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VOL. 30.


SOUTH AFRICAN WAiC.
Lord lotelwrts"* F'or..- are lloeing I'Pre-
paredl ',r an Advance
L.,)N-,). March 2.--Tio period <-f
ia.etivity armind Blouinf.nt-ii i-
ended ail th*a trops are beizur
nu-hed t.- the front with ;Aill o-ible-
- - tr -- :ir- >l-i:;i actcculn latod at tht-
railway station atind every pr'-i);',a-
tio I: b. ) i gIi made tu i n h forward
witl.,nIt dt-lay.v.
A dispatch fr-mI Lorenzo Mar(quez
wa s- <(i-il. Joubert, _comlns llidel-11-
<. If of the 'I r iansvaal army, .-
deat'. N-P details at- giv-ii. bu- other
('- ..it"- frin 'r'-tori; a a to hli- theinR
it, ,i-ivor., it ve ll l ii{gstalted that
t!.,- hurg .tr- tn';ni kill lim if th,-
ii Itifh reacht-d Pri-torl le:J' to :t
(1,,ubt a- t- wi, .: hi-r ii- death wa.;
foulm natu'ul ca I' ,, :;.ot.


UL.UILinL JUUU'-tU eIIt I.,, ,,, wtIII
Reported In Parts hdAmt nerton Will
PuDchs*ae Data West Indi SUSPECTED BY BGERS Z Y-., -m 2.- -rabl,-
DT D~myNw YORK. Ma~rh L--A H..,ihl rllS-
patch from Paris saT-:
FranceMtabei. nmor,- than onihnaryin--
His Life Is In Danger if Pre- m In- I
Storest in the question of tht.e sdale f the e
toria Is Taken. Daniih Wost hiliks to th, ULit.,.i States
ft r th 'i -iauivinistII.is dp.4- .--, th.tt this
country has th, right t,, bid &Frt ; ca e
LEADERS ARE WORRIED the i1lads. a,!paron the uarlwt. R- IT
Iport,, that for some tuinm nivav b,-n in
cirvulatin to ti. effTct that th Unit'd
HofmeyerandrdShreinerlDenouncedlby StUts w tr"g to buy th,, island.l Nev
Tranwvaahlr->-<*upe c mit Only I pon I gnvwernmnt as.- Danis-h tdil-matic
ldcd e. agiti ilnl Pariq anA p t1whr,,. a
The -;ri% %1x-r.,;this nmorming how-
BL.,EMF.)XTKIN.T Mar,'h 27.-A raha'y Ths].;u is Vs this or-iu, how-
":o ever, print a disnat'-h from ,It.lugt de- r-.'.i sIntiasa.,' wa\s auido Sunday to cLhring ,h.-t a bill providing for the salh Fr
wv:rl Frankf,-rt. Th.- Sixteuth Lum- to th Unit.,d tIates will l- uittrodueed wn-:
(vrs. 1>v- skiranihiing, drov, the Boers in the Dn,-;i-h parliament t ir wt k. It hav
is g .n,,ntirv known that a. thetimt of
fr, ,t ).,irptions into th,. oq>-ii. when '^"*.^ ^tM^'"'-*ra,,
frm th-ir po.itions into th, hvihl Pr-idlut liarrison's dhftar f.v,- r-el.'- ,a
th- Nintth Lance..rs ittomptf.l t-a ,rflank rionu n-l:,tiations of this !irt \v,.r. 11 p.a
*h, *-.-mrly. while they wroy .eragr d f tle n-;i:ir of ,o*,sumr1ati'u. Pr-.idelt r:l
trom th- frint hby a dismounted .s'tion Clevlland, bi,.g opposed t the ,xtr.n- t..,
Af thI Sixte.nth lncers. Our casual. to-ef A rian ;rriotry, i. :iatt.Tr i v
wos artdroe'rt! ul. i'tohx'w ..lv ,, t rtionr11 kta-
U.,- ar- ret !rt<.d to b,, f,.w. r,,n ,,f D",:uark. '*- "*


CHICAGO LABOR TROUBLES.
('Ity Authorities Will Endeavor to At-
feet a Settlement.


rt INA I t Ci,.,A.<, March 27.-The national
building trade council has taken up tl *
S U fight o,,f the union anffliated with the
reed Upon by cthica, ita i ng tradhs conm-il. It haI.
CaUCU3. s.nt thousandUof cir ;)niitrvy from its h a4l,]urters in St.
ILouii n,'nfving nteml-rs? off thl' building
FOR DUTY trmh-s,.ftn, troiub.l, in i 'hicago. It :-
tsaid th,- tf.r-t of th"- crciilnar ha-l s
1o ke.n hnidr:.'d of t i'll away from tChi-
Stbah titnted IFor ,; o -,, w ,,i ul thrwi..., hl v -*t n
It Al-o l)Deliife htre
A thv ,Isla nd In th, ,cirv council nla-t nitvht a resoln-
fti wath- ,llnd n -d th, the mayor
oi 'er. to anp!l uli a oluIt:Iitt"' ,of fiv- ,'itlzell- to
try t4,< **' t. a wo.rtl. n t of ti difftTer-
h *7. %rna'or tilt., I rtw." l h uilit t'rnactrors'
dut ed thaul.'nldi (clluncil and tha fhmulih trad, couucil.


n ruLni u

BILL IN TH

,asure Was Ag
R-:publican

PZOVIDE3

v Irovi-i *'-Sti' m S nd 1i -
tatil-, of ltesidentis u
Ie,,ldept (Comminls1
,' \.sili, UT"ON, Marcl
,k!, r hI s today intr.),


POWERS IS HELD

AS AN ACCESSORY

r ::-ied For Complicity In
Goebel Murder.


(C ERED


.ililon of the- F:vidic-ne I'For
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it- lit-
1 '. .\ .l'**-r uti. .'-utatlonu
: .. lr, *;. .r t I- h f,-uw ., ar.o
.i<: ;rir,.*unI,"t: tnny w loild
,,todu,,.l ;,r t. ,delf-n,- and they
,i< watvy furthi-r fitasn ation. T h
.i.,11 ,i.uKdI t. P,,wers, by Governor
.,r tw O l -ud wsi a a # aor to the pr ,wation& and
.... i tat tth, .-f,.dantdt hedismisd.
...l l< S*aalth <. ,t G ,.ovrn r., ot..,- a TitL,. A. t tht" time the
Pm nl*ttl < n-ror Brrcmts
!. hut ?t- ion-mner be disminoiwd
"h** s 'l'ln Th,< m'T'ron was
'I limi v.-a- akvl f-r. Judvo
-4Ad:
4 r t t:\ ., rt tha! I ,w,-r-. fir. l
,t, k:.,-,l ,,vriv ,nor G,'Iel-L
*" ,vl,! 1., It IP uiy .1plunlo,
\, t- .. in,..-d w ith th,' o, n-
'., k;il l,!; I -hull tb -rs form
,T h to. !., ,' I t i %\IT -hUt bhail
t'rnihkln .,,in'v -r.tnd jury that
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: *h. Pw'r- ..-.* w .i, 1 : ,:* atL*,l ;I 'h. ," .0m1 onI'.wle[ th
*\ *'. '..k. "' -'" .f the ,th,'r
:* .t ,tji,:n .I.hln [arj i. ,or
I 1 'ult":i. wii...tii- als <..-harged i
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t\ T. ,r" i i:;I l 2 ', k
T7 t T i tt ,O'f haviiii
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FEDED THE AUDIENCE.
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: ,; t.1 f,.r ,rd r. u t v-
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a. I ..l -.tnry'! nanmrks.
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"SCTHER ARREST IS MADE.
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nt, to the Pucrti Rican bill which
>e h.,4 n-,r,,, tt,, by th, R.'publiMani STOLE
*us. Ti, uwnitndent-, wr, incor- (low ,
ted,, ii tih ,'\v bill uud thel ILll in-


.'.-- .d a c ai 11''," rwmasnure. The first
c:.' r ,'!;o1(' a i- m d n i -.tio3n :
.i.i h :h i 1h: italnt- art d. '-rited
.r:/. .. ,of Pu'..t,, Rico, and aw such


DETECTIVE'S


DOGC.


WAA.I 1IN <;IN ( II \T


gro) Ot),witt'ld ((Ian Ofler and


rF -la '.. 1 iia, a a Our Na;:i >n.lI
C apiplal
\V.W A 1 if .,a[re, -'. Fi ind-
,.f t: .i.a ;',,. d P .r-t:,,i lIco ta. tT bill
in ;i -" ---anAto- i xiri'-i" .- i.tir '- confl-


RINW >.l>D, ,a,.. Mar'h -7. Itete-
rtive Prry Phipp-. wh. .. ,- th,: fa-
ions Chlatmnoogit hl, xl" %viin s -, e t*o
Ringpil y,..r.tflay mirinmr hunting


