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NEWS.


VOL. 30.


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 27. 1900.


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


COLONEL PLUMER


IS IN SORE STRAITS


Is Force Is Isolated and on

Half Rations.

RECRUITS FOR BOER ARMY

L,: e Numbers of French. Dutch and
Fli-cian Volunteers A- Joining
tnoe Transveaal Foroes-Inactivity of
'hae British ExplaineZ.
H .,IIsM. Marra 2'; -The con-
na existing in the occupied tern-
r render imperative tne somewhat
*. nged halt at Bo-m'fontein. It is
story that the effect of the procla-
.s:.,ia bold have ti.ne to make itself
r It as declared that damage or an-
A vr.,' to ti3e ine of communication
:.ay be apprehended until me territory
AnIao the advancing forces is rendered
.t1 1 ;.o tely secure. The accuracy of this
v.ew is proved by the fact of the one-
myvs breaking up into isolated groups.
6*u as that which attacked theGuards'
oioers Friday. Toe aijastmiet of
ftnacial and municipal matters in the
Free State Ws now chiefly oocupying the
attention of the governor and his legal
and namecial advisers The military
regime to being cond noted with great
smoothnosa, but recent InvseUgaitons
ntiw sha easnton mass b6 elxrcieed in
ioaling with persoes apparently loyal.
The summary as probably an accurate
es rinaasaton u the Ireqaest appearanoo
sbd dasappearance of Hoero and taner-
-.u me apes which the report are mso
alictaute aid wbh.c so puaale the
briiea military craisms. General Me
t oee appears to be a waiting transporta-
0 and wa'ri Comuet Plioner's fortes
jo nstf rations th*re now *sems little
-iihool of the inm. daMe relief of
'atw'kia.. vthogn neither front shis
r-"; nor from Iad RK iSerts ir Geu-
. i'. ler sl there air ar-c' news.
\ *rein. -Maitqoz s ->(ial .ara the
Mrv a. autaor:.'is-q are eovileutiv
:nt ,v ;y a.i I lArge numbers
I. 'Ut-n M;i.l ItI glau V,.t r;
:-. : < .aetr an iir pio. a tthru g i
S ). .u.J 1: I r ore: ,.

.LS ARE IN NO DA'NG:R.
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ar A ,i s: n:-'. o i
a re. 'lye of Prresieti:
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... .v n rialii to awv anything
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NEWS.


VOL. 30.


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 27. 1900.


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


COLONEL PLUMER


IS IN SORE STRAITS


Is Force Is Isolated and on

Half Rations.

RECRUITS FOR BOER ARMY

L,: e Numbers of French. Dutch and
Fli-cian Volunteers A- Joining
tnoe Transveaal Foroes-Inactivity of
'hae British ExplaineZ.
H .,IIsM. Marra 2'; -The con-
na existing in the occupied tern-
r render imperative tne somewhat
*. nged halt at Bo-m'fontein. It is
story that the effect of the procla-
.s:.,ia bold have ti.ne to make itself
r It as declared that damage or an-
A vr.,' to ti3e ine of communication
:.ay be apprehended until me territory
AnIao the advancing forces is rendered
.t1 1 ;.o tely secure. The accuracy of this
v.ew is proved by the fact of the one-
myvs breaking up into isolated groups.
6*u as that which attacked theGuards'
oioers Friday. Toe aijastmiet of
ftnacial and municipal matters in the
Free State Ws now chiefly oocupying the
attention of the governor and his legal
and namecial advisers The military
regime to being cond noted with great
smoothnosa, but recent InvseUgaitons
ntiw sha easnton mass b6 elxrcieed in
ioaling with persoes apparently loyal.
The summary as probably an accurate
es rinaasaton u the Ireqaest appearanoo
sbd dasappearance of Hoero and taner-
-.u me apes which the report are mso
alictaute aid wbh.c so puaale the
briiea military craisms. General Me
t oee appears to be a waiting transporta-
0 and wa'ri Comuet Plioner's fortes
jo nstf rations th*re now *sems little
-iihool of the inm. daMe relief of
'atw'kia.. vthogn neither front shis
r-"; nor from Iad RK iSerts ir Geu-
. i'. ler sl there air ar-c' news.
\ *rein. -Maitqoz s ->(ial .ara the
Mrv a. autaor:.'is-q are eovileutiv
:nt ,v ;y a.i I lArge numbers
I. 'Ut-n M;i.l ItI glau V,.t r;
:-. : < .aetr an iir pio. a tthru g i
S ). .u.J 1: I r ore: ,.

.LS ARE IN NO DA'NG:R.
i. v.-" ,,n .*, .., o .* t I).-s, ruy-
,,: oh..o ar,. p -r ,).
. ar A ,i s: n:-'. o i
a re. 'lye of Prresieti:
r ai. I tfl -.':I f a weBi x r)wA
.. ir.j lie ircl thn re wi
S . I n ,-r of vii } .
." ." n' .A'tr: tn tiiU

S 1 : V .*r C-' l l,.- I
u. r- a.r:..v o-lruying
: r ,
,M n n '.l>;e's e*ato
.. u : ti V utigt'Ju lie
.* :. v uaau'h.h z.d lie
... .v n rialii to awv anything
kund and wua i has said has
a ,.e, LarulU: luipress:on."


IlI I-E ItI % V54KAM)'.4


*t nshmlogt .1 h e ntioulh .African
War (Campin
M.arch :7 no w. i
** m!, u t Ii
*r tily tl V II ii-s Cac inuiencinli
*.-ptionally heavy storms
"ltti h *.- :amp- into swamps.
S- ,.-l,,,rt- iat I)darhan are being
I ,ta- h-6-,1it l -hip-, *wing to
r' .-d iU llhmb-r of wounded
aun'I with the view of clear-
n-ld iho,-p itals preparatory
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Ital I'.Pmeai as Peae Maker.
-- 11 M.airch 27 -The foreign of-
Si -A5tbl-d t tho te Italian con-
i'.'- thatit Italy would con-
.* l.*,r land Mteyn would
-: "-irr da-inand-. T"hiis nie
S.- *it ,ift-er a uutriber ot l.Ing
Sa:- with I':d 'Currie. t!:e


I i_,; ,r; a in ('in
,:na i. M arcla 27. -Ari nti-
- la li foul.llt betweetl
'P atd -Btoi-r~." and
*.'-nit w -a notIat d,-ci-ive
S.,,n bo* h ide- were
i ti .aitg. ,' e:tt t',,k place
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A NEGRO 1) I.V~LHEIJ.
Mdi L-d ly the Yo.ung I ady He Had
.ie..aul~r.-.
l~ii.'.R.Md.,. Mtireh2.- i-
*\'* -McIlvaiiii. With Ukel-
t:,i ~I'l 'vinx Ob tia l brc&&,z- ad iia pi-tol
in h#-r rijiht L an~d. la-t night It da




it-im hi, c.-U. eairrir-d hita down t.)e
...rr!t-; to a lbi-- trt-e, where- Harris
c-sznt#---d all I t 'i.-v* mi !f(I d hzilli.
ift. rw~j d rild Ii :i hi- 1) d ,v within
huillf-t-. D lfu!t- gthe attatck- illth..

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U! Of chiiea. 'PFev tare
mr-ti::ate-d ItY The. a-nmrt-r.a d )wj.z-r.
wi1, 4) isba le kej by Russ a.


TICIDE)11 UNION*A.


They Ipp(wee hlie Governmentt lPoicy)
in Sseiths Afriea
Lo.itoN, March 27.-Over eighty
representatives( of trades unions ore ,
attending the congres- of the Na-
tional Liberal Federation at No'-
tinghamu and have %igied a mani-
f .i-to airtinat the government policy
in South Africa. The congress now
in se-,,ion is tne largest held in many
',.a r ~

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H<,. Kn,,v. Mircli 27.-(Ge'eral
S()ti' is ni t'i- v .e af ;I collapse arid
hi-i-ur t,,ir J-i -ty ihe Inutt return to
t;he* iiicti St;ites .oon or break
'i.-wn. Ii'- own friends admit it
A:: f ; i:- otuilt t I ti! ,:; ilatiey.

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SCOTT TAKES H1 OWN LIFE.
tl.-r Merlrd*ro.- A..su t I .>au Ills
Vif.- I -- Kaill H ,..-'t.
Ow is.a, Mi ch March 2i6.-Charles
Scott. a bo:lermaker, employed in the
Ann Arbor railroad carsh) ps, broke
into the home of hi4. wife, from whom
he hal been separated, last night, and
furiously assault.i Mrs. Scott and her
mother with a heavy chisel. He then
drew a revolver anti killed himself.
Mrs. Scott as fatally and her mother,
Mrs. Letaisa Ferguson, seriously in-
jured. He raised blows with the chisel
on his wife's head and face, gashing
her terribly. Mrs. Feruuson rushed
lt.) the room and grappled with Scott.
who struck her wt.h the caisel. lint she
suoceded in wresting it from him.
Scott fire bhie revolver at her as she
fled and tsen killed himself.


A CharTtr App.ted For.
DAHI.ONK&IA. Ga.. March 2G.-Appli-
cation for a char:er for the Standard
Gold Mining ormpany has just been
filed in the Lumpkim superior court.
This neweest and iaratest of she several
large gold minin companies whose pe.
tons for incorporation are now pending
or have just been granted has recently
been orcsamized here with a capital
stock of $5.UO.0U00 by the menuitbre and
directors of the l)ahionega Consoa:dated
oild Mining comma:iy.

Will 1- .Iav'- t, Ih l ';vy.
WASHINGTON. Mar -h 2t;.-Presidint
M,.--nievy s eto ectl to approve the
rco:i:ie:-,ndatiion of Seoerwary Root that
tne reoervation at Drr 'for;ugms be
turardi ov*r to me naval s-rvi.-e. This
Sr-:tot will tin-an th thit u n-v w:li he
provided a %.i ca *. s'-:. .,*- ba.*Is as a
co.l n.I .] ai.,-0 catrd to- II- .imanne noTpital
-.-ervi wlt tb- :e a'r-* to ..-- v" toPome
A ij :nC k--v :st I to-re es.a'. Ish its
quaiaitiue s atolin.
W 'll 0 .tk- ..ut---..>n.
Rfa.rt in Mar ' --To-' .Tones the
nezro wnI murdered E!l Jones and
five chi dren. and who i, in ,ail here,
savs he wil te l the wlhil> story in
c, urt. 1einn unier th- tmimression that
a -a esoo wili .Savl it, i;:e.


Attend Faik's
to-morrow. Thu
Friday.


opsndng


We have moved to II S. Palatox street.
We ar" permanent f-'tu-P here. All we
want is a small part cf your patronaqe.
Call and looks: our instruments. THEY
ARE BEAUTIES -
Jas SFrflcFi Pi f& Or'alCt.
61 S. Palafo. Str-et.


SUBSTITUTE FOR


PUERTO RICAN BILL
4
Measure Providing For Free

Trade Is Introduced.

REVENUE LAW IS APPLIED

Under Provisions of the Bill Island
Is Made a Revenue District-Meas-
ure Is Provisional and Only Con.
tinues Until March. 1902.
WASHINGTON. March 20 -Senator Da.
vis of Minnesota has introduced a substi-
tute for the Puerto Rican bill, which
provides lor free trade between the
United States and Puerto Rico and ex
tends the internal revenues laws with
amendments over the si.nud. The sub-


btitute is provisional, and "shall not
continue longer than March 1, 1903."
The bil is as follows.
Section 1. That Puerto Rico is hereby
made.an internal revenue di-itilt; that
the laws of the United states providing
for internal revenue ux nation and col-
leotions, not locally inappitcabile. are
hereby extended to, and suah remain in
force lan Puerto Rico. ,-x-ep(iug as here-
in otherwise provided tor the term
stated a this ac. Tne president by.
and wita the advice and c insent of tue
senae, shal appointot a colleo:or of in-
ternal revenue for said district who
shall receive an annual salary o- $1 000,
and whose oMf-e hal: be a' San Juan.
eet:;o S That. excepting as herein
otherwise provided, 15 per cent of all thi
internal reveaue taxes imposed by the
laws of the United Stcaes shall be
ooUietod in said dastijs. No slamp
taxes imposed by atil laws upon writ-
ten or printed docutuents shall be col-
lected iu said di-iti-t. The socrutary
of tshe treasury is hereby asshorized and
directed to make all neeidfuiregulatioua
to carry this acts into effect; and to pri-
scribe the compensation of all officers
and agents nec eary for that purpoMe.
Seoion 3. ihe amount or all tsxes so
co.leoted, less the uecessnry expeoaesof
collection, are hereby appropriated and
placed at the disposal of the president
to be exF.aded n.iar his directtoarfor.
the government o. Paerto kico. nowex-
is itg and hereafter to ie established.
and for i.ub.ac edcctrion, publin- works;
and orbhpr ,ivernment.i and pubiic par-
po-es therein.
poc,,a applies the revenue law to
tn:)acco aud i.;qnOs.
-etion 5 Tist the president. when-
ever le -t:-t:l b- sa:itied that a local elf
govt-'i:iint hits been established in
Pa :i i I{i o atloeiatte to rai.e iTand ccl-
l-'t .ax.s by i. own l;b.-iazoU. shall
nLtV- t o pow!r, ;r, rn ii t1 1i 0 It i une. by
Tro cIntur:I of tsxatixan, ur to wholly abo:-
!sn it. ainit.
.',eelou ii 'That no (d.nieq i'i imports
1)- exti rts iiail. aninor the prasug of
rT':. a -r. 0 i. lv:od or r(;lie ted 1on a' r
a.;iti.:es n r -4 l d ro n the Ul"z:lti l
-ratiis ,nto l-urtou R:c or :roini I'arto
Rico iuto the United States.
S.actiun 7. 'fhi act sharl bu ra': n anrl
hell to lie rovisional in its ;iurp ,4is
andl i intend ti to muee: a present pr *s-
1n1 nedcl o4r rev-tnue !or the island of
Puerto litco a'dl sh-l n:iIt continue in
foice after Marcu 1, 902.


WITNESS GOLDEN IS ILL.
Was\ Un'able to App-er Ie C'ourt FSur
('roes I"x aniinalola.
FRANKFOUIT, March 2.5.-Judge Moore
called bis court to order promptly at 10
o'clock to resume the trial of Republi-
can Secretary of State Caleb Powers.
charged with being arn acc-s,ory to the
murder of Governor Goebel Wharton
Golden one of the prosecutions star wit-
nesses, who finished his d ree test.
mnoy Saturday, but was taken s:ck and
was unable to be cross examined, was
the first witness called this morning.
but was not in the courtroom and a
deputy sheriff was sent to the hotel
after him. While the sheriff went after
the witness Powers shook hands and
talked to his friends.
County Attorney Pologrove as 11
o'clock announced that Go:den was ill.
but the doctor thought he would be
able to appear ast 1 o'clock and asked
the judge to adjourn court until that
hour, which was done.

ACCIDENTS IN COAL MINES.
Annual Report of the Chtef of th"
Bureau of M.ming.
IIARRI!zBrRo, March 26.-The annual
report of James Roderick, chief of the
state bureau of mines and mining con-
tains a chapter dealing with mine acci-
dents an, tet.r cause. In the 30 years
fr.,m iT7) to ,'vJ the rpp)rt sta'es9.5a53
lives wer ...T :ni aiud atourn tne anthra-
cire oa ri enoe of Perinsrlvania.
i !IP r.i r r; Msow tlAt in the first de-
ca3i- i ', .i .'.,i :r .ivery x' e 'rsons
eill 'Ve'l A.t r u'a *I p,' .-i.. is
I .' i '.' r evrV ..t-) i person: n.-
i)..,).e 0 lJ T 1 ". i '' t -4 *'.r :A vef ;
whi:e in the niri d-ca ie '**'. 9.') for
every l.,t!) p r-as -,mp.oyvP. A,.-4) ios.i
their ;'.'V T.e total nainb-- of liven.
I. at in'ui.tn i.J 9 was :51. :-S) 9
,I19. .au 1%., 9 tie ioss of infe was
4.3u5.
TO C('Ui .t (OIt,I) IN t'NE; ID)
rak I.t.xvtivi Hromno Qirmn" Tabhl-t. All
I rt:k'c:-- r-tfund th *1 no' *-v f :i fa;N *i-
,'iro. .- a rov s itnatur t- :- en -acb
'> ,t. :c:c.
We are permanently fixtures her. not-
withstanding all reports to tbhe contrary,
and we are now at II S. Palafox street.
JIss FrCnch Piano & O&rai Cr
11 S. Palatox Stree:.


REAR ADMIRAL J. F. DAY.
President Will Appruve HIs Applica.
tion For Ketlremnet.
Naw YORK, March 26 President
McKinley will approve the application


for retirement made by R-ar Admiral
J. F. Day, president of the retiring
board. 4;-.=
Hear Admn:ral H. C. McCormick wa"
retired Samurilay. T'he two vacancies
thus created have further limited the
number open to officers desirous of vol.
untarily reur:ng in accordance with the
provisions o: tue naval personnel law.
Only two otheiers of the grade of cap
tain and officer of the grade of corn-
mander staud any chance of having
theirappiacacions granted.
Capiaius who may be retired, should
no further vacancies above the grade of
commander occur, are Ciiriano An-
dr.ade and W. H I Harris. Captains J.
G. Green and R E linpey are appli-
cants, but their appi.ctaons cannot b
aoproved because of the retirement of
Rear Admirals McCormick and Day.
Under toe law there must be :O va.
eancies existing above thegrads of lieu-
tenant commander on June W.0 next.
Nineteen vacancies now ex st, and the
only officer of the grla le of conimander
who can retire is William I. M ore on
duty at the naval station at Port Royal.

NEW YORK MAIL WRECKED.


Express Mlessenger and Haggcatn*maes
ter Reported Killed Near Opelka.
ATLANTA. March 26 -The fast mail
on the Atlanta and West Point railway
which left Atlanta for Montgomery and
New Crl -ans at 5 o'clock this morning
was wreck-d between West Point and
Opelike. Express Messenger O0lna was
killed and Baggatemaster W. R. Blunt
badly injurot. The baggage car. mail
como and two day coaches were thrown
from ase track, but she Washington
sleeper was not derailed
La or dis a'chbes report the death of
Baacgagemase r Blunt and the injury of
a number of ,eopie. but President Smith
of ste West Point rarmd ays that he is
advised up to this time of but me death
and one injury.
The train is the through fast mail
from New York to New Oreans and
leat Washington over the Soutaern at
* 11 o'clock Sunday morning. The train
left Ailauta JO minutes late.

KIRKMAN COURTMARTIALED
S!- (Chharsed Wilh lesmisag Areb-
iiishop C happ-glle.
NEW YORK, March 23 -In a letter
written b an army officer ia Manila to
his parruts in Brooklyn, he says that
Major Kirkmian. Unite' States volun-
teers, captain of regulars, has been
courtmartialed for an alleged insult to
Archbiwanop Chappelle. papal delegate
to the Puilipp:nes. during a voyage
Irom S.,r Francisco to Manila.
Major Klarkman u ng hit blanket to
be aired so tuat is covered the window
of the archbishop's stateroom. The
archbisilop !ent has clerical assistant to
tue nia:or to complain that he was n.-
ab..3 to air his stateroom. Major Kirk-
man replied that be did not care whether
the soaturoou was aired or not.

(':itchi *he opportunity." Hy tak-
ingI Hood'- Sar-laparilla now you
nay build up your health and pre-
vent seriou4t illness.


TAKEN FROM BAWDY HOUSE.
1 wI Youug Girls Itescued From a
I1 fe of Sbam*,.
ATLANTA. March 2f. Patrolman
Goodson found two young white girls
in a negro house Saturday night at No.
12 Raspberry street, and he took charge
of ihi girls and arrested the woman.
Virginia Mc fay, on the charge of run-
ning a disorderly bouse.
The police expect to show that many
voutn wnite girls have been inveigled
into her house.
Tue two gins found at tbe MoTay
woman's house were Bessie Clay and
Kitite Tumlin Toe latter, who is 1 .
resides in a nearby country town. The
former te not more than l years of age.

VICTORY FOR THE STRIKERS.
Many Firnmi Have ta ntd he New
Azgree-s-m* Waits Machlistrs.
CniCAGO, March L6 -The Machinists'
union claim* o have made such progress
in the settiement of lts difficulties with
individual firms as to have practically
broken the backbone of tue machinists'
strike in Cn.cago.
The new form of agreement adopted
by the machinists, whicu does away
with nearly alli of the objectionable feat-
ures, has been signed by 2*' firms and it
is expected that 700 of she 6.000 striking
machinists in Chicago will be back at
wurs under tue uew agreements.

lE*v.John Reid. Jr.. of (Grat Fall-.
Mnt., r-ecommended .Elvy'- ('rpani
I'iltn to ine. I can emtn i-iz- hisr
-t: 'e n-tit.* "-It I"- a poitiv- ctrep fr
.t:iirlr if u,-ilt a- ldirected."-Ittv.
-ratlieit \V. P,,le, Ptlaistcr (Cetr.AI
I're-- (h;irch. If l-lna. Month
A after uS:.'jf Ely'- .'r-ain Halin -ix
w,-ks I i blicve myself cnred .iirrh. J.c.-th ,-te'wart, (ratad Ave .
lBttlo,. N. Y.
The- i al;nn does not irri*ate ,*r cn-'
-t;.--ezi:in Soild by dru.t 'i-t- at, 7
'-. ,r maile-d by Ely hr.:!.-i-.
\t.,rrn St Ne-w Yiork.

G.ld M3edal- to HARPERI:% whi- k
at Nw Or;I1an& \V' W r!ds F'ir (F ;-
c':it,, Try it. yy ii will e-r.dir-c- ;..-
JuJgz-'- verdict.
SOLD BY
DANNHEISSER BROS.
Pensacola, Fla.


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CRITICISMS OF THE


NEBRASKA PLATFORM

Democratic Leaders Aro Dis-

pleasd at Complaints.

VIEWS OF SENATOR JONES

National Chairman E prs3sns Ilnm-
self as to the Anti-Trast P.atk He
Also Explains the Siopo of a Na-
tional PI itform.
W asml(is >, ',Id arch 20 --Democratic
!eaJers are disp:-eaed with the criti-
cisu-4 of tni anti-trust p auk in the
Dinmo-ra.ti: platform adopted recently
a: L'nc *la. Neb. Trey say that the
compi.untA.t ;;I t it it iindsfinite arc as-
sutu-d. S-,tator oness of Arkansas,
,hairiman of the national committee, in


speakmu;; of the assertion that the pink
prolipoie no remedy tor t3e so called
trust evil. saiti:
"i'aec couiplaint is nonsense The
people who make at sem to mink that
i1 Id tou9 aiy o: conventions to rame
bills. A platform s4 not supposed to
contain statusea or to draft legislation
and if it ever does so it goes beyond its
function. A platform approve or con-
lemus policies Tue aun-truss plank
in this platform pusa tip party wbion
adopted at on record as opposed to
trustee, and in favor of aestion against
them. That is suffeient. The legasie.
ion to oarry out its demanded is a mat-
ter not for the platform makers, but for
uongrees."
Mr. Jones was asked whether he
thought the Nebraska plank commend-
inK tie municipal ownralnpoould prop.
*rly be inserted tn a namsume platform in
view of the fact that it isa matter affect-
tmg only local communities.
"A national platform." said the sen-
ator. "can express approval of or sym-
pathy with auytoing. As tothat plank
I think Democrats generally look with
approval on the attempts made to bring
tue United Srates up to tLe European
standard in this respect. While I was
tin Europe last summer I found our
backwardness in adopting municipal
ownership was a matter for amuiue.nens
tud wonder. They consider un behind
the times. Municipal ownership works
well there and it ogoKt to work equal y
well here. It would be quite within
:be proper functio@ of a national plat-
form to express symunathv with such a
movement and thereby encourage it."

SOUTHERN WOMAN'S BAZAR
I~xpositiloun wil Ii- Hald lu N.-sv
Vork April ,.1
SAVANNAH. March 2i3 -A letter has
coeu received here from Mrs I iger A.
Pryor of New York aut.i'aing the plans
,or a bazar for southern women, to be
aed there April 5, with a view to as-
sisting those who are compelled to rely
anon their own resources in disposing
it their goods.
Such %omen as Mrs. John G. Carlisle.
Mrs. Roger A. Pryor and Mrs. Nathan
Strauss lead this movement to find a
larger market for the industry of south-
rn ladies in reduced circumstance.
The Southern exposition. which was
toE include a woman's department for
the same practical purposes, has been
postponed, and Mrs. Pryor believes that
a woman's department on a smaller
wale oan be inaugurated that will ao
3omplish effective resaltse along the
same line.


SOUTH'S NEW INDUSTRIES.
31Mauy New Esatrprte*e Lamsched Dor-
ig be. Paest Week.
CHATTANOOGA. March I. Among
the m )re important induatries reported
by The Tradeeman during the week
ended March 24 are a bleachery in S os
Carolina; a bras foundry in West Vir-
ginia; brick and tile works in G orgia
and North Carolina; a broom and a
cigar factory in Georgia; coal mines in
Tennessi.e and Wes: Virgiuis; three
cotton milis in Georgia. one each in
North and south Caroina and Texas;
covton seed oil mil..s in South Carolina
avd Texas ; a cotton waste mill in North
Carolina; coioun yarn ini..s in Ala-
baina and North Carolina; one electric
ligut plant in Georgia and three Is
Texas; an electric power p.ans in Wess
Virginia; a tl1aring mill in Georgia.
two in North Carolina, one each in
"oath Carolina, Tennesme and Virginia;
a murnirure factory in Virginia, graphite
works in Alabama; a howery mill in
Tennessee; ice facro-i*s in Georgia and
Sourn U~rulina; kaolin mines in Santa
Carnoina; lumber jiats in Ark tnsa
M:ssaissppi and S)uth Ci.roliri; ma-
chine works in North Carouina; oil
wetis in West Virgiuia; planing maie tin
Florida. Milsi sippi and Sou''h Carolina;
s pitabing, ompiny in West Virginia:
*wo soap factories in Tszas; two tele-
phone oxchan,;es in North Carooiaa aad
three in Texaa; a soaaoco factory in
Tennessee; a wJgon material la,:ory &a
Arkansasa
ELKS GREATLY AGITATED.
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Death of a M tmb r Arouses the Chat-

CHATTaxooea, Marsh 26.-The lodge
' at Elks in this city as very much ass-
tated over she death of a member
named Neikark. who died Saturday
morning of pneumonia. Neikirk bad
employed a looal paysician, who pme.
scrabed the usual remedies and left she
medicine so be administered by swe
members of the lodig whi were waiting
3n him. The pihysicau was the anes
morning discharged by telephone by
parties-which was found to be unas-
b,"rzed--caismanu to ne acting for she
Elks. The douior went to the sick
man's room and found that the med.-
:ine he had left for the patient had nog
teen administered as dire-sed The
nan grew rapidly worse and died.
It i stated sha an investigation will
be ordered by the )ode-, several ugly
moree prevailing to the effect shat the
;wo attoniati.t were drinking and were
3it attendiinr to sneir duties the nighS
:L.e iiidic.ne shoul.1 have been adman.
stered.
'VUST ENLARGE THE ASYLUM
Nortll arollsm laustitution Vrur ilse
lassetna Ar IltmlJy ('rowled.
RAI..TIn. March 26 -Thestate boaril
if charities has issue.l a moSt earsee
ipoeal to all officials, to 'he legiasstre
tad to the general public, tasan mre ao-


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-ommodlations be provided for sue as-
iane Wuare there are now three
asviums. coutaining 1.175 white san
543 negro inane, the board oinds thas
20 .eso than 67 white and 213 negro in-
rane idiots and epileptics are in poor*
houses and jail and in private care.
The increase of negro insanity is very
great, where 43 years ago an nsanse no-
gro was an extreme rarity.
The board urges the building of oot-
aoes and the "colony system" of reac-
ng the insane. The asylum for she
iegro inane, already twice enlarged.
nous have another extensive addition.


Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup, that marvelous A 'rishtful Blund.er
twi-dicine for throat and lung troubles. Will often cause a horrible Burn,
quickly relieves a-id cures the painful i o
l.'athing and dangerouMly mtoundin cough, S Ieald, Cut or Bruise. Bucklen'o Ar-
indicative of contested lungs. No other nica Salve, the best in the world,
teitedy is its ,qual, will kill th, pain and promptly heal
--- -- it. Cures Old Mores, Fever Koree.
Ex.- .v,-rnor Stone Dead. UIlcers, Boils, Velons. Corns.all tkin
JACKSON, Miss., March 26.-Hon. J. Eruptions. Best Pile cure on earth.
M. Stone. president of the Starkville Only 25 cents a box. Cure guaran-
teed. gold by W. A. D Alemberte--
Agricultural and Mechanical college, a Druggist.


state institution, and for ten years the
governor of Mis-iisappi, died at Holly
Springs this morning after a short ill-
nsees with erysipelas. The remains were
taken to luka tort nterment.

Whseler lay Accept.
WASHINOTO!, March 26. General
Wheeler is said to have had a confer.
once with Secretary Root relative to
his appointment as a brigadier general
in the army. General Wheeler. it was
stated as the department, has taken the
matter under auviaement and will prob-
ably aoo*pt.
Cotton Mill For Cuchran.
COCHRAN, Ga. March 26 -The citi-
sons of Cochran will raise a sufficient
amount of money to build a cotton mill
here and will make aozlication for a
charter immediately. Forty-five thou-
sand dollars have already been sub.
scribed.

Attend Falk's opening
to-morrow, Thursday and
Friday.

We are Sole Axents For
ayw, Ir .- Aillian,';. ('l -. Y1. N
til,*I i'- d:,il ('!ev -l.ind \ all P; p ,
: -, it'; ,--. J. KV. It -- X C, N. i
N .! f x. :.,;. :,'. -X; -:f


*i.4usa ('arpolne Iuterprie-.
Cor.ruMna. 3 0.. Mjrch 2& -A charter
ass bean is4ed to sb-9 Abbeville deav
.ngs and Investment comp-cny of Ab.
3vevilie. Tooe casial stock of #he com-
pany as to be $.0,.uoa. The Caarleston
i rookery coinpan has notified she se
relary of state that it baa increased its
capital stock from $10.000 so $0. ou0. A
charter has also been issue ito the P.
M Buttr company of HIusbcrg. The cep.
itai stock of tame company is to be l.000
and the purpose is to ( 1 a real e st
and insurance businesai. A comamission
has been Issued for the reorgansuiza o
of the Lhester Boitiing company, cap&.
trl, $1,500.
Planters Favor the Tartff.
SAVANNAH, March E6.-C-(olonel J. IL
IM. Clinch, president of the Rice Grow.
ers' association, will write Senators Be.
con and Clay. informing them of she
sentiments of the Georgia rice growers
with regard to she Puerto lRican tariff
matter, and requesting them. if cosnes.
tnts with their views of the question.
to support the bill providing for a tasrff
of 15 per oent upon Puerto R;'an pro-
ducts.
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2 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, MARCH 7, 1900.


MATRON AND MAID.
Mra. Potter Palmer finds that her do-
ks as commissioner to the Paris exposi-
0o will be merely honorary.
The Lawton fund has reached nearly
$100.000. Mrs. Lawton is already be-
og overwhelmed with begging letter.
Miss Rowe Murray of Toledo. the cham-
Flou woman bowler of America. has en-
sewd her name for the international tour-
0arentatat Union Hill park in July.
The will of the late Mrs. Ella P'. Me-
s1ain of Geneva. N. Y.. bequeaths $10.-
0W to the city hospital of Genera and
$10,000 to the cemetery for a mortuary
Mrs. Pickett. wife of the Confederate
pmeeral who led the famous charge at
Gettysburg. is the author of some very
petty memorial verses-"Our Gathered
IlAy-printed in the Baltimore papers.
Miss Beatrix Jones. a society girl of
Worth Carolina, has made a bid for the
appointment of landscape gardener for
he rounds of the new SS. Peter and
Paul's cathedral to be built in Washing-

M.s. Alice McL. Birney. president of
the National Congrems of Mothers, re-
grets to announce that she will not be
able to receive her friends for some time,
*wing to the continued illness of her
daughter.
Mis Mary Buchanan Randolph, who
was buried at Wlaplewoo,. near Char-
lotterille. Va.. recently, was a daughter
of IDr. W. C. N. Randolph, for many
gas rector of the University of Vir-
gia. and a great-great-granddaughter of
Thomas Jefferson.
Misp Anne Rhodes, corresponding see-
retary of the New York State Federation
of Women's Cluts has gone on a trip to
the island of Trinidad. She expects to
be away about a month. She will get
material for a lecture, about the place.
people and cestonm..
After nearly .-I y.ars --f newspaper
work in the Inited States Mr'. Jennie
June ('rly will s",n l.,are f.,r England.
ber native riun*-ry. when- .h. will pass
the remaining years. of her 'if. She It--
ona newspaper work in 1~'55 in New
Yrk and was one of the founders of
'oroiAs, in lis.
Mrs. Carrie Chapman Catt of Brook-
lyn, who succeed.Is Mi-s Susan B. An-
thony as president of the National Asi.'-
dation of the Woman Suffrage Socwieties,
is a popular college woman and has for
a number (of ye-ars been a.s,-'iabtd with
Miss Anthony i:i advancing the work of
the organization.
A young woman named Eiika Paulasz
is likely to lIe the first wonianu architect
of Austria. She has applied to the Buda-
mWt board of examiners for a certificate
to practice, already having her certifi-
cates as a draftsman and as a master
nason. It is now necessary for her to
demonstrate her ability to control bodies
of .men: Therefore she must undergo a
public trial.


CURTAIN RAISERS.
Marie Tempest denies the report that
abe intends to sing in the music halls in
LAedon.
Charles Frohmnn is having a play.
based ,n Peg 1Wffi:gton. written for
Maude Adams.
Thbi thing grows. Fay Templeton mim-
it Fougere, and Fo,ug-re munmi's Fay
Tump:eton's mimicry ,if ;.e-.
HVilson Barrett's "Sign of the Cross"
has t,'-n translated into Il.lis-h and has
made lMr.. t'aiiib'l''l ik to revive some of the<
laeterlini k plays in l.,,n:il.dn and pro-
dut- ,thutrse n,.v.er so'n thire tebfre.
llteert Iworwnin Jili, O p-'s former
husband. whl', ww to lhavr acted with
Ada I:c'h:i in l.:g:andl. lihai. gne to
&ulth A.\f:i.a.
lMarie \V .-i;iwri-iht ihi: .'.za z. .1 Payten
(c ib .t.s l ':iv Na:i- -. ,h 1., h r .l-,--i'liine
i* ber n ai .'v ski,- t .ih. .i.i,,ile,>n
Vert-uis J.-c>hint-.."
W ile ll i-n-, t l!t ls:i .11,l.4,1l I..e-t
H icL 'ns inbl i;4- 4>i';l;it/:iin of his
novel. -Thle I..,d'1.ii,'r -.'" ainl wiii lict ill
the' l>!ay iu all j:tn-baitili:y.
Henr.rk IIlsen'- "\VWhen t'. ]- I
Awake" hias %,e< :i rTel in tlh'<' ri,':"'Tn:li
hciti s itl1 \ c'.-. :i]tthu-h with""'t civ-
ica the. imn.i: .- .. t!at it w-:. likely t,.
<'jly 1:1 1 :: l> ;!;aIl ty ,.i] ti.' stI -;,'.
It <'e-n>- i '.:it thO' ;new th'.'::1t' ill St.
tb y t'i :: I,,- ..:.,;u ;.f ,, ;;'!. thi<,i;-!
l ., lth, i. 1-, ,- f it :;!,,l Nv:ll esfi ld1.h1
there li'. I,,',il a .,;:i<',lv tr,,iiie'. he:il.d
by beynlotur i,'.0 ;ia'l li.:aline Terriss.


LINGERING IA (GRIPPIE COU('(.
0. Vache*. 157 Osrood St.. Chici-
go. say: "My wife had a very se-
vere case of Ia &rrippe. and it left her
with a very bad cough. She tried a
bottle of I oley's Honey and Tar and
it gave immtlediate relief. A 4o cent
bottle cured her cough entirely.."
Price 25". and .'e. W. A. D'Ale'm-
berte.

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Handsome pictures, bric-
a-brac, etc., in endless ar-
ray at rock bottom prices at
.Marston Finch's.
WAITED.
WuMta ta by all kids of Socu0e


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Mdrmu Boi 142.


Coffee: Coffee!!.
11'e call the attention of
the general public to fhe
fact that we have one of
the best equipped Roasters
in the South. and that we
can furnish this delicious
beverage a prices that
defy competition. WVe also
wish to remind you that our
Coffees are always fresh
from the Roaster. While
otAers are old, and have lost
their aroma, ours is fresh
and delicious.
cew Orleans Grocery Co.,
r Ifd U C V 11Ar i 'T Z T


vTiite, Ky., preachbed his farewell *er-
mon to his old ceagregation Sunday.
How's This!


We offer One Hundred D
ward for any case of Cat
cannot be cured by Hall'i
Cure.
F. J. CHENEY, &CO., To
We. the undersigned, ha
F. J. Cheney, for the last
and believe him perfectly 1
in all business transacti
financially able to carry o0
ligations made by their fin
WEST & T
Wholesale Druggists, 7
WALD)INo. KINNAN & MA
Wholesale Druggists, To
Hall's Catarrah Cure is
ternally, acting directly
blood and mucous surface
system. Price 7bc. per bot
by all druggists. Testimoi
Hall's family pills are th

I will repair your wat
jewelry in first-class sty
Stephens.


Sf miodicinei that i,
prescription fill d iin thi-
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sipe-dy recovery. PooI'r dr
a relapse. Y,.u want the b
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other inedicine. WV.1. Gre
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aea Awwal Ars. sCall f r a e Convention. invention@
COIBIX, Ky.. MaTux X. 04 Call for a State emocratie convention to HIere are few
Roiers Noake, for whom it is reported be held at Jaeksonvile, Fla.,Tuesday, Jne have Ieen str'u
a warr au has been issued charging The democraticlparty of the state of Flor- either miouey o
Ida will hold a state convention at Jackson- ful inventor. N
cOOm.tcity imGaon 5bel' sas msuon. vle on Tuemsay. June 19,at12 noon, forte what his ae
writs lThe Campnus o this place tat tfol'owing purposes: w Ls Lme
he as at Norton, Va, attending to s To choosedelegates torepresent the state Lit o;peier.' li
in the national democraric convention, to
duties as conductor and read. to be ar- behold atIKas sBCity, o..Jnly 4. l o to hutO Il- ,l.' 1 is
rested with proper others with a war- nominate candidates for the offices of (ov- II n:..' al lut
ernor, one Justice of the taupreme Court, ,;ti:,l.d. .1*
MUl a ,Secretary of State, Attorney-General,
Alleged horse Theves Killed. omptroller. Treasurer,. superintendent of' u .
Aillr Here Titr.P Killed. public lnstructilon.Comnitsioner of Agri- V1o -a. t ti
ArlKANSAS CITY. Kn., March -.-A culturee, a Railroad Commlsioner for the I
term of four years. four Presidential Elect- hall? 1 \Vhi' !et L
report ilag been received from the Osage ors andfour alternates, to be voted for at alout $,i.C.00 a
the next regular state election, and to
that United Stases deputy marlha i Itransmat such other business as may come is as gtIl as 1.i
have ialied Richard Wilton and fa:aly eore the conventi n te state ill united States-
wounAeG Jo1a 1 as1 alleged 1orse send delegates to the convention upon the bhive to) l .iK oul
taievese Wilson esotoed Iromu he &an- following bstsa of reprssenation: one dei- ,iuastersLips or
tentil~T l4tJu.y. gate for each one hundred votes cat for
"*s p a the candidate on the state ticket who re- nation. \\Vhy c
ceived.thehlighest number of votes at the' return lIll is
Flour Mitt Detur..yod. general election of ltM. and one additional return
LAWn-- i, KI&. March t -The vote for the fraction in excess thereof trIlyster3. but t
when it amounts to fifty or more. Tbhe strin fastenedl
plant of the Pierson Flour Mill con- committee has also allowed additional rep-
resentation where the vote was increased breaking, and
pany. valued at $150,000, was destroyed at the election of 1SN9 in any county for that can tie It so
by ire today. Several thousand bush. state officers. Ihe counties under this rule but
will be entitled to representation as fol- ? but they will nc
eis uf weast and several hundred bw- lows: out It.
re.e of flour were burned.~ L mr j Alachu ......... 14 Leon ..... ....14 The "dancing
d .0 00. Bradford ......... fi Levy ... ... It nfmo u
Raker ........... 2 Liberty its infamous au
Mrs. KLa0meir buethoa. Brevard .......... 5 Manatee .. 3 fore it got to b
Calhoun .................. 2 Madison 7
Nw YORK, March 2t- T. I&Citroun ..... .... 2 Marion rao's serpents"
Kletmer, widow of a COUcunnati Clay 4 Monroe 4. during Its brief
I Columbia .............. 6 Nassau .. 4 pin" netted 8on
brewer, committed suicide during ade ....... Orange .. ntted son
the night at the residence of her dag- Deoto ...... .. 6 Osceola.......... 3 lion for ts de
Duval .. ......... .... 22 Pasco 4
Mer. Mrs. ant Meyer. by inhalig Escambi .. 11 Polk 8 not even know w
gas. 8hehasl been despondent several rankln ... ...... st. Johns 7.. alone the inven
a dei .... ..... 7 'utna i ....... M magazine.
days. Hamilton.... 4 Banta Rosa aazn .
Hais Frewell Sermos. Hernando .......... 2 umter 4
His Forwell Sermoft Hilsboro ..12i Suwannee .A
ATLANTA. March 2.-Dr. Henry Moc Holmes ..: Taylor
Donald of the Seoond Bapst church, 'Jefferson ..... 14 Wakulla .. 5 For Democratic
who some weeks ago accepted a call eakett Wanton 4
f he First BaRntitss chnroh of Shelby. Lee ..... . Resolved, That
viii, Ky, prachd hi farwellser


