to order
Am Ponna Christina, lr1, Axelsen, to
in Elsa A Havle. 5!,. ienson. to master
Am Hj l1mar. :). Axflon, to ma-ter
Pr bit rr. l;,3. taSiage, to John A Mer-
r.tt


CLEARED AND) dAJ LED FOR PEN-
mAct'ILA.
Pjiorizvn, Nor. -i-1 Manch.stv~r %march 7
Va-ron'a. br. t~h.beiiibridge. riabnitiu
Jlan I'1
Htudclatraaf.i-1. FHr.#'.%!. at H'artv. Jan :
-irUmdo.N oar. 13441. 1111elin 4~.r. Jan 1a;

!'ha. a. vinal. Hr. A14. WAatt, arri~ ,d IHot-

/.atzibar. Hr. hidammi waimses FOP'.
'AH 1. P-4
%1(i r 'Iu ',d::lac' J o m~
H oipt-tt ItRu-'. tiiswinM., a.-. I iPee 7 '
k'artha-im.me-Nor. 1:;5A. sid aiire't'iick Febhlit,
azlf NTaS a. I-.!(II Maraomli-% Jati 2vu
Aga mlh. Nor 1i 7. SIll Arivw..rp 1)"Cd140
#)1miaoabt to. A.'u ~ at1Itt ms i2
( h:-tlim.RUN.'.. at I:09I4"-101ma. Fa'b 3
l:-bliriiie.'.1- r 1 i.-liSE Imm0- ISoin Oct 14
Kantar Tanimbrk'.jeivar. Naar.%Ald, at Antwerp P

erratz. tiusl,,v. h~u-'. sbd(I I.,i ncorn March 7
Nov 2.0 near Por? mIio% "Ii
',.-r. Nat. %AInitd i'iolamaIle 11
Johali Isget'i-. NI,r. il1 r'itiancand Nov lat, P
lobanitia. Nor. '.I11Toizsblurg Da.' e ,
Lclui-. Hu-. N7. e. iti H hihi.rv' .li1
Marcoella. It.!.Id Hwaumurg. Nov L
0191w. ICU,. .m d LK a .im'--twad.
?4t@-Ila iV. It. WIl, St L&Pa 'ita. Nov I
Vailuta. Nor. -id 1,-!tIin i M i it
Virgmnift. It id .2.1 altmime I. ..2'


We hav, saved many doctor hills
since we began ust ing ('hamherlain'-
Cough Remedy in ,.ur hoine. \V,-
keep a bottle open all the ti:,i and
whieneverany of my fainily or tmy-
self begin to catch cold we blegian to
u-e the Cough Renaedy. and ias a re
suit we never have to send away for
a doctor and incur a large doctor
bill. for Chanmberlailn' Cough Rem-
edy never fail- to cure. it ia cer-
tainly a medicir'e of great m rit and
w,)rth.-D. S. MEARKI E, generall
Merchant and Farin-i. M attie, Red-
ford county. Pa. Forale by H-n-
nah Bros., 21' 2outh Palafox street.
"Morder will out Impurities in
the blood will l0-o he srer#- to Ihow
themselves unless expelled by
Hoou'a iarsaprnllia.
A Nice Outlook.


cneap ones, whichnever you
want, at Marston 4 Finch 's.

Try THE Nuws, 10 cents a week.


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MARITIME.I
as' a (_ "-u- ccs--, h-Ir -----
AnrseU sere w ti 1 eletUis mSeeiU eove -
Br ieh Mabel Darling. Ill. Roberts. Lun- :ag is dtys y f oamtluou splklfg be.
,nore Town.in bal llat to mat.or i.ialag April 1, fve days after the
fir sch Julia Elizabeth. a, weeting. Nas- Demooeatestte coret01im e14 & At
49U. t" m ir thee mseetingss every eadSte aO the
state ticket will be present and speak.
C.LKARI D.
Sir sc Iruula riett. 2114. 'noood, hy Gulf New Coesto Mill For Girard.
Tr insit co for Tampico. with r.' tons cattle Ala, March 2-Theold
valued at 11i,:-,, n51AM Ala.. Mareh 21--The old
-- machinery is being removed from the
AT QCARAWTINE. budding formerly used by the Chats,.
Nor hk Louss1. ,'l1. Lorent4en. London,.to hooohee Knitting company, preparatory
escul to putting in machbery for Giraid's
IIn ,HIPPIew cotton mill. This ew mill will
IlE SlHIPPING. employ about 159 hands, and will be
--- In operation early in the summer.
#I]gl"I4 05 I1 POK-
TuAK811POe Burghere Surrendering.
span Ernesto, *JO'. ormacchea, to W 8 LONDOS March 22.-Lord Roberts
Keyber a &o
hr Kipi)ilihamg 1i;.. Johnston. to Pensa- telegraphs from Bloemfontein under
cola Lumnber Co
f'r i1alopa, IaM.4. Burgess, to lPensacola date of March 21: "So many burghers
LumbrTorno. Penwil toG'Trn' Co have expressed a desire to surrender
T.r tr-ulx B.gt,-iti.CLae, e for ram- under me ternisof the latest agreement
pict that I have sent *mail columns in va.
4qwyPO rions directions to register their namess"
Ru, Columbus. 17.2'. Durchman. to W L
Wittic h oto DIscreeditd It is London.
Nor Patriarcb. ::: alversen. to H Hh t of
8t)tear3 LO~xDo, March 221-The report of
Aoc AInKs. General Gataere's defeat by the Boers
tAnel Accsnoe ,'*2, laretto, W L t- is not believed here. The last advices
<(er H.nih-im. 7,--. Bhnider. to Baarc. placed General Gatacre about 80 niiles
it r r-a:;r., i ,i:,Co-ta. to Baars. Dun-, north of Bethalis, where the Boer re-
N ody taro o port says he was defeated.
Nor Haros-a. Ee. .n-en. to1 H 11 Boyer
It tognatl. ..2. i'nutr.nolt-, to AoNaCO Opellka Mill Seeure a Site.
Nor a oncordma. '. iv.rs It Iut cuuIIm;, 1 a.,. I :ra-retta, to ordt r
Swt-d i!harwar i!. II.uhtrani'. to order ported that the Opelika cotton factory
-Nor Eit.Ir..:w-t. A ,it.:-r4-a:, i ,rn or
.%o'r I-:,*n t ... I mt- to order has purchased the necessary lands for
Nor t.int. s,'. l.ar--ar, t,, ovl.er the erection of the building. The site
Nor Hu. .'..*else-u to We Keysr & is near the Western railway in the
Nor India. *7. J.-n'.co. to Gulf Naval western part of the city.
store-'Co
Ii Itm,l. .-'. P,.datella. to ( Torre WIRE FENCING.
It Luigii* F. C..l.('atra-a. toW IbKeyser &
o, For the next )3 days A. J. Wat-
Nor d~.e' rzt '. 'ara kii,. will orderlr truainmental wire
luniwody \ io'
Nor Norm. i.t, M-ike! -- t, Pnsacola feIcingr ;t such low prices it will
Lumr Nor Ky- surprise everybody. You can have
set & Co>:wayu H..nTkbn, to a Kryd any kind, from 2 feet to 4 feet high;
Nor uean.5%,7,Tho:nmen. to ordor 4 or you can get the best and cheapest
Nior Perfect,,-'s{. Lnaren, tu W j Keyser Iron fencing of all kinds. When
it etoinvvors. HAU. Kozzo. to IRoeaseo Bros you desire fencing of aiv kind done
N. r-tigraid,54.H.iauan to eaiterPon. Doln leave your order at Win. Johnsown-&
Uig .& o Son's for me and you will save
Kuho mPrr117 Matten. to 1smars. noney and get first-class guaran-
It Trento. 10tW. Grdeall. to Baars, Dun- teed work. A. J. WATKINS.
wody a oo l3mlm.
Am Vedan Ii. T7,, Ecker, to E F Baun-
ders & Co
it n-zioan, w4,. Farral. toaare. Dun. Elegantbed roo sets, or
wody &AC o -o -


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SPRING GOODS.


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


We positively carry the largest an
most tasty line of TLsdies' Shirt Waist
in all colors and prices.



Our Stock is Immense!

(Conl' ,n ti>in.n am,1 Low Inri'-i,.


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


In Men's, Ladies' and Misses' Footwea
we are the Leaders.



M illinery,

Gelnts' FurnIi1,;1ain d n1d dlin1" h1la o,
Given Aw.


The finest and most complete line o
Carpets, Mattings, Curtains, Windoe
Shades, Etc.


Ton are Cortially Ilitel to Visit Cnr lammo0t Establisimei


We are Invincibles in Low Prices
This makes our Success.


Mail Orders Promptly Attended to.
Trade Discount of 5",, on all Cash Plurcha,-s.


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MAN i ACi rELS AMND' I AI* .i-' IN

7 B LUMBER, LATHS,

SATED CYPRESS SHINGLES--Kli-Driel Saps

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TRY TIE NEWa' WAIT COLU19


F. E. BRAWNER'S


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:WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED OU)tR


Spring Line of Up-to-Date Dress Goods,

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


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NOTICE.
'~,Ii% lho z' 1I%*-Kmn tilt cr. 21I -. I -
eiajim- or dt'-wit, d.:2- .ilnlI',h- t, tntat.'af
Hi I F ~i-ma.r !e --t-4!. ar. raut Iure-d toprta--
t nvn z ii %,,aI *~r,. E!i Vs.lIahrUn ry
'I X A.A. Iiiimi
I-\ -c,tr*! Iinf-. 'IIi ln la i- w.


27-inch Zephyr (;inrhams. our
price .......... ............... 12'.e
36-inch Spring Percales, our
price ..........................c* *
33-inch Very Shee r White Lawn.
our price...................... 8'.c
27-inch Check Nainsook, our
price .......................... .
:;,i-inch White and Colored
Pique. our price.............. loc
3ol inch White Corded Pique.omur
price ... ....................... 15v
30-inch Solid and White Duck,
our price ...................... l I1-
1 Yard-Wide Sea TI-and Cotton
a t ............................ ,, '


Calicoes


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Domestics


AT THE OLD PRICE.


No Advance


I Yard-Wide Fitchviile ille-trh-
ed. made hb L n-dale Co(',
w while it la is ................ 7',c
611 Pieces Late-r Calice at....... ii.
1', 4 Sheeting. H-avy. at........ 13 c
l-Ca-' Pahihun's (Ginzhamn,
W arraratad ....... .......... .
Ja -t r-c,.'ivel ;a full line- of Skir'-
aiid St- irt W ai-t. ur ;'r:! ar. Ith-
low,.-t.
PIar -tol Il ;aa!L,- ;at 7' 75.
f l..< and $a ",5.
I;t -.i e Irrilet.-c- i t P' r;- -,,i- in
late-t -hi>-are at 71 T." : Ki '2 ..
TI arrive during tr ,i w-,.k !I t,(
late-tstyles in Ldi--' ,i-id td.il.r I. -
Str4w Hats~ ,.d s t;ileor, ..-,, 1-,
rolls New Wring Mattinz- at 1'-".
14 and 2tpc per yard.


(- 105 S. Palafox Street,


YOURS FOR BARGAINS FROM NOW ON,

=- -Z A T.n-7-71 N _Za


No better Cigar for a au i
the money made-DUR-
HAM--at D'Alemberte's o 1WEj-PE ,IQC


1-OUSMIYSO


**oRriag- In British C..:.,,,-
OTTAWA,. March 22 -la --*
question pet by Lteutenan-
Prior. Mr. Fsher, minister o' a--
are, lass night stated IthA: :..-.
no cases of babonic piauet ,:1
Colombia. but there were at I. .
send. Wash and Ithrer r r.. r.
dian government wa& gI.- :
quarantine all vess.s :r. :,.-
Mou inI Iato *MI-p.p
SA. JA(I\To. Cs.l. M ir .
excitement prev.tii :*i.- 'r
covery that a tart rn f u
ta.n has ,lipp 'i Ilto a
cavern A territory c...v- r.:,.
at 4n elevation of 4.tx.) f :
lodged or ti'e recent -,:
has Sipped ,i50 feet *-r
prov'riously stood four C.etu: -.


To P1roeitii' lao.,
ATrLA&N4. MA!iCh
of the 40 applicants f, r i
Uve. pharmacy in Gear,; i.&
ful in the examinaIon !..'
macoutical board of Lj- ot.


ventioin of the yoan.. M.-
ISOClaiOO Will Mtee.
About %IjJ de~gatel w


SPECIAL NOTICES.


Oft 0Dl 4 WOq0D.


4|NVY Tip I.- \%. N .
! property A pp '. \ "- j I
Bulhlo n-.., Palaoxz -ti.
L OAN4 AT l. r r -
SvTFel:-Ar 4% e AI.W -
T4, %I:l' ',ti l'AR '.l.-. T ,
1T'IKIT In, PARFir-- 41 1%,
11.AM I-HEK. -.H, I, ,ao i
81 KE Rr.
IF Y(O WANT Too MORL. ,A *'.
niivayt money. insure tior | r :
cureahfracta tof title. bii ..r -
tate. rntL property ofai*t.1. ;
rents colleatel or your t .- ,"
(1call on or addrew Tb".. 5 %a *
Real Istat*end lmsurancr- a.:-
cola. rFa. Charge* moderras. !
who bhuv a lot from us w- w : a
with which to build a bou.-

F I'NI *H on ronr fleero : *r% '
PiVv roern r Intriiil.naci ,t I H
nor ilol;: r,.'d.
S lit i NT- '-- v,,r.- t[i ',,Ni .-
Sball. up-%tI lr.. *,'.rl- r iia' a
catr- : tn I."e iha nin'..,l !, .
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W ANTUP)-014beer oct11.. a..
I~JU 1V cA "r 1 a b 1%
M IBMV.LIK i'HIL for.,
N1mod hindormartoon ltui-
It& fifth term In the r~ead1wne,-,*
o.'r of Palaftux and Jaweh.t -
trance 01111Jackson, Terms L'i
all t
MALE AND VMtIkli.; K"H-
Corner ('batlested Coevail-.. a!
pares for col logo or best n.. iI H -
deli, principal. N ight term bto-dii.-


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MP.-141 d"Jlgin~eordrot f'Et
31i'lla Violette e X'rs-nt. :r,:.it.
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hU. Ault" (J53
& rhsl.r in fHair #4,,w,4t. Plot
As t li**a. If air o.il. o.tc.. 4'm 'A'W ..
strt.vt.

Room Mouldings
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DAILY


NEWS.


VOL. 30.


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 23. 1900.


NO. 42.


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


607, STEUNENBERG


ON WITNESS STAND

; * ,ars Before the Cuer

Aiene Commission.


FRICK AND CARNEGIE RELIEF OF MAFEKING THE POLITICAL WAI BRITISH REPULSED


REACH AGREEMENT


Their Differences Adjusted

and Suits Withdrawn.


A HOPELESS TASK


IN KENTUCKY


Boers Met and Drove Back Beckham and Taylor Each Have


Plumer's Forces.


An Army at Their Backs.


WITH HEAVY LOSS


MACHINISTS' STRIKE


IS ON IN CLEVELAND


Gatacre Meets Defeat at the Two Thousand Men Refuse to


Hands of Oliver.


Go to Work.


.- ,! OF WAR EXISTED GIGANTIC TRUST FORMED


SYNIAN QUITS MAFEKING LIANY MILLS SHUT DOWN


All C'oncermens In Wieb They Are In-
terestied Are )Merged Into On@- (,or-
poration %%lth (a Cpitial of $1-100,.


ATL ANTICCITY. Marn i L2.- -Uutir an


i tn.- 'or d'A.-ene in- agreement jumt siguedi, in co.-test be-
:. *t *I rUo caution. after tween Anarew Carnegio an i H. C.
Sn.m ;ny a.:nost uninter- Frick has been closed, the .aw suits are
: .:ve \e-rks. gave way to ordered stopped and an atnicab:e ar-


.:e-nenberg of liaho was


rangement has been made tbetwen- tho
twu steel ani Iron manufacturers by


'.e' ca..e-d to rebut the whi'.a cit only are the warring ele-
- .; .a .ave ieea made. Tae mients set at rest. but a great steel and


u [ was cniucted by J. C.
:i., of tue counne, fur the de-
.-:: ,r S:eunenburg readanumber
n.**ms received prior to the blow-
., toe Bunker Hill mime and
upT, to that event. On April StI
S.. ric Barbridge of the Banker Hill
..C telegraoned that an arned mob
.s *topped the Baaker Hai c -- trom
w rain and calling for protection to
:., property. He ai&o read many sle-
;'1us showing she steps takes tomasa-
alO nrder. The governor sngge-sed
* :tratioun f differesoees between the
-:5 Mr Borbridge stated that theae
,* nwring to arbitrate, aad agata
I 1 for protection.
Apra W, the day of the blowing up
.- i ne. governor Seumea berg said
e.ve &at loll7 o'clock that maormain
;,,'hI fI, m Mr. Burbridge etaUaig
U. tre minere of Canyos Oreek
,IU oft and were coming toward
.. 'r t mineusi'e the Bunker Hill
'hti was accomoianied by an-
P* :uAet for protection. Other
-. .;La were received. first stating
armed force had taken posse*-
'lie railway tracks at Wardner
-n statiir that the rioters had
tbe B uicsr Hlil anii.; that
i piacetr dynamite under the
'. t.,at It would be b.own un.
i' &n.; A.,i tleegrapued Iina
A eLr luat tte i.iiil wa& bl wna
; v.:ig itoo ravity of the siuti-
..tr tie goveru >r Sai d be sent a
'. the ir--idertt for feiar.,i.
I i ta, ir-a,. were at6ent in
r a .1 he nhad l.on i:.
ucr d Aene exe:tement.
.: : to g:o in pI ereo tie
:u' tv the cetue of dis-
\- -. Mr S.nwastr te.e-
.'.* .-'in: tuat the pres:de:it
: .- i tra ,i) from tLe near-
l. ie a.so tearegrai>he
. r auaiuy investigated
ia rtial saw; that nine
." s;/. favored martia.t
S" ..' m ariinietratlon of
S,'A- :Tar ., that people were
*-..v and that masked tn-n
r*, atiout tue town terror-
Scranm *bowing the ex.
v ,,muts from day to day.
S.. th.e p'op.e, the making
a I the proclamation of the
*- r wore read On tnoe informima-
% v ,-rnor said he had his own
:.o .: affair* for six years. in-
Sr-'-ate, outrage. with appar-
I to apprehend the guilty
I ,oasi tered a stale of war
".i .', reve.1.on existed ast the
S* .ldissnrbauces..


-NI:BRASKA


PLATFORM.


S I -..amn Tyeo It Has No Boear
oi pn Plary policy.
. Maroh 22 Speaking
'- rakoli platform Senator Till-
*&wasi built to suit the exi-
.- tn.j party mi Nebraska. and
-i t, be binding on the party
.it; >na. campaign. On the
a1i,. it was a pretty good
Satf irm. but there to not the
* : uL-:er of the objectionable
.* - .: incorporated in the nas
T"in.
m san saidi that Mr. Bryan
-.rtry wel. what the wishes
S nt l.e of the Democracy
,, wi!: govern himself ac-

ai l-or (hsttnnongs..
.' March "!*' -J Bukof-
r and Adolpa Mathis of
S:I \VW B Davia ot Lenier
*-rt Wolfheim of Be.lfon-
;'nrchased tae larze
a i' 'ttanooga. erecteli
for a snoe factory.
:iz it for a Lbo;ery manu
u:U grade hostery wi.l
r i Tne capital stock of


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11-f h i spl. i !,:,!
: aI w ill a :1 *
. a r! Il.- t f. l! '..
L.iv r. Ki dnK'.v- aL
,f order. If
a.nJ I h
-* l i KI:s."'- Na'p I. :'
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-'.:" re at all Prices.
S lit:I5.:l n til t;tM -
,li- t'i, l i'f 1. *tlr i
iltt lart-id b.,:,rd-.
.' .1sil1 d:" .w f a
-al.- .tAid table Vtr-
\ 'i,i: tilcinl at t). M1
-. r- ur:.iinreo HOu-".


iron corporation ha, been formed mat
wiil De far reaching in iti influence and
nave a capital ot over $.U00,u ,00.U.
This result has been reached as tioe out-
come of a personal conuterence between
Mr. Frick and Mr. Carnegie. wuich
continued for two days and which
finally culminated in the signing of an
agreement for tiemuelves and their
irmends and those allied in business with
them. Taoe agreement covers not only
all the pointe of difference between
them, bus asmo takes in all the allied
companies in which they were individ.
ually interested
All the points as issue were discussed
with tra kness. Mr. Oarnegie was
able to convince his former par nee that
he had no unfriendly spirit, a-d that
there were tme most cogentreasons why
they should wori together in harmony.
Tnat the conference resulted in toe
most friendly relations between the two
men may be in'erred fionm tne fact that
they went to New York together and
that all traces uf Latterness nad disap-
peared.
A practical agreement was reached
Monday n:gut and arrangements made
for anotnrr meeting Tuesday. Ine
meeting was a uong and interesting one.
When at nist this agreemilnt was
reamced It was forni.s;lv drawn no and
Sgineri for a.i tne mrtacnolder.-r in mete
c,)n.-eru. wh were represented in tne
imtanu .g. These were the two iLainu
p ;ants:
S.rst. that ail ,a fferencqs he settle
andi ali litiigati n be ~stapred at once;
seron.l. t1l6at ai pret n, at-i-m not onmy
!()r tne tirtius wani-n were :u litigation.
,ut a so ior a:I their individua. hold
.ing- In a utsi le cam-anies. agreed that
a*. ttie-e allies r am.uanies. of whatever
i.nd andl uiatur-. hunid ie coximbined
.n one c<.i:(. i:.,i tc n'E'-rn ani ,ut under
ttIt nianiagem-'int of raitiou. incorp,,rated utiier trio ;aw o:.
New Jer-ev. witn a cipital of $.u,oU00.-.
t '00 How tar rea'-ting tnee agree-
ilenu-, are is sbhon by tne fact that
tti#y cover not ouiy tne Carnegie Steel
comupauy, with its t0 oiu.0Jo o; paid in
apitia!, but also the coal mines, the
tihet ofi boats on the great lakes. the
ir,-n itnesB. the railroads the transpor-
talou ,les. the iameunse coal fleldeand
the coke interests, and. in addition to
these, many other interests in subsildi-
ary companies, which have their organ.
izations, which have thearexisteuce and
draw their support from these primary
organizations. All these are merged
into one collosal corporation. The de-
tails of corporation were agreed upon
and the stock in the new corporation
that should be taken by each of the
companies in exchange for their hold-
ings were settled.
The charter of the new corporation
is to be drawn within a few days. and
as soon as the neceniar paper- can be
prepared the incorporation wtil be com-
pleted.
VOLNEY V. ASHFORD DEAD.
Was One* L-'r*l tAdvrsr of the ll .
wellam Tbrose.
OAKLAND. CaL. March 22 -Volney
V Ashford, formerly a prominent po-
litical agitator and revolutionist, is
dead at his residence in this city. He
had been ill some time He was legal
adviser to the Hawaiian crown for
many year.
After the dethronement of Queen
Lithukalana he was prominently identi-
fied with the movement to restore the
monarchy. He was sentenced to one
vear's imnrisonment,. but was pardoned
on condition that no wound leave the
coun try.
telb-r Khi I Puls ls(tp leIn-.
MI:'nntp, March 22 L:eber Kahi
has oeen thrown out of temporary train-
ing and J W. Schorr professes to be-
lieve tear the 1&. derby winner will
nor face the starter fotr soie time. J.
C. Craven t'Croiaier asso pulled up lame
yesteriar after tbeitn. breeze I E iza-
beth Klein. in.- i;i-t favor ot tthe
present iay ic.!. '.. a-.es f, r l'ennessee
Uak- honatrs. %as 's n1 l ,-:rc.e of the
tra k yesterday in 1.4' E Inu the after-
noon streamier ani \t H Sverton nego-
ti tt (-erton tlniLe ea tIitit' gO.u by rccupne
ul ,engtul.
Tat t1''II- A i 1 .. *,.. r..' .,,, *'. 1 i:.. '* ;1-

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Penssulla, Fla.