d": ,'- 1: tr-ir ac i lity to x a-- it. IThe A difsr'tch trom aMueru, .-..:<,land, ICo l Clark E. <':ir o. ,ho i- ,,x i il %-.. ,.w ;1 "l t', ill ,r itti,,n ,f rb<,- (m o- ,f the t.-rrih nl tlan huat.rs. It,
,. :t.-t ovr fr- trade or tariffon ilated Manl-vh it26, NyS: Paris, ws Unitd ttr.s minister to 4;;.l Sat-.., -, whrs., in t'. ,old bill .-ms that Phipps had put th,.- dogonert
D ,,n m ,,rk at that tim e.. hI Cll. c ntrlnis th -y w r,,,o c!t d "'.ti n. (oft illth tso hu t 'I I* '',t i f \v v [ a
thl. h--a:1 w -ll t.- trat-ferr-d to t! e "'Thi Basutoland gwov,.rum e.nt is buay this a. U tim., Hfms th r")ti I tA**.i n" t o h un t a ne ry. thief who had ts t.,,,.---,wh.r, rr-,t inmaication-all vllecting native's to o,. .mnploycd at Tiw flowing prviiAi are ubsti th wthrh. The and..o t is -.
poitt to a dfa: of te tarit oe.r- Bhnfnttein un repairing the raids. Nothing Defintte Known. t fr i ri o as met up with th, t hief til. two be-,
ure. M A for, savh27-Th taeml~ rct,1 n miPer, in co from po, rticles t th,, thi,,f augh to, h ,] i f xth,"nt
It ha- b .heln found that th- present Th- uativ-s report that the Fre tators WASHINGTO, Mar'27-The state mptrtrintoPuerto Rwo from portsta E-thfaiht ho of then
force of the treasury department i. on the borders of Bamutoland have re- department has not been advised that )mtsi.ie the Unitd states: about the dog's neck n th two went
Tha.. Il. ld f. erth. p ss ge ..f 6 ab out the d ,og's net 'k and tht. two wet t
in adequate. The force i the office fusod to go to Krloastadt and are stay-.the Danish goverzonment intends to intro- a- hat,,fn nv terihffc.setad noff together.
of the treasurer will be increased iua on thtir farms, an it is now the duce a bill "408in the Daniash pm- hallb,, levied. collected and paid iSENSATIONAL STATEMENT.
materially, as will also that of other plouatingeoum and they are inclined liameunt ir for the mile to the all articles import into Pueto !
divisions connected with refunding to keep their land and submit rather Unitediof the tlands. of St. Croix. frmi norts other than the united State Alien Fuller s.ayv,* iHe Wa Forced, to
op, rations and the issue of circula- than give it up and fight. Negoationlhave been in progre be- which are iuir-d by law todbe tedM ituroler.
tion. Appointments will be made Repn.n tfrom N l show no develop- tween the two gvernwntinm rather win-m arti imtaed into the United M oMa 7 Alln Fller
for ninety days. anuts of imunporta have occurred there definite fashion for some time past, but Sates fromt foreign countries proided ,
Senator Morgan has introduced an up to Mach 23. A dispatch from the have ot yet eched a stage where the that e all coffee in the beenor grTuan d itate that he did not gp) to, the ,scene of
amendment to the Alaska bill, pro- B pr ,wup at Glenooe, dated March 20, lexilati v e nation would seem to be nec- imported into Puerto Rico therhall the Pottle murder with Alfred Red
hiding th at rights and privileges for rays: essar" bet levied and collected a duty of 5 cents alone, but that he was c mpelled by two
ineinded td suleAlat a shallfbet-itain thettar in s tl. ( nr:bemadeotho DeAl PrlCtleally ('on,.luddl. ,per Ipound, any law or pa flaw to the white men, one arrmd with a Wi-chts-
tviide tooei ^ n~a Subjects of Great Britai .h R^ ^ ^ %v~wht force Gont-Jo Boha mutrah nowtstnig an V
and Ru-sia on the -ame terms that.and Merer have bekn joined by their LOSONO, March 27.-A dispatch to 'rthrthatall Spaninhd;erEnce, l ter rifle, and the other a pistoL to) help
th,- count i{-,r rant citizens of the wives. Pretorin, with a piatrl, got be- the Exrhaqg Telegraph company from orary and artiStic works, not sabvereive Rt- l in the crimnl.r h reat
IUnit-d States in their provinces tween an advanoegard ft lanuters and' Paris sa the l tofthe Danish .Atille of public ord,.r in Puerto Ri<..-hall tbe Tuhita m, hen Fll. h ral i
bordering on the Arctic Ocean and the main body March 2). One lancer,to the nitd Stfhas practicaUy been adruitted fir. of duov. Huit, il h i t
B-hring -ea. who refund to snurrender, was .shuot." o hleted.it! lipvel by many, who have always con-
_-_-_- -- A Ladyvsmith s w.ial savs: o YNHN IN MARYAND tnled that Fuller di not kill Mrs. Pot-
Weltiper Davi lReturns. "A Bw'r endeavored tI, trap a MR. COMER'S SUCCESSOR. IN I M RY. tld without -iqalei.
.NV%- YoRK, March 2 -Anmon*, party of the 'ro: .-nthpI-u-;sars March Negrip Taken From Jall and Hnanged In iefenre of General Mlle.
th a gers on the Ailer wict ,; at W hbunk. A hotcha.,rsulted Central Directors Will .Meet at Savvan- nIl eFor A.ttopted As eeaauln-t..
thri edhsornt n e e tran d seval Boers wer, woun ded." na April O. Fr. I At.tMpt.d --ii ar-iTAt, Gt:.. arch 2.-htia .ignt
'd t nortit< twa We r Advir Atoay frof n Cafo pe Town ay: S.VA.N.NA][, arch 7.-April 9 the di- 1v.l:. a n,, ., whaxb l u27.-Lewi D.Har-'co. .uni-ation to Th, aChroni le. Mr.
[ :*Rain. -istant ,-cri-ta, vf thilt- "i'Pitimaregmnemrl throughmt South Sris, a nogri. whiplitSunday ning
t ;rior. He sai there wa. no found Afr and river, which have en dry rtors of theOentral of Georgirailway Cattempt and t aault Mis nni Have- non, a guest at th e H*
Tin to th r port t:at bi, c i--it to tile for yvars an! b6ing flol,.d. Many camprn will moet in Savannah to *elect a tue- hr ir. Tv kes and wit, Judne H. D.
ITwl l u. shlilt. at h frhoiner ionar Belir, waslynched 1). Twgs antiEditir Sidney Iewix of
lHe believeas the Boers will be able Itrmfor dtin ^t Bn i he dwill ceo tol Mr. H. M. COmer, late presi- at an early hour this morning. From tht, siprta I.hmaelite, eonct.rning their
t! continue the struggle for some illnor militate against the Btish ad- dent of thodimpany. This wil be the the time that Harri.4 was dragged from pis cenur of theduct of (kn-
toeolitu t, srggefo omrane. h publi.shll en,-m'e of the v, ,nduct (if Oeu
1:"' .. 'ke ammn.gith'e BRKr prisoners ou reialar qnarterly meeting of the com-hi eill until hewas strong up he was eral Miles toward Pnr sident and Mr.
.It I'ar d A grhe.h. tran.gr w is iucrea.ing. Three p1tny. A I ecial mmmittee ha" been sid to have spoken but one sentence Jefferson Davi. Mr. Cannon contends
.l 1 .Ar aths ,iur.l.d Marvh 24. Tvphoid named to form resolutions onil the death That was '-if I did it men, I was trunk that Guneral Miles simply obeyed orders
<'.MI,'N.. March l --The jury in iloi c'iitms 1(. victims animion ." tlpris.- of Mr. Coiner for presentation to the when I did it." when he put Mr. Davi in inous. and
.1,. c.:-4 olt- r-poirtrs-, H:.y a i and normal the pqpmustio mof %ill qstn dinrctors Mis.s MeIlvain, Harrisa' victim, isalout that his visit to Mr. Davis was oine ofi
:' ,:in.. ch ,rz.d with e,,c.apiracy ilt foar l il .i.ni. The apeulation as to who is to be the 51 r'ars old and lives alone near the condolentce, and not of offense or insult.
all'n tliat Fl S!:,tw hadconff.-.el A n,. ,- in f ,th, hund wa!. ,,Hl at new pre.idcnt of the Central amtintinues rtilvy station. She was all tuo thene
to i... inrd.r of ais anot-r and Purl Mar'h 'i and wa, att.1nd-dd lv and. s, far as can e ascertaine1, no one alsr at ilniht Satday and att.k- hfo(i
-:,ldimo|,lei r. f;aii-l to r-e a.n v er. wnmbs of th a., -idinntiie, in Savann.h apIWUrs t> know exactly by a n"go who was afterward identified Will often cause a horrible Burn,
we- di-charge.i t!:i ,ornn. It pa.st,...d r.olun,. .-rer.tting that hi ul n)n wh >so ,ahmulderv the mantle is to a. Harris. Thel indignationm armustl by Scald. Cut or Bruise. Bucklen' Ar-
( g, wer.-,nt wo nat en u!wtd h,- full. Vie Pr,-,.id-nt John M. Egan of tlhe ertne was nun- intt.nse, because nia Halve, the best in the world.
C...on .Q, ,a.i.,ns. .,th \w and ,dowlaring that any"-t. th0, iwu.,tral. who ha bo-n proninently ,!' the fact that it is the s.l.nd if the will kill the pain and promptly heaL
N V Yo,.1N Marc:, 2,. Cotton i- '. n-it --.-h!ivh h ,os not rt-qx.t tho'ind.-. menti.n-ed .s Mr. ('Con.r's s.ucessor, kind withm a month. Willian Blf.k, it. Cures Old Bores, Fever Hori.
.,,,,t0-d to-day -* f0olw-: \iarh. ..ndrin.. of the republic will l dtri- tat that he has no idea who will be a r being nind in the ti- lcers. Boils, Felons, Corns, all lin
9 ',: April, 0 9. May. 0:.; Jiunm. '.nl t ) th,. Briti.ih inter.-t.-s ,f th elvi-,d t, 1l1 Mr. Conmer's pIition. moro jail awaiting trial for sault on Eruptions. Best Pile cure on earth.
Mr. ei- ; air Mis Jessie Biradford, a yolng wonmaun Only 25 cents a box. Cure guaran-
. : Ju, v. :ol AII.tH-t. 30. 'a. Mr. argrve, the hif a "e that -k finds." He that riding in Albreen. front which place teed. Sold by W A. D Alemberte,
-. ttl, ,. .i.tie-i. another war within six virs taket Hood's Sarsaparilla finds in last night's mob is suid to hav. come. Druist
Tl,, .... -Ir ,---lotl,.. ars..-s ,indn.:: dance waM r sh rante.riz, al t it use pure. rich blood and conse- --
th. A 1m- r ] al Tokhol r<:al tvar asuaI ltnntlon olof thr, Ja ez.A.t q tlently good health. B1.ST OF ALL t hild .t.rn.d to ,Death.
f ;h. n.A m.;.l..' Tl.hni' .urTany to. ""aa n f J Tocleanae the system in a gen le NIAV S 'I.I E.,. S'.. Mart-h 27.--lerth.
.ay ratti. l th. r,.,mn:".ndatin ut the Ge,,nerul White was present and stool ENGLAND MAKES APOLOGY. and truly beneficial manner, when r t.-ar-ld il of Mr Jo h
Irp.- ,,x,.ept >t< own-rship in the L'^a, Town, assuring thm of his s.m- Opena.,fMi.crum'sMall I. Explained and perfect remedy. Syrup of Fi. An-l..r> ,l of this ,h l.e, was a-'t'iontly
t.o-k .,f thle ltilg Dis.t aic iown iany be pathv in ithir enforded lhome-gIin and by aalabury. Buy the genuine. Manufactured by bIrned to death. The, little fellow wa
trat.frrt to th,. An,.ri,-an Teloaraph -le.lared thtr the records of th, siege of NEW YORK, Mar,'h 27.-The state- the California Fig Hyrup Co. onlv. hitting in front of the fir* playiug with
a'i-i T-l-p>h->n-, ,--nipiny.v. They als, lAt(lyvmith are among the br.htest an- ,.ut that Enilawl lhs apologized for and for sale by all druggistst, at 50 a piece of 44 per, which, in sltf way.
rath.-l th. r,,mmndation that two ,als-of rhe nation. the oni of nl Macrum's mail at nt per bottle. caught r ignoring hi lohes.
.r.* ,f he Anri-an Telecranph adl Michael Davitt arrived at Irenzo the nig of ularum's mail at ce
T.lephow .st,.k b: ex,.chaing for twh Marqueoz March 24. Pretoria was made by Re-preseuntative Nek llnrokrn by aiVall. Will Not HIe a Dirre.tur.
share of -t,4-k held lu tith Amrican Bpll A dispatch from that port declares the Berry, one of the Democratic members iNoXVILLEM Marah 27.-Matthew Har- PT 'R. Mrch 27.-Sp liotn *
..I rletIV Br are uing uativ',s to cnrtrnict of th, hos.- fortign committee. Repre- f[ 7.1 1,- to whether or not H. Prick win be is
New,%. ta',n-.p I.I:7". ronch", around Johnne--blurg, adding ,-tt.ive Brry a 4hld at the state de- din was kiled at the Carnegie iron fur- h th n Cr ew
']alit the min.s an, xpi'cted to. shut down part nent to talk over the charges made nace at John*,n City by a falling ele-* director of rthe nw Carn g company
JF, K.VII.i.I.. i'M..NaRh. 27.-4om- ;i. b Mr. MIf-umn, and it wa s during this vator. He wa on the elvator when the ha ben, disposed of by Mr. lFick.
inir- an.r N. H. K,,ll" of the Philadel- A disiatchi from Durban says: iw!,-vi.,w that S,-cretarv Hay made the steel cable hosting it broke. It fell a When asked the the question he replied
plua T'a,'" l.ue. wh, has been in "WillIam Cox, a newspaper worrses- tatment that the attention of England cuniderable distance and his neck was in the lnegativoe.
svv ah Stv.ral davs inquiring what nde whoP ws rel*e from" impris- hai b-t.n ,.lhed to this violation of in- broken by the fall Death ww instant& al hw nOna- h p.
%,an a ,t,.r& ap lin.- wouid have ltnmqtnt at Proetoria, hasarrived here. ternational law and that Ird Salisoury neou,. .lsqudro ffth.
wab the Quaker City. has arrived in Mrr. 'ot saw -retary Ritz and hai made an investigation and then had Yo]KOHAMA. March 27. A Radsi=
J-kionvll- it the -tutt miision. Hi s he evidently wrri t th m an apolwgy to this country. Profor Morrow ad. quadron has arrived at Chemulpo. ft
,.4pre44oIls ,,f this port nid the prope- rn orent s int ronsM at The apolP,-y wasTdiveredhat the state CHAMPAld-iIlls., March 27.-Profetor bed th1NM prsaeP a demad
fq I%.. lu,,t% fthspt n te -the "Transvaal! capital bitterly accuseMr. d -tn.n ~ rd unfore. O. E. Morrow. for many yesim at the in believedi that this prempsaon a dtennndl
nvV buMa to go through it arte sid t ofmeyer, the Afrikander leader, and dpartnt E. Morrow, for manyrcession of land at Manno and ii
6-, favorable to rhe ertablihment of th," Pammier Schreiner with donertinw them. THE OFFICERS WERE DRUNK. head of the department of agricultur ofarousing uneay onomments in Japan.
':', They say they ,xpeT'ted 100.(0i) Cape the Univermity of Illinois, is dead at his
Flor'e F'ight With IHoxers. tlounist to join the republics. (Genmral Serlotns Charger Are Prefe.rred by a home in Paxton, Ill., 60 years. In Strike at Knoxvlloe.
..lobert in apparently mspeotoed of half- Former Chaplain. 18f9 Professor Mor became pident KNoXVILL., March *7.-Two handre&
FoKx... Mar.'h ..-- trox ,ove hearted s a Ctand Mr. CoDx gathered that of th Agricultural Collegeof Oklah(omao. Koi l Wol
rn.I11 i th-ntth i:.usumntig alarliing his life would be in danger at the hands NEW YrK, Ma'h .- Rv. Dr. He reiredw about a year ago on account union employes of the Knoxville Woole
. ,i>.>.-..u- Nw.w< lias t.',u r,.,'.-ived of th, irate bfrgher-s if Pretoria is l.t. Frank M. W .11-,. frm, rly ('1\ aplin of of ill health, mill went on a strike at 10 o clock. Re-


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ROMANCE.


