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NEWS.


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 26, 1900.


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'.er- 1 1111:MIJituie people are be-
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iwaronvar'z..'i and (_inersii:
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1. wa~ilp (11-9!3jerm in [ne east-
!0 1nAve l.&4n ordered to raily
.-'Ur'&. 1241.' AWaFJ 'if Ladybrand
p S.ilas Froo 541e. goubtiess
Si~ew Of arttenaptng to iater-
-un(--.e of the forces comn-
*!,v iAtvrl JV'bertes amd Goueral
%na'tter H-o'r force as Faure-
*uth wee: o: 1Ioamfoutoemn. is in
mo-nc1. so Lhe southern part of
--1g lies Stato is not yet sub.-


*aries Pars-aon. commanding a
S the wet-rn dasar-ct corn-
;.. : 'aadians and others, has ar-
: t *" Van Wycklet. between which
: -nbardt a fore of tusurgents are
v- r'-1 to be intreached.

I' -at of (.Gemtn WoodSt*.
%. March 14-Advicem received
-". 0aU0unooe the death in the Moot
= '-,: of General Sir Eward w cod-
Pin. who was wounded in an engage-

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or I., -it) men were brought to .rrank-
rcw. Ttvn'.v were ied back 0& the state
hocip. Captain Davis and Chiatlea Fin-
.~ .r~ anigthle Pr-(,Vil~.4ou.

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WATSON IS THEIR CHOICE.
Popullts )lay Nouaimate (I;-orglan
PFor tho Presidency.
IV 1 A.o It M.treh ',4. Henry
WV,:er of the middle-of-the-roai l'o'r.


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L~.~a~~oN, L.. March :.! -.id
iarartion rf Atiorney Tziotuas J. Ctaxp-
beid. chioi at;oriiey iu the proiccution2


structu;o o) uf o :i'ie.-pvct too i a d t
r.V"Ev )I 11 h-t of NVIALl& Gioebel, that the uas~n who


pruce uy nir scsex.,%L1 i. not ou~y Ere


with .1tir gr'--.t ri ~t d I du-trie; ~ ~
W 'ill C31 t IXP'..ct tit --1100L.' :-ea irplic-ated 1 IL t.T~aq c.~urircom was
-I. t'1lulL. 1:' r." *r r.tntoi.jammed 'song hbs..o-re tht li. our set for the
Promlo~ya f., -w fpret:tfm exasminatton sand wnen tno do..rs were
US W"'I1d .., affoarded !fthli*finally &cazo cow re-Ane
p-l"dil( Z. .ilipplillz b:11 he-ret)2'.tl agoc drmie
;v.-tii.:ena ili.e jcur -hiphtiulders Lil utwi'etmnyitrbta h
Iid;I- cs...-:tply-I-.a' iywliere el'o- Js hrt~ioa nrbt h
III t !le W'1Ill. hut Liackinig stitdetense vuil xntrodutie is not known.
-ilk'2. A :Al;- I Ii` ta.r~will ho[i) Zii 2-1.but unless Go~deu'le to-tim m~y proves
~~'ga J....aili:i .'air .ditiii t Iisensational, it is cons4idierel probable
t)vf-ireignatr42:.-ii the .ratr~ary
'r-hiip- ri.2 i:o :dt~ 2 : h the defenive will Lubtzuit the case with.
\ *:i. lit 4i:!). r : 11211 :.1th. ij out any erguai,3Zt.
... :at- n~i' d-i"a-r ~''z ti : ecroturv Power'.iva; the only one
*.il~i..ti 't NiI ii ll '' liiof M-ao uefendlints briiugdit into court
ti.~e fi. a.. w.all a h~r~'* Io~iay. F. WIllartoin Ci lden of B31ar.
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It.L. X Y A :.r A a- LinursvzhAo was sworn as the first wit-
2 -41' -,- ', i I t fl~ et'..H-, aidl be hal known Secre.
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t.l.(-- .WNL. t. 111*ko n1 1 was aIo m ,
quam' i ,',.i:a iCGover.;or Tayvcr and
C.a;tu;t .u;ohn 3L' v:'-r0. lHe .sa:i ie was
a guol ir.eud o ahli of the defendants.
1J.- iai ;u Frasuktort 'n Jauuary and
l'etruary and saw Sacretary aud John
Powers nearly every day. Hie was in


., :i ;i ;, i ":'i-.l a.: ll.-., 'rankfcrt on Jau. :4 aid went to liar-
S: w r- t:- -. w-r I iin. iau touuty on Jan. h1I. tuea went to
.v., t. ii:., w\;,.- *r titii;il *x- L urel county tor two or three days,
.,,t ],-'1.T|'11 eti'.l>Vctii r i- ovvr- Iroua there returning two Fraun;ort.
i;. a~i; pi i:)l-ca n for woi k. At tae opening ot has testimony Gol-
4';.- ;..,.il--Ilnl lit"av a tl!-:.dJ ap;I li,.d den sated in reply to quebtious that
1 1ipl viym.int, b 0t1 otnl tif:y wtl'f. Colonel Powers had instructed linm to
-,et to work to-dav. go to iaria,n to selo-t 10 witnesses in
the ooatest case. These witnesses were
si-lllNG M <'lHillts, to be some of the regular mountain
-- feudists. Consinuing witness said:
.1 Nunalw-r ,if Thenm Ie urn to Work "Wel. r.en who would stand up and
a a ot<- try nitroenint. if nose*sarv go into that legislative hall
toaaSatact buy Agreement. and kill off enough Democrate to make
C('< i M.trch :. .-Two htun- it in our tavus.
,lred and 'ixtv-flvt of tihe sftrikin 1 'I did no esee Mr. Hirtt. I saw Mr.
Howard. I toxd him we wanted ten,
iai:chiini-ts resumed work at the regular mountain feudiste or wtesses.
Sie mens & Hiol.ke work. thii miorn- TnTas s all I told him. I told Hamp
i:ic. the- fnir -i~tnini the aareeir elit. Hcward the kind of witness wanted
whlichl twh' trikers s'ay meets all de- were men who had goid "Colsa" forty-
itatid-. Thie machinists auy this fives.
agr-o.lielit fore.lir-dows a settleniett "Were the colts to be put in evi*
,f th,- general "trike in Chicago. denoe*" asked Attorney OampbelL
.-. "Moss assumedly they were," an-
Or. Bull's Cough Syrup has saved many a swered Goidan.
I ,.* It cani always be relied on to cure the In reply to a question Golden said he
Juirgero oup r anAd whooping notiih. 1 did not know she witnesses who came
Ci..i' ;ritla e iate relief land sh.-.ld be k.pt
.: i.ver)y bone. It only costs ic2 a ltitte. to Franktort. He delivered the mees
sage to Howred a ew days before Goe.
Fabt Mall Wrecked. bel was about on a Sunday preceding
she shooting.
AT:.ANTA. March 2C.-The fast ma:l Replying to a question Golden said:
"%n itle Atrtita arld Wet Point rail- "Is eaw Golden on Tuesday. I got on
way was wrecked this morning be- the train as Ferris. Laurel county.
:ween Wezt Point and Opelika. Ala. He had a couple of men on the train
Expre-s. Messeniger Oslin was killed named Pease and ILokett. He told me
ai.id l'ar:,'trman Blunt wasI badly to ake care of them. I nexteawPow.
injareu. Four car-< were derailed. eOr in F ranbfor I don't remember
what oonvereation we had then."
A Million Millar Yee. "Who selected the men who came
:w i .K. .Ma.rch I2..--It i- .st ,i d from Harlan county?"
:i tt. \V o thi or11 iIII,,) that I.)w- "Hamp Howard. Hle selected 80 men
.r I .ill will rt.-eve a fr *if a iiil- besides the ten. Caleb Powers, Ithink,
i,.r 1!lArs foi' r fcit ui tof ..tr i- -lected men from Knox county. There
i-Fick ettlen-nt, were about 70 or 80. Jim Sparks,
.. .... t.. county attorney in Laurel county, se-
Rich tolt rFind at ID-.won. elected the men from Laurel county."
When was it determined to bring
DAWsoS. Ga.. March 4.-While bor- the men to Frankfort?"
ung the artesian well at the Dawson oil "I don't know."
oomnpress plant a strata of coal was "'W, stormed you they were
struck. Contractor Tansley, who is want d?"
siklung the weil. says that tue strata is '~,.eb Powers. I saw him in Lon-
.,,) I eet below toe surface and as tJ feet dlC:. lt said he wanted a regular
in del'a. arn N' o conie to Fr.ntkrtrr.
"..o iv.n u mean Uittd States army
..w i i* For ('arollton. m 11"


CA! :;:' ILTON, (iS. March L4.-A oot.
ton nrhi wtn 't.O o cat,.:al is to be
estabitsha d here. Locai capital entirely
is to puah tuia a nw enterprise to suc-
ce-s It I& es:,c' t..aitt a;l of the
Stock w'i* ,e t.144 : Li t ';rc.ll county.
T will re-'ir r u ir .at, !, s i, q
'-welry in first-.-la- style. J. I.
Stephens.
We have mov*d *o II S. Palafox street.
We ar *a permanent fixtu-e here. AI!we
want is a small part cf your patro'ege.
Call and lookat our instruments. THEY
ARE BEAUTIES.
JPsa Fre Plalo & Or[a C.,
11 8. Palafox Street.


S. ', Nmcuntaiueer."'
lu answer to a turth-r question ha
,'i Powers ;yzve him 15J to give to
Judge Bingham in 1 bei county.
"I gave some of it to Bingham to
seud ten men aown to Frankfort," said
GolUen.
The witness identified a receipt for
$Wo given by Bingham. Witness also
said be gave Howard $73.80 for ten
tickets to Frankfort and return. He
knew some of the men from Bell
oouaty. A good many of them were
mountain feadista In all about L200)

TO CURE A COID IN ONE DAY
rake LA.xstive Bromo Quinine Tablete. All
lruggimts refund the money if it fall tc
rure. E. W.U rove's signature is cn eacf
box. 25c.


headed toe conspiracy to murder the
DIcmoc:-'.ic lc der is i hiding in the
muunaains and that it will require 3,000
men to arrues hun, has turunea ail eyes
toward Joan L Powers, superiutendent
of schoo s of Knox county. an.l brother
of Gaieb Powes., the Repubhcan secre-
tary of sette, % au is now under arrest
and in jail at Frankfort.
The first warrant issued was for the
arrest of John Powers. I: was sent to
the sheriff or Knox county for service,
but the arrest; uas never bsen made.
The coonlessacn or Sergeant Golden.
who is trom I' )wrs' home, Barbour-
ville, has crear t vo factiosoastreand
may result in cusing Powers' arrest by
securtug to the arresting officers the
sytupatria o( the Goi'.en action. It is
?aid Joan L Powers aud has friends
wil re.:si arrest to the last, ;and jtus
how to orlug about the sane is puzzling
tIr' ai.ttiorniie1i. It has beon considered
advni-:ibI. to raise an army of 3.uUo, men
unti-r A-Ijtrant General C.GistiAu.nit to
+.) ;:;i: ou. .~cif u-ter after Pt.weri.

"T, i.- Ino little enl ei ." Iittlh
iilp'r i'i- in the blood iarve iourct-
of ..r.* dnieffr aniid sh'tild be (x-
pI l tI by Hood's Sar.aprill;. ,1)i7

Iloters Sentencted to Prisoia.
FORT DEFRANCe, Marrh 24.-The
persous arrested during the last distur.
b.ances here charged with unlawfully
interfering with the right of labor at
LaSnadan. have been sentenced by the
correctional tribunal of Fort DeFranoe
to term varying from six months to
one year in prison. Those arrested at
Troise Rivere were sentenced to six
months' imprisonment.
Ex-Governsor Stone lil.
Ho.LL. ritians. Misa., March 24.-
Ex-Governor John M. Stone is seriously
ill at the home of his niece, Mrs. Ernest
McKw. Hli arrived here Sunday ill and
weak and immediately went to bed and
has been more or less delirious ever
since. His physician does not conceal
hbw anxiety as to the final issue of the
case.
)od at Age of 101.
EvIr.noRtt. Ala., March ;'4 -Mrs.
Dicey Barlow, perhaps the oldest woman
in Alabama, died at her home in this
oaoutv March 2u. She was born March
i7, 17i9, being 10t years and .3 days old.
8be bad enjoyed remarkably good health
antil a year or two ago. when she sus.
tamied a fa.1 that cr.pp.ed her up.


Art't I 11V ll -tr i *f. C )00,(o.
RKo. Nov.. March '4 J. V.
Schweitzer. a young artist of this place.
has fallen heir to a fortune of about
$500.000. bequeathed to him by hias
uncle, John Bry.tn Grilli.h, wao re-
cently died in India.
Bank Robbers -rur,. $4,000.
HARDY, Neb., March 24.-The State
bank was robbed by burglars early to.
day. They blew open the safe and se-
cured $4,000. The robbers escaped.
Parliament Prorogued.
VIENNA, March 24.-The premier, Dr.
E. Von Kerber, has sent the presidents
of both house of the reichorath notice
proroguing parliament March 2.
exposure to Wet. (lIumpnii- si an
c .I. inivarinblv re-ult- in a -udud,-n
,.,-1iately, will cial-e a cihd. y
a:ixing a tPi-spoo)nful of PElKYN ID.A-
\is' P. IN-KILLER in half a gla- f
w;irin w.,ter or milk, the whole ay-
t-in will be heated and the da +nu-rof
cold avoided. Avoid sub-titutei.
there is but one Pain-Killer. Perry
Davis. Price 2;c. and 5ae.
G(old Medals to HARPER whi- ky'
at New Orleans & Wor!ds Fair C'hi-
cauio Try it, you will endorse tl.e
Judze's verdict.
SOLD BY
DATNHEISSER BROS.
Pensacola, Fla.


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MARRIED AT TALLAHASSEE.
Itomtiaee IIeolns In Australla and
F.Atls itli lour.tal.
TAI.tAIIA-,. .., Marca 24 -Cyril V.
Bitsce and Miss Ecueiynd F. Hawley
who were married here recently, ts the
sequel to a pretty romance. The groom
is a native of Sydlney, New South
Walo'. Austrais. Htis father, the late
Colonel Jusepa Seymour, was highly
connected wita tme best faiinies of
E ugiLuad, h.s pAterunal grandmo;aner be-
lug ten daughter of the Duke of Somer-
set. and hi ianatorua.l grauammjtner sao
dauai;er ot Lord Falkiand.
Ta'ue r.!d was born in Melbourne,
Auatrai.t, during the trausat;antic tour
ot her lareuts. Sue as tie daughter of
tme .nat. Hionvir Emrie IHawley, wno, as
we 1 J.is nr umolner, represents several
distinguisflni- American iama:iies, who
were dire,':iy desceuiod from the Eng-
lisi genatry.
Thie attaichument cf the bride and
groom is of lung standing.

NEGRO MURDERER LYNCHED
He Wais IIa.ged to a Tree In the
the Cuurthuuse Yard.


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:il. i d andtl two intjuiiti. 'i.i,' ne'i were
pre'iiitC 'c, io tie tifr, it. e t :t whteii
wai ;,:.ut :'et ,f f .':L', r anll l.uuei
u'., .. !* 'ir 1s. 1; u: :;' -t til Iney
were drowned.
S, ..- ; .u..j wI' caausted the desth
of tnt muen o.'curruei two bours after
the fire was extinguished. The meaW
wia about 15 I:hcr.-, were engaged t
washing down tme walis on the first
floor on hbich was* tored tons of me-
chinery, ,siu heavy timbe'rs and pig
lead. The great we:gbht on the floor
made it give way and the men went
into t:e basement in which was about
6 feet of water.


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QUEEN'S VISIT TO IRELAND.
It i Izegardehd W .h (Grtvest Appre-
h*nsilots In C urt Cirels.
Lo'D.O,.. March 24 -London regards
the queen's visit to Ireland with grave
appruhensicn. The sovereign's great
age makes the trip itself ome of serious
risk, whi:e the possibility of hostile
demonstrations or even personal attack
creates a nervousness that will only be
stilled when her majesty is safely back
in England.
The muanrdier of Lord Frederi-k Cav.
endish and Under Secretary Burke. in
Phinix park. has not ben forgotten.
and while the party led by Mr. John
Redmond is not credited with any ten-
dency toward physical force, it is unit
versally felt in court and society circles
that the queen is taking her life in her
own han,'s in making tha proposed
ain'tL


RicnxOSD, March 24.-A meeting of -. -
citizens was held in toe judge's cham- A Monster Devil Fish.
bars at Emporia today and it was voted ,)' trying its victim, is a tvyp of
to withdraw the troops who have been (istipation. Th pwf r of thi
to withdraw the troop tt who have bedn murerous, malady is felt on ,organs
guarding the negro Cotton, charged ,,i nrve~ and mucle. and braitr.
with the murder of two white men, There's no health till it's ovre.ome.
whenit was openly asserted ayach'ing But Dr. King'a N--w Life Palls ar*t*
would follow. Ei fe and( certain cure. HB-t in the
Toe troops left Emoria for Rich world for stomach. Liver, idny
mond at 11:25 o'formed and Co wa and Bowels. Only .25 cents at W. A.
immediately formed and Coon wa iberte' drug store
hanged to a tree in the ooorthoust yard D Alhtnb>-rte' drug store.
at 1:46 o'clock and has body was then
riddled with bullets. Father usd Son 2Lrowned.
N-gro.. lyacla White M*u. JACKSON, Mias.. March 21.-F. 3.
NRC ro. March W4-Thite Megro Willey, a bargemaster, and hs i-year

of Greensville today lynched O'Grady old son were drowned in Pearl river laes
of Green lle today lynched O'Grdy afternoon. The boy had fallen from a
the white man who was with Cotton. small rowboat and WiUey jumped in to
the negro, when he killed Saundersand save him. While swimming to sb.
Welton. Cotton was lyacted earlier in barge wth the boy on his back she
the day by a mob of white men. father lost hie strength and both isak.
Dr. Bull's Oough Syrup cures the worst muo thr ed child Fa.med Dead.
rhold in a dayv; tops the running of the no. a:
lreatks the fever and banishes all tendencies Rs-uiVlaJt. Ind., March 24 -Mrs
lever anrd curer of throat anld lung diseam.e, Mark Sellers and her babe, a 4 moUthu-
.-- .. old child, were found in a well near
M3at1tr As-.asat.i. this city last night dead. The baby
GREERS. S. C., March 24.-Rev. J. E was drowned and the mosbher, who was
McManaway, pastor of the Baptist but 20 years old. had died from es-
church at this place, was severely beaten poere. Theyf were i nthe well egase
Wednesday at ais own home and in the hours before discovered.
presence of his family by Lawas Can- Will seil April I..
non. a cotton buyer and business man.
The assault is said to be she culmina. i WASIHNOTOx, March 24.-The war


tion of a difference iat has arisen in
Mr. McManaway's church.
Gtainusvlle's, N-W .1111.


Ga~NE-'viI.LZ, Ga.. March 24 -The
Pacolet Manufacturing company of Pac-
olet. S. C., have begun work on the
New Holland Spriugs property, which
they purchased Jast week for the pur-
pase of cruting thereon a $1,000,000
cotton mill.
Co'nii.-ImC-'IIent xIrcises.
AuoUSTA, Ga., March 24.-The sixty-
eighth annual commencement of the
medical college, which is the medical
department ot the University of Geor-
gia. took place in the opera house to-
night. The graduating class this year
numbers 59.

We are Sole Agents For
Rayser & Allman's. ('h;a. a N'
Kellen'. and Cleveland Wall P Vre:
Lo'-. lin \\W all Pap-rs lF'uil! li,i.
of ;. 'ls-. J. E. R.)- &C,. N i.
N. Palafox. Phlione :''. '.f-tf

Don't Pay $40 and $50
for S.;w IN; MA'-HINES when vy'
can buy thie best make wi'ih nil th
St i;pipovemlent.t at 0. M.. Plryo'r'-
B eriruin Furinitture Hona1e-, for frort
<;. tS) :,0i. Our household furnitu
I. ,;'ially is cheap. Call aud eie-
thie big, stocA.


department has given orders to have
the transport Hancock prepared for The
use of the Philippine oomiseion. She
as one of the finest vessels in the -ser
vice. The cummiesion will sail mo
April 15.
lm.;uixin ntMersr Polll-e.
HoT SPRING"s Ark., March 24.-Wil-
liam McGuigan, of umbrella fame, has
taken to politics and is now a candidate
for the state legislature from Garlsad
county.
Itavo Ut Ioi Qle- i-ral.
B'IFNa% AYRES. Marcn 24.-The revo.
lution in the province of e Rioe e
been qael.ed completely by the federal
troops.


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profitably thlmt l,v tiy a I,,';:- a f
PttI KI.A AsHii Bi I'Fr yit i -t
four for one. A kidli *y t l-'la'-i re.
j liver tonic, tdin tch -tr'-i: th -rer
and bowel rleanri r. "F' r i' *"r one dollar. S d I.y ,iiiuirast
Bros.
Furniture at all Prices.
We are selling dining ro.i a tables
at bargain prices; as-o -t,,v*-,. bed-
aprinz., mattings, kit'-he-r -.fe*. and
kitchen cabinets witti ,te.,,l boards.
cheptt for flour, and diawers for
kitchen utensils and tableware.
Call and examine them at 0. M.
. Pryor', Bargain I furniture House.


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STHE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, MARCH 26,1900.


Secret of Beauty
is health. The secret ofhealth is
the power to digest and assim-
ilate a proper quanity of food.
This can never be done when


the liver does no' act it's part.

Doyou know this?
Tutt's Liver Pills are an abso-
lute cure for sick headache, dys-
pepsia, sour stomach, malaria.
constipation, torpid liver, piles,
jaundice, bilious fever, bilious-
nss and kindred diseases.

Tutt's Uver Pills


A STARTLING DISCOVERY,
Victim ef Heerbl. olstalke Dld Ila
Terrible Agony.
PHILADELPHIA, March 24--At Mul.
liCs Hill. N. J., near here, the startiiag
discovery has been made that a boy had
been buried alive.


An undertaker wrs exhuming the
bodies of the members of the Smitsr"
family. who lived at Mnllica Hill about
2a years ago. for final brial in this
city. One coffin contained the skeleton
of a boy and its condition bore evi-
dences of awful struggle after the sup.
posedly dead body had been buried.
The bones of the legs were drawn up
and the arms were extended saros the
face. The glass of the casket which
had been above the boy's head was
broken. The position of the body and
the condition of the coffin indicated
that the viotim of a horrible mistake
had died in terrible agony.
Shattered niamoads.
MTrn'pr ed tit ezi ditioir~n li h ar


THE CENSOR.-t tr. t. i .mit.l.is.-.,ivs u u a.
THE CENSOR. very rare and remarkable." said an old
A South Carolina man left all his mon- jeweler, "a diamond may be shattered
4e to a girl who had rcjecte.d him. What to atoms by a smart. sudden blow. The
* touching mark of gratitude:-Denver stone seems to disintegrate and fly
Post. apart, as nearly as I can express it,
Who says the year I'.O0 isn't a jubilee and when the Kimberley gems first
year? It is now ainun:nted that Easter came into the market the Brazilian
bonnets this slprinz- will I cheaper than brokers claimed that they were espe-
ever before.-St. Louis Itepublic. cially subject to that kind of accident.
Thbe itit.h authoriti-s at.r throwing For the time being the story hadl Its
a~ pretty large a:td elezatit owuquets effect on trade, but it was pI)rov*1 to be
at the troops frir.u ('.innaa andl the otheruntrue, and the Inucident is now forgot-
colonies. Foxy Irit,,us.-IB', t.n Ilh.rabl. h n i periencw of
One of the L.r,'l.,n w<".li's calls the ten. In the course an eperiene
United States. *"i'i.ll,,;. li." and the nearly 40 years I have known of only
term is rather pl:it t,.,. lint a $2.0N.- two cases of diamonds being broken.
000.00 c,.nu;::> ,l.,-.in't n:iAi.l It'in called "Onie occurred many years ago. when
names in y hr en viu i. tersr.-New York I was working in a shop in the ohl
Mail anld ixpr.ss. RReid House in Chattanooga. A lady
The ca ptnin f th, Y:iloi f,' .ttli:ll teain customer dropped a cluster 'Iroch(
has warned aill I:;i l ii 'ait 'eiii t" f 'nro the counter to the t;ud floorr. a
their rgullr wik I i .f ty ..x;wct t,, do distance of about 3Vi feet. It struck
well in a.ITI. I .. If th- ,t l f thing sillaely 0 o:1 the center ston.'. wiici'h
f <'li :1 l'l.:I T, 1 <114 -f" tit- t'"nsil w ill
meanP t :t- t." -t*f a de- was broken into a number if m:niall. ir
gr.- Y- ,,, regular fragments. The diamond had


Amerirani na ny n,,t linv oe a illedl "dNr'-
or'" in i'rn.-iin without "n .si.'t'i.il Ipertnit
from the Prun-siinn cvrni:.eint. If Tell-
Ions visitinI tllis <'.tiii try iw< L.- r ;t lilbiteld
from stylinai themni'-lv.,. "*0niti:.." the re-
taliation woutil I'I a f a:irfil i:awl far-
r-ta-hing on,.-'lihiladileliipi Leel;nr.
That Irooikl. i tiin-i-i'ir iho fire>ed to
pay inter.e- t it th rilte of .'.'2* Ier cent a
yea n.,l:it.h thait hIe li.!lid O1h naii's of
I7T.0) dihld-sitors in hiis oe,,k. whon he
luit up tlhe' h!iutters. C'*-ntirie' come' and
go. but I:humaiiin en- liji'.y nu:iintaiins a
oseady average.-St. Lo.uis Gli.-DIhemo-
crat.
PERT PERSONALS.
An e .terpri'inz reporter hae hunted up
Mr. Carrie \V. ':it:. IhI- liiha. die noth-
lig to deserve it.-Mi;inenp-.li- Journal.
eorrowfnl Johlin-on is the name of a
citizen of a north Georr.ia county. That
name will keep hint from running any
political risks.-Athlnta Constitution.
Mme. Patti displayed $1.2.7-1.000 worth
Of diamonds at a reception the other
euing. lIIw many fond farewells that
collection of carbon represented!-Min-
aespolls Times.
The kaiser's play. in the opinion of its
Berlia audience. "too palpali!y glorifies"
a Robenzollern. William slohp over fam-
ily glorification wherever he g, cs.-New
York Press.
General Ruller mu-it not take to him-
elwf too much rendit for the relief 0of La-
dysmith. liHe hadi i-ihanrl ll.-irint Ina-
vis with him when tihn tI-], of B!iti.h for-
tune turned.-Tr,,y Rl,'-orl.
Poor "Ituddy" Kilplin .-. s. fro-ciously
attacked bhy MIarie Co',relli. live -.ore, ftir:;ly tl;i:; e. e; that "th,'
law that ew.\ i, my laiy' \X%: V- is liy -
t riou to mi '."*--ST. Lo>ii l, i'iuli>'.
Hero Will Alntliiy i,. t, g,'t a gr:anit
m ooument aft.: fiiline to fiul nan oppor-
tunity to ia.lke a 1:\inli:. lHe is not thie
first hero whlio hl s N:krll for liroal. and
received a stnm. -St. L.,is I' st-I is-
patch.
Comnt Broni .,i;, ( "nstollainle's fine s rIf
restraint in pre'.; in iti t o w.zii ;a !il.-b l suit
instead of di.str, :ix. Ielt It,..is y at olnci'.
as be seemni! :ilh';ot tio not unexple'ted Iy the P'arisians.- St.
Louis Post-1 isp iat:li.


at-s / The Kind Ytou Have BoBRN


We will launder your spreads for
16 centseeach and inak- them lo ik
like new. Star Laundry.

WIITEB.
Vatild ti i all kiMs sif Some


.b Wiuturs, INo

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WIU1 itiIl


weigh!iel Inout two carats.
"The other instance took place here
In New Orleans about six years ago.
A St. Louis traveling main i:aniei
Crawford had a solitaire weighing 1 .,
carats set in a ring. lie was standing;
In th,' store and while conversing abm:ut
sollnthlitii made a sudden gesture anIl
struck thie steo:i, against a metal tix-
ture'. It was split into small. j-tzedil
spIliiters. a numilber of which we found
on top 'of the slowe'.ise. The drurinier
himself was the mn,-t astonished man
I ever saw. IHe Lad supposed dia-
motnda- were inde-trurtilile simply be-
cause *hey were hard."-New OrleanS
T;mes- D-U! crat.
He Wn. n oier.
'**P'*ao,' ':r- f, r nM iIr f.a% ri'- n w."
Hr i.!<-aii, I -'.s y t. n,^,1 t .:- RP. .
"Of urs'e." said she. "I'l Il.ity .,u cnow
A nocturne by a great coni;iser."
lie smiled, and then as read.ly
A playful little glance he throws her.
Be interposed in tone of glee,
"A knock-turn is a great composer."
-Richmond Dispatch.
EVERY DRtOP


of medicine that goes in a
prescription filled in thi- -tore is
perfectly pure. Pure driims nian a
speedy recovery. Poor drugs- ilnlan
a relapse. Yu want thel best. L.et
us till yonr prescription. a:d l supply
other mn'dicines. N%. 'I. (ireen a& C( .
"Tlte Prescription Drueist," 37 S..
P.alafox stret. Phone 390..


THE


fAVOR IT


Place For Pensacola


Buyers to Buy


STEEL TRUST CHARTERED.

Rock=a=Bye Babyl It Has ionU .enrporated Uudrrther
L.Iw ,f N**f w Jlr, y.


These are sweet words. but how much
pain and suffering they used to mean. It's
different now. Since Mother's Friend has
become known expectant mothers have
been spared much of the anguish of child-
birth. Mother's Friend is a liniment to be


TRENTON, N. J.. March 24.-The Car.
negie compuy. theoo formation of wuich
has resulted from the conference of
Andrew Carnegte and IL C. Frick to
settle the business difftroness between


applied externally. It is rubbed thoroughly them. has been reported here with a
Into the muscles of the abdomen. It gives capital of lb0o.00u.u0,i, Tne stock is
elasticity and strength, and when the final already subscribed. Tno principal sub-
great strain comes they respond quickly and scribers and the number of snares are
easily without pain. Mother's Friend is Andrew Oarnegie. 86.379 achares; Henry
never taken internally. Internal remedies Phipps. 17.2-i6; IH. Frick, 165,484;
at this time do more harm than good. If a Charles M. Schwab. 18,9.9, and others
with smaller holdings.
The par value of each share of capital
stock is $i.00o.
The state receives 13.,000 for filing
Sthe incorportion and the annual fran- i
cnise tax will be $11,750.
Wages Will Be Raleed.
KNOXVILLE, March 24.-Looal ooal
operators announce that a conference
e- wUl be held next September with rep-
S rosentatives of the miners' union. This
S- conference will determine the wage
S> Iscale to be pid miners in Coal Oreek.
Jellioo Middlesboro and Oliver Springs
coal districts for the year 1900-1901.
Operator here seem willing to make
whatever concessions are necessary to
place the Eastern Tennessee coal field
woman is supplied with this splendid lini- scale in saoord with the 14 per cent la.
ment she need never fear rising or swelling crease recently made by operators in
breasts. morning sickness. or any of the northern states
discomforts which usually accompany preg-
nancy. A CALL
Theproprietor of a largehotel in Tampa or Dmocratic Primari a Con-
Fla., writes: "My wife had an awful time For Dnjocratic Primaries andlCon-
with her first child. During her second ven' on.
pregnancy. Mother's Friend was used and Re.-olvePd, That a convention of the lDem-
the baby was born easily before the doctor ocratic party of ascambia eountoon on the
helarrvd.d at certainly great.4th to at 12olo f tin on the
arrived. It's certainly great." 14th day of April. 19,1o .fur the purpose of


(let Mother's Friend at the
drug store. $1 per bottle.
THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO.,
Atlanta, Ga.
Write lur our tree illustrated book, "Before laby
is Born."

The Chop and the Cherry Tree.
"'opkin loves to be historically cor-
re't."
"What's his latest?"
"IHe h:ili un English chop for break-
fast on Wiashington's birthday."-Cleve-
land Plain Dealer.
A Consisltent Profession.
It has oft-n been .ai4l of the medical tribe
Th.at they seldurn will swallow the stuff they pre-
Feril. ;
Yet. though they may not think their jalap Is
nice..
They wll profit derive from their own good ad-
vice.
-Chicago Record.
A nalue.
Sandy Pikes-What did yer feel like
whnu de farmer pulled yer out of de
well?
Ililly Coalngte-I felt like I wua
bruirht utp on a farm.--4hicag News.


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-Importers and lhealers in-
Chinesa and Japanese


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The Well-Known,
Up-to-Date Store


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FINE CHINA TEAS. H NTZ & O.,
No. St South Palaf..x lStreet R
Laundry Offic PENSACOLA. FLA O-120-122-:- R

Coffee: Coffee!: E. Government Street. S
W eil the attention of TELEPHONE 21f. T


the general public to the
fact that we hare one of
the best equipped Roasters
in the South, and that we
cw furnish this delicious
beverage a" price that
defy competition. fe also
wish to remind you that our
Coffees are always fresh
from the Roaster. While
ters are old and have lost,
their aroma, ours is fresh
and delicious.
New Orleans Grocer, Co.,
rEQ rTITi _U T


JOHN McDAVID,


REAL ESTATE AND B OKERACE. V
CITY PROPEiRTY. FARMING
AND TIMBER LANDS
FOR SALE.


Loans Plaeed at Reasotab!e Rates.
24 East Government Street.


Y


was an ANCIENT w! u-ed
to burn wood.
ia for BILLS that h' r pid
when he could.
was ththehat Ihe after-
wards bought.
is the DIRT and DI'ST that it
brought.
ij the EVIL thei(-, thing
brought to pa-s.-
was his FOLLY in not u- iign
gas.
is the GAS George used in hi.
stove.
is the HEIGHT of jiy gas
brought to his home.
is the INDIAN ; fi- doesn't
use GAS.
cannot ue it, for J thliP
JACKASS.
is the KITCHEN where (;AS
is the fuel.
is the LAUNDRY. they'er
both of 'em cool.


M is the MONEY. saved by a;
Gas Range.
N is for NOW, the best tiim( for
a change.
O is the OFFER the Company
makes.


is the PROFIT, dcn't nis.k. a
mi!itake.
iQ for QUESTION; no ques-
tionl at all!
is the RANGE you shi',uld
buy before Fall.
is the SAVING yo;. make, If
you Ido.
is the TIME and TROUBLE
stlVt-d, too.


U is the UNION of Comfort
and thrift.


is VEXATION, now cut it
adrift.
ij WISDOM in having, in
charge
plus Three Dollars to buy a
Gas Range.
is for YOU, please observe as
you pass.
is our ZEAL to supply you


-~C -wiUth (OAS.
CURE YOURSELF!
413E LV'eBagiCSfor uutibaluil
I.. ANQL!v, ifla anlo--us
in~ra.uimlativon.O.r a erata a. U213 UUM t$13U, UUMBfIU Freevi.
E~E.~g.saetr.of muc~u otiend-ran-.1.
.ia'e Pmint-.' r i t-tI'f

VIL A. r Pont in plain wrappj-r. Pensacola Gas Co.,


for Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought has born the ,.
ture of Chas. H. FIetcher, and has been matdi. i.;:, -,
personal supervision for over 30 years. All .
to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitati:,. I
**Just-as-good" are but Experiments, and ealdae ,,
health of Children-Experience against ixlwrimn, it.

The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears the Signature of






In Use For Over 30 Years.
Th ClWl Uru s e pauw. ?MV 7 S'TMlT. 699W W o VOSm C q1Y




Chas, H. TTurner,
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+I-ARCHITECT*-


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electing twelve (12I- per.-oin to represent
FEscaniiia county at tine e strict ('onvel-
lion to nomiinate a caniuldlte for Congresw Lv r
and for the purpose of electing twelve l 12) i
person to represent E. caniia county at
tlie tate convention at such time and
place a inany bhe fixedi by Itlie late nand Con-
gresaional lenio<>oatic nliitiietteen ad tor litilding,. Repairing, Mantel a
thile purpo- (4f sei<-.tii a ti'lunlty Execu- 31
live ('iiiittee to lold until their succes-
* ors ia, bll he slecteil in1 `02,. 152.Ph
Thl precincts *at' und shall be entitled to A OC mplete Plumb
the following repre-.iitatuin at said Coun-
tyCouvention: lr' .a'


No. 1. Nix's* I
No. 2, Kupfrian's ....
No..3. M illvie .. I 2
No.4, Ferry Pa .. .
No. 5, Hurst's 1
No. i0. Powelton ... ;
No. 7, Pine Barren .... ..'
No. s. rht re .. .. Ti
No.i l. 1IlurT Spring2 "2 H(
No. It). Ward & Hollandiil ..
No. 11, Walnut Hill ... 1
Noi. l'. Penacolts .
N o. 1 Pt'tlsaCt lai 4 4 ,,
No. 14, Pensbacola ........
No. 1.5, 'ensttcola 1i
No. 1i. Plinville 1
No. 17. Brent'- 1 .
No. Is. McDavid 1
Noi. I. M olino .... .... .. 1
No 2**. FIhmaton ... I
For the purpose of electing delegates from
the several precincts as above set forth and
for the purpose of nominating two canai-
dates for tue House of Representatives, for
the purpose of nominating a candidate for
sheriff, a candidate for Clerk of Circuit
Court, a candidate for Tax Collector, a can-
didate for Tax Assessor, a candidate for
Treasurer, a candidate for County Judge, a
candidate for superintendent of Public In-
struction, a candidate for County surveyor.
a candidate for Clerk of Criminal Court, a L
' candidate for Justice of Peace and a Con-
stable for second District, a candidate for
Justice of Peace for Fifth District. can- T.
didates for three members of County School
Boara, a primary election of the Demo-
cratic voters of t.scambia county shall be
holden between the hours of ;8:;ia.. m. and
t:45 p. mi. on Tuesday, the loth duay of April.
1'.i, anu for the purpo-e of conducting aidl T.
el*-ctoll ti e following inspectors and clerk
(o election are hereby se.ected and ap- K
pointed:
Precinct No. 1-Chas. Andrews, Neil (Gga'.
W. 1). Bell. inspectors; Archle Benton.
el',rk.
Precinct No. .-Ash ravey. LouislDanlel,
.lImn-, Cravey,i li:xp.ctoi : T. 1. 4carrit. A
cItrk. Al
Pro-inet No. :-Frank Hunrez. It. P. Wil-
lati-.Johin leil, s llliectorsl.; I). E. Douili-.
(.l1.1k. -
IriciiLct No. 4-W. It. Dougla-. W. I.. No- V
1,:. I'. i (b.ui.alez. iiispt ctor's; W A. Tip-
pmn. clerk.
I'l'- iic'l rt No. .5- eo. 1 |Ifivl<, I. .l ill k l .v-
aitr. A. .J. Iu-0tiee. inspectors. ; Louis Fraiter.
l-I k.
I'Picinct No *;-<;i. \W. .quinnii, W. M. e-
\ v. in. lHeindirsol, in.spectors0 kF..J it-
hiii h <' l>'i k.
r i -ciict No. 7-H. A. I.eir. W. E. Tuckt.r.
.1. M. l-Entrkiin, lispe)ctor,; W'. \W'. Sw.wt-t
i'l.,'clnvt o. '-A.'r Fillitgini.m.H. P. How-
nian. H. tCrabtre'e, inspector,. Tayvlor
Stl t ree. clerk.
k'rentiert No. -I.. Ii. S.rowdtr, A. J. C('w-
art. o W\ Taylor, iis-ptctor-; .1. /. Br3 ri-.,
l.-i k.
l'rcil,r t No. li-C..I. Ward. .Johlu (il..-
iniin. F. Ritiuly. itspectoi.r s I. Bryar-.
tcli rk.
'ri-cir.ct No. I[-J. .. Le.. L-% i M inns.
t'"iti, on kiall, in-p''ctors; J. R. ,'.-ward
cl.-rk.
I'reeiic't Ni'. h-F-W Lee,. H.t',.
'V'il Il auuy. itnj-ctolr-: .1. S. Rol-w.rt.. -ir-rk.
Precinct No. 1;i-A.A.A FIlher. IE li.otil.
W. i. H. McDLavid. ln .pector' .M aurit.
clerk.
Pr,-cinct No. II- 4nt hony fi0e-ra. A. S. Oli-
ver. L. \% Willitnii.-, inspectorr; John A.
Merritt. clerk.
I'Pr.clnct No. l--.lames \Wilklnsq. ( M.
ilanllmark,t'. M. Coston, Inspectors; J. T.
Wt iting.. clt-rk.
i'rcinl't No. I;-W'. II. Htubbird, I.iik
Flower., Jr.. H. 1'. W illtian ,. in-pectors: .1.
Ii. Hubbird. clerk.
Preclnct .No. 17-A. G. Vioptin, W. W N
Kuelean. (eporge Hoyt., inlpt cor'.; WVlli.
KafTerty, clerk.
Precinct No. IS4-L. ( Brewton, i.F.. Me-
Dtavid M. i) kbaagtt, inupctort. J. E.
it i inan. clerk.
Precinct Nio. l-J.H.Grimlar, W. A. Iti!-
I rr. A. J FI'li II. n, rnsptcetors;, F o I.
ci.'-k.
Precinct No. 2X--W. If. Mnvr, Win. N,'-
Cuttcht-on. Wmni. M. McCurdy, i.:sp-pcto.-:
1. i'. Stewart.c!erk.
Thievotlig lit e4ti pre in-t 'iaill bI at A
th- fh- ilov ing ptinv'-s re p-ctlivel' ;
N'. I.-- ,'*!n,,>l 01 Hou .-.
No. '.--KUpli'iti's ark.
No. .3--4 roo"n' Htorue.
No. t.-Olld ItoIrt.r Place.
No. c-1 V 'o iStoi c.
N(. 7.--l:ef Markt-t.
N i. .-- -Im' iil %von:: place--t')'a'>tr,- ri
No. '.V.--'<'"!iol Htt e.
No. 1' --\ard'. Miul.
No. '.-- ehlool l i. -*,. \Valinit 1lill.
Ni,. l.--CI1. I l lit lid li-'-tuali .\hi'tilii.
No. 1.- -N iortl a>t conriir V'ailafix ai.'I
Garden.
No. l.-t-'rner Lomain&t nd Pial tfox.
Rat,.'-rt"' St,;re.
No. i; -Pir -nevil.n.
.N,). l;.-!tretit tatlon .14hoi H )u-,.
No- l.-- :t rui to r anmpt trouiti.
No. '--.Molinio n.,i:,t.| u-, .
Ni). -11 -.Floinatoe. neir ,l-.ta" lii'-.
I ii.uch pra-cinct' lials hlf \ote 'tre hloWti.
Itlie dpiegaze elected froili si'U!i pr>-li nav ing tlh*i slnalle t votl. of thu.e "lect.- 'liltll cast the half vote.
All white Dlemocra legally qualiflnd toj
vote under tiie' act of the- legislature of 1-I7.
contained in chapter 4.' who have panll
their poll taxen fir the years l1w oand l*4.e.
and lhi> will pledge themselves to support
their nominees of said primary election and
said conventions shall be entitled and are,
cordially invited to participate in said pri-
milly election, andi said primary el,.ctlon RE
,hall be held in all ways under the rules
and regulations as set forthi in said chapter
4;:,'f. aidl this committee hall meet at the *
otlceof the county Judyze in the city of **M'
Pensacola. at 6 o'clock p. m..on the '12'thi dayv
of Aphil. i',ih.at wblch time and pla e they
will receive return,, canva-s the same
and announce the result of *said primary C
election, and the inspectors above named clal
will hlave thien anl there the returns of said
eli-ctlion.
Tihe ballots to be used shall be printed on
plain white paDe'r. aud sball have no dis-
tin gushing mark-.


