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THE


DAILY


NEWS.


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 24, 1900.


qOL. 30.


NO. 43.


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


iiiETY ETENTS


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ra ;i ( ,i(.Ii... a-- ],nt rt ,.e 1
: ,r.t- r l.iiiit> a ,r-tt d \or el
,iit at b ;iutiful violet"
n-I an *il'erta;tinin llg < h t e-- I'I
I. I, tit t t l ,-tjo.iy n ine t n if th,
.1 .-u 1, UlIl- _'ca-i, tll.
Married lbettlie En 'are Club
:.i. -t d-liightful;y +-ntertaitied
: i--day afterniofon at the homine of
Mayer on West Chase street.
aine- began promptly ait three
wk and in two hours' time the
_";.i had been played and Mr-s.
: ,x I,. Bear was food to have won
Sgr.-atest number ofgames, so
,pr.-ir,-.ted with a most beauti-
-.. mtwroidered luncheon cloth.
Kthn was next in number
Sw,- the fortunate winner of an
,..id-red picture frame. Dainty
S. ;:iientt were then served and
Sl.iadas took their departure to
: .t Mr. Max J. Kahn's on next
iiyV.


R- obertmon, of Columbu-.
S--. wo has been the uruest of
'arritt Moreiho for a few
.'. 1-ft on the noon train Mo:i-
.. : her home. much to the re-
Sf her many friend's made Jur-
-r tort stay in our city.
Sttal -amne, otf whiit were in-
I in on Wednesday evetiinm at
'r .-s club. Mr-. V. J. Vidal
rtunate otn this oc'ca-iont. sh,#
1!.f o. i- to) have a lovely silv.r-
I.- II prI-!-#iit 'd t
.1 ,-*-ph \Va-tlingit;to:. Ine- -
-- I .Ie lHltint. whito w a~ i r-
.w ioint- awo and w#'Ut t-1
: #' .<%a t IV 1 i now visit i;n,
.-I r MNr. A. C. tlount. H,-
'Al- art glad t o wet-le ine hi(
I ,,t -.
S-;.; Sr:n th' itna'y f:; i.'t, -
Sk-'.: le-.iarn t hat l-a v; -
-i i, xt for Clhicage:o. Ill..
Sill vi--it friends and '.' l-
S.:. will + be a+ -o-nlt fromli thi.
:i,.,'ly ill, litn, .
W \\ artid.ld h.ia- r.-tur:ieJ
.'.0.-,-go. where hi- tihas b+--,n n
He lie .and his family are now
- witht Mrs.Garfleld*' parent-.
:. 1 ;rs. R. H. Turner.
Iv-s< will leave on Tuesday
North in anticipation of mnak-
-' 1 home for the future, and
S- a- he ha's selected his loca-
S will be joined by Mrs. L*evi-
-, :,. I'ntil then the two latter
. n ti at Hotel E-cambia with
L1- I.-' mother Mrs. T. V. Kes.-

! st.-lla Avery, accompanied
1.- Fletnmining of Virginia, who
: ni the guest of Mi-'s Edna
.- ,r several weeks, will leave
S- r-day next for Auburn. Ala.
''- Hallett of Bostan. Mass, who
S1 in the city a few days age,
A with Mrs. Willis and will
tout a month.
'" h(;tttentertained the Thurs-
A 't.rtio on Euchre club at her
,:. tha' alternt*on. Mrs. T. E
o- in first prize, a lovely fern
lr- Ammerman. con'-olatior,
,ie pulley belt; Mrs. Fergu-
a plley b-It buckle.
i r'.-n-m will euteirtain the
Thu-sday at thoe' l.ot1i1
"- l ir-tont.
tv friend"' of Mr-. F. C(
Sri..ret to Ie.irn th it -!',
;.' for *1oime days. rh1 lefT
I *leans last evening a' -
SI by Mr. Brent. Miss II -1
I Dr. Frank G. Ite,-lh-w,.
SAI'1 he. treated yv tih it'--
I t!., city'. W e I i reC-'-_
>t -hie will .z,,n re-tit 11
-. t* ; ,..j to, health.


McCat*.ntn. XV;! I':t
-t : ti,- w'efk of .Mr. J.
.u'i ; i-av- to nigiihit f' i
liW--'llville, Kv. Mr.
tde miiany friend- idt.' -
-':a lie-re, all of wh -111
V lay aZain visit P.-it-,-

\ '! ;ad-" mi, t with Mrs.
S:i .tt l.i-t week and soinl
S:: t W.I- givetln by ile. -
-; ,,-, to ro'l call. A pa-
t' t .;i-iO,-:;tieit (if For' ;zn
n-. 1 t'hinia. b' Mrs. Han-
-,-% by Mrs. Zeek were
S*atly tnjoyed.
- .'il.- to be given oni t,
',to r grade of -chool
ben-fit of the public


schooll library. promise-3 to be a very
#ct~j.yablo affair. Tbh.-y have. stcuro-d
the. assistance of some of the best
Talent in the citv. The prfoLrralf will
c-im-i-t of hot! h "oeal ain(t :itrunionrt-


i-A/L A.Ii';IIING HUtMORtS

P~tzipe% ( ,teil14)3- Ifl 1( r. i'~m
) -,-, ,:r Ia tch .nd lt 2


SOUTH AFRICAN WAK. THE AMERICAN SHIPPING BILL.
Five Thousand Boers in Danger of Be- How it is Viewed by Prominent Eng-
ing Hemmed In. ItI Publications.
LoNDON, March 24.--Five thous-! WASHINGTON, March 23.-While
and IBer%, with 16 guns, retreating some newspapers in the U' -2d
along- the Basutoland Lorder, are in Stat .s are dtily mi'-representing the
imnminent ding..r oi bein4 hemmed shipping bill pending before con-
in at;d nieetinig the fate of Cronje's gress, and declaring that it would


army. I; is believed that a force
i:t ben ei -spatched by L,,r Rob-
-rt- to eCli-te then and that Gen.


not help our merchant marine in the
foreign trade, and asserting that the
bill cannot pass, and so on, it -is no-


S'- -... ...i. ...... French will head thieu otL. ticeable that foreign newspaper-
\ .',.. ,'-in,'-o to, le
:,;, Hair fr .al v. yr a fli lle fron Blooinftntin that there matter. ''hey know that the pas-
-:,z. ;. .'k It,. ,, ;,ill :n ra- ek. t r io ;eria)l It rw t,.o relo-rt1 : that sage of the bill would result in build-
I r ',It t '. Skir. Prtcklinn the ctttry so,,uth i g.neIrally .et- ing up their American merchant mla-
.* ;. ..k :?. l;:-.ti; omrlf linz Lo do.w'o: ah it n. utlberi pf a' rms rine and enable American ~-hilr l -
I.-. .ti'a v.!; : J, int-? iif alleni lare Iwin d-l ivered up and tth Iwo- ers to do a large part of our o(ce an
i *.tA-:S t.I v."' kil l ple. art- b- ir:niag to recoglniz, the carryin- trade which i~ now in the
S r. l - A.l t i- ltlt- f v t e h lvel troo in thl oe Amieriean journals deride the
i: fi. To e,. to -.:tv eted t ak,. with .)d resuilt.. per.s, and particularly those devotedr
1;. 1 t H. ^ :~t I i ,1 l l H lZrt ,i,- fro n ini tant i- entered to the shipping interest-. expre-.
W:l1 ;, t,.-k-.v t1.1 4,d ulre tal Slt ithilbld ed ld V without op- their great anxiety over the pr, b
ea c. I;. It. will cu-, tm eres rP -It iti l at raptlired ill rounds ble pas-oage of the bill. The Londot;
ai. it::.. of vcz, in.: to -top if anmmu iti ,on. "Shipping World and H1er ald f
a:. v.-. ti.- kil tlt b.-e. a'tn letr ten. d Wood(ate, who wa- wound- Commerce," referring to the bil:
.,t tle,, bnrath -w.,-t. B. It 1 is ed at Spion Kopje, is dead. says:
I-t -~me I t eedy yoU have been l ook- We know the.tory of thbe Freoch bounrty
Pig for. r ouA LI Bct tewt{ul i for b. e Gw)elo) SU(uGESTIOK N. system i. and w can tforade to m ilnte a, Ahd.
yo.-r-, Oiut r'-ade -are advi-ied to will coli'iitlttii grievous blunder it Ihey a -
t- I. r .. V .sal Ie- by dru ,,i-ts low t4) E daily 1Raie Funds flor 1he shie that A ierienn competitor s arti goti.
at $1 p r lar e Ib,)ttlE. full treat- Bcnefit otfIhe Pearl agan Home. to depbnd entirely upou their subsidy sop,
Sl a lt r ecui Indifferent to further pr(.nt
en!lt l o. Complete directions with PENSACOLA1, March 24, 1I.I. and more substantial success. 4bhip owners
Tac b rttalr. m, uffretig may .t To the Edtor of The Dain mNewy. w will do well to take stock of I hemn and of
eAci t. otl.So sufferett many te-t T o theA mentor of Thye LilY NeW8. ta Themanner of men to be pittedagainst
Atlanta. Ga. Icribe youAr trouble As the bestowal of charity to thena.
Atlantae p.o.ltcribe your trouble those in need thereof is at the pres- The "EugineAr"of London, a trade
and Frm-e pwrason a medical advice tnt time receiving considerable at- newspaper of very high standing,
given. tension from the good people of our has this to say on the subject of free
PEN sAC'OLA IIBItAIRY. city, would it not be well for us to ships which the free traders in the
give a thought to the Pearl Eagan United 1ttbes assert would be good
Itas Iehabilitathion Fairly Under Good Orphan Home. 'this charity is now thing for this country:
Headw shiorganizad and is doing its grand Free ships would be a good thing for
Headway, work. It is sheltering, feeding, in- English bipbuilders. for whether irstor
The library meeting yesterday structing and saving many, who, by 1 sNcone hanc d the veelf a urchased would
evening was slimly attended, owing reason of their tender years, are un- most part. The development of a native Made from most highly refined and
to the nclement weather but ro- able to do for themselves and are American shipbuilding industry can be of
o Ier without natural protectors. This atae to eer uder nor owner healthful ingredients.
gress was made in the direction of institution is preparing the most ere.
reorganizing the list of the commit helpless for lives of usefulness. If free ships would be such a good
tees, and the work will be completed This true charity has noendowment thing for England, as every well
and annoufed at an adjourned und and is supported solely by do- informed med in the United States Assures light, sweet, pure and
and announced atin adjourned nations, and since Its inception it 'knows would be the case, itcouldA s r
meeting to be hld at the library on has been difficult to make ends meet. nt possibly be a good thing for the
Chase street at ; o'clock p. W., Mon- It should not be thus. We of to-day: United States, and the iEngineer" who lesome food.
dav. should see to it that this home be is right in the expression of its anx-
Pre-ident Hays, who has always put in a position removed frompwant' lty over the development of the
had tie welfare of this institution at and the corroding care of need, and shipbuilding industry in the United
heart. and has done more than any to this end I beg to suggest that we States. The London "Syren and Houoekeepers must exercise care in buying bak-
ine- per-on r t co necte ith hae several citi s who wold be Shipping, a well known organ of ing powders, to avoid alum. Alum owders are
its n en for its advae- glad to have the opportunity to co thi hie'pint industry, in as recent sold cheap to catch the unwary, but alum is a p1y -
lte;it, apromptlyti accepted t lisre- tribute to such an endowment forn article. the shipping bill, says: son, and its uset in food seriously injurts health.
eltiton. effected during hi.s ab- this meritorious charity. A liberal ily in ear.nst on the subject of co htln -rcli
-'-(nce from the city. anld hat; taken endow sent could be raised if a num- expansion, aud ritish m manufacturer and
!ild of its aLair- wnii renewed en- ber of our charitably inclined citi- innerchits would do well to take tiane by, ROAL BAKING POWDR CO., 100 W AM ST., NEW YORK.
Ll:u-i.1dl. zens would insure their lives, lmak- tion they -n3ia ady hold in China as the -..
He wi' ilav- (.onl leted the e- ing this institution the bea tiic- party Ti .n nsse. aion. A considerati n of
tioni of tie 'ta.idig ueolitniuttei.- ,by iary under such poll;ies, and pay- thle A ieu.Inlt o. 'upattion of the 1hilip- aretinq cotr.'l ionir :mt:..e ."-iit r 1111- ITALIAN BANKERS MEET.
thr titm. if the adjourned inee-ting, ing the pretniuiins thereon. This a t har, "et tradewith n ithina, brgs us rstiinv' f e.-rta 4in I ,.yirr o u tow-i
atl' hrop,- for the- sp edy econseullll- would in a few years create a to an examtnation of the means to be em- Ia slxrItryrovr Att ak of iNapti
S,oi Of the cift itution in ,,tuch ,tan,- fitii crinmensuirate with thie },eedfs ployed-the third factor which makes for : The great advanit:nue te taBriti-ii a.siorig" 'g .his ( Csetry.
.r to n t 111f- ofA. t-i T. litt t.,-r t-; tit g,, # n' : y v lt]ha t tlie i-;i-ftjI_- of the iii-tilution, and w would l oI tI e I th 1 t united tatne i d definitely deter--r-
e-s ,d th te l brary to the p e-.ieral econo'n cal and nmot sim ple way to muined upon iionopolizing. in who.e or in lica becalie of t1e-ir tarerchait l ain tc it o n l ba.r (ri
pub ic. alld p- atlci-!at ly to til. yuthr put the same beyond want a it in part. lhte tratodeof te Philippints. and is referred to ilan article. InI '-t t ilot:Ug r .0 I rt anr
ph..ltlnl t big )usiiegsi with ('hilts, then it eerin-o,' of wildllt ast, inielo -ti co :p hextto aa I uthrgr catles ja.ly night to ap1ro-
t lne c'ity. who wlll t herb lvy be hen- positi ontlO to do the great work for ni th of au efort tht nhern it rin ofL woer-i apro
al)-d. t'' eti nJ i'.- l lvat:li.a`- to a whIich same wa< conceived. I, for c antil.-marinebeverymateriallytaugitent- A navy n-sty conmin ind th I a : but a test agaus the pro;oar of tue Italian
t11i-h '! zrEoalr d a tan h-reto fre. nile. will be glad to take out a poli- e N it. tiStoa sy,this s eduly r-cognized son s r i d.eoaru at i governmtiet to t sh t brach
hA HI- -ent McKinley. sld p ecial alt Sut.y be reeuii -ubjectlis i ti tra rtin c in n to e if a rnc
Whene. hc-.t; anzesa9 ares uy of p f -- this purpose aid pa'11 Wsit u made to the matter in his address 'arimy cort), f|r ne'r,' hact hitaps it either in t ew York of the 131 a; of Napes Peter
nd+. thIy will pro -ent -rongr.i iln- tile premu i theret. Canlht o,0 .e atoc aig Ee-. ".Lasty ar."he.tated, .n.r- tional ity culd proltaby IiOn V*i.s i-rt p l II also made
Pld'W-8 ai t oa tn l al t I 'i' t,1-1 imelllmher- fise$1.-0,. ,,(r $1t,00 in this way Icanvlt se transported atiuilliler .&lste -" iof Wolll ertah ly ('rc t f oriflli S t .. V T
p lie rts and imports than in any former although naval power was by their ..tlde to principal speech
San th ref lr ncome.and thereby continue our beea- arad maureofourdpedenon protect then. 'uere are uris of toands of
lvinr tl nieb.-o of to;e. :s .-ociation tions beyond our own time. fairelbn ippint was paiutully mantrested "Fairplav," a well known London dollars Invested io tha Italian banks I
cou ty for voted would ticula thlr R 'ec'tl to our T espre frodiadntcessity. w t t Front
St -I t t-lf a oo -piiticus pat tlarly Respectfully me can coinpot ton weekly, edited by Sir Howard Vill- this and otser cities he sail. he
t I.la dy it.-b -ari. aIetly I- A. GRE EN iI'T. with Great Iittainboth ill shii)ptug and cent, a protiiutitt inenher of Par- Italian gove-nmens has no right to Mtp
vited to artt lid Mof yn lt.iti.,i m-nufacturnug enterprwser, will not be re- iiament. rg:ard, the shippiir ei] iin and try to monopohz stite b usines,
Tel c e of wAY tS INtG M hILIlNEt.Y. lAed, but inc'reasednit the next few years i p nd g before r. i er
TO identi A COLD Ii N qu.DAYt ar aIWed Ydo not sh to imply that there s a nypeding before congras in aM very which is already wel cared to a d
TOCItiL AAn expert milliner will arrive to need fordespondeney at such prospective serious litht. Referring to the bill honestly transacted. It now amou3ae
rake iz.xativp hromo Qunlnoe Tablets. All morrow and will assist in our trimu- competition; we merely urge watchfulness. "Fairplay"Y ays: to about J .0m,000 a year la money r
iruggott run O thuale nioneyitt a ll o f oai at and evt a closer attention to these persist-
ar gs- eu a r nre ist l s ing department during the spring. ent and enlightened efforts which hae en- What Britlih shiowners and shitpuild- milted by Italsan citiszes and init-
ox%. T c. A bout April 7 we will show our abled rintish shipowners and manufacture. cr have to fix their mind on is the fact that gran to relatives, while there Mis in
spring' patterns in bonnets and hats. ers to attain their present position, the republican, are nt hon carrying t.hs banks and in the Americas aviang
TOl eo baph ror t subsidy measure; that they are in an t-,- bnks something like o ,000,000a -
"Old Hermitage" at Eugene Arbo- MIiss Solphie G(runninger is still re- The annual report of the Liver- ute majority in the n.-weoirntr: me nd th t
na3-. tainted by us and will be pleased to erpool Steamship Owners' assocla- they are cute enough to Muakn e. con'-slonA stan ly on depsllL"
ee her numerous friend-. tion for 1899 contains this statement and avoid extremities o as to .uinll$z the The Italan government has a postal
Aoperod an W J attOmt S ron tthesubject:Iprobability of an attempt to rpe-i th--
A H 23t W J & SN. on the subject: measure the ucd cors The ing bank system and i is es
Coffee. which makes the politician wiqe. Possibly when the country sees the full prospect as regards American competition lishes this brieo as proposed, is wi
And !-.- through all things with h. hlf Arbna extent of the developmentof the mercan- with British shipping was never so seicuOs virtsialy mean she essablishmeat ofa
i'ut eye- Duffy's Malt at Eugene Arbona te marine, of the United states. which will as it is now. branch of their pstal savings k
undoubtedly result from the policy upon Tb rc ohe -otl ta s.
Politiian ar not the only pr- All th bt brand ofliuor at hichthe country now entering, time These extracts from foreign nrwo- herr Tho
s l, who like good coffee, andiffi- p fand in-ans 'will be found to release the papers, all of which are specially de- I ei i ta on Ir. 0 siis th
politicians who are now engaged an Eugene Arbona's. Hriltllh bhipowner% from somine of the Isad- voted to the interets- of B iris opposed New York ch and eit
helli the wood f Ecabia nte under which theI will repair your wahey ha and carry on irve now tshipownr, d onstrate conclu- books will be horse in y Ial
county for votes would treat their I will repair your watches and crsy r' ytkro tade.r trII<
county for votes would treat the jewelry in first-class style. J. These disadvantages which the sively that tHi passle of tihe hip- possosffo e. IShos twiIg e Inter
intended vietini- to a good, hot cup ee British shipowners complain of re- ping bll is regarded with anxilnfy by aonl money order effe
of cotlee. instead of "red liquor" and ritephens.Bpire.ill-;regrd dwh xi, ineA pmoneywcwll e r e6
late to certain fees and dues which foreign shpow:er, ad expan A pres, which will be forwarded
t campaign cigars, they woulr al PensacodlalneBaiIClub. they have to pay at home. The why a lobby ie kept by them iln RomeandanotherSo Wash itange, wa
stand a better chance for a ful vote h l b."Herald of Commerce," of London, Washin ton to oppose the bill, and adopted.
and their hare of it. There will be practice iame of has this tosa inareentissue: everything possible done to prju-
The coffee of which the poet sang ball between this club) and the Fort The American' shppn bounty dice public opinion in this country THE TR!KE I SPRADIN
was identical in quality, flavor and Barraticas club tomorrow at 2:30 T p. known in the last congress at the Payne- against this wise and beneflciee't .rl Haoi. d ddtl o, um Je;*
aroma with tile choice blends now in. All members of this club are re- Hanna bill. has been be-fore the appropriate measure.
offered d to a discriminating public by quired to be at the manager's office comnitltees of the house of representative -- She Rev. m-at.
and the senate. where speech -, were madt
CL. H. oonzalez & Son, and ino one at 12:30 p. In. sharp, for the purpose and evidence oitven in its sup ,ort. .und w, Bi-ST OF ALL CLEVELAND, March 26.-A largely a6
who gives them a fair trial ever re- of taking the I p. min. dtunmuin. Suits may say. at theouts*t.ttbat ti-re i. goaId
grets it. Thi. excellent house also will ba di-tributed at this time ard reason to believe that the ml I wia, pa s into To cleanse the Pystemn in a gentle tended and euchusiassic meeting ofa S1
law. Every thoughtful Irimi-n shipowner and truly beneficial manna r. when striking maci anist was held early to
aeola one of the best elected at +Manager. the. posb;:e influenced and 'ont-quences of the pringtimne ones, t-Se the true day. According so the reports receiod
ortwn~iit- of line fancy ai d te Tihe following will he the line pths piece of shipping legisizattio,. and perfect remedy. Syrup of Fi 5s. more men are out today than Oc yeele-.
.,rtcertes itf the clte. amid invites :f for thePensola's: IThe reports of Anmerican consuls Buy the gerluine. Manufactured by day. Is was clamed that nol tee
trial from theo- who have hot yt-t Touart. catcher; P. Vil:ar, and made to the state department ba~cd the California Fig Syrup Co. only. !.70) men bad jiad te omovemeuL Zn
opened an account with ll,.. P1tw. pi tchersn Olb ivr.l. Ir o)ae: builders, the names of whom are cents perbottle. addition to these as waspoiesoets
Wi. i alven, show that wages in -hipyard's ..-..- in many estabisndmensr a large number
IMPOWTANF NOIICE.i -to ehld n, ricket ohel arri. aid on board of hip-, are from fifty "Three Feather..m at l'>urenf Ar- ofrmolde r eand pater omakersand n 0a 1
trP jr'TAll- ne-at l'u'I. cift fiedr to one 0 hundred per ce-mit lower it, bonn's.
l.- t :.icorai l:uriipe than in the Unit,.d States. owmn to the macialsts' strtke.
.Native i. h rebl che t Eat ,,hand AC, tmparis.i,, of the wuges paid ill (,t >IP fals t, HAIll'i v I ismarek'. Irn N-r-
fti ft id hA. i'l 1 s "O "' 'k t'rm- tt t'-hipyards (1:1 the Cl3 de in scot- : '" hi--
,t r "t irr Ioub,,r+r -ill work ach +ldsan a n litd and those on the Delaware aIt New ()rlcanl & W orid 'i .r" ('.- Wa- thie. re-ult ,.f his -j l]enidid
: ty !i wit' any nn-unme. L Rt rural, but rivUnr in the +nited States show an ea ', ry it wou wiil ,:- t, :,.tt. lnd,,,table weil and tr,-
* .. :4 r !.,r be. i- W oa :11 troll -. i ill' thCELEBRATED thorughly tti .ave-ra'_e dli ffrence of nearly a htin- Jt:Jd e'.- verdict. !ile,+tui,,i M rc.s ;rt.- il,,t found
-inft um Ir tI :i .-d l .'t ;-nt to.'. A1 ired per ceitt. F ,,r in statuce, p att"rnL
i, tr.aI Traod-, I-c: r.., cdyv w ht :1 mnaker'. o the Cirde average $t.76 a 1E.W I-a i$ 'itl t if ErI* i. I r -o
-.. i Ht'II-. an-re ths,, de- week, and on the D,+laware $1 ms- I)1NH1.E-SSEl rItis want ie oi'i-tim- itt I ii.'* tucce4'
,r.:,,n i. iti chinists average; A 76 on the Clyde Pensacola, Fl. thet. 'n',,y mrn -c Dr. Kitrva'- New ,ife
F r,'-" a,,' i -non.- -.:ter-. It hin amid $1 on the I)elaware. and so orin'r d body. (Jiv ly 25c rat o A.-
(C T a d- y"-. hu t~l -lax a nld 5:.- ,curl.ath,,ua:l nb. c ith other w orkm en T hese facts Wie a lnF b ody. dr ly t re t .
uir~t~lv-.1 fn,,trl ]:2 I t,, :;'-:u l p,.r ,,l S tI o ufu crs frc.,, ill illustrate the following state- e S 0 1 A rge n F I'.lemberte',_,ru ,trs.
"f 12 in.to f Iburse i intent t ken from a recent issuoe'o Ravser & Alltrnu's. ('hal. NI. N. H-,rthloui,,rmv |+,r orn I)raug .t at
S fr Cnstipation the "Liverpool Journal of Con Kelle'n amnd Clev-,land Wahl P|'-rr Eugene Arbon'a.
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l-i... .. -........ *-*v*-* '... I ~ _It ci11 iie very iany year, bI-r hf ve ,f _r be it -- ". 1 ,-' F ru .
i,; I-:tc.,It. Pi',.t 'i.i;ot-,i th- c;' STOMACH Biliousness ro'niitd tateeis bhi- totsend .ixty or sv- s. FFurniture at all Prces
Save kinmivd ry ',ni-c .tl to pt 'rorf"m '\ bhy do 't ,,, e: ty first class steamships on trxncuort N. Palaf',.\. PI;ill,. ';'>2. ":-
-*11 t hr ., t t, work solely from one port without (,'ito- We are selling dlian r,-on tbls,
't> rt-rvice- i the- I:,,ursiamed. 3;I. try it. cating trade. Yet Liverpool is ictuall v t bargain pri.-e-: .l,- -tov--. b.d-
Viii. K. HxV1:. --_-- _carrying out this national dui y to-hia, eat bargain pri(.e ; a. E.- bD-<
\\',,.r ......... K. -- ,r,.,,o.,t,,,latio,,,,,.u ,o.,.. ,,,1 Don't Pay $40 and $50 ,minattin .kitcehnaf- .and
Ag~ent. ~ "" t ,,so gigantic a scale, in order to hrmig 'iur y k1(i'tc naltinim kitchen -ifes. and
A-- n"t Your Credit is GOOd ttiops to)thefrout in the Transvaal. fo k tche+n cabinet. wit I bre'aI ards,
Your Ct i Cn CiGooA dM genusofItnglanl.l forthesa, and it will for SW!, MAHI'S whet, yyu c h-t.e for flour, ;miol draw-r- for
The best 5 cent Cigar For anything in our house. We have e'sad day ir this country if ever their can buy the best lake wiTh -, th,- itchen u ten,il arind t:ahbwar,.
on the market is the i large assortment of Couches. Fed capltalnscmpoilo t ohoat s ateretheir
On the arket iS the large assortment of Coches ed American competitors shortly after the late improvements at O. M. P'rvr'- Call anrid examine them at 0 M.
Launges, Toilot 'ets and Bedrtom fratricital civil war. Once a trade is iost Bqrgain Furniture Hou-e, for front Pryor's Bargain Furniture House.
DURHAM. Try them at Sites. Iron Bedsteads at $4 u there is a decidediiculty in the way of $19 to 30. Our household furniture
OA. M. PRYOR' r -ove ronnd prevailiMt in thet'nitedi atate,. con- is equally .,s cheap. Call and see Duffy's Malt ia better than media
D Alemberte S. B-rgain Furniture Ho: se. s quent in ameasre on the protection to- the big stock. cine. At Eugene Arbona's.


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2 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MARCH 24,1900.


ADMIRAL DEWEY AT MACON. '


THE CENSOR.


rFor the Complexion For Red Rough Hands
To prify and beautify tbo skin d Soa the bands, on tiring, in strong,
Mrt pimple s,. hot lather of CCrI-
otchos black- crtA SOAr.
heads, redness, Thoroughly
"eqknewe yellow. dry, and anoint
o .ly a mothy skint freely with CrTI-
chapugm, tan, sun- y #ca Ointment,
and many e great skin cure and purest of emol-
ekmishes, nooather clients. Wear during the night old, loose
AU K or compexio soap is for a mo- kid gloves. For red, rough, chapped
Mt to be compared with Ctr~urac hands, dry, fissured, itching, and feverish
Saar, becme no other soap reaches the palms, shapeless nails with painful finger
cas, via., tes ogged, irritate, or in- ends this one night treatment is simply
,- medictitm ofthe Pom s.
PFr Hair and Scalp For Sanative Uses
tammoa with CtC=' A BSoa", rinse Inm trnaable emollient, cleansing,
withwarm water, purifying properties, de-
dr and apply a rived from CTICUacA, theo
light dressing of N great skin cure, warrant
Crnrirac purest those seof CLT-icRAS oAP,
of emollients, in the form of baths for
gently rubbed into annoying irritations, in-
the scalp. This t Alainmataions, and chafing,
simple, wfresh- for too free or offensive
ing, and ltexpen- perspiration, and also in the form oft n-
sive treatment ternalwashes and solutions for ulcerative
will soothe irri- weaknesses, and for many sanative anti-
tated and itching surfaces, stimulate the septic purposes which readily suggeSt
hair follicles, chlar the scalp and hair of themselves to women, and especially to
crusts, scales, and daudruff. supply the mothers. Thouseof CUTtcrA Ointment
roots with energy and nourshment and with CrTIC'RA SOAP will also bo of
tnaae e hair grow, when all else fails, advantage in the severer cases.
zCOAnp External and Internal Treatment of Every Humor.
CUTURA t CreA SOAr ee ne.ft.e the Artm CmrAOitMient (5 C., to 10
.-. .s. ha--t @U .. d Ct-T Ks R UOa.L VT TWlm89T 251 Asi a eltamoetemitnt to Crvthewve rt humor wbeauellletal.. FutZlDawe
AsCram. CeMr.. plB.Bmts. -aw eV0 CureEvrrw Uumr."ti f

PUERTO RICAN TARIFF BILL. .-J-. C Or THI CONVENTION
The Republicam Prg-ra-n Ii to Vote f 'r j e'*. t.l lor the ludustrial


Dewn Every Amaendate=t.
Wasu awuow, Marcu >..-Ine Re-
poblica ocncus committee of the sen-
ate has autoortz-d Serna: r Foraker in
definite term .&. ,.rcp -.- :-,-i separation
of the tar:i :eatcr-' :r-::t th Puerto
Rtcan governmiueu b.i. a i to attempt
so pass tie uocse tar.:f bii without
amend me t
The pro,.r-!A is t-1 v- e down all
aeedments. it p );L',e t.i d si, ana
pas the bat as it came iroam tae house
without any changes whatever.
Lyact'ng Is Probtah!e.
RICHMuio.NI. Maz'ta .;3. 'he negro.
who. with a wb.:e mtuu, ke.ie Juntice
amuders andd Mr Wetnc u in Greens.
Tlle county. bhas been captured at
Stmner creek. Sussex. A posse from
Imporna has gone after him. Citizens
at Greensvilie are gathering and a
lyacbing is imi t"- -t
" ^ .*O ---"'oc.""
This wc:d i- i: ,-'it.ni.t Tuse in
Sortha:.l,* :-'i...-. I:n : :!;n It has
two mfliunit.u-. ina m-,!iig "to throw.:"
e. g.. "I'll so .k a st.n:.i :it vyoj. A fa-
vorite div.e-r-ion a::. i.;g byf is "s.ck-
l":'" mirds T ,r'y pIim ,,cl aIn,:ig th.m
Ledges. t o'e 1 y a. i:in!-r ',o inl ach s ;l'.
all armnied t.:h ST :i <. w; !: v1:. h.i they
unmi ercifully i'':. ; "'.." ;." iany iorr
l,;rd tl:a'y co::: w ",.: <. Ti ...- t:.r Ine':mi-
ija Of tlhe w-orl i< -: tt aor to cloiuit;"
.,. g., "'gll fet !. u 3a '< c/ tLe ear-
bole.".
I havo k: i--.ii i n t." ; : t ;,!- ",,nnp/'-
tion all lily life,. :111l It i- .,iin'ti:iles.
now used I..'r'. I'll .' k liii." '"Ill
give bhit lia11- *, .'" "'lVh g..t a gooad
cklng" 'a<' a-. i;m:i:utit fmiii- A. for-
itndable fimhtmer i- 'tai,,d ";ia I'tiilsock-
r.'" >k" Is ,wlwnslllllell Vl :l s 'ak-
Ing of "llhrashinz-'" i\-n :tail t:ake-n.
"To give ont ., ks," iI.:-oinilng "to
giTe one a gia i! lI:n tii .'" 1s i: ,a-,oti nii
use In a:i-t \:;l .:i A:.l s, i- "pull
;pj yoeur SOkL-i" f" ."'t ,"l. a.l-te" aud
.*t to war!i."
A tt,lne' :: T:' li< 'l of a <-,' ;r sto, k-
ing i a we' !l i. no:i i v '. i : i'i(' l .fe prm.-
server or ta!k;r.--N ;': ;,mi l Regard I'or the F-'o In Jnpan.
All over .a;ia:ii .n,,: v ;!I1 '11. in ?ages of
f,':e---oll f,.'. v. ith ihlieir nes,;s ihliip-
lied aund1 tlir ea- :-oi:,; of; oldhr
foxes st:il. wvtl, ;a ;:m\ilih of iioss on
their lba-ks: -ly. ail:; fr'.o.s. \v.:a noses
petrkeld -;:1:;tly ina te'.1 :i:r: r:,-:at foxePZ
and litl f .\<-. q-::,.*' :iu el < !,wns. all
kinds awl m'r. ... <. -.\ :4. I ., rev.-
hleia t' of : :l ,, !'. ; 'i t' i ':I l f tl,,

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I.nrLy Iflem ation.
'I ne 'tv r v\ ^ t. :l'a I l'er t:i;. i,;'.;,pdi-
ae t In M Y11 s,', i l;;t 1 n-." ;il t
maU from D(1arl'tiiq !. 'AN!.i was in to see
the town.
-When was tlhnt''"
F'e-fe-fellow ski "1 rie h-h-how
much I would take for a:-:i hirso. naid
WhIle I-I-I was t-trvin tao tell him
selxty dollars. he offered inle a hun-
41ed."-Woman't Journail.
A rm na -med E Pres-on. of Pre,--
oonville. Kans.. wrote a ,ltter th-
Other day. a;yVinr the opinion of
i-vprA bodyiv in hi- tow:. whi 4ta n-ed
Foley's Honey and Jlar i. that it Is
the very bert n'edicine for 1-* irippe.
roldi, c 'ugh, etc. \W. A. D'Alemn-