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fasal of the company to rec<,*niae uh
union ii the canue.
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup is unquestlio-
btv Ithi- mo i't r-rniarktblo* r-in* ,leC.41 to)r thl# ii r-of if throat antl Itsr II rti h-
16-. It ha ctir.f- tihoulibudi( a un hoii ta ion
wotnd r- in i litany ca. 't of In lxpisilt con-
tliM pt 11,11.
WOOD WANTED.
Ilidl : re d-ir-d for '2,1 4 1 'ord of
good pine wood.
221nlw PROlI ICE C0.

Furniture at all Prices.
WV re (lllini (lining ro In table
it btrzain prices: al-o a to-.'-.. h.d-
-priii--. |nattinos, kitteh n -;:if,-.;nd
kitchen eabJnet- with brpa'l board.
ch,-t- for tlotir. and draw-r,4 for
Siteh.-n utenijl anrd tablewar-.
('ill and examine them at 0. M.
Pryor' 4Harwain Furniture Houae.

Attend Falk'"4 opening
to-morrow, Thu sdayaand
Friday.
We hevemoved to II S. Pali'ot s'r-f.
We *reapermanentNixtu there. Allwe
want is a small part cf your p troiage.
Call and look t our instrument*. THEY
ARE BEAUTIES.
Jese Frocc P{i & Orman ro.
I I H. Palafox Street.


the Fir-t T.n, s-<.c r.,-irut, has pub-
lished a l .ot r hIr,- a -.a rT'! rihant dnIrunk-
tniiTs.' is prtval,.nt um!en'--th, offi,-.rs
a1d private., ftth, aIn!y in th, Philip-
iw'.a. Dr. Wells :t-, alA-4 ,., that on
tlp'. vovi '- lio :,' m., i imar,'I tht. tra;ipi rt
Iditana ,fiev-r wrr- r'p ar. -iy iit0xi.
.'tr I.:tnn'r "t, vil-l fr nm- to mniin."
A.\," :mirr ...... f.vn fr,,ni the Bap-
trt ministe-"' finiV.'ntii. b, .ru which
Dr. W,-ils Wi \ thi> stt.wmr.nt, i. gning
to Waahin. ',,n to mak<- a protst -,
Ir,....dent MoKinle'y and ask f,,r a rem-
o,!y f.,r the- ,vils co

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We -e permnently fixtures here. not-
ithstanding all reports to *be contrary,
and we ar now at 11 S. Palafox street

rd oI S. Palafox Sreet.
11 S. Palatex street.


New Plant In Operation.
MiIDI.isBo,), Tenr.. March 27.-The
steel plant rAlling mill made its first
",roll," which was very successful. The
plant is now in full blast and the rolling
mill will le operated simultaneously
with the furnaces. The plaut has until
recently been idle fur two or three years.
PRICKLY ASH BIITTRS curpe di;i-
ea..-, of i,- kidney-, clrai ;ns. andl
stre ti:o-n,- the liver. 'tonm.ach ind
b twel. For ale by Hannah Bro,
aA .^-j 4 +,&"A- -_-_


ONE DEAD; OTHER DYING.
Fatal Fighlt Between Brother.-Inu-Law
at F-'ayettervlle.
FxvrunEll-i.Kr. Ga.. Man-rhl 27.-()-;
Saturday aft-,rnoon th,,re ,'*'nrr,,. !'
mi;l'r from thi, t.,wn. a ftig t, th,, r''-
silt .f which i- one, of th, (,.omblata.itt i,
r :1,1 aHnd th0 ,,othr i. ,tyinp.
.' .-A 'M F*' ;.!:,'y ailan W Ni]l:ill }E:, E .! '
a br ,.N i i ov i r
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ti;l;; and w !ll Il'. J-: i ful'nil
Whieelr Inx ited to Auwui-ta.
W\..mi!\,,T,. Mar-iih :7 .n', lt!" i-;, 1 inv er-., t It ", i:n
Augnsta on the niiht 4f A.n 2, Th,
llvtatinq t, o u.ctu t, re f'i from tow
aughte"r, of thfc '*nf^T.'. and i,
f,,r the lwnefit ,f the' Wi:ni, Davis me-.
morial fund. It is pnrlbl,'1 that h1 will
conuent to lecture.


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m:tkes ppjll thin. Tiiy n-,d H.o--
t-tter's Stom.,'acth Bitte'- It o nc-
Thii medicine will enabl,] th.- t,,'-
:>ch to do it-z work prop--rly. I" fil'-
tie halif-.tarved blood v,.-, l- willi
pilre blod. piromnotes ;,i~iinltt,,
A:!d nutrition and :rin c la k t, !:
and -tr-ntzth. It cire< -;t '1:, c
tr:ouble-, liver and kidney di- ...-.
that a Prinate Revenue Stamp
cover? the nt-ck of the bottle.
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We are Sole Azents For
''ay- er & Allmnan's. Chas. M.. N
IvPillt,' and Cleveland Wail '/Pp-i
, .,-. 1 ::- \Val| Paper< lFc .l 'ii ,
.:- : ,-. J. F. It,,. & C "). N ,,. IA
N. 'Palafx. Pho ells.:X2. 24f-tf

Don't Pay $40 and $50
f,, [- SF !'ti M.AC .,n y :;. best make wi'h oil the
it- pi: -:,veinsnts at 0. 3. Pryoi'-
-"r- ri! Furniture Hou-e, f,,r from
., t.. s4. ,- 4tmi'lly ;,s cheap. Call and see
:;t: b.k "tyck.


D.AXILY


NiEWS.


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNE-ODAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 28. 1900.


NO. 46.


RESUOJL ARENEG T FRANCE GREATLY AGITATED.' NEW PU R O


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NO TESTIMONY


AL~enaz-aixs opening
to-morrow. Thyirsday and
Stomaebt fTrouble Friday.


Stomach


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MEDICINE Bitters





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2 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28, 1900.


A Wife Says:

"We have four children. With the first
three I suffered almost unbea-bAk pains from
12 to 14 hours, and had to be placed under
the influence of chloroform. I used three
boodes of Mo#her's Friend before our last
child came, which
is a Str fat ard
bhealy boy, doing
my hosuwork up
to within two hours


cdf rth, and suf-
kcdWbutawfhard hj
pa&M. Thi lini-
mat is the prnd-(
a T r1tmdy ever


Other's

Friend


wlS do for every woman what it did for the
Minnmota mothw who wr ites the above let-
er. Not to use it during pregnancy is a
sasl&a to be paid for in pain and A hiring.
offirr's Friend equips the patient with a
on% body and dear iudilect, which in
m are imparted to the child. It relaxes
the mcies and allows them to expand. It
edives m orna sickness and nervouseu.
t puts all the orans concerned in perfect
emditiuo for the final hour,so that the actual
ber is short and practically painlss. Dan-
gfr of ring or hard breasts altogether
avoided. and recovery as merely a matter of
al ew days.
lnats wUe Mother's Fried for I a bottle.
The Bradfcid Rcgulator Co., Atlanta, Ga.
-emaI for -* !ree .uvTra"ed '* e -.

10o rorm Lam. Trust.
Bmi m nanm.Ala, Msrch26 -Thirty-
wo lim* manufacturing concerns were
pressedtd at a meeting held here for
oe purpose of forming shb Consolidated
L.ime campaay. The company will
mave a capital of P3.000.00. which will
m ditvai4l into common and preferred
stock. It Is intended to c introi almost
*lusauvely the production of the lime
aims througoaut the smooth Speery.
Jome* & Co of Baltimore will finance
tbe mew onnoanv.

Handsome pictures, bric-
a-brac, etc., in endless ar-
raty at rock bottom prices at
Marston 4 Finch's.

WAITEI
I to s ivy l Ii kliu Ilf $mul
hIM Fmruttr, airchudiS, Ic.
UIdnMu Sx 142.


Coffee: Coffee.!
Wl'e call the attention of
the general public to the
faMct /that we hare one of
the best equipped Roasters
in the Souith. and that we
can furnish this deliciots
berera (e am pricc f/thit
defy competition. If'e also
wish to rem in/ you tindt our
Coffees are ah'iays fresh
from the Roa'trsr. I\'hile
others a re old and hare lost
their aroFma, ours i.sfre.sh
and delicio'l('.
.Ver Orleans Grocer*/( Co.,
J.4N. .M'1II YIH,
Phone 10.7 Proprietor


4 'ill SI I r 6%ta&1e (',,[I fit O~'s.
call f11f-t ni Ati lt 1 8 4 -~it c -.:, I 11u j.

Tb. d iii-.ra w.-; 4 of i!I e 'I C (of 14)- l -
vitlIewan Ii u.-. tsr -i t s. lt on-er, ftortlb.
Ttlebh-eo.- i-i-.-.V- t..~r..itr.sa-
en the flitS .71oil j-3-111i.,Ifiitl .-.i~r.t
tw.ew latah- .aidiihnIs *fi- IIt,- d.Il.-. ofuif4,.'.
.rn r..'n .u-I .- t-1 -'ii .n1, 'u-
a ~ur.'ia lott -h-'nte-4 T .m-'. -,.c-e
Pu li* oap riea-tr. 1r*.-: -i t f,11- A _zr.1.uNi-N
cultium. a hItciieii i iiiwt I., Itr.forIthe-
t," and f-oir Att--i'e-i-o, I..3 '-A Nl or iml

I 'e-n l -ll' -L c- I l--it' I allt te
.-gsipw.t-f e -a cI A A -ii I%
iwn L1 einoiI- t- I rho-

V.e-l e1.mibo- e iit 1 .1 -1:.pi -- t-. fiti -
uit e t ie. .01 !1,- 1 e41 *~ i t~
at it *.1.1 1, ,'It In-, o.il it
atill- ini -e I "*$..-. :- -
lo a p


Cral t.uI -I
4,1 rub at.
Clai

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lFraik lili
"amalit.*-it
N Allsbtero
.3ackaili
j4cflceroont
l'flayt-tu-
VAeKe
LAV


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Wh oni-'
W Na?-. 11t xt


Tbh count .*- aIl sti'-et their deleg:es rin
Say anianner a bich may tbe considered be-.t
bt Ihti- IMwo4ple acting thir *Ugh the party o i-
Cot itloan a.. ret-.it-riftel tiy tlie hl-I stal*
oa (lntitson. All deinmo rat' are Invited to
participa', in the. -luct'lOi of d.'{-e-ates
therete tlucluding thl-Oe abto hav* be-omii.
SJUIiSU4 to tote .liice*- tihe. la-t -l-iett Ion.
Techalrnman and secretary of each coun-
Sy qu1renltion hel.l for Iii- purpose of elect-
IaS 4e4l*gal-*s to the state convention are
nrqueoted to, s-nd to Hon. W. A. Rawl-.
rhairman. Tallahasee. IFla.. a written or
prtula cotily otf Itli proceedings of such
countt oi'S,%ent Ion. toetlber with a last of
tWhe* ramm- of the county executive cTnmmitt-
te*-, n wlaecht e~ould be de-lguated the


TO RECOVER INSURANCE.
Interesting Case on Trial In the United
%tates (Court.