BLUJ1Uj CALl


Contractor,


nd (rate Setting. Pluinli: ..
nd .as Fitting.

ing Department under the
ent of E. B. Morey.


WArtistic Designs, Estimiate-. Plan.- and Specific it;
I All Kinds, Prepared on Short Notice.
WA Large and Carefully Selected Stock of Fin"- N!
r of All Kinds, Bath Tubs, Clhk-et and Household ApI.: 0
Vater and Gas Fixtures.


:: Telephone No. 3


---THE




tilizens National BanI
OF PENSACOLA.


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


JOHN F. PFEIFFIK
R. 31. BUSHNELL.
ASST. CA-. :: .


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


RIX3. -


General Banking Business Transarted


eselN' Aefounts Handled on FavorablI" '"r: .. ,.
Change Bourkft and Sold, Collc-t l),
'I'roxaptly Attended To.

ACCOUNTS SOLICITED.





he Star Laundryl


THE PI0iE LAUNDRY OF EltT F 01TORIi


v~I


Our Address
i- alwayss asked for wi.
less beauty of the I.ii,
here is displayed )on
SHIRT FRONT, ( ,
AN)D C('IFI- -
It i- our lh.'t recolilit ;-
are always reliable; a;. I
never fall to gi' .. c. i,; t.
tio::.


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ALL WORK C. 0. Do
&LEPHONE 114. 37 M. GARDEN' 9
AWGQOCD- CALLE..D FOR~ AND DELI VERED FY.
WAT.XWEJP ING'q~lAlW. ]ffaager.


ESTABUNZIHu 1863.


McKENZIE OERTING & CO.,
0 DXALKaU IN

3hip Ghandlery and General Hardwafue
008 AND 6005 8 PALAI'OX TREET.

iVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. BOEBLINGOS
GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUSBBSL BON'S P"
mIl, eiria Paint, I lets, li multn-U bu, Iart&, tniers,
OOMPAEWBD LONM. .WW
A. McKenzie Oerting Collecting Agent for Bar Pilot-* B
tion.


'i Tf HRWITP' WTIIT P MMI


o. 19 S. Palafox St.


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, MARCH 28, 1900.


I'mLE SA1OT BUYING


W,'est India Islanes a Drug on
the Market.


?~,-.A' lI;M1ING(.O MAIRKD FOR SALE


a ..r.., ra., In Trounit, Over nival Tel-
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L \a .Tha !i*ouse has got rld of .
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* < aiu isnak a -u,', ,s.s In gov'rtuing

str--Kmlna Wetk he Telephoe .
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]-. l:s: n,, ,antt,.r tr ath. tini by passing a
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t. it< tli< -,urts. got a tl'd'lsion-. and(

::: a nr :!l .,i, 'f-rn It offers t ,, t* t $ 4~t for blslnss liousvIs ain
n r -l.n-ir. T''i liustr. has aut
.,1 tt.:- ompIt)yf tu leo in busl-
1I ', t th eri: l ,-< fU:tiitt-'e hiope'

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i "t -:.:i~i to n:y ial<'e' I w oubt
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; '..i.)' ):!n< oth,'r .illsioin .
\\,. tn |tarr"i'tl in th, .ani^

': ,*y w,'I,' twK' Itwst of fri'endl
"*We ar .weve."
":': <,-."1i ',aly li< e mrre seriously
,.. )t,:,:;i.n of the Republi<.an
.', t ,.nat,. ovtr tih, Por't
S .t i < ft.r t')' ftr-t tday ,r

,! t- If : iinl i'a" v' s'.a| i "r *'. l

: .: .,o riz' il a o ; '. t',, '
.. *" : :t Il adjrt,! no, t tf o lift'er
S :iit oi,*<' s,' !gnatol :is :;
*i;i!',tt<-c "" So, fatet.io11<
,**: t: :t1 < :tl1-< thrn the "'pall
2. \;iin lit| ^1 iss that the bill
T h. 11 for a tinw .y general
: wa- : :lled tl e "ha nrony
l.''e. u. it teas tr:'3i]1 t
.'.*Tr,-.u -es in tit iarty li
L [ o.r untlr Platt of N,.e"
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I 'ii1-i. 1nin jis .I I
*:- %A a, SmatrSlotitwSii r uof
ai'U W-4,04t1 us uim :llt i.


KIDNEY DISEASES

are the most fatal of all dis-


FOLE SIEY CURE is
FOLEY'S5..0a1 st

or mrney refunded. Contains
emedies recognized by emi-
nent physicians as the best for
. ney and Bladder troubles
PRICE SOc. ad S$.M
\ I \ I.M l%"TH'RTE


SUBSBCRIE
-lii-
aiim
I "~ hilly
a~ ~


Strong



Bones


In speaking about Scott's
Emulsion for children, you
should not forget that it con-
tains ase and swda, just
what the child must have to
form strong bones and good
teeth. It's this forming time
you want to look after.
Growing bodies must have an
easily digested fat. Just think how
much of it there is in milk, as cream.


SCOrS uislon
is even more easily digested than
cream. It's surprising how chil-
dren thrive when given it
Don't keep the children living on
the edge of sickness all the time. *
Make them strong and rugged,
plump and hcaity. Scott's Emu!-
sion of Ccd-!ivcr Oil ,nd the Hyim- c'
phosp'r.:es of Lime and Scoda w ivl do
this for them.
L At alf ti d- :d5 Tt t- 1V *
SCOTT & UkWN t., C,..IUL Y, ;, Y.-k.


c.,,i. w" s Ti :i::i;.-,> ai:;n sa- ne' s, "lVt

Congremlonal Notca,
S. :iar "* ia.,:er is one lf the mnost
at1,rt!,' i:.'li in tha seflatt. ~siecially
11'i.11 ,.n Ti: ,,t utiona! l anti gov ''einelital
qtu,'t httri :a r' I -ing discussed II
lk. n,,* t i.: lt i ter than a lIri-k die-
lat. IIlHin anythingg involving these
questions ntil listeii.s loosely to the
more elabtorate I)resen stations by men
of legal learning in the senate.
"I wa% nKever in a place where I
could not find suine way out." remark-
ed Senuator Elkin.. whlle discussing
the Porto Rican bill. "It does not
seem to make much difference which
way we turn. Thero is opposition to
every proposition that comes up. Noth-
ing seems to fit just right."
When coueress becomes saturated
with ani ltd. It b'cowes the sole topic
of conversation. For several weeks
now thert has apliarently been little
e'ls e in view than the Porto Rican bill.
A few weks bftore that it was the
Philijpiines. The, islands acquired from


Spain lihve successfully "held the
boards" dulr.g, tihe s,,ssion.
ARTn-n W. DvNN.

THE CYNIC.
Er>.'ry woman likes to talk of the "gray
mnio'uto ny" of her life.
Every man with curly hair spends too
T:,u II n't work a friend in the interest of
a stranuer. Lots of people do it.
All the grand stand players in the coun-
try are not in the baseball business.
It is not ne'e(sary to die to prove
friendship; just refuse to tell all you
kii',w on a rinn.
\VIhi,- a man engages in politics, he
will %wrong a friend :tn quickly as a man
who is trying to sell stock in a nruie.
\T'Loe a new famuiy miioves iuto a neigh-
borthod. it is regarded as a valuable
acquisition if the furniture wagon shows
a stepladder.-Atchison Globe.

Handsome pictures, bric-
,a-braTc, etc., in. endless ar-
ray at rock bottom prices at
Marston & Fin/h's.







GENERAL INSURANCE


Real Estate Agents,
PENSACOLA. FLA.
REPRESENT TWRNTY-TWO OF THI
LEADING FIRE, LIFE. MARINE,
ACCIDENT. FIDELITY, PLATE
OLASS AND STEAM BOILER IN-
PURANCE COMPANIES. ...

Gere:al A[clut cr te Eqitabh

Lif tsaramcc Sc iety s the




WEEKLY 9cIIE:) ULI


&'KNS -IC-OtA l;KLEC'IrIC TIALMINAI
lIAIL'Ps AV COMP~ANY.
T-ae. leat-vep en*sacolft for the littl(e
litu, ..t."lme~te 1F-Fw. w.arr'ln;ton, Navy
Y~-" '%.-A Fort t-.arra.ncos at
'a. nii -ararr ie at i-ort kiarramciss7:~an
.'a. iw.-arrive an.i-ovt -s ri-acaim-ba 1'4.~ia. 11)
h tvmrr:s"- ,t I 'rt kn:r'.'t :*.5uni
-p n.At- '. *t! I -!-Zn inium-?n'.-' 4.: JP InI
'pxii. a"r!anIv u r- A *,k 0, :i11L)17)
a-,ai ~ t .,ra Tc..-1 Pe.a-. I
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Stu l'i:anel tulaacb &:.tri rn~~
rAFC POK SUN!DAY
tes~at,3 3rt lFarribnoaa Navy
iar nd 5ro' Ur. ...'..-.--------------W
P~ftSaco-:a *'0 almettO 3ea6.1h and


POULTRY POINTERS.

Eggs kept for hatching should be turn-
ed half over every two or three days at
least.
Cramp in the legs is usually caused by
too close confinemeEt and by feeding con-
centrated food.
G-ese and ducks need to be kept in
warm., dry quarters when there is deep
snow on the ground.
The last of March or the 1st of Apri;
Sp1 pentyv :ir;y for the first brood of
Qo i-l;!iiis to lie hatched.
Si tir!c'ey b,'ns and a torn make a
ver goil hre-eding lp'n. bit 12 hens may
be us td with a vigorous toim.
Th.- l1r(moLuhr ni:st always be kept sufli-
cieitly warin so that the chicks will nut
crowd close together and smother.
One tqnurrclsonie. fussy old hen will
mn,':;,;il.z,, fld aiind roosting apartments


LOCAL


PROFE88IONAL OARDS.


and Une rU E U E r
CLIMATIC Dr. (areellu5/ ereary,
Nothing but a
local remedy or PhysiciaD nd ur c,
change of climate
will cure Residence. 21 West Gregory Street
SATAI 1r w ^ \Phoue l,..
CATAR W M Office. l'Alemberte Buidingr. 11W.- south
'I heSpecife CIs alaft.x Mtreet. Phone '74.
Ely's Cream Bilm
It is quickly Ab-- DR. Wx. 0 D wuaji y.
sorbed. Gives relief .
at once. Opens and CO HD I- U
les-nses the Nasal l 1 U TAD B t.
lPasas-s. Allays Inflammation. Heals and OFIC-Ranash Bros.' Drug Store.
Protects the Membrane. Restores the
senses of Taste and Smell. No M-r.u- RESIDENOE-400 E. Jackson Stree
ry. No Iniurious drug. Regularxrize.50.:
I amily Size, $1.00at I)ruggilts or hv mail.
ELY BROTHERS.
1% Warren Btreet, New York. 1tWM U t j.. 1N


t.- t,-. d.:rirn.nt of all the rest of the CARNEGIE AND FRICK.

W\'i;.:tr l.iyoars de.;pnl upon iarly pul- Possibly Mr. Frick will establish a few
i"'. I.rly u:llets ldo.ed union early sit- law libraries.-Baltimore American.
:a. n,!:Jd ,.:rly sitters utl)si the winter Carnegie should now say a few more
.',- things about the bies.sings of poverty.-
If you wernt t ninte up pullets for Chicago Record.
nrxt year's bree.,liin. put in a ,odl. vig- Mr. Frick is willing to do his part t,--
rs ";-.- !-.,il rcc~k \wth them.--St. ward saving Andrew C('arnevia fro:n the
Louis ReI>ltut i,. crime of dying rich.-Chivago Tribune.
Sometinmes when Inillionaires fall out
THE WRITERS. the result is a new industry. as in the
t Carrnegie-Fti-k inhroglio.-I'hilahdelphia
Henry J.nmes' income from his bo.iks L(,dger.
Ct:;:ag l.;n i. sail tu have been some- No wonder Andrew Carne-ii, thinks-
t i::; ,''r <';.o 'i,0.! poverty is ta lil-s:ing. A pi"r :;ian is
V:: t.. i,, ;:,. ,zi,. the Italian dramnti:st never suedd for -'l,040J,0IM. Chicago
!: I h,,L..ii-t. is dt'la;l at the a:ge of 60 Times-Herahl.
.',- .. li'. l;.s written a : ti-t,'My .f the Mr. Prick hasn't figir-e as prominmn-rit-
<1f ito I or i:Ilun:,:iu:el 11 in five vol- ly in philanthropln work is has .Mr. (':r-
" : -. negle. but l.e's dIing a goal ds'al j i.t
FI-'::Ft.; t,'iktii has nanned his new i now ill beh.l1 (f miaedy andil il.erving
\ '. t \]i::::.,: h .i::. 4'lhayniuLmi;t. He lawyers.- St. Louis IR pillic.
L:ui 1'.I ::. .a ,f fr.-st and ftild, over- Perhaps Mr. Frick thinks Mr. Car-
l.,' .:.g; ,,. of th, liiist b.,aintiful por- nogie is not sutlivciently glaiardling against
tin- ia if ithi- henaii doa ah valley. The the di-grare of dyinz rihli. II.- is trying
1h1i.-]e is a hlaiidsonii old colonial struc- to relive him oif $21. HM),4M)i through
ti re'. court pruc'tls:rs. Kanss City Journal.
It i slil that w wn'n i udyard Kipling Th!nre is I1n) ie(,.-.sity for iany publc ex-
ln-td in his subject he writes cite'mient on account of the report that
%u;ith great raiiiilty. nod each succeeding Mr. l-'iirk and Mr. t'arnegie are about to
lii.e on a pi;age bgius a little farther tight over the manufacture of cold steel.
to th. light. so that waen he gets to the They will not use any in the fight.-Bos-
inil of a sheet there are but two or three ton Advertiser.
words to ait line. Now is the time for Andrew Carnegie
Anthony Hope. the novelist, does not and lHenry Clay Frick to show their love
believe it Is harder to succeed in litera- of public welfare. There Is a trifling
ture than in other professions. "It is matter of $10,000,000 at issue between
impno(eible to succeed in It without tal- them. Why should they not agree to
ePt," he says, "though many fall who stop all quarreling, each resign his title
have talent. But even a genius must to the money and dedicate the little sum
wait years before he is accepted by both to hospitals, colleges and charities?-Chi-
eritics and public." cago New.

Omar Khayyam. FOR SALE.
w. a at SOir rfoord to At a bargain, 76 acres (30 under
An he sit on his colorless rug.
When hw spoke of a blooming old desert. fence aind cultivation, the balance
He referred to his empty old jug! woodland),. of a mile north of Cor- (
-Syracuse Herald. dova Park, with 4-room honse, barn
and two stables. Pt ice t'i0l For 0
How's This! further information, apply to W. R.
We offer One Hundred Dollars re- Dou^gls on place or J. E.. ..uhui.-


mmu. I. it. ean, pi. u.,

Homenathic Physic12n ani s~renu,
Late of Ocala. Fla..


Offers his profolt'onal services to the citi-
zens of CPeisasola.
Eape!ilal at;atlon given tn the treatment
of e'irric lwae a'e as d I>''ieasts ef
'imit- and 'htldrtn.
Th-'ry Yvar% practicee ii. thti South.
tlice iti o :--.* :' ni. to 1L in.. 2 to p. m.
Residence Phone No. 250.
Brent-B-loumt Buildinr--looiu 3


Dr. Wilmer S. Hall,

DENTAL SURGEON,
iMsnOic Tmple. Phone 364.



HEINERIN BRoS. 5 c0.


BE98LIALZ RO

Palafox Street.

Pensacola, Florida.



Indigestion!

We challenge the world
to produce a remedy equal
it #,A 1#,..4.1.1.,. ]l .


to riite ate emss Jufineral
Water for the cure of In-

digestion, Dyspepsia and
allforms of Stomach, Bow-

el Troubles and Skin Dis-


t)sn o & Bre., city. I3,u I
ward for any case of Catarrh that [ eases. Guaranteed to cure
cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
Cure. I DURHAM Cigars are or money refunded. Cost
F. J. CHENEY. & Co., Toledo. 0. 4.ia -
Wve, the undersigned, have known he finest 5 cent smoke only 5 cents a, day to use it.
F. J. Cheney, for the last 15 years. Try them at D'Alem- dollar
M:nd believe him perfectly honorable ber One dollarbottlelast tven-
in all business transactions and berte da
financially able to carry out any ob- ty days.
ligitions made by their firm.
WVEST & TRI'AX, L \I rFor sale by all druggists;
Wholesale Druggists. Toledo, 0. L| G l also TV. T. Green t Co. 7
WALIDINO. KINNAN & MARVIN. also If 2. Green < Co. 37
Wholh IlAl!'s Catarrah Cure is taken in- KNIGHTS OF YY'TUIAS. S. Palafox Street.
tmrnailly, acting directly upon the
blood and mucous surtacep of thi. Pensacola Lodge. No. 3. K of P. OR ADDRESS
-ye8ttm. Price 7bc. per bottle. Sold meets ev-ryv Monday even- 7
by all ,Irus'giste. Testimonials free. ; ng at 7:st,. at a*tle alla l .
flail's familyI ills are the best. Int nde rncitr al West WILKINSON
i21 I utchai nia stoetal. W


J. I. Stephens has a larza a-sort-
in.nt aof olitd Steiling Silver and
Rogf.r's Knives. Forks anid S.
Co',nvntlon Call.
lthe sixteenth annual meotiti (f
tih. Woa;n' (Chriatiai Temperance
U'iion of Florida, will be wIdl ibj
Gainesville, April 3rd. 4th and 5th.
The first session will be at 3 p. m.,
of Tuesday the third.
: Mis Belle Kearvuy of Flora,
Mis., will give the convention ad-
dre.ss, adding interest to the occa-
iioin. ALICI C. BHOWN,
SARA J. GLENN. Pre-idelut.
Recording Sec'y.

Subcribe to THE EWS only Ioi
cntms per week.


* Visiting brethren cordially
welcomed.
H. HORS.la. xC K
K. R.& 8.

W. 0. W.
1.iA" Oak Carlm 'Vo. 1 Wo Alinan ofthd
World.
MeOts flrt and third Friday night In r
e'f.h month. Visiting so.vr-iygns cordi-
aily Invitad. W. W. WATSO.,
S. I. THAtAs. Clerk. C. C.
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H. A. WATERS,

Buteher and Green 'Grocer.

PHONE 1 72.
Fresh Tennessee and Native Meats.


EMPLOYMENT OFFICE. Chickens and Country
Ring ti up 3S2 or call at the office. Produce Daily.
il North Palafox street, when in Sftp, Rear Of JohnSOD & Son's Store,
need of a carpenter. B. D. Hoffman.
Rusinies Aireint of the Carpenter'- INTENDENCIA STREET.
.nd Joitiers' Union, will furnish yu
with thie desired help on short no- --- -
tice. nE25tf


If you are ready to go to
house-keepin., let Marston
4' Finish furnish your house
for you. TheyY will save you
money. Your credit is good:
witth them.

Five Thousand Rolls
of Wall Paper in stock. all of th -!i-
t,-t P:;tt-rli, ;awl mnorn e co n1i i'.
Pi ices frimi s t, ni $1.75 p'r roli, J. E.
I't.S & Co., No. 11 N. Pa laf..x.
Phone :.S2. s2f-tf


[HE HEINE ACADEMY OF MUS!I,
No. s Nort!) l'al:ta>x St r.t.
:ISS EVELENE M. HEINE, Principal.
MISS IDA PIACGIO. Assistant.
-I
'a .. n


rest"- Patent Flour..
Our B J,'t I7 d 1 Ro,',/
Patent is the best /"ur that.I
:*an be pIroduhed by/ an/
mill.
Foret .-e,' .ot is one of
the best Breakl7fast Food on
'he market.
.1AU made by The O0. E.
Standard Mill Co. and fur
sale by N.ew Orleans Gro-
cery Co.


lA4S.


MFHUGHI,


Acme Beer.

THE BENT BFER ()LI) IN
PENS.ACOLA.

Dannheisser Bros.,

AG-IT.'.
E's rji4 ,y M. Parry r" V"m YtasS,.


The Jug Trade

Is Our specialty. -7
Prompt Delivery and Lati-f.tcti.,i


Greenville. Ala.
TLstvinitoial Front Jnadge Gaston.
GrrnrKvILLTr, Ala., Aug. 10, 1 4.
I take great pleasure in certifying to the
ourity and the mneritof Wilkinson't Match-
le's Mineral Water. This natural mineral
tonic, to my personal knowledge, is taken
frrnm well three mlles east of Oreenville.
in the exact condition in which it Is sold. I
have seea this water used. with wonderful
success, for dyspepsia. Indigestion. sore
,.yes and for eruptive diseases, sores and
ulcers on man and animals. As a remedy
for these troubles, I do not believe its
equal exists. It is highly recommended by
physicians for a number of diseases.
ZILL 4ARTOW,
Judge of Probate Court, Butler County,
Alabama.


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Yanlieuce.$"By ITALL DUGGIST

CHCHESTER'S KNQLISH
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F'ar Sheriff.
I hereby announce myself a candidate for
sheriff of dEcamaubia county at the ensuing
election. J. C. VANV'ILT.
For Clerk of the Circuit Court.
I hereby announce myself as a candidate
for re--election a clerk of the circuit course
of Escaitibia county at the ensuing election
j and ask the support of the voters.
A. M. MCMILLAN.
otr (lllrlt <'Clerk.
SI announceti a. my 'aii(;,. for Clerk of the
rCir'iit iourt of -'.;nliIhiI%'o ULinty. subject
to ttie siFtion of thet. suiiung I democrat a
primlaries. R. E. L.. DANI tLL.
Ml'or C(ireuit (i-rk.
To the Voters of E caintuia ,nt;itv:
I hltr'by announce Invitlf a candidate for
the office of clerk of the circuit court of
S-caintbia county an will bte pleased to
have the support of mv friends and the
voter' g."neraliy. .,l!iNs zi ..\ K'A.
F he r Tax C'oll-ctsor.
rI h-rhy announce myselfas a candidaec
for re-etection a4 Tax Collector of Escam-
hia county, and ask the support of my
friends and voters generally.
A. I. I.D'ALLMHBEaRT.
Vor Tax Collectotr.
The many friends of Judge F. B. Hoilfay
having obtained his conetiout hereby an-
nounce him an a candidate for Tax C(olleefor
of Eacambia county at the ensuing eleetlen.
MEANT VOT-n
For Tax Awseaor.
I hereby announce myself as a randidas
for Tax Assessor of FKcambia county, s*
Ject to the action of the )Democratce prime-
rlei. Itf elected I expect to m-ot the appro-
batlon of the tax payers and will do my
duty in every detail as I did when I
the offiee before.
(lao. Rmlu.
For Tax Amuenr.
The candidacy of William W. Richardns
hereby onnouneed for re-t-ietion as tansa-
seseor for Escambia county, subject to o50
action of the democratic primaries.
lior County Treamurer.
I announce myself as a candidate for
the ofthie of County Treaturer. hubjeeot G
the, atLon of thodemnocratie primary, ad
ask thebsupport of ay friendI.
WILLIAM E. ANDSKo)N.
Fir Oonnty Treasurer.
I hereby announce timyslf as candidate
for r-nonnlintition as tr-.~wurer of KE-cambi
county. sulijet to a d*ctii, fi tit t he *,-.uila
do<-iocratic primary elctaiotn. and re-|pet-
fully solicit lhe support of tihe voters of tbe
county, pledging myself for the future tihe
iame faithful performance of duty that I
lav-e ndeavored to fultlil during my p-Se

tenure of tlit office. J. W. DrtATaI.
For Jastice of she Peace.
I hereby announce my candidacy for ro-
cicttion to the office of Justleea of the Pea
for thtp second l district. subject to the a-
tion of the nominating pilmarle..
I:ovKIN. Jo.1 as.


For Justice of she Peace.
At the suggestion of numerous friends, I
hireby announe- my cant'rdacy for Justie
(f the Peatc of S icondi di-trlet., ubjeo.!t o
the action of the ronitnatiig primaries.
JA.M 4 It. LANIDI OM.
For schtmil t-ptorlirtenatent.
I m a candidate for county superinteo-
dent of public instruction, subject to the
democratic prlinaries. I re-p.ctfully so-
licit the suffrage of the E-cainbla county
voters for the above-named poi*iion.
JAM h M. TATC.
For bchio I Superintentdent.
To the Voters of EKcambla Counly:
I hereby announce myself a candidate for
Superintendent of Public Instructuna for
KEcambia county and ask tbhe supportof y
friends and voters generally.
C. J. BILL,
For Sup-rlntend-nt f I'ubllc Int
etrUciion.
To the Voters of Encamhia Connty: I
hpr.bhy announce myself a candidate for re-
election to lte office of county binprlntte-
dent of piubic Instruction and will be
pleased to have the support of my friendi-
and voters generally at the coming demo-
cratic primary election. N.B. COOK.
For Member schaml Hoard.
By the request of friends I hereby a.-
nounce my candidacy for member of e-
cambia County Hcbool Board for Northelrb
(Third) Ili'trtct, subject to the action of
tbe democratic primary.
A.C. BRKWTOrT .Jx.
F'or .Memtr s-chool HIoard.
Yielding to thi urgent request of friend,.
I have d-eildd t4) again come a candidate
for inenimer of the school board of EKcamhba
county. .uhject to the action of the denmo-
cratic primaries. E. WArD.
For Member ic*haMil Ioard.
The friends ot Ma. J. P. 8TBWARD of Wal.
nut Hill. having secured his cons et,
hereby announce his candidacy for memi-
ber of the Escambla County school Hoard
for the northern district. subject to the ao-
tion of the democrats primaries.


McMillan Bros. Co.


Coppersmiths,

\ General Metal Workers.

Siuf::,rersn odf anW HeaO!rters for M


Celebrated McMillan Seamless Turpentine Still,

ClOM lam 0M hI, wr P fk i i tw fly.)

MOBILE, ALA.



H. H. LIKEK,


uaranteed.

Dannheisser Bros, Pmber, Gas and Steam fier,


4041 onuth Palafox St..
Phone No. 116. P. 0. Box 2bl.
n.0 -j "s- ,NOQ


No. 6 South Falafox Str.t.
X111f Kiads o. Plumbing and Gas Fittinrq ,%tMIT'b. Kept -: F'sr4


POLITICAL AIIOUICEEIT.

For Repirrentmaive.
I hereby announce my6elf as a candidate
for Repres-ntative of .amtia hs county,
Florida. in the legislature,. ubjfct to te-
democTratic pilmtaries.
C. MoIrNo Jt,.Wl.
For Ieprra.-ntatiTe.
I h.ereby announce nimy-ef a& a candidate
for Reprspentativoft K..cambia Couoty I
the L,i.slaturesubject to the Pemocratle
Priinarics.
J. FEMMKT wOLM.
For sheriff.
I hereby announce myself as a candidate
for Sheriff of ecambla County, and re-
spectfully ask the support of my frioade
and voters of the county. If elected I will
discharge the duties oa office etBciearty.
fairly and impartially.
W.H. H tTCIt 11IbNo.
For Sheriff.
I hereby announce myself as a candidate
for r--lect ion to the offic of sheriff of FK-
cambita county. Florida. and solicit thesut-
frages and interest of all my friend.
(ixoK E. '-Mtru.


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4 THE DAILY NtW6: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, MARCH 28, 19CO.

SDAILY N: going further in the direction of con- WILLIJ WOLFE M8ING. Police rmt.
TERX DA L cllating the populist than other deme- d
erratic leaders are willing to go? This is a He Left Home Las F'riday and habi Twenty-two cases were entered r n nlit
iltn at the Post office at Penscola. : this mornings dohmet in the pole &
a asecond-class O matter. Penscol. question that will receive a gaod deal of at- Not Since Been Been. this morning's docet i hear pole wth
tention from democrats between now and Willie Wolfe, a 15-year old lad, fighting. contributed $5 each to the -------
OriOca: Pitt Building, ?lliS Booth Pala- the time for the meeting of the democratic left home last Friday morning and city treaury. Five plain dunks
n street. np-6tairs. national convention. left home last Friday morningand: city treasury. Five plain drunks
The popull6tic flavor of the* Nebraska though a thorough search ha. been disorderly $7 each ; three dia S T I
EEBplatform would have tendency to lessen; made for him. no trace of him can derly conduct $5 each, and two I
TEE NEWS PUBLISHING 00. .ir. Bryan's chances for the pr.-!dential be found, charged with visiting a place whereH
Te s-vrably n Advance. irabe candidates seeking i of h part there. There e told several of his boy friends lewdness isprcticed were fined $1
Ose Tear by Mail ............ ................. $ nobody in his way, however, and the indi- that he was going to Cuba on the each. Total, $105. Two charged
m otxr aMoanth "" ..... cations noware that there will not beany- ronno; ta aptai ewill ad n hrac- 0ets F rihn od e rm. n
SMoth .. body. But It would not take long to find s promised to take him; but the es- har d on sui Gs e Goods Departm n.
One Week. by Carrier. payable Monday It candidate if the democratic leaders shoulder was thoroughly searched atur- tr wa turned ovr to the county
become dissatisfied with Mr. Bryan. one day and he was not aboard. Capt. authorities.
THE WICIK K1.Y JISW : thing seems to be certain, ifthecomments Penwill told the authorities that if B ds-
by democratic leadersin Washington mean the boy showed up as a stowaway he PRICKLY ASH BiTrES cures dis-:
Patblished every Friday at fi.(o per year that i that th doctc would bring him back on the return easeseof the kidneys, cleanses and SPECIAL-56 Pairs Ladiei Oxford Ti.z. iz to
r'istge free. tional platform will not carry the trphenstheliversto
T Lt .ional platform wtil not carry e When the lal left home he wore a bowels. For sale by Hannah Bros. $2.25 to $3.00...........................................
TELEPHONE NO. 118. amount of populism there .s an tpe Ne- gray coat and black trowsers and 60 Pairs Ladies' Button Shoes, si:s 1 to 6 .................. .
brhsk. platform. n had a rain coat. He has a scar about To Telephone Subscribers.
dmrtising st Furnisheden pplication. \W\e do not believe that Mr. Bryan an inch long over his left eye. Any Pleace add to your list the follow- Th,, (are" Fin .Kid S., -rO. fo, -r, f
will insist that the objectionable information as to his whereabouts ing names and numbers which have Elegant Line of Misses' and Children'; Stra l
6 features of the Nebraka platform will be furnished to his parents been put insince our list issue: Celebrated Merriam Make. Black. T.an. Red and ull Plt L, ..
sC, N,4 N' b shall become a part of the national promptly if sent to THE NEws f- 393-Pnsacola Press. Up to Date Style.
r eice. 39*-Marzsoni. L. D., residence.
platform. He is too wise and too It i also reported that Lonnie 396--Bell, I. M., Miss residence. Ladies' House Slippers at...................5 'c. 5 73, s1..w :a l $1. "
politic to pursue so dangerous a Cashing Is missing from borne and, 397-Holmes, N. H.. residence.
r-E A00LA. MARCH. 26. 1900. course. His purpose. weconfidently as the boys were chums, it is proba- 264-West Coast Naval Stores Co. ISEE OUR SHOW WINDOW FOPR MEN'S SH)ES.
believe, is to encourage the mod- :ble that they left here together. 251-Rowe. Chas., tailoring and To Arrive Next Week New Line oy ad Youth (,..
Mobile and DeFuniak papers are cleaning. To Arrive Next Week. New Line Bovy ,.d
PRtECINCT DEijEGATES ification of the views of the extreim- requested to copy this notice. 273-S-. Michael( Rectory. Burley Stevens' Make. Nobby. Up to Date, Durable.
The Mays Democratic Club of Pensacola istt by whom almost alone he was 121-Baniks, May L. Mrs. resi-
blaendorlbd the following ticket for del- supported in lt496, to the end that en-I It is very hard to stand idly by and dence. Biggest and Best Selected Line of Men's and


egas frm the ct11.y precincts to toe 1-,
(er'tac County convention n to be held at
Frwelton, April 14 and ask that they be
ies a hearty support hy the voters:
Prectnct 12-.?. H. (ingles. avidd Shoe-
hba. Wa. bazzell, J. D. Maxwell, and T. F.
Wrightoe.
Precnoct l.--W. A. Blount.Thn,. Hannah.
Joln Christil. J. Lieo. W\\ite and W. T.
1uacan.
Pr citC 14-4i .*o). IBrown..Io,. I. Johnson.
J.8. Mctaiucht-y. John Ple-iffer and J. E.
Bears.
precinct 1:>-F. H. Putnam. .1i: n \.'e t.
Was. taenett, J. E. Ateicrombsi- and \W. A.
Ituthanm.
ADIMIRAL Di:wr's ..udde-n and
alarminiu illne-s from what wa,
called tiy the physi-cia:is **idia----
tion." during hi- recent vi-it to ",i-
vannah, is attributed by the know-
ing ones to the insidious qualities of
a certain brew peculiar to that city
and there known as "Artillery
punch." Not that he took too much.
but that he did not know what it
was loaded with. Nor does anybody
else, save a chosen few to whoml
bas been handed down. from genera-
tion to generation, the secret of the
mystery, since the later dzays of the
last century, when a member of tie
world-famous Chatham Artillery.
whose guest the gallant sailor-war-
rior wa-, invented the seductive
mixture. "Artillery punch," as only
the Cha:ham Artillery experts con-
coct it, is more deadly than Spanish
cannon, as the gallant Dewey mu-=t
have acknowledged when he sur-
rendered to its charms.
*'AUtNT HITTY" GREEN, the rich-
est woman in America, and who as-
pires to be the richest female in the
world. has a son. "Ned" was sent
out to Texas a few years ago to zirow
up with the country, and become a
great railroad magnate, according to
his ambition. He is now on the way
toward the shining goal, being gen-
eral manager of a railroad "*-ysteni"
eleven miles in length. On theside.
he desired political honors. also, and
forthwith organized a faction con-
slating of lnnm-elf and three po',t-
mastert- doing busin!-s (.n 1!i- "'-vs-
tern." Having got thus far. he pro-
jected a boounm for the vice pr-i-
dential u.miunatioii. It has not yet
reached i publican headquarters.
but when it does it is (xpect d to
cause con-Sterna:ticn among thli faitih-
ful. The view Mark HlannA inay
take ct it when lie sees it may de-
pend somew:!,a upjuo t.,he txac: 114-
ure- of Mrs. ( -. prI posEd coutribu-
icitn t, t::r!: ;.u !'.i'anc !:):,.. fu'd
in b: ha' .f .f ,' r aai ti:i,..- .'; i, .

hir N* bra-ka I1!otvf` in.
The ..v. : h !h Mc'! .:.1 New-'. ':,;
ackuowl dgcd ..dv,.c.,t, of Mr. Bryan
for the presidential nomination, is
not pleas'.d with tlhe N. bra-ka plat-
form asa lilotcil for the one toe b.
adopted at Kia,-.t- C'ity. inotwith-
rztaiding ti: :.i,;p rentt'y autihorita-
tive atiii'.iin :' li.ilt t:a t it i- r,-
garded by Mr. ?'ryan -is !i- Ji-lal
w hat 1 ,. lU t .::i l i l.:t.',::l U:.,ul.l

T he C, i1d:-"'.t 'f <. i.) .. n'* i- :
pe rs th I".' ;: : t : ItI N -t
ullbra. 1: ;.*- -; ) t:;owM ; f
to tbthe v. ..': ;a: p I 'I,-: :. n ;: -.t -





brijGoksia it, :% w, ,tfor th i-' ast' ..i'. ( f ;; .
partecas. t i. ;' i"* ;i Is' r .1 -
twhch o u t' o : : I :.' *:i .' i. r .:.l.


( e w s' a t .' ,i :' : < : '. -
Yentioi Iso t .it to K:tst- l'-y w.t. th' -
detstanodida .' that Mt.1 y.r. wa's, to be I..
nom:a eet Ii': i r' *,: .-:s. t :thout krse.. If ; ..
heiorehani that l.e wousi be wa;s '
etcpt tt-e platfteo .l adit J.'. ty the c,.)o-
veston..
Asa matter of fact Mr. Iryan ha, a d:fl.-
ealt pos t ;nc tO I,1. 1ii -' the cho;'e T for
piedellt of Ieoth d,'ticr, an' d popu ll .'.
At te ,at.- ttni'- s*. as an out aId out dem-
ocriS. Stall, he can hardly say to the po,. :
last. at be wants ta.er support. :.,, l e is
Aantll making any c.'toIcesson- to tae.: s:-
the democrats ec platform.
li1t1e ms to bw clear that tb.' co

be made to them in theNebraska platform
am not wbo.ly approved by *out- f the
m* t prointient tof tthe democratic hlder,.
Theqbaetion whacb presents its-'f 1t thi:';.
What oonce,-'i.i- w;Il Mr. Bryan lie wil:L.a.
4 imaket toi lb p 'pu:Its i tih-l ariiiciattc


tire and complete harmony between
the two democratic factions may en-
sue, assuring victory for the united
party greater than was ever before
experienced.

'Difficulties give way to dili-
gence." and disease germs and b.ood
humor disappear wheii Hood's Mar-
-aparilla is faithfully taken.
L.ASr WEEK'S EX'OIRTS.
Foreign Shipments Were Valued at

Tl:e cu-tom house records show
that three steam and ten sail ve-st i-
of an aggregate tonnage of 10.547 ar-
urved during last week from l.,reign
ports and that four steam and fivp
sail vessels of an aggregate tonina.te
of l>.802 cleared for foreign ports.
Tue shipments to foreign port-
during the week ware valued at $L7.-
53's and were distributed as fllow-:
Havana .,:.a
cardifT "
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Matazaas 4
Lam-zIon I'-.