11),s----.V i- otaf Soe, tb.
('IUAQEt..Marc~h 23.-In an ed-
*t A diacnssing tue Sou:.hera Indus.
:tn*Whici m ee-s here in
V. .vJ:. Y-s--i savE:
S' at;-IAte ttUlers ")-'d.throu5-hout
c''n[ -- -c' u:rv- tha: th s is not to b,3
~~~~~1 e-x..* I3 k~ ;fitan~ioosga is

a. Ci ~r *!;i~~( .i-; tolmmty (fl men
v. I ua In .'e '-j 1ta% t-AC1Cc,t and
*.. iiltm:-: ~-~t s z. :1i;en1tion

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*~ ~ ~ ~~~a th 3 ~.,m i! 3i iinext
e-ting pFO .~ r r~'rai c-nIIearing
1E.L w. fr'E atiiv contest and
It."IS c.:v Wnn. Katiit gre to B~rming-

:) trs'ubthrti cztv. Cna tianos-ga %vnoald
br~ve her~cred no iniaiev-sbow;ag no
''c~ctcnto slDk ila her tents"


FORT Xv:y Ga March ::3.-The
-Negro lartiotri-.l CO ',:Pe at thlisplacO
is making extena~ve ir'r )eietitq. The
work nhas alredy Li-ku-iadi a~~c
manily prc.-re%4iuf,. A.6onz 0,40o will
be put in thm pm.: o-eml now Luildincs
arid eqnipfl5nin. -S :i.e jgi-'d coutribu-
tioni irom n niinit. -,n ?17':uds to the
Pc'nc~rl ar-i corning~ iu m~ b- aided to the
(t50On g-.itfrom tuo ?e~ins-vlvania lady
r--,centiy and Ii me rot?(cti fJthe Col.
ic-We unater toe cffic--enr management of
Pr j:e-'eor J. C. D.Lv,dsou ware never soi


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alt- ui'hil~e. 'X T-. (Gree.n &C(o..


The School Children's Parade Is Re-
viewed by Him.
MAcos, Marcu 23 -Despite the fact
of a drizzling rain. Admiral Dewey and
party rervewed the thousands of school
children of this ctv., who were stretched
in a long line of half a mile in extent.
Tne Gordon caiects of Barnesrille. (La.,
1.0 strong, formed his e-cort. The ad-
miral was in full uniform, and by his
rtsponte to cheers attested his appreoi-
ation. He has entirelT recovered troni
his illness and enters into the spirit of
the occaason readily.
A great reception was given him to-
night at the Cherokee club. where he
a tcanves of t&e city's social lle.
Daring the afternoon an exhibition
drill was given by the cadets which was
witnessed by the admiral.

CONSPIRATORS SENTENCED.
Tyson Gets FJ- Years and 81,000
SFiae fr ith Costs.
SAVAN.NAH. March 3S.-The confessed
conspirators who pleaded guilty in the
United States court, have been sen-
tenced as follows: Daniel A. Tyson,
five years in the state prison at Nash-
ville and pay a fine of $1.000 and oosts
of prosecution; W. E. Huteninon, Mor.
ris W. Hutchinson and J. H. Hatchin.-
son. 16 months each in state prison at
Nashvide. and a fine of $100 each; J. S.
Wbeeler. Jr.. 12 months in Chatham
county jail and $1u0 flue; H. B. Watts,
C. J. Philips and J. T. H:tuimond. six
months lan jail and $100 flue; J. M. Har-
4.41 iani t T d. T_ ilR j *-nni n n s S in


#Iaii ana $l(tl fine each.

At fn Nvom81 115 s L f'in:! :Tr thp ot!,Pr
diti (:v ,f*tt!.i-fair -11o'~ t.;id h

ca'hal : tflm'h-lafck cat ill EwizhiiiiaI
A T (If Ci1 t.tez i:iU'shadl bean
ii >~!: xi.but they al! hand to give it
11tp.


TI..' ri'i'le maker smiled sweetly as
s!!: tu::iup.ed her partner's ace In true
tr:ilit ;'nt l stylo.
"'':,n't guess? Why. 'kitty. kitt*y'-
j:t !.. ;iii<- as anywhere ls."--New"
York M:i:l :nal Elxpress.
Food Plants.
A w mndrful reserve fund for the hbu-
n.ln aippItitrte is to lie folunl in the vez-
t:iil' dieNit *if the Kl:i:ntath Inulians. A
I\'al va:'i:'ty aof food. fitrminig a menu
unLl:.ormv.; to the clvilizdl. is offered in
thl in lp of the great yellow water lily.
a::-'h is converted into a farinaceous
f,.il; in the weed known as goosefoot.
wh'!ih' bears a black seed that is ground
up for loaves and cakes, and in the ar-
rowhead, which in the fall develops a
starchy white tuber at the end of the
roots.


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wa. an ANCIENT wh.,, u-ed
to burn wood.
is for BILLS that he upaid
when he could.
was the COAL that hP after-
wards bought.
is the DIRT and DUST that it
brought.
is the EVIL these things
brought to pass. A
was his FOLLY in not u-ing
gas.
is the GAS George used in his
.toVe.
is the HEIGHT of joy gas
brought to his home.
is thl INDIAN ; ihe doesn't
use GAS.
cannot u-e it, for J 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. &a
is for NOW, the bfst time fort
a change.
is the OFFER the ConpaiFinya
makes.
is the PROFIT, dcn't make- ;.
Iniitake.
i- for QU'ESTION; no itUi'-
tion at all'
i- the RANGEI yu should
buy before Fall.
is the SAVING y<'J .i:ale. if

i- the TIME and TROUBLE
'itvid. taoo.
i tile UINION ,f Cominfort
and thrift.
is VEXATION, now cut it
adrift.
i. WISDOM in having in
ehah.ge
plus Three Dollars to buy a
Gas Range.
is for YOU, please observe as
you pass.
is our ZEAL to supply you
with GAS.


SAS RANGES $13. CouectC Free.


_Pnsacoa Gas Co.,


The New, Y r-k man w!m u d-r: ,.0(O
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: :nip.anii'n r.':a-IIr,. providi g that no
uman with a paint sth] mlii heln '

destr.ction. ut the rit .iI armiy is to le.;
supplied, with aIn An:riaSin aipparatus th.r
sterithina water an l an Aieriecan styld-
of ventilated hospital tent usId by the
United States arnuy medical department.
Our inventors cure as well as kilL-Kan-
sas City Star.

A (CALL
For DInmocratic Primaries and Con-
vention.


le-,lv''.d. That a coliVn-ltion of th,- Imnm-
ocratic party of EKcanihia county %.slhll Ile
htidI t m o'rvaiton at "2-o'clocA nm,)nl on tiLe
4lth (lay of A.pril. !' '. foi the! puri o-Pe of
s.-lectinLi t e t%'iv 12, i..r- ,to to represent
K-caiI tII, ltiunt t Ihy t[ l Ih" ,litrII : it'- iiver-
ti( to i'tio!init!'- ia i;>ilidatm( fr t'ongrm- .
and for tIe iLturpose of --'.t-ctzig tw v .- i!.
per-l.oisi to repr--eat if.c:tinbia coinlity at
the itat,. t'onv.,ition at such thiu- and
place aP- ilaty bie Ii\-ld by thi. Ftate niid Conll-
Wgr.l-oiina Lt'nmi'ocratuic liiinliltee-an d for
th.' purpose of sehlectlin at County Execu-
tiv%', ( t iiiiittee tolio idtl until their 'ucc'.-
so r- a l: Il ,.l ,c to i n Ili 1 ,.
llhe pim'lctii at-art, and l -hall he (nt:tl.td to
the fotllo.i 'i iiprt- l.tati lT at 'aid ( luii.-
tyCoanveliitIon:
No. 1. Nix'- I
No. Kupfr ....
No. .. Mi.lvi ,'w t
No. F'rly Pai- .
No. ., ii urr 's
No. ,. Po welton. I;
No. 7, Fine Huarren
No. .'r. Crltree
No. ", Bluff Stprin.-i
No. I,. Ward & A aollai..I'-
No. lI, W alnut Hif l ....
No. 12. P.n-'aeo!at .
%'(. .13. P-u-aci( I' -
No. 14, '.n-a ia ....
NO. 15. 1. i'sllli'molit |.
No. 1,;. Pineviilm. 1
No,. 17. Bro- t'- i
No. 1'.. Mcliavd 1
No,. 1H'. Molino ... 1
No 'im. F'lcinaton I
For th' purDo- of elect ing deleLautes from
the several precincts as above s-,t forth and
for thle purpose of nominating two canat-
dates for tlE- Hou-e of Representative', for
the purpo-,' of nomiinatingi a candildate for
hleriffT. ait candidate for Clerk of (Circuint
Court. a ca;n:date for Tax Collector, it can-
didate for Tax Acsessor, a candidate for
Trt.atur-r. a candidate for County Judge. a
catdidat, for atuverintendent of Public In-
ltruction, a caindJdate for County Surveyor.
a cardidate for tClerk of Criminal Court. a
candidate for Justice of Pe'ace and a Con-
stable for second District. a candidate for
.lusticeof Peace for Fifth District. can-
didat rs for three members of County Tehool
Board., a primary election of the Demo-
cratic voters of lhcamlila county shall be
holden between the hours of :;4,:a. m. and
l:41)p. m. on Tuesday. the litii day of April.
Il'. ,, an for the purpo-e of conductin.-' 'an:
election the folowintgl Inspectoi s and clerk*-
of election are ht-reby .ie.eted andl ap-
pointedl:
Precinct No. 1-Chas. Andrew s, N-il (;ag..
\V. D. Bell. ilnspectors; Archie Bentou.
cl,.rtk.
Pr'cincit No. 2-A-hI ravey. LouiDl)anils,
Jaini. t'rau\y. inspectors; T. .1. carrot,
clI rk.
l're-, .n-t No.:;-F,-ank un-,.z. I). P. W il-
]la'ii-. J i' n Fell. I;t.'- ctoi- ; E. Dougla-.
cl.-rk.
P I' i,:c.'t No. 4-W It. I. ui g'a.. W 1.. No.
i ,-. 4 1'. (ol.zl-zeI llz. -pi-ctor : W .A.. A lp.
Vin. ct-rk.
I':, .ict No. 5-Gt-o. H. Davi,. John fry-v
nIt. A. J. I;ll-t-e, inlisJ-ctor.s; Iouls F ratt,-r.
el{-rk.
I'iselinct No ;--(;eo. \. Quinn. W... M,.
Si', W itn. fender-oil. Ii-p,-ctor-;: t. :.Jn1-
nI i:- cl,.rk.
fl.- itt No.7-B. A. I.l(l. W. E. Turk, r.
.]. 1 l.lut-,rkin. insiictor-; W W sw.-t-
II t :. clIrk.
|'r,., 'lnc; >o. *,-A.T. Fillincinm. H. I'. P How-
nll., H. .-. Craitrae, inrpa.ctor-., Taylor
Prt-cilctlc No. :-I-. L. .Srowdmlr. A..I. Co.w-
art. 4 W Tiyli)r. iin.Jt cors; .1. 1. Br\;ti-,
li-i. lict NNo. i1-C. J. WVard. .,.!in ('olI.-
mnitin. 1-'. l tuvh in-pect.r!; ks. HIt. k;ryatr.
clerk.
Pr.,-cnct No. 1 l-I. .J. PLee, .Lev MItm;)-.
('lit-iiioni Hall. in paIctors; J. i. ..-waird
Pr -Ciuc'. No ;-m-W. V. Lo--, 1. P'. I.--..
W ill I hilly. In ipector'..' J Rohb-rts. c,-lrk.
l'ro- 'K: t N',. l. --A. A K'l -r I.. W. if. i. 31clavid. iinpectur-.; F. .Maura.
cl-rk.
lrti.-inct No. 4- 4nthony HIti-r, A. S. (li-
vr-. I.. W. Williams. inspectorB;'*Joiih A
Meri itt. cl-i k.
'Pr-ciinct N:j. 17--jam>- Wilkins, Geo. I.
I allnaurk. '. 1M. C(i-' to l iip.-ctors: .. T.
Wiuntini. cle-rk.
Pr. i.n!ct No. :'- W I. thllh!rl. I.;k,.
Fl(wor- .r.. B. I'. W 1lliiaIll iS i-I r,- or,: .1.
IB. iH u)birdi. '.rk.
Frr-tiiit No. ,7-.. I;. <'iopt n, W W .
Ku-Ilea:t. (u'orgi Hoyt. In, j m't-i ; \' ::' .
ntff.irt y, clerk.
l'r+e-in-t No. 1-L. i Hro-wton. ).F. Mi-
Dlav:d M. (, bl.g,.tt. iInspIcitor: J. E.
b 'winan. cl-i k.
I'rf-cin--:t > i'--.I. H. iriinlar, W A. Mil-
1.-r. A..J. Fl:;iln iill. iusp,.'-tlor ; F.. W. w uMi.
clerk.
Pl-rrkci.- t Nm. ",.--W H. Mave. WVin. M%--
'utli-..on. \VWir. M. McCurdy., ;i-p',-to. -.
N. I -wn i'.ci, i k.
1 1. V'. It; I! h r .t h*>'! Srr: : ?,'t ;:iH litI-+ "t

Nil. -n- !a ;'t t [ rk.
No. .;.-- r tor.-.
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NoI. l. --Nortl..ra t cor;,,r nl''a7i,\ .
jari.in.
No. 1 r --Irn r l ma.' n t : 1 n Pitf .x.


I t-uch pr half ot ar ow.
!le del.late *-: l.h' t**ia' d l Ir uvll, pr, c. "
o. 'il i 1 i St.t. of th' \ -lctl .
Na -t-!Srth n t v!pteion .?r mi lol-.
ANl. whi.--te li raicra)! lai|lly N ,.. "'.*--.%|<>l::,,> !<-l!0,l tlt -t'.f
N'o. l .e -ue";r thatilof. nthel lglatu ]1o1i..

Imtained in chapter. r 4m. who havv e pallor.
ethr poll taxe s' fi r the years o l' and r-l.
Itt ini tltin il- of-t ratd op triai election anlct
Aid whovet i bna llerlb etitgally qalnd arto

rrdlaily iunvitedl to participate in said pri-
rary electim.n, anld sald primary election E
shall h* bheld in all ways under th.- ru]-s
and regulations a, set forth in said cbapim-r
t. and this coninlttee :iali melt at tne
lmc of the county judve In the city of *
Penaacola. at o'clock p. m..on the lthi dlay
of April, lIt.i. at which time and pla e they
Mill receive returns. caniass the same
su announce the result of iaid prImary
e4etion. and the inspectors atove named c
will have then and there the returns of said
*lt't {>n.
The ballots to h0 used shall be printed on
pl)in hrbit paper, and shall have no dis-
anguahing mark-.
C. B. PAi-KChII.T.
DAN .1 r'R PB '. C'iairna:.


for Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Alw.:ys Boutiht h:n- bhtr-, q.-
ture of Chas. I!. Fl.trhrr, and Ihas bp<-, rt r '
personal supcrvi:i;<.:i for over 3:') yeari-. Allow, .
to deceive yv;u in th;i. Cotnterfeit.*, lr.:t.ti ,..
*,Just-as-gI health of Childretn-Experience against r.ximwrii, ,n:.

The Kind You Have Always Boul
Bears the Signature of






In Use For Over 30 Years.
THE CCNTAUN CO NW. 7t U --*MAV STCE nWNe CT-OWN'"




Chas, H1. Turner.


.*.ARCHITECT -:


---AN)D


General Contractor


aind (.- I- :ti:;'.

A Complete Plumbing Department undei h
Management of E. B. Morey.
.*'Arrtitii' De-viicn. E-ttinmate-. Pla;n- and Specifi, '"
ing of All Kinds, Prepared ou Short N.,:ice.
XWrA Lairze and Carefully S.-Icted Stock of Fin.,- M
Tiling of All Kinds, Bath Tubl Clo-etantld Hofii-ot ld A;.,, ,
Hit Wate-r a ind Gas Fixtures.


No. 19 S. Palafox St.


:: Telephone No. 34.5


Citizens National Bank

OF PENSACOLA.-


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


JOHN F. PFEIFFER
CASHi .:
R. Mf. BUSHNELL.
ASST. C.A.-' .


DiEPCTORS:
T. E. WELLED., WM. FISHER.
of E. E. 8aunders & Co.
K. J. WHITMIRE, JOHN F. PFEIFFER,
L. HILTON UREEN.


A General Banking Business Transarfld.


Vessel' Ac.ia, ls Inwle d on Favorabic Tepr-. -
Slian ih-t -Rt! Sold, COIr'COC L.
,.,-:,, t added To.

ACC2 UNTS SOLICITEP.





ThIe Star Laundry,


TH[ PJIE l 8 LFUSY OF ET FLORID


Mt.ac


Our Address
i- -'lways asked fir wl:#.:,i
le here is displayed on
SHIRT FRONTT. (o1i.
AND F"I-'.
It i- oiur h-.t reco)nllir-, i,.'.
are always reliabl- an l I :
nev-r fail to gi\ .. c mii 1.-t
tion.


ALL WORK C. 0. D.
^SpaOTC : I4. g7 E. GAUDY :
: "@o. 'J-. C1.'./.,-'. FORP. AND DELIVEIED F-Ri.
WAJf.lR INGRAHAM, Xanr,.:


ESTABLISHED 1863.


McKENZIE OERTING & CO.,

0 DXKALJIA 1W 0

Ship Chandlery and General Hardware,
06W AN) 00.5 .. PALAIOX STREET.

REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEBLINO'S O)N- "
GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUB8EL & SON'S PUMf'-
iyu, iriwqta hits. lilt, lutic Im ttriMnt, Oats, AiWWI, ii
OOMPASSE9. LOGS. M .
C. McKenzie Oerting (Colecting Ag'ent for Bar Pilot"' H-r, v
nation.



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RIX M. Roti"s-'*-, I


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MARCH 24, 1900.


O1TIOL OFTHE HOUSE


Co.'rl.g Congressional Elections
Cause Anxiety.


\lX, t 'POLITI(Al HORIZON.


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1 t lin s- 1l inl te'i short tf ielr
S:.' le, h:il<.ier of t'K lifinorlt.v
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d \,l. !;:,tful :n;ll :il l.rt, h,'
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: l; e 'n.. ability to that
!:.s ,arritd hIim *o the
.-1 Il' party in tlhe houac.
.o ,c'.T'ssional .ll quippedpd for ohIar
pl'erhalps iore iurluc-
'l" It, l;;in'*|'- to p t;t forth

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":It. :.- in tinle past. exert
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.:n. v ill < <>nt.,st for til"e
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SUBSBCRFIE


T. ii Cetit Per Week.


ona omee tr power In the land, and the
control of legislation to a gr-at extent,
for. while the houpe cannot compel. It
can thwart tloth the executive and sen-
at,. and it originates all revenue legis-
laotin aw'l appropriations ills. Then
all the' ofi<(-rs, thi. chairnianships of
'"- Iin :tte'-.;< and tlh <-onrSi'ell'nt Ipower
that tii .y ctive g:,o wilti h tl:' .sui-ccssful
pIarty. It is a st:ake- worth tiil:ting for.
Vh.'l*;. th- i pr,'sihi,':tial election wi! ;ilb-
s.)rt :' ;igr a.it int.ri st. ye't Itle' nin-t
in r.har f,- of theI -1,. oiire-.sioiI ail liii-
!el !a '::- W ill I 1 h: .vil!. :t a l;ll' leiO.valI
f,,r this : ;ahl Tlh .r i-. 1,sid, fln.
n, trI ol of t '.e l, ii '-. T:i' dele-ire to r, -
tu:'n thei' !ltnll \ itlh i;:; tli'hy hav '
1-* aso'- in.''.
ii h ,'m:; tli '.'n raliz.- :I! tlh.at thli
p):r'. '.: n*.y ,:;iMi !.. won :lirl thte hl Un-s,
ln t.. .A % n :l~'r ef lI I-tenuni, an districts
in a -tate' m itilt Ir. ]( It atil its ele .-or-
al '< t i ltl- t, -:ic:-- t'< :hua1 it't- y of 3 vhiich i Isviteo; in
the' I, lin itii. A.mt' I 1'i; V. IUNN.
Lone kobb.-r Hoide L'p Train.
ST. JOSEPH. Mo.. March 203.-A lone
robber wearing a false face, with a
back moustache painted on the raask,
held up the southbound Kanas City.
St. Joseph and Council Biuffs train 4
miles south of Hamburg at 1:30 o'clock
this morning. 'The robber went through
the sleeper and chair car. geteiug $2W(K
in cash and a gold watch. He pulled
the beilcord and wheu the train showed
down jour.Led off and escaped in the
darkness.
('apitl Stock Increr.ie d.
CHERAW. S. C.. March 23 -The Penn-
sylvania capitahlists who are to build
the Cheraw cotton mills have decided
to make the capital $200.u00 and are
now preparing to let the contracts and
rash matters so as to be ready for the
next cotton crop. An eligible site of
10 acres has been offered by the At-
lantic Coast Lane on the edge of town,
where their road crosses the new Sea-
board. ___
Wrecked by leo Floes.
ST. Jouzis. N. R. March 23.-Ice
floes in the Elpoits river have swept
'away the railway bridge, which cost
$100.000. The e press and mail trains
ou the way to this city have been un-
able to proceed. All hare returned to
Port Aux Bsque.
Charge d With L.repay.
COLUxMIA, S. C.. March 3.-The gov-
ernor bas received a certified copy of a
special presentment of the grand jury
of the county of Lancaster. which de-
mands the removal of Magistrate Cau-
then. because of implication in a larceny
of some cotton.
Has Fallea Through.
KsoxvIu.l., March 2&-An effort to
perfect a combination of wheelbarrow
manufacturers of the country into a
trust has failed on account of the re.
fu'ial of the Chattanooga Wheelbarrow
Manufacturing company ti enter the
deaL
,'r.anc,-Am rlt eu Tre.aty.
PArtI, Marchh 3.-At a cabinet coun-
cil l'elJ at the Liysee palace, the minis-
ter of foreign affairs. M Delcasse, an-
nounced te signature of the protocol
delaying toe ratification of she FrAnco-
American treaty until March 2,t. 1901.


Trial Set For April 3.
N'I:w YorsK. March 23'-Justice Far.
mituan ina the criminal court today set
the trial of Miss Olga Nethersole and
the o her parties deteudant in the
indictuiant returned yesterday by the
g:aud jt;ry for April b.
Sc-.b--.aru*a ('Uarl toem Rotate.
C-atItnsTOx, March 23. The en-
gineer cerps of the Seaboard Air Line
is now surviving the route into the city
to the teurmnat property of the Chat.-
nooga. Augusta and Charleston rail-
road.
DAILY MARKET REPORTS.

Nsw Yeat. Marct 23 oraw CUasa
January............... 7 99 .... .95
oretiruary..... ... 7.
M ar .................. 9 50
ApriL ............ ..... .4 .... 9.8
May .. ................ 943 ... 3V
July ............. 9.84 .... 9.8
August ............. ... .... 9 .1'
emuerno ......... ... 40 .. 41
lctober .. .. .... .09
N.ov iu r ..... *** 7 .. 7.98
Notehsaber 4 98 .. 7. 105
SpAt cottLm clas-lo quiet middling up-
ladns t'. mniddling gulft s.
RAIN ANal PAOVISION'L
tc&HoCo. Marcb 23 orEMs C
WH .AT-MaT'C ... -
nWasT-Jauly ........ ....
WHiiA --september .... 0
iKOWN-hMirgh. .. -I.
# -XMa ... ..... 36-.f37 ....8
Loil.-Ju y --- 36
UATh-Ma roh... .........
UA --May.- l. u .... *-

jfUAMo-J uiy...............

-M ...rch ...... 6 6 20
LLAD-M-,........ ....6 20 ....6:
^L[ ^--- h ...... ... .
Itsi --c-M h 6 27 .. .6 82,
a-Ju... ....
NAVAL STORE i.
ayV&omAi March '!3.-tpirit. tur*m-
tine irra at 53 reeiptM ":Wa; slesal
exports 110. lRodin -te,.dIv, reteipt ;
.1,.- ;.A. ) xp .rts tM). Quoie A. B .,
i). *it.- E. $1 '*: F. t.t1.. G, St-l): H.
$1.- : 1. ton K. S2. M 1 .t- N. ..
windowelass $3.00- waterwhlte 3..*.>
\ L MitUt. -C ..-. March da:----trts
turpr utine t wti'n- ,iOIUn : 9: rv ei *ti.. 4.
ltrii sta.ley and unchaulnted rectiptsl 78.
Crie t tirpentiit. itteadv and unt-hatlnted.
receiptsl 1i Tar frm at $1.20. receipts 1;0


SmoKe DuAHAeKv U1-
gars at D'Alemberte's.
Ha1ndsom-e pictures, bric-
a-bra etc., in endless ar-
ray at rock bottom prices at
.flarsfon Finch's.


ISerious


Ills of


The do rffaemQrsts of
the feasafe ormtaie that
hbred aiW klsds of trouble
and whkfh ordfinry prao-
tice does nct cure, are the
very things that give way
promptly to LyuiaE Pink-
ham's Vegetable Corn-
pound.
( trine and ovarian
ra.i'bfes, kadrfiey t. oubles,
uloorafions, tumors, un-
usual discharges, back-
achas s i painful periods
t-hese are the lls that
hang en and wreck health
and happiness and dtis-
posLydia E. Pms Vble Compo

| Lydia E. Pirkham's Vcgctable Compound|


has a wonderful record
of asolhste cures of these
troubles a constant
series of successes for
thirty years. Thousands
of women vouch for this.
Their letters constantly
e hIn this paper.


A Piece of Pure luck.
i-(.coveery of tihO famous Trojan
in .1 4'alavt-rans county. 'al.. is curl-
on% .a au illustration of pure luck and
oliuolhless has lariltened inainy a dis--
,ouranged miner. In January., IS65,
Henry e) Bker., a ;Geran. and John L.
Trimmer. a Connectiut nman, two poor,
ragged. dis'mouraged mining proslpet-
ors. went into th. nie mountains of Cala-
v'ra county to cut oak w(old for fuel.
TheIy .Xpn:ted to Ilake something like
S1se or $40 e.ac.h per mtonthi during tlhe
wint.'r 1ly tht sale' of the wood. They
nialde their honm in in oldh alandoned
miner'rs c'ain. A heavy fall of snow
I:aIl cei\er*.d their ground to thl depth of
t \\ e l* .re' fee't.
I ne day lthe two ulin Ibuilt a great
lo itolire of Ioruish. Tht heat intmelted tihe
s lie-v nnd left an area of hot earth.
Beck<-r determined to inake an ovenu
out of the hit ground, andt, securing a
l;;hllllwh of de( r i;l:at. lhe' leg:an tlht
di :gin:. ,of a hhole in which to l :Ike
it. .\t the dh elith 1 of tvo feet lie
;1nl liupon a led of rock. lie had lheenl
;l it;l'spe.'ctor t<. I( lng tiO rei'ist the lteilup-
t-tiIi eiof xamining the rlt-'k. ;iInal. 1te-
ct,-di.lirlV. left e place 'inig the ii:a t in
th. 1li, l 1e I'e -oke1 off a Iplece of tLhe

!I';! 11. :after tihe veo ison 'wus tried
and r< :a-toti. lieh eX;i inedi tlie birot el
bit iif :-..k enre'fully ty thl. light of his
.m:iiti ated 'le. T", !his very great r.stoli-
-+iillfIIt, it pro\'ll to 1we what miners
(:!ll live rock. as-nying $0mt,'M to thi. ton.
l'or severi:l montith le.l'er and Tritm-
i::er kep-lt their groat lined a se 'tt. ina
their meantime gatlheringf inlfrmationll
cneocerniltng the dip angle andi length
anil l'retiidth of their new discotverel
ledge. V ithin a year from Its discov-
e:ry this mine had made Becker and
Trimmer rich.- Philadelphia Times.

iINGERIING LA GtIrlPtoo (COUGH
(G. Vache'. 157 Oiood St.. Chic:t-
go. say: "My wife had a very sp-
vere case of la grippe. and it l,-ft her
with a very had cough. She tried ia
bottle of Foley's Honey and Tar and
it gave immediate relief. A 50) cent
bottle cured her cough entirely.'
Price 2.oc. and 5oc. W. A. D'Alem-
berte.
EMP'IAOYMKNT OFFICE.


Ring up 382 or call at the ofelcu.
11 North Palafox street. when in
need of a carpenter. B. I)D. Hofltan,.
Business Agent of the C:rlp'enter's
and Joirners' Union. will furnish you
with the desired help on -hort no-
tice. n25tf


If you are ready to go to
house-keeping, let Marston
f Finish furnish your h ouse
for you. They will save you
money. 1our credit is good
with them.

Five Thousand Rolls
of Wall Paper in stock, all ef thela-i
t,-.t patternn, and more comiili'.
Prices from c to $1.75. pe-r roll, J. E.
Ros & Co., No. 11 N. Palafox,
Phone 3S2. 24f-tf


THE HEINE ACADEMY OF MUSIC,
No.14 North i'alafox street.
MISS EVELENE M. HEINE. Principal.
MISS IDA PIAGGIO. Assistant.
- el e m ,' tr \. e' aa;m ite l l'i-en ,. I e tc .
- tl*n. ; It.o '*.:ltr. It cahim nd I ..I. ..

Best PateLt Flour.
Our Bct -,PRd 1 Ioyal/
Patent is Ithe best f/'ur that
ian be produced by an(y
mill.
Forget .Me Aot is one of
fhe best Breakfast Food9 on
the market.
411 made by The 0. E.
Stanard .Mlill Co. and for
sale by 'ew Orleans Gro-
cery Co.


,IPS.
Phone 105.


M H'L HH,
Proprietor.


HOUSEHOLD HINTS.


A clothes wringer with cosg bearings
turns more easily than other kinds.
A lamp chimney should be as large in
diameter as the brackets will permit.
Varnish the soles of shoes before wear-
ing. It will add to their length of days.
Damp cornmeal is excellent to use on
sweeping day. It not only absorbs the
dust, but it freshens and brightens the
carpet.
Ited wine stains may be removed from
table linen with thick milk. Let it re-
main for several hours, then wash the
place in lukewarm water.

How's This!
We offer One Hundred Dollars re-
ward for any case of Catarrh that
cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
Cure.
F. J. CHENEY, & Co, Toledo. 0.
We, the undersaigned. have known
F. J. Cheney, for the last 15 years,
and believe him perfectly honorable
in all business transactions and
financially able to carry out any ob-
ligations made by their rfir.
WEST & TRUAX,
Wholesale Druggists,. Tol''e'd. .
WAI.DINo. KINNAN & MARVIN,
Whol'.ale Druggit.s, Toledo. (0.
Hall's Catarrah Cure i-s taken in-
ternally, acting dir'wetly upon the
blood and mucous surfaces of the
system. Price 76oc. per bottle. Sold
by all drunrgists. Testinnoniiial- free.
Hall's family ills a're the be-t.


Bate Tohe Kind You Hae Alwa Bought


FOR SALE,


Dr. Wilmer S. Hall,


DENTAL SURGEON,
Misomic Temple. Phone 364.



HEINBR BROS. Bg.,





Pal&afo Street,

Pensacola, Florida.



BARGAINS


-IN--


Real


Esta e.


$1 % icll iv lO acre-a of !ndil nurth
$1000 ot thecity and wost of tie.u;tling.
$23000 l w, buv s acr,, aeljoiningn c
wi ul e11 y four i e ol ai4 locke
$ W atlu It .o)fre( dieveln cI'en liou-.e
This property is in New ( ity.
$4"will butv 7'" ',e, htwten Hipi
$4 0Uu Bayou anti li.t:- Hkty*eo. This
property hli'it watt-'r front i tthe b the ; als(
on Biig Bayou an(i little Bayou.
l5r0 will buy one of th, best reel
v$5000 dir.. Uon W %,Pt Hill. situated
ton tre-t car lini': hubs l rouins aiid all nIlmd
IIrn cobveiilence-.


At a bargain,. 7 ; acr-1 ,:;4 un tin r' lemr wll hu- lot with t fronton
fetno ;and cultivation, thfv blanlce $6000 piaf.,x st. i, -. out; ,onf <.reg-
woeidllall(t. ) I of a inilP north of Cor- ory. This can t ifniiin'dlatly utll'zed fto
dova Park, with 4-roomi heots", barn bu.iiness purposes.
arid two stables. Police (tilm) For $700"wib" lo hit with-!vsft frontor,
further iinfornmation. apply to WV. R. caiz a' t'e-torant : fte e tont on .I.
eanniz alnd I1W.I ft front .-n Wrixtit. Thir
DoIe|la.-S on place, or J. E. Dubhluis- prope-rt. has nic- cottage' on it.and there 4-
soiln Bl'o., city. 13,nllin plenty of room to bulildadozen houses more
$8000 will "uyia handoiine ro'sile'ncte
$8000 oIi East (jreszo, y between Pala-
DURHAM Cigars are fox and Tarragona streets.
the finest 5 cent smoke $9000 wil h n '14 acre farm with
good hou*teand farm hlldiugts
Try them at D'Alem- ICleant property for truck fartning and
dairy purt)lsei. Thbi place is Just outhidt
berte's. the city limits.
$10 000wll buy a lot In tho businest8
W part of the city with 11i feet
front.
t. A. WATERScr, f...


BQtcher and Green Gr0ocer.C J E. Stillman Co.,


PHONE 172.
Fresh Tennessee and Native Meate,
Chickens and Country
Produce Daily.
Shop, near of Johnson & Son's Store,
INTENDENCIA STREET.


Acme Beer.

THE BEST BFER O(LD IN
PENSACO)A.

Dannheisser Bros.,

AGENTS.

A'so Sold by M. Pcrry ant im. Yates

The Jug Trade

Is Our Specialty.cz

Prompt Delivery and S-iti-factior.
Guaranteed.

Dannheisser Bros,

401 South Palafox St..
Phone No. 11ll. P. 0. Box 2l.
Railroad Exchange, Phone 26Sw.


East Side of Plaza.


Indigestion!

We challenge the world
to produce a remedy equal

to the Matchless Mineral

Water for the cure of In-

digestion, Dyspepsia and

allforms of Stomach, Bow-

el Troubles and Skin Dis-
eases. Guaranteed to cure

or money refunded. Cost

only 5 cents a day to use it.

One dollar bottle last twen-

ty days.

For sale by all druggists:

also I'. T. Green ('o. 37

S. Palafox Street.
OR ADDPF)RE


We. W. iLKINSON,

Greenville. Ala.
Temiimnitmql F'ro-m .tiJudge (rt-ton
; 'ake tr'-at p!e-a-ur.- i'. nc* rtfif);n ",, :!,
ts +Mih'l'Ul h W at,'r. "'fl' e.ettc'r'tIl i.: .'ral
oni l, zt iy "p-roinal ktiv.~-' tKi-ni
roni aI well t! ic- /rie -- .a;I of ir .-i\'e el.-.
*n tih -Xiq( t? onldi'n iI v. n-I' :i .c *',,'I. I
:a'.le' % e-n 11hi-' w lat-r t'-ed. '.itI w -ifn l
-ucec---. fir iy-vpe'pp.a i:aiken-t. i. '.. r.
*' yf- n f,r .fruptt dnn.-,- Mir.,- .r.l
,Ai.o-r (in man annd itinial. As. a r'-nte-v
for th-.o- truubles-. I rdo not b-li-v.- ;t-
-(|ual exlt'-. It a'1 icriy r'connmen'r.d .'t by
pbyseCi&on for a .una-r of Z7LL (,A>TO!V,
Judge of Probate Court, butler Coutrty,
Alabama.


FOREIGN' NOTES.

London imports 18,000,000 tons of coal
annually.
Monte Carlo is the one spot on the con-
tinent at present where everything is
d ne to please the English and make
them comfortable, as the Monte Carlo
people appreciate British patronage and
gold.
Exports from Belgium last year in-
er.ased $14.3.8.)000 over 18PN; imports
increased $2:.4*5S,000. This is almost
the only European country in which imi-
p.rts were larger in l 9 than in the year
preceding.
Nc(twithst.-iadinrg Russia's enormous ex-
p,-lditures in ceua-tructing the Tr 'nssi-
locrian railway ani fur the inenr.-,t- of
the ~iriny and navy the reIveint..s fir 12
yc.i-s rexct'- ()0J,Ktl0 ruelehs.

THE MOLINEUX VERDICT.

Mlinfux has money : thlerefore the law-
yers Lave LihoIe.-('hnit;ago IRecord.
Mloinltix's c'::- is one, instance where
a man's t'i:i!y c, nnectiojns failed to save
hiini freoina ;t t,:victioii ou tLe .charge of
uvirde'r.-Ilh t:oit Tribune.
.Mo.lin',:,ex li.s li:dl a fair trial ar.ong an
tll.p;'e'judli l l people T'J'h result is a
it 'o wur tly vinlicatiom i f the weight and
vrie1' of"f ci'-iaistantial t v6id..-nee under
miiend'in t:.,tiih is eof jndic-ial adni inistra-
t,,ni :"i i,'-aci ..--i'hiluadelphin: ItRecord.
.\ Iar,'l!ty .'i[tli;inux is r.g-aril>hl by
tmany lipersoiis in New York. lawyers as
well as asInyinc-, as a defe'ndaut who was
pr;tilH y :guilty fii' tie' hlit:i. leit whose guilt hlad not beell prove'!
so conclusively as to justify convicti,,tn of
ini:-dler in the thist degree.-Baltimiore
Sunu.


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.4.


C$pM CSTEM*S 'NL.UGNLS CASTOR IA
eaCHraica". Fmr Infants and Childen.

~ 2~'"!~U!Z~>7tThe Kind You Have Always Bought

Pest~U'. Te..~.ehI. Bears tfl5

%Is .1%swI-t we&:- stur W a4 T&a I


F.,ir Itl-pise i.t at ie
I ih t.::v a'lmi'ntince il.l-..f ;:. ",nln ,dt,
f)Ir l "{tl- 'be ItIlitllV I 'I f ';>-,tam I I'I l- lInt I 'I
the lor.i.I-ature-. ulejt t t, t II, lIrt'M Pcratit.
F ri Insm reIt...
%. 1 IMI l .,,LYg.

F',r tIheriff
I h.-rohy announce mytuys~lf a.a candidates
for Fhe-rtff ot li -carinblia County. aind re-
spoetllully utak the support of my friend*
mid voters oUl the- county. If elesteld I will
discharge the duties ofsaid office clearly,
fairly and Impartially.
W.H. Ht -Twiisno.
Faor Sheriff.
I hereby announce IviseIltfa' a candidate
for re-election to the ,,ffle of shertl'ofr A-
cambia county. 'Florida. and Solicit thesis-
frages and interest of all my friends.
lU,Bii E. .'iTll.

For Shrrifr.
I hereby announce myself a candidate for
Sheriff of i0cambia county at the enosilof
election. J.'. VANII'ELT.
For Clerk of lhe Cireair Court.
I hereby announce myself as a candidate
for re-election as clerk o( the circuit cowrs
of E.scambia county at the enuuing elaslto
and ask the support of the voter
A. M. MCMILLAN.
For Circuit Clerk
I announce mIv 'aniddaecy for ICierk of bthe
t'lret-it 'eourt of IE'aStiiihia ',euntv. s hje-egt
to) theilt' ition of tilt el r tlli ing I 0'W't-c atli
priilnarst". It. E I.. LIA' IIELL.
For Circuit Cl -rk.
ro the Vot-rt oE.f calilia s county:
I lh-rvby annmillht ve ilfiv t a-I Itcandidatt for
th olfl',*' of >l ik oef thi circuit court *)f
EKi'hniIlit contitv amiit will hbe pieal.td to
have tthe support of iii friend aind the
vo'e'r, te-n'rally. .I nIIN Ie. it. K A.
Ior lTx < (oll-ct.r.
I h-r hy announce< *mnyse'f as a canidisate
for re-el,'ctijn a-; Tax e'o'lector ofl E-cani-
lhi count. and ask the- support of my
friends and voters generally.
A. H. D'ALtK MKT?.
I,,ir Tax C'ollre T-It. tia,-y frindq ofJmidgeI V. H. Honifay
hitvin ohtained his coieistlet hereby an-
iienuce hiti a a tcondidate for Tax ('illetor
of Escaiubma county at the enlul inrlctl Osa.
MANY 'TSa
For Tax As ee-or.
I hl-re'ly announce mye'lf as a candiJla
for Taix Assesslior of K antistlit county., sub-
je'ti toi tle" iict.til Of the OInlioratcr prinsa-
ries. If elected I vxpe. t to ne-,t the appro-
bntion of thb tax payerm and will do my
duty in PvVry detail as I did when I h hl
the office before.
UKo. RKaeA.
For Tax Amecsesr.
The candidacy of William W. Richarrto Ie
hereby announced for re-s l.ctioon as tam -
aesor for Escambla county. subject to 6b1
a.Itioln of the democratic primaries.
F'or County Treatsurer.
I announce myself as a candidate for
the a i met oft county Treasurer. iilhp)est so
th- anctln of the demlloeratic primary, and
ask the support ett my friends.
W I L.IAm B. AN.ANLl. '.
Fur County Treasurer.
I hereby announce myself aa a candidate
for renontinatimon as tee.erer of t sto
county. *tuject toadecilsion at the enouiat
demenioatir primary ellomn. and reepefa -
fully soli'it the upporft t the voters of tMh
county. pledging myself for the future the
same ftatbfut performance of duty that 1
have e d-uvower' to lulufll during my pest
tenureof tbe offo*w. J. W. fRATrms.
WIoa Juls I eof the Pear.
I heretby announce my candidacy for re-
election to'thbomfflee of J ut ice of the rPatea
for the Meconstl llstracl. surije-t to the ac-
tion of thIt nonmlnating p Imart--.
Ilti Ki.t JePSBS.
Flor Jnatice of the P ace.
AtT he, uggelstionof r.umeroos fri,.le. I
her,-bjrannounco my candidacy for Juli.t-*
of the Peac. of titcond 'ilttrict. mubj).'t, s
the acliou of the noinirinttrIn primaric*
JA.tS H. LA.hIKl .

For chnol .!-uperint.tn alst.
I am a candidate for c',inty buptriitsor-
'Ir-nl tot public in irtrition. 'n uhjrt' to the
,leTim "'ratli primllari-. I re*p- fully *in-
lihit tlheit .iYratg-i if thE. .-ctloIlia iconU ty
vote s for tho' al ,.e- -hiar -la p ee .l'c
.lAWit'l M rAtr.
I"-.r Pchie I iaspe' liimle- e.,t
tol'i the Voter of i:-.rm, e li ti onrity .
I -..rel'v aiiilnine' m y-. I' ;a ',r. tlaft' f@,l
; p .riiT, r,. l, ir tl oif t'ts n l. I ll-tn il tri i., e Is
I.-e > nmaimt ce ou tt'y at'lI s-k the eelu ,; te ,f V .,y
t. rj I..

o- tr -up llmns'eilll- n I 'ublic. In-
"ri r. Ve* \" it t f '.-'-;li>tloi. (', ie'' I
:,-r h' .i'. :i e' ii. .''f it i .'t'. for r-
.. .i tc t e '.' "' c' ia.ty s.;eTr:nrc( n.
t ;it ,.f |r p n, ".* 0, 1,tlon a sl ill ti,,
iia *-c.el *,> hi:%'*i.' '. '.;::p sort of tiV ft:-n't
,r v *' i"" rI stI*'r .e 'iv et ti' t' rtc e '/t*-'r/ij-
"i Ttl, i an;r i'r. *..''cIOfl. N I; a ..,I
Ii or 51iniiI 'ioe4i) 5tiiril.
j1' h" It.1 r,. ,' ,., f.",T'! I '+.-elv *rn-
niiit'.- ee]v '.ir r? 4-l P" te'r ei.'-ieIs,-r ,. K.-
.'. '~ n .. I i nte f ,r N. rrlie*rn
i t, .r- .* .. .* L'.) a.- e ,II Or


"i ;^! i;;.." tam l ,-r*r -f it ,)'l-*t it 's fruit. .
; '! I ;' :1 !t* i* 'l,*t- '4 f',ri-()l<1a<.,
-. t .i t 1, T ei. 'i 'ri l rf t r, anm .


r- cM %j'fm I lie-r ie' 'i I. m'anril
Th- f: i '-ri- ,f e i:..!.. 1 w :**:' rf' a .
.l 1W hll'. \1. ..r':re hi.o Cotie'nt.
.a.-' .'r+ Hi'iinn '.i' r f' t l' t '!-.s..'len r" f'r msm -
'eec of ii- E'e- riiu '.iunIty -chs.o> Kearm4
for the northern el-tr*net. *ub;*'Lct to the *
ion of the Kzaocratlv primari.


_ ____~ __~____


Wait~ti BATED.
WutW to Mm ll kielsif USacs
leud Fraltp., Esichudiss, Sc.
iddru:s Box 142Z.

J. 1. Schn~hama a iarer- ausort-
minen of Solid St--rhng -- aw3fl


?ROMESIONAL OARDS.

Dr. MTa reellu5 Mc-Qrea ry.








DR. Wxi. C. DEwp.ERIxy.

OFFICZ-Hanaah Bros.' Dirug Sto-e.

T"SE!NYE-4OO M Jsckscir 2t?-ee


Wmn. I0. Marean, M. D.9

UHmio e Ta 41c Plysic12u aii,,dSllr~cc

OIT~rq biji pro!,'!.sinwlrtet rvicoe...to t!:o citI-
Eeae~ia8 attention gl iven '0 the. tr.'irnt-ni
of Chron:,1i'i-a-eq arid *
andl.* u:( 4h lu:- ii.
'I I:irtv Y'Tt .w er eL!ce in tka..S- 'uth.
Ofic~ie' Hour-: at. in. to I" tit.. 2 !o 4 p. m.
Residence Phone No. 25.
Wttenf.irMopit Builelinw-lbewvrn3


Convention kCall.
The slxteertithannual nieeting of
the Woinsn'. ('Chruruti:,n Temperance
Union of Florid~a.,wii! ha hold Rh

'Ihet- it-t = :' ~* it e e. w ,

~e~..~a c-l.. K-.sm v '?Flors,
WiN Les. t wi l'' U." et. .r1-11u ad-

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LDAGLE DIRECTORY

1iNIGHTS 03F PYTEIZAS.
Peinc 15*4038 odge. No. 3. K ofr P.
Meets every Monday even.
ing at 7::11. at Cootie HalL,
litl Huthiltisn, hall. Uwo*
Vi-itanhg brethren cordially


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4 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MARCH 24,1900.


THE DAILY NEWS: of the Dinley tariff as illustrate
ed by the Frick-Carnegle epi
astero at tLe rtust t ffce at rteacola. sode. They also reminded the
via-ascond-'clas matter. public that Mr. Carneiie himself
OiClK: Pitt tutilding.1lls1, south Pala- having grown rich enough by tarif
U et,___up-stairs. "protection to be independent, hat
PI'BLIIED BY declared that his interests would b
THE NEWS PUBLIBHING 00. benefitted by a repeal cf the tariff, o
words to that effect.
Trml-lnvaldrably in Advance. It should be remembered that th
w bou .. .. : Carneirie company is neither a cor
im nh UM0 s" .. '1 portion nor a trust. It is a plain
01 week. by carrier. payable Monday W" unadorned partnership. It gained
its wealth, as many manufacturing
T W CIClKI AY JIWB: corporations have done, by the oper
sbiihed every Friday at $1.i0 per year ation of a tariff which enables it. a
raerothers do, to demand higher price
TELEPHONE NO. 118. for its products at home than those
it was perfectly willing to accept
ddwrtiuinfg RteaFurnu denApplica'ion". abroad, when it had a surplus fo
ale beyond the domestic det:iand
The same tariff, which "Sugar'
SNlLA3U.L Havemreyer declared is "the mothe
of trusts," has created tru-ts and en
abled them to rob the people. It i
PUBA00LA. MARCH. 24. 1900. riot that "the trusts must go!' bu
4 that "the protective tariff"-which
PRECI4CT DEL.EGATES makes trusts possible-"must go "
The- Mst-. .m..craticClub of Pensacolia Does the democratic party w!ran


bas endor ..d the following ticket for del-
egates from the city pr-cancts to the DeDm-
erattuc County Convention to be held at
rowe ton. April 14 and ask that they be-
jven a bhearty support hy the voters:
Preetoct 1-4'-. H. Singles. Isanid the#.-
baA. Wm. Bazzell, J. 1). MA xlII, and 1. F.
W raghton.

VSacan.
PrecUt1 4I--';o. A. 1ount.Th,.-. I nnah.

J.0. MiLtauiaei'y. John I'I,.iff-er and J. E.
l'recniet -IK. H i'tnam. .1.lin WeKt.
Wtnl. ~4-li et 1" .DL;- : -:W'Itlt" eiid W. A.
Ifunlaaiu.


AT li-t th~ ,ve-rtinfntt flivials in
tChatg f tit. div;ii, n < f fore-try f
the depa.rtnienti of Z iricult ue hlivi
turned tl.eir attention to the need.
of the South. In a bulletin s nt outi
from that divi-ion appears the fol-
lowin:g brief pariagra;>h whic:i prom-
ises a beginning tha" should have
been made long year- a:no:
A study of the i',uthern liinZit f I in*' ait
been begun by thb, divrion brief examui;ltion last fa: l proved ti:iy
pretval iig Id.-a' 'rgarding tl.;- tr.-e t' .,
mistak-en. 'iiT -rat~ f gKi Kl wia' w ,show
to be comparai!'y iirap, anrd rvz-talic," too
fire tar gr. .ter ith ii n is coilnliON!.ly iteli'veil.
Tbheediscovt'ri". -uiggt-t'-d da fu;l.r ILts.--
tigation for tLe lieu. :i: f luinh.rmiietn.
The chief object L ill be to deteri-linle t!
length of tmn- which niu-t elai-e after log-
pung twfor.- a:otlher cut can be made. Suic!.
knowledge, il ena'tbl- owit.rsi to dtt'-id
whether ia: ill pay to prot,.ct liozg-d-'It,
lands trom tfir'- ai.d k.-ep up thie tltts for
the oak, of -ubIsqIu-Lt cro'.-.
THEi bi.l to appropriate relief
funds to the starving Porto Ricans
i- a transparent republican artifice
to distinct public attention from the
dilemma in which that party find.-
i:self in re-pect to the Porto Rico
tariff infamy. The bill purposes to
place at the dispo-al of the president
the full amount of the custoins reve-
nue heretofore collected ft-om Porto
Rico commerce, for the relief of the
needy inhabitants of the island. Be-
sides being a broad admii-sion-how-
ever unintentional-that the collec-
tion of such duties is unlawful an.l
unjustiflable, it attempts to dispose
of funds which do not belong to the
United State- or tothe Porto Ricat.-.
but to tho.-e -who paid it into ti.,
trea-ury. a- w.ll doul)e--ss be adl-
judged by the supreme court in it-
decision of the -nits already hrouzght
for the refunding of the same to tile
parties from whomthey were tunilaw-
fully colls.ct d.


"rhe Motiher of Tv'ists "
At a luncheon given to his par:-
ners a short tiow ago, Mr. Andr'-w
Carnegie. p:e-idl-nt of tlie (Car'eitzie
titeel companyy, in a moillment of in-
discretion siaperinduce-d by his en-
virounient. a-serted that the profits
of the company for I99 were tw-ntt-
one million dollars, and the vaiue ,.f
the bu-iness- two hundred and fifty
million doll it-. One of lits hearers.
Mr. H. C. Frick.wtno had previou-lyv
,sold about ont -!i:.lf of hlis intere-t to
Mr. Carn-egia fi,r t- *"book valui-."
and valu,-d t'i., re i:iinde-r .,f l.i-
.'.oldirgs ;it five- ':.iliion dollar-. f ,
which .Irf. ('.ta:,-i,' had l ffird hili
I 14 1llillk i ,',I li'-. im:ci:+-d tlie ,-t,,
by Mr. (C ::."a:1,- l p.-t-r :d i.J li
tI ellt'l::-. w e't :i; !:i- anit b>... ii!
figuring, the- r.'-i;" timing t!!Lt i.(
di.covei d I.:- in;i! re-t to be wirt .
somethiii lk- -!xt,,:i m million= ;alliI
a qual t-I ai. : ilg tO t -e (.arl. ,i*.
e-tii:',-. wlii ri-u;oi ;e irou-~ :'
t-uit a :'tiili-t 1.1- w ictke! ; r'.il r If I
all accouintinlg .l.a d tl.h- v lu,' of l.;-
interest as e h ihad ci.npute-d it.
The briiiniai I thi- tcuriui. sii;t.
notwith-tanidindz. tli,- fact th:it r,
Carnegie, iin Ii- a:s-wr. p!o.t. -t. that hie had oi.ly be- ni joking., aud
that the real value of(f the bu-il'--
was only about s.ev nty-six mnillion:-.
ia said to have -.iven a severe shock
to the republican leaders., who feared
the effect upon the public mind ol
such untinmely disclosures just at a
time when they werestruggli(g with
a situation, with respect to their at-
titude upon the Porto Rico tariff
bill. which threatened to destroy
public confidence in the integrity of
the chief doctrine of republicanism
-the protective tariff.
The alarnu was sounded, the chiefs
and their henchmen rushed frant-
ically to and fro, cautionary signals
were hoisted; but it was too late, th-
damare had already be*n done, and
*L%. ainrtnant.a nf UnMI .inl..vv,


or need a stronger issue than thi.?

If you have Sore Throat Pain-Killei
will cure it. If you have a coulh oI
eolJ. Pain-Killer will end it. If you
have cramps or diarrhnwa, Pain-
Killer will relieve it. If yon cut
burn or bruise yourself. Pain-Killer
will stop the pain. In short a bottle
of Pain-Killer on your shelf will
save pain. time and money. Avoid
s-ibstitutes, there is hbut :ion Paiin-
Kil:lr, Perry Davis'. Price '.'5c. at;d

"--Cape May" at Eugene Ar *na' Ft bruary Cotton Exporit.
Henry Clews' circular of Mar.! I 7
The exports of merchandi-e da:r-
ing Fe-bruary amounted to *11T9.76i'.-
iAi,; the largest February in the la-t
live years. The imp, rl's ot nerchan-
dise were quite large, Sm',774.(i0). but
the excess of exports amounts-i t o
$351 .'j1,1i0; an increase of nearly 5 I
per cent over the same month last
year. Such a large and sudden aid-
dition to our trade balance i- worth
investigating. These are the princi-
pal articles '.f export for l-'b:L. Lry:
il..'. 1".''..
't'. 71 ,ti
Oi l: -. '_
M ainer;i l oii -. 71ii '..1' .i 2
r'ot ton ,.'.
Cotton. it will ble ol served. ae-
countss fr nearly t!.e wwl,.,l-' ia;in.
anl the ri-e in price wa- ain limipor-
tant factor. While thle quantity ex-
ported during tihe Ionotij -h5iowd anI
increase of about : ;i pe-r ceni. vailiue
-howed an increase of 4-13 ir c'-ait;
the export piri.'e risi.n Irri, ti t cent.-
inI February. ]' ;9l. to 'ov, r e-ns inll
February, litio. Incilentt-lly it is
worth emphazizingi the value of this
increase in the amount realiz.d on
the cotton crop to the So th. TI" ft1;
southern pla.ite r secures $ .', i.,i o
more for this crop than for its pri-(fd-
ce-sor. it intanis itmuch for southern
merchants anid the railroad-. to ~aay
nothing of the indi-trial revival
now going lihiiln at a -ti:mulatini
pace in the f i .uth,.


Dr. Bull's*Cough Sprup is the safest a'md
s.ir--t kur- fter tU10-'.e 41&fLrt'!*111 fedii
,'of t 1w hlit ,I.-4i' r4 %%.Z .ttitLtLL
aind et.'ih l e'sa.r.ci.
c's''lren uk -'it. a:,id. (1( %ts r -stmal. i1!:ce
te ts.
''Pxsml Joes-et' at E-ugene A~rb -tla''.


A $1.000 Calendar.
We are in receipt o(f thle Armn'iir
rliou-.niid D1)ilar Priz- Art (':Alt.L-
dar. coisi-ating ,of thirteia sh et-
-iz- loxl41, r. pr"ldu tlitn s of th."
priz- winnirde-i.zrni in: coldiil re-
li-t made- by Me-,-rs. W. P. Mc.I),,n-
ald and J. I)ee W.areh alil. T!ie wil-
uiing of thi' prize by th!s.b ylitang
meii0 has given thei- a i it i)ona! rep-
utitioni a eltonfig de-iirnier. lu th
nam'-s li ave- foir some yea','irs b:rt'k
been well known to f-llow arti-t- in
the west, in c tlmenctio'tni. prticul.trly.
with the Rookwot' Pot'tery of (Cini-
cinaiati. Mr. McDonald was born inl
that city, and Mr. Wareham, thotmgh
a native of Michiaan, hais Iimadf it
his hoane for --even years p:ist.
Both had their trainingii In tl.i Ait
Ac do-ily >,f Cincinill ti.t; i' .--ini,;
tlhence under the artistic iuifllit.it-e-
that have prevailed at R okwi.d
al;d in lat:, years visiting l'.turi ;'fe.
'I'll. ir art i- of local growth. a it:--
tinctly AlUirican isev'-p opn' nt. li;t
in cl'-e-ymipathy witi thi n-w- r
,l o''rative' :nvil z li-'tt alhr.v;al. w !:i> !.
h.iw-v '-r. it illi t .o s 1-,, li it to-.
S,:nld tW 'li.v-five t fe-t -t. iii.ips .r
c,:rre.ie'y te, Arino'ir & ('.. C'.l.'.s. '.
:i:Al rhi'Vy w ill i lill y\- i. I -T' tpai .
t *!:it ',ra;.' c;l,'!di'r c ir,,iy f f -
Ieh i in -t"' iir-" li ii;i'i i." i,:ckk :,'.


It i- very !, ird to -t i. i 1dldl by i
.* it dte r *oit -uiler wlvil'tv a wat-
! :inz te ar, ivil oif the itl- ct' r. Ali
Albany v N. Y. dliiii mnal :l-iid ;t ai
l':i1 -tor',, their, i- o a dr*:,i t c('ilie
itrii A .i-s chiid. ?h'n very -t'k
wi:t: cr.i'ip. Not li di:!.. tih doct ,r
in, le 1-f' wNv rd ;':r himli to c' ri at
<,I*" .. f i- return. He' ;a s-, l>.;.iht
I t>-t;!, ,,f I'h:sinberlain'as (',i;.u i
Rl-i1. dy. w icli I.0 hoped w,,till jive
S. esli r'llf i ;'Itl! tlhe do,)ctor -htould
ar liva. It: a fe-w hoiursi hi, r-trt i; (d.
*-, i\ I n t!he' ii t'' i" ;r ed 11 : '** :..*. ; -
th;** c' id w:as mi.ueh bI-tT h r "T..-
d(ruagi-t. M1r. )tt, Seh.lil. -ays t:;;
family ly as i:ice r- I r' iiam 'ndeid
Chaimiberlain s Cotiuih Ret'etlvy to
their neighbor- and friends until he
has a constant demand for it from
that pirt of the country. For sale
by Hanuiah Bros., 21 8otth Palafox
street.
Hannah Bros'. are agents for De-
Wees' Cough Cure. Diarrho-a Rem-
edy and Witch Hazel Salve. They
guarantee all three of these prepara-
tions and will cheerfully refund the
money to any one who utie< them
without being benefited. Price :25
cents each.
Bartholomay is the best beer. Eu-
gene Arbona.


.0-do


? N\BANNS.
e 1. Johann Jochim Franz Ahrendt (al
t f ONG TH LAhrens) son of the deceased cooper. Jochi
Heinrich Abrendt at Jabel. and hi wi
irI Ci 11111 nf Catharine Maria Louise, born Techan. bo
~ h h 1 I ly domliclllated there andemigrated b
U BUILDIR between ItS and lIa) to North Americ
There hlie was before the war between t
r Northern and Southern States for sor
time with his uncle. Henry Ahreas. at Pe
of sacola. then in New Orleans, after which
Workof the Week Done By returned to the State of Illinois. This
Men.formation about him, dated from the ye
t Union Men. 1.. comes from his above named unc
Henry Abrena. and is the last newSobtain
h about him here.
2. Johann Heinrich Christian Atrenw
(also Ahrens). son of the deceased barrt
t An Interesting Rep rt on New Build- uaker.Joachim leinrich Ahrendt.iat Jabi
and of hi wife. Catherine Maria Loui'
inge. Repairs and General Ina- born Techan. born on December ith. I~%
at Jabel. having resided there until lwia-'
provemente. Reported for The after which he emigrated to his unci
r Henry Ahrens., at PenacAtc.l, l'. Americ
News by the Efficient Busines" after which he went in lis; to the State ,
SIllinois. Afterwards it is stated that a le
. Agent of the Carpentexs' Union. ter dated from April. 1s71, from White ltoc)
postotfice, Jewell county. Kansas, was rc
Messrs. Davis & Woody are plas- ceeiv-d.
Are summoned upon request of their ex
r tering the T. B. Turner residence, ecutors barrelmaker. H. Ahrendt, at 1l1
corner Of Plafox adi De6to streets, *Jabel, and Fiteuller Fr. Ahrendt at Vi
P corner of Palafox aind De-iot-treets. lanek. Meckleniirg to appear not inte
The dwelling at WJ E:tst Gregory than Thursday tOctobe+r 4th. It'.1, at
o'clock ait. in., at the court appointed ft
street i- undergoing repairs by union ttat object ana in ease o! nou-appearan(
111o:1 they will b.- con-;lrtd drad.
men. t All thou- wflo narhatllf eto lv ', informni
Mr. L. C. Bennett i plastering the ton at)out lit,'or death of th.- above, ar
requested to do so Dnot later than on th
J. J. McCuskill dwelling, corner (of dat, o- f to.-ittinm of the court as above.
LBylen and Cervantes street.m., .: Nr, I,, II.'CALR 'lI TO Ir.
O(ne more of the large lihhtt-rs i n
course of construction at Lani-ford' Protentced a Tragedy.
shipyard was launched a few daws Timei-Iv information given M1r
ago. and the frame work of another (; 'orge L.,:'. (f New Straitsville
SOhio, prevented a dreadful tiagedi
was commenced, but owing to the atd saved two lives. A frigh fu
lack of material, work wa- di.-coni- eougih had long kept her awake ever,
tinted for a few days. night. She had tried mially reme
The four cottages. be-lonin. to dies and doctors, but steadily grev
worse until urged to try Dr. King'
Neils McK. Oerting. which were New Di-covery'-. One bottle wholly
contracted to Ernest Shackelford cured her, and she write this mar
some time ago, are nearing comple- velous medicine also cure d Mr. Lonu
tion. They are desirably located ot of a severe attack of Pneunioniaa
E:ist (Gad-den street. over-lookin- such ecures are positive proof of th
the bay. matchless merit of this grand reme
The property lately purchased by dy for curing all throat, chest an
0(. W. Pryor of W. B. McMillian onI lung trouble#. Only .i4c iand 1 ikN
Tenth avenue, between Thirteenth Every bottle guaranteed. Trial but
and Fourteenth streets, is undergo- tles free at W. A. D'Alemberte's drug
ing general repairs of dwelling, store.
fences and out-buildings. Eugene Arbona's is headquarters
Work on the Rolen I.ee cottage fur tine liquors.
wa. commenced Thursday hy a crew
of M. J. Clark's men. The cott:tve WV01) WA.NTED.
consists of four rooms, hall, clotet;s,
porches, etc., and promises to be as Bid s are desired forw oi. cords of
neat as it is convenient. good pie wood.
Mr. G. M. Langley is building two 22mlw _11Rl4'T Ii'E C'o.
neat skitf boats at No. 2i West
Romana street. One of the boats is v,;-- ,
for himself and the other is for J. --RANDA
D. 3Marzoni.
One of th3 dwellings lath'l par--
chased by Mr. Frank Radelitff. from
Ernest Shackelford, at s'.t North Al-
caniz street, i! fini-h-d and theI 01 1
other is rapidly near iit. c im!ple-tion.
0. M. Prvor's resiue-iice at 6;12
North Alcaniz street i- ulderdTroin WeCllds any d Thursday,
coinsiderable re-pairs by Elinrr
W\ Vlf's crew of uiii.n 1:n:i. ,. MARCH 28th AND 29tb,
Several newel post-:, a l1t o)f b !- A C 28th A 2t,
terms ia i rail and five cilliti t m" in-
tles f< r the- J. J. McCask1il d ,',eId iin-v -.\T-
(orncr Il tylen and C'.r vaiat. -t ,. -'-s.
dist church at (Goulding ;,!( s.i' ,i
able drill, scroll and turtnr-fd work
for different jobi-. was nMiRtS t'Lrd
at the carpenter deji t 'irz:ut ,f the
Pitt Mill Co. th, pa-t wk. Illtelccip, near Falox StrpEt
Work of layin.- the ft'ulad:i.:, to
the W-ar warelhiou-' on T',strra ,o:>a
street, between iGove.'ment aId In-
tendencia streets wa-i comin-al I a
few days ago. TI hIl'l' ws I Q ua ity .
contracted to Me-srQ. 'i-ons '.: Sun-
dlav. The bricK work i- zco:itrctetd I
t rssrs. Wils r I. No.%er exlperimnent with so imllipotant
T'he f allowing work h -"le-ed by Iiho-. FI. VWri'.ton: I'aint-
i 14-xte-rior and plilti ;-a iid pal,'- A Y
mi interior of the dwillin iii 1- AN D
pied by Mrs. Doi-s!idion at 110 East
(iregorv street, paintiijn aunii paper- It is thr. Hiih in.r parlor for Mrs. Stk,'--. 1 1: E-: IntentdenciIt for 1. C. Watson & (C 7.
omn" ve.y ha lian.oloe ,ni'^ h live NO ADI 'LTERATI( N.
been tirted up in t.- l'.i- n t of A-k ou dea for candy u
the l:.ar- building. t, S,.nt ih P.lif A k oxr d,: r t y l: ,
street by Contractor Ci..-. -I. lTar-
,, A llen Candy M Coo
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup will cure throat
ai,! !u ii-: trouibl- without" il;ll. i-nr ri ppl-. PENSACOILA, FLA.
'.'i s ii ani/ i a ,i eD-e-**nt ld cou~li ir r-ld.
,; i- :tr, hl>'-i re-lll Th- lt.- lirP mall itian I li bottle cost- o'iilv"
1Who is Rader?
-Hunter'- voe at E urone Aroxta'-.
SHe's is the Furniture
Who is Rader ? Man.
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A SOLID CAR LOAD. Stylish Stick Sea

Pretty Phaetons.
CAR LOAD PRICES! li 0 Cs,


Any and Every Style!


Top Buggies.


our REFRIGERATORS ar- (;uairazzte, d to, I%,
an,'! t.ak, a lower to-!1ll'-raitujr#-c than tiy.ivtfier oin thei.nirk,
'1 !i'hvi-LA4an Ab-:''lIt'.## DRY AR I"'R9VJSON fIf


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R ---+SPECIAL SALE OF RUCS.-:.

4| Black Taffeta Bilk Waists, Each $3.50.

I Colored Taffeta Silk Waists, Each *4.25



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PULLEY BELTS! Mak'.;' PULL" ';

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More Complete tihair Ever thi- s.,-, :
f'T'*Y
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the easy payment plan.


M110I TAIN A


MINT TONIC
Everybody needs a toinic these
lazy spring delays to drive xiway that
tired feeling. Mountain Mitit 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 '"i
makes the sick well; the weak
strong; and it gives one who is all
run down a new lease on life and a
healthy appetite. Mountain Mint
Tonic has been tried by hundreds of
people in Pensacola. everyone of
whom heartily recommends it aq the M11
best tonic they ever used. It does
more than we claim for it. One dol-
lar per bottle, six bottles for five dol- DRJ


CRAND
SPRING OPENING
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MILLINERY
-AT-
BOWERS & KRUSE'S
Wednesday. March 28th.
and conitlnuing all
tthe week
our 17at. net'# 1 'ri.-es sp'ra
for T7"hemxlre'p.
You are ('ordtally Invited
toAttend.


88 R. NEWELL,

ESSMAKER.


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Sullbues and heals Salt Rheum. cures Boils,
removes Pimples and Eruptions, gives fair,
clear, complexion. It thoroughly puri-
fies, vitalizes and enriches the blood.


The enltor w il
will tive ia nn-i, ,
of the publi,- -
Thursday ever,:.
Clutter's mu nic .
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adults ai d 2, ,': -
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5 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MARCH .4, 1900


AFTER VITORIA-WHAT?
rreporrwec by a Uritubam" on
twiow was copied fivmr an old
ma.,& ide In the year 1844:
%,ril~thti@C of so ancient proverb-
ft,jI10wing prophet7 is Mid to haveO
1 -,..Ilverifd toy a British bszd In the
Wt ~tIDJ~ the Norman and Pre-
,j ponile ot the Monk aflDSluts
.1! 'ht DO gam than tbmS
direct goetevenon should ever
~.rceit over thene kiingdoaM Irtth-
klaOi~imt l~t~rrUiO.C0
i Willi-m the Warns.
* 1~~. Cillum 3
S afi7 the F~rut.
- ~ to as um 4ti~m ON Utepbm.
I NO &*aecwi.?
I a mad the rius.
11 Waad the Umeind.
,.. tb*th abdioStlosad MA d of
M hdwsd the Third-
3alabrd the binmd.
.0d by the depedm of tha ..mrcbj
i Hemtry the Fourtb.
a lknry the Mbt.
-em the bUAt
.' ithe ruaeloratof the baM~ of


i dword the Fourth.
z dward the fth
s' Wkbd tie Thfird.
.1ti the murpatioa ofI


BMWlgb


SI awy thwe bsrth .
SnawY there titata. A
i 4dwsard the Sith. u
I, .t.d by the eiectson of L Ja* ag Ou.
i2 E -lb.
* I Ejit In *
.6 01 of Caflld In ft
L imm e t Fiea .
Ch(at the Irut.
.-... by the dpedett ot tht t mer
-* *asmef et Oaotr br Oem a.
wm0i the ternl.
6 Jam s the e5ieoh. M



-'u lted by the, prlaamuTl appitmiene

gt iommtu ad a to l efl
6- Gueed t the Wait e a ca

w nu "sf e t

Wboi may<. God bbe' ButoWtb l
bhe the MOnt e the Thi-d.-




1* pub.lica tewoaper In tomdWo ad
IS Pu(lw at n Gr It
S 0t1 the ie Mlka (The Little One)
00..aMiN Jjust four octavo pags.t
hal thl t Im t Itd well Lenlyed




a emhOrinng e ddtlaon to Ba h htr
I be kepmt It UP ewutpaperl the thuworld-



h etno1s< when t belin a Grncttbus

pad opuatalatu and cee to plar aa.
ut the lritle sheet a ppef agatd
AoeDer the war and hche da etUim ap-
uter. started It 4a a srt Jke, 4buta






r that w t paid wIntervall evut.ed
gratifylng addition to his 0 weenes.



apst. wh editorial an, bet Ma -us



Swathe but ale sheet aprofo t. tn
Wftur the war and hase oallene ap-
p,.r at weekly nt ervals eefudn.


Small she's fo the its rea m of 2
pal-tila editorials and rc gen-
It d news, fut atlso profoe d mart ut
r culture ctnrl and gpIl. e as


T** as fwrqu-et poetca ll eR- ones

*tral lyric and po even ieto from
An atll this fur t4e trof atd of 2ad
Aactras, or about 40 *ee art.




It t mt ound taste the unmeatmlbute.

*t o Hiendberi does not one the
r1 litewl and no esW e l senate fro
to attack(. Its pur*t ofAki Mon san



bewodI garel stlar was remsntId tob
Wan by his t WiJ into lw recent-
T The contest a inthe boue makes
k D--ao" for the sipe er to use a
9 Sft safhmaJl weapon. Speaker
a d s a b"rge Ivory *ammer with
a stroas handle :ad poe aded so hard
Sat the top of the desk, was reduced
b ihera about. every -three months
d ad to be ced by an oaken
gak at least twiee arid sometimes
e timtues d4eft tUe essiion. The
10eo*d aw/, Whah %,was made by
caslel Reta re e1e friends from
*ud take, e at AdMiral Montljo's
Iehlp iU mft barber. bhangs toIn the
Otbr's easm med Is gently admired.


Isl--llb so f rltTthee.