The counties will select their delegates in ocratic party o Erscamia county still be
any macunter which may be considered best held at owelton at 12 o'clock noon on the
any manner which may be considered best hday of April. o for the purpose of
by the people acting through the party or- 14th day of April. lD, 41.for I1iepurp4)"e of
ganizathonas recognized by the last state y electing twelve 1121 persons to represent
ganiztiona recognizedhy the last state i ntvt the itrict Conven-
convention. All democrats are Invited to E mto ncm inctyacaiteirConge
participate in the selection of delegates 'loe to nminatr candidate for Conwgres
i hereto. including those who have become and for the purpose of electing twelve '12
qualified to vote since the last election. persons to represent Escambia county it
The chairman and secretary of each coun- the State Convention at such time and
ty convention held for the purpose of elect- pace as may be tixtd by it' hl.tate and Con-
ing delegates to the state convention are gressional JDemocratictqomiiittees and for
request to send to lion. W. A. Rawls. the purpose r.f selecting a County Execu-
chairman. Tallahassee. Fla., a written or tive 'ommittee to hold until their succes-
printed copy of the proceedings of such stors ilhall be selected( in i1s2.
county convention, together with list of The precincts are and shall be entitled to
the namesof the county executive commit- the following representation at said Coun-
tee, in which should be designated the tyConvenition:


ions and chairman and secretary of such committee. % No. 1. Nix's I
t any ob- J.. PE W. A. RAWLS, No. Kupfritin's
ut any ob- J.C. CooP'ER. Chairman. No.3. Millview '
m A. secretary. No. 4, Ferry Pass . .......... 2
RUAX, No. .5, H urst'b 1
Toledo. 0. No.,i. Powelton.
Toledo. 0. No. 7, Pin- Barren ....... 1 ,
LR V IN I N o. s.C rah tree .. .. ... .. = "
ledo. 0. No. V. Bluff prings
taenin. No. 14. Ward & H ollanid's. 1'
taken in- 0 No. 11, Walnut Hill ..... I
poen the No. Pensacola ... 4
es of the o. );. PnDacola.. 41.
tle. Sold No. 15. Penacola ........
nials free.' No. .1i, Pinevile ...
e beht. No. 17, Brent's 1
No.IS. MclDavid I
No. 1, Molino ..... 1
Seh- anJd No f't. F-loinaton ... .
Ches and For the purpose of electing delegates from
le. J. I. the several precincts as above set forth and
for the purpose of nominating two canoi-
dates for the House of Kepresentatives, for
the purpose of nominating a candidate for
fSheriff. a candidate for Clerk of Circuit
Court, a candidate for Tax Collector. n can-
l n *p--"didate for Tax Assessor, a candidate for
STreasurer, a candidate for County Judge. a
candidate for Superintendent of Public In-
struction, a candidate for County Surveyor,
candidate for Clerk of Criminal Court. a
Sph a b e t! candidate for Justice of Peace and a Con-
stable for second District, a candidate for
Justiceof Peace for Fifth District, can-
didates for three members of'ounty School
SHoard, a primary election of the Demo-
cratic voters of hscamiia county shall be
iholden between the hours of 8.:;) a. m. and
6:45p. m. on Tuesday. the loth day of April.
( was an ANCIENT who used la r. tiana tor the purpose of conducting maid
A to burn wood. election the following inspector.- and clerks
o( f-lection are hereby beae:ted and ap-
ia for BILLS that he paid pointed:
When he could. Precinct No. l--:ha. Andrews, Nell GasZe.
when hec ,W..D. Bell, inspectors; Archie Benton,
j n was the COAL that he after-' clProinet No. 2-Ash Cravey.LouisDanlelia
Co wards bought. Jamns Cravey. inppecturs; T. M. bcarnrt,
is the DIRT and DST that it Pr,'-in(t No. :i-Frank Sunrez., I. P. Wil-
in brought. liainJohIn tel, in-pectors; D. E. Douglas.
roes in a c' Jerk.
-tore is is the EVIL these tl.ings l'recinit No. 4-w. i{. Doug!a. w. IL. No-
s invan a J brought tO pass. hits. t' 1'. tionzal,'z. iiipectorc; \v. A. Tip-
s I n-an E brought to pas-. p i on. clerks.
It--ll inean was his FOLLY i no ,,i ing 1, 1 l'r-cinet No. 5-<-;Go. H. I nvig. .loan Bry-
'-t. Let his FOLLY in not using ant. A. J. :ui-!e. in-pectors; Louis Fratter.
d! suprp FL gas. cl-rk.
Pr.-cinct No ;--(eo. \V.tuinn, W. M.Me-
en & C. is the GAS George used ill hi v. Win. .Henderson, insp,-etor.:O. :.je.--
t," 37 S. stove. mr1.n7s. clerk.
frtcinict No. 7-B. A. I.ie. W. E. Tucktr.
is the HEIGHT of j,'y a J. M. lEntl-rkin, ixnspector.s; W. W. Cwelt-
H -. brought to his home. i, ciit NO. i-A.T.VFillinim.H.P How-
T is the hINDIA le d I't tinr, H. F. t'rabtrt'e, in-pector. Taylor
use GA. Precit No. -L. I). Nrowder, A. J.1. ('ow-
art. l W. Ta lor, inspector.; .l. Z. sryinl-,
cannot uze it, for J tlie ch.tk.
JACKASS. rie ,c:nct -No. I--c..1. .War I. lJohn C(',,,-
iman. -'. ltugtby. inspectors,; t. H. Bryar-.
is the KITCHEN where (;AS clerk.
is ja the.. fuel. P'r.>-inct No. il-.I. I. L., Ll-. |lnn ..
K is Ithe fuel. Cinlim-on Hall. inspectors: J. It. Steward
cola is the LAUNDRY, they"er ,rknc. o. :2-w. F. L.e, R. '. K...
Both of 'ein cool. W ill laily p-ctor';.i. oil-its. ci, rk.
y ,r ciin- t . 1; --A. A Ei-hi-r. I. H.t~ou:;i.
is the MONEY. saved by a w. H. I. McDavli. Insp-cLors: F'. Maura.
Gas Range. elerk.
P reinct No. It--nthony Riern. A. H AI-
is for NOW, the best timne for ver. L. Vw wlltinan. .inspector."; Joiin A.
N a change. Merriltt. cl-rk.
AW a Panreci.t No. I.>-.nlamn ; Wilkint. Geo. M.
O j. Hallmark. C. M. Coston, litspectors; J. 1.
nC1d i; the OFFER thie Company hitamn. clerk.
nia j lqakeS. Precinct No. I,-W%. II. Hubbird. Luk..
SFlower .IJr.. B. 1'. W illltrm s. i -I r -: .1.
p is the PROFIT, dcn't make a RI. Hubbird, clerk.
P mistake. PrecNuct No. 17-A. 4;. C'opton':, w. ..
.Ku-letD. Georgt lioyt, Ini W.,ctui -; \in.
Q is for QUESTION; no ques- Rafferty. clerk.
St Preoinrt No i-1-L.. 4 rewton. I). F.. %I-.
Stion at all! David M. 0 Bag..tt,. inspector J. E.
is the RANGE you should Precinct o... H. ;rimlar, W. A. Mi!:-
)re buy before Fall. ler, A. J.F l'ingin. insip.-ctors: F. Mi. \Voo,!.
clerk.
is the SAVING you make. if rreciuct o. ..--W. H. May,. Win. M,'-
VOU do. C'ut'h.-oin. \Wil. M. McCurdy. i*,p 'to.-:
1. I'. *.tewart,rierk.
is the TIME and TIROUBLE Thli"voti"i at elch precini-t sh.il be :at
.1 d av d t ii-,'llow in-i places resr['cii el ..
G saved, too. No. :.--. ,.,! .,u.. .
6c Not --i 1tl t atl' 1Park.
is the INION of ComforNtNo. :.-- ,,. tor,..
U and thrift. No). I.-o Id lltrt', 'iiac-.
V is VEXATION, now cut it Nil. 't-- re. tor.
V adrift. ar t ,
ad rift. ,. .--I;,ef M market.
reet i WISDO in havin-- iiln 'i,- --,. l1, i,e. .
61,* change .1. '.--. 1:0 -, Waln t 1, 1'.
N '>. l 'W.-- t'to i', I Il- l ciii. t id A l'mI.
plus i three Dollars to buy a .No. i:.--N oth.vIni clina.l-r. P.,,an',d A a;.i
UOs Range. tiarden.
S ___ No. 14.--C', rnPr lomanai:lt anl Pl, tfix.
Y ifor YOU, please observe ais lot 'rt- St,,:-.
you pass. N .i. l;.-I ttel-.!, nciaand erviilir r-.
go '. i l;-l'GieI Ii;V,
i t our ZEAL to supply vou N,. 17.--I;r.t Sta;tion -.'iio, ,,li -'.
S N l-.--iN:r.tinc- to tnip (vri,.roui..
No. .--*j- io oIatiin. nie'a r state lino.
I Ia ui'h pl'tnelict s lalft vote tor- .- hrwho ;.
- tl a- el.cted from *ur pr-cinict
I-,AS RANGES $13. COneCfi Fr. niinigthli-maliest vot:- of thlo-e elected
wrl shnil cilst il half voto.
anese Alw while l'-iii'rT at' It-gally vote urTtlr itho at of th. legislature of 1'.
-- cIIl, ll\ Iontained in chapter 4.-7- who have palt
PiVOUVcla V oih liir poll tax.. for the ye-ar*s li. and 1',.i..
and who will plt dge thmern.el es to support
AS. WO. PALAT t noi,,es of-aid prnar election and
*A S. 10. 3 So, mJ. OSTl. aidconvelintio1ishall bt ,i-ntitlsd and are
cordially invited to participatein said pr:-
shall be held in all ways under the rul>-.
[A, FLA JORJN CDAVIDI, and regulatios as s-t forth in said chapt r
LA< FLAVA m\v ,^ 4,. and this committee .hall meet at thu-
____ ES_ tTATEfIrO'AF ofaB,, the county J ud,'t in the city ,,f
REAL ESTATE A KA Pensacola. at Ko'clock p. m..on the lth'y
of AprlI. 10>. at which time and pla e they
RSELF! CITY PROPERTY, FARMING will receive returns, canvass the *am.
*ii:uaus; ., and announce the result of .iald primary
,,.ti, AVND TfIMBER 1 ANDS election, and the inspectors above named
t'. Ar TMBR LA S will have then and there the returns of said
, -at:.,;" .FOR SALE. '-tI'ctmou.
SThe ballots to h' used hall be printed on
....s l. pltin white pap.'r, and shall have no di.-
" Kt_ Loans Placed at {ftssauble iates tUnguishing uark-


for Infants and Children.


The Kind You Have Always Bought has borne the .
ture of Chas. H. Fletcher, and has been made uind, r ,.
personal supervision for over 30 years. Allow no ,,, .
to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitatimni .
**Just-as-good are but Experiments, and endant- r t!i.1
health of Children-Experience against xperinmnt.

The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears the Signature of





In Use For Over 30 Years.




Chase. H. Turner,


i.it in\v'ntel tlhe return
Spajtent lusted he drtv.
year from it. and that
eing president of these
--lietter. for he didn't
t for fourth class post-
wo.rry about a reno1ii-
hildren should want a
a deep. unfathomable
hey do. The rubber
to the ball Is forever
the child doesn't live
o that it will stay tied.
t consent to live with-

Jim Crow" toy paid
thor $75,000 a year be.
e an old story. "Pha-
Smade $00,000 a year
career, and "John Gil-
iething like half a mil-
iser. Most people do
what these toys are, let
tors' names.-Ainslee's


. CALL
c Primaries antd Con-
vent Ion.
a convention of the I'em-
1 -


-AAND-


General Contractor,


Building. Repairing. Mantel and Grate Setting. Plumbi::z. -
and (ias Fitting.

A Complete Plumbing Department under the
Management of E. B. More.
AW Arritii- D-siwns. Estimate-. Plan- and Speciflcati. .- -
ing of All Kinds, Prepared on Short Notice.
Xf" A L:arze and Carefully Soletctetd Stock of Fine Me .
Tiling of All Kinds, Bath Tubs, Clo-et and Household Applhl.t: -
Hot Water and Gas Fixtures.


No. 19 S. Palafox St.


:: Telephone No. 345


---THE-




Citizens National Bank
OF PENSACOLA.


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


JOHN F. PFEIFFER
CASHI:- -
R. M. BUSHNELL.
ASST. CASH: -.


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


MORRIS I;1-: \.


A General Banking Business Transarcted.


Vessels' Acconts Handled on Favorable Terms. Ex.
Change Bought and Sold, Collections
Promptly Attended To.

ACCOUNTS SOLICITED.




The Star Laundry,


I PIPi0ER LUIY OIF E1T FLORIDI!6


Our Address
i- alwayss asked for w'i..:..
less beauty of tl;. I.t,:
here is displayed ,n:
SHIRT FRONT, ( *I 1.
AND ('1 I *-F-
It i-k 'ur lh,'-t r ,comniii ,: I,,
are always reliable at.i ;
never fail f iv.. ,e i.;'..
tiln.


ALLT WORK C. 0. D.
TELEPHONE 114. 37 L. GARDEN S7
rGYOODA CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED FREE.-W
WAT.In R INGRARAM. MKanager.


ESTABLISHED 1863.


McKENZIE OERTING & CO.,
0 DEALaKS IN o

Ship Chandlery and General Hardware,
60S AND 605 8. PALAkIOX STRErT.

REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEBLING'S ON "( "u
GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RU88EL & SON'S PUM -
Bank, hrlt PINit& liltNU, lutMl Istrmmstt, Iat eorl, >Ml)
OOMP u AS SXM. nR.
C. McKenzie Oerting Collecting Agent for Bar Pilots' B : '
ciation.
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+ .ARCHITECT*


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, MARCH 27, 1900. 8


WHATGII'ANCIE HS11"A NNT


i-armers' Association Petitions
Congress.





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nu diorder of tie
: t Kidney Cure i-
l' it to-day if you are
.;. W. A. D'Alem-


ACTS GENTLY ON THE

KIDNEYS, LIVER

AND BOWELS

CLEANSES THE SYSTEM




ITUAL EFFECTUALLY




10U Grp A
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wnlll'- -a'c--ll tl:;'; thi' isprit of e Montl-
q;oi;,nry 11\ in iiit-. \viio wmoill lmake
the' g;rwln'. f art-i:fti aiti)n1 (In t0he. Pi
eifl' niatlt- ,lispilt'. If inot an international
entnngloment. ARTHiU R,. -vUNN.

DAILY MARKg R KsPORTS.
COTTON.
MSw Yoang March b26 'w cuIA
Jat uary ... ..... .. .. 7 .... 7.96
**oorary.. - .7 .... 7 t
.r.a . ..... .... 56 w
Aprrilt ........--. ,0 -.. 5
M .. ... ........... .... 9 34
Juas.. -----------... ... 9 A
Jaly ..... ... .... .27
Anu s -..-............. 1-l .... 9 17
a p mnew. r .......... 4 .... *8.3
sw inr .......... .... .$ 10
.%ovemnOer .. .... .... -.
Lke nner ta 7 !e7 ....nn. .
Spot cottf1lcio- 1-l -tU..t nai'tliug up-
Lanm't 0 7 'I nitil.-llling ulf to 1-I- .
RAIN AN ) *'.JJi.s:JNS.


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NAVAL SO %.I
SAVA&3N&3 Marh 2"'. -Spirits tnrpem
Line liryik at 52 rooceipra '.;4stidies:.- ..
exports 7. 'RoasiniDrillA-tcl,! ituchanged.
rreelpta ilt..sales .Wr. -x p rts 13, Pj 14

Yxir~t'iii with
i*- alu i :1md cold cuIre-d. ho v s loin o I
t Ake Foley's Honey and Tar before it k~
tcaol LATP. W. A. I)'Aiernherto.

In, F.-kanlifat Counnty(Circuint Cmirt, First
J uciicaal l'ir-nni -.tate *if Floridla.
liazdad g14-ha Factory Cotnipany. a
.-t.r macai oin.
MIr-. lautra Tally and c. M.- Colp-
titan
Th- 'let,'n'arnt 4'N11 c4 ol.-nifiri 14 r.i -qt red
ti ftimc.ar to' thhilet.l t ?.d1 ninn.fi- au- -upanmn
1 lit, -,rdcor ta twpihh;utl-iie-iin Taut DAsIL,
K% KW na in.wuijm;)-r Vu IPIitlietie A i I-i t I( :i -
vcstiniott-~~e u fitv, EAmn-'eachb wt c--k.for earb iz
CA, I~"-ckin II. -r -
A.- St. M cm Ian.
%L Ca i.rk 4 irvinit court,
Ii.1-11a.i lerk.
I'e .s- .5Fl~ornida. Nt r-cin,.jram).


N o)TIC F Ia here-by givon thint the tinder-
h=atfled intend to applY tfit Ie#-lflverr-,,r
f Flcaraii fear letters psitt-nt. toa arwnorpor it,-
lt o i.iunwody .t '.eaipiny Lunder the awt-n.
-,ate zwo.rpor~atofl l aw of Ihe"ela~ftv-of I-br-
le. tinn i-n a chiarter an tiordliand Ii.,urc-
f-.i c.C Aik i. thne ecrit-riwielgt4-hic-h i. ,:n tilt- nll
ia- tilik- A-( t taer, -e*rc-tm ny of mitt-.
II lI, ii m-cal to"e iwa'.-roii e zat I Stil-,it a h-Ic-
1e-izr-. OI .nuwEI &--ey p& wid i I -
tine ioi--. l'Petisanolm~a uEi-cmtitfia ccuant.%
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%* Cr ai ta t e U MrVr.
Sir Noel P'aton. the painter. enjoyed
almost as wide a celebrity as a Joker
as he did as an artist. An encounter
he had with a physician in Yorkshire,
with whom he was on the most Intl-
mate terms. is an Instance in point.
Sir Noel was the physician's guest.
His drawing room boasted of a mag-
nificent mirror, which reached from
floor to ceiling of the lofty room.
One im ring while the guests were
asimn)bh'ld in the room one of them no-
ticted, a large crack near the top of the
miri'or. The physician was horror
strie.k.en : ud asked question after ques-
tion iii an effort to discover the culprit.
Perr;lI.xetl and sorrowful, he stood
l(,oki!:! at the shattered glass when
Sir Ne4-l asked that a stepladder be
broi'.:lt that he might examine it more
<'l,' .':.v.
.M1nt!:h:.g. he drew a ra' from his
p,',:.,: t h.:.1 hastily ran it across the
s':pi-. :-,-el crark. nh'n, lo and behohl,
it ,!iinapiareil': le explained that.
ihal inl acomine down earlier than the
ri't tof thine' guests. hie procured a lad-
der ;and ; l;ar of .o;:n) ;.adl ludicted the
s*' -cin;i igy irr-patr:ia:lHe injury.

Actresses Palunt Tbeir Facea.
"I* is a i.i.staheu ieIa that actress-ea
:'.{ ; ',:n!,nal ruli handso sl:l4,. tain off." w'it s ,'-ratiklin Fyles
i "l'he L.:ldles' Il-ine Journal. "The
r,*- ',r.-, is ;Is likely to ie trnu. Never-
!:, 1 a ll t atl'iri-al fae-.s have to lbe
p: :n'.-l. It may I. ::Issniumed safely
!.' ;! iit' r til' n'onplexion is genuine.
Alin cx Itlny I 'P'Iitir- l no> fal!sity. A. dark one
Pm:y ('l!inh'e to sutilt the character to he
n-u'ii:;r.l. lut thf-se 'x('ep)tillns to the
riiue, ae rar'. The gl;ire of artificial
lhlit wouil inwk<> most faces ghastly
vl. hit ori unphleasa.ntly sallow i bright
hi-'s were not :ilad on. The art of col-
oring a pretty visage ja-st enough and
not overdoling it is one which all ac-
tri.ses should learn. Many do not.
and so we see beauty disfigured In-
stead of enhanced. Others are very
expi'rt. There are two distinct proc-
esten. One makes use of colored pow-
ders applied dry: the other mixes the
same powders with grease, making a
substance called grease paint."
A Maple Observer.
Here Is a story with a moral: A
countryman had Just returned from a
journey to Paris. One of his cronies
asked him what opinion be had formed
of the Parisians.
"DIelightful people." hei replied, "but
frivolous. changeable and altogether
Incapable of forming an attachment
of any duration."
"How long were you there?" asked
his friend.
"Three days."---'hieago Newa.
THE BFIST SALVE IN THE WORLD
is Fanner Salve. It is, made from a
prescription by a world wide known
ski.i specialist and is positively the
most healing salve for piles, turns.
scalds. ulcers, running sores and
?-kinldiseases.-W. A. D'Al inberte

J. I. Stephens has a larie a-sort-
Tnmet of Molid Sterling Silver and
Roger's Knives, Forks and Sroon

Convention 'all.
Tl, i-ixteenIth annual nes-titn of
thli W'in;tan's ChristJatia etenperanc-e
I ion t of F'loridla. will be o i hld it,
(;iaine- ville. April :3rd, 4th handi 5th.
The fir.-t st-ssion. will be at ; p. In..
,of Tupe-dav the third.
SMi-s Belle Kearinpy of Flora.
Mia-., will give the convention ad-
uime -, adding int-erest to the o)ea-
-,n. AI.I': L'C. lRoWsN.
.\tA J. ( IG.ENN. Pre-idelit.
Re-o.rdiing Sec'y.

Sitibcril)e to THE: N -AW,. only Iu
c-'iit per week.

EMPLOYMENT OFFICE.
Ring up 382 or call at the office,
11 North Palafox street, when in
need of a carpenter. B. D. Hofftnmatn,
Business Agent of the Carpentiter's
tnd Joiters' Union, will furnish you
with the desired help on fhort no-
tice. n25tf

If /Olt are ready to go to
house-keeping, let .larston
,9 Finish furnishyour house
for you. They will save you
money. Your credit is good
wit/i them.

Five Thousand Rolls
af WVall Paper in stock, all of thela-


tc.-t pattern.;, and mortnqre cucomnini.
Prices freoan se to $1.7) per roll. J. E.
Ri.s & Co.. No). i IP P l:tfoIx,
Phone ".3-_2. 24f-tf


'HE HEINE ACADEMY rF MUSIC,
No. 1 North t'alafox Street.
MISS EVELENE M. HEINE, Principal.
MISS IDA PIAGGIO, Assistant.
'ic,', I ulture, Violin and Plano, I eipelg
* -ten' : also ;uigtar. Banjo and Mandolin.

Best Patent Flour.
Our Best Red 1 Royal
IP/(tent is the best /!Our that
'in be prodcd// b (' any/!

Fr. et Ile .oft /i' oJie of
'I/e best litea'lfast Food(I on
'he market.
.4! niadfe h The 0. E.
Staicfrd (l .ill Co. and for
sale bl/y Ycw Orleans Gro-
:ery Co.
7A.4. 7f'H UGH.
Phone 105. Proprietor.


SUBSBCRIE


THI Din Ie WS,

Only Ten Cents Per Week.


W. O. W.
Live Oak Camp No. 1 Woodman of lie
World.
Meets first and third Friday night in
each month. Visiting sovereigns cordi-
ally invited. W. W. WATSON ,
6. R. T1AMES, Clerk. C. C.

w -b -r.Y UJh-.ULULlE
FOR STEAM DIVISION
PENSAOOLA ELECTRIC TERMINAL
RAILWAY COMPANY.
Trains leave Pensacola for the Little
Bayou, Palmetto Beach. Warrington, Navy
Yard and Fort Barrancas at
6:10a. a. arrive at Fort Barrancas 7:15a.m
10:00 a. m. arrive at Fort Barrancas 10 45 a.o
1:00 p. m. arrive at Fort Barrancas 1 :56 p m
8::0 p. m. arrive at Fort Barrancas 1:15 p m
6:15 p. m. arriveat Fort Barrancas T:lop m
*8:00 p m. arrive at Fort Barranoa 8:46 p.m
Trains leave Fort Barranoae for Poesa-
cola at
T:WO am. arrive at Pensacola.... 0:15 a. m
II .*0 p. m. arrive at Pensacola.........11:46p. m
2:00 p. m. arrive at Pensacola.........2:46 p. m
6:00 p m arrive at Pensacola......... 7:45 p m
7:00 p. m. arrive at Pensaola.........7:46 p. m
*8:4p. m. arrive at Pensaoola........ 9:0 p. m
*atordays only.
In effect Dee. 1st, 18M.
MUNDATY OW DUD3.
Leave Peaoola. Lv Fort Barraneo.
*am. 10 a.m.
11 a.m. 11 i1.
Ip.m. *p.m.
8p.m epam.
4 p. B g pro.
*p.m. 6p.m.
*p.m. 1p.m.


rARB FOR WaXK DATS.
Pensacola to Fort Barranoas and retorna 46
Pensacola to Navy Yard and return-...... We
Pensacola to Palmetto Beach and return lie
PABB PO SUNDAY
fenaoola to jrt Barranoas Navy
S ard and return...........................
Pensacola to Palmetto Beach and
return 1e
No freight received after 3:16 p. m.







GENERAL INSURANCE
-AND-

Real Estate Agents,
PENSACOLA. 'LA.
REPRESENT TWENTY-TWO OF THE
LEADING FIRE, LIFE, MARINE,
ACCIDENT, FIDELITY, PLATB
GLASS AND STEAM BOILER IN-
FURANCR COMPANIES. .. .. .

Gene al Aents of te EqNitablt

Life Ausrance Society of the

gaitel States.




H. A. WAXTER,


FOR SALE.
j At a bargain, 76 acres (30 under
fence and cultivation, the balance
woodland), 34 of a mile north of Cor-
dova Park, with 4-room house, barn
and two stables. Price $600. For
; farther information, apply to W.
Douglass on place, or J. E. Dubuis-
son & Bro.. city. 13mlni

DURHAM Cigars are
the finest 5 cent smoke
Try them at D'Alem-
berte's.



LODGE DIRECTORY

KNIGHTS O0 a rYA'r1 jAS.
Pensacola Lodge, No. 3, K. of P.
meets every Monday even-
ing at 7::.), at Cattle Itall
in Hutchlnson ball. West
Intendencia street.
Visiting brethren cordlall.
welcomed.
M r H. JrDoViyg.
H. HORSLKR. C. C
K. R.& .


0 tbicr Pimici 8 Sri 0 aFor Sherif.
Hou~ienatil rysici ant Sarc on1, ; I hereby announce invmelf as a candidate
for re---eC'tlon tol the ofict eof sheriff of os-
Late of Ocala, Fla.. cambia county. Florida. and oltiat tbesuf-
Offers his professional services to the cit1- tfrages atid interest of all mny friends.
zens of Pensacola. liK.Ra.K E. '"MITy.
Espe'-al attention given to the trema'ien nt
of Chronte 'iea-es and DI)eabes of Forr sheriff.
Women and Childrtn. I hereby announc-0 myself a candidate for
'nirty 'Years practice li thte South. l sheriff of Escambia county at the ensuing
o4Ite fHours:-s a. ni. to 12 m.. "' to 4 p. m. election. J.'C. VANI'KLT.
Residence Phone No. 2-. F. Clerk of the Carcu.i Court.
Rrenr-Blount Buildingc--omtm 3 l he-rehv announce mywn f *as candidate


Dr. Wilmer S. Hall,

DENTAL SURGEON,

Misonic Temple. Pbhon 364.



HEINHBER BROS. iCO.,



WIOLI3AL, GIGOBE ,

Palafox Street,

Pensacola, Florida.



Indigestion!


We challenge the world

to produce a remedy equal

to the Matchless ,Mineral

Water for the cure of In-


digestion, Dyspepsia and

all forms of Stomach, Bow-


el Troubles and Skin Dis-
eases. Guaranteed to cure


or money refunded.


Cost


only 5 cents a day to use it.

One dollar bottle last twen-
ty days.

For sale by all drug ists;

also f11. T. Green ~ Co. 37

S. Palafox Street.
OR ADDRESS


W. W. WILKINSON,
Greenville. Ala.
Testimoinial Fromt Judge Gaston.
URKIKlVILL,. Ala., Aug. In. IW4*.
I take great pleasure in certifying to the
purity and the merit of Wilkinson's Match-
lesi Mineral Water. This natural mineral
tonic, to my personal knowledge. is taken
from a well three miles e'ast of Greenville.
in the exact condition in which It is sold. I
have seen this water used. with wonderful
success. for dyspepsia. Indigestion. sore
eyes 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 dineas s.
ZKLL .ASTON,
Judge of Probate Court, Butler County,
Alabama.


Butcher and Green Grocer.'

PHONE 172
Fresh Tennessee and Native Meats, ThetinyCapdes sresupedor
Chickens and Country lBsm ofConpi
Produce Daily. Theycurein4M liornthe
Shop, Rear of Johnson & Son's Store, same disease without anyincon-
INTENDENCIA STREET. bienca L BYADUM0-11T


CHICK ICTCH'S ENGLISH
!ENNYRa-RAL PILLS
J %SA~rz. Al" ~~sb.Lodlow.;h Irarrimsu
in FICS and!Geld Wadicsnaeboxeu s. -4
'~-~d Wash L."ue fbi.... Take.so ue et. .Refuse
~ Iaudgmevis Obmtkadou.mand laink.-
"us...Buy.of your Laruggliet. eor-i4.1 -. to
=sm.I-rcle' PS.4*.l~ara Ymstwouleibe
ad'elr fer Ladleee%*a &8u. b ew. s -
Ieam Wal. Ite.*"Te-saaenos:.I49-14 cc7
sin f)rcuggcw. t 'lliebool" ,CbellipplaI tC
Vaiumil.thncisiput r MadMaSeesairat., PILA, 114.


Acme Beer.


THE BEST BEER SOLID) IN
PENSACOLA.

Dannheisser Bros.,

AGENTS.

Aso Solt by M. Perry ani Vm. Yates.

The Jug Trade

Is Our Specialty.--*
Prompt Delivery and Sati-factior5


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for re-election a clerk of the- circuit court
of Fscanmbla county at the ensuing election
and ask the support of the voters
A. M. MCMILI.A.


PROEB88IONAL OARD8. POLITICAL AI3MWJCEIENz.

Dr. Mareellu5s fle reary, vr Iteireetate.
I berehy tanounce nmv.-lf as a candidate
Physician an Lr[ on ler ., nalie .. la ..
democratic pIumaries.
Itesidence. 21 West GregoryStreet j'. McKN.I palo.rs.
P rionr.';. .--
MoFI.c>. JD'Alemberte Huniling. 119 South For Repr-as I.aaive
k'alafox Streot. Phone T:r."4
af .t Phe ~I hereby announce ny-e,-f afs *a .'inld dail
for Kepresentat:v -of .-.nmblas t'unty ma
the LcKilaiur.-. tijfec tno Ei-e lI:nocrrat i
DR. Wx. C. DiswB.I.KRy. i. ,tr-...,, e ,.

OFIOE-Hanaah Bros.' Drug Store. For .Sheriff
I h-reby antiounce, asavelf a! a candidate
EB8IDENOE--400 E. Jackson Stree for heririffr of kcaiiihia C.ounty. and re-
BI'pectully a-.k the supportt of my friends
anid voters of the county. If elected I will
dia- harge thP duties of said office efficiently,
Wim U Warean, M D fairly and impartiallyW.. HTItNON


For Cirtsuit ('le 'k
I .announce my candidnacy for 'lerk of tbe
Cirs'uit Court of E-a'anabiam county. subject,
to the action of thv emnuinm.g lenmocr.atic
-prianiarnis. K. KR 1.. LnANIELL.
For ('iretuit Cl-rk.
To the Voters of E'scannimiia county:
I hiereby annonte nyV.-elif a candidate for
the otlier of clerk of theI cir-uint court of
E'canhinl county andi will be pl.'ased to
have the support of nvy friends and the
voters generally. .J LA lN IK i. RI'A.
For Tax v.'alleclor.
I hereby announce Iyse f a- a candidate
for re-election as Tax Collector of Et-am-
hia county. ated ask the utipport of my
friends and voters generally.
A. H. I,'ALUMwaiaTu.


Fopr Tax Collector.
The many friends ofJudge P. B. Honifay
having obtained his consent hereby an-
nounce him as a candidate for Tax Collector
of Eseambla county at the ensuing leetien.
MAS TVo"aTUD
Por Tax Asse eor.
I hereby announce myself as a candida
for Tax Assessor of KEcambta county, sub-
ject to the action of the Democratic prima-
ries. If elected I export to meet the appro-
batlon of the tax payer, and will do y
dnty In every detail an I did when I -d
the ofce before.
uao. Rnass.
For Tax Amaeiar.
The candidacy of William W. Richard& w
hereby onnouneed for re-lection as tax as-
sessor for Escamhia county, subject to the
action of the democratic primaries.
For County Treaurer.
I announce myself as a candidate for
the ott..e of county y Treasurer, subject
the action of the democratic primary. and
ask the support of nmy friends.
WILLIAM E. ANtI Row.
Vor Counoy Treaamr.r.
I hereby announce myself as a candidate
for renomination as treasurer of FKeca.mb
county. utJe~tt to decision at theenoutni(
delmocratlc primary election. and respect-
fully solicit the support of the voters of the
countY, pledainsg myself for the future the
"same faithful performance of duty that L
have endeavored to fulfill during my pasSf
tenure of the offet. J. W. FMAT3B.
For Justice of (he Peace.
I hereby announce my candidacy for ro-
elction to the office of Justice of the Peosee
for the Second district. subject to the ac-
tion of the uoinuiatnlDg pa Imarie.
ItOY KIN JoNmas.
For Justice of the Prae.
A' the surgestionot numerous friends. L
her,*by announce my candidacy for .I ustie
of theb -ac- of second district. subject, to
the action of the nominatinir primaries.
JAME*M LANDII>rI.
For Pchool s-uperinnenoent.
I am a candidate for county buperinten-
dent of public instruction. uhbject to tbh
democratic prinmarlei. I respectfully on-
licit tin sufrage of tine Fl:.cnmbiablcounty
voters for tbe above-namnid 1poi.ion.
JAW X IM. TATE.
For e tiao I Superinternkoeast.
To the Voters of Fscamhia county:
I hereby announce mysitf a canisidate for
Superintendent of Public Instruction lo1
Kncambia county and ask the supportof nmy
friends and voters generally.
C. J. BELL.
For baprrtlnen atruct ion.
To the Voters of iscambia county: I
hpr.-by announce myself a candidate for re-
election to the oflfeo of county siperlntn.a-
(lent of public Instruction and will be
pleased to have the support of my friend
and voters generally at the coming demo-
cratic prmnary election. N. K. CooK.
For Membtr school Hoard.
By the request of frtendis I h'reby an-
notunce my candidacy for member of Ks-
canIn lia (',unty icthool Board for Northern
iThirdo district. suhject to the action of
the democratic primary.
A. '. RnRWTO. .1R.
Mor Me'niilwr school I5.ar.n.
Yielding to the urgent request of friend.
I have de' id(l*-lI to aalin hCcoqme a candidare
for inemberof the scihoM? board of Eiscambit
county. .uhject to tne action of the airmno-
cretil prinarles. E. WADO.
For Mr Memwer '-heail Iuarld.
The friends of MIN. J. It. MrsWA ni of Wal-
nut Hill. havinr sei-curfd his consent,
he-reby announce his candidacy for mem-
ter of the Escambia county y -cheol Hoardi
for thie northern district. subject to theac-
Lion of t(ie democratic prinarties.


McMillan Bros. Co.



Coppersmiths,

General Metal Workers


r M mfct.lers of and Huedqurters for te


Celebrated McMilian Seamless Turpeitine Still.

taft l p a MK B duI b the L .hf.

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401 South Palafox St.,
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Railroad Exchange, Phone 268.


No. & South Palafox Stroet.
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, MARCH 27, 1900. 5


STE5the state and say that Pensacola
A NEWS uit them better than any place in
L JII REWS RO Flor~da. They will return here next
winter.
Mr-. W. D. Chipley. the vlce pres-
,; .orresse forI rmcols mr: dent, has called a meeting of the
h. ,.i r.sa'tnda; fra h attrt, Lsdies' Confederate Memorial Asso-
...s ,u. .*i*'praeiwr. yesterday, I0'1 d1 citation for noon Thursday in the
., da.m, e '. s"r. I*. parlors at Hotel Escambia. Every
i Troy, Ala., is at the member is urged to attend as busi-
L Tr, A at thnes of importance is to be trans-
acted.
it. -ure to read the new advertise- Congressman R. W. Davis has
:f .sl Cahn & Cu. written a letter to a friend positively
1: C'rosby of Buffalo arrived at declining to engage in a joint debate
E .cA succeed him, givinoz as reasons,
qIr-. H. Tranick of Marion. Ala., among others, that he cannot leave
guf--t at the Escambia. hi- post of duty and that he and his &
I,.-wi-Bear & Co. have an attrac- opponent can have nothing to de- ,
advertiseuiett in this issue. bat.
;;li- Frater has returned from a A lively squad of commercial tour-


Police court.
One hundred and forty-five dol-
lars was tne aggregate amount en-
tered up in flues against a round,
dozen of delinquents who appeared
before Mayor Hilliard this morning.
There were five plain drunks at $5
each; four cases cf drunk and disor-
derly aggregating 100; one case of
conceal d weapons, $50; and two for
quarreling at $5 each. One culprit,
charged with violatiigf a sanitary
regulation, was dichbtrjed.
A Monster Devil Fish.


Destroying its victim, is a type of
Constipation. The power of this
murderous malady is felt on organs
and nerves and muscles and brain.
There's no health till it's overcome.
But Dr. King's New Life Pills are a
safe and certain cuie Best in the
w rld i for Ktomach.i1 I .irpo VPidneav


a-aunt vi sit to D eFuuiak Springs. ist registereu aa tt e uercnants this ..... .. .. .... ,-- ,".., ..
morning, viz: A. Utitz and W. F. and Bowels. Only 25 cents at W. A.
I.-gular meeting of Damon Lodge Israel. New York; J. Davidson, Mo- D'Alemberte's drug store.
S1:. K.of P.,ats o'clock to-night. bile: C. J. Pintard, New Orleans;
Rt-gular meeting of the Pensacola W. 0. Lynn. St. Louis; B. Bend- Weather Conditions.
1 .-dical Society atb o'clock to-night. helm. Norfolk; W. Reudeman, The storm that is central in Kan-
Louisville; H. Jones, Philadelphia, sas this morning influences the
Sottrell, the photographic artist, and D. S. One, Cincinnati. weather southward to the Texas
-a inew advertisement in this i.- i weather southward to the Texas
. .. Capt. Walter took a number of Icoast, and thence eastward over the
pleasure-seekers up ths sound yes- gulf states, causing general cloudi-
W. L. Harris of Mt. Pleasant. terday on the launch Pauline and ness and unsettled conditions over
:* rn.. re-gi-.tered at the Escambia they spent a delightful day on the the entire Mouth. An unusually
*-terday. water. The party consisted of Miss heavy rainfall of 3 30inches occurred
Mr. F. C. thepard and hiq private Crum and Mrs. Burt of Montgom- at Galveston during the past 21
r. -tary arrived at tie Escambia ery; Mrs. M. McCreary, Pensacola; hours, and light rains were scatter-
itrnhrnang. Miss Viririnia Pettus, Kentucky; ing throughout the southern and
Mrs. S. Mims, Pensacola; Mr. and eastern sections of the country.
I hf- Workinumen Democratic Mrs. R. Bowles and baby Bowles. During the past 24 hours the tem-
uab will meet at S. H. A. iail at7:30 Knoxville, Tenn.; Mrs. W. M. Ball, perature fell below the freezing
.lock to-night. Pensacola; Geo. W. Smith, Effing- point in the Dakotas. Illinois. New
Mr. G-o. W. Smith ,f Effingham, flam, Ill.; JamesL. Swartz and J. S. York, Michigan, Nebraska ani
Sl-ft f.,r li.; hotiti- to-!ay afier Jacobs. Jeffersonville, Ind.: James ,Minnesota. changes in temperature
S-'-"lP. the winter htre. P. Holmes. Chicago, W. H. Pt-bus, being slight.
Sltanford, Ky.; A. E. Morton, Madi- There is not much prospect of
P. l.ronan and wife of Owatonna aou, Wis.; Dr. Renaldo Allinou, clearing and settled weather co:ndi"
.: 1 F J IBrennan of St. Paul are | Pensacola; Thoa. Oversan, Madison., tionl in thi- vicinity until Thursday.
,.:* ,i tile El-canmbla's guests. W is.;C. I). Boyce. L)ndon, Eng.: M. J. \ RI(;lt'r, JR .
I E-cainbia Rifles will ileet to- IAlex Buchanan. Lake Mills, Wi,. ,Observer.
: .. t f tr thi, lurr 1r-1- ;i.nd -t etiig a re')rgauiza-1 .


. I,.


II ti#.. t uig1 tif t t I, Mays I)emtocratic
% t'I Illw e I.' a-Id in1te aratid jury'
- :,i .A..'J - s%.. r ii~


Some


iteresti pFigures.


;, 't S o r. i t i-aIo.i w uInI .. Capital of the l-our F o great IRanKs ofiI e
Mr. a:.d Mrs. H H. Smith. of Bank of
.Ilhl,,t, Igh. Il.. who have belle .
-,eitli,., tue- winter here, left for Bank of Frenance,
ir i t -on the 12:45 train to-day. a f race, .
"'i t Phy'-cian HI. C. White and Imperial Bank of Germany, .
.- 1i ti -it a--aitant. will go over
S:ht- l:.lUantinl tatioilt next Stt- Bank of Russia, . . . .
to iiiaugurate thit- siintiier closed
ITotal, .
Mr. it. liu--nan iof Cincinnati.
I al .,g 4t tf thl- ce -ebrate-d Lilin
:.-wery. i- a- guet of that institu- FUIOS HELD BY THE MUTUAL LIFE IIURNCE COMPANY
-'- I*-en-tacuit agent. Mr. George
"**..,,. FIR TIE PYATENT OF ITS POLICIES, DECEMBER, 31. 1899,
Mi-- Jo,-.phlin- l ietrr:t, accolip:i-
i by hi-r hner.-. Mi,se' Ada ,and Or 5125,021,682 more than tl
'..uila lHo'-.lasco, lI-ft la-t night for At-
., ita. .n a co miiied bu-iness and, capital Of these famous banks.
.-a-U'e trip.
T rliv nn t- lorin ,if p-ilicv of Thet M'utitti life Ins


World.
$86,047,935
36,500,000
28,560,000
25,714,920
$176,822,855




he combined


ran'c (Coi'ptali ny of


po,,i.


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.-Itii4i: yf'-ter(lay'i arrival- at the - -
.',! itlaiits. were N. H. Frolichst.-n 'Ni-w York. Ri<-hartl A. McCurilv. Presihlcvit. provides :
: Mobile. H. D. Barker and wife tof Fir-t The SECURIITY itf $l()1.44.14:;7 of assets
.tntu(ky and Memrs. H. 8. and A.-
- Wie'tIn of Lt l o gtown. Mis. S.tt.,l--I'ROFITABL INVESTMENT.
.\Aton'i the Floridians regi-tered Thirl --l.IElAI. I.A)ANS T( THE INSURED.
* -*' rdlay .t the Escambia were E. Exi\tl.lC t-trrn in--tirain'e in ,i:i->e of :lap]-.
Skiier -rf E-caubia, H. Harris
A.,,lr-ws Bay. J. A. M illiga .. I A nti t iiIc p[ il-upi in-ur;nn>i withl1m t 1 ','htain of
1 iHij..tit aid John E. (a; nmor ,f Li lctral -urr.lnhr valu-.
I ..1.1i i 1 .1 t . .i. . . . .- .... i.. t I. I


I. llU-lr:ftle l i v tl Thltir--
t for thit-e it. -t.it of tlit- pub-
.... llt.ir v- -houiid fil C'luttt-r"-
'. to 1'- llllo -t C; ai] lty.'
',,1 .-r ll! I-t p u itl ;-:w' d l-fw'!,,' i, <
S i --i 1
4 "'l ;i-tir r .Ihtin \%. Frat,.:
*. n lll r- l ,| t Illh.i -4 id i tlIll< -
\ '. o- t Nortlt-' E- aniittia;t
S- i: : ai-'ilConfedttlate \V-teralt-
:....t .t lei-Fuiak than htei could
-**iI IIIn a w ,-ik tr:ave-li" z
'. l t ,- ('untyit .


* ii, rt iidi countyy dmliiocrat:c
.': ;tlo' nlit la-t Saturday aid
- d-l.-gatet to t he -tate. and cote-
-- . tal coinvi tl-,tions. It al-o,
' :* reolutlonls iln-tr tlctlul t l <
S l .:itt.-", t VOl t, a i unlLt 0It
.. Ji-tinuig-- tor go\t Ili-or.


L. -I -Swa:rtz awal J s ac. 'I-
.1- '- w lut.. wint liA LV'
~he- Iisuji-. 'lhiey will -It ;t
a Mitzigoih-'ly -t u and r
- I- .erid~ i~uziliutlti i-ta ~


THE


t i io ll t ll t i -l ri ;1' I i Il X ll 'l' lT l 4 'I I I l u 11 .
l,,-r fitrthl r in ,riltn ati,)1n :111ly tN ,

CECIL WILLCOX, General Agent,
JA KSONVILLE, FLA.
W. G. CHIPLEY, AGENT,
PENSACOLA. FLA.

JUST OPENED.


,IIn CrionV Renia v na Cal cillo Bl.


--Everything New and


Clean.--


Th!,' M ,-t Attrac*iv, in the Entire City. Regular M-al~ Served Daily,
and Shlirt O)rtdet-r Served :it all ho;ur-. Special W\ ekly Rates.

A. E. BAKER & CO., Proprietors,
14 EAST GOVERNMENT STREET.


FORBES


STORE.


There's a Word or Two That's Spoken in Our
White Goods Department.

No. 200 Long Cloth in 12-yard
p pieces obr"................... . ...
No. 300 Long Cloth in 12-yard
'. i. i p ie c e s fo r ............ ...... ......... .....
No 500 Long Cloth in 12-yard | 7
p ieces fo r .......... ........ ................. .
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ITCHING HUMORS
Rashes, and irritations instantly relieved and
speedily cured I hot baths with CrT( a..
SOAP, to ceanse the skin. gentle applications
of CL-r:cunmA Ointment. to heal the skin, and
mild domes of C'TICt1UA RE F LVENT, to cxool
and cleanee the blood.
Slid thmhnatqthew~vld. PutT- Tnwrno mn CrW.
Coar.. rtas..Jmota. Uuw t-w Skin Uumum"fr.e


Put Thro mh the Prl.i1 Sta.E-.
WasmworTox, March .4 -The 14
pension bills favorably ac.ed upon by
the house in committee of the whole
last Friday were put through the final
stages at she opening of she se*siou of
the house today and the army appro-
priation bill was then taken up.
Murderer itven 20 Y ars.


MOBILE. March 26 -The jury in the
oase of Simon Edwards, the negro who
was charged with the murder of Jus-
tice of the Peaoe Weis last July, has
returned a verdict of guilty and placeJ
the punishment at 20 years in tie pent.
tentiary. __ __ _____
Will Go on th* Stagp.
LoxDoo. March 26 -Sir Rbbert Peel
has definito'y decided to go on the stage.
He will appear in "Bootles' Baby" com-
pany as Booties and play in London
and the provinces.
Cold Steel or Death.


THE PEOPLE'S STORE,


A.


SNEW ARRIVALS!.

OQU R first announcement of New Arrivals of Spring


A pparel.


A generous assortment, large variety


of colors and st'yes to select from of Ladies' Waists


We carry all kinds; the largest assortment in the
city of well known brands. Among them the famous
"" U(rf'ii ]hl;il./, famous for fit, style and finish-in


fact the best fitting Waist in the land.


dealer cr customer can den\.