Allegd Tl hat I'ree *4etasaI Are Pla)- Sergeant Golden Arrives at l-'rar ktorr


ing a Shrewd Game and Are Sur-
rendering Only Is.fe ior. Worthlet-
Arnsi. ILeaining 'llieir M.lauers
1. ri Future 1i's.
LoxiNs, .1March 2:1-A di-patch
fr In IIullwanta .iv e- bri-f detail- of
(H,.ii. Pi'lain r's .li;aprii ttoii;wnt in his,
attse-Ipt to asiarlc to the:- rt-lie-f of
M :t f,'kin1:.
Monday., (Gfen. Plunlivr%' advanced
giiuard. under C(ol. Bodle, did not
quite reach Pit-anui. lfor they l-arned
in time that it was occupied by a
-troln force of B.ors. The-y there-
fore foriti-d a camp -ix miill. south
o! Lobatsi.
on the 15th the Boer- attacked
Hodle and drove him back on Lo-
batsi. on Friday, after a re-d hot ar-
tillery duel, (Geb. Plumner retired
north under coverof darkness.going
presumably to Crocodile point.
The relief of Mafeking seem-e far-
ther off now than ever.
A dispatch to the Times from
S1.ringfontein says that the present
temper of the Free Staters in the
territory occupied by the British
should be accepted with caution.
They were aMtonished at the rapid-
ity of the British invasion, but there
is strong evidence that their attitude
is somewhat fictitious. In view of
the large proportion of inferior weap-
ons tendered for surrender, the inm-
prle-ion presents itself that the bur-
hlers are following the tactics of
Afridi- tiunder similar circumns-tancees.
Thls lact is moire .-igitflcant since it
is known how completely the Boer-
atlet ailtmed with M.lauser-. uone of
which are being -urrendered.
A Blot-nifointtein dispatch say y i; is
all.jFd that President Kruier has
p'ioclaileld to the 1iHoerp that En14-
1:td( is iu dire strait- and that tm;e
lti-siani have occupied Lodoln.
Nw so coal iii- froi Pr-toriat h:.-
t! way of lorenzo Marqu-z that
tih- lItur women at Pretoria in-i-at
thi:t thi British ollicers. !held ti-lre
*:' pi-rnirs o-f war. -hall he:-.iot
l'T!i-\ d..'l:ar, that the- Briti-h victvo-
rni **:in onliy hle :tv.-n -bd by exe(t I-
1aio; -Il th.l red coat-. 1The, wmat-n
SI: it ; 1 lLid n r ,li ra in. *i I of Iini iii
11n I bla;i, i nInie tr* ijs ip" t lit MlIonl-tr;a-
tion- i-.:r the i -tro, t olil in w li, !
: !,*" c't,it; Vcs' :>it+ k-i~t


A VERDICT FOR


PLAINTIFF.


-l10w His CIonfesslin War cured
-Cahgdernan and Colliler Will Each


H i,4 I'r t,9NA r A (1v ssta r Iun -To w rq
L it i-().gm,1 llo"l100111igmud


Ylsdeavqor to Kee! )Peac -Hot: firpukl'.et. lies N. Nar Plthugo AG


times Ahead.
FAANKFORT, Ky., March 2.--The
day set for the examination of their
four republicans charged with com-
plicity.in the awstassination of (o v-
ernor Goebel finds two hostile ar-
tiies on the ground.
Gov. Ieckbam has 2m)j soldiers and
armed deputies and Gov. Taylor has
2.-0 of the regular militia.
(ergeant Golden arrived in Frank-


ter s lBrIsk iE:acouuter.
F:;:::: >,i. MArrch .2.-The Boers, led
by Genez.il Uliver, have engaged the
Britimh troipt under General Gatacre in
tie vicin.'y of Bethuen, repulsing the
Britise, who have lost many men.
Lurghers are arriving here in great
numnlers. Geueral DeWee has arrived.
Desultory inrug with CJlonel Puam-
mer's co'.uma has occurred noar Gab-
erones.


fort last night, just after midnight, SYNMAN QUITS MAFEKING.
coming from Lexington itn a cj'- -- ---
riage. l1. IN i" n i*i'- IUlr..r> t Towsrd L i-
He was taken to the court house b4,.*- L'.gaons*ment at Plu.tteu.
thus and privately smuggled in L Ks-BATsI. March ;2.-The Boers, un-
through fear that an attempt would der Cou ausndant Syuman. are advano-
be made to waylay him.
It was learned this morning how mug ia Iurce rom Mafeking toward Loe-
Golden came to confess. It seems batst.
that it was discovered some time Coloael Bodle made a reconnoissance
ago that he accompanied Powers to on March 13 and found Platzniand Pol.
Louisville on the morning of the o u o t -
assassination. Taking this clue the trhgo occupied by the Boer. He r*-
deteetives secured further informa- turned to Goode Siding and made a
tion about him and he was notified demonstration on March 14. He found
through a third party that the facts the Boers in strength at a sharp curve
were known and it is &us-erted that in tne railway. They had mounted a
he then concluded to make a clean gun on thn ntue and were lying in wait
breast of his connection with the as- ror the construction train.
-assination, his story involving a A brihk tiring occurred a few miles
number of persons it, general and aoutn or L .suatsl on the morning of
Powers ill particular. Marcu 1,. Tae Boer-' Maxim was freely
IOUtiSViI.LE, Ky., March z3.--(en. uedi. Colonel Bodte came in touch
Castleaian, who arrived from Frank- witn the B)ers just in time to prevent
fort last night, says that the civil tue camp from being surprisedl. Tue
authorities have ant ample force to B aers atlace-,l the advance party and
maintain peace. Every preparation i p, ure'd a lew hoies oi amnuiinitino
has been i;tlde to that 'tid. If inot ana( neat'i! secured a Maxim L euten-
able to do -o.. he says he- and Genm. .nit Ty.er was Kwsi.ld and IL:eutenant
('ollier I-Wve an uutlde-rstanding for L'iaaptllia. captured Colon:el a b.e
c.'o-opf-r ati ,ll. .*on(iizn up ipa, aini Baers to flight wish


The striking Macheniast.
('i.EVE Ni,. March 23.-A l.ir.ely
attetded atd enthusiastic i mtetilng
of te -trikit ng machini-ists was heild
tlii- niartiiitt. A cording to ret-po:tv
rieroiv d. miore i* l n are o it t o-,aIy
thanL thlr- were yv-sterday. It 1-
.l ti:ii-d th.it tif-re are no lt -s than
].i i ,b t-t..

( "trO u ( alltllllil>| s.
N )i:'. \ itK. March 2! ;.-C'otto11
ai aI, t -l to,-day as fas ilow-: Mi'yl .
9:T :-a: A i.'ui-t. t0.17 ; S,'ptniiibfr. '-, I 4 :
Jaisn .ry. 7 :4.


Deavy iia.
On Marca i the Bor" pressed closely
,)i k").4aa0 lP.u'miier's imtin cain u ;id
kept u.p it o: tire with a MaxIm, killing
one wstve nimAn anild oue native. They
plaied, tae al.x;m an-i a 1.V., pounder
on a li.il on the east side of me line,
4U,.)J yar is romn tiio camp
T'i'e Britisi rigut is protected by
('cniof Batamen. wne has wrrue i the
B air, nat to entor ia1 territory.
1: is reported tai.t th,' burghers are
a-nud utu.z inmo enviram:uants, leaving
only a utlji lent numb-ar of artiaieriste
to inan tne ing guas. There are none
at Ra-atliath attina. whore they were
suntioedl to have their base.
Dyuainite explosions, wrecking the
railway, are proceeding south of Loa-
batLi.
FEARS ARE ENTERTAINED


That Puisaininnr Will Not liHe Able to
Ie-ach 31tfl-nltag.
LOND,-a. March 2-2.-The reports of
skirmishing near Loebatti, while ap.
' parently not inflicting any serious loss
on Colonel Plummer's columns, cause
grave anxiety here in regard to his abil-
ity to reach Mafeking.
Further news from that quarter is
anxiously awaited, for in the six days
that have elapsed sinoe the last mes-
eages were sent off a serious engage-
ment might have occurred, but not of
Plummer's seeking.
The Boers seem determined not to
give up their prey at Mafeking without
a fierce struggle.



WAS INSPIRED BY SALISBURY.
Reported That British Premler Sug.
tested Amerlo e Interventloe.
WAsrItv roTo, March 22 -The Repub-
lican administration is not a little dis-
turbed by the latest suggestion concern-
ing its international diplomacy, a sug.
gestion that comes direct from London.
This is that the recent action of the
president in suggesting to Lord Salis-
bury the possibility of "intervention"
in South Africa was in reality inspired
by the British foreign office, and that
it is another evidence of the close rela-
tionship existing between tne politicians
in control of the two governments.
Netherlannds i)-elneo to Internede.
THn HA.oT'e. March :2 -After more
di'lberiat'o, the government has re.
p rredi a rep.y to Presileiuts Steyn and
Kruger rBre:tting ntltt i; was unab.e to
c):irpy w: a: their request ;'.r tluerv.n-
tion in nt s.,lt' Atr; ,-.ti war atft-r tit e
fortmar i de, ira-:oui ',tf tti ritisa gov.
erUmenut ;i(at Ilutrv_ tioa, %, .d Uot
be accupti ll".
I r',.- Ia.tl-re it-siare, to I) .rms.
A:.',::!-n. March *-2.-i' anar..,-i lant
O:lvit-r leli Sa..anti il two Iju -", 7 I"(,-re
the Britiu s(cou's arriv,-d. 11. on.v
succeeded :u inducing at-,ut a. en ta
accompa'iv :.rn. mostsv insurgent r.
,n:,tl. 'tn- Freeo .S'at-rs refuse'l t
wito num atnd are re'u:;ning t,) tfL
farms.


Don't Pay $40 and $50
f.kr SiMwi %, A' HI.S ** *, y
ran bt;y t!' i -t t;i'r-t w:i'h : t :.
l.it.- it-nra1vt^ten t- itt (I M l'"'.",i "-
B 'or::*in FtF ru itnurc H .uii- f,,i fri,ra ,
sit. ta, ;, r. (oir houtsf- l.,,1dl furniture'
I- e- ;ially s ch a:. Call tir.a; ',,'
the big -t, ck.


More I h.tn Peitty Firns, All eted by
th- Iroubi --U on oOf Uncere Will
3lisk- r.kS- (fG-ie.ral 'Unless Theire
i)* iss siiletAr*. Aretded To.
CI-:.vii.A,. March 22 -After voting
for over tour hours in secret session at
2 o'clock this morning l,Lo machinists
of Cljveiand. bota union and nonunion
wen, un.anuiuoudly dec arid a strike.
In acerdance wita th i decisioU reached
at tatu meeting, tie inachinist em-
tiloyed in more than 0W establishments
laid down their tools at %I o'clock bis
mnoruing. It is stated that soout 2.000
men aret out, including union and noa-
an on men.
Mnaonii the strike continue for a few
.Jay several tuonssad auditiouai mea
in otrer trades dependent on the ma-
cnbnists will become idle. Tue strikers
declare they wail remain firm for a
s-hour day.
President McDonail of the mechamaic
ha issued toe following statements:
"If t she 0-hour day is not granted by
the employers of machtiaint throughout
the country by April i there wall he
general strike involving W0.000 machi-s
isis aud not a wheel will be turned *a-
til that coouession is made. Tne strihee
now in operation in Chicago. Olevelmad,
Columbus and other caicos, have so far
enoouraged the machinists of she Uaiwed
States to make a general demand for a
i hour day and unoles the present strike
is speedily adjusted. is will be very hard
to prevent a general movement.
"Telegrams are pouring in from all
sections of the country asking permit*
don to make the strike general and If
the officers ot the National Metal Trad-e
assenoiay can be induced to meet na in
a spirit of fairness. without impoesag
naireasonable conditions to their propo-
Sitiion, a general strike can be averted.
SIf tme employes, however, nleist that
aii these strike, mass be dloclared off
for a conference before they woul4
consider thea propoitionu of arbitration
r.u anic.iab e asijustinent cannot be
louoed for
Pre-iient )'.oannell left here for
Err. 1Pi. where tie exipecs to confer
with President 6allon of the National
Metal Trades association with a view so
bringing about a beetiument of the
strike.
3,mnifnlletarrs Will Rls,.f.
New YO!tK. March 22.-The threat of


western leader of organized labor to
tie up inachie shops throughout the
country on account o' the -ticur day.
uas had soca weight with the local
nimembers of tho Nattonal Metal Trades
association as to caune them to take Im-
mediate steps toward organization. The
new organization, when completed, will
inc.udo tne machine manufacturers of
this city and adjacent towns.
F'o, Over Fifty Wears.


MaRS. WINs.lOW's MO.,TiHNI HMiv rI ass
been used for over fifty years by millions of
motbere for their childre-n while teetlhing.
s with pvrfoct Huccess. It soothes the child
softens the gum'. allaysall pain.cureswind
colic., and i1 the best remndy for Diarrbea.
It will rvilleve the poor little PuffY-r.r Im-
mediately. dold by lDruggist@ itn every
part of the world. Twenty-Ive. c-int a bol-
tie. Be stureandask for *Mrs. Win*luw's
Soothing Syrup." and take no other kind.


Will Meet June 1).
JACKSONVILLIa Fla., March 2x-The
Democratic s ate executive commiltes
met here ast Hotel Rathbun today and"
after a brief disaosetao aamed Juae 10
as the date of the state conveotioR o~'
Jacksonuille as the place
('olion Makes Denlal.
FRANKFORT. Ky.. March I* -Am a*s
theorized statement of Colomel David 4.
Colson has been given out in whtoieh
is stated that he know nothing of she
alleged confession of Sergeant F. W.r
Golden or Berry Howard.
Bank of EMlasmal's Prillts.
LoDo.o,. March 22--At tbe general
court of toe Bank of England the pw-
ernor announced that the profits for si
months ending Feb. 2j were 736, 14
and a dividend of 5 per cent was de-
clared.
Ilrala Wrecker Arrested.
H'IPKI.NSVII.LE. Ky.. March 22,-Dc-
tective Frisz this morningarrested Tom
McCaimn, a negro. on a charge of at-
tempting to wreck a Louisville and
Nashviile train. Uther arrests will fol-
low.
l'l'l I v A.-H. h Trr.K;i 'ir-- di--
f-:ja-.- ,af thu kili,' v-. .I ,sIn-.- :ain'l
-tr- lts ,th, t;e. liver -t.,ta 't, h and
how -. I-.nt -s l. t.y ianntah liro,-.

't1, "are Sole AArenti For
K',- r & Aill'iaaii. (Ct l. M. N.
IK-li a, .sat.i ('l.va ,sttl W all Pupa-r
- a. I i '- W .tll PiP,-rs F'ull iani
f .- J..-. . E. I .. -- & 'a. No 11
PS. !I f )X l' I, ,r . |' -t f

Your Credit is Good
For stything i>i ,,ua i,,,-,. \V'- [;iva
a larne- a--'>rriarie-st ,f ('oiata' -. Bed
.alisa i -. Tl'a ,-t .'-t an ;isd lI 'lerotiil
ui: te--. IraiC l;-d-t.;,ds at 51 U .
r M. PI tP.R'S
B.,r^'-i:; I-'uriiitur,- Hlu-'i .


DURHAM Cigars have
no equal. For sale at
D'Alemberte's.


ATI-NTA, March v. -The jury in the
case of Girovanui Ferriaro against IH II.
Smith s. Co before Judge 11 M Reid
in the first division of the city court,
found for the p:aint:ff Toe verdict
was for $3.5U0 principal, ls)9t 12 inter-
set and $9 protest tee, making a total of
$3. 508 12
The plaintiff is a resident of Milan,
Italy, and he alleged that A. N. Ivan-
cich, residing in Anstia, near the Ital-
ian border, was a partner of H If
Smith. It was charged that Ivancica
had borrowed $3.000 from Ferranio.
giving him three promissory notes, all
signed H. H. Smith & Co.
Ratlroes.l 1aNi (eonlimagc South.
MEMri:'1s. March 22.-A notable party
will arrive in Memphis Friday morning
over the Illinois Central. The party
will consist of locomotive engineers
from the New York Central railroad
system. and together with their fam-
ilies will make a party of about 110 peo-
p:e. They left Buffalo. March 20. on a
special train. They are on a pleasure
trip through the south and far west.
Atlanta 1. x'li IMachine Works.
ATLANTA. March 22.-Secretary T. H.
Martin of the Atlanta Business Men's
league has issued a lengthy prospectus
setting forth in detail the plan to estab.
lish here a plant for the manufacture
of textile machinery. Of the $100,000
necessary to be raised in Atlanta in or-
der to secure the location of the plant
in this city. more than half the amount
has already been subscribed.
South Caroliesa E sterprlse.
Cti.i miu S. C., March 22.-The
Charieston Savings institution has filed
notice with the secretary of state of the
increase of its capital from 310,000 to
t o .O A comnlmisr~-o has been Is-
sut1 t, the nCo.nuinoiIt Paper comnparty of
tiia 4 C;tv. I"J', C OILnatLV pr,).-> I.s9 to
(de ai ia T p-r and pip-:- gaooiS arid aou.
til; 'a :i zt:: iiihograpiu.; aual
Llninl!g l.u'iness.
-. 'a -f 1. -- ta'- J w !.
: : *.r ta' I iiaii :sh iit -ixtty
v- ,ir- ;a_ ,'t ': w lnj ;.'- a; pop -
i i i' i" 1 i, -I!l-,l by :s;;y at! n-I tla'dti-
t"i". t'ar i !: c 'ir.- of a :; '. -, t;erv.
aI-..-- :l;,: hoi- r ,.aalll,.ttlslil. *e .ton t. -
is v -. -c- :-. lirnI -. e '.. it i-
wi: a,,i" ,ii i nI al. Sold by all dir:.
ANii-t A sibvstitit' -. ti -re' i-
ait ',,n Pain-Killa I. ]'.-:ry Davi.'.
PtI' w' :2,1c. and 5)>c.

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


Rlural F'r-ee ilal i)-livery Along the
(Georgias Star flai'r-.
Wal'IINU.TONX. March 2'2 -Rural free
mail juoivery will soon be established
in Georgia.
The -second assistant postmaster gen-
eral, in a letter sent to tho members of
the Georgia delegation, has asked if
they desired tate service in their dis-
tricts. and they have noticed him that
they aid. Tuo new serrtace s scheduled
to go into effect July 1. Under it the
carriers delivering the mails along what
are known as the star routes will be re-
quired to deposit the mail of patrons in
sucn mail boxes as they may provide
asong tne route.
Thisn new plan will carry the benefits
of tree delivery to a large portion of the
lODisooe 111 the country and i1 a long
striale tward a complete iree delivery
system.
DR. HUNTER M'GUIRE ILL.
Sura--1n \s heI A snptat stld Jyeeklon's
Arms. tr11ikesII Wi h loresiyia..
Ric('im %',t), March 22 -Dr. Hunter
McGuire. the chief surgeon of Stone-
wall Jockson's staff during the war.
and one of mte best known physicians
and surgeons ain tbe south, ass been
szakaul wita raraly as and hie :ondi-
lion is alarming Dr. McGarre is G
years old and his health na. oeun fail-
ing for several years Hs present at-
tacK came upon hinm whil-' driving from
his home to mat pr.vaoe auspstal Ia this
city.
Dr. M'1-(u:re amputated Jackson's
arm after ton latter was wounded at
Cuanceliorsvilie. anal was with the
great commander when he died at
Guinesa station )
News' ll l itlsi La ; n1as -r (1almptisy.
R1iti.roH. March :2.-A charter has
been granted to the Southern Sawmill
and Luamber company, principal offices
in Phiaidelphia and Lumberton, N. C..
capital $5>uO.,000; owners, the Atlantic
Seaboar.i comDunyr of Philadelphia. It
wit! buy timber land and operate saw-
muls in iRobson and other southern
counties in Nortm Carolina.
(raig Law I 1'Ucoinstltutlonal.
4LEI.-H, Marca 22.-Superior Court
Judge Timberlake has decided the Craig
law unconstitutional. Tnis is the law
enacted last year by the legislature as
an attempt to prevent the transfer of
cases from state to federal courts The
case now comes on appeal to the su-
preme court, which, it in believed, will
sustain the court below.
Dr. Ball's ('ouh Syrup ur sany eale of bros
chitis, lungr afft-ction anil r sop,. P'y-.i
clans pre-cri'ne Ltb-lh relishl- remedy. ari
dlrugel-t% reco I" in'l it: -a ';,"- it :i 'V;'
fails to cure, und costs but:. c-'ssits a bottl-


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!16".( (mv, if- l~ull -(;IV-@ list..
I 4r mawl If Ja (t L;i For Fe-d-


An i..terestsg sait la ithe Atlauti. TO BE INAUGURATtD JULY I.
(lay 'ourt. .


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2 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 1900.


Perlect Health.
Keep the system in perfect or-
der by the occasional use of
Tutt's Liver Pills. They reg-
ulate the bowels and produce
A Vigorous Body.
For sick headache, malaria, bil-


WoIMe to Applar et Wlte .s
CORBIX. Ky., March 32.-Jeff Reem
of Knox county has summoned as wift
aesses an the Goebel murder case Mises
Ella Smith. Jane Oarron and Lizzie
Mathews ot BarDuurlville, who are al.
leged to have heard John Powers make
the remark that if some one did not kill
Gosbel be would Tuer will go to
Fransfcrt to appear as witnesses against
Powers.


iousness, constipation and kin- i: c-iverr Appointed.
dred diseases, an absolute cure NwW YORK. March 22.-Justice Bs-
TUTT'S Li ver *P lS choff of the supreme court has ap.
pointed J. Hampden Dougherty re.-
.-.. csiver for D. App'eton & Co., publish-
n O-r -~ era, on toe application of Daniel Pritch-
-MsksOver" a nt. ard. a stockholder. The bond of the re-
A Corry woman, who could not af- ceiver was tixed at $150.000. The lia.
ford a new .O5 hat. visitetl a millinery btiittes are $1.110.000. The assets con.
stowr. Iaw the late styles, went home. sai of stock and outstanding accounts.
pounded her old hat for half an hour
wthb a rolling pin. stuck a f.aither Arkenssas gubernatorial Contest.
through the land and went to church LITTLE ROCK, Mirch 22.-Colonel
the next Sunday the envy of all the John C. Fletcher has announced that
women in the town.-Erie Dispatch. he would withdraw from the gobern.-


Orltemallty.
Original things are not always good.
The bept that any writer can do Is to
abserb faets and similes as a cow does
grass-then give as good a quality of
be milk of common sense as possible.-
New York Journal.
MPLOYMKENT OFFICE.
Ring up 382 or call at the office.
11 North Palafox street, when in
need of a carpenter. B. D. Hoffman,
Business Agent of the Carpenter's
and Joiners' Union, will furnish you
with the desired help on short no-
tice. n25tf


A


0


Fuel Gas




Alphabet!

^ S-


wafi an ANCIENT who ued
to burn wood.
i. for BILLS that lie paid
when le could.
was the COAL that he after-
wards bought.
Is the DIRT and DUST that it
brought.
is the EVIL these things
brought to pass.
was his FOILLY in not uting
gas.
is the GAS George used in hii
tore.
is the HEIGHT of joy gas
brought to his hom1e.
i. tlit INDIAN: lihe doesn't
use iAU.
cannot use it, for J s the
JACKASS.
is the KITCHEN where GAS
is the fuel.
is the LAUNDRY. they'er
both of 'em cool.
is the MONEY, saved by a
Gas Range.
is for NOW, the best time for
a change.
is the OFFER the Comnpany
makes.
is the PROFIT, d(< 't make a
mistake.
i- for QUESTION: no ques-
tion at aill'.
is th- RANG(E y',u ioltluld
buy before Fall.
is the SAVING yoJ i.iak<., if
you do.
is the TIME and TROUBLE
saved, too.
is thle I'NION of Comfort
and thrift.
is VEXATION, now cut it
adiift.
ia WISDOM in having iin
change


torial contest of Arkansas. This leaves
Speaker A. F. Vandeventer and Attor-
ney General Davis in the field. Davis
has carried every county so far and
from present indications will win in all
of the 7b counties of the state.
Oh. (Goodmea Gtacions!m
"I shall nevab speak to him again, so
theah:" exclaimed \yoiingI Mr. Sissy.
"Who. death boy?" asked Sappington.
"That howwid fellah P'epper. Met him
lawst night at Tom Blugore's smokah.
alloww d' do?' said I quite politely. 'Jove:
said he. 'You heahb? I thought this was
a stag affair.' "-Philadelphia I'ress.
HIs Strong I'olnt.
I like thc s9if cone ited nain.,
IU' iman A!,,) thinks h, knxtWs
As nit ii -s any nirital canri
And so look dowin on thL-.
\Vh change to pa's along his way-
tr.o thinks he occuplei
Ani enineince hereunto they
MXy Uicer hi.pe to rise.
I like Iim since be never cares
i t.at those aruunld him Fa ;
le f n:(dl-tS not with their affairs
Who 'a- him on thec av.
Full of hi'.. If, be las no time
To satch hiis fellow Fl.an;
He has noi Li ks for thoue who climb
Or do the Lest t), y tan.
-(-lica.: Timt-s-liral-l.
Not Iil D One.
Johnny looking oyver her shoulderr)-
You'ive writtn "'devil"'' with a little "'d."
That isn't right.
Kitty-\Vhliy not?
Johinny-lI';1ii oti;uht to I';Wgin with a cajlital.
Kitty-lt:t "d-\il" is a very improper
nai.ne.-C.'hi'igo T'i btilanc.
Too Bad.
Sh-. n.it c- t! at r-. illtati, a-,J ti.e'd a,,cked a
pe n "I',a, t .'
'Tia- I t.,. i Ut tic uar (U:. si, f couurse, it
Vw;. n't f air
That ', i:e sit t;,spok, t. I ee i't i pl cked the
sinit i..' g wtl. l %' ,ii ret
Shliubtl Ie i,) 1,i.ked to prices ly the other wom-
en there.
-Ph.,adJelphia Pretss.