Il twl e ue ot a adtwts on Wash-
ftu'. birthday Seunator Depew de-
d4 he v was the only m in r of the
etq %aho did t bq pe to be prsi-
w lhe New Yorkers bl tfor the
Sewatit alpareutly for.otte that Sen-
Mt MexMlSfn of MdIgdam. elfen ofa
uMtsmota. Juoea of Nevada. (slmagert
' 9'w Hamnpdlmhe, lew d Jer-
NY Uad Simon of (Orgo sam.whout
he of suc h boaor. all hartr been
Wtit albrad -McMilIa and GaRacer
hb Ciada. Nelaoa In N.rway. Aoe Ia
SSewe@l tn Irdand 0dBSimoo
1 ier .i y-.Chicago Chbrn


THE CENSOR. r-
At last It must be admitted taet the
Wiswcasin farmer who shot has so.
through both legs to prevent his going to
a dance was a fairly good marksman.-
(liicago News.
The actress who shot her stage masa-
gpr and is now going to star may have
iifieulty in getting assistance in ease she
seeui to be in need of more adrertise-
mneuts.-Washington Star.
The theory of Profesor Hart that food
adulteration is responsible for the present
degeneracy of the race would be more
interesting were the race degenerating.
But it isn't.-Boston Transcript.
The frequency with which British crit-
ics of British military operations in
South Africa refer to the successful tac-
ties of American generals in the civil
war attracts attention.-L'tica Prems.
The attention of the too friendly and
jovial is called to this fact: A man in
New York had his neck broken one day
last wti'k by an overfriendly man giving
hinm a slap on the back when on the
,treets.-Atchisn Globe.
A New Jersey paper reports that a ter-
rifying snakelike mouster with a scaly
body and four claws has been een in the
woiKd near Perryville, that state. Ever
ein, e the discovery of applejack such
things have been occasionally seen by
Jersyites.--Denver P'ost.
The people of central New York are
all torn up over the problem. elf a batik
borrow ms ouey at 4 per cent and lends it
at 5 per cent. what i, tbhe bank's piroit, 1
per cent (or '17 per cent?'" I'eopile who i
are getting weary tof the new century
di iug thib substitute.-Bloston Globe.
There x-erms to be a very grave mnenacee
to Great lititain in the fao't of the tI:mass-
inug f a large Russian arny on the frun-
tier of Afghanitstan. coupled with the an-
nounce'l cret tiilitary expedition authorized by the
e:ir t'o Ex'ttiiini' conditions prevailing ou
the road :-. li.lia.-St. Louis Itelplblhc.


POULTRY POINTERS.


Straw i better than hay in the nest
boxes.
To thrive well the hen must have some
bulky food.
The secret of feeding is to avoid getting
the hens too) fat.
One-ha!f the trouble with poultry
comes fr,,ti lack of hard, sharp grit.
It will be, hard to get a cross that will
lay at am e.rhter age than some of the
laire breeds.
It is a go0d plan in winter to empty
the drinking z esst.ls as soon aa the fowls
hinvet. atit-d their thirst.
ll.-- (ihat are kept constantly quiet
aud tlamree ill take letter mothers thau
ihe aild. ni.i'outrollable ones.
\-nI- .ln iii poultry is the basis of i
I-a uty. ,vig,'r unl prolitioness. It is more
-.'t-eital to poultir culture than anything
'1 : 1g4P,,. hens and a rooster will coii-
'it!,'e a '. & l:t.id lhre.tling lpen. He sure
thi:ai they arc the very be-st fowls on ithe
With fian y poultry, to mate properly,
,,nf 1,,i:'l Ie ull lto bo'rt a bal, amil
k j j -t v.lhat I mi:j s are '. lo t liable to
tac ;.a prize.--St. Loui;s It.public.


THE ROYAL BOX.


,- rilt:i if l.-inakat S.umat:'n) has
or erd .r n i n a ,', i' ;l.' I .ltuLitte iU P'aris.
The zar I .as presented a new acht to
I'raince (George of Greece. who saved hisi
life in Japan ,-,aue years ago.
Emnvperor W1illiam has interested him-
self irn a proJ.ct to give Berlin a W'aguer
theater, inua which the works of this mas-
ter awl other serious operas will be pre-
sented.
It is now nettled that the German em-
poEir and enipres%. will Jpay a visit to
IJtmie in the spring and that they will
take the oil,i)o-tunity, while in Italy, of
visiting thi queen of England at Btordig-
hera. v. lhre there is likely to be a large
family niee.tiag.
Aill-,,rs presenting copies of their
wiN.ks to Queen Victoria usually have
theam lusilurilosly bound, but according
to a comuinuication rec-ived by a Scot-
tish publisher fro'u Sir Arthur Bigge,
the q]utrnpl prefer, t receive Ismiks in the
tiundia ia wLichb they ate iputlished.

THE DIAMOND KING.
Cecil Ithodes was relieved. The relief
of Kimberley was an incident.-Detruit
Free P'ress.
Abrut the worst thing that has befallen
Eugland in the Transvaal war is the res-
cue of t'ecil Ihodes.-Topeka Journal.
In case there is a slump in the diamond
business Cecil Ithodes might hind em-
ployment in tihe mu..eums as the $10.000,-
iOAii prize beauty.--Washington Post-
If Ce-'il Rhodes didn't take General
French into that diamond ault and tell
him to dip in and help himself to a hand-
ful of carats, he is an ungrateful man.-
Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Cecil Ihodes took advantage of the re-
samption of travel from Kimnibbley south-
ward to depart for Cape Town. P. S.-
Cape Town is the farthest point In South
Africa from the seat of war.-Syracuse
Herald.


'Tpma. -ms Pleqkwiek.
A curious lucident was remarked in
one of the reports of casualties pub-
lished in England after one of the re-
cent battles. Close together In the list
of killed were the names of Captain
ITupman and Private Plckwick. The


S names of Dickens' characters are by
RAILWAY TIES., no means common, and t Is strange to
_--_ find them conjoined In such a place.
WS lrlia usnieroend raefwtMY C
mid D&d $l(M e4 ,m.oofd Coffee! Coffee!!
olh, ..i h in-at (We call the attention of
fm..I.imn of ailnay e. as the general public to the
66-i-berof dr .ne -1w dw fact that we har-e one of
the byeth t t1 the best quippedd Roasters
U F ..W.t .MI R6 R.o ...rai- in, the South, and that we
we Ayierstictsam 484 that.hs.-
S ati~a",bats becan furnish this delicious
% ti.t ,i n &ad nor" M bo o ----1#
too. la ,,4 e Wa e beVrr erac at prices that
.lal .. m .,_ defy competition. We also
T'), ,maclu of s8t. L.ma basep-- wish to remind you that our
wv"" r ediotat8 m tf aret .al~. O ffCi are always fresh'
%d. ,a eAn e.1ect from the Roaster. While
"1a.,, of ore can amo swa others areoldand have lost,
'.a%(T OW ". their troma, ours is fresh
vy.ou want something to heal and delicious.
rao, ae whbat w hys New Orleans Grocery Co.,
s.t heahlar oiltment in the .ASf. JM'HUGH.


_ _ @'~l


CARO


Now a Woman



HowRU., INr., Nov. X.
I will always praise Wine of Cardul It
n does me morm ood tha all theu medali-
lass I ave *er taken my ife. Pleas
sem4 a book about female odisesse to the
ladles whose ame* I s aselos.
Mrs. MINNIm STODOHILL


t isn't necessary for a woman to give particulars. When she says
she has "female troubles", other women know what that means. It
means days and nights of endless suffering. It means headaches which
no tongue can describe. It means that terrible bearing and dragging
down in the lower abdomen. It means agonizing backache, and shoulder
ache, and arm ache, and aches in the lower limbs. It means nerves on
edge -the blues- despondency and kiss of hope. It means debilitating
drains that the doctors call leucorrhea.. It means martyrdom- some-
times even death seems preferable. And still Wine of Cardui will utterly
put those diseases and pains to rout.
LAWIS' a AISlT MKPARTUtT. It h..s cured thousands of cases
ror ad vicamnsreqirftcrWsp.emtaI when ntllhing else on earth would.
ndrec-o, d"des. -s- To thi bidding woman, to the
a ctasmo., chattaaooss. Term. bri.e. to the wife, to the expectant
m-.ther, to) those going through
the Chmage of Life, this Vegetable Wine is a blessing.


ruggists Sell Large Bottles for $1.00.


WINg=


DUNN'S


HOTEL


ON EUROPEAM PLAN.


Restaurant Attached, Open Day and Night.
OYSTERS, FISH AND GAME OF ALL KINI)M IN MEASON.
Special Orders at Any Hour.
RATES:-From $1.00 to $1.60 per Day. i LODGING:
515 andt 519 8. South Palafox Street. ren waolv. il..i.rids 25 and 50c


"

Foundry W IMachine Shops,
CENTRAL WHARF, COR. JEFFERSON AND PINE STE.ETS,


Telephone 346,


Pensacola, Fla.


PATTERNS, CASTINGS, LUMBER TRUCKS, SMALL (HII LLED
Car Wheels, Wood and Iron Pulleys, Hangor.i, Boxe-, Etc Ma* u
factored to Order in First-Class, Workmanlike Manner at Rea,,nu-
ble Hates.
Dealer in Machinery, Fittings and Supplies for
Stationary and Marine Application.


THE OYSTER SEASON.
The oyster in hisbl bed of ooze.
Waked with a start from his summer
snooze.
Openedth lisa h.bl. and sr.d, with a yawn:
- "I fear that our saaoon of safety In gone.
For my pleasant dreams were disturt-ed by
the jar
That It always caused by the letter R.
And I know by the keel of that hideous
sloop
That some of us shortly will be In the soup!"
And so they will. for the shlop was
filled with the finest and fattest.
This sloop was sent out by Nick
Apostle and these choice oysters are
now for sale. done or raw, ready to
chaw, at his restaurant. You can
get them by the plate, dozen, hun-
dred, barrel. dray load, wagon load
or car load. Owing to the rush of
business the servingof regular meals
will be discontinued after this week,
but special orders will be served at
any hour of the day or night.

on" the TMiKYMVU AM Bo


We will launder your eprends for
15 cents each and make them look
like new. Star Laundry.

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


-Importers and Dealers In-
Chinese and Japanese

*7Fancy Goods,-*
FINE CHINA TEAS.
No. 31 Mouth Palafex Sltrer,


Laundry Omfc


PrN8ACOLA. FI.A


GENERAL INSURANCE
-AND-


Real Estate Agents,

aPBMBWNT TWWTT-TWO OF Twi
LIKADNGo 7IM LIFr, MARIN K,
ACOIDEnT, FIDLIrrY, PLATE
SLAW AND 8TEAM DOILEB III-
UGR"NOC OOnMPAI. ". .
otKral AUill if tHIe t4italrf
Life sram ciety iof tke
ldM Int.
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LEWIS BEAR & CO., Wlolesale Bealers. Penmacola
I- IDEAL & SM-ITH,

IVIDAL &, SMITH,


Sole Agents for Celebrated YELLOW LABEL and
i*--other High-Grade Whiskies.i-o
PROPRIETORS OF THE OFFICE SALOON.
..


OPN ER. First National Bank


Tuesday, March 20.

Iatinec iedsday, friday, Salurday,


OF PENSACOLA. FLA.


WM. H. KNOWLES, W A. BLOUNT. F. C. BRENT, W. K. HYER. JR
D. G. BKRENT,


Balltwi-Meliil s o Cri hFl Dol E:iZc G Bht ul
Walter S. Ba'dmin Mioager.


PRICES AS A .WAYS.
Matinep, 1) and2 2 ct n -.
Night, 10. 21 and 3o cents.


.1 F.5 CURE YOURSELF
4 t UFA e.4. h;lw wfor ,r.tI 'il.
.in ItA S1 7.lays heir:1 T I ti? la,
Uuev mt-4 atI r I it, ,

meTHEEvvisCMEM CALCO. 4':"" ""ra
CIUCINNA1'..O. "Old hY Dirni'glatai.
C.S. A. ir I', 'It, I I,,; I;,g T :V


ITHE


FAVORITE


Place For Pensacola
Buyers to Buy


Choice Family


GROCERIES


IS AT---
The Well-Known,
Up-to-Date Store


-OF--


E$TZ & CO.,

4-120-122-i
E. Government Street,
TELEPHONE 261.

JOHN McDAVID,
REAL ESTATE AID BROKERACE.
CITY PROPERTY, FARMING
AND TIMBER LANDS
FOR SALE.
IOMns Plc6l4 at 4suomM te lw.


01PWe draw our own Billa of Exchange on Great Britain, Irelandi
(germany, France. Austria, Italy, Ho!lanil, Spain, Belgium, Russia Nor
way, Sweden, Denmark and other European countries.
jL'Vessels Disbursed upon the Moss Favorable Terms, and tbhel
Obligations Taken Payable at Port of Destination Ten or Fifteen Days
Afttr Vessel Arrivea there.

WSafety Deposit Boxes for Rent in Conneetiem
with which we have a Private Apartment for the Use
%f Rantre-.o .


Cold Weather
Coming. Mend In ,,.
orri"-, anal Ihti, nfill v iir bin bf,,r & t
iohl -iap[) arrives. W. will send you I
l*,,-t ciItyl .ou'a-aim prwoi,- forelther taking
for hb itil Itg riirpmos .aitht r-.aosonallen prices.

JDomps0or, OlseV 0 0o.,
Doo-sl.-ro in

Coal and Wood,
I fTs.c,- and waard: I. .. Corner ZarragoeaM
and Railroad Mtro-.t .


Telephone No. 147.


THE ORIGIN &L -


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V. J. VIDAll, Sle Wholesaler.

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Pail Joies aid Ecol Sprini hCeliratll HisTkl.
TR I NTTull OF 6ILI TOIIC.
PHONE 164. : : : : P. O. BOX 5T.
JUG k& FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED
rree Delivery to Any Part of She City.
.. Al orders lfn t S Tbe Ole, Vidal 8ie, will be uea i


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Ass'L ItAtbier.


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MARCH 24, 1900.



"^~y TA-r^^ A0 0S Td**T' ndTTr ^T


Boots and Shoes.


THE BOSTON SHOE STORE,


(Nathan G. Forcheimer, Prop )

Dealer in Ladiem and Gents, Misses
d Children's Fle Shoes: also Trunks,
Valise, ete., etc. Leader in Low Prices.
117 Sogth Palafox Street.

Bookv, Stationery, Etc.


THE GEM BOOK STORE,

Stationery and Fancy Goods.


(Wholesale and R-tail).
Artists' Material, Sovrting Goods,
Picture Framing. School Books, Miscel-
blaeous Books, Newspapers and Magsa-
zines. C. R. .JIINSON, Prop.
'Is South l'alafox Street.


C.~.. TiI' Ill I'S' 'N,


Dealer in Stationery, tflice Supplies,
Notions, Etc.

:i South 1Palafox Street.

Bicycles.

GEORGE A I'ETERSON,
Dealer In Bicycles. Aren't for Rambler
and Clipper Chainless Bicycles. Bicy-
cles, typewriters, gUns and all kinds of
light machltery repaired. I.ocksmtlh-
.ag of all kinds done. ains and bicycles
for rent. 12 West mnnusa street.

Butchers.

(. i). BRAMIIAL ..
Butcher and Gr.eo Gr'oer.
Dealer in beef, Pork, Mutton, Veget-blt i.
and country Produce,
Stapxe and Fancy Grocerie-.
Corner Tarragona at.I LaRulra Streets.

Clothing.

CARL SCI!llENlt'K'S
.... n3.ONs *'l'o I Ol'.K.. .
Dealer in Clothing, .ents' Furnishing
Goods, Hat". Shoes, Etc.
:"*,2 South Palafox street.

China and Glassware.

S .1. 1.A. ('S.
Alateware, TInware and ( rocker.
101 south Palator Street. J. S. Rob-
erts' 4lId stand.
('arpente-rs' Tools and shelf Hardware
a specialty.

Commission Merchants.

NEW ORi..l N ', .'MM \IloN \NIM
l';h11 l CF l. ('4 MI'.N .
G;1O. %i 1.-O\ A. I P.
Receivers of Early snod Late V\egetables
and Fruits.
Illihest cash prices raid on produce
In tble market. Write us for prices.
ilaudlers of ail kinds of produce.
Prompt returns. 311 and 312 North Tar-
ragona Street oppo-ite Union D)epot.

THE JACOBIY GROCI.RY
ANI) COMMISSION CO
Handlers of Western and Country
Produce of all Kiuds.
(Grceries and Feed Stuff.
Coffee Roasters and Grinder- and Tea
Blenders.
Refrigerator Service. Consignments
S solicited.
Phone 1l0. 11 to 120 E. Government.


Coal Dealers.


CARY & CO ,
(Incorporated.)
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Steam,
Domestic and Anthracite Coal.
Office. No. 22 East Government Street.
P. 0. Box 15. Phones 93 and 6.

Carriage Mafnufacturers.
J. M. HOWELL,
(Established 194.)
Manufacturer ot Fine Carriages, Bug-
gies, Etc.
Repairing In all Its Branches Promptly
Attended to.
Horse Shoeing a Specialty.
15 East Garden Street.
J. M HILLIARD & CO.,
LEstablished l',7 )
Manufacturers and Dealers in Carriages,
Buggies, Wagons and Drays.
Repairing .Attended to Promptly.
Phone 124. 30 East Garden Street.

Dry Goods.
WILLIAM JOHNSON & SON,
(Established 101.)
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Dry
Goods, Clotlhing. Boots and Shoes,
Carpets. Matting and Rugs.
IlARDWARK I)KrAaTMZsT-Consieting of
llardware, Glassware, Paints. Oils,
Varnis es. Buggies, Wagons,
(arts, Bridles, Saddles,
Harness. Etc., Etc.
118 to 124 Sulth Palafox Street and 2- to
? East lutendencia Street.

D)rggists.

PENSACOLA DRUG C4*.
Druggists and Dealers In Patent Medi-
cines and Perfumery.
Dlrugzists' Fancy ard Toilet Articles,
Paint;, Oils, Brushes, Etc.
Physicians Prescriptions Carefully
Compounded.
Corner Gregory and Palafox 8ts.

Furniture.
,. M. PIRYOR'S
BARGAIN FURNITURE IOI'SE,
IDealer in a General Lino of Furniture,
Wholesale and Retail.
4", 42 and 44 South Palafox S'reet.
Largest. Finest and Beet Assorted "tUp-
to-lijte" Furniture Stock in
the City.
Tertus-Eit her Cash or Installinent Plan.
W. 1R. MERIWETHIIR,
-Dealer in-
Furniture, Stoves, Lamps, Toilet Sets,
Etc., Etc.
Sold on Weekly or Monthly Payments,
1.3t and l40 E. Intendencia Street.

IAD)ER FURNITURE CO .,
I)ealers in Cheap, Mellum and Fine
Furniture.
STOVES A SPECIALTY.
Cash or Installment Plin.
34 south Palafox Street.

Hair Goods and Millinery.
MiS. SARAH I.. BEIINE,

Manuf:tcturer of and Dealer in Hair
Goods and Millinery.

32:' West Gnvernnipnt Street.

Foundries (an d (Mch in ists.
C. M. SWE.KNKV. W. .1. Cos8;RO\ K.
CI COM PAN Y,
Eanineers. MachiniAts and Foundrymen.
General Blacksmiths, Machine Forgers
and Sheet Iron Workers, Coppersmith
Work, Ship and Steamship Work a
Specialty.
Valves, Pipes, Pumps, Connections and
Fittings for Steam, Water and Gas.
Palafox Street Wharf.
Phone 167.


Foundries and Machinists.
JOHN PURDY,
Foundry and Machine Shops,
Central Wharf, Corner Jefferson and
Pine Streets.
Telephone 346.
Patterns, Castings, Lumber Trucks,
Smill Chilled Car Wkeels, Wood and
Iron Pulleys, Hangers, Boxes,
Etc. Manufactured to Order
In First-Class, Work-
manlike Manner at
Reasonable Rates.
Dealer in Machinery, Fittings and Sup-
plies for Stationary and Marine
Application.
JAMES HIUGHES,
P. 0. Box. 404. Telephone, 123.
-BOILER WORKS.-
A General Line of Machine Work.
-0-
All kinds of Steam Boilers, Tanks and
Sheet Iron Work Manufactured
and Repaired Promptly.
Steamboat Work a Specialty.
Pipe Fitting, Etc., Etc.

Fancy Goods.

WING, HOP & co.,
Importers and Dealers in
Chinese and Japanese Fancy Goods.
Canton Crape, Ivory, China Ware, Fine
Teas, &c.
31 South Palafox Street.

Groceries---- Wholesale.

TIlE NEW ORLEANS GROCERY CO.,
(James McHlugh, Prop.)
Wholesale Grocers anud Dealers in all
Kinds of Feed Stuff.
The Only Coffee Roasters in Western
Florida.
s and 1) West lntendencla S'reet
Phone 105

Grocers--- Retail.

THINK TKAS. ROASTED ColFl B.
1. E. DI)'BISSON & IIRO..
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Choice
Family Groceries,
Crockery, Stationery, Gilass, Tin, \%'Vol
and Willow Ware,
Cigars, Tobacco, Snuff, Etc., llay, Corn,
Oats and Bran.
Garden Seeds a Specialty.
205 Tarragona St. 1 3t Intendeucia St

II. MULLER,
(H. Pfelffer & Co.'s Old Stand.)
I)ealer in Groceries, Feed Stuff and Ship
Stores.
Prompt Delivery.
41, South Palafox Street and I to 7 East
Zarragossa Stlect.
Telephone 213.

C. TABARRAS,

Dealer in Staple and Fancy Groceries,
lIay, Grain, Feed, Etc.
Corner Iavren an, Intendencia StSr .vt%.

Hotels.

LEWIS II()1 E,,
Mrs. W. F. Lewis, Proprietress.
located opposite the 'Uniott Depot, anIl
within one hundred feet of the
Street Cars.
Good Accommodations for the Travel-
ing Public, Special Rates for Families.
Transient Rates, 81 to $.125 Per Day..

Hardware.

WILLIs II.1i1)WA.1H COq MANY,
l)ealers in Builders' Hardware, Stoves
and House Furnishing Goods, Paints,
Oils and Glass.
32- South Palafox Street.
Telephone 227.


Insurance.

THIOS. C. WATSON & CO.,
General Insurance Agents, Fire, Life
and Accident.
Fire Insurance placed in First-Class
Companies. We have sixteen of the
best. We are Agents for the State of
Florida for the Home Life Insurance Co.
of New York. We are also Agents of
the Standard Accident Co. of Detroit,
Mich. Patronage solicited.
No. 1 South Palafox Street.

KNOWLES BROS.


WM. II. KNOWLES.


KNO0WLES HVKE.


Insurance and Real Estate Agents.
General Agents of the Equitable Life
Assurance Society of the United States-
Strongest in the World. Write for
Illustrations.
30' South ralafox Street.

Ice and Cold Storage.


il. D. bTRlATTON,
Palladelphia, Pa.


W. S. \%ARK,
Jacksonville, Fla.


TIHE STRATTO N ICE WORKS,
Ice, Wholesale and Retail.
.1. R. KELLER, Manager.
Telephones 59 and 259.
P. 0. Box 136.

THiE GEO. W. ARRAS ICE AND COLD


STORAGE CO.,


G. W. Arras. Prest. & Gen. Manager.

Corner Wright and Ilayne Streets.


Job Printers.

IIENIY S. WHITE,


Commercial Printer, Ruler and Binder.
No. 211'.. South Palafox Street.
Good Work at Fair Prices.

Loan .d4ents.

J. A. WII.SON.

Monev to Loan on all kinds of Per-
sonal Property. Money furnished on
short notice.
Terms Easy and Satisfactory.
When you need money, call and seceis.
2-41. South l'alafox Street.

Laundries.
STAR LA\ N)l;:Y Co.
Every ('lass of Laundry Work lDone
with Neatness and Despatch.
WALI.:I': I%\.RAt, M. iProprietor.
:;7 East Garden Street.
Phone Il1t.


The Leading Music House in Florida
and Alabama.
This pioneer music house has estab-
lished a reputation for fair dealing and
low prices. Manufacturers agents for
the Celebrated Kranich & Bach piano,
also Chickering, Weber, Krell, Lester,
Smith & Barnes, Willard and Royal
Pianos. These pianos are direct from
the factory, and are not shipped over
the country from one
BRANCH HOUSE TO ANOTHER.I
You can always be sure that the piano
you get from CLUTTER is new. We
keep all pianos sold by us in tune for
two years free of charge. Terms on new
pianos from $V per month up.
112 and 114 South Palatox Street.

MAtarble and Granite Works.

PENSACOLA Mo N'.MENTAL WORKs,
(WILLS & BROUGIITON, Props.)
Statuary Monuments, Vaults, Head-
tones, Vases, Metal Wreaths. Trel-
lis Work, Settees, Chairs, Bouquet
Holders, Cemetery Copings.
Iron Fences and all kinds of Cemetery
Fixtures.
Designs and Estimates Furnished on
Application.
Work done on Short Notice, Satisfac-
tion Guaranteed.
No. 2 North l'alafox and 2 to It; East
Garden Street.

Plumbers.

II. 11. WICKE,
The Leading Plumber and Gas Fitter,
with the latest designs and modern
Improved Bath Tubs, Water Closets,
Lavatories, Kitchen Sinks and Hot
Water Boilers.
All our Fixtures are "up-to-date"
and can not be excelled anywhere.
No. 5 South l'alafox Street.

Planing Mills.

THIE 1I. 41. PITT MILL CO.,
: Established 1.S72.)
Successor to I. u. Pitt & Co.,
Oldest Established Firm in Pensacola.
Manufacturer, of Sash, D)oors, llinds,
and all kinds of Builders' Material.
Phone 11.
Corner MI-in and Barracks Streets..

Restaurants.

NICK'S REST ILANT,'
(Nick Apostle P'rop.)
MEALS AT ALL HoIIURS.
Fish and iOysters a Specialty.
Finest Oysters in the Citv.
The Best of Everything the Market
Affords.
"211 South l'alafox Street.


Real Estate.


Livery Stables. Tros. c. W ATSON & CO.,
Real Estate and mental Agents.
P'ENS.COl.\ FIIlD). LVI:KRY AND Nj. 1 South lalafox Street.
SALE TI'ABLE. City 1'ropertv bought and sold. Rent-
.1. G. Woo agr. collected. Taxes, Assessments, .'\., at-
J. (;. Wool,, Mnager, tended to. Loans made upon lI;al Es-
(rders rect.civedby elephoe No. 3. tate Securitv. Abstracts of Titles Fur-
av or Ni-nht. nished to any property in Escambla
Boarding orses a Specialty. County.
1' and II W-st lutendencia Street.
All our Buggies, Carriages and IH earse.
are Ilub!er Tired. FIBI1lI': RiEAL, E',TATE AGENCY.

OLU & O'()BINSON. 1). Hale Wilson, Manager.

W. K I.', v --o.Nv 'Mana err .i fa-. Pants on.1 Vnqnm


-Fed, l.ivery and Sale Stables.

No. 15 West Intendencia Street.


I


Real Ebstate. IentULs ad ULoanu..
Oflice-Fisher Building.

2-41'., South 'alafox Street.


Real Fstte.

J. E -TILLM I '.

Real Estate : -

Ofmce-East sid,- of "

WM. II. KNOWLE.
KNi)WLE- !:,
Insurance and lcal .i
309 South P:.f -
General .Agents of o .r f
Assurance Society of .
Strongest in the W r
trations.


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heal I state and C...
City and Country I'r.

lieadi:1arters for sew.:

13 South P'alI x -


Ship 'hani/, !,


MI KEN/.IE OIEl I :


Ship Chandlery and *,.i-:
Appointed A.ent- fur N,
ing & Packing Co.
Belting all Widths .r.,
Furnished.
;"3 and :0 Souuth Pa:af x

Undertaker,

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NORTHIIT, 1'.- .,
Professional Embalmers a
of Fine Funt ra: F ar
Nos. 12 and 14 West lnten.,,


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SOrders attended to Isa\
Otdice Phone No. :3V.
Residence No. :,.


! successors to S. It. II ,.
Funeral DIirectors anr :,. s-.
No. 17 Went lntentlen,
I'hone 31.

}W'ines and Li','*ur.


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Tie original Kentucky Itr. .A
.;31 Souuth Palaint *r.
Wholesale and Retail la.,r a
Kentucky Whiskies. .*. -..
Specialty.
sole Agent for I'abst lIre' .:.
Milwaukee. W;-
.1 full line of Imported an ..a*
Wines, Liuirsq, Cigars and '1 I

IAlNNIII1' s IIt 111
Dealers in \\Wines. l.iquors, *,
Etc., Etc.
\sents for Acme h1rewit ,
;a., I. W. Harper Whisky .1 *.
Whisky.
.Iig Trad a S (,,c.. *
I orders from the countryy S .
and Promptly Filled.
Main Office-4,l aouth I' .


THE I)AILY NEW-
An I'p-to-Date .Ev,,n:: :
Delivered by Carrie.r at i '. .

THE WEEKLY NVEW-
Published Every Friday .-, ..t A
Has a Large Circulat:'. .
Western Florida and S .': A!t
bama.


Kathryn'. Aspiratton. LEGISLATIVE CANDIDATES
Bitting there in the deep shadows of --
the tox. Kathr.3 founil herself unexpect- And Delegates to the County Conven


*dlly united 1> the story of great love
which was being u.t forth on the stage.
"Ah. me!" she sighed ever and anon,
with quivering lip.
Whetn th,- denouement came, she for-
got herself quite and stamped her feet
and whistled, wh r,.as it had been her
resolve to applaud thus no more. but to
cry "Itirav," as they do in New York.
For Kathr> n was nit so intense a Chi-
cago girl a" not to aspire to better things.
-lJetruit Journal.
Por'c of Habilt.
"How Tritblet-s.n -hto;>s off hiis words'
Tou would think t. tiea;r him that it costs
anoney to talk :rin ti hat h, iiunist therefore
stMy everythingg inu tie shortest ok-.sible
Say."
"Obh. that', ,; nraitthlr illustrvaion of
the forti-"' lif .atit II, ihas lived in a
flat so lotr: lh:,t it h:,s l...-'on.i second
nature to hb.;; t. .nr1, i-. wthliriever such
a thing i, i,.-il!h."-Chicago Times-
HeralId.
TSo ittllle IFdltor.
A St.W;.tn crane! etp j
Two little ed Tley s-re art,',-r. a,,.1 ]t.. fit id asgreer .
T>y thtuZtt M a .. .. A sgreem
Tey were very naught3
1" hw Gohem some pier of glam.'" mid the
am.
**Ok. t me look through one'." mid the second.
The Class m y)ellkw.
The- 4a shor
Buth little edItors tu.n'd yellow.
Tle Gild turmwd yellow.
The" thofht all the world was yellow.
**"Lt** mse wo th!" taid enfe.
*- at'se h boUrr!" mid tht.
**Lt's palat all up l.k Injune'" mid the Lrst.
"'e'1l make our .,.' Jtued. That'll be red."
mid the Mt-tvnd.
"-**P 'ed ate eKr V n &tuff that he kills tater
bugs with." mid the firt.
"Aa we're yel..w an- sa& :" said the scood.


so theY dud
The cvw load a cvri mom
And the cog
New, did cowbsck
They didn~t isare father.
lk marn too Lw~y.
Sat, o1, they lead s"Cb1fun!


-New Tork Pre.
Depsrment Steere Atroetles..
"A piece of furniture like that," the
demure youug woman remarked. "hall-
ways looks well in a house, don't you

"Tea. ma'am," answered the solemn


tkon at Powelon, April 14.
Following are the candidates for
the legislature and the list of dele-
gates to the county democratic con-
vention at Powelton, April 14, en-
dorsed by the Workingmen's Demo-
cratic club:
For Ihe Legislature.
C. Moreno Jones.
H. C. Clopton.
Delegates to County Convention.
Precinct 12-H. H. Wicke, F. R.
Pou, R. A. Credille, Wm. Carmni.
chapel, Thos. 0. Rivers.
Precinct 13-J. F. L. Quira, Ar-
thur Johnson, J. C'. Avery, J. Whit-
idw Hargis, Jas. L. Sweeney.
Precinct 14-Gus Eitzen. J. E.
Baars, A. E. Zelius, H. G. DeSilva,
Jas. O'Brien.
Precinct 15-Thos. Johnson. John
B. Jones, F. E. Commyns, W. A.
Dut ham, H. A. Waters. 14m-tf

GOING DOWN HILL.
Peopi' suffering from kidney diI-
eases feel a graoual but steady lot-s
of vitality. They should lose no
time in trying Foley's Kidney Cure.
It i" guaranteed. W. A. D'Alem-
b rte.


THE CHURCHMEN.

The lRev. John Dow HIilla, rector of
Christ Elpiscopial church, Dayton, 0.. has
been appoInted university preacher at
Cornell university for June 10 next.
Professor Margoliouth of Oxford Is one
of the greatest scholars in England. lie
is a vigorous o)potnent of the higher criti-
cism of the Bible, and. although he is a
hlow churchman. he is a great admirer of
Archbisluhp I.aud.
The l ev. Dr. Mamnsell Van Rensselaer,
who was at outne time president of IIo-
bart college and who was a direct de-
scexdaut of the first ltnsselaer who
settled in this country, died at Lakewood
recently after a brief illness. Dr. Van
Rensselaer was born in Albany in 1815.
The Rev. Samuel Eliot. the secretary of
the Americun Unitarian association,
makes an appeal to Unitarians for near-
ly $4"X00,tU to meet various needs of the
denomination. Of this sum $100,000


THE DRESSY WOMAN.


There has Lbeen an uinprecvilnted de-
mand this souaIn fir t,,viv ainl fashion-
able black dr-is f::1 li'-.
Khaki fabri's nr :ainui:ug the popular
materials for spring wear. awnl it will be
found 'novcespaiy in vicry inst:-ance to re-
lieve this ugly samil col.Ir with white or
colored ,ilk or satin.
Many of the inodish spring Etons and
other jackets ha%'- narrow, medium
length stvl, nds in front, with short,
double reverse. on each side, reaching in
length a little below the bust.
Some of the smartest stre.-t gnnwns for
spring wear aie formed l if lhandsiome,
nui,,th finished costume cloth of light
weight, with the still fishio.nable deco-
ration of stitched straps of the same ma-
te ial.
In keeping with the revived fashion of
platiug dress natrials, the Norfolk
jacket*will reappear en suite, with killed
'ctuines of tweed, cheviot. frieze. zibe-
line, camel's hair, serge and other utility
fabrics.
One of the great French authorities
has said that, while many other effects
will vie with it, the overskirt will takl,
its place as a factor aiong other -jprirg
styles particularly suited to tall, sleudter
v women.
AmzOmg new French costunii of black satin faced cloth., ith a fitnis-h
of rows of white bilk stitching on skirt
edge and bolero or jacket, their. costurne
finished either with a boa of black and
white ostrich tips or one of black and
white chiffon and fringe.
On models for summer gowns appear
skirts alternately tucked and frilled in
horizontal rows, with perpendicular side
plaitings in clusters of five alternating
with one rather wide box plait, with a
mixture of fancy Lilt and fun pilaiting-,
the fabric tirst scalloped at the lower
edge or bordered with braid or ribbon. -


FOB STrAM DIVISION
PEN8ACOLA ELECTRICTERMINAL
RAILWAY COMPANY.
Trains leave Penaceola for the Little
Bayou, Palmetto Beaeh, Warrington. Navy
Yard and Fort Barranoa at
A6:1) a. m. arrive at Fort Barrancas 7:1 a.m
10:00 a. m. arrive at Fort Barrances 10:4 a.m
1:00 p.m.n arrive at Fort Blarrancas 1:46pm
8:1i p. m. arrive at Fort Barraneas 4:15 p m
6:16p.m. arrive at Fort Barrano 1 T:lOp m
* 8.10 p.m. arrive at Fort Barraneas 8:4 p.m
Trains leave Fort Barranoas for Penes-
cola at
7: 0 a. m. arrive at Pene"owa 8:15 a. m
11:00 p. m. arrive at Penaecolsa...... 11:46 p.m
2:OD p. m. arrive at Pen ola........... :46 .m
5:o00 p mi arrive at Pensacola 7:45 p m
7:00 p. m. arrive at Pensaools......... 7:46 p.m
0*:46 p. m. arrive at Pensacoola....... -:50 p.m
*gaturdays only.
In effect Dec. lst, I99.
SUNDAY SOCLDUDE.


Leave Pensmola.
*a.m.
11 a.m.
1p.m.
3p.m
3p.m


Lv Fort Barrassmes.,
10a.m.
n m.
2p.m.
*p.m.
Ap-..


6p.n m p m.
6p.m. 6p.m.
6p.m. p.m.
PAR PFOR WEKK DAYS.
Pensacola to Fort Barrancas and return 46e
Pensacola to Navy Yard and return...... No
Pensacola to Palmetto Beach and return 1e
PARR FOR OUMDAY
feansaoola to art Barranaes Navy
Sard and return Me
Peasaeola So Palmetto Beach and
return 15e
No freight received after 3:15 p. m.

GRAND EXCURSION


.New York ost. To Greenville, Montgomery and Bir-
iningham, Saturday night, MarcL.
Eugeno J. Hall, the poet and pub- 31. leaving Union Depot at 10:30 on
lisher, says that one dcoe of olev's regular passenger train. Fire for
Honey and Tar restored his voice round triD: Pensacola to Mont-
when hoarseness threatened to pre- gomery. S3.. ,; to Greenville, $3.50;
when hoarseness threatCened to pre-Music to Birmingham, $5 From Can -
vent his lecture at Central Music tonment same as Pensacola. Parties
oo-, W A. D'Alotheb ert lse desiring -leeper will apply to ticket.
oo Aagent in time. Purchase tickets at,
r ___ --__ -- ticket office. Tickets good for five
S PARKE Adays to return:on any regular pas-
N ,amALSME senger;train. Forjfurther informa-
._Ow h. tion apply to


IN EFFECT JANUARY 27. IWoo.

No.:. No. 2. No. 1.
12i:A noon I I:2tipnim Leave ..... Pensaola .....Arrive 4:15lpm
2-, p m 1- :.'0 night Arrive.... Flomton ... Arrive 2I:4 p ni
4:12 p ini ;:iLa n m Arrive....... Mobile ..Arrive 2:~ noon
'.at pm I T7:44 a m Arrive...New Orleoan. Arrive 7:14a n
*:(11) p III ;:i) a m Arrive Montgomery .. arrive ll :9 a i
' a:aItn n1 7:1t p m Arrive Nmabville.. Arrive ::.1 a it
12:!50 noon I 2.;; a m Arrive~ Lonlville ... Arrive 9:12 pm
4:4i p in I 7:i5Sa m Arrive ('inenDatt ..Lav. 6:4p m


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No0. L, I No. 3.N o.
11 :55 nught T :uIN)a m .... .. ..pansacola Iinp III I :
12-94,n ig ht 7:3l4 a nt Milton iu. p III
4:M ta m 9:25 a ni iDel'urxak Springs 't 1p m
d:N n 10:04 a m Cbiple4y f.~pnum
7:45) a III 11:15a m marianna.. .i'tpnm
14:15 a 111 12:415 noon .River Junction .7:: p im I
........ :43 pm ....Tallahassee .3:13 p m
.... .. ..... 7:36p m ..... ..Jacksonville 9.3 a m


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MARCH 24, 1900. 7


will tour through Asia Minor, VITAL STATISTIC. j Call fow State Convention.
rItOCAl NEWUS JIOTES Egypt. India, China, Japan, then Call for a State Democratic convention to
return home. Uecurd of RBrth. and Deaths Filed be held at Jacksonville, Fla.,Tuesday, J une
Pensacola Lodze No. 3 K. of P.. in T l The democratic party of the tate of Fior-
holds its regular meeting next Mon- the Week EndingSaturday. M. h. 2. ida will hold a stat conventionn atJack-on-
vile on Tue4day. June 19. at 12 noon, fur tbt
,oer t for I'ssew ad d aty day night. -Members are requested BIRTHS. following purposes:
t ,Sa ..dy fresh orth ,oiN/ds. to attend as the report of the Grand White-J. F. Campodonica and To choose deilegits t) represent the state
..,,,-wrtf'r .,aterd.. ;,;C deres: Lodge delegates will be heard. A wife, a son; Jasper Rand and. wif,. ion tdtKnant-nl demn.ocra.ie ofeVtntil):. to
.,.. _4 kor,. ;.; r-0 u,.falln ia.st very intere-ting time i anticipated. a daughter; D. Hale Wilson and in.tiuut caudiii te- f.or the toihs, of ti.-
.*** All knights are cordially invited to i wife. i daughter; Benj. S. Liddon e'rnr, one Justice of Ith iupr;iie 'court.
,. : ,; Don't forget. attend. and wife. a son; Alfred Olsen and eeou re tr o tTre t, asr t:er. tey- .peeral.at
hrh of Chrit rnr krn e, a daurht, r. Public Ieistrtc: ion. Conirv-'icinf-r of Agrl-
I.i, cost you 25cents March tu:h. Church of Christ. corner Jackson Colred-John Henry and wife, a culture.t road Comnisior for th
uand Alcaniz -Bible school every .rJn Hn ai wife, a t fure. a ryri'..ifour re ildentinl Electt-
l. lurnoy of Jolly Bay. Fla.. Lord's day, at i9:4 a. m.; preaching son; tlworth J on and wie, a ntors ftur aiti-riate-. to be vte for at
.- .MrcIhats. bv the pastor at 11 a. m. subject, daughter. the next regular sta-' election. and to
SrchluLts- Iythe pastor at 11 a. il.; subjoetl, DIATWF. `transait-t Pucrh 'otr busiue,-, as may come
'. K. Marr of London is a "The Unpardonable Sin." Praver DAT- before the coinveintlon.
.t thie Ecanmibia. meeting every Wednesday at 7:30 p.: White Thomas Heruandrz. 3 The iiTfereit counties inl the state will
In. Strangers are cordially invited months; Henning S. Andreassen. 65 fold iewlegt) to the con.teatio: upon the
A.S Catti of St. Paul ij regis- to our meetings. years, valvular heart disease; Ed- egcteo fr esie one ndr. d vetation: ce dfor
t t! Escuibia. lIward Bloomfield, s2 years. apo- thecanildate on tihe state n ecker who re-
Howard 8. Sterritt ha? been se- plexI cfived.the|tight-st nun b r of vottsatthe
no en-gagellent for March cured by the Ladies' Aid Society to ordnr-AaronJordan.e on ornth 1"te for ttio. ani one audc tionlf,
:.l further nlotlce ive one of his novel entertainment Jordan, nth, vite for th fractioni n exc s onth r
e ontie.tve oneofuhics novel entertainments, M h capillaryhbronchitis; Rosa Campbell, when It amounts to fifty or more.,. The
-i.:,ealk on the *ast side of at Clutter's Music Hall, March oth. 72 ears paralv. is* Willie Chri tie comimtte ha tl-.) allowed additional rep-
l r His polhonic imitations and shad- Willie Ci ', rntation where tbhe vote was incre-ast-d
bellg ooughy pre-owgrpolyhoni i, are omethin new and i-pneumonia; Lex Claiborne, pneu- at the election of is in any county fo,r
] uowgraphing,are somethingnew andi llnonia stateottlcers. Ihe counties under this rult
interesting alike to old and young. will be entitled to representation as fut-
Ituldwiu-Melville Co. willgive Tinsdell's moving pictures willclose low"Difficulties give wy to di ....
,$5 to-night at the opera house. the entertainment. Admission, 25 D ulties give way to dill- Alachua .. 14 Leon .
.kt-ealv. cents gence," and disease germs and bMood Bradford ....... i Levy ....
Iket' alhumor disappear when Hood's Sar- Raker 2 Liberty i
I). tockman of New Orlean- Seven cases were on the police saparnlla is faithfully taken., carun .. Madison 7
.. i. Machenier of St. Louis are court docket this morning: E. C. i Citru. ..... 2 Marion ..
.f the Merchants. Fort. arrested as a suspicious char-' Beer in bottles and cases for fan cllay Monroe 4
-r-. J. F. Riley of Birminghamn acter, was discharged. 0. W. Kel- ily use at Eugene Arbona's. lae 4 Orange I'
A.4 0. Liadon of MSelma are svy, under two charges of disorderly Dot, ... Osceoia .
Stie- Alatatiiualmis topping at conduct, was fined $32.50, Walker We may live without loiv, we iy uvae l 2 PFaco 4
-, .abila. Nelson. as-ault. was assej-ed $., itoI nz n c not live with" t I':rak.,l o. Johnslk
Bu t c 'lilitt'J Ib%, l hze h 1 tei Cannot'live i lik hl n "2 St. Johns
SLewis Roach and Andrew Brozette., rookb. Uid- iev 7 Putnami ..
.'.. the- new guests of the Es- I diorderly conduct, were each fired n-Owen Merediith. Hemmllliinn 4 Saunta to-a .5
.a eilstevred til. minorning are $7 50, and Willie Sheehan, same And our cookz cannot cook with- I'itiil' Iw Suwa nere
--- 4 I. I.etze ol Atlanta and charge, was fined $2o. out thte lmaterial- nleces-ary to coni- Hoim. .; taylor "'
S*liv Ini this ic se appears a vervy inter- slilute i al. Those llaterial.. i .illt. Te o'.f' ii Wakuila .->
-Ilac'k Hayv of Warren & Co c(-tin didpl)ay advertiseinpnt giiving order to produce goi.t whb,.ton lJ. Laayet teW : Wasiutn
-atefd for til, batikls to-day. a :d a few facts and figures about the fod. lllt beofthe b.st (quallt. 'lo t.k- 7 Wal*nton ;
-,imcAks Harclay and iHatdi tg !Mutual Life In urance Co.. of New procure them of the de-ired q(ual; x 3 IAP' w select their e 'in
.. nit ready to go out. York. of which W. G6. Chipley is wwenlut go to the- riglt la(.e Iir ah en t'. n. e'r wh%,ich nimy betilrd bt.
Sr ,. Eent in this territory. It i-a shown theill. Th ri.ht hil, l a S v.'vy >,v tI- ..-.,p no-it tiir ugh the party 1-
I naversali-t churchE E t hold f f fanuliar with th, utjct wll" tw-ll g n:,:alio as recogiLzed byi thl" Itt star.,
I-. t' t.. services Su dav, 11 II tliat th-l< comp iny hold ftl ind for i J:(,,v'- ~,V''itiii All de.nocras.;t air invited to
\ .-.ed ,,f L,~.ie d.9 I. n tii- piylnPlt 4f mpoliciPn, aIountin lg i. Il J,' ttrti''ipaist i> II- election of (lvig.'at-s
I at.v of Jud gnli eot.'' lfe.'. t.,, ; t a f t,, l t,, g torhos wh$ ha.tv t,.'or I
.t,.. r. t,.i-o ., thanl t 'citn i i ed i capital ,,f the. four f,,,, e-,t ,, d .lel.. r.itt hanks oi ti'e w rld. 1, t%' --ti't i.4Ci li'I.i for tlie- P' urti c*' of i.'r'-
J W -'rat,-r. thn ir-
.1 tn aer,' the tl'.t.uTm,. i T ,.-r"wi will he divine service at thel, miight putt n ait wha-ie lb:hrriw. W\ a' ,i'-;.i..t"i iI niid to H10un. w A HtaIs.
I tllt el at ; ce t l r it r-t liaptit church to-llorr.w at 11 hIe l .',t tstlt -.:e.tely lI t-ei '.l iii. Ta. lI h --t'e. .i.. e.i solt- 1
-. ti irattcents far i i.I't p t l .- i' I proci('e ii,, tll.., ,f c i.i
,, Ilaidriad stock. .I*' Ili. and 7::',1 p. t1 i. Preachit.g by without vi- t that i w eiftil county. .o;vri,tim n. to .th. r i:h ha i- ,tor
*. ,ti i.l iril W tli ,o d d. ?!- pl'-tOr. e-v. IF. .IF'- : S iun pday place., where li- keeps eno'igh o, the' .-liia-'tf l iia.- cj':uty exe.-u'tiV. tcI- o iii t-
-c' 111l :At : a: n a i,.. E. II. Beggs. u- everythlinttg ,)od to eat to virtual a .',i"t ; cit. vnt Of.' l!I iAtt',. Ci.
ue'riTnteinli:t .; Y. P. I inee-tingat war--hip r or -upply an aitny. and in- iwi. -A. itA i. .
-, t vl.y'- arrivals at the- M-r- ,',::3 p. m. Siubj-ct if nmoIrning s-er- -spectinug the enorlmouts variety of .1. ('Ce.'-ilt. 'iChiairmani.
:- :,'eluidt-d l. Le,,on Jotes- and u undit-- .'rThe Iinprativ. Call t- a htousehtold sup)plie- of every iniagin- m Sci tary.
S '. i'tI 'ol J. IJ H. Fulle-r. lrew- Pubhli, Priof-s-io-a ,if Chri t:" ni.ht- able description. displayed so thIt .
J lRh de-. i.ouni- ll ,. S. A. -'(* od '- ( all to the' Y.itn..'" All anr' eve ry purchase-r can select at will. It Saved
.. P'ula-k l.,'t., alnd W. J. crdially irnvitied to atttenii. id all of the choice-t and best to te P. A. Danforth, of Lauraingt. (;a.,
N.'c. f mfoun in :an market. utlf,-red inten.-ely for six months
\.,, to-da arrival-- at the Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup cures the most 'Tiis is nol light of fancy, but thel with a friirhtful running sore on his
i t d S rrit le. -t u llbort ',, .uhb-. ,l i,and Itun u ff.'t.Cnt-. plail;l). uittvarni-hed truthI. If you leg. but writes that Rucklen's Artic t
"aiti. wee I T. \' i-cher. i 'pilt .o>ni pt ..n h- I ..-.11 -,1- .d ,ubt itgo to 11 tl o 1- 1East (m)vern- Salve wholly cured it in ten dave .
i.-. *i ''.-rv. ,. F t. ~~ou ll, Pickett c.i--r il t .' ired Iiv thiFo tmiarv,.e,.in- r. .lm t lt l ti o I'hier-, W pounds, Burn-. Bolll-.
i i>n 'i, t'.. .- .. a.' T...I. M Tr w.ii :in..r-" ,~Ii ,'w'l a it,.r a f.t.w' ti.,'', m nll t -treet a nd he counvibced. .. .
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,h-A 1. 1. 1' % r atnl i lt LIc k
.r ir *I Lebanon.iee l .. anid 4ieor'iige -- _
< !, -** of ll,-lo+l.
'- cute to re-ad Jacoby'- new ad- l I I
. i-.-;ient i to,-days Nh'.w-. H-i- iQ0 i I l r S
l.:ttl t(iianit" cot t'ee roa-tetr, front
. -.kiitzg day and miig|ht. I- nearly
.A.11n *i'll and a l J ioo l.a.'ve to be ('Capital of ie' lt -our Gr,
..: ,laiite'd iv anoth. r.


ti Figures.


eat blanks of the World.


Ir- i.. hein eas reiide-iec her Bank of England, .
illiiie \ -lore and mana '- it v-ery iat-I
,+',i',..-. ,,e h.,- ao-.. -ured, t,..- Bank of France, .
-ci.%4t'. [al ,'.;,ile t tIimllllin ,r. t'.B n
't. :,it"11.Z-ll TIIa .' i'o l. ixt Imperial Bank of Germany, .
,.,,: ai, .ur-,ay. Bank of Russia, .
i,. r eanl Lutie-rant ,.hurchi: : u'.day
.... ,t ,, ii .. ,,,,ti,,-t -r,-i e 'e T ota l
a' l.. El-l i-1h 1I- 'i at' t ,1 Total, .
FitS j<*ct. "I'i1LtEn 'l liou tit-. "
-. ,t....n .,,r .lo-. of ,,- FUIOS HELD BT THE MUTUAL ULIFE I1URANCE COMPANY
:\i'-. .1. 1 \\. e il itain ,t.


$86,04
36,50
28,56
25,71
$176,82

T\ 01


ESICLIOPS TIF OT NEMYAPE HTl liF D S


.'.... -li '' hiti- l"e me ,' I h 11-,.
,t...., i,. in' :,lo r- Or S125,021,682 more than the
..., ,.,.i..,e, ',' I- ,- .t.l., lic capital of these famous banks.
- .:,tf e'l, 'ibrlr- arid I i ',a' d ,.,,iof f am ous
*.iun2 bill wll ie pre-weit J .
toll wil ov'1 w ? it r Fq1"'4 % of Thc M uti,1 l 1 Lift. nw r


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i l .'" iCt, -!,or'- lI tl i I-.'l'lll).A
i o. aI I -,t- tilt Ie -W
o. -witn Machine e. w n o but-
.1 tm. litel-tltien. t brioid-r.
lact. lady calling at their' -tor.
' ', te t 1 I.ourc of o'clock anid I
S k tl,-r-day alt.i' lec.ihi will tre-
\ t I e-autiful Mtouvt-tir.
.1I Ander.-on of PI'conma, Cal.. i-
.. t\- layv. iHe' started out ii I -'.
Sti' Vt ;Ier- jolurnti'y around tthi
:,1. The'li irs-t ye-ar li- toured from,
.,, xM. to Canada. '.amping alone,
:.uite-. In l'. hli w-ent front:
I : -.und to No-w York; in lP!"1
Sl t (,.-ireat Lakes to th.e <;till.
.- 1'.ar h.e expects to go to l'tale--
*" '1.1 ireat Britain, France.I. Italy\
.. .and Turkey. Ne\-xt y.ear i.-,


THE


com


N ''i cirk. L'i'I,aril A. NI ('Unrdl'. l'rc-idhiue provi.,id.-:
Fir-- liTh E( ("ITH Y of I::'.; s I..-:;7 t :t--ct-.
Sne I Pn'l- l'l F'All .E I NV I'T'M KENT'"
I Tliir, L.IltI-RAL I..)ANS T-" THE INE I I;I).
Fe\;i.elh'l t,.-rn ii-uir:am -cv in ,:1-w' IcI lit-i'.

l.i, ,'r:,l -~mm r, ie,,'r v' lit.--.
(>ii," iiI .,l "- 'r:i ,'.' in in' lt < 'le i .r c:;,, !,r ti ; ..
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CECIL WILLCOX, General Age
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
W. G. CHIPLEY, AGENT,
PENSACOLA. FLA.


IST


There's a Word or Two That's Spoken in 0


White Goods Department.

t No. 200 Long Cloth in 12-yard 1 |
p ie ces fo r ............. ................. .
SNo. 300 Long Cloth in 12-yard f
p ieces for .................................. ll
S'No. 500 Long Cloth in 12-yard | ,
W. p ieces for ..... ....... ..............
& r- i- '- wL w x x _ __x__XXi


2.-c yard.
10c yard.
.c yard.


Pain or Piles it's tihe he-t salve in
thli world. Cure guaranteed. Only
25-.. Sold by W. A. D'Alembeite,
D)ruggist.
IREAL ESTATE
Tranil'ers For Week Ending March
24, 1900..


L7,935 [ Reported for Ti Nitws by limos. C. Wat-
1on ,V Co.. Ral l.Estate Agents, Nit. 1 Mouth
)0000 fPalafix streelt.l
0,000 Mary T. stewart and husband too
S000, John McD)avid-Lot 12 in block lo;.
New City-$Sti.
, 0a n Jamnes C. Watson to Robert W.
4,920 Taylor-Lot 20 in block 133, East
o,85 King tract-1475.
2,855 C. L. Dodte and wife to Frank E.
White-Part of sections 25 and 36;.
I 3 1 IA tp 5 n, r 31 west-$15Ii.
Louis Holjey and wift' to Mary E.
Bia ars-67 acres on Bayou Texair in
I IPhillips and Palmas grants-$1625.
L. M. D)'vis to Joseph Hutgins-
ibined N4ortlh i'e t of lot 3 arid of w' .. of
lot'2 in block sl. East King tract-
J. J. Byrd and wife to )G. R. Statn-
t:,:i\ ,of ton and (']. I. IDo)dgt--30 acrei of lot
in sec 2.',. tp 5 n, r ;t we-t--$23-.
W. P. H 1 harp and wife too John
1). Cody-L/'ts 4 and 5 in block 12S.
New City--$i:'
Minor Hollitleld. guardian to An-
drew Lewis-lot- 2 2 iand part (if lot
4., s e :'1, tp "2 -. r :,' w, al-o 7.S2 (lr'i"'-
of -;aiid -ection by mutets t nd botiund-
-- l:'n.
I 1). Mlarklev a d wife- to It-ich h-I
lp):i.--V, 4 ot lot- 7 and S ill
tlock 7. HililT 1prin>.--. ,0.
14. It:,tiw i' tIu-tie' faor Mrr. Az >-
.t, Ml M ,l, lll mhlt.I. tI (G. R. Stailttn
:ine.A (' 1. li)',m z -- nlock, :; andl 75
nIt in ;uitT S;>rinu ---$;;;o).
\VW.A. 1Iilir' and wife' to Elvi-a
.Mre.:n--N 1 'o of lin :, o f -e :;;. t>
3 t n. r ;2 .v-- -..
w\V. MeG(uirce and wife to ElvJ-
Moiraiiu--120 acre's (f s.e 12, tp 2
n, r :2 w--Sim.
". (;. Itleill-Iaw a;nd wife tiotlr*' cte'-,
of ('Church of C(hri-t--.t- 2 2. 2123 -'iti
eE p-0 lt'.- f# '.! iin blk "2, Ea-t K;in
tr.nwt--*l.
W\Vin. Ii-I'.r tt :tl-. to J. itn's M.
.IJo!;,ol-l-Lot 2.7 .ll w lO t'f,-t lot 2'.
Eli'ck Itl. Mf x,.,it tr.[2c;--5,E.'
eior:' .- 11 ill ani w if. t, (;. I,.
E M t::'' 2l C*1;! ('. IC Dicl' --12'l :'re'-
ot s-it 12. t;p n. r .Il D o-t- *l>".
J.le iol-a P'.iulk to (eo.'..ie ('.
H:Wil -N\V of -r 1:!, tp -n, r, ;I
\ -t- '-' "'
u r J :"-. :#1 1- ; li(l Wi:'.- t -, l/ ,z1-
t -t V. St :i; -- l':i-t ',, ftr ft ;r-
p *i;: [.-t 5A'. ( i l ('C ity .;i.il l ( 'I ll7 1'" Ot
if( l. i k 12 ,1 tiD. iJoIr.tld-,c1 uIind
tlxI lit tr ':4 -- 1 4i 1 .
A I-: Mcist vilt,, Emnily (. \\'riz.ht
.I I,.t 11 d .. otf 12. bl' ck ... lEa-t
K :i:r t'-i:,t--I.
J. J. lHoot. il ai vi wif,' t* Eliz:i
All ,--I.ot- ;, 11 :nd 12. bl,,ck 41.
t>y .* :,E~st K i:i,'tr ,-- .-.
S, ii'. tl li;l ilp;a t ld-11;shai l to ('he -.
S M. netcn! :.-.- .- 2:I fe't *of .'t 21;
and w '%2t fe--t o(f lot 27. bl)ck 10. Matx-
ent tract--:;IK.
Janes- St"eatrnII antd ife ,to J. J.
Hooton. tru-t'-" for Jeniite Ste-arns--
Part of blck 4. Do)naldson tract-
?1,(XXJ.
.2.00 Win. Fisher et al to Mrs. S-rah
Lipps-Ea-t 20 feet lot 26,. lots 27, 2S.
2S and west 10 feet lot 30, block 10.
Maxent tract-$7-.'.
J. J. Jernizan ntd wife to Mrs.
Clara L. Ray-Lot 3 in block 81
Bluff Springs--$75.
William B. Bray and wife to
Frances M. Reynolds-12-l acres of
sec 28, tp 4 n, r 33 w-$120.
C. H. and J. W. Dorr to Clara G.
Blount-West 64 feet arpent lot II.
Old City-41.
U. S. A. to Winm. B. Bray-NE '4 f
ardl sec 28, tp 4 n, r 33 w-homestead.


..id o, 1 c value ........................................................................ "Old ollmer" at Eugene Arbo-
19 PIUCES STANDARD 36-INCH PERCALES............................ ...O1C yard Volimr at Eugene Arbo-
gWSMAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY FILLED. -
AIL ORBDUR MAXCigars have

wB R. FORBEB. no equa.m For sale at
D'AI emberrto's.


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THE PEOPLE'S STORE,




A. Schwartz,


Proprietor.
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S- NEW ARRIVALS!Ki

O U"R first announcement of New Arrivals of Spring


Apparel.


A generous assortment, large variety


of colors and styles to select from of Ladies' Waists
\,c carry all l inds: the largest assortment in the.


city of well known brands.


Among them the famous


" (,'l/i;i n;IfriJ.'/,!/," famous for fir, style and finish-in


fact the best fitting \V\aist in the land.


dealer or customer can dcpv.


This fact no


You may form some


idea of our offerings by a glance at our large exclusive
Shirt Waist Wirndow, and they arc cheaper than
heretofore by reason of our Motto: ": .1i C:m Ai' .AN)
THIERl:I:;Y INCRIAS.EI- TIHll FLUSINI'SS."

New I y [Oif i New
Arrivals! L IO Arrivals!
Our Cntrfe Table- a'e ,*er.: ig beneath a rootlly h.tri ir f their Newe-t
Things, in Laces and Embroide-ris-.


14illilctii .. I'tgi.,4 ti .l In-itertii'tu


Val.-ncia Lace and Insertion'.
a.c'LlinTe 'T,.,cIoh n E Iginl alid II.-rti,)io ,


( ; rent: a n T, )' rc 'if, Ed i g


Lao, andle ~m.'.it Insetrtione,


j ..i:>r,.1. ,s: ,*.r t. O ri nta- l n'I P l I t. l ., I ',;t--.'
) i~ liiinAi 11 i ibiitr. Ed i -iu xix yard i !..t'-. t ,ir t 7" IA o ,) at iwe.


Sweepion Sale of' Mulin L'nI wvear! *
One Lot ('Child'- l)rIiw* r., lir n I I and uti kel,. -Iz.- I aini 2. at... I c pair
Size s :3. I. 5 and i,. on, .......................................... ..... .l pair
On',. LIr(t ('hi'il'd' rinin.d I)r :wer. at i'n-t M;ark.
( iio" I.':I (L.'t'il l'-Ti iiin 'd (,own ;at (.'o-t Mark.
(n ,. I.L (';Ciilh!' i'rimi ni-d Skirt-i at (',,-t .M ark.
O( ,a it Mm'-e.-' T-immined Oown,. at ('c-t MIk.
One o I ; die. Triiin ld ('!hin i-m,'. worth :'> fo r.................2t each
One) Lot L':tdie 'IriOi1-d t'.inubrie C('hemise, worth 7.'* for ....... l'e each
:,-' ne Lot Odds and Ends:-
In Ladies'Skirt- 'tid Gown- to C('lo- Out at ('ot Mark Price.


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DeFUNIAK SPRINGS.
Two II, )i's t'0111 P1isic la via L,. N It. R.
Seat of the Florida Chautauqua now in Session
Until March 27th.
'; 'inest PcI-"rt in Western Florida. &Q
H i hl' : A i'!"' s P. ":,'- W'r' W .t*-r" a:i1 l[,, iuo;.tTi:n, Clim ate.


T1~ BRji ~ f, 'U"r '.Tci


MIA T110 ROOM


7ol Cm~ F'ir a2d:":,-7'sive Line of


Spring


Goods,


S( I I ; I i i f ." -' .
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JUST RECEIVED : E N gSer Lit ..f .1. .; M. S. o Eagle
iirt- : :.IJ oa. l S" ; i ;-. i; I t<-t II l--.
Still lhav.' i f .' r ,.. ,,-t i-,',,'- .. .-1,, S ',t i c, or,rk. i 7.ze ,
w hiclh ;1i !i1 <'r;ti ''. < t-', i'" '..: t 7. t :r. r ;>u ,-.' $l.o :ad
$1.2> : ; l.- j.o & ..a .... 4 -. i,- ... ;. ., : at .', 7 t clo-,
Ot. COLEMAN.
C)-JOS. COLEMAN.


212 S. Paiafcx S'rie tf,


J. M. BILLIARD & CO.,
-Manufacturer- and Deale-rs in-

Carriages, Buggies, Wagons and Drays.
it= epairing Attended to Promptly__4


30 EAST GARDEN HT.


: : PENSACOLA. FLA


Roses -Carnations.
I am selling the p uct of the It )em)nft Dand Higlhland Park Ga-dlens of
Montgomery, and (in t v. ve hou's' Lot.ce can ful ",oh any amount of Cut Fiowter
and Design# wanted.


Carnations 7 c per dozen,
Amerions B':u ie S$3.50 to $,.13 per ('zn I
All 0 ier R) es !1.50 to $1.75 per ((zen,


I ing Phone 329.


De .vere
to ycv.


MISS VIOLETTE MOReMO.
323 West (Jrezorv.


FORBES


' r f.dlish *vinsook, '0 inches uwide. 2-yard pieces, for
English Cambric. '.'4 inches wide, for
See Our SPFCIAL Ii'hite India Lawns at
-.n9 Pieces I'hite Lawn at


This is an Exceptional Good Value.


--IJUIST RECEIVED: -
33 iece Sea Island" Percales, (shirt waist styles) 1-yard
33 Do e sad"1.,


IrilY1L11~u -


4 d i 1,d 11 M l)


PF.N.-4AVOL.A. F I.A..


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THE DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MARCH 24, 1900


PAINE'S CEhERY


* STRENGTHENS TIE TIRED


When the stomach, liver and kidneys are tired
and without nerva energy, the body is poorly
nourished. suffers lassitude and pain. Paine's
Celery Compound is a medicine compounded to
restore nerve energy, to strengthen the stom-
ach, liver and Kidneys. Read testimonials.

MISS CARRIE G ATKINS. Saz Harbor. N. Y..
W It*'%: For c : la t\'. vcar-. I 1hav'c ucn invcrv
poor hcal:n, with weak stm.ach. >!.z-. li'a aches. nn
strength., no ap;::' a. ,. nc: i n suec- a shat-
tered s:ate that I 'J i not bL.ar any n, :S I .wa;
under tne .' ,:*,r s Lare ir a long tr- e, Lu: cdil not
get well. One L, t>1 of Pairc's C!cry Cnompound
has strengthenlc m :nv .-:-rves very n uci, ar(." I now
fccl like another wrin iin. It has helped me wonderful'v
and I a 'i -c a'! \\. : ar- wv.ak and nervous to us- it.


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IUWANU UUOUUILLE

Was Unable to Advance to

Relief of Kafeking.

FEENC 2IOVES FrOWAID

I;r 1) m )nsetration of 31 *rsl IG 10 a
to t uvrr 3lv-m-utut or 6'1e G,,6
Ir..u,,t 31af-ta,-:;rst> i Aie Ap.pr -
benD .ve ,f I-'r-'* s.tt-r *.
L ".D M: rh --CA"-re. ".cmar.
-'n,. ran:.7, hsa r-.:t:e. tj C:.o. ii.
s, azdi Z-A:ea,.: 'e2 i f=;rii c.ff

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." .e*: t 1" I'..AT L- "iu.e eT.. i:nary
t-. : _wa r :. cv'..-:: a> r ia- ur-er of
1.. ; -r:;".- a. tZ-. :. I..i : 1. .
.\ -.-w-.a.-.. r-" L.'.> .an.c.u. dared
i: C:_, ua.-. "u-r:n -- = says P e -'enat
Kr.-r :s re;,cr:-i t!o a2' lsue l a
.r ,i1 -u '.e .ar:ng tI.Z: C.-.- t :.:-
.U ; :n -rr.St -:iA, that t"-e l1Q
,:a bLv) 1 ;:fi Ld '-
A -,::: 3..:: :a e.eu~.Am tub.ashei
;n ::.- -:.: ': .on of i e Tta:ne says
.- :--!" tb *n- biu sTIve ;:ttul3 e cf
the .:, s :errs hoou.i be accepted
w;:3 .. lre large proportion
.of -ba :et* lrfteror weaD .ua bein.
turned in byr ,nnu to iue Brinttn is
giving the impre.sniu tr3at tOe largest
fqoreo of modera Mas.rs are being ccn-
3ealed."
i-e Ootounk's special corr.spozdea;
at Cape Town seTs:
Feelag Ma running strong against
tim lenioney wish whion reteis of. Cape
Colony and Nasal are being treated by
the brinean athbontAe."
R prt-d Capture of Galmer'.
Los DN-. aLirch z3.-No eonfirmation
haa been received of a very sensational
stary emanatiat from the Boer camp at
KroooMtadt that (Oeneral Gatacre and
his staff. with a number of guns. have
been captured by Commandant Olfvier.
As a matter of fact, a news teegram
from Springrleid shows the British to
nave been there at a date later than that
of his alleged capture.

French Fighting Eastward.
Los.N., March 23.-Acccrding to a
Cape lown dispatch, dated today, Gen-
era: French's cavalry brigade is fight-
ing eastward cf B.oemfoniein.
,..crria DAWs.O., Ga.. March 23.-Fire was
discovered among the cotton in Perry
& Roberts' warehouse at 8 o'clock last
night. A box of matches was found
near the burning cotton and the tie,
cut from two of tm bales, to loosen the
cotton. so that they would burn quickly,
showing that the fire was of incendiary
origin.

l:ul+*- f,) L 'i tr f,.it. full w, '. hav, cimn-
Fl-:*-I t :r t ,-nz ty-fi:-t y-tar and.j
w i v- ini 1 ),ii; th,-hir -ixtith
Vy..tr. .ti .1 roa-. n1 ,t -X-ex ptc;m -d fr, ID
S **, .'._ ,.:: n '.. fa-t:t by -.]tkij---.
.. i *** k r other vh-f 1 t ii l w; r<-:.-
-. : -. ,w n,,i! -(I tto f-4-t ,n l :t.1
S* < .-I ,t. **hc. i;t -ut,,t y -.
()<'i t.u-.- 'lda but ,i1- fuil mi -ai i-
.'u-:,,n; :tlow- a cup ,f cofltT-". *.-a
**.r t!: it er..'.,ta*t anrid a ,mnall 7pi-c'-
**f bread ,r a crack.-r. to be tak-,i in
th~e'- i.ir:ini; and in the evenita-. ;a
(soll fi *n. i'.t .-x..-s-diisir the fourth
part (of an ,rdij4ry mii1el, i- allowed.
At thl- c',ilati,,n. butter. '*b-e-.-.
mnilk. -r- and all kinlds of fruit.
ti-h andt ve-stab!es are allowed.
\'! -n the- principal mnal cannot
withait grave i:,convenienc. be-
rt:k--n at non. i: i. I',rmissible to
tsk.- t, e* collation in the morni,,g
a i, tt.e dinner in the evening.
Ab-tit.-,,c* 'rotn th'e l-e of tle-h
i- j ii-d ,,tn eli the W'edne-daVy-
an:l Frida ,,f L.*-,t rid on the '-
urday of Emzh Week aid on Holy
sn*siirdey.
Tht- u-v of lard i- allowed in cook-
Fi-h and t!'-h are not allowed at
tii* -.mtLLte- mr-l. evenl o11n ?n:d.lday,.


E~rc~~ c'.~e~milk alid h'i'T*r may
be usetd every day. tout ah-itino-nt~c-
? r.'isi a l'5 t.'. -rec, ijiiie-.dfd on1
(;3,-(j l-'idla~v.
Pert-ni. 'f.,exem-ptced fri-m #I,- ho sis
'icl rf-: tictir1011-if u-Pirs: Ihi .at hb
*'111t'4ka (lav o51 tIhe da'.- 3 wiif, W-h. II.-
U-- of m.-dlt i p-r mimt.d by di-pel.. -
-,It i):-.

U~i'~" fX' u-'Jbv -d' tie-- r ott.e.-
Tai- pa.-ch~a I tin-~. in which I','
(* ,IL'li.' Who tAIC-1111- .to) t!.#
.a=of d i-cro-Ii.in H ro- b, u td tia r.--
eivi h.riuv Snnmitv. ;!ie-IUrthdr. 4-x-
to n-Ti f.v.-r *. f..- fri ;t a of t j it'

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a* r-. scxa' inu f !-,):n 31M.r _-h 1.)
w .rk ii z C, s-whos cstnotn* j 3