This fact no


You may form some


idea of our offerings by a glance at our large exclusive
Shirt Waist Window, and they arc cheaper than
heretofore by reason of our Motto: ". I i Ci-:AP\r AN)
TH RI-:I;V I NCRl:ASI-E- HI: IU E SINI.."


New
Arrivals!


Our Centre Table- a'- .r.'.o.iig beneath : iLr ''lly ;!: .r, ofl th:,-Newest
T' it:- i~ L, '-I'I an id Ei)broid-.ri--.


"There is but one small chance to Swi Edgir r a ;nd, I:i-,':ion, Hamburg Edgin, and Insertion
save your life and that is through an V,.nei ti ae and Insertions.
operation," was the awful prospect
set before Mrs. I. B. Hunt, of Lime .Mac-iiine Torchoni Edgin..y and It;.>rtioi.
Ridge, Wis., by her doctor after erman' Trchin lin, A;',Il' : d Ins'ertion,
vainly trying to cure her of a fright-
ful case of stomach trouble and yel- r..in' ii, S,'re ; t. Ori nt;t! a:i,,; Pl 1! V:,. I.::," .
low jaundice. He didn't count on .Iatc.
the marvelous power of Electric Bit- 5 Ie ant- a rg E ng. x ar I t -.
ters to cure Stomach and Liver
troubles, but she head of it, took
.seven bottles, was wholly cured. M i
avoided surgeon's knife, now weigh e of ii i'liir i *
more and feels better than ever. it'- *
positively guaranteed to cure Stom-
ach, Liver and Kidtey troubles and One Lot Child'- Drawer-. !einmtne I and :u ke 1. I ani i2. at ... lc pair
never disappoints. Price 50c at W Sizes 3., 5 and i ;. oayn ............................................... 15c pair
A. D'Alemberte's drug store. One Lot Child's Traminm d Drawer,& at tCo-t Mark.
GOING I)OWN HIIa. One Lt Child's Trimmed Goiwns at Co-t Mark.
People suffering from kidney dis- One Lot ('hild'- Trimmed Skirts at Co('it. Mark.
eases feel a gradual but steady loss one l ot Mi-Q- 'l' Triminmd Gowns it C(o-t .M;r k.
OneLotnnieI-Fim- d- t.e.worhI -2 1..........0c ac


or vitality. They soulda lose no
time in trying Foley's Kidney Cure.
It is guaranteed. W. A. D'Alem-
berte.
Attend Falk's opening
to-morrow, Thursday and
Friday.


A Musical.
The senior grade of school No. I
will give a musical for the benefit
of the public school library on
Thursday evening, Maclih 29. at
Clutter's music hall. Tickets are on
-ale at Coe's book store anid at Clut-
ter's music store. Price CO cents for
adults and 25 cents for children.
Programi will be published later.
W.' may liv' without love, w' may I.v'
witl;ut l utooks,
Hut 1'1iz1:z'J lllitdia canliot liv' without
,tr jk,.
-Owtun Meredith.
And our cooks cannot (cook with-
oulit tl, t li at'riul- nec#-s.arV to con-
stituit meal-;. l'hose matevrial., in
order to produce g iotl. wholes line
!fuod. ni u-t be of tlhe b)-t quality. To
pr wure tiem of the desiltd quali:.y
w ta-11111t go 0 tto the lii1hit p!)h;t for
then. 'l'l e right pleht'. is eve-'y ,nuif-
familiar with tih, -subject will tell
Vrou. i Ja'coly'-.
WN i.h t lt' ,h.ist't o-t illn t! e w. y v o
first-clh,.- hiih-grdl l- matteriialts foi
"owd, wholesomie, d'liciou- fod-
"it tfor tthe g tl-" tdlieaelve --you
in h;as vot ctt 'a('fzaely be lt:trned
without vi'-iting that wondwrfuil
place, where hI- keeps tlnlughl oit
everything id(l to eat to victual ;:
war-ship or .-upply ain arlin*y. atind ial
-pecting l fi- elloriii)-z variety l
lhouehhold sipplie *>t -v-ry iila n'itl-
ah!t)t- descriptialn, di-pl.ay-d t! a
-v, ry putirchl ts'I-r c;ali -el t'r :.t will.
tin all ,o' th, c. oi ,.-K t m;il l b,.-" t, !
lplound i tallI" lt a 11 -t.
TI'I' j no t lh 't ,f f'tanty. e: .
';l:itli. uniivart i-ihi-d trut!'. 1: '. ,
41 ,li ; it. t T"oH i 1 2114 K i 10, K~t (,,i\ ,:,-
#-il l t -ti'l-+t '* ti l P ," ,', ,," i ,', ., ; .
.Attend Falcw'.s' ope;ii;, : o-
Imorrow, Th it rs', laiy (I'II ";':i-
(a1y.
We have moved to II S. Palafox street.
We would like for you to call. We will
sell you instruments on terms. We will
exchange pianos with you. We will save
you money on a piano or organ.
JAsse Frerca Plaa3 & COrall CL.
11 s.. 'ala!f.x t : .

Brs the ]he Ki.d Y u Have A!as E .'1M


One Lot Ladies" Tritinmpd ('himise. worth :;.c f.or................. 20)c each
One Lot Ladies' Trimnind Cambric Chemise. worth 7,'i for ....... lVc each
,0s+One Lot Odis and Ends-
In Ladies' Skirts and Gowns to Close Out at Cost Mark Price.
... . .. . Il


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DeFUNIAK


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SPRINGS.


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Seat -of the Florida Chautauqua now ir Session
Until March 27th.
-^ i ,ines'. PR.esost ic WesLTrrn FIori:I,.-^I
,l? i 1 i : . : '. .:' : .'il ..- j i .,, C liml ate.


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.' ,islix .fNins.%oo, .2 inches wide.


I 2-yIard pire cs, tor'


En-lih C('ambric. .' inches wide, for
'e 'Our SPFCIAL l'/7tite India Lawns at
i Pieces. I whilee Lawn at
This is an Exceptional Good Value.


.923.00


2.-;c yard.
10c yard.
5c yard.


IEGULAR


-FOR--


25 COets


SI B LEWIS BEAR & CO., Sole .&gents.
AiMo onPCWrt


OldlQualer, Hunter and Parole Rye Whiskeys.
-Chesterfield Bourbon Whiskey.--;-


@JUST RECEIVED:
33 pieces -Sea Island" Percales, (shirt waist styles) 1-yard
w ide, 15c v a lu e ............................ ..... ....................................... 12 12c y ard
19 PIECES STANDARD 36-INCH PERCALES.....................................Oc yard
IW"MAIl, ORDERS PIROMPTI.Y AND CAREFULLY FILLED.-O


tA I A R FORBES.


-AT-


lick Apostle's Restaurant.
Befainning next taturimw I will servo a
thegular Dinner, fro.ni il:;A) tJ 2::io each
day. at .-5i ceota.
bhort Orders Promp :y itvrved all Hours
of Day or Night.
Fish and Oyst.rs n All Style;.
Nic'" At ostle.


J. M. BILLIARD & CO.,
-Manufacturer- and Dealers in-


Carriages, BggirieC, Wagons anl Drays.

S -- .ep3iring Attcnded to Promptly.= -::


P!-SA-4L~FLA


Schwartz,

Proprietor.


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, MARCH 27, 1900. 7

TAKING THE REINS. I -czMA. ITGMIG EUMOSM AFTER CUBAN RAILROADS.
During the past winter 19 horses with. Pmlaples Cu.'ed by B. I B.-Bottle Canadlian Symnte1t- Trying to SteIru |
a out records have sold for $43,375, or an PIee go Bofltrers. Control or Then.
Average of $ r2.D22 each. Does your Skin Itch and Burn? CnATTAxOOGA, March 24.-President
Blaisdell nae goig to e4juip a racing Distressing Eruptions on the Skin so T. U. Sauaghnesy nf the Oanasdian Pa.
plant on Half M1o in iand. Eau Claire, you feel ashamed to be seen in com- ciSe Railroad company, accompanied
wis. pany? Do scabs and Scales form on by Directors H. S. McDougall, R. B
T A i Mr. William C. Whitney's unnamed the Skini. Hair or Scalp? Have you Angus and C. R. Hosmer are here en-
2.00 ;i gjine.a colt. Iy Miguel-Aurora. has Eczem"? tkirs, Sore and Cracked? rotate home from Cuba. While here it
A-Men ..eni-ered fur the W.%.t Derby stakes Rash form on thi Skin? Prickling was learned that these magnates have
L Englandi as a 3-year-od. Pain it the Skin? Boils? Pimples? been in Cua inspecting the railroads
At the late Bonner sale five of the get Bone Pains? Swollen Joints? FAling of he iand w a in ew to obtaining t* riI
of Ansel. "2.t:. none of which had a rec- Hair? All Run Down? Skin Pale? control of aU he milave and consohi. n
orn. ,old, for an average of $73S, while Old ores? Eating Sores? Ulcers? dating it into one system. *
the sire brought only s150. All these are symptoms of Eczema In the event the deal as consummated Of N.I
T!.e orri.town (N. J.) track. which and Impurities and Poi0ons in the is is proosed to extend te railroad
Barney minarest has leased. is the track Blood. To cure to stay cured take line through richagricu!ituraland man.
where Ethan Allen and running mate de- B. B. B. (Botanic Blood Balm) eral regions of the island, ft up resorse It OU "
where Ethan Allen and running mate de- which makes the blood pure and ftt tourists, equip roads with nand Irs.i.n o dy
1 iLfeated 1Xexter more than 30 years ago. hch m. ehe rfor tourists. equip roads with new and li tbody 1
1 AarNTS .t! mo-treetran:c years ago. rich. B. B. B. will cause the sores modern rolling stock and quicken the -t"
rs at matccordinee raes are not handi- to heal, itching of eczema to stop dlock d qoken he
thiscapped acerdig to theirrecords, and forever, the skin to become clear Nor e toh lelndO phy iJ| *
ths sn tle club handicapers will and the breath sweet. B. B. B is %a. Francisco lrre of Plague.
take into consideration the weight of just the remedy you have been look- SAN FRANCISCO. March 24.-The board -a ,a ,
their ,,wnrs. lug for. Thoroughly tested for 30 of trde and other commercial ori-n- .l .i
Genius receives tribute in divers ways. year,. Our readers are advised to f trade and other comercal organ
Maid about W00 pair of Re..ently Mine. Itejane. the famous try B. B. B. For sale by druggists isations of this city propose to ca a r w. ,t- .ad
long legged. a ort legged. French actress, was presented with a at $1 per large bottles (full treat- meeting for the purpose of refutingag n-
slim, fat, pussy, bow handoi.e pair of driving mules by the ment) $5. Complete directions with iaional reports regarding he bauomio
legged, straight leirged king of Portugal. each bottle. So sufferers may test plague which, it is asserted, have iaja- A%".
There is a Baron Wilkes mare in it. Address BLOOD CO., riously affeoed bsineAss interest.
all sorts of legged g ar- o ..",u"* Thomas' stable that bhs been Atlanta, Ga. Describe your trouble There ti no plague sare here and d- C s BREWING C
mnits, as they got out of priced at $?. 3100. On a three-quarter and Free personal medical advice spite the opinion expressed by the board
the Imixes and up onto mile track she stepped a half in 1.(4 and given, of health, the statement is positively .v.A.
our clothing tables, a quarter in 31 seconds. made that noc a single ca"e of that die- r
S our cloth table R -e h.e r. show. ease has been discovered in Chinaown. LEWIS BEAR A CO., Wholesale Dealers. Pem eola-
S' f1* pairs of pants in one CHICAGO CUTLETS. CHICAGO. March 2L--The National Heavy Femuale Rpgletratlon.
day is a good many. but Horse Breeders', Dmalers' and Exhibit- OtVaLAD, March 24-Abat 10,
what ;about them? Some The indications are that things have or association, now holding their an 000 women have regiesered in Cleve- R
are a dollar a pair, good c to the s when C willhave al in this city, have decided land in order to be eligible to vote for a
S out and paet things like conen- to revive the horse show in ncao. in order to be eligible to vote for a
cafsimere pants. Some tions.-O)maba World-erald. The show will be under the aupices of director of schools at the spring eleo- LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE ,ATNTROAD.
are two dollars a pair. The fact that Chicago women have to the association and a company with tion. The indications are that fully as IN EFFECT JANI:ARY 27. 100.
good c:as-imere pants. earry arns to protect themselves from $25,000 capital stock will be formed to many more will register today. Here.
Some are three dollars a tihui' ,:~ht to ,'t :is a check to the manage it. tofore the number of women voters has No. 2. N.o.. No. .. ..
vaTniTy of the inhailhitl:uts.-New York been continued to a few hundred. The 12:45 noon ll:2a p m Leave .... Penesacola.....Arrive 4:13 p i 5:n m
pair. good cassimere ^, 1. ale of Mlineral Lnlds. uniu&Al heavy registration by the 2:15p in 12:.)itnght Arrive ..... Flomaton.... Arrive 2:43 p 2:.'a m
pants. Some are two,. (i,.~ ; ha hila no prairie firs in its KNOXVILKE. March 24 -A syndicate women is the result of agi action in fa- :. Mp a m A Mobile ... Arrive l:.nmn '.:2 nigmt
three and four dollars a w :i this v. inter. luit shooting the oomposed of Ohio capitalists has pur vor of keeping the public schools out of 6:00 inm I :10a m Arrive ...Montomery... Arrive :am l :0pm
riair. gd wilted patT iis t <' ii-ag river is sufficient politics. 6:5 am 7:10p rm Arrivele.Arrve :1 a :am *
air. good worted paint-. 111 ."T i.,r a n.-Ist. is chased the Gordon tract of land lying 12:25 noon 1 2::0)a m Arrive ... Loui~ville....Arrive .:12pm 2:.am
(;. , *i.i r: . t. Ins. in Fayette county. Va. The price paid Editor Su s e*'r ltaija ge*.. 4:0i pm I 7:4 ia m Arrive .... Cincinnati ....Leave f:4.pm II:0pm
l-,-, I:: j.r','-t i. yviz to introduce was $s00.000 cash. The tract comprises OPKIUIAK. Ala., March 24--Mr. W. BEW W i PENSACOLA AND JAACKSONVILLE.
.~, ,I ..... t tint u 8.W 0 acres and abounds an timber and T. Wear, editorof The industrial News.
th.e i minerals which will be developed wish.
..r t t o h.}g:ius. delay has filed suit in the circuit court here
ou No. %1. No._ No.3. No. I.
InIIAfT .. ;" ''" i"e:it"" t" 'r i '"'e".i oi., against Gorgi E. Driver. T. D. Poer, 11:56night 7:) m ................. Penacola ... .ll:pi:pm
SU :.l r,. :.' ,: fn, ii i:a tfinil Eugene J. Hall, the poet and pub- H. F. Lowe. H. 0. Jernigan, Wiley 12:5:night 7::. am ... Milton lo:-tim 6:20pm
t .;.i v if he lisher, says that one dcse of Folev's Ross, R. Green. Jr., P. D. Tay. 4:, i :am DeFunikprings.......i Ipm l 2pm
I, 1. . large hum- Honey and Tar restored his voice lor and J. W. Williams. Jr., members 7:( am 11:1. a .........Marana...... ... :ipm l:tnoon
lar.e num- sthreatd of the city council, for $50.000 damages S:15 am l2:e~noon .. river Junction . 5::p m lo:0am ,
S; when hoarseness threatened to pre- for publishing him on account of .o. .al........ .......... l:4 pm ..Tallahassee ..... .. pm ........... :r3
S,, r l,,i.. ,f ,u,in,.s; on vent his lecture at Central MLusic charge made In hipaper againsthem. 7:h5pm ... Jacksonville ... 9:am :
.i, \,: :!r. i,- n.,,l ,4 rf,,rnrz Hall, Chicago. Nothing else as c- m .
buy pants for adver- i a, i n., v h-r. li!lin,, oprios aln. good.-W. A. D'Alemberte. Atlasit M.n SulHA dm | O IO S 0 :
( -r u -,,. f ,'lht 'a-I,;,i.r- u.-.,l t, 1w HUKTSVILJa Ala., Ma- h 34-L 0.
/n p o.'e .ge car:i. on on S:, :lay.--'h.v..land Leader. LEGIBLATIVE CANDIDATES UTSVlt Ala March .f
* isinf purpos.ves-fto sound Daughty of Atlanta, traveling agent of AL
SPout. And Delegates to the County Conven the Frank Leslie syndicate of New AND MOST POPULAR BRANDS OF
Sheap. I e hity food pants, "Good Se. that are made ol f, the legislature and the list of dale- wt tagtnmotrTimp. le ad l
t tae"Xi nf 4ii y,.r ltLuIn,,.<.'" r.ltelied the gates to the county democratic con- o
l|e t ia I^ ofe 1.0 d.e...r..' .e ^hDECATUR. Ala. March 24. Will
*h, ,. *Y u arV no ,!,.,'i,,r." vention at Powelton, April 14, en- D"CATLUa Ala. Mach 24. Wll
*ood foods: pantsprorided -Qua,.ak- suawked te duck angri dorsed by the Workingmen's Demo- Dowd, night c o erk of the V Noy K ET ., "
Sly. cratic club News company, shot a tramp :1lt night- "
I f t r **Tlh:t's what I said," cackled the Frh o e who had refused to pay for his lunch.
Sfl the Comforts of ben i e res. rthe Legilature. IN WOOD AND GLASS, LARGE OR SMALL QUANTITIE
ith er' .r C. Moreno Jones. A man named E. Presson, of Pres- j
e front ckes, watch ah day in the year the owners of H. C. Clopton. sonville Kans., wrote a letter the -AT TH-
ht day'h in year the oDYo r s or Ielegates to County Convention. other day, saying the opinion of
slot maliines in New York city pur- Precinct 12-H. H. Wicke F. R everybody in his town who has used w 1
*-ockets. (to watch your chase ioill to of chocolate wi Pou, R. A. Credille, Wm. Carmi- Foley's Honey and Tar is, that it Is
which to fill the machines. chael, Thos. G. Rivers. the very best medicine for la grippe,
Spockts in in the eonhirg days It cost from Precinct 13-J. F. L. Quina. Ar- colds, cough, etc. W. A. D'Alem-
m ifn f ckets nig S in In the coaching days it cost from thur Johnson, J. C. Avery, J. Whit. berte.
to G to go from York to London. ing Hargis, Jas. L. Sweeney. . D X I .
Precinct 14-Gus Eitzen. J. E. GRAND EXCURSION .
,t' ii f/Olur if" e 1ffin.a t0 S Ce Ot AsOe.A. Baars, A. E. Zelius, H. G. DeSilva,
*Sin he _Th Kldl Y I Away 8gigh Jas. O'Brien. Opposite Union Depot, Telephone No. 46.
%li is fettin6 I//f vf Sgaste Precinct 15-Thoe. Johnson, John
,, i "e# #i. a f Jones, F. E. Commyns, V. A. .
*r i a pf p# xDuuham, H. A. Waters. 14m-tf N AO RN Prtirieto r
I D i OBur your wifeoneofthose Smoke DURHAM OCi- WC NOAp r it '-
|r{ rejrexhmeni rockets handsome parlor suites gars at D'Alemberte's. ToGreenville, Montgomery and Bir- *) :
'rom .Marston. Finchu ----- iningham, Saturday night, March PENNLAND RYE WHrHKY -:
Son--_GOLAY--@ 31, leaving Union Depot at 10::J on HROf K IW 8 RMAKH.
regular passenger train. Fire for E BROOKHILL SOUR MAWHISY
| Mll round trin: Pensacola to Mont- lI YELL WSTONI RY WHISK
Grist and Corn Meal Mills, oerry. ;.. to Greenville, ATLATLA BR[WHI COMPANY 8A"
to Birmingham,S550. From Can -UE ATLANTA B EE R-WINQ COMPANY Y S
W Fr III A5.PIS F. GONZAIEZ & CO., Prop S, tonmentsameasPensacola. Parties CELEBRATED BEER-KEs BI'rTLES
desiring sleeper w ill apply to ticket -- . .. . . . . .... ... .. -
\ l I AManufacturers agent in time. Purchase tickets at '
IlOl L CHOICEMEALANDPUREGtOUND ticket ofltce. Tickets good for five M E T H IN G
| VLsenger, train. For further informa- W "-
mas"~ Patronize Home Industry. for there is tion apply to.
1110 lI every rvason you should buy your Meal and ROuT.KINO or 0 E VER D A1i(4***
l l toee du from the onie Manufacturer. P.BTHOA S, [EV ERY DAY i
t X/ *11 Hfor by so doing you eneourate home indun- Pf THOMAS, .-
try. Your money is left in the community Pefisacola.


' T lE ^ if and you in turn are Indirectly benefited. _____________o---_A___Z_---o___
9 11I0 111111 1 1W /X \ In footering the home manufacturer you - - '
W,, ra I contribute to the causeof labor. You owe Try THE NEWS ant Column it A L rE I
SARELYOU /^ w it to the community in which you live and NEW n olun it
-: a rock. plain or fancy ;ait '
S5* t at will keep an able E TW ONE ,O T THe II IITUIi R L IIi, Mammoth tail Groce ry,
,l Iti-y nirllits and day- tee Whether youwant a bigone, R
i ln l one. an expnrlive or a lit.tlpi one.
i ,. r !ve a great vartiety for sjzl- or re d The
i e '*ut i a y.r,1 and f r .t .f them nre luxurious. r hTA cheap. t 502-504 SOUTH PALAOX ST,.
11.0. 110-w fanIlc!U'U5Ie p oN
*.. f..nc "'.u 1lV.DwINGO4 tPf RENT. S. A. F LIEDMAl -r-o). l< xo r 1 1
jwed -a.in- and erv...ed % N :** Wes.t .adside) street,7rootis.i2 F
N.;,pe. -an- n ,,rr $, .0.t"u rtr., AGENTS FOR iW Patrons, New and Old, are Cordially Invited to Visit and Inspect
\ -- K:a'.t liur-rn t ret. 5 rooms. i .. I p
toryn ft-ar svlles, square I5.. their ImmeDse Stock.
4.,..:, -, :..m.r, ; H igh-Grade Liquors. .
t- HBRD .h AIN SOUR MASH,,
I .,.ry, c-.1 VERY FINE; FRIEDMAN'" CELEBRATED OLD PRIVATE
Wr e-Y -. n,. STOCK. 12 YEARS OLD; OLD SILK VELVET. KEN- o--PROPRITOR oi -o
ionrtr. tt.>t TICKY'S PERFECTION OF PURITY, AND
"'-t. -r, '..., LOTS OF OTHER BRANDS WHICH C R O N IG S S H LOO N
*,, "",," 1, n I,. ..-f.~.. -sn" r. SPACE WILL NOT PERMIT o-DEALZR I u
S" '- ", I TO MENTION. 1
.- ; l! puire w,,r.t,,t . ... .. '- Th. Lari:et and Beat Selected Stock of Bottle Whisky and anines, Li o aa
; w.. -. ti,,,.;-i . I 7 I- Ti, W ines for Family lUse.
*, :1i. n *sl, :,"TJUG ETRAD A asrALT.
'.. 'hs: ar, .-ilY r,, t ..i, :, ,--. THE JUG TRADE IS OUR MAIN SPECIALTY.
.% r% ...Corner Belmont and Devilliers 8ts. PENACOLA, LA
SPiatntry. it pis N, .o '1 r Il i,.. ., .4..- ro.., :y Alo Agent for the Famous Pabst Milwaukee Beer. Free Deliv-
i .' s.':I V i' 'tr t. t. 4 r.o:n-. I ery to every Part of the City. .|
..... P.O. Box 41,. PENSACOLA. FLA. Telephone 179. A AE

jTHE Tos oQ "o o. Delmonico Hotel and Restaurant o o iI
LEVYPoO pAT ESTATE

RV ental and Insurance ALL ORDERS SERVED ON SHORT NOTICE i Nails A., oveSaw m and teamboat appa, oo
| V 1AGENTP, AT ANY TIME AT REAoMASAL PRICES. and Heating soe, Paltas, O4s ad Window e1,
L V PENS AI OLAut FLAr. S te. looms fto ent by thl Day, I0uk of oath. 0 Agate aid Tinw-e nd H
31f, 312 lfrth Tamrrp tmt, Ippsit l1ise ll H t. eGan, Pistols and hin.
CO~f N100LA CAS8A 0 O-Teiephone 61.-0 AGENT for Birmntgh-m RolUing illns company, Rever eBlae
0 U NICOLA CAS 'A, ---O-GEO. WILSON & O.,--- Stitched Belting, Northampton Emery Wheel ompany, Lattn Band
i RE&STAURA kNT"-0YZ~w5X'St 8. iDon't Forget to Stop With the Fat Ma-. P
*RESTAURANT---OYZSIS.1. ow* *r* ***** wt th m Powder company. Johnson's. Kalsomlnne, Iron King ad Buck's Btores
|- and Ranges, Wi. ECoupe Co.'s Raw Hide Laee Leather, Masry' Beady
i Dl ?0I Ton Cl1teril, Frmias, Caliks, cgetabllu, FlIU VEGETiBL3ES IEClYi I, OMiill III 1illl. Kase airoad color.
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4 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, MARCH 27, 19CO.


THE DAILY N-iWB:
l*te"nd at the Post Office at Pensacola.
Via.. s eonod-clane matter.
OrI IC: Pitt Building. 211' ll ooth Pala-
Sat street. up-stairs.
PI'BLI4HID BY
TIE JEW8 PUBLISHING 00.
Terms-lnvariably In Advance.
O4N Tear by Mail ...... .. ..
Tg M ontbh "" ... .. ,1 t
Tree Months ""
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0 M Week. by Carrie-r. payable Monday I0

THE WIKKK 1. NJSW:
Patithed every Friday at flt.o per year
Image free.
TELEPHONE NO. 118.

Akw irfsig R fe Fwmiehed on Application.






PBUZ AOOLA. MARCH. 27. 1900.

PRCi CT. DBLIEGATES.
The Nays DIemoeratic Club of Pensacola
4hatnedoreed the following ticket for del-
elater from the city precincts to the Dem-
eMCe County conventionn to be held at
Fereltoo. April 14 and ask that they be
gives hearty support by the voters:
Preinct t 12-c. H. Gingle, DIavid Shee-
baa. Wonm. Bazzell, J. 1. Mxiwell, and T. F.
Wrgshton.
Prtctnct I:-W. A. Blount Thos. Hannah.
Joba christie. J. tieo. Waite and W. T.
Precinct lt--Goo. ltrown. Jos. 1. Johnson.
J.0. Mcaiughey. John Pfrelffr and J. E.
Precinct I,-E. H. Putnam. John West.
Wni. eiitett, J. E. Abercrombie and W. A.
Iutinatm.
CAK-NEilE and Frick have agreed
to aglee. and with their partner?
and other' have formed a gigantic
steel trusts, capitalized at two hun-
dred millions, from which they can
hereafter reap still more enormous
profits. *unbeknownst" to the pub-
lic. All the more reason why the
protective tariff on steel, which
makes such profits and such combi-
nations possible, should go. Is n't
the work of overthrowing these ri-
gantic conspiracies agait.'t the in-
terests of the American people large
enough and important enough to
con-titUte a winning i. ue for the
democratic party this yeai?
IN an excellent editorial declaring
for tne support only of straight-for-
ward. honiet, right-minded men for
democratic candidate-,. and the
rigid exclu-loi of tricksters and
profde-ioual politicians, the (aint--
wille Sun well says:
Theatrength of the democratic party of
Yior.da has an the past proved to bea men-
ace totbe principles of the party and to the
best tater-est of the people. Those who ex-
ert the most influnctei in the organization
4 f the party have boen amply warned of the
danger that lurk in ti t- profit-ring of en-
-couragmo-*nt to a cla-s of men who seek af-
nce for purely selflsh gain. Such men are
not friat dia of t-t, democratic party, nor
does their elevation to office strengthen
iue party or advance its principles. Tho-
party should encourage only those whose
records ju.lify encourage inent, %ho call be.
.-p*-nded upon to strengthen Instead of
weaker the organization. ab l- in- to lolu-iton ot th oth-rs- to defeat t h.
will t thl- pwo- pl, lhy -;the-r deceptive lit-atl:
a r by t *a. deo-nac t of public Sent-l n t.
l-'orer ireervation.
Few will dnotay It.at the xi-ting
practit'e- of ltiiiberien., i:; cutting i
tln b tit,. oc-r.tt are t .0, youiti, 'or bxinit oldl trees(
: o.. " .!. ar l, t,;i'l:::: the fr-
4 @t row t h -< Ii it .: catn lo-v -r boe
re;plac'tl. TL-. -y l,.ave tn young
tr-ee. uni-" at .at- *1, l,*rio n thow fore t-,
an i, re-pl;,', d I v ut-it ly wort hle-s
.crub atk.
The gov' -*:nie:!t', for-,try autlorr-
ltie w'. il,- 'Xi'-lliding "lormin a -l* tilUAilui **l.,borate inv,+-tiga-
f.tns' andtl publi-hini costly hooks
about lt:- lir or red-oak or other
mucagro- or value-io-ae' irowtl) of tlh-
Northwe t. i .v'e be n criminally
lte;ligetit of t!. pine growths of then
toutli ; t t- ltl:C le-gi-Littr- i ve
t..en o qt .ily\ i.. '..' l; .t ini ,:ilin.|i to!


provide ,a -1. lumt fore-: ,rott etioI liv
law; and tfe!e *;4-, qienI- 1 i- the x-
Ist*-itt *,': v. -; t:.,d':- ol d1-:i,u edd
forest l. ui l'r ;, ,,'ll, y w ,ort ,-,--z ft i
atly pur|'--i- ;:: ; i; r,-:-o a ,I ;.: ortail-
ity by a lo:. :-t ,nx;-;-iv.'- co'ir--
T ,f f lt ;,I :1- *I .
A t!.aIV : : : :. ,. r c-. nt
iate of '.t H- k- Ni -
T t ii. .. t I N .
itr lta I :' *. t 1.1- i :i..;i .l ,-t t: i-
flung t'ao em," :as.-tia'' of do'-1 ,**ai:: ;i fa r
lao d. Ti' t. .il 1 . I h l o Il. iaI. id
hal a lDeT' : : '." ", J w i t 1 h ,. pt '- v it-.
hou t lb.'re ;itl ..i ... *- iy ,o<,;,l :: ti
bath ptow-I t pi.0 I. iru in mlao Il'.i th,.
ol-s t,: i.- ': f :: sato i 1aIn. '. If It '
tur; n't Ioa.:I s 'tai ultiHko ;; .- I.'x- *- 11.
ouch i s ;inot ; t kil :* '1- ir-i ,!i :t year
Ctr tan Iii- : ji-i.:' ry A. :l I o0- olne to t1 wl -
cotmel ari ie '-; '. 0 f .i-iat u w lt o vlly box
lthelarger tr,.os- a;.l give thie sapling+ a
char ci to .;,w oliol r' pl.-:ll.lh tIle forest, !,-
woald i w as cuminin-ldatol- as th- farnner
who cuat one t-ro

other. But he -imniply lays waste about him
idm akesaedeseit whber.- a forest grew.
lleocari no: for thedruuthsnor the freez,-s
fdsereton tssureto bring upon the land.
He ruins toe farmer. who is at the bottom
o all tie teal and Iasting prosperity of a
coeatry. but it matters not to him.
Wille lorida frat-ts are rapidly heing
deastataed.andlaw lifts no bindering band.
1: ia. uterettlng to in t- what is beaug done
t. the states %hers tae same folly has
wraought tieaime ruin in years past. * *
Oneuf the firs tbiil introduced in the
nest le.islatur- lhiould be one creating a
forest, game and fls- commitaon with full


state as well as the guardian of its richest
resources.
Doub'less many bona fide owners
of turpentine farms and timber
lands are exempt from the charge
of destroying when it should be their
interest to preserve; but there are
many who do not expect anything
in the future from their land", and
simply strive to get all from them in
the present that they will yield.
The suggestion for a commission
ij a good one. and should receive
the thoughtful consideration of our
lawmakers.
THE SHIPPING BILL.
A Measure, Which. If Passed. Will
Mean Much for Pensacola.
Editor The Daily News:
Much is said in certain newspa-
pers about our laws denying to
American citizens the right to pur-
chase foreign-built ships. Of course
you know that our laws have
never denied this right to any Amer-
ican citizen? You are no doubt
aware that some 200,000 or 30,000
tons of foreign-built ships are at this
moment owned by American citi-
zens? Does not Capt. John Codman,
the most persistent advocate of free
ships, admit that there is nothing to
attract foreign-built ships under our
flag unless they are permitted to en-
gage in our protected coastwise
trade?
Will you not explain what it is
that would induce Americans to pur-
chase foreign-built ships and place
them under our flag? Are not for-
eign ships given every privilege in
our foreign trade that is enjoyed by
American ships?
Who are the American owners of
foreign-built ships that are asking
the privilege of American registry
for them? If, under our fLig, such
-hips would bq eligible to receive
sub-idies and bounties, or to engage
in our coastwise trade, that might
explain why they would desire
American registry; but is there any
other reason?
Of what benefit, since the close of
our civil war. has the British free-
ship statute been to British shipown-
ers? Have Britons gone to other
countries to purchase ship-? I- it
not a fact that the British free-snip
act has not appreciably aided in
building tip the British merchant
marine?
Granted that the purchase of Brit-
ish-built ships by foieigners i eof
benefit toGreat Britain, where does
it benefit British shipowners.
What other nation than the United
States denies the right of national
registry to foreign-built -hip- owned
lly its citiz-en-?
During the past thirty-five years
has any other nation leniedl that
right to its citizen.-? I. then. the
free-ship policy is an .i,!va;itage to
maritime nations, why are not all of
S-uch liation-s doing at lea-t th.- bulk
of their own foriitll carrying under
their own flag-? If it be- admitted
that one or two nations have bene-
fited to a certain extent under a free-
ship policy, what has prevented all
of tnll-n froan be nt'efiltiing rnd r it'.
Wh'ht nation- have built uip their
inmercantile marine through ti i, foe
retgi-try of foreign-built ihip-TH
At.,x. R. SMirriH.


Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup prevents pneu-
nit tit in or IWITniin aiet t I o ito n(i I ii. anu, -. 'I !ji.-
co--Ieto rot ted rroiia-t ii!iicar., a o,okii ior o''1J
;orootiv Iv. i'- t a'- t ie tel-t i ta.oLci ;i- ,tor: f;
K fi n -e(J i uz ii Lt ioou Li.- anid ci- it.),i *l : c a
boo01t t;-. -
M~tsl,-2.LE
Reant tit Paatfiic schfm-oIl itt-ar-. (Chit-
tee's "o ail. M trc-li211. 119040. 8 'itia

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M l" (< I' \\ illla mll \ eil Ifl.
i'ianiao M ,lo--"\'tift lab ntz aiool "'-i
.M31 s B,.---a- Mas-ett.
S.lo-i*-l.-ecte-. M i- Ca t hon
.M U cIaS I-lt t itatio --"-A i> tel s weot lieart
of tlIII." Ma1-. (igai Who:te
SoIo-- ,cltceo M a .1 . l'e t-,:,
Vnl n O, ,t)lf!'."ti ..... -- H .-an i-
I'eano 8S,;.o--"td '' Lou Carl -i,:rne
11l-. A. lii 1 ;to ,' o.
tecltatiol- *I i- Hatitl. -hip M. intt -t
.. M i-- Mitii fin Hfrt"
So)lo-' -fo T'-T-" e KoVen
\11-- -t-ll!; \Vht..-
-o ho'ti oi t ti iie ( )rct e-t r:a
K. and I). ft Tabl r.
Thi, I international order of Twelve
Kui 'lit- aidt Da Ilighter- ,f 'Tabof will
It ol4 at1del 'itatiola ; antd ( i t.c:lo:i oi
toi ibl-toin- to lir- illn o,;';y *f Sir
Kni,!it Alfr.tl \VWilliam-. ion :,y.
April 2. at 2 o'clock p. in. ; I .'
ein' teryv. Rev. v M, .JOM(lo! 'ti8' .l
(. WV. (-tille hlyv-' I0-;l t- vnf Ito
ie;ti 'tt il:t)*'r :air", r q ci e-t-t 1 toip i!- : a',
tli, I'all :it I1 o'.loek p. in. to tor ..
thei --rvit'-o ('itizi 'l:- nt;' i C !, .l.ilyv
tIvi:tl ,toe att.thl'd

..!tten Fale's openi;i lto-
morrow. Thur.'dlay /frd Fri-
daiy.
lH.inahi Bri-'. are aen:- foro )e-
\V,,- -(, Co's:; 'Cure, Diarrhl t It--mn-
+-(ly and Wi'cil Hazel *Salve. T'hey-
i a r. 0ate.' all thra- of the-e pre;par::-
'io.; .at i will clheerfuily relund tih-
litnoiv tio :at oy >il' IW ho1 ti;-e-'i t,.ellt
with '* i:.r lint-efitt Pr'ic- "-
("-;'t each.


GRAND MILLINERY OPENING


At Coman, 'rieidmai & Co's Bi| Baciet

Store.
We beg to inform our lady patrons
and all the ladies of Pensacola that
we have transferred our millinery
department down stairs in the rear
of the dry goods department.
Our Grand Millinery Opening,
with unequalled variety in style and
quality. will take place THLURS-
DAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY,


Attention. Eaambia Plie:,.. (
lReg..,F S f

In co-mpiiance with i
SNo 4. 3rd Bat.. l-t -it .
me-eting will be hield
hall. Tue-day. Matrci -
o'clock p. in.. for t
nomliniatini a cap:ai
Ist Liput. l-t It... -'.
Co,,. I.


cine. At Eugen- A t,

Best that rloney Lw i DU
W e will ltundsr -...
S15 cents each and ii,.a .
.....nw.I ...n..... .*.....-.-.., ,...................,.' like new. Star La.: :


w t QID mniuiM DROWNED IN THE BAY.
WARl UllhlO i|! "R1esan John" Titts of the Saunder
Fleet Falls Overboard.
Shortly after 8 o'clock last nigh
New York, Texas and Machias John Titts, known as "Russiat
En Route Here. John." one of the crew of E. E
Saunders & Co's smack Favorite
was drowned by falling off the Pala-
* Admiral Farqubhar Offici-ally Notines fox wharf.
Watchman Sadler reported tha
Commander Reitainler That They he heard a heavy fall and a splash
Will Bail From Gatleston To-day, in tne water, as if some one hac
Weather Permitting-Pilots Notified fallen on the deck of the smack
Marie Hoxie, moored at the whar.
to Watch nut For Them. with the Favorite lying outside anc
Commander W. W. Reisinger of alongside. He went to the place a'
the Pensacola navy yard received, once. and with the aid of Captain
official notificatioa from Admiral Antone Petersen of the Marie Hoxie
official notification from Admiral who is known about the wharf as
Farquhar this morning that, weather I*-Capt. McGinty," investigated the
permittinir. the flag ship New York, i cause, anti discovered the body of
battleship Texas and gunboat Ma- Titts in the water. They recover
chiawill sail from Galveston to-the body after some difficulty, bul
chias will sail from Galveston to- too late to re-uscitate the unfortu-
day for Pensacolh. nate man.
Commander Reisinger at once no- The supposition is that in passing
tified the Bar Pilots' as,-ociatiou to from the wharf to the Hoxie, on hi
be on the lookout for the vessels., mistep and in falling struck hi,
The flag ship New York wa- built head on the wharf, causing insensi-
in 1890. She is an armored cruiser ability.
of S.21,) ton, displacement,1 has The remains were taken charge ol
of 8.2.>.> tons displacement, hao. a by a member of Star of the Sea as-
speed of 21 knots an hour, is 17.401 by a emberof Star of the Sea as
horse-power and cost f2,96Z.0(MJ. sembly. K. of L., of which the d--
Her mai battered consists of x ceased was a member, and removed
er BLm Runs and twelve 4-inch to the undertaking establishment ol
inch B L R guns, Northup & Wood.
rapid fire guns. Her secondary bat- The occurrence has caused deep
teryconsists of eight 6-pound rapidT'
fire, four one-poutid rapid fire and regret among the friends and ac-
four gatlings. Her length on load quaintance of the deceased, and
water line is Q).3A feet; her extreme dia l:lags halon the bay front are
breadth is 64.1". Her normal eol displayed at half-mast to-day in
breadth is 64-I. Her ortl coal honor of his memory.
supply is ,0A) tons and her bunker honor of his eor
capacity is L.'20 tons. She has three
torpedo tubes, is well armored and Ittend Falk's opening to-
her compliment is 40 officers and 521, OrrowI, Thursday and Fri-
men.
T'he battleship Texas was built in day.
ISy9. is of 6.315 tons displacement.
has a speed of 17 knots an hour, is of The best 5 cent Cigar
s .000 horse power and cost $2.54i,aNH.'
Her main battery cons ists of tw" 12- on the market is the
inch B L R and six 6-inch 11 L R DURHAM. Try them at
guns. Her secondary battery con-.
sists of six 1-pound rapid fire, four37 D'Alemberte's.
nin H RCaand two Oatling guns.
Her length on load water line is
301.4 feet. extreme breadth 64 1 feet. -
and mean daught 22 6 feet. Her ior-
mal coal supply is 500 tons; bunker
capacity 8W0 tons and she carries four
torpedo tubes and is splendidly ar-
mored. She has a complement of
:W62 men.
l'he gunboat Machias was here re- Photographic Artist,
gently. at which time a full de-crip- 2041 South Palafox St.
tion of her was printed. .. o
An official survey of the channel wat it' -et ion (. iarniteed.
showed 3:3 feet of water. but in order
to prevent an\y mi-calculation it wa- -.
reported safe at 31 feet through the G- R .. ..
entire length of the channel at inean
low tide-. ..i
It i- not yet ktiowti W!:-thr ti# .T T
war hip- will coal lt-,re or vl:tt thP
length of their ;t;iv wil l ,.1. Oirrel-- IT E W m1
will be re-ce-ived for t!.hne al: r th, ir
arrival.
Our society people will no dioubt Wd a I,
arran_,- to give Ad(i ir,,l FI-':,t tir
:.:d li- tlcers a royall r'c-':i '. MARCH 28th AND 29tb,


It i- very hard to t 11d Mi:.- i'y mlti
e-e. I tlr dear o nes -zu IT 'r \vt;iit;' .l%;i It-
ing the arrival of the doct,.:. An
Albany N. Y. i dlairyn.1i C:.il]"-i :at a
ilig .-tore there for a d,,oc:,or :o<,o;:e
.titdc se his child. then very sick
with croup. Not fitdina the lector
in. he left word for him to, c 'ol- at
,.nce on his return. Hle al-i blouilht
A b)ottle oif ('hlima berlain' (teoiilih
I n d(.. wl'hichli he hoped wouldhl live
-oile relief until the doctor -.hotlld
arrive. Inl a few hours htie r'-tu tl d.
-iivinir the doctor needd lnot c- in'-,. a-
th-- chiil wa-z lilu'h lster. The


lruItt:i-t. Mr. O)tto Shol)l. -;ayv thie
fail has since r'-o'Cnit, '-nded
('Chaiiberlin F (Cocihi lt-u (a iy to)
tio-ir nIeiihtori- tI(d lilethtI nn:til lhe
;ia a -t, n- iit d(-iAiiiil tor it Iroin
th'-t t o t ,f thie Co.ittty. 1-'.r -ale '
,y H [ tll s -,;- .- ,'.-. *. ,l\,ia; .x'
- street.

Attend Falk's opening
to-morrow, Thursday and
Friday.


William labnson & Son.


SHOES,


CLOTHING,


Gents' Furnishing Goods Department.

SPECIAL-456 Pairs Ladies' Oxford Tie., -ize- I to 3'.. w. r:
$2.25 to $3.00 ...............................................
60 Pairs Ladies' Button Shoes. sizes 1 to 6I .................
Th-.. ti'- r a in( Kidl ,Sh/, sa o 'h r',,m :.-** ',**
Elegant Line of Misses' and Children', Strap Slipper; and ,\-
Celebrated Merriam Make. Black. Tan. Red and Full 1'.,: L
I'p to Date Style-.
Ladies' House Slippers at...................-,.. T .'. $ .1 il :
Xg SEE OU-R SHOW WINDOW FOR MEN SHoE.H 1!
To Arrive Next Week. New Line Boys and Youth'- .- ,L-. (
Burley Stevens' Make, Nobby. lp to Date. I)u: dol..

Biggest and Best Selected Line of Men's and
Boys' Shirts in the City.
* We are now in a Position to Offer thf. Public (;reat V.ti. -
Youth-'" and Boys' Clothinmr. h:atvn; in Stock Over a 1:
Suits to Select front .
Men's Pant- in Endless Variety fron....................5c- o
Our I.ne of Neckwear Compri-,-- Every Style Kr.owia t. -
C('orless, Coon & Co.*% Collar 11114id ('li '.


i IBilliam .oljnsou Doll.