Theltein of export during 'i

Tl.ndUer and lumber. it,
Hiuml i n ert. t".', '.
I ur%,iture, Ib-
Coal., toni. 4 ,
I o'n ptpe. ibs
Plumersb materi.J. lbs
To t. bales .....
\Vosp hatndle-, cae '.
I-uoo n.ture, l- .:_4
'luo ifr". m after l., bs t-'..;.";

lour. bb-
M*- r, cask 2' -
to"'in. bbl,
Adv'-rLisizi Il.in s t'r. 11t- -
liH oc- ..

A eight t of Telror.
'"Awful anxi ty was ftel.t fr t!.
wi jow of th- br,ive. (;-t tral ur,:--
ArT of M .1i hia". .Me., whe!i t.;-( dic-
t- rs sail -lihe could not live till inorn-
i:.;-," writes Mr-. tS. H Lioicol::. w!;,,
atte.d%-1 lI ,-r ti:.t feairf'l ni-L:. **A ;;
tilou- tt .( IU *zt c. !n i ,-- i;.t!;
Puetun,,nia, )ut shlie I .:..d i r Dr.
Kiag'4 New Discov, r'. .-:Iyai, it Lu
more than once saved her life. a;.dl
had cured her of Consumnption. Af-
ter three small doses she slept te-ily
all night. and its farth-r us,- com-
pl tt-ly cured her." Thi- n'arvyel I:
imeditJine i-guarantel! to cure all
throata. C! 1-tt and L', n I) Di-ea e .*
On()ly 0e and $1 NJ. '1 rial bo:,;'., r -r
at W. A. D'Alembc-rte's di:u; s1:'
C NTY ('.CNV.N I I'IN.
.A ."*' C ;::s n..i;,. Ti ip R.te :.ai
.p-cial Trains.,
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PRTllERTS. F.a Ma c,. 1O I-:C.*.
.dit litor ily No w :
Dear Sir-e;,! ,w i: to 'c'i ; ,!,le Cf
trains for the county c ,nvt-,tito:n at
Powe-lton, April 14:
Le 'tvo Fl- at i i n No. i : "'.
II aVt u e llll 1' 1* I '.A l ; ,01,. 14 Ii.
l t.v urni. ., t-lave l'o nlit>n a; p :: .
P :l'l -- ta t!:hat t ., (-,:4V! ;",:
wi,; Lie h.-ld it. the .:mi!'i;., tou-
sthi'.'l, lou-e' I't'owt 1- l ;-1n1id t' (
oi i t- e w ill 1w ,,t t:" -p!< p
b:- ft, '.>re. '1 h,, r:ate oi io (e.':L- fI ,:
;t t* r' .u-wl trip ;1i; dy :ii..-: .
i,. -- ;',' !1 i n; .il 'At l ,f ." ;:il'., .
Yf.'t t :r;il'.
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('! ; ir' 1 ('O:;. On I ; i3:.- :1.
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t t:.\
with I.r.v i'." u-:u' e a- ,"e" d t-ir;at', it'.nl
; i 1.i No. 12 t1l" C' t;l :i- hie)-
t ,1t.. t'. ':a' tio'I ;aIt Powcl;o:i. A :.l1
Li 4 ', tir- t:ily.
\\VM. I). C'A-:'I I:A .EL.
\VOI) W.LNTI:I).

-.' "1a It. n -r.
"2 2 -.'i >, "t I-. -'0 .
Ii ;'i:ah r. -'. :.r'*'* :z.'-f: for I)(--
\\',-W,,"' Cou':h Cure. Diarrho.i I -l: -
cly :i.d V.'itch Htai.-l 'a!ve. They'
guirantee all three of the-e prt-par;:-
tions and will cheel fully r:t'uii.l the
money to any oin' who Ii-e- then
without being benefi:,d. Price 25
cents each.
Cleaning ladies skirts and waists
is one of dry.


Your ULiver
Will be roused to its natural duties
and your biliousness, headache and
constIpation be cured if you take


!ee our aear ones suAer wn Je await-
ing the arrival of the doctor. An
, Albany (N. Y.) dairyman called at a
drug store there for a doctor to come
and see his child, then very sick
with croup. Not finding the doctor
in. he left word for him to come at
once on his return. He also bought
a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy, which he hoped would give
some relief until the doctor should
arrive. In a few hours he returned.
saying the doctor need not come. as
the child was much better. The
druggist, Mr. Otto Scholz, says the
family has since recommended
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to
their neighbors atd friends until ,he
has a constant demand for it from
that part of the country. For sale
by Hannah Bros., 21 South Palafox
street.
General Order No. 40.
HEADQUARTERS FLORIDA DIVISIONN
l'NITFED CONFEDERATE VIET-
ERANS, Brooks-ville, Fla..
March 24, 194).
GENERAL ORDER. No. 310:
I. The Major-General Command-
ing the Florida Division, United
Confederate Veterans, annOlinces
that the eighth annual encampment
of the Florida Division, United Con-
federate Veterans, will be held in
the city of Persacola, Fla., Thurs-
day and Friday, April 26 and 27.
19oo. All Confederate organizations
and all Confederate soldiers and sail
ors, of every arm and department,,
are cordially invited to attend. All
Camps are urged to make their an-
nual reports and forward their per
capital to the Adjutant-General at
once, also to elect delegates to repre-
sent them at the reunion. The rep-
resentation will be one delegate for
every twenty in good standing; pro-,
vided that every camp shall be
entitled to at least two delegates.
All dues must be paid before any
camp can be permitted to take part
in the reunion. Among tie. most im-
portant matters demanding attention
will be a revision of the byr-laws of
the division to make them conform
to the U. C. V. constitution.
II. The Major-U(ener.al desires t-,
call -pecial attention to t!;- ri.unio
of the as--ociatiti., w ;.i,'h will t.ke,
place at Louisville,. K., May :;o and
:U1, aid June 1. 2 and ;. It will hb-
t,ii tfi-t to b, hlhld oii'-id, o.f thl
CoifeJderate St;.t,-. t, :;itry :, I wii;l
b" One of unllsu l iIt. it t ;-t ili-
po1rtI'allc Our li),.r,-ic e .:i:; .l. tof
Kentutcky have (et- ;'i .*: d : :'iks
it thle ra: ,of anv v, t lhild hb '.'t.e' '. VC .
IIl. OfHcers of't t i, : !.. :3
are directed to as-i": lriii l- '.*n:-
:mand(rs and Camps in *-v..-, way
pios-sible and to see th : all ''.1it p-
that comine under their sup,-,r i-iL T
pay up their iper capit',.l and are
properly represented. boitth in; the-
tate En'canipm'-nt ,t I' :. ac. '.nl
and the Gei(n.r. I'eu,. ::. at LO,;i--
,1. : ,.
I Ne io.:i;atiojn Ar.- ; ',r : -;-.
with t:e. railroads 4 f t' ,f -t ,'*. f;I
thoe' paurpo-o ,f Pecr'l:! -peci' i rit-
to th I'Penl-an l ,i ie ,nni,;. an:d it is-
exp';, ted t!sat ;a at'., ie -' '.'. pt,-'
'.ilt ,. :'; w ay. w ill i '"I r t1d.
(.'ni w ill t :. : aI
-.a ;ire fix,'d.
I .. ,,:', r ,ef .-: I. v .
M ,j. (;-n'!. .: :: a:; -.
F i 'I. L. : : aI <'. f :.

NXorvi, w aikn(p-- i :" p)'.'it.lti,
ti th', V rt itidie.','- i l:- .;-r ,r ,*,
thl- -tst:]''li and di..' -'i,.i P'i:i*'K .\
A' l i- rITTFRS IS -a W.i- l';dil ronIri'dy
in -to,'' c:, -s. It 'lea i-, -'r.=ni:tlh-
:- in r t-.tul tes t,!, ',,*. :: i h. iiv.r
. .:,l how l. rem ov-- ct"4 ('1.-, of
:I;,"* o ',-art -.y::!pt,;on< a;u .( [.:ll.mi- i u ;t
-; .i2 t'o(d vzd)rou- b., -Jy. s 'hi l'y
}i::tiih il' i o-.


VWill move in their elegant new qua -ters,
II Sou h Palafox street, in th- Singer
Sewing Machine Co's store, March 26:h.
Onand aftorthit datethey will be found
there.


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iIrL TONUC


33 9-Saunder9, J. residence.
285-Miller. W. R.. grocery. Boys' ShirtS in the City.
331-Hirschman. Ike, residence.
157-Kruger & Kugleman, whole- We are now in a Position to Offer the Public Great Value- ,
sale grocers. Youths' and Boys' Clothing. having in Stock Over a 'hi'u-,
25S-Israel, Sam, res-idence. Suits to Select from.
365-Flasher, meat market.
246-Brosnaham, H. A., residence. Men's Pants in Endless Variety from..................Cc to ...
313--Knowles. C.. residence.
394-Brvans. Dr. R. L., ofiei. Our Line of Neckwear Comprises Every Style K.,owr. t*, t..
338-Marsh, I)r. C. F., residence
391-Howe, (lo. W'., residence. Corless, Coon & Co.'s Collari naid ('ilff.
322-New Cordova restaurant.
G. B. PrIot.
Manager. h.wt | t .... d C -


A -'riedtflul Blunder
Will often cau-e a horrible Burn,
Scald, Cut or Brai-e. Bucklen's Ar-
nica Salve, the be.t in the world,,
will kill the pain ad plronmptly heal
it. Cures Old So)re-, Fever ores.
Ulcers. Boils, Felons, Cornsall Skin
Eruptions. Best Pile cure on earth.
Only 25 cents a box. Cure guaran-
teed. Sold by W. A. D Alemberte,
Druggist.

We are permanently fixtures here, not-
withstanding all reports to the contrary,
and we are now at II S. Palafox street.
JAsss Frelch Piano & Oran Cc.
11 S. Palafox Street.


Buggies! uggiesi! Buggies!


A SOLID CAR LOAD. Stylish Stick Seats,

SF-etty Phaetons.
CAn LOAD RI ICES nr! oad Carts, B c e :;:

Any and Every Style! Top Buggies.


CASTOR I A BEST MAKES, LATEST STYLES.
For infants and Children. First Come, First Served; They Won't Last Long.
The Kind Y0ou Have Always Bought
Bears teYes' We will Allow You Somethinm for that 01t Bu.z-:y :f :
Bears tne Ain't but Fifty Cents.
igature of ..


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


0--GRAND-(:


W ~ LrIdTA t, kA,

MIAR~CH 28'th A.TD




b~igiiSs Le COHEN',


Quality.


,m artiel& t

CANDY.



N 0 Ai1)IUTEI'tATI ()N.
A-, ';a d -.-u (tAr ffi ('ca ndy iad-' by

Aill en Candy Mf~g Co.,


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CRAND
RINa OPENING
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~1Ii~iaiu ~obnson & eonl.


BUY THE BEST.

^-ITS ECONOMY !

Our R~FR IGERATORS are Guarat;.:.,i t..;, 1 I
:itid t:ike a lh'ow.r t,ii;,erAt;.re than any rather ,on tti. o ili.rk'.
STi'vy have ,an A)h-nlut' DRY I1'A: 'PROVISION C(I IAMI;- I :
Wa\rraited Ab-',lut-e!y ).A,-rl--.
29th, -----C- ___
5\OurIce Cream Freezers!-


WARRANTED TO FREEZE IN 3',. MINI T'E-

JyW Pric(s nro Higher than for I:f, rior iak,'. Con, :mr.
p'.ai:n then to you.

GRB. OERSON*
107 South Palafox.


JUST OPENED.


;1 Evc:'ythinc- New and Clean.-

Mes't A' V.. p! t r"'( ity. Rogul ar oaI e-
an- :Or 1-7- Ih~i -ec lVeckv I


BAKTXR


. CO., Proprietors,


14 T Gc'i ERN MNEkT 4 SaT,,ET.


Len ten


A- N,TLTITNERY
-AT-
BOWERS & "U~'SE'S


Wednesday, March 28th,
Evryby nPds a tonic those and continuing all
lazy spring days to drive away that the week
tired feeling. Mountain Mint Tonic
does this. It invigorates and puri- U .r Hrats ~d ,Pries 8. a
files the blood. It cures the worst y' u -
You art- rordially Invited
cases of indigestion. It cures per- ;' toAttend.
manently all stomach troubles. It
makes the sick well; the weak-
strong; and it gives one who is all ----- -:'----'-t ----"
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 as the MISS R. N EWELL,
best tonic they ever used. It does
more than we claim for it. One dol- TT W.R 0 AM A TTADR


Delicacies,


watch rilli I pikcep efor Our

List of sweialties.......


SOL CAHN


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Investigate the Convertible Term Co tracts
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, MARCH 26, 1900.


@jtlcura

REMEDIES


THE SET
I&@f rAS


OCA EtwS NnOTES ncest tenderloin steaks you ever
IOCRA NEWlS NOTES -ae
A party of about twenty ladies
and gentlemen on the launch Pau-
line are enjoying a trip up the sound
,, r. ,,t to-day.
.,, I r0Ir n .r'fh t,.
...c. or. -trdio.- 7' 4 There will be a meptinc of Pensa-
.... ...-... ,* cola Lodge No. 3 tonight at 7:&3
... .". o'clock. Import'it bun-ico-; al-o
S .,..::i v..... re-iding of the rep.j:t from the- Wrand
:,, a.. b,,.t r lodge.


.. :,. ,..,, ..:.. ,t The democratic executive? eonm n-
mitt-e off the first conurcs-ional dli- sI
S .* .. : .. i ., trlct will inoet at Tallaha:-ee to-
I ... -'arii ..1.. I torrotw to select time and phlce for clls f CUTXR SOAP, t cl sDc m= C
-J ..I.. ..llling the congre-.ional cinvea-I SMk, TICl'RA ltctl, t0o bcal k s(lBkanI
S,.: v,. rl Na-viile i- t:'. a mcOuwi 1SO.LVB, to catl tc Mod, is
-" f t!;. E-(carnit l. A dead horse wa:q f.aund th is morn- o SICIdSl cat e the IM ISt ilUtig, d i.
.* ..r ,,f Norf.ilk Va in onI Havnu ,tr-*et. b-tw e'a Jack- AIrI skla, scal, aid ied b ers, rashes.
.. .. t th E.c.aumbia. -i-o and Belmont. and the police iLo3a lntiBSWith lkss io lir,WWhoa
were notified and removed it. No bksl utp si. 3a al lcacS fl.
SM.- J .-kiUnnr of Kirt- one wouldd be found who knew the
tl -:- ,of t!.e L-C.la:i- owner. Soldevtery-,he. Pie ". TJw BT. $I'; rCrticrst
soAP. 2ki a oTUIrT. O1.C.i B .LVNT (al lie), S.0soc.
Mr. J. M. Offield, a prominent cit- on, DRUe G A DCU,. COUP,. Bo Props., Bos.1M,
S F Mak of the Nw :- izn and merchant of Sedalia, Mo., *. Howtocon.fao.6-p ,ok.f,.,.
yI a:***- -toplin at t:;e was in the city Saturday and yeF-
: trday eu route to the peninsula DONNED BULLER'S PAJAMA
MArhur. a w-li k-w were he has important landed in- DONNED BULLERS PAJAMAS.
NT, Ar'hur. a w,-Ii krow t
.r.- ,,.e-rator of r.!- eadz. ia at London Society Wonan Createsa Sea.C
.u.t i. A. L. McCallnm of Baldwin coun- station at Cape Town.
Su-t n E b J. A. Pri twood of Andaluia,L. LONDON, M.rch 24.-If anything i.
-,.t -eIn E-eatnbiu k. Moe-, of Warrior and W. N. Can- eThagtis
w. aithe tcanidat of (reewod. are among te interesting ety more than the con-
A.V fli".. Alabamian regi@te ed at the Mer- Itant departure of fashionable women
!. .: a':l Mi-C ('rumn of Mfont- chant-s. for Cape Town it is the scandals that
.! t.-ti..f MrI-. M. Me-1 Mr. F.S. Mellen, of the firm of oome back about those already out
*- w-.. Talvor & M.ellen of this city. and there. Tha latest is that of a woman
kt.v k and( J. .. NMi- Mary Churchill of New York, prominent in society and the wife of a
*j ,of M.atl'tia art-. ,=- were wedded at noon to-day at the. well known baronet. Sne went out *
,. Mr.t!..it- -Fit-t Pre-byterian church. R-v. W. nurse Gneral Buller's wounded, ba:
E. Mcllwain otliciating. becoming ta-3 worts for liquor she was
'. H .. f "-: tf r. shut up by that commander in he room
** I 1 .\ I ,;i.l of Atl:,ta. a i Dr. F. J. B. Rohnlie-r. thi. azed of the local station waster. Discover.
*... i- L.ut:a'- ,;u--. .ittL-r -f .Mr. Florence R.LeB tron of ing his pajamua and a short coat. -'
S. this city. i- very ill at his homue en donned them. Sue afterward refur. i
i- J.,rl.-n id .r- inr Sprii t'Hill ave-nu-, Mo-bile. Mr- to make a change and tnus Icant ly
S'. tt,,n. I). (. t.. L :,ron. Mi-- Anna La O .iron ;Iii clad she wa t carried through the lit is
.a a i.t yve-t.-rday. Mr. J.)--;lph LBH tron left hl-r, .:t- of Geursa. iLa. .r'- troo i Il au amuu.
I .I (" ~Ii'nit* will 'j't i urday to b- at hi- bed-ide. lane-V. v,,- h.;.i tj Caie Towu and
.. f .irnm.t It .I -. ... I~,- .- ,. .. is o;v iU, L' -and.


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-. a.! A. C-o'k Eof (tipjleov F. tihhtll.in .,,-A r-. S. LJoi-z t:,d i
1. 1 .u f M II )n.1ti aF- (.igIlei 1.,1 Eagle G(ro~vt'.. owa \:t.Mr U.
I il ii r.1ritu-r-d t te- UV. tR I .;co. M. andl Alrz. F. VL. Sae;,
~~ NMt. and \Ir-. TIho-. Tru ,x. TllIazi.L-
C**,,.~*% -ackv i I Mw. \Ii-;Q L. "M.LArt!.uzr .td N. C.
\'-dIn l ;' t till- III l~wit!) The i-tate board aIf health will
a; -;w r -.int-pt here the nuidd 1'- of nt-xt Iinolth
-will 1 i e t H~1 I -0till Eif C41tj .to ci u-i de-rthe qutl-t ion (it ptiy i g
i i iih i i., aide rv N, *.1. :1t -c;itiibi;1 C-IlhitV Q:!i sssl oo for the
W' .-i int ~ce na ctine-lt. and for t he
.. I .' .~'~:~i. CItld,'tatjlt4-f such other h~u-
I!I- n .I l w at ,1a I. v -a a~veaebefore them.
I*iitaro taaaisnj Ioa ':v*- tr- ,J~ E. F. Sunders & C'o. fur ni -h toi
* *~ t I.rchiinat-. th-* ci Wta of all of the-ir -inackR, for
11- A .- -0 U-ei" in (%01- -Of wounds. etC., an a1it -


A invE-,tiiZug, if s)-'rcii1rj-tla
f Y.- IIIwitomom.,r.I at t-e' (!,tamib,.r

l 11!i )1 el~ i~tt ti..11i4 ott! i. t. # III -[I
hag -,ft!,th St-imalt-P'-t1'~colu rail-


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NAhTURES


OWN


MEDICINE


THE


A tu.l(,itih'

will L.ive a 1nu-ica- f", t!'o t-ena.1t
of t:or riua ,lic s'Iiiofl Itil'ri rv <,.i
T' ur-day e(venilint, M taich l:9. ai
Ciutter's mu-ic hall. Ticket- aire o:t
.l-" at C(e-'- boik stoce and it C'i;it-
ti r's iuu-'ic .tori-. Price L cents lor
adult-; and 25 et-tate for chilre-ti.
Program will be publi-hed later.
Attention, FacaTmblia Ititleq, 'Co. I.Is
Ut g., 1. S. T.
In ei li:)i:ice with special ,o,(!(I r
No. 4. :3rd I:lt.. 1-t Reg.. F. S. T a
nme- ting will be hIeld at the armnorry
hall, Tue-day, March 27th, ItPi, at s
o'clock p. m.. for the purpose of
nominating a captain, 1-t and 2nd
lieutelianlt-. 1MART G(RII -' IN.,
1st I-ut. l-t Rep-., F. S. T.. Conmd'g.
C'1. 1.
%W%' nmav live without love, we malty l.v'.
WItl"lit hooks,
1;ut csI .liz-a ntun cannot live without
oHjLks.-


robny or fMarttiania -,-ptic andi( l-alinai compound mInad -OwOwn Meredith. A' .I Y euiuCertes
l-ty-and kit'wi' ja tta.r the following formula: Equal And our cooks cannot cook with- A a
to work i; it i!- i p, a k,-ro--ne and turpentine. with out the inlAterials necessary to con- '-, i
tEoin. j 4o drops tob isco pepper and half :an sti:ute meals. Those material-, in Benanthe The
*i Piat n, anid Or- '"nce of =um camphor added for order to produce good, wholesome iBgsatwou
I to No. 11 Shouth [iach b ounce-O of the mixture. food. must, be of the best quality. To f
Swall r. wi l vl t: I I t. I. erreacedto procure- them of the desired quality
lit r, ,. ,-e it. R- v. R. P. Ambler [,reached to we muit go to the right place for
,1f11t--i:,hei i aimt apnd pre(i tive audiencet la-t then. Th right placi-. as .tve rvyota e-
i;at ;,t the l niverwali-t church, f:iri:iiar with the subject will tell1
S .t,>r tlav N i .! ad w 1 l dill i. : tn le his ll lbj. t't v i. i- J:lcI( v- -.
r ,cilar ,;iti' ;- 1 l of Jud~ hett.' Dr. .A Vlh:it he. h:isn't cot in to w y ofI
S t :: .t brilliant i...d v rv int'-r, t- lir---cl.a -. Li h-.radep i:at rialn for
.. !:.- ,- -N.* i" k'r, and tlh.- w o h r ..air h #,,,!. whl. i.,,,e, leliciouu food- --
S -;p,!!,t *' ,' '.will watit to :, r r hi i : th, ,1-'" thietll lvC---v .nI,,
, vi;i *tah!i 2 -t'. 'y Mi '--t 1 atri. e W t1 izl t iput in a wlho-*lb:irrow. W\'V at
S v .. -ry -w ,* t a ,l w..-11 r-,** lr. 5i I, !, a',- 't tan .aCn elv b l..,t.':,' l ~
*a :.;-tvl. -..: 2 i 1 -.*.* -t o! w h* r cornet. wa without vi-itiilz that ,wonlid rftul --
,1,.,' : rit. t vE,. i l ., .I ,. pr L'.'tl. ,~i ',.. W l, "11r1 h, 1 .. ps0 1'iN k0,
I1.** .*.(*I.o\pIi-!I.Y l!- vI i !4-thi 04 In to I -at to victir 1 a
T ,.-,, play,,,, it)n vin with hr an ann. ick postle
aiU 'irt.-tic t" i'. iI. vW 'ile M r. \V ,'r -tl, 111. ll i i l v. ,a:1,1 ii.
rouble /- -- w '.. ... var .
C. HIts n pro.-il..d v, ,y gract.fully I .-. u>ilii- oEt 'v ry ina: ;- 4..' i "n X s.tt
S.. ,* o :1l .- | ,- iltl ), ,l i-; :iy d 1 t :l It l.o l i r Il i in r,. fr.
SHilt -', "V ;iI I.-ath 1U M:r Langley -. i iich+' l t :, W iil. o y .
tt I Mr an lev. :ll I ;::.1 t tile (hoice-t ( tal bi t. v ot ) lay
I l.t"rt* ..,'.- lMr-. It'.rtha Lanl v died tund- l n :I it: nt\y 1it : !ittl .
,r,.Terly V. It filj; l,*'-yiv at hI r 1h.m.- at W oolsva a' 'it I tslo tli.'iit Eof f:ancy( l,t t!.. Fish arad 0yst-
I (f. iI- o' tl..ck ,thi i trni g, aged 7 ;ilain. iiivarili-he'dtl truth. Ift \ It .
ot s aw-im ilht *,,n f,, ,, c.,Mri L.!::l. v i- -urviv,-dhv h ,a it i t. to to 114 t 124 t;>st ((,,V,'I N iC(i
(>: ur ,- fn t,, ('l I I. Ha.r:." l,,r-l i. : i f-. II.. I) v *'I- .. ... .
kli..v" di-t -. .' of tt .. *:". / :- ttu .-ril will W. have -moved toll S. Palafox street.
I*. {,ren ,amIl tA :,ih,,, '-,:,. ::,.. Ved:i,.-i\ia We would like for you to call. We willi
tl1'' lttl.. :, x.c: ho:;' : ..t'vii yet !". 'n sell you instrumentson terms. We will
H ostette4 ,-.-.,,*~,VI uiil, .. \ ,:. .I. I xt-'nded exchange pianos with you- Wewill save
HOStetter'S i, ,, 'wil ," .',*:, ,- i,;..'. j you mcney on a piano or organ.
Stomach .. Jis3s Freinch Plaiao & Or[ga C.
BitterS 1..'-. II S. lPalafox stre.. ..


Alacbas ......a...14 Leon ......-14
Brdfr........,Levy ... ... 4
Rater 1.1Lib-r ty I
Brovard.,.. 5 Manatee :1
Calhoun..........2 Madison 7
Citrus .. 2 Marion ...
Clay I. 4Monroe....... ..... 4
COIUbil .... CGNA@assU...... ..... 4
Dade....... ...4 Orange J..ill
'W!3to C Osceola 1
Dua .-2 Pasco 41
F...~atia '.t .. ii Polk ----.
Frantkling. 2 .. ? t. Johns
GAtii4eza 7 LVutflata
Hanllitfon 1,Manta Roth
lierrinando 2Muatater 4
If ialistoro Su-awan nee
Holm--%..:; raylor VI
.lavkson.. V olsl-a,
.leffermnii It Wakullas
Lnlutyetto 2.....i:: W alt n4
I~~~~ a1" .. a'tnniugton
Lee ......
Thli'-cotinut Se" will select tb. I r dilegat.'s in
any mitint- nr which n'vtyb-~cti .aii.re I 1),',t
liy Iit- p"'ople c..1la:I. tliruughti tt- party 4iI-
Cemi)veat io.)f.All d-mno:-ratt ni-c i~ ted t0



CE~li~y if) tt ~'it K, it, o, r ouiveth iiontof,
r,,~.';iu!vd wL~l .a*I-) Hof A RawC~lll l I.
A. 1-AV.01'
p.1. C v ,; f :. 'Eimt'il. hasr !aisin
vot it v r whan try.o


Co:d Steel or Pcath.
"There is but one small chance to
A:ive yc.ur life and that is through an
operation," w4s tlhe awful prospect
se-t before Mrs. I. B. Hunt, of LIme
Ridge. Wi-.. by her doctor after
vainly trying to cur her of a frig-ht-


We carry all kinds; the largest assortment in the
city of well known brands. AmonmZ them the famous

, 'rifibn ijr,,/.'" famous for fit, style and finish-in

fact the best fitting Waist in the land. This fact no
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amer r cusitomeircanucu'.


IUu liavy form some


idea of cur of.,rings by a glance at our large exclusive

Shirt Waist Window, and they arc cheaper than

heretofore by reason of our Motto: '".-+ .i C.:HEAP AXN

THiiERFiV I\CRA.S Tt-il: BIU'TSINESS."


New
Arrivals:


New
LACSo A MB01 iDUUlRILS. Arrivals!:


Our C-i: r' 1TAblt-.-- a iing benai ath a Lnodiy sh Ir*. of t:.,, New t
'I Ai:t-- in Lac,- and Einbroiderit -.


\V.alt-nia Lace anad Ia-wrt:on.a.


A ~ iq I --ILa-'. IIIiIUsertiotll


ful ca-- of stomach trouble and yel- "'* U I I'IUUg JUllt V"I iiU 1ulti l 11'. i 1! ti l; 0 1',
low jaundice. He didn't count oni
the mnarvelou-s pow.r of Electric Hit- One Lot Child' DrI wcwrs, !l, -n:ned and :u,-N:ke. -i;:. 1i.! '2. a:... 10c pair
terms to cure Mtoinach and Liver Sizes 3.1. 5 3aid ;. o .............................................. 15c pair
troubles, but she hea d of it, took oi,,. L ,: Cii!l'- T'-iminm.(d D:-a ,v-:- at I ..-t M.[ark.
seven bottles, was wholly cured, a .. il d M k.
avoided surgeon's knife, no1w weighs I.,.t IhiJ'- rinnnd (own- ;t (.0, 1 Mark.
more an'd feels better than ever. It's (n- f.,t ('hild'-, Trivoni,(d kirt atr C t Mdark.
po-itively guaranteed to cure Stom-0 (1n> Le .' i--(-.' Triini-il (hwvt> a:t C',t M'"k.
ach. Liver and Kidey troubles and One Lot Ladlies Tritmrid (hpemi, worth :;-* for...................20c1k each
nevor disappoints. Price fc( at W. ,. -. fr .. a
A* TiV A .... f.. -.. -. Onet Lot L 1( ic, Tt'int!!it-il ( hrie Ch- ( i i'usi'i w. T- t: fo.'r ....... 4-4 Afleach


urug tore-. .-- -- I.--..-. ..----- --. .---- .. --.--- ----. -...


e Kind You Have Always Bougfr.


? neo Lot Odds and Ends-7 r
Int Ladtes' ;Skir:s a'nd Gowns to ClIfo (O)t at Co-t M.ark Price.


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No. 20.0 Long Cloth in 12-yard 0( 1
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SNo. 500 Long Cloth in 12-yard i
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' ,;i,'h .s(ainsook, '0 inches wide, 12-yard pieces, for
'/,,,s' Cambric. 5 inches wide, for
See Our SPFCIAL \U'hite India Lawns at
.,fi Pieces White Lawn at
This is an Exceptional Good Value.


2.7C yard.
10c yard.
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WE HAVbE THE ONE YON WANT I
tntI ttle ni* \t-:ior vte'r n I.it alozIa-i*
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*'Io! Ilcthin are iu'ur tIto. t'cia-.


N,). 21 ,VWest 4.td.den !.tr-eet,7 roomtia-..2
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story t ..... 4'11
Several smaller dwollinirq can bo -town
Vou, Call at thme 11, wbd';.ort.-rs fur R.'nhc'e'. an-
suring or Investinag.


33 pieces "Sea Island" Percales, (shirt waist styles) 1-yarl dos. i. U/atsop 9 U o.,
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9 PIECES STANDARD 36-INCH PEBCAT.rw..................................100 yard REA ESTATE,
WIMAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY FILLED.-I Rental nd Insurance
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Notice i- her--y i:i 'i. n hn-t ,a .i I
after ti- first diay of A''! il. II at ,.
I uion mechativ.c or laborer ill work
on auy building with any nrol,-ani,,,:
men where three 11 ora itiza;ti..t,
of 'aid craft under tai juri-,lieti-,.
of the Centra! Trad'- ''outrjii
inI.S f J. R -..J Ii-I)A:'.


T'hrco Lcarge Stores
Futll ',f I-'RN ITI IU-. The fine-it
~!2 I.Va iiI'-i-a''.a.Pre~tty.v neatly-
ft! a'. I k14 e ';s #-l drErf)tn14M vi tes at
alt;it' ~.lcittata and Cobblpr Seat
P., k-a' f# ,P:" *Itfllittle-, che-ap and
Look1.at.tok -a
4). M. PRYOR'S
1" 4r;:'."n IJ'urnalshing House.


On Tu -v.. ur-" n. : A Nothingso setsoff a home
O n T u ,-dav- .T hur- la y arin l S ;.,- '
urdays. from 12 m. to 8 ;,. in.. p'-r-;i- at handsome furniture.
will be vaccinated fre-- ,of char, ,farston Finch have an
the office o(f toe St; Health of Florid?, N<. 9 wt I. .-.. iminrne stock for you to se-
dencia store: P!,-ici'ar,,of ttoe ("i. lect from and they will sell
have kindly con',,nnt! (Ito p.-t.%: c.
the service at the hour-s :amr-d. it to you on long time and
W m. K. HVF: H. easy payments.
Agent.
DURHAM Cigar3 hao, Room Xouldings
no equal. For Sale n a; lshadefP.lain an, fancy at J.
D'Alember.e".. Ph ne'W-. o...


Call for Rtare Convention.
.Call for a State Democratic ..eooetion to T E P EE' T OI
he held at Jacksonville, Fla.,Tuesday. June
The dem-cratic party of the tate of Flor.
Ida will hnld a itate '-onvenhIon tit Jacksnn-
vi, e on Lueii.vy.June Il, at 12 noon, for the
following purpo s-s:
To choose d-!egtt-st t) repr. In tbe liational d+mocrai c convention, to
(j- h,,I at K Vir. vi-iry, M ,. .ulv 4, ISAR): to
l. C;:nit. C.ilwtte- forti..ri- f of io-
.rn. r, oi., JU ''u-i .-e.,f the +,im.r n court.
.usp: rlt 'r. Tr itsurer. Supilitzstrendent of
Pii.tt ;c Instruc <>on. (''on;ni --iti>,o-r of Agri-
c"R:ture.a ltnilro'"l cirr '" t-.i"onr for the t-r- .
terllm of f,)ur yter,. four f I''-iatil El-ct- PrO Tilto
,.or aoiJ four alt'-rnitrte., to be h',td for at w *
th!e r.ex regnilar 'Ita'e ele-'tion., 'nd tt,
transn :t Aucb uthv.r s is May come -
hefore t' I 011Vrll o i--.- .. -
T h. di;ere ot outlies in t h- thate will
e-nd di lo-att. to tlih coiiv'-ntiIii upo)II the
following lio~ of r-pr-s. ilin o i: r n del- r A A
egate f ir nc one hund ed -tc AastVf^ L orK
thlieu.,l ,at-oathe -,te ti-k,., hort.- W' a
ct-ivedtl.ib .h, st t nuim;)-r v t,, at lh,. S- n*
i eneraIltl ecti lin (,r l.<;. itn tar!o ftdailtio hlL
vote for the nit'fit.,l int exce-s thert fot
whe, it amounts to fi.,y or more,. 'fhn UR first announcement of New Ar ivals of Spring
durnmitte.- hn ao-al-illowe",iadditiona lrep-
resentation where thi vote was increar-ed
at the ehectio of ~ l in any ciutnty for Apparel. A generous assortment, large variety
~state officers. It e countless under this rnle
will be entitled to representation as fol-
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S THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, MARCH 26, 1900.


The Frenbc Workumaa.
The lF" i;--h workman is the creature
of tb- tre..; f.-r the sense of the jo
of life an t:, ,r.,ature of the home
:nd the v., .~h>p for the sense of the
bhard,'-L.. .:: V s in.: ties of the sorrow.
Ias.hi.: i.e1: 1i" .:e is in this way, two
ujlts;.i :,n < f I..; Th(e question of ques-
t1.ons i. "V.A il. l.e take his guidance
f,"ii tce r.-', zo.l agencies within
the law (i tvrfro the agencies of re-
vjlt?" Tih stkI-te atrd also, as we have
seon. the -icaurch offer him all sorts of
ribss and l nursess to consent to work
in tl.(.i: w:v. Th y recognize his trade
and self li.!p .sociotte. They try to
got l:i.n to the altar Ls a de-votee and
tQ the 'irj- as a voTer. Put he has
heard of I Utopa. ar.,l he longs to have
*:-*w, n.,:-re <: ucle for al.solute perfee-
:,a r.it .,t tice. though le may
l.rae to l.hy duovnL his life in the at-
t -i. t.
i ;' L'y t4 .!riorrn Fr.-nh history is
t .- f',*, :il L.rr-. -E ery political
i."'.::;";-at lta to Ise a compromise be-
tv,.ien t i.' a:-;rati.rns if the faulbourg
at. I t1:e wvo:l.l i< '.t Ma.:! The French
ucorki.,.:i ha.s i-tenii r-i in the belief
in reohil;':I.:1 a. a re'on)z.i &1d ag'enoyv
.f p,:', .. a::..l lby ins:irct and habit
lihe lioathies set-,nd best. The old order
(iTfers him tli. cliurc-bs. the thrift and
Lt- tofit sorei.-ti.s.. (c. .- -ration, insur-
arce. against nrc.::T. education, tech-
nical aud other-tLe' old political econ-
omy. In a word. and the paternal state.
The new whispers socialism, the com-
mune. anarchy sometimes and with
these tLe ba:i:-rcade.- 1:chard Whiteing
In Century.
MIassdertood ratriotlmm.
Professor Alfred It. Adams of New
York was a soldier In the civil war and
took part in the Red river campaign
under Major General Nathaniel T.
Banks.
"At one place." he said recently to
one of his cla.-ses. "we surprised a
southern garrisou and took mauy pris-
oners. They were guarding a moun-
tain of cotton [1ales which were In-
tended for shipment to Europe on ac-
count of the southern government.
general l Banks promptly confiscated
the cotTon and transferred it to his flo-
tilla. Each bale was stenciled *C. S.
A..' and over this the northern soldiers
with marking hrushis wrote In huge
, .:: meters S. A.' I was on guard
-a e(. time. an,! one if may prisoners. a
I 's(irt ,'li t <'y',sl young southern
,t ,.er. said. "*ank. v hjat's tLat writing
"I ioo)'ed irt;:-'!y at .:: as I replied:
*T.e L:Uite'! States kf America over the
'Coifederat states f A.merica. Can't
you rt-ad U. S. A. over C. S. A.''
"'le l'lked at te quizzically.
"Thank you.' be aild. 'Do you know.
I thought it was United States of
Ar'-rican iCotton Stealintg Association.'
"The i.'yt question he put to me 1
dit;n't answer." Saturdayy Evening
'o -t.


anth am d Faticge.
1'rcfcss.r K. Beerwaid says that
v it-Cn the bI:dy Is fntigued or the brain
Las bevu overtaxed by excessive men-
Sv. ork it is very wrong to take a
' a. and If we add tlis to the already
-5tid sitae of tlh bloy the result
t-mis rejuvenating for the moment,
I ut very (,on the tension becomes too
great, and the body cannot be forced
to do more work.
According to the professor, a warm
lath is the only kind to be applied
wben fattWu'. and the longer a tired body
rmna!uns in a lIath of. say. 70 degrees
t'Ve quieter lwcome the strained nerves
and the easier follows the sought for

In the morning. after a good ni'ht's
rest. a cold lath is very invigorating.
tbut at no time during the day. If the
nerves are strained, should It be re-
peated.

SA' IIUMPU[O [U
AI T AXI) LITERARY
AiL I t;. I /ZJXIV
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The EasterF umber

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We Butler For Hinm.
There Is a w.-althiy utt very hard
headed clt!.-T u of lDetrolt who has no
hesitancy in teli:ng this story on him-
self:
"If there's anything on earth grinds
me it is to plunge into the social swim.
I'd far rather plunge into an fee cold
bnth. Oatn of tla'se here steel pen coats
makes min want to po out and hide in
the haLyloft. nnil a stan(la collar puts
Sme into a grouch for a week after I've
worn It.
"But you knrw how women are.
They'll stand right by you when living
is up hill work. skimp. hustle and save.
but oane they .et mune.y they want :1
show for it,. and the lb;:ger the show
the 1Ietter. Thi::ng sort.-r crime my wayv
in plu., and I cleaned ui .a no:it little
pile. I just grin:iiil at ca:Trriges.
horse. a con'.i;,in. a I >t of serv-ants a
snookin roun:;l th'e house, receptions.
thCater parties inl all that sort of
thin,.
) "' ;t w!-.-T t::- r".ii: in a -,'nuine

ti ofn v. i r :i'.:l.:t and t':' gir: l. It
I didn't do a ".:' "f > s!. T'1"y" ta!ke.,
;:ep cle n ''. : ;:-y fe-t. aindl the lntli'er
i came. I coulil h:v,- got away 1nas~uly
Switch tlhe pre,.-ihlnt of the I'Uitidi States,
thut that fellw'v. stif t" .ck d. hli ih hel:.l-
ed. lol.ung -i:;priorlike and never
smilin 'h-.ss it was to stab you, riled
me awful. 4nm' day wh!le sitting In the
librnry I !.eaid him tell one of the
tralds he w:i g~i to re s!ul. 'VlWhat
for? Flis a::. e,. Thie lan.t latly as
call l to-,k i,!e for the l-ari)ariar.'-
that's U;e.
"For years I dealt -with raftsmen and
lumbermen. I paid his bill for six
weeks in the hospital, and his wages
too. We keep no butler."--Detroit Free
Press.
Charlotte Bronte Not Flattered.
An interesting anecdote of Charlotte
Bronte is recalled by Mrs. Humphry
Ward !n her biographical Introduction
to "Vilette." In 1S51 the authoress,
haring refused repeated Invitations to
London. on the ground that havg '
done no work she deserved no treat,
finally consented to pay a short visit
to the family of her friend and pub-
lister. Mr. George Smith.
Thackeray was at this time at the
belght of hil popularity in London, and
Miss Bronte arrived In time to hIar
his second lecture on the English hu-
morists.
When It was over. Thackeray, who
had recognized the timid little woman
sitting by Mrs. Smith. came down
from the platfo'-m, and. sinking hands
with Miss -Bronto, asked her how she
'li.ed it. There are few persons who
would not have been Cattered by suelh
an attention, but Miss Bronte., on the
contrary, was almost offended by It,
and when she introduces a simlh:r in-
cident in "Vilette" she comments on
the restlessness and the lack of de-
-irable self control on the part of the
lecturer.
A. R. D l'lutien' eP(i-tor of the
J',,,in, II. Doylestown. OLhi), -!uff -red
f. r a number' of ypors ironic rheutnia-
ti.m in his r;iht shoulder an i -ide.
HeP ay-: *"-.y ri-hit armn at tiait s
wae entirely u-el- --. I !ri,;'d Cht(ni-
l";t;i'n' 1ti% n ]i.. IuA :,(d wa- -:r'-
pri-ed to r.eiiv- r, I',f iallmn-t in:mno-
diatlf-Iy. T,. P;,ii Iivm hlii be.en a
c',nql r:t ,iit l ;.t l,,| of nlin e r (-ver
i-incp and it iever fail-." For .alhe
hr H ,n:ah Bros.. 21 -:outh Palafux
street.