"IKEl I 1A)lD CI'"E:.
An Cffiering Prling Faith to Snf-
flerers.
I. your Blood Pure? Are you -lurte
of it? Do cuts or scratches heal
slowly? Does your skin itch or burn?
Have- you1 l'impi.v? Eruption-.'
Aching Bones or Back? Eczema?
Old Sore-? Boil-? Scrofula? Rheu-
tnatism? Foul Breath? Catarrh?
Are you pale? If so purify your
Blood at once with IB B. B iBotanic
Blood Balm It snakes the BIlood
Pure and (Rich. he-als every sore
:anid gives a eclair, soloeth, h l1altihy
-kin. Deep-seated case's like inlc(-rs,
cancer, t-ating sores, Painfuil Swel-
linir-. Blood Poison are quickly
cured by II. B. B., Tnade e-pecially
for all obstinate Blood and Skin,
Troubles. B. H. B. is diTferilnt from
Other remedies jeca li- t. II. IB.
drain the PoiSoni and( Humnors out
of the Blood and entire system so.
tlie sy:nptolins cannot return. Give
it a trial. It cur.es wht. naill els" fail-.
Thorough ly tested for ;;(l "ei.s. Sold
ait drl stilresv- ;it $1 per l',rizv bottl-
I* large bottl-s (full treatment 1V. .
So sufferers mlaiy test it, a trial bot-
tie given awayv ab-oluitely tree.
Write for it. Address lI.OOD)
BALM 'CO Atlanta. (.i. Write te-
day. Describe trouble and free mend-
ical advice givt-n.


Indigestion!

We challenge the world
to produce a renzedf! equal


plinl Tlhree Dollar; to buny a
Gast Ranige. to the Match/less Mineral


Ol HAVE EVER
Tried The reme n
system re ulator

PRICKLY A&H

BITTER&,
Because They Think iTia
nasty and bifer. direeable
1to the tomach and violertr
in actmion.
A6K THEM6
rap-


They w011 Telyu it's
not aTall disa reeable.
And as a cure for W1di shn,
Constipa'lon, h'i dney
Disorders itis un-

ex c eeIIedd..

HANNAH BROS., Epee-Sal Agents'

RmIn aDaze'Aboutattheo knIghtm.
"Yolart. .111 Etiglishma1ai. Illie'
said lthe naz ive to thle ftoruigu'lr.
w-1 iil fto ask a tjue'.t il IIpetalt~ining to
all Elgli'zll i i-tit utioll.''
..( ;itoil."
-NVI:y are' they (ailld KrAhri (it~(f tho
Gahrter vlo'i gal tel-.are w''In ll1tt'.tly I'll
t he dayttinie ?--Ali tt,'l)I.;:Cin i
grath .
'When EtheI l n"%.
`1 ;'9- II f -11tf. : -

T 1,t %% -!L- Ir .,I.b.i't ,t- i r
A r rn p itt, %hms al i .!t liii -


TI .. i d uit tr,a l n-t he it i3t, m. r,
Tlw .ir.;: birt go :it ten l-.t n
Fa t n!u ti -! tfi g1j I !T, triI t -1 yi

.the kne.) %Am launi.

'' A p11. -m n r i s m lit t c r I I u f

-SAIIwI lie iii.l


-WvII. 111-s JiIIIllt. U:Ilwav~r lhat, -I
wa!Iih iltile. $10 (-1) .a 11111k' e lithrIIe, en


d e rcadel,
tution.


en I'll drurln tl, iit. nlyV
a brass hlau'"-Aila;ita


fer you
Con1ti-


Acme Beer.

THE BEST BFEH so. L -) IN
FENSAC(')iA.

Dannheisser Bros.,

AGENTS.
Ats Sold by M. Perry a in Yatcs,


i. for YO'. plae oer a- ll'a ttcr for the curc of In- The Jug Trade
yeill |l+l


i.. i r our AI- to .11p1ly ttt
with UAS".


IDyspcpsia andl Is Our Specialty.zz3,;


(1.ll/OflIls o. I to,,oa(h,, Bowv-


GAS RANGES $13. Coccct d FrT. Troubles and Skin Dis-


Pensacola Gas Coa,


Cetses. Guaranteed to care


ori mfonlcy reiuaidle(/.


Gu ara iite.-'d.

Dan>~is~rBros


Cost


]P. 0. Box "'i


NO. 3 S. PAL&FOX ST. only .7 c'/ts a dan! to use it. pllone No. I


THE HEINE ACADEMY OF MUSIC,
No. North I'alafox ktrect.
MISS EVELENE M. HEINE. Principal .
MISS IDA PIAGGIO,. Assistant.
voice I ultur-. %V" i In lanti 'iawitl. I .'I.t.-;+
systeui;: alk .(utt% r. lianJio and Ma 0id w'lii.

Best Patent Flour.
Ouir Best Red 1 Ro./al
Patent is the best flour that
can be produced by any
mil.
Forget .fe .ot is one of
the best Breakfast Foody on
the market.
AUll made by The 0. E.
StEward JMll Co. and fur
saleby .Vew Orleans Gro-
cery Co.


One dollar bottle last twen-
ty d(lays.
For sale by all dru,'i sts:.
also 1". T. Green <\' (o. "
S.. Palafox Steet.
OF ADIDRFES


W. W. WILKINSON,
Greenville. Ala.
Testimonial FIromin Judge Gaston.
I take eieat pieasure in certifying to tilhe
nurity and the Ineritof WiIkinson's Match-
Ie,.- Min'rail W'atr. This natural mineral
toni.', to mny p'r< ;n tl knowledge. is taKent
from a ue11 three ntiiles east of Itreenville.
in the exact condition in winch it is sold. I
have wen this titr used. with windwrful
success. for dyspe'rsla. indigestion. sorFt
eyes and for eruvtive dlieaseo. sores and
ulcer- on man tinl nrnital. As a riemelltt'v
for tht-s- truoultle-. I do not heti-eve its
equal xtit'-. Iti Ihtilghy reconimended by
nil ti lalr. ftor af rlnllinil*-r of dio Au..


EVERY DIOP'


Doybood Dmekwbeat Cakes.
-Duckwheat cakes," in letters flaring,
w et!I it 4;-1 bLmenu staring;
i I ug1its av.ake!
And I think. with heart a-flutter.
Of the vakes, %ii hicoiuntry butt-,
Slother'd lake!
Ican sme~l that ,;reaie 2 bL~rnir.;,
I can sek- dew nitflt,,t~t urnIing,
%% 161 h. r knitc.
Vitre the kind I hat ti. created;
bet your life'
Each a separite Itwr-,-;- Iii r
Aotd the :,i~tk ,t TlAIteJ 14.1. r
A, it iW.n
Chi. II.o-e frai;taiit. -zzoatninir gas--%
Aaduxd tie i, c cat-A. ul-..


But ;inimtimi,'s t'd wsit an heur,
Lnt.king lat antil lh.,z ia d sour.
For a ak '
Thrusuh tiHeY'd .tine in fast and thicker.
Pa w ui.l t'at then far mrnre quicker
_ILatz thr%'d bake!
--Chicago News.
Men Are So UL'natilfactory!
i "So you saw Kate?" said the wife to
her husband. who had spent Sunday with
sonime relatives in the country, the Kate
of whom was to bei married shortly.
"Yes. for a few minutes when the
young mania wasn't aroundd'
"I suppose sle has everything ready'"
"I heard her say all her dresses were
done."
"Oh, what is she going to be married
in?"
"I'm-er-in ten days is all I know."-
Detroit Free Press.
A CA.iL
For DI mocralic Primaries anti Con-
vention.
i~t-olv-ed. That a convention of the I)emn-
oc;ati" party of E-canImtl county shall he
livid at konelton at 12o'vloJk noon oil the
h11 (lday of April. 19 s .lev'tingil twelve i '-'21 p-rMllii% to represent
E,'larii4 e loutliil It lihit lil.tthis t Conven-
IOl10 to ll iillt.- it (itaiiddale for Congre-t
tinl for the lipurpoe of .*Ilec'ting twelve ( 121
personsI to lrpteen4t E-camibll county lit
the Statle CoivellVtllti at stichb tillle and
place nSt liHny lie ixed l y Ithe v rtate and Con-
grt-sion(tial lielniloit(' I oiniiitte fand for
tlle purpo- t.f seletingi a i4oulnty Exeu-tU-
tIiv '< lii iittv to hili t 1ntil their su e s-
sor hli ll tiv seele lo d in 1!i42.
Tl'he pl-.inct' arp nd l litll t entitled to
the followini repi-t-iitatini1 at sid Couid-
Ity Convenit)ion1"
No. 1. Nix'".
No. 2-'. K utiltrF ii ..... '-
No.::. M lvi.t' I,.
No. 4. F nrry i't,. :
N o. t. H Iurstl 1
Ntt. e;. '(Jvt I ton ;n
tNo. 7, Pintl- birre'ii n
No. s. 'illitt ICe "
No. t'. ItluiT 8prliinu'
No. It. w'nitl H ol!aind I1
N<0. 11, Walnut Hill ..
N eo. 1i'. 'fi-l:iol" .,
% P. ];;. HllIi(.l: li
Nu. II, eis cola .....
No. 1.. i i-'n No. I';. P'inevill. 1
No. 17. llrell' 1
No. 1, Mcl.la\id l
N o. l'. IMoll no .
No 2,. Hmoniaton l .
Eim tlit puruo'-eotfelctiiin delegate's (loim
their s'-viral precinct is asb abovr' st forth aind
for tI l- purpotts of noiliniatiing two einatii-
litt-s ftor tItii Houst of epresentativet', for
'he lptir t-e of nominating as aniidiate for
iwl:'ritfT. a candidate for Clerk (of Circuit
'Court. n lcandlidate for Tax Collector. it c n-
diditte for Tt. x Assessor, a candiditot for
T'r at urer. candidate for County J udget H
c;tnthidate for Superilitendent ofI uhlli" in-
st ructioli, a candidate for countyy u rveytor.
a14 ii didate fo r Clerk of Crimlnal tCourt. n
candidate for Justiceof iP-acte and a'on--
stablef or -econd Di]tritt, a candidate f or
.1 ut.tiet of Peave for l itllh Iistrict. can-
dalat--. for ti *h > ime'tnll,'rS 1of 4ounly Shlieool
Ho:rc. :i prilnaty et-ltction of tilth lD)t-eo-
craic ii term's otf i tcaninia county t-ha ithbe'
hIitldl i tl tW een thie lhilrNi of .oa. ; i. a. i nd
i:t."ip. enlo Tufi~, l otday oi liit d ly f April.
i; li, n(I f ,le.t it, th IT' foi Iow iil inp 'cto ni a tiid t'lerk,
o1 electionii lire hererty e.fctelted and ap-
polited:
l'ro-eiiit NtNo. l-('lla4. Andrew-. Neil (;ago..
W. 1). eill. inl-pet'cwr; Arclie BHelltol.
cl- rk.
t'net-'iit No. 2-A-hi t rave-y. LouiDl)aniel",
.til i i y. lispictors; T. M 2,carril,
t'lt I k
Vit,'cinv t No.::--Frcnnk uari;. II. P. %%'W:l-
l'itti-j..olin tl ll -. ectoti ; >. 1-:. l)ou la .

cila. .rl-k.
NOt N .It. l+ l()g'a-. WL. N. N-I
l'..-,":- 1 No. 5-(;eo. II. I'avi' .lohli Bry-
mtit .\ .I 1 l r.I i I 't'ttl : o l: L uit s Frat,.r.
'.I. I
Il -ntIllt No *--;<. W. tuiilnn, W. M.Mc-
> i,\'. \% Il. I + .iisrr iin. ins |)p ctlor:- l ..I,'n-
liliL'. (',in k .
i i -t No. 7--. A. I.i Ie. \V E. Tuck.-r.
.I.M. Lnirkin, insKpetor; ,W. W. swet-
':, iiit t o. --A.T Filliniin. II. '. .How-
nin. IH. F. tcraitire ,. in-.petoi- Tylor
Stilittr-' Icle-rk.
1-'r, il.-t No.''-I. 1|. l.trowder. A. .1. Vow-
iart. W\\'. 'I tYlor, in,,-l vtlora; Z.I. .. liit"ars,
'.1l 1.
V'i 1irt Noi. I-... Ward, .John colt.-
ri i", F. :t'ly. i.l ptor-; u. H BIrviria .
Cl'r k.

1' r-'lli' t No.t12- li. L e. V, I. I '. I .t.- .,
\V1'i11i ll I in-pectoil-: .I.. S ol.lR e rts., .,k
l'l -linct Not i.-4 ..A ihl er.' II.. oui;il.
W HI. M. N..''livIl, iin-pc"tors; F N. .lnurii,
4l t1rk.
'it"'l ntt N-. 1-- nt ny Iu il. A. H. oli-
v lr.. W. \W illiatnl, intpr actors; .lolii A.
1. rrltt. li ',k.
I'Prtinct No. .'--.I:%m+- 1% likllk, tavo s.
Hllimlrk.tM. M. Co-sllo. ,,i.pector ; J. T.
Prc';,iict No. l,- W. 1;. n4hllrmd. [.ukr,
Flo:\\ l .Ir.. B. I'. h Wa lll ll-, llt-pe ctor-; J.
I;. tula nrl, t .rk.
'rv lli l . i7--\. i. ',opt(.n, V.'. \.
Kiifllitn. l taiT,,r -y, c ci to-i.
l'iTii't o. 1 I,. ( erw toiii. I. +. M, .-
Inls s M i h, gg.-tt, iun p.c'tor-. J. I"
B ,v iman. clfrk.
PI' t V e oI,-. ir'- .I .H (t rit l1ar, A. M l- I
i,+r. A.J..! 1sp ,tu;'; 1". M \\ ro,.
P'r,.cinict \,. .'".--W II. .Mav, Wmr1. Mrc
I'ut,'lih *on. 1. 111. M .1 Curdly, iui-l. ,t,,,-
'. I\ .*t wal '. clfrk.
lit Vh l 14ilt t( it 'hll prot4v lift !];ll I :tl
,* f.il'ow'+ i^ ; il!inr-l r -'~pre it'; \,'el ;
2. ,. : -- ",> ii .. l 1. ,u ,.
No ;.' -t row'- :'torl .



N ,,. !.... \ Mr,'- M !||.

I ar,,lf..
llot>, l' -" n ano". .


for Infants and Children.
\ The Kind You Have Always Bought has borne ti.. ,.
ture of Chas. H. Fletcher, and has been ntmaile uns. ,- ,
personal supervision for over 30 years. Allou ..
to deceive you in this. Counterfeits. Initatim .,.,I
",Just-as-good" are but Experiments, and eids.,i. r
health of Children-Experience against Eximwri.-nit.

The Kind You Have Always Bought
0 9Bears the Signature of


In Use For Over 30 Years.





Chas. H. Turner.


*.ARCHITECT*.-


--AND-


General Contractor


Building. R,-pairin a. Mantel and (irate' S etini:. I'l;il -
and (;a- Iittinig.

A Complete Plumbing Department under "::?
Management of E. B. Morey.
A'Artiatic Dosiins, Etimitte-. Plii; and- Spcifici :
ing of All KNinds, Prepared on Short Notice..
SJW A Large and Carefully Selctv:.,I Stocek of il-, iNI
Tiling of All Kinds. Path Tub-, C'lo-e.t ud Hliuse-hI..M .\;'i
Hot Water and Gas Fixtures.


No. 19 S. Palafox St.


:: Telephone No. 54;


----TN
---- THE--




Citizens National Bank
OF PENSACOLA.


L. HILTON GREEN.
PRESIDENT.
T. E. WELLES.
VICE-PRESIDENT.


J 011N F. 1 E IFF It
I A!S I
1. FS Hl N1-FN1,LL.
A~.ssl. (tm i.--


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


R5IX ,- IeIj '


M011tI.I- :


A General Banking Business Transrin'd.


Vessel' Accornts Handled on Favorable Tern-. '-.
Change Bought and Sold, Collectiout
Promptly Attended To.

ACCOUNTS SOLICITED.





The Star LaundrY,


THE PIOIPE LAUNDRY OR EO T FLORIDA!


Our Address
i- ilwayis sk :l ft-pr i% ,
1t'-1 beauty of th.- li. :.
hti r, i.r tli. playt-,I ,tel

here is alw -play, o
MHIRT I"I;0.U I *I
AND ( I i 1 -
n: i- ur, r i t r, .'..: .


v >,r. f il to -I .* ;
t I., I..


ALL WORK C. O0. D.
TELEPHONEE 114. 1T E. GARIDL:
AOOOD CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED FREE.rW
WALKER INGRAHAMX. Manager


ESTABLISHEDD !S63.


,of medicine th4t goes in a
prescription filld in thi- store is
perfectly pure. Pure drug-s mean a
speedy recovery. Poor drugs mineani
a relpe. Yo)u want the host. I et
us fill yor prescription. and stiuply
sh &.r m "d.. oe,1 t". a UT. \. #. *__ t'%,,*


N it. l:,.- ll t-l i ttli t'lu'ia ll'd l l),t ,I i -..
N ; t i .. l'l:- \ 1..

.N'. !.'* --l-i ii tto n ,lni ar stl te line.
11 ,-llpi' i:Ct S Im iff V(.1if *L,,<- t :w.. ..
;heli d,' ii', elected froni Ut'tii pr'-cil t
!ln+, 111i th n lnitlh.,t Vi et- of elll -, ,.l- ,.i
S .t I nl Ht lh'- half vote..
All i\ laibt i nei,(ocratl itgally ijuali p(l c to
tot- ulidtr lit t- It o)f the leigls!;aturtl- of hI'i,
,'*l.t ii-'d( iii hIllpter 4."-.'i who hav' pall
i ie-ir p;),ll t.x-'+ f,)r thi- years I'.04 ;anid I'.'1..
iand ho w'ill pledgte themselves to e-uppolrt
tti-, noinll't of said primary election anti
.aid c('t iven t inio .hall t-be entitlt-d and ar-r
cordially invited tl patteiclpate i n sa.d pr:-
miitry election and 1 aid primary tel.tionI
hiallbee h e lid-d in all wa.if under tilr riilees
andi re'gulatlonlis nm1% t forth in said chapter
adi:G.. and this committee sihall mePe at thf-
otfic, ofthe' county jludve in the city of I
Pe-n.sacola. at fi o'clock p. m..on the 12th dlay
of April. laP.e at which time and pla e til.-y
will rec-ive returns, caliva the- ilanme
and announce the result of .:gid prirnarv
-*Iec'tlon. ind the iniipector- 3alo)l ve namL-e c
will have then and there tit- re-turns of said
Slf'etion.
TiUe ballots to i.- used shall he printed on
plain whits- paper, and shall have no dls-


McKENZIE OERTING & CO.
0 DEALERS IN ---

Ship Chandlery and General Hardware.
603 AND 606 8. PALAOX STREET.

rEVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEBLINOGS ."i- *
GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUS8EL & HON' P "
Urs, eoina piti Ills, luticail liients harts, Ucerl, I
OOMPAMAE9. I0MI M.
C. McKenzie Oerting Collecting A;ent for Itr Pilot- 1;..
nation.

nmy fwlffim Mift


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 23, lb O. a


Oannolt be Out Out or

ANCERRemoved with Plasters

Srgyica: operations and flesh destroying plasters are useless. painful and dangerous, and besides, never cure Cancer.
N., r'atter hi, often a cancerous sore Is remo--ed. another comes, at or near the same point, and always in a worse form.
*. :, ,' rov onC(lusively that Cancer is a hloo,! di als-. ar-! that it is folly to attempt to cure this deep-seated, dangerous
r,'.ut If Iv .ttin,,g or burning out the sore, which, after all, ;s o:til an outward sign of the disease -a place of exit for
L ..-,-r ru.:- :n families through many generation, and those whose ancestor. have t-. amicted with it are liable at any
,,oken- with the deadly malady.


Only Blood Dimsss can be Transmitted from One Generation to Another
r ; rof that Cancer is a disease of the blood.
-e a blood disease like this you must cure the entire blool svsten--rermove every trace of the poison. Nothing cures
tuailv and permanently but S. S. S.
-nters the circulation, searches out and removes all taint, and stops the formation of cancerous cells. No mere tonic
1:ir ,l,,d medicine can do this. S. S. S. goes down to the very roots of the disease, and forces out the deadly poison,
th. ,,re to hea: naturally and permanently. S. S. S. at the same time purifies the blood and builds up the general health.
A little pimple, a harmless looking wart or mole, a unmp in the ,reast. a cut or bruise that refuses to
heal under ordinary trnatmeut, should all Tbe l oke1cl upun with suF!,icion, as this is often the beginning oi
,a a form of cancer
Mr7 arah M Keeaiinzk AT Wind,.)- A- ** ni.tl Tenn,. writer I
a %rn ; vag r old nnt f r tire- .C arsr hal sufhre. with a iseere ft,rni of
< i n rr.t ;:.w whi.'h the i'0t.1.*t in tl. I!-.t aid was mncura.tie and
S- th,-I I ,< .id Int i .t r r.,n e than six rontth I a-, 'Ic-pted their s.atetnent as
ri'nl 'an)d riven u;,i U l h-p)e c'f eer' eir"- v.ll again when nru. ,1:V 4S. t "! t n r- ',T .t Aftcr taking :. few
t .! a ir tin'f made a 'j, ;';e e Cure. I hive gained in Pfl h. myv appetite
Ss t -' ad b!i e;, i rtf!re- :1g in fact alar enjL. ug perfect health
Su'- rine ca: lc;artment:t is in charge of physicians of lon1i
:n, ', h.o are rtpe al.:y killedd in treating Cancer anr other bitwxl diseases Write for any advice
S:'.tanor: ..:z-,.!. c, take no charge whatever for this service. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY, ATLANYA, GA.


''2F ITAT14 S


'Ope -FrctTcritiories Fronm
T.3 Congre-ss.




0t1e1aJ Ititle'l~e %pitlern Fromt
in 1!&&. Ito he rivo-s lear iauela-l-EL
r.,saroue'..&1aa li m-4orepane


- it *--- -miii.,. 1

the- ci': ,,9n -' if--I ills authciriz-
iic *- It,.: ::4-!of.- u Arizona.
N. .!Il 4olilalit~ima to form
c.. .:11a4-I their refere-Lwe.
-. : l~l u I tel-ri*,tiries iutthi-
-i (b i .eoie. In c-vc-rv
-sI the-rev Ii -ilo-vu v i.iwe
-- .,.::.e i.gmmdilliz the- li
L ~-1'.N% -n q,!-. I ali ".as Eluto.


11 titl.1 ;111 a.] IL,1- c ii a- U t W itS
o :Ii- a1 go. amIIIIC- I I -. N ti '
cef- ti !.t:,I*,i
l--aaai~ it s l11.ni'd- th


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--i en.. *c I c 11 e-


,T-l 3 1'!:T1it.


F 1t. 10 ela I-tit. 4 .f v.Entit i
r r o e4, a% 'hnil v. V-11 :i11l
(l i Ct) t1 (li l tiy 11Tha n'.tM
ri- s. nae 1 t.'' ai't

-a Im;t.1Ctile news tuao
4 icn thaat or-easion le
horsIn a rmin all that
-,~thing ateocat anedin the
r it .# 1limta lie ocaine-i
f-otwith tihr--ca-valavin--n.
-III.the uiiE.-drlor-eurlts. They
i lirlUgh ai io auitry tNiOlof
--i a b-tr rie. nitIA it
p u~ ~. nTilt-) 3 l eia~c t ear

C ii.r.:is, hut t a i- ts I rv~

v.: '~E-1.1 e41(,V iithe

-*1.1,01ti 1141ie it- n thi dWITl1
-..iaI a'. rs haE1n '-'. i1l iit)i


-~~~i -oitfroutt uf i' Vl-f



M U.L BUDL9


4( .i.n. it in ,it l i ; a, !;. his :-::ddle-


S l ,ii'k tanid i lie troi Ii :: 1 in foot. ::id
tIr |>'l>y v,:Ai inll just as !2;1 ,on ditioP.
S ** :ilriy.': 1 \ }'.1 o 1) 'ti. in uw ith
S 'olli1 s A:u.l It \\ .as T!." ,il.-0 t excitintg
:iii'l i.Larle t < '\X I .r;Ti'n thl:,y ever h.tal."
li. i:" kI-owv n ii 'ili f. r a gr:it
:i;cl.ty y T. ]s. I :;an u I.pr'ciat<- th ilati
nt'r ii \vii'hli ho worked toi get that big
I. *.- -f :-o-ws,. atnl gt it aLead of ev-
cr'd.-1 y e-lse. lie is one of the lucni
\ !1 0 ought to lie able to tell SOni- in-
f.'I**I -in x,.trien(lcs of cauipaigninig
in the i'hilipipiues, for he has see-n
n-arly all of it more. in fact, than any
other correslouudent vhou has been out
there-.
What Ilaumn Would Do.
Aside from iilith'al nssolatloun. there
is a warm ironal friendship existing
between the president and Senator
Ilanna. Not long ago some man was
talking with the president and took o<-
casion to seriously assure bim that no
matter whliat might be told him the
president c-ould rely upon Senator Hlan
na. "You needn't talk to me about
Mark Hlanua." replied the president.
"lie would go down and jump in the
l'Potomac' river If It- thought It would
do me any good."
Imprevlag the Library.
Sinre ti '-Cougressiinal library has
K'e I estalblishrdli in its new lquartoers
more liberality has licen shown lvy caon-
gre-ss toward It. not only In thlie nniib *r
of empl,-oyie-s allowe-d. lout iln the larger
a;||]ru|tril hin iS for the purt-ase-lm of
loaki va'lua:ll1' i-.l ,i .rr. works of art.
I1iI; <. ,'hA. T<. i.;.un-s .r-iipt<. Unishl i '.
prillts and iln oti]'r ;1y 0illalgingi th0 1
- 1,'.- aml l 01isl. t ln 'ss .,f t.t lilraIry.
\V'lile it hli- IoA ,, ii r.-.tiry for ever .\.
S.,I>. 'i -1 ',1l ,1 b,1 1 ion to ,I. tilh d ill
the li!i:i l%. This lou's t11t finish :m .-uf-
tici'nit i nIt f of biool.s. aild tlih.r< 1ni
!nlio i looak, tl:t it is in'''. -:iry tii l r
C~!ia .-W to stf ;,i.y tlhi l 'li'i I:q rar-y in ttie hill ena ryinii. )i:o4n; y foir
t lira-y 11e hl :.'r :aip priatt-l
S.': 7T. **. V hti' t Ai,, :iia iro, i;e-inti,, I'or la.-t ye\:ir
n\\,;s I "-.ti. O f I te 4:0t.r titi, ill >._0 M is set a a:t :t f,,r b cI, ks
aloni, h!ii .h will pl:r'chnise si-l,,t all
tLat .:!ai bl c 1.\:111 tit W. lIt NN.