LOCAL
andl
CLIMATIC


SVA-N-tj. March 27.-An interesting o-
trial is oin in the Unired States oourt local reonedv or a
hen., the ret I)Dmoner versu.- the Standard Life and CATA U
Ac. i'ident Insuraint.e c.m-pntVy tol Detroit. The Specile is /
TL.is is a suit on a< i accident insurance Eli CrealiB li
pJli,-y held by Jos-ph F. DIoner, as one e in
of the plaiitiff.-, wvhlt diei from the ef- It is quickly Ab-
f('t! of a pistol wo4'lnd in OCilunbus on Corb ive ..nlleand H D
4. N1,s. cleanses the Na COal HEAD
The in.iUraIieC ComptBny declined to Pas-ai.-s. Allays iitAltifination. Heals and
IOlV the ,liey of S5.tI. which he car- Protectrb the Meemrai e. l.etores the
l tphif t,.K .1 ca- Senses of Taste and bniell. No Mercu-
riUd on his life fow two rmuis, the first ry. No Injurious drugt. RIrularSize :Sc.:
il.ing that the note dnue for the premium Family Size, $1.nat lvrnuni-t- or hv mail.
was overdue, having leen parable Nov. EILY BROTHER8.
1. f,.ur dtys b,-fore Mr. Domnmer's death; :P warr-n stre.F-t.New York.
and the second that he haul crimuitted- -_ _---
Rnicide and that the accident pI.licy was, THE ROYAL BOX.
therT-for., void. E OAL O
The ervy Drummer. .Queen Victoria still adheres to a set of


"Look here! I'm getting tired of
this. I've fired you out of here three
times, and still you come back."
"Alih. yes. but I represent a different
rinrm nowr'-Fllegende Blatter.
How's This:
We offer One Hundred Dollars re-
ward for any case of Catarrh that
cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
Cure.
F. J. CHENEY, &,Co.. Toledo, 0.
We. the undersigned. have known
F. J. Cheney, for the last 15 years.
and believe him perfectly honorable
in alL business transactions and
financially able to carry out any ob-
ligations made by their firm.
WEST & TRUAX,
Wholesale Druggists. Toledo. 0.
WALDIN(;. KINNAN & MARVIN.
Wholesale Druggists. Toledo. 0.
Hall's Catarrah Cure is taken in-
ternally, acting directly upon the
blood and mucous surfaces of the
-vstem. Price T6c. per bottle. Sold
by all druggists. Testimonials free.
Hall's family pills are the best.

I will repair your watches and
jewelry in first-class style. J. I.
Stephens.


.f14 int-diiitie tli:it c..-v in a
pr- -uriptioti fill, (d in t Ii i- -or i-
petover N. c vpoll'*. 1t~t r di-u- iten. ala
-j- 1 0.'d i~vor''cv.-r i d ro! meIn pt
a relh- t-o.. Y. u Want tho h.-=t. !.#t

-1t# I'ro-q-ri~lt i.-n Sr'--t 7,.


dietary rules and health prescriptions
given her many years ago by Sir William
Jenner.
The empress of Russia speaks five lan-
guages, and riding, painting, rowing,
sketching, swimming and tennis are
among her recreations.
The kaiser has again been commenting
on the mustache. lie says: "It Is the
privilege of a man and his duty. It is
the emblem of the strength, the superior-
ity. of his sex."
Chevalier Michel de Ia Zarovitsch.
member of the Hungarian nobility and
related to the royal family of Obreovitcb
of Servia, is a member of a Hungarian
orchestra in New York. lie claims kin-
ship with King Milan, to whom he bears
a resemblance.


InEscambia County Circuit Court. First
Udiiill Circuit. late u: luridat.-
Garnishmle'nt.
C. MclKenzio (ertintg. doine
bu-iiess as C'. MeKeriiie
S()erting & Company,
vs.
Wilhelm Wilhelinsen.
The def n-lant. Whlliinm Willhliniin n.
will take notice of the institution of thin
suit and their garnishment of his property in
the hands of Tunison a Loftin. and he aind
all persons interested are hereby required
to ttppear and defend this suit on or b-fore
the frst Monday in April. A. D. I'401t.
WENTWORTH &HILLIN(.ER.
J;Ioaw3m Plaintiff's Attorneys.


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TELEPHONE 261.


was atn ANCIENT who us-ed
to burn wood.
iz for BILLS that l:e paid
when lie could.
was the COAL that hie after-
wards bought.
is the DIRT and DLUST t-:tt it
brought.
is the EVIL tLhe-e tings
brought to pass.
was his FOLLY in n;--: ii-in
ga-.
i- the GAS Geor., ud ill thi-
S t,-Ve.
is the HII I( 4HT of i..,- : ':
brought to hIi- hin.-.
i-; tho INDIAN : Lt.e dt. -ii't
use (;A<.
'anii',t ln-' it, f,>r J tlh,
JACKASS.
is the KITCHEN w. (;AS
is the fuel.
i., the LAU'NDRY. t!., \',r
both of 'emI c-ol.
i- the MONI:Y. -:;v.d i y a
Gas Ranlge.
is for NOWV, tii' bett timle for
a chlalilze.
is the OFFER t:ie C.( n, py
mialkes.
i- the PROFIT", d, ,1't n:;,e a
iiimi-take.
is for QUESTION: i, (1;0iS-
tion at all.
is the RANGE y, v :: ,uhl
buy before Fall.
i- tit- SAVING y',.i :.,:,h-,. If
you do.
i the TI-ME ai:ul Tl)Ijl't.I.E
rav,.d, too).
i- ti-e U'NION o C(.mnfoit
andl thrift.
i- VEXATIO(N, vnw c i: i:
adl ilt:.
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-Importers andea n- A NGES$13 Co t r,


Chinese and Japanese

*=Fancy Goods,=*


Penlsacola Gas Co.,


FINE CHINA TEAS. NO. 3 S. PALAFOX ST.


No. 31 south Palafix Street.


Laundry Offic-


PENSACOLA, FLA


JOHN XcDAVID,


SCURE OUR REAL ESTATE A BOKERAGE
S. CUREYOURSELF CITY PROPERTY, FARMING
S t*fw Aira l faUr. for utI.atr ;,;
di^i. Charge,. in.lanl,~i TIMERLAND.S
io,, 0tatlnrritati,n .r i,. ta,. AND TIMBER LANDS
ta uo t trtieutr of mO u c u niu I.r. ,,
Preia co, < ...B. P.iani.. n-. ,. a:;a- FOR MALE.
S TEVIS C :>L rent or t u .
*-l eCi T ..4 by Draggi ts. AT l l.. f *lIAnb y m......-l. -.--


NEW SHIPBUILDING PLANT.
Risdon Iron Company Will Coustruct
Large Dry Dock.
SAN FRA-;cIs'O. March 27.-The own-
ers of the Risdon Iron works have eprn'-
tically cl,,.,-d a eaul wheriby they hav-.
secur-d c ,ttrdl (of the Fa- itic rllinr.
miUs. and it is s:t thiiqt a n r 4::
capable of reoeiviug the largu-lV.es. I
will be built and the i ,tri hi. .,n ,cni-
pany will eXt p :ld a.- ut'* 1.U );,i).i-ll :i-
structing a 'complete s nll iipuil,n; 1 stai,-
lishnment where at l;.--tr .(iO) nenu vuill
be en111ployel.
The c.;miialny will bi-i forthe enlstru'-
tion of the war v. -e-.l. and other crafl
of the hlrgest -ize.


Moody and the Heretlea.
The Rev. Dr. A. T. Pierson some
years ago wrote a letter to Mr. Moody
strongly opposing the appointment of
Professors Henry Drummond and
George Adam Smith as speakers at
Northlield on the ground that they
were heretics. Mr. Moody replied as
follows:
"My Dear Pierson-I thank you from
my heart for your fidelity to me. May
God bless you for it! 1 am as anxious
as you are to maintain the Integrity of
the word of God, and for any sugges-
tions you have made I thank God and
you."
And then he promptly sent the Invl-
tation to the two alleged heretics.
A CALL


For Democratic Priimaries and Con-


vent ion.
Re.olved. That a convention of t lie iern
ocratic party of Eicanjbia county shall h.
held at 'owelton at 1-i2 clock noon on tht
14th day of April. 1I'" 1. for the purpose o
*ulectilrg twelve 112 por-roi to represent
F-canitbti teounty itt tit- I itl' t Conven.
Ilonl to iiomiinate a caitilid(ate for Congresi
and for tihe purpose tf t-iectl i twelve t 1
persons to represent Etwrambina county itil
the State Convention at such time anc
place- imaBy ble iixt-d by thlie- tate and Con-
.'resioiial LDemiocratic it oilittees and foi
lihe purpose of suel-ting a County Execu.
tive Colnmimttee to hold until their succes-
or- shall b.e--lecttii i 11iI-'2.
h1 e prie-i t' are- anld .hall bhe entitled tr
, the followinn repretnlitaioli at said Coun-
ty Conven t ion
No.1. NIX's 1
No. 2. Kupfrianis
No. 3. M illvi-w I-
No. 4, Fo-rry Pa .... 1'.
No. H iirst' 1
N o ,. l w e ito n :;
No. 7, Pine farrun .. .... I
No. -. 'ralhtree
No.o IlutT 1 f pringn, .
No. I. Ward & Holinitl', 1
No. 11, W walnut Hill .....
No. 1. Pe-nisacola .
1o. .:1. P -u tal.t ;
No. 11, Pensacola ........ 11.
No. .15. V'eiisaeo: |I
No. Ii, 'lnievr ill. .
No. 17, Brel.t- l
No. ls, McNavid 1
No. P'4. Moli ( o i1
Nto "I. Floliatoli Ii..
For the purutoee ofelecting delegate from
t lie s.evral precinct as above b-.t forth anli
for t li' purpost- of nominating two ce lndi-
dateb for tme, House of Representatives, for
lhe purpose of noliinating a candidate for
therlT. a candidate for Clerk of Circuit
Court, it candidate for Tax Collector. a can-
didate for Tax Assessor, a candidat- for
Treasurer, a candidate for County Judge, ai
candidate for tSurerlntendent of Public In-
struction. a ca)nd(idate for County Surve-yor.
a candidate for Clerk of Criminal Court. a
candidate for Justice of Peace and a Con-
stable for second District, a candidate for
.lusttce of Feace for Fifth District. can-
cdidates for three miiemnlber of county School
Board. 1i primary election of the Demo-
cratic voters of Iscanihia county shall be
hiolden between thi, hour of .;ti4 a. m. and
';:4 1). i. on Tuesday. tie i- lth day of April.
l'.o. afnu for the puirpo-e of conductjiiu. 'ai(l
*'i-ctnt l li tfo l.t'ow ting i inspectorss and cierk-
if election : I-,, lh relby ,*v.e-ted( i anll ap-
pointod :
P'r-ciit't No. 1-Cha Andrews, Neil (jag,-.
W. D. i-ll, inspectors; Archie UentonI,
el.-rk.
t'rel, ii-t No. 2-A.' 4I rav,-y. LotiilDanlets.
a.In-". 4 t'r -,y. int.i-ctior-; 1'%. M. Scarrnt.
.;l k.
t'V! iniot No. ::-Frank unirir i P. s.W il-
rI; i .,J !:i! l. l:i -. t ol s : 11. -. t l u ia .
I,. nrii.t No. 4-w I ,n !a W 1.. N4)-
i. P 1'. Uier.zal, z. / !i-.p.-c or': -. A T'':J-
:i. l. erItk.
Pr-. nit NNo. >-G;eo. If. I'aviS., .hlu Hry-
Nt .\ J. I'nln- -rm. t jn.p ,ct-r :; l.u i Fr" tt''r.
l'i. ,' r t Nio -U;t-,,. W u;iiiiin. \W .M. t.-
1 .,v. \V mo. iie iler**'r- I. Ins -ctor- : (). l';..)>'a-
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t : N. 7-1B. A. I.1,'. W E. Tu ke.r.
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N%,. a'd this comt.c tree -all meet at the.-.






it.- (f .he i >oiu ti juo ti cliin tht iii. of
' u1ac,' .--l at r. oi ock p. r..i n the)( ro il:.i a.
SApNo. ~.a -lt I|iich. tin-r artn p e theylr.
Iln Frceiv' returns, t lair 'ot the." Osam'l.
nd *lnnB.unre the r:<" l t of saidh priin.ar'
lecli. land th ii4perat- Ictors above ualiied t
ioll- uhadvr then andt o there til return- of ;s-' 7.
her ballots tXo be usford shall he pvtr I aned on'


f Api. piap.at wricd shaltn andc no di [-v


A



for Infants and Children.
The Kind Yoi: Have Always Bought has bI~r.Ie .
lure of Chas. 11. Fletcher, and iha been irild. utw. -
personal siUperYision for over ;O years. Allo. ,, ,.
to deceive yoiu in this. ('ounterteits, Imitatit:. :. I
"'Justt-as-good" are but Expewriments, and cldla.;.
health of Childreii-lx;wrience against A.xlwrimniit,.