PRICKLY ASH BITTERS
CLEANSES THE UVER AND BOWELS
H amL nm m fnpTe0 m vpAm = tm m
we&$14*46 f ]L- .M- -i,'" f *e t.


All the faithful who have com-
pleted their twenty-first year and
who havo not begun their sixtieth
year, and who are not exempted frcm
the obligation of fasting by sickne-s,
hard work or other well known rea-
Ions, are obliged to fast on all the
days of Lent, except Sun(lays.
On those days but one full meal i-
Sallowed, which should not be taken
before noon.
Custom allows a cup of coffee, tea
or thin chocolate, and a small piee
of bread or a cracker, to be taken in
the inornin;: and in the evening, a
collati'n, not exceedirg the fourth
part of un ,ordinary meal, -l 1 aluwi-d.
At thi co)llation, butter, ch. -e.
milk, -g- and all kinds of fruit,
ti-h and vestables are allowed.
Wh.n the principal nineal canint
without grave ih,cotiv-nitieice l)e
take-n at mnon, it i. ie*rmnissible, to
ta;ke ht- e (')!laition in tte wr.orning
a::* thle dinner an the evening.
;\b-tint,.'ce ratin thi, usie of 1e-;h
ji ti'j .ifi-d on :-ll the \V.dn-t-da s-
a:i,! Fila (f fLent aiid on thle Sa:-
nri-y ,-f I: nier Week and on Holy
St un1r y. (
'1 he u e* of lard i- allowed in cork-


Furniture on Oredit G
Most beautiful line of side boards
ever shown in the city. Wardrobes,
with glass doors of every descrip- 1
tion, from the cheapest to the flntst.
Roll-tap secretary cae. elegantly
finished, a fine line of china clo-pts,
and everything contained in a first- OPEA A
claq- furniture store at 0. M. Piyor'i ON EUROPA' xLAiN.
Bargain Furniture Hou-e.


Iriasaied For 3Murder.
TiOT, Ala. March 24t-The prelimn.
nary trial of George and Harmon Hunr.
charged with the murder of their
nephew, Willie Dorrell, took place in
the courthouse here. The killing oo- I
ourred about: a land line and the proof
showed that George Horat shot young
Dorreil after the ,aster bad begged him
not to do so and while be was running
away. They were reminded to jail to
await the action of the grand jury in
Juiy.
Watorwrki h*ur k.ve-rgroen.
EVEP.GREEi. Ala.. March 24.-The
town council of thiw city has just closed
a contract for the construcLion of a com-
plete system of waterworks and eleo-
tric lizht. at a cost of $.,t3.O. The
town will issue hounds to tue amount of
2b'.0(K). bearing 6 3er ceut interest and
to run .0 yearn. Work :s to beamin by
April 1 and to he completed in four
mouths.
31.nro '. l i K rnlarr.rtd.
Mo.;:oE, Ga., Mar,'-" =4. -Tae enlarge-
ment of the Roroo cotton mill has
been completed and nil the new ma.
chinery installed. Ti'e addition con.
sisti of two wings 80xlU ')and 60x10J,
two stories each, bumat of brick and
stone. 1t increases te nuaimer of looms
to Wo') and ef operative to 430. The
product of the mill has been doubled.
P'robabl- Nt-w l..ilruio.l.
MO'LTO., Ala., March 24 -A rail-
road passing tsrou-h uer.e, which if
built will ran from Tupeio. Miss., to
Arsansas City, Ark., is being agitated
and that it will come in the near future
seems probable. The people tbrouth.
out thbs section of the state are willing
to sacrifice anything within the bounds
of reason toward obtaining this road.
1vw N-w Mills Chertered.
RALF.IGHI, March 24.-The state has
chartered the Oxford cotton mills at
Oxford, capital $125,000. It will spin
and weave. A charter is also granted
the Charlotte Waste company, capital
$60.000.
"'I think I would go crazy with
pain were it not for Chamberlain'6
Pain Balm," writes Mr. W. H. Sta-,
pleton, Herminie, Pa. "I havebeen
afflicted with rheumatism forseveral
years and have tried remedies with-
out number, but Pain Balm is the
bepst medicine I have got hold of."
One application relieves the pain.
For sale by Hannah Bros., 21 S. Pal-
afox street.

Rules for Lent.


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Resta':ant Attached, Open Day and N '.


Crane's Ladies' Note Paper. and OYSTERS, FIS11 AND GO.AM OF ALL KINi'- ; -
Envelopes to match.
Cambridge Linen and Envelopes. Special Orders at Any Hour.
Hurd's Parchment.
Invitation Paper and Envelopes. RATI'S:-! 'on .. t:o .', p.r I av. LO
Linen Tablet.
Frosted Velum and Envelopes. 515 and 519 S. no PalarIo Siro-,t c'eu -.s .,,la. l'lri.la m O0 0 .d
English Note: ;Satin Wove: Ti.sue
Paper; Denri-on's Crepe. Etc.. with
a general assortment of tat onery.
C'. V. T .o,,-. "QO II jjF.y,:.
No. 30 South Palafox Street.
O111~' Foundy IaShinc Sho
Comfortable mattresses, V She
pillows, etc., to go with your ENRA1 HARF, COR. J k ANt PI :
new furniture. You can Telephone 348. Pnsaccla.
buy the whnle outfit from ATTERN-. C.ATIN(;. I.UJM'- : Tr -'S. :-vxA
Alarston 4 Finch. C 'r w: se.:. w.d,. ar iro i:0 i! ---. Imt,:.> --. it -


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1 lr II D Stationary and Marin,, Applicat:.*:.



K.^UM VIDAL & SMITH,


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All High Cut Shoes in

Men's, Tadies', Misses'
Children's at reduced
prices...


A Special Sacrifice!

350 Pairs Ladies* Vici Kid Spring
Heel Button and Lace Shot-
for only


$1.25.


RF.GULAR PRICE $2.,1).


Genflemen,

4,-' Don't Miss It!


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Sole Agents for Celebrated YELLOW LABEL ani
r--other High-Grade Whiskies.-(*

PROPRIETORS OF THE OFFICE SALOON.
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First MiO Bai-
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A SHORT TIME;
THE ONLY TIME,


in.. AND CASH TIME.
l.i-li ,it.d tlesh are not allowed at
th sainsit meal, even on Sunday-. M-nii's Centline Calf Tan Lace Hand
E'-ts- che-e-, milk and butter mn;y
be ut-d every day. but abstinence hewed Welt for only
from all of these ia recommended onL
G,-od F;'iday..A


....- lPerons exempted from the obli-
Medical caie;y. Artent on. zationi of fastitg are not bound b.-y
Thee will be a rzular reetin fth re-trictien of using meat but
The P-nwillbcra Medirular oietn f, once a day on the days in which the
the Poard fccla Medial ocety at ue of meat is permitted by dispen-
the B'ard of Health oftce at 2 station
o'elok p. m.Tuetia. March 2. Children over seven years of a REGLAR PRICE $3.50
Vi-itin physicians ar cor-iall are bound by the law of abstinence,
invited ta attend. u'ulem excu-ed by sickness or other
D. W. MCMILLAN. M. D.. lIS..
E. F. BRCE,M. D.. President e paschal time, in which all Don't Lose Time and go About
E('aol,.s, who have come to )the D
Secretary. 25mt yr-ar- f discretion are bound to re- Pricing. We Still Lead as the Low-
c-ive holy communion worthily. ex- est Price Shoe House in the City.
Smoke DURHAM Ci- ,t ndt tromn the first Sunday of Lent
gars at D'Alemberte's. till Trinity Sunday, inclusive. Chil- Yours for Shoes and
dren over seven years of age are
bound by the precept of annual con-
SBARGAINS tW!fe.:ion. Patst-r.- amid parents should T R i N
BARGAIMN see that the children comply with T R V N KS


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Y O R K A T.-.lii pm i-wrty a N.w 4 il.%

urmwt rli'' %,'%st.-r f-ont '- In-, kisy', ;: m-.
H E RL DI fi La, u fid iv*.- '.t IL.) b--U. --
Vhi~f, di be ~ m-Tr ~ $5000d,- a' .. i:.!-::,l
Pdi~h .'lf bdP B, L S, t-, ':d-- a'i asn i
'unday.r.$60)1"V 0 'A' tu-I Ir-- ('I
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fit t 11V L,1"ht4C P~t-k:ti. a:ta-I'. I.- .-~l n"
year.t
%'oi-li k~iOU n a':Arcym- :i 4 -'-.nu- -$10 ,)Q )',;- 000t~ -:.at
'0rdct1Ve %Ltjk'oft .. -iI 1:
A 1-oot o tirwn-aa Artie'-- p_--rmn.--.t ic, 1,
gS*M-fl will be fotsifi 1 In A,. ~ :!A.,-
of UtLol'ptelMCJ'.jlp.J.b tliln& C.


this duty.
The holy season of Lent is a time
of prayer, of sorrow for sin, of oeclu-
-ion from the world and it- amuse-
niont1. and of generous almngiving
D; a ?p--cial intdult granted to the
bi-hot's of the U'nited States for *"n
vears dating from Mcarrh js), I,''
w'lt kivt: people, who ca-nnot ea-ily
o.serve the common law of the
,hurcli. utr (dispeii-'-ed fr,)m the hb-
li-stii'n -f ahttirirtnce oin d:aiys of
th. vi-ar xc-pt lFridav-. A-h
\V,-d rin--dAy. Ioly Week atitd Chri-t-
itas Eve. 'IThii di-pern-ation dops
to!t ~-x--nipt fr:-on th,. additional aci -
hi:.itioii of fa-ting. where such ex-
i-.-. nor do,)f it authorized the u-e of
A-i a. !l- hi at th.- 111- m. -al. It
.m 'lad -. !,oweve-r, not only thile iidi-
v:,It li w-irkinen in whost- favor it i-
. ..*'-, i1. ui-t; :ll thi- n- i -nlb,-r- of their
; 'uil:, t-> well. I'l return it is ex-\
*-'*+' t' ', w hio avail th:-:;i-
-* *: :1 :i(!i;r w ill -IK; atv,.r t.,
-... ,"f !," :-: '.i,; v,- it-irry ;tn.ts of iiir-
::",-t i-,ew orthly cI;: tO | is t)a;' ,"-
,l-. ili it.: duria., L.lit f o ti! -?' u ;i-
*,; i !:.inor t the -S cr ( thir- .
* I' ;* i -;=av:r.
'1' who untertaih m ti y r ;.-':: ,-
W ', *, *' :.l.,, t t t, ir dobl; iA; ti.- "i
fe-t :* -t'- i.:. ou'-;it to a,,,; y t
i;, ,: i-: i -': <',,ife-- ,r fto A, vise-
ElD\VARKI P. AjI.-.N.
lHi-.hon of Mo !hi'e.
bM. hl. Ala F.-b:uary l;, l*',,1 .


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1VW-WJ draw our own Biflsof xenneit-.r.-a:I-,

vrty. riv',Iou. Denisark and othor Europeimi ctunnrie.
CWVepi-.el-4 D's;bared upon the M13Ss FaVo'-Cjhle T -I,.-
Obligations Tak on Payable at Port of Deetesln &ILTLD- ';S
sfttr Vessel1 Arrivet there.

AW'Safety Deposit Boxes for. Rent tn, Connen"tOn
with whinh we have a Private APartm onut for +i ~
tof IR~j~~


Cold Weather
Coming. .
oRde'rm n'1 hit ., ; v .:- ,. '
cold mnap arrives. W,4 ;.' -*
het cnal you can Jrocur fr o-:t
or he-ating purpoet-q at ra f-,,.'


/. GUGENHEIM.


GRAND EASIER BAIL!
To hwi (;iven Ry
H:.PE LODGE. No. 2571, K. cf H..
,,'.1 t ;!'ow- Hiail. W arr.at n.;.:.,
Monday, April 16, 1900.

Ticket { ', ct. I',di, FrON BEER!
fa~l-;p,.'"t.'i :I ,;; D i:n'.i-i'.'.


BEER.


E-idorso ii: t)--ll MPI .6-mcat- s ..4-i
on ly Be(r a b-i' Into,! v r-- fi. Iadl-
t&r ii wn-


DURHAM Cigars have """ ..-.
Geo. Pfeiffer, Agent,
been tried and fire test-- feffer'
'M T1' A mIl.V1N^k all. PENSACOLA.


DomPso*, OIsep Li :


Tol'phorieo 7'7". 147.


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Coal and Wood.
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t'. ira1 m\ tdr E..


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CO.


T: BI DinTin n ClItMirT,

500%-511 S.. PAWaox St.!


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1 r. .\ .1 I ii n 111V ('[Iyt, N 'L
wn i t i!,v W!M .,.ts rdunivii r t .,s I *;a
A ii Iso Cupid wo n tOe race.-Chii-ago
Ti I I -lcra N I.
C:1 J%. In
Bftm the TN KniWyouHave AWaYS k*9i


Buy your wife one of those
Itandsome parlor suites
CrornzAMarston 6- Finchi.


NICOLA CASSA,
RESTAURANT---O YbxJJbS.

Frlits, Calies, Veetaleb ,
Cigars and Tobacco at Low Prices.
cr. Tarragona and Zarragos-a -ts.


OUR


PANT


sMaid about
long lergge
slim. fat
legg,-d, ,-t
a11 -ort, o
ni-nt,. as,
thie Ihxes
'ur cl &m#* pairs (o
day i- a g,
what :abcu
are a doll.
cas-ior.er,
are- two
gic.d c:i
' .oline ar-
pa;ir. go
tatnt-. B
t .re- at.'l
Ipa;r. ,god


SJa-k Mordaunt sauntered into his sis-
t'r-. sit-tiIng r.mi. w there she sat rest-

J "'I'rm .oingx: for a si;.:n: in the automo-
biie this afternoon. Wuld any of your
fair guests be peI-rsuaded to join me,
think you?"
"I would not dare answer for them
trusting their lives to you in that way."
his sit-ur teasingly repliel. "But. Jack,
Seriously, is your armi strong enough to
bear the strainY'
"I don'tt you worry, little sister, about
that arm. It is all right nmw. thanks
to i,,ur c-are."
Thalks, brother ninrie. And that re-
ainIulls me-what are you going to dlo
t 5o i pair- ,f with your next breakage when 1 am
d. -t ort legged, far away? If you were only settled
iptyv, how with some one, I should feel so rellev-
traigl t l -'-d ted. Now. there is Miss Gordon. She"-
f legg, .a- ii, spare me, sister. the list of those
e lg c(harms which I know by heart and
they got out Iof 0w.ih amr so dazzling in their golden
and up onto .tting.j: I'ut. seriously, and asking
ig table, pardnli; for :vy seeminrig lightness, I do
f int wi-h to be1.little this wonderful htqr-
S np"ant .b ut" I'es"s; but, dear, when I marry I want a
o)d many. but ife, not n oney bags. If there Is a
t tlh*1? 'Sonie wife, for t. tLhe woman, we shall find
ar a pair, ge,>d each o l'er. Till then my anxious little
pant-. Soi )e Sister nuist rest content.-"
diollar- a pair. Sh,,rlly after dinner,. the gae ts of
-inmere palit. thi" t.sO La',ving lisp',osed of theni-
three -(, (1hlirs t elves.. on t i shaltd piiazzza, Mordauint
od 'a^ t ii rI ". -
o0111 are(- two,. ".. ,I h" ,, r. rr;!y e oull,., ,i;t-
four dollar- a ,, f ti fair a .-.:l,!vy \;l honor
w or-ted ,t:.'-. t.... 1 ;. rig their p[:'r ,ous liv's in
I.y k ;,' ':i. ':"
S ;* r <4tl 1! ,1 tL. rid 'v
,, :."-,: l ;.ly nr.i t ,l d : : lin.: t




.: .M ,:,l t ,lTe'tl !his li:it and
|< 1 ii": ".; y at I t t : i, rl i \ ,,-v 14e to11
<:tia r. tL It s.;, i .'.. :. ; ;'e ". l
v f or a d(rI- tlre -;.:'. ,,'!s .:: ,-* t,.i.
Th: r ;i:" g' .tl f his sitr's hl:l
stI: I h:': stran.rl'y Ivno ie ti :;i (lo ce
-t0 sOltlid ,y tI.e i!te.n,'.l'ness ulihich occasionally
s1.,.- \ as .etravyed i:?to s.L(I,\\ ini;. Si20>
_ood pant, 1had 'i.-itci.,l nalur!ing l.s-iloilities. Iut
s s-!'.ly :is .he attei ':,':.41' tol ( o lne to
a .I., t.,r t nchli shie h:thllrew herself
U C If .1: -.''i1.l it, avoid l;;m.
\\,ich.criii,. L,' li-lu-d hei r to thie s-at
Is pr('rided/ an '1 spr:ari, t, her rsi., ani aruiil jests
a,,! tiuttrerii,; farewells they set off.
I r f wftly the'y flew along. conversing
forts of / .,,,pl:as-antly. P'r.-setly began the d.c
so. at of a lI't;g hill. Wh'lic-n something In
'Ce/S. iratch h-r triai:,'s \,iie caused thlie girl
to gla. -c- am 1 t liim. anl s-he cried out:
tch y1our Jn~.l-i. your arL Let me take your
'ttch your i,.,.. ,
N't ihe'lin-: hr worls. the man
lifts int gasped: -"(;-d forgive me for bringing
.you to tLis: The machine is running
'l fto see auay. amil I arni faint with the pain in
nio :r1i-1.
I'l:T'i.iii- hr hand] ,n the lever, the
S //oI// ff g:rl sarl |mietily: -ir;st menc. I will
hell, \ f0o pockcf' I/- l.*'l,. the ii :i \\ w:i CioiisC 'f that l\ 1 sterioiis iiotio in the girl's
( r v,. hi : thlirilld 1I in.
/iOCke s St. .l:ly iL,. -. irl f:i'.i lher ta-k. secim-
ing :It first lo Ie h!ii-lpl'-ss in the way-
%\:Ir tl.-. f.oot of the !.iL!l a sharp tur-ninig
aw;i:tcil ti.-im. If tiat were nrt made
saif--l v. t;h- (l "ie 1:1man shuddered l.
Pult pi;n-. titl, Iv r,-.raliz.ed that tic<
s;m:i:ii h hla< l 11' w h {T over the terri-
Si.. f.re wh, w vi '.i s-!:'d intent onii \\orl.-
i'.- !r l.a, 1h.l y .*l '0 .cs the s; l.1
"-' : I *l. th!- ;rc-a c i c i-o:'i-'r v.as tu:rnre l.
.a'i .' '. '.' :it ) a -'; :l ,]- 1 ''.
s';i:.' :i:Tll. uo ii;nz.likc-. "he s'bld'! convtil-
| |||| 'i:..; Tix.n ;:,,. lit::t. \-!i,. s :-2':._'..'l ;'g to *ot,. Ii. t oc ,ie lih,, heart
,!f I" I,:l1l. :. !. -:lth T!.. Tll ti. o\v or fancy 1 :' vp r,.uW. lt r:: I i, l,.',-.lf. I:, gntly whisi-


k- and d i.y- t" 1 ; i i li i t ;, are
,.4r. a:ndi f r i n u
,'.,I -'~ c. I iculig. c in c r


AND MOST POPULAR BRANDS OF


WBISIEs, WINIE, LIEUCRS, CORDIALS,

)--RURRRS, ETC.,=

IN WOOD AND GLASS, LARGE OR SMALL QUANTITIES


THE TURF RECORD. BLOOD PN.
lng tdrl- :,t Brj.okiae. Mass., and lhe I)S
is a hlar oe tO .ntoatc'i.
Egozen. 2:,';'1. w".1l be used as a FP
wag(if inn. ::w E. Powt l;. .Jr.. of 'columbus, O. / In some cases the external signs of Contai.'o .s lo;od Poison are so slight that the
Fnor--s a.: 1 miul, s hilpped from the victim is firmly within the grasp of the molnter l'fore the true nature of the disease
Unit-.i S-ta-s to) .e 1'hilippine Islands is known. In other cases the blood is quickly filleol with this poisonous virus andti the IIE
r 1 ..,.icila. a,. ist glanders be.- *'F / ** swollen glands, mucus patches in the mouth, sores ,on scalp, ulcers on tongue, sore
Sands be- throat, eruptions on skin, copper colored splotches, and falling hair and eyebrows
for1e tl> ginning tlh vu.yage. leave no room for doubt, as these are all unmistakable signs of Contagious Blood Poison. I' ,
ThIe Quak-r. by uro Wilkes. 2:11, Doctors still prescribe mercury and potash as the only cure for Blood Poison. These poisonous mnin.
dlam Mary I.st. 2:12' is a candidate erals never yet made a complete and permanent cure of Contagious Blood Poison. They drive the disease
for 2:15 L.,n.Iors. This colt is owned by back into the system, cover it up for a while, but it breaks out again in worse form. These powerful minerals produce mercurial
%T. I. C,.hru, Jr., of the Newark rheumatism and the most offensive sores and ulcers, causing the joints to stiffen and finger nails to drop off. Meroury and
'armra potash mako wrecks, not cures, and those who have been dosed with these drugs are never after free from aches and pain.
r. S. S. S. acts in an entirely different manner, being a purely vegetable remedy ; it forces the poison out of the system, anm.
Lorld Vneeut, 2:. -I will make his instead of tearing down, builds up and invigorates the general health. S. S. S. is the only antidote for this specific virus, anl
1iMj <.!:.ut at his home. Youngstown, therefore the only cure for Contagious Blood Poison. No matter in what stage or how hopeless the case may appear. et-:a
().. w!hre J.uly 4 he will start to wagon though pronounced incurable by the doctors, S. S. S. can be relied upon to make a rapid, permanent cure. S. S. S. is not a
to ba 2- 1.",. the four wheel record for new, untried remedy; an experience of nearly fifty years has proven it a sure and unfailing cure for this disease. It is the
a Lalf mile track. only purely vegetable blood medicine known.
Mr. H. L. Myers, ioo Mulberry St.. Newark, N. J., says: I was afflicted with a terrible blood disease, which was in spots at first, but afterward
*Th re. is talk of a niuatih between the spread all over my body. These aoon broke out into eores. and it is easy to imagine the suffering I endured. Before I lbecme convinced that the
2 y.ar-ohls Elsie I owns, by Boodle. doctors could do me no good I had spent a hundred dollars., which was really thrown away. I then
":l"t. n ',,l.1. ..I (art**ir, y -l .-d tu Btried various patent medicines, but they did not reach the disease. When I had finished mv firit
:1.. ad lnl rt. by itO bottle of .. S. S. I was greatly improved, and was delighted with the result The large, red splotche-.
W\'ik,.. trained rc-spee-tively blv "Farin- on my chest hegan to grow paler and smaller, and before long disappeared entirely. I regained my
r" I.uncl ani I. V" Bokkelen at lost weight, became stronger, and my apletite improved. I was oon cutirely well. and my skin a-.
San .Jose, al. Send for our Home Treatment Book, which contains valuable information about
TolI Sloane pr.dicets that the Prince this disease, with complete directions for self treatment. Our medical department is
of Wales' e(it I ;:;ion4l Jubllee will in charge of physicians who have made a life-time study of blood diseases Don't
win the Io;vl!:h -lrby tl.is year. He hesitate to write for any information or advice wanted. We make no charge what-
does not th!nk mrni chani:ces. I ),iniocirt is the Amnerican
bred gelding in thie Hlresford-Lor.llard
string. N. w Florida Enterprise.
A green trotter by lExpectatlion. TALLAHASSEE, March 24--Ltters pat-. TIME TART.
2:1.:.4. out cf a (;-org.e Wilkes miare is ent have been issued incorporating the
In Van Meter's salild, at Luuisville and Bronson Naval Stores company, with a I, LOuaVlLE AND NAbHVILLE ATT-ROAD.
lis ioppi -.ln ,irih' hi 1 I, nns lecoIl-'. capital oft $6,000. The headquarters of IN EFFECT JANUARY :'7. 1'*N.
l'rankk K *v}T;'sy s;-.;y e ih. e the fastest this company will be at Bronson. I
gre ii trotter in t!i \. rI. No. .. No. 2. No. I. No. S.
DAILYttr i th MARK T REPORTS 12:45 noon II:-1i pnm Leave Ppenacola .....Arrive, 4 p in .3:c1i am


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Opposite Union Depot. Telephone No. 411.


W. C. NORMAN, Proprietor.


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To 'reenville, Montgomery and Bir-
mingham, Saturday night, Marchi
:31, leaving I'nion Depot at 10:;v) on
regular passenger train. Fire for OL[
routldi trim): Pensacola to Mont t-
gomery. $3..-A; to (ireenville, $35;
to Bimininglam, $B.'5i0. From C.an -
tonment same as I'en-acola. Pai ties
desiringsleeper will apply toticket
agent in time. Purchase tickets at
ticket otlice. Tickets good for five a
(tays to retiirll:on any regular pas-
s--iger tiain. For further informa-
tion a:'ply to .


PITH AND POINT.
Parutirhim is ~imore, than four-fft:hs
pIh:his.
Y4,ii nerdni't run after d,,ath by oat-
ing l:tm, suppers anl drinking z too much
liquor. ID-ath will run after you.
IPy the t'rm "s wlety leader" Is
meant a woni:n wlh ilu enlts schemes
to keep people out of l'-dl who would
otl.rNvise retire early.
Whlien there Is mnure than the usual
delay in serving the pie, guests know
ih!at thhe forks had to Ibe washed to
be linoiuglt in again.
A I:uan should make his wife look
hatnp:.y and well dressed if for no other
reviiin than to make his old loves feel
sorry they didn't get him.-Atchlson
t;lobe.
LEGISLATIVE CANDIDATES
Anid Delegates to the Coun*y conven
tion at 'Powelion. 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 the Legislature.
C. Moreno Jones.
H. C. Clopton.
IDlegates to County Convention.
Precinct 12-H. H. Wicke, F. R.
Pou. R. A. Credille, Wm. Carmi-
chael. Tho,. 0. River-.
Precinct 13-J. F. L. (uit a. Ar-
thur John,'on, J. C. Avery, J. Whit-
ing Hargi-.Jas. L. Sweeney.
Precinct 14-(Gitt Eitzen. J. E.
Baar.;, A. VE. Zelitu, H. (G. leSilva,
Ja.. ()'lrien.
Pr-cinct 15-Tho-. Johnson. John
11. .Jon.e. F. E. Co(nmnvn-, V. A.
Duih.iamn. H. A. Water-. Hlrm-tf
-hGOLAY <

Grist and Corn Meal Mills,
I. F. GONZALEZ & CO., Prop s,
Manufacturers
CHOICE MEAL AND PURE GIOUNI)
STOCK -EEI).
P'atronizo Homn Itidurtry. for torep is
every rvaion you shouldd buy your M-saI and
4tock e.eed from the Home Manufacturer.
for Ly -o doing you ,ncourace home indusb-
try. Your nioney i left 1in the community
and you in turn are indirectly benellted.
In fostering the home manufacturer you
coIitributc to tie causeof lilsbor. You owe
It to the community in which you live and
which contributes to your support.


TIE IOIIAL INIITUO DAlllEBL BU;i,


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A. FRIEMJAN, Prop.


AGENTS FOR

High-Grade Liquors.
SILV IFI:R.OOK, PRIVATi: STOCK BEN HARDIN SOUR MASH,.
VIRY FINE: FRIEDMAN'S &CELEBRATED OLD PRIVATE
S'I'K. 12 YEAR (S OLD; OLD SILK VELVET. KEN-
T'I C'KY'S PERFE('TI()N OF PURITY. AND
LOTS OF OTHER BRANDS WHICH
SiACE WILL NOT PERMIT
TO MENTION.
I l":Th, Larz. -t and Best .lt.ted Stock of Bottl.- W hinky arid
W'u fior Family l'-e.


THE JUG TRADE IS OUR MAIN SPECIALTY.
AI"Also A.\znt for the Famnous Pabat Milwaukee Beer. Free D)-liv-
* ry t)o every Part of the Citv.


P. 0. Bo)x 41.-,


PENSACOLA. FLA.


Telephone 179.


Delmonico fotel and Restaurant


Bello! I'ml Boari
at the ipelmonii


AGI1TS FOR


PENNLAND RYE WHISKY,
BROOK HILL SOUR MAHH.
YELL *WSTONKV RYE WHISKY,
DAIRY MAIl) WHISKY.
ATLANTA BREWING COMPANY R
CELEBRATED BEER-KKEs BOTTLES


SOMETHING NEW

S-EVERY DAYj*-
0----A T--o


HALL & KLEIN'S


mammoth Retail Grocery,

502-504 SOUTH PALAFOX ST-,
Toloph co.o 3008.

U'"Patro ,-, Now aintl O(ld, are Cordially I'ivit,.d to Vi-it and Inspect
their Inmiiie-e Stock.


E. IPETERD$E-l,
o--PROPRIETOR OF-o

CRONIeS SA LOON
0--EALER IN-o

Imported and Domestic Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
JUG TRADE A ayw:-IAT-TY.
Corner Relmont and Devilliers Sts. PENSACOLA, FLA


A. M. AVERY,
(Wu It AV"y f Wf4OpWk)
IMPOBTEB AND JOBBBB OP

Ii-Eard4wasre=


ALL ORDERS SERVED ON SHORT NOTICE-. .. ---o 7
Iron, Nalls, Ales, Shovels, Saw Mill and Steamboat Hupplies, Cooking
AT ANY TIME AT REASONABLE PRICES. a nd Heating Sto ves, Palt Oils and Window G a=,

I Rooms for Rent by the Day, Ceek op iNontiL. 0 Agate and Tinware and H0ouefrtmlh g goo&.
311, 312 lerIh Tarrema t trt opposite MIle. ept. ons, Pistols and Fishing Taekle.
O-Teiephone 68.-0 AGENT for Birmingham Boiling Mills Company, Revere Glant
--4--GEO. WILSON & CO. ,-*- +Stitched Belting, Northampton Emery Wheel Company, Laftina Band
on't Forget to Stop With the Fat Man. Powder Oompany, Johnson's Kalsomine, Iron King and Buck's Btoves
Don't Foret to p With th Fat Man. and Ranges, Wa. Coups & Co.'s Baw Hide Lose Leather, aswryl's eady
FRESH EGETAeBU RESC II HILT, UIOLELE Ill R[EI1111. Made as color..
ing Pensac0, Florida. I ain't. but willpl
enaolaereaterI MasonicTemple, Pensacola, Fla.


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Pensacola.

Try THE Nkws Want Column: it
will pay you.


COTTON.
SNw YOK.. .Marcu 24 ftIlP CIOs
January................. ? o) .... 7.9J
' e rruiry............... s .wl .... 8.01
.I arcu.............. ... 9 4'i .... 9 44
April.................. 9. 4 .... V .43
AMay .............. 9..... .... 9.41
June......... ........... 9 .. 9 3i
July ................... 9 41 .... 9.84
August................. 9 .... 'J 02
Sep mni ter............. 4'. .... 8.42
October ........... ... b 14 ....
November ..............- 0 6 .... 7 94
December.. ..... ... 7.Wj .... 7.w
Spot cotton closed dull: middling up-
lands 'YT. middling gulf 10,.
GRAIN AN J r&-OV.ASiONS.
HICAGeo, .March 24 owvit CLOss
WHEAT--March ........... 65i
WHEAT-May .........65. ....d 6,
WMEAT-JuI.......... ....6
WVHEAT-S-eptember... ....
LOaN-.Miarch... .... .... ,
CoN--May...............3. .... 3 a
Lom-July .......
Cok-S-eptember .... 3a%
UATS-March................ a3,
UAT--May ...........24 .... 4
UATS-July ........... ....
PoRK--March ......... .... 11.62
2OBK-MAY.......... 11.85 .... 11.78
u y ............ 11.5
...RD-March ............. 50
.1-D--MAy ......... 6.25 6 30
..A-RD-July-........... 6.671,;
AUa--March ......... .... .8;
gtmBS-May..............25 .Q6 33
ABS--July ................ 6 U
MAVE STORE .
WILMwToN. NC., March 24.-Spiritt
turpentine nothing doing; receipts. 31.
Rosin steady and unchanged: receipt. f.
Crude turpentine quiet at 88.00( .2S kre-
ceipts 1, Tar steady aOLS0: reoaspts789.
sAvmAnNA. March 24.-Splr iaurpM-
tine firm at 52. receipts, 3M maei .7;
exports tO. Rosin lrm and unchanged;
receipts 686; sale none; exports T7U@
GRAND EXCURSION


215 p III 12:-,i nigh t A rri ve -Flfniattun Arrive I.-, P IfIi .san
1: 12 p In :t:46a HIII A rrivye .. NM bile ...A rr:ve 1 no minl l m eight
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6~:11 p IIn C:IIIa It it A rrive Montgomiery ..Arrive Ilb .-!oa KIII i.;, p Ini
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA MONDAY, MARCH 28, 1900.


IM P ens. ad the Koester.
A Used roster story come from a
Somerset county correspondent. A cer-
tat clergyman. whom we will call
Rev. Mr. Little. gave one of his pariah-
loner a rooster, as a slight token of
esteem. In the family was a bright
4-year-old boy. and be always called.
the rooster "Brother Little." One morn-
lag the little fellow saw the rooster
coming toward the house, and hb,
shouted. "Grandia, here comes Broth-
r Little."
Grandma never stopped to look out
or make any inquiries. but started
quickly to pick up anti set things to
rights about the rtom. This dine,. htl
asked the boy, "VWli :e is lrzutler L.t-
tie', "
"Just gone i no te a' ." r, I,.C
the boy.
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-Nanrbk t 3VT PW.1'.ersen. Pernam-
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F'o-rooafllbu4'o cwt -maoL. nw, dv & Co
Ha.. tak i *.tio'. 7:9 .J. La: ,,rnValencia to
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THE HOME DOCTOR.
Do not neglect a cold. You cannot be
told this too often. Colds are eaally cured
If treated at once, but neglected they
may mean pneumonia or consumption.
Try this simple remedy for asthma:
Extract the juice of eight lemons and
mix it carefully with one ounce of honey
and one ounce of cod liver oiL Take a
tablesipoonful of the mixture when the
cough comes on.
A bruise should be immediately bathed
with very bht water to prevent swelling
fn'tl l<.!-en diseoloratiun. If the bruise
hl s'oii,,ous, a cl,,th wr-;u: g f .4rn \'.armn oil
sh., ,i l i ;pp p:.l. ch:'anginiz whn o 'l.
Af: r l.-itli:nz a !':;:: v'-ith very hot
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"Tlhere is such a ti..::g a s bL:ug a:o-
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"All riisght. I'm :a it part cular whLer
I elr p."-.'bihoago T"r..n,,.

T- be spirit of lTesenreh.
"Ma. oh. mn:""
"What Is It. (;ornie':"
"If you lhad married somebody oiso
'4 rdr s. woulId I l.a' had rnl hair or
black hairr'"-Iidian:tipolias Journal.

Dr. Bull's CouQh Svrup invariably cu s
promptly all eatarrhal affectionQ. IThi-
wonderful m*-d('cin* wrorfit'i to-itay. Anld
haa perfornx-ool iln th.- pat hulf <-rttnrv. the
apledotmt cures of colds in the throat. chest
tan Lung%.

OUTLINED THE CAMPAIGN.
DeO eratle Le4ders Held a lImpor.
teac Ceforteree.
Wamewroi. March St.-The Demo.
.aice -cuml a plans we diasussed
as a special meeting of the Democratic
e a at l eoomite at theHotel Be.
ge last ight. Reprasatative Rich-
ardem presided sad former Represents.
iv James Kerr of Pennsylvatia was
ecstsary. Mr. Kerr maid of the meet-
"The Puerto Rican tariff question
wa freely discussed. Tne main object
oe the* meting wai to formulate pLaai
sad mihots of organisation that will
be efeotive in the doubtful districts
throughout the country. Plans were
fermalated for smmediatelv openiao%
eaipaign headquarters in Washington
and the sending out of literature."
rielrl t'-v-r at )rceatur.
DaCATrit. Ga.. arch ?L.-The se*.
sioc of the Agnes Scott institute. the
weld known school for young ladies, at
Decatur. has been suddenly interrupted
by toe appearance of scarlet fever
among the pupils. and thb regular
ocnnol year. waich lacked over eight
weeks of comuletunn, was brought to a
cae lasi Wednesday.

For Ower -'ittry ears.
"Res. Wiwttow's TooTralra t Rrr' ha.
tbeten ased for over fift" y-ars by m:l;;:ons of
mother for thbtir children w-hite t-thi;nc
Wrab oirft>ct 'OcL"4. It soothes thi- cunll
*fter* t'e gumsa. allay al i40t?. tcur-q Wu-a
colic, aad tI Ine be,-;. reme.1 for Ia.arrb,'a
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inoming of American watmerin competition.
Prican g oods of ever de i develop ima
proewing popular in t Swistzerl wand.h t
Aswill t n ,i matan it eputto.
TPe SWis O. marcg a24-The d etailed
wage to prevent, or al miners ofa the
Pnimittsburg distof Americt has finally beenAmr
agreed to anoods of every deto beocription e effective
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horizonatal advance of 2?10.21 over the
present rate. The settlement affects
20.000 men, and is the most advantage.
ous settlement ever secured by the
United Mine Workers in this district.


Wae lave ga'-ed many dnetaor billo-
W.,ei began using Chatborlain*t'-
"4i otih Reimedy in ci 4r home. W,
n bottle op#nt all the tii'aa atd
wh'-nPv..r an 'F O yf 1 iiaity or nmy.
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Fair ~ it 4 rti: paaa Iouiae. We tavt
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lil kii~d;44 olcii idi-'. ani td s lit
vo'ry roaa itinhble price-a..
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price .......... ............... l.


36-inch Spring Percales. our
price .......................... !'e
33-inch Very sheer White Lwn.
our price...................... '.c
27-inch ('heck Nainsookk. our
price ..........................- 5 :
:;i,-inch White and Co!ored
Pique, our prie......... ....... l c
:'i inch White Corded Pique.,our
price ... ....................... 15c
:k)-irach Solid and White Duck.
our price...........-.......... 1I'
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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 26, 1900
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DAILY


NEWS.


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 26, 1900.


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iwaronvar'z..'i and (_inersii:
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1. wa~ilp (11-9!3jerm in [ne east-
!0 1nAve l.&4n ordered to raily
.-'Ur'&. 1241.' AWaFJ 'if Ladybrand
p S.ilas Froo 541e. goubtiess
Si~ew Of arttenaptng to iater-
-un(--.e of the forces comn-
*!,v iAtvrl JV'bertes amd Goueral
%na'tter H-o'r force as Faure-
*uth wee: o: 1Ioamfoutoemn. is in
mo-nc1. so Lhe southern part of
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*aries Pars-aon. commanding a
S the wet-rn dasar-ct corn-
;.. : 'aadians and others, has ar-
: t *" Van Wycklet. between which
: -nbardt a fore of tusurgents are
v- r'-1 to be intreached.