One Iaullt.
M .-s 'rn-eht taftter nan attack uloon
t!h" 1:ino', -Hlow do you like that? It
Is a song-, without words.
I'o,,g- It would be absolutely perfect
but for one thing.
Miss Crochet-What's th-.r, pray?
Fogg-If It was also without music.
-Boston, Transe;ipt.
Five Thousand Rolls


of Wall Paper in stock, all iof thela-
t -;t p:atternQ, antd moIre -o0)t1ine.
Pa ices frt'm be to $1.7-' pe.r ioll, J. E.
R .--. A C;o.. No. !1 N. l,,;l:ifx..
P ;one..'' 24 f-tf

1mT ts The ] Kinrd Yi m Always BUh


We will launder vyoir spreads for
15 I- cent- each and take them lo.ak
like new. Star Laur.dry.

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







Place For Pensacola
Buyers to Buy


Choice Family


Boiled Salt Meats.
The indigestible properties of 1
l.:i:n. corned beef and other salt i
iai:y, according to Mrs. l'nrloa,
cooking i e.Xprt. be tlinminmated If
i:;t.t is sui ic-iently I'olled. The
tot: g hes the lii)ers, and it takes
sistent boiling to overcome this.
time allowed for a ten pound pie
live hours, but as the pieces are a
lie thick i-ither than long one of
this weight would need about the
amount of tine. The meat should
partly cooled In the water In whi
is boiled.


THE UNITED MINE WORKERS. WAITED.
Tryleg to I-'d Coal Creek ot fNon. autid d tl I ll is If glSeil
Union c. n.l"'d Fr ol. n r, 1emrcaulhs, Ac.
COAL CPltEK. Tenn.. March 22--Joe
Vasey. national organizer of the United d lrnl B I 142.
Mine Workers of America, has arrived
here. He comes to keep the national J. T. St phens has a larze assort-
e t ep e nimnt of Solid Sterling Silver and
officers informed as to local conditions k., rs Knive-s. Forks and bpoon
and also to maintain miners' unions
until an effort is miade to rid mte ds- -
trct of all non-union miners. Vasey PROFESSIONAL OABDS.
states that the United Mine \V workers
have jast made a, detl with aii taeoper- r. ar | c rary
ators linitois, tiidiint ai aand Dr.la ree u umIe reary,
Emster:i Penuoyivinia whnurebv tuer
agree to mak. a raise of 14 p.- ceut in Plysican r a
gile wago .1. ,Pysica ndR an
He says thi4 will be followed up by 1e.iidence. .4 West Gregory street
an effort; being iuade to have a corra- Phon.- I.
spaun.inaivy i.roportiouate increase made ,!:lce. I,'A!emertt Builuing. l u .. South
in Ite Coal Creok and ,Ji'ico districts. lafux Street. Pl'honee -'714
*ie expects (tni will be done next sum-
mer wen tn-w wago cales are made DR. W M. C. D.wiWsRy.
betw3aei miners and variouscuuipanuIs.


TO GUARP THE SUSPECTS.
Arms Plitcet-l IE lIuiutiilni- A'jacent
to atFrikfirt lJiatl.
FRIANKr-OTr. Ky., March 2 -A large
quantity of gnus and ammunition have
been sration-5d in the buiidiuc~ adja-
cent to thj juAl, where the suspects,


OFFIOE-Hamrah Bros.' Drug Store.
r2^r _w_ .- .


lt-~8iiA~kAIjj-4(O E. Jackson 3tree




Ho ~aticPhysick andan Suricofl,


ow-'ri. D.avi. Wh-etlerand Cultcu, are ....- --1
entombeJ. This action was ordered Late of Ocala. Fla.,
)oiled yesterday when it was seen that armed Oe,,r bhis professional services to tho citl-
ats baoiei of men from tne mountain conn. ozens o tPensacola.
tctN bo q o eu Arom tue0 iount'al E*.peinl attentiongiven to the trenment
the ties might come nere to tue preliminary of Clhronic Diseaies and lDi-ease of
trials. These rumors were accompanied W.)i:.it and Childrtn.
the by hints that an attempt might be made h y Y. -rs -retice in the South.
Salt to reste the prisatne. eftice ,tour-r:- a. nim. to 12 in.. 2 to 4 p. m.
silt to rese.use the nrisjner.-
per- Adjutant general Castleman spent Residence Phone No. 20.
The the nigat here, and after a conference Brent-Blount Bualding-Hoom 38


ce is
pt to
half
same
Id be
ch It


with Govoruor Beckham, returned to
Louisville.
DOrwey IrI .Maoon.
MACON. March 22.-Admiral and Mrs.
Dewey arrived here this afternoon from
Savannah. The party traveled by a


Dr. Wilmer S. Hall,

DENTAL SURGEON,
Matn;i Tmmis. l ..-'. IRA


I Convention Call.
The sixteenth annual meeting ef
the Woman's Christian 'remperasce
Union of Florida, will b. held iu
3ainesville. April 3rd. 4th an' l5h.
The fir-.t session will oe at :; I. um.,
of Tuesday th- thiird.
Mi-s Belle Keiarni y .' F!.irr.
Mi-i., will give the cela:Vi'vtion ad-
dre.s, adding interest tI th i op'ca-
-sion. AI.IK C. Hkow) .
SARA J. G1I.ENN. President.
Recording Sec'y.



LODGE DIRECTORY

KNIGHTS OFTPYTHIAS.
P'enacola Lodge, No. 8~ K. of P.
meets every Monday even.
SaInt at 7:a6. at Castle lHal.
In Ilutchinson ball. West
I nt-ndencla street.
'^f-w ^ Vi'ltinn bretbren cordIrtal
welcomed.
H. J I DKVIas.
II. HORsLPR. 'C. C.
A-K. K. a.


W. 0. W.
Live Oak Camp NO I 1eAasIlhnLan oflbe
World.
Mveet* first and third Friday night tl
eabh month. Visiting sovermfins cord-*
ally invited. W. W. A'Aro.,
6. I. TI A MKs. Clerk. C. C.


POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENT.
For itepreamnta ie.
I hi'rablv antnouni-.m nIv...lf as% a cat-alldato

defLocat itl e piliari e.
t'. MKK. For Itepres asatite.
I hert-hy announce niy.-.f un a cand.dit*-
f,)r Rt-presenttti'v" c-f :ciumtlti C unlty in
tli- l.pisilaturea, bubject to thi< I emiocratle
PrinII1rtri->.R.
.1. F'Mter WS'OLS 3.


--- special train over the Oentral of Geor- *maaui i *upi. nu 454. F*Vor bhertif
DAILY NARKET REPORTS "a, arriving .at :0 o'clock. They I bhereo announce my.,el ar.a a..ndidat.
TTwere received by"& committee of cii. rfor Shheriff of Kecambia County. and ret
.EW O~R T. MrT N. 22 OPRi cLd oote1d tO sheir hoselL Ad. Uetf ully ask the support of say friends
Jaar ..............arch 22 9 mir Dewey will spend S urday ia and voters of the. enunty. If electA.d I will
January............... .9 .1.99M E N BIOS.I 99 discharge theduties of sld office eacestviy.
.e.y .................... -. 7. JaoksouT.i oi tro 'So rttos. S L fairly andtImpartially.
S ................. *.49 Agastan. Tampa and other polat. W.H. HTcuvw
ApriL............. .... 9. ... 9.49
May........................ 948 How Thin! AFor Sheriff.
Ju.................... 9 ... 9.43 On WW I hereby announce inmvself a. a candkisd
July ................... 9 .... .4a We offer One Hundred Dollars re- for re-election to the ofmlc of sheriff o I -
Agut................... .15 .... 9.29 ward for any case of Catarrh that cambia county., lerdla. and solicit thefatf
eptember............. .... cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh P at, frage and interest of all my frnds.
October................ 8-(e .... 8.10 Cure.9o a,+ K..-,,t
,ev r..ber... .7 ...?. q Cure.Pensacola, Florida. For Sheriff
Demm ...... 75 .... 1. F. J. CHENEY, A Co., Toledo, O. Flrida. orber
Spos ootton ruled firm with middUlng We, the undersigned, have known I hereby announce myself a candidate for
uapands quoted v.. fiddling gulf 10it. F. J. Cheney, for the last 15 years. heriff otrecamblat county at the emseg
O.ALtiAN.A P.&Ovt. tAS. and believe him perfectly honorable B A RA election. J.t. VA.P3L?.
e'toCA March 22 a01,r3 Cs in all business transaction and B A R G A IN S For Clerk of the rui Court.
WfAt--Maf ...... .... S9 fnancially able to carry out any ob-, breby announce myselfso a candidate
WL AT.-Juli t1 ligations made by their firm. N for ra-eleetion as clerk of the circuit cosrt
WlTAr -.neptLeber ...... 0 i VE ST & TRUA X, I of Escambla county at the ensuing eletUon
W\UhAl-x-wpttnibe 0 ... W^, HST & TR iIA X, and ask ibe support of the voters
coU--.Maru. ......... 8s Wholesale D)ruggists, Toledo, 0. A. M. MOMILLAW.
Coas-May ... ..... 36^37 .... 3 WALDIN.O, KINNAN & MARVIN, i For C- ...
LoUN-July ...... ... a7, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo. 0 For Circui 'lerk
Cou.T-Sehptember .3* Hall's Catarrah Cure is taken in- I announce miny candidacy for ('lerk of bthe
OATS-.March......... 23H i H. k' Circuit Court of -:t-anin>lu ',ounsy. subje-c
-May ........ .... ternally, acting directly upon the to the atiuon uf the e.nsunlg tielmoc rt
UA.-July .... .... blood and mucous surfaces of the $1000 hin acres or land north primari. IE. L.. DANIILL.
O'aL--March. ...... 11.6W systllm. Price 7be. per bottle. Sold of thtnity and westofr, u!ding For ('irn- C- rk.
kPoa-May.............1. .. .... 11.C by all druirgists. Testimonials free. 2000 will buy acre.. adj)iinn city or ircus .l-l r
PiaK-Juiy.... ....... .... 11.4(1 Hall's family pills -are the be-t $2000ns.it ltho ..\ oth.r>f.r of sfcanhia Iounty:
LARD-.March ...... 6.10 I i..ro-bv annrtite**ve vsef a candidate for
5$3000 will buy four It solI block the othfe- of clerk of ttihe etrcut court of
LAuiD-M ........J.... 2 .... 6 15- h,d lO a,, .O anda good seven room house l.cai>lti' couiinty aiidl will be ple-a.sed to
L"o -July-- 6 ... .25 k Kind YGU Ha, Aiways Bou- T his property i, in New Ity. tave4 the support of yv friend* and the
kuas--Marcil ..... ....6. B o. ....ter- -n r y.P.
J1).-May. ....6A0 3gt tu 4000 will huy7A'es i -twe i -.
MI-Jultd .... r Bayi.ou and Littie Hayou. Thi Ta o Cll r.
K'1SV 4L r.OR.. property li,aiAt..r front on the bayv alo
AVAN VA L- ( r-.o-Sirit --- on Bi- Bayou and Little Bayou. I hlreby announce my.ielf as a canulldata
5AVAWNAU March 22.-Spirits tarp" for re-election a Tax **o'let'torlfof .cam-
tine Inrtn at .13 receapta. W21; sales .,;* IHLgandsome pictures, bri'- l$50r will buy one of the. bet ret bin county. and ask the support of my
export ii:',. Rosin steody, receipts 388; dnc-s on We-t Hill. ituatd frendsandvoters generally.
le, A.:.0, cx .rts, 1,. Quote . I '. r> a-brac, etc., in endless ar- on tr^te 'r lio.; hihairootns and all miold A. H. D'ALKMHarTX.
I). 4'. E. 0; F. $1t.53: G,, 1.d!: H erncoveniences. ....
1.-.; I. 2.ti. K. 2 .25.. M. 2..w1; N., S$2.7$. ray at rock bottom prices at will huv lot with i ft front on l* r TaxVIaecn.r.
windowgiass 3.00 waterwhite $3.oo. .farston, S Finch's. $6000 Pialafox street. noutth (t o.rn-g. Thei-anpyfriendsof.)tiJ e V. H. aoanhfay
\WILMIirai',..>N. .C.. March -2.-Spirits ory. Tbis can ti), linniediately ullliz,.d for having obtained his consentt herelby au-
I urpteltinte nothiini doing: receipts, 4. Ibuiness purposes. niounce hini as a candidat*- for Tax 'collector
tosin steady and uocharged;l receiptel5M wAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA willt t uy lot w i lft front on cabiacutyattheesuin l on
Crude turpentine steady and unchanged q $ VUV(irregory atid .,', ft fiiont on 1-
rnceipts IS. Tar firm at $1.20; receipt. 17 -4 i caniz and 1:'. ft irout *Iln Wright. This For Tax Amersmer.
4Klip roperty. has nic ,ottagio on it,and there is
4 -W plentyof room tto build i dozen housesmore I herrel'y announce nfi*elf a% a candidate
TEIll OYATFll SEA!ON. |I W a h ) ri f d r f Tax A mwssor of EscwnibiHa county, soh-
S- will huya handsonme residence j,.et to the actionl of the l)De miocratic prima-
I. yv.t.-r ini h,. Iod of iezi-. I t v on Ewa t regoi y between Pala- rn-. If elected I e.xpe-,t to tirt the- appro-
itiakd wjvili ta tart fiom i hi'i, suII tile r ox and Tarragona streets. hattion of the tax payers and will do aiy
"O ."""Ahial.and u.d.with a vawn: SAUCE $9000 wll buy an ) acre farm, with t nfic ry ,tall a I l, whn I d
*In fear tI .r our. nr .wasf th a.n.. .in- (Ugoad house and farm buildings. t.- ofice. bfor.
For inv l,-a.;ut dreams were disturb-d by I a.l"nt prert fur truck farming ad
t h tii.jar THI? A~inilU dairy purposes. This place is Just outmde
That> l war.v caused bvthe lPtt.'rr THE ORIGINAL the city limits. Toor Tax Aaceamor.
That tis it,%%:. caused by the letter R. aW. The candidacy of Williatmi W. Rtichard I*
.i 1 l kn1 w by the keel of that hideous WORCESTERSHIRE $10 00f will buy a lot in the business hercbond,,Innetond for re-flct.in as tax a
Tlat omne of us hortlv wil he in the soup!" 9 part of the city with 11% feet sesor for Escambia -ountvy. subject to the
And .o they will for the ,loop was ro t. ation of tieduriocrautc prIinarin.
filled with the finest anHd fattest. Al I For County Treasurer.
Thi .'liilop waS sit oult by Nick n I annroumice my,-oe a a candidate for
Apostle and the.e choIce oysters are 4 Jll the o.fll orf County Treasur.r.-jety, a to
iOW fr sale. done or raw, ready to, K Elo* th.. on of th. democratic primary. sod


chiaw. at his restaurant. You can
g;et thom by the plate, dozen, hun-
dred,. barrel. dr-ty load, wagon load
or car lo.d. Ow:ti to the rusnh of
huinie<- thIe ervinfof re-ulr meals ,
will be d0i.conti nued after this week.
but -pcial ordCer- will bt served at
-my hour of the day or night.


CASTORIA
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
i Bears te
Signature of

If 'ott are reahf/ to ro to
h ou se-kA'epin f. let .,lla rston
i- Fin ish firn ish /your h ouse
for ffou. They will save you
money/. Your credit is good
with them..
FO KSALE,.
At :i .a:>ur ;iit. i ;iacre ( 3 til it r
f,'I :ilit CllltivHtiv I lth .- 1>:l4;11 e
wt, ,ll-t.d !. 1 of a inif'He oirth! ot ('or-
div P'ark. i th 4-r-,inat hri .. a: n
. il tW-V -. t a;ll-S i' ilee $( "il Iu1I
i t tih.- intormatiion,:. ep;ply to W K.
l,,,. .. .. ,, i l ., ,. J. ,, I I" i --


T ^ East Side of Plaza.
4
4 ^He A. WATERS,


SBEWARE OF Buteher and Green Grocer.
STh.tris PHONE 172.
on eer bottle:- FreshTennessee and Native Meats,
S.Chickens and Country
SProduce Daily.

Jh. Dc... s... Age.t.. T ew Yok Shop, Sear of Johnson & Son's Store,
YVYVVYYVeyVyVVvVer-vy INTENDENCIA STREET.


DUNN'S s


i HOTEL


ON EUROPEANM PLAN.


Three Reinlar

leals Each Day

25c Each.


Restaurant Attached, Open Day and $ight.


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

Special Orders at Any Hour.


I I T fl Ul D = .... .. : &1ro..ity. iPI. ;R ATES:-From
GROCERIES -,1 and 511 A. 9 uth Pal
'lAi.AL uNSURA, (DURHAM Cigars are
Re --- -is AT- the finest 5 cent smoke

Real Estate Agents, The Well-Known. Try them at D'Alem- <,J 0 H
,. ou. I-& Up-to-Date Store erte' F undir
"- -,-w:---- "' " JOH N M cDAVID,
I% FIRE. LIFE. MARINk. --- CEJOHNTRAL HcDAVID,
AND RAL TATE AIL IOKEA Telephe 346.
KO.'MPA.I. .... l IUe CITY PROPE-TY. FARMING
Sf ti tabl AND TIMBER LANDS AITrERe. CA.TIN
Cr ar WVbeels, Wooc
SL IC tf -120-122-(@ FO ALE. I factured to Orderi
ble Rates.
O1i0 IS UltL E. GovernmAnt Street, hoans Plaeed at ieasocable plates Dealer in Mac
(': ::.,.:aoWEMnEO l a TELEPHONE 261. 24 East Government Street. Station


$t1.j to $!.7i per la,-. ILODGING:
lafox Street. 'Pen ac,-la. I lrida. / 25 and 50C



[N PURDY,>

Md lIachine Shops,
ARF, COR. JE-FFER-ON AND PINE STEETS,
-:- Pensacola, Fla.

GS, LUMBER TRUCKS, SMALL KILLEDED
I and front Pu:les, Hanzera. Boxes, E:c Ma.nu-
in First-Class, VWorkma ike Manner at Re:tson-

Lineryt Fittings and Supplies for
ry and Marine Application.


aRk LUt* ei ppori lof il y fri n dirsi.
WlII.AM E. AN L KWso.r.
For County Treasurer.
I hereby announce" myself as a candidate
for renoniinatifan as tro-eaurer of K calabtl
county. sutject to a deci.ton at thbeenutnsss
demtocratic primary election. and reepedt-
fully solicit the support of the voter, oo the
county, pledginBf myself for the future 1
"ante faithful performance of duty tbat I
have endeavored to fulfill during my pSa
t-nure of the ottice. J. W. irATaS.
Feor Justlice oif he Peane'.
I hereby announce my candidacy for re-
electioni to the offle* of Justice of the PVnce
for the MWconol Iaitrict. subject to the ea-
tion of the nominating palmarl*,.

Feor Juli.e of the Paew.
At the suggestion of numerous fri*nde. L
hereby announce my candirldacy for Jnstl
(#f the Peace. of secondd district. hubjpct,*to
the action of the nonilnartne primariee.
JAMBS H. LAN DL'N.
For behahl P-uperin'endent.
I am a candidate for county superiloti
d-tit of public instruction subject to fbth
!e-mo<'ratic primnarle. I ro--pert fully 'o-
lilclt I" suuffrag- oef tI h .,-c ,iaintn county
v,)ter, for the a buvr--isan4d p-itrV ion
JAc its-#M1 ToATO.


U- to t he Vteat1a4i(of E..u II to n 4 '1 )11 rto V
I t:-- reha'.-art rlpoi ivee n.v-e- If a '-atielidaeo for)
n ri.nelo-itt eif I'ul-o- ritesrt*ic,,i fm~et
Fl-Hllhriiaa EeunT y- ai'i a-k eii-- -ti;,p or, catf my


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leor .i- a. rluii i e-i ttl 111 I I. lilic It.
It-- t '].* V,'-'.. f a. H I', ::n 'T : l
t i* \+ .11,;.' l'*' '. "i - ;L It' 1',.0 t I. for re -
S Ill nt i'l, l "l i r-* :;'". l,, .'tticl W ill i.*
*,-- ,, -'. " '-f Ie.v fr.o ndo.
;1ta i'l. tr' i ""- ;I ' "r l-. t' rin ele Tio.
nt '- ir., ir. .' 1: .. N I; ( .ot.
For M ino'r .,aceooel 1uiarel.
il'J'tr,-- I;-V .Clt'l :-- I-'1 l ,,lu l.,--r c-f Ma-
l I ) '! i',.-r .. ',i t .- t Be .h t., t of
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I'cr M lla.-r "' linoal lea tlril.
'e.-i !in. to th- ur oit e-eUat ,l of fri-ndts.
I ejVf 1" i.'' I mna l 0' r in'- a --ai.ntrldila
,,r iit-riihtrof the- -'-'c t,-arelr of E- smltis
., .:i I. V,0'i to i .'-tlo ri af t 'I--1" od-
,:i in trl'i'n :+i-- -.. W AMD.
I-'or Memen-r *-.ta-e., Be.ard.
The- fri--rid- 'of M u:. .. 1: sM sWARin of Wi-
'iUl Hill. 1,i,.1 ,h; -4s trefti bti cor-ent,
t.- 'rh atni-utaL,',. ti:' 'trfni erV for ininm-
'-r of tlie i- .- nil)a:. co'uittv h-chooil oardr
for thet northeoru i;-trwt. subject to tbheaS
:lon of the denccratic primaries.


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 1900.