The Kind You Have Always Bought
1Bears the Signature of






In Use For Over 30 Years.
T7 WI r.NTAUo C mUP&*-T ? NUwRNav Ys? SW r OORC.a?




Chase. H. Turner,

ARCHITECT+:

--AND-


General Contractor,


Building. Rltairtiri Mant.l andI (irat S :ti i.; P'i:!,: -
and tin- Fiting.

A Complete Plumbing Department under the
Management of E. B. Morey.
^J rAri-tii D DI)sirn-. EAtimnatet.. Pliin- and Sp cifi., a
ing of All Kind-, Prepared on Short N.tice.
AW \A Lr:ir. anld Carofully ,el-cttI St. k of Fii.-, 1' 1
Tiling of All KinId1-. Bath Tilub, Cl.--t. maid iiti lio.ldl A;,i ,.
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. WELLE.
VICE-PRESIDENT.


JOHN F. PFFIFFYI.
E'A!Hi -
R. M. 11USHNEI1.11
ASST. V(A -VI'


DIRECTORS:
T. E. WFLLE-S. NM. F ISH ER.
-if E- F. Svm'der- (ii
K. J.NVfI WI'iUM IRE. joliV F. PFEfFFE.R,
L. HILTON (iREEIN.


General


Ranking 11Business


Transacted(.


Ve~s~M' ~aw~A ts lHandled on Favorable Ter:i'-.?- I.
r( Mm- itult and Sold, Collc-ct-on,


AC"COs umrs


The Star


SOLICITED.


Laundiy,


THE PI0EER LANIDRIY OF I{ST FLORI


Our Address
I- tlwa y .-ked fr w .
1,'- b-;uty <.f t ,.- i.i'..
her- i- (lisplay.,i ,ni
SHIRTi FRON l'. I <,
AND ( Ci I--
It i ,i r hi ,-t rt, (,:ii iin-:'-
.re tiw .,ys re-i tl,.. ;.t
n,-v*r f\i; t.,: n.,.::. ,"
t I :'.


ALL WORK C. 0. D.
TELEPHONE 114. 87 E. GARDEN Y
g-fj)OD ClALtLED FOR AND DELIVERED FREE.9"<.
WATAK R INGRAHAM, Manager


ESTA RT-ISHEI 1863.


McKENZIE OERTING & CO.,
0 DEA .'ERR T*

Ship Chandlery and General Hardware,
608 AND 605 8. PALAIk'OX STREET.
6-1-- A.em? V-
REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROERLINOGS O- '
GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUBSEL & BON' PLUM
laumr, hirdi, Paint. ilut intiel Iistrunits, cairt, oilers, Itll
OOMPAStES U.L OGImTC.
C. McKenzie Oertin ('Collct*ing Agent for Bar Pilot' i
elation.

BW EN IYYWA!WA~ R~YWOW?


EVEiY nDior


RIX M.


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28, 1900. 8


SPRI


HU


ORS


Complete External and


Not to Be Pressed Dur-ing This
Sessicn.


%0uiflNL l't Ik lORlMI1NNIES4T1.


fIsh l,,i-sdured u. :q...bllfth tinr at
-IT e-i idetelp 1**d iuj..~lo .s
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inxiv flo civ !ia n ill- was a in-iumlit'r of

jeisals. i!. -I; idoleev; ef this VWhitt, House
f-,U jorise- S -i -ob i. Vit'nivii.ht,*omest
to %Va,-lbiug~tuen.lip e,:Ajoye nothing bet-
ter t hnu st s f.ire-gat! her wiithi a number
tof' hl' lsl ziat. 2 .eiand chaff thvism
mup-tin t !e w~my thaiy arill condueotlIn
I hivnt-lke-*s eanti lo I wt*I [iwri in a good
tiat uine.1el %% iflV tile. 1 tt-ilr cfffors!Lq to
tet:i~Iheir lrust htllot s. Reednas
-je-a hi.r itIi-1isll ~.1tob hod1(1 inslf IfIn
-I:.- I sc ml' it :I%-,- f'r- v relax to that
4*iUef %%-:t tan .] 4tirl- t11.t1ttot 1w
if 1tce' 1:-s r.:t !.U i-c. kA f':-i*enei w il
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S -at ar 12-a sr.l;4- righ t kiv ofa I1:4ta ior
she s. Iate.t Weimoe ofieR ihoe Iland eIi-.


iv it far lbe'tilil- as ouit, of the dtri-ssiy
Llt. c-iOf tilie s' -
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~ Ii ~ it-gateee. di..?rhutees. and
..t t er po-rsesusbha' e rmeK ( I-* im-or do.-
a ~ssegoni nt the estitt bt.0 Ih t liar r%
.*s".are re-tjiiitad topjresenL thictitte
..- : 'it tto yearsl.


F.CtiitKoKT .


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ENE RA\Lj INSURANCE
-AN I1-

Real Estate Agents,
PEXN.A' OlA .IF ..
I !.vFaFNT '! 'NTY-two >F THF
1 i.lUn t t" IK, I, : ':. ;AK; NE- .


sweet sagif.
sweet spring is but a little way
Ahead;
The lambs will soon begin to play; -* .
The d ad
Old form of winter soon will lie -.
O'ersprrad
Fly r,-en grass, and the April sky
I iIl StretIh a 2m.e us by and by;
..e darindioin'So face will glow,
T.,- indis wi'l giadkdn as they blow,
At J ( upid's darts will freely fl-y.
T .ie waiting buds wi;l soon begin
To prout;
t'rL blirks %i'l laugh as winding ia n
And out
Tih t tiurry ow:iar to the sea;
Tie -.hoiut
(if !.' I u.o t;!'- tsie .*il will be
IR ,'hc H.d ita<. fr m iill to lea. -.
Ard t!en th. uis.in who golfs once more
cl i I scaff a;d A'.) i I nt his f,- li!:]s horribly!
-Chicago Times-llerald.
Not All In Bringing Up.
Ii.'k---Si t:ira is li y obstrviation goes,
e\, hi;:i,; dplnds uipin training.
--.Nsft 'vr:-Tl'y hiig. 'lThere's that
i. '.;i il" 'i14;-i>i'. lih was taught up-
:i ;: p,,;:!:,:-li hi[> [it school, hut notwith- i
.:'.: isii,.g thl:t he' Iis luritnd out a forger.
-li.--tn, Tl'aiiscriijt.
lmnabnrruaesd the Boss.
"iityv. vhi:it dI, y3ii' think! Iy em-
p'!,. ,'; tihi i-I. I :i-t l:Ireafter get to
'i: I. ta t.it mr, t-inir ; 4) on tilimc."
S''. N '- y' IIw li.l you feel?"
"I : !t :'! rit.'it btut Ihe loohkil ns it
I.- f!'it hrtI iii ily."--Indiai::inuolis Juur-

A Slippery Day.
i :: K. I st nr- sl --- i .1. t

I- n, h ". j

Ar 1 ri :- I; ti
I ,a's I,iu as n is !i Ils r .'s .
-u\-iinngton Star.
rEI4entllal of of od Breedlng.
"S!0,- is ani ',ien vi!l ill bred le.rson.
! i *,: ht if li-r oiilltl; i. -v r- closed."
Youi Hir- iiaistaken. Shlt always yawns
\\i:h hL-r niouth clse'd."-Detroit Jour-


The Eternal Faillre.
She would drive her team of poslt
W ith conumrroate grace and skill:
She could drive a man distracted
With her charms when dreamed to kilU
She could drive a clever bargain
At most any kind of sale,
But she nmoer w successful
Whena be tried to drive a rail.
--Chicao TebUM

S ntIm The KMd YM h i ll A MP o
aDnmtu. y h
of "W"

J. I. Stephens has a larie apsor
ment of Solid Sterling Silver aI
Roger's Knives. Forks and Spot

Convention Call.


Weak



Lungs
When your throat and lungs
are perfectly healthy you
needn't wqy about the
germs of cfumption. They
don't attack healthy people.
It's the weak, debilitated, in-
flamed membranes that are
first affected. Hard coughs
and colds weaken your throat
and lungs and make con-
sumption more easy.
If your lungs art weak
Sbeil's [Einsdm

is the best meWy you can take. It
soothes and heals and gives tone
and strength to these delicate mem -
branes. In this way you car.n prevent
ccny. mption. And you can cure it
also if you haven't had it too long. 9
Kccp taking it until your lungs are z
strong and your weight restored.
At a'l .ru -ists; Srx and .x c).
SCOTr & l;OWN E, Chemists, N-' Yor'. .
At al c~ucsts;;o.and 40A


q-5wwT


FOR SALE-
At a bargain. 76 n:ers (30 unier
felince and cultivation, tihe lh Iance
woodland), 'i, of a inile north of Cor-
dova Park, with 4-roomn houqe., barn
and two stable-. Price ~(0J For
further information, apply to W. R
Dougi:iss on place, or J. E. Puhuis-
son & Bro.. city. 1muilni


P20FESSIONAL GiRDS.

Dr. MTa reelI u5 ITe(Orea ry,

ftysicianCl Ful 02,f~OI
Re-i-IdI-ne.J etIbire gory isret--



DR. Wm. C. DEWBieRRY.


OFFIOE-Hanjah Bros.' Drug Store.


POLITICAL AINOBIICEIEIT
For ItepreasnsaIive.
I hretly sinnounre my--elf a a candidate
ftor iH pr-.. intIat It-'--teiri t ,' untv.
Floridn. ii t lh. l :i.;ittii re. ut,. to tih
democratic priuiar:ei.
C. .Moi J\- ,le,.t .
For IReprrs ltative-
I hi r.eby announce nay- ,f a* a a:tnd.date
fr l pre-entativt ,,,f I ea'ill'tlia I' ou ly it
I theo I..- i-latur,*. .ulbJ- L to the l.tiNmocrattio
Pri uiit i >w!-.
|'J. 1"M P r VoLY S.


Frr ,Phei iff


I h -rehy announc- myself as. candidate
RE8IDENOE-400 E. Jackson Stree ,for th.*ritT of K'cambia County. and r*-
-,pevtfully ask the support of my friend&-
--- ai voters of the county. If elected I will
di'tihatrgeK-theduties ofsaidoflce effnclently.
Win. H. Marean, M. D., ogyWao.H.H vc HIN.

Homleo0athic Pysici2l and rgo, I here,,, none myself candidate
for r--.lal-tion to t be office of sheriff of Es.
Late of Ocala 'la.. ratmia "county. Florita. and solicit thesutf-
Offers his professional services to e cit fres lld ntert of ail my frie.nds.
zens of Pensacola t.o .)KK -"ITiH.


EspeiMl '.totntion given *o the tre-ivmient
of Chrei ii .'1-it.eq and Ii'-e&as 4s, of
W.ome.-,u rd C'hildrTn.
Thirty Y-.,ris r rac!t'ce in the Sc tlil.
OtffL0 H ou i s:-.i at. In. to 12 In., : to 4 p. m.
Kesmdence Phone No. 2 i.
-lrIi-r.lltFur Rluitinirc-Itoim 3


Dr. Wi/mer S. Hall,

DENTAL SURGEON,
Hisonic Temple. Phone 364.



HINBR BRS. *O.,




Palafox Street,
Pensacola, Florida.