Buggies! Buggiesi Buggies!


A SOLID CAR LOAD. Stylish Stick Seats!

sI I I Pretty Phaetons.
AR L worries: fioad Carts, Open E : L


Any and Every Style!


Top Buggies.


BEST MAKES, LATEST STYLES.

First Come, First Served; They Won't Last Long.
Yt t- We will Allow Youi Somethinz for t iat O() II;u:--y
Ain't but Fifty Ce-nt-.







LENTEN SPECIAL LTITES


MHS. L. COHEN'S SOL CAH N & C O'S.


B( tNEI:LESS (Ol)FISH,


Intndlenci near PalFOR Stt


Quality.

Never t x;perimiie-nt with eo important
an articles, a-

CANDY.

It i- thi Hi,'ii Quality of AI lI EN'S
Ze-! I t i'i1 t:ttloi .

NO AIl ALTERATION.
A-1- -ou>r od. ol- r for cand ini .l oh i


Ti P Je's FreIcli PccN61 & C o.il O -
Wil moveintheirelegant new quarters, len anddy I"Mf Co.
II Sou h Palafox stre-t, in the Singq-r
Sewing Machine Co's. store, March 26th. I'NSAC(OL \. FL.\
Onandafterthat ditethey w:ll be found;
there.


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


MIO NTAIN


IVNT TONIC;
Everybody needs a tonic these
lazy spring days to drive away that
tired feeling. Mountain Mint Tonic
does this. It invigorates and puri-
fies the blood. It cures the worst
cases of indigestion. It cures per-
manently all stomach troubles. It
makes the sick well; the weak
strong; and it gives one who is all
run down a new lease 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
best tonic they ever used. It does
more than we claim for it. One dol-
lar per bottle. six bottles for five dol-


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SJIIRtEI)DF lcolti-


SMOKED HALIBUT'.
Clt(MART'lY BLO)ATERS. JIIILLANDiH-:;
S-TOCK' P-lI


i'1'EITERED JIERI.I.N;.


ANCHTOVIES IN


1()I' A I'E- A' S !-C1. C ANTS.


4 ) IVE -' FAt1 1: ',-


"BUY THE BEST."


ECONOMY !';


-.OurIce CA.oa Freezers',


CRAND


SPPEiN OPENING


MILLINERY
-Al-
SBOWERS & KRUSE'S
Wednesday. March 28th.
ftald ('olitirnulni all
-. t ith- we-ok
r Hat. ,:o,,! Pr,,es. S.-/a
'"r TI em.sl', ,
ou are 'ordiallv Invitead
toAttenid.






MISS R. NEWELL,

DRESSMAKER.


I L <,,, :aoe i;!:. r tV a!i f,-: r
i ;' in tli<,:n to ynt.


C-B.


GERSON,-(


107 South Palafox

Roscs--Carnations.
I am selling the pro):u,-t ,of th I: -er-m nt :Dl flighlanI l' to
Montgomery, and on twe.v' ho'is' ro0t!c c.AD furn:-h any amo in: 'f
and Designs wanted.
Carnations 75c per dozen, Deoi.-r' I
American Beauties S3.50 to $4.90 per dozen,.
All Other Roses $1.50 to $1.75 per dozen, to yu.


Ring Phone 329.


MISS VIOLZITE MORENO.
323 W ,-t <,r-: "


Investigate the Convertible Term Contracts
---IaF THi:--
ld ]P:ini Mit.iialn Tifo TnS Co.


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CA N -N F 1) TV N' N E Y F I -! I -


"'A I~iNJK ,f ill:',


SALMI)N -,-FAK.


CIIA'M CHOWDEIK


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, MARCH 27, 1900.


eO*L DUST.


*ow Far Apart i'd They Livet 't Will Is k- N it*-e. mni-ntation. mlent Las been yrrpaed by the comp.
1 was :i t.i- l., i. iay." said WASHINTN March -6,-The senate trull2r of he current y showing the
ta otnit t'.i.- U. i" ..'ll. :1 hill i cmmit:e cii 'utr o Rico has decid-d number and Ic.v tono rianonal banks
A oN tI11 1. i i: a: ;il b ill n ;u p u b tit o.-gaa ;-'aio.i ni;d3r 1te
uhi4'h I ,, .I :; .. t2"4-rstd. Onl to mlake noo reconmuendation on the prvisio3a, t-e unceul bUl approved
the I ;!L.- I. Tlr .1 :'. st.tit n..r tariff featuor of the Puerto Rican bill March 4. 19JO. Tnetse banis number
tnme t. -,:'..l:i t.:"In i .r- .%i cres inok- until after iit.. ae:on or une Republica aLouj 4ou in aill and with the exception
i:g 11l .1 .,, -'i. "' f,,,l ,wit caucas to bW h'id ta s afternoon. ot lu ,r 12 each will nave a capital of
w:,',l-. n -' jl I ,.,,,;i y .> v r- (rousd.l Hi 1 i1-e- Itruke-n.
At:.:;i NEW YORK. March 26 -Real work Strikers R-turin to Work.
., 't .::" i ... :.1 i 0,, on the No ew Yotk $6 ti.000.OJ)0 tunnel for CHICAGo. March 26.-Over WOJstriking
l^a '.. . ^ ..:.'".......ii l.r' 1undergroan4 railway rapid transit has machinists, formerly employed by the
:. ofI.Vf vr.,:a v'. t-, I ,. s l,.ive been begun at Bleecker and Green Siemens & Haiske Co., have returned
:. ., streetse, on lowering the B:eecker street to wo.& our that corporation. their ae-
"..:.., I ,. I,,. leveL manas having been compared with. The
** !:. .:: I :" ir .: negolt -- -- negoiations were conducted through a
rilI.t .-tart ''..<- .: :. !;" rI.::" A. R. De Fluent, editor of the shop committee, instead of 1me waiting
*"l i I. 1 I". a' ;i i t i- 1;:t S! .:tirt .J,,rnil. Doylestown. Ohio. -utTered do.eates.
pi -.- r :i ri.'it -::;: i .:.t >;.rt plce for a number of years iron rheuma- New fora Hubs Talk*.
touth. ..:::!": ti-ni in his rictht shoulder and side.
l"\V<.1. it i tho e i.i-ces; just a ra~-lt s.:iart pit-c.', wa,. entirely useless. I tried Cham- last. March 16. a baby was born to Sn-
colon'l. bherlain's Pain Bilm, and was sur- san Ann Lawrence, a aegro, and spoke
"*Tbe.n tat t:mst Il the r-ason I pri-ed to receive relief almost imme- three times by calling itsmother "Mam.
nilt.ml it. I wdt too far around the diately. The Pain Balm has been a mai mm." The baby, of corMe, lea
rier constant companion of mine ever grL
river lwnl." sinee and it ever fails." For sale
"Now. these gentlemen underst(ioI by lHannah Bros., 21 South Palafox "I think I would go crazy with
each other l-wyond a doubt. But what street. pain were it not for Chamberlain's
I want to know Is. how many miles Pain Balm," writes Mr. W. H. Sta-
was It from the major's plantation to Medical Bociety. Attent on. platon, Herminie, Pa. "I have been
the general's? Anl for the life of me There will be a regular meeting of afflicted with rheumatism for several
I can't solve the quettlon. It haunted the Pensaccla Medical Society at years and have tried remedies with-'
me tM that I stumbled two or three the Board of Health office at F out number, but Pain Balm is the
timfe b when eutmbequetirtly making my o'clock p. m.Tuaay. March 27. bet medicine I have got hold of."
argument twfore the committee. cf Visiting physician, are cordially ne sapplication arelieves ,the pain.
wbk-h tibes two members formed a invited to attend. afox street
part."-Washington Star. D. W. MoMILLr.w. M. D., x treet.
President Rules for Lent.
kpphhlo t Al1I *'n... E. F. Baucc, M. D..
t mmoly blleyed that the Secretary. Mint All the faithful who have enm-
"It s commonly believed that the pleted their twenty-first year and
sapphire Is known only as a gem of a who have not begun their sixtieth
rich velvety blue in color." observed an B A R G A IN S year, and who are not exempted frt m
experienced dealer In precious stones the obligation of fasting by sickness,
to the writer the other day. "As a hard work or other well known rea- \
n:atter of fact, the sapphire occurs in sons, are obliged to fast on all the
various bues. In Ceylon. for instance. IN- days of Lent, except Sundays.
wh,.re, tle. finest -niens of this gem On those days but one full meal is
a.re foub inest p iensof ta ee allowed, which should not be taken
re found, it ranges fromn the soft el- before noon.
vt-ty blue to the pe aneok blue. grado- eal Estate Custom allows a cup of coffee, tea
ated in the latter to an almost faultless or thin chocolate. and a small piece
w white. It also o-curs In whites, greens of bread or a cracker, to be taken in
and yellows. the latter shade toing $1000 will buy lin acres of land nnrtb the morning; and in the evening, a
known as the oriental topaz and the of tbecityandwestoftioulding collation, not exceeding the fourth


green tl-e oriental emerald.
"The white sapphires are often found
clouded or strieked with blue. so that
innoy specimens are cut which are
,hlte w hen looked at transversely, but
having a lbit of fne blue tlit on the un-
der point Then there is t!ie red sap-
phire. or Ceylon ruby. It is valued as
highly as the finest BHurnise rubies.
Thotw most hilhily priz-.: are of rkhi
pigeon blood or rose re d *.hl>r.
"Sonme vry tine a(pptinires l::ve lbienr
ond In Montana during tle pe:att tien
**ara. The Anii .riH:n cn' are- lir hti
Ie. lihue grn'-u. gr,4en !' :i I p: :k. blut
;:.e de'p lItle tailnd red stonri. whtih are
blefly Into demand a:. Je.weIls. have so
far never l'wen disvo.i.-re.i In any part
of this couutry."- tS':l;,i:ge'n i Siar.


The Noo mer nn. A Rockland iotuni: ii:aia i.- the, o w-ner
of a anart roer :.iil ha- oloti ente'r-
talaed suKpitcin'I that lie bird might
bave inherited g:iy I V." *,n:-:(-t.ristics
from stome lon~g forgite ii itcsltor. To
apply this theory In ain actual tet he
went hotne the otlihr i:'ghil. surreptl-
tiously e-onve'y-d li- ;n: r i.r limirror into
the ben pen and -li.l it It-fore the g;me
of the wotlderistg "roositer.
The youngg man u as not kept lorg in
suspeave as to the bisrd's tightilng ual-
itles. After a brief. lunrediulous glance
at the proud redect.tion in the glass the
rooster descended upon the object with
spurs set and wrath glehaiinieg from
each tw'adllke eye. Ther- were a crash.
a sla ih and a clatter, and when the
dust and feathers cleared away the
young spor:;nian tsto,l. a dismayed
aip-tiator. in the it:tir 4r a e :lt of
ruins fotrnt'd of lbruk.t :i;rror. saits
and Ipulverized pilai te .. 1as
lie is now sntis'ied .:ith the rooster.
tint how,- lie ?squaredl hi tiisort about the
lrfkLn u mirror i.s uot Luowu.-Hangor
'.hii aud Courier.
The Eklsmo*' Il.ver.
Itoes every one Lnow in what notable
physical particulars the Eskimos wl.o
live in te far nortlih differ frunii us teui-
irat, zine |I'ohl'. It will be rememti-
hlered that half a dozen or niore Eski-
mios 'amei to New\ York from the arctic
.one % ith one of l.eutenaut 'Peary's
ho, ,i- i.ar-ties. %l.t os f Ithei,, dio


$20f00 will buy ') acres adjoining city
&O W will buy four (Ii jqolil block'
411100 and a coed even room house
This property Is in New Lity.
will buy -7i. acres between Rie
$4000Bayou and Ltttie. Bayou. Tbih
property b ha a water front on the bay: also
on Big Bayoa and Little Bayou.
$t0 will buy onf of thoe best rest
t dances on Wet tHiil. M'itunatod
on -trt car line; has ;1 rooms and all iuud-
-rnm coLveileaces.
will buy lot wit': "'r ft front on
$PW W Palatof s-!eto. .outb of e.reg.
ory. bhiscan he immediately utilized for
business purpose..
$7f000 will buvy lt with' .'-< ft front or
irekorvy and :;t ft f i out oin AI-
canil and 1:'2 ft fro.,t wii Wriitit. Tbli
pr pertv hat no.e cote t-td son iltind th-re il
plenty of room to build a Oozen hoiue-s more.
'58000 willlbuy handaroea ro idencF
$8000 n Eat tr-,_,o.y betwIee Pala.
fox and Tarragona t reets.
$9000 will b.iv an n** aiRre farm with
$9 0 good hIouce and farm buildmnns
Fl-gant property for truck farming and
rtairv ourDoses. This place is just outsidt
the city limits.
~,0 0 vt' bhuy lot in the= huqlne,
iouVu part of the city aith ila feet
front.


J. E. Stillman & Co,
East Side of Plaza.

AI ,1r PTUvO 1 *'
I RIA.lV) LITEi. A" Y

wi'l b"


The Easter Number
of thec


SNEW


YORK


S, *
SA
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part of an ordinary meal, is allowed.
At this collation, butter, cheese,
milk, eggs and all kinds of fruit.
fish and vegetables are allowed.
When the principal meal cannot
without grave inconvenience be
taken at noon, it is permissible to
take the collation in the morning
and the dinner in the evening.
Abstinence from the use of flesh
is enjoinedd on all the Wednesdays
and Fridavs of Lent and on the Sat-
urday of Ember Week and on Holy
Saturday.
The use of lard is allowed in cook-
Iin r.
Fish and flesh are not allowed at
the same meal, even on Sundays.
Egzgs. cheese, milk and butter may
be used every day. but abstinence
from a'l of these is recommended on
Good Friday.
Persons exempted from the obli-
gation of fastiug are not bound by
the restriction of using meat but
once a day on the days in which the
use of meat is permitted by di-pen-
sation.
Children over seven years of age
are bound by the law of abstinence,
unless excused by sickness or other
causes.
The paschal time, in which all
Catholics who have come to the
years of discretion are bound to re-
ceive holy communion worthily, ex-
tends from the first Sunday of Leot
till Trinity Sunday, inclusive. Chil-
dren over seven years of age are
bound by the precept of annual con-
fension. Pastors and parents should
see that the children comply with
this duty.
The holy season of Lent is a time
of prayer, of sorrow for sin, of seclu-
sion from the world and itAs amuse-
menta, and of generous almogiving
By a special indtlt granted to the
bi-hops of the United States for *-en
years, dating from M.Iarch 15, 1895
working people, who cannot easily
Observe the common law of the
church. are dispensed from the ob-
lization of abstinence oni all days of
the year except Fridays. A-h
Wednesday. Holy Week and Christ-
mas Eve. This dispensation does
not exempt from the additional ob-
lization of fasting, where such ex-
i-t-. nor does it authorize the use of
i- .r and fllh at the same meal. It
include-s. however, not only the indi-
vidual workmen in whose favor it i?
granted. but all the members of their
familie- as well. In return it i- ex-
pe-cted that those who avail them-
-iVe- v of this itind lt will endeavor to
*ntt-r into the -pinit of the holy sea-
sonI of Le.-t by voluntary acts of mor-
tificaltio:. penance and almsgivinig. A
most praiseworthy custom is that of
ah-taininfar during Lent from stimu-
lants. in honor of the sacred thir'-ti f
(iir c ivine Savior.
Those who entertain any reuaon.t-
ble doubt about their obligation t,
fa-t or abstain. ought to apply t
their pa-tor or confessor for advice
EDWARD P. ALLE.r.
Bishop of M, bi:e.
Mobile. Ala February 16. lItJ0.

DURHAM Cigars have
been tried and fire test-
ed. D'Alemberte sells


I -
Which will be
Published


APRIL
-5l 1t1fa


pjresen-tly of pneumonia, to the dis- .'urday. flvJ U P).
trest and somewhat to the indignation ir w:.L. INtIl.r ;. n en' MPt.F Ir I
of the public. (Of several of them care- A :I .! U1 i, -. j I. M /I
ful autopsies were made and. et a P L,,- AN I' I.AIA.
little to the excihemnt of our medical TN I' % vorld. it was dis-.otred that the Eski-
mto intestine was about four feet short- -up r) c er than ours is. and that his liver was lO.tn minith.C'h. Wrrgtt and u::: ,r
not shaiel like what we Lave been It ai .r
uoed to call a human liver, but was 'i.n- xi sh I: turr.., ty i.pul;t: Au-
more like that of a dog. The Eskiumo. th 'or
apparently. is so constructed that he F A :: ,rt l, '.' I I:'" -Ur : .- : ..th
can live and thrive under such condi-, I !!,t .. atl, .- -peca. arti.; .. .t tin,
tions and on such a diet as lie can comr- n :lr
mriand at htomt:.-Ila:i-|rs 1Veeklv. ation bhav r .in.- e ioi a v'aluh n .1 inm.
s 'tructivse ,tud<. u rL t:- .M1 tei' I : ,y.Ical
I Personality y.
Whe'i you want somitetbhirg to heal A Host of Spcial Arti!':s pertin.-i to tibe
a burn. or a wore. or ma (clt. why ot O | e aon will be fiatnd in this. tle Acme
try Banner gale which i- guarinted ot 'p-o-ile- Jo'urnalisw.
thO M Iost hI-aiinr oitnitatt.t in the
wore. Take lo sub.1t:wte. W. A. The ipwalrd'< Fasfte NnnmhA.


urniture on Crdit DUNN'
Most beautiful line of side boards
ever shown in the city. Wardrobes,
with glass doors of every descrip-
tion, from the cheapest to the finest. H U
Roll-top secretary cases elegantly
finished, a fine line of china clooets,
and everything contained in a first-
clas. furniture store at 0. M. Pryor's ON EUROPEAN PLAN.
Bargain Furniture Hou-e.
t1 _.--...... L Si LL.-- .L -1


ILEDOCHOWSKI'8 SUCCESSOR
It Is Sea*4 Tbat CardleIl Satolll
Will R lra teo Amerilea.
PtrILADnEPmA. March 2 .-A mars-
nlg paper says that private advices
have been received by a prominent Ro-
I man Catholio clergyman here from a
high authority in Rome *sating that
Cardinal Satolli, formerly delegate to
this country,. wi.l shortly succeed the
famous Cardinal Lsdochowski as pre-
feet of the congregation for the propa-
gation of the faith. Cardinal Ledo-
chjAski has been nmentioied as a pos-
siule successor of Pupe Leo X11I. Tne
congregation for tao propasation of
,aith is a branchof the can:ca'sgovern-
ment deal.og with ecc (sitsicat ques-
tions in asi msinonary countries.
Cardinal artoll i Wel. known in this
c:unirr, having re-ided in Wauningrun
for Pever-l years., ad it is surui.sid tanat
his selection is owing to hii knwedjge
'of the caurcr-'s need a id couaiton nere.
N Vw UTionK't I* >.-J <(*esl.
WASHNsmxoTON, Ma-ch 26.-A sta'e


-BHUL*





G.lEAING SALE


REGULAR PRICE $200.


'IT


Sole Agents for Celebrated YELLOW TA RT. and
-other Bigh-Grade Whiskies.=c
PROPRIETORS OF THE OFFICE SALOON.


. C. BRI:NT.
're.id,-an .


W. K. HYYFR. J1..
Cash n-r.


J. S. R E P- l
A!I% at:.-


First National Bank


O0r PENSACOLA. FLA.


Gentlemen,

^ Don't Miss It!


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


Men's enginee Calf Tan Lace Hand
Sewed Welt for only


$2.50.
REGULAR PRICE $3.50.


Don't Lose Time and go About
Pricing. We Still Lead as the Low-
est Price Shoe House in the City.
Yours for Shoes and


TRUNKS,


/. GUGENHEIM.


GRAND EASIER BAL!
To be (;iven By
HOPE LODGE, No. 2571. K. of H.,
i *ad F-llow- Hall. %%arrin;gti.


Monday, April 16, 1900. THE ORIGTN &L -


Tickets S51 cents. Ladies Free. Free
Trani-prtatiin on Dummy.



DRINK LION BEER!


Endorsed by all Physicians as the
only Beer absolutely iree from adul-
teration.
Geo. Pfeiffer, Agent,
PENSACOLA.
Tr TIt. n Tan at all RW]on.


WM. H. KNOWLES. W. A. HLOUNT. P. C. BRENT, W. K. HiYIE JTJ
D. G. BRENT,


F Il Bosoim ii kiku 3aht U1

'fWea draw our own Bfill of Exchanire on Oreat Britain. Ir-,q <
Germany, France. Anutria. Italy, Holland. Spain. Belgium, Rouaia N '
way. Sweden. Denmark and other European countriee.
p'Vensela Disbursed upon the Moet Favnrable Terms, and tr-'r
Obligations Taken Payable at Port of Destination Ten or Fifteen La7,
after Vessel Arrives there.

WSafety Deposit Boxes for Rent ina Co0meetion
with whiob we have a Pwivate Apwartmet fnr the Us*


Cold Weather
Coming.
orders and l.t 4 fill vouir bin i. ,--
cold 'naparrives. We will l*end Y
h t eoal you can procure for oitt.r ? tq -q
or beating purposes at reasonabi.- pr


ITompsoP, Olser 9 L c..
I-eali-r, ::i

Coal and Wood.
' fle.- and Yard : H. E. orr.r / n -e *
and itailroad 8tre.ets.


Telephone No. 147.


ST. IOUs


A. B. C.


BEER.


V. J. VIDAh Sole Wholesaler.

AL)O IViKIlS. BRANDIES IllS, liPOIRTD AID D I!"
Paa! Joics ant BEll Sprins Cellbrate :s .
TRY I BOTTLE OF CELRY TOIIC.,
PHONE 154. : : : : P.O. BDO'X47
JUG & FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED
Free Delivory to Any Part of the Cit,
&,All orders left at The Office, Vida tImlth i -'?


TEL


three Run:


25, El.,


giestauantd Attacneu, upen uay ana night.
OYSTERS, FISH AND GAME OF ALL KINI)S IN .i:.\
Special Orders at Any Hour.
RATES:-Froim $l1.0 to $1..,i per Day. LODGING:
315 and 5lo 1. South Palaf.x street Penta.ila. Florida ; 25 and 50c


JOHN PURDY.:.

Foundry U0 Machine Shops,
CENTRAL WHAKF, COR. JElFER-ON AND PINE ST-r:! -I-


Telephone 348,


Pensacola. Fla.


At C. V. Th,,mpoon'u.
Crane's Ladies' Note Paper. and
Envelopes to match.
iCambridge Linen and Envelopes.
Hurd's Parchment.
Invitation Paper and Envelopes.
Linen Tablets.
Frosted Velum and Envelopes.
English Note; Satin Wove; Tissue
Paper; Dennison's Crepe. Etc., with
a general assortment of tationery.
C. V. IHOMPSON,
No. 30 South Palafox Street.
Comfortable mattresses,
pillows, etc., to go with your
new furniture. You can
buy the whole outfit from
Marston 4 Finch.


PATTERNS. CASTINGG, LUMHER TRt'CKS. SMALl. ';;
Car WI eelk. Wood and Trol l'ullvr-. Hanzer-. B,,xe-. F:-
factured t.) Order in First-Ctla-s, Workm:tulike .Mtinner .
ble Rates.


mmqp thet the beswayais Is b ave the mastiln
dill 111Tseet.aind thm soevomit with a

Cold Dws Washiog Powder
4hslsd Int; it Is bes to on sa wees lh-.dt~
lIspul of G.M 1uft Webid Pw
*emooon fsomm Iers1the pasdeWNWla te
desfelow the weat dethwith.a ry am This
7%0&%V toOlen b~fr ufrM w tmbog&J
ASIA- V an G IL s m uampow.


S71 I Dealer in M3ahinery. Fittings and Supplies fir
Stationary and Marine Application.



VIDAL & SMITH.


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


A Special Sacrifice!

i Pairs Ladies' Vici Kid Spring
Heel Button and Lace Shoes
for only


$1.25.


'W.3l. ikel.


HERALD


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* THE DAILY NEWMa PENSAG OCA, FLORIDA,'


Turn Sinxuxcumeos.
Th gs ms.at Oam.ems wNams the


no mer a ri a Sua.
Pumuaat to a cll. the general
oommlt:ee of citizens having in
barge the arrangement for the en-


tertaiament of a proposed excursion.
to be composed of citizens of Selma,
to celebrate the opening of the new
railroad between that city and Pen-
asaola, met at the room of the Cham-
ber of Commerce at 12 o'clock to-
day. Chairman J. M. Hilliard pre-
sided and Mr. I. E. L. Daniel acted
as secretary in the absence of Sec-
retary Thui. C. Watson.
Mr. F.U. Shepard of the L & N.
R. R., being present upon invitation
brie-fly addrev.ed the meetintc. ex-
bplalnig what had been dou, n, far,
and ariing the appointment of a
date for the .-xcur ion. H- stated
that the movement for an excunion.
o ftar as the railroad was concerned.
orgimtated with himself. because of
bialong and intimates' c:al and bus
looe relations with the people f
belma. aud that be was only too
glad that the people of Pensacola.
had, almost simultaneously. inau-
gurated a silniar moveminta. anlit
thst c pe a:ion t-Lo:uld have s;
readilyy e.-u-d. A;.o that accord-
ing hii ( rig.tna pl.ius., the number
of invaits~i.'o- would amount to not
leo athan 1u. and that to niow liiiin
tz.e number to le*- than that w,-u0'
.- *arc ly rp',-ib;e. He al-o ex-
i; in d the ta ses of the delays thit
iatu iite-rvei.ed in carrying out the
| roj*ct.
After an inforinml diectlusir!l. Mr.
C. F. Z-iIk ai.'v. d tL.t th.- time fot
the ,.xcuriii ho- set i',r A. r 2t 14th.
which wad carraid. At tni- t-,ii
Mr. Shepard. who was oblige- to
leave on the mid-day train, retired.
Tre nleetintlr the-n took tip ith
qu,-st'o., of slpepii, acc,mnti-nda-
tioe; for :1ie excursaioni.-t and after
coutiderbie d.* cu-ion it wns tmove-d
and carried that the u att-r be- re-
ferreJ. as heretofore, to, the ett- r-
tainmeut committee. subj-ct to the
limitation that the enta.-rtiii:ii-lt
fund should remain at $'w. a- uit g-
dually fixed.
The question of the inmaner f is-
suing toe invitations w2s al.-. di--
cussed, and on motion it was deter-
mined that the invita'i.on crnimnit
toe. having full pawer t o act. -hould
co-operate with Mr. 8bepard and hit.
epretatlve. Mr. J. W. Lurton.
Luriag the discussion of the nit-
ter of sleeping accomtnodhati,,a,.
Capt. Kryger of the Merchant' h -tel
stated that the hotels would probha-
bly be as crowded at the date teamed
as they are now, and sug ieted that
the committee should be chartid
with the duty of accertaing where
sleeping accommodate ns could bt-
procured Beveral members -x-
pressed the conviction that if the
public house- of entertainment c, uld
iot be depended upon f or all tht- :;c-
commodations needed. th- cit.'t n-
-'~oald be called upon. :-,eirdriiih to
their ability. to (open: th*-ir hot s '
for the ento-rtainm- l :t f It!)i c(it%'.
uaests. The matter of procutir tith-
attendance of one or tiior,- Pu!.maini
.leeperq was debated bu;t abt.duated
as impracticable .
Miss Cruinm nd Mr-. BPu-tf Mont-
,"oniery. %tio havo- b*--t, t(l. ir'ujejt_
4f Mr. and Mrs. M. MeUre.ry ,Tr a
fe-w das. Ift to-day for Evrer.-r et;
to -io.ud a few day.- before returning.:

or. 8e'S Ceo.. Syrup si a speedy as-
sies-tuusi c rulti f-rcroup, *a o<(itr-.'^ iotod hronehitle. N o chl,.1 t:hPIA l h- lft ,,,
, .oor-ntl can get this wonderful remeit.,y for

Attend k'*s opening
e o-morrow. Thursday n4

t .-.-ah ry i-.r .tai-a.


AsIK., S .C. Maria 26.-Meisrs.
Obarims Etes. loumes lBarrett. Jr F.
B. Pope ad Laudou A. Thomas. Jr.. of
thi city. all exoerienced cotton manual.
fe eares. have acorporated a company
tor the purpose of essablaataaga bleach.
ory. The plant wilt be loossed as Clear
Waer. mear here. Tue capital stock is
lined as $00.O00. ant ith company is
athborined to manatacsare coUsoagooda.
a well a to coduot a blsearery.
Pr-parsff rer hin Ra-umiet.
ATLATT Maro .6 &- The oeafed.
mrat vemaa camps of Gergia are
amakig penpanuou to seed rreesesn.
sivee to the stem as LIaLvtlle which
begme May 60 The iadiaes x point
*a a lare" attendance cc
W"MMB =1 Qonm a sthe aoig
ym ls Is ha eover oesed. witsh
she emepsia of the resaia held ia
shn oily.
M6Oletpr in* OamblIeg Hell.
CzaaL.UTow. March 26 -ev. Arthaur
Orae.m pJtor of the First Baptist
ohareh prenech ea a sesmataoal sernmn
lanay o vice and ai ia Ofarlee|ol.
Lse week be visited the blind ugr.
lamblig buses aal questeimable re-
erw a- ha inermoa wa a tiradte cu
tdn plocaN. It was a sensational day
far a church.
lig Lbs4e DeaI.
OQazxsas K(. Ala.. March :6 -The
lairges lead eale of the mseu was made
ber a few days ago when C. C. Seed
purebhed "h' -Prairie Lodge" place on
toe Warrier river. 10 miles from Greean-
bore, for $.3.(kO. This tract embraces
2. 700 acre and is one of tlb lar-vet
piafatuoo* in toia county.
A Nitgh of Terror.
Awful anxiety was felt for the
wid.,w of the brave General PJurt,-
1. min of Machias. .M.. when ti*- de-
trs q*aid ,he could not live till inru m-
inie." writes Mrs. 8. H. Lincon. who
attended her that fearful uiaght. "All
thought s:ie must Pneumonia. but she begged for Dr.
King's New Discovery.-*ayinx it had
more than once saved her life. an'd
had cured her of Concuurption. Af-
te-r three small do-es she .-lept easily
aill night. artd it-. further use c-ln.-
plet-ly cur,.d her. Thit marveloti-
medicine- i- guaranteed to cure all
Throat. Chest and Lunr Dise.ase-.
Onlvrkc and $1 0K) Trial bottles ir .-
at W. A. D'Alemberte's drug store
Cleaning ladies skirts and waists
Is one of our specialtie-. Star Laun-
Ar-


ForIthe nextI0 days A. J. Wat-
kins will order ornamental wire
A.V.D AT QArATIs. sfew'ihng at seuh low prices it will
ag Lou ih. 4e7a *Jason. Hamburg to urprisee everybody. You can have
w Kyerr a co any kind, from 2 feet to 4 feet high;
.or you can get the best and ch*peet
AAITUD. iron fencing of all kinds. When
Dr Ps Clurnum. s Scott. New York to you desire fencing of any kind done
G l stir.rce Crodich 657, L kCar- leav your order at Wm. Johnson &
dems toJ. .n Merntt Son 's for me and you will. save
money and get first-class guaran-
AI. teed work. A. J. WATKIS.
'r sc% Si.-rru 8alrve.r. Havana 13mlm.
Ru0 ba rhomas Perry, Mattiaon. St Na-
Nor bbk ocet, 1homCsen, Hull IMPORTANT NOrICE.


AT QU&ANATINE.
Nor hk Aolafide, zSL Peteroen. Pernarn-
bu,:o to order
tort bk Lomotia Elvers. 777. Goncalies.
P,'rusnsbucn to Dearb. Dunwod'r &ao t
Rau- bk 4-mo. 7w'. Ji banasen. Vale-ncia to
Peenbsools Lunaaer t 4t
%ior bk LtLuiuso. IOM5 Lorentsen. 4onfdoii. to
Pengacols Lumbrmrco

THE S111P1INw

VEUSWAMW3IMX
PRr F,-.rr'n,,lbaau. 1DWI, New~oxe. tu W 8
K.-yoor at 4iU
span Er.sa.1'IK). ()rmAccnes. to W 8
Sr Kpn~~u ~~.Job: aton. to Pens:.&-
cola Lu in 1w r-r -o
Dan Htu--, 157. Jozua'on~to Gu f T ars~t 1 0
Ru-; Colurnhbum. 172..,1'urchman. to W L
W ittich (0)
Nor Patrxareb. ti. alversen, to KHH
Bo~ cr


To the Contractors and General Public of
Pensacola: I
Notice 1t hereby eiven that on and
after the first day of April. 190), no
Union mechanic or laborer will work
on any building with any nou-nnion I
men where there is an organization
of said craft under the jurisdiction
of the Ceptral Trades Council.
m8tt J. R. JOURIAG .

Your Credit is Good


For anything in our house. We have
,a larre assortment of Couches, Bed
Lou n-es. Toilet iets and Bedroom
Suites. Iron Bedsteads at $4 up.
0 M. PRYOR'S
Bargain Furniture House.


Free .Vaccination


0nTuedays. Tharpdays and oat-.
urdiars. from 12 m.tn to 3t).in.- vpr!nna


a RRE. """"L'va ccA& ate' - s." - '.0a, -I.* ,
It Acge:a cca:: .e.. Par tt, W L Wit- will be vaccinated free of charge at
ti & t to the office of the State Board of
ti,-r i-h :' -. c::-r. to liaar.. Health of Florida, No. 9 West Inter-
lanwody at n dencia treet. Phlysicians of the city
it t er-ttodyat-ro *have kindly consented to perform
Nor BKrona. .-. Eventen. to H II Bvyer the service at the houri nlamatd.
It C'ogzaAll. .., ia'tr:tf l'it, t u Rot.aCO W M. K. HVYER.
Bros
Nor 1 OLcrdia. ,.. ttlv,-r,-:i. to order Agent.
It l)U ugiu., '11-.. Lararettla. to order
1wed lnjasar 12'7:.iI.uudraill. to murder
N..or lar......Ano.-r. n. to.. rd-r Threeh Large Stores i
Nor IFrTga.. 74. Wei -. lu nde,- to order
Nor til1t.1. Lare.-in,t., itd-r I Full of FURNITURE. The finest
Nutr ldia. 'e72. Jeada. to uulf Nava,! ie f Vlnut Bedrom UiteS evr
Store Co li falnutBedrom uit vr
It Iat.<.-5. Pedat ila. to< ( Turrn- howni in P-ta!,acolq. Pretty. neatly-
It Luigk t", 4t*. Ca;a EuWa, t suW BK.v'er & flni-htrd 110A)i oak Bl-droom Suites at
Nor Merz.pore. 1:75. J,:xaton. to Baarm., all prices. Rattan an d Cobbler Seat
l)uuwVty A -.. Rocketi. bit and little, cheap and
%.or Nr.ra. lt*N. .Mike'St-A. to Pensacola bigh. Look at them.
Lumber Co
Nor Perftct.>'Z, Larvsn. to W L Keymcr 0. M. PRYOR'S
& c n- Bargain Furnishing House.
It Stoinvorn .!,. tozzo, to R.,)-aeo Bros
or .i C .o o.ntor-.,to..-. No better Cigar for
1' Treno. t r, Gardealil. to Baarp, Dun- the money made-DU
w.oy., 4'o the monev made-DUBR
Ai ,Vedan ,. 79,. Ec er, to E su HAM-atD'Alemberte's
It V'n*z:an,45. Farrari. toBaars, Dun- i
woody* Co Elegant bed room sets, or
Ger Ely. 47,3. Ma-s. to order cheap ones, whichever you
Am Ionna Christin, .'-. Axelitn, to wa at Marstontf FiCnh's.
order
.,in lts A arl. Benson. to master
Ain tjalumar. .V. Axeilion, to ia-tu-r
l:r Juta Elizatbeth.", tiweetiag., to mae- I
ter b. 111. obrt to mastr
Br Mabe; Dar ii.-g. 1". I .oberts. to master P il


0 P. CLKAXtIV A6N 1) IAILAD YOH X.
klaLLLA.

Pi.,-ruv::. No.". -!d M.arnch-t..e.' Ma-h7
1.-romia. tr. ..'i.O aa% gdamourg
H uddvt.i.-i~l. Hr. w at Iimrr -.Jar. :)
ii 'u~o.~oI* i:1 oi*..~A:.tw,,p. Jan .0
Spot.-anita, .ii. ta .j:-oo'St Michael%
Jan V)
Thos Waynian. Vr. 1411. Watt. arrl'...-4Rot-
to-rdiarn. F.-a it
I* vr'-rtu~.htm. ;t'tber.rn(;-n on. Jan 2
514".
i711ppett. It.-n. sd Swamo.-.... 0 .-7
k'arthena. Nor. J~4ei. Sid (irt-.-nock F-n I
S kY;..
Ar.nepia !cbaffiri. It. s~d Mar-, 1-1f 'Join
Airmile'. Nor 1U ,7. -If A.1tw-rp l'.-e 1t
f$Ianehu-tto. It. -41. -1,1 Cart listizeu.a. n :!5
Cbi-ftain. Ru%. -Z at Itooteeloata, Feb .5
Iiablia. swd.f6d Hull Jan-.4
F-heovito Irli. .%1,' eI stI "ti .'h "t 14
Winar Tambark!-jelve-. Nir.'s'I.0oE ntwerp
I> itrteo. t. -Id T~l to '
r'?'lz ($u-tgav. IN!.. t Acou urc'i 7
Nov 2k n ea rPoe(,!- t oP c
t i re. TNr. %sjuo r- t- o-hI.*"
.14than ~.-s.Nor. -I't h ri-t iin'atid Nov 11
I t.hp owii,. Tr -141 T..aobu roxI -v
Mao-celsa. It. A~d HAImhurg. %4.v
Olga. IHu.. .d Lm o-ai'sz- c -
Paola %- edt.r-- !It'..- Id AlhmsR len J alt,
I~t-l aP. It t I;. atitlmo p-um.k. No v
Voq' uto. N..r. -ia L -i ...i mcit .,
Vir~mnt.I. -I'aolM miad-xr ts. u-to"it


We have saved many doctor bill-
since we began using Chamberlain'?
Couzh Remedy ini ur home. \V-
keep a bottle opfn all the ti ei, and
whenever any of my family or my-
self hegin to catch cold we boein to
u.de the tough Remedy, and as a re
sult we never have- to sem.d taway for
a doctor and incur a larime doe-tor
bill. for Chamberliln's Couirh Reai-
dyv n-ver fail|. to cure. It i< cer-
t.iinly a medicine. ,of tfrat um-rit and
wrth.-D. S. MEARKf E., G-neral
Merchant and Farmer. Matti-a, Hed-
ford county. Pa. For sale by H n-
nah Bros., 21 douth Palafox street.


.4ttend Falk's opening to-
morrow, Thursday and Fri-
day.
Op-r-*iva (-s a c pon er-t**.
TYRKVILL-, O Maroh 6-.-Tho
Yoik cotton mtll have anmouaoed that
they would on aext pay day gIve their
nrwratit*q an latcraie of 3 pwr cent in
wase*. The wages of some of the em-
p.ouye had rocentiy been increased .S3
uer oent. Tac-s were not included in
tue increase yosterdav.
It-flux of Hurf* i 31lemphis.
MzxPHu.s March "6 -1'he influx of
horse at Moa tuomery park from Louis-
villa. Now Orieans and Nashville buhas
commenced in earnest, now that the
local meeting is les than two weeks off.


CASTORIA
Fr Infants and Children.
The Klim Yoa Have Always Bought
Bears te
unatare o

Xot hin. so sets offa home
.as hand8son.me furniture.
Marston 6- Finch hare an
immense stock for you to se-
lect from and they will sell
it to you on lonf time and
easy payments.

Room Mouldings
in all shade-. plain ani fancy,. at J.
E. Ross & Co's No. 11 N. Palafox
Phone 3*42. o2f-tf


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27-inch Z-phyr Ginthanm. our
price ......................* 121.0-t
36-inch Spring Percales, our
price ......................... tic
33-inch Very Sheer White Lawn.
our price....................... '.c
27-inch Check Nainsook, our
price ................... .... *r
.;')-inch White and Colored
Pique, our pj i<.--............-.. loc
:;a0 inch White Corded Pique, our
rrice ........ ............. 15c
:)-inch Solid and White puck,
our price....................l le
I Yard-Wide Sea Island Cotton
at ............................. "


Remember the Place,

YOUR FOR BARE


OMT3Mm-PE::;0IEC E


Calicoes


-ANI0--


Domcstics


AT THE OLD PRICE.


No Advance:


aBI 8


127, 1900.


spirowPOTICts.


COHEN


fRIEDMA C0O'S


Se. -RACKET STORE.


* *


SPRING GOODS

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


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



Our Stock is Immense!
Im nense


(o~~u'tl*an1-, and owrsli


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


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


S IMillinery,

Gents" Fulrnishing and Clothing"
Given Away.


ov


almost


The finest and most complete line of
Carpets, Xattings, Curtains, Window
Shades, Etc.


Ton are Corially livitet to Vit Cur lammt Eitablishmit


We are Invincibles in Low Prices
This makes our Success.

Mail Orders Promptly Attended to.
Trade Discount of 6:., on all Ca-h Purc.ases.


COHEN, FRIEDMAN & CO.


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j-W. B. WRIGHT COflPANY,

I MAt 4 >fA iN I -. ANI> I, AI. I1. IN

LUMBER, LATHS,

SAWED CYP.E338HINGLE-E-Kii l -Dric .ps
< .- PEVSACOLA, FLA.



TRYTI IWS' WAIT COLUMIt!


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A ALE ANI 0 FEThMA I 1; '44J:
co, ruer Csteoani-I Ai-vAJ.
ilpvia. prlIictpul. N -r& I..
4 It WI14 PW vOI C-





FDL'WE.:s 10k FUNI:ILA-%.f
pbone 3:10.


and velo inHair &ioeid. II1iAt-
A rt icles. Hair oi. oIe..ZA, w. (I.,%*

SCol ICE.
There vwilbo a Tnpetin: f
IDenloentr.ic Evwcutive C-Pimr,
Fss~eamhi'scounty at tha ,1!1,
Judspe T R.- ieCullugh -it !I
house, at 7:31op. m ,nTh ar-.!,
2.9 n disy of March. 14.0). ti. c.- -4
thoe qualificati#)n of volts-r- i V
coming primary election.
DAVf. R. P.%vtKI[ I;,
DA.; uipHv. Crvi.;r;
Imecretary.

Have Your Pa1ntiii.z
.:IPaper Hanging donp by i v 1
(I tepe-pI.o. in an up-to-dat.--*
byv va t r".ni z ing J. E. Ros.' &- C.
I I N. Pul1-ifox. Phone -*,2.


SAVA 16 9 5IW M itI
ItepaIs-?elDaily for The Ni-we
)feress. A. WM.nes*(a--
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tutrn jture o'.r house /,,,,
ifl2-;.v until you h/(v'
.I1tirsto'n 4- Finch'sa
T/heir- prices are lo'i.
stock is complete, mi'
will sell !IoISwh at lt
on lon.g tinte.


Dress Goods,


I Yard-Wil.VitcbPevillp Ijilpaehi-
er4, ~-(! I,ate by 1: .. t-(I.d lf- C')
w,,iI.! it lass4 ............... r
f~o P;6'e&- l-te- a~co at ..........e
11) 4.Shoe ia- H.- f' vy, at.........I~ .t
NAr r ar.;t (I..............
Joi-t it-v.. ivi-dl a tu~l liii'- oatjr
an Ti ( si tvi -t- *ur pric~- ar-t-
4a ow I---t.
#1 fill and .11.~i
L.alhzi--. a i-:I-e:tPra-'-



ruallia Now Sj'rinLt Mat'i:.:- iL
15 arid 20e. pe-r yard.


~ IU;105 S. ralafox Street,

AINS FROM NOW ON, 1dICs& .l~


I (),rd-r
MNI THn ER VC1Ul
bk imilum a
9 m D3ponqiblp! Toy
y tbli crow of baid ve-~- %
A 1T It 0
Baars, Duiawody & co.,,
consaguetf


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F. E.0 BRAWNER'S*-


K$iJ0 ^ o ^r-pI E J OdSEA




*MWE HAVE JUST RECEIVED OURM*


Spring Line of Up-to-Date


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


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Property. Apply toA. I' k
Muldida x, Palaoz Oret

LOTERE4T cOWv.iTK4Tii
,MECVKJTIE14 mVY UtV.
sT REE F.
F Y01 WANT II hqt -,
inetmone.y. insurev'fr Ljrj
cureab4tractgo rf tilWoo. ba'11N4r
tat#., rent pronorty of all'.I
roont, Colleetod or your tisot.. *
ros II on or lul-I re-qT h --. i ~.k-
Real 1State fr.id Ir,%urau:.r,.,.-
Cf)l*. Via.ia,..t.d.r.
who buv% a I-t ftront U4 .


i-o il LU-jae


Finc a No ;!- f.ir a lo.:,~
oit"n. Fain Appy t.