A L rtSA BC tthe entertainment. Admision, 26
Alt l ) |~ltb cents.
If it is troupers you are looking for,
you don't want to miss reading the
new advertisement of the Levy-Pou
,,aD -, reswseo'a nd wrttt: Company.
,t,, ,' r .a. z.'rirng The Odd Fellows of Pensacola
M *.>, t.nmp,.'tiro pester have determined upon an appropri-
.m 1. uw 4;.'4 h" r,". 7,. ate celebration of the Slet anuiver-
n't .et. sary of the birth of the order on the
2fith of April, and will unite in pre-
,.: vnu 5 cents March :{th. paring elaborate plans therefore. and
l* --;!1 ;- <-.^ -II -a -: --i td ....i t s1d .> Ir


WiUi invite al neig U o IEg UUL -o
S<..at::, of Milton is stopping participate. Take Cuticura Resolvent
1. "1- hu-,-. An intereptinrtneeting of the Pen-
I -.wer of rookly I N.Y -acola Yacht Club was held at St. BecausB it is so purm and wholesome that
I .wmra oo n. Joseph's hall last night and the mothers can give it freely to children of
names of several new members were all ages. It cools and cleanses the blood,
... el;ragerient for March enrolled. The committee to select and is of the greatest value in speedily
:,. furtrer notice. a site for a club honse was granted curing disfiguring, burning, scaly humor,
further time. The next meeting rashes, and irritations, when taken in con-
W ir: of ii-ce, N. C., i a will be at 8 o'clock next Thursday section with hot baths of CUTICULRASOAp,
:. wi houe.night. and gentle anointings with CCt'cecA, the
1' I: e.-rt- of Valdosta. Ga.. i, The 'Allen Candy Manufacturing great skin.cure and purte of emollients.
,.d at the Escamibia. Company has a new advertisement I Sam.th os" .,it ,, rrua, ,oA-c.
in this issue. The goods of this new coa"-r.es..-.s. "HwtoCar m B~shb,
A. Kelly of Alexandria, Ind., industryare now on sale ata number
-:..r-d at the Merchants. of the city stores and inquiries for Refles Beaet.
quotations are coming from mer- "lIas your furnace been satisfactory
I1 T. Ewing and wife of Corn- chants in neighboring towns. The this wuntert"
w.. arrived at the Escanmbia otrpany made a ,hipmentof goods "I don't know how the rest of the
Sy to-day to Jon. McVoy. an enterpris- family feel about It. but I've kept warm
\. Tiogle o-f Winston. N. C.. inr n merchant at Cantonment. when I'm at lhone chasing down cellar
-.ia yte-te.rday's arrivals at Gran, d !presentative Thos. '. to see what was the matter with It"-
S- Watson. Delegate A. V. Clubbs from Detroit Free Press.
I. -.',I nbld. Jopp, Lodge No. 6, Delegate P. E.
Ez,!-t .,wtiotn ot Atlainta are antiong 4. and D)-lo:ate Jno. H. Rauch from Better Than staring I..
t ..ini!.;t ;gu-t-. .Mechanie^ Lolz.r No S, Warrington. Mother-Where in the world are you
-. .,r loxilam i;a- appointed wall attend tile nmeting of the Grand goi0g''
'. \,-i.tw,,rth of this city to, be 1'.te, 1i. 0. F.. at Tallaha-see Small Son (,!n to play hopscotch.
,y iutl ic for th.- !-tate at large. ne-x' T'tPFlJay. March 27th. leaving' MoItler I Pear mnc. don't you know it's
oia o th'- -a-t bound train on Monday pouring alwu r:ain't
it. J. W.IIiyv land and uia .ext. Sl:a.Ill Sin I've git ian um:brella.-
ito h illeo !!air~--|on-r of the L. A -.- N \- .
1 i |- ia u-at at tie- E-cauita.. It Saved Hii i Lg. c Yirl W\'*.'..
v v I1 (.. Baker of Argyle. E. K. P. A. Danforth. of LaGrange. (;a., Merelyv Irielng.
1 \W.rrnor and W. J. Brown i l -utred inttn ely for ,ix months "h. ..ir:r" x'lainied tlhe first shop-
re new gue-ts at the M,.r- !,with a frightful running .ore o, ho girl -';.. ,n- < a wman who'll
leg. Iut write. that Bucklej ,', Arn ea
Salvp wholly" cured it inl tena .g -. .' *.. 'y -v wng heI gools.
\ Il. Motitoin-ry andI( I. I). Crl- i '.r U'h.,r-. \VW unda Burn-. l ,1-. "\ :ist l.s '-!he want*'" asked the
Iti atiiiI',. ot It- bf. 1 1i.. I 'w a i ';ia ,or" Pilo~ it'- th he-t -t ly',- l actv,''i
*i, i- in Florila ar. git-tvelAd at thie world. C'tire guaratiteed. (Onvly "N.,:!i,-. ''"- I'lladhl.lia 'r's-z.
I.lwi- l.,,- ,-. 25,. S.,.ld d ly \V. A. I)AI. inbert'. -
S-:,d tI. n Ii .w adverti-~ nient of Dri.-'i-t. IIl objeetflon.
intj; .M;M;: i' lnic- il t!hi- u.. "Y,'Ai d;.li't aiiirry that widower with
I- ,i- ti ,I:.'liii- you i 'id a WlE;'MiP ll; ItlI4SN s'veIi childr-u'?"


.1- -eia-'eii. <: tv.' year. --
M~Ite Mai Hallntaik andl Mr. Frank
A n,, t t .' ii .*-ts regi'Ater("d at th ,i
,- t thii- m-orniza-g wer Mrs. Itadelift Unilet in Mart image.
H ll-ni hi.:1:1. iu.u-laud and daughi- 'Thlie marriage la.-t night at ,t o'clock
1 .! ,-:. Tllen. Tent. of Mi- Mai. elde-t daughter of Juid te
SA .Hardwick and wif of Hir- anid Mrs. 4 ;eo. 'S. Hallmark, to Mr.
.":.. and WV. J. Vinev o0 Frank B. Radelifflatthe hioine of the
Siii [ll.., art- ani.Ong twhe' Alabam- bride's pirernts, was an event of
..i-t-retd at the Lewi- house. especial iateres;t to the large circle
-.1 William-, cl:arged with of friend.- and aequaintanees, of the
I* r. and Jo-ehpltan Williatm-. iinte-rested parties, but was attended
,.*1i wittI larceny. are recent a"nly by their: immediate relatives;
a itiiate- iof lde-riff Suith's I,,- antd a few close friends Rev. Per-
cival H. Whaley. rector of Christ
church,i otliiated. and the attend-
S.-' I niversalist church. Ea-t ants w-ore Miss D)aisv. the bride's!
-. stret. services Stday. 11 a. .-ister. and Mr. E. I. ( uina.
I ir Need o1f ,od.'" 7::;,1 p. ., Thti- happy raOoinu is a Kentuckian
Iiay ,,f Judgm-at.'" Rev. R. by birth, and i- employed as yaid-
\!I tle-r. ha-toi,. master <'f the L. & N. iR. R. at this
('lyvde. Wilson. formerly place, arind his fellow einployee fair-
-'lrk',of tti- E-('aitbla. i- aoesw ly overwhelmed the couple with nu-"
,rk of t." "t-erchtiant-. viCe 4' .*rtrous alualile and appropriate
Sit. :ndidate for couuntv -tr- bridal gift-. which were supplement-
,:.ld,.nt aof -('iool-. ed by many others from admiring
relatives and friends.
: .\'.,e-' reni-di,-..-cough <(ur-'. The wedded pair left last night
remedy and Witch Hazel for a wedding journey via Montgo -ll
.r for -sale by H.nnah Bro-, ery through East and Houth Florida,
i : tralt-at,. Peach. b'ee lo i'al aid ,,oil their return will iegin hoous'-
', '-' t il till- i U, u-. k,.pitng in their new residence at
:, ar ,'w will b- S:tm .lon.- It "v 1" North Ale niz street.


l.;,rid.t a ( '; i; taniU tu and tl!,-
\ will In t ll tI U'uIo ua .,'O flit
: ;;. x ,! ,,n i'lt ,y >1 *
A \ '.. 1. ,..vldei d. A Il;,. tillm I-
;- com
-t''ra ~!< l al- al t- Coli-
.-.I* ;at the-' weather ture'taui.
:!i 1- 'ciitral in I tt 'l'T ex:.-\
'.a-t-tiortiheaH-t. Higl e,:t-'-
I-:. w- Witht raIa Ill:y b< \xit'-t-
o,-night.
H iIdwin-Melville Cio. play-.d
"i-'i:~ i <.f Liberty last nigh ti a:
-I -mall but appreciative atiril-
I iuls afternoon tiWey are play-
S'ele-brated Case and to-ntit at
will present the Devil's Mznes.
Srrow night they will gjva,

: i t' S. Ste'rritt has been ..
S .' th- Ladies' Aid Society tos
I.- -Ii Iii novel ettertainiieti ts I
S- M r- Hall, March :o0th. :
1 t." iitatiqons aItd shlad-
iig. are' ,otlettling new and
S-: alike to oldi and vyoun ig
- i' 11 n ving pictures- wiil clo,,- -


FI-li to His I).enth.
ATLANTA, March 22.-Charles Beane.
11 years old, fell from the banisters of
the steps at the Young Men's Christian
assiciatton binding Wednesday after.
noon at 5 o'clock, sustaining injuries
from which he died three hours later.
('arollom RaIlroad Sold.
YoIKVI.LKLE,. SC., March 22.-Pres.
dent W. A. Barber of the Carolina atai
Northwestern Raiiroad company has
buagjht the 1.000 shares that York
county owns in that corporation at $~60
a share.
Three Large Stores
Full of FI'RlNITI'IFE. The fira'-t
line of VWalinut H -dri~im NSuites e ver
-hown in Pensaac I:t. Pretty. neatly-
finithed l9tINI oak B-droom Suites at
all price-. Ia tattin ai;d ('obbler Seat
lRock<','ik bia rimd little, cheap and
)igh. I.,o,k rat tten1m.
"a. M. PRYOR'S
Ittarzain Fiurnishiinmr, H-oue.


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Ju-l t. tat, Ire of a "'farm. r's t ae"
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SFORiBES STORE.




I IF O- MI ON l

0k \\We can supply you with everything from Stylish
C4 ) Dress Stufis. at really moderate prices to a spool of thread
or a paper of pins-whalebones, needles, skirt buildings.
dress linings. buttons, and everything else in the notion line
at just the prices you feel you ought to pay.


5 6000 yds Hamburg Embroideries, (on center counter)
S6, 10 and 15c yard.
50 pes 31-inch Shirt Waist Percales, 8 1-3c yard.
50 pcs Figured and Stripe Piques, 15c value 8 1-3c.
1000 yds Standard Prints (dark colors) 10 yds 40c.

I W. J.A B. FORBES.
f -A A&mna &&SsanA W&"~na


JOUR


THE PEOPLE'S STORE,


A.


Schwartz,

Proprietor.


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PANT8 !sNEW ARRIVALSig
OUR first announcement of New Arrivals of Spring


Apparel. A generous assortment, large variety
Said about 500 pairs of of colors and styles to select from of T.adie' Waists
long legged, sort legged.
slim, fat, pussy, bow Ve carry all linds; the largest assortment in the
legged, straight legged city of well known brands. Among them the famous
all sorts of legged gar- -
ments, as they got out of .. (l' fllon flan,, "" famous for fit, style and finish-in
the boxes and up onto
our clothing tables. fact the best fitting Waist in the land. This fact no


600 pairs of pants in one
day is a good many, but
what about them? Some
are a dollar a pair, good
cassimere pants. Some
are two dollars a pair,
good cassinnere pants.
Some are three dollars a
pair. good cassiuntre
pants. Some are two,
three and four dollars a
pair. good worsted pants.


WE DO NOTI


buylpants for adver-

"purposes-to sound


We huyf ood panic


pants that are made

good goods pantss provide

withl"all the comforts


1 oine; front pockets, w watch

pockets, (to watch your


money pockets


case ffour wife wants to see

if she is getting half of

your in come) pistol pockets

tand refreshment pockets-


WE [lI ALL *






aolid as a rock. plain or fancy pat
t,-rn- for $2.50 that will keep an able
bodied man busy nigints and days to
wear them out in ai ye..r, arid fi r
:I.(11, some new fancy ea-sini:-ret
p:iatts. lapped -"ealn- .ontd creased


WHY, SAY!


We sll all i ur v or-ted
pants for $41.;N that are -iraiplv great.
Patronize our Pantry. it p ry,.


dealer or customer can deny.


You forn 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: ".S: i. CII.:\' .AX)
THIRI-VY INCREASE Till BUSINESS."


New
Arrivals!


S119ND EMRMOinDIRI NewS!
HBU fflKUH~BEOArrivals'.


Our Centre Table- art, roai.ing beneath a irooedly shal.,re of the New,-t
Thin-.: in Laces and Embroiderie-.
-. Edgii,n and I: :ertioil, Hamburg Edgii.g .and lnserti'ii
Valencia Lace and Insertions.
.Miacline Torchion Edging and Iii-t-rtioi.
(iermai n Torclhoun :-'.|i i 'g, Ap;liqiie LIta,' anid Insertion,
P.'i:nt d'.* Spret. Oriental and Plt V':tl. I,a ..a-.
1,0 n .,iia nt;s H.ini 1i)a Edging. six yard ,ingth-., w aili 7 .w. to go at i5c.


Sweeping Sale of Muslin 'D*derwear! *


One Lot Child's Drawers. h leinne.l and tucke.. s-ize- I aInI 2, :at...lOc pair
o Sizes 3. 4, 5 a'ld ;. only.................................... ........... 1'c pair
Of One Lot 'htild's Trimmed Drawers at ('oN-t M;rk.
Ontie Lot Child's Trinmmed Gowns at ('o'-t Mark.
ed ()ne Lot Child's Trimmed Skirts at (Co'* .Mark.
One Lot Misses' Timined Gowns ;it Co( t 31..ik.
of One Lot Ladies' Trimmed Chemise, worth :t.,c ftor.................Wc each
'One Lot Ladies' Trimmned C'ambric Chieniise. worth 7.'* for.......45c each


N ,'ne Lot Odds and Ends',
In Ladies' Skirt-; and Gowns to Clo'eO ()ut at Cost MIark Price.


DeFUNIAK


SPRINGS.


Two lirs from I'P. ~Is la vii L. & N It. I.
Seat of the Florida Chautauqua n,'w in Session
Until March 27th.
]F'finest Resort in Western r1orida.. <
H i- gh -t A !t'lt ai t' St: a I' lu \ : 'a r ..l Ia t-. i. i:; ('limnate.
THE BEE T CF 1k, PDA' 0T HJX"1T (.AUTAUOUA.


MAK7OOM


For Our Fine and Er:'.ensive Line of


Spring


Goods, :


JUST HRECEIVE D !. N, .vr,*'Lif 1! 1.. s
a Shrirt~a. atul lJnio. ''.. 'f iL t-. ri ~t~ ''.i


Still have a f', w f ; !. -r ,:".- :-,1'- -,' :-
wt i lc I a; l -..(' !lfi ; .. ',1-'I i '.r, I '
I.'JA. l- J. AI. A ,. :.- .
otlt. !-,


' I I. :; r k ti -i zr.-.
;. *: . at 75, t a n'l,-


~::-JCS. 3OLIMAN.
l'-:PL~ A ,LA A '.t


J. M. HILLIARD


THE


LEVY- POU


CO.


The Bil Dm Town Clotfier?,
ftnO KI1 R PoAlof/v fi..


& CO.,


-Manufacturer- and D;, al r- iih-

Carriages, Buggies, Wagons and Drays.
0E BRepairing Attended to Promptly..=t A
30 EAST ARDEN ST. : : : : : PENSACOLA. FLA


Roses-O- nations.


I am selling the p oi act of the ltdfemont snd IHighlsnd Park Ga-flenq of
Mortgomery. and on t v.- ve hoesa' notice can furni.zL any amount of Cut Flonera
'and i)esigns wanted.
i Carnations 73c per dozen, Delivere I
American Beru :es S3.30 to S1.93 par <(ozn,l
i All 0 her R)-es $1.50 to $1.75 per 'czen, to ycU
I ing Phone 329. MISS VIOLETTE MORE= 3.
1! w4 uto d'. Wr..s


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"'No; I ciouill hai, married the wid-
a\\wr all right, Ilut I couldn't make up
mriy minial to marry the, seven children."
- Philhh lrh.l iShl T -legrailh.l.


\o t(-rnuilon to Make a Wry Face. l'f'
I irrt Y' n; I.Lawyer-Semple got his
tirt < a' last ni.. Ight.
S.-'inl iYuan.L: awyer-That so? tisinlf
W h:tit kind ,f : ,.a-.o i.s it?
First Young I.:Lwyvr- It's rye.-New ch eap.
York l'ress.


Tante or i'arsimony?
Closennan-After all I imuch prefer a
pitp' to a ei ,:tr.
"Franklin i--Yo Iica>n that you enjoy
.iviNTIL monet*'y nimore thaIn you (10 smok-
ing, tl,'lco.-Isto, Transcript.
Accurately "Stated.
YVl-,l rIU sherli.&t's?"
.Muilsa- No: I am slowly dying there,
thiugh.- Indlianaolis News.
By a Farmer'. WIfe.
mrin. t if he. rf a farming r's wife
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THE DAILY NEWS: PeNSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 1900. 7


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ST SHA DOW
Cf IHTH SPHINX.

Srthe Year 1899 In Central
I r- le :'-ps Back to An-
i-l.t Times In Egypt.
;'.;.$ ^^-- *- "
* '.re-d antral park from Fifty

.. u .u.--It t to thie olw li'k n ,>on
hIl..' S-;id lia. "Thlie i,. r,
a ire- so i::;~h c-hl'anr'r just [l-
::r< -it t-r'Ily In t ,ado\ "
S.;'rid ,',iur steps
S1.,,\ I a:k ii i.i t ) o interest<-da in
*, .' ;,!. I said. sniling "not so
S-. ,I I :imn iIn uigLlua" ,she
;. u\.< .l!y u 'u oU. for iu-

* -.,l wny.
.1 '" h .. ... *1 "i\Ve ere l..te
i :, : i
\ ;, :, la-t v.* f.,'e el thi E:l0* ln
: .- li l. tlh : in v :lI aq.i l-!
i- I I ';- I1 leit'e :;clld C:, I ;e-p:i 'c M 1-S t ie IllS e Ipt r 1:-.
i, i % i.. 'lihat et'lwai' a t e h' iU:.'
!. l. ll r, .' ;1i* l .\ til
'. :, t -l' ,-:l i! w hle' she
mwci-l i? t .* iic t- II I Ih:twi e
] ',i ''ci e fe .e el li ,ie i c.nl fi r ;

:,. ,, . site 1 1 .rl u art tI, r
] re.ite eii I.. i -a\ cl>\ e ar c imore for ib'
n..\ 1%. *' [ :l- i than thilie rc al.tien-. o
t*,j (jir ..b to I -arn ic-.
c r: ,.: a..' ii : 1 : haM ii-rT.
i .... ikeld 1straighit ahli-ad at the
,r. : ti l s: .i uitlathin H er u t-oltile

.. 1ct noti<' ! i' i;i;I It \\Rii I wias goilim toc l'r'fer
:.-. !,I t l Eliii't ilItig ii hem niauuer
!n- el,. sih,, cl 't< '. I'i t-,- h Slie.' s ln. p r.ha'
I t;i\ n\ a:.\ll bai :in ii-lliw aticion f rL
-', tlhiii.,." hit saidl c'arnestly. "'1
',t I r !iiil>..r 'lhe-n it lh'gan. My+
: .r -.eu<'e:rilg,'ei it ;inid h'ii|-'ld mea."
-. p.,ieiiit>l Ice the.> sc<;iiHe'd lrn ithu ut'nit
'..it 1:2s now it lihe shatlhdw atid lark
I:..t tleh May sky. "i't is called t'leo
; .'. ii.,eeilh." I-e ) . .- incuch :irli-r. It is aFid to have
SI: Il.it in l ,nior of a princess uf lt!i
\',0..ith lxynasi. It has also lit''ee-
!h:tl he.r lliilnriie< reuliains arte
.1.. 1li-. itAliv atefl tle Metropet li
Sl .: i-l ',.: "I li[hop it Is true. It
I. '. I t-.':nU iful if it w'-re. We will

S n." I lrect. I, "le air
'.: I,.t t.,, ,*tin y ll a l: ttl,. \ ,
: :1-. cV I-turn

," h,: :, .:.ir l I \, iit I' lIlh:' 11ii1
S" I e !...I ta l quiei t. I en" .li :. -' t
-,I .- ai il tic ths Sti er-ct
:. \ l ilt!'t '..1 sh,' ..-e't'ie 'ld si
.. ,- e t !ii i t.t i\ 'e l -t l "she l i;,l
: .. ..It1 I;% ill. She hadt l,, ll

\\ ;--, i a little spring. and. P:It,
-,- .! i .ut oei ef a sima:ill huti in <'iulp
.I -A step farther li onwe foni;,
.'':;at I fa:nc-i.e' that a tlien!,r
!.. ,.,1 I.,; lit. I ur-g'pd her to siv i ni,
;i-,llr:aill-e of r'L:;ard. It was %, ,-v
Se' '.,1 l!i a:. i:tl% 4' were shut in l,

-* ".,;. t I d'e so a ii e eio'r I,,k tiin ;
*it,,I l 1 fi* the |tly l i hl"4-
:. ,. :li", l;:h ly Ito iy slh \-vc.
S:i ltiacl cr'y ot surprie.-
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NI:TH l'.I-trinecapti~an. owmar-
nor *ai-cnoof the- Hr -s
I i--.Ai Bright iv ill ht' r-'Pot-
'-.thic for dectht coritrceacrl b'
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%1.'!THtlK tbo captain.town-
.r'. nor 'e~ino~lgn-% rtvTt!,- ,panl
.. .: 1,j Owill t- rv. .pof-
Stble- for debti~contract-d by
*-% citaid vms[
J. v KUAVCEHVA

V ITH K tit tZucaptain. noa neres
noir eon-ign~e of theltriutisli
Ktt Hplinghantrwi ll th es tPOn'l-
bit- for debt- contracted UY t:li
-aid ve-f-e..


TO A C AVOND.


:, lit. startletl4 cry f!n In Tte
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1"vl .a NU. Lw iieisLrax III,- :lgtiili






Z2INN I-t esteate l ii. ve-I'e'eI i ii3 4
v a *-l IThen*. I ali -roaI ihi ldik te -1K'

-ue y I. start. ba ck qu Iickl.ai Jusr- th





cam" the i 'The k aindrNNNaacbU liito-I

Be y your if onto tos
*indsnzelre pro sie
furomnlMarstort b*kFinchkl. .u


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Nasal

CATARKH
thoold be cleaatem. 4
Ely's Cream Balm
c :-*es. erothe. and h al
': r':r.--< ,arr.anddr ':, -.
i .y cu.d lu the headMI
S-..~k y.
remun Balm i pisced Into the nostrils, prea3tL
nr ritdiate and a cure follows. It is not drying-D.-es
1t:t produce *neezin. Large S.ze, 50 cents at Dr.:g-
W:-t o ELY BROTHERS. S Warren Street..New York.

needle. My arm was tleoming numb
with paln. I must have been pale, for
she looked at me keenly.
"Give me the cup, quick! I will get
you sonime water!"
I remember handing her the little
bunting cup and of seeing her hasten
away. Then a weariness seemed to
weigh upon my lids. and I plunged into
darkness. A moment later I recovered
consciousness and opened my eyes.
Ina was standing before me. No, not
na- Ino fire, the Egyptian'
I was seated by the gates of a ruined
teniple. About us the waving palms.
Beyond them the cobalt sky of Egypt.
Far away, across a shimmering waste
of brown sand, the Sphinx gased out
over the desert as it had done for more
than a thousand years. Even in my
wretcheduess I could not but notice the
rare .-ttling it all made for Ino-firte.
She' wa;s a:tiii'd in the royal dr'ss of
her rank. lHow hlaiit.fil .lhe was! She
C lil ;t1 oiS 0, 'licl, tr.
1 4t l I it Ilr.e lit fart'lhi'.'" shi t- lohal-
1i',. :I ; ti; ; l!'lly IM \\ %I h w w ith lly
Iu 4.l-'1 it 11t m ia kit-s our parthin
h:iiler, i. I l,\e n1 tily t;niii 1.. t.ll i\oii. I hi:t\e- prliaya l to Isis,
ouJ, -%.t 1-ist, o shtlw lil a way Ity
Sl,;' I ..Lbt h :ie Iti ytou. TTo you,
\\ :i..... I,, [i, l;:It ,ivtlroyed her
saI l" iIl 'r1'-1 ,Iit slavery
:111 1 1 : ;;4n< i;,, our lL.: |lt. I have
li I' t h i r I te i a ;il n hiiaie rare sarriti lbut sh. i.- -ilint. .\ Al (iiilies of Egyjpt
ILNIVy i:!I \'-I. withi the llyksos,- the
helnihl'N. l hi:und would witlhe'r if
I ,;.x, it to ) \ u, q Ity lu\'" b'e-'e-ill(; :s

1 \. tin!etdl to protest. but shle to-
t tio 'il l!i*' e- il'illec''.
"'1.i met 't1" .il. 1 ni htil I t 1 1:1li i i':iy !e tlit. Saliliix f11r
pjeac 'l tfIl.'ti; l' lin'ss. a plaldace % h il.'re' I
uiii.t y li'il il.'% it' apart and ldie. 1. a
liriitie',s iof -;:ypt. w hlic 1ve lovetld OIne
oif Ill' lia.,i!t la,- :1imt :u i v w killing to 'liv
bt :i'- If it .\ind y\ l.u I ani ltva'c!
you \:;11 statntl liy my iv i r atil knIow
that I \- tAilthtul. And whelnl I 1n!l
wratli.,l illn svet' lalhis and spie's foti
tiet '.-l ili r tou 1 will lrin; thei sa .'--Il
cl'ar;tlf'eiis ani d lai -'. it upou Iliy lah'art.
ThroughI it w- shall live aIaill. Sioult-
IV! t'i s..lli' tilit'. The'ey e rs of w\ iit-
tug i :;1 Ula e I, ioli., but they will p;,:i.
and i'elih:il, thelu lliht gous 'will bt. nuore
kinI "
11,r :rinis were aboi(,t e2 iiy neck for a
ilul:l-iit. TIhe'l slit, slipl-led fronmi myl
ellTl.iace.' and I could not follow her.