*.5asE-rvs. :I.1 cemus~ni'la w v
v*iurch. aro -:..s- lr..u:1 th sb-
1 id-atiot. s)f ab4"no-nco- ()n -.,I kl d iy- '.
the vcar c'-* ;: Frid -.A-Ih

t11li'r Evo.. TI: :.. 01-' .-- sz 5 ti. sfj o

( f 7'.,h S !-7i'1w. wIhere Uch s'X-
Ist-. ior 1-w- I33it iuth.)ariZotfthe U.Lk .
ai-Iv atiU ti---li1 t the.- ~amne ins-al. It


CORPOU$D!PLOMER RETIRES
^ ~ ~ lrftujsfa* A~oa ** f ftkkki


Froe~tsd V.--um and Ehivr'Thpe-.
Engli'sh Note; r-ttin NWav-; Ti-rlue
e'~wp r: Denuri-on's Cre;',e. Etc.. with

No~. :>-o South P:addf..x l-tre-et.
Medical Socsiety. .4tto'nt on.


Th!er will he a regular rmeet
the P1n-aic'la Mediral gS,1rp-
the se o',"'" r. .r.Tuaaiayv. Marc.. -'
Viaitinr paysiclaue are cor
invited to attend.
D. W. MCMILLA.. M.

E. F. IRu(CE. M. D..
S-cretar-.


!nDg cf
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at t


RAILWAY TIES.

V,:-!i r.;t fnJ Pa-e ra:'ay his
..' -. ~ -..,..:it-'e 111r yto obtain
-, ~ p.-. t.U ~t~U~n f -Le
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vidual workmen In whose favor it I*
granted, but all t:be nmebors rof the'r
families as well. Dis return it k '-x-
pected that thoe who avail ttir-ni-
selves of thit, adult will endepavor t.)
enter into the -piri: ut ii:- hoir -i
son of Lcen: by voluntary acts .:ac
tiflcation.ponanceand ~~ raz':,.A
most r ij~rk Ci~5., t-
a b-zt a ir -i n zdur i ri;..Len t from 1
lisnt.;. in, honcir of tlhe iirrd ~ !
our (Uirme !avior.
Tho~e who entertai.. .!'&v ri-w.
bie d'1..uht ,about their ,s r1'7 :i..r z

their 1'a.--or or enrfpf-e' -s. .r sI.-
EDWARD P. Axl ::N.
M.b~B.';.Ala 91b: uj.r. iF'. ;~.

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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSAGOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MARCH 24, 1900. 9

OFS DETA I LA F TE PHOENIX CITY IS EXCITED. G3LP DUST. _
SAILNegL Make T'hreats Agamst Chief
TRUST ARRANGED PH xCITY,Aa..March 23 -There ishai
.[.: r is considerable excitement here over the
h--Ama-- c~~c continued trouble Chief of PolioeCamp.
Papers Completing the Amal- bellis having with the negroes. The
gamatiOn Signed. officer has been vigorous iu his prose. TO WASH COLORED
caution of the negroes and the other day L_.
1-o_ M he received a threatening note from TABLE CLOTHS
FEATURES OF COMPANY some unknown ungro warning him to "
FET RE faC XA great r-any erses who live on farms 'adJ
Sarrted a youn negro have to do their own wrashig. used colored table
It Will D e MateiCampbell arrested youn negro lien to save washing. To ke:p them looking
..It WiaDiffyert.ateriallF Frm .named Cary Wiliams, whoni he su. mew ad from fading use little
their Corporations Recently Or- posed had written the note and h ad
ganifed--Man agemewt Is Placed of aso made insulting remarks oone him. Gold USt Washing Powder s i re:
Hands of a Board of Directors. Tahown an to t he lbatbec aib d Be ln the wash water, nd dry in the shade. it is
S., tatlon. .Andn mpbeil iubbd aim., gave wonderful how lon a retty red table cloth will
PITI;BUIA r. March I. -Al the details him a goed threshimg and ten made its freshness washed this way. Waseh red
of the reorganization of the Carnegie im v twn colored napkins the same way. .
interests under the arrangements by jWill HB lt Irn urved. Tb'et!abov etnf, our f...NL- it
"UNDE XUL.S FOR HtltSEWORltL
which the differences between H. (. GADQDa', Ala., March 23.-It is an. s U s.t Far.qnaIg
Frick and Andrew Oarnegie were wiped ACTS GENTLY ON THE nounced that the Cnattiuoeg sSo|thern e s.. o S.L r. omZ .new ma-. e .
.*.21 ab'ut D, rpazrs f out have been settled. The final papers railroad will be extended at once 12
,.ng l-gg.d. i ort legged. are btiqg signed by the o odd partners w K IDNEYs, L v06 miles from Gadsden, Ala.. the p sent
S fat, u- b in the C eg Seel om ny, im d.terminuos, and cmpsy r ouCnnectaud wi hth P her Ea st ". .
l.-.ag. d, straight lr'-ad The establishment of the business in AND BOW ELS 1Brmingh tu. From Birmingham the
the new form will be delayed only by T M ,ad N to be extended to Mogomery..
.11 t-. a- they gltd ut r-f the ranw Ytiork attorney ToeHEw T RussellSage is the power behind toe SLON-S NI E.
t, J. D11,ettorne1y) LE Criattanooga Southern.SA
t!1 l0oxt..* a.d up ontriv who, with C. M. Schwab. s credited T ALL
u cl,:hiig tabl-. with bringiV the warring partners to- ~1 5 -w-er o TeE" Shows Removes Curb, Splint a9d Cappd hock.
gether. is in .0it*sburg. and has been in f ISPV. ,' rIt wrill surely kill a Spavin and te oaw hv it T
Sn ir- of pn ti ne conference with .te neads of the bK igoup toite oecat, h ts an o .se t-- visoreyh N eoni e n.
S1,its 11 concern ever since. a i b shownupt r rch -An owner has member this is not a cheap wash, but a
iv- sIis- ;1 t ,ati but oe new Carnegie cin om pany wil w OVE COM of fase teeth found on the stoop of a PAIN RELIEVER
I ..t ,uttl l t odne establihea under New Joerseylaw, but' A- TION uffy street re idence. The gentleman andawonder En its pEnVtratn po ers.
r :i dllr : pair, the charter wtl b very different from CF learned that his nio..ar: hid beto found w n wit Y.nTraopor. "',
t"t--it':sr.'' Ui"" d n U Lthoseeofhthe variousrlargecorroratiosse r Blster.
.lai .l.%oll t tfe N T; .lu r..o ,on and lost no tivte in sending a trend to Eve r i
formed within the Ast year or so. One PERMANENTLY mae police station to claim I tem. Pri, Oc.dtle. D'-ast
:ai.t t ,w d.llar- O ( l it. of the features of te new company will.,0, 0 to l T0and ,.00,, s b Itt ''t ''yD
;."04d c.;--i,,,,-r.l rant-, provide ithat if any.stockholderAwisnesI TSGrswo iltatElart., OSTO. MASS A.
,,tn :tr.- t 1rte doll ar- t~ dispose o: his interest lhe w ill m ake "e .nEF w ,D, S.C. March 2 --Presi.
known the fact to the board of ''CIA L' nPh.
b sir. g,,d erah-iyh r, appraisers, consisting o three stock. Guy ENVINE ,A *i MAINT by dent D A. P. Jordan yas gone o s to
pa;tat-. S inme are twO,. hbuiders, wno will declare its value.. fi purchase the necessary machinery for JUST
thre- aoud fur dollar-., iad the company will buy the stock ati .. *- I Uil---putj r the enlargement o the rendel mill-- JUST OPENED.
tod w.r-ted t the price tans fixed. Tae formaniton of s.V T,, ,, ,~,w vo, i;Z,000 new spindles are to be added,
toe big corporation and the coke AS O A re with a proportionate number of looms.
company wi;i bring back to the Iron .. o wt '.
and steel making industries of many" "E
men who in years gone o gured with T N ND OE
tnunhn proaine:nca in its manufacture.
Nocebsar.v thrier e will be a number oof L, < tm".t hi u \w, l 'iBted
chances t; Oits l thods 0: bemanrgeent, O ,0 i:,:.! -* ar- BEEREverything New and Clean.--
althou-ra t ,, oeneras p an. now purued 1i p d'. I" ( A I...
is to be fotIwed. 'Tne e-ecactive a tlatra. : ., i. : a :ll p i:: it, Tli, M st t .attr tiv, in the E t.ire City. I Regulr M :.- ,.rv.d Daily.
it now seems, will rntlerhandso < .:.i,: i,:t tL 4 a- N and Shiort Order rServod at all hour.. Sp ecial \ek i1tAtes. '
board of direclers mvrde ut. of men who ,r:: .: :tlli-
WEgDOiNOt) ebP.i.uUhl .rfri-:iI ainto)A. E. BAKER & CO., Proprietors
il p a f ide T. F. Lovejory who resigned his po- : : ,., i ...d h:- 1, mi'a iak.
SraI /ff l d l'- action as secretary of thoe teel company. .c1 ,.-l. a d a ; ,1. rlia:tl,. 14 EAST GOVERIMENT STRI~ T.
and joined nands with Mr. Frictc will a i. -.r 1VaL-ingtn .
rC u/..'O-' .f af '< t O Soii very likelyag.tin occupy a hign official .": T [ .I 11
position. '1ere will be other old time : .-. o: -; -'ill -'i L.. t,, |i. war
officials of the Carnegie company in ..U :,:r> :,. 1*.,.- i, V ., .rt:,.. ,s IA R } "* '
e(1/I. 'e/uyfg ood pants, harness again, as wel as some new .l~.. nI,-, ...:.t iin,,' li:ht. AD O
blood, brought in by the continuance of l, .... .- ui:.l -It i. .iuh N AND MOST PPLAR BRANDS OF
the policy of Andrew CArnegie in mak- .i. h th ci, p- l s.--Ne FR A
,,i/. /that are in, f The seterlement has caused universal WE HAVE THE ONE rON WANT! TA
t saistaction. A:ot only among the Frick ARTS OF WAR. > hether ou want auI on, IS I I WI r .I .""
"of( oods pans p rlriO e and Carneme adherents, but also among h hmall on. ai e n~ a niv. t or e. ,nli .
the bankers and business men. It is A l ,:ery of artiliry c. nsists( of six We. have a reat variety for sal. or ret, 't
(,,I ill tl hosforts of known that for several days banker .lr.l he t or them are luxurious. 'lie ciieapest,
t riendsof both ides have been trying A.,1h ,.ighlin abl ,t 70 pounds ex- aregood. -BEERS, ETC., -'
to see a way to settle the flht, as they l.(ds.. ito. a .-., s or of 1.2' i pieces. IVDWELLINGS I'OIt HEINT.
wane and fori o. tt unes o csf o injurytothe businden 'adrv ..r four miils ;ian hour when No. 2t West iadsdenstreet,7roomns, 2 IN WOO) ANI) (iAS', I.lE OR SMALL QUANTTIES
their partners and injury to the bust- w.lki-nl, ti ni.le in houir when trot- No. --E lstchurr stree ros. AlT
O('kelt- (o0 to watch you.r ness of Putt-burg in general and es- tilig.U 1 niles n hour gallping storyl near evill square 1 I, A TE-.
pecially the iron and steel industry. Aceiiur-ing to the kaiser's new naval No. lool i st 12'th street, 5 rooms, i ast
Hill) ........... .. .. D iM
prilranie. i erImany will have 40 bat- -No.. Wet Chase street, 7 rooms,
10ir,11111/ Ce1 Pockets ni hitS in A STRANGE LOVE AFFAIR. tl. -hij's in 1`10 instead of the 17 she has (furnished ..
______Vnow1. "2) large 'rniise;r inst ad o(if 11, 48 No.- 11North Alcanlz street.,5 rooms.
BrokeVa Eag*l l suesnt Vollow-d by Ill. xi:all cruiwNrs anid gunboats in place ( No. 117 Wt overnmnnt street. -
t ,.1, Iol/ wifewant see e r--e. and 114 torpedo boats instead of t,. rooms.(l story 1___5.11_ AlGATOR SO.."
I ITI.MliE, March T3.- -Miss Susbn as at present. No. 142 We.t Belmont street.5 ) rooi,
BA"t" rE Ta, March ;11 -Miss Susan historyi 11.4 1-)
'W. Daniel of this city, the fiancee of No. .;:Is East amv,.rsnnt strs-t. ,, Oappo-ite Iiln D l.,t. '. 'Is i oie N o. 4It;. ."
,,r 10?,('o## pistol pocket. the hev. Charles A. Jessup. formerly NEITHEKtt,,ecaptan,owh r' No. :;4, W,.-t Laltiuatraet.4trob,,,,i,,. Nr
assistant minister of St. Paul's Protesti nior o n- r w ther l o .l sto .ain rtyeet. :" r) mi, il
' p ] re'i-esh m ct/,oc/ (-ently resignesi the rectorship of S, thecrewofesld vessel. No. Iil W ,st Helllilsnt -t-re-tt. 7 rloms. *..
Luke's church, Atlanta, is critically ill tiui lra.-i t C'o.. Captaiir. No. 4 2 Eat't t-l menu .ti ,-t. ; roiti..,
at her home on Chesotnut Hill avenue. C(oiwanfe-. ..lait storyy .ii,,, e) 4 .... e ''"
Waverly, a suburb of this city. Her No. auth asrc lnia 'arssnor,. rm ,
atiendang physician fears her illness NVEI-NOR'$ I LANI). N. Y. to i-tw tre,.t.s Io .,i PENNLAND YV WHI KY,h"
may prove fatal. '.[ H...March 2,. l~5-- eialed prs,- story) .. ...., H fi()KHIL L. S)1' R .1AH."
Little by little new light is being po,-al., ira triislicat.-, fear furniiihing *,.v ral smaller ,tIlt.. -. ",w, 0n [ t! NI YEL*I/ .I'tr)NI* RYE WVHI[SKY,
strauge iove affair, and it now seems dlurii.,r fi-c:il ye-sr shu!g Jnlf l-. urin oria v-, tui ** .iTA'TA WINij ('.)MtANY
that the break rg of the engagement Hall, will be. rticsiv-t hers -nd at -L'EItHIiRc'A'I'EIi -EER--KEL;I J, iIAATTEA.%.I"( "'
Dsniei was writtn last Otober. the M.. April 19. 19ail. U. ,. reservs- m"A
month when the wediring was to have riulght to rej.-ct ,r a:eC,.lt arly or .all REAL ESTATE.

CURIOUS CULLINGS. Cru etlatitlg n ; ropol- wi AGENTw, ilGas and Steam Fitter,
I', Ty:-, :1 .. r. is I.,.iv ti be a "" J.\,. M 1(O )RE. A Q M No. ] South Palafox Mtree,.


',t :. : s Isr ,liv.- ate .- 2"1n~t2&4iTa<2: PENS. '(al.A, FLA.O. & South P alafor Str wt.
r,; I t fNor o"..od lutL k South P.af.
a- *: rck. plain or fancy pat rf,;. o: ;i; ,.e i- I 't-d i a pri- All Kind3 r, Plumbing snd (;a- Fitti:'- Mater;ial. Kop: on Hand .
F r $2.;04 that w ill keeI, p art abl :. I lt Ijtili.s tra ie ,"-,
1::II a :i ti hun-' hit; and d .%i t 1 r 3I er. ; lii-ri-i0 itTaI NG tE
,i (tit ia-,i a nd f,7r-. i f 1 r : : 7 t' srT.:s.!ii i "Wit S *M
-"""-'" "" ';, -""A, ....) AS A FiRIEnMAN Pron
.. ., ,: <,f.,.-< ,,11T.I.,:rl.l .r'T.Ii,,r E IEV E R Y D A Y *'
i,; ,,,d i-:Jilr- aind .i,: aled t .', r 't ,, ,y :, ,it AGENTS FOR *
'. :r rt :i: l( a f druth at tta o _t_.I- I
S%: ,i..:1.1."IIrri.li t High-Grade Liquors. A tL & KLEIN'S
I SILVER BROOK, PRIVATE STOCK HEN HARDIN SOU'I: MA.\>., ,
TRUST THRUSTS. VEY FINE: lI)'.EDMAN'S CELEI;RATED .OLD PR A
STOCK. 12 YEAltS OLD; iOLD SILK VI ELVET. KEN-
', V 0s -I i s, r'" i-. '.,;1 Ter, T'CKY'S PERFECTION OF PURITY. ANI)
V" B ;, g. J,,ur- I Il'S OF OTHER BRANDS WHICH
SPACE WI LL,,1 NOTF PERMIT
u,: I, : t f: a' ... TO MENTION. 502-504 SOUTH PALAFOX ST,
t. ': ;. :' ', it p 1:- T oloploxCo 308.
t:.A -. T, 1 ; l irea o-t anid Be-t S..-!,cted Stock of Bottlt- V!ikv ai:d -
hWr .11 all \\'. wort ,: t, .: i r t t t 1int. fr Ftinily 'se-. L Patron-. N* w andl Old, ar, Cordially Invitd t,> Vi-it and linrect
SA. ihat ar- -iunply !reat. .,. ., ,..,, t::. i:: THE JUG TRADE IS OUR MAIN SPECIALTY. their Ilinnfl;.Le Stock. .,
*%i, I'& t 'A ,,l),itt
*..: Itry. it ;* -. 11.-i o ColnAlo Azent for the Faminous Pabst Milwaukee Iefr. Fre, Deliv-
;, : t -t:it:u l:iw. it i;i t u.s.ner or .ry to evpry Part of the City. B
S.,. ; .... t t,,f i P.vO. 1;,x 4 PENSACOLA. FLA. Telephone 179s. A
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THE MY aMPORTERA"D JOBBO
THE Delmonico Hotel and Restaurant Ia "c"-'"r t

Pyurwifeefhse ALL ORDERS SERVED 01 SHORT NOTICE Iron, Nalls, Azes, Shovels, Saw Mill and Steamboat ppile, Coo
B un,1om.e parlor suites AT ANY TIME AT REASONABLE PRICES. and Heating Stoves, Paint, 01.s and Window la.,
LEVY I rrom arston'Finch.T l) rooms far Rent by the Day, ieek or uoath. ( Agate and Tiware and HousBeftr hg ee
3 y11t, 312 srtbi T nI.tett, Illnpulti IMi litlll. AGuns, Plitols and Fishing Taskle.
SICOLA CASSA -Teiephone 68.-- C AG-NT for Birmingham Rolling Mills Company, Revere Olan
SS -4O-GEO. WILSON & 00.,-*-- Stlthed Belting, Northampton Emery Wheel Company, Iaftin Band
R TAUANT---OYT s. Forget to Stop With the Fat Man. Powdr Company, Johnson's Kalsomine, Iron Kiag and Buck's Stoes
0TA"Don't Forget to Stop With the Fat Man. and Ranges, Wm. Coup &Co.' By Hlde Laase Leather, 7ssur'sl ead4y
EBl I Dilwi Clsttlie, FrMits, Caiiest, Vletahilt F-IIEa VGETIIBULES IECif BilT Ii01U 119 Ul RETIIL. aime.Rauroado orl..
Cigars and Tobacco at Low Prices. HelloIoardang Pens la, Florida. I an"'e-.ru M oc Teple, Pen'icoa, Fla.
AM.. A a lt the I lel~ole. Fe s-^---a, lo id errafter M s n c e p e. e









THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MARCH 24,1900.


UlK


ADVflJITIS ,S.


How the Daily News' Best Pa-,
trons Are Prasperi-ng.

Tbunergtotlis tff o rtg, a R .stti',VlHa%
Sau.'t-vol oImveIwLIMl Ar er time Hool
days. and iesiinee. iseekinit Those'
WhoInvi ite- it Tiartoasgm aliteCod
Umns..40 Thme %-% too.
Cohen, Fri'&, -'lnia.. "' C.). r- e
celviaig ant i-ltt.. Ih I.-t
novelti-it 1!1ira e-i'nz .,ml Tr .
have a no-w trimaai-r in to--v i.,llit -
ery department w."..);-m at.. -x;,' r : ,_d
p~le i' .-a!u-1 -!-a,'c *. in _- .. .:: ."
for thf- op4 i!7 !1g.


the day in ahoea.
The 1,. -a' .. a
erivls tin ,t .n aIc'-- tU dV
froII-,t I -yl I !I'..............





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to-d. iv. Tl'-V- .* U.
!-to oc k 'of 4 11 .......~.
call for..
Hal I & K: n:- ..'
cent-sat tli-1*v: ua .I..~..~&
vcee their s:ock.
Read th' b rc d o.'f C. 11. G .
zalez &At SomnlIIImthi- i!-.-u(.
31ar-etota & laiait. i. .
of local rea..liiz n.i' *,-- I!, !,i- m-.:a-
M~.-. Schwirtz. pro)i; lt )r of aa-
People' S totre. ijs-.4!elitiorfre--,. It-
goodis at a cl~oit-r --f'taa ,or :a 't
than ever b,,-f-)re aiAIt#.-ie j c~m-e-
quently domitmr :ar!i-h.ai: bli-m -t--s.
His stock i-i coimpe.-to.mtijlhi- polir..
"e"leoplemJewall ca.-f.hy -6-W'a N. vU
ala the taitny atr~Acriv-" z,
they bare to off.-r.
t~oI Cahn & Co. hav-e onra of the
rLeate--t and ano-t aittrAct '.. .r*--tv
-;t.ore Ain P'-n-acolai. They carry a.
fine stock tif all -fmrtz of tdaantie* and
they oxell tfic-an at reo-.rvrvarotistble
I mices. A-k thmt-i .,-liw v'ou am
0. If. Pryor 'yBi r~r~:!sn Furniture
-1 -atoi a Ie I t U; 'p!F toi 114- ned !..
i fie Furl,.-- -t. ,-v,-r lt-
h;:.l e wein ) -+ -.m 1. -v 'a !, *I%- ta'
-*a...tetoi fit:Im-w *. r:a-; i
leW ,it :ic--. .2.0 2-w.a.J-1~a
:-poectthai t.l.
Quite a twiUii)--r I t-
.-.peciaal to sr.. i.,!1. .!l t--ih'v viri. u-
bou-inei.- farmita- .I -do] ml *--f Iti-'n.
The nl maa.'mrv ir-t 41 .- tB, wo-r-
A Kraso- a- usdve.rt.-' .1A Iaths-Z i.;ItP.
y'-ii to let !iaan qu '. .a;iracec.
Sa 1; ta




.-. li ., a .-* My wif+e hat-; iw,-11
*~~fo tei--frliv-- 1--ariL t h it O-
.aild noit t:arn at' *-r in ho-d al-one.
ft.-r u-im..r t wol -:l tof Elpo--rrac
~ ter.. i-1~ W(iildt-ifully imapromved
i'tn I abi"t tmodoi her town work.'' This
-upretiacr+-e-tdE-lyfootf-nailt- lis-ita-e-
quickly cures-. ai-r'.-.mi~n*"'. lea--
Ea o-. nlaaaclo.y. twadactie. back-
ache. faintim., atd dizzy apellit. This4


A MONG


I4'lor,1l.at n"irmi r-' ite?!ltut..
LtKr CITV. F.a.. 3-srh ; -: -Arrange.
=,c-ats are Leing ma-ie for a state :arm-
-rfn' :nstitu'e, to be be.d here on April
i. .s a 4, *l to close tne present institure
n Ee.t -ou. E acu .li-t uZt cinss .i ; 'u~ r;--ts, so tuat p r-
.-is nnolt ...sp)s3-i ', ipad tnhre days
rni-y eiec: 'lie day .:r watch tevy are
partca. sr.y interec:id. Ali rai.roads
,!i the state wilt lurunon ronnitrip rick.
-tI lor one fare. and hotel, in Lake
Ca'y wit greatly reduce regular prices.
Tha4 police as cjrdtiaiy invited to at-
Leud.


iniracle working Illg nll"(inlioe a .. -.--
,end to we :k. -ickly. runI plo. Ev,-ry bottle uaranteed. Only A:N,z% S C. March 23 -Aiken is to
&uoeent. ISold by W. A. JAlexia- have a new hotel. I he new hotel will
berte, I)ruirgi-t.
..( go up on the Pozuanski property. lo-
LYNCHING IN TENNESSEE. cated on the northeast corner of Park
avenue and Chesterfield street. The
Negre Wlese"o It Muerder Came is sme of the hotel has not yet been de-
Haage,4 by a Meb. sermamed on. but it will contain not less
RIPLK, Tenn., March 2S. This than 70 bed rooms. 25 or 30 parlors and
il t eatheoiy as many bath rooms, arranged in suites
mmr m te ears of the city t and that it wil be an p-to-date high-
bedy of a egro. Louts Rice, was found clam hoteL The hotel will be built by
dagltg ftro a limb of a tree. Mr. W. R. Travers and Mr. H H Hun.
The lyachiaug rew oat of a trial ina the newell. Jr.. and will ooss about $00.000.
les oanr of Lauderdale cosaty. dur- shot the Sbow Mae.
mg, de *omee of which BUe testl* la DoIa., Ala., March 3. -Lee Deal,
laver of ee of his color. who was&l
hmrged with the murder of a white a yeoeg white man living here, shot
man samed Goodrtch. the manager of George's show during
the performance. Deal had some troeb!e
D bate Poe poa.d. with him and about the time the per-
ATNzEs. Ga, March 23.-The annual formance was winding up. Deal shot
debate between the University of North the man twice, both shows entering g the
man's side. Deal w*as arrested by the
Carol and the University of Georgia sheriff ad put in jaiL It is thought
ha been osetponed until Aprii by re- his victim will die.
quest of North Carotmlna. The subject -
for debate as: "The E:glish in South We have saved many doctor lbi!l-
Afriesa; Is Toer Course Justifiable?" since wo began using Ciaminberla:t'-
0eorgma defends the natives. & Hame Cough Riemedy in our li.'iin. \VW
Smith and Emory Weddington will keep a bottle op)'ni all the ti':nt- a.'l
reprwsset (eorgia. Bath are speakers wh-enevtr any of my family or in.v'-
of recognized merit. elf hoiini to * 1 el.-v s. ame. uj- the C7ough RIm-dy., a;nd ws a r,-
lo ..-, th-i. Ltbkr l c i -r .ave to ,s-nd away for
BEILs.S, March :3 -Tne Asrarians i doctor ;and incur a larcp du,-tor
a"e discussing ways and means of per- bill. for C'ihaimberla.ti' Couzh Itf-:-
,auaingthegovernment to aid in re- ,.dy ; ,ever f:al- to ,u:. It ai e-r-
heving the farm labor famine. The tw.,rh.-i D. n- MEfAI:Ki I. t';-lara 1
agricultural chamber prouaoss that the *R.c(haIt tI,. Iari., r. 11..t:i H*.i-
government should appropriate a large ', c.i ',,.. I'. l. r' -.1. v 11 r,-
sum for settling laorers i sne country ,. '; o,". .x -r. :.


aun asks i20. 0,00. marcas as a bDgan-
Dang for lthssa alone.
-**f rder will .a" I';pa- :!: in
t!, ttil th,.mn-elve's Iini --- e\;i-, \i
H<*d'< "Sareap;'rill. .

Xothin so vcthsoji'a onme
as handsome Ifurniture.
.larston Finch hare an
in nen se stock f or you to se-
lect from and they will sell
it to you on long time and
easy payments.


BLOODY WORK OF A NEORO.
*e Murder a Weas msad Her tve
ttltge Chlldre*.
l aLtUH. March 3L-Early this mzra-
ing. at Gerers, 6 miles oeat of this alty,
Tom Jones, a negro commonly known
in the county as "Preacher" Joames.
murdered Ella Jones and her eldest
daughter. Ida Jones, and then set fire
to the bed in which the bodies of the
murdered victims and four others, all
children ranging an years from a baby
I month old to the largest boy. who
was not more than 5 years of age. The
was done with an axz.
The house was completely destroyed
by tire.
The dead are:
E la Jones. the mother, aged 33.
laa Jones, 13 years old.
Josie Jones. ; years old.
Nancy Jones, 3 years old.
Clever Jonei, 2 years old.
An unnamed baby, 1 month old.
Jones has be.tn arrested and lodged
in jail.
BURKS HAS SKiPPED TOWN.
Leaves a to M.orn fis D itr',ur-.
MONTG,'im::Y, Ala.. March 2;: -J. H.
Buries. a wii known young man in
business and social circ.es, has skipped
;own. leaving behind a large number of
creditcrs, an unpaid board bi.. and a
bea=tifu. Modtgomerv beile to whom
:ie wes engage t > b mni:rried.
I urs came here from Brunswick.
*3-. s-veu unt:.a azo Ho brougnu
wi'.i nui n-.'h recocamOndations both
s ; ) '.: cn:traci -a'. 3<. l., go, .ovkt aud winning
.:Lirn-i'rs c._rtrA hiau a onag wars
,iuAI h- rece.v-d rue hand uf we!.
n:i every *anre. Not iug carter n.s
.L .ent iu ,c;i circ:es here he met
' -:au:iful vyuug gir,. woo :s a dec'.d-i
:3av;ri: In >c.ety. lierel, in love w ta
.ar. and when hi aske2 fLr her hand in
u:arritag :' sAid it was .raontc-. R .-
::u.r L a s it ta..ts te date uf the tar-
riage wa s set for next wn.u;h.
MISS EL'ZABETH VAN LEW.
Vi ted Fed, r.tl py Is CrittIC41y 111
I I! cheniond.
RauiMnmo) March 23.-Miss Elzabeth
Van Lew. wnooe loyalty to the Union
cause during the civil war attracted the
sttentioa of -ineral Grant, is quite ill
bere The devotion of Miss Van Law to
-be federal soldiers and the aid rendered
;me cau.-e tnduoed General Grant. when
i-a became preaiden., to appo.ut Miss
Van Lew po(miastres of tue capital of
the confederacy. Tots lady not only
rendered va.uab.* assaitance to the fed-
eral oioers who tunnelled their way
out of old Libby prisoua nere. but kept
G_-aersi Grant informed of many im-
portant movements in Richmond dur.
mg the w.ir.
Isaporlant ln.lustry R{vlv-d.
Sar )i.i). Fla.. March 23. Hinry
C-reeu. a wealthy :umber dealer of Bos-
ton. and a winter resident of Altamonte
-prangs, has purcba.ed the Sanford
NY.veaiy w >rks. owue.l by George W.
M1idd.ekauff. ani wial tmmediate!y com-
meuce t1) operAte them Mr. Green
pur.n-uaed to Dinkel mill property rast
week. and rne nove.ty works will be
run in connecnon with the mitl. This
wt:l revive an important iunustry in
'-anf(,rd on a iarge scale, as the entire
product wi.i be snipoed to Mr. Green's
.uwtier yards in Boston.


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D.'y Blow. to Ate...
RocKwooD. Team.. March L-Fraak
Day. a white laborer who was as work
on the TenUmee OCentral railroad, as*
tempted to dig a dynamite cartridge
from a drill hole that had failed to ex-
ploie. The cartride exploded and
Day was blown to aroms, it being diffi.
cult to find enough of tao remains for
burial.
Town )Destroyed by Fir..
VILTORIA, B. C., March 23.-Kunks-
nook, a town of 1,000 inhabitants, at
the terminus of the Crows Nest pass
and Nelson and Bellimgon lines of rail.
way. nas been destroyed by fire. ren-
dering the most of the people destitute,
whose wants are being supplied by citi-
sens of neighboring town.
New Ratlrond P,.'J sterd.
CHERAW. S C., March 21'.-?ne pro.
jected railroad from here to Lancaster
has been placed in the hands of Steven-
son and Matheson. attorneys for the
road. who nave gotten oat a prospectus
and are making an effort to Unanc it.,
so as to secure the early completion of
this important Ihue.
Brodae iani( I 't q(.i-rur M31tched.
MEMPHIS, March 3.-Captaiu C. A.
Talies, the well known turtman, is in
Memphis lie has arranged a match
race between F. W. Brode, the Schorrs'
crack California campaigner. and Paddy
Tom;iason's pet coit, The Conqueror,
for a 530 purse.
Cir rillimCotton Miill Ch1trtered.
COI.!P.I.A, S. C., March 23.-The
Almeta cotton mill at Brad;ey, Abbe-
vyile county, has just been incorporated.
The capital s:ock is i1O.uOO, with priv-
ilege to ncreise to $o#,Oc'O.
N11!1: i'F.NC'ING.
F-'r t!,.h i xt :, day-V A. .1. W at-
kin- will ,,rrl#r irt.iaiieiital wir-.
ft-ncini iat -uci.h low ric .-c s it will
-urpri-e t-v.-il body. You 'i i all.v
any kind, friin 2 fe.t to 4 fee-t hi;i:
or you can get the he-t mild chiapelit
iron fencing of all kinds. Whe-n
you desire fencing of anv kind done
Ilave your order at Win. Johnson &
Son's for mie anid %ot will save
money and get first-elaas guaran-
teed wrrk. A. J. WATKIrIS.
13mlm.

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


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


27-inch ZI.hy-.r (ih:tn., our
price ..........------............... -'
36-itnch Si ain;mg 1'-real., our
price .......................... c
:1*3-inch Very She,-r White Lawn.
our price ...................... S' c
27-inch C('-.ek N ain-ook. our

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Calicos


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It a-t hadle- at #1 75 a ad ~a
Tn) arrivo- duringmatrr- we-ak I t
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titrw iHat-a aid rm al,,r- ;al-,i2'
rtill-a New Spring MNat ing,-1 at 1!
15 anid 211'1,#-r yald.


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We are prepared to welcome our
home and visiting people to see our


prmg Line wmc we are eiOLving V
| rapidly.


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



Our Stock is Iese!

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Si ] ;///'/ / >7fill '
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SA big line of Ladies' and Children's
Slippers just received.


Th In Men's. Ladies' and Misses' Footwear i
we are the Leaders.


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(,7,-.1t, urni.h.and (nl lotb ,,-/ 2, n almost ^
G'ivf'ln .,Away .


0 The finest and most complete line of
SCarpets, Mattings, Curtains, Window
Shades, Etc.


S Youn are Cortially Iivitet to Vi; Cnr Mainmot Estabislhmnnt .


We are Invincibles in Low Prices
This makes our Success.


Mail Orders Pronmptly Attended to.
Trade Discouut of o ,. on all Ca-h Purcia.--. :.


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LUMBER, LATHS,

SAWED CYPRESS SBINGLES--K1B:-DI IaL
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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: March 24, 1900
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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THE


DAILY


NEWS.


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 24, 1900.


qOL. 30.


NO. 43.


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


iiiETY ETENTS


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ra ;i ( ,i(.Ii... a-- ],nt rt ,.e 1
: ,r.t- r l.iiiit> a ,r-tt d \or el
,iit at b ;iutiful violet"
n-I an *il'erta;tinin llg < h t e-- I'I
I. I, tit t t l ,-tjo.iy n ine t n if th,
.1 .-u 1, UlIl- _'ca-i, tll.
Married lbettlie En 'are Club
:.i. -t d-liightful;y +-ntertaitied
: i--day afterniofon at the homine of
Mayer on West Chase street.
aine- began promptly ait three
wk and in two hours' time the
_";.i had been played and Mr-s.
: ,x I,. Bear was food to have won
Sgr.-atest number ofgames, so
,pr.-ir,-.ted with a most beauti-
-.. mtwroidered luncheon cloth.
Kthn was next in number
Sw,- the fortunate winner of an
,..id-red picture frame. Dainty
S. ;:iientt were then served and
Sl.iadas took their departure to
: .t Mr. Max J. Kahn's on next


R- obertmon, of Columbu-.
S--. wo has been the uruest of
'arritt Moreiho for a few
.'. 1-ft on the noon train Mo:i-
.. : her home. much to the re-
Sf her many friend's made Jur-
-r tort stay in our city.
Sttal -amne, otf whiit were in-
I in on Wednesday evetiinm at
'r .-s club. Mr-. V. J. Vidal
rtunate otn this oc'ca-iont. sh,#
1!.f o. i- to) have a lovely silv.r-
I.- II prI-!-#iit 'd t
.1 ,-*-ph \Va-tlingit;to:. Ine- -
-- I .Ie lHltint. whito w a~ i r-
.w ioint- awo and w#'Ut t-1
: #' .<%a t IV 1 i now visit i;n,
.-I r MNr. A. C. tlount. H,-
'Al- art glad t o wet-le ine hi(
I ,,t -.
S-;.; Sr:n th' itna'y f:; i.'t, -
Sk-'.: le-.iarn t hat l-a v; -
-i i, xt for Clhicage:o. Ill..
Sill vi--it friends and '.' l-
S.:. will + be a+ -o-nlt fromli thi.
:i,.,'ly ill, litn, .
W \\ artid.ld h.ia- r.-tur:ieJ
.'.0.-,-go. where hi- tihas b+--,n n
He lie .and his family are now
- witht Mrs.Garfleld*' parent-.
:. 1 ;rs. R. H. Turner.
' Iv-s< will leave on Tuesday
North in anticipation of mnak-
-' 1 home for the future, and
S- a- he ha's selected his loca-
S will be joined by Mrs. L*evi-
-, :,. I'ntil then the two latter
. n ti at Hotel E-cambia with
L1- I.-' mother Mrs. T. V. Kes.-

! st.-lla Avery, accompanied
1.- Fletnmining of Virginia, who
: ni the guest of Mi-'s Edna
.- ,r several weeks, will leave
S- r-day next for Auburn. Ala.
''- Hallett of Bostan. Mass, who
S1 in the city a few days age,
A with Mrs. Willis and will
tout a month.
'" h(;tttentertained the Thurs-
A 't.rtio on Euchre club at her
,:. tha' alternt*on. Mrs. T. E
o- in first prize, a lovely fern
lr- Ammerman. con'-olatior,
,ie pulley belt; Mrs. Fergu-
a plley b-It buckle.
i r'.-n-m will euteirtain the
Thu-sday at thoe' l.ot1i1
"- l ir-tont.
tv friend"' of Mr-. F. C(
Sri..ret to Ie.irn th it -!',
;.' for *1oime days. rh1 lefT
I *leans last evening a' -
SI by Mr. Brent. Miss II -1
I Dr. Frank G. Ite,-lh-w,.
SAI'1 he. treated yv tih it'--
I t!., city'. W e I i reC-'-_
>t -hie will .z,,n re-tit 11
-. t* ; ,..j to, health.


McCat*.ntn. XV;! I':t
-t : ti,- w'efk of .Mr. J.
.u'i ; i-av- to nigiihit f' i
liW--'llville, Kv. Mr.
tde miiany friend- idt.' -
-':a lie-re, all of wh -111
V lay aZain visit P.-it-,-

\ '! ;ad-" mi, t with Mrs.
S:i .tt l.i-t week and soinl
S:: t W.I- givetln by ile. -
-; ,,-, to ro'l call. A pa-
t' t .;i-iO,-:;tieit (if For' ;zn
n-. 1 t'hinia. b' Mrs. Han-
-,-% by Mrs. Zeek were
S*atly tnjoyed.
- .'il.- to be given oni t,
',to r grade of -chool
ben-fit of the public


schooll library. promise-3 to be a very
#ct~j.yablo affair. Tbh.-y have. stcuro-d
the. assistance of some of the best
Talent in the citv. The prfoLrralf will
c-im-i-t of hot! h "oeal ain(t :itrunionrt-


i-A/L A.Ii';IIING HUtMORtS

P~tzipe% ( ,teil14)3- Ifl 1( r. i'~m
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SOUTH AFRICAN WAK. THE AMERICAN SHIPPING BILL.
Five Thousand Boers in Danger of Be- How it is Viewed by Prominent Eng-
ing Hemmed In. ItI Publications.
LoNDON, March 24.--Five thous-! WASHINGTON, March 23.-While
and IBer%, with 16 guns, retreating some newspapers in the U' -2d
along- the Basutoland Lorder, are in Stat .s are dtily mi'-representing the
imnminent ding..r oi bein4 hemmed shipping bill pending before con-
in at;d nieetinig the fate of Cronje's gress, and declaring that it would


army. I; is believed that a force
i:t ben ei -spatched by L,,r Rob-
-rt- to eCli-te then and that Gen.


not help our merchant marine in the
foreign trade, and asserting that the
bill cannot pass, and so on, it -is no-


S'- -... ...i. ...... French will head thieu otL. ticeable that foreign newspaper-
\ .',.. ,'-in,'-o to, le
:,;, Hair fr .al v. yr a fli lle fron Blooinftntin that there matter. ''hey know that the pas-
-:,z. ;. .'k It,. ,, ;,ill :n ra- ek. t r io ;eria)l It rw t,.o relo-rt1 : that sage of the bill would result in build-
I r ',It t '. Skir. Prtcklinn the ctttry so,,uth i g.neIrally .et- ing up their American merchant mla-
.* ;. ..k :?. l;:-.ti; omrlf linz Lo do.w'o: ah it n. utlberi pf a' rms rine and enable American ~-hilr l -
I.-. .ti'a v.!; : J, int-? iif alleni lare Iwin d-l ivered up and tth Iwo- ers to do a large part of our o(ce an
i *.tA-:S t.I v."' kil l ple. art- b- ir:niag to recoglniz, the carryin- trade which i~ now in the
S r. l - A.l t i- ltlt- f v t e h lvel troo in thl oe Amieriean journals deride the
i: fi. To e,. to -.:tv eted t ak,. with .)d resuilt.. per.s, and particularly those devotedr
1;. 1 t H. ^ :~t I i ,1 l l H lZrt ,i,- fro n ini tant i- entered to the shipping interest-. expre-.
W:l1 ;, t,.-k-.v t1.1 4,d ulre tal Slt ithilbld ed ld V without op- their great anxiety over the pr, b
ea c. I;. It. will cu-, tm eres rP -It iti l at raptlired ill . rounds ble pas-oage of the bill. The Londot;
ai. it::.. of vcz, in.: to -top if anmmu iti ,on. "Shipping World and H1er ald f
a:. v.-. ti.- kil tlt b.-e. a'tn letr ten. d Wood(ate, who wa- wound- Commerce," referring to the bil:
.,t tle,, bnrath -w.,-t. B. It 1 is ed at Spion Kopje, is dead. says:
I-t -~me I t eedy yoU have been l ook- We know the.tory of thbe Freoch bounrty
Pig for. r ouA LI Bct tewt{ul i for b. e Gw)elo) SU(uGESTIOK N. system i. and w can tforade to m ilnte a, Ahd.
yo.-r-, Oiut r'-ade -are advi-ied to will coli'iitlttii grievous blunder it Ihey a -
t- I. r .. V .sal Ie- by dru ,,i-ts low t4) E daily 1Raie Funds flor 1he shie that A ierienn competitor s arti goti.
at $1 p r lar e Ib,)ttlE. full treat- Bcnefit otfIhe Pearl agan Home. to depbnd entirely upou their subsidy sop,
Sl a lt r ecui Indifferent to further pr(.nt
en!lt l o. Complete directions with PENSACOLA1, March 24, 1I.I. and more substantial success. 4bhip owners
Tac b rttalr. m, uffretig may .t To the Edtor of The Dain mNewy. w will do well to take stock of I hemn and of
eAci t. otl.So sufferett many te-t T o theA mentor of Thye LilY NeW8. ta Themanner of men to be pittedagainst
Atlanta. Ga. Icribe youAr trouble As the bestowal of charity to thena.
Atlantae p.o.ltcribe your trouble those in need thereof is at the pres- The "EugineAr"of London, a trade
and Frm-e pwrason a medical advice tnt time receiving considerable at- newspaper of very high standing,
given. tension from the good people of our has this to say on the subject of free
PEN sAC'OLA IIBItAIRY. city, would it not be well for us to ships which the free traders in the
give a thought to the Pearl Eagan United 1ttbes assert would be good
Itas Iehabilitathion Fairly Under Good Orphan Home. 'this charity is now thing for this country:
Headw shiorganizad and is doing its grand Free ships would be a good thing for
Headway, work. It is sheltering, feeding, in- English bipbuilders. for whether irstor
The library meeting yesterday structing and saving many, who, by 1 sNcone hanc d the veelf a urchased would
evening was slimly attended, owing reason of their tender years, are un- most part. The development of a native Made from most highly refined and
to the nclement weather but ro- able to do for themselves and are American shipbuilding industry can be of
o Ier without natural protectors. This atae to eer uder nor owner healthful ingredients.
gress was made in the direction of institution is preparing the most ere.
reorganizing the list of the commit helpless for lives of usefulness. If free ships would be such a good
tees, and the work will be completed This true charity has noendowment thing for England, as every well
and annoufed at an adjourned und and is supported solely by do- informed med in the United States Assures light, sweet, pure and
and announced atin adjourned nations, and since Its inception it 'knows would be the case, itcouldA s r
meeting to be hld at the library on has been difficult to make ends meet. nt possibly be a good thing for the
Chase street at ; o'clock p. W., Mon- It should not be thus. We of to-day: United States, and the iEngineer" who lesome food.
dav. should see to it that this home be is right in the expression of its anx-
Pre-ident Hays, who has always put in a position removed frompwant' lty over the development of the
had tie welfare of this institution at and the corroding care of need, and shipbuilding industry in the United
heart. and has done more than any to this end I beg to suggest that we States. The London "Syren and Houoekeepers must exercise care in buying bak-
ine- per-on r t co necte ith hae several citi s who wold be Shipping, a well known organ of ing powders, to avoid alum. Alum owders are
its n en for its advae- glad to have the opportunity to co thi hie'pint industry, in as recent sold cheap to catch the unwary, but alum is a p1y -
lte;it, apromptlyti accepted t lisre- tribute to such an endowment forn article. the shipping bill, says: son, and its uset in food seriously injurts health.
eltiton. effected during hi.s ab- this meritorious charity. A liberal ily in ear.nst on the subject of co htln -rcli
-'-(nce from the city. anld hat; taken endow sent could be raised if a num- expansion, aud ritish m manufacturer and
!ild of its aLair- wnii renewed en- ber of our charitably inclined citi- innerchits would do well to take tiane by, ROAL BAKING POWDR CO., 100 W AM ST., NEW YORK.
Ll:u-i.1dl. zens would insure their lives, lmak- tion they -n3ia ady hold in China as the -..
He wi' ilav- (.onl leted the e- ing this institution the bea tiic- party Ti .n nsse. aion. A considerati n of
tioni of tie 'ta.idig ueolitniuttei.- ,by iary under such poll;ies, and pay- thle A ieu.Inlt o. 'upattion of the 1hilip- aretinq cotr.'l ionir :mt:..e ."-iit r 1111- ITALIAN BANKERS MEET.
thr titm. if the adjourned inee-ting, ing the pretniuiins thereon. This a t har, "et tradewith n ithina, brgs us rstiinv' f e.-rta 4in I ,.yirr o u tow-i
atl' hrop,- for the- sp edy econseullll- would in a few years create a to an examtnation of the means to be em- Ia slxrItryrovr Att ak of iNapti
S,oi Of the cift itution in ,,tuch ,tan,- fitii crinmensuirate with thie },eedfs ployed-the third factor which makes for : The great advanit:nue te taBriti-ii a.siorig" 'g .his ( Csetry.
.r to n t 111f- ofA. t-i T. litt t.,-r t-; tit g,, # n' : y v lt]ha t tlie i-;i-ftjI_- of the iii-tilution, and w would l oI tI e I th 1 t united tatne i d definitely deter--r-
e-s ,d th te l brary to the p e-.ieral econo'n cal and nmot sim ple way to muined upon iionopolizing. in who.e or in lica becalie of t1e-ir tarerchait l ain tc it o n l ba.r (ri
pub ic. alld p- atlci-!at ly to til. yuthr put the same beyond want a it in part. lhte tratodeof te Philippints. and is referred to ilan article. InI '-t t ilot:Ug r .0 I rt anr
ph..ltlnl t big )usiiegsi with ('hilts, then it eerin-o,' of wildllt ast, inielo -ti co :p hextto aa I uthrgr catles ja.ly night to ap1ro-
t lne c'ity. who wlll t herb lvy be hen- positi ontlO to do the great work for ni th of au efort tht nhern it rin ofL woer-i apro
al)-d. t'' eti nJ i'.- l lvat:li.a`- to a whIich same wa< conceived. I, for c antil.-marinebeverymateriallytaugitent- A navy n-sty conmin ind th I a : but a test agaus the pro;oar of tue Italian
t11i-h '! zrEoalr d a tan h-reto fre. nile. will be glad to take out a poli- e N it. tiStoa sy,this s eduly r-cognized son s r i d.eoaru at i governmtiet to t sh t brach
hA HI- -ent McKinley. sld p ecial alt Sut.y be reeuii -ubjectlis i ti tra rtin c in n to e if a rnc
Whene. hc-.t; anzesa9 ares uy of p f -- this purpose aid pa'11 Wsit u made to the matter in his address 'arimy cort), f|r ne'r,' hact hitaps it either in t ew York of the 131 a; of Napes Peter
nd+. thIy will pro -ent -rongr.i iln- tile premu i theret. Canlht o,0 .e atoc aig Ee-. ".Lasty ar."he.tated, .n.r- tional ity culd proltaby IiOn V*i.s i-rt p l II also made
Pld'W-8 ai t oa tn l al t I 'i' t,1-1 imelllmher- fise$1.-0,. ,,(r $1t,00 in this way Icanvlt se transported atiuilliler .&lste -" iof Wolll ertah ly ('rc t f oriflli S t .. V T
p lie rts and imports than in any former although naval power was by their ..tlde to principal speech
San th ref lr ncome.and thereby continue our beea- arad maureofourdpedenon protect then. 'uere are uris of toands of
lvinr tl nieb.-o of to;e. :s .-ociation tions beyond our own time. fairelbn ippint was paiutully mantrested "Fairplav," a well known London dollars Invested io tha Italian banks I
cou ty for voted would ticula thlr R 'ec'tl to our T espre frodiadntcessity. w t t Front
St -I t t-lf a oo -piiticus pat tlarly Respectfully me can coinpot ton weekly, edited by Sir Howard Vill- this and otser cities he sail. he
t I.la dy it.-b -ari. aIetly I- A. GRE EN iI'T. with Great Iittainboth ill shii)ptug and cent, a protiiutitt inenher of Par- Italian gove-nmens has no right to Mtp
vited to artt lid Mof yn lt.iti.,i m-nufacturnug enterprwser, will not be re- iiament. rg:ard, the shippiir ei] iin and try to monopohz stite b usines,
Tel c e of wAY tS INtG M hILIlNEt.Y. lAed, but inc'reasednit the next few years i p nd g before r. i er
TO identi A COLD Ii N qu.DAYt ar aIWed Ydo not sh to imply that there s a nypeding before congras in aM very which is already wel cared to a d
TOCItiL AAn expert milliner will arrive to need fordespondeney at such prospective serious litht. Referring to the bill honestly transacted. It now amou3ae
rake iz.xativp hromo Qunlnoe Tablets. All morrow and will assist in our trimu- competition; we merely urge watchfulness. "Fairplay"Y ays: to about J .0m,000 a year la money r
iruggott run O thuale nioneyitt a ll o f oai at and evt a closer attention to these persist-
ar gs- eu a r nre ist l s ing department during the spring. ent and enlightened efforts which hae en- What Britlih shiowners and shitpuild- milted by Italsan citiszes and init-
ox%. T c. A bout April 7 we will show our abled rintish shipowners and manufacture. cr have to fix their mind on is the fact that gran to relatives, while there Mis in
spring' patterns in bonnets and hats. ers to attain their present position, the republican, are nt hon carrying t.hs banks and in the Americas aviang
TOl eo baph ror t subsidy measure; that they are in an t-,- bnks something like o ,000,000a -
"Old Hermitage" at Eugene Arbo- MIiss Solphie G(runninger is still re- The annual report of the Liver- ute majority in the n.-weoirntr: me nd th t
na3-. tainted by us and will be pleased to erpool Steamship Owners' assocla- they are cute enough to Muakn e. con'-slonA stan ly on depsllL"
ee her numerous friend-. tion for 1899 contains this statement and avoid extremities o as to .uinll$z the The Italan government has a postal
Aoperod an W J attOmt S ron tthesubject:Iprobability of an attempt to rpe-i th--
A H 23t W J & SN. on the subject: measure the ucd cors The ing bank system and i is es
Coffee. which makes the politician wiqe. Possibly when the country sees the full prospect as regards American competition lishes this brieo as proposed, is wi
And !-.- through all things with h. hlf Arbna extent of the developmentof the mercan- with British shipping was never so seicuOs virtsialy mean she essablishmeat ofa
i'ut eye- Duffy's Malt at Eugene Arbona te marine, of the United states. which will as it is now. branch of their pstal savings k
undoubtedly result from the policy upon Tb rc ohe -otl ta s.
Politiian ar not the only pr- All th bt brand ofliuor at hichthe country now entering, time These extracts from foreign nrwo- herr Tho
s l, who like good coffee, andiffi- p fand in-ans 'will be found to release the papers, all of which are specially de- I ei i ta on Ir. 0 siis th
politicians who are now engaged an Eugene Arbona's. Hriltllh bhipowner% from somine of the Isad- voted to the interets- of B iris opposed New York ch and eit
helli the wood f Ecabia nte under which theI will repair your wahey ha and carry on irve now tshipownr, d onstrate conclu- books will be horse in y Ial
county for votes would treat their I will repair your watches and crsy r' ytkro tade.r trII<
county for votes would treat the jewelry in first-class style. J. These disadvantages which the sively that tHi passle of tihe hip- possosffo e. IShos twiIg e Inter
intended vietini- to a good, hot cup ee British shipowners complain of re- ping bll is regarded with anxilnfy by aonl money order effe
of cotlee. instead of "red liquor" and ritephens.Bpire.ill-;regrd dwh xi, ineA pmoneywcwll e r e6
late to certain fees and dues which foreign shpow:er, ad expan A pres, which will be forwarded
t campaign cigars, they woulr al PensacodlalneBaiIClub. they have to pay at home. The why a lobby ie kept by them iln RomeandanotherSo Wash itange, wa
stand a better chance for a ful vote h l b."Herald of Commerce," of London, Washin ton to oppose the bill, and adopted.
and their hare of it. There will be practice iame of has this tosa inareentissue: everything possible done to prju-
The coffee of which the poet sang ball between this club) and the Fort The American' shppn bounty dice public opinion in this country THE TR!KE I SPRADIN
was identical in quality, flavor and Barraticas club tomorrow at 2:30 T p. known in the last congress at the Payne- against this wise and beneflciee't .rl Haoi. d ddtl o, um Je;*
aroma with tile choice blends now in. All members of this club are re- Hanna bill. has been be-fore the appropriate measure.
offered d to a discriminating public by quired to be at the manager's office comnitltees of the house of representative -- She Rev. m-at.
and the senate. where speech -, were madt
CL. H. oonzalez & Son, and ino one at 12:30 p. In. sharp, for the purpose and evidence oitven in its sup ,ort. .und w, Bi-ST OF ALL CLEVELAND, March 26.-A largely a6
who gives them a fair trial ever re- of taking the I p. min. dtunmuin. Suits may say. at theouts*t.ttbat ti-re i. goaId
grets it. Thi. excellent house also will ba di-tributed at this time ard reason to believe that the ml I wia, pa s into To cleanse the Pystemn in a gentle tended and euchusiassic meeting ofa S1
law. Every thoughtful Irimi-n shipowner and truly beneficial manna r. when striking maci anist was held early to
aeola one of the best elected at +Manager. the. posb;:e influenced and 'ont-quences of the pringtimne ones, t-Se the true day. According so the reports receiod
ortwn~iit- of line fancy ai d te Tihe following will he the line pths piece of shipping legisizattio,. and perfect remedy. Syrup of Fi 5s. more men are out today than Oc yeele-.
.,rtcertes itf the clte. amid invites :f for thePensola's: IThe reports of Anmerican consuls Buy the gerluine. Manufactured by day. Is was clamed that nol tee
trial from theo- who have hot yt-t Touart. catcher; P. Vil:ar, and made to the state department ba~cd the California Fig Syrup Co. only. !.70) men bad jiad te omovemeuL Zn
opened an account with ll,.. P1tw. pi tchersn Olb ivr.l. Ir o)ae: builders, the names of whom are cents perbottle. addition to these as waspoiesoets
Wi. i alven, show that wages in -hipyard's ..-..- in many estabisndmensr a large number
IMPOWTANF NOIICE.i -to ehld n, ricket ohel arri. aid on board of hip-, are from fifty "Three Feather..m at l'>urenf Ar- ofrmolde r eand pater omakersand n 0a 1
trP jr'TAll- ne-at l'u'I. cift fiedr to one 0 hundred per ce-mit lower it, bonn's.
l.- t :.icorai l:uriipe than in the Unit,.d States. owmn to the macialsts' strtke.
.Native i. h rebl che t Eat ,,hand AC, tmparis.i,, of the wuges paid ill (,t >IP fals t, HAIll'i v I ismarek'. Irn N-r-
fti ft id hA. i'l 1 s "O "' 'k t'rm- tt t'-hipyards (1:1 the Cl3 de in scot- : '" hi--
,t r "t irr Ioub,,r+r -ill work ach +ldsan a n litd and those on the Delaware aIt New ()rlcanl & W orid 'i .r" ('.- Wa- thie. re-ult ,.f his -j l]enidid
: ty !i wit' any nn-unme. L Rt rural, but rivUnr in the +nited States show an ea ', ry it wou wiil , ,:- t, :,.tt. lnd,,,table weil and tr,-
* .. :4 r !.,r be. i- W oa :11 troll -. i ill' thCELEBRATED thorughly tti .ave-ra'_e dli ffrence of nearly a htin- Jt:Jd e'.- verdict. !ile,+tui,,i M rc.s ;rt.- il,,t found
-inft um Ir tI :i .-d l .'t ;-nt to.'. A1 ired per ceitt. F ,,r in statuce, p att"rnL
i, tr.aI Traod-, I-c: r.., cdyv w ht :1 mnaker'. o the Cirde average $t.76 a 1E.W I-a i$ 'itl t if ErI* i. I r -o
-.. i Ht'II-. an-re ths,, de- week, and on the D,+laware $1 ms- I)1NH1.E-SSEl rItis want ie oi'i-tim- itt I ii.'* tucce4'
,r.:,,n i. iti chinists average; A 76 on the Clyde Pensacola, Fl. thet. 'n',,y mrn -c Dr. Kitrva'- New ,ife
F r,'-" a,,' i -non.- -.:ter-. It hin amid $1 on the I)elaware. and so orin'r d body. (Jiv ly 25c rat o A.-
(C T a d- y"-. hu t~l -lax a nld 5:.- ,curl.ath,,ua:l nb. c ith other w orkm en T hese facts Wie a lnF b ody. dr ly t re t .
uir~t~lv-.1 fn,,trl ]:2 I t,, :;'-:u l p,.r ,,l S tI o ufu crs frc.,, ill illustrate the following state- e S 0 1 A rge n F I'.lemberte',_,ru ,trs.
"f 12 in.to f Iburse i intent t ken from a recent issuoe'o Ravser & Alltrnu's. ('hal. NI. N. H-,rthloui,,rmv |+,r orn I)raug .t at
S . fr Cnstipation the "Liverpool Journal of Con Kelle'n amnd Clev-,land Wahl P|'-rr Eugene Arbon'a.
tH-, i." .... t Itd'Cestioe- f erde .'' C(,'s Fine. W Il I'-ai,., L..m


l-i... .. -........ *-*v*-* '... I ~ _It ci11 iie very iany year, bI-r hf ve ,f _r be it -- ". 1 ,-' F ru .
i,; I-:tc.,It. Pi',.t 'i.i;ot-,i th- c;' STOMACH Biliousness ro'niitd tateeis bhi- totsend .ixty or sv- s. FFurniture at all Prces
Save kinmivd ry ',ni-c .tl to pt 'rorf"m '\ bhy do 't ,,, e: ty first class steamships on trxncuort N. Palaf',.\. PI;ill,. ';'>2. ":-
-*11 t hr ., t t, work solely from one port without (,'ito- We are selling dlian r,-on tbls,
't> rt-rvice- i the- I:,,ursiamed. 3;I. try it. cating trade. Yet Liverpool is ictuall v t bargain pri.-e-: .l,- -tov--. b.d-
Viii. K. HxV1:. --_-- _carrying out this national dui y to-hia, eat bargain pri(.e ; a. E.- bD-<
\\',,.r ......... K. -- ,r,.,,o.,t,,,latio,,,,,.u ,o.,.. ,,,1 Don't Pay $40 and $50 ,minattin .kitcehnaf- .and
Ag~ent. ~ "" t ,,so gigantic a scale, in order to hrmig 'iur y k1(i'tc naltinim kitchen -ifes. and
A-- n"t Your Credit is GOOd ttiops to)thefrout in the Transvaal. fo k tche+n cabinet. wit I bre'aI ards,
Your Ct i Cn CiGooA dM genusofItnglanl.l forthesa, and it will for SW!, MAHI'S whet, yyu c h-t.e for flour, ;miol draw-r- for
The best 5 cent Cigar For anything in our house. We have e'sad day ir this country if ever their can buy the best lake wiTh -, th,- itchen u ten,il arind t:ahbwar,.
on the market is the i large assortment of Couches. Fed capltalnscmpoilo t ohoat s ateretheir
On the arket iS the large assortment of Coches ed American competitors shortly after the late improvements at O. M. P'rvr'- Call anrid examine them at 0 M.
Launges, Toilot 'ets and Bedrtom fratricital civil war. Once a trade is iost Bqrgain Furniture Hou-e, for front Pryor's Bargain Furniture House.
DURHAM. Try them at Sites. Iron Bedsteads at $4 u there is a decidediiculty in the way of $19 to 30. Our household furniture
OA. M. PRYOR' r -ove ronnd prevailiMt in thet'nitedi atate,. con- is equally .,s cheap. Call and see Duffy's Malt ia better than media
D Alemberte S. B-rgain Furniture Ho: se. s quent in ameasre on the protection to- the big stock. cine. At Eugene Arbona's.


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2 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MARCH 24,1900.


ADMIRAL DEWEY AT MACON. '


THE CENSOR.


rFor the Complexion For Red Rough Hands
To prify and beautify tbo skin d Soa the bands, on tiring, in strong,
Mrt pimple s,. hot lather of CCrI-
otchos black- crtA SOAr.
heads, redness, Thoroughly
"eqknewe yellow. dry, and anoint
o .ly a mothy skint freely with CrTI-
chapugm, tan, sun- y #ca Ointment,
and many e great skin cure and purest of emol-
ekmishes, nooather clients. Wear during the night old, loose
AU K or compexio soap is for a mo- kid gloves. For red, rough, chapped
Mt to be compared with Ctr~urac hands, dry, fissured, itching, and feverish
Saar, becme no other soap reaches the palms, shapeless nails with painful finger
cas, via., tes ogged, irritate, or in- ends this one night treatment is simply
,- medictitm ofthe Pom s.
PFr Hair and Scalp For Sanative Uses
tammoa with CtC=' A BSoa", rinse Inm trnaable emollient, cleansing,
withwarm water, purifying properties, de-
dr and apply a rived from CTICUacA, theo
light dressing of N great skin cure, warrant
Crnrirac purest those seof CLT-icRAS oAP,
of emollients, in the form of baths for
gently rubbed into annoying irritations, in-
the scalp. This t Alainmataions, and chafing,
simple, wfresh- for too free or offensive
ing, and ltexpen- perspiration, and also in the form oft n-
sive treatment ternalwashes and solutions for ulcerative
will soothe irri- weaknesses, and for many sanative anti-
tated and itching surfaces, stimulate the septic purposes which readily suggeSt
hair follicles, chlar the scalp and hair of themselves to women, and especially to
crusts, scales, and daudruff. supply the mothers. Thouseof CUTtcrA Ointment
roots with energy and nourshment and with CrTIC'RA SOAP will also bo of
tnaae e hair grow, when all else fails, advantage in the severer cases.
zCOAnp External and Internal Treatment of Every Humor.
CUTURA t CreA SOAr ee ne.ft.e the Artm CmrAOitMient (5 C., to 10
. .-. .s. ha--t @U .. d Ct-T Ks R UOa.L VT TWlm89T 251 Asi a eltamoetemitnt to Crvthewve rt humor wbeauellletal.. FutZlDawe
AsCram. CeMr.. plB.Bmts. -aw eV0 CureEvrrw Uumr."ti f

PUERTO RICAN TARIFF BILL. .-J-. C Or THI CONVENTION
The Republicam Prg-ra-n Ii to Vote f 'r j e'*. t.l lor the ludustrial


Dewn Every Amaendate=t.
Wasu awuow, Marcu >..-Ine Re-
poblica ocncus committee of the sen-
ate has autoortz-d Serna: r Foraker in
definite term .&. ,.rcp -.- :-,-i separation
of the tar:i :eatcr-' :r-::t th Puerto
Rtcan governmiueu b.i. a i to attempt
so pass tie uocse tar.:f bii without
amend me t
The pro,.r-!A is t-1 v- e down all
aeedments. it p );L',e t.i d si, ana
pas the bat as it came iroam tae house
without any changes whatever.
Lyact'ng Is Probtah!e.
RICHMuio.NI. Maz'ta .;3. 'he negro.
who. with a wb.:e mtuu, ke.ie Juntice
amuders andd Mr Wetnc u in Greens.
Tlle county. bhas been captured at
Stmner creek. Sussex. A posse from
Imporna has gone after him. Citizens
at Greensvilie are gathering and a
lyacbing is imi t"- -t
" ^ .*O ---"'oc.""
This wc:d i- i: ,-'it.ni.t Tuse in
Sortha:.l,* :-'i...-. I:n : :!;n It has
two mfliunit.u-. ina m-,!iig "to throw.:"
e. g.. "I'll so .k a st.n:.i :it vyoj. A fa-
vorite div.e-r-ion a::. i.;g byf is "s.ck-
l":'" mirds T ,r'y pIim ,,cl aIn,:ig th.m
Ledges. t o'e 1 y a. i:in!-r ',o inl ach s ;l'.
all armnied t.:h ST :i <. w; !: v1:. h.i they
unmi ercifully i'':. ; "'.." ;." iany iorr
l,;rd tl:a'y co::: w ",.: <. Ti ...- t:.r Ine':mi-
ija Of tlhe w-orl i< -: tt aor to cloiuit;"
.,. g., "'gll fet !. u 3a '< c/ tLe ear-
bole.".
I havo k: i--.ii i n t." ; : t ;,!- ",,nnp/'-
tion all lily life,. :111l It i- .,iin'ti:iles.
now used I..'r'. I'll .' k liii." '"Ill
give bhit lia11- *, .'" "'lVh g..t a gooad
cklng" 'a<' a-. i;m:i:utit fmiii- A. for-
itndable fimhtmer i- 'tai,,d ";ia I'tiilsock-
r.'" >k" Is ,wlwnslllllell Vl :l s 'ak-
Ing of "llhrashinz-'" i\-n :tail t:ake-n.
"To give ont ., ks," iI.:-oinilng "to
giTe one a gia i! lI:n tii .'" 1s i: ,a-,oti nii
use In a:i-t \:;l .:i A:.l s, i- "pull
;pj yoeur SOkL-i" f" ."'t ,"l. a.l-te" aud
.*t to war!i."
A tt,lne' :: T:' li< 'l of a <-,' ;r sto, k-
ing i a we' !l i. no:i i v '. i : i'i(' l .fe prm.-
server or ta!k;r.--N ;': ;,mi l Regard I'or the F-'o In Jnpan.
All over .a;ia:ii .n,,: v ;!I1 '11. in ?ages of
f,':e---oll f,.'. v. ith ihlieir nes,;s ihliip-
lied aund1 tlir ea- :-oi:,; of; oldhr
foxes st:il. wvtl, ;a ;:m\ilih of iioss on
their lba-ks: -ly. ail:; fr'.o.s. \v.:a noses
petrkeld -;:1:;tly ina te'.1 :i:r: r:,-:at foxePZ
and litl f .\<-. q-::,.*' :iu el < !,wns. all
kinds awl m'r. ... <. -.\ :4. I ., rev.-
hleia t' of : :l ,, !'. ; 'i t' i ':I l f tl,,

:: l;:T .,\ i. !. i i t i
i'r o : . : I ; t .
fo r. .l,, . ..' i -
a-,.rrI ---: tf t ; ,.23 .." .' : :',l
l:,,vr-*T I 1 .. *, -; ,. < f
w thij t we fto ;.' L th,' T ;,


wat't t t .

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your r,: '. : .... .

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I.nrLy Iflem ation.
'I ne 'tv r v\ ^ t. :l'a I l'er t:i;. i,;'.;,pdi-
ae t In M Y11 s,', i l;;t 1 n-." ;il t
maU from D(1arl'tiiq !. 'AN!.i was in to see
the town.
-When was tlhnt''"
F'e-fe-fellow ski "1 rie h-h-how
much I would take for a:-:i hirso. naid
WhIle I-I-I was t-trvin tao tell him
selxty dollars. he offered inle a hun-
41ed."-Woman't Journail.
A rm na -med E Pres-on. of Pre,--
oonville. Kans.. wrote a ,ltter th-
Other day. a;yVinr the opinion of
i-vprA bodyiv in hi- tow:. whi 4ta n-ed
Foley's Honey and Jlar i. that it Is
the very bert n'edicine for 1-* irippe.
roldi, c 'ugh, etc. \W. A. D'Alemn-


11),s----.V i- otaf Soe, tb.
('IUAQEt..Marc~h 23.-In an ed-
*t A diacnssing tue Sou:.hera Indus.
:tn*Whici m ee-s here in
V. .vJ:. Y-s--i savE:
S' at;-IAte ttUlers ")-'d.throu5-hout
c''n[ -- -c' u:rv- tha: th s is not to b,3
~~~~~1 e-x..* I3 k~ ;fitan~ioosga is