-tre..ts. can tw chanxui.-
purporv..s.Apolv top 4.i-o. X
We'st strong 4tre.-t.



Funiak-pr inz. .~

fe c.with L'.(4i~ i
road thrve.. niilo-.a1-4
Land rinle isorri.,.!,' *-f~
road. G;.rol still. st,. 1
farm or -luburloan ::.,n '-,.
4)ni.. Wl ,r3i. Ag nt

ould "-n .waoa- u-i,. sos at ft ha: .
C. Watuton & C,-.
1 't~41% MJ-u mnoot d.,. r'i'
heci y nnn *aiy teriti.. t-v r
ger. -104-.j outbPl~afox it re-t. ~-



at ahi EaastLa~ua .tree:.
'AN'TEDt-A wrwtd Tram..-'.
4PP-Y at NZw, .fflc.. f 'r ;I


wonlb. 1'. lozui-..

alWttst Chase .trvt-t.

fansbid muarbi.' to'p. f r ts!
A". tle.
uut. hmul a'~jcand4.i,^ov.-ral r4,
of (apro~ooplimb-r. Inr p~rtic.1:w-..t-
J~vA*JTL1O-Allkind& of *empty
VT~ whisybotle. .A. FaictivAo
novitt
(~ANTE1Lu..oaa beer b09111061s as ':



.11 and tK.nI.-rgptrton1%n a. w op.::
iL. 111th term in tt's rteqid'nce st
n~r of fPaiaiofox and Jack..n tr-.
tranc.. on Jackson. Term%;w-. t..' or rai


111 0. 's"- lb". -




*r tily tl V II ii-s Cac inuiencinli
*.-ptionally heavy storms
"ltti h *.- :amp- into swamps.
S- ,.-l,,,rt- iat I)darhan are being
I ,ta- h-6-,1it l -hip-, *wing to
r' .-d iU llhmb-r of wounded
aun'I with the view of clear-
n-ld iho,-p itals preparatory
\',



Ital I'.Pmeai as Peae Maker.
-- 11 M.airch 27 -The foreign of-
Si -A5tbl-d t tho te Italian con-
i'.'- thatit Italy would con-
.* l.*,r land Mteyn would
-: "-irr da-inand-. T"hiis nie
S.- *it ,ift-er a uutriber ot l.Ing
Sa:- with I':d 'Currie. t!:e


I i_,; ,r; a in ('in
,:na i. M arcla 27. -Ari nti-
la li foul.llt betweetl
'P atd -Btoi-r~." and
*.'-nit w -a notIat d,-ci-ive
S.,,n bo* h ide- were
i ti .aitg. ,' e:tt t',,k place
e.,vi c,. at P-i chitbi.
.: 1 ,1 ,11 'l e: l i i


;* a- oit I--j..
',. M r.-,!: 2?.--: 1 A'-
; A l i I.' ; ,' .i. w
:, [ til .i be ~ :.'- "
S'a i ,,ur : ,;:ni,* ti 1i'


f ,/g q (nJ n_"/i to-
*'-. /iIr-Xdd //an! F,-:-




\'\ ,a ,--i-i I1i ur :rti;-

w ,. w ill i '.!tlw .::
'* ; ,,i;", t- .til! '. :t-

:.. w,-il be pleat.-d to
*1 I- friend--.
W mt. JOHNSON & SaN.


A NEGRO 1) I.V~LHEIJ.
Mdi L-d ly the Yo.ung I ady He Had
.ie..aul~r.-.
l~ii.'.R.Md.,. Mtireh2.- i-
*\'* -McIlvaiiii. With Ukel-
t:,i ~I'l 'vinx Ob tia l brc&&,z- ad iia pi-tol
in h#-r rijiht L an~d. la-t night It da




it-im hi, c.-U. eairrir-d hita down t.)e
...rr!t-; to a lbi-- trt-e, where- Harris
c-sznt#---d all I t 'i.-v* mi !f(I d hzilli.
ift. rw~j d rild Ii :i hi- 1) d ,v within
huillf-t-. D lfu!t- gthe attatck- illth..

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fIslt- S4,i,
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tI: et hat ttIre-l I ( I -.r' (I andcruiser;
Na-wat k .and New(Oil--iran-eart- t'j' ii :


U! Of chiiea. 'PFev tare
mr-ti::ate-d ItY The. a-nmrt-r.a d )wj.z-r.
wi1, 4) isba le kej by Russ a.


TICIDE)11 UNION*A.


They Ipp(wee hlie Governmentt lPoicy)
in Sseiths Afriea
Lo.itoN, March 27.-Over eighty
representatives( of trades unions ore ,
attending the congres- of the Na-
tional Liberal Federation at No'-
tinghamu and have %igied a mani-
f .i-to airtinat the government policy
in South Africa. The congress now
in se-,,ion is tne largest held in many
',.a r ~

<>PII. )til III.
H<,. Kn,,v. Mircli 27.-(Ge'eral
S()ti' is ni t'i- v .e af ;I collapse arid
hi-i-ur t,,ir J-i -ty ihe Inutt return to
t;he* iiicti St;ites .oon or break
'i.-wn. Ii'- own friends admit it
A:: f ; i:- otuilt t I ti! ,:; ilatiey.

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SCOTT TAKES H1 OWN LIFE.
tl.-r Merlrd*ro.- A..su t I .>au Ills
Vif.- I -- Kaill H ,..-'t.
Ow is.a, Mi ch March 2i6.-Charles
Scott. a bo:lermaker, employed in the
Ann Arbor railroad carsh) ps, broke
into the home of hi4. wife, from whom
he hal been separated, last night, and
furiously assault.i Mrs. Scott and her
mother with a heavy chisel. He then
drew a revolver anti killed himself.
Mrs. Scott as fatally and her mother,
Mrs. Letaisa Ferguson, seriously in-
jured. He raised blows with the chisel
on his wife's head and face, gashing
her terribly. Mrs. Feruuson rushed
lt.) the room and grappled with Scott.
who struck her wt.h the caisel. lint she
suoceded in wresting it from him.
Scott fire bhie revolver at her as she
fled and tsen killed himself.


A CharTtr App.ted For.
DAHI.ONK&IA. Ga.. March 2G.-Appli-
cation for a char:er for the Standard
Gold Mining ormpany has just been
filed in the Lumpkim superior court.
This neweest and iaratest of she several
large gold minin companies whose pe.
tons for incorporation are now pending
or have just been granted has recently
been orcsamized here with a capital
stock of $5.UO.0U00 by the menuitbre and
directors of the l)ahionega Consoa:dated
oild Mining comma:iy.

Will 1- .Iav'- t, Ih l ';vy.
WASHINGTON. Mar -h 2t;.-Presidint
M,.--nievy s eto ectl to approve the
rco:i:ie:-,ndatiion of Seoerwary Root that
tne reoervation at Drr 'for;ugms be
turardi ov*r to me naval s-rvi.-e. This
Sr-:tot will tin-an th thit u n-v w:li he
provided a %.i ca *. s'-:. .,*- ba.*Is as a
co.l n.I .] ai.,-0 catrd to- II- .imanne noTpital
-.-ervi wlt tb- :e a'r-* to ..-- v" toPome
A ij :nC k--v :st I to-re es.a'. Ish its
quaiaitiue s atolin.
W 'll 0 .tk- ..ut---..>n.
Rfa.rt in Mar --To-' .Tones the
nezro wnI murdered E!l Jones and
five chi dren. and who i, in ,ail here,
savs he wil te l the wlhil> story in
c, urt. 1einn unier th- tmimression that
a -a esoo wili .Savl it, i;:e.


Attend Faik's
to-morrow. Thu
Friday.


opsndng


We have moved to II S. Palatox street.
We ar" permanent f-'tu-P here. All we
want is a small part cf your patronaqe.
Call and looks: our instruments. THEY
ARE BEAUTIES -
Jas SFrflcFi Pi f& Or'alCt.
61 S. Palafo. Str-et.


SUBSTITUTE FOR


PUERTO RICAN BILL
4
Measure Providing For Free

Trade Is Introduced.

REVENUE LAW IS APPLIED

Under Provisions of the Bill Island
Is Made a Revenue District-Meas-
ure Is Provisional and Only Con.
tinues Until March. 1902.
WASHINGTON. March 20 -Senator Da.
vis of Minnesota has introduced a substi-
tute for the Puerto Rican bill, which
provides lor free trade between the
United States and Puerto Rico and ex
tends the internal revenues laws with
amendments over the si.nud. The sub-


btitute is provisional, and "shall not
continue longer than March 1, 1903."
The bil is as follows.
Section 1. That Puerto Rico is hereby
made.an internal revenue di-itilt; that
the laws of the United states providing
for internal revenue ux nation and col-
leotions, not locally inappitcabile. are
hereby extended to, and suah remain in
force lan Puerto Rico. ,-x-ep(iug as here-
in otherwise provided tor the term
stated a this ac. Tne president by.
and wita the advice and c insent of tue
senae, shal appointot a colleo:or of in-
ternal revenue for said district who
shall receive an annual salary o- $1 000,
and whose oMf-e hal: be a' San Juan.
eet:;o S That. excepting as herein
otherwise provided, 15 per cent of all thi
internal reveaue taxes imposed by the
laws of the United Stcaes shall be
ooUietod in said dastijs. No slamp
taxes imposed by atil laws upon writ-
ten or printed docutuents shall be col-
lected iu said di-iti-t. The socrutary
of tshe treasury is hereby asshorized and
directed to make all neeidfuiregulatioua
to carry this acts into effect; and to pri-
scribe the compensation of all officers
and agents nec eary for that purpoMe.
Seoion 3. ihe amount or all tsxes so
co.leoted, less the uecessnry expeoaesof
collection, are hereby appropriated and
placed at the disposal of the president
to be exF.aded n.iar his directtoarfor.
the government o. Paerto kico. nowex-
is itg and hereafter to ie established.
and for i.ub.ac edcctrion, publin- works;
and orbhpr ,ivernment.i and pubiic par-
po-es therein.
poc,,a applies the revenue law to
tn:)acco aud i.;qnOs.
-etion 5 Tist the president. when-
ever le -t:-t:l b- sa:itied that a local elf
govt-'i:iint hits been established in
Pa :i i I{i o atloeiatte to rai.e iTand ccl-
l-'t .ax.s by i. own l;b.-iazoU. shall
nLtV- t o pow!r, ;r, rn ii t1 1i 0 It i une. by
Tro cIntur:I of tsxatixan, ur to wholly abo:-
!sn it. ainit.
.',eelou ii 'That no (d.nieq i'i imports
1)- exti rts iiail. aninor the prasug of
rT':. a -r. 0 i. lv:od or r(;lie ted 1on a' r
a.;iti.:es n r -4 l d ro n the Ul"z:lti l
-ratiis ,nto l-urtou R:c or :roini I'arto
Rico iuto the United States.
S.actiun 7. 'fhi act sharl bu ra': n anrl
hell to lie rovisional in its ;iurp ,4is
andl i intend ti to muee: a present pr *s-
1n1 nedcl o4r rev-tnue !or the island of
Puerto litco a'dl sh-l n:iIt continue in
foice after Marcu 1, 902.


WITNESS GOLDEN IS ILL.
Was\ Un'able to App-er Ie C'ourt FSur
('roes I"x aniinalola.
FRANKFOUIT, March 2.5.-Judge Moore
called bis court to order promptly at 10
o'clock to resume the trial of Republi-
can Secretary of State Caleb Powers.
charged with being arn acc-s,ory to the
murder of Governor Goebel Wharton
Golden one of the prosecutions star wit-
nesses, who finished his d ree test.
mnoy Saturday, but was taken s:ck and
was unable to be cross examined, was
the first witness called this morning.
but was not in the courtroom and a
deputy sheriff was sent to the hotel
after him. While the sheriff went after
the witness Powers shook hands and
talked to his friends.
County Attorney Pologrove as 11
o'clock announced that Go:den was ill.
but the doctor thought he would be
able to appear ast 1 o'clock and asked
the judge to adjourn court until that
hour, which was done.

ACCIDENTS IN COAL MINES.
Annual Report of the Chtef of th"
Bureau of M.ming.
IIARRI!zBrRo, March 26.-The annual
report of James Roderick, chief of the
state bureau of mines and mining con-
tains a chapter dealing with mine acci-
dents an, tet.r cause. In the 30 years
fr.,m iT7) to ,'vJ the rpp)rt sta'es9.5a53
lives wer ...T :ni aiud atourn tne anthra-
cire oa ri enoe of Perinsrlvania.
i !IP r.i r r; Msow tlAt in the first de-
ca3i- i ', .i .'.,i :r .ivery x' e 'rsons
eill 'Ve'l A.t r u'a *I p,' .-i.. is
I .' i '.' r evrV ..t-) i person: n.-
i)..,).e 0 lJ T 1 ". i '' t -4 *'.r :A vef ;
whi:e in the niri d-ca ie '**'. 9.') for
every l.,t!) p r-as -,mp.oyvP. A,.-4) ios.i
their ;'.'V T.e total nainb-- of liven.
I. at in'ui.tn i.J 9 was :51. :-S) 9
,I19. .au 1%., 9 tie ioss of infe was
4.3u5.
TO C('Ui .t (OIt,I) IN t'NE; ID)
rak I.t.xvtivi Hromno Qirmn" Tabhl-t. All
I rt:k'c:-- r-tfund th *1 no' *-v f :i fa;N *i-
,'iro. .- a rov s itnatur t- :- en -acb
'> ,t. :c:c.
We are permanently fixtures her. not-
withstanding all reports to tbhe contrary,
and we are now at II S. Palafox street.
JIss FrCnch Piano & O&rai Cr
11 S. Palatox Stree:.


REAR ADMIRAL J. F. DAY.
President Will Appruve HIs Applica.
tion For Ketlremnet.
Naw YORK, March 26 President
McKinley will approve the application


for retirement made by R-ar Admiral
J. F. Day, president of the retiring
board. 4;-.=
Hear Admn:ral H. C. McCormick wa"
retired Samurilay. T'he two vacancies
thus created have further limited the
number open to officers desirous of vol.
untarily reur:ng in accordance with the
provisions o: tue naval personnel law.
Only two otheiers of the grade of cap
tain and officer of the grade of corn-
mander staud any chance of having
theirappiacacions granted.
Capiaius who may be retired, should
no further vacancies above the grade of
commander occur, are Ciiriano An-
dr.ade and W. H I Harris. Captains J.
G. Green and R E linpey are appli-
cants, but their appi.ctaons cannot b
aoproved because of the retirement of
Rear Admirals McCormick and Day.
Under toe law there must be :O va.
eancies existing above thegrads of lieu-
tenant commander on June W.0 next.
Nineteen vacancies now ex st, and the
only officer of the grla le of conimander
who can retire is William I. M ore on
duty at the naval station at Port Royal.

NEW YORK MAIL WRECKED.


Express Mlessenger and Haggcatn*maes
ter Reported Killed Near Opelka.
ATLANTA. March 26 -The fast mail
on the Atlanta and West Point railway
which left Atlanta for Montgomery and
New Crl -ans at 5 o'clock this morning
was wreck-d between West Point and
Opelike. Express Messenger O0lna was
killed and Baggatemaster W. R. Blunt
badly injurot. The baggage car. mail
como and two day coaches were thrown
from ase track, but she Washington
sleeper was not derailed
La or dis a'chbes report the death of
Baacgagemase r Blunt and the injury of
a number of ,eopie. but President Smith
of ste West Point rarmd ays that he is
advised up to this time of but me death
and one injury.
The train is the through fast mail
from New York to New Oreans and
leat Washington over the Soutaern at
* 11 o'clock Sunday morning. The train
left Ailauta JO minutes late.

KIRKMAN COURTMARTIALED
S!- (Chharsed Wilh lesmisag Areb-
iiishop C happ-glle.
NEW YORK, March 23 -In a letter
written b an army officer ia Manila to
his parruts in Brooklyn, he says that
Major Kirkmian. Unite' States volun-
teers, captain of regulars, has been
courtmartialed for an alleged insult to
Archbiwanop Chappelle. papal delegate
to the Puilipp:nes. during a voyage
Irom S.,r Francisco to Manila.
Major Klarkman u ng hit blanket to
be aired so tuat is covered the window
of the archbishop's stateroom. The
archbisilop !ent has clerical assistant to
tue nia:or to complain that he was n.-
ab..3 to air his stateroom. Major Kirk-
man replied that be did not care whether
the soaturoou was aired or not.

(':itchi *he opportunity." Hy tak-
ingI Hood'- Sar-laparilla now you
nay build up your health and pre-
vent seriou4t illness.


TAKEN FROM BAWDY HOUSE.
1 wI Youug Girls Itescued From a
I1 fe of Sbam*,.
ATLANTA. March 2f. Patrolman
Goodson found two young white girls
in a negro house Saturday night at No.
12 Raspberry street, and he took charge
of ihi girls and arrested the woman.
Virginia Mc fay, on the charge of run-
ning a disorderly bouse.
The police expect to show that many
voutn wnite girls have been inveigled
into her house.
Tue two gins found at tbe MoTay
woman's house were Bessie Clay and
Kitite Tumlin Toe latter, who is 1 .
resides in a nearby country town. The
former te not more than l years of age.

VICTORY FOR THE STRIKERS.
Many Firnmi Have ta ntd he New
Azgree-s-m* Waits Machlistrs.
CniCAGO, March L6 -The Machinists'
union claim* o have made such progress
in the settiement of lts difficulties with
individual firms as to have practically
broken the backbone of tue machinists'
strike in Cn.cago.
The new form of agreement adopted
by the machinists, whicu does away
with nearly alli of the objectionable feat-
ures, has been signed by 2*' firms and it
is expected that 700 of she 6.000 striking
machinists in Chicago will be back at
wurs under tue uew agreements.

lE*v.John Reid. Jr.. of (Grat Fall-.
Mnt., r-ecommended .Elvy'- ('rpani
I'iltn to ine. I can emtn i-iz- hisr
-t: 'e n-tit.* "-It I"- a poitiv- ctrep fr
.t:iirlr if u,-ilt a- ldirected."-Ittv.
-ratlieit \V. P,,le, Ptlaistcr (Cetr.AI
I're-- (h;irch. If l-lna. Month
A after uS:.'jf Ely'- .'r-ain Halin -ix
w,-ks I i blicve myself cnred .iirrh. J.c.-th ,-te'wart, (ratad Ave .
lBttlo,. N. Y.
The- i al;nn does not irri*ate ,*r cn-'
-t;.--ezi:in Soild by dru.t 'i-t- at, 7
'-. ,r maile-d by Ely hr.:!.-i-.
\t.,rrn St Ne-w Yiork.

G.ld M3edal- to HARPERI:% whi- k
at Nw Or;I1an& \V' W r!ds F'ir (F ;-
c':it,, Try it. yy ii will e-r.dir-c- ;..-
JuJgz-'- verdict.
SOLD BY
DANNHEISSER BROS.
Pensacola, Fla.


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CRITICISMS OF THE


NEBRASKA PLATFORM

Democratic Leaders Aro Dis-

pleasd at Complaints.

VIEWS OF SENATOR JONES

National Chairman E prs3sns Ilnm-
self as to the Anti-Trast P.atk He
Also Explains the Siopo of a Na-
tional PI itform.
W asml(is >, ',Id arch 20 --Democratic
!eaJers are disp:-eaed with the criti-
cisu-4 of tni anti-trust p auk in the
Dinmo-ra.ti: platform adopted recently
a: L'nc *la. Neb. Trey say that the
compi.untA.t ;;I t it it iindsfinite arc as-
sutu-d. S-,tator oness of Arkansas,
,hairiman of the national committee, in


speakmu;; of the assertion that the pink
prolipoie no remedy tor t3e so called
trust evil. saiti:
"i'aec couiplaint is nonsense The
people who make at sem to mink that
i1 Id tou9 aiy o: conventions to rame
bills. A platform s4 not supposed to
contain statusea or to draft legislation
and if it ever does so it goes beyond its
function. A platform approve or con-
lemus policies Tue aun-truss plank
in this platform pusa tip party wbion
adopted at on record as opposed to
trustee, and in favor of aestion against
them. That is suffeient. The legasie.
ion to oarry out its demanded is a mat-
ter not for the platform makers, but for
uongrees."
Mr. Jones was asked whether he
thought the Nebraska plank commend-
inK tie municipal ownralnpoould prop.
*rly be inserted tn a namsume platform in
view of the fact that it isa matter affect-
tmg only local communities.
"A national platform." said the sen-
ator. "can express approval of or sym-
pathy with auytoing. As tothat plank
I think Democrats generally look with
approval on the attempts made to bring
tue United Srates up to tLe European
standard in this respect. While I was
tin Europe last summer I found our
backwardness in adopting municipal
ownership was a matter for amuiue.nens
tud wonder. They consider un behind
the times. Municipal ownership works
well there and it ogoKt to work equal y
well here. It would be quite within
:be proper functio@ of a national plat-
form to express symunathv with such a
movement and thereby encourage it."

SOUTHERN WOMAN'S BAZAR
I~xpositiloun wil Ii- Hald lu N.-sv
Vork April ,.1
SAVANNAH. March 2i3 -A letter has
coeu received here from Mrs I iger A.
Pryor of New York aut.i'aing the plans
,or a bazar for southern women, to be
aed there April 5, with a view to as-
sisting those who are compelled to rely
anon their own resources in disposing
it their goods.
Such %omen as Mrs. John G. Carlisle.
Mrs. Roger A. Pryor and Mrs. Nathan
Strauss lead this movement to find a
larger market for the industry of south-
rn ladies in reduced circumstance.
The Southern exposition. which was
toE include a woman's department for
the same practical purposes, has been
postponed, and Mrs. Pryor believes that
a woman's department on a smaller
wale oan be inaugurated that will ao
3omplish effective resaltse along the
same line.


SOUTH'S NEW INDUSTRIES.
31Mauy New Esatrprte*e Lamsched Dor-
ig be. Paest Week.
CHATTANOOGA. March I. Among
the m )re important induatries reported
by The Tradeeman during the week
ended March 24 are a bleachery in S os
Carolina; a bras foundry in West Vir-
ginia; brick and tile works in G orgia
and North Carolina; a broom and a
cigar factory in Georgia; coal mines in
Tennessi.e and Wes: Virgiuis; three
cotton milis in Georgia. one each in
North and south Caroina and Texas;
covton seed oil mil..s in South Carolina
avd Texas ; a cotton waste mill in North
Carolina; coioun yarn ini..s in Ala-
baina and North Carolina; one electric
ligut plant in Georgia and three Is
Texas; an electric power p.ans in Wess
Virginia; a tl1aring mill in Georgia.
two in North Carolina, one each in
"oath Carolina, Tennesme and Virginia;
a murnirure factory in Virginia, graphite
works in Alabama; a howery mill in
Tennessee; ice facro-i*s in Georgia and
Sourn U~rulina; kaolin mines in Santa
Carnoina; lumber jiats in Ark tnsa
M:ssaissppi and S)uth Ci.roliri; ma-
chine works in North Carouina; oil
wetis in West Virgiuia; planing maie tin
Florida. Milsi sippi and Sou''h Carolina;
s pitabing, ompiny in West Virginia:
*wo soap factories in Tszas; two tele-
phone oxchan,;es in North Carooiaa aad
three in Texaa; a soaaoco factory in
Tennessee; a wJgon material la,:ory &a
Arkansasa
ELKS GREATLY AGITATED.
I -- ---~
Death of a M tmb r Arouses the Chat-

CHATTaxooea, Marsh 26.-The lodge
' at Elks in this city as very much ass-
tated over she death of a member
named Neikark. who died Saturday
morning of pneumonia. Neikirk bad
employed a looal paysician, who pme.
scrabed the usual remedies and left she
medicine so be administered by swe
members of the lodig whi were waiting
3n him. The pihysicau was the anes
morning discharged by telephone by
parties-which was found to be unas-
b,"rzed--caismanu to ne acting for she
Elks. The douior went to the sick
man's room and found that the med.-
:ine he had left for the patient had nog
teen administered as dire-sed The
nan grew rapidly worse and died.
It i stated sha an investigation will
be ordered by the )ode-, several ugly
moree prevailing to the effect shat the
;wo attoniati.t were drinking and were
3it attendiinr to sneir duties the nighS
:L.e iiidic.ne shoul.1 have been adman.
stered.
'VUST ENLARGE THE ASYLUM
Nortll arollsm laustitution Vrur ilse
lassetna Ar IltmlJy ('rowled.
RAI..TIn. March 26 -Thestate boaril
if charities has issue.l a moSt earsee
ipoeal to all officials, to 'he legiasstre
tad to the general public, tasan mre ao-


-. .1


I0 i


-ommodlations be provided for sue as-
iane Wuare there are now three
asviums. coutaining 1.175 white san
543 negro inane, the board oinds thas
20 .eso than 67 white and 213 negro in-
rane idiots and epileptics are in poor*
houses and jail and in private care.
The increase of negro insanity is very
great, where 43 years ago an nsanse no-
gro was an extreme rarity.
The board urges the building of oot-
aoes and the "colony system" of reac-
ng the insane. The asylum for she
iegro inane, already twice enlarged.
nous have another extensive addition.


Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup, that marvelous A 'rishtful Blund.er
twi-dicine for throat and lung troubles. Will often cause a horrible Burn,
quickly relieves a-id cures the painful i o
l.'athing and dangerouMly mtoundin cough, S Ieald, Cut or Bruise. Bucklen'o Ar-
indicative of contested lungs. No other nica Salve, the best in the world,
teitedy is its ,qual, will kill th, pain and promptly heal
--- -- it. Cures Old Mores, Fever Koree.
Ex.- .v,-rnor Stone Dead. UIlcers, Boils, Velons. Corns.all tkin
JACKSON, Miss., March 26.-Hon. J. Eruptions. Best Pile cure on earth.
M. Stone. president of the Starkville Only 25 cents a box. Cure guaran-
teed. gold by W. A. D Alemberte--
Agricultural and Mechanical college, a Druggist.


state institution, and for ten years the
governor of Mis-iisappi, died at Holly
Springs this morning after a short ill-
nsees with erysipelas. The remains were
taken to luka tort nterment.

Whseler lay Accept.
WASHINOTO!, March 26. General
Wheeler is said to have had a confer.
once with Secretary Root relative to
his appointment as a brigadier general
in the army. General Wheeler. it was
stated as the department, has taken the
matter under auviaement and will prob-
ably aoo*pt.
Cotton Mill For Cuchran.
COCHRAN, Ga. March 26 -The citi-
sons of Cochran will raise a sufficient
amount of money to build a cotton mill
here and will make aozlication for a
charter immediately. Forty-five thou-
sand dollars have already been sub.
scribed.

Attend Falk's opening
to-morrow, Thursday and
Friday.

We are Sole Axents For
ayw, Ir .- Aillian,';. ('l -. Y1. N
til,*I i'- d:,il ('!ev -l.ind \ all P; p ,
: -, it'; ,--. J. KV. It -- X C, N. i
N .! f x. :.,;. :,'. -X; -:f


*i.4usa ('arpolne Iuterprie-.
Cor.ruMna. 3 0.. Mjrch 2& -A charter
ass bean is4ed to sb-9 Abbeville deav
.ngs and Investment comp-cny of Ab.
3vevilie. Tooe casial stock of #he com-
pany as to be $.0,.uoa. The Caarleston
i rookery coinpan has notified she se
relary of state that it baa increased its
capital stock from $10.000 so $0. ou0. A
charter has also been issue ito the P.
M Buttr company of HIusbcrg. The cep.
itai stock of tame company is to be l.000
and the purpose is to ( 1 a real e st
and insurance businesai. A comamission
has been Issued for the reorgansuiza o
of the Lhester Boitiing company, cap&.
trl, $1,500.
Planters Favor the Tartff.
SAVANNAH, March E6.-C-(olonel J. IL
IM. Clinch, president of the Rice Grow.
ers' association, will write Senators Be.
con and Clay. informing them of she
sentiments of the Georgia rice growers
with regard to she Puerto lRican tariff
matter, and requesting them. if cosnes.
tnts with their views of the question.
to support the bill providing for a tasrff
of 15 per oent upon Puerto R;'an pro-
ducts.
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Furniture at all Prices.
Don't Pay $40 and $50


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2 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, MARCH 7, 1900.


MATRON AND MAID.
Mra. Potter Palmer finds that her do-
ks as commissioner to the Paris exposi-
0o will be merely honorary.
The Lawton fund has reached nearly
$100.000. Mrs. Lawton is already be-
og overwhelmed with begging letter.
Miss Rowe Murray of Toledo. the cham-
Flou woman bowler of America. has en-
sewd her name for the international tour-
0arentatat Union Hill park in July.
The will of the late Mrs. Ella P'. Me-
s1ain of Geneva. N. Y.. bequeaths $10.-
0W to the city hospital of Genera and
$10,000 to the cemetery for a mortuary
Mrs. Pickett. wife of the Confederate
pmeeral who led the famous charge at
Gettysburg. is the author of some very
petty memorial verses-"Our Gathered
IlAy-printed in the Baltimore papers.
Miss Beatrix Jones. a society girl of
Worth Carolina, has made a bid for the
appointment of landscape gardener for
he rounds of the new SS. Peter and
Paul's cathedral to be built in Washing-

M.s. Alice McL. Birney. president of
the National Congrems of Mothers, re-
grets to announce that she will not be
able to receive her friends for some time,
*wing to the continued illness of her
daughter.
Mis Mary Buchanan Randolph, who
was buried at Wlaplewoo,. near Char-
lotterille. Va.. recently, was a daughter
of IDr. W. C. N. Randolph, for many
gas rector of the University of Vir-
gia. and a great-great-granddaughter of
Thomas Jefferson.
Misp Anne Rhodes, corresponding see-
retary of the New York State Federation
of Women's Cluts has gone on a trip to
the island of Trinidad. She expects to
be away about a month. She will get
material for a lecture, about the place.
people and cestonm..
After nearly .-I y.ars --f newspaper
work in the Inited States Mr'. Jennie
June ('rly will s",n l.,are f.,r England.
ber native riun*-ry. when- .h. will pass
the remaining years. of her 'if. She It--
ona newspaper work in 1~'55 in New
Yrk and was one of the founders of
'oroiAs, in lis.
Mrs. Carrie Chapman Catt of Brook-
lyn, who succeed.Is Mi-s Susan B. An-
thony as president of the National Asi.'-
dation of the Woman Suffrage Socwieties,
is a popular college woman and has for
a number (of ye-ars been a.s,-'iabtd with
Miss Anthony i:i advancing the work of
the organization.
A young woman named Eiika Paulasz
is likely to lIe the first wonianu architect
of Austria. She has applied to the Buda-
mWt board of examiners for a certificate
to practice, already having her certifi-
cates as a draftsman and as a master
nason. It is now necessary for her to
demonstrate her ability to control bodies
of .men: Therefore she must undergo a
public trial.


CURTAIN RAISERS.
Marie Tempest denies the report that
abe intends to sing in the music halls in
LAedon.
Charles Frohmnn is having a play.
based ,n Peg 1Wffi:gton. written for
Maude Adams.
Thbi thing grows. Fay Templeton mim-
it Fougere, and Fo,ug-re munmi's Fay
Tump:eton's mimicry ,if ;.e-.
HVilson Barrett's "Sign of the Cross"
has t,'-n translated into Il.lis-h and has
made lMr.. t'aiiib'l''l ik to revive some of the<
laeterlini k plays in l.,,n:il.dn and pro-
dut- ,thutrse n,.v.er so'n thire tebfre.
llteert Iworwnin Jili, O p-'s former
husband. whl', ww to lhavr acted with
Ada I:c'h:i in l.:g:andl. lihai. gne to
&ulth A.\f:i.a.
lMarie \V .-i;iwri-iht ihi: .'.za z. .1 Payten
(c ib .t.s l ':iv Na:i- -. ,h 1., h r .l-,--i'liine
i* ber n ai .'v ski,- t .ih. .i.i,,ile,>n
Vert-uis J.-c>hint-.."
W ile ll i-n-, t l!t ls:i .11,l.4,1l I..e-t
H icL 'ns inbl i;4- 4>i';l;it/:iin of his
novel. -Thle I..,d'1.ii,'r -.'" ainl wiii lict ill
the' l>!ay iu all j:tn-baitili:y.
Henr.rk IIlsen'- "\VWhen t'. ]- I
Awake" hias %,e< :i rTel in tlh'<' ri,':"'Tn:li
hciti s itl1 \ c'.-. :i]tthu-h with""'t civ-
ica the. imn.i: .- .. t!at it w-:. likely t,.
<'jly 1:1 1 :: l> ;!;aIl ty ,.i] ti.' stI -;,'.
It <'e-n>- i '.:it thO' ;new th'.'::1t' ill St.
tb y t'i :: I,,- ..:.,;u ;.f ,, ;;'!. thi<,i;-!
l ., lth, i. 1-, ,- f it :;!,,l Nv:ll esfi ld1.h1
there li'. I,,',il a .,;:i<',lv tr,,iiie'. he:il.d
by beynlotur i,'.0 ;ia'l li.:aline Terriss.


LINGERING IA (GRIPPIE COU('(.
0. Vache*. 157 Osrood St.. Chici-
go. say: "My wife had a very se-
vere case of Ia &rrippe. and it left her
with a very bad cough. She tried a
bottle of I oley's Honey and Tar and
it gave immtlediate relief. A 4o cent
bottle cured her cough entirely.."
Price 25". and .'e. W. A. D'Ale'm-
berte.

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Handsome pictures, bric-
a-brac, etc., in endless ar-
ray at rock bottom prices at
.Marston Finch's.
WAITED.
WuMta ta by all kids of Socu0e


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Coffee: Coffee!!.
11'e call the attention of
the general public to fhe
fact that we have one of
the best equipped Roasters
in the South. and that we
can furnish this delicious
beverage a prices that
defy competition. WVe also
wish to remind you that our
Coffees are always fresh
from the Roaster. While
otAers are old, and have lost
their aroma, ours is fresh
and delicious.
cew Orleans Grocery Co.,
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vTiite, Ky., preachbed his farewell *er-
mon to his old ceagregation Sunday.
How's This!


We offer One Hundred D
ward for any case of Cat
cannot be cured by Hall'i
Cure.
F. J. CHENEY, &CO., To
We. the undersigned, ha
F. J. Cheney, for the last
and believe him perfectly 1
in all business transacti
financially able to carry o0
ligations made by their fin
WEST & T
Wholesale Druggists, 7
WALD)INo. KINNAN & MA
Wholesale Druggists, To
Hall's Catarrah Cure is
ternally, acting directly
blood and mucous surface
system. Price 7bc. per bot
by all druggists. Testimoi
Hall's family pills are th

I will repair your wat
jewelry in first-class sty
Stephens.


Sf miodicinei that i,
prescription fill d iin thi-
pertectly pure. Pure drugs
sipe-dy recovery. PooI'r dr
a relapse. Y,.u want the b
us fill your presci iption. amu
other inedicine. WV.1. Gre
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aea Awwal Ars. sCall f r a e Convention. invention@
COIBIX, Ky.. MaTux X. 04 Call for a State emocratie convention to HIere are few
Roiers Noake, for whom it is reported be held at Jaeksonvile, Fla.,Tuesday, Jne have Ieen str'u
a warr au has been issued charging The democraticlparty of the state of Flor- either miouey o
Ida will hold a state convention at Jackson- ful inventor. N
cOOm.tcity imGaon 5bel' sas msuon. vle on Tuemsay. June 19,at12 noon, forte what his ae
writs lThe Campnus o this place tat tfol'owing purposes: w Ls Lme
he as at Norton, Va, attending to s To choosedelegates torepresent the state Lit o;peier.' li
in the national democraric convention, to
duties as conductor and read. to be ar- behold atIKas sBCity, o..Jnly 4. l o to hutO Il- ,l.' 1 is
rested with proper others with a war- nominate candidates for the offices of (ov- II n:..' al lut
ernor, one Justice of the taupreme Court, ,;ti:,l.d. .1*
MUl a ,Secretary of State, Attorney-General,
Alleged horse Theves Killed. omptroller. Treasurer,. superintendent of' u .
Aillr Here Titr.P Killed. public lnstructilon.Comnitsioner of Agri- V1o -a. t ti
ArlKANSAS CITY. Kn., March -.-A culturee, a Railroad Commlsioner for the I
term of four years. four Presidential Elect- hall? 1 \Vhi' !et L
report ilag been received from the Osage ors andfour alternates, to be voted for at alout $,i.C.00 a
the next regular state election, and to
that United Stases deputy marlha i Itransmat such other business as may come is as gtIl as 1.i
have ialied Richard Wilton and fa:aly eore the conventi n te state ill united States-
wounAeG Jo1a 1 as1 alleged 1orse send delegates to the convention upon the bhive to) l .iK oul
taievese Wilson esotoed Iromu he &an- following bstsa of reprssenation: one dei- ,iuastersLips or
tentil~T l4tJu.y. gate for each one hundred votes cat for
"*s p a the candidate on the state ticket who re- nation. \\Vhy c
ceived.thehlighest number of votes at the' return lIll is
Flour Mitt Detur..yod. general election of ltM. and one additional return
LAWn-- i, KI&. March t -The vote for the fraction in excess thereof trIlyster3. but t
when it amounts to fifty or more. Tbhe strin fastenedl
plant of the Pierson Flour Mill con- committee has also allowed additional rep-
resentation where the vote was increased breaking, and
pany. valued at $150,000, was destroyed at the election of 1SN9 in any county for that can tie It so
by ire today. Several thousand bush. state officers. Ihe counties under this rule but
will be entitled to representation as fol- ? but they will nc
eis uf weast and several hundred bw- lows: out It.
re.e of flour were burned.~ L mr j Alachu ......... 14 Leon ..... ....14 The "dancing
d .0 00. Bradford ......... fi Levy ... ... It nfmo u
Raker ........... 2 Liberty its infamous au
Mrs. KLa0meir buethoa. Brevard .......... 5 Manatee .. 3 fore it got to b
Calhoun .................. 2 Madison 7
Nw YORK, March 2t- T. I&Citroun ..... .... 2 Marion rao's serpents"
Kletmer, widow of a COUcunnati Clay 4 Monroe 4. during Its brief
I Columbia .............. 6 Nassau .. 4 pin" netted 8on
brewer, committed suicide during ade ....... Orange .. ntted son
the night at the residence of her dag- Deoto ...... .. 6 Osceola.......... 3 lion for ts de
Duval .. ......... .... 22 Pasco 4
Mer. Mrs. ant Meyer. by inhalig Escambi .. 11 Polk 8 not even know w
gas. 8hehasl been despondent several rankln ... ...... st. Johns 7.. alone the inven
a dei .... ..... 7 'utna i ....... M magazine.
days. Hamilton.... 4 Banta Rosa aazn .
Hais Frewell Sermos. Hernando .......... 2 umter 4
His Forwell Sermoft Hilsboro ..12i Suwannee .A
ATLANTA. March 2.-Dr. Henry Moc Holmes ..: Taylor
Donald of the Seoond Bapst church, 'Jefferson ..... 14 Wakulla .. 5 For Democratic
who some weeks ago accepted a call eakett Wanton 4
f he First BaRntitss chnroh of Shelby. Lee ..... Resolved, That
viii, Ky, prachd hi farwellser


The counties will select their delegates in ocratic party o Erscamia county still be
any macunter which may be considered best held at owelton at 12 o'clock noon on the
any manner which may be considered best hday of April. o for the purpose of
by the people acting through the party or- 14th day of April. lD, 41.for I1iepurp4)"e of
ganizathonas recognized by the last state y electing twelve 1121 persons to represent
ganiztiona recognizedhy the last state i ntvt the itrict Conven-
convention. All democrats are Invited to E mto ncm inctyacaiteirConge
participate in the selection of delegates 'loe to nminatr candidate for Conwgres
i hereto. including those who have become and for the purpose of electing twelve '12
qualified to vote since the last election. persons to represent Escambia county it
The chairman and secretary of each coun- the State Convention at such time and
ty convention held for the purpose of elect- pace as may be tixtd by it' hl.tate and Con-
ing delegates to the state convention are gressional JDemocratictqomiiittees and for
request to send to lion. W. A. Rawls. the purpose r.f selecting a County Execu-
chairman. Tallahassee. Fla., a written or tive 'ommittee to hold until their succes-
printed copy of the proceedings of such stors ilhall be selected( in i1s2.
county convention, together with list of The precincts are and shall be entitled to
the namesof the county executive commit- the following representation at said Coun-
tee, in which should be designated the tyConvenition:


ions and chairman and secretary of such committee. % No. 1. Nix's I
t any ob- J.. PE W. A. RAWLS, No. Kupfritin's
ut any ob- J.C. CooP'ER. Chairman. No.3. Millview '
m A. secretary. No. 4, Ferry Pass .......... 2
RUAX, No. .5, H urst'b 1
Toledo. 0. No.,i. Powelton.
Toledo. 0. No. 7, Pin- Barren ....... 1 ,
LR V IN I N o. s.C rah tree .. .. ... .. = "
ledo. 0. No. V. Bluff prings
taenin. No. 14. Ward & H ollanid's. 1'
taken in- 0 No. 11, Walnut Hill ..... I
poen the No. Pensacola ... 4
es of the o. );. PnDacola.. 41.
tle. Sold No. 15. Penacola ........
nials free.' No. .1i, Pinevile ...
e beht. No. 17, Brent's 1
No.IS. MclDavid I
No. 1, Molino ..... 1
Seh- anJd No f't. F-loinaton ... .
Ches and For the purpose of electing delegates from
le. J. I. the several precincts as above set forth and
for the purpose of nominating two canoi-
dates for the House of Kepresentatives, for
the purpose of nominating a candidate for
fSheriff. a candidate for Clerk of Circuit
Court, a candidate for Tax Collector. n can-
l n *p--"didate for Tax Assessor, a candidate for
STreasurer, a candidate for County Judge. a
candidate for Superintendent of Public In-
struction, a candidate for County Surveyor,
candidate for Clerk of Criminal Court. a
Sph a b e t! candidate for Justice of Peace and a Con-
stable for second District, a candidate for
Justiceof Peace for Fifth District, can-
didates for three members of'ounty School
SHoard, a primary election of the Demo-
cratic voters of hscamiia county shall be
iholden between the hours of 8.:;) a. m. and
6:45p. m. on Tuesday. the loth day of April.
( was an ANCIENT who used la r. tiana tor the purpose of conducting maid
A to burn wood. election the following inspector.- and clerks
o( f-lection are hereby beae:ted and ap-
ia for BILLS that he paid pointed:
When he could. Precinct No. l--:ha. Andrews, Nell GasZe.
when hec ,W..D. Bell, inspectors; Archie Benton,
j n was the COAL that he after-' clProinet No. 2-Ash Cravey.LouisDanlelia
Co wards bought. Jamns Cravey. inppecturs; T. M. bcarnrt,
is the DIRT and DST that it Pr,'-in(t No. :i-Frank Sunrez., I. P. Wil-
in brought. liainJohIn tel, in-pectors; D. E. Douglas.
roes in a c' Jerk.
-tore is is the EVIL these tl.ings l'recinit No. 4-w. i{. Doug!a. w. IL. No-
s invan a J brought tO pass. hits. t' 1'. tionzal,'z. iiipectorc; \v. A. Tip-
s I n-an E brought to pas-. p i on. clerks.
It--ll inean was his FOLLY i no ,,i ing 1, 1 l'r-cinet No. 5-<-;Go. H. I nvig. .loan Bry-
'-t. Let his FOLLY in not using ant. A. J. :ui-!e. in-pectors; Louis Fratter.
d! suprp FL gas. cl-rk.
Pr.-cinct No ;--(eo. \V.tuinn, W. M.Me-
en & C. is the GAS George used ill hi v. Win. .Henderson, insp,-etor.:O. :.je.--
t," 37 S. stove. mr1.n7s. clerk.
frtcinict No. 7-B. A. I.ie. W. E. Tucktr.
is the HEIGHT of j,'y a J. M. lEntl-rkin, ixnspector.s; W. W. Cwelt-
H -. brought to his home. i, ciit NO. i-A.T.VFillinim.H.P How-
T is the hINDIA le d I't tinr, H. F. t'rabtrt'e, in-pector. Taylor
use GA. Precit No. -L. I). Nrowder, A. J.1. ('ow-
art. l W. Ta lor, inspector.; .l. Z. sryinl-,
cannot uze it, for J tlie ch.tk.
JACKASS. rie ,c:nct -No. I--c..1. .War I. lJohn C(',,,-
iman. -'. ltugtby. inspectors,; t. H. Bryar-.
is the KITCHEN where (;AS clerk.
is ja the.. fuel. P'r.>-inct No. il-.I. I. L., Ll-. |lnn ..
K is Ithe fuel. Cinlim-on Hall. inspectors: J. It. Steward
cola is the LAUNDRY, they"er ,rknc. o. :2-w. F. L.e, R. '. K...
Both of 'ein cool. W ill laily p-ctor';.i. oil-its. ci, rk.
y ,r ciin- t 1; --A. A Ei-hi-r. I. H.t~ou:;i.
is the MONEY. saved by a w. H. I. McDavli. Insp-cLors: F'. Maura.
Gas Range. elerk.
P reinct No. It--nthony Riern. A. H AI-
is for NOW, the best timne for ver. L. Vw wlltinan. .inspector."; Joiin A.
N a change. Merriltt. cl-rk.
AW a Panreci.t No. I.>-.nlamn ; Wilkint. Geo. M.
O j. Hallmark. C. M. Coston, litspectors; J. 1.
nC1d i; the OFFER thie Company hitamn. clerk.
nia j lqakeS. Precinct No. I,-W%. II. Hubbird. Luk..
SFlower .IJr.. B. 1'. W illltrm s. i -I r -: .1.
p is the PROFIT, dcn't make a RI. Hubbird, clerk.
P mistake. PrecNuct No. 17-A. 4;. C'opton':, w. ..
.Ku-letD. Georgt lioyt, Ini W.,ctui -; \in.
Q is for QUESTION; no ques- Rafferty. clerk.
St Preoinrt No i-1-L.. 4 rewton. I). F.. %I-.
Stion at all! David M. 0 Bag..tt,. inspector J. E.
is the RANGE you should Precinct o... H. ;rimlar, W. A. Mi!:-
)re buy before Fall. ler, A. J.F l'ingin. insip.-ctors: F. Mi. \Voo,!.
clerk.
is the SAVING you make. if rreciuct o. ..--W. H. May,. Win. M,'-
VOU do. C'ut'h.-oin. \Wil. M. McCurdy. i*,p 'to.-:
1. I'. *.tewart,rierk.
is the TIME and TIROUBLE Thli"voti"i at elch precini-t sh.il be :at
.1 d av d t ii-,'llow in-i places resr['cii el ..
G saved, too. No. :.--. ,.,! .,u.. .
6c Not --i 1tl t atl' 1Park.
is the INION of ComforNtNo. :.-- ,,. tor,..
U and thrift. No). I.-o Id lltrt', 'iiac-.
V is VEXATION, now cut it Nil. 't-- re. tor.
V adrift. ar t ,
ad rift. ,. .--I;,ef M market.
reet i WISDO in havin-- iiln 'i,- --,. l1, i,e. .
61,* change .1. '.--. 1:0 -, Waln t 1, 1'.
N '>. l 'W.-- t'to i', I Il- l ciii. t id A l'mI.
plus i three Dollars to buy a .No. i:.--N oth.vIni clina.l-r. P.,,an',d A a;.i
UOs Range. tiarden.
S ___ No. 14.--C', rnPr lomanai:lt anl Pl, tfix.
Y ifor YOU, please observe ais lot 'rt- St,,:-.
you pass. N .i. l;.-I ttel-.!, nciaand erviilir r-.
go '. i l;-l'GieI Ii;V,
i t our ZEAL to supply vou N,. 17.--I;r.t Sta;tion -.'iio, ,,li -'.
S N l-.--iN:r.tinc- to tnip (vri,.roui..
No. .--*j- io oIatiin. nie'a r state lino.
I Ia ui'h pl'tnelict s lalft vote tor- .- hrwho ;.
- tl a- el.cted from *ur pr-cinict
I-,AS RANGES $13. COneCfi Fr. niinigthli-maliest vot:- of thlo-e elected
wrl shnil cilst il half voto.
anese Alw while l'-iii'rT at' It-gally vote urTtlr itho at of th. legislature of 1'.
-- cIIl, ll\ Iontained in chapter 4.-7- who have palt
PiVOUVcla V oih liir poll tax.. for the ye-ar*s li. and 1',.i..
and who will plt dge thmern.el es to support
AS. WO. PALAT t noi,,es of-aid prnar election and
*A S. 10. 3 So, mJ. OSTl. aidconvelintio1ishall bt ,i-ntitlsd and are
cordially invited to participatein said pr:-
shall be held in all ways under the rul>-.
[A, FLA JORJN CDAVIDI, and regulatios as s-t forth in said chapt r
LA< FLAVA m\v ,^ 4,. and this committee .hall meet at thu-
____ ES_ tTATEfIrO'AF ofaB,, the county J ud,'t in the city ,,f
REAL ESTATE A KA Pensacola. at Ko'clock p. m..on the lth'y
of AprlI. 10>. at which time and pla e they
RSELF! CITY PROPERTY, FARMING will receive returns, canvass the *am.
*ii:uaus; ., and announce the result of .iald primary
,,.ti, AVND TfIMBER 1 ANDS election, and the inspectors above named
t'. Ar TMBR LA S will have then and there the returns of said
, -at:.,;" .FOR SALE. '-tI'ctmou.
SThe ballots to h' used hall be printed on
....s l. pltin white pap.'r, and shall have no di.-
" Kt_ Loans Placed at {ftssauble iates tUnguishing uark-


for Infants and Children.