I' -at of (.Gemtn WoodSt*.
%. March 14-Advicem received
-". 0aU0unooe the death in the Moot
= '-,: of General Sir Eward w cod-
Pin. who was wounded in an engage-

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rcw. Ttvn'.v were ied back 0& the state
hocip. Captain Davis and Chiatlea Fin-
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Popullts )lay Nouaimate (I;-orglan
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L~.~a~~oN, L.. March :.! -.id
iarartion rf Atiorney Tziotuas J. Ctaxp-
beid. chioi at;oriiey iu the proiccution2


structu;o o) uf o :i'ie.-pvct too i a d t
r.V"Ev )I 11 h-t of NVIALl& Gioebel, that the uas~n who


pruce uy nir scsex.,%L1 i. not ou~y Ere


with .1tir gr'--.t ri ~t d I du-trie; ~ ~
W 'ill C31 t IXP'..ct tit --1100L.' :-ea irplic-ated 1 IL t.T~aq c.~urircom was
-I. t'1lulL. 1:' r." *r r.tntoi.jammed 'song hbs..o-re tht li. our set for the
Promlo~ya f., -w fpret:tfm exasminatton sand wnen tno do..rs were
US W"'I1d .., affoarded !fthli*finally &cazo cow re-Ane
p-l"dil( Z. .ilipplillz b:11 he-ret)2'.tl agoc drmie
;v.-tii.:ena ili.e jcur -hiphtiulders Lil utwi'etmnyitrbta h
Iid;I- cs...-:tply-I-.a' iywliere el'o- Js hrt~ioa nrbt h
III t !le W'1Ill. hut Liackinig stitdetense vuil xntrodutie is not known.
-ilk'2. A :Al;- I Ii` ta.r~will ho[i) Zii 2-1.but unless Go~deu'le to-tim m~y proves
~~'ga J....aili:i .'air .ditiii t Iisensational, it is cons4idierel probable
t)vf-ireignatr42:.-ii the .ratr~ary
'r-hiip- ri.2 i:o :dt~ 2 : h the defenive will Lubtzuit the case with.
\ *:i. lit 4i:!). r : 11211 :.1th. ij out any erguai,3Zt.
... :at- n~i' d-i"a-r ~''z ti : ecroturv Power'.iva; the only one
*.il~i..ti 't NiI ii ll '' liiof M-ao uefendlints briiugdit into court
* ti.~e fi. a.. w.all a h~r~'* Io~iay. F. WIllartoin Ci lden of B31ar.
r I '-a -
It.L. X Y A :.r A a- LinursvzhAo was sworn as the first wit-
2 -41' -,- ', i I t fl~ et'..H-, aidl be hal known Secre.
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t.l.(-- .WNL. t. 111*ko n1 1 was aIo m ,
quam' i ,',.i:a iCGover.;or Tayvcr and
C.a;tu;t .u;ohn 3L' v:'-r0. lHe .sa:i ie was
a guol ir.eud o ahli of the defendants.
1J.- iai ;u Frasuktort 'n Jauuary and
l'etruary and saw Sacretary aud John
Powers nearly every day. Hie was in


., :i ;i ;, i ":'i-.l a.: ll.-., 'rankfcrt on Jau. :4 aid went to liar-
S: w r- t:- -. w-r I iin. iau touuty on Jan. h1I. tuea went to
.v., t. ii:., w\;,.- *r titii;il *x- L urel county tor two or three days,
.,,t ],-'1.T|'11 eti'.l>Vctii r i- ovvr- Iroua there returning two Fraun;ort.
i;. a~i; pi i:)l-ca n for woi k. At tae opening ot has testimony Gol-
4';.- ;..,.il--Ilnl lit"av a tl!-:.dJ ap;I li,.d den sated in reply to quebtious that
1 1ipl viym.int, b 0t1 otnl tif:y wtl'f. Colonel Powers had instructed linm to
-,et to work to-dav. go to iaria,n to selo-t 10 witnesses in
the ooatest case. These witnesses were
si-lllNG M <'lHillts, to be some of the regular mountain
-- feudists. Consinuing witness said:
.1 Nunalw-r ,if Thenm Ie urn to Work "Wel. r.en who would stand up and
a a ot<- try nitroenint. if nose*sarv go into that legislative hall
toaaSatact buy Agreement. and kill off enough Democrate to make
C('< i . M.trch :. .-Two htun- it in our tavus.
,lred and 'ixtv-flvt of tihe sftrikin 1 'I did no esee Mr. Hirtt. I saw Mr.
Howard. I toxd him we wanted ten,
iai:chiini-ts resumed work at the regular mountain feudiste or wtesses.
Sie mens & Hiol.ke work. thii miorn- TnTas Is all I told him. I told Hamp
i:ic. the- fnir -i~tnini the aareeir elit. Hcward the kind of witness wanted
whlichl twh' trikers s'ay meets all de- were men who had goid "Colsa" forty-
itatid-. Thie machinists auy this fives.
agr-o.lielit fore.lir-dows a settleniett "Were the colts to be put in evi*
,f th,- general "trike in Chicago. denoe*" asked Attorney OampbelL
.-. "Moss assumedly they were," an-
Or. Bull's Cough Syrup has saved many a swered Goidan.
I ,.* It cani always be relied on to cure the In reply to a question Golden said he
Juirgero oup r anAd whooping notiih. 1 did not know she witnesses who came
Ci..i' ;ritla e iate relief land sh.-.ld be k.pt
.: i.ver)y bone. It only costs ic2 a ltitte. to Franktort. He delivered the mees
sage to Howred a ew days before Goe.
Fabt Mall Wrecked. bel was about on a Sunday preceding
she shooting.
AT:.ANTA. March 2C.-The fast ma:l Replying to a question Golden said:
"%n itle Atrtita arld Wet Point rail- "Is eaw Golden on Tuesday. I got on
way was wrecked this morning be- the train as Ferris. Laurel county.
:ween Wezt Point and Opelika. Ala. He had a couple of men on the train
Expre-s. Messeniger Oslin was killed named Pease and ILokett. He told me
ai.id l'ar:,'trman Blunt wasI badly to ake care of them. I nexteawPow.
injareu. Four car-< were derailed. eOr in F ranbfor I don't remember
what oonvereation we had then."
A Million Millar Yee. "Who selected the men who came
:w i .K. .Ma.rch I2..--It i- .st ,i d from Harlan county?"
:i tt. \V o thi or11 iIII,,) that I.)w- "Hamp Howard. Hle selected 80 men
.r I .ill will rt.-eve a fr *if a iiil- besides the ten. Caleb Powers, Ithink,
i,.r 1!lArs foi' r fcit ui tof ..tr i- -lected men from Knox county. There
i-Fick ettlen-nt, were about 70 or 80. Jim Sparks,
.. .... t.. county attorney in Laurel county, se-
Rich tolt rFind at ID-.won. elected the men from Laurel county."
When was it determined to bring
DAWsoS. Ga.. March 4.-While bor- the men to Frankfort?"
ung the artesian well at the Dawson oil "I don't know."
oomnpress plant a strata of coal was "'W, stormed you they were
struck. Contractor Tansley, who is want d?"
siklung the weil. says that tue strata is '~,.eb Powers. I saw him in Lon-
.,,) I eet below toe surface and as tJ feet dlC:. lt said he wanted a regular
in del'a. arn N' o conie to Fr.ntkrtrr.
"..o iv.n u mean Uittd States army
..w i i* For ('arollton. m 11"


CA! :;:' ILTON, (iS. March L4.-A oot.
ton nrhi wtn 't.O o cat,.:al is to be
estabitsha d here. Locai capital entirely
is to puah tuia a nw enterprise to suc-
ce-s It I& es:,c' t..aitt a;l of the
Stock w'i* ,e t.144 : Li t ';rc.ll county.
T will re-'ir r u ir .at, !, s i, q
'-welry in first-.-la- style. J. I.
Stephens.
We have mov*d *o II S. Palafox street.
We ar *a permanent fixtu-e here. AI!we
want is a small part cf your patro'ege.
Call and lookat our instruments. THEY
ARE BEAUTIES.
JPsa Fre Plalo & Or[a C.,
11 8. Palafox Street.


S. ', Nmcuntaiueer."'
lu answer to a turth-r question ha
,'i Powers ;yzve him 15J to give to
Judge Bingham in 1 bei county.
"I gave some of it to Bingham to
seud ten men aown to Frankfort," said
GolUen.
The witness identified a receipt for
$Wo given by Bingham. Witness also
said be gave Howard $73.80 for ten
tickets to Frankfort and return. He
knew some of the men from Bell
oouaty. A good many of them were
mountain feadista In all about L200)

TO CURE A COID IN ONE DAY
rake LA.xstive Bromo Quinine Tablete. All
lruggimts refund the money if it fall tc
rure. E. W.U rove's signature is cn eacf
box. 25c.


headed toe conspiracy to murder the
DIcmoc:-'.ic lc der is i hiding in the
muunaains and that it will require 3,000
men to arrues hun, has turunea ail eyes
toward Joan L Powers, superiutendent
of schoo s of Knox county. an.l brother
of Gaieb Powes., the Repubhcan secre-
tary of sette, % au is now under arrest
and in jail at Frankfort.
The first warrant issued was for the
arrest of John Powers. I: was sent to
the sheriff or Knox county for service,
but the arrest; uas never bsen made.
The coonlessacn or Sergeant Golden.
who is trom I' )wrs' home, Barbour-
ville, has crear t vo factiosoastreand
may result in cusing Powers' arrest by
securtug to the arresting officers the
sytupatria o( the Goi'.en action. It is
?aid Joan L Powers aud has friends
wil re.:si arrest to the last, ;and jtus
how to orlug about the sane is puzzling
tIr' ai.ttiorniie1i. It has beon considered
advni-:ibI. to raise an army of 3.uUo, men
unti-r A-Ijtrant General C.GistiAu.nit to
+.) ;:;i: ou. .~cif u-ter after Pt.weri.

"T, i.- Ino little enl ei ." Iittlh
iilp'r i'i- in the blood iarve iourct-
of ..r.* dnieffr aniid sh'tild be (x-
pI l tI by Hood's Sar.aprill;. ,1)i7

Iloters Sentencted to Prisoia.
FORT DEFRANCe, Marrh 24.-The
persous arrested during the last distur.
b.ances here charged with unlawfully
interfering with the right of labor at
LaSnadan. have been sentenced by the
correctional tribunal of Fort DeFranoe
to term varying from six months to
one year in prison. Those arrested at
Troise Rivere were sentenced to six
months' imprisonment.
Ex-Governsor Stone lil.
Ho.LL. ritians. Misa., March 24.-
Ex-Governor John M. Stone is seriously
ill at the home of his niece, Mrs. Ernest
McKw. Hli arrived here Sunday ill and
weak and immediately went to bed and
has been more or less delirious ever
since. His physician does not conceal
hbw anxiety as to the final issue of the
case.
)od at Age of 101.
EvIr.noRtt. Ala., March ;'4 -Mrs.
Dicey Barlow, perhaps the oldest woman
in Alabama, died at her home in this
oaoutv March 2u. She was born March
i7, 17i9, being 10t years and .3 days old.
8be bad enjoyed remarkably good health
antil a year or two ago. when she sus.
tamied a fa.1 that cr.pp.ed her up.


Art't I 11V ll -tr i *f. C )00,(o.
RKo. Nov.. March '4 J. V.
Schweitzer. a young artist of this place.
has fallen heir to a fortune of about
$500.000. bequeathed to him by hias
uncle, John Bry.tn Grilli.h, wao re-
cently died in India.
Bank Robbers -rur,. $4,000.
HARDY, Neb., March 24.-The State
bank was robbed by burglars early to.
day. They blew open the safe and se-
cured $4,000. The robbers escaped.
Parliament Prorogued.
VIENNA, March 24.-The premier, Dr.
E. Von Kerber, has sent the presidents
of both house of the reichorath notice
proroguing parliament March 2.
exposure to Wet. (lIumpnii- si an
c .I. inivarinblv re-ult- in a -udud,-n
,.,-1iately, will cial-e a cihd. y
a:ixing a tPi-spoo)nful of PElKYN ID.A-
\is' P. IN-KILLER in half a gla- f
w;irin w.,ter or milk, the whole ay-
t-in will be heated and the da +nu-rof
cold avoided. Avoid sub-titutei.
there is but one Pain-Killer. Perry
Davis. Price 2;c. and 5ae.
G(old Medals to HARPER whi- ky'
at New Orleans & Wor!ds Fair C'hi-
cauio Try it, you will endorse tl.e
Judze's verdict.
SOLD BY
DATNHEISSER BROS.
Pensacola, Fla.


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a1:; c1. *'1: rt;e a,.i.3rs ul thio party in
upv... r *.i v tho ,wpoe do not under-
a;.:i t::1, i Us ".a i.ni tney will speedily
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MARRIED AT TALLAHASSEE.
Itomtiaee IIeolns In Australla and
F.Atls itli lour.tal.
TAI.tAIIA-,. .., Marca 24 -Cyril V.
Bitsce and Miss Ecueiynd F. Hawley
who were married here recently, ts the
sequel to a pretty romance. The groom
is a native of Sydlney, New South
Walo'. Austrais. Htis father, the late
Colonel Jusepa Seymour, was highly
connected wita tme best faiinies of
E ugiLuad, h.s pAterunal grandmo;aner be-
lug ten daughter of the Duke of Somer-
set. and hi ianatorua.l grauammjtner sao
dauai;er ot Lord Falkiand.
Ta'ue r.!d was born in Melbourne,
Auatrai.t, during the trausat;antic tour
ot her lareuts. Sue as tie daughter of
tme .nat. Hionvir Emrie IHawley, wno, as
we 1 J.is nr umolner, represents several
distinguisflni- American iama:iies, who
were dire,':iy desceuiod from the Eng-
lisi genatry.
Thie attaichument cf the bride and
groom is of lung standing.

NEGRO MURDERER LYNCHED
He Wais IIa.ged to a Tree In the
the Cuurthuuse Yard.


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:il. i d andtl two intjuiiti. 'i.i,' ne'i were
pre'iiitC 'c, io tie tifr, it. e t :t whteii
wai ;,:.ut :'et ,f f .':L', r anll l.uuei
u'., .. !* 'ir 1s. 1; u: :;' -t til Iney
were drowned.
S, ..- ; .u..j wI' caausted the desth
of tnt muen o.'curruei two bours after
the fire was extinguished. The meaW
wia about 15 I:hcr.-, were engaged t
washing down tme walis on the first
floor on hbich was* tored tons of me-
chinery, ,siu heavy timbe'rs and pig
lead. The great we:gbht on the floor
made it give way and the men went
into t:e basement in which was about
6 feet of water.


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QUEEN'S VISIT TO IRELAND.
It i Izegardehd W .h (Grtvest Appre-
h*nsilots In C urt Cirels.
Lo'D.O,.. March 24 -London regards
the queen's visit to Ireland with grave
appruhensicn. The sovereign's great
age makes the trip itself ome of serious
risk, whi:e the possibility of hostile
demonstrations or even personal attack
creates a nervousness that will only be
stilled when her majesty is safely back
in England.
The muanrdier of Lord Frederi-k Cav.
endish and Under Secretary Burke. in
Phinix park. has not ben forgotten.
and while the party led by Mr. John
Redmond is not credited with any ten-
dency toward physical force, it is unit
versally felt in court and society circles
that the queen is taking her life in her
own han,'s in making tha proposed
ain'tL


RicnxOSD, March 24.-A meeting of -. -
citizens was held in toe judge's cham- A Monster Devil Fish.
bars at Emporia today and it was voted ,)' trying its victim, is a tvyp of
to withdraw the troops who have been (istipation. Th pwf r of thi
to withdraw the troop tt who have bedn murerous, malady is felt on ,organs
guarding the negro Cotton, charged ,,i nrve~ and mucle. and braitr.
with the murder of two white men, There's no health till it's ovre.ome.
whenit was openly asserted ayach'ing But Dr. King'a N--w Life Palls ar*t*
would follow. Ei fe and( certain cure. HB-t in the
Toe troops left Emoria for Rich world for stomach. Liver, idny
mond at 11:25 o'formed and Co wa and Bowels. Only .25 cents at W. A.
immediately formed and Coon wa iberte' drug store
hanged to a tree in the ooorthoust yard D Alhtnb>-rte' drug store.
at 1:46 o'clock and has body was then
riddled with bullets. Father usd Son 2Lrowned.
N-gro.. lyacla White M*u. JACKSON, Mias.. March 21.-F. 3.
NRC ro. March W4-Thite Megro Willey, a bargemaster, and hs i-year

of Greensville today lynched O'Grady old son were drowned in Pearl river laes
of Green lle today lynched O'Grdy afternoon. The boy had fallen from a
the white man who was with Cotton. small rowboat and WiUey jumped in to
the negro, when he killed Saundersand save him. While swimming to sb.
Welton. Cotton was lyacted earlier in barge wth the boy on his back she
the day by a mob of white men. father lost hie strength and both isak.
Dr. Bull's Oough Syrup cures the worst muo thr ed child Fa.med Dead.
rhold in a dayv; tops the running of the no. a:
lreatks the fever and banishes all tendencies Rs-uiVlaJt. Ind., March 24 -Mrs
lever anrd curer of throat anld lung diseam.e, Mark Sellers and her babe, a 4 moUthu-
.-- .. . old child, were found in a well near
M3at1tr As-.asat.i. this city last night dead. The baby
GREERS. S. C., March 24.-Rev. J. E was drowned and the mosbher, who was
McManaway, pastor of the Baptist but 20 years old. had died from es-
church at this place, was severely beaten poere. Theyf were i nthe well egase
Wednesday at ais own home and in the hours before discovered.
presence of his family by Lawas Can- Will seil April I..
non. a cotton buyer and business man.
The assault is said to be she culmina. i WASIHNOTOx, March 24.-The war


tion of a difference iat has arisen in
Mr. McManaway's church.
Gtainusvlle's, N-W .1111.


Ga~NE-'viI.LZ, Ga.. March 24 -The
Pacolet Manufacturing company of Pac-
olet. S. C., have begun work on the
New Holland Spriugs property, which
they purchased Jast week for the pur-
pase of cruting thereon a $1,000,000
cotton mill.
Co'nii.-ImC-'IIent xIrcises.
AuoUSTA, Ga., March 24.-The sixty-
eighth annual commencement of the
medical college, which is the medical
department ot the University of Geor-
gia. took place in the opera house to-
night. The graduating class this year
numbers 59.

We are Sole Agents For
Rayser & Allman's. ('h;a. a N'
Kellen'. and Cleveland Wall P Vre:
Lo'-. lin \\W all Pap-rs lF'uil! li,i.
of ;. 'ls-. J. E. R.)- &C,. N i.
N. Palafox. Phlione :''. '.f-tf

Don't Pay $40 and $50
for S.;w IN; MA'-HINES when vy'
can buy thie best make wi'ih nil th
St i;pipovemlent.t at 0. M.. Plryo'r'-
B eriruin Furinitture Hona1e-, for frort
<;. tS) :,0i. Our household furnitu
I. ,;'ially is cheap. Call aud eie-
thie big, stocA.


department has given orders to have
the transport Hancock prepared for The
use of the Philippine oomiseion. She
as one of the finest vessels in the -ser
vice. The cummiesion will sail mo
April 15.
lm.;uixin ntMersr Polll-e.
HoT SPRING"s Ark., March 24.-Wil-
liam McGuigan, of umbrella fame, has
taken to politics and is now a candidate
for the state legislature from Garlsad
county.
Itavo Ut Ioi Qle- i-ral.
B'IFNa% AYRES. Marcn 24.-The revo.
lution in the province of e Rioe e
been qael.ed completely by the federal
troops.


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profitably thlmt l,v tiy , a I,,';:- a f
PttI KI.A AsHii Bi I'Fr yit i -t
four for one. A kidli *y t l-'la'-i re.
j liver tonic, tdin tch -tr'-i: th -rer
and bowel rleanri r. "F' r i' *"r one dollar. S d I.y ,iiiuirast
Bros.
Furniture at all Prices.
We are selling dining ro.i a tables
at bargain prices; as-o -t,,v*-,. bed-
aprinz., mattings, kit'-he-r -.fe*. and
kitchen cabinets witti ,te.,,l boards.
cheptt for flour, and diawers for
kitchen utensils and tableware.
Call and examine them at 0. M.
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STHE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, MARCH 26,1900.


Secret of Beauty
is health. The secret ofhealth is
the power to digest and assim-
ilate a proper quanity of food.
This can never be done when


the liver does no' act it's part.

Doyou know this?
Tutt's Liver Pills are an abso-
lute cure for sick headache, dys-
pepsia, sour stomach, malaria.
constipation, torpid liver, piles,
jaundice, bilious fever, bilious-
nss and kindred diseases.

Tutt's Uver Pills


A STARTLING DISCOVERY,
Victim ef Heerbl. olstalke Dld Ila
Terrible Agony.
PHILADELPHIA, March 24--At Mul.
liCs Hill. N. J., near here, the startiiag
discovery has been made that a boy had
been buried alive.


An undertaker wrs exhuming the
bodies of the members of the Smitsr"
family. who lived at Mnllica Hill about
2a years ago. for final brial in this
city. One coffin contained the skeleton
of a boy and its condition bore evi-
dences of awful struggle after the sup.
posedly dead body had been buried.
The bones of the legs were drawn up
and the arms were extended saros the
face. The glass of the casket which
had been above the boy's head was
broken. The position of the body and
the condition of the coffin indicated
that the viotim of a horrible mistake
had died in terrible agony.
Shattered niamoads.
MTrn'pr ed tit ezi ditioir~n li h ar


THE CENSOR.-t tr. t. i .mit.l.is.-.,ivs u u a.
THE CENSOR. very rare and remarkable." said an old
A South Carolina man left all his mon- jeweler, "a diamond may be shattered
4e to a girl who had rcjecte.d him. What to atoms by a smart. sudden blow. The
* touching mark of gratitude:-Denver stone seems to disintegrate and fly
Post. apart, as nearly as I can express it,
Who says the year I'.O0 isn't a jubilee and when the Kimberley gems first
year? It is now ainun:nted that Easter came into the market the Brazilian
bonnets this slprinz- will I cheaper than brokers claimed that they were espe-
ever before.-St. Louis Itepublic. cially subject to that kind of accident.
Thbe itit.h authoriti-s at.r throwing For the time being the story hadl Its
a~ pretty large a:td elezatit owuquets effect on trade, but it was pI)rov*1 to be
at the troops frir.u ('.innaa andl the otheruntrue, and the Inucident is now forgot-
colonies. Foxy Irit,,us.-IB', t.n Ilh.rabl. h n i periencw of
One of the L.r,'l.,n w<".li's calls the ten. In the course an eperiene
United States. *"i'i.ll,,;. li." and the nearly 40 years I have known of only
term is rather pl:it t,.,. lint a $2.0N.- two cases of diamonds being broken.
000.00 c,.nu;::> ,l.,-.in't n:iAi.l It'in called "Onie occurred many years ago. when
names in y hr en viu i. tersr.-New York I was working in a shop in the ohl
Mail anld ixpr.ss. RReid House in Chattanooga. A lady
The ca ptnin f th, Y:iloi f,' .ttli:ll teain customer dropped a cluster 'Iroch(
has warned aill I:;i l ii 'ait 'eiii t" f 'nro the counter to the t;ud floorr. a
their rgullr wik I i .f ty ..x;wct t,, do distance of about 3Vi feet. It struck
well in a.ITI. I .. If th- ,t l f thing sillaely 0 o:1 the center ston.'. wiici'h
f <'li :1 l'l.:I T, 1 <114 -f" tit- t'"nsil w ill
meanP t :t- t." -t*f a de- was broken into a number if m:niall. ir
gr.- Y- ,,, regular fragments. The diamond had


Amerirani na ny n,,t linv oe a illedl "dNr'-
or'" in i'rn.-iin without "n .si.'t'i.il Ipertnit
from the Prun-siinn cvrni:.eint. If Tell-
Ions visitinI tllis <'.tiii try iw< L.- r ;t lilbiteld
from stylinai themni'-lv.,. "*0niti:.." the re-
taliation woutil I'I a f a:irfil i:awl far-
r-ta-hing on,.-'lihiladileliipi Leel;nr.
That Irooikl. i tiin-i-i'ir iho fire>ed to
pay inter.e- t it th rilte of .'.'2* Ier cent a
yea n.,l:it.h thait hIe li.!lid O1h naii's of
I7T.0) dihld-sitors in hiis oe,,k. whon he
luit up tlhe' h!iutters. C'*-ntirie' come' and
go. but I:humaiiin en- liji'.y nu:iintaiins a
oseady average.-St. Lo.uis Gli.-DIhemo-
crat.
PERT PERSONALS.
An e .terpri'inz reporter hae hunted up
Mr. Carrie \V. ':it:. IhI- liiha. die noth-
lig to deserve it.-Mi;inenp-.li- Journal.
eorrowfnl Johlin-on is the name of a
citizen of a north Georr.ia county. That
name will keep hint from running any
political risks.-Athlnta Constitution.
Mme. Patti displayed $1.2.7-1.000 worth
Of diamonds at a reception the other
euing. lIIw many fond farewells that
collection of carbon represented!-Min-
aespolls Times.
The kaiser's play. in the opinion of its
Berlia audience. "too palpali!y glorifies"
a Robenzollern. William slohp over fam-
ily glorification wherever he gkcs.-New
York Press.
General Ruller mu-it not take to him-
elwf too much rendit for the relief 0of La-
dysmith. liHe hadi i-ihanrl ll.-irint Ina-
vis with him when tihn tI-], of B!iti.h for-
tune turned.-Tr,,y Rl,'-orl.
Poor "Ituddy" Kilplin .-. s. fro-ciously
attacked bhy MIarie Co',relli. live -.ore, ftir:;ly tl;i:; e. e; that "th,'
law that ew.\ i, my laiy' \X%: V- is liy -
t riou to mi '."*--ST. Lo>ii l, i'iuli>'.
Hero Will Alntliiy i,. t, g,'t a gr:anit
m ooument aft.: fiiline to fiul nan oppor-
tunity to ia.lke a 1:\inli:. lHe is not thie
first hero whlio hl s N:krll for liroal. and
received a stnm. -St. L.,is I' st-I is-
patch.
Comnt Broni .,i;, ( "nstollainle's fine s rIf
restraint in pre'.; in iti t o w.zii ;a !il.-b l suit
instead of di.str, :ix. Ielt It,..is y at olnci'.
as be seemni! :ilh';ot tio not unexple'ted Iy the P'arisians.- St.
Louis Post-1 isp iat:li.


at-s / The Kind Ytou Have BoBRN


We will launder your spreads for
16 centseeach and inak- them lo ik
like new. Star Laundry.

WIITEB.
Vatild ti i all kiMs sif Some


.b Wiuturs, INo

1T -I

WIU1 itiIl


weigh!iel Inout two carats.
"The other instance took place here
In New Orleans about six years ago.
A St. Louis traveling main i:aniei
Crawford had a solitaire weighing 1 .,
carats set in a ring. lie was standing;
In th,' store and while conversing abm:ut
sollnthlitii made a sudden gesture anIl
struck thie steo:i, against a metal tix-
ture'. It was split into small. j-tzedil
spIliiters. a numilber of which we found
on top 'of the slowe'.ise. The drurinier
himself was the mn,-t astonished man
I ever saw. IHe Lad supposed dia-
motnda- were inde-trurtilile simply be-
cause *hey were hard."-New OrleanS
T;mes- D-U! crat.
He Wn. n oier.
'**P'*ao,' ':r- f, r nM iIr f.a% ri'- n w."
Hr i.!<-aii, I -'.s y t. n,^,1 t .:- RP. .
"Of urs'e." said she. "I'l Il.ity .,u cnow
A nocturne by a great coni;iser."
lie smiled, and then as read.ly
A playful little glance he throws her.
Be interposed in tone of glee,
"A knock-turn is a great composer."
-Richmond Dispatch.
EVERY DRtOP


of medicine that goes in a
prescription filled in thi- -tore is
perfectly pure. Pure driims nian a
speedy recovery. Poor drugs- ilnlan
a relapse. Yu want thel best. L.et
us till yonr prescription. a:d l supply
other mn'dicines. N%. 'I. (ireen a& C( .
"Tlte Prescription Drueist," 37 S..
P.alafox stret. Phone 390..


THE


fAVOR IT


Place For Pensacola


Buyers to Buy


STEEL TRUST CHARTERED.

Rock=a=Bye Babyl It Has ionU .enrporated Uudrrther
L.Iw ,f N**f w Jlr, y.


These are sweet words. but how much
pain and suffering they used to mean. It's
different now. Since Mother's Friend has
become known expectant mothers have
been spared much of the anguish of child-
birth. Mother's Friend is a liniment to be


TRENTON, N. J.. March 24.-The Car.
negie compuy. theoo formation of wuich
has resulted from the conference of
Andrew Carnegte and IL C. Frick to
settle the business difftroness between


applied externally. It is rubbed thoroughly them. has been reported here with a
Into the muscles of the abdomen. It gives capital of lb0o.00u.u0,i, Tne stock is
elasticity and strength, and when the final already subscribed. Tno principal sub-
great strain comes they respond quickly and scribers and the number of snares are
easily without pain. Mother's Friend is Andrew Oarnegie. 86.379 achares; Henry
never taken internally. Internal remedies Phipps. 17.2-i6; IH. Frick, 165,484;
at this time do more harm than good. If a Charles M. Schwab. 18,9.9, and others
with smaller holdings.
The par value of each share of capital
stock is $i.00o.
The state receives 13.,000 for filing
Sthe incorportion and the annual fran- i
cnise tax will be $11,750.
Wages Will Be Raleed.
KNOXVILLE, March 24.-Looal ooal
operators announce that a conference
e- wUl be held next September with rep-
S rosentatives of the miners' union. This
S- conference will determine the wage
S> Iscale to be pid miners in Coal Oreek.
Jellioo Middlesboro and Oliver Springs
coal districts for the year 1900-1901.
Operator here seem willing to make
whatever concessions are necessary to
place the Eastern Tennessee coal field
woman is supplied with this splendid lini- scale in saoord with the 14 per cent la.
ment she need never fear rising or swelling crease recently made by operators in
breasts. morning sickness. or any of the northern states
discomforts which usually accompany preg-
nancy. A CALL
Theproprietor of a largehotel in Tampa or Dmocratic Primari a Con-
Fla., writes: "My wife had an awful time For Dnjocratic Primaries andlCon-
with her first child. During her second ven' on.
pregnancy. Mother's Friend was used and Re.-olvePd, That a convention of the lDem-
the baby was born easily before the doctor ocratic party of ascambia eountoon on the
helarrvd.d at certainly great.4th to at 12olo f tin on the
arrived. It's certainly great." 14th day of April. 19,1o .fur the purpose of


(let Mother's Friend at the
drug store. $1 per bottle.
THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO.,
Atlanta, Ga.
Write lur our tree illustrated book, "Before laby
is Born."

The Chop and the Cherry Tree.
"'opkin loves to be historically cor-
re't."
"What's his latest?"
"IHe h:ili un English chop for break-
fast on Wiashington's birthday."-Cleve-
land Plain Dealer.
A Consisltent Profession.
It has oft-n been .ai4l of the medical tribe
Th.at they seldurn will swallow the stuff they pre-
Feril. ;
Yet. though they may not think their jalap Is
nice..
They wll profit derive from their own good ad-
vice.
-Chicago Record.
A nalue.
Sandy Pikes-What did yer feel like
whnu de farmer pulled yer out of de
well?
Ililly Coalngte-I felt like I wua
bruirht utp on a farm.--4hicag News.


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B
C

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*'u., ChoiceFamily


n v an GROCERIES L


IRlI, nur 01 i.,
-Importers and lhealers in-
Chinesa and Japanese


-IS AT-

The Well-Known,
Up-to-Date Store


*=Fancy Goods,=* P
FINE CHINA TEAS. H NTZ & O.,
No. St South Palaf..x lStreet R
Laundry Offic PENSACOLA. FLA O-120-122-:- R

Coffee: Coffee!: E. Government Street. S
W eil the attention of TELEPHONE 21f. T


the general public to the
fact that we hare one of
the best equipped Roasters
in the South, and that we
cw furnish this delicious
beverage a" price that
defy competition. fe also
wish to remind you that our
Coffees are always fresh
from the Roaster. While
ters are old and have lost,
their aroma, ours is fresh
and delicious.
New Orleans Grocer, Co.,
rEQ rTITi _U T


JOHN McDAVID,


REAL ESTATE AND B OKERACE. V
CITY PROPEiRTY. FARMING
AND TIMBER LANDS
FOR SALE.


Loans Plaeed at Reasotab!e Rates.
24 East Government Street.


Y


was an ANCIENT w! u-ed
to burn wood.
ia for BILLS that h' r pid
when he could.
was ththehat Ihe after-
wards bought.
is the DIRT and DI'ST that it
brought.
ij the EVIL thei(-, thing
brought to pa-s.-
was his FOLLY in not u- iign
gas.
is the GAS George used in hi.
stove.
is the HEIGHT of jiy gas
brought to his home.
is the INDIAN ; fi- doesn't
use GAS.
cannot ue it, for J thliP
JACKASS.
is the KITCHEN where (;AS
is the fuel.
is the LAUNDRY. they'er
both of 'em cool.


M is the MONEY. saved by a;
Gas Range.
N is for NOW, the best tiim( for
a change.

O is the OFFER the Company
makes.


is the PROFIT, dcn't nis.k. a
mi!itake.
iQ for QUESTION; no ques-
tionl at all!
is the RANGE you shi',uld
buy before Fall.
is the SAVING yo;. make, If
you Ido.
is the TIME and TROUBLE
stlVt-d, too.


U is the UNION of Comfort
and thrift.


is VEXATION, now cut it
adrift.
ij WISDOM in having, in
charge
plus Three Dollars to buy a
Gas Range.
is for YOU, please observe as
you pass.
is our ZEAL to supply you


-~C -wiUth (OAS.
CURE YOURSELF!
413E LV'eBagiCSfor uutibaluil
I.. ANQL!v, ifla anlo--us
in~ra.uimlativon.O.r a erata a. U213 UUM t$13U, UUMBfIU Freevi.
E~E.~g.saetr.of muc~u otiend-ran-.1.
.ia'e Pmint-.' r i t-tI'f

VIL A. r Pont in plain wrappj-r. Pensacola Gas Co.,


for Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought has born the ,.
ture of Chas. H. FIetcher, and has been matdi. i.;:, -,
personal supervision for over 30 years. All .
to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitati:,. I
**Just-as-good" are but Experiments, and ealdae ,,
health of Children-Experience against ixlwrimn, it.

The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears the Signature of






In Use For Over 30 Years.
Th ClWl Uru s e pauw. ?MV 7 S'TMlT. 699W W o VOSm C q1Y




Chas, H. TTurner,
.. ... ...-- -. -


+I-ARCHITECT*-


-AND-


-~ ii


electing twelve (12I- per.-oin to represent
FEscaniiia county at tine e strict ('onvel-
lion to nomiinate a caniuldlte for Congresw Lv r
and for the purpose of electing twelve l 12) i
person to represent E. caniia county at
tlie tate convention at such time and
place a inany bhe fixedi by Itlie late nand Con-
gresaional lenio<>oatic nliitiietteen ad tor litilding,. Repairing, Mantel a
thile purpo- (4f sei<-.tii a ti'lunlty Execu- 31
live ('iiiittee to lold until their succes-
* ors ia, bll he slecteil in1 `02,. 152.Ph
Thl precincts *at' und shall be entitled to A OC mplete Plumb
the following repre-.iitatuin at said Coun-
tyCouvention: lr' .a'


No. 1. Nix's* I
No. 2, Kupfrian's ....
No..3. M illvie .. I 2
No.4, Ferry Pa .. .
No. 5, Hurst's 1
No. i0. Powelton ... ;
No. 7, Pine Barren .... . ..'
No. s. rht re .. .. Ti
No.i l. 1IlurT Spring2 "2 H(
No. It). Ward & Hollandiil ..
No. 11, Walnut Hill ... 1
Noi. l'. Penacolts .
N o. 1 Pt'tlsaCt lai 4 4 ,,
No. 14, Pensbacola ........
No. 1.5, 'ensttcola 1i
No. 1i. Plinville 1
No. 17. Brent'- 1 .
No. Is. McDavid 1
Noi. I. M olino .... .... .. 1
No 2**. FIhmaton ... I
For the purpose of electing delegates from
the several precincts as above set forth and
for the purpose of nominating two canai-
dates for tue House of Representatives, for
the purpose of nominating a candidate for
sheriff, a candidate for Clerk of Circuit
Court, a candidate for Tax Collector, a can-
didate for Tax Assessor, a candidate for
Treasurer, a candidate for County Judge, a
candidate for superintendent of Public In-
struction, a candidate for County surveyor.
a candidate for Clerk of Criminal Court, a L
' candidate for Justice of Peace and a Con-
stable for second District, a candidate for
Justice of Peace for Fifth District. can- T.
didates for three members of County School
Boara, a primary election of the Demo-
cratic voters of t.scambia county shall be
holden between the hours of ;8:;ia.. m. and
t:45 p. mi. on Tuesday, the loth duay of April.
1'.i, anu for the purpo-e of conducting aidl T.
el*-ctoll ti e following inspectors and clerk
(o election are hereby se.ected and ap- K
pointed:
Precinct No. 1-Chas. Andrews, Neil (Gga'.
W. 1). Bell. inspectors; Archle Benton.
el',rk.
Precinct No. .-Ash ravey. LouislDanlel,
.lImn-, Cravey,i li:xp.ctoi : T. 1. 4carrit. A
cItrk. Al
Pro-inet No. :-Frank Hunrez. It. P. Wil-
lati-.Johin leil, s llliectorsl.; I). E. Douili-.
(.l1.1k. -
IriciiLct No. 4-W. It. Dougla-. W. I.. No- V
1,:. I'. i (b.ui.alez. iiispt ctor's; W A. Tip-
pmn. clerk.
I'l'- iic'l rt No. .5- eo. 1 |Ifivl<, I. .l ill k l .v-
aitr. A. .J. Iu-0tiee. inspectors. ; Louis Fraiter.
l-I k.
I'Picinct No *;-<;i. \W. .quinnii, W. M. e-
\ v. in. lHeindirsol, in.spectors0 kF..J it-
hiii h <' l>'i k.
r i -ciict No. 7-H. A. I.eir. W. E. Tuckt.r.
.1. M. l-Entrkiin, lispe)ctor,; W'. \W'. Sw.wt-t
i'l.,'clnvt o. '-A.'r Fillitgini.m.H. P. How-
nian. H. tCrabtre'e, inspector,. Tayvlor
Stl t ree. clerk.
k'rentiert No. -I.. Ii. S.rowdtr, A. J. C('w-
art. o W\ Taylor, iis-ptctor-; .1. /. Br3 ri-.,
l.-i k.
l'rcil,r t No. li-C..I. Ward. .Johlu (il..-
iniin. F. Ritiuly. itspectoi.r s I. Bryar-.
tcli rk.
'ri-cir.ct No. I[-J. .. Le.. L-% i M inns.
t'"iti, on kiall, in-p''ctors; J. R. ,'.-ward
cl.-rk.
I'reeiic't Ni'. h-F-W Lee,. H.t',.
'V'il Il auuy. itnj-ctolr-: .1. S. Rol-w.rt.. -ir-rk.
Precinct No. 1;i-A.A.A FIlher. IE li.otil.
W. i. H. McDLavid. ln .pector' .M aurit.
clerk.
Pr,-cinct No. II- 4nt hony fi0e-ra. A. S. Oli-
ver. L. \% Willitnii.-, inspectorr; John A.
Merritt. clerk.
I'Pr.clnct No. l--.lames \Wilklnsq. ( M.
ilanllmark,t'. M. Coston, Inspectors; J. T.
Wt iting.. clt-rk.
i'rcinl't No. I;-W'. II. Htubbird, I.iik
Flower., Jr.. H. 1'. W illtian ,. in-pectors: .1.
Ii. Hubbird. clerk.
Preclnct .No. 17-A. G. Vioptin, W. W N
Kuelean. (eporge Hoyt., inlpt cor'.; WVlli.
KafTerty, clerk.
Precinct No. IS4-L. ( Brewton, i.F.. Me-
Dtavid M. i) kbaagtt, inupctort. J. E.
it i inan. clerk.
Precinct Nio. l-J.H.Grimlar, W. A. Iti!-
I rr. A. J FI'li II. n, rnsptcetors;, F . o I.
ci.'-k.
Precinct No. 2X--W. If. Mnvr, Win. N,'-
Cuttcht-on. Wmni. M. McCurdy, i.:sp-pcto.-:
1. i'. Stewart.c!erk.
Thievotlig lit e4ti pre in-t 'iaill bI at A
th- fh- ilov ing ptinv'-s re p-ctlivel' ;
N'. I.-- ,'*!n,,>l 01 Hou .-.
No. '.--KUpli'iti's ark.
No. .3--4 roo"n' Htorue.
No. t.-Olld ItoIrt.r Place.
No. c-1 V 'o iStoi c.
N(. 7.--l:ef Markt-t.
N i. .-- -Im' iil %von:: place--t')'a'>tr,- ri
No. '.V.--'<'"!iol Htt e.
No. 1' --\ard'. Miul.
No. '.-- ehlool l i. -*,. \Valinit 1lill.
Ni,. l.--CI1. I l lit lid li-'-tuali .\hi'tilii.
No. 1.- -N iortl a>t conriir V'ailafix ai.'I
Garden.
No. l.-t-'rner Lomain&t nd Pial tfox.
Rat,.'-rt"' St,;re.
No. i; -Pir -nevil.n.
.N,). l;.-!tretit tatlon .14hoi H )u-,.
No- l.-- :t rui to r anmpt trouiti.
No. '--.Molinio n.,i:,t.| u-, .
Ni). -11 -.Floinatoe. neir ,l-.ta" lii'-.
I ii.uch pra-cinct' lials hlf \ote 'tre hloWti.
Itlie dpiegaze elected froili si'U!i pr>-li nav ing tlh*i slnalle t votl. of thu.e "lect.- 'liltll cast the half vote.
All white Dlemocra legally qualiflnd toj
vote under tiie' act of the- legislature of 1-I7.
contained in chapter 4.' who have panll
their poll taxen fir the years l1w oand l*4.e.
and lhi> will pledge themselves to support
their nominees of said primary election and
said conventions shall be entitled and are,
cordially invited to participate in said pri-
milly election, andi said primary el,.ctlon RE
,hall be held in all ways under the rules
and regulations as set forthi in said chapter
4;:,'f. aidl this committee hall meet at the *
otlceof the county Judyze in the city of **M'
Pensacola. at 6 o'clock p. m..on the '12'thi dayv
of Aphil. i',ih.at wblch time and pla e they
will receive return,, canva-s the same
and announce the result of *said primary C
election, and the inspectors above named clal
will hlave thien anl there the returns of said
eli-ctlion.
Tihe ballots to be used shall be printed on
plain white paDe'r. aud sball have no dis-
tin gushing mark-.