a. Ci ~r *!;i~~( .i-; tolmmty (fl men
v. I ua In .'e '-j 1ta% t-AC1Cc,t and
*.. iiltm:-: ~-~t s z. :1i;en1tion

I- :~~ t hr :t l r u; .. '11117.' 1
7 -1j:.c-r'n. aWIr
*.e


*~ ~ ~ ~~~a th 3 ~.,m i! 3i iinext
e-ting pFO .~ r r~'rai c-nIIearing
1E.L w. fr'E atiiv contest and
It."IS c.:v Wnn. Katiit gre to B~rming-

:) trs'ubthrti cztv. Cna tianos-ga %vnoald
br~ve her~cred no iniaiev-sbow;ag no
''c~ctcnto slDk ila her tents"


FORT Xv:y Ga March ::3.-The
-Negro lartiotri-.l CO ',:Pe at thlisplacO
is making extena~ve ir'r )eietitq. The
work nhas alredy Li-ku-iadi a~~c
manily prc.-re%4iuf,. A.6onz 0,40o will
be put in thm pm.: o-eml now Luildincs
arid eqnipfl5nin. -S :i.e jgi-'d coutribu-
tioni irom n niinit. -,n ?17':uds to the
Pc'nc~rl ar-i corning~ iu m~ b- aided to the
(t50On g-.itfrom tuo ?e~ins-vlvania lady
r--,centiy and Ii me rot?(cti fJthe Col.
ic-We unater toe cffic--enr management of
Pr j:e-'eor J. C. D.Lv,dsou ware never soi


ti~. iti. aan .-:I* I fq'or



1 f

i A r i t.'

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rpte.lng For''1mn~
a; I: iac-k thi tugs in
si-the tvum:li-iii Who
1,' ; ,v tit mv'. 'vin i will have


-an- It is Stia:zn. u 'i've


v.i -I v 4'- 01 ti. t i x y I lt

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-. .-i i~ 1 i ti thIl- ..tairm- is
eiI *' ivpot e. Poir d riigq mean a
-u w I* u'" IINCt I be-I. !.Pt

alt- ui'hil~e. 'X T-. (Gree.n &C(o..


The School Children's Parade Is Re-
viewed by Him.
MAcos, Marcu 23 -Despite the fact
of a drizzling rain. Admiral Dewey and
party rervewed the thousands of school
children of this ctv., who were stretched
in a long line of half a mile in extent.
Tne Gordon caiects of Barnesrille. (La.,
1.0 strong, formed his e-cort. The ad-
miral was in full uniform, and by his
rtsponte to cheers attested his appreoi-
ation. He has entirelT recovered troni
his illness and enters into the spirit of
the occaason readily.
A great reception was given him to-
night at the Cherokee club. where he
a tcanves of t&e city's social lle.
Daring the afternoon an exhibition
drill was given by the cadets which was
witnessed by the admiral.

CONSPIRATORS SENTENCED.
Tyson Gets FJ- Years and 81,000
SFiae fr ith Costs.
SAVAN.NAH. March 3S.-The confessed
conspirators who pleaded guilty in the
United States court, have been sen-
tenced as follows: Daniel A. Tyson,
five years in the state prison at Nash-
ville and pay a fine of $1.000 and oosts
of prosecution; W. E. Huteninon, Mor.
ris W. Hutchinson and J. H. Hatchin.-
son. 16 months each in state prison at
Nashvide. and a fine of $100 each; J. S.
Wbeeler. Jr.. 12 months in Chatham
county jail and $1u0 flue; H. B. Watts,
C. J. Philips and J. T. H:tuimond. six
months lan jail and $100 flue; J. M. Har-
4.41 iani t T d. T_ ilR j *-nni n n s S in


#Iaii ana $l(tl fine each.

At fn Nvom81 115 s L f'in:! :Tr thp ot!,Pr
diti (:v ,f*tt!.i-fair -11o'~ t.;id h

ca'hal : tflm'h-lafck cat ill EwizhiiiiaI
A T (If Ci1 t.tez i:iU'shadl bean
ii >~!: xi.but they al! hand to give it
11tp.


TI..' ri'i'le maker smiled sweetly as
s!!: tu::iup.ed her partner's ace In true
tr:ilit ;'nt l stylo.
"'':,n't guess? Why. 'kitty. kitt*y'-
j:t !.. ;iii<- as anywhere ls."--New"
York M:i:l :nal Elxpress.
Food Plants.
A w mndrful reserve fund for the hbu-
n.ln aippItitrte is to lie folunl in the vez-
t:iil' dieNit *if the Kl:i:ntath Inulians. A
I\'al va:'i:'ty aof food. fitrminig a menu
unLl:.ormv.; to the clvilizdl. is offered in
thl in lp of the great yellow water lily.
a::-'h is converted into a farinaceous
f,.il; in the weed known as goosefoot.
wh'!ih' bears a black seed that is ground
up for loaves and cakes, and in the ar-
rowhead, which in the fall develops a
starchy white tuber at the end of the
roots.


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Fuel Gas




Alphabet!

a$-- A


A


B
C


D

E

F

G

H

I

J

K

L

M

N

0

P

Q

R
S


T

U



W

x

Y

z


wa. an ANCIENT wh.,, u-ed
to burn wood.
is for BILLS that he upaid
when he could.
was the COAL that hP after-
wards bought.
is the DIRT and DUST that it
brought.
is the EVIL these things
brought to pass. A
was his FOLLY in not u-ing
gas.
is the GAS George used in his
.toVe.
is the HEIGHT of joy gas
brought to his home.
is thl INDIAN ; ihe doesn't
use GAS.
cannot u-e it, for J 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. &a
is for NOW, the bfst time fort
a change.
is the OFFER the ConpaiFinya
makes.
is the PROFIT, dcn't make- ;.
Iniitake.
i- for QU'ESTION; no itUi'-
tion at all'
i- the RANGEI yu should
buy before Fall.
is the SAVING y<'J .i:ale. if

i- the TIME and TROUBLE
'itvid. taoo.
i tile UINION ,f Cominfort
and thrift.
is VEXATION, now cut it
adrift.
i. WISDOM in having in
ehah.ge
plus Three Dollars to buy a
Gas Range.
is for YOU, please observe as
you pass.
is our ZEAL to supply you
with GAS.


SAS RANGES $13. CouectC Free.


_Pnsacoa Gas Co.,


The New, Y r-k man w!m u d-r: ,.0(O
h! ,:-h,.e a ,!< f \ i: ,y i in if.:: -. of 77i

a* v i : e .* '
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S.'it.:i N -V Y..:k 'r. s.

o...*** f"ri r, i uillsi a,'c.is, n:i kas in tl:I
n>\w-pa>0 rs i r te tasnchsets



: :nip.anii'n r.':a-IIr,. providi g that no
uman with a paint sth] mlii heln '

destr.ction. ut the rit .iI armiy is to le.;
supplied, with aIn An:riaSin aipparatus th.r
sterithina water an l an Aieriecan styld-
of ventilated hospital tent usId by the
United States arnuy medical department.
Our inventors cure as well as kilL-Kan-
sas City Star.

A (CALL
For DInmocratic Primaries and Con-
vention.


le-,lv''.d. That a coliVn-ltion of th,- Imnm-
ocratic party of EKcanihia county %.slhll Ile
htidI t m o'rvaiton at "2-o'clocA nm,)nl on tiLe
4lth (lay of A.pril. !' '. foi the! puri o-Pe of
s.-lectinLi t e t%'iv 12, i..r- ,to to represent
K-caiI tII, ltiunt t Ihy t[ l Ih" ,litrII : it'- iiver-
ti( to i'tio!init!'- ia i;>ilidatm( fr t'ongrm- .
and for tIe iLturpose of --'.t-ctzig tw v .- i!.
per-l.oisi to repr--eat if.c:tinbia coinlity at
the itat,. t'onv.,ition at such thiu- and
place aP- ilaty bie Ii\-ld by thi. Ftate niid Conll-
Wgr.l-oiina Lt'nmi'ocratuic liiinliltee-an d for
th.' purpose of sehlectlin at County Execu-
tiv%', ( t iiiiittee tolio idtl until their 'ucc'.-
so r- - a l: Il ,.l ,c to i n Ili 1 ,.
llhe pim'lctii at-art, and l -hall he (nt:tl.td to
the fotllo.i 'i iiprt- l.tati lT at 'aid ( luii.-
tyCoanveliitIon:
No. 1. Nix'- I
No. Kupfr ....
No. .. Mi.lvi ,'w t
No. F'rly Pai- .
No. ., ii urr 's
No. ,. Po welton. I;
No. 7, Fine Huarren
No. .'r. Crltree
No. ", Bluff Stprin.-i
No. I,. Ward & A aollai..I'-
No. lI, W alnut Hif l ....
No. 12. P.n-'aeo!at .
%'(. .13. P-u-aci( I' -
No. 14, '.n-a ia ....
NO. 15. 1. i'sllli'molit |.
No. 1,;. Pineviilm. 1
No,. 17. Bro- t'- i
No. 1'.. Mcliavd 1
No,. 1H'. Molino ... 1
No 'im. F'lcinaton I
For th' purDo- of elect ing deleLautes from
the several precincts as above s-,t forth and
for thle purpose of nominating two canat-
dates for tlE- Hou-e of Representative', for
the purpo-,' of nomiinatingi a candildate for
hleriffT. ait candidate for Clerk of (Circuint
Court. a ca;n:date for Tax Collector, it can-
didate for Tax Acsessor, a candidate for
Trt.atur-r. a candidate for County Judge. a
catdidat, for atuverintendent of Public In-
ltruction, a caindJdate for County Surveyor.
a cardidate for tClerk of Criminal Court. a
candidate for Justice of Pe'ace and a Con-
stable for second District. a candidate for
.lusticeof Peace for Fifth District. can-
didat rs for three members of County Tehool
Board., a primary election of the Demo-
cratic voters of lhcamlila county shall be
holden between the hours of :;4,:a. m. and
l:41)p. m. on Tuesday. the litii day of April.
Il'. ,, an for the purpo-e of conductin.-' 'an:
election the folowintgl Inspectoi s and clerk*-
of election are ht-reby .ie.eted andl ap-
pointedl:
Precinct No. 1-Chas. Andrew s, N-il (;ag..
\V. D. Bell. ilnspectors; Archie Bentou.
cl,.rtk.
Pr'cincit No. 2-A-hI ravey. LouiDl)anils,
Jaini. t'rau\y. inspectors; T. .1. carrot,
clI rk.
l're-, .n-t No.:;-F,-ank un-,.z. I). P. W il-
]la'ii-. J i' n Fell. I;t.'- ctoi- ; E. Dougla-.
cl.-rk.
P I' i,:c.'t No. 4-W It. I. ui g'a.. W 1.. No.
i ,-. 4 1'. (ol.zl-zeI llz. -pi-ctor : W .A.. A lp.
Vin. ct-rk.
I':, .ict No. 5-Gt-o. H. Davi,. John fry-v
nIt. A. J. I;ll-t-e, inlisJ-ctor.s; Iouls F ratt,-r.
el{-rk.
I'iselinct No ;--(;eo. \. Quinn. W... M,.
Si', W itn. fender-oil. Ii-p,-ctor-;: t. :.Jn1-
nI i:- cl,.rk.
fl.- itt No.7-B. A. I.l(l. W. E. Turk, r.
.]. 1 l.lut-,rkin. insiictor-; W W sw.-t-
II t :. clIrk.
|'r,., 'lnc; >o. *,-A.T. Fillincinm. H. I'. P How-
nll., H. .-. Craitrae, inrpa.ctor-., Taylor
Prt-cilctlc No. :-I-. L. .Srowdmlr. A..I. Co.w-
art. 4 W Tiyli)r. iin.Jt cors; .1. 1. Br\;ti-,
li-i. lict NNo. i1-C. J. WVard. .,.!in ('olI.-
mnitin. 1-'. l tuvh in-pect.r!; ks. HIt. k;ryatr.
clerk.
Pr.,-cnct No. 1 l-I. .J. PLee, .Lev MItm;)-.
('lit-iiioni Hall. in paIctors; J. i. ..-waird
Pr -Ciuc'. No ;-m-W. V. Lo--, 1. P'. I.--..
W ill I hilly. In ipector'..' J Rohb-rts. c,-lrk.
l'ro- 'K: t N',. l. --A. A K'l -r I.. W. if. i. 31clavid. iinpectur-.; F. .Maura.
cl-rk.
lrti.-inct No. 4- 4nthony HIti-r, A. S. (li-
vr-. I.. W. Williams. inspectorB;'*Joiih A
Meri itt. cl-i k.
'Pr-ciinct N:j. 17--jam>- Wilkins, Geo. I.
I allnaurk. '. 1M. C(i-' to l iip.-ctors: .. T.
Wiuntini. cle-rk.
Pr. i.n!ct No. :'- W I. thllh!rl. I.;k,.
Fl(wor- .r.. B. I'. W 1lliiaIll iS i-I r,- or,: .1.
IB. iH u)birdi. '.rk.
Frr-tiiit No. ,7-.. I;. <'iopt n, W W .
Ku-Ilea:t. (u'orgi Hoyt. In, j m't-i ; \' ::' .
ntff.irt y, clerk.
l'r+e-in-t No. 1-L. i Hro-wton. ).F. Mi-
Dlav:d M. (, bl.g,.tt. iInspIcitor: J. E.
b 'winan. cl-i k.
I'rf-cin--:t > i'--.I. H. iriinlar, W A. Mil-
1.-r. A..J. Fl:;iln iill. iusp,.'-tlor ; F.. W. w uMi.
clerk.
Pl-rrkci.- t Nm. ",.--W H. Mave. WVin. M%--
'utli-..on. \VWir. M. McCurdy., ;i-p',-to. -.
N. I -wn i'.ci, i k.
1 1. V'. It; I! h r .t h*>'! Srr: : ?,'t ;:iH litI-+ "t

Nil. -n- !a ;'t t [ rk.
No. .;.-- r tor.-.
N o. I.- (I*! I i: l ,I i ';. .
N ., : --, ,k .-.
N ,7.--i : f .I:rk. t.
..,. m4.--a I -t i x : ::: Ii' '- "(':,t')t r, .-
No. H iil l..
N ,in .... -- ,.ar,'- %M .
N o. i.-- cth,,, l 'L,, -, \\>i!iUt li ll.
N ,,. I .'-- ,. In t dI.. I ;. ;s a:d A 1 A ', ,z
NoI. l. --Nortl..ra t cor;,,r nl''a7i,\ .
jari.in.
No. 1 r --Irn r l ma.' n t : 1 n Pitf .x.


I t-uch pr - half ot ar ow.
!le del.late *-: l.h' t**ia' d l Ir uvll, pr, c. "
o. 'il i 1 i St.t. of th' \ -lctl .
Na -t-!Srth n t v!pteion .?r mi lol-.
ANl. whi.--te li raicra)! lai|lly N ,.. "'.*--.%|<>l::,,> !<-l!0,l tlt -t'.f
N'o. l .e -ue";r thatilof. nthel lglatu ]1o1i..

Imtained in chapter. r 4m. who havv e pallor.
ethr poll taxe s' fi r the years o l' and r-l.
Itt ini tltin il- of-t ratd op triai election anlct
Aid whovet i bna llerlb etitgally qalnd arto

rrdlaily iunvitedl to participate in said pri-
rary electim.n, anld sald primary election E
shall h* bheld in all ways under th.- ru]-s
and regulations a, set forth in said cbapim-r
t. and this coninlttee :iali melt at tne
lmc of the county judve In the city of *
Penaacola. at o'clock p. m..on the lthi dlay
of April, lIt.i. at which time and pla e they
Mill receive returns. caniass the same
su announce the result of iaid prImary
e4etion. and the inspectors atove named c
will have then and there the returns of said
*lt't {>n.
The ballots to h0 used shall be printed on
pl)in hrbit paper, and shall have no dis-
anguahing mark-.
C. B. PAi-KChII.T.
DAN .1 r'R PB '. C'iairna:.


for Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Alw.:ys Boutiht h:n- bhtr-, q.-
ture of Chas. I!. Fl.trhrr, and Ihas bp<-, rt r '
personal supcrvi:i;<.:i for over 3:') yeari-. Allow, .
to deceive yv;u in th;i. Cotnterfeit.*, lr.:t.ti ,..
*,Just-as-gI health of Childretn-Experience against r.ximwrii, ,n:.

The Kind You Have Always Boul
Bears the Signature of






In Use For Over 30 Years.
THE CCNTAUN CO NW. 7t U --*MAV STCE nWNe CT-OWN'"




Chas, H1. Turner.


.*.ARCHITECT -:


---AN)D


General Contractor


aind (.- I- :ti:;'.

A Complete Plumbing Department undei h
Management of E. B. Morey.
.*'Arrtitii' De-viicn. E-ttinmate-. Pla;n- and Specifi, '"
ing of All Kinds, Prepared ou Short N.,:ice.
XWrA Lairze and Carefully S.-Icted Stock of Fin.,- M
Tiling of All Kinds, Bath Tubl Clo-etantld Hofii-ot ld A;.,, ,
Hit Wate-r a ind Gas Fixtures.


No. 19 S. Palafox St.


:: Telephone No. 34.5


Citizens National Bank

OF PENSACOLA.-


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


JOHN F. PFEIFFER
CASHi .:
R. Mf. BUSHNELL.
ASST. C.A.-' .


DiEPCTORS:
T. E. WELLED., WM. FISHER.
of E. E. 8aunders & Co.
K. J. WHITMIRE, JOHN F. PFEIFFER,
L. HILTON UREEN.


A General Banking Business Transarfld.