The Kind You Have Always Bought has borne the .
ture of Chas. H. Fletcher, and has been made uind, r ,.
personal supervision for over 30 years. Allow no ,,, .
to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitatimni .
**Just-as-good are but Experiments, and endant- r t!i.1
health of Children-Experience against xperinmnt.

The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears the Signature of





In Use For Over 30 Years.




Chase. H. Turner,


i.it in\v'ntel tlhe return
Spajtent lusted he drtv.
year from it. and that
eing president of these
--lietter. for he didn't
t for fourth class post-
wo.rry about a reno1ii-
hildren should want a
a deep. unfathomable
hey do. The rubber
to the ball Is forever
the child doesn't live
o that it will stay tied.
t consent to live with-

Jim Crow" toy paid
thor $75,000 a year be.
e an old story. "Pha-
Smade $00,000 a year
career, and "John Gil-
iething like half a mil-
iser. Most people do
what these toys are, let
tors' names.-Ainslee's


. CALL
c Primaries antd Con-
vent Ion.
a convention of the I'em-
1 -


-AAND-


General Contractor,


Building. Repairing. Mantel and Grate Setting. Plumbi::z. -
and (ias Fitting.

A Complete Plumbing Department under the
Management of E. B. More.
AW Arritii- D-siwns. Estimate-. Plan- and Speciflcati. .- -
ing of All Kinds, Prepared on Short Notice.
Xf" A L:arze and Carefully Soletctetd Stock of Fine Me .
Tiling of All Kinds, Bath Tubs, Clo-et and Household Applhl.t: -
Hot Water and Gas Fixtures.


No. 19 S. Palafox St.


:: Telephone No. 345


---THE-




Citizens National Bank
OF PENSACOLA.


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


JOHN F. PFEIFFER
CASHI:- -
R. M. BUSHNELL.
ASST. CASH: -.


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


MORRIS I;1-: \.


A General Banking Business Transarcted.


Vessels' Acconts Handled on Favorable Terms. Ex.
Change Bought and Sold, Collections
Promptly Attended To.

ACCOUNTS SOLICITED.




The Star Laundry,


I PIPi0ER LUIY OIF E1T FLORIDI!6


Our Address
i- alwayss asked for w'i..:..
less beauty of tl;. I.t,:
here is displayed ,n:
SHIRT FRONT, ( *I 1.
AND ('1 I *-F-
It i-k 'ur lh,'-t r ,comniii ,: I,,
are always reliable at.i ;
never fail f iv.. ,e i.;'..
tiln.


ALLT WORK C. 0. D.
TELEPHONE 114. 37 L. GARDEN S7
rGYOODA CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED FREE.-W
WAT.In R INGRARAM. MKanager.


ESTABLISHED 1863.


McKENZIE OERTING & CO.,
0 DEALaKS IN o

Ship Chandlery and General Hardware,
60S AND 605 8. PALAkIOX STRErT.

REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEBLING'S ON "( "u
GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RU88EL & SON'S PUM -
Bank, hrlt PINit& liltNU, lutMl Istrmmstt, Iat eorl, >Ml)
OOMP u AS SXM. nR.
C. McKenzie Oerting Collecting Agent for Bar Pilots' B : '
ciation.
"_IOf. ____ __pI F 1 1
*~~~~~~ *-mvnymmmrfl


__~_~___ ~~__ __~__I __


+ .ARCHITECT*


EV ERY DHOPI


RIX M. OI-











THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, MARCH 27, 1900. 8


WHATGII'ANCIE HS11"A NNT


i-armers' Association Petitions
Congress.





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t iltI*l %N('N IACT.

a -ritt- oaf .criou* di--
nu diorder of tie
: t Kidney Cure i-
l' it to-day if you are
.;. W. A. D'Alem-


ACTS GENTLY ON THE

KIDNEYS, LIVER

AND BOWELS

CLEANSES THE SYSTEM




ITUAL EFFECTUALLY




10U Grp A
S UAL PERMANENTLY



U7 T"e ENVIre 1SAN'f 0 eBY



em sa% a rsutlSo sMeet so ea rn-.

4 t i .l < :, ..t T 1 a- % o 1tO t!n.nut is
ou"r. to- < l, fi t n \s wl.t- M o l -r
wnlll'- -a'c--ll tl:;'; thi' isprit of e Montl-
q;oi;,nry 11\ in iiit-. \viio wmoill lmake
the' g;rwln'. f art-i:fti aiti)n1 (In t0he. Pi
eifl' niatlt- ,lispilt'. If inot an international
entnngloment. ARTHiU R,. -vUNN.

DAILY MARKg R KsPORTS.
COTTON.
MSw Yoang March b26 'w cuIA
Jat uary ... ..... .. .. 7 .... 7.96
**oorary.. .7 .... 7 t
.r.a ..... .... 56 w
Aprrilt ........--. ,0 -.. 5
M .. ... ........... .... 9 34
Juas.. -----------... ... 9 A
Jaly ..... ... .... .27
Anu s -..-............. 1-l .... 9 17
a p mnew. r .......... 4 .... *8.3
sw inr .......... .... .$ 10
.%ovemnOer .. .... .... -.
Lke nner ta 7 !e7 ....nn. .
Spot cottf1lcio- 1-l -tU..t nai'tliug up-
Lanm't 0 7 'I nitil.-llling ulf to 1-I- .
RAIN AN ) *'.JJi.s:JNS.


chICtAao. M-urcln
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NAVAL SO %.I
SAVA&3N&3 Marh 2"'. -Spirits tnrpem
Line liryik at 52 rooceipra '.;4stidies:.- ..
exports 7. 'RoasiniDrillA-tcl,! ituchanged.
rreelpta ilt..sales .Wr. -x p rts 13, Pj 14

Yxir~t'iii with
i*- alu i :1md cold cuIre-d. ho v s loin o I
t Ake Foley's Honey and Tar before it k~
tcaol LATP. W. A. I)'Aiernherto.

In, F.-kanlifat Counnty(Circuint Cmirt, First
J uciicaal l'ir-nni -.tate *if Floridla.
liazdad g14-ha Factory Cotnipany. a
.-t.r macai oin.
MIr-. lautra Tally and c. M.- Colp-
titan
Th- 'let,'n'arnt 4'N11 c4 ol.-nifiri 14 r.i -qt red
ti ftimc.ar to' thhilet.l t ?.d1 ninn.fi- au- -upanmn
1 lit, -,rdcor ta twpihh;utl-iie-iin Taut DAsIL,
K% KW na in.wuijm;)-r Vu IPIitlietie A i I-i t I( :i -
vcstiniott-~~e u fitv, EAmn-'eachb wt c--k.for earb iz
CA, I~"-ckin II. -r -
A.- St. M cm Ian.
%L Ca i.rk 4 irvinit court,
Ii.1-11a.i lerk.
I'e .s- .5Fl~ornida. Nt r-cin,.jram).


N o)TIC F Ia here-by givon thint the tinder-
h=atfled intend to applY tfit Ie#-lflverr-,,r
f Flcaraii fear letters psitt-nt. toa arwnorpor it,-
lt o i.iunwody .t '.eaipiny Lunder the awt-n.
-,ate zwo.rpor~atofl l aw of Ihe"ela~ftv-of I-br-
le. tinn i-n a chiarter an tiordliand Ii.,urc-
f-.i c.C Aik i. thne ecrit-riwielgt4-hic-h i. ,:n tilt- nll
ia- tilik- A-( t taer, -e*rc-tm ny of mitt-.
II lI, ii m-cal to"e iwa'.-roii e zat I Stil-,it a h-Ic-
1e-izr-. OI .nuwEI &--ey p& wid i I -
tine ioi--. l'Petisanolm~a uEi-cmtitfia ccuant.%
*- it I nvirieta
14 t 1 ,11A AmncIt, -1n1at4%%:. 31,A t 'A 1tn 111t ..- r
It a -.rt ccr tfill, Iat-.%tc.- fAa, -, I I. --a 'i
-, !cm!,, raid Iiit h-i, ttch- 1(1ittw,%'-I !i r
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I-..-- u A.. 'it f 'icc -I-W l -- -.J a-
niS-. Ztl' I*.W ~ i ~riceI~n*i


%* Cr ai ta t e U MrVr.
Sir Noel P'aton. the painter. enjoyed
almost as wide a celebrity as a Joker
as he did as an artist. An encounter
he had with a physician in Yorkshire,
with whom he was on the most Intl-
mate terms. is an Instance in point.
Sir Noel was the physician's guest.
His drawing room boasted of a mag-
nificent mirror, which reached from
floor to ceiling of the lofty room.
One im ring while the guests were
asimn)bh'ld in the room one of them no-
ticted, a large crack near the top of the
miri'or. The physician was horror
strie.k.en : ud asked question after ques-
tion iii an effort to discover the culprit.
Perr;lI.xetl and sorrowful, he stood
l(,oki!:! at the shattered glass when
Sir Ne4-l asked that a stepladder be
broi'.:lt that he might examine it more
<'l,' .':.v.
.M1nt!:h:.g. he drew a ra' from his
p,',:.,: t h.:.1 hastily ran it across the
s':pi-. :-,-el crark. nh'n, lo and behohl,
it ,!iinapiareil': le explained that.
ihal inl acomine down earlier than the
ri't tof thine' guests. hie procured a lad-
der ;and ; l;ar of .o;:n) ;.adl ludicted the
s*' -cin;i igy irr-patr:ia:lHe injury.

Actresses Palunt Tbeir Facea.
"I* is a i.i.staheu ieIa that actress-ea
:'.{ ; ',:n!,nal ruli handso sl:l4,. tain off." w'it s ,'-ratiklin Fyles
i "l'he L.:ldles' Il-ine Journal. "The
r,*- ',r.-, is ;Is likely to ie trnu. Never-
!:, 1 a ll t atl'iri-al fae-.s have to lbe
p: :n'.-l. It may I. ::Issniumed safely
!.' ;! iit' r til' n'onplexion is genuine.
Alin cx Itlny I 'P'Iitir- l no> fal!sity. A. dark one
Pm:y ('l!inh'e to sutilt the character to he
n-u'ii:;r.l. lut thf-se 'x('ep)tillns to the
riiue, ae rar'. The gl;ire of artificial
lhlit wouil inwk<> most faces ghastly
vl. hit ori unphleasa.ntly sallow i bright
hi-'s were not :ilad on. The art of col-
oring a pretty visage ja-st enough and
not overdoling it is one which all ac-
tri.ses should learn. Many do not.
and so we see beauty disfigured In-
stead of enhanced. Others are very
expi'rt. There are two distinct proc-
esten. One makes use of colored pow-
ders applied dry: the other mixes the
same powders with grease, making a
substance called grease paint."
A Maple Observer.
Here Is a story with a moral: A
countryman had Just returned from a
journey to Paris. One of his cronies
asked him what opinion be had formed
of the Parisians.
"DIelightful people." hei replied, "but
frivolous. changeable and altogether
Incapable of forming an attachment
of any duration."
"How long were you there?" asked
his friend.
"Three days."---'hieago Newa.
THE BFIST SALVE IN THE WORLD
is Fanner Salve. It is, made from a
prescription by a world wide known
ski.i specialist and is positively the
most healing salve for piles, turns.
scalds. ulcers, running sores and
?-kinldiseases.-W. A. D'Al inberte

J. I. Stephens has a larie a-sort-
Tnmet of Molid Sterling Silver and
Roger's Knives, Forks and Sroon

Convention 'all.
Tl, i-ixteenIth annual nes-titn of
thli W'in;tan's ChristJatia etenperanc-e
I ion t of F'loridla. will be o i hld it,
(;iaine- ville. April :3rd, 4th handi 5th.
The fir.-t st-ssion. will be at ; p. In..
,of Tupe-dav the third.
SMi-s Belle Kearinpy of Flora.
Mia-., will give the convention ad-
uime -, adding int-erest to the o)ea-
-,n. AI.I': L'C. lRoWsN.
.\tA J. ( IG.ENN. Pre-idelit.
Re-o.rdiing Sec'y.

Sitibcril)e to THE: N -AW,. only Iu
c-'iit per week.

EMPLOYMENT OFFICE.
Ring up 382 or call at the office,
11 North Palafox street, when in
need of a carpenter. B. D. Hofftnmatn,
Business Agent of the Carpentiter's
tnd Joiters' Union, will furnish you
with the desired help on fhort no-
tice. n25tf

If /Olt are ready to go to
house-keeping, let .larston
,9 Finish furnishyour house
for you. They will save you
money. Your credit is good
wit/i them.

Five Thousand Rolls
af WVall Paper in stock, all of thela-


tc.-t pattern.;, and mortnqre cucomnini.
Prices freoan se to $1.7) per roll. J. E.
Ri.s & Co.. No). i IP P l:tfoIx,
Phone ".3-_2. 24f-tf


'HE HEINE ACADEMY rF MUSIC,
No. 1 North t'alafox Street.
MISS EVELENE M. HEINE, Principal.
MISS IDA PIAGGIO, Assistant.
'ic,', I ulture, Violin and Plano, I eipelg
-ten' : also ;uigtar. Banjo and Mandolin.

Best Patent Flour.
Our Best Red 1 Royal
IP/(tent is the best /!Our that
'in be prodcd// b (' any/!

Fr. et Ile .oft /i' oJie of
'I/e best litea'lfast Food(I on
'he market.
.4! niadfe h The 0. E.
Staicfrd (l .ill Co. and for
sale bl/y Ycw Orleans Gro-
:ery Co.
7A.4. 7f'H UGH.
Phone 105. Proprietor.


SUBSBCRIE


THI Din Ie WS,

Only Ten Cents Per Week.


W. O. W.
Live Oak Camp No. 1 Woodman of lie
World.
Meets first and third Friday night in
each month. Visiting sovereigns cordi-
ally invited. W. W. WATSON ,
6. R. T1AMES, Clerk. C. C.

w -b -r.Y UJh-.ULULlE
FOR STEAM DIVISION
PENSAOOLA ELECTRIC TERMINAL
RAILWAY COMPANY.
Trains leave Pensacola for the Little
Bayou, Palmetto Beach. Warrington, Navy
Yard and Fort Barrancas at
6:10a. a. arrive at Fort Barrancas 7:15a.m
10:00 a. m. arrive at Fort Barrancas 10 45 a.o
1:00 p. m. arrive at Fort Barrancas 1 :56 p m
8::0 p. m. arrive at Fort Barrancas 1:15 p m
6:15 p. m. arriveat Fort Barrancas T:lop m
*8:00 p m. arrive at Fort Barranoa 8:46 p.m
Trains leave Fort Barranoae for Poesa-
cola at
T:WO am. arrive at Pensacola.... 0:15 a. m
II .*0 p. m. arrive at Pensacola.........11:46p. m
2:00 p. m. arrive at Pensacola.........2:46 p. m
6:00 p m arrive at Pensacola......... 7:45 p m
7:00 p. m. arrive at Pensaola.........7:46 p. m
*8:4p. m. arrive at Pensaoola........ 9:0 p. m
*atordays only.
In effect Dee. 1st, 18M.
MUNDATY OW DUD3.
Leave Peaoola. Lv Fort Barraneo.
*am. 10 a.m.
11 a.m. 11 i1.
Ip.m. *p.m.
8p.m epam.
4 p. B g pro.
*p.m. 6p.m.
*p.m. 1p.m.


rARB FOR WaXK DATS.
Pensacola to Fort Barranoas and retorna 46
Pensacola to Navy Yard and return-...... We
Pensacola to Palmetto Beach and return lie
PABB PO SUNDAY
fenaoola to jrt Barranoas Navy
S ard and return...........................
Pensacola to Palmetto Beach and
return 1e
No freight received after 3:16 p. m.







GENERAL INSURANCE
-AND-

Real Estate Agents,
PENSACOLA. 'LA.
REPRESENT TWENTY-TWO OF THE
LEADING FIRE, LIFE, MARINE,
ACCIDENT, FIDELITY, PLATB
GLASS AND STEAM BOILER IN-
FURANCR COMPANIES. .. .. .

Gene al Aents of te EqNitablt

Life Ausrance Society of the

gaitel States.




H. A. WAXTER,


FOR SALE.
j At a bargain, 76 acres (30 under
fence and cultivation, the balance
woodland), 34 of a mile north of Cor-
dova Park, with 4-room house, barn
and two stables. Price $600. For
; farther information, apply to W.
Douglass on place, or J. E. Dubuis-
son & Bro.. city. 13mlni

DURHAM Cigars are
the finest 5 cent smoke
Try them at D'Alem-
berte's.



LODGE DIRECTORY

KNIGHTS O0 a rYA'r1 jAS.
Pensacola Lodge, No. 3, K. of P.
meets every Monday even-
ing at 7::.), at Cattle Itall
in Hutchlnson ball. West
Intendencia street.
Visiting brethren cordlall.
welcomed.
M r H. JrDoViyg.
H. HORSLKR. C. C
K. R.& .


0 tbicr Pimici 8 Sri 0 aFor Sherif.
Hou~ienatil rysici ant Sarc on1, ; I hereby announce invmelf as a candidate
for re---eC'tlon tol the ofict eof sheriff of os-
Late of Ocala, Fla.. cambia county. Florida. and oltiat tbesuf-
Offers his professional services to the cit1- tfrages atid interest of all mny friends.
zens of Pensacola. liK.Ra.K E. '"MITy.
Espe'-al attention given to the trema'ien nt
of Chronte 'iea-es and DI)eabes of Forr sheriff.
Women and Childrtn. I hereby announc-0 myself a candidate for
'nirty 'Years practice li thte South. l sheriff of Escambia county at the ensuing
o4Ite fHours:-s a. ni. to 12 m.. "' to 4 p. m. election. J.'C. VANI'KLT.
Residence Phone No. 2-. F. Clerk of the Carcu.i Court.
Rrenr-Blount Buildingc--omtm 3 l he-rehv announce mywn f *as candidate


Dr. Wilmer S. Hall,

DENTAL SURGEON,

Misonic Temple. Pbhon 364.



HEINHBER BROS. iCO.,



WIOLI3AL, GIGOBE ,

Palafox Street,

Pensacola, Florida.



Indigestion!


We challenge the world

to produce a remedy equal

to the Matchless ,Mineral

Water for the cure of In-


digestion, Dyspepsia and

all forms of Stomach, Bow-


el Troubles and Skin Dis-
eases. Guaranteed to cure


or money refunded.


Cost


only 5 cents a day to use it.

One dollar bottle last twen-
ty days.

For sale by all drug ists;

also f11. T. Green ~ Co. 37

S. Palafox Street.
OR ADDRESS


W. W. WILKINSON,
Greenville. Ala.
Testimoinial Fromt Judge Gaston.
URKIKlVILL,. Ala., Aug. In. IW4*.
I take great pleasure in certifying to the
purity and the merit of Wilkinson's Match-
lesi Mineral Water. This natural mineral
tonic, to my personal knowledge. is taken
from a well three miles e'ast of Greenville.
in the exact condition in which It is sold. I
have seen this water used. with wonderful
success. for dyspepsia. Indigestion. sore
eyes 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 dineas s.
ZKLL .ASTON,
Judge of Probate Court, Butler County,
Alabama.


Butcher and Green Grocer.'

PHONE 172
Fresh Tennessee and Native Meats, ThetinyCapdes sresupedor
Chickens and Country lBsm ofConpi
Produce Daily. Theycurein4M liornthe
Shop, Rear of Johnson & Son's Store, same disease without anyincon-
INTENDENCIA STREET. bienca L BYADUM0-11T


CHICK ICTCH'S ENGLISH
!ENNYRa-RAL PILLS
J %SA~rz. Al" ~~sb.Lodlow.;h Irarrimsu
in FICS and!Geld Wadicsnaeboxeu s. -4
'~-~d Wash L."ue fbi.... Take.so ue et. .Refuse
~ Iaudgmevis Obmtkadou.mand laink.-
"us...Buy.of your Laruggliet. eor-i4.1 -. to
=sm.I-rcle' PS.4*.l~ara Ymstwouleibe
ad'elr fer Ladleee%*a &8u. b ew. s -
Ieam Wal. Ite.*"Te-saaenos:.I49-14 cc7
sin f)rcuggcw. t 'lliebool" ,CbellipplaI tC
Vaiumil.thncisiput r MadMaSeesairat., PILA, 114.


Acme Beer.


THE BEST BEER SOLID) IN
PENSACOLA.

Dannheisser Bros.,

AGENTS.

Aso Solt by M. Perry ani Vm. Yates.

The Jug Trade

Is Our Specialty.--*
Prompt Delivery and Sati-factior5


(G


for re-election a clerk of the- circuit court
of Fscanmbla county at the ensuing election
and ask the support of the voters
A. M. MCMILI.A.


PROEB88IONAL OARD8. POLITICAL AI3MWJCEIENz.

Dr. Mareellu5s fle reary, vr Iteireetate.
I berehy tanounce nmv.-lf as a candidate
Physician an Lr[ on ler ., nalie .. la ..
democratic pIumaries.
Itesidence. 21 West GregoryStreet j'. McKN.I palo.rs.
P rionr.';. .--
MoFI.c>. JD'Alemberte Huniling. 119 South For Repr-as I.aaive
k'alafox Streot. Phone T:r."4
af .t Phe ~I hereby announce ny-e,-f afs *a .'inld dail
for Kepresentat:v -of .-.nmblas t'unty ma
the LcKilaiur.-. tijfec tno Ei-e lI:nocrrat i
DR. Wx. C. DiswB.I.KRy. i. ,tr-...,, e ,.

OFIOE-Hanaah Bros.' Drug Store. For .Sheriff
I h-reby antiounce, asavelf a! a candidate
EB8IDENOE--400 E. Jackson Stree for heririffr of kcaiiihia C.ounty. and re-
BI'pectully a-.k the supportt of my friends
anid voters of the county. If elected I will
dia- harge thP duties of said office efficiently,
Wim U Warean, M D fairly and impartiallyW.. HTItNON


For Cirtsuit ('le 'k
I .announce my candidnacy for 'lerk of tbe
Cirs'uit Court of E-a'anabiam county. subject,
to the action of thv emnuinm.g lenmocr.atic
-prianiarnis. K. KR 1.. LnANIELL.
For ('iretuit Cl-rk.
To the Voters of E'scannimiia county:
I hiereby annonte nyV.-elif a candidate for
the otlier of clerk of theI cir-uint court of
E'canhinl county andi will be pl.'ased to
have the support of nvy friends and the
voters generally. .J LA lN IK i. RI'A.
For Tax v.'alleclor.
I hereby announce Iyse f a- a candidate
for re-election as Tax Collector of Et-am-
hia county. ated ask the utipport of my
friends and voters generally.
A. H. I,'ALUMwaiaTu.


Fopr Tax Collector.
The many friends ofJudge P. B. Honifay
having obtained his consent hereby an-
nounce him as a candidate for Tax Collector
of Eseambla county at the ensuing leetien.
MAS TVo"aTUD
Por Tax Asse eor.
I hereby announce myself as a candida
for Tax Assessor of KEcambta county, sub-
ject to the action of the Democratic prima-
ries. If elected I export to meet the appro-
batlon of the tax payer, and will do y
dnty In every detail an I did when I -d
the ofce before.
uao. Rnass.
For Tax Amaeiar.
The candidacy of William W. Richard& w
hereby onnouneed for re-lection as tax as-
sessor for Escamhia county, subject to the
action of the democratic primaries.
For County Treaurer.
I announce myself as a candidate for
the ott..e of county y Treasurer, subject
the action of the democratic primary. and
ask the support of nmy friends.
WILLIAM E. ANtI Row.
Vor Counoy Treaamr.r.
I hereby announce myself as a candidate
for renomination as treasurer of FKeca.mb
county. utJe~tt to decision at theenoutni(
delmocratlc primary election. and respect-
fully solicit the support of the voters of the
countY, pledainsg myself for the future the
"same faithful performance of duty that L
have endeavored to fulfill during my pasSf
tenure of the offet. J. W. FMAT3B.
For Justice of (he Peace.
I hereby announce my candidacy for ro-
elction to the office of Justice of the Peosee
for the Second district. subject to the ac-
tion of the uoinuiatnlDg pa Imarie.
ItOY KIN JoNmas.
For Justice of the Prae.
A' the surgestionot numerous friends. L
her,*by announce my candidacy for .I ustie
of theb -ac- of second district. subject, to
the action of the nominatinir primaries.
JAME*M LANDII>rI.
For Pchool s-uperinnenoent.
I am a candidate for county buperinten-
dent of public instruction. uhbject to tbh
democratic prinmarlei. I respectfully on-
licit tin sufrage of tine Fl:.cnmbiablcounty
voters for tbe above-namnid 1poi.ion.
JAW X IM. TATE.
For e tiao I Superinternkoeast.
To the Voters of Fscamhia county:
I hereby announce mysitf a canisidate for
Superintendent of Public Instruction lo1
Kncambia county and ask the supportof nmy
friends and voters generally.
C. J. BELL.
For baprrtlnen atruct ion.
To the Voters of iscambia county: I
hpr.-by announce myself a candidate for re-
election to the oflfeo of county siperlntn.a-
(lent of public Instruction and will be
pleased to have the support of my friend
and voters generally at the coming demo-
cratic prmnary election. N. K. CooK.
For Membtr school Hoard.
By the request of frtendis I h'reby an-
notunce my candidacy for member of Ks-
canIn lia (',unty icthool Board for Northern
iThirdo district. suhject to the action of
the democratic primary.
A. '. RnRWTO. .1R.
Mor Me'niilwr school I5.ar.n.
Yielding to the urgent request of friend.
I have de' id(l*-lI to aalin hCcoqme a candidare
for inemberof the scihoM? board of Eiscambit
county. .uhject to tne action of the airmno-
cretil prinarles. E. WADO.
For Mr Memwer '-heail Iuarld.
The friends of MIN. J. It. MrsWA ni of Wal-
nut Hill. havinr sei-curfd his consent,
he-reby announce his candidacy for mem-
ter of the Escambia county y -cheol Hoardi
for thie northern district. subject to theac-
Lion of t(ie democratic prinarties.


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4 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, MARCH 27, 19CO.


THE DAILY N-iWB:
l*te"nd at the Post Office at Pensacola.
Via.. s eonod-clane matter.
OrI IC: Pitt Building. 211' ll ooth Pala-
Sat street. up-stairs.
PI'BLI4HID BY
TIE JEW8 PUBLISHING 00.
Terms-lnvariably In Advance.
O4N Tear by Mail ...... .. ..
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Tree Months ""
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THE WIKKK 1. NJSW:
Patithed every Friday at flt.o per year
Image free.
TELEPHONE NO. 118.

Akw irfsig R fe Fwmiehed on Application.






PBUZ AOOLA. MARCH. 27. 1900.

PRCi CT. DBLIEGATES.
The Nays DIemoeratic Club of Pensacola
4hatnedoreed the following ticket for del-
elater from the city precincts to the Dem-
eMCe County conventionn to be held at
Fereltoo. April 14 and ask that they be
gives hearty support by the voters:
Preinct t 12-c. H. Gingle, DIavid Shee-
baa. Wonm. Bazzell, J. 1. Mxiwell, and T. F.
Wrgshton.
Prtctnct I:-W. A. Blount Thos. Hannah.
Joba christie. J. tieo. Waite and W. T.
Precinct lt--Goo. ltrown. Jos. 1. Johnson.
J.0. Mcaiughey. John Pfrelffr and J. E.
Precinct I,-E. H. Putnam. John West.
Wni. eiitett, J. E. Abercrombie and W. A.
Iutinatm.
CAK-NEilE and Frick have agreed
to aglee. and with their partner?
and other' have formed a gigantic
steel trusts, capitalized at two hun-
dred millions, from which they can
hereafter reap still more enormous
profits. *unbeknownst" to the pub-
lic. All the more reason why the
protective tariff on steel, which
makes such profits and such combi-
nations possible, should go. Is n't
the work of overthrowing these ri-
gantic conspiracies agait.'t the in-
terests of the American people large
enough and important enough to
con-titUte a winning i. ue for the
democratic party this yeai?
IN an excellent editorial declaring
for tne support only of straight-for-
ward. honiet, right-minded men for
democratic candidate-,. and the
rigid exclu-loi of tricksters and
profde-ioual politicians, the (aint--
wille Sun well says:
Theatrength of the democratic party of
Yior.da has an the past proved to bea men-
ace totbe principles of the party and to the
best tater-est of the people. Those who ex-
ert the most influnctei in the organization
4 f the party have boen amply warned of the
danger that lurk in ti t- profit-ring of en-
-couragmo-*nt to a cla-s of men who seek af-
nce for purely selflsh gain. Such men are
not friat dia of t-t, democratic party, nor
does their elevation to office strengthen
iue party or advance its principles. Tho-
party should encourage only those whose
records ju.lify encourage inent, %ho call be.
.-p*-nded upon to strengthen Instead of
weaker the organization. ab l- in- to lolu-iton ot th oth-rs- to defeat t h.
will t thl- pwo- pl, lhy -;the-r deceptive lit-atl:
a r by t *a. deo-nac t of public Sent-l n t.
l-'orer ireervation.
Few will dnotay It.at the xi-ting
practit'e- of ltiiiberien., i:; cutting i
tln b tit,. oc-r.tt are t .0, youiti, 'or bxinit oldl trees(
: o.. .!. ar l, t,;i'l:::: the fr-
4 @t row t h -< Ii it .: catn lo-v -r boe
re;plac'tl. TL-. -y l,.ave tn young
tr-ee. uni-" at .at- *1, l,*rio n thow fore t-,
an i, re-pl;,', d I v ut-it ly wort hle-s
.crub atk.
The gov' -*:nie:!t', for-,try autlorr-
ltie w'. il,- 'Xi'-lliding "lormin a -l* tilUAilui **l.,borate inv,+-tiga-
f.tns' andtl publi-hini costly hooks
about lt:- lir or red-oak or other
mucagro- or value-io-ae' irowtl) of tlh-
Northwe t. i .v'e be n criminally
lte;ligetit of t!. pine growths of then
toutli ; t t- ltl:C le-gi-Littr- i ve
t..en o qt .ily\ i.. '..' l; .t ini ,:ilin.|i to!


provide ,a -1. lumt fore-: ,rott etioI liv
law; and tfe!e *;4-, qienI- 1 i- the x-
Ist*-itt *,': v. -; t:.,d':- ol d1-:i,u edd
forest l. ui l'r ;, ,,'ll, y w ,ort ,-,--z ft i
atly pur|'--i- ;:: ; i; r,-:-o a ,I ;.: ortail-
ity by a lo:. :-t ,nx;-;-iv.'- co'ir--
T ,f f lt ;,I :1- *I .
A t!.aIV : : : :. ,. r c-. nt
iate of '.t H- k- Ni -
T t ii. .. t I N .
itr lta I :' *. t 1.1- i :i..;i .l ,-t t: i-
flung t'ao em," :as.-tia'' of do'-1 ,**ai:: ;i fa r
lao d. Ti' t. .il 1 I h l o Il. iaI. id
hal a lDeT' : : '." ", J w i t 1 h ,. pt '- v it-.
hou t lb.'re d ;it .., ... *- iy ,o<,;,l :: ti
bath ptow-I t pi.0 I. iru in mlao Il'.i th,.
ol-s t,: i.- ': f :: sato i 1aIn. '. If It '
tur; n't Ioa.:I s 'tai ultiHko ;; .- I.'x- *- 11.
ouch i s ;inot ; t kil :* '1- ir-i ,!i :t year
Ctr tan Iii- : ji-i.:' ry A. :l I o0- olne to t1 wl -
cotmel ari ie '-; '. 0 f .i-iat u w lt o vlly box
lthelarger tr,.os- a;.l give thie sapling+ a
char ci to .;,w oliol r' pl.-:ll.lh tIle forest, !,-
woald i w as cuminin-ldatol- as th- farnner
who cuat one t-ro

other. But he -imniply lays waste about him
idm akesaedeseit whber.- a forest grew.
lleocari no: for thedruuthsnor the freez,-s
fdsereton tssureto bring upon the land.
He ruins toe farmer. who is at the bottom
o all tie teal and Iasting prosperity of a
coeatry. but it matters not to him.
Wille lorida frat-ts are rapidly heing
deastataed.andlaw lifts no bindering band.
1: ia. uterettlng to in t- what is beaug done
t. the states %hers tae same folly has
wraought tieaime ruin in years past. *
Oneuf the firs tbiil introduced in the
nest le.islatur- lhiould be one creating a
forest, game and fls- commitaon with full


state as well as the guardian of its richest
resources.
Doub'less many bona fide owners
of turpentine farms and timber
lands are exempt from the charge
of destroying when it should be their
interest to preserve; but there are
many who do not expect anything
in the future from their land", and
simply strive to get all from them in
the present that they will yield.
The suggestion for a commission
ij a good one. and should receive
the thoughtful consideration of our
lawmakers.
THE SHIPPING BILL.
A Measure, Which. If Passed. Will
Mean Much for Pensacola.
Editor The Daily News:
Much is said in certain newspa-
pers about our laws denying to
American citizens the right to pur-
chase foreign-built ships. Of course
you know that our laws have
never denied this right to any Amer-
ican citizen? You are no doubt
aware that some 200,000 or 30,000
tons of foreign-built ships are at this
moment owned by American citi-
zens? Does not Capt. John Codman,
the most persistent advocate of free
ships, admit that there is nothing to
attract foreign-built ships under our
flag unless they are permitted to en-
gage in our protected coastwise
trade?
Will you not explain what it is
that would induce Americans to pur-
chase foreign-built ships and place
them under our flag? Are not for-
eign ships given every privilege in
our foreign trade that is enjoyed by
American ships?
Who are the American owners of
foreign-built ships that are asking
the privilege of American registry
for them? If, under our fLig, such
-hips would bq eligible to receive
sub-idies and bounties, or to engage
in our coastwise trade, that might
explain why they would desire
American registry; but is there any
other reason?
Of what benefit, since the close of
our civil war. has the British free-
ship statute been to British shipown-
ers? Have Britons gone to other
countries to purchase ship-? I- it
not a fact that the British free-snip
act has not appreciably aided in
building tip the British merchant
marine?
Granted that the purchase of Brit-
ish-built ships by foieigners i eof
benefit toGreat Britain, where does
it benefit British shipowners.
What other nation than the United
States denies the right of national
registry to foreign-built -hip- owned
lly its citiz-en-?
During the past thirty-five years
has any other nation leniedl that
right to its citizen.-? I. then. the
free-ship policy is an .i,!va;itage to
maritime nations, why are not all of
S-uch liation-s doing at lea-t th.- bulk
of their own foriitll carrying under
their own flag-? If it be- admitted
that one or two nations have bene-
fited to a certain extent under a free-
ship policy, what has prevented all
of tnll-n froan be nt'efiltiing rnd r it'.
Wh'ht nation- have built uip their
inmercantile marine through ti i, foe
retgi-try of foreign-built ihip-TH
At.,x. R. SMirriH.


Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup prevents pneu-
nit tit in or IWITniin aiet t I o ito n(i I ii. anu, -. 'I !ji.-
co--Ieto rot ted rroiia-t ii!iicar., a o,okii ior o''1J
;orootiv Iv. i'- t a'- t ie tel-t i ta.oLci ;i- ,tor: f;
K fi n -e(J i uz ii Lt ioou Li.- anid ci- it.),i *l : c a
boo01t t;-. -
M~tsl,-2.LE
Reant tit Paatfiic schfm-oIl itt-ar-. (Chit-
tee's "o ail. M trc-li211. 119040. 8 'itia

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M l" (< I' \\ illla mll \ eil Ifl.
i'ianiao M ,lo--"\'tift lab ntz aiool "'-i
.M31 s B,.---a- Mas-ett.
S.lo-i*-l.-ecte-. M i- Ca t hon
.M U cIaS I-lt t itatio --"-A i> tel s weot lieart
of tlIII." Ma1-. (igai Who:te
SoIo-- ,cltceo M a .1 l'e t-,:,
Vnl n O, ,t)lf!'."ti ..... -- H .-an i-
I'eano 8S,;.o--"td '' Lou Carl -i,:rne
11l-. A. lii 1 ;to ,' o.
tecltatiol- *I i- Hatitl. -hip M. intt -t
.. M i-- Mitii fin Hfrt"
So)lo-' -fo T'-T-" e KoVen
\11-- -t-ll!; \Vht..-
-o ho'ti oi t ti iie ( )rct e-t r:a
K. and I). ft Tabl r.
Thi, I international order of Twelve
Kui 'lit- aidt Da Ilighter- ,f 'Tabof will
It ol4 at1del 'itatiola ; antd ( i t.c:lo:i oi
toi ibl-toin- to lir- illn o,;';y *f Sir
Kni,!it Alfr.tl \VWilliam-. ion :,y.
April 2. at 2 o'clock p. in. ; I .'
ein' teryv. Rev. v M, .JOM(lo! 'ti8' .l
(. WV. (-tille hlyv-' I0-;l t- vnf Ito
ie;ti 'tt il:t)*'r :air", r q ci e-t-t 1 toip i!- : a',
tli, I'all :it I1 o'.loek p. in. to tor ..
thei --rvit'-o ('itizi 'l:- nt;' i C !, .l.ilyv
tIvi:tl ,toe att.thl'd

..!tten Fale's openi;i lto-
morrow. Thur.'dlay /frd Fri-
daiy.
lH.inahi Bri-'. are aen:- foro )e-
\V,,- -(, Co's:; 'Cure, Diarrhl t It--mn-
+-(ly and Wi'cil Hazel *Salve. T'hey-
i a r. 0ate.' all thra- of the-e pre;par::-
'io.; .at i will clheerfuily relund tih-
litnoiv tio :at oy >il' IW ho1 ti;-e-'i t,.ellt
with '* i:.r lint-efitt Pr'ic- "-
("-;'t each.