BLUJ1Uj CALl


Contractor,


nd (rate Setting. Pluinli: ..
nd .as Fitting.

ing Department under the
ent of E. B. Morey.


WArtistic Designs, Estimiate-. Plan.- and Specific it;
I All Kinds, Prepared on Short Notice.
WA Large and Carefully Selected Stock of Fin"- N!
r of All Kinds, Bath Tubs, Clhk-et and Household ApI.: 0
Vater and Gas Fixtures.


:: Telephone No. 3


---THE




tilizens National BanI
OF PENSACOLA.


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


JOHN F. PFEIFFIK
R. 31. BUSHNELL.
ASST. CA-. :: .


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


RIX3. -


General Banking Business Transarted


eselN' Aefounts Handled on FavorablI" '"r: .. ,.
Change Bourkft and Sold, Collc-t l),
'I'roxaptly Attended To.

ACCOUNTS SOLICITED.





he Star Laundryl


THE PI0iE LAUNDRY OF EltT F 01TORIi


v~I


Our Address
i- alwayss asked for wi.
less beauty of the I.ii,
here is displayed )on
SHIRT FRONT, ( ,
AN)D C('IFI- -
It i- our lh.'t recolilit ;-
are always reliable; a;. I
never fall to gi' .. c. i,; t.
tio::.


-- a


ALL WORK C. 0. Do
&LEPHONE 114. 37 M. GARDEN' 9
AWGQOCD- CALLE..D FOR~ AND DELI VERED FY.
WAT.XWEJP ING'q~lAlW. ]ffaager.


ESTABUNZIHu 1863.


McKENZIE OERTING & CO.,
0 DXALKaU IN

3hip Ghandlery and General Hardwafue
008 AND 6005 8 PALAI'OX TREET.

iVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. BOEBLINGOS
GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUSBBSL BON'S P"
mIl, eiria Paint, I lets, li multn-U bu, Iart&, tniers,
OOMPAEWBD LONM. .WW
A. McKenzie Oerting Collecting Agent for Bar Pilot-* B
tion.


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, MARCH 28, 1900.


I'mLE SA1OT BUYING


W,'est India Islanes a Drug on
the Market.


?~,-.A' lI;M1ING(.O MAIRKD FOR SALE


a ..r.., ra., In Trounit, Over nival Tel-
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': ,*y w,'I,' twK' Itwst of fri'endl
"*We ar .weve."
":': <,-."1i ',aly li< e mrre seriously
,.. )t,:,:;i.n of the Republi<.an
.', t ,.nat,. ovtr tih, Por't
S .t i < ft.r t')' ftr-t tday ,r

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S :iit oi,*<' s,' !gnatol :is :;
*i;i!',tt<-c "" So, fatet.io11<
,**: t: :t1 < :tl1-< thrn the "'pall
2. \;iin lit| ^1 iss that the bill
T h. 11 for a tinw .y general
: wa- : :lled tl e "ha nrony
l.''e. u. it teas tr:'3i]1 t
.'.*Tr,-.u -es in tit iarty li
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KIDNEY DISEASES

are the most fatal of all dis-


FOLE SIEY CURE is
FOLEY'S5..0a1 st

or mrney refunded. Contains
emedies recognized by emi-
nent physicians as the best for
. ney and Bladder troubles
PRICE SOc. ad S$.M
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SUBSBCRIE
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Strong



Bones


In speaking about Scott's
Emulsion for children, you
should not forget that it con-
tains ase and swda, just
what the child must have to
form strong bones and good
teeth. It's this forming time
you want to look after.
Growing bodies must have an
easily digested fat. Just think how
much of it there is in milk, as cream.


SCOrS uislon
is even more easily digested than
cream. It's surprising how chil-
dren thrive when given it
Don't keep the children living on
the edge of sickness all the time. *
Make them strong and rugged,
plump and hcaity. Scott's Emu!-
sion of Ccd-!ivcr Oil ,nd the Hyim- c'
phosp'r.:es of Lime and Scoda w ivl do
this for them.
L At alf ti d- :d5 Tt t- 1V *
SCOTT & UkWN t., C,..IUL Y, ;, Y.-k.


c.,,i. w" s Ti :i::i;.-,> ai:;n sa- ne' s, "lVt

Congremlonal Notca,
S. :iar "* ia.,:er is one lf the mnost
at1,rt!,' i:.'li in tha seflatt. ~siecially
11'i.11 ,.n Ti: ,,t utiona! l anti gov ''einelital
qtu,'t httri :a r' I -ing discussed II
lk. n,,* t i.: lt i ter than a lIri-k die-
lat. IIlHin anythingg involving these
questions ntil listeii.s loosely to the
more elabtorate I)resen stations by men
of legal learning in the senate.
"I wa% nKever in a place where I
could not find suine way out." remark-
ed Senuator Elkin.. whlle discussing
the Porto Rican bill. "It does not
seem to make much difference which
way we turn. Thero is opposition to
every proposition that comes up. Noth-
ing seems to fit just right."
When coueress becomes saturated
with ani ltd. It b'cowes the sole topic
of conversation. For several weeks
now thert has apliarently been little
e'ls e in view than the Porto Rican bill.
A few weks bftore that it was the
Philijpiines. The, islands acquired from


Spain lihve successfully "held the
boards" dulr.g, tihe s,,ssion.
ARTn-n W. DvNN.

THE CYNIC.
Er>.'ry woman likes to talk of the "gray
mnio'uto ny" of her life.
Every man with curly hair spends too
T:,u II n't work a friend in the interest of
a stranuer. Lots of people do it.
All the grand stand players in the coun-
try are not in the baseball business.
It is not ne'e(sary to die to prove
friendship; just refuse to tell all you
kii',w on a rinn.
\VIhi,- a man engages in politics, he
will %wrong a friend :tn quickly as a man
who is trying to sell stock in a nruie.
\T'Loe a new famuiy miioves iuto a neigh-
borthod. it is regarded as a valuable
acquisition if the furniture wagon shows
a stepladder.-Atchison Globe.

Handsome pictures, bric-
,a-braTc, etc., in. endless ar-
ray at rock bottom prices at
Marston & Fin/h's.







GENERAL INSURANCE


Real Estate Agents,
PENSACOLA. FLA.
REPRESENT TWRNTY-TWO OF THI
LEADING FIRE, LIFE. MARINE,
ACCIDENT. FIDELITY, PLATE
OLASS AND STEAM BOILER IN-
PURANCE COMPANIES. . ...

Gere:al A[clut cr te Eqitabh

Lif tsaramcc Sc iety s the




WEEKLY 9cIIE:) ULI


&'KNS -IC-OtA l;KLEC'IrIC TIALMINAI
lIAIL'Ps AV COMP~ANY.
T-ae. leat-vep en*sacolft for the littl(e
litu, ..t."lme~te 1F-Fw. w.arr'ln;ton, Navy
Y~-" '%.-A Fort t-.arra.ncos at
'a. nii -ararr ie at i-ort kiarramciss7:~an
.'a. iw.-arrive an.i-ovt -s ri-acaim-ba 1'4.~ia. 11)
h tvmrr:s"- ,t I 'rt kn:r'.'t :*.5uni
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tes~at,3 3rt lFarribnoaa Navy
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P~ftSaco-:a *'0 almettO 3ea6.1h and


POULTRY POINTERS.

Eggs kept for hatching should be turn-
ed half over every two or three days at
least.
Cramp in the legs is usually caused by
too close confinemeEt and by feeding con-
centrated food.
G-ese and ducks need to be kept in
warm., dry quarters when there is deep
snow on the ground.
The last of March or the 1st of Apri;
Sp1 pentyv :ir;y for the first brood of
Qo i-l;!iiis to lie hatched.
Si tir!c'ey b,'ns and a torn make a
ver goil hre-eding lp'n. bit 12 hens may
be us td with a vigorous toim.
Th.- l1r(moLuhr ni:st always be kept sufli-
cieitly warin so that the chicks will nut
crowd close together and smother.
One tqnurrclsonie. fussy old hen will
mn,':;,;il.z,, fld aiind roosting apartments


LOCAL


PROFE88IONAL OARDS.


and Une rU E U E r
CLIMATIC Dr. (areellu5/ ereary,
Nothing but a
local remedy or PhysiciaD nd ur c,
change of climate
will cure Residence. 21 West Gregory Street
SATAI 1r w ^ \Phoue l,..
CATAR W M Office. l'Alemberte Buidingr. 11W.- south
'I heSpecife CIs alaft.x Mtreet. Phone '74.
Ely's Cream Bilm
It is quickly Ab-- DR. Wx. 0 D wuaji y.
sorbed. Gives relief .
at once. Opens and CO HD I- U
les-nses the Nasal l 1 U TAD B t.
lPasas-s. Allays Inflammation. Heals and OFIC-Ranash Bros.' Drug Store.
Protects the Membrane. Restores the
senses of Taste and Smell. No M-r.u- RESIDENOE-400 E. Jackson Stree
ry. No Iniurious drug. Regularxrize.50.:
I amily Size, $1.00at I)ruggilts or hv mail.
ELY BROTHERS.
1% Warren Btreet, New York. 1tWM U t j.. 1N


t.- t,-. d.:rirn.nt of all the rest of the CARNEGIE AND FRICK.

W\'i;.:tr l.iyoars de.;pnl upon iarly pul- Possibly Mr. Frick will establish a few
i"'. I.rly u:llets ldo.ed union early sit- law libraries.-Baltimore American.
:a. n,!:Jd ,.:rly sitters utl)si the winter Carnegie should now say a few more
.',- things about the bies.sings of poverty.-
If you wernt t ninte up pullets for Chicago Record.
nrxt year's bree.,liin. put in a ,odl. vig- Mr. Frick is willing to do his part t,--
rs ";-.- !-.,il rcc~k \wth them.--St. ward saving Andrew C('arnevia fro:n the
Louis ReI>ltut i,. crime of dying rich.-Chivago Tribune.
Sometinmes when Inillionaires fall out
THE WRITERS. the result is a new industry. as in the
t Carrnegie-Fti-k inhroglio.-I'hilahdelphia
Henry J.nmes' income from his bo.iks L(,dger.
Ct:;:ag l.;n i. sail tu have been some- No wonder Andrew Carne-ii, thinks-
t i::; ,''r <';.o 'i,0.! poverty is ta lil-s:ing. A pi"r :;ian is
V:: t.. i,, ;:,. ,zi,. the Italian dramnti:st never suedd for -'l,040J,0IM. Chicago
!: I h,,L..ii-t. is dt'la;l at the a:ge of 60 Times-Herahl.
.',- .. li'. l;.s written a : ti-t,'My .f the Mr. Prick hasn't figir-e as prominmn-rit-
<1f ito I or i:Ilun:,:iu:el 11 in five vol- ly in philanthropln work is has .Mr. (':r-
" : -. negle. but l.e's dIing a goal ds'al j i.t
FI-'::Ft.; t,'iktii has nanned his new i now ill beh.l1 (f miaedy andil il.erving
\ '. t \]i::::.,: h .i::. 4'lhayniuLmi;t. He lawyers.- St. Louis IR pillic.
L:ui 1'.I ::. .a ,f fr.-st and ftild, over- Perhaps Mr. Frick thinks Mr. Car-
l.,' .:.g; ,,. of th, liiist b.,aintiful por- nogie is not sutlivciently glaiardling against
tin- ia if ithi- henaii doa ah valley. The the di-grare of dyinz rihli. II.- is trying
1h1i.-]e is a hlaiidsonii old colonial struc- to relive him oif $21. HM),4M)i through
ti re'. court pruc'tls:rs. Kanss City Journal.
It i slil that w wn'n i udyard Kipling Th!nre is I1n) ie(,.-.sity for iany publc ex-
ln-td in his subject he writes cite'mient on account of the report that
%u;ith great raiiiilty. nod each succeeding Mr. l-'iirk and Mr. t'arnegie are about to
lii.e on a pi;age bgius a little farther tight over the manufacture of cold steel.
to th. light. so that waen he gets to the They will not use any in the fight.-Bos-
inil of a sheet there are but two or three ton Advertiser.
words to ait line. Now is the time for Andrew Carnegie
Anthony Hope. the novelist, does not and lHenry Clay Frick to show their love
believe it Is harder to succeed in litera- of public welfare. There Is a trifling
ture than in other professions. "It is matter of $10,000,000 at issue between
impno(eible to succeed in It without tal- them. Why should they not agree to
ePt," he says, "though many fall who stop all quarreling, each resign his title
have talent. But even a genius must to the money and dedicate the little sum
wait years before he is accepted by both to hospitals, colleges and charities?-Chi-
eritics and public." cago New.

Omar Khayyam. FOR SALE.
w. a at SOir rfoord to At a bargain, 76 acres (30 under
An he sit on his colorless rug.
When hw spoke of a blooming old desert. fence aind cultivation, the balance
He referred to his empty old jug! woodland),. of a mile north of Cor- (
-Syracuse Herald. dova Park, with 4-room honse, barn
and two stables. Pt ice t'i0l For 0
How's This! further information, apply to W. R.
We offer One Hundred Dollars re- Dou^gls on place or J. E.. ..uhui.-


mmu. I. it. ean, pi. u.,

Homenathic Physic12n ani s~renu,
Late of Ocala. Fla..


Offers his profolt'onal services to the citi-
zens of CPeisasola.
Eape!ilal at;atlon given tn the treatment
of e'irric lwae a'e as d I>''ieasts ef
'imit- and 'htldrtn.
Th-'ry Yvar% practicee ii. thti South.
tlice iti o :--.* :' ni. to 1L in.. 2 to p. m.
Residence Phone No. 250.
Brent-B-loumt Buildinr--looiu 3


Dr. Wilmer S. Hall,

DENTAL SURGEON,
iMsnOic Tmple. Phone 364.



HEINERIN BRoS. 5 c0.


BE98LIALZ RO

Palafox Street.

Pensacola, Florida.



Indigestion!

We challenge the world
to produce a remedy equal
it #,A 1#,..4.1.1.,. ]l .


to riite ate emss Jufineral
Water for the cure of In-

digestion, Dyspepsia and
allforms of Stomach, Bow-

el Troubles and Skin Dis-


t)sn o & Bre., city. I3,u I
ward for any case of Catarrh that [ eases. Guaranteed to cure
cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
Cure. I DURHAM Cigars are or money refunded. Cost
F. J. CHENEY. & Co., Toledo. 0. 4.ia -
Wve, the undersigned, have known he finest 5 cent smoke only 5 cents a, day to use it.
F. J. Cheney, for the last 15 years. Try them at D'Alem- dollar
M:nd believe him perfectly honorable ber One dollarbottlelast tven-
in all business transactions and berte da
financially able to carry out any ob- ty days.
ligitions made by their firm.
WVEST & TRI'AX, L \I rFor sale by all druggists;
Wholesale Druggists. Toledo, 0. L| G l also TV. T. Green t Co. 7
WALIDINO. KINNAN & MARVIN. also If 2. Green < Co. 37
Wholh IlAl!'s Catarrah Cure is taken in- KNIGHTS OF YY'TUIAS. S. Palafox Street.
tmrnailly, acting directly upon the
blood and mucous surtacep of thi. Pensacola Lodge. No. 3. K of P. OR ADDRESS
-ye8ttm. Price 7bc. per bottle. Sold meets ev-ryv Monday even- 7
by all ,Irus'giste. Testimonials free. ; ng at 7:st,. at a*tle alla l .
flail's familyI ills are the best. Int nde rncitr al West WILKINSON
i21 I utchai nia stoetal. W


J. I. Stephens has a larza a-sort-
in.nt aof olitd Steiling Silver and
Rogf.r's Knives. Forks anid S.
Co',nvntlon Call.
lthe sixteenth annual meotiti (f
tih. Woa;n' (Chriatiai Temperance
U'iion of Florida, will be wIdl ibj
Gainesville, April 3rd. 4th and 5th.
The first session will be at 3 p. m.,
of Tuesday the third.
: Mis Belle Kearvuy of Flora,
Mis., will give the convention ad-
dre.ss, adding interest to the occa-
iioin. ALICI C. BHOWN,
SARA J. GLENN. Pre-idelut.
Recording Sec'y.

Subcribe to THE EWS only Ioi
cntms per week.


* Visiting brethren cordially
welcomed.
H. HORS.la. xC K
K. R.& 8.

W. 0. W.
1.iA" Oak Carlm 'Vo. 1 Wo Alinan ofthd
World.
MeOts flrt and third Friday night In r
e'f.h month. Visiting so.vr-iygns cordi-
aily Invitad. W. W. WATSO.,
S. I. THAtAs. Clerk. C. C.
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H. A. WATERS,

Buteher and Green 'Grocer.

PHONE 1 72.
Fresh Tennessee and Native Meats.


EMPLOYMENT OFFICE. Chickens and Country
Ring ti up 3S2 or call at the office. Produce Daily.
il North Palafox street, when in Sftp, Rear Of JohnSOD & Son's Store,
need of a carpenter. B. D. Hoffman.
Rusinies Aireint of the Carpenter'- INTENDENCIA STREET.
.nd Joitiers' Union, will furnish yu
with thie desired help on short no- --- -
tice. nE25tf


If you are ready to go to
house-keepin., let Marston
4' Finish furnish your house
for you. TheyY will save you
money. Your credit is good:
witth them.

Five Thousand Rolls
of Wall Paper in stock. all of th -!i-
t,-t P:;tt-rli, ;awl mnorn e co n1i i'.
Pi ices frimi s t, ni $1.75 p'r roli, J. E.
I't.S & Co., No. 11 N. Pa laf..x.
Phone :.S2. s2f-tf


[HE HEINE ACADEMY OF MUS!I,
No. s Nort!) l'al:ta>x St r.t.
:ISS EVELENE M. HEINE, Principal.
MISS IDA PIACGIO. Assistant.
-I
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rest"- Patent Flour..
Our B J,'t I7 d 1 Ro,',/
Patent is the best /"ur that.I
:*an be pIroduhed by/ an/
mill.
Foret .-e,' .ot is one of
the best Breakl7fast Food on
'he market.
.1AU made by The O0. E.
Standard Mill Co. and fur
sale by N.ew Orleans Gro-
cery Co.


lA4S.


MFHUGHI,


Acme Beer.

THE BENT BFER ()LI) IN
PENS.ACOLA.

Dannheisser Bros.,

AG-IT.'.
E's rji4 ,y M. Parry r" V"m YtasS,.


The Jug Trade

Is Our specialty. -7
Prompt Delivery and Lati-f.tcti.,i


Greenville. Ala.
TLstvinitoial Front Jnadge Gaston.
GrrnrKvILLTr, Ala., Aug. 10, 1 4.
I take great pleasure in certifying to the
ourity and the mneritof Wilkinson't Match-
le's Mineral Water. This natural mineral
tonic, to my personal knowledge, is taken
frrnm well three mlles east of Oreenville.
in the exact condition in which it Is sold. I
have seea this water used. with wonderful
success, for dyspepsia. Indigestion. sore
,.yes and for eruptive diseases, sores and
ulcers on man and animals. As a remedy
for these troubles, I do not believe its
equal exists. It is highly recommended by
physicians for a number of diseases.
ZILL 4ARTOW,
Judge of Probate Court, Butler County,
Alabama.


'to Balam= vof,- Copsibi,

Ct-bebe nd.Tusjet~am%


Yanlieuce.$"By ITALL DUGGIST

CHCHESTER'S KNQLISH
!cmN~..ftPIILLS
0 Yny.
SAi ~~ astTWe
for 11;~i*!!sVGLG D;H
*KED aa4 (Mid .s-taiiie boa... Csi.J
tt. a. flay s Tka z ess Of ,04 e


uidP1Orom neIass "Qum.eo m na v.1


I


F'ar Sheriff.
I hereby announce myself a candidate for
sheriff of dEcamaubia county at the ensuing
election. J. C. VANV'ILT.
For Clerk of the Circuit Court.
I hereby announce myself as a candidate
for re--election a clerk of the circuit course
of Escaitibia county at the ensuing election
j and ask the support of the voters.
A. M. MCMILLAN.
otr (lllrlt <'Clerk.
SI announceti a. my 'aii(;,. for Clerk of the
rCir'iit iourt of -'.;nliIhiI%'o ULinty. subject
to ttie siFtion of thet. suiiung I democrat a
primlaries. R. E. L.. DANI tLL.
Ml'or C(ireuit (i-rk.
To the Voters of E caintuia ,nt;itv:
I hltr'by announce Invitlf a candidate for
the office of clerk of the circuit court of
S-caintbia county an will bte pleased to
have the support of mv friends and the
voter' g."neraliy. .,l!iNs zi ..\ K'A.
F he r Tax C'oll-ctsor.
rI h-rhy announce myselfas a candidaec
for re-etection a4 Tax Collector of Escam-
hia county, and ask the support of my
friends and voters generally.
A. I. I.D'ALLMHBEaRT.
Vor Tax Collectotr.
The many friends of Judge F. B. Hoilfay
having obtained his conetiout hereby an-
nounce him an a candidate for Tax C(olleefor
of Eacambia county at the ensuing eleetlen.
MEANT VOT-n
For Tax Awseaor.
I hereby announce myself as a randidas
for Tax Assessor of FKcambia county, s*
Ject to the action of the )Democratce prime-
rlei. Itf elected I expect to m-ot the appro-
batlon of the tax payers and will do my
duty in every detail as I did when I
the offiee before.
(lao. Rmlu.
For Tax Amuenr.
The candidacy of William W. Richardns
hereby onnouneed for re-t-ietion as tansa-
seseor for Escambia county, subject to o50
action of the democratic primaries.
lior County Treamurer.
I announce myself as a candidate for
the ofthie of County Treaturer. hubjeeot G
the, atLon of thodemnocratie primary, ad
ask thebsupport of ay friendI.
WILLIAM E. ANDSKo)N.
Fir Oonnty Treasurer.
I hereby announce timyslf as candidate
for r-nonnlintition as tr-.~wurer of KE-cambi
county. sulijet to a d*ctii, fi tit t he *,-.uila
do<-iocratic primary elctaiotn. and re-|pet-
fully solicit lhe support of tihe voters of tbe
county, pledging myself for the future tihe
iame faithful performance of duty that I
lav-e ndeavored to fultlil during my p-Se
tenure of tlit office. J. W. DrtATaI.
For Jastice of she Peace.
I hereby announce my candidacy for ro-
cicttion to the office of Justleea of the Pea
for thtp second l district. subject to the a-
tion of the nominating pilmarle..
I:ovKIN. Jo.1 as.


For Justice of she Peace.
At the suggestion of numerous friends, I
hireby announe- my cant'rdacy for Justie
(f the Peatc of S icondi di-trlet., ubjeo.!t o
the action of the ronitnatiig primaries.
JA.M 4 It. LANIDI OM.
For schtmil t-ptorlirtenatent.
I m a candidate for county superinteo-
dent of public instruction, subject to the
democratic prlinaries. I re-p.ctfully so-
licit the suffrage of the E-cainbla county
voters for the above-named poi*iion.
JAM h M. TATC.
For bchio I Superintentdent.
To the Voters of EKcambla Counly:
I hereby announce myself a candidate for
Superintendent of Public Instructuna for
KEcambia county and ask tbhe supportof y
friends and voters generally.
C. J. BILL,
For Sup-rlntend-nt f I'ubllc Int
etrUciion.
To the Voters of Encamhia Connty: I
hpr.bhy announce myself a candidate for re-
election to lte office of county binprlntte-
dent of piubic Instruction and will be
pleased to have the support of my friendi-
and voters generally at the coming demo-
cratic primary election. N.B. COOK.
For Member schaml Hoard.
By the request of friends I hereby a.-
nounce my candidacy for member of e-
cambia County Hcbool Board for Northelrb
(Third) Ili'trtct, subject to the action of
tbe democratic primary.
A.C. BRKWTOrT .Jx.
F'or .Memtr s-chool HIoard.
Yielding to thi urgent request of friend,.
I have d-eildd t4) again come a candidate
for inenimer of the school board of EKcamhba
county. .uhject to the action of the denmo-
cratic primaries. E. WArD.
For Member ic*haMil Ioard.
The friends ot Ma. J. P. 8TBWARD of Wal.
nut Hill. having secured his cons et,
hereby announce his candidacy for memi-
ber of the Escambla County school Hoard
for the northern district. subject to the ao-
tion of the democrats primaries.


McMillan Bros. Co.


Coppersmiths,

\ General Metal Workers.

Siuf::,rersn odf anW HeaO!rters for M


Celebrated McMillan Seamless Turpentine Still,

ClOM lam 0M hI, wr P fk i i tw fly.)

MOBILE, ALA.



H. H. LIKEK,


uaranteed.

Dannheisser Bros, Pmber, Gas and Steam fier,


4041 onuth Palafox St..
Phone No. 116. P. 0. Box 2bl.
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No. 6 South Falafox Str.t.
X111f Kiads o. Plumbing and Gas Fittinrq ,%tMIT'b. Kept -: F'sr4


POLITICAL AIIOUICEEIT.

For Repirrentmaive.
I hereby announce my6elf as a candidate
for Repres-ntative of .amtia hs county,
Florida. in the legislature,. ubjfct to te-
democTratic pilmtaries.
C. MoIrNo Jt,.Wl.
For Ieprra.-ntatiTe.
I h.ereby announce nimy-ef a& a candidate
for Reprspentativoft K..cambia Couoty I
the L,i.slaturesubject to the Pemocratle
Priinarics.
J. FEMMKT wOLM.
For sheriff.
I hereby announce myself as a candidate
for Sheriff of ecambla County, and re-
spectfully ask the support of my frioade
and voters of the county. If elected I will
discharge the duties oa office etBciearty.
fairly and impartially.
W.H. H tTCIt 11IbNo.
For Sheriff.
I hereby announce myself as a candidate
for r--lect ion to the offic of sheriff of FK-
cambita county. Florida. and solicit thesut-
frages and interest of all my friend.
(ixoK E. '-Mtru.


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, MARCH 26, 1900.


@jtlcura

REMEDIES


THE SET
I&@f rAS


OCA EtwS NnOTES ncest tenderloin steaks you ever
IOCRA NEWlS NOTES -ae
A party of about twenty ladies
and gentlemen on the launch Pau-
line are enjoying a trip up the sound
,, r. ,,t to-day.
.,, , I r0Ir n .r'fh t,.
...c. . or. -trdio.- 7' 4 There will be a meptinc of Pensa-
.... ...-... ,* cola Lodge No. 3 tonight at 7:&3
... .". o'clock. Import'it bun-ico-; al-o
S .,..::i v..... re-iding of the rep.j:t from the- Wrand
:,, a.. b,,.t r lodge.


.. :,. ,..,, ..:.. ,t The democratic executive? eonm n-
mitt-e off the first conurcs-ional dli- sI
S .* .. : .. i ., trlct will inoet at Tallaha:-ee to-
I ... -'arii ..1.. I torrotw to select time and phlce for clls f CUTXR SOAP, t cl sDc m= C
-J ..I.. ..llling the congre-.ional cinvea-I SMk, TICl'RA ltctl, t0o bcal k s(lBkanI
S,.: v,. rl Na-viile i- t:'. a mcOuwi 1SO.LVB, to catl tc Mod, is
-" f t!;. E-(carnit l. A dead horse wa:q f.aund th is morn- o SICIdSl cat e the IM ISt ilUtig, d i.
.* ..r ,,f Norf.ilk Va in onI Havnu ,tr-*et. b-tw e'a Jack- AIrI skla, scal, aid ied b ers, rashes.
.. .. t th E.c.aumbia. -i-o and Belmont. and the police iLo3a lntiBSWith lkss io lir,WWhoa
were notified and removed it. No bksl utp si. 3a al lcacS fl.
SM.- J .-kiUnnr of Kirt- one wouldd be found who knew the
tl -:- ,of t!.e L-C.la:i- owner. Soldevtery-,he. Pie ". TJw BT. $I'; rCrticrst
soAP. 2ki a oTUIrT. O1.C.i B .LVNT (al lie), S.0soc.
Mr. J. M. Offield, a prominent cit- on, DRUe G A DCU,. COUP,. Bo Props., Bos.1M,
S F Mak of the Nw :- izn and merchant of Sedalia, Mo., *. Howtocon.fao.6-p ,ok.f,.,.
yI a:***- -toplin at t:;e was in the city Saturday and yeF-
: trday eu route to the peninsula DONNED BULLER'S PAJAMA
MArhur. a w-li k-w were he has important landed in- DONNED BULLERS PAJAMAS.
NT, Ar'hur. a w,-Ii krow t
.r.- ,,.e-rator of r.!- eadz. ia at London Society Wonan Createsa Sea.C
.u.t i. A. L. McCallnm of Baldwin coun- station at Cape Town.
Su-t n E b J. A. Pri twood of Andaluia,L. LONDON, M.rch 24.-If anything i.
-,.t -eIn E-eatnbiu k. Moe-, of Warrior and W. N. Can- eThagtis
w. aithe tcanidat of (reewod. are among te interesting ety more than the con-
A.V fli".. Alabamian regi@te ed at the Mer- Itant departure of fashionable women
!. .: a':l Mi-C ('rumn of Mfont- chant-s. for Cape Town it is the scandals that
.! t.-ti..f MrI-. M. Me-1 Mr. F.S. Mellen, of the firm of oome back about those already out
*- w-.. Talvor & M.ellen of this city. and there. Tha latest is that of a woman
kt.v k and( J. .. NMi- Mary Churchill of New York, prominent in society and the wife of a
*j ,of M.atl'tia art-. ,=- were wedded at noon to-day at the. well known baronet. Sne went out *
,. . Mr.t!..it- -Fit-t Pre-byterian church. R-v. W. nurse Gneral Buller's wounded, ba:
E. Mcllwain otliciating. becoming ta-3 worts for liquor she was
'. H .. f "-: tf r. shut up by that commander in he room
** I 1 .\ I ,;i.l of Atl:,ta. a i Dr. F. J. B. Rohnlie-r. thi. azed of the local station waster. Discover.
*... i- L.ut:a'- ,;u--. .ittL-r -f .Mr. Florence R.LeB tron of ing his pajamua and a short coat. -'
S. this city. i- very ill at his homue en donned them. Sue afterward refur. i
i- J.,rl.-n id .r- inr Sprii t'Hill ave-nu-, Mo-bile. Mr- to make a change and tnus Icant ly
S'. tt,,n. I). (. t.. L :,ron. Mi-- Anna La O .iron ;Iii clad she wa t carried through the lit is
.a a i.t yve-t.-rday. Mr. J.)--;lph LBH tron left hl-r, .:t- of Geursa. iLa. .r'- troo i Il au amuu.
I .I (" ~Ii'nit* will 'j't i urday to b- at hi- bed-ide. lane-V. v,,- h.;.i tj Caie Towu and
.. f .irnm.t It .I -. ... I~,- .- ,. .. is o;v iU, L' -and.


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-. a.! A. C-o'k Eof (tipjleov F. tihhtll.in .,,-A r-. S. LJoi-z t:,d i
1. 1 .u f M II )n.1ti aF- (.igIlei 1.,1 Eagle G(ro~vt'.. owa \:t.Mr U.
I il ii r.1ritu-r-d t te- UV. tR I .;co. M. andl Alrz. F. VL. Sae;,
~~ NMt. and \Ir-. TIho-. Tru ,x. TllIazi.L-
C**,,.~*% -ackv i I Mw. \Ii-;Q L. "M.LArt!.uzr .td N. C.
\'-dIn l ;' t till- III l~wit!) The i-tate board aIf health will
a; -;w r -.int-pt here the nuidd 1'- of nt-xt Iinolth
-will 1 i e t H~1 I -0till Eif C41tj .to ci u-i de-rthe qutl-t ion (it ptiy i g
i i iih i i., aide rv N, *.1. :1t -c;itiibi;1 C-IlhitV Q:!i sssl oo for the
W' .-i int ~ce na ctine-lt. and for t he
.. I .' .~'~:~i. CItld,'tatjlt4-f such other h~u-
I!I- n .I l w at ,1a I. v -a a~veaebefore them.
I*iitaro taaaisnj Ioa ':v*- tr- ,J~ E. F. Sunders & C'o. fur ni -h toi
* *~ t I.rchiinat-. th-* ci Wta of all of the-ir -inackR, for
11- A .- -0 U-ei" in (%01- -Of wounds. etC., an a1it -


A invE-,tiiZug, if s)-'rcii1rj-tla
f Y.- IIIwitomom.,r.I at t-e' (!,tamib,.r

l 11!i )1 el~ i~tt ti..11i4 ott! i. t. # III -[I
hag -,ft!,th St-imalt-P'-t1'~colu rail-


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NAhTURES


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MEDICINE


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will L.ive a 1nu-ica- f", t!'o t-ena.1t
of t:or riua ,lic s'Iiiofl Itil'ri rv <,.i
T' ur-day e(venilint, M taich l:9. ai
Ciutter's mu-ic hall. Ticket- aire o:t
.l-" at C(e-'- boik stoce and it C'i;it-
ti r's iuu-'ic .tori-. Price L cents lor
adult-; and 25 et-tate for chilre-ti.
Program will be publi-hed later.
Attention, FacaTmblia Ititleq, 'Co. I.Is
Ut g., 1. S. T.
In ei li:)i:ice with special ,o,(!(I r
No. 4. :3rd I:lt.. 1-t Reg.. F. S. T a
nme- ting will be hIeld at the armnorry
hall, Tue-day, March 27th, ItPi, at s
o'clock p. m.. for the purpose of
nominating a captain, 1-t and 2nd
lieutelianlt-. 1MART G(RII -' IN.,
1st I-ut. l-t Rep-., F. S. T.. Conmd'g.
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%W%' nmav live without love, we malty l.v'.
WItl"lit hooks,
1;ut csI .liz-a ntun cannot live without
oHjLks.-


robny or fMarttiania -,-ptic andi( l-alinai compound mInad -OwOwn Meredith. A' .I Y euiuCertes
l-ty-and kit'wi' ja tta.r the following formula: Equal And our cooks cannot cook with- A a
to work i; it i!- i p, a k,-ro--ne and turpentine. with out the inlAterials necessary to con- '-, i
tEoin. j 4o drops tob isco pepper and half :an sti:ute meals. Those material-, in Benanthe The
*i Piat n, anid Or- '"nce of =um camphor added for order to produce good, wholesome iBgsatwou
I to No. 11 Shouth [iach b ounce-O of the mixture. food. must, be of the best quality. To f
Swall r. wi l vl t: I I t. I. erreacedto procure- them of the desired quality
lit r, ,. ,-e it. R- v. R. P. Ambler [,reached to we muit go to the right place for
,1f11t--i:,hei i aimt apnd pre(i tive audiencet la-t then. Th right placi-. as .tve rvyota e-
i;at ;,t the l niverwali-t church, f:iri:iiar with the subject will tell1
S .t,>r tlav N i .! ad w 1 l dill i. : tn le his ll lbj. t't v i. i- J:lcI( v- -.
r ,cilar ,;iti' ;- 1 l of Jud~ hett.' Dr. .A Vlh:it he. h:isn't cot in to w y ofI
S t :: .t brilliant i...d v rv int'-r, t- lir---cl.a -. Li h-.radep i:at rialn for
.. !:.- ,- -N.* i" k'r, and tlh.- w o h r ..air h #,,,!. whl. i.,,,e, leliciouu food- --
S -;p,!!,t *' ,' '.will watit to :, r r hi i : th, ,1-'" thietll lvC---v .nI,,
, vi;i *tah!i 2 -t'. 'y Mi '--t 1 atri. e W t1 izl t iput in a wlho-*lb:irrow. W\'V at
S v .. -ry -w ,* t a ,l w..-11 r-,** lr. 5i I, !, a',- 't tan .aCn elv b l..,t.':,' l ~
*a :.;-tvl. -..: 2 i 1 -.*.* -t o! w h* r cornet. wa without vi-itiilz that ,wonlid rftul --
,1,.,' : rit. t vE,. i l ., .I ,. pr L'.'tl. ,~i ',.. W l, "11r1 h, 1 .. ps0 1'iN k0,
I1.** .*.(*I.o\pIi-!I.Y l!- vI i . !4-thi 04 In to I -at to victir 1 a
T ,.-,, play,,,, it)n vin with hr an ann. ick postle
aiU 'irt.-tic t" i'. iI. vW 'ile M r. \V ,'r -tl, 111. ll i i l v. ,a:1,1 ii.
rouble /- -- w - '.. ... var .
C. HIts n pro.-il..d v, ,y gract.fully I .-. u>ilii- oEt 'v ry ina: ;- 4..' i "n X s.tt
S.. ,* o . :1l .- | ,- iltl ), ,l i-; :iy d 1 t :l It l.o l i r Il i in r,. fr.
SHilt -', "V ;iI I.-ath 1U M:r Langley -. i iich+' l t :, W iil. o , y .
tt . I Mr an lev. :ll I ;::.1 t tile (hoice-t ( tal bi t. v ot ) lay
I l.t"rt* ..,'.- lMr-. It'.rtha Lanl v died tund- l n :I it: nt\y 1it : !ittl .
,r,.Terly V. It filj; l,*'-yiv at hI r 1h.m.- at W oolsva a' 'it I tslo tli.'iit Eof f:ancy( l,t t!.. Fish arad 0yst-
I (f. iI- o' tl..ck ,thi i trni g, aged 7 ;ilain. iiivarili-he'dtl truth. Ift \ It .
ot s aw-im ilht *,,n f,, ,, c.,Mri L.!::l. v i- -urviv,-dhv h ,a it i t. to to 114 t 124 t;>st ((,,V,'I N iC(i
(>: ur ,- fn t,, ('l I I. Ha.r:." l,,r-l i. : i f-. II.. I) v *'I- .. ... .
kli..v" di-t -. .' of tt .. *:". / :- ttu .-ril will W. have -moved toll S. Palafox street.
I*. {,ren ,amIl tA :,ih,,, '-,:,. ::,.. Ved:i,.-i\ia We would like for you to call. We willi
tl1'' lttl.. :, x.c: ho:;' : ..t'vii yet !". 'n sell you instrumentson terms. We will
H ostette4 ,-.-.,,*~,VI uiil, .. \ ,:. .I. I xt-'nded exchange pianos with you- Wewill save
HOStetter'S i, ,, 'wil ," .',*:, ,- i,;..'. j you mcney on a piano or organ.
Stomach .. Jis3s Freinch Plaiao & Or[ga C.
BitterS 1..'-. II S. lPalafox stre.. ..