N12i!.t in E;:gy'.p Tihe lh'a\i' s swa ;i;i
'ig \\lith str;i Ua1:l the \\ :ti1 iii iit\\;i t' i II io i fo t. l:.:iakilug lIl S0iii'1l.
I lb:I-TIe.i ji :l:i t; l .t i'il thel i bl'it;il.1 ,
'If Itr ITI .111.1 t"i 4 lil i- 'l
: ; al.1--I thl' lel .-'l, tle. ell e,.t' si.'tlt fell
t1 '.r -tlir< o 4t X\<.;- ll driftiug. salld
44 c' 1 il "- in ;;I t' i. t i here'. S li,
i.i', .; tl li.;t l ic. w Wit w ll l i- o ll r r. ,
U |' a: i T-- ill 1 n I : tii lilivi 15s
1t.l. :,l. ie l' -t :ar,' \\ :i.;a>l. yat. tht' :way
-,',! S I .nl. I't;. :iel li, I step ilnt, a
tie l'l ol dari.. M1 f,. ;st<'els !..::l'ike .
S ".';'" I n:;) in It,* -haoi. w of th,'

S i **ie', p el'h I1:1 l-;>'lln. F'oi':n be3
tV\ 'iI Iir uil ; it Iir ipia>\ s li\\ ,',;!iil. l i- ':,. \, t u' of lit, lirte
e: i-yi.i. Ilhl \e eirlt ii!e clear and
dist linct on th, s!t;l nioiIlit air.
"I S'phiu:x" ? hit iwans. "Thou hast
l,.,kecl tho,',u ui.,n our l'Egypt for a
ti ;;'eii yl y ri : T.'. b'h i vio e hIast re-
,.aint'.d f,.rv-er l.aniigele.ss through our
glery a:uil unr shli::ine'. Who didst be-
lihoIl my s-e\'.e-t iii i.nLyt', my happy girl-
boail look ,lo\vu anil pity nit tonight
a-i "i iiTrro\ e .\Aul ( Sphinx. if thou
!:i.t llt.- lie',t r I pray thee to send rue
I* a,.t.* l'.-,, ',.tf:luht~'i: It tlt:it wilt.
,l.calih S LIi til- aolliviu. .I Srliinx,

.-,il^-'r :1 iiny s -,,tl.ih s dost till lhi
Il.t ,f seisie firi off sunrise shall re-
: ..'ell till- 'tri' ketn lifee."


A Day of Delight!

Everybody Co


WE HAVE THE ONE YON WANT!
WheKther you want a big one-,
4n mall ioni. an expiensive or a chliap 0on-.
We have a great variety for le.st of them tare luxurious. t1 hi ciihetapest
tire gKood.
l)W LI.ING. S k)lt RENT.
No. 2c- V'a*-at <*c dsdrIl .tr 1tory i $'.'5.e i
N,. -- East Church street, 5 rornli,. i I
-tory iii ar M'vi'lll qlutare ].:ii1
No. 1,i l l it 1'2th street. rownii- I .lst
H I ll i. ,,
No..7 We t C'lin i s tre-t. 7 ronll is.
i furn- tid .P1
#i l troryi t e5.,e I
No. 17 Wi.t tiGovrtiii-ii, t -t!r,',.t. e


Dme


A Fell ani Superb Preramiime:
11:30 a. m.-James Y. Fair, I). D.,
G(eorgia's Popular Orator. Donna
Adair, the Sweet Soprano.
2:30 p. n. -Rogers' Orcheotra.
Hunting Scene.
3:uo00 p. m.-Rev. Sam. P Jones,
"Get There and Stay There."
7:00 p. m.-Grand Concert, The
Davenport Quartet, Donna Adair,
Soloist. Chorus of Entire Assembly
1'aient under Prof. Frank Staytoni
Thomlpson, Director. Moving Pic-
tures.


MUSIC ON THE T.AKR.


The Greatest Day
EVER PRESENTED TO
WESTERN FLORIDA.


Nti. N rii -i:>(a ir.!. .7 re. I -. un LY 50 CgNTS Flor the Round Trip
t, a r,tryi 1 ; IrOlll U l im 'ln P.- tsacolit or
No. hl 2 W mt t'-lin rei -r t. : iiin. liver .Junction and Interlimedialt Mtaltions-,
SI strv, I" ,- 1 ty Special Trains. Cheapest anitd Iot Ex-
Noi ., \%'.-t W r.:i ht -1'.1 --t .. rI..e:-:-. r 'ir,.lon in the W orld. t': I LI. EN ***.
-tIl\ i re .1, 'Truiiiin do not leave until after Eve-i ii s i*s-
No4. .3I; f I tlt (iov-' ilIKlt-hti; -. t .I shion.
ro 11A. I e t .t 1
N 1. k W ,*- t l .a ltu r. t 4 r <,i -. 1 | . 4
WtMI.t,, '."'.o GOVERNOR'- I ISLAND, N. Y.
* ,. :;I ;' Wt' II-t,,,t. ;+ r^l,'ll-t,,r a 7,,. H ., M arch 2", l 90-S- aled pro-
,ral ,li a, I pi ls, in triplicate, for furnishing
vim. t'all t. II. /' ,/ r : i Iftie required in Dept. of the' East,
-urniig 1!11, will be received here and at
TOS ,. ullat0o FO o ,st;disd station indicated in in-
S '. "* \ ,tructim.cas i-sued liere under, until 12
DAM ., A,.ril i.). I NqI). U. S. relprve!
R -AT. ESTATF. .i !itto rej-et fir a'vept aniy orll
Rental and Insurance: :ll, or a part ther)f. In-
R~ental and insurance L,.,;,min frlurnislht-doil application.
AGENTj i' .iivl dpeS pont, ini1 ilropo-a will
N be ll(ndor.-cd. "Propos;i.I- for Fil-I at
No. 1 South Pailafox Stre:. -- JAS. M. MOORE. A. Q M.
PEN.SA


TIB 01IIIAL KITUTAIRE IAIaL I oI0g,



8. A. FRIEDMAN, Prop.

AGENTS FOR

High-Grade Liquors.
SIIVER BROOK. P1iVAIT: STOCK HBEN HARDIN SOUlR MASH.
VFRY FINF: 'RTIEDMAN'S CELEBRATEED OLD PR'VA II
STOCK. 12 YEA RS OLD: (OLD) ILK VELVET. KEN-
TlCKY'S PERFECTION OF PURITY. AND
I()T.' OF OTHER BRANDS WHICH
6'.\CE WILL NOT PERMIT
TO Ma'ENTION.

r'"Tie iLar.,--t an Id f-t S.-l-ctod Stack of Bottle W.hi-ky aniid
Wine, for Family I -e.
THE JUG TRADE IS OUR MAIN SPECIALTY.
SW \Also Agent for the F amoui- Pab-;t Milwaukee Beer. Free Deliv-
ry to every Part of the City.


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NICOLA CASSA,
RESTAURANT---0 Yb'1- S.

Friti, Cailiies, Veletctllr,
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PENSACOLA. FLA.


Telephone 1714.


TIME TABLE.

LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.
IN EFFECT JANI'I-Y ". 1'-:7 .


wavering emerald stars. Then. milS9-
Ing softly, an asp starts to glide back ,
into the sl;dow. Now it is all clear. ; KIDNEY DISEASES
stretch forth my Land to the :r-p:l'.
"St'l:" I cry. "It is for both"'
Again' tile sh'.rp ,, .in my ,thub, ae the moSt &Iol f all .
Fhoots up y arm like l re.

Some one was l:-iath :ing y fe antl
calli. is,.;, nal.e tt.;: ll'. 1 .,p-Ui rl U|iit Rlpnl
mlly eyes. It was l:.-i ::iy Ina-wiath
the little htuntin.; cup in h,.r haun.
"oih. I have een so fri:,IhtltnA: she or OW IrdtfiideL xta
sclaime-d. and lookedl ait ine beseech- eds O id by Ci
Ingly. I did not ind tln sring right
aw:,y. n'dd when 1 clint l.ack just v ow
with the water you were un,-onseious kbdey ad ladder ZtouDle.
and talking strangely. lOh. I hope that I PRICE and $1.00.
horrid beetle bite h::s not poisoned W. A. D'ALEMBERTE
you!"
"On the contrary." I sr.iled. "the
palli has almost entirely gone. nd I Smoke DURHAM Ci-
would endure far greater sufferin-g for a
this. I have waited for It so long." s at D"Alemberte'.
By and by we walked back toward "
the uniuseum together. She did not re-
mind me of my promise. Lut our steps
bent in that direction. We enteed and
passed into the E.- pt.ian room. Hler
hand lay tenderly upo n my arm.
"She for whour the obel:sk" was built
lies liere." said Iun. -AT THE-
We approached one of the glass n-AT T
closures, wherein lay a richly decorat-
ed cartonnage and the embalmed re- f Rffl A RN AR A I I


A[LiGATOR


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pac iacn


SALOON,


Opposite U'nion Depot, Telephone No. 4;.


W. C. NORMAN, Proprietor.


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SOLE AGENTS FOR


PENNLAND RYE WHTSKY,
BROOKHILL SOUR MASH.
YELL- WSTONW' RYE WHISKY,
DAIRY MAID WHISrKY.
ATLANTA BREWING COMPANY R
CELEBRATED BEER-KK.S A. BOTTrLE.S.


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0-PROPRIETOR OF--

CRONIfS SALOON
o--DEALER IN--o

Imported and Domestic Wines, Liquors and Cigars.

JUG TRADE A wrs:U AT-TY.
Corner Belmont and DevilliArl Sta. PENRACOIA. FLA




McMillan Bros. Co.


Coppersmiths,

General Metal Workers.

zTUat aftacffrers of and Headarters for k


Celebrated McMillan Seamless Turpentine Still,
C io" MtO a Ma"i, M rMfilg i h th ui.

MOBILE, ALA.




H. H. WICKE.


Plamber, Gas and Steam Fitter,

No. 5 South Palafox Street.
All Kinds o. Plumbing and Ga0 Fittlngs Matsrials K -pt rc Hand


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HALL & KLEIN'S



Mammoth Retail Grocery,

502-504 SOUTH PALAFOX ST-,
Tlelephoxxo 808.

W 'Patron-, N,-w and Old, are Cordially rnvit,-d to Vi-it and Inspect
their Iniiiese Stock.


A. M. AVERY,


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I0 I0 IMPORTEB AND JOBBER OF
)nico Hotel and Restaurant I-ard.w a e,

ALL ORDERS SERVED ON SHORT NOTICE Iron, Nails, Axe, Shoels., Saw Mill and Steamboat Suppies, Cooking
AT ANY TIME AT REASONABLE PRICES. and Heating Stovm, Paint, Oils and Window Olas,

t looms for Rent by the Day, seek or 0ooth. Agaote ad Tinware and Houseftnga ee
311, 312 lerth Tirrfalia trust, ippnlitsi i lii pt G ans, Pistole and Fishlnl Takle.
O-Teiephome 68.-0 j AGENT for Birmingham Rolling Mills Company, Revere Oiant
----4GEO. WILSON & 00.,-- Stitched Belting, Northampton Emery Wheel CompanyL, atin a Band
Don't Forget to Stop With th F at Man Powder Company, Johnson's Kalsomlne, Iron King and Bck's 8toves
and Ranges, Wm. Coupse C o.'s Raw Hid Lace Leather, Mawry'se Bady
FREiH ItEGETIBLE RECEIVE NILT, H311M iU l RETIL Made ailro color..


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L':15 p III !'-:-5* it Ig L Z Ar v. +1Fc'm f, t' A, r~ve C, p)lit 225 a III
4:12 p In :":u.) a tit Arrive.. .. M b.hI ..A rrive 114-4)n I? a I g bt
SA) p im 7:4oa ait it Art lvi No* I prit-4n1- Arrive 7 :.%ba titi 7:46 p m
6: -:-1 p in 'C;10 ailit A rrive M on eoiz ifey. A rrive II :2) 5a111i 1 *1pII)pIn
r;7aaIn 7:ot p iM A rn I-.- Na- h1 iiMe- Arrist 221ftIn vlla eaIII
12::.5 noon *2'' fa III Am% Lout-% ii'.. Arrive' to:-12 pm111 .:-1a mnt
4:16 u in 7:sk5 i n tm ineir 'nC r int ii I .-eet- 5 &\p In 11:4 p m

BET wzzat PENSACOLA AND JACIKSONVILULE

No.-21. No 3.o.2 ec !
I I:5M niJg Itt 7.m a in ..........!ni~a1:101 p In c:Ml p
1'-:6.4 night 1 7::,* a III- M II toll I 11:2 1 o5nt:2 p m
4:141 a mi 1c:-5 a rn DeFuninak tpriiigci p:Ip n 1:0) p rn
61:101 a I 1(1:3% a II ...(hipley .uIp 11n 12:57 p m
7:110 a m 11i:1.18 111 arainnai _.- c:J'ep In 1:!:46noon
.:15 a 111 12:165 noon Itiver Juniction -,:;II p in 14)::10a m
........... 1:43 pm 3..h~ba~~ .: &3 p m
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AND MOST POPULAR BRANDS OF







IN WOOD AND LASS, LARGE OR MMfALL QUANTITIES


mains of a woman. Topigether we pass- 1 & Iz IflAUI1AUUA
ed around to tie lcend of theli a-s. T''Len
I barely refrained fromti crying out. On
a little black Iplaca:d \vis paile;;d in
white hI.tters the nI llan. lul inte." Deualk Sprilis, Flrima,
lna looked iup at nie i.lle : iri:,'!y.
"Yoi u.sit have heard tIe sory." she Saturday, March 24th.:
said. "It is the 1nanie ou s' l' ke up '
there ii non'li m -Iti is ."
"Ye's." I a:i a \t'werdl. "'t 'ciltIs liack to
tie 1now. ett it was all so long a; go *
had forgotten.'" Black Vil at Exurso

I will repair your watches and
jewelry iu fir.-t-class ,tyle. J. I. ) Of the SeaSon. &
Stephens.


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4 THE DAILY NEW: PENLACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 23,1300.


THE DAILY


waegs at the Poet Offle
l%.Oa SeOoad-clas matter
OrmCK: Pitt Kuilding,. 2:
fsa stet. p-stairs.
PUBLI3HK[D
THE EW8S PUBLIC
Tonsm-Invariebly in
0 TTear by Mail ......
aX Moatbe ...
Th1 Mlouths
,@me mouth
e Week, by Carrier. paya

THE WKCICa(J
P W ehed every Friday a
tests freee*
TELEPHONE NO
Maiw-itg afW FWrnished





?JBiAOOLA. MARC]

PRECKTC DBLUE
The Mays DemocratUe Clu
hassdorsed tbe following
i lefrom the city precine
aSete County Conventloi
reslsto. April 14 and ask
v a hearty support by th
rrseet 12-C. H. itnglet
bias. Wm. Bazztll, J. 1). Ma
wr" too.
rtloct 1i:-W. A. Blount.
Joea Christai. J. Go.
Prwcinet I4--(4o. l>rown. J
J.B. Mo(Gaugbhey. John Pfe
rectinct 1.'-E. H. Putnar
Was. Sennett,J. E. Abercron
Dunhaim.
rlberf. appear to 1.- no lou
that Hon. K. W. Itavi will I
ce s r It e-(.ugr<- 1 hire hi
nor is it at all probable thatI
at.any senrou" oppoJit ion to
tears now stand. all indication
bhis nomination by acclami
election by t he largest major
a democratic candidate for
this district.-Gainesville tsi
What. then, has becon
Clark's tender little
"**Bb" Davi-' place?
a-bornin "?
Ev ERB citizen of Pel
heartily applaud the wi
cressive action of the cit
its last meeting in prom
the necessary appropri
funds on hind, as shown
port of the finance con
five new fire hydrants fo
sion ordered of the w
westward on Garden
streets, for renewing t
box drains on gardenn
which, after advertisemi
had been received). and
construction of the fire
police call service system
quisition of the hoard
safety for a conveyance,
fires. for the chief of the
meat. was referred to
committee and will doul
ported favorably and a;
for at the next nieeti
council.


nation from
i by the re-
nriittee, for
3r the exten-
rater mains
and Chase
he decayed
street (for
ent. no bids
for the re-
E alarm and
m. The re-
i of public
to and from
fire depart-
the finance
btles be re-
ippropriate-d
vg of the-


THE democrats and populists aof
Nebranka have unanimou-ly aigreJ
upon a platform. which includes the
reaffirmation of the Chicago qIlat-
form in toto. and which i- said to
have received tlie full approbation
of Mr. Bryan. If this c,,ur-e will
result in a democratic-or fusion-
victory in that -tat,, thle Ipric' to le,
paid for poplin-t co,-oper:ition may
not be considered exce-.sive; but a
local policy like tIthat net d not he
erngrafted uptona ti- policy of the de-
mocracy at larae. The C(hica-,o
platform is what split the demro-
cratic party in l.SIN;. It will have
the same effect in liNi. Tlie popu-
list vote gained by its adoption was
notenough to overcome the di-allec-
tion in the democratic party cau-ed
by it. Why not have a national
platform for all democrats, whether
it suits the populi-ts or not?
Shall Wo Irgr'rewe


Shall the wople of Pensacola ,' who
should be eager to approve and as-
sist every legitimate project caicu-
lated to increase its trade and popu-
lation, enhance the material inter-
e-ttsof its people atdi invite the 1:n-
vTetment of outside capital in th!"
development of its acknoIIwledL.ed
industrial and commercial adivaii-
tages. unite, in taking lthe t-ce-ary.
steps to bring about 0t:h- lare--t
measure f1 pro-perty. rslyth aiid
progres.-? Or s nall they remain
quietly indilfere nt toe the logic of
the it;uatioeni, hhanton all elTort tio
keep the wtie.ls of progress i!n active
motion anrd be indolently tonteont
within the tI -rt'h of advaniceintiit t iat
is going on in -pite, of tieir negli-ct
and indifference-. when it mi-!'t. by
a very *-licht. united fort. r ;ltiply
the rate of proigret-s manny hundred
fola?
Let u- take a lesson from a neigh-
bor, possessing in far less degree the
natural advantages which we claim.
and, perhaps. for that very reason.
p~tstripping us in the race for com-
mercial and industrial supremacy.
Mobile has a live, active, enthusias-
tie commercial organization. who--
secretary recently mentioned as
wome of the results of its ef-
forts. the following: Large increase
in the volume of foreign trade, to, the
xtsent of deflectin-g much of that
dur rrw-%a&a^PAd hrI N A (] Or) a-n n


a bottle of Chamberlain's C('ough
Remedy. which he hoped would give
some relief until the doctor -hould
arrive. In a few hours he returned.
saying the doctor need not come. as
the child was much hb-tter. The
druggist, Mr. Otto Scholz, says thet
family has since recommended
Chamberlain s Cough I Reedy to
their neighbors and friends until he
has a constant demand for it from
that p-irt of the country. For sale
by Hannah Bros., 21 South Palafox
street.


COOPER & Co's SHOW.
It is) One of the Iest iP'.pular PriTce
Attractions on the Rload.
Cooper & Co's Railroad show ex-
hilited here last night to good bu-i
ness, and all who enteredd the toriit
felt well repa.id. for it i- a gm d!
-how and well worth the price off
admission. All that it lacks in elah-
!irate circus lparapher'nalia and mull-
tiplied rings i- n-ide- up by good act-
inh and special leatires. Thie Jap-
anese jtiu:lers are a- good aaw ev.r'
se--n I t-re. The c(<,tortionin t-i and
tumlliing, feats are high cla-s and the
lady with the iron jaw and the
trained donkey are both str'.z;g at-
traction-. Exhibition- to-day and
to-tmltorrow at 2:.1 I artd p 1:I. Tick-
ets L2. cilis tor adults and 17, cent-.
f-r chlldlr a-n.
At thie matinee to-neiioriow a -"-W"
i-'l bill will b ) pl)re- cited for the ben-
* fit of the ladies and chiildrni.


Wh\'re c:m you invest mon1,t yv more
proitahbly tha i by buyin:l a bo.tle i'!
Prh Kh.V AsiH Br'I'TEI., you vet
fo.l: for ,on(e. A kidn'y u i-diclin.
a iiver tonic. stomach stronlthener
and bowel cleaner. Four medicines
lor on,' dollar. Soad hiy Hannaih
BRIo-.
(l\i-; hIIM .A ii:Sr.
T Irly i !c.1 l: d :
'Tie Pens-acola Pre-s. ever ready ;o
hlpti tle poor and those whoa ar. irI
their agony, in its i-.-ue of 'i hlrs.lria
March 22. sav-:
"**Te friend~ of A. H. D'Ale:hber:.
were gllad to s-'e hinm out y-: u'eri '
from his recent iltines. >While I-'
:d ,I:o, l ,.)ik abll- tio bh oum 0 I I.
y't 1.'* put in. a g i'od day'- v:- ''. : -
c- iITuin-f -r t.ix-- t 1M -. 1'. e'';i-
I' i< if a ot)eu t 'Wolko l '' 'i-. ;at:'l
-. ,,ubi Ii-1 ; U-t ) n i s tpki ait ; ii
*.:Irl Ida.ttc li- l,-- th! V (':1' to e
hliiin pl.av"l aI I i x;* "
A chli:ar't il, -ii22''-.ti ,;-- wi Ort'!,,
re c il:ln einda:tli,,il .i y T V e'. t : v,
bee-n 11 tT red to you. I am r af.1" I.
t.ss p-* you and coi, nm1i1 t!i,- toi.,w-.
ingl Im o- frini Pop-i for yo;ir kin
coni-idel'ation :
oIn f1 nt? i ld t 'un.- tie- u .i ill -i ; I*i *.
fit at ,iaue:a11 to II"'%-.1a.1%u- M
ti L; Z2 iIli it :i k t: Ik 1 'F II'. ItI I u o Ic It r a .
F. B. > BI ,N \ .


II it:r ,ih Ir, '. :Ire am:em nts for 1), -
\V.'"-" (,'on l inre. Isi:rrlo .it R i :-
ely an;d \W itch H:i-'l Salv-. l'!'.e
ztrar.. itee all three of these Irepara-
tions aud will cheerfully r iiund tth-
motlP toy tO arVly oIIe who It- e their
without b.-ing b nefitvd. Price ",
cents each.
FINE bTOCK COMING.
Geo. W. Turton. Jr., will arrive
to-morrow with a large consignment
of Fine Horses. Muit-es and Jersey
Cows. which will be on sale at the
Pensacola Livery Stib.e. 21m3t


Th Non-Irritating

Cathartic
1-' tn otar onear In ntrrata-


George Lee, a colored employee of
Cooper & Co.'s circus, for disorderly
conduct, was fined $7 50. W. Lam-
bert, white, and Pearl Bryant, same
charge, contributed $7.50 and $10 re-
spectively. Henry Aaron, drunk
and disorderly, was fined $7 50, and
carrying concealed weapons, $25 Uo.
Ab. Mitchell, plain drunk, $5.
Willis Freeman, a well-known
negro lad of depraved character.
known as "Pig Head" (not Bad
Eye), who Is only about 10 years of
age, for disorderly conduct was sent
up for (60 days. He is the very sort
or incorrigible youthful critnmiial ior
whom imprisonment and reforina-
tion in the -tate reformatory -chiool
ar Marianna was establiih.-d. The
law creating that int-iitituion says:
"Any court of cm np'tient jurn-dic-
tiru may commit any p'.rsonr over
ten year" and und-r ,-ixtee':i years to
the gi:ardianship of said institution,
when complaint in writi.ig -t:ting
out the acts of said per-on has been'
liile w which con:piaint -iia!l be -.worn
to, and due proot .-hall 1) iimade in
open c',itrt, in the I'prc.'' r- or -; id
person, that he is a pro-per i-ubject
for the guardian-hip ,i l--ii ii tittl-
tion it)n consequellnce ,f I;(,ri i4i!) e
or vicious conduct."


learningng ladie- -kirt- :and waists
is oine of our specialtie-. Star Laun-
dry.
IMiPORTAN' Nor( I(.
To t he (contrnctor itl ntl (nt-nerial! P'i., l' of
P'-liiCttfla ;
Notice is hereby riven tliat :ion and
after the first day of April. i';-. noI
l 'nion mechlianic or labore.i' ', ;ll work
on any building with any non-union
rue1II where thi-ire i-;s ain rauiini.a;tion
f .aiid craft undr-r th'- juri-,liction
of the Ce.ntral Trades ('onuncil.
in'it J. R. JoriJl,'AN.
Five \lacciniiani!.
On T u-dys. 'Ihul'r-dav.s :,iad Sat-
it:rliyv-. from 12' in. to) : '. in.. l',4i-ons
will b). vaccinated freo of charge at
the otiicf. of the State Boaurd of
HeItalth of Florida. No. 9 West Inten-
I,.t.cita street. Physicians of t:ne city
have kindly coni set( d to i'rform
thie s-ervice at the liours i:';tl -d.
WM. K. -.I: ;.
Agent.

Who is Rader ?
He's the Laboring
Man's Friend. He will
sell you Furniture on
the easy payment plan.