GRAND MILLINERY OPENING


At Coman, 'rieidmai & Co's Bi| Baciet

Store.
We beg to inform our lady patrons
and all the ladies of Pensacola that
we have transferred our millinery
department down stairs in the rear
of the dry goods department.
Our Grand Millinery Opening,
with unequalled variety in style and
quality. will take place THLURS-
DAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY,


Attention. Eaambia Plie:,.. (
lReg..,F S f

In co-mpiiance with i
SNo 4. 3rd Bat.. l-t -it .
me-eting will be hield
hall. Tue-day. Matrci -
o'clock p. in.. for t
nomliniatini a cap:ai
Ist Liput. l-t It... -'.
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cine. At Eugen- A t,

Best that rloney Lw i DU
W e will ltundsr -...
S15 cents each and ii,.a .
.....nw.I ...n..... .*.....-.-.., ,...................,.' like new. Star La.: :


w t QID mniuiM DROWNED IN THE BAY.
WARl UllhlO i|! "R1esan John" Titts of the Saunder
Fleet Falls Overboard.
Shortly after 8 o'clock last nigh
New York, Texas and Machias John Titts, known as "Russiat
En Route Here. John." one of the crew of E. E
Saunders & Co's smack Favorite
was drowned by falling off the Pala-
* Admiral Farqubhar Offici-ally Notines fox wharf.
Watchman Sadler reported tha
Commander Reitainler That They he heard a heavy fall and a splash
Will Bail From Gatleston To-day, in tne water, as if some one hac
Weather Permitting-Pilots Notified fallen on the deck of the smack
Marie Hoxie, moored at the whar.
to Watch nut For Them. with the Favorite lying outside anc
Commander W. W. Reisinger of alongside. He went to the place a'
the Pensacola navy yard received, once. and with the aid of Captain
official notificatioa from Admiral Antone Petersen of the Marie Hoxie
official notification from Admiral who is known about the wharf as
Farquhar this morning that, weather I*-Capt. McGinty," investigated the
permittinir. the flag ship New York, i cause, anti discovered the body of
battleship Texas and gunboat Ma- Titts in the water. They recover
chiawill sail from Galveston to-the body after some difficulty, bul
chias will sail from Galveston to- too late to re-uscitate the unfortu-
day for Pensacolh. nate man.
Commander Reisinger at once no- The supposition is that in passing
tified the Bar Pilots' as,-ociatiou to from the wharf to the Hoxie, on hi
be on the lookout for the vessels., mistep and in falling struck hi,
The flag ship New York wa- built head on the wharf, causing insensi-
in 1890. She is an armored cruiser ability.
of S.21,) ton, displacement,1 has The remains were taken charge ol
of 8.2.>.> tons displacement, hao. a by a member of Star of the Sea as-
speed of 21 knots an hour, is 17.401 by a emberof Star of the Sea as
horse-power and cost f2,96Z.0(MJ. sembly. K. of L., of which the d--
Her mai battered consists of x ceased was a member, and removed
er BLm Runs and twelve 4-inch to the undertaking establishment ol
inch B L R guns, Northup & Wood.
rapid fire guns. Her secondary bat- The occurrence has caused deep
teryconsists of eight 6-pound rapidT'
fire, four one-poutid rapid fire and regret among the friends and ac-
four gatlings. Her length on load quaintance of the deceased, and
water line is Q).3A feet; her extreme dia l:lags halon the bay front are
breadth is 64.1". Her normal eol displayed at half-mast to-day in
breadth is 64-I. Her ortl coal honor of his memory.
supply is ,0A) tons and her bunker honor of his eor
capacity is L.'20 tons. She has three
torpedo tubes, is well armored and Ittend Falk's opening to-
her compliment is 40 officers and 521, OrrowI, Thursday and Fri-
men.
T'he battleship Texas was built in day.
ISy9. is of 6.315 tons displacement.
has a speed of 17 knots an hour, is of The best 5 cent Cigar
s .000 horse power and cost $2.54i,aNH.'
Her main battery cons ists of tw" 12- on the market is the
inch B L R and six 6-inch 11 L R DURHAM. Try them at
guns. Her secondary battery con-.
sists of six 1-pound rapid fire, four37 D'Alemberte's.
nin H RCaand two Oatling guns.
Her length on load water line is
301.4 feet. extreme breadth 64 1 feet. -
and mean daught 22 6 feet. Her ior-
mal coal supply is 500 tons; bunker
capacity 8W0 tons and she carries four
torpedo tubes and is splendidly ar-
mored. She has a complement of
:W62 men.
l'he gunboat Machias was here re- Photographic Artist,
gently. at which time a full de-crip- 2041 South Palafox St.
tion of her was printed. .. o
An official survey of the channel wat it' -et ion (. iarniteed.
showed 3:3 feet of water. but in order
to prevent an\y mi-calculation it wa- -.
reported safe at 31 feet through the G- R .. ..
entire length of the channel at inean
low tide-. ..i
It i- not yet ktiowti W!:-thr ti# .T T
war hip- will coal lt-,re or vl:tt thP
length of their ;t;iv wil l ,.1. Oirrel-- IT E W m1
will be re-ce-ived for t!.hne al: r th, ir
arrival.
Our society people will no dioubt Wd a I,
arran_,- to give Ad(i ir,,l FI-':,t tir
:.:d li- tlcers a royall r'c-':i '. MARCH 28th AND 29tb,


It i- very hard to t 11d Mi:.- i'y mlti
e-e. I tlr dear o nes -zu IT 'r \vt;iit;' .l%;i It-
ing the arrival of the doct,.:. An
Albany N. Y. i dlairyn.1i C:.il]"-i :at a
ilig .-tore there for a d,,oc:,or :o<,o;:e
.titdc se his child. then very sick
with croup. Not fitdina the lector
in. he left word for him to, c 'ol- at
,.nce on his return. Hle al-i blouilht
A b)ottle oif ('hlima berlain' (teoiilih
I n d(.. wl'hichli he hoped wouldhl live
-oile relief until the doctor -.hotlld
arrive. Inl a few hours htie r'-tu tl d.
-iivinir the doctor needd lnot c- in'-,. a-
th-- chiil wa-z lilu'h lster. The


lruItt:i-t. Mr. O)tto Shol)l. -;ayv thie
fail has since r'-o'Cnit, '-nded
('Chaiiberlin F (Cocihi lt-u (a iy to)
tio-ir nIeiihtori- tI(d lilethtI nn:til lhe
;ia a -t, n- iit d(-iAiiiil tor it Iroin
th'-t t o t ,f thie Co.ittty. 1-'.r -ale '
,y H [ tll s -,;- .- ,'.-. *. ,l\,ia; .x'
- street.

Attend Falk's opening
to-morrow, Thursday and
Friday.


William labnson & Son.


SHOES,


CLOTHING,


Gents' Furnishing Goods Department.

SPECIAL-456 Pairs Ladies' Oxford Tie., -ize- I to 3'.. w. r:
$2.25 to $3.00 ...............................................
60 Pairs Ladies' Button Shoes. sizes 1 to 6I .................
Th-.. ti'- r a in( Kidl ,Sh/, sa o 'h r',,m :.-** ',**
Elegant Line of Misses' and Children', Strap Slipper; and ,\-
Celebrated Merriam Make. Black. Tan. Red and Full 1'.,: L
I'p to Date Style-.
Ladies' House Slippers at...................-,.. T .'. $ .1 il :
Xg SEE OU-R SHOW WINDOW FOR MEN SHoE.H 1!
To Arrive Next Week. New Line Boys and Youth'- .- ,L-. (
Burley Stevens' Make, Nobby. lp to Date. I)u: dol..

Biggest and Best Selected Line of Men's and
Boys' Shirts in the City.
* We are now in a Position to Offer thf. Public (;reat V.ti. -
Youth-'" and Boys' Clothinmr. h:atvn; in Stock Over a 1:
Suits to Select front .
Men's Pant- in Endless Variety fron....................5c- o
Our I.ne of Neckwear Compri-,-- Every Style Kr.owia t. -
C('orless, Coon & Co.*% Collar 11114id ('li '.


i IBilliam .oljnsou Doll.



Buggies! Buggiesi Buggies!


A SOLID CAR LOAD. Stylish Stick Seats!

sI I I Pretty Phaetons.
AR L worries: fioad Carts, Open E : L


Any and Every Style!


Top Buggies.


BEST MAKES, LATEST STYLES.

First Come, First Served; They Won't Last Long.
Yt t- We will Allow Youi Somethinz for t iat O() II;u:--y
Ain't but Fifty Ce-nt-.







LENTEN SPECIAL LTITES


MHS. L. COHEN'S SOL CAH N & C O'S.


B( tNEI:LESS (Ol)FISH,


Intndlenci near PalFOR Stt


Quality.

Never t x;perimiie-nt with eo important
an articles, a-

CANDY.

It i- thi Hi,'ii Quality of AI lI EN'S
Ze-! I t i'i1 t:ttloi .

NO AIl ALTERATION.
A-1- -ou>r od. ol- r for cand ini .l oh i


Ti P Je's FreIcli PccN61 & C o.il O -
Wil moveintheirelegant new quarters, len anddy I"Mf Co.
II Sou h Palafox stre-t, in the Singq-r
Sewing Machine Co's. store, March 26th. I'NSAC(OL \. FL.\
Onandafterthat ditethey w:ll be found;
there.


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


MIO NTAIN


IVNT TONIC;
Everybody needs a tonic these
lazy spring days to drive away that
tired feeling. Mountain Mint Tonic
does this. It invigorates and puri-
fies the blood. It cures the worst
cases of indigestion. It cures per-
manently all stomach troubles. It
makes the sick well; the weak
strong; and it gives one who is all
run down a new lease 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
best tonic they ever used. It does
more than we claim for it. One dol-
lar per bottle. six bottles for five dol-


'-I
(-)


SJIIRtEI)DF lcolti-


SMOKED HALIBUT'.
Clt(MART'lY BLO)ATERS. JIIILLANDiH-:;
S-TOCK' P-lI


i'1'EITERED JIERI.I.N;.


ANCHTOVIES IN


1()I' A I'E- A' S !-C1. C ANTS.


4 ) IVE -' FAt1 1: ',-


"BUY THE BEST."


ECONOMY !';


-.OurIce CA.oa Freezers',


CRAND


SPPEiN OPENING


MILLINERY
-Al-
SBOWERS & KRUSE'S
Wednesday. March 28th.
ftald ('olitirnulni all
-. t ith- we-ok
r Hat. ,:o,,! Pr,,es. S.-/a
'"r TI em.sl', ,
ou are 'ordiallv Invitead
toAttenid.






MISS R. NEWELL,

DRESSMAKER.


I L <,,, :aoe i;!:. r tV a!i f,-: r
i ;' in tli<,:n to ynt.


C-B.


GERSON,-(


107 South Palafox

Roscs--Carnations.
I am selling the pro):u,-t ,of th I: -er-m nt :Dl flighlanI l' to
Montgomery, and on twe.v' ho'is' ro0t!c c.AD furn:-h any amo in: 'f
and Designs wanted.
Carnations 75c per dozen, Deoi.-r' I
American Beauties S3.50 to $4.90 per dozen,.
All Other Roses $1.50 to $1.75 per dozen, to yu.


Ring Phone 329.


MISS VIOLZITE MORENO.
323 W ,-t <,r-: "


Investigate the Convertible Term Contracts
---IaF THi:--
ld ]P:ini Mit.iialn Tifo TnS Co.


_ ___ ~___~


CA N -N F 1) TV N' N E Y F I -! I -


"'A I~iNJK ,f ill:',


SALMI)N -,-FAK.


CIIA'M CHOWDEIK


'NA.I.r.ANTED 'I't) i: 1\


f IN ; T r.-


I










THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, MARCH 27, 1900. 5


STE5the state and say that Pensacola
A NEWS uit them better than any place in
L JII REWS RO Flor~da. They will return here next
winter.
Mr-. W. D. Chipley. the vlce pres-
,; .orresse forI rmcols mr: dent, has called a meeting of the
h. ,.i r.sa'tnda; fra h attrt, Lsdies' Confederate Memorial Asso-
...s ,u. .*i*'praeiwr. yesterday, I0'1 d1 citation for noon Thursday in the
., da.m, e '. s"r. I*. parlors at Hotel Escambia. Every
i Troy, Ala., is at the member is urged to attend as busi-
L Tr, A at thnes of importance is to be trans-
acted.
it. -ure to read the new advertise- Congressman R. W. Davis has
:f .sl Cahn & Cu. written a letter to a friend positively
1: C'rosby of Buffalo arrived at declining to engage in a joint debate
E .cA succeed him, givinoz as reasons,
qIr-. H. Tranick of Marion. Ala., among others, that he cannot leave
guf--t at the Escambia. hi- post of duty and that he and his &
I,.-wi-Bear & Co. have an attrac- opponent can have nothing to de- ,
advertiseuiett in this issue. bat.
;;li- Frater has returned from a A lively squad of commercial tour-


Police court.
One hundred and forty-five dol-
lars was tne aggregate amount en-
tered up in flues against a round,
dozen of delinquents who appeared
before Mayor Hilliard this morning.
There were five plain drunks at $5
each; four cases cf drunk and disor-
derly aggregating 100; one case of
conceal d weapons, $50; and two for
quarreling at $5 each. One culprit,
charged with violatiigf a sanitary
regulation, was dichbtrjed.
A Monster Devil Fish.


Destroying its victim, is a type of
Constipation. The power of this
murderous malady is felt on organs
and nerves and muscles and brain.
There's no health till it's overcome.
But Dr. King's New Life Pills are a
safe and certain cuie Best in the
w rld i for Ktomach.i1 I .irpo VPidneav


a-aunt vi sit to D eFuuiak Springs. ist registereu aa tt e uercnants this ..... .. .. .... ,-- ,".., ..
morning, viz: A. Utitz and W. F. and Bowels. Only 25 cents at W. A.
I.-gular meeting of Damon Lodge Israel. New York; J. Davidson, Mo- D'Alemberte's drug store.
S1:. K.of P.,ats o'clock to-night. bile: C. J. Pintard, New Orleans;
Rt-gular meeting of the Pensacola W. 0. Lynn. St. Louis; B. Bend- Weather Conditions.
1 .-dical Society atb o'clock to-night. helm. Norfolk; W. Reudeman, The storm that is central in Kan-
Louisville; H. Jones, Philadelphia, sas this morning influences the
Sottrell, the photographic artist, and D. S. One, Cincinnati. weather southward to the Texas
-a inew advertisement in this i.- i weather southward to the Texas
. .. Capt. Walter took a number of Icoast, and thence eastward over the
pleasure-seekers up ths sound yes- gulf states, causing general cloudi-
W. L. Harris of Mt. Pleasant. terday on the launch Pauline and ness and unsettled conditions over
:* rn.. re-gi-.tered at the Escambia they spent a delightful day on the the entire Mouth. An unusually
*-terday. water. The party consisted of Miss heavy rainfall of 3 30inches occurred
Mr. F. C. thepard and hiq private Crum and Mrs. Burt of Montgom- at Galveston during the past 21
r. -tary arrived at tie Escambia ery; Mrs. M. McCreary, Pensacola; hours, and light rains were scatter-
itrnhrnang. Miss Viririnia Pettus, Kentucky; ing throughout the southern and
Mrs. S. Mims, Pensacola; Mr. and eastern sections of the country.
I hf- Workinumen Democratic Mrs. R. Bowles and baby Bowles. During the past 24 hours the tem-
uab will meet at S. H. A. iail at7:30 Knoxville, Tenn.; Mrs. W. M. Ball, perature fell below the freezing
.lock to-night. Pensacola; Geo. W. Smith, Effing- point in the Dakotas. Illinois. New
Mr. G-o. W. Smith ,f Effingham, flam, Ill.; JamesL. Swartz and J. S. York, Michigan, Nebraska ani
Sl-ft f.,r li.; hotiti- to-!ay afier Jacobs. Jeffersonville, Ind.: James ,Minnesota. changes in temperature
S-'-"lP. the winter htre. P. Holmes. Chicago, W. H. Pt-bus, being slight.
Sltanford, Ky.; A. E. Morton, Madi- There is not much prospect of
P. l.ronan and wife of Owatonna aou, Wis.; Dr. Renaldo Allinou, clearing and settled weather co:ndi"
.: 1 F J IBrennan of St. Paul are | Pensacola; Thoa. Oversan, Madison., tionl in thi- vicinity until Thursday.
,.:* ,i tile El-canmbla's guests. W is.;C. I). Boyce. L)ndon, Eng.: M. J. \ RI(;lt'r, JR .
I E-cainbia Rifles will ileet to- IAlex Buchanan. Lake Mills, Wi,. ,Observer.
: .. t f tr thi, lurr 1r-1- ;i.nd -t etiig a re')rgauiza-1 .


. I,.


II ti#.. t uig1 tif t t I, Mays I)emtocratic
% t'I Illw e I.' a-Id in1te aratid jury'
- :,i .A..'J s%.. r ii~


Some


iteresti pFigures.


;, 't S o r. i t i-aIo.i w uInI .. Capital of the l-our F o great IRanKs ofiI e
Mr. a:.d Mrs. H H. Smith. of Bank of
.Ilhl,,t, Igh. Il.. who have belle .
-,eitli,., tue- winter here, left for Bank of Frenance,
ir i t -on the 12:45 train to-day. a f race, .
"'i t Phy'-cian HI. C. White and Imperial Bank of Germany, .
.- 1i ti -it a--aitant. will go over
S:ht- l:.lUantinl tatioilt next Stt- Bank of Russia, . .
to iiiaugurate thit- siintiier closed
ITotal, .
Mr. it. liu--nan iof Cincinnati.
I al .,g 4t tf thl- ce -ebrate-d Lilin
:.-wery. i- a- guet of that institu- FUIOS HELD BY THE MUTUAL LIFE IIURNCE COMPANY
-'- I*-en-tacuit agent. Mr. George
"**..,,. FIR TIE PYATENT OF ITS POLICIES, DECEMBER, 31. 1899,
Mi-- Jo,-.phlin- l ietrr:t, accolip:i-
i by hi-r hner.-. Mi,se' Ada ,and Or 5125,021,682 more than tl
'..uila lHo'-.lasco, lI-ft la-t night for At-
., ita. .n a co miiied bu-iness and, capital Of these famous banks.
.-a-U'e trip.
T rliv nn t- lorin ,if p-ilicv of Thet M'utitti life Ins


World.
$86,047,935
36,500,000
28,560,000
25,714,920
$176,822,855




he combined


ran'c (Coi'ptali ny of


po,,i.


! 1i


.-Itii4i: yf'-ter(lay'i arrival- at the -
.',! itlaiits. were N. H. Frolichst.-n 'Ni-w York. Ri<-hartl A. McCurilv. Presihlcvit. provides :
: Mobile. H. D. Barker and wife tof Fir-t The SECURIITY itf $l()1.44.14:;7 of assets
.tntu(ky and Memrs. H. 8. and A.-
- Wie'tIn of Lt l o gtown. Mis. S.tt.,l--I'ROFITABL INVESTMENT.
.\Aton'i the Floridians regi-tered Thirl --l.IElAI. I.A)ANS T( THE INSURED.
* -*' rdlay .t the Escambia were E. Exi\tl.lC t-trrn in--tirain'e in ,i:i->e of :lap]-.
Skiier -rf E-caubia, H. Harris
A.,,lr-ws Bay. J. A. M illiga .. I A nti t iiIc p[ il-upi in-ur;nn>i withl1m t 1 ','htain of
1 iHij..tit aid John E. (a; nmor ,f Li lctral -urr.lnhr valu-.
I ..1.1i i 1 .1 t .i. . .- .... i.. t I. I


I. llU-lr:ftle l i v tl Thltir--
t for thit-e it. -t.it of tlit- pub-
.... llt.ir v- -houiid fil C'luttt-r"-
'. to 1'- llllo -t C; ai] lty.'
',,1 .-r ll! I-t p u itl ;-:w' d l-fw'!,,' i, <
S i --i 1
4 "'l ;i-tir r .Ihtin \%. Frat,.:
*. n lll r- l ,| t Illh.i -4 id i tlIll< -
\ '. o- t Nortlt-' E- aniittia;t
S- i: : ai-'ilConfedttlate \V-teralt-
:....t .t lei-Fuiak than htei could
-**iI IIIn a w ,-ik tr:ave-li" z
'. l t ,- ('untyit .


* ii, rt iidi countyy dmliiocrat:c
.': ;tlo' nlit la-t Saturday aid
- d-l.-gatet to t he -tate. and cote-
-- tal coinvi tl-,tions. It al-o,
' :* reolutlonls iln-tr tlctlul t l <
S l .:itt.-", t VOl t, a i unlLt 0It
.. Ji-tinuig-- tor go\t Ili-or.


L. -I -Swa:rtz awal J s ac. 'I-
.1- '- w lut.. wint liA LV'
~he- Iisuji-. 'lhiey will -It ;t
a Mitzigoih-'ly -t u and r
- I- .erid~ i~uziliutlti i-ta ~


THE


t i io ll t ll t i -l ri ;1' I i Il X ll 'l' lT l 4 'I I I l u 11 .
l,,-r fitrthl r in ,riltn ati,)1n :111ly tN ,

CECIL WILLCOX, General Agent,
JA KSONVILLE, FLA.
W. G. CHIPLEY, AGENT,
PENSACOLA. FLA.

JUST OPENED.


,IIn CrionV Renia v na Cal cillo Bl.


--Everything New and


Clean.--


Th!,' M ,-t Attrac*iv, in the Entire City. Regular M-al~ Served Daily,
and Shlirt O)rtdet-r Served :it all ho;ur-. Special W\ ekly Rates.

A. E. BAKER & CO., Proprietors,
14 EAST GOVERNMENT STREET.


FORBES


STORE.


There's a Word or Two That's Spoken in Our
White Goods Department.

No. 200 Long Cloth in 12-yard
p pieces obr"................... ...
No. 300 Long Cloth in 12-yard
'. i. i p ie c e s fo r ............ ...... ......... .....
No 500 Long Cloth in 12-yard | 7
p ieces fo r .......... ........ ................. .
(^.^^^ "; "; "v s v -- ^2 >: j- J- J ^ ^ ^ ^ xxx w '-]


ITCHING HUMORS
Rashes, and irritations instantly relieved and
speedily cured I hot baths with CrT( a..
SOAP, to ceanse the skin. gentle applications
of CL-r:cunmA Ointment. to heal the skin, and
mild domes of C'TICt1UA RE F LVENT, to cxool
and cleanee the blood.
Slid thmhnatqthew~vld. PutT- Tnwrno mn CrW.
Coar.. rtas..om. tea. w UuCt. Skin Uumum"fr.


Put Thro mh the Prl.i1 Sta.E-.
WasmworTox, March .4 -The 14
pension bills favorably ac.ed upon by
the house in committee of the whole
last Friday were put through the final
stages at she opening of she se*siou of
the house today and the army appro-
priation bill was then taken up.
Murderer itven 20 Y ars.


MOBILE. March 26 -The jury in the
oase of Simon Edwards, the negro who
was charged with the murder of Jus-
tice of the Peaoe Weis last July, has
returned a verdict of guilty and placeJ
the punishment at 20 years in tie pent.
tentiary. __ __ _____
Will Go on th* Stagp.
LoxDoo. March 26 -Sir Rbbert Peel
has definito'y decided to go on the stage.
He will appear in "Bootles' Baby" com-
pany as Booties and play in London
and the provinces.
Cold Steel or Death.


THE PEOPLE'S STORE,


A.


SNEW ARRIVALS!.

OQU R first announcement of New Arrivals of Spring


A pparel.


A generous assortment, large variety


of colors and st'yes to select from of Ladies' Waists


We carry all kinds; the largest assortment in the
city of well known brands. Among them the famous
"" U(rf'ii ]hl;il./, famous for fit, style and finish-in


fact the best fitting Waist in the land.


dealer cr customer can den\.


This fact no


You may form some


idea of our offerings by a glance at our large exclusive
Shirt Waist Window, and they arc cheaper than
heretofore by reason of our Motto: ". I i Ci-:AP\r AN)
TH RI-:I;V I NCRl:ASI-E- HI: IU E SINI.."


New
Arrivals!


Our Centre Table- a'- .r.'.o.iig beneath : iLr ''lly ;!: .r, ofl th:,-Newest
T' it:- i~ L, '-I'I an id Ei)broid-.ri--.


"There is but one small chance to Swi Edgir r a ;nd, I:i-,':ion, Hamburg Edgin, and Insertion
save your life and that is through an V,.nei ti ae and Insertions.
operation," was the awful prospect
set before Mrs. I. B. Hunt, of Lime .Mac-iiine Torchoni Edgin..y and It;.>rtioi.
Ridge, Wis., by her doctor after erman' Trchin lin, A;',Il' : d Ins'ertion,
vainly trying to cure her of a fright-
ful case of stomach trouble and yel- r..in' ii, S,'re ; t. Ori nt;t! a:i,,; Pl 1! V:,. I.::," .
low jaundice. He didn't count on .Iatc.
the marvelous power of Electric Bit- 5 Ie ant- a rg E ng. x ar I t -.
ters to cure Stomach and Liver
troubles, but she head of it, took
.seven bottles, was wholly cured. M i
avoided surgeon's knife, now weigh e of ii i'liir i *
more and feels better than ever. it'- *
positively guaranteed to cure Stom-
ach, Liver and Kidtey troubles and One Lot Child'- Drawer-. !einmtne I and :u ke 1. I ani i2. at ... lc pair
never disappoints. Price 50c at W Sizes 3., 5 and i ;. oayn ............................................... 15c pair
A. D'Alemberte's drug store. One Lot Child's Traminm d Drawer,& at tCo-t Mark.
GOING I)OWN HIIa. One Lt Child's Trimmed Goiwns at Co-t Mark.
People suffering from kidney dis- One Lot ('hild'- Trimmed Skirts at Co('it. Mark.
eases feel a gradual but steady loss one l ot Mi-Q- 'l' Triminmd Gowns it C(o-t .M;r k.
OneLotnnieI-Fim- d- t.e.worhI -2 1..........0c ac


or vitality. They soulda lose no
time in trying Foley's Kidney Cure.
It is guaranteed. W. A. D'Alem-
berte.
Attend Falk's opening
to-morrow, Thursday and
Friday.


A Musical.
The senior grade of school No. I
will give a musical for the benefit
of the public school library on
Thursday evening, Maclih 29. at
Clutter's music hall. Tickets are on
-ale at Coe's book store anid at Clut-
ter's music store. Price CO cents for
adults and 25 cents for children.
Programi will be published later.
W.' may liv' without love, w' may I.v'
witl;ut l utooks,
Hut 1'1iz1:z'J lllitdia canliot liv' without
,tr jk,.
-Owtun Meredith.
And our cooks cannot (cook with-
oulit tl, t li at'riul- nec#-s.arV to con-
stituit meal-;. l'hose matevrial., in
order to produce g iotl. wholes line
!fuod. ni u-t be of tlhe b)-t quality. To
pr wure tiem of the desiltd quali:.y
w ta-11111t go 0 tto the lii1hit p!)h;t for
then. 'l'l e right pleht'. is eve-'y ,nuif-
familiar with tih, -subject will tell
Vrou. i Ja'coly'-.
WN i.h t lt' ,h.ist't o-t illn t! e w. y v o
first-clh,.- hiih-grdl l- matteriialts foi
"owd, wholesomie, d'liciou- fod-
"it tfor tthe g tl-" tdlieaelve --you
in h;as vot ctt 'a('fzaely be lt:trned
without vi'-iting that wondwrfuil
place, where hI- keeps tlnlughl oit
everything id(l to eat to victual ;:
war-ship or .-upply ain arlin*y. atind ial
-pecting l fi- elloriii)-z variety l
lhouehhold sipplie *>t -v-ry iila n'itl-
ah!t)t- descriptialn, di-pl.ay-d t! a
-v, ry putirchl ts'I-r c;ali -el t'r :.t will.
tin all ,o' th, c. oi ,.-K t m;il l b,.-" t, !
lplound i tallI" lt a 11 -t.
TI'I' j no t lh 't ,f f'tanty. e: .
';l:itli. uniivart i-ihi-d trut!'. 1: '. ,
41 ,li ; it. t T"oH i 1 2114 K i 10, K~t (,,i\ ,:,-
#-il l t -ti'l-+t '* ti l P ," ,', ,," i ,', ., ; .
.Attend Falcw'.s' ope;ii;, : o-
Imorrow, Th it rs', laiy (I'II ";':i-
(a1y.
We have moved to II S. Palafox street.
We would like for you to call. We will
sell you instruments on terms. We will
exchange pianos with you. We will save
you money on a piano or organ.
JAsse Frerca Plaa3 & COrall CL.
11 s.. 'ala!f.x t : .

Brs the ]he Ki.d Y u Have A!as E .'1M


One Lot Ladies" Tritinmpd ('himise. worth :;.c f.or................. 20)c each
One Lot Ladies' Trimnind Cambric Chemise. worth 7,'i for ....... lVc each
,0s+One Lot Odis and Ends-
In Ladies' Skirts and Gowns to Close Out at Cost Mark Price.
... .. Il


A,'


DeFUNIAK


xt'


SPRINGS.


1-hI L. .~. N


It. R.


Seat -of the Florida Chautauqua now ir Session
Until March 27th.
-^ i ,ines'. PR.esost ic WesLTrrn FIori:I,.-^I
,l? i 1 i : : '. .:' : .'il ..- j i .,, C liml ate.


TIF E2 it T'^ii:'J


~'~1'~'~
~'HVJAiJ~UA.


:* S -
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a.
' .4
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4-ni
4
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'4'
lb --
-.1
.h.
41" S


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~i ~1-.


.' ,islix .fNins.%oo, .2 inches wide.


I 2-yIard pire cs, tor'


En-lih C('ambric. .' inches wide, for
'e 'Our SPFCIAL l'/7tite India Lawns at
i Pieces. I whilee Lawn at
This is an Exceptional Good Value.


.923.00


2.-;c yard.
10c yard.
5c yard.


IEGULAR


-FOR--


25 COets


SI B LEWIS BEAR & CO., Sole .&gents.
AiMo onPCWrt


OldlQualer, Hunter and Parole Rye Whiskeys.
-Chesterfield Bourbon Whiskey.--;-


@JUST RECEIVED:
33 pieces -Sea Island" Percales, (shirt waist styles) 1-yard
w ide, 15c v a lu e ............................ ..... ....................................... 12 12c y ard
19 PIECES STANDARD 36-INCH PERCALES.....................................Oc yard
IW"MAIl, ORDERS PIROMPTI.Y AND CAREFULLY FILLED.-O


tA I A R FORBES.


-AT-


lick Apostle's Restaurant.
Befainning next taturimw I will servo a
thegular Dinner, fro.ni il:;A) tJ 2::io each
day. at .-5i ceota.
bhort Orders Promp :y itvrved all Hours
of Day or Night.
Fish and Oyst.rs n All Style;.
Nic'" At ostle.


J. M. BILLIARD & CO.,
-Manufacturer- and Dealers in-


Carriages, BggirieC, Wagons anl Drays.

S -- .ep3iring Attcnded to Promptly.= -::


P!-SA-4L~FLA


Schwartz,

Proprietor.


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, MARCH 27, 1900.


eO*L DUST.


*ow Far Apart i'd They Livet 't Will Is k- N it*-e. mni-ntation. mlent Las been yrrpaed by the comp.
1 was :i t.i- l., i. iay." said WASHINTN March -6,-The senate trull2r of he current y showing the
ta otnit t'.i.- U. i" ..'ll. :1 hill i cmmit:e cii 'utr o Rico has decid-d number and Ic.v tono rianonal banks
A oN tI11 1. i i: a: ;il b ill n ;u p u b tit o.-gaa ;-'aio.i ni;d3r 1te
uhi4'h I ,, .I :; .. t2"4-rstd. Onl to mlake noo reconmuendation on the prvisio3a, t-e unceul bUl approved
the I ;!L.- I. Tlr .1 :'. st.tit n..r tariff featuor of the Puerto Rican bill March 4. 19JO. Tnetse banis number
tnme t. -,:'..l:i t.:"In i .r- .%i cres inok- until after iit.. ae:on or une Republica aLouj 4ou in aill and with the exception
i:g 11l .1 .,, -'i. "' f,,,l ,wit caucas to bW h'id ta s afternoon. ot lu ,r 12 each will nave a capital of
w:,',l-. n -' jl I ,.,,,;i y .> v r- (rousd.l Hi 1 i1-e- Itruke-n.
At:.:;i NEW YORK. March 26 -Real work Strikers R-turin to Work.
., 't .::" i ... :.1 i 0,, on the No ew Yotk $6 ti.000.OJ)0 tunnel for CHICAGo. March 26.-Over WOJstriking
l^a '.. ^ ..:.'".......ii l.r' 1undergroan4 railway rapid transit has machinists, formerly employed by the
:. ofI.Vf vr.,:a v'. t-, I ,. s l,.ive been begun at Bleecker and Green Siemens & Haiske Co., have returned
:. ., streetse, on lowering the B:eecker street to wo.& our that corporation. their ae-
"..:.., I ,. I,,. leveL manas having been compared with. The
** !:. .:: I :" ir .: negolt -- -- negoiations were conducted through a
rilI.t .-tart ''..<- .: :. !;" rI.::" A. R. De Fluent, editor of the shop committee, instead of 1me waiting
*"l i I. 1 I". a' ;i i t i- 1;:t S! .:tirt .J,,rnil. Doylestown. Ohio. -utTered do.eates.
pi -.- r :i ri.'it -::;: i .:.t >;.rt plce for a number of years iron rheuma- New fora Hubs Talk*.
touth. ..:::!": ti-ni in his rictht shoulder and side.
l"\V<.1. it i tho e i.i-ces; just a ra~-lt s.:iart pit-c.', wa,. entirely useless. I tried Cham- last. March 16. a baby was born to Sn-
colon'l. bherlain's Pain Bilm, and was sur- san Ann Lawrence, a aegro, and spoke
"*Tbe.n tat t:mst Il the r-ason I pri-ed to receive relief almost imme- three times by calling itsmother "Mam.
nilt.ml it. I wdt too far around the diately. The Pain Balm has been a mai mm." The baby, of corMe, lea
rier constant companion of mine ever grL
river lwnl." sinee and it ever fails." For sale
"Now. these gentlemen underst(ioI by lHannah Bros., 21 South Palafox "I think I would go crazy with
each other l-wyond a doubt. But what street. pain were it not for Chamberlain's
I want to know Is. how many miles Pain Balm," writes Mr. W. H. Sta-
was It from the major's plantation to Medical Bociety. Attent on. platon, Herminie, Pa. "I have been
the general's? Anl for the life of me There will be a regular meeting of afflicted with rheumatism for several
I can't solve the quettlon. It haunted the Pensaccla Medical Society at years and have tried remedies with-'
me tM that I stumbled two or three the Board of Health office at F out number, but Pain Balm is the
timfe b when eutmbequetirtly making my o'clock p. m.Tuaay. March 27. bet medicine I have got hold of."
argument twfore the committee. cf Visiting physician, are cordially ne sapplication arelieves ,the pain.
wbk-h tibes two members formed a invited to attend. afox street
part."-Washington Star. D. W. MoMILLr.w. M. D., x treet.
President Rules for Lent.
kpphhlo t Al1I *'n... E. F. Baucc, M. D..
t mmoly blleyed that the Secretary. Mint All the faithful who have enm-
"It s commonly believed that the pleted their twenty-first year and
sapphire Is known only as a gem of a who have not begun their sixtieth
rich velvety blue in color." observed an B A R G A IN S year, and who are not exempted frt m
experienced dealer In precious stones the obligation of fasting by sickness,
to the writer the other day. "As a hard work or other well known rea- \
n:atter of fact, the sapphire occurs in sons, are obliged to fast on all the
various bues. In Ceylon. for instance. IN- days of Lent, except Sundays.
wh,.re, tle. finest -niens of this gem On those days but one full meal is
a.re foub inest p iensof ta ee allowed, which should not be taken
re found, it ranges fromn the soft el- before noon.
vt-ty blue to the pe aneok blue. grado- eal Estate Custom allows a cup of coffee, tea
ated in the latter to an almost faultless or thin chocolate. and a small piece
w white. It also o-curs In whites, greens of bread or a cracker, to be taken in
and yellows. the latter shade toing $1000 will buy lin acres of land nnrtb the morning; and in the evening, a
known as the oriental topaz and the of tbecityandwestoftioulding collation, not exceeding the fourth


green tl-e oriental emerald.
"The white sapphires are often found
clouded or strieked with blue. so that
innoy specimens are cut which are
,hlte w hen looked at transversely, but
having a lbit of fne blue tlit on the un-
der point Then there is t!ie red sap-
phire. or Ceylon ruby. It is valued as
highly as the finest BHurnise rubies.
Thotw most hilhily priz-.: are of rkhi
pigeon blood or rose re d *.hl>r.
"Sonme vry tine a(pptinires l::ve lbienr
ond In Montana during tle pe:att tien
**ara. The Anii .riH:n cn' are- lir hti
Ie. lihue grn'-u. gr,4en !' :i I p: :k. blut
;:.e de'p lItle tailnd red stonri. whtih are
blefly Into demand a:. Je.weIls. have so
far never l'wen disvo.i.-re.i In any part
of this couutry."- tS':l;,i:ge'n i Siar.


The Noo mer nn. A Rockland iotuni: ii:aia i.- the, o w-ner
of a anart roer :.iil ha- oloti ente'r-
talaed suKpitcin'I that lie bird might
bave inherited g:iy I V." *,n:-:(-t.ristics
from stome lon~g forgite ii itcsltor. To
apply this theory In ain actual tet he
went hotne the otlihr i:'ghil. surreptl-
tiously e-onve'y-d li- ;n: r i.r limirror into
the ben pen and -li.l it It-fore the g;me
of the wotlderistg "roositer.
The youngg man u as not kept lorg in
suspeave as to the bisrd's tightilng ual-
itles. After a brief. lunrediulous glance
at the proud redect.tion in the glass the
rooster descended upon the object with
spurs set and wrath glehaiinieg from
each tw'adllke eye. Ther- were a crash.
a sla ih and a clatter, and when the
dust and feathers cleared away the
young spor:;nian tsto,l. a dismayed
aip-tiator. in the it:tir 4r a e :lt of
ruins fotrnt'd of lbruk.t :i;rror. saits
and Ipulverized pilai te .. 1as
lie is now sntis'ied .:ith the rooster.
tint how,- lie ?squaredl hi tiisort about the
lrfkLn u mirror i.s uot Luowu.-Hangor
'.hii aud Courier.
The Eklsmo*' Il.ver.
Itoes every one Lnow in what notable
physical particulars the Eskimos wl.o
live in te far nortlih differ frunii us teui-
irat, zine |I'ohl'. It will be rememti-
hlered that half a dozen or niore Eski-
mios 'amei to New\ York from the arctic
.one % ith one of l.eutenaut 'Peary's
ho, ,i- i.ar-ties. %l.t os f Ithei,, dio


$20f00 will buy ') acres adjoining city
&O W will buy four (Ii jqolil block'
411100 and a coed even room house
This property Is in New Lity.
will buy -7i. acres between Rie
$4000Bayou and Ltttie. Bayou. Tbih
property b ha a water front on the bay: also
on Big Bayoa and Little Bayou.
$t0 will buy onf of thoe best rest
t dances on Wet tHiil. M'itunatod
on -trt car line; has ;1 rooms and all iuud-
-rnm coLveileaces.
will buy lot wit': "'r ft front on
$PW W Palatof s-!eto. .outb of e.reg.
ory. bhiscan he immediately utilized for
business purpose..
$7f000 will buvy lt with' .'-< ft front or
irekorvy and :;t ft f i out oin AI-
canil and 1:'2 ft fro.,t wii Wriitit. Tbli
pr pertv hat no.e cote t-td son iltind th-re il
plenty of room to build a Oozen hoiue-s more.
'58000 willlbuy handaroea ro idencF
$8000 n Eat tr-,_,o.y betwIee Pala.
fox and Tarragona t reets.
$9000 will b.iv an n** aiRre farm with
$9 0 good hIouce and farm buildmnns
Fl-gant property for truck farming and
rtairv ourDoses. This place is just outsidt
the city limits.
~,0 0 vt' bhuy lot in the= huqlne,
iouVu part of the city aith ila feet
front.


J. E. Stillman & Co,
East Side of Plaza.

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part of an ordinary meal, is allowed.
At this collation, butter, cheese,
milk, eggs and all kinds of fruit.
fish and vegetables are allowed.
When the principal meal cannot
without grave inconvenience be
taken at noon, it is permissible to
take the collation in the morning
and the dinner in the evening.
Abstinence from the use of flesh
is enjoinedd on all the Wednesdays
and Fridavs of Lent and on the Sat-
urday of Ember Week and on Holy
Saturday.
The use of lard is allowed in cook-
Iin r.
Fish and flesh are not allowed at
the same meal, even on Sundays.
Egzgs. cheese, milk and butter may
be used every day. but abstinence
from a'l of these is recommended on
Good Friday.
Persons exempted from the obli-
gation of fastiug are not bound by
the restriction of using meat but
once a day on the days in which the
use of meat is permitted by di-pen-
sation.
Children over seven years of age
are bound by the law of abstinence,
unless excused by sickness or other
causes.
The paschal time, in which all
Catholics who have come to the
years of discretion are bound to re-
ceive holy communion worthily, ex-
tends from the first Sunday of Leot
till Trinity Sunday, inclusive. Chil-
dren over seven years of age are
bound by the precept of annual con-
fension. Pastors and parents should
see that the children comply with
this duty.
The holy season of Lent is a time
of prayer, of sorrow for sin, of seclu-
sion from the world and itAs amuse-
menta, and of generous almogiving
By a special indtlt granted to the
bi-hops of the United States for *-en
years, dating from M.Iarch 15, 1895
working people, who cannot easily
Observe the common law of the
church. are dispensed from the ob-
lization of abstinence oni all days of
the year except Fridays. A-h
Wednesday. Holy Week and Christ-
mas Eve. This dispensation does
not exempt from the additional ob-
lization of fasting, where such ex-
i-t-. nor does it authorize the use of
i- .r and fllh at the same meal. It
include-s. however, not only the indi-
vidual workmen in whose favor it i?
granted. but all the members of their
familie- as well. In return it i- ex-
pe-cted that those who avail them-
-iVe- v of this itind lt will endeavor to
*ntt-r into the -pinit of the holy sea-
sonI of Le.-t by voluntary acts of mor-
tificaltio:. penance and almsgivinig. A
most praiseworthy custom is that of
ah-taininfar during Lent from stimu-
lants. in honor of the sacred thir'-ti f
(iir c ivine Savior.
Those who entertain any reuaon.t-
ble doubt about their obligation t,
fa-t or abstain. ought to apply t
their pa-tor or confessor for advice
EDWARD P. ALLE.r.
Bishop of M, bi:e.
Mobile. Ala February 16. lItJ0.

DURHAM Cigars have
been tried and fire test-
ed. D'Alemberte sells


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Which will be
Published


APRIL
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pjresen-tly of pneumonia, to the dis- .'urday. flvJ U P).
trest and somewhat to the indignation ir w:.L. INtIl.r ;. n en' MPt.F Ir I
of the public. (Of several of them care- A :I .! U1 i, -. j I. M /I
ful autopsies were made and. et a P L,,- AN I' I.AIA.
little to the excihemnt of our medical TN I' % vorld. it was dis-.otred that the Eski-
mto intestine was about four feet short- -up r) c er than ours is. and that his liver was lO.tn minith.C'h. Wrrgtt and u::: ,r
not shaiel like what we Lave been It ai .r
uoed to call a human liver, but was 'i.n- xi sh I: turr.., ty i.pul;t: Au-
more like that of a dog. The Eskiumo. th 'or
apparently. is so constructed that he F A :: ,rt l, '.' I I:'" -Ur : .- : ..th
can live and thrive under such condi-, I !!,t .. atl, .- -peca. arti.; .. .t tin,
tions and on such a diet as lie can comr- n :lr
mriand at htomt:.-Ila:i-|rs 1Veeklv. ation bhav r .in.- e ioi a v'aluh n .1 inm.
s 'tructivse ,tud<. u rL t:- .M1 tei' I : ,y.Ical
I Personality y.
Whe'i you want somitetbhirg to heal A Host of Spcial Arti!':s pertin.-i to tibe
a burn. or a wore. or ma (clt. why ot O | e aon will be fiatnd in this. tle Acme
try Banner gale which i- guarinted ot 'p-o-ile- Jo'urnalisw.
thO M Iost hI-aiinr oitnitatt.t in the
wore. Take lo sub.1t:wte. W. A. The ipwalrd'< Fasfte NnnmhA.


urniture on Crdit DUNN'
Most beautiful line of side boards
ever shown in the city. Wardrobes,
with glass doors of every descrip-
tion, from the cheapest to the finest. H U
Roll-top secretary cases elegantly
finished, a fine line of china clooets,
and everything contained in a first-
clas. furniture store at 0. M. Pryor's ON EUROPEAN PLAN.
Bargain Furniture Hou-e.
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ILEDOCHOWSKI'8 SUCCESSOR
It Is Sea*4 Tbat CardleIl Satolll
Will R lra teo Amerilea.
PtrILADnEPmA. March 2 .-A mars-
nlg paper says that private advices
have been received by a prominent Ro-
I man Catholio clergyman here from a
high authority in Rome *sating that
Cardinal Satolli, formerly delegate to
this country,. wi.l shortly succeed the
famous Cardinal Lsdochowski as pre-
feet of the congregation for the propa-
gation of the faith. Cardinal Ledo-
chjAski has been nmentioied as a pos-
siule successor of Pupe Leo X11I. Tne
congregation for tao propasation of
,aith is a branchof the can:ca'sgovern-
ment deal.og with ecc (sitsicat ques-
tions in asi msinonary countries.
Cardinal artoll i Wel. known in this
c:unirr, having re-ided in Wauningrun
for Pever-l years., ad it is surui.sid tanat
his selection is owing to hii knwedjge
'of the caurcr-'s need a id couaiton nere.
N Vw UTionK't I* >.-J <(*esl.
WASHNsmxoTON, Ma-ch 26.-A sta'e


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G.lEAING SALE


REGULAR PRICE $200.


'IT


Sole Agents for Celebrated YELLOW TA RT. and
-other Bigh-Grade Whiskies.=c
PROPRIETORS OF THE OFFICE SALOON.


. C. BRI:NT.
're.id,-an .


W. K. HYYFR. J1..
Cash n-r.


J. S. R E P- l
A!I% at:.-


First National Bank


O0r PENSACOLA. FLA.


Gentlemen,

^ Don't Miss It!


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


Men's enginee Calf Tan Lace Hand
Sewed Welt for only


$2.50.
REGULAR PRICE $3.50.


Don't Lose Time and go About
Pricing. We Still Lead as the Low-
est Price Shoe House in the City.
Yours for Shoes and


TRUNKS,


/. GUGENHEIM.