DURI~AM Cigars are
I the finest 5 cent smoke In iI 0
. Try them at D'Alem- IIIestio n!
1 berte's.
SWe challenge the world
L O DIR TORY 10 toproduce a remedy equal
L I to the Matchless Mineral

KNIGHTS OFr ryj'rlA. B oWater for the cure of In-


rt-
nd
on


The sixteenth annual meeting of
the Woman's Christian Temperance
Union of Florida, will be hId its
Gainesville, April 3rd, 4th and 5th.
The first session will be at 3 p. m.,
of Tuesday the third.
Miss Belle Kearuny of Flora,
Mi-s., will give the convention ad-
(ress, adding interest to the occa-
Sion. A iLICE C. JIROWN.
SARA J. GLENN. Pre-ident.
Rtcoidinig Sec'y.
EM PI)OYMENT OFFICE.
Ring up 382 or call at the office.
11 North Palafox street, whe-n in
need of a carpenter. B. D. Hoffman,
Rusitiest s Arent tof the (';irrpenter's
tid Joiners' I'nion. will turnish you
with the desired help on short no-
:ice. n25tf

If you are ready to go to
house-keeping, let .Aarston
4- Finish furn ish your house
for you. They will save you
money. Your credit is good
with them.

Five Thousand Rolls
of ~ all Paper in stock, all of the la-
test patternQ, and more cominir.
Prices from So to $1.75 per roll, J. E.
Ross l Co., No. II N. Palafox,
Phone ;k'2. 24f-tf

THE HEINE ACADEMY OF MUSIC,
No. 8 North alaftox Street.
MISS EVELENE M. HEINE, Principal.
MISS IDA PIAGGIO, Assistant.
voice ( culture. Violin and Piano, Leipslg
t'yptemu; also guitar. Banjo and Mandolin.

Best Patent Flour.
Our Best Red 1 Royal
Patent is the best flOur that
can be produced by any
mill.
Forget .e N'ot is one of
,he best Breakfast Foods on
%he market.
.411 made by The 0. E.
Standard .1Mill Co. and for
vale byf J'ew Orleans Gro-
cery Co.
JP e S. P'Hi[lGH.
Phone 10.;. Proprietor.


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H. A. WATERS,

3Ltcher and Green Grocer.
PHONE 172
F r,.!, T-'mf-'ee and Native Meats,
('!ie'kckin- and Country
Produce Daily.
Shop, Rear cf Johls3Dn & Son's Store,
( 1NTENDENCIA STREET.


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Q AITY& FLA E& SER O




SUBSBCRIE
-TO-


TIE AiT I 11W,

Only Ten Cents Per Week.


Pensacola Liod.e, No. 3. K. of P.
meets every Monday even-
Ing at 7:30. at Castle Halt.
in Hlutchinson hall. West
Intendencia street.
Visiting brethren cordially
welcomed.
H. JUDIVINa.
H. HoRRIKz. C. C
K. R.& S.

w. P.w.
Live Oak Camp Vo. 1 Woodman of the
World.
Meets first and third Friday night In
each month. Visiting sovereigns cordi-
ally invited. W. W. WATSON,
8. R. THAMKS. Clerk. C. C.


I WIMRIKY -Y ISCH ED U LE


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 druggists;
aLso W. T. Green Co. 37
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FOR 8TRAM DIVISION SA. SPalaJOX street.
PENSACOLA ILE MRICTERMINA! OR ADDRESS
RAILWAY COMPANY.
Trains leave Pensacola for the Little W I I
Bayou, Palmetto Beach. Warrlngton, Navy WILKINSON
Yard and Fort Marranca st I
6:.'*i m. arrive at Fort Barranosa 7:15a.m
M.co) a. m. arrive at Fort Barrancas lo.45a.m Greenville. Ala..
1 .%i p. m. arrive at Fort Barranes 1:6 p ----
8:30 p. m. arriveat Fort Harrancas 4:15 p m Testimonial Ie'roin Judge Gaston.
6:l15p. m. arriveat Fort Barraneas 7:10on m
.*:I, P'm. arrive at Fort Barrancas 8:45 p.m UIItZNVI.LLF, Ala.. Aug. I0. INW.
Trains leave Fort Barranoas for Pensa- I take great pleasure in certifying to the
cola at purity tind the merit of Wilkinson's Match-
7:*)a. m. arriveat Pensacola...... :15ea.n le. Mimne-ral Water. This natural mineral
11:00 p. m. arrive at Pensacola.........11:-5 p.m toni,, to my personal knowledge, is taken
-:i0 p. m. arrive at Pensacola-......... ':41' p.m from a well thri-e miles east of Greenville.
5.00t p ru arrive at Pensacola .. 7:45 p mn in the exact condition in which it is sold. I
7:01) p. m. arrive at Pensttola.........7 :45 p. m have Peen this water used. with wonderful
03:46 p. m. arrive at Pensacola......... 1' p. m success, for d%pepsla. indigestion, sore
*tma'urdays only. eyes and for eruptive diseases, sores and
In effect Liec. 1st, 1S99. ulcers on man and animals. As a remedy
for these troubles, I do not believe its
aSrDAY OCEDVUDE. equal exists. It is highly recommended by
Leave Pensacola. Lv Fort Barraness. physicians for a number of diseases.
9 a.m. 10 I.m ZI.L GASTON,
11a.m. uI m. Judge of Probate Court, Butler County.
I p.m. p.m. Alabama.
Ip. m 3 p. .
Ip.m pm.B I
4p.m. *&6p.m.
1p.m. 1p.m. -I


fARi FOR WilK DAYS.
Pensacola to Fort Barrancasand return iek
Peneacola to Navy Yard and return-...... Me
Pensaoola to Palmetto Beach and retarna le

enasacoia to 3rt Barranoas Navy
I ard and return ..
Pensaeola to Palmetto Beah and
No frehbt received after :lB p. nm.


Acme Beer.


THE BEST BEER SOLD IN
PENSACOLA.

Dannheisser Bros.,

AGENTS.

Alsa Soll by ., Perry ad WVll TYtes.

The Jug Trade

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


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stms. 16r Pa.515ulam en. Tmsiemai
"a ed ta Laor ..." (a,- in We..by 5
tulreNallmi. 510.40TOux"D ?.e~. el.4.1it by
ml' bv~geee ('ilah*Store, Chemal (a.,
16fis fias Pape, pi-tMadison Na..... PIKILA.. PA.


For Sheriff.
I hier-by announce my-elf a candidate for
sherifT of Escambia county at the ensuing
electioll. J. C. VAN PIKLT.
Fear Clerk of the Circuit Court.
1 h.-reby announce myself as a candidate
for r--.lection as clerk of the circuit course
of E'.M-inMit county iat the ensuing election
aud a.t- the support of the voters
A. M. McMILLA.A.
For Circuit 'Clerk.
I -*ilnioi sr ti can'lidne'y for Clerk tf the
C'ir>' it Curt of .'- t.iii'ul. so'ility. subijeCet
to ftr I <>lii Ilithi tiiiim li-iu i vOr~atic
lIlllfiltl I',.. E. L. 1.. IA Itm LL.
Fowr 'trruit CI -rk.
'To' t hei' voterss of E tiisillii i o!iYv;
I It. r.aIy pnntiouin'e nv-lif a nt,'didlst* for
the ioli., of cleik of the circuit court of
.V niniili t county andl -.ill be ple-asedi to
hlitie their iupprt of miy friend. and Ithe
votelr'- -neranlly. .IuIIN I. I.A 'KUA.
Fior Tax C I hereby apanounce myself as a candidate
for re-election n4 Tax Collector of Ecam-
lia county, and ask the s-upport of my
friends and voters gentrallv.
A. H. I'ALIM IRRxT.
Fe r Tax CseIlecuor.
The many friends of Judge f. B. Honifay
having obhtained his consent hereby an-
iounce him as a candidate for Tax Colleetor
of Eseambia county at the ensuing election.
MANY %r VOTB
For Tax A-aeor.
I hereby announce myself as a candidai
for Tax Assestor of Ercambla county, mal-
Joect to the action of the Democratle prima-
ries. If elected I expert to meet the appro-
bation of the tax payers and will do my
duty In very detail s I did when I lel*
the olce before.
Giso. Rises.
For Tax Auaeasor.
The candidacy of William W. Ricbards I*
hereby onnouneed for re-e-lection as tax s-
seisor for Escamhla county, subject to tahe
nation of the democratic primaries.
Feor County Trealsurer.
I arnounce myself as a candidate for
the olnce of County Treasurer. subject to
thenction of tbe enmocratio primary, ad
ask the support of my friends.
WILLIAM E. ANt aRsoVN.
For County Treasurer.
I hereby announce myself an a candidate
for ronoinination as tr.eanurer o(f C'.ambki
county. subject to a decision at the enI-UlIDt
democratic primary election. and respeet-
fully solicit the support of the voters of the
county, pledging myself for the future them
same faithful performance of duty that I
bhave endevored to fulfill durinK my past
te-nure of the office. J. W. VFAT1m1.
For Juet ee of she Peace.
I hereby announce my candidacy for re-
election to the office of Justice of the Peace
for the Second District. subject to the ac-
tion of the nominating pirmanrieo.
BOYKIN Jo0, 21.
For Junake of she Peace,
At the suggestion of numerous friends. I
hereby announce my cand!tdacy for Justice
(if the Peacet-f o cond district. subject, to
tho action of the noilnatilnr primaries.
JAMER it. LANDKICrM.
For school fuperilnendent.
I am a candidate for county superinton-
dont of puhte instruction. subject to the
dlem'orati" primiarien. I respectfully so-
licit the sufTrage of the E.scanibia county
voters for the above-named position.
JAEnR l TATE.
li'or ttlit) I Superintensient.
To the Voters of Escambhia county:
I hereby announce myself a candidate for
14upertntendentof Public Instruction loi
Eecambla county and ask the suppartof asy
friends and voters generally.
C. J.BRLL.
For maperltnendent *-ft public In.
strict Ion.
To the Voters of Escambla County: I
bereby announce myself a candidate for re-
election to t office of county superinten-
dent of public instruction and will be
pleased to have the support of my friende
and voters generally at the coming demo-
cratic primary election. N. It. CooK.
For Member school Hoard.
By the request of friends I hereby an-
nounee my candidacy for member of Es-
cambia County school Board for Northern
(Thirdi diltrlct. subject to the action of
the democratic primary.
A.'. BRRWTo!v.JR.
For Member Schooml loard.
Yielding to the urgent request of friend.
I have decided to a&ain become a candidate
for mni moerof the school board of F.scambti,
county. =ubject to toe action of the dm.o-
cratle primaries. X. WAKD.
For r P The friends of MR. J. It. STUWA I, of Wal-
nut Hill. having s-'uresl his conseot,
h*ereby announce bhis candidacy for mewm-
her of the Escambta County ehooil Hoaul
fur the northern district, subject to the se*-
Lion of the democratic priniaries.


McMillan Bros. Co.

14 'Coppersmiths,


f General Metal Workers.

4 *Matfzt:rers of and Hadquarts for the


Celebrated McMillan Seamless Turpentine Still.

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H. H.WICKE.


guaranteed.

DanlhelsseTBros., Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter


401 South
Phone No. 116.


Palafox St..
P. 0. Box .S1.


Railroad Exchange, Phone 26t.


No. I South Palasfo Street.
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28, 1900.


THE DAILY NJ w9:
smett.. at Ithe rt Office at renescola,
Pa..- eseoomd-class matter.
Orwytwv: Pitt tuilding,."ll11, south Palo-
Se Lret. up-ttairs.
Pl"BLislHEDI BY
THE NEWS PUBLISHING 00.

Terms-invriaably in Advance.
e Year by Mail $.) (v
ba& kuuha ib :; i i
ThreeMonthb e 1 'I
I*.*moath "h "
o0e Week. by Carri.-r. payable Monday I",


Pfblitbed vrry Friday at $1.,' per year
Postage free.
TELEPHONE NO. 118.

Adlwrtising oReWt Furnishfd on Applicaoion.





Thbe paper Is on e with the
AMUim aUVERTIIN CO.,
admstt mIe**Ic. St. Pault. Minn.. where
lcri .adTvertsers and other may
mamle t and where e-,matee will be civen
pMspn r egNa tAL ADVERTIGIN&G

PEI8A00LA. MARCH. 28. 1900.