Vessel' Ac.ia, ls Inwle d on Favorabic Tepr-. -
Slian ih-t -Rt! Sold, COIr'COC L.
,.,-:,, t added To.

ACC2 UNTS SOLICITEP.





ThIe Star Laundry,


TH[ PJIE l 8 LFUSY OF ET FLORID


Mt.ac


Our Address
i- -'lways asked fir wl:#.:,i
le here is displayed on
SHIRT FRONTT. (o1i.
AND F"I-'.
It i- oiur h-.t reco)nllir-, i,.'.
are always reliabl- an l I :
nev-r fail to gi\ .. c mii 1.-t
tion.


ALL WORK C. 0. D.
^SpaOTC : I4. g7 E. GAUDY :
: "@o. 'J-. C1.'./.,-'. FORP. AND DELIVEIED F-Ri.
WAJf.lR INGRAHAM, Xanr,.:


ESTABLISHED 1863.


McKENZIE OERTING & CO.,

0 DXKALJIA 1W 0

Ship Chandlery and General Hardware,
06W AN) 00.5 .. PALAIOX STREET.

REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEBLINO'S O)N- "
GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUB8EL & SON'S PUMf'-
iyu, iriwqta hits. lilt, lutic Im ttriMnt, Oats, AiWWI, ii
OOMPASSE9. LOGS. M .
C. McKenzie Oerting (Colecting Ag'ent for Bar Pilot"' H-r, v
nation.



m m mm w.


RIX M. Roti"s-'*-, I


re


INTORR.I.-4 LFA!


Ul"Eilty Mtov









THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MARCH 24, 1900.


O1TIOL OFTHE HOUSE


Co.'rl.g Congressional Elections
Cause Anxiety.


\lX, t 'POLITI(Al HORIZON.


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SUBSBCRFIE


T. ii Cetit Per Week.


ona omee tr power In the land, and the
control of legislation to a gr-at extent,
for. while the houpe cannot compel. It
can thwart tloth the executive and sen-
at,. and it originates all revenue legis-
laotin aw'l appropriations ills. Then
all the' ofi<(-rs, thi. chairnianships of
'"- Iin :tte'-.;< and tlh <-onrSi'ell'nt Ipower
that tii .y ctive g:,o wilti h tl:' .sui-ccssful
pIarty. It is a st:ake- worth tiil:ting for.
Vh.'l*;. th- i pr,'sihi,':tial election wi! ;ilb-
s.)rt :' ;igr a.it int.ri st. ye't Itle' nin-t
in r.har f,- of theI -1,. oiire-.sioiI ail liii-
!el !a '::- W ill I 1 h: .vil!. :t a l;ll' leiO.valI
f,,r this : ;ahl Tlh .r i-. 1,sid, fln.
n, trI ol of t '.e l, ii '-. T:i' dele-ire to r, -
tu:'n thei' !ltnll \ itlh i;:; tli'hy hav '
1-* aso'- in.''.
ii h ,'m:; tli '.'n raliz.- :I! tlh.at thli
p):r'. '.: n*.y ,:;iMi !.. won :lirl thte hl Un-s,
ln t.. .A % n :l~'r ef lI I-tenuni, an districts
in a -tate' m itilt Ir. ]( It atil its ele .-or-
al '< t i ltl- t, -:ic:-- t'< :hua1 it't- y of 3 vhiich i Isviteo; in
the' I, lin itii. A.mt' I 1'i; V. IUNN.
Lone kobb.-r Hoide L'p Train.
ST. JOSEPH. Mo.. March 203.-A lone
robber wearing a false face, with a
back moustache painted on the raask,
held up the southbound Kanas City.
St. Joseph and Council Biuffs train 4
miles south of Hamburg at 1:30 o'clock
this morning. 'The robber went through
the sleeper and chair car. geteiug $2W(K
in cash and a gold watch. He pulled
the beilcord and wheu the train showed
down jour.Led off and escaped in the
darkness.
- ('apitl Stock Increr.ie d.
CHERAW. S. C.. March 23 -The Penn-
sylvania capitahlists who are to build
the Cheraw cotton mills have decided
to make the capital $200.u00 and are
now preparing to let the contracts and
rash matters so as to be ready for the
next cotton crop. An eligible site of
10 acres has been offered by the At-
lantic Coast Lane on the edge of town,
where their road crosses the new Sea-
board. ___
Wrecked by leo Floes.
ST. Jouzis. N. R. March 23.-Ice
floes in the Elpoits river have swept
'away the railway bridge, which cost
$100.000. The e press and mail trains
ou the way to this city have been un-
able to proceed. All hare returned to
Port Aux Bsque.
Charge d With L.repay.
COLUxMIA, S. C.. March 3.-The gov-
ernor bas received a certified copy of a
special presentment of the grand jury
of the county of Lancaster. which de-
mands the removal of Magistrate Cau-
then. because of implication in a larceny
of some cotton.
Has Fallea Through.
KsoxvIu.l., March 2&-An effort to
perfect a combination of wheelbarrow
manufacturers of the country into a
trust has failed on account of the re.
fu'ial of the Chattanooga Wheelbarrow
Manufacturing company ti enter the
deaL
,'r.anc,-Am rlt eu Tre.aty.
PArtI, Marchh 3.-At a cabinet coun-
cil l'elJ at the Liysee palace, the minis-
ter of foreign affairs. M Delcasse, an-
nounced te signature of the protocol
delaying toe ratification of she FrAnco-
American treaty until March 2,t. 1901.


Trial Set For April 3.
N'I:w YorsK. March 23'-Justice Far.
mituan ina the criminal court today set
the trial of Miss Olga Nethersole and
the o her parties deteudant in the
indictuiant returned yesterday by the
g:aud jt;ry for April b.
Sc-.b--.aru*a ('Uarl toem Rotate.
C-atItnsTOx, March 23. The en-
gineer cerps of the Seaboard Air Line
is now surviving the route into the city
to the teurmnat property of the Chat.-
nooga. Augusta and Charleston rail-
road.
DAILY MARKET REPORTS.

Nsw Yeat. Marct 23 oraw CUasa
January............... 7 99 .... .95
oretiruary..... ... 7.
M ar .................. 9 50
ApriL ............ ..... .4 .... 9.8
May .. ................ 943 ... 3V
July ............. 9.84 .... 9.8
August ............. ... .... 9 .1'
emuerno ......... ... 40 .. 41
lctober .. .. . .... .09
N.ov iu r ..... *** 7 .. 7.98
Notehsaber 4 98 .. 7. 105
SpAt cottLm clas-lo quiet middling up-
ladns t'. mniddling gulft s.
RAIN ANal PAOVISION'L
tc&HoCo. Marcb 23 orEMs C
WH .AT-MaT'C ... -
nWasT-Jauly ........ ....
WHiiA --september .... 0
iKOWN-hMirgh. .. -I.
# -XMa ... ..... 36-.f37 ....8
Loil.-Ju y --- 36
UATh-Ma roh... .........
UA --May.- l. u .... *-

jfUAMo-J uiy...............

-M ...rch ...... 6 6 20
LLAD-M-,........ ....6 20 ....6:
^L[ ^--- h ...... ... .
Itsi --c-M h 6 27 .. .6 82,
a-Ju... ....
NAVAL STORE i.
ayV&omAi March '!3.-tpirit. tur*m-
tine irra at 53 reeiptM ":Wa; slesal
exports 110. lRodin -te,.dIv, reteipt ;
.1,.- ;.A. ) xp .rts tM). Quoie A. B .,
i). *it.- E. $1 '*: F. t.t1.. G, St-l): H.
$1.- : 1. ton K. S2. M 1 .t- N. ..
windowelass $3.00- waterwhlte 3..*.>
\ L MitUt. -C ..-. March da:----trts
turpr utine t wti'n- ,iOIUn : 9: rv ei *ti.. 4.
ltrii sta.ley and unchaulnted rectiptsl 78.
Crie t tirpentiit. itteadv and unt-hatlnted.
receiptsl 1i Tar frm at $1.20. receipts 1;0


SmoKe DuAHAeKv U1-
gars at D'Alemberte's.
Ha1ndsom-e pictures, bric-
a-bra etc., in endless ar-
ray at rock bottom prices at
.flarsfon Finch's.


ISerious


Ills of


The do rffaemQrsts of
the feasafe ormtaie that
hbred aiW klsds of trouble
and whkfh ordfinry prao-
tice does nct cure, are the
very things that give way
promptly to LyuiaE Pink-
ham's Vegetable Corn-
pound.
( trine and ovarian
ra.i'bfes, kadrfiey t. oubles,
uloorafions, tumors, un-
usual discharges, back-
achas s i painful periods
t-hese are the lls that
hang en and wreck health
and happiness and dtis-
posLydia E. Pms Vble Compo

| Lydia E. Pirkham's Vcgctable Compound|


has a wonderful record
of asolhste cures of these
troubles a constant
series of successes for
thirty years. Thousands
of women vouch for this.
Their letters constantly
e hIn this paper.


A Piece of Pure luck.
i-(.coveery of tihO famous Trojan
in .1 4'alavt-rans county. 'al.. is curl-
on% .a au illustration of pure luck and
oliuolhless has lariltened inainy a dis--
,ouranged miner. In January., IS65,
Henry e) Bker., a ;Geran. and John L.
Trimmer. a Connectiut nman, two poor,
ragged. dis'mouraged mining proslpet-
ors. went into th. nie mountains of Cala-
v'ra county to cut oak w(old for fuel.
TheIy .Xpn:ted to Ilake something like
S1se or $40 e.ac.h per mtonthi during tlhe
wint.'r 1ly tht sale' of the wood. They
nialde their honm in in oldh alandoned
miner'rs c'ain. A heavy fall of snow
I:aIl cei\er*.d their ground to thl depth of
t \\ e l* .re' fee't.
I ne day lthe two ulin Ibuilt a great
lo itolire of Ioruish. Tht heat intmelted tihe
s lie-v nnd left an area of hot earth.
Beck<-r determined to inake an ovenu
out of the hit ground, andt, securing a
l;;hllllwh of de( r i;l:at. lhe' leg:an tlht
di :gin:. ,of a hhole in which to l :Ike
it. .\t the dh elith 1 of tvo feet lie
;1nl liupon a led of rock. lie had lheenl
;l it;l'spe.'ctor t<. I( lng tiO rei'ist the lteilup-
t-tiIi eiof xamining the rlt-'k. ;iInal. 1te-
ct,-di.lirlV. left e place 'inig the ii:a t in
th. 1li, l 1e I'e -oke1 off a Iplece of tLhe

!I';! 11. :after tihe veo ison 'wus tried
and r< :a-toti. lieh eX;i inedi tlie birot el
bit iif :-..k enre'fully ty thl. light of his
.m:iiti ated 'le. T", !his very great r.stoli-
-+iillfIIt, it pro\'ll to 1we what miners
(:!ll live rock. as-nying $0mt,'M to thi. ton.
l'or severi:l montith le.l'er and Tritm-
i::er kep-lt their groat lined a se 'tt. ina
their meantime gatlheringf inlfrmationll
cneocerniltng the dip angle andi length
anil l'retiidth of their new discotverel
ledge. V ithin a year from Its discov-
e:ry this mine had made Becker and
Trimmer rich.- Philadelphia Times.

iINGERIING LA GtIrlPtoo (COUGH
(G. Vache'. 157 Oiood St.. Chic:t-
go. say: "My wife had a very sp-
vere case of la grippe. and it l,-ft her
with a very had cough. She tried ia
bottle of Foley's Honey and Tar and
it gave immediate relief. A 50) cent
bottle cured her cough entirely.'
Price 2.oc. and 5oc. W. A. D'Alem-
berte.
EMP'IAOYMKNT OFFICE.


Ring up 382 or call at the ofelcu.
11 North Palafox street. when in
need of a carpenter. B. I)D. Hofltan,.
Business Agent of the C:rlp'enter's
and Joirners' Union. will furnish you
with the desired help on -hort no-
tice. n25tf


If you are ready to go to
house-keeping, let Marston
f Finish furnish your h ouse
for you. They will save you
money. 1our credit is good
with them.

Five Thousand Rolls
of Wall Paper in stock, all ef thela-i
t,-.t patternn, and more comiili'.
Prices from c to $1.75. pe-r roll, J. E.
Ros & Co., No. 11 N. Palafox,
Phone 3S2. 24f-tf


THE HEINE ACADEMY OF MUSIC,
No.14 North i'alafox street.
MISS EVELENE M. HEINE. Principal.
MISS IDA PIAGGIO. Assistant.
- el e m ,' tr \. e' aa;m ite l l'i-en ,. I e tc .
- tl*n. ; It.o '*.:ltr. It cahim nd I ..I. ..

Best PateLt Flour.
Our Bct -,PRd 1 Ioyal/
Patent is Ithe best f/'ur that
ian be produced by an(y
mill.
Forget .Me Aot is one of
fhe best Breakfast Food9 on
the market.
411 made by The 0. E.
Stanard .Mlill Co. and for
sale by 'ew Orleans Gro-
cery Co.


,IPS.
Phone 105.


M H'L HH,
Proprietor.


HOUSEHOLD HINTS.


A clothes wringer with cosg bearings
turns more easily than other kinds.
A lamp chimney should be as large in
diameter as the brackets will permit.
Varnish the soles of shoes before wear-
ing. It will add to their length of days.
Damp cornmeal is excellent to use on
sweeping day. It not only absorbs the
dust, but it freshens and brightens the
carpet.
Ited wine stains may be removed from
table linen with thick milk. Let it re-
main for several hours, then wash the
place in lukewarm water.

How's This!
We offer One Hundred Dollars re-
ward for any case of Catarrh that
cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
Cure.
F. J. CHENEY, & Co, Toledo. 0.
We, the undersaigned. have known
F. J. Cheney, for the last 15 years,
and believe him perfectly honorable
in all business transactions and
financially able to carry out any ob-
ligations made by their rfir.
WEST & TRUAX,
Wholesale Druggists,. Tol''e'd. .
WAI.DINo. KINNAN & MARVIN,
Whol'.ale Druggit.s, Toledo. (0.
Hall's Catarrah Cure i-s taken in-
ternally, acting dir'wetly upon the
blood and mucous surfaces of the
system. Price 76oc. per bottle. Sold
by all drunrgists. Testinnoniiial- free.
Hall's family ills a're the be-t.


Bate Tohe Kind You Hae Alwa Bought


FOR SALE,


Dr. Wilmer S. Hall,


DENTAL SURGEON,
Misomic Temple. Phone 364.



HEINBR BROS. Bg.,





Pal&afo Street,

Pensacola, Florida.



BARGAINS


-IN--


Real


Esta e.


$1 % icll iv lO acre-a of !ndil nurth
$1000 ot thecity and wost of tie.u;tling.
$23000 l w, buv s acr,, aeljoiningn c
wi ul e11 y four i e ol ai4 locke
$ W atlu It .o)fre( dieveln cI'en liou-.e
This property is in New ( ity.
$4"will butv 7'" ',e, htwten Hipi
$4 0Uu Bayou anti li.t:- Hkty*eo. This
property hli'it watt-'r front i tthe b the ; als(
on Biig Bayou an(i little Bayou.
l5r0 will buy one of th, best reel
v$5000 dir.. Uon W %,Pt Hill. situated
ton tre-t car lini': hubs l rouins aiid all nIlmd
IIrn cobveiilence-.


At a bargain,. 7 ; acr-1 ,:;4 un tin r' lemr wll hu- lot with t fronton
fetno ;and cultivation, thfv blanlce $6000 piaf.,x st. i, -. out; ,onf <.reg-
woeidllall(t. ) I of a inilP north of Cor- ory. This can t ifniiin'dlatly utll'zed fto
dova Park, with 4-roomi heots", barn bu.iiness purposes.
arid two stables. Police (tilm) For $700"wib" lo hit with-!vsft frontor,
further iinfornmation. apply to WV. R. caiz a' t'e-torant : fte e tont on .I.
eanniz alnd I1W.I ft front .-n Wrixtit. Thir
DoIe|la.-S on place, or J. E. Dubhluis- prope-rt. has nic- cottage' on it.and there 4-
soiln Bl'o., city. 13,nllin plenty of room to bulildadozen houses more
$8000 will "uyia handoiine ro'sile'ncte
$8000 oIi East (jreszo, y between Pala-
DURHAM Cigars are fox and Tarragona streets.
the finest 5 cent smoke $9000 wil h n '14 acre farm with
good hou*teand farm hlldiugts
Try them at D'Alem- ICleant property for truck fartning and
dairy purt)lsei. Thbi place is Just outhidt
berte's. the city limits.
$10 000wll buy a lot In tho businest8
W part of the city with 11i feet
front.
t. A. WATERScr, f...


BQtcher and Green Gr0ocer.C J E. Stillman Co.,


PHONE 172.
Fresh Tennessee and Native Meate,
Chickens and Country
Produce Daily.
Shop, near of Johnson & Son's Store,
INTENDENCIA STREET.


Acme Beer.

THE BEST BFER O(LD IN
PENSACO)A.

Dannheisser Bros.,

AGENTS.

A'so Sold by M. Pcrry ant im. Yates

The Jug Trade

Is Our Specialty.cz

Prompt Delivery and S-iti-factior.
Guaranteed.

Dannheisser Bros,

401 South Palafox St..
Phone No. 11ll. P. 0. Box 2l.
Railroad Exchange, Phone 26Sw.


East Side of Plaza.


Indigestion!

We challenge the world
to produce a remedy equal

to the Matchless Mineral

Water for the cure of In-

digestion, Dyspepsia and

allforms of Stomach, Bow-

el Troubles and Skin Dis-
eases. Guaranteed to cure

or money refunded. Cost

only 5 cents a day to use it.

One dollar bottle last twen-

ty days.

For sale by all druggists:

also I'. T. Green ('o. 37

S. Palafox Street.
OR ADDPF)RE


We. W. iLKINSON,

Greenville. Ala.
Temiimnitmql F'ro-m .tiJudge (rt-ton
; 'ake tr'-at p!e-a-ur.- i'. nc* rtfif);n ",, :!,
ts +Mih'l'Ul h W at,'r. "'fl' e.ettc'r'tIl i.: .'ral
oni l, zt iy "p-roinal ktiv.~-' tKi-ni
roni aI well t! ic- /rie -- .a;I of ir .-i\'e el.-.
*n tih -Xiq( t? onldi'n iI v. n-I' :i .c *',,'I. I
:a'.le' % e-n 11hi-' w lat-r t'-ed. '.itI w -ifn l
-ucec---. fir iy-vpe'pp.a i:aiken-t. i. '.. r.
*' yf- n f,r .fruptt dnn.-,- Mir.,- .r.l
,Ai.o-r (in man annd itinial. As. a r'-nte-v
for th-.o- truubles-. I rdo not b-li-v.- ;t-
-(|ual exlt'-. It a'1 icriy r'connmen'r.d .'t by
pbyseCi&on for a .una-r of Z7LL (,A>TO!V,
Judge of Probate Court, butler Coutrty,
Alabama.


FOREIGN' NOTES.

London imports 18,000,000 tons of coal
annually.
Monte Carlo is the one spot on the con-
tinent at present where everything is
d ne to please the English and make
them comfortable, as the Monte Carlo
people appreciate British patronage and
gold.
Exports from Belgium last year in-
er.ased $14.3.8.)000 over 18PN; imports
increased $2:.4*5S,000. This is almost
the only European country in which imi-
p.rts were larger in l 9 than in the year
preceding.
Nc(twithst.-iadinrg Russia's enormous ex-
p,-lditures in ceua-tructing the Tr 'nssi-
locrian railway ani fur the inenr.-,t- of
the ~iriny and navy the reIveint..s fir 12
yc.i-s rexct'- ()0J,Ktl0 ruelehs.

THE MOLINEUX VERDICT.

Mlinfux has money : thlerefore the law-
yers Lave LihoIe.-('hnit;ago IRecord.
Mloinltix's c'::- is one, instance where
a man's t'i:i!y c, nnectiojns failed to save
hiini freoina ;t t,:victioii ou tLe .charge of
uvirde'r.-Ilh t:oit Tribune.
.Mo.lin',:,ex li.s li:dl a fair trial ar.ong an
tll.p;'e'judli l l people T'J'h result is a
it 'o wur tly vinlicatiom i f the weight and
vrie1' of"f ci'-iaistantial t v6id..-nee under
miiend'in t:.,tiih is eof jndic-ial adni inistra-
t,,ni :"i i,'-aci ..--i'hiluadelphin: ItRecord.
.\ Iar,'l!ty .'i[tli;inux is r.g-aril>hl by
tmany lipersoiis in New York. lawyers as
well as asInyinc-, as a defe'ndaut who was
pr;tilH y :guilty fii' tie' hlit:i. leit whose guilt hlad not beell prove'!
so conclusively as to justify convicti,,tn of
ini:-dler in the thist degree.-Baltimiore
Sunu.


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C$pM CSTEM*S 'NL.UGNLS CASTOR IA
eaCHraica". Fmr Infants and Childen.

~ 2~'"!~U!Z~>7tThe Kind You Have Always Bought

Pest~U'. Te..~.ehI. Bears tfl5

%Is .1%swI-t we&:- stur W a4 T&a I


F.,ir Itl-pise i.t at ie
I ih t.::v a'lmi'ntince il.l-..f ;:. ",nln ,dt,
f)Ir l "{tl- 'be ItIlitllV I 'I f ';>-,tam I I'I l- lInt I 'I
the lor.i.I-ature-. ulejt t t, t II, lIrt'M Pcratit.
F ri Insm reIt...
%. 1 IMI l .,,LYg.

F',r tIheriff
I h.-rohy announce mytuys~lf a.a candidates
for Fhe-rtff ot li -carinblia County. aind re-
spoetllully utak the support of my friend*
mid voters oUl the- county. If elesteld I will
discharge the duties ofsaid office clearly,
fairly and Impartially.
W.H. Ht -Twiisno.
Faor Sheriff.
I hereby announce IviseIltfa' a candidate
for re-election to the ,,ffle of shertl'ofr A-
cambia county. 'Florida. and Solicit thesis-
frages and interest of all my friends.
lU,Bii E. .'iTll.

For Shrrifr.
I hereby announce myself a candidate for
Sheriff of i0cambia county at the enosilof
election. J.'. VANII'ELT.
For Clerk of lhe Cireair Court.
I hereby announce myself as a candidate
for re-election as clerk o( the circuit cowrs
of E.scambia county at the enuuing elaslto
and ask the support of the voter
A. M. MCMILLAN.
For Circuit Clerk
I announce mIv 'aniddaecy for ICierk of bthe
t'lret-it 'eourt of IE'aStiiihia ',euntv. s hje-egt
to) theilt' ition of tilt el r tlli ing I 0'W't-c atli
priilnarst". It. E I.. LIA' IIELL.
For Circuit Cl -rk.
ro the Vot-rt oE.f calilia s county:
I lh-rvby annmillht ve ilfiv t a-I Itcandidatt for
th olfl',*' of >l ik oef thi circuit court *)f
EKi'hniIlit contitv amiit will hbe pieal.td to
have tthe support of iii friend aind the
vo'e'r, te-n'rally. .I nIIN Ie. it. K A.
Ior lTx < (oll-ct.r.
I h-r hy announce< *mnyse'f as a canidisate
for re-el,'ctijn a-; Tax e'o'lector ofl E-cani-
lhi count. and ask the- support of my
friends and voters generally.
A. H. D'ALtK MKT?.
I,,ir Tax C'ollre T-It. tia,-y frindq ofJmidgeI V. H. Honifay
hitvin ohtained his coieistlet hereby an-
iienuce hiti a a tcondidate for Tax ('illetor
of Escaiubma county at the enlul inrlctl Osa.
MANY 'TSa
For Tax As ee-or.
I hl-re'ly announce mye'lf as a candiJla
for Taix Assesslior of K antistlit county., sub-
je'ti toi tle" iict.til Of the OInlioratcr prinsa-
ries. If elected I vxpe. t to ne-,t the appro-
bntion of thb tax payerm and will do my
duty in PvVry detail as I did when I h hl
the office before.
UKo. RKaeA.
For Tax Amecsesr.
The candidacy of William W. Richarrto Ie
hereby announced for re-s l.ctioon as tam -
aesor for Escambla county. subject to 6b1
a.Itioln of the democratic primaries.
F'or County Treatsurer.
I announce myself as a candidate for
the a i met oft county Treasurer. iilhp)est so
th- anctln of the demlloeratic primary, and
ask the support ett my friends.
W I L.IAm B. AN.ANLl. '.
Fur County Treasurer.
I hereby announce myself aa a candidate
for renontinatimon as tee.erer of t sto
county. *tuject toadecilsion at the enouiat
demenioatir primary ellomn. and reepefa -
fully soli'it the upporft t the voters of tMh
county. pledging myself for the future the
same ftatbfut performance of duty that 1
have e d-uvower' to lulufll during my pest
tenureof tbe offo*w. J. W. fRATrms.
WIoa Juls I eof the Pear.
I heretby announce my candidacy for re-
election to'thbomfflee of J ut ice of the rPatea
for the Meconstl llstracl. surije-t to the ac-
tion of thIt nonmlnating p Imart--.
Ilti Ki.t JePSBS.
Flor Jnatice of the P ace.
AtT he, uggelstionof r.umeroos fri,.le. I
her,-bjrannounco my candidacy for Juli.t-*
of the Peac. of titcond 'ilttrict. mubj).'t, s
the acliou of the noinirinttrIn primaric*
JA.tS H. LA.hIKl .

For chnol .!-uperint.tn alst.
I am a candidate for c',inty buptriitsor-
'Ir-nl tot public in irtrition. 'n uhjrt' to the
,leTim "'ratli primllari-. I re*p- fully *in-
lihit tlheit .iYratg-i if thE. .-ctloIlia iconU ty
vote s for tho' al ,.e- -hiar -la p ee .l'c
.lAWit'l M rAtr.
I"-.r Pchie I iaspe' liimle- e.,t
tol'i the Voter of i:-.rm, e li ti onrity .
I -..rel'v aiiilnine' m y-. I' ;a ',r. tlaft' f@,l
; p .riiT, r,. l, ir tl oif t'ts n l. I ll-tn il tri i., e Is
I.-e > nmaimt ce ou tt'y at'lI s-k the eelu ,; te ,f V .,y
t. rj I..

o- tr -up llmns'eilll- n I 'ublic. In-
"ri r. Ve* \" it t f '.-'-;li>tloi. (', ie'' I
:,-r h' .i'. :i e' ii. .''f it i .'t'. for r-
.. .i tc t e '.' "' c' ia.ty s.;eTr:nrc( n.
t ;it ,.f |r p n, ".* 0, 1,tlon a sl ill ti,,
iia *-c.el *,> hi:%'*i.' '. '.;::p sort of tiV ft:-n't
,r v *' i"" rI stI*'r .e 'iv et ti' t' rtc e '/t*-'r/ij-
"i Ttl, i an;r i'r. *..''cIOfl. N I; a ..,I
Ii or 51iniiI 'ioe4i) 5tiiril.
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niiit'.- ee]v '.ir r? 4-l P" te'r ei.'-ieIs,-r ,. K.-
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Th- f: i '-ri- ,f e i:..!.. 1 w :**:' rf' a .
.l 1W hll'. \1. ..r':re hi.o Cotie'nt.
.a.-' .'r+ Hi'iinn '.i' r f' t l' t '!-.s..'len r" f'r msm -
'eec of ii- E'e- riiu '.iunIty -chs.o> Kearm4
for the northern el-tr*net. *ub;*'Lct to the *
ion of the Kzaocratlv primari.


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Wait~ti BATED.
WutW to Mm ll kielsif USacs
leud Fraltp., Esichudiss, Sc.
iddru:s Box 142Z.

J. 1. Schn~hama a iarer- ausort-
minen of Solid St--rhng -- aw3fl


?ROMESIONAL OARDS.

Dr. MTa reellu5 Mc-Qrea ry.








DR. Wxi. C. DEwp.ERIxy.

OFFICZ-Hanaah Bros.' Dirug Sto-e.

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OIT~rq biji pro!,'!.sinwlrtet rvicoe...to t!:o citI-
Eeae~ia8 attention gl iven '0 the. tr.'irnt-ni
of Chron:,1i'i-a-eq arid *
andl.* u:( 4h lu:- ii.
'I I:irtv Y'Tt .w er eL!ce in tka..S- 'uth.
Ofic~ie' Hour-: at. in. to I" tit.. 2 !o 4 p. m.
Residence Phone No. 25.
Wttenf.irMopit Builelinw-lbewvrn3


Convention kCall.
The slxteertithannual nieeting of
the Woinsn'. ('Chruruti:,n Temperance
Union of Florid~a.,wii! ha hold Rh

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~e~..~a c-l.. K-.sm v '?Flors,
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1iNIGHTS 03F PYTEIZAS.
Peinc 15*4038 odge. No. 3. K ofr P.
Meets every Monday even.
ing at 7::11. at Cootie HalL,
litl Huthiltisn, hall. Uwo*
Vi-itanhg brethren cordially


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5 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MARCH .4, 1900


AFTER VITORIA-WHAT?
rreporrwec by a Uritubam" on
twiow was copied fivmr an old
ma.,& ide In the year 1844:
%,ril~thti@C of so ancient proverb-
ft,jI10wing prophet7 is Mid to haveO
1 -,..Ilverifd toy a British bszd In the
Wt ~tIDJ~ the Norman and Pre-
,j ponile ot the Monk aflDSluts
.1! 'ht DO gam than tbmS
direct goetevenon should ever
~.rceit over thene kiingdoaM Irtth-
klaOi~imt l~t~rrUiO.C0
i Willi-m the Warns.
* 1~~. Cillum 3
S afi7 the F~rut.
- ~ to as um 4ti~m ON Utepbm.
I NO &*aecwi.?
I a mad the rius.
11 Waad the Umeind.
,.. tb*th abdioStlosad MA d of
M hdwsd the Third-
3alabrd the binmd.
.0d by the depedm of tha ..mrcbj
i Hemtry the Fourtb.
a lknry the Mbt.
-em the bUAt
.' ithe ruaeloratof the baM~ of


i dword the Fourth.
z dward the fth
s' Wkbd tie Thfird.
.1ti the murpatioa ofI


BMWlgb


SI awy thwe bsrth .
SnawY there titata. A
i 4dwsard the Sith. u
I, .t.d by the eiectson of L Ja* ag Ou.
i2 E -lb.
* I Ejit In *
.6 * 01 of Caflld In ft
L imm e t Fiea .
Ch(at the Irut.
.-... by the dpedett ot tht t mer
-* *asmef et Oaotr br Oem a.
wm0i the ternl.
6 Jam s the e5ieoh. M



-'u lted by the, prlaamuTl appitmiene

gt iommtu ad a to l efl
6- Gueed t the Wait e a ca

w nu "sf e t

Wboi may<. God bbe' ButoWtb l
bhe the MOnt e the Thi-d.-




1* pub.lica tewoaper In tomdWo ad
IS Pu(lw at n Gr It
S 0t1 the ie Mlka (The Little One)
00..aMiN Jjust four octavo pags.t
hal thl t Im t Itd well Lenlyed




a emhOrinng e ddtlaon to Ba h htr
I be kepmt It UP ewutpaperl the thuworld-



h etno1s< when t belin a Grncttbus

pad opuatalatu and cee to plar aa.
ut the lritle sheet a ppef agatd
AoeDer the war and hche da etUim ap-
uter. started It 4a a srt Jke, 4buta






r that w t paid wIntervall evut.ed
gratifylng addition to his 0 weenes.



apst. wh editorial an, bet Ma -us



Swathe but ale sheet aprofo t. tn
Wftur the war and hase oallene ap-
p,.r at weekly nt ervals eefudn.


Small she's fo the its rea m of 2
pal-tila editorials and rc gen-
It d news, fut atlso profoe d mart ut
r culture ctnrl and gpIl. e as


T** as fwrqu-et poetca ll eR- ones

*tral lyric and po even ieto from
An atll this fur t4e trof atd of 2ad
Aactras, or about 40 *ee art.




It t mt ound taste the unmeatmlbute.

*t o Hiendberi does not one the
r1 litewl and no esW e l senate fro
to attack(. Its pur*t ofAki Mon san



bewodI garel stlar was remsntId tob
Wan by his t WiJ into lw recent-
T The contest a inthe boue makes
k D--ao" for the sipe er to use a
9 Sft safhmaJl weapon. Speaker
a d s a b"rge Ivory *ammer with
a stroas handle :ad poe aded so hard
Sat the top of the desk, was reduced
b ihera about. every -three months
d ad to be ced by an oaken
gak at least twiee arid sometimes
e timtues d4eft tUe essiion. The
10eo*d aw/, Whah %,was made by
caslel Reta re e1e friends from
*ud take, e at AdMiral Montljo's
Iehlp iU mft barber. bhangs toIn the
Otbr's easm med Is gently admired.


Isl--llb so f rltTthee.
Il twl e ue ot a adtwts on Wash-
ftu'. birthday Seunator Depew de-
d4 he v was the only m in r of the
etq %aho did t bq pe to be prsi-
w lhe New Yorkers bl tfor the
Sewatit alpareutly for.otte that Sen-
Mt MexMlSfn of MdIgdam. elfen ofa
uMtsmota. Juoea of Nevada. (slmagert
' 9'w Hamnpdlmhe, lew d Jer-
NY Uad Simon of (Orgo sam.whout
he of suc h boaor. all hartr been
Wtit albrad -McMilIa and GaRacer
hb Ciada. Nelaoa In N.rway. Aoe Ia
SSewe@l tn Irdand 0dBSimoo
1 ier .i y-.Chicago Chbrn


THE CENSOR. r-
At last It must be admitted taet the
Wiswcasin farmer who shot has so.
through both legs to prevent his going to
a dance was a fairly good marksman.-
(liicago News.
The actress who shot her stage masa-
gpr and is now going to star may have
iifieulty in getting assistance in ease she
seeui to be in need of more adrertise-
mneuts.-Washington Star.
The theory of Profesor Hart that food
adulteration is responsible for the present
degeneracy of the race would be more
interesting were the race degenerating.
But it isn't.-Boston Transcript.
The frequency with which British crit-
ics of British military operations in
South Africa refer to the successful tac-
ties of American generals in the civil
war attracts attention.-L'tica Prems.
The attention of the too friendly and
jovial is called to this fact: A man in
New York had his neck broken one day
last wti'k by an overfriendly man giving
hinm a slap on the back when on the
,treets.-Atchisn Globe.
A New Jersey paper reports that a ter-
rifying snakelike mouster with a scaly
body and four claws has been een in the
woiKd near Perryville, that state. Ever
ein, e the discovery of applejack such
things have been occasionally seen by
Jersyites.--Denver P'ost.
The people of central New York are
all torn up over the problem. elf a batik
borrow ms ouey at 4 per cent and lends it
at 5 per cent. what i, tbhe bank's piroit, 1
per cent (or '17 per cent?'" I'eopile who i
are getting weary tof the new century
di iug thib substitute.-Bloston Globe.
There x-erms to be a very grave mnenacee
to Great lititain in the fao't of the tI:mass-
inug f a large Russian arny on the frun-
tier of Afghanitstan. coupled with the an-
nounce'l cret tiilitary expedition authorized by the
e:ir t'o Ex'ttiiini' conditions prevailing ou
the road :-. li.lia.-St. Louis Itelplblhc.


POULTRY POINTERS.


Straw i better than hay in the nest
boxes.
To thrive well the hen must have some
bulky food.
The secret of feeding is to avoid getting
the hens too) fat.
One-ha!f the trouble with poultry
comes fr,,ti lack of hard, sharp grit.
It will be, hard to get a cross that will
lay at am e.rhter age than some of the
laire breeds.
It is a go0d plan in winter to empty
the drinking z esst.ls as soon aa the fowls
hinvet. atit-d their thirst.
ll.-- (ihat are kept constantly quiet
aud tlamree ill take letter mothers thau
ihe aild. ni.i'outrollable ones.
\-nI- .ln iii poultry is the basis of i
I-a uty. ,vig,'r unl prolitioness. It is more
-.'t-eital to poultir culture than anything
'1 : 1g4P,,. hens and a rooster will coii-
'it!,'e a '. & l:t.id lhre.tling lpen. He sure
thi:ai they arc the very be-st fowls on ithe
With fian y poultry, to mate properly,
,,nf 1,,i:'l Ie ull lto bo'rt a bal, amil
k j j -t v.lhat I mi:j s are '. lo t liable to
tac ;.a prize.--St. Loui;s It.public.


THE ROYAL BOX.


,- rilt:i if l.-inakat S.umat:'n) has
or erd .r n i n a ,', i' ;l.' I .ltuLitte iU P'aris.
The zar I .as presented a new acht to
I'raince (George of Greece. who saved hisi
life in Japan ,-,aue years ago.
Emnvperor W1illiam has interested him-
self irn a proJ.ct to give Berlin a W'aguer
theater, inua which the works of this mas-
ter awl other serious operas will be pre-
sented.
It is now nettled that the German em-
poEir and enipres%. will Jpay a visit to
IJtmie in the spring and that they will
take the oil,i)o-tunity, while in Italy, of
visiting thi queen of England at Btordig-
hera. v. lhre there is likely to be a large
family niee.tiag.
Aill-,,rs presenting copies of their
wiN.ks to Queen Victoria usually have
theam lusilurilosly bound, but according
to a comuinuication rec-ived by a Scot-
tish publisher fro'u Sir Arthur Bigge,
the q]utrnpl prefer, t receive Ismiks in the
tiundia ia wLichb they ate iputlished.

THE DIAMOND KING.
Cecil Ithodes was relieved. The relief
of Kimberley was an incident.-Detruit
Free P'ress.
Abrut the worst thing that has befallen
Eugland in the Transvaal war is the res-
cue of t'ecil Ihodes.-Topeka Journal.
In case there is a slump in the diamond
business Cecil Ithodes might hind em-
ployment in tihe mu..eums as the $10.000,-
iOAii prize beauty.--Washington Post-
If Ce-'il Rhodes didn't take General
French into that diamond ault and tell
him to dip in and help himself to a hand-
ful of carats, he is an ungrateful man.-
Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Cecil Ihodes took advantage of the re-
samption of travel from Kimnibbley south-
ward to depart for Cape Town. P. S.-
Cape Town is the farthest point In South
Africa from the seat of war.-Syracuse
Herald.


'Tpma. -ms Pleqkwiek.
A curious lucident was remarked in
one of the reports of casualties pub-
lished in England after one of the re-
cent battles. Close together In the list
of killed were the names of Captain
ITupman and Private Plckwick. The


S names of Dickens' characters are by
RAILWAY TIES., no means common, and t Is strange to
_--_ find them conjoined In such a place.
WS lrlia usnieroend raefwtMY C
mid D&d $l(M e4 ,m.oofd Coffee! Coffee!!
olh, ..i h in-at (We call the attention of
fm..I.imn of ailnay e. as the general public to the
66-i-berof dr .ne -1w dw fact that we har-e one of
the byeth t t1 the best quippedd Roasters
U F ..W.t .MI R6 R.o ...rai- in, the South, and that we
we Ayierstictsam 484 that.hs.-
S ati~a",bats becan furnish this delicious
% ti.t ,i n &ad nor" M bo o ----1#
too. la ,,4 e Wa e beVrr erac at prices that
.lal .. m .,_ defy competition. We also
T'), ,maclu of s8t. L.ma basep-- wish to remind you that our
wv"" r ediotat8 m tf aret .al~. O ffCi are always fresh'
%d. ,a eAn e.1ect from the Roaster. While
"1a.,, of ore can amo swa others areoldand have lost,
'.a%(T OW ". their troma, ours is fresh
vy.ou want something to heal and delicious.
rao, ae whbat w hys New Orleans Grocery Co.,
s.t heahlar oiltment in the .ASf. JM'HUGH.


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CARO


Now a Woman



HowRU., INr., Nov. X.
I will always praise Wine of Cardul It
n does me morm ood tha all theu medali-
lass I ave *er taken my ife. Pleas
sem4 a book about female odisesse to the
ladles whose ame* I s aselos.
Mrs. MINNIm STODOHILL


t isn't necessary for a woman to give particulars. When she says
she has "female troubles", other women know what that means. It
means days and nights of endless suffering. It means headaches which
no tongue can describe. It means that terrible bearing and dragging
down in the lower abdomen. It means agonizing backache, and shoulder
ache, and arm ache, and aches in the lower limbs. It means nerves on
edge -the blues- despondency and kiss of hope. It means debilitating
drains that the doctors call leucorrhea.. It means martyrdom- some-
times even death seems preferable. And still Wine of Cardui will utterly
put those diseases and pains to rout.
LAWIS' a AISlT MKPARTUtT. It h..s cured thousands of cases
ror ad vicamnsreqirftcrWsp.emtaI when ntllhing else on earth would.
ndrec-o, d"des. -s- To thi bidding woman, to the
a ctasmo., chattaaooss. Term. bri.e. to the wife, to the expectant
m-.ther, to) those going through
the Chmage of Life, this Vegetable Wine is a blessing.


ruggists Sell Large Bottles for $1.00.


WINg=


DUNN'S


HOTEL


ON EUROPEAM PLAN.


Restaurant Attached, Open Day and Night.
OYSTERS, FISH AND GAME OF ALL KINI)M IN MEASON.
Special Orders at Any Hour.
RATES:-From $1.00 to $1.60 per Day. i LODGING:
515 andt 519 8. South Palafox Street. ren waolv. il..i.rids 25 and 50c


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Foundry W IMachine Shops,
CENTRAL WHARF, COR. JEFFERSON AND PINE STE.ETS,


Telephone 346,


Pensacola, Fla.


PATTERNS, CASTINGS, LUMBER TRUCKS, SMALL (HII LLED
Car Wheels, Wood and Iron Pulleys, Hangor.i, Boxe-, Etc Ma* u
factored to Order in First-Class, Workmanlike Manner at Rea,,nu-
ble Hates.
Dealer in Machinery, Fittings and Supplies for
Stationary and Marine Application.


THE OYSTER SEASON.
The oyster in hisbl bed of ooze.
Waked with a start from his summer
snooze.
Openedth lisa h.bl. and sr.d, with a yawn:
- "I fear that our saaoon of safety In gone.
For my pleasant dreams were disturt-ed by
the jar
That It always caused by the letter R.
And I know by the keel of that hideous
sloop
That some of us shortly will be In the soup!"
And so they will. for the shlop was
filled with the finest and fattest.
This sloop was sent out by Nick
Apostle and these choice oysters are
now for sale. done or raw, ready to
chaw, at his restaurant. You can
get them by the plate, dozen, hun-
dred, barrel. dray load, wagon load
or car load. Owing to the rush of
business the servingof regular meals
will be discontinued after this week,
but special orders will be served at
any hour of the day or night.

on" the TMiKYMVU AM Bo


We will launder your eprends for
15 cents each and make them look
like new. Star Laundry.

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


-Importers and Dealers In-
Chinese and Japanese

*7Fancy Goods,-*
FINE CHINA TEAS.
No. 31 Mouth Palafex Sltrer,


Laundry Omfc


PrN8ACOLA. FI.A


GENERAL INSURANCE
-AND-


Real Estate Agents,

aPBMBWNT TWWTT-TWO OF Twi
LIKADNGo 7IM LIFr, MARIN K,
ACOIDEnT, FIDLIrrY, PLATE
SLAW AND 8TEAM DOILEB III-
UGR"NOC OOnMPAI. ". .
otKral AUill if tHIe t4italrf
Life sram ciety iof tke
ldM Int.
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LEWIS BEAR & CO., Wlolesale Bealers. Penmacola
I- IDEAL & SM-ITH,

IVIDAL &, SMITH,


Sole Agents for Celebrated YELLOW LABEL and
i*--other High-Grade Whiskies.i-o
PROPRIETORS OF THE OFFICE SALOON.
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OPN ER. First National Bank


Tuesday, March 20.

Iatinec iedsday, friday, Salurday,


OF PENSACOLA. FLA.


WM. H. KNOWLES, W A. BLOUNT. F. C. BRENT, W. K. HYER. JR
D. G. BKRENT,


Balltwi-Meliil s o Cri hFl Dol E:iZc G Bht ul
Walter S. Ba'dmin Mioager.


PRICES AS A .WAYS.
Matinep, 1) and2 2 ct n -.
Night, 10. 21 and 3o cents.


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ITHE


FAVORITE


Place For Pensacola
Buyers to Buy


Choice Family


GROCERIES


IS AT---
The Well-Known,
Up-to-Date Store


-OF--


E$TZ & CO.,

4-120-122-i
E. Government Street,
TELEPHONE 261.

JOHN McDAVID,
REAL ESTATE AID BROKERACE.
CITY PROPERTY, FARMING
AND TIMBER LANDS
FOR SALE.
IOMns Plc6l4 at 4suomM te lw.


01PWe draw our own Billa of Exchange on Great Britain, Irelandi
(germany, France. Austria, Italy, Ho!lanil, Spain, Belgium, Russia Nor
way, Sweden, Denmark and other European countries.
jL'Vessels Disbursed upon the Moss Favorable Terms, and tbhel
Obligations Taken Payable at Port of Destination Ten or Fifteen Days
Afttr Vessel Arrivea there.

WSafety Deposit Boxes for Rent in Conneetiem
with which we have a Private Apartment for the Use
%f Rantre-.o .


Cold Weather
Coming. Mend In ,,.
ori"-, atn hiIt it fill v iir bin bf,,r & t
iohl -iap[) arrives. W. will send you I
l*,,-t ciItyl .ou'a-aim prwoi,- forelther taking
for hb itil Itg riirpmos .aitht r-.aosonallen prices.

JDomps0or, OlseV 0 0o.,
Doo-sl.-ro in

Coal and Wood,
I fTs.c,- and waard: I. .. Corner ZarragoeaM
and Railroad Mtro-.t .


Telephone No. 147.


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PHONE 164. : : : : P. O. BOX 5T.
JUG k& FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED
rree Delivery to Any Part of She City.
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MARCH 24, 1900. 7


will tour through Asia Minor, VITAL STATISTIC. j Call fow State Convention.
rItOCAl NEWUS JIOTES Egypt. India, China, Japan, then Call for a State Democratic convention to
return home. Uecurd of RBrth. and Deaths Filed be held at Jacksonville, Fla.,Tuesday, J une
Pensacola Lodze No. 3 K. of P.. in T l The democratic party of the tate of Fior-
holds its regular meeting next Mon- the Week EndingSaturday. M. h. 2. ida will hold a stat conventionn atJack-on-
vile on Tue4day. June 19. at 12 noon, fur tbt
,oer t for I'ssew ad d aty day night. -Members are requested BIRTHS. following purposes:
t ,Sa ..dy fresh orth ,oiN/ds. to attend as the report of the Grand White-J. F. Campodonica and To choose deilegits t) represent the state
..,,,-wrtf'r .,aterd.. ;,;C deres: Lodge delegates will be heard. A wife, a son; Jasper Rand and. wif,. ion tdtKnant-nl demn.ocra.ie ofeVtntil):. to
.,.. _4 kor,. ;.; r-0 u,.falln ia.st very intere-ting time i anticipated. a daughter; D. Hale Wilson and in.tiuut caudiii te- f.or the toihs, of ti.-
.*** All knights are cordially invited to i wife. i daughter; Benj. S. Liddon e'rnr, one Justice of Ith iupr;iie 'court.
,. : ,; Don't forget. attend. and wife. a son; Alfred Olsen and eeou re tr o tTre t, asr t:er. tey- .peeral.at
hrh of Chrit rnr krn e, a daurht, r. Public Ieistrtc: ion. Conirv-'icinf-r of Agrl-
I.i, cost you 25cents March tu:h. Church of Christ. corner Jackson Colred-John Henry and wife, a culture.t road Comnisior for th
uand Alcaniz -Bible school every .rJn Hn ai wife, a t fure. a ryri'..ifour re ildentinl Electt-
l. lurnoy of Jolly Bay. Fla.. Lord's day, at i9:4 a. m.; preaching son; tlworth J on and wie, a ntors ftur aiti-riate-. to be vte for at
.- .MrcIhats. bv the pastor at 11 a. m. subject, daughter. the next regular sta-' election. and to
SrchluLts- Iythe pastor at 11 a. il.; subjoetl, DIATWF. `transait-t Pucrh 'otr busiue,-, as may come
'. K. Marr of London is a "The Unpardonable Sin." Praver DAT- before the coinveintlon.
.t thie Ecanmibia. meeting every Wednesday at 7:30 p.: White Thomas Heruandrz. 3 The iiTfereit counties inl the state will
In. Strangers are cordially invited months; Henning S. Andreassen. 65 fold iewlegt) to the con.teatio: upon the
A.S Catti of St. Paul ij regis- to our meetings. years, valvular heart disease; Ed- egcteo fr esie one ndr. d vetation: ce dfor
t t! Escuibia. lIward Bloomfield, s2 years. apo- thecanildate on tihe state n ecker who re-
Howard 8. Sterritt ha? been se- plexI cfived.the|tight-st nun b r of vottsatthe
no en-gagellent for March cured by the Ladies' Aid Society to ordnr-AaronJordan.e on ornth 1"te for ttio. ani one audc tionlf,
:.l further nlotlce ive one of his novel entertainment Jordan, nth, vite for th fractioni n exc s onth r
e ontie.tve oneofuhics novel entertainments, M h capillaryhbronchitis; Rosa Campbell, when It amounts to fifty or more.,. The
-i.:,ealk on the *ast side of at Clutter's Music Hall, March oth. 72 ears paralv. is* Willie Chri tie comimtte ha tl-.) allowed additional rep-
l r His polhonic imitations and shad- Willie Ci ', rntation where tbhe vote was incre-ast-d
bellg ooughy pre-owgrpolyhoni i, are omethin new and i-pneumonia; Lex Claiborne, pneu- at the election of is in any county fo,r
] uowgraphing,are somethingnew andi llnonia stateottlcers. Ihe counties under this rult
interesting alike to old and young. will be entitled to representation as fut-
Ituldwiu-Melville Co. willgive Tinsdell's moving pictures willclose low"Difficulties give wy to di ....
,$5 to-night at the opera house. the entertainment. Admission, 25 D ulties give way to dill- Alachua .. 14 Leon . .
.kt-ealv. cents gence," and disease germs and bMood Bradford ....... i Levy ....
Iket' alhumor disappear when Hood's Sar- Raker 2 Liberty i
I). tockman of New Orlean- Seven cases were on the police saparnlla is faithfully taken., carun .. Madison 7
.. i. Machenier of St. Louis are court docket this morning: E. C. i Citru. ..... 2 Marion ..
.f the Merchants. Fort. arrested as a suspicious char-' Beer in bottles and cases for fan cllay Monroe 4
-r-. J. F. Riley of Birminghamn acter, was discharged. 0. W. Kel- ily use at Eugene Arbona's. lae 4 Orange I'
A.4 0. Liadon of MSelma are svy, under two charges of disorderly Dot, ... Osceoia .
Stie- Alatatiiualmis topping at conduct, was fined $32.50, Walker We may live without loiv, we iy uvae l 2 PFaco 4
-, .abila. Nelson. as-ault. was assej-ed $., itoI nz n c not live with" t I':rak.,l o. Johnslk
Bu t c 'lilitt'J Ib%, l hze h 1 tei Cannot'live i lik hl n "2 St. Johns
SLewis Roach and Andrew Brozette., rookb. Uid- iev 7 Putnami ..
.'.. the- new guests of the Es- I diorderly conduct, were each fired n-Owen Merediith. Hemmllliinn 4 Saunta to-a .5
.a eilstevred til. minorning are $7 50, and Willie Sheehan, same And our cookz cannot cook with- I'itiil' Iw Suwa nere
--- 4 I. I.etze ol Atlanta and charge, was fined $2o. out thte lmaterial- nleces-ary to coni- Hoim. .; taylor "'
S*liv Ini this ic se appears a vervy inter- slilute i al. Those llaterial.. i .illt. Te o'.f' ii Wakuila .->
-Ilac'k Hayv of Warren & Co c(-tin didpl)ay advertiseinpnt giiving order to produce goi.t whb,.ton lJ. Laayet teW : Wasiutn
-atefd for til, batikls to-day. a :d a few facts and figures about the fod. lllt beofthe b.st (quallt. 'lo t.k- 7 Wal*nton ;
-,imcAks Harclay and iHatdi tg !Mutual Life In urance Co.. of New procure them of the de-ired q(ual; x 3 IAP' w select their e 'in
.. nit ready to go out. York. of which W. G6. Chipley is wwenlut go to the- riglt la(.e Iir ah en t'. n. e'r wh%,ich nimy betilrd bt.
Sr ,. Eent in this territory. It i-a shown theill. Th ri.ht hil, l a S v.'vy >,v tI- ..-.,p no-it tiir ugh the party 1-
I naversali-t churchE E t hold f f fanuliar with th, utjct wll" tw-ll g n:,:alio as recogiLzed byi thl" Itt star.,
I-. t' t.. services Su dav, 11 II tliat th-l< comp iny hold ftl ind for i J:(,,v'- ~,V''itiii All de.nocras.;t air invited to
\ .-.ed ,,f L,~.ie d.9 I. n tii- piylnPlt 4f mpoliciPn, aIountin lg i. Il J,' ttrti''ipaist i> II- election of (lvig.'at-s
I at.v of Jud gnli eot.'' lfe.'. t.,, ; t a f t,, l t,, g torhos wh$ ha.tv t,.'or I
.t,.. r. t,.i-o ., thanl t 'citn i i ed i capital ,,f the. four f,,,, e-,t ,, d .lel.. r.itt hanks oi ti'e w rld. 1, t%' --ti't i.4Ci li'I.i for tlie- P' urti c*' of i.'r'-
J W -'rat,-r. thn ir-
.1 tn aer,' the tl'.t.uTm,. i T ,.-r"wi will he divine service at thel, miight putt n ait wha-ie lb:hrriw. W\ a' ,i'-;.i..t"i iI niid to H10un. w A HtaIs.
I tllt el at ; ce t l r it r-t liaptit church to-llorr.w at 11 hIe l .',t tstlt -.:e.tely lI t-ei '.l iii. Ta. lI h --t'e. .i.. e.i solt- 1
-. ti irattcents far i i.I't p t l .- i' I proci('e ii,, tll.., ,f c i.i
,, Ilaidriad stock. .I*' Ili. and 7::',1 p. t1 i. Preachit.g by without vi- t that i w eiftil county. .o;vri,tim n. to .th. r i:h ha i- ,tor
*. ,ti i.l iril W tli ,o d d. ?!- pl'-tOr. e-v. IF. .IF'- : S iun pday place., where li- keeps eno'igh o, the' .-liia-'tf l iia.- cj':uty exe.-u'tiV. tcI- o iii t-
-c' 111l :At : a: n a i,.. E. II. Beggs. u- everythlinttg ,)od to eat to virtual a .',i"t ; cit. vnt Of.' l!I iAtt',. Ci.
ue'riTnteinli:t .; Y. P. I inee-tingat war--hip r or -upply an aitny. and in- iwi. -A. itA i. .
-, t vl.y'- arrivals at the- M-r- ,',::3 p. m. Siubj-ct if nmoIrning s-er- -spectinug the enorlmouts variety of .1. ('Ce.'-ilt. 'iChiairmani.
:- :,'eluidt-d l. Le,,on Jotes- and u undit-- .'rThe Iinprativ. Call t- a htousehtold sup)plie- of every iniagin- m Sci tary.
S '. i'tI 'ol J. IJ H. Fulle-r. lrew- Pubhli, Priof-s-io-a ,if Chri t:" ni.ht- able description. displayed so thIt .
J lRh de-. i.ouni- ll ,. S. A. -'(* od '- ( all to the' Y.itn..'" All anr' eve ry purchase-r can select at will. It Saved
.. P'ula-k l.,'t., alnd W. J. crdially irnvitied to atttenii. id all of the choice-t and best to te P. A. Danforth, of Lauraingt. (;a.,
N.'c. f mfoun in :an market. utlf,-red inten.-ely for six months
\.,, to-da arrival-- at the Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup cures the most 'Tiis is nol light of fancy, but thel with a friirhtful running sore on his
i t d S rrit le. -t u llbort ',, .uhb-. ,l i,and Itun u ff.'t.Cnt-. plail;l). uittvarni-hed truthI. If you leg. but writes that Rucklen's Artic t
"aiti. wee I T. \' i-cher. i 'pilt .o>ni pt ..n h- I ..-.11 -,1- .d ,ubt itgo to 11 tl o 1- 1East (m)vern- Salve wholly cured it in ten dave .
i.-. *i ''.-rv. ,. F t. ~~ou ll, Pickett c.i--r il t .' ired Iiv thiFo tmiarv,.e,.in- r. .lm t lt l ti o I'hier-, W pounds, Burn-. Bolll-.
. i i>n 'i, t'.. .- .. a.' T...I. M Tr w.ii :in..r-" ,~Ii ,'w'l a it,.r a f.t.w' ti.,'', m nll t -treet a nd he counvibced. . .. .
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,h-A 1. 1. 1' % r atnl i lt LIc k
.r ir *I Lebanon.iee l .. anid 4ieor'iige -- _
< !, -** of ll,-lo+l.
'- cute to re-ad Jacoby'- new ad- l I I
. i-.-;ient i to,-days Nh'.w-. H-i- iQ0 i I l r S
l.:ttl t(iianit" cot t'ee roa-tetr, front
. -.kiitzg day and miig|ht. I- nearly
.A.11n *i'll and a l J ioo l.a.'ve to be ('Capital of ie' lt -our Gr,
..: ,laiite'd iv anoth. r.


ti Figures.


eat blanks of the World.