MOUNTAIN


MINT TONIC
Everybody needs a tonic t'.se
lazy spring days to drive away that
tired feeling. Mountain Mint Tonic
does this. It invigorates and puri-
fles the blood. It cures the worst
cases of indigestion. It cures per-
manently all stomach troubles. It
makes the sick well; the weak
strong; and it gives one who is all
run down a new lease cn life and a
healthy appetite. Mountain Mint
Tonic has been tried by hundreds of
people in Pensacola, everyone of
whom heartily recommends it as the
best tonic they ever uwed. It does
more than e than w claim fo it. One dol-
lar per bottle, six bottle for five dol-


A special communication
of Eceambia Lodge, No. 15.
F. & A. M., will te held
GQ. Friday evening at 8 o'clock.
Work in E. A. degree. All
visiting brethren frater-
nally invited to attend.
By order WV. M.
L. C. IENN'ETT,
Secretary.
WOOl) WANTED.
Bids are desired for 2,m00 cords of
good pine wood.
22mlw BRIGHT I CE Co.
A Musicale.
The Qenior vrade of school No. I
will give a musicale for the benefit
of the public school library on
Thursday evening, March 29,. at
('Clutter's music hall. Tickets are on
: ale at (COe's book store and at Clut-
ter'- music store. Price Eo cents for
adults and 25 cents for children.
llro,;ram will be published later.

lHave Ycnr PAInthm'
and Paplr HM-anginig done by up-to-
date people, illn an up-to-date style.
by paltrnizing J. E. Ross & Co., No.
11 N. Palafox. Phone ; 32. 21f-tf


Quality.


N( \ er experiment with so important
an article as

CANDY.
It is the Hilih Quality of ALLEN'S
Candi-es that has estabhliishd its
great reputation.
NO ADULTERATION.
A-k your dealer for candy made by

Allen Candy Mfg Go.,
PENSACOLA, FLA.


Who is Rader ?
He's is the Furniture
Man.


CRAND


t SPRING OPENING
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SMTTTTNERY
-AT-


BOWERS & iRUSF


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J W timber and lumber; the recenestab- CRAMBKER OF OMMBHOE V. TATE FAMIERS' INbTILUTE
llshment of a veneering plant; the Elaborate Plan f--r Its Annual Ban. At Lake City April 4, 5 and 0 to Close
-e at Pensacola. early location of a basket factory; quet ext Monrh. !The Instiute Season.
Sthe building, last year, of a yarni Secretary Thos. C. Watson of the FLORIDA ArRICtLTURAL COLLEG.E
1112 south Pala- mill of 6,000 spindles by home cap, AND EXPsar1Xh'T TATI4N.
I' South Pa- mill of ,000 spindles by home cap- Pensacola Chamber of Commerce LAKE ZLTY, Fla., March -, 1,b e
tal exclusively; the recent incor- kindly entertained a NEws repre- My Dear Sir-We are arranging
BY portion of a company to build a tentative this morning with an ac- for a State Farmers' Institute to be
BHING C0. 20,000-spindle cotton mill; the-recon-I t hld hereon April 4, 6 and ( to close
struction of the leading hotel at a count of the plans determined upon the present institute season. Each
n Advance. cost of $75,0; a project forth buildata meeting of the board of direc- day will be devoted to a distinct
........project for the build- tors held yesterday evening for the class of subjects so that persons not
: ... ing of a new, large hotel by Chicago annual meeting and banquet of that, disposed to spend three days with
1 : capitalists, and others. Let every body, which is to be held about the us, may select the day in which
ble Monday in thoughtful citizenformulate in his 10th or 15th of April. Among the they are particularly interested.
mind a list of Pensacola's industries features of the event will be a care- The arrangement will be approxi-
[r NiW : .. ....fully prepared program of toasts, to lately as follows, although the full
S SW and enterprises, and compare it with be responded to by prominent mem- program is not yet arranged.
Lt $1.' per year the above. bers and citizens, and by distin-' April 4, Horticultural Day. First,
We do not need to -organize" to iruished guests who are to be invited, vegetable and truck crops; second,
S118.i produce such results. We have a The banquet will take place, at the small fruits; third, citrus and tree
SEscambia hotel, and, for many reas- fruits.
chamber of commerce which meets ons, will be an event long to be re-: April 5, General Farm Day. First,
on Application. monthly, and a business league. membered, if none of the wise and staple crops; second, cane and rice;,
which tries to meet semi-monthly, elaborate plans in view miscarry. third, cassava and new crops.
Its lat .regula met in. oade.ri, d At this meeting the organization's April 6, Live Stock Day. First,
........_^~~ ls avr .efficient secretary will submit one of feeding; second, dairying; third,
in three city papers for two days, did the most comprehensive and inter-i breeding and diseases.
not have a quorum. Results cannot esting reports in the history of the It is intended that in addition to;
be accomplished in this manner. chamber, comprising a complete sta- the members of our station staff and
R. 23. 1900. To use a vulgar but expressive bit tistical and historical review of the college faculty, the program shall
23. 1900. To use a vulgar but expressive bit calendaryear 1899, gathered with in- include the best and most expe-,
of slang-the situation is "up against finite patience and ability from the rienced practical men along the
GATES as." What shall we do with it? Siti most authentic sources, showing lines mentioned, so that the insti-
Sof acastill, and let others do all and take the growth and progress of the city tute will be a school and great expe-
ticketfor d all or arouse ourselves, determine and port, in every commercial and rience meeting taken part in by the
eta to the all;or aroue oursele deerem-ne industrial phase of its advancement, imen who have been most successful
n to be held at upon active and efficient effort, together with a mass of additional in their calling. All railroads in the
hke the b choose some one or more promising information of signal value and pro- state will furnish rouutd trip tickets
*. >vid h*e- and worthy projects for the better- found interest, not only to the in- for one fare and hotels in Lake City
well, and F. habitants but to the public at large. will greatly reduce regular ivplic-s.
To Hannah our condition and then If any resident of Pensacola im- 'Your presence is cordially i,.v:te-d
bite and w. T work, together, faithfully and ear- agines that its chief commercial and an announcement of the above e
neatly. for its successful accomplish- body is a "back number," and of lit- facts in the interest of the public is
'ifffr and J. E. ment? tle or no practical benefit to the respectfully solicited.
S_____ community, let him prepare to be Detailed program will follow in a
n. John West. -MO disillusiouized by the perusal of its few days time.
nbie and W. A. DEMOCRATIC CO)NVENTION. record for 18SY), as set forth in the Most truly yours.
It Wall be Held at Jacksonville, forthcoming report. Tha province H. E. STO'KBRII,;E.
Ii ofitl falt .i e of its sister organize ition-thie Young
t ownf t act neo. Men's Business League--is tosupple- Presented a Tragedy.
as not e.istd. The state democratic executive meant its work and aid in every pos- Timely information given Mrs.
there will ex- committee met at Jacksonville yes- sible way to promote the business, (eorge Long. of New Straitsville,
)him. A- mat- terday to name the date and place commercial and indu-trial interests Ohio, prevented a dreadful tragedy
Snoit to for o of the city and port, It is to be earn- Ud saved two lives. A frightful,
rnow Poantto folr holding the state democratic estlv hoped that when the time cough had long kept her wake every
ation and hisc -t cough had long kept herawake every
rity .ver given convention, comes to celebrate the anniversary night. She had tried many reme-
r congr-sifrom Jacksonville was named as t!,e of the League, it can make as good a dies and doctors, but steadily grew
UnZ. place and Tuesdly, June 19, a the sLowing, in its special sphere, as the worse until urged to try Dr. King's
n.e of Frank pate Chamber of Commerce. New discovery One bottle wholly
boomlet for Dr. Bull's Couh Syrup banlshes at ore all cured medicine she w rites this mar- ong
Did it "die It is very hard to stand idly by and forms of throat disease, and always effectss lous medcneao cudMr.Lon
ev our dear ones suffer while await- pIrmanient cure. This wonderful remedy of a severe attack of Pneumonia.
the arrival of te doctor. has cured thousands of autTer.-ri from Huch cures are positive proof of the
Ii" the arrival of the doctor. An bronchitis, ioars-.ness and other bronchial matchless merit of this grand reme-
acola will Albany (N.Y.dairyman called at a troubles., dy for curingall throat, chest and
acola will drug store there for a doctor to come -- forcurin al throat chest an
se and pro- and see his child, then very sick THE POLICE COURT. lung troubles. Only 50c and $1.0).
y council at with croup. Not finding the doctor Every bottle guaranteed. Trial bot-
pty nakin in. heleft word for him to coe at A Proper CaseftlieState Iefor nia- tles free at W. A. D'Alemberte'sdrug
.l .aki otice on his return. He also bought tory School. store.


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 1600


DEATH OF OSMAN PASHA.
lreo of I'r Pi-vms P .- Away at the
Age of 68 Yeamr.
CONSTA&NTINOPLL March 21.-Osman


WWU WU lPIAiha, the hero of Pevna and the
greatest Turkish s>itter of recent times,
SMis dead. He was &, years old. His de-
uI ene of Plevn. against an overwhelm
M lItg Russ:a- forcee an lb7t gave Osman
S& I enormous prestige. By the intrench-
ments hm caused to be thrown no he re-
People tainted with ScIrof- ssisol the zustaIs. In three pitched
Sft n battles ne overcame the fiercest troops
ila very often develop con- j 0 ,, On J I., ^ ^
0 of toe cartr armio4. Oa July Its, its76,
sumption. Anemia, ruWing ne ,ndictadt a 1',ss of 3.00oo) killed and
of the ear, scaly rmtions, i., wmaadel on h, 'an a. The next
o ear, s iy; ttle coit th.I I n s i i i.us 137 officers
imperfect digestion, and and ninn..y ,
enlargement and breaking rokktr( .oisn.,,. Arrested.
down of the glands of the NEW O11rANS. March 22. Alfred
neck, are some of the more Clark Goodman, the cotton future
of ScrofulaO i broker, whose failure on the Cotton
prominent of scrolhua symp* Ecange was announced two weeks
tom-ae forerunners Of COn- ago. has baen inditted by the grand
jury for toe tuikspDropriation of $3.000
gumption. These conditions entrusted to him by J. M. Prester, a
can be arrested, consumption reddeat of Comananche, re. Good.
$ prevented and health re- man has ben arrested.
stored by the early use of Will )S'-'i-Ith -,NCgr Q,,..stlion.
SCHATTANXOG14, March 22.-Dr. D. W.
SE lsOo:e of Waco. Iax. has accepted an in-
vitation to address the Southern Indus-
StrAl conveutlto on the race question
saide from polities. Dr. Birriugton of
.Your doctor will te!l you so. the University of Viriui.a and H T.
Keating. edittr of Tu,. R-view at Pnila-
Atali drur-r.sts: s.. ad f: o. deipha. will address tue convention on
) SCOTT &A OW NL. Chrcm.ts. New York. this question.
.innes s-k Ite;u , I, Am,.-rics.
PHIL&DEL'HIA. March 22.-The Red
A Mile a .llmute Down the Alp.. Star line steamship Switzerland, which
The spot in ihe- Swiss .Als that at- has arrived here from Antwerp. brought
tracts the winter saorItsm Is the Ctresia run. at St. Moritz. %which llrst of many thousand fleeing from
i. JUt ,f11114 ill h-,IZTI. "]'he t lOg the cruelty of the government of the
is just 1n$-e 1:1:14 il lv.T The toog- czar of Russia. The party will locate
;:anI1.g sef.ain here lbeginus about the an Minneapolis and in Montana.
middle of Novernm tr. when the first
nzIow falls. The cot;litiion of the run *I think I would go crazy with
is not Ieft to chance. blut the slide is pain were it not for Chamberlain's
plirpartd un hir the direction of a corm- Pain Balm," writes Mr. W. H. Sta-
inittee. Swiss toboggans In contrast to piston, Herminie, Pa. "I have been
the Canadian ones, made entirely of affircted with rheudnatism forseveral
wood. ar. raIsed on runners shod with years and have tried remedies with-
n orti Te e irtn r out number, but Pain Balm is the
iron or steel. The e rt rider lies best medicine I have got hold of."
prone u11.B the toboggan. head fore- One application relieves the pain.
Liost. both hatds grasping the frame- For sale by Hannah Bros., 21 S. Pal-
work at the sides and both feet em- aftx street.
,lnreA Inu dt t I nIr anikp a re Re-


'loIv+e Ui s -eerll i.ron sp|l ro .es are -
<-ured to the toes of the loots. and by
trailing one or the other foot along
th. ground the big sled may be guided.
flut as thoi fashion of steering tends
to d!imln!sh the speed the most skilled
riders :ue the feet as little as possible
and depend up.n u shifting the position.
Tihoulih the Cresna run is a mile in
hIn;ith. thli v 'ioole distance may be cov-
.ere.d In 70 4 seconds. .\t the steepest
iO tlt a ul!t' a im! tl.te is made.
The Dan6Tereom End.
.*.n Ass ,:nc,. nvil>i>d ilimnself In a
I.io's Skin. l.ti ng t l'at he would
ther-t.-.y Es-:.;i An::<. nu<-< from the
Ite't of th,- l:'u:,>- <. s'n'f il l.
I;u:1 ai. :1 Ti=, r an biW> Chlin,. andi
f':.';n' l:. i' alIli.lyv to look as tierce as
l.i.. A..sii ui *** '" tlurmn.l t..- t1. .Ah" sal the l Tiger to himself. "for
<:1iI nlil :lncieut Enemy. the Lion.
1:js rel:axed his usual Vigilance. I'll
t'I' uon hinm from Rehind. and
it. he'll t., a uiineral In thel noruin,."
lut Lis \Vicious Spring was met by
tie1 helIs of the Ass. aud lu: the Tiger
l:.i l'redieted lis swn 'Funeral.
Moral.-It's usually I'olicy to Attaek
thie I-Enemy in the I:,ar. bpit there are
! exceptions to every Iule. Always re-
ibtr. in dealing with an Ass (hu-
:;u or otherwise,. that the end con-
ning his Brains is less Dangerous
,.:an the one furnished with Heels.-
Philadelphia I enquirer.
A. R. De Flu-ni', editorr ,of tie
.,,o'rml,. I)to l-'t f,,r a nunimbr of vy:ars iromn rtht-una-
tism in his right sh-.ulder and -ade.
He ay: "My right -rmni at times
was entirely u-el-,. I tried Cham-
berlain's Pain Balnm. and wac -ur-
pri-ed to receive-rtli,-f almost imme-
diately. The Pain lallhi hai, been a
conlltant c(opielnio) n of mine ever
since'and it revv-r fail-." For -alc
by Hannah Bros., 21 southh Palafox
?-treet.
At C. V Thnip*,om'na.
Crane's Ladies' Note Paper. and
Envelope to match.
Cambridge Linen and Envelopes.
flurd's Parchment.
Invitation Paper and Envelopes.
Linen Ta'let i.
F'roted Velum and Envclopes.
English Note; satin Wove; Ti-siue
Paper; DenLi-on's Crepe. Etc.. with
a general a-,mortnment of '-tationery.
C. V 'It NW14- N.
No.. ) South Palale x Strert.
Mlledical S..u:>ey, A-nnt There will be a reuliar nmeting If
the Pen'accla Medical 'oiS-ty a'
the Board of Health offtlc at a
o're!ok p. m.TueQaoar. Mnrch 27.
Visiting physicians are cordilall..
invited to attend.
D. W. MCMILLAN. M. D..
Presider t
E. F. BRUCE, M. D..
Secretary. 25mt
10 THIF; PI' ('.
I have juzt received a fl:n lot 4of
all kinds of candies. and seil :! -em at
ery reasonable prees.
M. M. L rre.'-."> c-it:t- per ,'a'.! d.
Chocolate Drop., '2 cvnt-- rr
pound.
r-ultani Mix J. poiul I- fr 5
All Fancy Mit-l, ( a:ind '',- lt! t;
,v r brought to I'* t-aeol i. .'I -,.
a.,r poui.d. Call ai d ?e f. f' our-
--1f.
Il'ev are fret-h and fir` i'At f' o1'
5," vines. C. A'.': i.E.






vinTey Usein48 bo the
lsWaoe Mf wAithotU Gnyt


iulete f.o* Lent.
All the faithful who have cnm-
pleted their twenty-first year anu
who have not begun their sixtieth
year, apd whoare not exempted fr. m
the obligation of fasting by sickne -s,
haid work or other well known rea-
sons, are obliged to fast on all the
davs of Lent. except Sundays.
On those days but one full meal i.
allowed. which should not be taken
before noon.
Custom allows a cup of cotlee, tea
)r thin chocolate, and a small piece
of bread or a cracker, to be taken in
the morning; and in the evening, a
collationi not .-xceedinig the fourth
part of an ordinary meal, i- allowed.
At this collation. hutte-r, cheese.,
milk. t*tg and all kinds of fruit.
fi-h and vez:- tables are allowed.
Wlien the principal inmal cann,,ot
without grave inconvenience he
taken at inoon. it i' pi-rmissible to
take the collation in the morning
and the dinn-r i:1 the evening.
Ab-tine tce iromn te use of tlel-h
ia enji.ined on all the W-dne.-dsays
and FridayvAof Lent and on the Sat-
urday of Emlier Week and on Holy
Saturday.
The u-e of i:ard i- allowed iii cook-


Fi.h and r e.-l .h ;re not allowed at
:IiA" *tiif-'l i-e l; -V ii o lln Sl tldHays.
Etlrs. cheese, milk and butter inIma
he used every day. but ait-tinenc'-
froni a'l of thi-.-e i recoinmeniAhdd on
(,ood F.-id:tv.
Persons ,exemi)pted fr-on tihe ,bli-
,.ation of fa-tij.ag ar e not hliitd by.
tho* restrict:i-i ,of u-iniug i il- i t hivt
oii1ce a ldoay on t!e days in whiih the
uste of lzieat i= pteriitted ly di-spen-
satiOll.
Children ovtr sivven yp,:ra of a'e1:v
are hound by the law of ah-btinunco.
uaile-, -xcu-ed by -ickue-s or other
Latl es.
The paschal time. in which all
('atholics, who, have- colie to the
y*ars of discretion are bound to re-
c-ive holy conutiunion worthily. ex-
tetidds from the fir;t Sunday of Lemnt
till Trinity Sunday. iticlusive. Chil-
dreni over feveln years of age are,
bound by the precept of annual con-
fe -ion. Pastor-< snd parent. should
see that the children comply with
this duty.
The hdly season of Lent is a time
of pra.yer. of sorrow for sin, of seclu-
,ion front the world and it. aitimuse-
ment-. and of -rn-,,,ou-i lin-,riving
11 ,i tspeci.,l indult 'iratitt-d to the
bi-tlo's of th-l I',ited trtes for tel
S< atr- iatini: from M.ar:h 13, 1,907.
working pe'o:e!, who cannot easily
* serve the coilmlion law of tile
*t.urch. are dinezn-ed from the ob-
li.aittion of abstinence on all days of
th.- .yeV r -ex.-pt Fridayy. A-h
W\'edt.--day, Hoi'y Week and Chri-t-
nins Eve. Th'Ii- li-pen;i-ation d,*P-
iiot exempt trotl: the additional ob-
lization oIf fa.tin,. where such ex-
i-t-. nor doe- it .auth,ariz,' the use of
;i .', and tie-h ; 't th s ni l- m al. It
I. la 's-, however. nIt ,,t ly t1 he ind(il-
va.l.il wo.rkmenl ini whoae f:ivo.r it, i-
i au;t-d. Ibut all ti'- ilnem < r- of their
;Isi:'rlie '- Wt"0. lIi return it i- ex-
" #"s-d t)'It t!:',-e who ;vaill themolil-
- lvv f thi- iti .lu!t will endteavtor to,
.'iit rI into t!:,- -;'irit of the holy -se-a-
s-onof I.v.nt by v. lintairy a,.ts of tntur-
tification.mp, l)';:t I' and :iAn:-.ivinu.. A
,n '-t tr:,ii-tw,,::l.y cuistotin i- t';at iof
.,h--taiti:.n Juno;'.: I.,-tit from -t;iu -
.igi l-. i1n hIia'i ,'" : tl" .-.te' d th r'-t f
t;,'r *iv 're '"-aiv r.
t'., duth't : '-', : t ir oa, lli:;'a: ,'tn ti
r -t a, ;h-:,.i,. ,.,i-' t to al;pily t
: I" t '' ;t. r ':' -. r for a;t i -
E \w ila I. A I.I:N.
lb. ," ,tf M.'hilf'.
.M ";*.; A ; a F !< ::' a I';. a : "' e.

Furniture on Credit
Moat beautiful lile- of !-ide tL,atrd.-
-vpt-r .-hown in: t!;" city. Wi rd. -
with rlasi- do or of every d. scrip-
tio. from the oae-.e6.t to the finl-'t.
It 'll-top secretary ca.es e'lez.intly
tini-hed,. a fine line of china cl,-,t.-.,
uid everything contained in a fir-t-
cla~s furniture store at 0. M. Pryor*'
Bargain Furniture Hou-e.


LDGIlaATIV A CANDIDATES
And Delegates ti the Or un'y Conven
lion at Powelion, April 14.


.nfhila and


from the Roaster. While
others are old and have lost
their aroma, ours is fresh
and delicious.
New Orleans Grocery Co.,
MJLS. M'HUGH,,
Phone 105. Proprietor.


Heel Hutton ana LLace Snots
for only




$1.25.
ItEtL'LAR PRICE $2.00.



Gentlemien,

Don't Miss It!
A SHORT TIME;
THE ONLY TIME,
AND CASH TIME.
Men's Genuinp Calf Tan Lace Hand
Sewed Welt for only


$2.50.
IE(;I'LAR PRICE $3 50.


W CUc4ly T.Y SCHEDULED
FOR TEAM DIVISION
PEN8AOCOLA ELECTRIC TERMINAL
RAILWAY COMPANY.
Trains leave Pensaoola for the Little
Bayou, Palmetto Beach, Warrlngton, Navy
Yard and Fort Barranoas at
e'30 a.. m.arrive at Fort Barranea 7:16a.m
10:00 a. m. arrive at Fort Barranoas 10.46 a.m
S1:00 p.m. arrive at Fort Barranea 1:45 p m
8:30 p. m. arrive at Fort Barrancas 4:15 p m
6:15p. m. arrIveat Fort Barranea. T:o1p m
*s:0o p. m. arrive at Fort Barrancas 8:46 p.m
Trains leave Fort Barraonea for Pensa-
cola at
1:0) a. m. arrive at Pencolao...... 8:16 a.
11:0 p. m. arrive at Penssaola.........11:46 p.m
2:M0 p. nM. arrive at Pentaeola......... 2:46 p.m
5:0n p m arrive at Pensacola .... 7:45 p m
7:00 p.m. arrivesat Pensacola......... 7:46p m
9:46 p. m. arrive at Pensaoola.........9. :0 p.
*'4atuardatsv only.
In effect L'Dec. it, 1 .
*SUNDAY SO3DrUIE.
Leave Pensacols. Lv Fort Barraneas.
9 a.m. 10 a. m.
11a.m. 13 .
p.m. a..
Pp.m 3p.m.
6p.m. p.m.
4 m p m
ep.m. 7p.m.
PARE FOR WERE DAYS.
'en4acola to Fort Barrancas and return 45c
Pen ,acola to Navy Yard and return.....5c
Pensacola to Palmetto Heacb and return 15c
FPA roa A HUDAY
?ensaoola to art Harrancas Navy
lard and rgturn..... ............
Pensao.la to Palmetto F..bh and
return.... ... ... .. .. 16"
No fr-.li't rocivrwd after a:lf o. m
-GRIANDE lXCUIHION


Don't Lo-e Time and go About
Prici::z W\V.- Still Lead as the Low-
e-" 1' i'' ,e Hotu-e inl the City.