Alacbas ......a...14 Leon ......-14
Brdfr........,Levy ... ... 4
Rater 1.1Lib-r ty I
Brovard.,.. 5 Manatee :1
Calhoun..........2 Madison 7
Citrus .. 2 Marion . ...
Clay I. 4Monroe....... ..... 4
COIUbil .... CGNA@assU...... ..... 4
Dade....... ...4 Orange J..ill
'W!3to C Osceola 1
Dua .-2 Pasco . 41
F...~atia '.t .. ii Polk ----.
Frantkling. 2 .. ? t. Johns
GAtii4eza 7 LVutflata
Hanllitfon 1,Manta Roth
lierrinando 2Muatater 4
If ialistoro Su-awan nee
Holm--%..:; raylor VI
.lavkson.. V olsl-a,
.leffermnii It Wakullas
Lnlutyetto 2.....i:: W alt n4
I~~~~ a1" .. a'tnniugton
Lee ......
Thli'-cotinut Se" will select tb. I r dilegat.'s in
any mitint- nr which n'vtyb-~cti .aii.re I 1),',t
liy Iit- p"'ople c..1la:I. tliruughti tt- party 4iI-
Cemi)veat io.)f.All d-mno:-ratt ni-c i~ ted t0



CE~li~y if) tt ~'it K, it, o, r ouiveth iiontof,
r,,~.';iu!vd wL~l .a*I-) Hof A RawC~lll l I.
A. 1-AV.01'
p.1. C v ,; f :. 'Eimt'il. hasr !aisin
vot it v r whan try.o


Co:d Steel or Pcath.
"There is but one small chance to
A:ive yc.ur life and that is through an
operation," w4s tlhe awful prospect
se-t before Mrs. I. B. Hunt, of LIme
Ridge. Wi-.. by her doctor after
vainly trying to cur her of a frig-ht-


We carry all kinds; the largest assortment in the
city of well known brands. AmonmZ them the famous

, 'rifibn ijr,,/.'" famous for fit, style and finish-in

fact the best fitting Waist in the land. This fact no
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IUu liavy form some


idea of cur of.,rings by a glance at our large exclusive

Shirt Waist Window, and they arc cheaper than

heretofore by reason of our Motto: '".-+ .i C.:HEAP AXN

THiiERFiV I\CRA.S Tt-il: BIU'TSINESS."


New
Arrivals:


New
LACSo A MB01 iDUUlRILS. Arrivals!:


Our C-i: r' 1TAblt-.-- a iing benai ath a Lnodiy sh Ir*. of t:.,, New t
'I Ai:t-- in Lac,- and Einbroiderit -.


\V.alt-nia Lace anad Ia-wrt:on.a.


A ~ iq I --ILa-'. IIIiIUsertiotll


ful ca-- of stomach trouble and yel- "'* U I I'IUUg JUllt V"I iiU 1ulti l 11'. i 1! ti l; 0 1',
low jaundice. He didn't count oni
the mnarvelou-s pow.r of Electric Hit- One Lot Child' DrI wcwrs, !l, -n:ned and :u,-N:ke. -i;:. 1i.! '2. a:... 10c pair
terms to cure Mtoinach and Liver Sizes 3.1. 5 3aid ;. o .............................................. 15c pair
troubles, but she hea d of it, took oi,,. L ,: Cii!l'- T'-iminm.(d D:-a ,v-:- at I ..-t M.[ark.
seven bottles, was wholly cured, a .. il d M k.
avoided surgeon's knife, no1w weighs I.,.t IhiJ'- rinnnd (own- ;t (.0, 1 Mark.
more an'd feels better than ever. It's (n- f.,t ('hild'-, Trivoni,(d kirt atr C t Mdark.
po-itively guaranteed to cure Stom-0 (1n> Le .' i--(-.' Triini-il (hwvt> a:t C',t M'"k.
ach. Liver and Kidey troubles and One Lot Ladlies Tritmrid (hpemi, worth :;-* for...................20c1k each
nevor disappoints. Price fc( at W. ,. -. fr .. a
A* TiV A .... f.. -.. -. Onet Lot L 1( ic, Tt'int!!it-il ( hrie Ch- ( i i'usi'i w. T- t: fo.'r ....... 4-4 Afleach


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? neo Lot Odds and Ends-7 r
Int Ladtes' ;Skir:s a'nd Gowns to ClIfo (O)t at Co-t M.ark Price.


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White Goods Department.


No. 20.0 Long Cloth in 12-yard 0( 1
pieces for....... ....... .....


k p ieces for ... .. .. ........................
SNo. 500 Long Cloth in 12-yard i
pieces for....................... ......... I
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' ,;i,'h .s(ainsook, '0 inches wide, 12-yard pieces, for
'/,,,s' Cambric. 5 inches wide, for
See Our SPFCIAL \U'hite India Lawns at
.,fi Pieces White Lawn at
This is an Exceptional Good Value.


2.7C yard.
10c yard.
5c yard.


...52.00


--JUST RECEIVED:@P-


WE HAVbE THE ONE YON WANT I
tntI ttle ni* \t-:ior vte'r n I.it alozIa-i*
'-livi ait r n v ri.-i v f'.t I er reo,t
*'Io! Ilcthin are iu'ur tIto. t'cia-.


N,). 21 ,VWest 4.td.den !.tr-eet,7 roomtia-..2
N'. -ast 4Cliturch sbret.-i5roorns. iaI
: )ry :i n--nr t".-v 1t: -. uare c
N JNo.h ltt L~tb Sth sri-tIl. 5II'li)(m,at1* t-t-
N 3 7 We-1 t iiiiltI re'-t, 7 roan-.
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No nw4 A mtW. ti; .vt ic'l
1_4It 3 a ra 4
'ory' )II
,rv7.to
\o. 4-1 i- ",.-t ri-etloniw z tr-,Ir ti. I, roo zim..
torv .....14110
So. ftP4-C -'uth kParcelitna ?-trr'at. 4 rooaii-i
'1 torv I1.1,0t.0
No. L2 ast Wright st: .-t, 4 room-. 'iI
story t ..... 4'11
Several smaller dwollinirq can bo -town
Vou, Call at thme 11, wbd';.ort.-rs fur R.'nhc'e'. an-
suring or Investinag.


33 pieces "Sea Island" Percales, (shirt waist styles) 1-yarl dos. i. U/atsop 9 U o.,
w ide, 15c value...................................................................... 121c yard
9 PIECES STANDARD 36-INCH PEBCAT.rw..................................100 yard REA ESTATE,
WIMAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY FILLED.-I Rental nd Insurance
__ ~AGENTS-'ql


No. I South Palafox Stree .
PENSACOLA, FLA.


W. J. & B.


FORBE8.


Uo~;c.- Carl c tions.


I am- uci: ,- u''' ?ii 1. )-smal tyJ t II I i nI a Park Ia-It' .I)%l of

Moniimer .:' ii t -4.t' o- cc c in f u .* any ano -ant of ,ti,'t Iwi-rd
ard Desi-vi:.i w*


Carnations 7 Ic per K:n
A rne r;c it,8B-. u e, S 3.'iOto '.Jp,- rz-n
All O.i- i'-c h es -.!.50 to '01.75 po-! .czen,


L ing Phluiont


De v.-e I
to ycu.


MISS VIOLETTE MORENO.
:2 3 West Orezory.


IM'I:'U.NI' NonIt ;.

Notice i- her--y i:i 'i. n hn-t ,a .i I
after ti- first diay of A''! il. II at ,.
I uion mechativ.c or laborer ill work
on auy building with any nrol,-ani,,,:
men where three 11 ora itiza;ti..t,
of 'aid craft under tai juri-,lieti-,.
of the Centra! Trad'- ''outrjii
inI.S f J. R -..J Ii-I)A:'.


T'hrco Lcarge Stores
Futll ',f I-'RN ITI IU-. The fine-it
~!2 I.Va iiI'-i-a''.a.Pre~tty.v neatly-
ft! a'. I k14 e ';s #-l drErf)tn14M vi tes at
alt;it' ~.lcittata and Cobblpr Seat
P., k-a' f# ,P:" *Itfllittle-, che-ap and
Look1.at.tok -a
4). M. PRYOR'S
1" 4r;:'."n IJ'urnalshing House.


On Tu -v.. ur-" n. : A Nothingso setsoff a home
O n T u ,-dav- .T hur- la y arin l S ;.,- '
urdays. from 12 m. to 8 ;,. in.. p'-r-;i- at handsome furniture.
will be vaccinated fre-- ,of char, ,farston Finch have an
the office o(f toe St; Health of Florid?, N<. 9 wt I. .-.. iminrne stock for you to se-
dencia store: P!,-ici'ar,,of ttoe ("i. lect from and they will sell
have kindly con',,nnt! (Ito p.-t.%: c.
the service at the hour-s :amr-d. it to you on long time and
W m. K. HVF: H. easy payments.
Agent.
DURHAM Cigar3 hao, Room Xouldings
no equal. For Sale n a; lshadefP.lain an, fancy at J.
D'Alember.e".. Ph ne'W-. o...


Call for Rtare Convention.
.Call for a State Democratic ..eooetion to T E P EE' T OI
he held at Jacksonville, Fla.,Tuesday. June
The dem-cratic party of the tate of Flor.
Ida will hnld a itate '-onvenhIon tit Jacksnn-
vi, e on Lueii.vy.June Il, at 12 noon, for the
following purpo s-s:
To choose d-!egtt-st t) repr. In tbe liational d+mocrai c convention, to
(j- h,,I at K Vir. vi-iry, M ,. .ulv 4, ISAR): to
l. C;:nit. C.ilwtte- forti..ri- f of io-
.rn. r, oi., JU ''u-i .-e.,f the +,im.r n court.
.usp: rlt 'r. Tr itsurer. Supilitzstrendent of
Pii.tt ;c Instruc <>on. (''on;ni --iti>,o-r of Agri-
c"R:ture.a ltnilro'"l cirr '" t-.i"onr for the t-r- .
terllm of f,)ur yter,. four f I''-iatil El-ct- PrO Tilto
,.or aoiJ four alt'-rnitrte., to be h',td for at w *
th!e r.ex regnilar 'Ita'e ele-'tion., 'nd tt,
transn :t Aucb uthv.r s is May come -
hefore t' I 011Vrll o i--.- .. . -
T h. di;ere ot outlies in t h- thate will
e-nd di lo-att. to tlih coiiv'-ntiIii upo)II the
following lio~ of r-pr-s. ilin o i: r n del- r A A
egate f ir nc one hund ed -tc AastVf^ L orK
thlieu.,l ,at-oathe -,te ti-k,., hort.- W' a
ct-ivedtl.ib .h, st t nuim;)-r v t,, at lh,. S- n*
i eneraIltl ecti lin (,r l.<;. itn tar!o ftdailtio hlL
vote for the nit'fit.,l int exce-s thert fot
whe, it amounts to fi.,y or more,. 'fhn UR first announcement of New Ar ivals of Spring
durnmitte.- hn ao-al-illowe",iadditiona lrep-
resentation where thi vote was increar-ed
at the ehectio of ~ l in any ciutnty for Apparel. A generous assortment, large variety
~state officers. It e countless under this rnle
will be entitled to representation as fol-
lows: of colors and stv:es to select from of Ladies' W aists
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, THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, MARCH 26, 1800. 7


SCupid Won,


NAiLIf
^AMI
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I Ik I I i=aCI' I


WHIY SAY


* i. li:a a:*--m' iil'iy. .r-:. C.


THE


LEVY POU


CO.


T: BI DinTin n ClItMirT,

500%-511 S.. PAWaox St.!


I~~~~~~~~ I I'* 1l i' liat I' 11,Ihy
I ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~MI .-, .r-I'en-il~ 0ttu
a- I i Tit :~. ic 1ia~'~iMt
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'!v ~mr : I!.crs, is!' I j ;n.- to fr,
1 r. .\ .1 I ii n 111V ('[Iyt, N 'L
wn i t i!,v W!M .,.ts rdunivii r t .,s I *;a
A ii Iso Cupid wo n tOe race.-Chii-ago
Ti I I -lcra N I.
C:1 J%. In
Bftm the TN KniWyouHave AWaYS k*9i


Buy your wife one of those
Itandsome parlor suites
CrornzAMarston 6- Finchi.


NICOLA CASSA,
RESTAURANT---O YbxJJbS.

Frlits, Calies, Veetaleb ,
Cigars and Tobacco at Low Prices.
cr. Tarragona and Zarragos-a -ts.


OUR


PANT


sMaid about
long lergge
slim. fat
legg,-d, ,-t
a11 -ort, o
ni-nt,. as,
thie Ihxes
'ur cl &m#* pairs (o
day i- a g,
what :abcu
are a doll.
cas-ior.er,
are- two
gic.d c:i
' .oline ar-
pa;ir. go
tatnt-. B
t .re- at.'l
Ipa;r. ,god


SJa-k Mordaunt sauntered into his sis-
t'r-. sit-tiIng r.mi. w there she sat rest-

J "'I'rm .oingx: for a si;.:n: in the automo-
biie this afternoon. Wuld any of your
fair guests be peI-rsuaded to join me,
think you?"
"I would not dare answer for them
trusting their lives to you in that way."
his sit-ur teasingly repliel. "But. Jack,
Seriously, is your armi strong enough to
bear the strainY'
"I don'tt you worry, little sister, about
that arm. It is all right nmw. thanks
to i,,ur c-are."
Thalks, brother ninrie. And that re-
ainIulls me-what are you going to dlo
t 5o i pair- ,f with your next breakage when 1 am
d. -t ort legged, far away? If you were only settled
iptyv, how with some one, I should feel so rellev-
traigl t l -'-d ted. Now. there is Miss Gordon. She"-
f legg, .a- ii, spare me, sister. the list of those
e lg c(harms which I know by heart and
they got out Iof 0w.ih amr so dazzling in their golden
and up onto .tting.j: I'ut. seriously, and asking
ig table, pardnli; for :vy seeminrig lightness, I do
f int wi-h to be1.little this wonderful htqr-
S np"ant .b ut" I'es"s; but, dear, when I marry I want a
o)d many. but ife, not n oney bags. If there Is a
t tlh*1? 'Sonie wife, for t. tLhe woman, we shall find
ar a pair, ge,>d each o l'er. Till then my anxious little
pant-. Soi )e Sister nuist rest content.-"
diollar- a pair. Sh,,rlly after dinner,. the gae ts of
-inmere palit. thi" t.sO La',ving lisp',osed of theni-
three -(, (1hlirs t elves.. on t i shaltd piiazzza, Mordauint
od 'a^ t ii rI ". -
o0111 are(- two,. ".. ,I h" ,, r. rr;!y e oull,., ,i;t-
four dollar- a ,, f ti fair a .-.:l,!vy \;l honor
w or-ted ,t:.'-. t.... 1 ;. rig their p[:'r ,ous liv's in
I.y k ;,' ':i. ':"
S ;* r <4tl 1! ,1 tL. rid 'v
,, :."-,: l ;.ly nr.i t ,l d : : lin.: t




.: .M ,:,l t ,lTe'tl !his li:it and
|< , 1 ii": ".; y at I t t : i, rl i \ ,,-v 14e to11
<:tia r. tL It s.;, i .'.. :. ; ;'e ". l
v f or a d(rI- tlre -;.:'. ,,'!s .:: ,-* t,.i.
Th: r ;i:" g' .tl f his sitr's hl:l
stI: I h:': stran.rl'y Ivno ie ti :;i (lo ce
-t0 sOltlid ,y tI.e i!te.n,'.l'ness ulihich occasionally
s1.,.- \ as .etravyed i:?to s.L(I,\\ ini;. Si20>
_ood pant, 1had 'i.-itci.,l nalur!ing l.s-iloilities. Iut
s s-!'.ly :is .he attei ':,':.41' tol ( o lne to
a .I., t.,r t nchli shie h:thllrew herself
U C If .1: -.''i1.l it, avoid l;;m.
\\,ich.criii,. L,' li-lu-d hei r to thie s-at
Is pr('rided/ an '1 spr:ari, t, her rsi., ani aruiil jests
a,,! tiuttrerii,; farewells they set off.
I r f wftly the'y flew along. conversing
forts of / .,,,pl:as-antly. P'r.-setly began the d.c
so. at of a lI't;g hill. Wh'lic-n something In
'Ce/S. iratch h-r triai:,'s \,iie caused thlie girl
to gla. -c- am 1 t liim. anl s-he cried out:
tch y1our Jn~.l-i. your arL Let me take your
'ttch your i,.,.. ,
N't ihe'lin-: hr worls. the man
lifts int gasped: -"(;-d forgive me for bringing
.you to tLis: The machine is running
'l fto see auay. amil I arni faint with the pain in
nio :r1i-1.
I'l:T'i.iii- hr hand] ,n the lever, the
S //oI// ff g:rl sarl |mietily: -ir;st menc. I will
hell, \ f0o pockcf' I/- l.*'l,. the ii :i \\ w:i CioiisC 'f that l\ 1 sterioiis iiotio in the girl's
( r v,. hi : thlirilld 1I in.
/iOCke s St. .l:ly iL,. -. irl f:i'.i lher ta-k. secim-
ing :It first lo Ie h!ii-lpl'-ss in the way-
%\:Ir tl.-. f.oot of the !.iL!l a sharp tur-ninig
aw;i:tcil ti.-im. If tiat were nrt made
saif--l v. t;h- (l "ie 1:1man shuddered l.
Pult pi;n-. titl, Iv r,-.raliz.ed that tic<
s;m:i:ii h hla< l 11' w h {T over the terri-
Si.. f.re wh, w vi '.i s-!:'d intent onii \\orl.-
i'.- !r l.a, 1h.l y .*l '0 .cs the s; l.1
"-' : I *l. th!- ;rc-a c i c i-o:'i-'r v.as tu:rnre l.
.a'i .' '. '.' :it ) a -'; :l ,]- 1 ''.
s';i:.' :i:Tll. uo ii;nz.likc-. "he s'bld'! convtil-
| |||| 'i:..; Tix.n ;:,,. lit::t. \-!i,. s :-2':._'..'l ;'g to *ot,. Ii. t oc ,ie lih,, heart
,!f I" I,:l1l. :. !. -:lth T!.. Tll ti. o\v or fancy 1 :' vp r,.uW. lt r:: I i, l,.',-.lf. I:, gntly whisi-


k- and d i.y- t" 1 ; i i li i t ;, are
,.4r. a:ndi f r i n u
. , ,'.,I -'~ c. I iculig. c in c r


AND MOST POPULAR BRANDS OF


WBISIEs, WINIE, LIEUCRS, CORDIALS,

)--RURRRS, ETC.,=

IN WOOD AND GLASS, LARGE OR SMALL QUANTITIES


THE TURF RECORD. BLOOD PN.
lng tdrl- :,t Brj.okiae. Mass., and lhe I)S
is a hlar oe tO .ntoatc'i.
Egozen. 2:,';'1. w".1l be used as a FP
wag(if inn. ::w E. Powt l;. .Jr.. of 'columbus, O. / In some cases the external signs of Contai.'o .s lo;od Poison are so slight that the
Fnor--s a.: 1 miul, s hilpped from the victim is firmly within the grasp of the molnter l'fore the true nature of the disease
Unit-.i S-ta-s to) .e 1'hilippine Islands is known. In other cases the blood is quickly filleol with this poisonous virus andti the IIE
r 1 ..,.icila. a,. ist glanders be.- *'F / ** swollen glands, mucus patches in the mouth, sores ,on scalp, ulcers on tongue, sore
Sands be- throat, eruptions on skin, copper colored splotches, and falling hair and eyebrows
for1e tl> ginning tlh vu.yage. leave no room for doubt, as these are all unmistakable signs of Contagious Blood Poison. I' ,
ThIe Quak-r. by uro Wilkes. 2:11, Doctors still prescribe mercury and potash as the only cure for Blood Poison. These poisonous mnin.
dlam Mary I.st. 2:12' is a candidate erals never yet made a complete and permanent cure of Contagious Blood Poison. They drive the disease
for 2:15 L.,n.Iors. This colt is owned by back into the system, cover it up for a while, but it breaks out again in worse form. These powerful minerals produce mercurial
%T. I. C,.hru, Jr., of the Newark rheumatism and the most offensive sores and ulcers, causing the joints to stiffen and finger nails to drop off. Meroury and
'armra potash mako wrecks, not cures, and those who have been dosed with these drugs are never after free from aches and pain.
r. S. S. S. acts in an entirely different manner, being a purely vegetable remedy ; it forces the poison out of the system, anm.
Lorld Vneeut, 2:. -I will make his instead of tearing down, builds up and invigorates the general health. S. S. S. is the only antidote for this specific virus, anl
1iMj <.!:.ut at his home. Youngstown, therefore the only cure for Contagious Blood Poison. No matter in what stage or how hopeless the case may appear. et-:a
().. w!hre J.uly 4 he will start to wagon though pronounced incurable by the doctors, S. S. S. can be relied upon to make a rapid, permanent cure. S. S. S. is not a
to ba 2- 1.",. the four wheel record for new, untried remedy; an experience of nearly fifty years has proven it a sure and unfailing cure for this disease. It is the
a Lalf mile track. only purely vegetable blood medicine known.
Mr. H. L. Myers, ioo Mulberry St.. Newark, N. J., says: I was afflicted with a terrible blood disease, which was in spots at first, but afterward
*Th re. is talk of a niuatih between the spread all over my body. These aoon broke out into eores. and it is easy to imagine the suffering I endured. Before I lbecme convinced that the
2 y.ar-ohls Elsie I owns, by Boodle. doctors could do me no good I had spent a hundred dollars., which was really thrown away. I then
":l"t. n ',,l.1. ..I (art**ir, y -l .-d tu Btried various patent medicines, but they did not reach the disease. When I had finished mv firit
:1.. ad lnl rt. by itO bottle of .. S. S. I was greatly improved, and was delighted with the result The large, red splotche-.
W\'ik,.. trained rc-spee-tively blv "Farin- on my chest hegan to grow paler and smaller, and before long disappeared entirely. I regained my
r" I.uncl ani I. V" Bokkelen at lost weight, became stronger, and my apletite improved. I was oon cutirely well. and my skin a-.
San .Jose, al. Send for our Home Treatment Book, which contains valuable information about
TolI Sloane pr.dicets that the Prince this disease, with complete directions for self treatment. Our medical department is
of Wales' e(it I ;:;ion4l Jubllee will in charge of physicians who have made a life-time study of blood diseases Don't
win the Io;vl!:h -lrby tl.is year. He hesitate to write for any information or advice wanted. We make no charge what-
does not th!nk mrni chani:ces. I ),iniocirt is the Amnerican
bred gelding in thie Hlresford-Lor.llard
string. N. w Florida Enterprise.
A green trotter by lExpectatlion. TALLAHASSEE, March 24--Ltters pat-. TIME TART.
2:1.:.4. out cf a (;-org.e Wilkes miare is ent have been issued incorporating the
In Van Meter's salild, at Luuisville and Bronson Naval Stores company, with a I, LOuaVlLE AND NAbHVILLE ATT-ROAD.
lis ioppi -.ln ,irih' hi 1 I, nns lecoIl-'. capital oft $6,000. The headquarters of IN EFFECT JANUARY :'7. 1'*N.
l'rankk K *v}T;'sy s;-.;y e ih. e the fastest this company will be at Bronson. I
gre ii trotter in t!i \. rI. No. .. No. 2. No. I. No. S.
DAILYttr i th MARK T REPORTS 12:45 noon II:-1i pnm Leave Ppenacola .....Arrive, 4 p in .3:c1i am


",- C


AL

'-S ,


-AT THE--


ALLIGATOR


SAOO,


Opposite Union Depot. Telephone No. 411.


W. C. NORMAN, Proprietor.


0) 1*


To 'reenville, Montgomery and Bir-
mingham, Saturday night, Marchi
:31, leaving I'nion Depot at 10:;v) on
regular passenger train. Fire for OL[
routldi trim): Pensacola to Mont t-
gomery. $3..-A; to (ireenville, $35;
to Bimininglam, $B.'5i0. From C.an -
tonment same as I'en-acola. Pai ties
desiringsleeper will apply toticket
agent in time. Purchase tickets at
ticket otlice. Tickets good for five a
(tays to retiirll:on any regular pas-
s--iger tiain. For further informa-
tion a:'ply to .


PITH AND POINT.
Parutirhim is ~imore, than four-fft:hs
pIh:his.
Y4,ii nerdni't run after d,,ath by oat-
ing l:tm, suppers anl drinking z too much
liquor. ID-ath will run after you.
IPy the t'rm "s wlety leader" Is
meant a woni:n wlh ilu enlts schemes
to keep people out of l'-dl who would
otl.rNvise retire early.
Whlien there Is mnure than the usual
delay in serving the pie, guests know
ih!at thhe forks had to Ibe washed to
be linoiuglt in again.
A I:uan should make his wife look
hatnp:.y and well dressed if for no other
reviiin than to make his old loves feel
sorry they didn't get him.-Atchlson
t;lobe.
LEGISLATIVE CANDIDATES
Anid Delegates to the Coun*y conven
tion at 'Powelion. 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 the Legislature.
C. Moreno Jones.
H. C. Clopton.
IDlegates to County Convention.
Precinct 12-H. H. Wicke, F. R.
Pou. R. A. Credille, Wm. Carmi-
chael. Tho,. 0. River-.
Precinct 13-J. F. L. (uit a. Ar-
thur John,'on, J. C. Avery, J. Whit-
ing Hargi-.Jas. L. Sweeney.
Precinct 14-(Gitt Eitzen. J. E.
Baar.;, A. VE. Zelitu, H. (G. leSilva,
Ja.. ()'lrien.
Pr-cinct 15-Tho-. Johnson. John
11. .Jon.e. F. E. Co(nmnvn-, V. A.
Duih.iamn. H. A. Water-. Hlrm-tf
-hGOLAY <

Grist and Corn Meal Mills,
I. F. GONZALEZ & CO., Prop s,
Manufacturers
CHOICE MEAL AND PURE GIOUNI)
STOCK -EEI).
P'atronizo Homn Itidurtry. for torep is
every rvaion you shouldd buy your M-saI and
4tock e.eed from the Home Manufacturer.
for Ly -o doing you ,ncourace home indusb-
try. Your nioney i left 1in the community
and you in turn are indirectly benellted.
In fostering the home manufacturer you
coIitributc to tie causeof lilsbor. You owe
It to the community in which you live and
which contributes to your support.


TIE IOIIAL INIITUO DAlllEBL BU;i,


Si-


A. FRIEMJAN, Prop.


AGENTS FOR

High-Grade Liquors.
SILV IFI:R.OOK, PRIVATi: STOCK BEN HARDIN SOUR MASH,.
VIRY FINE: FRIEDMAN'S &CELEBRATED OLD PRIVATE
S'I'K. 12 YEAR (S OLD; OLD SILK VELVET. KEN-
T'I C'KY'S PERFE('TI()N OF PURITY. AND
LOTS OF OTHER BRANDS WHICH
SiACE WILL NOT PERMIT
TO MENTION.
I l":Th, Larz. -t and Best .lt.ted Stock of Bottl.- W hinky arid
W'u fior Family l'-e.


THE JUG TRADE IS OUR MAIN SPECIALTY.
AI"Also A.\znt for the Famnous Pabat Milwaukee Beer. Free D)-liv-
* ry t)o every Part of the Citv.


P. 0. Bo)x 41.-,


PENSACOLA. FLA.


Telephone 179.


Delmonico fotel and Restaurant


Bello! I'ml Boari
at the ipelmonii


AGI1TS FOR


PENNLAND RYE WHISKY,
BROOK HILL SOUR MAHH.
YELL *WSTONKV RYE WHISKY,
DAIRY MAIl) WHISKY.
ATLANTA BREWING COMPANY R
CELEBRATED BEER-KKEs BOTTLES


SOMETHING NEW

S-EVERY DAYj*-
0----A T--o


HALL & KLEIN'S


mammoth Retail Grocery,

502-504 SOUTH PALAFOX ST-,
Toloph co.o 3008.

U'"Patro ,-, Now aintl O(ld, are Cordially I'ivit,.d to Vi-it and Inspect
their Inmiiie-e Stock.


E. IPETERD$E-l,
o--PROPRIETOR OF-o

CRONIeS SA LOON
0--EALER IN-o

Imported and Domestic Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
JUG TRADE A ayw:-IAT-TY.
Corner Relmont and Devilliers Sts. PENSACOLA, FLA


A. M. AVERY,
(Wu It AV"y f Wf4OpWk)
IMPOBTEB AND JOBBBB OP

Ii-Eard4wasre=


ALL ORDERS SERVED ON SHORT NOTICE-. .. ---o 7
Iron, Nalls, Ales, Shovels, Saw Mill and Steamboat Hupplies, Cooking
AT ANY TIME AT REASONABLE PRICES. a nd Heating Sto ves, Palt Oils and Window G a=,

I Rooms for Rent by the Day, Ceek op iNontiL. 0 Agate and Tinware and H0ouefrtmlh g goo&.
311, 312 lerIh Tarrema t trt opposite MIle. ept. ons, Pistols and Fishing Taekle.
O-Teiephone 68.-0 AGENT for Birmingham Boiling Mills Company, Revere Glant
--4--GEO. WILSON & CO. ,-*- +Stitched Belting, Northampton Emery Wheel Company, Laftina Band
on't Forget to Stop With the Fat Man. Powder Oompany, Johnson's Kalsomine, Iron King and Buck's Btoves
Don't Foret to p With th Fat Man. and Ranges, Wa. Coups & Co.'s Baw Hide Lose Leather, aswryl's eady
FRESH EGETAeBU RESC II HILT, UIOLELE Ill R[EI1111. Made as color..
ing Pensac0, Florida. I ain't. but willpl
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Pensacola.

Try THE Nkws Want Column: it
will pay you.


COTTON.
SNw YOK.. .Marcu 24 ftIlP CIOs
January................. ? o) .... 7.9J
' e rruiry............... s .wl .... 8.01
.I arcu.............. ... 9 4'i .... 9 44
April.................. 9. 4 .... V .43
AMay .............. 9..... .... 9.41
June......... ........... 9 .. 9 3i
July ................... 9 41 .... 9.84
August................. 9 .... 'J 02
Sep mni ter............. 4'. .... 8.42
October ........... ... b 14 ....
November ..............- 0 6 .... 7 94
December.. ..... ... 7.Wj .... 7.w
Spot cotton closed dull: middling up-
lands 'YT. middling gulf 10,.
GRAIN AN J r&-OV.ASiONS.
HICAGeo, .March 24 owvit CLOss
WHEAT--March ........... 65i
WHEAT-May .........65. ....d 6,
WMEAT-JuI.......... ....6
WVHEAT-S-eptember... ....
LOaN-.Miarch... .... .... ,
CoN--May...............3. .... 3 a
Lom-July .......
Cok-S-eptember .... 3a%
UATS-March................ a3,
UAT--May ...........24 .... 4
UATS-July ........... ....
PoRK--March ......... .... 11.62
2OBK-MAY.......... 11.85 .... 11.78
u y ............ 11.5
...RD-March ............. 50
.1-D--MAy ......... 6.25 6 30
..A-RD-July-........... 6.671,;
AUa--March ......... .... .8;
gtmBS-May..............25 .Q6 33
ABS--July ................ 6 U
MAVE STORE .
WILMwToN. NC., March 24.-Spiritt
turpentine nothing doing; receipts. 31.
Rosin steady and unchanged: receipt. f.
Crude turpentine quiet at 88.00( .2S kre-
ceipts 1, Tar steady aOLS0: reoaspts789.
sAvmAnNA. March 24.-Splr iaurpM-
tine firm at 52. receipts, 3M maei .7;
exports tO. Rosin lrm and unchanged;
receipts 686; sale none; exports T7U@
GRAND EXCURSION


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1: 12 p In :t:46a HIII A rrivye .. NM bile ...A rr:ve 1 no minl l m eight
14:31i p in I 7:.to a in Arrive Now 4 rit-sus ..Arrive 7.:-:)a 111 #:5 p fit
6~:11 p IIn C:IIIa It it A rrive Montgomiery ..Arrive Ilb .-!oa KIII i.;, p Ini
';:.-)oa 111 7. 1(' p in Arrive- Nap-liville .Arrive a fit 10:W a m
12: 5noon *.:: taInI Arrive .Loulbvill, -..Arrive i.1) m p in la HIII
4 :16 p In i 7 :1.. aIII A rriv' 4 'ineinnat i .Leave 111 u II 11 :011,p III
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1;:( mIf ioJ 11i:3'4 aIt II.... 4 bipley ~b1) 111 12:57 p in
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4 THE DAILY NtW6: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, MARCH 28, 19CO.

SDAILY N: going further in the direction of con- WILLIJ WOLFE M8ING. Police rmt.
TERX DA L cllating the populist than other deme- d
erratic leaders are willing to go? This is a He Left Home Las F'riday and habi Twenty-two cases were entered r n nlit
iltn at the Post office at Penscola. : this mornings dohmet in the pole &
a asecond-class O matter. Penscol. question that will receive a gaod deal of at- Not Since Been Been. this morning's docet i hear pole wth
tention from democrats between now and Willie Wolfe, a 15-year old lad, fighting. contributed $5 each to the -------
OriOca: Pitt Building, ?lliS Booth Pala- the time for the meeting of the democratic left home last Friday morning and city treaury. Five plain dunks
n street. np-6tairs. national convention. left home last Friday morningand: city treasury. Five plain drunks
The popull6tic flavor of the* Nebraska though a thorough search ha. been disorderly $7 each ; three dia S T I
EEBplatform would have tendency to lessen; made for him. no trace of him can derly conduct $5 each, and two I
TEE NEWS PUBLISHING 00. .ir. Bryan's chances for the pr.-!dential be found, charged with visiting a place whereH
Te s-vrably n Advance. irabe candidates seeking i of h part there. There e told several of his boy friends lewdness isprcticed were fined $1
Ose Tear by Mail ............ ................. $ nobody in his way, however, and the indi- that he was going to Cuba on the each. Total, $105. Two charged
m otxr aMoanth "" ..... cations noware that there will not beany- ronno; ta aptai ewill ad n hrac- 0ets F rihn od e rm. n
SMoth .. body. But It would not take long to find s promised to take him; but the es- har d on sui Gs e Goods Departm n.
One Week. by Carrier. payable Monday It candidate if the democratic leaders shoulder was thoroughly searched atur- tr wa turned ovr to the county
become dissatisfied with Mr. Bryan. one day and he was not aboard. Capt. authorities.
THE WICIK K1.Y JISW : thing seems to be certain, ifthecomments Penwill told the authorities that if B ds-
by democratic leadersin Washington mean the boy showed up as a stowaway he PRICKLY ASH BiTrES cures dis-:
Patblished every Friday at fi.(o per year that i that th doctc would bring him back on the return easeseof the kidneys, cleanses and SPECIAL-56 Pairs Ladiei Oxford Ti.z. iz to
r'istge free. tional platform will not carry the trphenstheliversto
T Lt .ional platform wtil not carry e When the lal left home he wore a bowels. For sale by Hannah Bros. $2.25 to $3.00...........................................
TELEPHONE NO. 118. amount of populism there .s an tpe Ne- gray coat and black trowsers and 60 Pairs Ladies' Button Shoes, si:s 1 to 6 .................. .
brhsk. platform. n had a rain coat. He has a scar about To Telephone Subscribers.
dmrtising st Furnisheden pplication. \W\e do not believe that Mr. Bryan an inch long over his left eye. Any Pleace add to your list the follow- Th,, (are" Fin .Kid S., -rO. fo, -r, f
will insist that the objectionable information as to his whereabouts ing names and numbers which have Elegant Line of Misses' and Children'; Stra l
6 features of the Nebraka platform will be furnished to his parents been put insince our list issue: Celebrated Merriam Make. Black. T.an. Red and ull Plt L, ..
sC, N,4 N' b shall become a part of the national promptly if sent to THE NEws f- 393-Pnsacola Press. Up to Date Style.
r eice. 39*-Marzsoni. L. D., residence.
platform. He is too wise and too It i also reported that Lonnie 396--Bell, I. M., Miss residence. Ladies' House Slippers at...................5 'c. 5 73, s1..w :a l $1. "
politic to pursue so dangerous a Cashing Is missing from borne and, 397-Holmes, N. H.. residence.
r-E A00LA. MARCH. 26. 1900. course. His purpose. weconfidently as the boys were chums, it is proba- 264-West Coast Naval Stores Co. ISEE OUR SHOW WINDOW FOPR MEN'S SH)ES.
believe, is to encourage the mod- :ble that they left here together. 251-Rowe. Chas., tailoring and To Arrive Next Week New Line oy ad Youth (,..
Mobile and DeFuniak papers are cleaning. To Arrive Next Week. New Line Bovy ,.d
PRtECINCT DEijEGATES ification of the views of the extreim- requested to copy this notice. 273-S-. Michael( Rectory. Burley Stevens' Make. Nobby. Up to Date, Durable.
The Mays Democratic Club of Pensacola istt by whom almost alone he was 121-Baniks, May L. Mrs. resi-
blaendorlbd the following ticket for del- supported in lt496, to the end that en-I It is very hard to stand idly by and dence. Biggest and Best Selected Line of Men's and


egas frm the ct11.y precincts to toe 1-,
(er'tac County convention n to be held at
Frwelton, April 14 and ask that they be
ies a hearty support hy the voters:
Prectnct 12-.?. H. (ingles. avidd Shoe-
hba. Wa. bazzell, J. D. Maxwell, and T. F.
Wrightoe.
Precnoct l.--W. A. Blount.Thn,. Hannah.
Joln Christil. J. Lieo. W\\ite and W. T.
1uacan.
Pr citC 14-4i .*o). IBrown..Io,. I. Johnson.
J.8. Mctaiucht-y. John Ple-iffer and J. E.
Bears.
precinct 1:>-F. H. Putnam. .1i: n \.'e t.
Was. taenett, J. E. Ateicrombsi- and \W. A.
Ituthanm.
ADIMIRAL Di:wr's ..udde-n and
alarminiu illne-s from what wa,
called tiy the physi-cia:is **idia----
tion." during hi- recent vi-it to ",i-
vannah, is attributed by the know-
ing ones to the insidious qualities of
a certain brew peculiar to that city
and there known as "Artillery
punch." Not that he took too much.
but that he did not know what it
was loaded with. Nor does anybody
else, save a chosen few to whoml
bas been handed down. from genera-
tion to generation, the secret of the
mystery, since the later dzays of the
last century, when a member of tie
world-famous Chatham Artillery.
whose guest the gallant sailor-war-
rior wa-, invented the seductive
mixture. "Artillery punch," as only
the Cha:ham Artillery experts con-
coct it, is more deadly than Spanish
cannon, as the gallant Dewey mu-=t
have acknowledged when he sur-
rendered to its charms.
*'AUtNT HITTY" GREEN, the rich-
est woman in America, and who as-
pires to be the richest female in the
world. has a son. "Ned" was sent
out to Texas a few years ago to zirow
up with the country, and become a
great railroad magnate, according to
his ambition. He is now on the way
toward the shining goal, being gen-
eral manager of a railroad "*-ysteni"
eleven miles in length. On theside.
he desired political honors. also, and
forthwith organized a faction con-
slating of lnnm-elf and three po',t-
mastert- doing busin!-s (.n 1!i- "'-vs-
tern." Having got thus far. he pro-
jected a boounm for the vice pr-i-
dential u.miunatioii. It has not yet
reached i publican headquarters.
but when it does it is (xpect d to
cause con-Sterna:ticn among thli faitih-
ful. The view Mark HlannA inay
take ct it when lie sees it may de-
pend somew:!,a upjuo t.,he txac: 114-
ure- of Mrs. ( -. prI posEd coutribu-
icitn t, t::r!: ;.u !'.i'anc !:):,.. fu'd
in b: ha' .f .f ,' r aai ti:i,..- .'; i, .

hir N* bra-ka I1!otvf` in.
The ..v. : h !h Mc'! .:.1 New-'. ':,;
ackuowl dgcd ..dv,.c.,t, of Mr. Bryan
for the presidential nomination, is
not pleas'.d with tlhe N. bra-ka plat-
form asa lilotcil for the one toe b.
adopted at Kia,-.t- C'ity. inotwith-
rztaiding ti: :.i,;p rentt'y autihorita-
tive atiii'.iin :' li.ilt t:a t it i- r,-
garded by Mr. ?'ryan -is !i- Ji-lal
w hat 1 ,. lU t .::i l i l.:t.',::l U:.,ul.l

T he C, i1d:-"'.t 'f <. i.) .. n'* i- :
pe rs th I".' ;: : t : ItI N -t
ullbra. 1: ;.*- -; ) t:;owM ; f
to tbthe v. ..': ;a: p I 'I,-: :. n ;: -.t -





brijGoksia it, :% w, ,tfor th i-' ast' ..i'. ( f ;; .
partecas. t i. ;' i"* ;i Is' r .1 -
twhch o u t' o : : I :.' *:i .' i. r .:.l.