Ir- i.. hein eas reiide-iec her Bank of England, .
illiiie \ -lore and mana '- it v-ery iat-I
,+',i',..-. ,,e h.,- ao-.. -ured, t,..- Bank of France, .
-ci.%4t'. [al ,'.;,ile t tIimllllin ,r. t'.B n
't. :,it"11.Z-ll TIIa .' i'o l. ixt Imperial Bank of Germany, . .
,.,,: ai, .ur-,ay. Bank of Russia, .
i,. r eanl Lutie-rant ,.hurchi: : u'.day
.... ,t . ,, ii .. ,,,,ti,,-t -r,-i e 'e T ota l
a' l.. El-l i-1h 1I- 'i at' t ,1 Total, .
FitS j<*ct. "I'i1LtEn 'l liou tit-. "
-. ,t....n .,,r .lo-. of ,,- FUIOS HELD BT THE MUTUAL ULIFE I1URANCE COMPANY
:\i'-. .1. 1 \\. e il itain ,t.


$86,04
36,50
28,56
25,71
$176,82

T\ 01


ESICLIOPS TIF OT NEMYAPE HTl liF D S


.'.... -li '' hiti- l"e me ,' I h 11-,.
,t...., i,. in' :,lo r- Or S125,021,682 more than the
..., ,.,.i..,e, ',' I- ,- .t.l., lic capital of these famous banks.
- .:,tf e'l, 'ibrlr- arid I i ',a' d ,.,,iof f am ous
*.iun2 bill wll ie pre-weit J .
toll wil ov'1 w ? it r Fq1"'4 % of Thc M uti,1 l 1 Lift. nw r


I : lif.. ...f I'. oIn~ iaol.t :r- in vn ito>
i l .'" iCt, -!,or'- lI tl i I-.'l'lll).A
i ! o. aI I -,t- tilt Ie -W
o. -witn Machine e. w n o but-
.1 tm. litel-tltien. t brioid-r.
lact. lady calling at their' -tor.
' ', te t 1 I.ourc of o'clock anid I
S k tl,-r-day alt.i' lec.ihi will tre-
\ t I e-autiful Mtouvt-tir.
.1I Ander.-on of PI'conma, Cal.. i-
.. t\- layv. iHe' started out ii I -'.
Sti' Vt ;Ier- jolurnti'y around tthi
:,1. The'li irs-t ye-ar li- toured from,
.,, xM. to Canada. '.amping alone,
:.uite-. In l'. hli w-ent front:
I : -.und to No-w York; in lP!"1
Sl t (,.-ireat Lakes to th.e <;till.
.- 1'.ar h.e expects to go to l'tale--
*" '1.1 ireat Britain, France.I. Italy\
.. .and Turkey. Ne\-xt y.ear i.-,


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N ''i cirk. L'i'I,aril A. NI ('Unrdl'. l'rc-idhiue provi.,id.-:
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Sne I Pn'l- l'l F'All .E I NV I'T'M KENT'"
I Tliir, L.IltI-RAL I..)ANS T-" THE INE I I;I).
Fe\;i.elh'l t,.-rn ii-uir:am -cv in ,:1-w' IcI lit-i'.

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CECIL WILLCOX, General Age
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
W. G. CHIPLEY, AGENT,
PENSACOLA. FLA.


IST


There's a Word or Two That's Spoken in 0


White Goods Department.

t No. 200 Long Cloth in 12-yard 1 |
p ie ces fo r ............. ................. .
SNo. 300 Long Cloth in 12-yard f
p ieces for .................................. ll
S'No. 500 Long Cloth in 12-yard | ,
W. p ieces for ..... ....... ..............
& ' r- - i- '- wL w x x _ _ __x__XXi


2.-c yard.
10c yard.
.c yard.


Pain or Piles it's tihe he-t salve in
thli world. Cure guaranteed. Only
25-.. Sold by W. A. D'Alembeite,
D)ruggist.
IREAL ESTATE
Tranil'ers For Week Ending March
24, 1900..


L7,935 [ Reported for Ti Nitws by limos. C. Wat-
1on ,V Co.. Ral l.Estate Agents, Nit. 1 Mouth
)0000 fPalafix streelt.l
0,000 Mary T. stewart and husband too
S000, John McD)avid-Lot 12 in block lo;.
New City-$Sti.
, 0a n Jamnes C. Watson to Robert W.
4,920 Taylor-Lot 20 in block 133, East
o,85 King tract-1475.
2,855 C. L. Dodte and wife to Frank E.
White-Part of sections 25 and 36;.
I 3 1 IA tp 5 n, r 31 west-$15Ii.
Louis Holjey and wift' to Mary E.
Bia ars-67 acres on Bayou Texair in
I IPhillips and Palmas grants-$1625.
L. M. D)'vis to Joseph Hutgins-
ibined N4ortlh i'e t of lot 3 arid of w' .. of
lot'2 in block sl. East King tract-
J. J. Byrd and wife to )G. R. Statn-
t:,:i\ ,of ton and (']. I. IDo)dgt--30 acrei of lot
in sec 2.',. tp 5 n, r ;t we-t--$23-.
W. P. H 1 harp and wife too John
1). Cody-L/'ts 4 and 5 in block 12S.
New City--$i:'
Minor Hollitleld. guardian to An-
drew Lewis-lot- 2 2 iand part (if lot
4., s e :'1, tp "2 -. r :,' w, al-o 7.S2 (lr'i"'-
of -;aiid -ection by mutets t nd botiund-
-- l:'n.
I 1). Mlarklev a d wife- to It-ich h-I
lp):i.--V, 4 ot lot- 7 and S ill
tlock 7. HililT 1prin>.--. ,0.
14. It:,tiw i' tIu-tie' faor Mrr. Az >-
.t, Ml M ,l, lll mhlt.I. tI (G. R. Stailttn
:ine.A (' 1. li)',m z -- nlock, :; andl 75
nIt in ;uitT S;>rinu ---$;;;o).
\VW.A. 1Iilir' and wife' to Elvi-a
.Mre.:n--N 1 'o of lin :, o f -e :;;. t>
3 t n. r ;2 .v-- -..
w\V. MeG(uirce and wife to ElvJ-
Moiraiiu--120 acre's (f s.e 12, tp 2
n, r :2 w--Sim.
". (;. Itleill-Iaw a;nd wife tiotlr*' cte'-,
of ('Church of C(hri-t--.t- 2 2. 2123 -'iti
eE p-0 lt'.- f# '.! iin blk "2, Ea-t K;in
tr.nwt--*l.
W\Vin. Ii-I'.r tt :tl-. to J. itn's M.
.IJo!;,ol-l-Lot 2.7 .ll w lO t'f,-t lot 2'.
Eli'ck Itl. Mf x,.,it tr.[2c;--5,E.'
eior:' .- 11 ill ani w if. t, (;. I,.
E M t::'' 2l C*1;! ('. IC Dicl' --12'l :'re'-
ot s-it 12. t;p n. r .Il D o-t- *l>".
J.le iol-a P'.iulk to (eo.'..ie ('.
H:Wil -N\V of -r 1:!, tp -n, r, ;I
\ -t- '-' "'
u r J :"-. :#1 1- ; li(l Wi:'.- t -, l/ ,z1-
t -t V. St :i; -- l':i-t ',, ftr ft ;r-
p *i;: [.-t 5A'. ( i l ('C ity .;i.il l ( 'I ll7 1'" Ot
if( l. i k 12 ,1 tiD. iJoIr.tld-,c1 uIind
tlxI lit tr ':4 -- 1 4i 1 .
A I-: Mcist vilt,, Emnily (. \\'riz.ht
.I I,.t 11 d .. otf 12. bl' ck ... lEa-t
K :i:r t'-i:,t--I.
J. J. lHoot. il ai vi wif,' t* Eliz:i
All ,--I.ot- ;, 11 :nd 12. bl,,ck 41.
t>y .* :,E~st K i:i,'tr ,-- .-.
S, ii'. tl li;l ilp;a t ld-11;shai l to ('he -.
S M. netcn! :.-.- .- 2:I fe't *of .'t 21;
and w '%2t fe--t o(f lot 27. bl)ck 10. Matx-
ent tract--:;IK.
Janes- St"eatrnII antd ife ,to J. J.
Hooton. tru-t'-" for Jeniite Ste-arns--
Part of blck 4. Do)naldson tract-
?1,(XXJ.
.2.00 Win. Fisher et al to Mrs. S-rah
Lipps-Ea-t 20 feet lot 26,. lots 27, 2S.
2S and west 10 feet lot 30, block 10.
Maxent tract-$7-.'.
J. J. Jernizan ntd wife to Mrs.
Clara L. Ray-Lot 3 in block 81
Bluff Springs--$75.
William B. Bray and wife to
Frances M. Reynolds-12-l acres of
sec 28, tp 4 n, r 33 w-$120.
C. H. and J. W. Dorr to Clara G.
Blount-West 64 feet arpent lot II.
Old City-41.
U. S. A. to Winm. B. Bray-NE '4 f
ardl sec 28, tp 4 n, r 33 w-homestead.


..id o, 1 c value ........................................................................ "Old ollmer" at Eugene Arbo-
19 PIUCES STANDARD 36-INCH PERCALES............................ ...O1C yard Volimr at Eugene Arbo-
gWSMAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY FILLED. -
AIL ORBDUR MAXCigars have

wB R. FORBEB. no equa.m For sale at
D'AI emberrto's.


1er (' I1


THE PEOPLE'S STORE,




A. Schwartz,


Proprietor.
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S- NEW ARRIVALS!Ki

O U"R first announcement of New Arrivals of Spring


Apparel.


A generous assortment, large variety


of colors and styles to select from of Ladies' Waists
\,c carry all l inds: the largest assortment in the.


city of well known brands.


Among them the famous


" (,'l/i;i n;IfriJ.'/,!/," famous for fir, style and finish-in


fact the best fitting \V\aist in the land.


dealer or customer can dcpv.


This fact no


You may form some


idea of our offerings by a glance at our large exclusive
Shirt Waist Wirndow, and they arc cheaper than
heretofore by reason of our Motto: ": .1i C:m Ai' .AN)
THIERl:I:;Y INCRIAS.EI- TIHll FLUSINI'SS."

New I y [Oif i New
Arrivals! L IO Arrivals!
Our Cntrfe Table- a'e ,*er.: ig beneath a rootlly h.tri ir f their Newe-t
Things, in Laces and Embroide-ris-.


14illilctii .. I'tgi.,4 ti .l In-itertii'tu


Val.-ncia Lace and Insertion'.
a.c'LlinTe 'T,.,cIoh n E Iginl alid II.-rti,)io ,


( ; rent: a n T, )' rc 'if, Ed i g


Lao, andle ~m.'.it Insetrtione,


j ..i:>r,.1. ,s: ,*.r t. O ri nta- l n'I P l I t. l ., I ',;t--.'
) i~ liiinAi 11 i ibiitr. Ed i -iu xix yard i !..t'-. t ,ir t 7" IA o ,) at iwe.


Sweepion Sale of' Mulin L'nI wvear! *
One Lot ('Child'- l)rIiw* r., lir n I I and uti kel,. -Iz.- I aini 2. at... I c pair
Size s :3. I. 5 and i,. on, .......................................... ..... .l pair
On',. LIr(t ('hi'il'd' rinin.d I)r :wer. at i'n-t M;ark.
( iio" I.':I (L.'t'il l'-Ti iiin 'd (,own ;at (.'o-t Mark.
(n ,. I.L (';Ciilh!' i'rimi ni-d Skirt-i at (',,-t .M ark.
O( ,a it Mm'-e.-' T-immined Oown,. at ('c-t MIk.
One o I ; die. Triiin ld ('!hin i-m,'. worth :'> fo r.................2t each
One) Lot L':tdie 'IriOi1-d t'.inubrie C('hemise, worth 7.'* for ....... l'e each
:,-' ne Lot Odds and Ends:-
In Ladies'Skirt- 'tid Gown- to C('lo- Out at ('ot Mark Price.


'fr


t'k,


DeFUNIAK SPRINGS.
Two II, )i's t'0111 P1isic la via L,. N It. R.
Seat of the Florida Chautauqua now in Session
Until March 27th.
'; 'inest PcI-"rt in Western Florida. &Q
H i hl' : A i'!"' s P. ":,'- W'r' W .t*-r" a:i1 l[,, iuo;.tTi:n, Clim ate.


T1~ BRji ~ f, 'U"r '.Tci


MIA T110 ROOM


7ol Cm~ F'ir a2d:":,-7'sive Line of


Spring


Goods,


S( , I I ; I i i f ." -' .
~ :" l :'.;Z ', ; i : '. i 1\ ," I f ,,. t v .' I< I .1
.'t i l "v ii i i ; i': ..' : .'* ; Piking- at

JUST RECEIVED : E N gSer Lit ..f .1. .; M. S. o Eagle
iirt- : :.IJ oa. l S" ; i ;-. i; I t<-t II l--.
Still lhav.' i f .' r ,.. ,,-t i-,',,'- .. .-1,, S ',t . i c, or,rk. i 7.ze ,
w hiclh ;1i !i1 <'r;ti ''. < t-', i'" '..: t 7. t :r. r ;>u ,-.' $l.o :ad
$1.2> : ; l.- j.o & ..a .... 4 -. i,- - ... ;. ., : at .', 7 t clo-,
Ot. COLEMAN.
C)-JOS. COLEMAN.


212 S. Paiafcx S'rie tf,


J. M. BILLIARD & CO.,
-Manufacturer- and Deale-rs in-

Carriages, Buggies, Wagons and Drays.
it= epairing Attended to Promptly__4


30 EAST GARDEN HT.


: : PENSACOLA. FLA


Roses -Carnations.
I am selling the p uct of the It )em)nft Dand Higlhland Park Ga-dlens of
Montgomery, and (in t v. ve hou's' Lot.ce can ful ",oh any amount of Cut Fiowter
and Design# wanted.


Carnations 7 c per dozen,
Amerions B':u ie S$3.50 to $,.13 per ('zn I
All 0 ier R) es !1.50 to $1.75 per ((zen,


I ing Phone 329.


De .vere
to ycv.


MISS VIOLETTE MOReMO.
323 West (Jrezorv.


FORBES


' r f.dlish *vinsook, '0 inches uwide. 2-yard pieces, for
English Cambric. '.'4 inches wide, for
See Our SPFCIAL Ii'hite India Lawns at
-.n9 Pieces I'hite Lawn at


This is an Exceptional Good Value.


--IJUIST RECEIVED: -
33 iece Sea Island" Percales, (shirt waist styles) 1-yard
33 Do e sad"1.,


IrilY1L11~u -


4 d i 1,d 11 M l)


PF.N.-4AVOL.A. F I.A..


, 0 I ACAk"L -


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I.T HIN!:, CHATTAUQUOi.


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSAGOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MARCH 24, 1900. 9

OFS DETA I LA F TE PHOENIX CITY IS EXCITED. G3LP DUST. _
SAILNegL Make T'hreats Agamst Chief
TRUST ARRANGED PH xCITY,Aa..March 23 -There ishai
.[.: r is considerable excitement here over the
h--Ama-- c~~c continued trouble Chief of PolioeCamp.
Papers Completing the Amal- bellis having with the negroes. The
gamatiOn Signed. officer has been vigorous iu his prose. TO WASH COLORED
caution of the negroes and the other day L_.
1-o_ M he received a threatening note from TABLE CLOTHS
FEATURES OF COMPANY some unknown ungro warning him to "
FET RE faC XA great r-any erses who live on farms 'adJ
Sarrted a youn negro have to do their own wrashig. used colored table
It Will D e MateiCampbell arrested youn negro lien to save washing. To ke:p them looking
..It WiaDiffyert.ateriallF Frm .named Cary Wiliams, whoni he su. mew ad from fading use little
their Corporations Recently Or- posed had written the note and h ad
ganifed--Man agemewt Is Placed of aso made insulting remarks oone him. Gold USt Washing Powder s i re:
Hands of a Board of Directors. Tahown an to t he lbatbec aib d Be ln the wash water, nd dry in the shade. it is
S., tatlon. .Andn mpbeil iubbd aim., gave wonderful how lon a retty red table cloth will
PITI;BUIA r. March I. -Al the details him a goed threshimg and ten made its freshness washed this way. Waseh red
of the reorganization of the Carnegie im v twn colored napkins the same way. .
interests under the arrangements by jWill HB lt Irn urved. Tb'et!abov etnf, our f...NL- it
"UNDE XUL.S FOR HtltSEWORltL
which the differences between H. (. GADQDa', Ala., March 23.-It is an. s U s.t Far.qnaIg
Frick and Andrew Oarnegie were wiped ACTS GENTLY ON THE nounced that the Cnattiuoeg sSo|thern e s.. o S.L r. omZ .new ma-. e .
.*.21 ab'ut D, rpazrs f out have been settled. The final papers railroad will be extended at once 12
,.ng l-gg.d. i ort legged. are btiqg signed by the o odd partners w K IDNEYs, L v06 miles from Gadsden, Ala.. the p sent
S fat, u- b in the C eg Seel om ny, im d.terminuos, and cmpsy r ouCnnectaud wi hth P her Ea st ". .
l.-.ag. d, straight lr'-ad The establishment of the business in AND BOW ELS 1Brmingh tu. From Birmingham the
the new form will be delayed only by T M ,ad N to be extended to Mogomery..
.11 t-. a- they gltd ut r-f the ranw Ytiork attorney ToeHEw T RussellSage is the power behind toe SLON-S NI E.
t, J. D11,ettorne1y) LE Criattanooga Southern.SA
t!1 l0oxt..* a.d up ontriv who, with C. M. Schwab. s credited T ALL
u cl,:hiig tabl-. with bringiV the warring partners to- ~1 5 -w-er o TeE" Shows Removes Curb, Splint a9d Cappd hock.
gether. is in .0it*sburg. and has been in f ISPV. ,' rIt wrill surely kill a Spavin and te oaw hv it T
Sn ir- of pn ti ne conference with .te neads of the bK igoup toite oecat, h ts an o .se t-- visoreyh N eoni e n.
S1,its 11 concern ever since. a i b shownupt r rch -An owner has member this is not a cheap wash, but a
iv- sIis- ;1 t ,ati but oe new Carnegie cin om pany wil w OVE COM of fase teeth found on the stoop of a PAIN RELIEVER
I , ..t ,uttl l t odne establihea under New Joerseylaw, but' A- TION uffy street re idence. The gentleman andawonder En its pEnVtratn po ers.
r :i dllr : pair, the charter wtl b very different from CF learned that his nio..ar: hid beto found w n wit Y.nTraopor. "',
t"t--it':sr.'' Ui"" d n U Lthoseeofhthe variousrlargecorroratiosse r Blster.
.lai .l.%oll t tfe N T; .lu r..o ,on and lost no tivte in sending a trend to Eve r i
formed within the Ast year or so. One PERMANENTLY mae police station to claim I tem. Pri, Oc.dtle. D'-ast
:ai.t t ,w d.llar- O ( l it. of the features of te new company will.,0, 0 to l T0and ,.00,, s b Itt ''t ''yD
;."04d c.;--i,,,,-r.l rant-, provide ithat if any.stockholderAwisnesI TSGrswo iltatElart., OSTO. MASS . A.
,,tn :tr.- t 1rte doll ar- t~ dispose o: his interest lhe w ill m ake "e _ .nEF w ,D, S.C. March 2 --Presi.
known the fact to the board of ''CIA L' nPh.
b sir. g,,d erah-iyh r, appraisers, consisting o three stock. Guy ENVINE ,A *i MAINT by dent D A. P. Jordan yas gone o s to
pa;tat-. S inme are twO,. hbuiders, wno will declare its value.. fi purchase the necessary machinery for JUST
thre- aoud fur dollar-., iad the company will buy the stock ati .. *- I Uil---putj r the enlargement o the rendel mill-- JUST OPENED.
tod w.r-ted t the price tans fixed. Tae formaniton of s.V T,, ,, ,~,w vo, i;Z,000 new spindles are to be added,
toe big corporation and the coke AS O A re with a proportionate number of looms.
company wi;i bring back to the Iron .. o wt '.
and steel making industries of many" "E
men who in years gone o gured with T N ND OE
tnunhn proaine:nca in its manufacture.
Nocebsar.v thrier e will be a number oof L, < tm".t hi u \w, l , 'iBted
chances t; Oits l thods 0: bemanrgeent, O ,0 i:,:.! -* ar- BEEREverything New and Clean.--
althou-ra t ,, oeneras p an. now purued 1i p d'. I" ( A I...
is to be fotIwed. 'Tne e-ecactive a tlatra. : ., i. : a :ll p i:: it, Tli, M st t .attr tiv, in the E t.ire City. I Regulr M :.- ,.rv.d Daily.
it now seems, will rntlerhandso < .:.i,: i,:t tL 4 a- N and Shiort Order rServod at all hour.. Sp ecial \ek i1tAtes. '
board of direclers mvrde ut. of men who ,r:: .: :tlli-
WEgDOiNOt) ebP.i.uUhl .rfri-:iI ainto)A. E. BAKER & CO., Proprietors
il p a f ide T. F. Lovejory who resigned his po- : . : ,., i ...d h:- 1, mi'a iak.
SraI /ff l d l'- action as secretary of thoe teel company. .c1 ,.-l. a d a ; ,1. rlia:tl,. 14 EAST GOVERIMENT STRI~ T.
and joined nands with Mr. Frictc will a i. -.r 1VaL-ingtn .
rC u/..'O-' .f af '< t O Soii very likelyag.tin occupy a hign official .": T [ .I 11
position. '1ere will be other old time : .-. o: -; -'ill -'i L.. t,, |i. war
officials of the Carnegie company in ..U :,:r> :,. 1*.,.- i, V ., .rt:,.. ,s IA R } "* '
e(1/I. 'e/uyfg ood pants, harness again, as wel as some new .l~.. nI,-, ...:.t iin,,' li:ht. AD O
blood, brought in by the continuance of l, .... .- ui:.l -It i. .iuh N AND MOST PPLAR BRANDS OF
the policy of Andrew CArnegie in mak- .i. h th ci, p- l s.--Ne FR A
,,i/. /that are in, f The seterlement has caused universal WE HAVE THE ONE rON WANT! TA
t saistaction. A:ot only among the Frick ARTS OF WAR. > hether ou want auI on, IS I I WI r .I .""
"of( oods pans p rlriO e and Carneme adherents, but also among h hmall on. ai e n~ a niv. t or e. ,nli .
the bankers and business men. It is A l ,:ery of artiliry c. nsists( of six We. have a reat variety for sal. or ret, 't
(,,I ill tl hosforts of known that for several days banker .lr.l he t or them are luxurious. 'lie ciieapest,
t riendsof both ides have been trying A.,1h ,.ighlin abl ,t 70 pounds ex- aregood. -BEERS, ETC., -'
to see a way to settle the flht, as they l.(ds.. ito. a .-., s or of 1.2' i pieces. IVDWELLINGS I'OIt HEINT.
wane and fori o. tt unes o csf o injurytothe businden 'adrv ..r four miils ;ian hour when No. 2t West iadsdenstreet,7roomns, 2 IN WOO) ANI) (iAS', I.lE OR SMALL QUANTTIES
their partners and injury to the bust- w.lki-nl, ti ni.le in houir when trot- No. --E lstchurr stree ros. AlT
O('kelt- (o0 to watch you.r ness of Putt-burg in general and es- tilig.U 1 niles n hour gallping storyl near evill square 1 I, A TE-.
pecially the iron and steel industry. Aceiiur-ing to the kaiser's new naval No. lool i st 12'th street, 5 rooms, i ast
Hill) ........... .. .. D iM
prilranie. i erImany will have 40 bat- -No.. Wet Chase street, 7 rooms,
10ir,11111/ Ce1 Pockets ni hitS in A STRANGE LOVE AFFAIR. tl. -hij's in 1`10 instead of the 17 she has (furnished ..
______Vnow1. "2) large 'rniise;r inst ad o(if 11, 48 No.- 11North Alcanlz street.,5 rooms.
BrokeVa Eag*l l suesnt Vollow-d by Ill. xi:all cruiwNrs anid gunboats in place ( No. 117 Wt overnmnnt street. -
t ,.1, Iol/ wifewant see e r--e. and 114 torpedo boats instead of t,. rooms.(l story 1___5.11_ _ AlGATOR SO.."
I ITI.MliE, March T3.- -Miss Susbn as at present. No. 142 We.t Belmont street.5 ) rooi,
BA"t" rE Ta, March ;11 -Miss Susan historyi 11.4 1-)
'W. Daniel of this city, the fiancee of No. .;:Is East amv,.rsnnt strs-t. ,, Oappo-ite Iiln D l.,t. '. 'Is i oie N o. 4It;. ."
,,r 10?,('o## pistol pocket. the hev. Charles A. Jessup. formerly NEITHEKtt,,ecaptan,owh r' No. :;4, W,.-t Laltiuatraet.4trob,,,,i,,. Nr
assistant minister of St. Paul's Protesti nior o n- r w ther l o .l sto .ain rtyeet. :" r) mi, il
' p ] re'i-esh m ct/,oc/ (-ently resignesi the rectorship of S, thecrewofesld vessel. No. Iil W ,st Helllilsnt -t-re-tt. 7 rloms. *..
Luke's church, Atlanta, is critically ill tiui lra.-i t C'o.. Captaiir. No. 4 2 Eat't t-l menu .ti ,-t. ; roiti..,
at her home on Chesotnut Hill avenue. C(oiwanfe-. ..lait storyy .ii,,, e) 4 .... e ''"
Waverly, a suburb of this city. Her No. auth asrc lnia 'arssnor,. rm ,
atiendang physician fears her illness NVEI-NOR'$ I LANI). N. Y. to i-tw tre,.t.s Io .,i PENNLAND YV WHI KY,h"
may prove fatal. '.[ H...March 2,. l~5-- eialed prs,- story) .. ...., H fi()KHIL L. S)1' R .1AH."
Little by little new light is being po,-al., ira triislicat.-, fear furniiihing *,.v ral smaller ,tIlt.. -. ",w, 0n [ t! NI YEL*I/ .I'tr)NI* RYE WVHI[SKY,
strauge iove affair, and it now seems dlurii.,r fi-c:il ye-sr shu!g Jnlf l-. urin oria v-, tui ** .iTA'TA WINij ('.)MtANY
that the break rg of the engagement Hall, will be. rticsiv-t hers -nd at -L'EItHIiRc'A'I'EIi -EER--KEL;I J, iIAATTEA.%.I"( "'
Dsniei was writtn last Otober. the M.. April 19. 19ail. U. ,. reservs- m"A
month when the wediring was to have riulght to rej.-ct ,r a:eC,.lt arly or .all REAL ESTATE.

CURIOUS CULLINGS. Cru etlatitlg n ; ropol- wi AGENTw, ilGas and Steam Fitter,
I', Ty:-, :1 .. r. is I.,.iv ti be a "" J.\,. M 1(O )RE. A Q M No. ] South Palafox Mtree,.


',t :. : s Isr ,liv.- ate .- 2"1n~t2&4iTa<2: PENS. '(al.A, FLA.O. & South P alafor Str wt.
r,; I t fNor o"..od lutL k South P.af.
a- *: rck. plain or fancy pat rf,;. o: ;i; ,.e i- I 't-d i a pri- All Kind3 r, Plumbing snd (;a- Fitti:'- Mater;ial. Kop: on Hand .
F r $2.;04 that w ill keeI, p art abl . :. I lt Ijtili.s tra ie ,"-,
1::II a :i ti hun-' hit; and d .%i t 1 r 3I er. ; lii-ri-i0 itTaI NG tE
,i (tit ia-,i a nd f,7r-. i f 1 r : : 7 t' srT.:s.!ii i "Wit S *M
-"""-'" "" ';, -""A, ....) AS A FiRIEnMAN Pron
.. ., ,: , <,f.,.-< ,,11T.I.,:rl.l .r'T.Ii,,r ' E IEV E R Y D A Y *'
i,; ,,,d i-:Jilr- aind .i,: aled t .', r 't ,, ,y :, ,it AGENTS FOR *
'. :r , rt :i: l( a f druth at tta o _t_.I- I
S%: ,i..:1.1."IIrri.li t High-Grade Liquors. A tL & KLEIN'S
I SILVER BROOK, PRIVATE STOCK HEN HARDIN SOU'I: MA.\>., ,
TRUST THRUSTS. VEY FINE: lI)'.EDMAN'S CELEI;RATED .OLD PR A
STOCK. 12 YEAltS OLD; iOLD SILK VI ELVET. KEN-
', V 0s -I i s, r'" i-. '.,;1 Ter, T'CKY'S PERFECTION OF PURITY. ANI)
V" B ;, g. J,,ur- I Il'S OF OTHER BRANDS WHICH
SPACE WI LL,,1 NOTF PERMIT
u,: I, : t f: a' ... TO MENTION. 502-504 SOUTH PALAFOX ST,
t. ': ;. :' ', it p 1:- T oloploxCo 308.
t:.A -. T, 1 ; l irea o-t anid Be-t S..-!,cted Stock of Bottlt- V!ikv ai:d -
hWr .11 all \\'. wort ,: t, .: i r t t t 1int. fr Ftinily 'se-. L Patron-. N* w andl Old, ar, Cordially Invitd t,> Vi-it and linrect
SA. ihat ar- -iunply !reat. .,. ., ,..,, t::. i:: THE JUG TRADE IS OUR MAIN SPECIALTY. their Ilinnfl;.Le Stock. .,
*%i, I'& t 'A ,,l),itt
*..: Itry. it ;* -. 11.-i o ColnAlo Azent for the Faminous Pabst Milwaukee Iefr. Fre, Deliv-
;, : t -t:it:u l:iw. it i;i t u.s.ner or .ry to evpry Part of the City. B
S.,. ; .... t t,,f i P.vO. 1;,x 4 PENSACOLA. FLA. Telephone 179s. A
S . ... I '

THE MY aMPORTERA"D JOBBO
THE Delmonico Hotel and Restaurant Ia "c"-'"r t

Pyurwifeefhse ALL ORDERS SERVED 01 SHORT NOTICE Iron, Nalls, Azes, Shovels, Saw Mill and Steamboat ppile, Coo
B un,1om.e parlor suites AT ANY TIME AT REASONABLE PRICES. and Heating Stoves, Paint, 01.s and Window la.,
LEVY I rrom arston'Finch.T l) rooms far Rent by the Day, ieek or uoath. ( Agate and Tiware and HousBeftr hg ee
3 y11t, 312 srtbi T nI.tett, Illnpulti IMi litlll. AGuns, Plitols and Fishing Taskle.
SICOLA CASSA -Teiephone 68.-- C AG-NT for Birmingham Rolling Mills Company, Revere Olan
SS -4O-GEO. WILSON & 00.,-*-- Stlthed Belting, Northampton Emery Wheel Company, Iaftin Band
R TAUANT---OYT s. Forget to Stop With the Fat Man. Powdr Company, Johnson's Kalsomine, Iron Kiag and Buck's Stoes
0TA"Don't Forget to Stop With the Fat Man. and Ranges, Wm. Coup &Co.' By Hlde Laase Leather, 7ssur'sl ead4y
EBl I Dilwi Clsttlie, FrMits, Caiiest, Vletahilt - F-IIEa VGETIIBULES IECif BilT Ii01U 119 Ul RETIIL. aime.Rauroado orl..
Cigars and Tobacco at Low Prices. HelloIoardang Pens la, Florida. I an"'e-.ru M oc Teple, Pen'icoa, Fla.
AM.. A a lt the I lel~ole. Fe s-^---a, lo id errafter M s n c e p e. e





I


4 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MARCH 24,1900.


THE DAILY NEWS: of the Dinley tariff as illustrate
ed by the Frick-Carnegle epi
astero at tLe rtust t ffce at rteacola. sode. They also reminded the
via-ascond-'clas matter. public that Mr. Carneiie himself
OiClK: Pitt tutilding.1lls1, south Pala- having grown rich enough by tarif
U et,___up-stairs. "protection to be independent, hat
PI'BLIIED BY declared that his interests would b
THE NEWS PUBLIBHING 00. benefitted by a repeal cf the tariff, o
words to that effect.
Trml-lnvaldrably in Advance. It should be remembered that th
w bou .. .. : Carneirie company is neither a cor
im nh UM0 s" .. '1 portion nor a trust. It is a plain
01 week. by carrier. payable Monday W" unadorned partnership. It gained
its wealth, as many manufacturing
T W CIClKI AY JIWB: corporations have done, by the oper
sbiihed every Friday at $1.i0 per year ation of a tariff which enables it. a
raerothers do, to demand higher price
TELEPHONE NO. 118. for its products at home than those
it was perfectly willing to accept
ddwrtiuinfg RteaFurnu denApplica'ion". abroad, when it had a surplus fo
ale beyond the domestic det:iand
The same tariff, which "Sugar'
SNlLA3U.L Havemreyer declared is "the mothe
of trusts," has created tru-ts and en
abled them to rob the people. It i
PUBA00LA. MARCH. 24. 1900. riot that "the trusts must go!' bu
4 that "the protective tariff"-which
PRECI4CT DEL.EGATES makes trusts possible-"must go "
The- Mst-. .m..craticClub of Pensacolia Does the democratic party w!ran


bas endor ..d the following ticket for del-
egates from the city pr-cancts to the DeDm-
erattuc County Convention to be held at
rowe ton. April 14 and ask that they be-
jven a bhearty support hy the voters:
Preetoct 1-4'-. H. Singles. Isanid the#.-
baA. Wm. Bazzell, J. 1). MA xlII, and 1. F.
W raghton.

VSacan.
PrecUt1 4I--';o. A. 1ount.Th,.-. I nnah.

J.0. MiLtauiaei'y. John I'I,.iff-er and J. E.
l'recniet -IK. H i'tnam. .1.lin WeKt.
Wtnl. ~4-li et 1" .DL;- : -:W'Itlt" eiid W. A.
Ifunlaaiu.


AT li-t th~ ,ve-rtinfntt flivials in
tChatg f tit. div;ii, n < f fore-try f
the depa.rtnienti of Z iricult ue hlivi
turned tl.eir attention to the need.
of the South. In a bulletin s nt outi
from that divi-ion appears the fol-
lowin:g brief pariagra;>h whic:i prom-
ises a beginning tha" should have
been made long year- a:no:
A study of the i',uthern liinZit f I in*' ait
been begun by thb, divrion brief examui;ltion last fa: l proved ti:iy
pretval iig Id.-a' 'rgarding tl.;- tr.-e t' .,
mistak-en. 'iiT -rat~ f gKi Kl wia' w ,show
to be comparai!'y iirap, anrd rvz-talic," too
fire tar gr. .ter ith ii n is coilnliON!.ly iteli'veil.
Tbheediscovt'ri". -uiggt-t'-d da fu;l.r ILts.--
tigation for tLe lieu. :i: f luinh.rmiietn.
The chief object L ill be to deteri-linle t!
length of tmn- which niu-t elai-e after log-
pung twfor.- a:otlher cut can be made. Suic!.
knowledge, il ena'tbl- owit.rsi to dtt'-id
whether ia: ill pay to prot,.ct liozg-d-'It,
lands trom tfir'- ai.d k.-ep up thie tltts for
the oak, of -ubIsqIu-Lt cro'.-.
THEi bi.l to appropriate relief
funds to the starving Porto Ricans
i- a transparent republican artifice
to distinct public attention from the
dilemma in which that party find.-
i:self in re-pect to the Porto Rico
tariff infamy. The bill purposes to
place at the dispo-al of the president
the full amount of the custoins reve-
nue heretofore collected ft-om Porto
Rico commerce, for the relief of the
needy inhabitants of the island. Be-
sides being a broad admii-sion-how-
ever unintentional-that the collec-
tion of such duties is unlawful an.l
unjustiflable, it attempts to dispose
of funds which do not belong to the
United State- or tothe Porto Ricat.-.
but to tho.-e -who paid it into ti.,
trea-ury. a- w.ll doul)e--ss be adl-
judged by the supreme court in it-
decision of the -nits already hrouzght
for the refunding of the same to tile
parties from whomthey were tunilaw-
fully colls.ct d.


"rhe Motiher of Tv'ists "
At a luncheon given to his par:-
ners a short tiow ago, Mr. Andr'-w
Carnegie. p:e-idl-nt of tlie (Car'eitzie
titeel companyy, in a moillment of in-
discretion siaperinduce-d by his en-
virounient. a-serted that the profits
of the company for I99 were tw-ntt-
one million dollars, and the vaiue ,.f
the bu-iness- two hundred and fifty
million doll it-. One of lits hearers.
Mr. H. C. Frick.wtno had previou-lyv
,sold about ont -!i:.lf of hlis intere-t to
Mr. Carn-egia fi,r t- *"book valui-."
and valu,-d t'i., re i:iinde-r .,f l.i-
.'.oldirgs ;it five- ':.iliion dollar-. f ,
which .Irf. ('.ta:,-i,' had l ffird hili
I 14 1llillk i ,',I li'-. im:ci:+-d tlie ,-t,,
by Mr. (C ::."a:1,- l p.-t-r :d i.J li
tI ellt'l::-. w e't :i; !:i- anit b>... ii!
figuring, the- r.'-i;" timing t!!Lt i.(
di.covei d I.:- in;i! re-t to be wirt .
somethiii lk- -!xt,,:i m million= ;alliI
a qual t-I ai. : ilg tO t -e (.arl. ,i*.
e-tii:',-. wlii ri-u;oi ;e irou-~ :'
t-uit a :'tiili-t 1.1- w ictke! ; r'.il r If I
all accouintinlg .l.a d tl.h- v lu,' of l.;-
interest as e h ihad ci.npute-d it.
The briiiniai I thi- tcuriui. sii;t.
notwith-tanidindz. tli,- fact th:it r,
Carnegie, iin Ii- a:s-wr. p!o.t. -t. that hie had oi.ly be- ni joking., aud
that the real value of(f the bu-il'--
was only about s.ev nty-six mnillion:-.
ia said to have -.iven a severe shock
to the republican leaders., who feared
the effect upon the public mind ol
such untinmely disclosures just at a
time when they werestruggli(g with
a situation, with respect to their at-
titude upon the Porto Rico tariff
bill. which threatened to destroy
public confidence in the integrity of
the chief doctrine of republicanism
-the protective tariff.
The alarnu was sounded, the chiefs
and their henchmen rushed frant-
ically to and fro, cautionary signals
were hoisted; but it was too late, th-
damare had already be*n done, and
*L%. ainrtnant.a nf UnMI .inl..vv,


or need a stronger issue than thi.?

If you have Sore Throat Pain-Killei
will cure it. If you have a coulh oI
eolJ. Pain-Killer will end it. If you
have cramps or diarrhnwa, Pain-
Killer will relieve it. If yon cut
burn or bruise yourself. Pain-Killer
will stop the pain. In short a bottle
of Pain-Killer on your shelf will
save pain. time and money. Avoid
s-ibstitutes, there is hbut :ion Paiin-
Kil:lr, Perry Davis'. Price '.'5c. at;d

"--Cape May" at Eugene Ar *na' Ft bruary Cotton Exporit.
Henry Clews' circular of Mar.! I 7
The exports of merchandi-e da:r-
ing Fe-bruary amounted to *11T9.76i'.-
iAi,; the largest February in the la-t
live years. The imp, rl's ot nerchan-
dise were quite large, Sm',774.(i0). but
the excess of exports amounts-i t o
$351 .'j1,1i0; an increase of nearly 5 I
per cent over the same month last
year. Such a large and sudden aid-
dition to our trade balance i- worth
investigating. These are the princi-
pal articles '.f export for l-'b:L. Lry:
il..'. 1".''..
't'. 71 ,ti
Oi l: -. '_
M ainer;i l oii -. 71ii '..1' .i 2
r'ot ton ,.'.
Cotton. it will ble ol served. ae-
countss fr nearly t!.e wwl,.,l-' ia;in.
anl the ri-e in price wa- ain limipor-
tant factor. While thle quantity ex-
ported during tihe Ionotij -h5iowd anI
increase of about : ;i pe-r ceni. vailiue
-howed an increase of 4-13 ir c'-ait;
the export piri.'e risi.n Irri, ti t cent.-
inI February. ]' ;9l. to 'ov, r e-ns inll
February, litio. Incilentt-lly it is
worth emphazizingi the value of this
increase in the amount realiz.d on
the cotton crop to the So th. TI" ft1;
southern pla.ite r secures $ .', i.,i o
more for this crop than for its pri-(fd-
ce-sor. it intanis itmuch for southern
merchants anid the railroad-. to ~aay
nothing of the indi-trial revival
now going lihiiln at a -ti:mulatini
pace in the f i .uth,.


Dr. Bull's*Cough Sprup is the safest a'md
s.ir--t kur- fter tU10-'.e 41&fLrt'!*111 fedii
,'of t 1w hlit ,I.-4i' r4 %%.Z .ttitLtLL
aind et.'ih l e'sa.r.ci.
c's''lren uk -'it. a:,id. (1( %ts r -stmal. i1!:ce
te ts.
''Pxsml Joes-et' at E-ugene A~rb -tla''.


A $1.000 Calendar.
We are in receipt o(f thle Armn'iir
rliou-.niid D1)ilar Priz- Art (':Alt.L-
dar. coisi-ating ,of thirteia sh et-
-iz- loxl41, r. pr"ldu tlitn s of th."
priz- winnirde-i.zrni in: coldiil re-
li-t made- by Me-,-rs. W. P. Mc.I),,n-
ald and J. I)ee W.areh alil. T!ie wil-
uiing of thi' prize by th!s.b ylitang
meii0 has given thei- a n iiona! rep-
utitioni a eltonfig de-iirnier. lu th
nam'-s li ave- foir some yea','irs b:rt'k
been well known to f-llow arti-t- in
the west, in c tlmenctio'tni. prticul.trly.
with the Rookwot' Pot'tery of (Cini-
cinaiati. Mr. McDonald was born inl
that city, and Mr. Wareham, thotmgh
a native of Michiaan, hais Iimadf it
his hoane for --even years p:ist.
Both had their trainingii In tl.i Ait
Ac do-ily >,f Cincinill ti.t; i' .--ini,;
tlhence under the artistic iuifllit.it-e-
that have prevailed at R okwi.d
al;d in lat:, years visiting l'.turi ;'fe.
'I'll. ir art i- of local growth. a it:--
tinctly AlUirican isev'-p opn' nt. li;t
in cl'-e-ymipathy witi thi n-w- r
,l o''rative' :nvil z li-'tt alhr.v;al. w !:i> !.
h.iw-v '-r. it illi t .o s 1-,, li it to-.
S,:nld tW 'li.v-five t fe-t -t. iii.ips .r
c,:rre.ie'y te, Arino'ir & ('.. C'.l.'.s. '.
:i:Al rhi'Vy w ill i lill y\- i. I -T' tpai .
t *!:it ',ra;.' c;l,'!di'r c ir,,iy f f -
Ieh i in -t"' iir-" li ii;i'i i." i,:ckk :,'.


It i- very !, ird to -t i. i 1dldl by i
.* it dte r *oit -uiler wlvil'tv a wat-
! :inz te ar, ivil oif the itl- ct' r. Ali
Albany v N. Y. dliiii mnal :l-iid ;t ai
l':i1 -tor',, their, i- o a dr*:,i t c('ilie
itrii A .i-s chiid. ?h'n very -t'k
wi:t: cr.i'ip. Not li di:!.. tih doct ,r
in, le 1-f' wNv rd ;':r himli to c' ri at
<,I*" .. f i- return. He' ;a s-, l>.;.iht
I t>-t;!, ,,f I'h:sinberlain'as (',i;.u i
Rl-i1. dy. w icli I.0 hoped w,,till jive
S. esli r'llf i ;'Itl! tlhe do,)ctor -htould
ar liva. It: a fe-w hoiursi hi, r-trt i; (d.
*-, i\ I n t!he' ii t'' i" ;r ed 11 : '** :..*. ; -
th;** c' id w:as mi.ueh bI-tT h r "T..-
d(ruagi-t. M1r. )tt, Seh.lil. -ays t:;;
family ly as i:ice r- I r' iiam 'ndeid
Chaimiberlain s Cotiuih Ret'etlvy to
their neighbor- and friends until he
has a constant demand for it from
that pirt of the country. For sale
by Hanuiah Bros., 21 8otth Palafox
street.
Hannah Bros'. are agents for De-
Wees' Cough Cure. Diarrho-a Rem-
edy and Witch Hazel Salve. They
guarantee all three of these prepara-
tions and will cheerfully refund the
money to any one who utie< them
without being benefited. Price :25
cents each.
Bartholomay is the best beer. Eu-
gene Arbona.


.0-do


? N\BANNS.
e 1. Johann Jochim Franz Ahrendt (al
t f ONG TH LAhrens) son of the deceased cooper. Jochi
Heinrich Abrendt at Jabel. and hi wi
irI Ci 11111 nf Catharine Maria Louise, born Techan. bo
~ h h 1 I ly domliclllated there andemigrated b
U BUILDIR between ItS and lIa) to North Americ
There hlie was before the war between t
r Northern and Southern States for sor
time with his uncle. Henry Ahreas. at Pe
of sacola. then in New Orleans, after which
Workof the Week Done By returned to the State of Illinois. This
Men.formation about him, dated from the ye
t Union Men. 1.. comes from his above named unc
Henry Abrena. and is the last newSobtain
h about him here.
2. Johann Heinrich Christian Atrenw
(also Ahrens). son of the deceased barrt
t An Interesting Rep rt on New Build- uaker.Joachim leinrich Ahrendt.iat Jabi
and of hi wife. Catherine Maria Loui'
inge. Repairs and General Ina- born Techan. born on December ith. I~%
at Jabel. having resided there until lwia-'
provemente. Reported for The after which he emigrated to his unci
r Henry Ahrens., at PenacAtc.l, l'. Americ
News by the Efficient Busines" after which he went in lis; to the State ,
SIllinois. Afterwards it is stated that a le
. Agent of the Carpentexs' Union. ter dated from April. 1s71, from White ltoc)
postotfice, Jewell county. Kansas, was rc
Messrs. Davis & Woody are plas- ceeiv-d.
Are summoned upon request of their ex
r tering the T. B. Turner residence, ecutors barrelmaker. H. Ahrendt, at 1l1
corner Of Plafox adi De6to streets, *Jabel, and Fiteuller Fr. Ahrendt at Vi
P corner of Palafox aind De-iot-treets. lanek. Meckleniirg to appear not inte
The dwelling at WJ E:tst Gregory than Thursday tOctobe+r 4th. It'.1, at
o'clock ait. in., at the court appointed ft
street i- undergoing repairs by union ttat object ana in ease o! nou-appearan(
111o:1 they will b.- con-;lrtd drad.
men. t All thou- wflo narhatllf eto lv ', informni
Mr. L. C. Bennett i plastering the ton at)out lit,'or death of th.- above, ar
requested to do so Dnot later than on th
J. J. McCuskill dwelling, corner (of dat, o- f to.-ittinm of the court as above.
LBylen and Cervantes street.m., .: Nr, I,, II.'CALR 'lI TO Ir.
O(ne more of the large lihhtt-rs i n
course of construction at Lani-ford' Protentced a Tragedy.
shipyard was launched a few daws Timei-Iv information given M1r
ago. and the frame work of another (; 'orge L.,:'. (f New Straitsville
SOhio, prevented a dreadful tiagedi
was commenced, but owing to the atd saved two lives. A frigh fu
lack of material, work wa- di.-coni- eougih had long kept her awake ever,
tinted for a few days. night. She had tried mially reme
The four cottages. be-lonin. to dies and doctors, but steadily grev
worse until urged to try Dr. King'
Neils McK. Oerting. which were New Di-covery'-. One bottle wholly
contracted to Ernest Shackelford cured her, and she write this mar
some time ago, are nearing comple- velous medicine also cure d Mr. Lonu
tion. They are desirably located ot of a severe attack of Pneunioniaa
E:ist (Gad-den street. over-lookin- such ecures are positive proof of th
the bay. matchless merit of this grand reme
The property lately purchased by dy for curing all throat, chest an
0(. W. Pryor of W. B. McMillian onI lung trouble#. Only .i4c iand 1 ikN
Tenth avenue, between Thirteenth Every bottle guaranteed. Trial but
and Fourteenth streets, is undergo- tles free at W. A. D'Alemberte's drug
ing general repairs of dwelling, store.
fences and out-buildings. Eugene Arbona's is headquarters
Work on the Rolen I.ee cottage fur tine liquors.
wa. commenced Thursday hy a crew
of M. J. Clark's men. The cott:tve WV01) WA.NTED.
consists of four rooms, hall, clotet;s,
porches, etc., and promises to be as Bid s are desired forw oi. cords of
neat as it is convenient. good pie wood.
Mr. G. M. Langley is building two 22mlw _11Rl4'T Ii'E C'o.
neat skitf boats at No. 2i West
Romana street. One of the boats is v,;-- ,
for himself and the other is for J. --RANDA
D. 3Marzoni.
One of th3 dwellings lath'l par--
chased by Mr. Frank Radelitff. from
Ernest Shackelford, at s'.t North Al-
caniz street, i! fini-h-d and theI 01 1
other is rapidly near iit. c im!ple-tion.
0. M. Prvor's resiue-iice at 6;12
North Alcaniz street i- ulderdTroin WeCllds any d Thursday,
coinsiderable re-pairs by Elinrr
W\ Vlf's crew of uiii.n 1:n:i. ,. MARCH 28th AND 29tb,
Several newel post-:, a l1t o)f b !- A C 28th A 2t,
terms ia i rail and five cilliti t m" in-
tles f< r the- J. J. McCask1il d ,',eId iin-v -.\T-
(orncr Il tylen and C'.r vaiat. -t ,. -'-s.
dist church at (Goulding ;,!( s.i' ,i
able drill, scroll and turtnr-fd work
for different jobi-. was nMiRtS t'Lrd
at the carpenter deji t 'irz:ut ,f the
Pitt Mill Co. th, pa-t wk. Illtelccip, near Falox StrpEt
Work of layin.- the ft'ulad:i.:, to
the W-ar warelhiou-' on T',strra ,o:>a
street, between iGove.'ment aId In-
tendencia streets wa-i comin-al I a
few days ago. TI hIl'l' ws I Q ua ity .
contracted to Me-srQ. 'i-ons '.: Sun-
dlav. The bricK work i- zco:itrctetd I
t rssrs. Wils r I. No.%er exlperimnent with so imllipotant
T'he f allowing work h -"le-ed by Iiho-. FI. VWri'.ton: I'aint-
i 14-xte-rior and plilti ;-a iid pal,'- A Y
mi interior of the dwillin iii 1- AN D
pied by Mrs. Doi-s!idion at 110 East
(iregorv street, paintiijn aunii paper- It is thr. Hiih in.r parlor for Mrs. Stk,'--. 1 1: E-: IntentdenciIt for 1. C. Watson & (C 7.
omn" ve.y ha lian.oloe ,ni'^ h live NO ADI 'LTERATI( N.
been tirted up in t.- l'.i- n t of A-k ou dea for candy u
the l:.ar- building. t, S,.nt ih P.lif A k oxr d,: r t y l: ,
street by Contractor Ci..-. -I. lTar-
,, A llen Candy M Coo
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup will cure throat
ai,! !u ii-: trouibl- without" il;ll. i-nr ri ppl-. PENSACOILA, FLA.
'.'i s ii ani/ i a ,i eD-e-**nt ld cou~li ir r-ld.
,; i- :tr, hl>'-i re-lll Th- lt.- lirP mall itian I li bottle cost- o'iilv"
1Who is Rader?
-Hunter'- voe at E urone Aroxta'-.
SHe's is the Furniture
Who is Rader ? Man.
"ll~P q aLlL.-+ I" --1


A SOLID CAR LOAD. Stylish Stick Sea

Pretty Phaetons.
CAR LOAD PRICES! li 0 Cs,


Any and Every Style!