PRIC ICT IDEs ,EATF9.
The Mayv .Vernocratir Clubh,,f P.en.ac'al
ba endor.'-d ltb following ticket for d,';-
-gatt-t. lrn tlbt- city precinCtib t, the 1ll-in-
oroalir county i convention to l.c held ati
ruwelton. Apill 14 and ask that they tU.
aiven a b-arlt' -upport by tie vot*-ri:.
I'rT-ctC. 12. -i. 11. 4;1 I. i '". 'ill t ld s -
tLan. Win. l azz'lI, .1I I Axwell. aid I. F.
w" rig zton.
prJo-a ec, I.-W. A. .lunt. Tb'"*. Hannah.
J nlo ll 4 t h r;, 1.1 t,- ., l % '. .


rrr-rc nct .-. l 'u na-i. J. I n .
W 'nM. ~t.-t. J .'. Abj rt'iIll'i4 id \V A.
l uu tllati.
We cannot und.-r-tand. ow niv pIa).'r
calnutg it.-elf dt-nlcrat ic- ctn di.lt-d tlie
lrop lt- lotn llthat th- cot-tItlUtltiol l4f tlhe
l'nated statl's is not effective in 1'orto Kico.
-MNobie HI-eraid.
The New Orleans Picayune does
it; but then-onithe subject of pro-
tective tarilT-it is a lontr ways from
being democratic.
THE fact that Mr. C. P. Hunting-
ton, one of the chief opponents of
the Nicaragua canal. has entered the
Alabama campaign against Senator
Morgan,becau-eof theisenator' long
and ardent advocacy of that great
work, will opt rate "by contratrie-."
and do much to insure his nomina-
tion and election to succeed himself.
THia proflt- made in Florida every year
by dealer! in canniil fruits, vegetables. lih.
etc.. would Ie more than buflTcient to erect
a first-class canning factory in each county
in the state.and tie profits would begin at
the other -nd of the route, and our fruit
aud truck gro,.ort -ould grow rich. As it
a now. thousands of dollars are cent from
the state to buy these articles,. hnltel- uifli-
(lent material rots in our titlds to build up
a tremendoutp blitiii-ts.-Perry Herald.
Doe unot the truth of this brief
tatt-tnent appeal to every individ-
ual who desires the advancement of
hiue town. his county. and the state.
as the natural and inevitable re-ult
of judiciously utilizing thl-ir exi-t-
ing resourcet-.


A IPoultry Trust.
Armour & Co'. and Swift & Co..
twoof the large-t manufactur-ers of
animal food products in thle country.
are said to be contemiiplatin;g th,,- or-
ganizatiotn of a combination to con-
trol the entire- poultry pI'liduct ount-
pat of thue I iteald State--if the' caIn.
While thi-i- :a -triking illu-tration
tf the natur.,l t-nd#dney ,of the-ir
claw to b.- readyI fr ;ai al n lavt iett
that proumi-,- to put dollars ain their
pocket- at t:i- xpeni--se of thl'' vastt
atrnvy of clti,-illa-rs if whinchl oir
population i- to-. lar:,ely (',inposed,i
at Suggest tht exisienc" of condi-
tions which (\,n ithi. Sr.ift- ai; the Arinuras will litat th lt-mselve-
imrwerle--- to eV+ I Ce*ol)-.
There *-xi-t- ii, -: tidt feo it
produce: t!,..t i o ea-y to, letohix -..
,,r that % itIll- l .i r azti iin-I c- pof-
itable r,-t r ; :- : th,. ::;;'t'
cf Il at +'.". I .:.:.'- a :i >t r ; e ifU -
Ve-t.d ,. t'. I:I *I't" -ul I ', I: l 'iI
poultry f.armtai.. :, v r- ;.i -t tt;at
a uL fauna.1y. i.' .- t...:tt. a- ; ;. \\,!,!,
arX cely a .i :1 t : -t: : c-::
provid it-.-l w i :il. .>! i;4t -l .',-
ply a tu f ,- I '", ..,,:; ;. c a-

:lhroug'.eal: 1t1:. '., !i--- ;a :-. t, tlh,.
ipla -Ul t 1!- a : 1-: o a :1 .- -
S profit i :- a A -- : : .t. :: to
the reti:tll; fir, i .- -'t a i1 far- ii1:-.
No % C)t'I Ii ,ii '.: a-,i',try : 1 -ei nt-
m ore fa.v. ..i -o !,ditiqion- i ; r I.,
cond c" o,,f -u 't .---. :'. : n 1 'ro!i;;tab .-

ti ll etold.'I ;a- tla.t: C 14-(*tll-;ia '-- I-
not more lar.- ly f'llowe. I :.t- a
itrallge f.a': tl tt dti tiiii ianL ch winter
poultry i- -hilpP" to t ,(;eor-ia and
Florida from: T'elnte-.-ee at.d the
states farther wi-t. in ti rmious.
quantities. The- sament i- true of
e.gs. The people of these two
statee could, if they would, not
only supply the entire demand
for thee products within their own
territory, all the year around, but
could also produce a surplus for
shipment to the larger cities of the
Soath. which now bring their sup-
plies from the state ,of the Wes-..
These facts ave been reiterated
ani and again throughout the en-


extraordinary indifference of the
people t. this industry is that the
prices of poultry products, even in
the midst of a territory so favorably
adapted to their production, are
sometimes far beyond the reach of
the close liver, and mu-t be regarded
as luxuries, when in fact they should
be both plentiful and cheap. while
at the fame time yielding good re-
turns to the producer.
A WIDE-SPREAD sentiment pre-
vails among the people of Pensacola
highly commendatory of the strong
ground taken, from the beginning of
his administration of the affairs of
the Pensacola navy yard, by its dis-
tinguished commandant. Captain W.
W. Reisinger, looking toward the
complete rehabilitation of the insti-
tution, and its merited replacement
in ;he front rank among the naval
st ttions of the nation. Pens:icolians
of all classes will cordially co-oper-
ate with him, with all the powers at
their command, in the accomplish-
ment of that great purpose.


Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup isthe best medi-
cine for sore throat, laryngitis, quinfsy or
tonsllltis. Every drop of it soothes and
heals. A twenty-fire cent bottle of tni
wonderful remedy will cure a cough or.cold
in one day.
INFORMAL INSPECTION.
G(en. Brooke Viilts Pensac *la -'ortill-
cauions and I)elenbes.
Major General John R. Brooke. 1'.
S. A., accompanied by his aide.
Captain Jas. T. Dean, and Captain
C. A. F. Flagler. U. S E., arrived in
hlie city ye-sterday evening a.nd took
roons at the Merchants hotel. AA.
were in citizen's dress, and the pur-
pose of their vi-it, as stat<-d to a
NE w representative by Capt. IDean
in a brief interview this morning, is
to simply visit informally the naval
stationn and the fortificationii- and de-
fenses et Pensacola.
(en. Brooke, whom, it is under-
stood, will shortly succeed Gen.
Merritt in command of the Depart-
ment of the East. with headiquar-
ters at Governor's island, N. Y., is
here simply to familiarize himself
with the local situation, and not for
purposes of official inspection. His
visit may justly be regarded as of
unusual significance to the interests
of the port and the city, since the
knowledge gained by a personal
view is certain to affect the attitude
of the military authorities of the
government towards tlits section of
the territory soon to be under his
jurisdiction.
The distingtushed vi1i-t,,rs 1 ft the
city at an early hour for F'ort Bar-
ranc s. where they will becoeii-l the
guests for the day of Major Calef.
the commanding officer. anid will
vasit the navy yard, Fort Picekens
and other fortified points at the
mouth of the harbor. They will
leave f,.'r t. Augustine o: t'e 7
o'clock t.*ain to-mor, w mior.Ji 'g.
('Cpt. Dean very courttou-ly re-
p ietted i:tht the brief stay o(f Gen
Hrooke iand himself would prevent
them from -eeing as m11uc1 of the
city anmd p-ople of Pen-acola a-; they
d--ired, and hoped that it liii:ht ihe
thlir good f-irtune to do -o nplii tie:
)ccauiotn of sone future vi-it.


Wh ri-ca (n y-ul invo-'t on)iiey iimort-
profiaht.iy tha.n lvy ltly a .1b ) :1: !I1
PR .Kil.v ASIt lITrrEll-. yIt e-t
fo': for one. A kidun-y inid i' -i,
a liver tonic. stomiii:tc. -tren' t;-tr, i-
and bowel cleaner. Fo;r indiicines
fer oi(. dollar. Sod I;' i:Hnnah

A SlSPICIO('lS Fill E.
C'ira-uni.t.ancePs 'irs in i Toiv.ardtl In.-
'etie!diarsrit i.
At :2e, l:at lnii.ht an alari wa-v
-ounded frein box 17. and the li:e
department asscilibled at the resi-
dence of Mr. Jeff. B. Howell, ,,n
West Government street near Coyle.
A neighbor who had di-c.-vered the
fire had broken into the huime and
dragged out at burning mattru -. and
b.-d Clothinig into th- yard. where
thie were, extinguis!.,< d. No o.ne
wAi, in the hnuillinz. th ,ectup a.-n-
h-tvili gi one oufit to spenlt the e'-ei-l-
il,-t. le.avinL th-e he o -e lickel up.
T;In- c:1ti-e of the fire w.t t ; iiaited
l.aiitp fot l near or uaiitrt!:ta hd.
w l.i,.i r '- fo un d bu lt;rti:;-. 'i'l,, in-
! ill.t i.a .i i l L lll l t', t i'i <+ l'alt r H -
IftI t i i t. i f. l I.t i x ii ', iia.-e'lif
if t: '-oittlitlell ;a ;-r t!ak i:'- Rit i *a- -
tli: t ;i-l;i > ti li> k l i % f ; : ;. :1-.-
.tTi:t : tAndl W elit I i p' :,.l t!:, ;.i.'
A ai t i'.',' r-l: 1. in :; r -,. :n
W I -,e Ilaa t ide- ;i t,.l t;d l -: la !I+ "1-i-
A. t- a :'i. t e he' I ll lit-o :. I.'-
i! t'i1 l lI I, Xt: IV t i l-h el ;In i w, lii .

'lt hi'-t ,- h.-I e I- to : r. .J.,!
if-'.. nl I: .I Ii t.-t 'i ... I -. '
.ill e ti 'ga1t; ti-t T i<- '- i--
;.. i --'-:. i.r;: a tai(d : : I. .*w .
aiaze* d iL i : iav:1-t 1t i i i .


Nrvou;) w#;a krn -- I r )i ,,lpi: ,ti,:
of th- h ir art utmiic.at- ili-orI-r <;
* .: fi- 1 -;.'l; a ls i tlici.- ti ,:,. i tl; i
i 4 I : r. l -. I (' i ; ; : .
Ai-di- ;-i al r' 1.1on 's ; : t' -- .i
tlh- t;;ea t --ym etot I- ati',dl I I il.l- u: ,
-tromu-. an1i v r o H:iaun:ih Bro-.
Hl-annali Brrs'. are ag-eint-t for Dc-
Wees' Cough Cure. Diarrho.t I-imi-
edy and Witch iaz-1l S:itve. They
guarantee all three of these prepara-
tions and will cheei fully refund the
money to any onte who u.-es them
without being benefited. Price 25
cents each.

No Grp* Pain
Or discomfort, no irritation of the in-
testmines- but gentle, prompt, thorough
healthful cleansing, when you take
AI....-- mJPFmI A ,.


THB WARSHIP& MUblCALE
ListofOfflee f( of he New York, ?Iexas Benefit Public ticlna.l Library. Citn.
ad Machiasa. ter'. Hall. March 29, o100o. 8 n. it,
Interest in the arrival here to- opening election Heine orch.--itr
morrow of Admiral Farqnhar and ol-'-rhe Garden of lrcepw" Del.ara
Mi-! Beatrice ihit.
staff, on the flagship New York. c.a;- Pilanool0o.v 'iie )o. r.-2 (.. Cpin
on Miss Covington.
voved by the battleship Texaa and Rtadinr--"Mot.-', Water,".'


it ki%-(r%. h ard t) te-tid l idlv by and
-;fp OM' dear~I o)itu?stil-r whiit. await-
iw_,th-. an ival of the- doctm-r. An
A-ilb~any tN. 1'.)dairyinan e called at a
(tlii..t-toiara-tluet fr' a delee1r itonColp
X~i! crimp1. Not fivin '-- z!. he i.etit
in, he4 lt.P w,:raI faj ait- him C' Ii'' at
'inve 'enhi'- malrn.Ia. le- !-
I '.I ied '. ivicha 11f.holid W.-uld .l.
i; iv!. I~i a few lxiitr- h-ii' lmtii 11.d
- 1YI!a1t- t!!.-doctor C.#- I-d 1-1(ltl. :a-
th,- childI W:1.; in htI t ie, li
'1tl',zi-t. Mr. Otto sc!t".:. ..av-Ja I!11
v 1 1 A; :- I I I 4 i i W I I-
4 rilh' rh leisa C ('utzI I I .J I

.1t tI t 1 11 ~ i~it F4.l2or -a

-v o Fal's- tain
to-morrow, Thursday a-.,2(
Frid -.y.