GRAND EASIER BAL!
To be (;iven By
HOPE LODGE, No. 2571. K. of H.,
i *ad F-llow- Hall. %%arrin;gti.


Monday, April 16, 1900. THE ORIGTN &L -


Tickets S51 cents. Ladies Free. Free
Trani-prtatiin on Dummy.



DRINK LION BEER!


Endorsed by all Physicians as the
only Beer absolutely iree from adul-
teration.
Geo. Pfeiffer, Agent,
PENSACOLA.
Tr TIt. n Tan at all RW]on.


WM. H. KNOWLES. W. A. HLOUNT. P. C. BRENT, W. K. HiYIE JTJ
D. G. BRENT,


F Il Bosoim ii kiku 3aht U1

'fWea draw our own Bfill of Exchanire on Oreat Britain. Ir-,q <
Germany, France. Anutria. Italy, Holland. Spain. Belgium, Rouaia N '
way. Sweden. Denmark and other European countriee.
p'Vensela Disbursed upon the Moet Favnrable Terms, and tr-'r
Obligations Taken Payable at Port of Destination Ten or Fifteen La7,
after Vessel Arrives there.

WSafety Deposit Boxes for Rent ina Co0meetion
with whiob we have a Pwivate Apwartmet fnr the Us*


Cold Weather
Coming.
orders and l.t 4 fill vouir bin i. ,--
cold 'naparrives. We will l*end Y
h t eoal you can procure for oitt.r ? tq -q
or beating purposes at reasonabi.- pr


ITompsoP, Olser 9 L c..
I-eali-r, ::i

Coal and Wood.
' fle.- and Yard : H. E. orr.r / n -e *
and itailroad 8tre.ets.


Telephone No. 147.


ST. IOUs


A. B. C.


BEER.


V. J. VIDAh Sole Wholesaler.

AL)O IViKIlS. BRANDIES IllS, liPOIRTD AID D I!"
Paa! Joics ant BEll Sprins Cellbrate :s .
TRY I BOTTLE OF CELRY TOIIC.,
PHONE 154. : : : : P.O. BDO'X47
JUG & FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED
Free Delivory to Any Part of the Cit,
&,All orders left at The Office, Vida tImlth i -'?


TEL


three Run:


25, El.,


giestauantd Attacneu, upen uay ana night.
OYSTERS, FISH AND GAME OF ALL KINI)S IN .i:.\
Special Orders at Any Hour.
RATES:-Froim $l1.0 to $1..,i per Day. LODGING:
315 and 5lo 1. South Palaf.x street Penta.ila. Florida ; 25 and 50c


JOHN PURDY.:.

Foundry U0 Machine Shops,
CENTRAL WHAKF, COR. JElFER-ON AND PINE ST-r:! -I-


Telephone 348,


Pensacola. Fla.


At C. V. Th,,mpoon'u.
Crane's Ladies' Note Paper. and
Envelopes to match.
iCambridge Linen and Envelopes.
Hurd's Parchment.
Invitation Paper and Envelopes.
Linen Tablets.
Frosted Velum and Envelopes.
English Note; Satin Wove; Tissue
Paper; Dennison's Crepe. Etc., with
a general assortment of tationery.
C. V. IHOMPSON,
No. 30 South Palafox Street.
Comfortable mattresses,
pillows, etc., to go with your
new furniture. You can
buy the whole outfit from
Marston 4 Finch.


PATTERNS. CASTINGG, LUMHER TRt'CKS. SMALl. ';;
Car WI eelk. Wood and Trol l'ullvr-. Hanzer-. B,,xe-. F:-
factured t.) Order in First-Ctla-s, Workm:tulike .Mtinner .
ble Rates.


mmqp thet the beswayais Is b ave the mastiln
dill 111Tseet.aind thm soevomit with a

Cold Dws Washiog Powder
4hslsd Int; it Is bes to on sa wees lh-.dt~
lIspul of G.M 1uft Webid Pw
*emooon fsomm Iers1the pasdeWNWla te
desfelow the weat dethwith.a ry am This
7%0&%V toOlen b~fr ufrM w tmbog&J
ASIA- V an G IL s m uampow.


S71 I Dealer in M3ahinery. Fittings and Supplies fir
Stationary and Marine Application.



VIDAL & SMITH.


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


A Special Sacrifice!

i Pairs Ladies' Vici Kid Spring
Heel Button and Lace Shoes
for only


$1.25.


'W.3l. ikel.


HERALD


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, MARCH 27, 1900. 7

TAKING THE REINS. I -czMA. IT2MIG UMOSM AFTER CUBAN RAILROADS.
During the past winter 19 horses with. Pmlaples Cu.-ed by B. I B.-Bottlke Canadlian Symte1t- Trying to Ser|'U I
a out records have sold for $43,375. or an Cdee go Bouerenrs. Control or Thrm.
Average of $D-.u22 each. Does your Skin Itch and Burn? CnATTAxOOGA. March 24.-President
Blaisdell nae goig to e4juip a racing Distressing Eruptions on the Skin so T. U. Sauaghnesy nf the Oaniadian Pa.
plant on Half M1o in iand. Eau Claire, you feel ashamed to be seen in com- ciSe Railroad company, accompanied
wis. pany? Do scabs and Scales form on by Directors H. S. McDougall, R. B
T Ai Mr. William C. Whitney's unnamed the Skini. Hair or Scalp? Have you Angus and C. R. Hosmer are here en-
2.00 i ginem.a colt. Iy Miguel-Aurora. has Eczem"? tkirs, Sore and Cracked? rotate home from Cuba. While here it
A-Men ..eni-ered fur the W.%.t Derby stakes Rash form on thi Skin? Prickling was learned that these magnates have
L Englandi as a 3-year-od. Pain it the Skin? Boils? Pimples? been in Cua inspecting the railroads
At the late Bonner sale five of the get Bone Pains? Swollen Joints? FAling of he iand w a in ew to obtaining t* riI
of Ansel. "2.t:. none of which had a rec- Hair? All Run Down? Skin Pale? control of aU he milave and consohi. n
ornl. ,sold for an average of $73S, while Old ores? Eating Sores? Ulcers? dating it into one system. *
the sire brought only s150. All these are symptoms of Eczema In the event the deal as consummated Of N.I
T!.e orri.town (N. J.) track. which and Impurities and Poi0ons in the is is proosed to extend te railroad
Barney minarest has leased. is the track Blood. To cure to stay cured take line through richagricu!ituraland man.
where Ethan Allen and running mate de- B. B. B. (Botanic Blood Balm) eral regions of the island, ft up resorse It OU "
where Ethan Allen and running mate de- which makes the blood pure and ftt tourists, equip roads with neW and Irs.i.n o dy
1 iLfeated 1Xexter more than 30 years ago. hch m. ehe rfor tourists. equip roads with new and li tbody 1
1 AarNTS .t! mo-treetran:c years ago. rich. B. B. B. will cause the sores modern rolling stock and quicken the -iJ"
rs at matccordinee raes are not handi- to heal, itching of eczema to stop dlock d qoken he
thiscapped acerdig to theirrecords, and forever, the skin to become clear Nor e toh lelndO phy iJ| *
ths sn tle club handicapers will and the breath sweet. B. B. B is %a. Francisco lrre of Plague.
take into consideration the weight of just the remedy you have been look- SAN FRANCISCO. March 24.-The board -- ,a ,
their ,wners. lug for. Thoroughly tested for 30 of trade and other commercial orga- r '-,
Genius receives tribute in divers ways. year,. Our readers are advised to f trade and other comercal organ
Maid about W00 pair of Re..ently Mine. Itejane. the famous try B. B. B. For sale by druggists isations of this city propose to cal a I St" WS. ,
long legged. a ort legged. French actress, was presented with a at $1 per large bottles (full treat- meeting for the purpose of refutingag n-
slim, fat, pussy, bow handoi.e pair of driving mules by the ment) $5. Complete directions with amional reports regarding he bauomio
legged, straight leirged king of Portugal. each bottle. So sufferers may test plague which, is is asserted, have iaja- A%".
There is a Baron Wilkes mare in it. Address BLOOD CO., riously affeoed bsineAss interest.
all sorts of legged g ar- o ..",u"* Thomas' stable that bhs been Atlanta, Ga. Describe your trouble There t no plage sare here and d- C s BREWING C
mnits, as they got out of lric'ed at f$. 3100. On a three-quarter and Free personal medical advice spite the opinion expressed by the board
the Imixes and up onto mile track she stepped a half in 1.(4 and given, of health, the statement is positively .v.A.
our clothing tables, a quarter in 31 seconds. made that noc a single ca"e of that die- r
S our cloth table R -e h.e r. show. ease has been discovered in Chinaown. LEWIS BEAR A CO., Wholesale Dealers. Pem eola-
S' f1* pairs of pants in one CHICAGO CUTLETS. CHICAGO. March 2L--The National Heavy Femuale Rpgletratlon.
day is a good many. but Horse Breeders', Dmalers' and Exhibit- OtVaLAD, March 24-Abat 10,
what ;about them? Some The indications are that things have or association, now holding their an 000 women have regiesered in Cleve- R
are a dollar a pair, god u to the s when C willhave meeting in his ity, have decided land in order to be eligible to vote for a
S out and paet things like conen- to revive the horse show in ncao.order to be eligible to vote for a
cafsimere pants. Some tions.-O)maba World-erald. The show will be under the aupices of director of schools at the spring eleo- LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE ,ATNTROAD.
are two dollars a pair. The fact that Chicago women have to the association and a company with tion. The indications are that fully as IN EFFECT JANI:ARY 27. 100.
good c:as-imere pants. earry arns to protect themselves from $25,000 capital stock will be formed to many more will register today. Here.
Some are three dollars a tlihu' ,:9ht to a't :is a check to the manage it. tofore the number of women voters has No. 2. N.o.. No. .. ..
vaTniTy of the inhailhitl:uts.-New York been continued to a few hundred. The 12:45 noon I 1:2 p m Leave .... Penesacola.....Arrive 4:13 p i 5:0 m
pair. good cassimere ^, 1. ale of Mlineral Lnlds. uniu&Al heavy registration by the 2:15p in 12:.)itnght Arrive ..... Flomaton.... Arrive 2:43 p 2:.'a m
pants. Some are two,. (i,.~ ; ha hila no prairie firs in its KNOXVILKE. March 24 -A syndicate women is the result of agi action in fa- :. mp a m A Mobile ... Arrive l:nmn '.:20 nigmt
three and four dollars a w :i this v. inter. luit shooting the oomposed of Ohio capitalists has pur vor of keeping the public schools out of 6:00 inm I :10a m Arrive ...Montomery... Arrive :am l :0pm
riair. gd wilted patT iis t <' ii-ag river is sufficient politics. 6:5 am 7:10p rm Arrivele.Arrve :1 a :am *
air. good worteud paint-. 111 .1"T i. -r ,.i :, i.-Ist. is chased the Gordon tract of land lying 12:25 noon 2::)a m Arrive .... Louiville....Arrive :12pm 2:.am
(;. i, *i.i r: t. Ins. in Fayette county. Va. The price paid Editor Su s e*'r ltaija ge*.. 4:0i pm I 7:4 ia m Arrive .... Cincinnati ....Leave f:4.pm II:0pm
l-,-, I:: j.r','-t i. yviz to introduce was $s00.000 cash. The tract comprises OPKIUIAK. Ala., March 24--Mr. W. BEW W* iST E SA LA AND JAACKSONVILLE.
"., '- I .... i. nt 28.W 0 acres and abounds an timber and T. Wear, editorof The industrial New BET PE ACOLA A D JACK O VILLE.
h i.. minerals which will be developed wish.
..r t t!t ou h :ius. delay has filed suit in the circuit court here
ou No. %1. No._ No.3. No. I.
InIIIAT .. ;" ''" i"e:it"" t" 'r i '"'e".i oi., against Gorgi E. Driver. T. D. Poer, 11:56night 7:) m ................. Penacola ... ll:pi:pm
SI a :.l r:.t.. f. rsi ia i:nay i.il Eugene J. Hall, the poet and pub- H. F. Lowe. H. 0. Jernigan, Wiley 12:5:night 7::.mn ... Milton lo:-tim 6:20pm
t .;.i v if he lisher, says that one dcse of Folev's Ross, R. Green. Jr., P. D. Tay. 4:, i :am DeFunikprings.......i Ipm l 2pm
I,.,. 1 1 large hum- Honey and Tar restored his voice lor and J. W. Williams. Jr., members 7:( am 11:1. a .........Marana...... ... :ipm l:tnoon
lar.e num- sthreatd of the city council, for $50.000 damages S:15 am l2:e~noon .. river Junction 5::p m lo:0am ,
0r 1 e nt agree- oarseness threatened to pre- for publishing him on account of ........... 1:43 pm .. Tallahassee .... :tt pm ...........
S,, r l,,i.. ,f ,u,in,.s; on vent his lecture at Central MLusic charge made In hipaper againsthem. 7:h5pm ... Jacksonville ... 9:am :
.i, \,: :!r. i,- n.,,l ,4 rf,,rnrz Hall, Chicago. Nothing else as c- m .
buy pants for adver- i a, i n., v h-r. li!lin,, oprios aln. good.-W. A. D'Alemberte. Atlasit M.n SulHA dm | IO IO 0 :
( -r x -,;, f ,'lht 'a-I,;,i.r- u.-.,l t, 1w HUKTSVILJa Ala., Ma- h 34-L 0.
/sn p o.'e .ge car:i J n on n S:,hlay.-'h.ve.land Leader. LEGIBLATIVE CANDIDATES UTSVlt Ala March .f
* isinf purpos.ves-fto sound Daughty of Atlanta, traveling agent of AL
SPout. And Delegates to the County Conven the Frank Leslie syndicate of New AND MOST POPULAR BRANDS OF
Sheap. I e hity food pa .ts., "Good uiiin,. I do you do thl tion at Powelion, April 14. York. nicided at the MorpM e hotel late; 'm
Si that are made ol fi, the legislature and the list of dale- wt tagtnmotpiTrmp. le ad '
ta ar"Xi nf i4i y,.r aul In,,.<;.'" r.ltelied the gates to the county democratic con- o
l|e t ia I^ ofe 1.0 d.e...r..' .e ^hDECATUR. Ala. March 24. Will
h t. *Y u arV no ,!,.,'i,,r." vention at Powelton, April 14, en- D"CATLUa Ala. Mach 24. Wll
*ood foods: pantsprorided -Qua,.ak- suawked te duck angri dorsed by the Workingmen's Demo- Dowd, night c o erk of the V Noy K ET ., "
Sly. cratic club: News company, shot a tramp 1*t night- "
"I'i **Tt:ot's. what I said," cackled the Frh o e who had refuMed to pay for his lunch.
Sfl the Comforts of ben i e res. rthe Legilature. IN WOOD AND GLASS, LARGE OR SMALL QUANTITIE
ith er' .r C. Moreno Jones. A man named E. Presson, of Pres- j
e front ckes, atch ah day in the year the owners of H. C. Clopton. sonville Kans., wrote a letter the -AT THE-
ht day'h in year the oDYo r s or Ielegates to County Convention. other day, saying the opinion of
slot maliines in New York city pur- Precinct 12-H. H. Wicke F. R everybody in his town who has used w1
*-ockets. (to watch your chase ioill to of chocolate wi Pou, R. A. Credille, Wm. Carmi- Foley's Honey and Tar is, that it Is
which to fill the machines. chael, Thos. G. Rivers. the very best medicine for la grippe,
Spockts in in the eonhirg days It cost from Precinct 13-J. F. L. Quina. Ar- colds, cough, etc. W. A. D'Alem-
m ifn f ckets nig S in In the coaching days it cost from thur Johnson, J. C. Avery, J. Whit. berte.
to G to go from York to London. ing Hargis, Jas. L. Sweeney. D X I .
Precinct 14-Gus Eitzen. J. E. GRAND EXCURSION .
,t' ii f/Olur if" e 1ffivnt" tO s0,ee OgO LIA. Baars, A. E. Zelius, H. G. DeSilva,
*Sin he _Th Kldl Y I Away 8gigh Jas. O'Brien. Opposite Union Depot, Telephone No. 46.
%li is fettin6 I//f vf Sgaa/ Precinct 15-Thoe. Johnson, John
,, i "e# #i. a f Jones, F. E. Commyns, V. A. .
*r i a pf p# xDuuham, H. A. Waters. 14m-tf N AO RN Prtirieto r
ID i OBur your wifeoneofthose Smoke DURHAM Ci- W COA ,Po p ie '-
|r{ rejrexhmen# rockets handsome parlor suites gars at D'Alemberte's. ToGreenville, Montgomery and Bir- *) :
'rom .Marston. Finchu ----- iningham, Saturday night, March PENNLAND RYE WHrHKY -:
Son--_GOLAY--@ 31, leaving Union Depot at 10::J on HROf K IW 8 RMAKH.
regular passenger train. Fire for E BROOKHILL SOUR MAWHISY
| Mll round trin: Pensacola to Mont- lI YELL WSTONI RY WHISK
Grist and Corn Meal Mills, oerry. ;.. to Greenville, ATLATLA BR[WHI COMPANY 8A"
to Birmingham,S550. From Can -UE ATLANTA B EE R-WINQ COMPANY Y S
W Fr III A5.PIS F. GONZAIEZ & CO., Prop S, tonmentsameasPensacola. Parties CELEBRATED BEER-KEs BI'rTLES
desiring sleeper w ill apply to ticket -- .. . . .... ... .. -
\ l I AManufacturers agent in time. Purchase tickets at '
IlOl L CHOICEMEALANDPUREGROUND ticket ofltce. Tickets good for five M E T H IN G
| VLsenger, train. For further informa- W "-
mas"~ Patronize Home Industry. for there is tion apply to.
1110 lI every rvason you should buy your Meal and ROuT.KINO or 0 E VER D A1i(4***
l toryFee from the oonie Manufacturer. P.OTHOA SEV E Y DAY i
t X/ *11 Hfor by so doing you eneourate borne indun- Pf THOMAS, .-
try. Your money is left in the community Pefisacola.


' T lE ^ if and you in turn are Indirectly benefited. _____________o---_A___Z_---o___
9 11I0 111111 1 1W /X \ In footering the home manufacturer you -.
..UL ranimuaw'l I contributetothecauseof labor. You owe Try THEONEWS Wat Column it
*AREL YU nrb it to the community in which you live and ry lNEWS Want Coluin,; it LI
.-a rock. plain or fancy ;oat A
t at will keep an able E TW ONE -O TJ THe IIIL ITUCI iR L IIi, Mammoth tail Groce ry,
,l Iti-y nirllits and day- tee Whether youwant a bigone, R
i ln l one. an expnrlive or a lit.tlpi one.
i ,. r !,ave a great vartiety for sjzl- or re d The
i *'*ut ,it a 1 y.tr, and f r t. fAhem re luxurious. TA cheap, t 502-504 SOUTH PALAFOX ST,
et d. ,dE .S
,. n.-w fancy e Tas ii. i rR Eeleploxo 8 8. A. F,
;jed -e aln- a d rl..ied.' No :**, W. s.t .adside) street,7rootis.i2 F*
.;pe ean- nyd cr, $,2.-,..- AGENTS FOR iWPatrons, New and Old, are Cordially Invited to Visit and Inspect
\ -- i: .t li iure-n it ret. 5 rooms. i1 ..
story, ni-ar tvill square I5.. their ImnimeDse Stock.
4.,..:, -, :..m. r, ; H igh-Grade Liquors. .
t- HBRD .h A IN SOUR MASH',
I.,,.ry, c-.1 VERY FINE; FRIEDMAN'" CELEBRATED OLD PRIVATE
W*- l..,, STOCK. 12 YEARS OLD; OLD SILK VELVET. KEN- o--PROPRIETOR o-o
i ntr tr. tttrv TICKY'S PERFECTION OF PURITY, AND
't. -r. t '... LOTS OF OTHER BRANDS WHICH C R O N IG S S H L O O N
"",," 1, n I,. ..... -,n" ...~ r-. SPACE WILL NOT PERMIT o-DEALZR I u
in % | 1"'-. TO MENTION. 1
I- ,; l! puire wrti, .. ... : r,'. Thp Lare zt and Beat Selected Stock of Bottle Whisky and anines, Li o aa
; wN.. t .,. i,, .-. 7 r It.-. W ines for Family lUse.
li.. ,a..-:,s""'JUG ETRAD A asrALT.
'.. 'hs: atr, ilY r, t .:,,, THE JUG TRADE IS OUR MAIN SPECIALTY.
.% r% ...Corner Belmont and Devilliers 8t. PENACOLA, LA
SiPatntry. it pis No '1^1,, l, inr...n .4 r.o,.,, S Alo Agent for the Famous Pabst Milwaukee Beer. Free Deliv-
.i .' :s t s :'I t -irt t t. 4 r.4 o:ln-. I Pry to every Part of the C'ity. .
..... P.O. Box 41,. PENSACOLA. FLA. Telephone 179. A AE
J,,'. ^^j'l. :t. : +": 1 .\-tll;":.'''t:_ __ __ A V ER Y.--
THE 1Ts Qoo Delmonico Hotel and Restauranto o, i I
LEVY Po pAT ESTATE

RV ental and Insurance ALL ORDERS SERVED ON SHORT NOTICE Nails n. s., ove*,aw MMand Seamboat appa, oo
| V 1AGENTP, AT ANY TIME AT REAoMASAL PRICES. and Heating soe, Paltas, O4s ad Window e1,
IV P NS AI S OLA. FLAr. S te. looms fto ent by thl Day, I0uk of oath. 0 Agate aid Tinw-e nd H
31f, 312 lfrth Taprr trmt, Ippsit l1ise ll H t. eGan, Pistols and hin.
C O~f N100LA CAS8A 0 O-Teiephone 61.-0 AGENT for Birmntgh-m RolUing illn s company, Rever eBlae
0 U NICOLA CAS 'A, ---O-GEO. WILSON & O.,--- Stitched Belting, Northampton Emery Wheel ompany, Lattn l Band
i RE&STAURA kNT"--OYZ~w5X'St i Don't Forget to Stop With the Fat Man. P Jn
*RESTAURANT---OYZSIS.1. ow* *r* ***** wt th m Powder company. Johnson's. Kalsomlnne, Iron King ad Buck's Btores
|- and Ranges, Wi. Coupe Co.'s BaVw Hide Laee Leather, Masry' Beady
-i DThwI Ton Cl1teril, Frmias, Caliks, cgetabllu, FlIU VEGETiBL3ES IEClYi I, OMiill III 1illl. Kase airoad color.
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* THE DAILY NEWMa PENSAG OCA, FLORIDA,'


Turn Sinxuxcumeos.
Th gs ms.at Oam.ems wNams the


no mer a ri a Sua.
Pumuaat to a cll. the general
oommlt:ee of citizens having in
barge the arrangement for the en-


tertaiament of a proposed excursion.
to be composed of citizens of Selma,
to celebrate the opening of the new
railroad between that city and Pen-
asaola, met at the room of the Cham-
ber of Commerce at 12 o'clock to-
day. Chairman J. M. Hilliard pre-
sided and Mr. I. E. L. Daniel acted
as secretary in the absence of Sec-
retary Thui. C. Watson.
Mr. F.U. Shepard of the L & N.
R. R., being present upon invitation
brie-fly addrev.ed the meetintc. ex-
bplalnig what had been dou, n, far,
and ariing the appointment of a
date for the .-xcur ion. H- stated
that the movement for an excunion.
o ftar as the railroad was concerned.
orgimtated with himself. because of
bialong and intimates' c:al and bus
looe relations with the people f
belma. aud that be was only too
glad that the people of Pensacola.
had, almost simultaneously. inau-
gurated a silniar moveminta. anlit
thst c pe a:ion t-Lo:uld have s;
readilyy e.-u-d. A;.o that accord-
ing hii ( rig.tna pl.ius., the number
of invaits~i.'o- would amount to not
leo athan 1u. and that to niow liiiin
tz.e number to le*- than that w,-u0'
.- *arc ly rp',-ib;e. He al-o ex-
i; in d the ta ses of the delays thit
iatu iite-rvei.ed in carrying out the
| roj*ct.
After an inforinml diectlusir!l. Mr.
C. F. Z-iIk ai.'v. d tL.t th.- time fot
the ,.xcuriii ho- set i',r A. r 2t 14th.
which wad carraid. At tni- t-,ii
Mr. Shepard. who was oblige- to
leave on the mid-day train, retired.
Tre nleetintlr the-n took tip ith
qu,-st'o., of slpepii, acc,mnti-nda-
tioe; for :1ie excursaioni.-t and after
coutiderbie d.* cu-ion it wns tmove-d
and carried that the u att-r be- re-
ferreJ. as heretofore, to, the ett- r-
tainmeut committee. subj-ct to the
limitation that the enta.-rtiii:ii-lt
fund should remain at $'w. a- uit g-
dually fixed.
The question of the inmaner f is-
suing toe invitations w2s al.-. di--
cussed, and on motion it was deter-
mined that the invita'i.on crnimnit
toe. having full pawer t o act. -hould
co-operate with Mr. 8bepard and hit.
epretatlve. Mr. J. W. Lurton.
Luriag the discussion of the nit-
ter of sleeping accomtnodhati,,a,.
Capt. Kryger of the Merchant' h -tel
stated that the hotels would probha-
bly be as crowded at the date teamed
as they are now, and sug ieted that
the committee should be chartid
with the duty of accertaing where
sleeping accommodate ns could bt-
procured Beveral members -x-
pressed the conviction that if the
public house- of entertainment c, uld
iot be depended upon f or all tht- :;c-
commodations needed. th- cit.'t n-
-'~oald be called upon. :-,eirdriiih to
their ability. to (open: th*-ir hot s '
for the ento-rtainm- l :t f It!)i c(it%'.
uaests. The matter of procutir tith-
attendance of one or tiior,- Pu!.maini
.leeperq was debated bu;t abt.duated
as impracticable .
Miss Cruinm nd Mr-. BPu-tf Mont-
,"oniery. %tio havo- b*--t, t(l. ir'ujejt_
4f Mr. and Mrs. M. MeUre.ry ,Tr a
fe-w das. Ift to-day for Evrer.-r et;
to -io.ud a few day.- before returning.:

or. 8e'S Ceo.. Syrup si a speedy as-
sies-tuusi c rulti f-rcroup, *a o<(itr-.'^ iotod hronehitle. N o chl,.1 t:hPIA l h- lft ,,,
, .oor-ntl can get this wonderful remeit.,y for

Attend k'*s opening
e o-morrow. Thursday n4

t .-.-ah ry i-.r .tai-a.


AsIK., S .C. Maria 26.-Meisrs.
Obarims Etes. loumes lBarrett. Jr F.
B. Pope ad Laudou A. Thomas. Jr.. of
thi city. all exoerienced cotton manual.
fe eares. have acorporated a company
tor the purpose of essablaataaga bleach.
ory. The plant wilt be loossed as Clear
Waer. mear here. Tue capital stock is
lined as $00.O00. ant ith company is
athborined to manatacsare coUsoagooda.
a well a to coduot a blsearery.
Pr-parsff rer hin Ra-umiet.
ATLATT Maro .6 &- The oeafed.
mrat vemaa camps of Gergia are
amakig penpanuou to seed rreesesn.
sivee to the stem as LIaLvtlle which
begme May 60 The iadiaes x point
*a a lare" attendance cc
W"MMB =1 Qonm a sthe aoig
ym ls Is ha eover oesed. witsh
she emepsia of the resaia held ia
shn oily.
M6Oletpr in* OamblIeg Hell.
CzaaL.UTow. March 26 -ev. Arthaur
Orae.m pJtor of the First Baptist
ohareh prenech ea a sesmataoal sernmn
lanay o vice and ai ia Ofarlee|ol.
Lse week be visited the blind ugr.
lamblig buses aal questeimable re-
erw a- ha inermoa wa a tiradte cu
tdn plocaN. It was a sensational day
far a church.
lig Lbs4e DeaI.
OQazxsas K(. Ala.. March :6 -The
lairges lead eale of the mseu was made
ber a few days ago when C. C. Seed
purebhed "h' -Prairie Lodge" place on
toe Warrier river. 10 miles from Greean-
bore, for $.3.(kO. This tract embraces
2. 700 acre and is one of tlb lar-vet
piafatuoo* in toia county.
A Nitgh of Terror.
Awful anxiety was felt for the
wid.,w of the brave General PJurt,-
1. min of Machias. .M.. when ti*- de-
trs q*aid ,he could not live till inru m-
inie." writes Mrs. 8. H. Lincon. who
attended her that fearful uiaght. "All
thought s:ie must Pneumonia. but she begged for Dr.
King's New Discovery.-*ayinx it had
more than once saved her life. an'd
had cured her of Concuurption. Af-
te-r three small do-es she .-lept easily
aill night. artd it-. further use c-ln.-
plet-ly cur,.d her. Thit marveloti-
medicine- i- guaranteed to cure all
Throat. Chest and Lunr Dise.ase-.
Onlvrkc and $1 0K) Trial bottles ir .-
at W. A. D'Alemberte's drug store
Cleaning ladies skirts and waists
Is one of our specialtie-. Star Laun-
Ar-


ForIthe nextI0 days A. J. Wat-
kins will order ornamental wire
A.V.D AT QArATIs. sfew'ihng at seuh low prices it will
ag Lou ih. 4e7a *Jason. Hamburg to urprisee everybody. You can have
w Kyerr a co any kind, from 2 feet to 4 feet high;
.or you can get the best and ch*peet
AAITUD. iron fencing of all kinds. When
Dr Ps Clurnum. s Scott. New York to you desire fencing of any kind done
G l stir.rce Crodich 657, L kCar- leav your order at Wm. Johnson &
dems toJ. .n Merntt Son 's for me and you will. save
money and get first-class guaran-
AI. teed work. A. J. WATKIS.
'r sc% Si.-rru 8alrve.r. Havana 13mlm.
Ru0 ba rhomas Perry, Mattiaon. St Na-
Nor bbk ocet, 1homCsen, Hull IMPORTANT NOrICE.


AT QU&ANATINE.
Nor hk Aolafide, zSL Peteroen. Pernarn-
bu,:o to order
tort bk Lomotia Elvers. 777. Goncalies.
P,'rusnsbucn to Dearb. Dunwod'r &ao t
Rau- bk 4-mo. 7w'. Ji banasen. Vale-ncia to
Peenbsools Lunaaer t 4t
%ior bk LtLuiuso. IOM5 Lorentsen. 4onfdoii. to
Pengacols Lumbrmrco

THE S111P1INw

VEUSWAMW3IMX
PRr F,-.rr'n,,lbaau. 1DWI, New~oxe. tu W 8
K.-yoor at 4iU
span Er.sa.1'IK). ()rmAccnes. to W 8
Sr Kpn~~u ~~.Job: aton. to Pens:.&-
cola Lu in 1w r-r -o
Dan Htu--, 157. Jozua'on~to Gu f T ars~t 1 0
Ru-; Colurnhbum. 172..,1'urchman. to W L
W ittich (0)
Nor Patrxareb. ti. alversen, to KHH
Bo~ cr


To the Contractors and General Public of
Pensacola: I
Notice 1t hereby eiven that on and
after the first day of April. 190), no
Union mechanic or laborer will work
on any building with any nou-nnion I
men where there is an organization
of said craft under the jurisdiction
of the Ceptral Trades Council.
m8tt J. R. JOURIAG .

Your Credit is Good


For anything in our house. We have
,a larre assortment of Couches, Bed
Lou n-es. Toilet iets and Bedroom
Suites. Iron Bedsteads at $4 up.
0 M. PRYOR'S
Bargain Furniture House.


Free .Vaccination


0nTuedays. Tharpdays and oat-.
urdiars. from 12 m.tn to 3t).in.- vpr!nna


a RRE. """"L'va ccA& ate' s." '.0a, -I.* ,
It Acge:a cca:: .e.. Par tt, W L Wit- will be vaccinated free of charge at
ti & t to the office of the State Board of
ti,-r i-h :' -. c::-r. to liaar.. Health of Florida, No. 9 West Inter-
lanwody at n dencia treet. Phlysicians of the city
it t er-ttodyat-ro *have kindly consented to perform
Nor BKrona. .-. Eventen. to H II Bvyer the service at the houri nlamatd.
It C'ogzaAll. .., ia'tr:tf l'it, t u Rot.aCO W M. K. HVYER.
Bros
Nor 1 OLcrdia. ,.. ttlv,-r,-:i. to order Agent.
It l)U ugiu., '11-.. Lararettla. to order
1wed lnjasar 12'7:.iI.uudraill. to murder
N..or lar......Ano.-r. n. to.. rd-r Threeh Large Stores i
Nor IFrTga.. 74. Wei -. lu nde,- to order
Nor til1t.1. Lare.-in,t., itd-r I Full of FURNITURE. The finest
Nutr ldia. 'e72. Jeada. to uulf Nava,! ie f Vlnut Bedrom UiteS evr
Store Co li falnutBedrom uit vr
It Iat.<.-5. Pedat ila. to< ( Turrn- howni in P-ta!,acolq. Pretty. neatly-
It Luigk t", 4t*. Ca;a EuWa, t suW BK.v'er & flni-htrd 110A)i oak Bl-droom Suites at
Nor Merz.pore. 1:75. J,:xaton. to Baarm., all prices. Rattan an d Cobbler Seat
l)uuwVty A -.. Rocketi. bit and little, cheap and
%.or Nr.ra. lt*N. .Mike'St-A. to Pensacola bigh. Look at them.
Lumber Co
Nor Perftct.>'Z, Larvsn. to W L Keymcr 0. M. PRYOR'S
& c n- Bargain Furnishing House.
It Stoinvorn .!,. tozzo, to R.,)-aeo Bros
or .i C .o o.ntor-.,to..-. No better Cigar for
1' Treno. t r, Gardealil. to Baarp, Dun- the money made-DU
w.oy., 4'o the monev made-DUBR
Ai ,Vedan ,. 79,. Ec er, to E su HAM-atD'Alemberte's
It V'n*z:an,45. Farrari. toBaars, Dun- i
woody* Co Elegant bed room sets, or
Ger Ely. 47,3. Ma-s. to order cheap ones, whichever you
Am Ionna Christin, .'-. Axelitn, to wa at Marstontf FiCnh's.
order
.,in lts A arl. Benson. to master
Ain tjalumar. .V. Axeilion, to ia-tu-r
l:r Juta Elizatbeth.", tiweetiag., to mae- I
ter b. 111. obrt to mastr
Br Mabe; Dar ii.-g. 1". I .oberts. to master P il


0 P. CLKAXtIV A6N 1) IAILAD YOH X.
klaLLLA.

Pi.,-ruv::. No.". -!d M.arnch-t..e.' Ma-h7
1.-romia. tr. ..'i.O aa% gdamourg
H uddvt.i.-i~l. Hr. w at Iimrr -.Jar. :)
ii 'u~o.~oI* i:1 oi*..~A:.tw,,p. Jan .0
Spot.-anita, .ii. ta .j:-oo'St Michael%
Jan V)
Thos Waynian. Vr. 1411. Watt. arrl'...-4Rot-
to-rdiarn. F.-a it
I* vr'-rtu~.htm. ;t'tber.rn(;-n on. Jan 2
514".
i711ppett. It.-n. sd Swamo.-.... 0 .-7
k'arthena. Nor. J~4ei. Sid (irt-.-nock F-n I
S kY;..
Ar.nepia !cbaffiri. It. s~d Mar-, 1-1f 'Join
Airmile'. Nor 1U ,7. -If A.1tw-rp l'.-e 1t
f$Ianehu-tto. It. -41. -1,1 Cart listizeu.a. n :!5
Cbi-ftain. Ru%. -Z at Itooteeloata, Feb .5
Iiablia. swd.f6d Hull Jan-.4
F-heovito Irli. .%1,' eI stI "ti .'h "t 14
Winar Tambark!-jelve-. Nir.'s'I.0oE ntwerp
I> itrteo. t. -Id T~l to '
r'?'lz ($u-tgav. IN!.. t Acou urc'i 7
Nov 2k n ea rPoe(,!- t oP c
t i re. TNr. %sjuo r- t- o-hI.*"
.14than ~.-s.Nor. -I't h ri-t iin'atid Nov 11
I t.hp owii,. Tr -141 T..aobu roxI -v
Mao-celsa. It. A~d HAImhurg. %4.v
Olga. IHu.. .d Lm o-ai'sz- c -
Paola %- edt.r-- !It'..- Id AlhmsR len J alt,
I~t-l aP. It t I;. atitlmo p-um.k. No v
Voq' uto. N..r. -ia L -i ...i mcit .,
Vir~mnt.I. -I'aolM miad-xr ts. u-to"it


We have saved many doctor bill-
since we began using Chamberlain'?
Couzh Remedy ini ur home. \V-
keep a bottle opfn all the ti ei, and
whenever any of my family or my-
self hegin to catch cold we boein to
u.de the tough Remedy, and as a re
sult we never have- to sem.d taway for
a doctor and incur a larime doe-tor
bill. for Chamberliln's Couirh Reai-
dyv n-ver fail|. to cure. It i< cer-
t.iinly a medicine. ,of tfrat um-rit and
wrth.-D. S. MEARKf E., G-neral
Merchant and Farmer. Matti-a, Hed-
ford county. Pa. For sale by H n-
nah Bros., 21 douth Palafox street.


.4ttend Falk's opening to-
morrow, Thursday and Fri-
day.
Op-r-*iva (-s a c pon er-t**.
TYRKVILL-, O Maroh 6-.-Tho
Yoik cotton mtll have anmouaoed that
they would on aext pay day gIve their
nrwratit*q an latcraie of 3 pwr cent in
wase*. The wages of some of the em-
p.ouye had rocentiy been increased .S3
uer oent. Tac-s were not included in
tue increase yosterdav.
It-flux of Hurf* i 31lemphis.
MzxPHu.s March "6 -1'he influx of
horse at Moa tuomery park from Louis-
villa. Now Orieans and Nashville buhas
commenced in earnest, now that the
local meeting is les than two weeks off.


CASTORIA
Fr Infants and Children.
The Klim Yoa Have Always Bought
Bears te
unatare o

Xot hin. so sets offa home
.as hand8son.me furniture.
Marston 6- Finch hare an
immense stock for you to se-
lect from and they will sell
it to you on lonf time and
easy payments.

Room Mouldings
in all shade-. plain ani fancy,. at J.
E. Ross & Co's No. 11 N. Palafox
Phone 3*42. o2f-tf


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27-inch Z-phyr Ginthanm. our
price ......................* 121.0-t
36-inch Spring Percales, our
price ......................... tic
33-inch Very Sheer White Lawn.
our price....................... '.c
27-inch Check Nainsook, our
price ................... .... *r
.;')-inch White and Colored
Pique, our pj i<.--............-.. loc
:;a0 inch White Corded Pique, our
rrice ........ ............. 15c
:)-inch Solid and White puck,
our price....................l le
I Yard-Wide Sea Island Cotton
at ............................. "


Remember the Place,

YOUR FOR BARE


OMT3Mm-PE::;0IEC E


Calicoes


-ANI0--


Domcstics


AT THE OLD PRICE.


No Advance:


aBI 8


127, 1900.


spirowPOTICts.


COHEN


fRIEDMA C0O'S


Se. -RACKET STORE.


* *


SPRING GOODS

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


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



Our Stock is Immense!
Im nense


(o~~u'tl*an1-, and owrsli


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


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


S IMillinery,

Gents" Fulrnishing and Clothing"
Given Away.


ov


almost


The finest and most complete line of
Carpets, Xattings, Curtains, Window
Shades, Etc.


Ton are Corially livitet to Vit Cur lammt Eitablishmit


We are Invincibles in Low Prices
This makes our Success.

Mail Orders Promptly Attended to.
Trade Discount of 6:., on all Ca-h Purc.ases.


COHEN, FRIEDMAN & CO.


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j-W. B. WRIGHT COflPANY,

I MAt 4 >fA iN I -. ANI> I, AI. I1. IN

LUMBER, LATHS,

SAWED CYP.E338HINGLE-E-Kii l -Dric .ps
< .- PEVSACOLA, FLA.



TRYTI IWS' WAIT COLUMIt!


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co, ruer Csteoani-I Ai-vAJ.
ilpvia. prlIictpul. N -r& I..
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FDL'WE.:s 10k FUNI:ILA-%.f
pbone 3:10.


and velo inHair &ioeid. II1iAt-
A rt icles. Hair oi. oIe..ZA, w. (I.,%*

SCol ICE.
There vwilbo a Tnpetin: f
IDenloentr.ic Evwcutive C-Pimr,
Fss~eamhi'scounty at tha ,1!1,
Judspe T R.- ieCullugh -it !I
house, at 7:31op. m ,nTh ar-.!,
2.9 n disy of March. 14.0). ti. c.- -4
thoe qualificati#)n of volts-r- i V
coming primary election.
DAVf. R. P.%vtKI[ I;,
DA.; uipHv. Crvi.;r;
Imecretary.

Have Your Pa1ntiii.z
.:IPaper Hanging donp by i v 1
(I tepe-pI.o. in an up-to-dat.--*
byv va t r".ni z ing J. E. Ros.' &- C.
I I N. Pul1-ifox. Phone -*,2.


SAVA 16 9 5IW M itI
ItepaIs-?elDaily for The Ni-we
)feress. A. WM.nes*(a--
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tutrn jture o'.r house /,,,,
ifl2-;.v until you h/(v'
.I1tirsto'n 4- Finch'sa
T/heir- prices are lo'i.
stock is complete, mi'
will sell !IoISwh at lt
on lon.g tinte.


Dress Goods,


I Yard-Wil.VitcbPevillp Ijilpaehi-
er4, ~-(! I,ate by 1: .. t-(I.d lf- C')
w,,iI.! it lass4 ............... r
f~o P;6'e&- l-te- a~co at ..........e
11) 4.Shoe ia- H.- f' vy, at.........I~ .t
NAr r ar.;t (I..............
Joi-t it-v.. ivi-dl a tu~l liii'- oatjr
an Ti ( si tvi -t- *ur pric~- ar-t-
4a ow I---t.
#1 fill and .11.~i
L.alhzi--. a i-:I-e:tPra-'-



ruallia Now Sj'rinLt Mat'i:.:- iL
15 arid 20e. pe-r yard.


~ IU;105 S. ralafox Street,

AINS FROM NOW ON, 1dICs& .l~


I (),rd-r
MNI THn ER VC1Ul
bk imilum a
9 m D3ponqiblp! Toy
y tbli crow of baid ve-~- %
A 1T It 0
Baars, Duiawody & co.,,
consaguetf


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F. E.0 BRAWNER'S*-


K$iJ0 ^ o ^r-pI E J OdSEA




*MWE HAVE JUST RECEIVED OURM*


Spring Line of Up-to-Date


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


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Property. Apply toA. I' k
Muldida x, Palaoz Oret

LOTERE4T cOWv.iTK4Tii
,MECVKJTIE14 mVY UtV.
sT REE F.
F Y01 WANT II hqt -,
inetmone.y. insurev'fr Ljrj
cureab4tractgo rf tilWoo. ba'11N4r
tat#., rent pronorty of all'.I
roont, Colleetod or your tisot.. *
ros II on or lul-I re-qT h --. i ~.k-
Real 1State fr.id Ir,%urau:.r,.,.-
Cf)l*. Via.ia,..t.d.r.
who buv% a I-t ftront U4 .


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Finc a No ;!- f.ir a lo.:,~
oit"n. Fain Appy t.




-tre..ts. can tw chanxui.-
purporv..s.Apolv top 4.i-o. X
We'st strong 4tre.-t.



Funiak-pr inz. .~

fe c.with L'.(4i~ i
road thrve.. niilo-.a1-4
Land rinle isorri.,.!,' *-f~
road. G;.rol still. st,. 1
farm or -luburloan ::.,n '-,.
4)ni.. Wl ,r3i. Ag nt

ould "-n .waoa- u-i,. sos at ft ha: .
C. Watuton & C,-.
1 't~41% MJ-u mnoot d.,. r'i'
heci y nnn *aiy teriti.. t-v r
ger. -104-.j outbPl~afox it re-t. ~-



at ahi EaastLa~ua .tree:.
'AN'TEDt-A wrwtd Tram..-'.
4PP-Y at NZw, .fflc.. f 'r ;I


wonlb. 1'. lozui-..

alWttst Chase .trvt-t.

fansbid muarbi.' to'p. f r ts!
A". tle.
uut. hmul a'~jcand4.i,^ov.-ral r4,
of (apro~ooplimb-r. Inr p~rtic.1:w-..t-
J~vA*JTL1O-Allkind& of *empty
VT~ whisybotle. .A. FaictivAo
novitt
(~ANTE1Lu..oaa beer b09111061s as ':



.11 and tK.nI.-rgptrton1%n a. w op.::
iL. 111th term in tt's rteqid'nce st
n~r of fPaiaiofox and Jack..n tr-.
tranc.. on Jackson. Term%;w-. t..' or rai


111 0. 's"- lb". -