Top Buggies.


our REFRIGERATORS ar- (;uairazzte, d to, I%,
an,'! t.ak, a lower to-!1ll'-raitujr#-c than tiy.ivtfier oin thei.nirk,
'1 !i'hvi-LA4an Ab-:''lIt'.## DRY AR I"'R9VJSON fIf


I- Our Ice Cream Freezers. i;
%V.%i, i.\ N ':F 1)'To I. I- ZF. IN; M

~3' 1(6= 1'1112' r ~ .. ;zak-.. 2


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Choice Designs in Cotton Warp D.mna-k Ma-ti.:-

R ---+SPECIAL SALE OF RUCS.-:.

4| Black Taffeta Bilk Waists, Each $3.50.

I Colored Taffeta Silk Waists, Each *4.25



SFitchville Bleacheid Domestic ic yI


PULLEY BELTS! Mak'.;' PULL" ';

_| Lace and Embroidery Department
More Complete tihair Ever thi- s.,-, :
f'T'*Y
':' f; l Il Pair? Ladie-' Fintie S.' ,oe. L[,ai .il n *"
i $: to ) 3.w ', odd styles, to qucl,, 1uick wiv tui:k.'
iz. -I. to 5.



!7 illiani o n-o & $on.
E 'i -.
t'.^ < -" '^ ++'* + +-" -. .. *"


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


M110I TAIN A


MINT TONIC
Everybody needs a toinic these
lazy spring delays to drive xiway that
tired feeling. Mountain Mitit 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 '"i
makes the sick well; the weak
strong; and it gives one who is all
run down a new lease on life and a
healthy appetite. Mountain Mint
Tonic has been tried by hundreds of
people in Pensacola. everyone of
whom heartily recommends it aq the M11
best tonic they ever used. It does
more than we claim for it. One dol-
lar per bottle, six bottles for five dol- DRJ


CRAND
SPRING OPENING
-(. -

MILLINERY
-AT-
BOWERS & KRUSE'S
Wednesday. March 28th.
and conitlnuing all
tthe week
our 17at. net'# 1 'ri.-es sp'ra
for T7"hemxlre'p.
You are ('ordtally Invited
toAttend.


88 R. NEWELL,

ESSMAKER.


te s Scrofula

Sullbues and heals Salt Rheum. cures Boils,
removes Pimples and Eruptions, gives fair,
clear, complexion. It thoroughly puri-
fies, vitalizes and enriches the blood.


The enltor w il
will tive ia nn-i, ,
of the publi,- -
Thursday ever,:.
Clutter's mu nic .
ozale at C .-', ....
ter'e, mose- -t.r.
adults ai d 2, ,': -
Program we:,


Have Y 11r
and P.p-r H is .
date peoi>;l.. :. ,
by patr.'aiizin.: J
11 N. Pal.afx. ,'


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jhilliam liio & Fo.



SPECIAL OFFERINmui




SATURDAY AiD IONDAY..


BEST MAKES, LATEST STYLES.


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


' -'. \V wi.l Allw Y."i S.!ii-thinl ftor t!,:tt i '1)1,1';
Ailn t ,tut Fifty Cent-.it.


S liiliat olItnon & Sou.


"BUY THE BEST.'


-IT'S ECONOMY !


PERSON:'
107 South Palafox.


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Investigate the Convertible Term Contr
---)F THE--

Old PAnn Mutual Life Ins.


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MARCH 24, 1900.



"^~y TA-r^^ A0 0S Td**T' ndTTr ^T


Boots and Shoes.


THE BOSTON SHOE STORE,


(Nathan G. Forcheimer, Prop )

Dealer in Ladiem and Gents, Misses
d Children's Fle Shoes: also Trunks,
Valise, ete., etc. Leader in Low Prices.
117 Sogth Palafox Street.

Bookv, Stationery, Etc.


THE GEM BOOK STORE,

Stationery and Fancy Goods.


(Wholesale and R-tail).
Artists' Material, Sovrting Goods,
Picture Framing. School Books, Miscel-
blaeous Books, Newspapers and Magsa-
zines. C. R. .JIINSON, Prop.
'Is South l'alafox Street.


C.~.. TiI' Ill I'S' 'N,


Dealer in Stationery, tflice Supplies,
Notions, Etc.

:i South 1Palafox Street.

Bicycles.

GEORGE A I'ETERSON,
Dealer In Bicycles. Aren't for Rambler
and Clipper Chainless Bicycles. Bicy-
cles, typewriters, gUns and all kinds of
light machltery repaired. I.ocksmtlh-
.ag of all kinds done. ains and bicycles
for rent. 12 West mnnusa street.

Butchers.

(. i). BRAMIIAL ..
Butcher and Gr.eo Gr'oer.
Dealer in beef, Pork, Mutton, Veget-blt i.
and country Produce,
Stapxe and Fancy Grocerie-.
Corner Tarragona at.I LaRulra Streets.

Clothing.

CARL SCI!llENlt'K'S
.... n3.ONs *'l'o I Ol'.K.. .
Dealer in Clothing, .ents' Furnishing
Goods, Hat". Shoes, Etc.
:"*,2 South Palafox street.

China and Glassware.

S .1. 1.A. ('S.
Alateware, TInware and ( rocker.
101 south Palator Street. J. S. Rob-
erts' 4lId stand.
('arpente-rs' Tools and shelf Hardware
a specialty.

Commission Merchants.

NEW ORi..l N ', .'MM \IloN \NIM
l';h11 l CF l. ('4 MI'.N .
G;1O. %i 1.-O\ A. I P.
Receivers of Early snod Late V\egetables
and Fruits.
Illihest cash prices raid on produce
In tble market. Write us for prices.
ilaudlers of ail kinds of produce.
Prompt returns. 311 and 312 North Tar-
ragona Street oppo-ite Union D)epot.

THE JACOBIY GROCI.RY
ANI) COMMISSION CO
Handlers of Western and Country
Produce of all Kiuds.
(Grceries and Feed Stuff.
Coffee Roasters and Grinder- and Tea
Blenders.
Refrigerator Service. Consignments
S solicited.
Phone 1l0. 11 to 120 E. Government.


Coal Dealers.


CARY & CO ,
(Incorporated.)
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Steam,
Domestic and Anthracite Coal.
Office. No. 22 East Government Street.
P. 0. Box 15. Phones 93 and 6.

Carriage Mafnufacturers.
J. M. HOWELL,
(Established 194.)
Manufacturer ot Fine Carriages, Bug-
gies, Etc.
Repairing In all Its Branches Promptly
Attended to.
Horse Shoeing a Specialty.
15 East Garden Street.
J. M HILLIARD & CO.,
LEstablished l',7 )
Manufacturers and Dealers in Carriages,
Buggies, Wagons and Drays.
Repairing .Attended to Promptly.
Phone 124. 30 East Garden Street.

Dry Goods.
WILLIAM JOHNSON & SON,
(Established 101.)
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Dry
Goods, Clotlhing. Boots and Shoes,
Carpets. Matting and Rugs.
IlARDWARK I)KrAaTMZsT-Consieting of
llardware, Glassware, Paints. Oils,
Varnis es. Buggies, Wagons,
(arts, Bridles, Saddles,
Harness. Etc., Etc.
118 to 124 Sulth Palafox Street and 2- to
? East lutendencia Street.

D)rggists.

PENSACOLA DRUG C4*.
Druggists and Dealers In Patent Medi-
cines and Perfumery.
Dlrugzists' Fancy ard Toilet Articles,
Paint;, Oils, Brushes, Etc.
Physicians Prescriptions Carefully
Compounded.
Corner Gregory and Palafox 8ts.

Furniture.
,. M. PIRYOR'S
BARGAIN FURNITURE IOI'SE,
IDealer in a General Lino of Furniture,
Wholesale and Retail.
4", 42 and 44 South Palafox S'reet.
Largest. Finest and Beet Assorted "tUp-
to-lijte" Furniture Stock in
the City.
Tertus-Eit her Cash or Installinent Plan.
W. 1R. MERIWETHIIR,
-Dealer in-
Furniture, Stoves, Lamps, Toilet Sets,
Etc., Etc.
Sold on Weekly or Monthly Payments,
1.3t and l40 E. Intendencia Street.

IAD)ER FURNITURE CO .,
I)ealers in Cheap, Mellum and Fine
Furniture.
STOVES A SPECIALTY.
Cash or Installment Plin.
34 south Palafox Street.

Hair Goods and Millinery.
MiS. SARAH I.. BEIINE,

Manuf:tcturer of and Dealer in Hair
Goods and Millinery.

32:' West Gnvernnipnt Street.

Foundries (an d (Mch in ists.
C. M. SWE.KNKV. W. .1. Cos8;RO\ K.
CI COM PAN Y,
Eanineers. MachiniAts and Foundrymen.
General Blacksmiths, Machine Forgers
and Sheet Iron Workers, Coppersmith
Work, Ship and Steamship Work a
Specialty.
Valves, Pipes, Pumps, Connections and
Fittings for Steam, Water and Gas.
Palafox Street Wharf.
Phone 167.


Foundries and Machinists.
JOHN PURDY,
Foundry and Machine Shops,
Central Wharf, Corner Jefferson and
Pine Streets.
Telephone 346.
Patterns, Castings, Lumber Trucks,
Smill Chilled Car Wkeels, Wood and
Iron Pulleys, Hangers, Boxes,
Etc. Manufactured to Order
In First-Class, Work-
manlike Manner at
Reasonable Rates.
Dealer in Machinery, Fittings and Sup-
plies for Stationary and Marine
Application.
JAMES HIUGHES,
P. 0. Box. 404. Telephone, 123.
-BOILER WORKS.-
A General Line of Machine Work.
-0-
All kinds of Steam Boilers, Tanks and
Sheet Iron Work Manufactured
and Repaired Promptly.
Steamboat Work a Specialty.
Pipe Fitting, Etc., Etc.

Fancy Goods.

WING, HOP & co.,
Importers and Dealers in
Chinese and Japanese Fancy Goods.
Canton Crape, Ivory, China Ware, Fine
Teas, &c.
31 South Palafox Street.

Groceries---- Wholesale.

TIlE NEW ORLEANS GROCERY CO.,
(James McHlugh, Prop.)
Wholesale Grocers anud Dealers in all
Kinds of Feed Stuff.
The Only Coffee Roasters in Western
Florida.
s and 1) West lntendencla S'reet
Phone 105

Grocers--- Retail.

THINK TKAS. ROASTED ColFl B.
1. E. DI)'BISSON & IIRO..
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Choice
Family Groceries,
Crockery, Stationery, Gilass, Tin, \%'Vol
and Willow Ware,
Cigars, Tobacco, Snuff, Etc., llay, Corn,
Oats and Bran.
Garden Seeds a Specialty.
205 Tarragona St. 1 3t Intendeucia St

II. MULLER,
(H. Pfelffer & Co.'s Old Stand.)
I)ealer in Groceries, Feed Stuff and Ship
Stores.
Prompt Delivery.
41, South Palafox Street and I to 7 East
Zarragossa Stlect.
Telephone 213.

C. TABARRAS,

Dealer in Staple and Fancy Groceries,
lIay, Grain, Feed, Etc.
Corner Iavren an, Intendencia StSr .vt%.

Hotels.

LEWIS II()1 E,,
Mrs. W. F. Lewis, Proprietress.
located opposite the 'Uniott Depot, anIl
within one hundred feet of the
Street Cars.
Good Accommodations for the Travel-
ing Public, Special Rates for Families.
Transient Rates, 81 to $.125 Per Day..

Hardware.

WILLIs II.1i1)WA.1H COq MANY,
l)ealers in Builders' Hardware, Stoves
and House Furnishing Goods, Paints,
Oils and Glass.
32- South Palafox Street.
Telephone 227.


Insurance.

THIOS. C. WATSON & CO.,
General Insurance Agents, Fire, Life
and Accident.
Fire Insurance placed in First-Class
Companies. We have sixteen of the
best. We are Agents for the State of
Florida for the Home Life Insurance Co.
of New York. We are also Agents of
the Standard Accident Co. of Detroit,
Mich. Patronage solicited.
No. 1 South Palafox Street.

KNOWLES BROS.


WM. II. KNOWLES.


KNO0WLES HVKE.


Insurance and Real Estate Agents.
General Agents of the Equitable Life
Assurance Society of the United States-
Strongest in the World. Write for
Illustrations.
30' South ralafox Street.

Ice and Cold Storage.


il. D. bTRlATTON,
Palladelphia, Pa.


W. S. \%ARK,
Jacksonville, Fla.


TIHE STRATTO N ICE WORKS,
Ice, Wholesale and Retail.
.1. R. KELLER, Manager.
Telephones 59 and 259.
P. 0. Box 136.

THiE GEO. W. ARRAS ICE AND COLD


STORAGE CO.,


G. W. Arras. Prest. & Gen. Manager.

Corner Wright and Ilayne Streets.


Job Printers.

IIENIY S. WHITE,


Commercial Printer, Ruler and Binder.
No. 211'.. South Palafox Street.
Good Work at Fair Prices.

Loan .d4ents.

J. A. WII.SON.

Monev to Loan on all kinds of Per-
sonal Property. Money furnished on
short notice.
Terms Easy and Satisfactory.
When you need money, call and seceis.
2-41. South l'alafox Street.

Laundries.
STAR LA\ N)l;:Y Co.
Every ('lass of Laundry Work lDone
with Neatness and Despatch.
WALI.:I': I%\.RAt, M. iProprietor.
:;7 East Garden Street.
Phone Il1t.


The Leading Music House in Florida
and Alabama.
This pioneer music house has estab-
lished a reputation for fair dealing and
low prices. Manufacturers agents for
the Celebrated Kranich & Bach piano,
also Chickering, Weber, Krell, Lester,
Smith & Barnes, Willard and Royal
Pianos. These pianos are direct from
the factory, and are not shipped over
the country from one
BRANCH HOUSE TO ANOTHER.I
You can always be sure that the piano
you get from CLUTTER is new. We
keep all pianos sold by us in tune for
two years free of charge. Terms on new
pianos from $V per month up.
112 and 114 South Palatox Street.

MAtarble and Granite Works.

PENSACOLA Mo N'.MENTAL WORKs,
(WILLS & BROUGIITON, Props.)
Statuary Monuments, Vaults, Head-
tones, Vases, Metal Wreaths. Trel-
lis Work, Settees, Chairs, Bouquet
Holders, Cemetery Copings.
Iron Fences and all kinds of Cemetery
Fixtures.
Designs and Estimates Furnished on
Application.
Work done on Short Notice, Satisfac-
tion Guaranteed.
No. 2 North l'alafox and 2 to It; East
Garden Street.

Plumbers.

II. 11. WICKE,
The Leading Plumber and Gas Fitter,
with the latest designs and modern
Improved Bath Tubs, Water Closets,
Lavatories, Kitchen Sinks and Hot
Water Boilers.
All our Fixtures are "up-to-date"
and can not be excelled anywhere.
No. 5 South l'alafox Street.

Planing Mills.

THIE 1I. 41. PITT MILL CO.,
: Established 1.S72.)
Successor to I. u. Pitt & Co.,
Oldest Established Firm in Pensacola.
Manufacturer, of Sash, D)oors, llinds,
and all kinds of Builders' Material.
Phone 11.
Corner MI-in and Barracks Streets..

Restaurants.

NICK'S REST ILANT,'
(Nick Apostle P'rop.)
MEALS AT ALL HoIIURS.
Fish and iOysters a Specialty.
Finest Oysters in the Citv.
The Best of Everything the Market
Affords.
"211 South l'alafox Street.


Real Estate.


Livery Stables. Tros. c. W ATSON & CO.,
Real Estate and mental Agents.
P'ENS.COl.\ FIIlD). LVI:KRY AND Nj. 1 South lalafox Street.
SALE TI'ABLE. City 1'ropertv bought and sold. Rent-
.1. G. Woo agr. collected. Taxes, Assessments, .'\., at-
J. (;. Wool,, Mnager, tended to. Loans made upon lI;al Es-
(rders rect.civedby elephoe No. 3. tate Securitv. Abstracts of Titles Fur-
av or Ni-nht. nished to any property in Escambla
Boarding orses a Specialty. County.
1' and II W-st lutendencia Street.
All our Buggies, Carriages and IH earse.
are Ilub!er Tired. FIBI1lI': RiEAL, E',TATE AGENCY.

OLU & O'()BINSON. 1). Hale Wilson, Manager.

W. K I.', v --o.Nv 'Mana err .i fa-. Pants on.1 Vnqnm


-Fed, l.ivery and Sale Stables.

No. 15 West Intendencia Street.


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Real Ebstate. IentULs ad ULoanu..
Oflice-Fisher Building.

2-41'., South 'alafox Street.


Real Fstte.

J. E -TILLM I '.

Real Estate : -

Ofmce-East sid,- of "

WM. II. KNOWLE.
KNi)WLE- !:,
Insurance and lcal .i
309 South P:.f -
General .Agents of o .r f
Assurance Society of .
Strongest in the W r
trations.


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heal I state and C...
City and Country I'r.

lieadi:1arters for sew.:

13 South P'alI x -


Ship 'hani/, !,


MI KEN/.IE OIEl I :


Ship Chandlery and *,.i-:
Appointed A.ent- fur N,
ing & Packing Co.
Belting all Widths .r.,
Furnished.
;"3 and :0 Souuth Pa:af x

Undertaker,

. II. l -ruic'. N
NORTHIIT, 1'.- .,
Professional Embalmers a
of Fine Funt ra: F ar
Nos. 12 and 14 West lnten.,,


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SOrders attended to Isa\
Otdice Phone No. :3V.
Residence No. :,.


! successors to S. It. II ,.
Funeral DIirectors anr :,. s-.
No. 17 Went lntentlen,
I'hone 31.

}W'ines and Li','*ur.


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Tie original Kentucky Itr. .A
.;31 Souuth Palaint *r.
Wholesale and Retail la.,r a
Kentucky Whiskies. .*. -..
Specialty.
sole Agent for I'abst lIre' .:.
Milwaukee. W;-
.1 full line of Imported an ..a*
Wines, Liuirsq, Cigars and '1 I

IAlNNIII1' s IIt 111
Dealers in \\Wines. l.iquors, *,
Etc., Etc.
\sents for Acme h1rewit ,
;a., I. W. Harper Whisky .1 *.
Whisky.
.Iig Trad a S (,,c.. *
I orders from the countryy , S .
and Promptly Filled.
Main Office-4,l aouth I' .


THE I)AILY NEW-
An I'p-to-Date .Ev,,n:: :
Delivered by Carrie.r at i '. .

THE WEEKLY NVEW-
Published Every Friday .-, ..t A
Has a Large Circulat:'. .
Western Florida and S .': A!t
bama.


Kathryn'. Aspiratton. LEGISLATIVE CANDIDATES
Bitting there in the deep shadows of --
the tox. Kathr.3 founil herself unexpect- And Delegates to the County Conven


*dlly united 1> the story of great love
which was being u.t forth on the stage.
"Ah. me!" she sighed ever and anon,
with quivering lip.
Whetn th,- denouement came, she for-
got herself quite and stamped her feet
and whistled, wh r,.as it had been her
resolve to applaud thus no more. but to
cry "Itirav," as they do in New York.
For Kathr> n was nit so intense a Chi-
cago girl a" not to aspire to better things.
-lJetruit Journal.
Por'c of Habilt.
"How Tritblet-s.n -hto;>s off hiis words'
Tou would think t. tiea;r him that it costs
anoney to talk :rin ti hat h, iiunist therefore
stMy everythingg inu tie shortest ok-.sible
Say."
"Obh. that', ,; nraitthlr illustrvaion of
the forti-"' lif .atit II, ihas lived in a
flat so lotr: lh:,t it h:,s l...-'on.i second
nature to hb.;; t. .nr1, i-. wthliriever such
a thing i, i,.-il!h."-Chicago Times-
HeralId.
TSo ittllle IFdltor.
A St.W;.tn crane! etp j
Two little ed Tley s-re art,',-r. a,,.1 ]t.. fit id asgreer .
T>y thtuZtt M a .. .. A sgreem
Tey were very naught3
1" hw Gohem some pier of glam.'" mid the
am.
**Ok. t me look through one'." mid the second.
The Class m y)ellkw.
The- 4a shor
Buth little edItors tu.n'd yellow.
Tle Gild turmwd yellow.
The" thofht all the world was yellow.
**"Lt** mse wo th!" taid enfe.
*- at'se h boUrr!" mid tht.
**Lt's palat all up l.k Injune'" mid the Lrst.
"'e'1l make our .,.' Jtued. That'll be red."
mid the Mt-tvnd.
"-**P 'ed ate eKr V n &tuff that he kills tater
bugs with." mid the firt.
"Aa we're yel..w an- sa& :" said the scood.


so theY dud
The cvw load a cvri mom
And the cog
New, did cowbsck
They didn~t isare father.
lk marn too Lw~y.
Sat, o1, they lead s"Cb1fun!


-New Tork Pre.
Depsrment Steere Atroetles..
"A piece of furniture like that," the
demure youug woman remarked. "hall-
ways looks well in a house, don't you

"Tea. ma'am," answered the solemn


tkon at Powelon, April 14.
Following are the candidates for
the legislature and the list of dele-
gates to the county democratic con-
vention at Powelton, April 14, en-
dorsed by the Workingmen's Demo-
cratic club:
For Ihe Legislature.
C. Moreno Jones.
H. C. Clopton.
Delegates to County Convention.
Precinct 12-H. H. Wicke, F. R.
Pou, R. A. Credille, Wm. Carmni.
chapel, Thos. 0. Rivers.
Precinct 13-J. F. L. Quira, Ar-
thur Johnson, J. C'. Avery, J. Whit-
idw Hargis, Jas. L. Sweeney.
Precinct 14-Gus Eitzen. J. E.
Baars, A. E. Zelius, H. G. DeSilva,
Jas. O'Brien.
Precinct 15-Thos. Johnson. John
B. Jones, F. E. Commyns, W. A.
Dut ham, H. A. Waters. 14m-tf

GOING DOWN HILL.
Peopi' suffering from kidney diI-
eases feel a graoual but steady lot-s
of vitality. They should lose no
time in trying Foley's Kidney Cure.
It i" guaranteed. W. A. D'Alem-
b rte.


THE CHURCHMEN.

The lRev. John Dow HIilla, rector of
Christ Elpiscopial church, Dayton, 0.. has
been appoInted university preacher at
Cornell university for June 10 next.
Professor Margoliouth of Oxford Is one
of the greatest scholars in England. lie
is a vigorous o)potnent of the higher criti-
cism of the Bible, and. although he is a
hlow churchman. he is a great admirer of
Archbisluhp I.aud.
The l ev. Dr. Mamnsell Van Rensselaer,
who was at outne time president of IIo-
bart college and who was a direct de-
scexdaut of the first ltnsselaer who
settled in this country, died at Lakewood
recently after a brief illness. Dr. Van
Rensselaer was born in Albany in 1815.
The Rev. Samuel Eliot. the secretary of
the Americun Unitarian association,
makes an appeal to Unitarians for near-
ly $4"X00,tU to meet various needs of the
denomination. Of this sum $100,000


THE DRESSY WOMAN.


There has Lbeen an uinprecvilnted de-
mand this souaIn fir t,,viv ainl fashion-
able black dr-is f::1 li'-.
Khaki fabri's nr :ainui:ug the popular
materials for spring wear. awnl it will be
found 'novcespaiy in vicry inst:-ance to re-
lieve this ugly samil col.Ir with white or
colored ,ilk or satin.
Many of the inodish spring Etons and
other jackets ha%'- narrow, medium
length stvl, nds in front, with short,
double reverse. on each side, reaching in
length a little below the bust.
Some of the smartest stre.-t gnnwns for
spring wear aie formed l if lhandsiome,
nui,,th finished costume cloth of light
weight, with the still fishio.nable deco-
ration of stitched straps of the same ma-
te ial.
In keeping with the revived fashion of
platiug dress natrials, the Norfolk
jacket*will reappear en suite, with killed
'ctuines of tweed, cheviot. frieze. zibe-
line, camel's hair, serge and other utility
fabrics.
One of the great French authorities
has said that, while many other effects
will vie with it, the overskirt will takl,
its place as a factor aiong other -jprirg
styles particularly suited to tall, sleudter
v women.
AmzOmg new French costunii of black satin faced cloth., ith a fitnis-h
of rows of white bilk stitching on skirt
edge and bolero or jacket, their. costurne
finished either with a boa of black and
white ostrich tips or one of black and
white chiffon and fringe.
On models for summer gowns appear
skirts alternately tucked and frilled in
horizontal rows, with perpendicular side
plaitings in clusters of five alternating
with one rather wide box plait, with a
mixture of fancy Lilt and fun pilaiting-,
the fabric tirst scalloped at the lower
edge or bordered with braid or ribbon. -


FOB STrAM DIVISION
PEN8ACOLA ELECTRICTERMINAL
RAILWAY COMPANY.
Trains leave Penaceola for the Little
Bayou, Palmetto Beaeh, Warrington. Navy
Yard and Fort Barranoa at
A6:1) a. m. arrive at Fort Barrancas 7:1 a.m
10:00 a. m. arrive at Fort Barrances 10:4 a.m
1:00 p.m.n arrive at Fort Blarrancas 1:46pm
8:1i p. m. arrive at Fort Barraneas 4:15 p m
6:16p.m. arrive at Fort Barrano 1 T:lOp m
* 8.10 p.m. arrive at Fort Barraneas 8:4 p.m
Trains leave Fort Barranoas for Penes-
cola at
7: 0 a. m. arrive at Pene"owa 8:15 a. m
11:00 p. m. arrive at Penaecolsa...... 11:46 p.m
2:OD p. m. arrive at Pen ola........... :46 .m
5:o00 p mi arrive at Pensacola . 7:45 p m
7:00 p. m. arrive at Pensaools......... 7:46 p.m
0*:46 p. m. arrive at Pensacoola....... -:50 p.m
*gaturdays only.
In effect Dec. lst, I99.
SUNDAY SOCLDUDE.


Leave Pensmola.
*a.m.
11 a.m.
1p.m.
3p.m
3p.m


Lv Fort Barrassmes.,
10a.m.
n m.
2p.m.
*p.m.
Ap-..


6p.n m p m.
6p.m. 6p.m.
6p.m. p.m.
PAR PFOR WEKK DAYS.
Pensacola to Fort Barrancas and return 46e
Pensacola to Navy Yard and return...... No
Pensacola to Palmetto Beach and return 1e
PARR FOR OUMDAY
feansaoola to art Barranaes Navy
Sard and return Me
Peasaeola So Palmetto Beach and
return 15e
No freight received after 3:15 p. m.

GRAND EXCURSION


.New York ost. To Greenville, Montgomery and Bir-
iningham, Saturday night, MarcL.
Eugeno J. Hall, the poet and pub- 31. leaving Union Depot at 10:30 on
lisher, says that one dcoe of olev's regular passenger train. Fire for
Honey and Tar restored his voice round triD: Pensacola to Mont-
when hoarseness threatened to pre- gomery. S3.. ,; to Greenville, $3.50;
when hoarseness threatCened to pre-Music to Birmingham, $5 From Can -
vent his lecture at Central Music tonment same as Pensacola. Parties
oo-, W A. D'Alotheb ert lse desiring -leeper will apply to ticket.
oo Aagent in time. Purchase tickets at,
r ___ --__ -- ticket office. Tickets good for five
S PARKE Adays to return:on any regular pas-
N ,amALSME senger;train. Forjfurther informa-
._Ow h. tion apply to


IN EFFECT JANUARY 27. IWoo.

No.:. No. 2. No. 1.
12i:A noon I I:2tipnim Leave ..... Pensaola .....Arrive 4:15lpm
2-, p m 1- :.'0 night Arrive.... Flomton ... Arrive 2I:4 p ni
4:12 p ini ;:iLa n m Arrive....... Mobile ..Arrive 2:~ noon
'.at pm I T7:44 a m Arrive...New Orleoan. Arrive 7:14a n
*:(11) p III ;:i) a m Arrive Montgomery .. arrive ll :9 a i
' a:aItn n1 7:1t p m Arrive Nmabville.. Arrive ::.1 a it
12:!50 noon I 2.;; a m Arrive~ Lonlville ... Arrive 9:12 pm
4:4i p in I 7:i5Sa m Arrive ('inenDatt ..Lav. 6:4p m


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No0. L, I No. 3.N o.
11 :55 nught T :uIN)a m .... .. ..pansacola Iinp III I :
12-94,n ig ht 7:3l4 a nt Milton iu. p III
4:M ta m 9:25 a ni iDel'urxak Springs 't 1p m
d:N n 10:04 a m Cbiple4y f.~pnum
7:45) a III 11:15a m marianna.. .i'tpnm
14:15 a 111 12:415 noon .River Junction .7:: p im I
........ :43 pm ....Tallahassee . .3:13 p m
.... .. ..... 7:36p m ..... ..Jacksonville . 9.3 a m


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THE DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MARCH 24, 1900


PAINE'S CEhERY


* STRENGTHENS TIE TIRED


When the stomach, liver and kidneys are tired
and without nerva energy, the body is poorly
nourished. suffers lassitude and pain. Paine's
Celery Compound is a medicine compounded to
restore nerve energy, to strengthen the stom-
ach, liver and Kidneys. Read testimonials.

MISS CARRIE G ATKINS. Saz Harbor. N. Y..
W It*'%: For c : la t\'. vcar-. I 1hav'c ucn invcrv
poor hcal:n, with weak stm.ach. >!.z-. li'a aches. nn
strength., no ap;::' a. ,. nc: i n suec- a shat-
tered s:ate that I 'J i not bL.ar any n, :S I .wa;
under tne .' ,:*,r s Lare ir a long tr- e, Lu: cdil not
get well. One L, t>1 of Pairc's C!cry Cnompound
has strengthenlc m :nv .-:-rves very n uci, ar(." I now
fccl like another wrin iin. It has helped me wonderful'v
and I a 'i -c a'! \\. : ar- wv.ak and nervous to us- it.


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;n ::.- -:.: ': .on of i e Tta:ne says
.- :--!" tb *n- biu sTIve ;:ttul3 e cf
the .:, s :errs hoou.i be accepted
w;:3 .. lre large proportion
.of -ba :et* lrfteror weaD .ua bein.
turned in byr ,nnu to iue Brinttn is
giving the impre.sniu tr3at tOe largest
fqoreo of modera Mas.rs are being ccn-
3ealed."
i-e Ootounk's special corr.spozdea;
at Cape Town seTs:
Feelag Ma running strong against
tim lenioney wish whion reteis of. Cape
Colony and Nasal are being treated by
the brinean athbontAe."
R prt-d Capture of Galmer'.
Los DN-. aLirch z3.-No eonfirmation
haa been received of a very sensational
stary emanatiat from the Boer camp at
KroooMtadt that (Oeneral Gatacre and
his staff. with a number of guns. have
been captured by Commandant Olfvier.
As a matter of fact, a news teegram
from Springrleid shows the British to
nave been there at a date later than that
of his alleged capture.

French Fighting Eastward.
Los.N., March 23.-Acccrding to a
Cape lown dispatch, dated today, Gen-
era: French's cavalry brigade is fight-
ing eastward cf B.oemfoniein.
,..crria DAWs.O., Ga.. March 23.-Fire was
discovered among the cotton in Perry
& Roberts' warehouse at 8 o'clock last
night. A box of matches was found
near the burning cotton and the tie,
cut from two of tm bales, to loosen the
cotton. so that they would burn quickly,
showing that the fire was of incendiary
origin.

l:ul+*- f,) L 'i tr f,.it. full w, '. hav, cimn-
Fl-:*-I t :r t ,-nz ty-fi:-t y-tar and.j
w i v- ini 1 ),ii; th,-hir -ixtith
Vy..tr. .ti .1 roa-. n1 ,t -X-ex ptc;m -d fr, ID
S **, .'._ ,.:: n '.. fa-t:t by -.]tkij---.
.. i *** k r other vh-f 1 t ii l w; r<-:.-
-. : -. ,w n,,i! -(I tto f-4-t ,n l :t.1
S* < .-I ,t. **hc. i;t -ut,,t y -.
()<'i t.u-.- 'lda but ,i1- fuil mi -ai i-
.'u-:,,n; :tlow- a cup ,f cofltT-". *.-a
**.r t!: it er..'.,ta*t anrid a ,mnall 7pi-c'-
**f bread ,r a crack.-r. to be tak-,i in
th~e'- i.ir:ini; and in the evenita-. ;a
(soll fi *n. i'.t .-x..-s-diisir the fourth
part (of an ,rdij4ry mii1el, i- allowed.
At thl- c',ilati,,n. butter. '*b-e-.-.
mnilk. -r- and all kinlds of fruit.
ti-h andt ve-stab!es are allowed.
\'! -n the- principal mnal cannot
withait grave i:,convenienc. be-
rt:k--n at non. i: i. I',rmissible to
tsk.- t, e* collation in the morni,,g
a i, tt.e dinner in the evening.
Ab-tit.-,,c* 'rotn th'e l-e of tle-h
i- j ii-d ,,tn eli the W'edne-daVy-
an:l Frida ,,f L.*-,t rid on the '-
urday of Emzh Week aid on Holy
sn*siirdey.
Tht- u-v of lard i- allowed in cook-
Fi-h and t!'-h are not allowed at
tii* -.mtLLte- mr-l. evenl o11n ?n:d.lday,.


E~rc~~ c'.~e~milk alid h'i'T*r may
be usetd every day. tout ah-itino-nt~c-
? r.'isi a l'5 t.'. -rec, ijiiie-.dfd on1
(;3,-(j l-'idla~v.
Pert-ni. 'f.,exem-ptced fri-m #I,- ho sis
'icl rf-: tictir1011-if u-Pirs: Ihi .at hb
*'111t'4ka (lav o51 tIhe da'.- 3 wiif, W-h. II.-
U-- of m.-dlt i p-r mimt.d by di-pel.. -
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U~i'~" fX' u-'Jbv -d' tie-- r ott.e.-
Tai- pa.-ch~a I tin-~. in which I','
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CORPOU$D!PLOMER RETIRES
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Engli'sh Note; r-ttin NWav-; Ti-rlue
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No~. :>-o South P:addf..x l-tre-et.
Medical Socsiety. .4tto'nt on.


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the se o',"'" r. .r.Tuaaiayv. Marc.. -'
Viaitinr paysiclaue are cor
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families as well. Dis return it k '-x-
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enter into the -piri: ut ii:- hoir -i
son of Lcen: by voluntary acts .:ac
tiflcation.ponanceand ~~ raz':,.A
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lisnt.;. in, honcir of tlhe iirrd ~ !
our (Uirme !avior.
Tho~e who entertai.. .!'&v ri-w.
bie d'1..uht ,about their ,s r1'7 :i..r z

their 1'a.--or or enrfpf-e' -s. .r sI.-
EDWARD P. Axl ::N.
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MARCH 24,1900.


UlK


ADVflJITIS ,S.


How the Daily News' Best Pa-,
trons Are Prasperi-ng.

Tbunergtotlis tff o rtg, a R .stti',VlHa%
Sau.'t-vol oImveIwLIMl Ar er time Hool
days. and iesiinee. iseekinit Those'
WhoInvi ite- it Tiartoasgm aliteCod
Umns..40 Thme %-% too.
Cohen, Fri'&, -'lnia.. "' C.). r- e
celviaig ant i-ltt.. Ih I.-t
novelti-it 1!1ira e-i'nz .,ml Tr .
have a no-w trimaai-r in to--v i.,llit -
ery department w."..);-m at.. -x;,' r : ,_d
p~le i' .-a!u-1 -!-a,'c *. in _- .. .:: ."
for thf- op4 i!7 !1g.


the day in ahoea.
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to-d. iv. Tl'-V- .* U.
!-to oc k 'of 4 11 .......~.
call for..
Hal I & K: n:- ..'
cent-sat tli-1*v: ua .I..~..~&
vcee their s:ock.
Read th' b rc d o.'f C. 11. G .
zalez &At SomnlIIImthi- i!-.-u(.
31ar-etota & laiait. i. .
of local rea..liiz n.i' *,-- I!, !,i- m-.:a-
M~.-. Schwirtz. pro)i; lt )r of aa-
People' S totre. ijs-.4!elitiorfre--,. It-
goodis at a cl~oit-r --f'taa ,or :a 't
than ever b,,-f-)re aiAIt#.-ie j c~m-e-
quently domitmr :ar!i-h.ai: bli-m -t--s.
His stock i-i coimpe.-to.mtijlhi- polir..
"e"leoplemJewall ca.-f.hy -6-W'a N. vU
ala the taitny atr~Acriv-" z,
they bare to off.-r.
t~oI Cahn & Co. hav-e onra of the
rLeate--t and ano-t aittrAct '.. .r*--tv
-;t.ore Ain P'-n-acolai. They carry a.
fine stock tif all -fmrtz of tdaantie* and
they oxell tfic-an at reo-.rvrvarotistble
I mices. A-k thmt-i .,-liw v'ou am
0. If. Pryor 'yBi r~r~:!sn Furniture
-1 -atoi a Ie I t U; 'p!F toi 114- ned !..
i fie Furl,.-- -t. ,-v,-r lt-
h;:.l e wein ) -+ -.m 1. -v 'a !, *I%- ta'
-*a...tetoi fit:Im-w *. r:a-; i
leW ,it :ic--. .2.0 2-w.a.J-1~a
:-poectthai t.l.
Quite a twiUii)--r I t-
.-.peciaal to sr.. i.,!1. .!l t--ih'v viri. u-
bou-inei.- farmita- .I -do] ml *--f Iti-'n.
The nl maa.'mrv ir-t 41 .- tB, wo-r-
A Kraso- a- usdve.rt.-' .1A Iaths-Z i.;ItP.
y'-ii to let !iaan qu '. .a;iracec.
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.-. li ., a .-* My wif+e hat-; iw,-11
*~~fo tei--frliv-- 1--ariL t h it O-
.aild noit t:arn at' *-r in ho-d al-one.
ft.-r u-im..r t wol -:l tof Elpo--rrac
~ ter.. i-1~ W(iildt-ifully imapromved
i'tn I abi"t tmodoi her town work.'' This
-upretiacr+-e-tdE-lyfootf-nailt- lis-ita-e-
quickly cures-. ai-r'.-.mi~n*"'. lea--
Ea o-. nlaaaclo.y. twadactie. back-
ache. faintim., atd dizzy apellit. This4


A MONG


I4'lor,1l.at n"irmi r-' ite?!ltut..
LtKr CITV. F.a.. 3-srh ; -: -Arrange.
=,c-ats are Leing ma-ie for a state :arm-
-rfn' :nstitu'e, to be be.d here on April
i. .s a 4, *l to close tne present institure
n Ee.t -ou. E acu .li-t uZt cinss .i ; 'u~ r;--ts, so tuat p r-
.-is nnolt ...sp)s3-i ', ipad tnhre days
rni-y eiec: 'lie day .:r watch tevy are
partca. sr.y interec:id. Ali rai.roads
,!i the state wilt lurunon ronnitrip rick.
-tI lor one fare. and hotel, in Lake
Ca'y wit greatly reduce regular prices.
Tha4 police as cjrdtiaiy invited to at-
Leud.


iniracle working Illg nll"(inlioe a .. -.--
,end to we :k. -ickly. runI plo. Ev,-ry bottle uaranteed. Only A:N,z% S C. March 23 -Aiken is to
&uoeent. ISold by W. A. JAlexia- have a new hotel. I he new hotel will
berte, I)ruirgi-t.
..( go up on the Pozuanski property. lo-
LYNCHING IN TENNESSEE. cated on the northeast corner of Park
avenue and Chesterfield street. The
Negre Wlese"o It Muerder Came is sme of the hotel has not yet been de-
Haage,4 by a Meb. sermamed on. but it will contain not less
RIPLK, Tenn., March 2S. This than 70 bed rooms. 25 or 30 parlors and
il t eatheoiy as many bath rooms, arranged in suites
mmr m te ears of the city t and that it wil be an p-to-date high-
bedy of a egro. Louts Rice, was found clam hoteL The hotel will be built by
dagltg ftro a limb of a tree. Mr. W. R. Travers and Mr. H H Hun.
The lyachiaug rew oat of a trial ina the newell. Jr.. and will ooss about $00.000.
les oanr of Lauderdale cosaty. dur- shot the Sbow Mae.
mg, de *omee of which BUe testl* la DoIa., Ala., March 3. -Lee Deal,
laver of ee of his color. who was&l
hmrged with the murder of a white a yeoeg white man living here, shot
man samed Goodrtch. the manager of George's show during
the performance. Deal had some troeb!e
D bate Poe poa.d. with him and about the time the per-
ATNzEs. Ga, March 23.-The annual formance was winding up. Deal shot
debate between the University of North the man twice, both shows entering g the
man's side. Deal w*as arrested by the
Carol and the University of Georgia sheriff ad put in jaiL It is thought
ha been osetponed until Aprii by re- his victim will die.
quest of North Carotmlna. The subject -
for debate as: "The E:glish in South We have saved many doctor lbi!l-
Afriesa; Is Toer Course Justifiable?" since wo began using Ciaminberla:t'-
0eorgma defends the natives. & Hame Cough Riemedy in our li.'iin. \VW
Smith and Emory Weddington will keep a bottle op)'ni all the ti':nt- a.'l
reprwsset (eorgia. Bath are speakers wh-enevtr any of my family or in.v'-
of recognized merit. elf hoiini to * 1 el.-v s. ame. uj- the C7ough RIm-dy., a;nd ws a r,-
lo ..-, th-i. Ltbkr l c i -r .ave to ,s-nd away for
BEILs.S, March :3 -Tne Asrarians i doctor ;and incur a larcp du,-tor
a"e discussing ways and means of per- bill. for C'ihaimberla.ti' Couzh Itf-:-
,auaingthegovernment to aid in re- ,.dy ; ,ever f:al- to ,u:. It ai e-r-
heving the farm labor famine. The tw.,rh.-i D. n- MEfAI:Ki I. t';-lara 1
agricultural chamber prouaoss that the *R.c(haIt tI,. Iari., r. 11..t:i H*.i-
government should appropriate a large ', c.i ',,.. I'. l. r' -.1. v 11 r,-
sum for settling laorers i sne country ,. '; o,". .x -r. :.


aun asks i20. 0,00. marcas as a bDgan-
Dang for lthssa alone.
-**f rder will .a" I';pa- :!: in
t!, ttil th,.mn-elve's Iini --- e\;i-, \i
H<*d'< "Sareap;'rill. .

Xothin so vcthsoji'a onme
as handsome Ifurniture.
.larston Finch hare an
in nen se stock f or you to se-
lect from and they will sell
it to you on long time and
easy payments.


BLOODY WORK OF A NEORO.
*e Murder a Weas msad Her tve
ttltge Chlldre*.
l aLtUH. March 3L-Early this mzra-
ing. at Gerers, 6 miles oeat of this alty,
Tom Jones, a negro commonly known
in the county as "Preacher" Joames.
murdered Ella Jones and her eldest
daughter. Ida Jones, and then set fire
to the bed in which the bodies of the
murdered victims and four others, all
children ranging an years from a baby
I month old to the largest boy. who
was not more than 5 years of age. The
was done with an axz.
The house was completely destroyed
by tire.
The dead are:
E la Jones. the mother, aged 33.
laa Jones, 13 years old.
Josie Jones. ; years old.
Nancy Jones, 3 years old.
Clever Jonei, 2 years old.
An unnamed baby, 1 month old.
Jones has be.tn arrested and lodged
in jail.
BURKS HAS SKiPPED TOWN.
Leaves a to M.orn fis D itr',ur-.
MONTG,'im::Y, Ala.. March 2;: -J. H.
Buries. a wii known young man in
business and social circ.es, has skipped
;own. leaving behind a large number of
creditcrs, an unpaid board bi.. and a
bea=tifu. Modtgomerv beile to whom
:ie wes engage t > b mni:rried.
I urs came here from Brunswick.
*3-. s-veu unt:.a azo Ho brougnu
wi'.i nui n-.'h recocamOndations both
s ; ) '.: cn:traci -a'. 3<. l., go, .ovkt aud winning
.:Lirn-i'rs c._rtrA hiau a onag wars
,iuAI h- rece.v-d rue hand uf we!.
n:i every *anre. Not iug carter n.s
.L .ent iu ,c;i circ:es here he met
' -:au:iful vyuug gir,. woo :s a dec'.d-i
:3av;ri: In >c.ety. lierel, in love w ta
.ar. and when hi aske2 fLr her hand in
u:arritag :' sAid it was .raontc-. R .-
::u.r L a s it ta..ts te date uf the tar-
riage wa s set for next wn.u;h.
MISS EL'ZABETH VAN LEW.
Vi ted Fed, r.tl py Is CrittIC41y 111
I I! cheniond.
RauiMnmo) March 23.-Miss Elzabeth
Van Lew. wnooe loyalty to the Union
cause during the civil war attracted the
sttentioa of -ineral Grant, is quite ill
bere The devotion of Miss Van Law to
-be federal soldiers and the aid rendered
;me cau.-e tnduoed General Grant. when
i-a became preaiden., to appo.ut Miss
Van Lew po(miastres of tue capital of
the confederacy. Tots lady not only
rendered va.uab.* assaitance to the fed-
eral oioers who tunnelled their way
out of old Libby prisoua nere. but kept
G_-aersi Grant informed of many im-
portant movements in Richmond dur.
mg the w.ir.
Isaporlant ln.lustry R{vlv-d.
Sar )i.i). Fla.. March 23. Hinry
C-reeu. a wealthy :umber dealer of Bos-
ton. and a winter resident of Altamonte
-prangs, has purcba.ed the Sanford
NY.veaiy w >rks. owue.l by George W.
M1idd.ekauff. ani wial tmmediate!y com-
meuce t1) operAte them Mr. Green
pur.n-uaed to Dinkel mill property rast
week. and rne nove.ty works will be
run in connecnon with the mitl. This
wt:l revive an important iunustry in
'-anf(,rd on a iarge scale, as the entire
product wi.i be snipoed to Mr. Green's
.uwtier yards in Boston.


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D.'y Blow. to Ate...
RocKwooD. Team.. March L-Fraak
Day. a white laborer who was as work
on the TenUmee OCentral railroad, as*
tempted to dig a dynamite cartridge
from a drill hole that had failed to ex-
ploie. The cartride exploded and
Day was blown to aroms, it being diffi.
cult to find enough of tao remains for
burial.
Town )Destroyed by Fir..
VILTORIA, B. C., March 23.-Kunks-
nook, a town of 1,000 inhabitants, at
the terminus of the Crows Nest pass
and Nelson and Bellimgon lines of rail.
way. nas been destroyed by fire. ren-
dering the most of the people destitute,
whose wants are being supplied by citi-
sens of neighboring town.
New Ratlrond P,.'J sterd.
CHERAW. S C., March 21'.-?ne pro.
jected railroad from here to Lancaster
has been placed in the hands of Steven-
son and Matheson. attorneys for the
road. who nave gotten oat a prospectus
and are making an effort to Unanc it.,
so as to secure the early completion of
this important Ihue.
Brodae iani( I 't q(.i-rur M31tched.
MEMPHIS, March 3.-Captaiu C. A.
Talies, the well known turtman, is in
Memphis lie has arranged a match
race between F. W. Brode, the Schorrs'
crack California campaigner. and Paddy
Tom;iason's pet coit, The Conqueror,
for a 530 purse.
Cir rillimCotton Miill Ch1trtered.
COI.!P.I.A, S. C., March 23.-The
Almeta cotton mill at Brad;ey, Abbe-
vyile county, has just been incorporated.
The capital s:ock is i1O.uOO, with priv-
ilege to ncreise to $o#,Oc'O.
N11!1: i'F.NC'ING.
F-'r t!,.h i xt :, day-V A. .1. W at-
kin- will ,,rrl#r irt.iaiieiital wir-.
ft-ncini iat -uci.h low ric .-c s it will
-urpri-e t-v.-il body. You 'i i all.v
any kind, friin 2 fe.t to 4 fee-t hi;i:
or you can get the he-t mild chiapelit
iron fencing of all kinds. Whe-n
you desire fencing of anv kind done
Ilave your order at Win. Johnson &
Son's for mie anid %ot will save
money and get first-elaas guaran-
teed wrrk. A. J. WATKIrIS.
13mlm.

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


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


27-inch ZI.hy-.r (ih:tn., our
price ..........------............... -'
36-itnch Si ain;mg 1'-real., our
price .......................... c
:1*3-inch Very She,-r White Lawn.
our price ...................... S' c
27-inch C('-.ek N ain-ook. our

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Pi*9 *.o r ] ;- ..... ...... 10c
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; rice ... .......... .... .........- l
.;.-ine l Solid a ::A:.l \ hit Duck.
Siur ict....................... 1
1 Yard-VWide a !-iaid (',.tto.a
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No better Cigar for O
the money made-DUR-
IT A lI -o + TVA1 am h^avta'@a C 0:LNT Ms -" rM.1 L [G


Calicos


Domecstics


AT THE OLD PRICE.


No Advance'


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'1Pi 1,4 Lte-t ('alla-,) at....
Do( 4 :-hec-mana:. Heavy, at .......1.
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-$1." 'I jaard Ul
Laidit'- t Iaik--,accIt 'i--
It a-t hadle- at #1 75 a ad ~a
Tn) arrivo- duringmatrr- we-ak I t
I ate-t-1ty~e-- in L-idit--' am d ( imr tn
titrw iHat-a aid rm al,,r- ;al-,i2'
rtill-a New Spring MNat ing,-1 at 1!
15 anid 211'1,#-r yald.


Remember the Place,


nABES


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GOODS.


We are prepared to welcome our
home and visiting people to see our


prmg Line wmc we are eiOLving V
| rapidly.


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



Our Stock is Iese!

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Si ] ;///'/ / >7fill '
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SA big line of Ladies' and Children's
Slippers just received.


Th In Men's. Ladies' and Misses' Footwear i
we are the Leaders.


SlMillinery, l

^C- -f
(,7,-.1t, urni.h.and (nl lotb ,,-/ 2, n almost ^
G'ivf'ln .,Away .


0 The finest and most complete line of
SCarpets, Mattings, Curtains, Window
Shades, Etc.


S Youn are Cortially Iivitet to Vi; Cnr Mainmot Estabislhmnnt .


We are Invincibles in Low Prices
This makes our Success.


Mail Orders Pronmptly Attended to.
Trade Discouut of o ,. on all Ca-h Purcia.--. :.


SCOHEN, FRIEDMAN & CO. ;



W. B. WRIGHT COfDPANY,
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Spring Line of Up-to-Date


I)re.'s Goods,


o1"G- 105 S. Palafox Street,


YDUR5 FOR BARGAINS FROM NOW ON,


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