( e w s' a t .' ,i :' : < : . '. -
Yentioi Iso t .it to K:tst- l'-y w.t. th' -
detstanodida .' that Mt.1 y.r. wa's, to be I..
nom:a eet Ii': i r' *,: .-:s. t :thout krse.. If ; ..
heiorehani that l.e wousi be wa;s '
etcpt tt-e platfteo .l adit J.'. ty the c,.)o-
veston..
Asa matter of fact Mr. Iryan ha, a d:fl.-
ealt pos t ;nc tO I,1. 1ii -' the cho;'e T for
piedellt of Ieoth d,'ticr, an' d popu ll .'.
At te ,at.- ttni'- s*. as an out aId out dem-
ocriS. Stall, he can hardly say to the po,. :
last. at be wants ta.er support. :.,, l e is
Aantll making any c.'toIcesson- to tae.: s:-
the democrats ec platform.
li1t1e ms to bw clear that tb.' co

be made to them in theNebraska platform
am not wbo.ly approved by *out- f the
m* t prointient tof tthe democratic hlder,.
Theqbaetion whacb presents its-'f 1t thi:';.
What oonce,-'i.i- w;Il Mr. Bryan lie wil:L.a.
4 imaket toi lb p 'pu:Its i tih-l ariiiciattc


tire and complete harmony between
the two democratic factions may en-
sue, assuring victory for the united
party greater than was ever before
experienced.

'Difficulties give way to dili-
gence." and disease germs and b.ood
humor disappear wheii Hood's Mar-
-aparilla is faithfully taken.
L.ASr WEEK'S EX'OIRTS.
Foreign Shipments Were Valued at

Tl:e cu-tom house records show
that three steam and ten sail ve-st i-
of an aggregate tonnage of 10.547 ar-
urved during last week from l.,reign
ports and that four steam and fivp
sail vessels of an aggregate tonina.te
of l>.802 cleared for foreign ports.
Tue shipments to foreign port-
during the week ware valued at $L7.-
53's and were distributed as fllow-:
Havana .,:.a
cardifT "
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Matazaas 4
Lam-zIon I'-.




Theltein of export during 'i

Tl.ndUer and lumber. it,
Hiuml i n ert. t".', '.
I ur%,iture, Ib-
Coal., toni. 4 ,
I o'n ptpe. ibs
Plumersb materi.J. lbs
To t. bales .....
\Vosp hatndle-, cae '.
I-uoo n.ture, l- .:_4
'luo ifr". m after l., bs t-'..;.";

lour. bb-
M*- r, cask . 2' -
to"'in. bbl,
Adv'-rLisizi Il.in s t'r. 11t- -
liH oc- ..

A eight t of Telror.
'"Awful anxi ty was ftel.t fr t!.
wi jow of th- br,ive. (;-t tral ur,:--
ArT of M .1i hia". .Me., whe!i t.;-( dic-
t- rs sail -lihe could not live till inorn-
i:.;-," writes Mr-. tS. H Lioicol::. w!;,,
atte.d%-1 lI ,-r ti:.t feairf'l ni-L:. **A ;;
tilou- tt .( IU *zt c. !n i ,-- i;.t!;
Puetun,,nia, )ut shlie I .:..d i r Dr.
Kiag'4 New Discov, r'. .-:Iyai, it Lu
more than once saved her life. a;.dl
had cured her of Consumnption. Af-
ter three small doses she slept te-ily
all night. and its farth-r us,- com-
pl tt-ly cured her." Thi- n'arvyel I:
imeditJine i-guarantel! to cure all
throata. C! 1-tt and L', n I) Di-ea e .*
On()ly 0e and $1 NJ. '1 rial bo:,;'., r -r
at W. A. D'Alembc-rte's di:u; s1:'
C NTY ('.CNV.N I I'IN.
.A ."*' C ;::s n..i;,. Ti ip R.te :.ai
.p-cial Trains.,
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PRTllERTS. F.a Ma c,. 1O I-:C.*.
.dit litor ily No w :
Dear Sir-e;,! ,w i: to 'c'i ; ,!,le Cf
trains for the county c ,nvt-,tito:n at
Powe-lton, April 14:
Le 'tvo Fl- at i i n No. i : "'.
II aVt u e llll 1' 1* I '.A l ; ,01,. 14 Ii.
l t.v urni. ., t-lave l'o nlit>n a; p :: .
P :l'l -- ta t!:hat t ., (-,:4V! ;",:
wi,; Lie h.-ld it. the .:mi!'i;., tou-
sthi'.'l, lou-e' I't'owt 1- l ;-1n1id t' (
oi i t- e w ill 1w ,,t t:" -p!< p
b:- ft, '.>re. '1 h,, r:ate oi io (e.':L- fI ,:
;t t* r' .u-wl trip ;1i; dy :ii..-: .
i,. -- ;',' !1 i n; .il 'At l ,f ." ;:il'., .
Yf.'t t :r;il'.
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('! ; ir' 1 ('O:;. On I ; i3:.- :1.
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t t:.\
with I.r.v i'." u-:u' e a- ,"e" d t-ir;at', it'.nl
; i 1.i No. 12 t1l" C' t;l :i- hie)-
t ,1t.. t'. ':a' tio'I ;aIt Powcl;o:i. A :.l1
Li 4 ', tir- t:ily.
\\VM. I). C'A-:'I I:A .EL.
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-.' "1a It. n -r.
"2 2 -.'i >, "t I-. -'0 .
Ii ;'i:ah r. -'. :.r'*'* :z.'-f: for I)(--
\\',-W,,"' Cou':h Cure. Diarrho.i I -l: -
cly :i.d V.'itch Htai.-l 'a!ve. They'
guirantee all three of the-e prt-par;:-
tions and will cheel fully r:t'uii.l the
money to any oin' who Ii-e- then
without being benefi:,d. Price 25
cents each.
Cleaning ladies skirts and waists
is one of dry.


Your ULiver
Will be roused to its natural duties
and your biliousness, headache and
constIpation be cured if you take


!ee our aear ones suAer wn Je await-
ing the arrival of the doctor. An
, Albany (N. Y.) dairyman called at a
drug store there for a doctor to come
and see his child, then very sick
with croup. Not finding the doctor
in. he left word for him to come at
once on his return. He also bought
a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy, which he hoped would give
some relief until the doctor should
arrive. In a few hours he returned.
saying the doctor need not come. as
the child was much better. The
druggist, Mr. Otto Scholz, says the
family has since recommended
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to
their neighbors atd friends until ,he
has a constant demand for it from
that part of the country. For sale
by Hannah Bros., 21 South Palafox
street.
General Order No. 40.
HEADQUARTERS FLORIDA DIVISIONN
l'NITFED CONFEDERATE VIET-
ERANS, Brooks-ville, Fla..
March 24, 194).
GENERAL ORDER. No. 310:
I. The Major-General Command-
ing the Florida Division, United
Confederate Veterans, annOlinces
that the eighth annual encampment
of the Florida Division, United Con-
federate Veterans, will be held in
the city of Persacola, Fla., Thurs-
day and Friday, April 26 and 27.
19oo. All Confederate organizations
and all Confederate soldiers and sail
ors, of every arm and department,,
are cordially invited to attend. All
Camps are urged to make their an-
nual reports and forward their per
capital to the Adjutant-General at
once, also to elect delegates to repre-
sent them at the reunion. The rep-
resentation will be one delegate for
every twenty in good standing; pro-,
vided that every camp shall be
entitled to at least two delegates.
All dues must be paid before any
camp can be permitted to take part
in the reunion. Among tie. most im-
portant matters demanding attention
will be a revision of the byr-laws of
the division to make them conform
to the U. C. V. constitution.
II. The Major-U(ener.al desires t-,
call -pecial attention to t!;- ri.unio
of the as--ociatiti., w ;.i,'h will t.ke,
place at Louisville,. K., May :;o and
:U1, aid June 1. 2 and ;. It will hb-
t,ii tfi-t to b, hlhld oii'-id, o.f thl
CoifeJderate St;.t,-. t, :;itry :, I wii;l
b" One of unllsu l iIt. it t ;-t ili-
po1rtI'allc Our li),.r,-ic e .:i:; .l. tof
Kentutcky have (et- ;'i .*: d : :'iks
it thle ra: ,of anv v, t lhild hb '.'t.e' '. VC .
IIl. OfHcers of't t i, : !.. :3
are directed to as-i": lriii l- '.*n:-
:mand(rs and Camps in *-v..-, way
pios-sible and to see th : all ''.1it p-
that comine under their sup,-,r i-iL T
pay up their iper capit',.l and are
properly represented. boitth in; the-
tate En'canipm'-nt ,t I' :. ac. '.nl
and the Gei(n.r. I'eu,. ::. at LO,;i--
,1. : ,.
I Ne io.:i;atiojn Ar.- ; ',r : -;-.
with t:e. railroads 4 f t' ,f -t ,'*. f;I
thoe' paurpo-o ,f Pecr'l:! -peci' i rit-
to th I'Penl-an l ,i ie ,nni,;. an:d it is-
exp';, ted t!sat ;a at'., ie -' '.'. pt,-'
'.ilt ,. :'; w ay. w ill i '"I r t1d.
(.'ni w ill t :. : aI
-.a ;ire fix,'d.
I .. ,,:', r ,ef .-: I. v .
M ,j. (;-n'!. .: :: a:; -.
F i 'I. L. : : aI <'. f :.

NXorvi, w aikn(p-- i :" p)'.'it.lti,
ti th', V rt itidie.','- i l:- .;-r ,r ,*,
thl- -tst:]''li and di..' -'i,.i P'i:i*'K .\
A' l i- rITTFRS IS -a W.i- l';dil ronIri'dy
in -to,'' c:, -s. It 'lea i-, -'r.=ni:tlh-
:- in r t-.tul tes t,!, ',,*. :: i h. iiv.r
. .:,l how l. rem ov-- ct"4 ('1.-, of
:I;,"* o ',-art -.y::!pt,;on< a;u .( [.:ll.mi- i u ;t
-; .i2 t'o(d vzd)rou- b., -Jy. s 'hi l'y
}i::tiih il' i o-.


VWill move in their elegant new qua -ters,
II Sou h Palafox street, in th- Singer
Sewing Machine Co's store, March 26:h.
Onand aftorthit datethey will be found
there.


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33 9-Saunder9, J. residence.
285-Miller. W. R.. grocery. Boys' ShirtS in the City.
331-Hirschman. Ike, residence.
157-Kruger & Kugleman, whole- We are now in a Position to Offer the Public Great Value- ,
sale grocers. Youths' and Boys' Clothing. having in Stock Over a 'hi'u-,
25S-Israel, Sam, res-idence. Suits to Select from.
365-Flasher, meat market.
246-Brosnaham, H. A., residence. Men's Pants in Endless Variety from..................Cc to ...
313--Knowles. C.. residence.
394-Brvans. Dr. R. L., ofiei. Our Line of Neckwear Comprises Every Style K.,owr. t*, t..
338-Marsh, I)r. C. F., residence
391-Howe, (lo. W'., residence. Corless, Coon & Co.'s Collari naid ('ilff.
322-New Cordova restaurant.
G. B. PrIot.
Manager. h.wt | t .... d C -


A -'riedtflul Blunder
Will often cau-e a horrible Burn,
Scald, Cut or Brai-e. Bucklen's Ar-
nica Salve, the be.t in the world,,
will kill the pain ad plronmptly heal
it. Cures Old So)re-, Fever ores.
Ulcers. Boils, Felons, Cornsall Skin
Eruptions. Best Pile cure on earth.
Only 25 cents a box. Cure guaran-
teed. Sold by W. A. D Alemberte,
Druggist.

We are permanently fixtures here, not-
withstanding all reports to the contrary,
and we are now at II S. Palafox street.
JAsss Frelch Piano & Oran Cc.
11 S. Palafox Street.


Buggies! uggiesi! Buggies!


A SOLID CAR LOAD. Stylish Stick Seats,

SF-etty Phaetons.
CAn LOAD RI ICES nr! oad Carts, B c e :;:

Any and Every Style! Top Buggies.


CASTOR I A BEST MAKES, LATEST STYLES.
For infants and Children. First Come, First Served; They Won't Last Long.
The Kind Y0ou Have Always Bought
Bears teYes' We will Allow You Somethinm for that 01t Bu.z-:y :f :
Bears tne Ain't but Fifty Cents.
igature of . ..


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


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Quality.


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CANDY.



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^-ITS ECONOMY !

Our R~FR IGERATORS are Guarat;.:.,i t..;, 1 I
:itid t:ike a lh'ow.r t,ii;,erAt;.re than any rather ,on tti. o ili.rk'.
STi'vy have ,an A)h-nlut' DRY I1'A: 'PROVISION C(I IAMI;- I :
Wa\rraited Ab-',lut-e!y ).A,-rl--.
29th, -----C- ___
5\OurIce Cream Freezers!-


WARRANTED TO FREEZE IN 3',. MINI T'E-

JyW Pric(s nro Higher than for I:f, rior iak,'. Con, :mr.
p'.ai:n then to you.

GRB. OERSON*
107 South Palafox.


JUST OPENED.


;1 Evc:'ythinc- New and Clean.-

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14 T Gc'i ERN MNEkT 4 SaT,,ET.


Len ten


A- N,TLTITNERY
-AT-
BOWERS & "U~'SE'S


Wednesday, March 28th,
Evryby nPds a tonic those and continuing all
lazy spring days to drive away that the week
tired feeling. Mountain Mint Tonic
does this. It invigorates and puri- U .r Hrats ~d ,Pries 8. a
files the blood. It cures the worst y' u -
You art- rordially Invited
cases of indigestion. It cures per- ;' toAttend.
manently all stomach troubles. It
makes the sick well; the weak-
strong; and it gives one who is all ----- -:'----'-t ----"
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 as the MISS R. N EWELL,
best tonic they ever used. It does
more than we claim for it. One dol- TT W.R 0 AM A TTADR


Delicacies,


watch rilli I pikcep efor Our

List of sweialties.......


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S THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, MARCH 26, 1900.


The Frenbc Workumaa.
The lF" i;--h workman is the creature
of tb- tre..; f.-r the sense of the jo
of life an t:, ,r.,ature of the home
:nd the v., .~h>p for the sense of the
bhard,'-L.. .:: V s in.: ties of the sorrow.
Ias.hi.: i.e1: 1i" .:e is in this way, two
ujlts;.i :,n < f I..; Th(e question of ques-
t1.ons i. "V.A il. l.e take his guidance
f,"ii tce r.-', zo.l agencies within
the law (i tvrfro the agencies of re-
vjlt?" Tih stkI-te atrd also, as we have
seon. the -icaurch offer him all sorts of
ribss and l nursess to consent to work
in tl.(.i: w:v. Th y recognize his trade
and self li.!p .sociotte. They try to
got l:i.n to the altar Ls a de-votee and
tQ the 'irj- as a voTer. Put he has
heard of I Utopa. ar.,l he longs to have
*:-*w, n.,:-re <: ucle for al.solute perfee-
:,a r.it .,t tice. though le may
l.rae to l.hy duovnL his life in the at-
t -i. t.
i ;' L'y t4 .!riorrn Fr.-nh history is
t .- f',*, :il L.rr-. -E ery political
i."'.::;";-at lta to Ise a compromise be-
tv,.ien t i.' a:-;rati.rns if the faulbourg
at. I t1:e wvo:l.l i< '.t Ma.:! The French
ucorki.,.:i ha.s i-tenii r-i in the belief
in reohil;':I.:1 a. a re'on)z.i &1d ag'enoyv
.f p,:', .. a::..l lby ins:irct and habit
lihe lioathies set-,nd best. The old order
(iTfers him tli. cliurc-bs. the thrift and
Lt- tofit sorei.-ti.s.. (c. .- -ration, insur-
arce. against nrc.::T. education, tech-
nical aud other-tLe' old political econ-
omy. In a word. and the paternal state.
The new whispers socialism, the com-
mune. anarchy sometimes and with
these tLe ba:i:-rcade.- 1:chard Whiteing
In Century.
MIassdertood ratriotlmm.
Professor Alfred It. Adams of New
York was a soldier In the civil war and
took part in the Red river campaign
under Major General Nathaniel T.
Banks.
"At one place." he said recently to
one of his cla.-ses. "we surprised a
southern garrisou and took mauy pris-
oners. They were guarding a moun-
tain of cotton [1ales which were In-
tended for shipment to Europe on ac-
count of the southern government.
general l Banks promptly confiscated
the cotTon and transferred it to his flo-
tilla. Each bale was stenciled *C. S.
A..' and over this the northern soldiers
with marking hrushis wrote In huge
, .:: meters S. A.' I was on guard
-a e(. time. an,! one if may prisoners. a
I 's(irt ,'li t <'y',sl young southern
,t ,.er. said. "*ank. v hjat's tLat writing
"I ioo)'ed irt;:-'!y at .:: as I replied:
*T.e L:Uite'! States kf America over the
'Coifederat states f A.merica. Can't
you rt-ad U. S. A. over C. S. A.''
"'le l'lked at te quizzically.
"Thank you.' be aild. 'Do you know.
I thought it was United States of
Ar'-rican iCotton Stealintg Association.'
"The i.'yt question he put to me 1
dit;n't answer." Saturdayy Evening
'o -t.


anth am d Faticge.
1'rcfcss.r K. Beerwaid says that
v it-Cn the bI:dy Is fntigued or the brain
Las bevu overtaxed by excessive men-
Sv. ork it is very wrong to take a
' a. and If we add tlis to the already
-5tid sitae of tlh bloy the result
t-mis rejuvenating for the moment,
I ut very (,on the tension becomes too
great, and the body cannot be forced
to do more work.
According to the professor, a warm
lath is the only kind to be applied
wben fattWu'. and the longer a tired body
rmna!uns in a lIath of. say. 70 degrees
t'Ve quieter lwcome the strained nerves
and the easier follows the sought for

In the morning. after a good ni'ht's
rest. a cold lath is very invigorating.
tbut at no time during the day. If the
nerves are strained, should It be re-
peated.

SA' IIUMPU[O [U
AI T AXI) LITERARY
AiL I t;. I /ZJXIV
wi I b-


The EasterF umber

of the


We Butler For Hinm.
There Is a w.-althiy utt very hard
headed clt!.-T u of lDetrolt who has no
hesitancy in teli:ng this story on him-
self:
"If there's anything on earth grinds
me it is to plunge into the social swim.
I'd far rather plunge into an fee cold
bnth. Oatn of tla'se here steel pen coats
makes min want to po out and hide in
the haLyloft. nnil a stan(la collar puts
Sme into a grouch for a week after I've
worn It.
"But you knrw how women are.
They'll stand right by you when living
is up hill work. skimp. hustle and save.
but oane they .et mune.y they want :1
show for it,. and the lb;:ger the show
the 1Ietter. Thi::ng sort.-r crime my wayv
in plu., and I cleaned ui .a no:it little
pile. I just grin:iiil at ca:Trriges.
horse. a con'.i;,in. a I >t of serv-ants a
snookin roun:;l th'e house, receptions.
thCater parties inl all that sort of
thin,.
) "' ;t w!-.-T t::- r".ii: in a -,'nuine

ti ofn v. i r :i'.:l.:t and t':' gir: l. It
I didn't do a ".:' "f > s!. T'1"y" ta!ke.,
;:ep cle n ''. : ;:-y fe-t. aindl the lntli'er
i came. I coulil h:v,- got away 1nas~uly
Switch tlhe pre,.-ihlnt of the I'Uitidi States,
thut that fellw'v. stif t" .ck d. hli ih hel:.l-
ed. lol.ung -i:;priorlike and never
smilin 'h-.ss it was to stab you, riled
me awful. 4nm' day wh!le sitting In the
librnry I !.eaid him tell one of the
tralds he w:i g~i to re s!ul. 'VlWhat
for? Flis a::. e,. Thie lan.t latly as
call l to-,k i,!e for the l-ari)ariar.'-
that's U;e.
"For years I dealt -with raftsmen and
lumbermen. I paid his bill for six
weeks in the hospital, and his wages
too. We keep no butler."--Detroit Free
Press.
Charlotte Bronte Not Flattered.
An interesting anecdote of Charlotte
Bronte is recalled by Mrs. Humphry
Ward !n her biographical Introduction
to "Vilette." In 1S51 the authoress,
haring refused repeated Invitations to
London. on the ground that havg '
done no work she deserved no treat,
finally consented to pay a short visit
to the family of her friend and pub-
lister. Mr. George Smith.
Thackeray was at this time at the
belght of hil popularity in London, and
Miss Bronte arrived In time to hIar
his second lecture on the English hu-
morists.
When It was over. Thackeray, who
had recognized the timid little woman
sitting by Mrs. Smith. came down
from the platfo'-m, and. sinking hands
with Miss -Bronto, asked her how she
'li.ed it. There are few persons who
would not have been Cattered by suelh
an attention, but Miss Bronte., on the
contrary, was almost offended by It,
and when she introduces a simlh:r in-
cident in "Vilette" she comments on
the restlessness and the lack of de-
-irable self control on the part of the
lecturer.
A. R. D l'lutien' eP(i-tor of the
J',,,in, II. Doylestown. OLhi), -!uff -red
f. r a number' of ypors ironic rheutnia-
ti.m in his r;iht shoulder an i -ide.
HeP ay-: *"-.y ri-hit armn at tiait s
wae entirely u-el- --. I !ri,;'d Cht(ni-
l";t;i'n' 1ti% n ]i.. IuA :,(d wa- -:r'-
pri-ed to r.eiiv- r, I',f iallmn-t in:mno-
diatlf-Iy. T,. P;,ii Iivm hlii be.en a
c',nql r:t ,iit l ;.t l,,| of nlin e r (-ver
i-incp and it iever fail-." For .alhe
hr H ,n:ah Bros.. 21 -:outh Palafux
street.


PRICKLY ASH BITTERS
CLEANSES THE UVER AND BOWELS
H amL nm m fnpTe0 m vpAm = tm m
we&$14*46 f ]L- .M- -i,'" f *e t.


All the faithful who have com-
pleted their twenty-first year and
who havo not begun their sixtieth
year, and who are not exempted frcm
the obligation of fasting by sickne-s,
hard work or other well known rea-
Ions, are obliged to fast on all the
days of Lent, except Sun(lays.
On those days but one full meal i-
Sallowed, which should not be taken
before noon.
Custom allows a cup of coffee, tea
or thin chocolate, and a small piee
of bread or a cracker, to be taken in
the inornin;: and in the evening, a
collati'n, not exceedirg the fourth
part of un ,ordinary meal, -l 1 aluwi-d.
At thi co)llation, butter, ch. -e.
milk, -g- and all kinds of fruit,
ti-h and vestables are allowed.
Wh.n the principal nineal canint
without grave ih,cotiv-nitieice l)e
take-n at mnon, it i. ie*rmnissible, to
ta;ke ht- e (')!laition in tte wr.orning
a::* thle dinner an the evening.
;\b-tint,.'ce ratin thi, usie of 1e-;h
ji ti'j .ifi-d on :-ll the \V.dn-t-da s-
a:i,! Fila (f fLent aiid on thle Sa:-
nri-y ,-f I: nier Week and on Holy
St un1r y. (
'1 he u e* of lard i- allowed in cork-


Furniture on Oredit G
Most beautiful line of side boards
ever shown in the city. Wardrobes,
with glass doors of every descrip- 1
tion, from the cheapest to the flntst.
Roll-tap secretary cae. elegantly
finished, a fine line of china clo-pts,
and everything contained in a first- OPEA A
claq- furniture store at 0. M. Piyor'i ON EUROPA' xLAiN.
Bargain Furniture Hou-e.


Iriasaied For 3Murder.
TiOT, Ala. March 24t-The prelimn.
nary trial of George and Harmon Hunr.
charged with the murder of their
nephew, Willie Dorrell, took place in
the courthouse here. The killing oo- I
ourred about: a land line and the proof
showed that George Horat shot young
Dorreil after the ,aster bad begged him
not to do so and while be was running
away. They were reminded to jail to
await the action of the grand jury in
Juiy.
Watorwrki h*ur k.ve-rgroen.
EVEP.GREEi. Ala.. March 24.-The
town council of thiw city has just closed
a contract for the construcLion of a com-
plete system of waterworks and eleo-
tric lizht. at a cost of $.,t3.O. The
town will issue hounds to tue amount of
2b'.0(K). bearing 6 3er ceut interest and
to run .0 yearn. Work :s to beamin by
April 1 and to he completed in four
mouths.
31.nro '. l i K rnlarr.rtd.
Mo.;:oE, Ga., Mar,'-" =4. -Tae enlarge-
ment of the Roroo cotton mill has
been completed and nil the new ma.
chinery installed. Ti'e addition con.
sisti of two wings 80xlU ')and 60x10J,
two stories each, bumat of brick and
stone. 1t increases te nuaimer of looms
to Wo') and ef operative to 430. The
product of the mill has been doubled.
P'robabl- Nt-w l..ilruio.l.
MO'LTO., Ala., March 24 -A rail-
road passing tsrou-h uer.e, which if
built will ran from Tupeio. Miss., to
Arsansas City, Ark., is being agitated
and that it will come in the near future
seems probable. The people tbrouth.
out thbs section of the state are willing
to sacrifice anything within the bounds
of reason toward obtaining this road.
1vw N-w Mills Chertered.
RALF.IGHI, March 24.-The state has
chartered the Oxford cotton mills at
Oxford, capital $125,000. It will spin
and weave. A charter is also granted
the Charlotte Waste company, capital
$60.000.
"'I think I would go crazy with
pain were it not for Chamberlain'6
Pain Balm," writes Mr. W. H. Sta-,
pleton, Herminie, Pa. "I havebeen
afflicted with rheumatism forseveral
years and have tried remedies with-
out number, but Pain Balm is the
bepst medicine I have got hold of."
One application relieves the pain.
For sale by Hannah Bros., 21 S. Pal-
afox street.

Rules for Lent.


THE RI


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Resta':ant Attached, Open Day and N '.


Crane's Ladies' Note Paper. and OYSTERS, FIS11 AND GO.AM OF ALL KINi'- ; -
Envelopes to match.
Cambridge Linen and Envelopes. Special Orders at Any Hour.
Hurd's Parchment.
Invitation Paper and Envelopes. RATI'S:-! 'on .. t:o .', p.r I av. LO
Linen Tablet.
Frosted Velum and Envelopes. 515 and 519 S. no PalarIo Siro-,t c'eu -.s .,,la. l'lri.la m O0 0 .d
English Note: ;Satin Wove: Ti.sue
Paper; Denri-on's Crepe. Etc.. with
a general assortment of tat onery.
C'. V. T .o,,-. "QO II jjF.y,:.
No. 30 South Palafox Street.
O111~' Foundy IaShinc Sho
Comfortable mattresses, V She
pillows, etc., to go with your ENRA1 HARF, COR. J k ANt PI :
new furniture. You can Telephone 348. - Pnsaccla.
buy the whnle outfit from ATTERN-. C.ATIN(;. I.UJM'- : Tr -'S. :-vxA
Alarston 4 Finch. C 'r w: se.:. w.d,. ar iro i:0 i! ---. Imt,:.> --. it -


I t :) Irdo-r in F irst-t-


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H IH Dealer in ,Rlao ine-'y, Fimtin s and Sa1';1- ': r
1 lr II D Stationary and Marin,, Applicat:.*:.



K.^UM VIDAL & SMITH,


0SHUL


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


A Special Sacrifice!

350 Pairs Ladies* Vici Kid Spring
Heel Button and Lace Shot-
for only


$1.25.


RF.GULAR PRICE $2.,1).


Genflemen,

4,-' Don't Miss It!


'Ii


Sole Agents for Celebrated YELLOW LABEL ani
r--other High-Grade Whiskies.-(*

PROPRIETORS OF THE OFFICE SALOON.
I


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First MiO Bai-
JLXi J ^-'.TI V Ji'JL JJU Al.


A SHORT TIME;
THE ONLY TIME,


in.. AND CASH TIME.
l.i-li ,it.d tlesh are not allowed at
th sainsit meal, even on Sunday-. M-nii's Centline Calf Tan Lace Hand
E'-ts- che-e-, milk and butter mn;y
be ut-d every day. but abstinence hewed Welt for only
from all of these ia recommended onL
G,-od F;'iday..A


....- lPerons exempted from the obli-
Medical caie;y. Artent on. zationi of fastitg are not bound b.-y
Thee will be a rzular reetin fth re-trictien of using meat but
The P-nwillbcra Medirular oietn f, once a day on the days in which the
the Poard fccla Medial ocety at ue of meat is permitted by dispen-
the B'ard of Health oftce at 2 station
o'elok p. m.Tuetia. March 2. Children over seven years of a REGLAR PRICE $3.50
Vi-itin physicians ar cor-iall are bound by the law of abstinence,
invited ta attend. u'ulem excu-ed by sickness or other
D. W. MCMILLAN. M. D.. lIS..
E. F. BRCE,M. D.. President e paschal time, in which all Don't Lose Time and go About
E('aol,.s, who have come to )the D
Secretary. 25mt yr-ar- f discretion are bound to re- Pricing. We Still Lead as the Low-
c-ive holy communion worthily. ex- est Price Shoe House in the City.
Smoke DURHAM Ci- ,t ndt tromn the first Sunday of Lent
gars at D'Alemberte's. till Trinity Sunday, inclusive. Chil- Yours for Shoes and
dren over seven years of age are
bound by the precept of annual con-
SBARGAINS tW!fe.:ion. Patst-r.- amid parents should T R i N
BARGAIMN see that the children comply with T R V N KS


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NW$100011111T.
I~KT I~~%'~%~ *S$000 a -,,! R er.- a" :1:1m

Y O R K A T.-.lii pm i-wrty a N.w 4 il.%

urmwt rli'' %,'%st.-r f-ont '- In-, kisy', ;: m-.
H E RL DI fi La, u fid iv*.- '.t IL.) b--U. --
Vhi~f, di be ~ m-Tr ~ $5000d,- a' .. i:.!-::,l
Pdi~h .'lf bdP B, L S, t-, ':d-- a'i asn i
'unday.r.$60)1"V 0 'A' tu-I Ir-- ('I
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fit t 11V L,1"ht4C P~t-k:ti. a:ta-I'. I.- .-~l n"
year.t
%'oi-li k~iOU n a':Arcym- :i 4 -'-.nu- -$10 ,)Q )',;- 000t~ -:.at
'0rdct1Ve %Ltjk'oft .. . -iI 1:
A 1-oot o tirwn-aa Artie'-- p_--rmn.--.t ic, 1,
gS*M-fl will be fotsifi 1 In A,. ~ :!A.,-
of UtLol'ptelMCJ'.jlp.J.b tliln& C.


this duty.
The holy season of Lent is a time
of prayer, of sorrow for sin, of oeclu-
-ion from the world and it- amuse-
niont1. and of generous almngiving
D; a ?p--cial intdult granted to the
bi-hot's of the U'nited States for *"n
vears dating from Mcarrh js), I,''
w'lt kivt: people, who ca-nnot ea-ily
o.serve the common law of the
,hurcli. utr (dispeii-'-ed fr,)m the hb-
li-stii'n -f ahttirirtnce oin d:aiys of
th. vi-ar xc-pt lFridav-. A-h
\V,-d rin--dAy. Ioly Week atitd Chri-t-
itas Eve. 'IThii di-pern-ation dops
to!t ~-x--nipt fr:-on th,. additional aci -
hi:.itioii of fa-ting. where such ex-
i-.-. nor do,)f it authorized the u-e of
A-i a. !l- hi at th.- 111- m. -al. It
.m 'lad -. !,oweve-r, not only thile iidi-
v:,It li w-irkinen in whost- favor it i-
. ..*'-, i1. ui-t; :ll thi- n- i -nlb,-r- of their
; 'uil:, t-> well. I'l return it is ex-\
*-'*+' t' ', w hio avail th:-:;i-
-* *: :1 :i(!i;r w ill -IK; atv,.r t.,
-... ,"f !," :-: '.i,; v,- it-irry ;tn.ts of iiir-
::",-t i-,ew orthly cI;: tO | is t)a;' ,"-
,l-. ili it.: duria., L.lit f o ti! -?' u ;i-
*,; i !:.inor t the -S cr ( thir- .
* I' ;* i -;=av:r.
'1' who untertaih m ti y r ;.-':: ,-
W ', *, *' :.l.,, t t t, ir dobl; iA; ti.- "i
fe-t :* -t'- i.:. ou'-;it to a,,,; y t
i;, ,: i-: i -': <',,ife-- ,r fto A, vise-
ElD\VARKI P. AjI.-.N.
lHi-.hon of Mo !hi'e.
bM. hl. Ala F.-b:uary l;, l*',,1 .


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1VW-WJ draw our own Biflsof xenneit-.r.-a:I-,

vrty. riv',Iou. Denisark and othor Europeimi ctunnrie.
CWVepi-.el-4 D's;bared upon the M13Ss FaVo'-Cjhle T -I,.-
Obligations Tak on Payable at Port of Deetesln &ILTLD- ';S
sfttr Vessel1 Arrivet there.

AW'Safety Deposit Boxes for. Rent tn, Connen"tOn
with whinh we have a Private APartm onut for +i ~
tof IR~j~~


Cold Weather
Coming. .
oRde'rm n'1 hit ., ; v .:- ,. '
cold mnap arrives. W,4 ;.' -*
het cnal you can Jrocur fr o-:t
or he-ating purpoet-q at ra f-,,.'


/. GUGENHEIM.


GRAND EASIER BAIL!
To hwi (;iven Ry
H:.PE LODGE. No. 2571, K. cf H..
,,'.1 t ;!'ow- Hiail. W arr.at n.;.:.,
Monday, April 16, 1900.

Ticket { ', ct. I',di, FrON BEER!
fa~l-;p,.'"t.'i :I ,;; D i:n'.i-i'.'.


BEER.


E-idorso ii: t)--ll MPI .6-mcat- s ..4-i
on ly Be(r a b-i' Into,! v r-- fi. Iadl-
t&r ii wn-


DURHAM Cigars have """ ..-.
Geo. Pfeiffer, Agent,
been tried and fire test-- feffer'
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA MONDAY, MARCH 28, 1900.


IM P ens. ad the Koester.
A Used roster story come from a
Somerset county correspondent. A cer-
tat clergyman. whom we will call
Rev. Mr. Little. gave one of his pariah-
loner a rooster, as a slight token of
esteem. In the family was a bright
4-year-old boy. and be always called.
the rooster "Brother Little." One morn-
lag the little fellow saw the rooster
coming toward the house, and hb,
shouted. "Grandia, here comes Broth-
r Little."
Grandma never stopped to look out
or make any inquiries. but started
quickly to pick up anti set things to
rights about the rtom. This dine,. htl
asked the boy, "VWli :e is lrzutler L.t-
tie', "
"Just gone i no te a' ." r, I,.C
the boy.
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A~tiK:VXZ) AT 40,1ARANTINE.
-Nanrbk t 3VT PW.1'.ersen. Pernam-
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F'o-rooafllbu4'o cwt -maoL. nw, dv & Co
Ha.. tak i *.tio'. 7:9 .J. La: ,,rnValencia to
Peon-scula LULuutr t .;

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THE HOME DOCTOR.
Do not neglect a cold. You cannot be
told this too often. Colds are eaally cured
If treated at once, but neglected they
may mean pneumonia or consumption.
Try this simple remedy for asthma:
Extract the juice of eight lemons and
mix it carefully with one ounce of honey
and one ounce of cod liver oiL Take a
tablesipoonful of the mixture when the
cough comes on.
A bruise should be immediately bathed
with very bht water to prevent swelling
fn'tl l<.!-en diseoloratiun. If the bruise
hl s'oii,,ous, a cl,,th wr-;u: g f .4rn \'.armn oil
sh., ,i l i ;pp p:.l. ch:'anginiz whn o 'l.
Af: r l.-itli:nz a !':;:: v'-ith very hot
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anUd :-,: s for 1 -e o'a.i; nll. of
shbaklun tbh tre,' -Sui.,.cs

hy He W'as Arrested.
"Tlhere is such a ti..::g a s bL:ug a:o-
(*'-Thl t "Vo'o think su
"I know it. I 'a v.- l.k:n alniong ti
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"'hy. I'll t;a.' !. ; ;it \ :;h you."
"All riisght. I'm :a it part cular whLer
I elr p."-.'bihoago T"r..n,,.

T- be spirit of lTesenreh.
"Ma. oh. mn:""
"What Is It. (;ornie':"
"If you lhad married somebody oiso
'4 rdr s. woulId I l.a' had rnl hair or
black hairr'"-Iidian:tipolias Journal.

Dr. Bull's CouQh Svrup invariably cu s
promptly all eatarrhal affectionQ. IThi-
wonderful m*-d('cin* wrorfit'i to-itay. Anld
haa perfornx-ool iln th.- pat hulf <-rttnrv. the
apledotmt cures of colds in the throat. chest
tan Lung%.

OUTLINED THE CAMPAIGN.
DeO eratle Le4ders Held a lImpor.
teac Ceforteree.
Wamewroi. March St.-The Demo.
.aice -cuml a plans we diasussed
as a special meeting of the Democratic
e a at l eoomite at theHotel Be.
ge last ight. Reprasatative Rich-
ardem presided sad former Represents.
iv James Kerr of Pennsylvatia was
ecstsary. Mr. Kerr maid of the meet-
"The Puerto Rican tariff question
wa freely discussed. Tne main object
oe the* meting wai to formulate pLaai
sad mihots of organisation that will
be efeotive in the doubtful districts
throughout the country. Plans were
fermalated for smmediatelv openiao%
eaipaign headquarters in Washington
and the sending out of literature."
rielrl t'-v-r at )rceatur.
DaCATrit. Ga.. arch ?L.-The se*.
sioc of the Agnes Scott institute. the
weld known school for young ladies, at
Decatur. has been suddenly interrupted
by toe appearance of scarlet fever
among the pupils. and thb regular
ocnnol year. waich lacked over eight
weeks of comuletunn, was brought to a
cae lasi Wednesday.

For Ower -'ittry ears.
"Res. Wiwttow's TooTralra t Rrr' ha.
tbeten ased for over fift" y-ars by m:l;;:ons of
mother for thbtir children w-hite t-thi;nc
Wrab oirft>ct 'OcL"4. It soothes thi- cunll
*fter* t'e gumsa. allay al i40t?. tcur-q Wu-a
colic, aad tI Ine be,-;. reme.1 for Ia.arrb,'a
It w','1 realiiv the pl'T m-<.. at-t%'. t= nart n 1 ). f lr,,.i',. Tw-nty-Iv. c-no* a *'-i.
tL,. P' sarle taal a k for r.. 4 in-i,~<'"
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will tend I mat. intain its reputation.

ment to prevent It. ut.fy at leasthea. Nov i


inoming of American watmerin competition.
Prican g oods of ever de i develop ima
proewing popular in t Swistzerl wand.h t
Aswill t n ,i matan it eputto.
TPe SWis O. marcg a24-The d etailed
wage to prevent, or al miners ofa the
Pnimittsburg distof Americt has finally beenAmr
agreed to anoods of every deto beocription e effective
Apgrowilg pop1toublarsis in Swte main being ad.



horizonatal advance of 2?10.21 over the
present rate. The settlement affects
20.000 men, and is the most advantage.
ous settlement ever secured by the
United Mine Workers in this district.


Wae lave ga'-ed many dnetaor billo-
W.,ei began using Chatborlain*t'-
"4i otih Reimedy in ci 4r home. W,
n bottle op#nt all the tii'aa atd
wh'-nPv..r an 'F O yf 1 iiaity or nmy.
-.-if ii.'aitl ito) c''ttll co'dAlwe brozinto
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suit we inevt. r tvet,- sta'od 4awayIVfor

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I have ju'.t row-e'ived a fint >
lil kii~d;44 olcii idi-'. ani td s lit
vo'ry roaa itinhble price-a..
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price .......... ............... l.


36-inch Spring Percales. our
price .......................... !'e
33-inch Very sheer White Lwn.
our price...................... '.c
27-inch ('heck Nainsookk. our
price ..........................- 5 :
:;i,-inch White and Co!ored
Pique, our prie......... ....... l c
:'i inch White Corded Pique.,our
price ... ....................... 15c
:k)-irach Solid and White Duck.
our price...........-.......... 1I'
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