VIDAL & SMITH,


Women suffer. Following are the candidate. for
ing from female the legislature and the list of d troubles and gates to the county democratic con-
weakness, and vention at Powelton. April 14, on-
from irregular dorsed by the Workingmen'.- Demo-
or painful men-
ses, ought cratic club:
t o lose hope i For she Legislalure.
doto l ose hope if C. Moreno Jones.
S doctors cannot H. C. Clopton.
S shelpthem. Phy- Delegates to Connty Conven, inn.
A *sicians are sc
busy with other Precinct 12-H. H. Wicke. F. R.
dseasesyw that Pou, R. A. Credille. Wi. Carini-
diseae tt chael, Thos. Q. liver,.
they do not un- Precinct 13-J. F. L. Quit a. Ar-
derstand fully thur J.-hn-o", J. C. Avery, J. Whit-
the peculiarail iag Hargis, J:t-. L. Sweeney.
ments and the Precinct 14--Gu. Eitzen. J. F.
delicate organism of woman. What Baari, A. E. Zelius. H. G. DeSilva,
the sufferer ought to do >i to give Jas. O'Brien.
a fair trial to Precinct l'-The-o. Johnson. John
B. Jones. F. E 4inmyns. W A.
BRADF .IE.D' Dunham, H. A. Waters. 14mn-tf
Female Rwuiwor DUHAM Cigars have
which is the true cure providedDURHA Cigars have
by Nature for all female troubles. It been tried and fire test-
is the formula of a physician of the
highest standing, who devoted hi~ ed. D'Alemberte sells
whole life t the study of the dis- them.
tinct ailments peculiar to our moth.
ers. wives and daughters. It is made
of soothiu:, healing, strengthening Coffee! Coffee!!
herbs and vegetables, which ha- f
been provided by a kindly Nature to We catl te attention Of
cure irregularity in the menses, Leu the general public to the
corrhaea. Falling. of the Womb. Nerv. fact that we hare one of'
ousness. Headache and Backache.
In fairness to herself and to Brad, the be.t equipped Roasters
'leld's Female Regulator, every in the South. and that we
sufferin- woman ought to give it a can furnish thtis dplicious
trial. A large $1i bottle will do a
wonderful amount of good. Sold by beverage a( prices that
druggists. defy competition. 11', also
0 r -,I- f-aa', ( i.AfOreek'cone..-.',o wish to remind iou t11i (It our
The Bradfield Regulator Co., Atlanta, Ga. r fo n ,, ,,-, ,.,.7h


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1'1 ES ~A S A T..A N'.
Ma t nep. lo:and 21) cent-z.
Nighit, 10, 2(0. and -it) centit.


AW We draw our own Bills of Exchange on Oreat Hr:it:. r-
Germany, France, Austria, Italy Holland. Hpain. Beltumn .i.--.. ,
way. Sweden. Denmark and otber V.inropean ***U.nLrini
Wp"Vessels Disbursed upon the Motm f.avolrabli T--ers. 1 : -.
Obligations Taken Payable at Port of Deatinatino Trn r 'Kit.. .-.
aft< r Vessel Arrives there

WfSafety Depo*sit Boxes for enat in Connectiln
with whioh we have a Pr ate Apartmrnnt for thaUsM
I*# Ag *te..e.


Cold Weather
Coming. .. ,
o rdIr. r n i 1t l.-t i- l - *
T. .- T ..0ina. Oir -
or I rising it ,: -.. -..,

DompsoQ. Oiser ?


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Coal and Wood.


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BEER.


EV. J. VIDAII, Sole Wbolesaler.
11 i0 I=I1 i InIES 11n3, IPOR 0 I N0
Pal Joiaes aiu Ec0o Strinis eicirati A tIA:,
TRT I NITLE Of CELERT TOIIC.
df PHONE 154. : : : : I' 1p x .4
CJUG & FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED
Fr e Deliverv to Any Part of tti vi tv
W AlI orders left at The Offle-. Vtdal & M ut..w. wi"
attended to.



fWING OP iGO GRIND[IERBL
S'9 ?Er LOD:.,E. No 2571


-Iixport-.'-- anil ealrs io-


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Chinese and Japanese Monday, April 16. 1if:


*-Fancy Goods
FINE CHINA TEAS.
No. :11 illtiat aa l'.laIx Mirfef-


Liindrv y i 0M,(-.


IJiINK LION .' I


Ya ur.! 'or Shoes and


zG Q LAYOIz


ag1enit h i P c .a.t ickeifts ait
ticka.t 'arth.c.. Ti'_ku-t",4 'ad flur five
day--, to -t m I lly a'.-ttlar p15,-
serxg,zr~trant.l'rurir rfAx-
doll urnply to
BonrKIN~or
P.TH(IM A 9,
Pea~acola.


Grist and Corn Meal Mills,
M. F. GONZANlEZ & CO., Pro? s,
Ianuftacture-- ,
CHOICEMt:-;!,A; I it v'II l.U\ .(1)

Pfitioniz, ii r:,. !:in :-*rv. r th, r,- :,
every ryP.ar- n y<> A .il', I.:y v.ia lit-a l and
Sto xlk V'"P '1 fr;amn tr .- a'*- .-.. SA *; '' ; r.- ,
:.or by %o ioing ir ,at y i '::c'>'a :;t.'- ,ni-'rm- i,,l.-
try. Your lmoneD y ; :-t :, tha. coiijiunty
and you in turn are air.,rc'lv .>-'a-r tAei.
In fosterinar the homr- ranuf,.-'tr'-r you
contribute to the caui- of ltabr. You owe
it to thecomm unity in whieh you liv and.
which contributes to your support.


,nivy r ;,.r ab-ta; .. :
*er:sttion.
Geo. Pfeiffer, A ur;t,
Try Iti A--
Try It. Os Trjpa^I!^::c.--


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TRY IT:


CoImfortable mattresses,
pillows, etc., to go with your
new furniture. You can
buy the whole outfit from
MJarston # Finch.
Try THE NEWS Want Column; it
will pay you.


All High Cut Shoes in
Men's, Ladies', Misses'
Children's at reduced
prices.....


Telephone No. 147.


~'CURE YOURSELF:!
It tiaLv THE Oa a ________
it n-- sur- f t111 ri T E ORC3-I&
Arvsg Special0. 1 T)a c1:I t Is.I n
A Pe i l aai e .Tff-EvA'43 CPfEMI"~ALC.3a'-, titlfT
CINVAI.. o ld by 1)rawgIts.
S. r P-nt m p 'cti r-apper.S v L M
1'. a-xpir" r I ,I for
PairA Ladies' Vici Kid Spring *,'r .. 'a*!m 75~
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m C41HCSTR"'3 ENCLISH
rEN!NYiOYAL PILLS


Iiii
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Sole Agents :or Celebrated YELLOW LA2V L
0=-other Bigh-Grade Whiskies.
PROPRIETORS OF THE OFFICE SALOON
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* THE DAILY NWW PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 1900.


bWINSFIELD'. BODY FOUND.
D.eeMpeed Rmnt-M Mitnlga Cashler
]eron UI Mr H esm a-hs Ce..
ATLarI, March jS-The body of
Kelly L. )ri~Said,e who mysteriously
mJare n a. 1, was found this
mormiag under hies residence in a state
eof t mposit a, Indicating that he
has been _e asoe his disappearance.
Br s"d was cashier of he Manhat-
tan la -mearauc- company. and an
m ron of his accounts after his
fp aome disclosed a shortage of
several sthusand daliars. It was sap.
pesed tat he had left town.
A dmagremabie odor coming from qn-
dar hi house led to the invsugatioa,
whisk resulted in finding hs boy,
which wa removed to Barclay & Bran-
da'e unertakuing esabliemeat, waste
she earner held an inques. The con-
clmeneaseched by the jury was that ne
* bad died by his own hand.
The cemrsu ate furnished the county
physician gIves the cause of death **n-
kinown. t from the evidence pomesbiy

Sr. Smll'. @ t yrnp Is the best remlld
forall bronc-hill ulT.-'twnln' it i- a itr.;ti
Milstak t#%ii '"n t .ilh .I' .-'I tO rim I,. j.;
for it may (d*'v#l,-ip 0-ro,aU, tul-'et ?or liia:
trouble., lake Ir. bul.t. Cough i rup at

re-' Tam. at Liti- f 'eek.
LrztmL RocK. March 22. -Capron an4
Dcambcrg aivided the honors o
Wednesday. Bennett's colt negotiated
asaul in 1:44t. with Crowhurst up.
qaite hanoiy, white Stanhop'es son of
iver worked tL. mile in exactly the
same time. but somewhat more im-
pressively. Another good work was
that by Miss Beanett, the Russell filly
of the Bennett esabe. who went the
half in 49;j The Sir Dixon and In-
spector coose of the same stab.e worked
halves in 60t.
overosur Ot.te Withlraw...
MovroomzaT. Ala., March 22.-Ez-
Governor Oates has withdrawn from
the ram for United States senator, thus
leaving the coateet between Morgan
and JohaetoM. General Oate* says he
enamet afford to imperil Morgan's elec-
tses by remaining n the field
RMaesene Railrewot Deal.
COLUxMA. & C., March 22.-Rumort
are in cariomlaom here that the old
Three C' railroad will at an early date
a nto the bands of the seaboard Air

Cafil-lam Troope Arriver.
MOTKAiL.* Maroh 21 -The steamer
Milwaukee with the last of the Second
Osanada coatungent. composed of To-
ronto, Kingston and Montreal mounted
rflee, has arrived at Cape Town.
Klevator V.5ie ?i .*** ~sorle.
Nzw Yorn. March 22.-One of the
elevator* a the ;-storv factory building.
W7 Centre street, broke is cable today
and fell seven stories, injuring three of
its oocapants.
"Fortune f ivor- t!- h -..'" I- '
:,l-i favorathl.- to -.... wh.> i nr'fvv
!heir blood at tt i. -;eapasoi liv taki g
Hood's SrsapIarilla.

A stc 'lri*ei-. :i il't 17, 1 '." s*'i v ,'
onD one- of i;t. Tr:a'-i; !:I in, l.*w'rs- :. m
all opio io n ol n ( .ti,' e iij t riiril n per-
s.on in her" p.esitio:I n iy;,l.uiutl 1e res[l t''l hi'i < (;ih t a T \ :ti!>it
as.wnsckuess': l.\mirt ev-ryvl.ldy i.s ;
little s!ak. but a grv':it tii:m;iy Ilmorei l',r-
sons coull l els- ..i-. k tha:n litey :re
If they w'Agm;l only lI' car-ful f,.r a:
day or two lbe'fore i :.I y s.il I.ts ,f
folks going ofl' to I, ur-p.. t';at li); diu-
ors and lunIt-lhiions for Itwo or three
;>s becfor, thi, s ;nt. an:,l i'. s'.>,n ;:<
v ge y t the mIotion of tihe w:tV's, they
iv' really a liilin.s attack SoMi,,-
tin es whtn t!' (cro'-.in g is v'ry rou h
adat I lava Ibeten' a I:tl e diet I feel the motion myself. hut nev-
er when I take Ipr,,Itr care. At the
slightest dizzinests or niuu'a I stop
eating anything at all for eight or ten
hours, and above all I never touch tea
at that time. It Is the overnatinu
usually Iwfore they cone on lioarl
that makes all tl;e trouble."-New
Tork Post.
Am Overemuto-e Wife.
An Incident oreurre'ml at the redenmp-
tion bureau of tbe treasury which
ought to be a warning to wives. A
woman tn New England placed $48 In
bank bills In the oven of the kitchen
storve in order to hide It from her hus-
band. She forgot to take It out. and In
the morning he kindled a hot fire and
reduced the money to a crisp before


his wife remembered where It was.
She picked up the ashes, enough to
half fill a wineglass. put them In a lit-
tle box and sent them down to Wash-
ington to be redeemed. The experts.
by the use of magnifying glasses. Iden-
tified the lhius to the amount of $;31
and sent her that money. but it cost
her $12 to fool her husbhanl. nn,. she
will probably not try it again.-Chicago
Record.
Slto y of a stave.
To be bound hand and fwot for
years by the chains- of die'sese i- the
worst form of asnverv. (; orre D).
Williams. ,of Mianchtes:er. Mich..
tells how -uch a -lave wa- Inadoe
free. He' :y*: "My wife has lee-i
so hielpless for live y-mr-, thatt -t.e
could not turn over in b-d alone.
After uiving two bo.ttle- of Electric
Hitters. .-he is wonderfully improved>
ani able to do her own work." '1 hi-
supremne remedy for female dia *-:t---
quickly cure itS rvo'nn-m'-. -Iel.---
liess, melancholy, h-adiactie. h eti-
ache. fainting atid (dizzy -pells. '1 '-
miracle working medicine ;- a ..,od-
-end to weak. ickly. run dilown Ta'.-
pl*. Every bottle govltraIt'-ed. 4)'ly
.7iceute. sold by W. A. b'Al.ni
herte, IriuOi-t.

Nothing xo sets oif a' h ome
as handsome furniture.
.IMarston ,4- Finct hare ani
immense stock for you. to se-
led from and they will sell
it to you on long time and


I R :aC.
(er Elly. 473 laus., to order
Am Ponna Christina, lr1, Axelsen, to
A in Elas A Hlavle 5!,. ionson. to master
Am Hj l1mar. :). Axflon, to ma-ter
Pr bit rr. ;,t. t1aSiage, to John A Mer-
r.tt


CLEARED AND) dAJ LED FOR PEN-
mAct'ILA.
Pjiorizvn, Nor. -i-1 Manch.stv~r %march 7
Va-ron'a. br. t~h.beiiibridge. riabnitiu
Jlan I'1
Htudclatraaf.i-1. FHr.#'.%!. at H'artv. Jan :
-irUmdo.N oar. 13441. 1111elin 4~.r. Jan 1a;

!'ha. a. vinal. Hr. A14. WAatt, arri~ ,d IHot-

/.atzibar. Hr. hidammi waimses FOP'.
'AH 1. P-4
%1(i r 'Iu ',d::lac' J o m~
H oipt-tt ItRu-'. tiiswinM., a.-. I iPee 7 '
k'artha-im.me-Nor. 1:;5A. sid aiire't'iick Febhlit,
azlf NTaS a. I-.!(II Maraomli-% Jati 2vu
Aga mlh. Nor 1i 7. SIll Arivw..rp 1)"Cd140
#)1miaoabt to. A.'u ~ at1Itt ms i2
( h:-tlim.RUN.'.. at I:09I4"-101ma. Fa'b 3
l:-bliriiie.'.1- r 1 i.-liSE Imm0- ISoin Oct 14
Kantar Tanimbrk'.jeivar. Naar.%Ald, at Antwerp P

erratz. tiusl,,v. h~u-'. sbd(I I.,i ncorn March 7
Nov 2.0 near Por? mIio% "Ii
',.-r. Nat. %AInitd i'iolamaIle 11
Johali Isget'i-. NI,r. il1 r'itiancand Nov lat, P
lobanitia. Nor. '.I11Toizsblurg Da.' e ,
Lclui-. Hu-. N7. e. iti H hihi.rv' .li1
Marcoella. It.!.Id Hwaumurg. Nov L
0191w. ICU,. .m d LK a .im'--twad.
?4t@-Ila iV. It. WIl, St L&Pa 'ita. Nov I
Vailuta. Nor. -id 1,-!tIin i M i it
Virgmnift. It id .2.1 altmime I. ..2'


We hlav, saved many doctor hills
since we began usng (' hamherlain'-
Cough Remedy in ,,ur holine. \V,-
keep a bottle open all the tw:,i and
whieneverany of mny fainily or imy-
self begin to catch cold we hbegiln to
u-e the Cough Renaedy. and as a re
suit we never have to send away for
a doctor and incur a large doctor
bill. for Chanmberlailn' Cough Rem-
edy never fails to cure. it ia cer-
tainly a medicir'e of great m-rit and
w'rth.-D. MEARKI E, (General
Merchantand Farin-r. M attie, Red-
ford county. Pa. For ,ale by H-n-
nah Bros., 21 M5outh Palafox street.
"Morder will out Impurities in
the blood will l0-o he suire to %how
themselves unless expelled by
Hoou'a iarsapurnlla.
A Nice Outlook.


ceap ones, whichnever you
want, at Marston 4 Finch 's.
Try THE Nzws, 10 cents a week.


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MARITIME.
s sri mialseatis m Im eeve,
Br .eh Mabel Darling. Ill. Roberts. Lun- lag i dstys of 0otlaml uou salllg be.
,nore Town. in btlla t to mato-r i.ialag April 1, fve days after the
fir sch Julia Elizaibeth. meeting. Nas- Daemoeati estte conveutim 4 & At
4U. t) mntr the esetingsl every diteS ahe
state ticket will be present and speak.
CL.KARI D.
Sir sc Iruula riett. 2114. "'nooh, hy Gulf New Coesto Mill For Girard.
Tr insit co for Tampico. with r.i tons cat G. Ala, March 2-The old
valued at 1i2,:.,, 1mAn. Ala.. .Mareh 21-The old
-- machinery is being removed from the
AT QCARAWTINE. building formerly used by the Chatty.
Nor hk Lous.s1. ,l' Lorent1en. London, to hooohee K hitting company, preparatory
eascul-t to putting in machbery for Giraqd's
IE ,HIPPIN new cotton mill. This ew mill will
IlE SlHIPPING. employ about 159 hand, and will be
--- In operation early in the summer.
#]lI4.4P 05 I1 POK-
GTUAK8i1sPe Barghe@ Surrendering.
span Ernesto, *JO'. ormacches, to W 8 LONDOS March 22.-Lord Roberts
Keyber a &o
hr Kipiinigham. 1i;.. Johnston. to Pensa- telegraphs from Bloemfontein under
cola Lumnber Co
fir na lopi, Ia44. Burgess, to lPensacola date of March 21: "So many burghers
LumrTorno. Penwil toG'Trn'l Co have expressed a desire to surrender
T.r .r-ula BmgBt,-iti.C aecdl for ram- under ee termnisof the latest agreement
Pioe that I have sent mail columns in va.
4qwPOt rions directions to register their names."
Ru. Columbu.. 17.1,. Durchman. to W L
Wittiich A t"o DIscre dlt d Ils london.
Nor Patriarcb. ::: alversen. to H H, M h .-Tt o
8t)tear3 LO~xDo, March 221-The report of
Aoc AIrnil s,. General Gataere's defeat by the Boers
tAnel Accane, ,.2, laretto, W L t- is not believed here. The last advices
(.er H nih-im. 7,--. Bhnider. to Baarc. placed General Gatacre about 80 niiles
it r r-ag:;-re ii:, ota. to Baars. Dun-, north of Bethalis, where the Boer re-
N ody taro o port says he was defeated.
Nor Haros-a. E.v.Ewn-en. to H 11 Boyer
It toglna. ..,'t inutr.nol.-, to AoNsaCO Opellka Mill Seeures a Site.
Nor a oncordma. '*. tl.vrs'n, to order OPLIKA, Ala., March 22.-It ism '
It Isu' cuim:;, 1 lar. I :racretta, to orter
swt-d iIharwar i!. II.uhtrait'. to order ported that the Opelika cotton factory
-Nor itt.I r..:w-. A ,it.:-r4-a:, ,rti or
.%orv I':4a "... Imtii to order has purchased the necessary lands for
Nor ti.int. st. l.ar--ar, t,, ovl'er the erection of the building. The site
Nor Hrou. .'..*else-u to W Keysr & is near the Western railway in the
Nor India. *7. J.-ni..o. to Gulf Naval western part of the city.
store- Co
Ii Itm,l. .-'. P,.datella. to ( Torre. WIRE FENCING.
It Luigii* F. .(l.('ara--a. toW IbKeyser &
o, For the next .3 days A. J. Wat-
Nor d~.e' rzt '. 'ara kiin, will orderlr truainmental wire
luniwody \ io'
Nor Norm. it, M-ike!-- t,, Pnsacola fe'cingr ;t such low prices it will
Lur orw r n to Ky- surprise everybody. You can have
set & Co>:wayu H..nTkbn, to a Kryd any kind, from 2 feet to 4 feet high;
Nor uea n. 5,7,Thom,-en, to ordor 4 or you can get the best and cheapest
Nior Perfcct,,-'s{. Lnaren, tu W j Keyser Iron fencing of all kinds. When
it etoinvvors. HAU. Kozzo. to ItRoaseo Bros you desire fencing of aiv kind done
N. r-igraid,544.H.iauan to eaiterPon. Doln leave your order at Win. Johnsown-&
insg& o Son's for me and you will save
Ku 1he* Perry, 1176. Mattsen. to 1aarsr. Inoney and get first-clas guaran-
It Trento. 1T0,. Grdeall. to Baars, Dun- teed work. A. J. WATKINS.
wody a oo 1 l3mlm.
Am Vedan Ii. 7, Ecker, to KE Baun-
ders & Co
t Vn-nzioan. w43,. Farrari, toaare. Dun. Elegant bed roo, sets, or
wody &A o a b .


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SPRING GOODS.


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


We positively carry the largest an
most tasty line of TLdies' Shirt Waist
in all colors and prices.



Our Stock is Immense!

(Conl' an ti>i.n am,1 Lo "w lic',-i.,


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


In Men's, Ladies' and Misses' Footwea
we aro the Leaders.


SmIillinery,

Geantds' ]umIlisi,;hin d n1d dhlin1" h1la o,
Given Aw.


The finest and most complete line o
Carpets, Mattings, Curtains, Windoe
Shades, Etc.


Ton are Cortially Ilitel to Visit Cnr lammo0t Establisimei


We are Invincibles in Low Prices
This makes our Success.


Mail Orders Promptly Attended to.
Trade Discount of 5",, on all Cash Plurcha,-s.


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MAN i ACi rELS AMND' I AI* .i-' IN

7 B LUMBER, LATHS,

S; ED CYPRESS SHINGLEE--Kli-Driel Saps

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TRY TEE -Wa' WAIT COLUMN!


F. E. BRAWNER'S


K($:W OHAEJ-PRIFE J'IODJSE




:WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED OU)tR


Spring Line of Up-to-Date Dress Goods,

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


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NOTICE.
'~,Ii% lho z' 1I%*-Kmn tilt cr. 21I -. I -
eiajim- or dt'-wit, d.:2- .ilnlI',h- t, tntat.'af
Hi I F ~i-ma.r !e --t-4!. ar. raut Iure-d toprta--
t nvn z ii %,,aI ' *~r,. E!i Vs.lIahrUn ry
'I X A.A. Iiiimi
I-\ -c,tr*! Iinf-. 'IIi ln la i- w.


27-inch Zephyr (;inrhams. our
price .......... ............... 121.e
36-inch Spring Percales, our
price ..........................c* *
33-inch Very Shee r White Lawn.
our price...................... *'.8 c
27-inch Check Nainsook, our
price .......................... .
:;,i-inch White and Colored
Pique. our price.............. loc
3ol inch White Corded Pique.omur
price ... ....................... 15v
30-inch Solid and White Duck,
our price ...................... I :1
1 Yard-Wide Sea TIland tCotton
a t ............................ '


Calicoes


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Domestics


AT THE OLD PRICE.


No Advance


I Yard-Wide Fitchviile ille-trh-
ed, made hb L n-dale Co(',
w while it la is ................ 7',c
;1t Piece-s Late-t Calice. at....... i.
1't 4 Shet-ing. H-avy. at........ 13 c
l-Ca- Pahihun's (Ginzhamn,
1W arrarta d ....... .......... .
Ja-t r-c.'iveal ;a ful lin of Skir'-
aiid St-irt Wai-t. ur 'r:!-, ar. Ith-
low.-t.
Par-tol, d Ii l ; ;bt' ;at 75.'.
f l.) anld i $1 .
Im;t -.i e Irrile,.-c-i t P' r;,-.. i- in
late-t hi-are. a;t 1 7.. ,: i i '2 $z ..
T', arrive duritnu tr i w -,.k .j!I t,(
late-tstyles in Ldi--' ,iid Ct.i.i.r i. -
Str4w Hltt I,'.d St ileor, ..-,, 1-,
rolls New Wring Mattint,- at 1'-".
14 and 2tpc per yard.


(- 105 S. Palafox Street,


YOURS FOR BARGAINS FROM NOW ON,

=- -Z A T.n-7-71 N _Za


No better Cigar for a au
the money made-DUR-
HAM--at D'Alemberte's o 1WEj-PE ,ICQ


1-OUSMIYSO


o** riag- In British C..:.,,!,
OTTAWA, March 22 -la -I *
question pIt by Lteutenan-
Prior. Mr. Fsher, minister o' a--
are. las night stated that: :..-.
no cases of babuonc piaue .:1
Columbia. but there were at I. .
send. Wash and Ithrer.: r.. r.
dian government wa& gt.- :
quaranting all vess.s :r. :,.-
Mou inI Iato M*0Ip.p
SA. JA(I\To. Cs.l. M ir .
excitement prev.tii :*i.- 'r
cov.ry that a pnrt of r n :
ta.n has lipp'i Ilto0 a
cavern A territory cv-.r.:.:-
at an elevation of 4.tx.) f :
lodged or thie recent -,.
has Sipped ,50 fet o i-r
prov'riousaly stood fou.- Cetu: -.


To P1roeitii' lao.,
ATrLA&N4. MA!iCh
of the 40 applicants f, r i
Uve. pharmacy in Gear,; i.&
ful in the examinaIon !..'
macoutical board of Lj- ot.


ventioin of the yoan.. M.-
ISOClaiOO Will Mtee.
About %IjJ de~gatel w


SPECIAL NOTICES.


Oft fljT 4 WOq0D.


4'| NVY Tpl I.- \, N .
S property Apt ., \ "- j I
Bualilti.n Palao ,z -t *
L OAN. AT lW-.r i -

M .f'.'IKl.TI l' Y JR' l.'- T .
1I1.1M I.HI K. -H-', I i1" 1o 1 ,
8I KEE :r.
IF Y(O WANT Too MORL. A *'..
niivayt money. insure% tiur | i :
cureabhtracts of title. bii ..r -
tate. rtnt property ofai .1... ;
rents colleatel or your ta.- V"
(call on or addlrew Tb"'.. %a *
Real Istat*end Inmurancr na..-
cola. rFa. C'harte. modern'. !
who bhuv a lot from us w- w : a
with ashieh to build a bou*.

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