II CONTAIN


MINT TONIC


Violin ~ o.A~from Caapuieui B.'1111
a, R aiFtr: )11. iswet-.and fHuh'


gunboat Machias, is general and act-
ive preparations are being made in
social circles to give the gallant na-
val officers a hospitable reception.
Through the courtesy of Com-
mandant Reisinger THE NEWs is
enabled to give herewith a complete
roster of the officers of these vessels.
which will be found of value in
sending out invitations to social
functions. The list follows:
List of Officers on Board "'New York."
Captain Albert S. Snow, com-
manding.
Lieutenant-Commander Warner
B. Bayley (fleet engineer.)
Lieutenant-Commander Joseph B.
Murdock.
Lieutenant-Commander Charles
C. Rogers.
Lieutenant Augustus C. Almy.
Lieutenant Archibald H. Davis.
Lieutenant Edward L. Beach.
Lieutenant (junior grade) Gregory
C. Davison.
Lieutenant Edward S. Kellogg.
Naval Cadet U. S. Macy.
Naval Cadet C. A. Abele.
Naval Cadet W. C. Briggs.
Naval Cadet J. Halligan.
Medical Inspector Paul Fitzsimons
(fleet).
Passed Assistant Surgeon Edward
S. Bogert, Jr.
Assistant Surgeon Will M. Garton.
Pay Inspector Joseph Foster
(fleet 4.
l'iiaplain Carroll Q. Wrivtht.
Major of Marines lB-njamin R
Russell f(tt-et i.
First Lieutenant of Marines Chas.
H. Lyman.
Boatswain Phillip Mullen.
Gunner George P. Brady.
Carpenter James I. Haley.
Acting, Warrant Machinist At-
phonse Gay.
Acting Warrant Machinist Thomas
O'Donnell.
Acting Warrant Machinist John
Dexte-r.
Acting Warrant Machinist Joseph
J. Duffy.
List of Officers on Board the "Texas."
Captain W. C. Gibson, U. S. N..
commanding.
Lieutenant-Commander L. L. Reu-
my.
Lieutenant-Commander John IR.
Edwards.
Lieutenant-Commander Washing-
ton I. Chambers.
Lieutenant Frederic C. Bowers.
Lieutenant George It. Salisbury.
Lieutenant Harry Phelps.
Lieutenant Henry K. Benham.
Lieutenant John R. Edie.
Lieutenant Hutch I. Cone.
Lieutenant L*land F. Jamea.
Ensign Frederic R. Holman.
Surgeon Clement Biddle.
Passed Assistant Surgeon Freder-
ickW. Olcott.
Paymaster John S. Carpenter.
Captain of Marines Theodore P.
Kane.
Boatswain Andrew Anderson.
Acting Gunner James C. 1McDer-
mott.
Carpenter Alfred R. Mackiv.
Acting Warrant M3achini-t Henry
Smith.
Acting Warrant Machihi-t Charles
H. Casey.
Acting Warrant Machinisit Charl'e
G. Nel-on.
Acting Warrant Michini t Martiin
MI. Scihr-iber.
l.itet f ('vli<.erson Biardl M.lachias.
('cnllm ander L :avitt C. IJt.:t:i. I
S. N. com0inuanding.
Lieutenant-Commia ider alltiniltn)u
I utehins..
Li- ut-enant Albl-rt W. G(ra.I:t.
Lieutt natit (junlioir grad. H. S.
l itttr.
Iieutelnait Charlh- WV. Dl)y :.
Lietutenant Arthur L. WV-ll,',d.
Lieutenant juniorr grade, i Martin
E. Trench.
Lieutenant (junior griadet Frank
Iy-on.
Eiusisn Rlhatnd I Cuitrin.
Paiss'd A- t-itIt it urg, ln iteo-
,ore WV. Richards.
A--sI-tant P'aynmaster C i:ar.. I.
O'Leaury.


Photographic
204.)4 South Palafo
ws i-t s l1"il-ts in <>unar


&ZGRANDIZ@


MIHS. L. COHEN'S


Quality.

N .x cr xpe-rimei nt with -a) i npi orta.;t
an article ai

CANDY.

It i- tl .- H i-.rh ( ia li:v ef AI I'N'S
:';.i1;(1f1i t l 1t l::;- ,-4t:;b lis l, (l I! -:
.ri-.-a t i-IU.t:iti en.
Ni A lILTrA'nTI(N.
A-k r'1ir di 'al. fr candyy i l;::il. I v

Allen Candy Mfg Co.,
l'lN-: \c<. l.\ .\.




CRAM3
SPEii 0 6L,1N1NG
TfY F rT.l lT


MILLINERY

BOWER-A -USE'S
BOWERS & 5U3E'S


Ev, rvbo'dy needs a tonic tnese Wednesday. March 28th,
Lizy spring days to drive Pawav that a td fi',ntinu'r;, allI
S t" t he We-t-;
tired feeling. Mountain Mint Tonic
does this. It invigorates and puri- .. Or iI t ,he, '-, s '
files the blood. It cures the worst *' -r
cases of indigestion. It cures per- -..> 0u ar- tCordl. Invite
manently all stomach troubles. It -
makes the sick well; the weak )', ',
strong; and it gives one who is all *-i-:-'- a '- 4'-'
run down a new lease on life and a
healthy appetite. Mountain Mint.J
Tonic has been tried by hundreds of -
people in Pensacola, everyone of
whom heartily recommends it as the MISS R NEWELL,
best tonic they ever used. It does
more than we claim for it. One dol- DRESSM AKER
lar per bottle, six bottles for five dol- xJ[ l OOLUuL lJL
lar._ Trv it. It is made in Pnsaa.


William o on & o.


SHOES,


CLOTHING


-. vr ,,,.e-et m ".. ue n rur.llDlm g u0oous uepai
Piano Solo--"Venetian otundol-r'"
iss Bssiiassett. rog ann
Solo--Velecte d ... .Miss Cawthon
Musical I- citation-*-An ol0l sweetlieart SPECIAL-66 Pairs Ladl,,. ()xford Tie. size, 1 to .: -. w..:
of MItie.' Miss Olga White $2 23 to $3.W...........................................
solo--elected Mrs. J.C..l'ehley -
Violin *utligato............. .Miss Heine
Pianoolio-.-God be Lov." -. arl .iq; e 60 Pairs Ladies' Hutton Shoe'. s:zs I to t ..............
Misk Anna Ropasco.
Recitation-"Tlie Battlestilp Maine" ... Thetf-" (Li' 'in, A'id i /f ,, s ,r. h .'/',,hA f .I. .*
..... ............... ..... Miss M ami e Htarr
olo--"or Thi" ............de Kovn Elegant Line of Misses' and Children's Strap Slipper. a:.
Miss Stella White.
-election ........ .. ....eine Orchestra Celebrated Merriam Make. Black. Tan. Red and I'aill '.
S...... .- I'p to Date Styles.
What a Wonderful Discovery is
PAIN-KILLER! It not only cures Ladies' House Slippers at....................,i. .', $1.,$ :1,.
the ills of the human family, but is AW SEE OU-R SHOW WINDOW FOR MEN'S s~;i
also the sure remedy for horses with
colic. It has never been known to To Arrive Next Week, New Line Boys' and Youth'- s;!
fail in a cure of the worst cases; Burley Stevens' Make. Nobby. 'p)to Dat. DI)ur-
and for sprains, galls, etc it never
fails-try it once. Directions ac Biggest and Best Selected Line of M
company each bottle. Sold by drug-
Lrists generally. Avoid substitutes, BOys' Shirts in the City.
there is but one Pain-Killer, Perry
Davi-'. Price 25c. and ."ie. VWe are now in a Position to Offer the Public (Great \ .


We will launder your spreads for
15 cents each and make them lojk
like new. Star Laurdry.

Ittend( Falk's open in to-
mnorrow, Thursda!y and Fri-
day.

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


rtment


I'

I a. n
- a

[en's and


Youths' and Boys' Clothing. having in Stock Over 1
Fits to Select from.
Men's Pants in Endless Variety from.................. .
Our Line of Neckwear Comprises Every Style Ktown .
('= Corless, Coon & Co.' Collar4 itiill ('ifi.







Buggies! Buggies!o Bge!.
Buggffies! Buggies! Bu. ies!


Any and Every Style!


SOL CAHN & GO'S.


)ONI'LESS CODFIS).4 H. SHREDDI)D'l) ('OIF I-
SMO()KE)D lHA I. T.
C(IOMAIt'Y V I,()LATERS. Hl(ILANDI HI-ll:I\,
sl<)C!" H Il.


('ANNEI' Tl N \N Fl-!I.


`AIII''s -~eN~se Ifll r,


l'11'l'ERED 1'HERB! Nt;. NCHOV'IF.-;I N


() 1.1 VE-j-;--FA 1: 1 ',


"BUY THE BEST."


-c 4 I---.v -~ : a ''~ 'cc ~*' -
e V Liv'- -i Vt a a l'1 A f~jc 'N a ~ '- -t.
tatia tal Ah-e 2~ c K: --


SOur Ice Cream Freezers'


M\I 1


L P.aai'..-1a ait --I


SB.


a-' -. (*,.:'., aI


PERSON.:,
107 south Palafox


Roses--Carnations.
I am *elinir the pro 'u,- -of ti 1;,-mni an l Highlanl I'.r- r.
Montgomery. and on twe.v: ho' i;s' i.otc:( c.in furniAh any amo .n't ,,
and lDesigns wanted.
Carnations 75c per dozen, D..r- A
American Beauties S3.50 to $4.00 per dozen,I
All Other Roses $1.50 to $1.75 per dozen, 'o you.
Ring Phone 329. MISS VIOLZIITE MORENO.
32: \V..-: ,ir. -

Investigate the Convertible Term Co( tracts
tig re
Old Penn Mu THual Life s.

Old Penn Mutual Life IIns. CO


Top Buggies.


BEST MAKES, LATEST STYLES.

First Come, First Served; They Won't LastiLong.
Ye-' We will Allow You Something for that Old lii: .
Ain't but Fifty C(',tt-t.



3tiiliam ioblto & olo.

JUST OPENED.


Artist-
)x St.
raniteed. l loaal011 :1L


--Everything New and Clean.--


GRND MIlRY OPENING A SOLID CAR LOAD. Stylish Stick Seats:


At Col. Frieimailn&Co'sBi4Racket i Pretty Phaetons.
iCA. LOAD PI iES! srris; o Carts: CI.: E
Store.p


The Mo-t Attractive in the Entire City. ReL'ular M,-al- -,r .
and Short Orders Served it all ors. SCO.,ciil Proprietors,

MIiLINIT OrflWG, A. E. BAKER & CO., Proprietors,


14 EAST GOVERNMENT STREET.


MARCH 28th AND 29th. LENTEN SPECIALTIES


- Vi--


-


We bez 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 Openin'z,
with unequalled variety in style and
qu(llity. will take place THUis-
DAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY.
March 21. 3o and 31. You are cor-
dially invited to attend.
CoHi EN, FRIEWIMAN & Co.


o


%'.%I (A D


f \.


ft.ak&^) & Ak Ak Jm t%--- --k


Rimt-Hdy aid Thur~sday,


ON031Y!











THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28, 1900. 5


IxOGAfi N!EIS NOTES

~',.- ao.a1 f-q l'eassmcoaned tictuatir
,,, a ntad 7 A'*7.'da', (I* .



JAn a t.- 1"01 aa In fiti
%1":aa '-ta..ai t Il- p i.

k ~ Ipi It11-aU tr. "Ie i-it" a ,.
!:o- -l e;ar.n
1j, Tts% ~a:it-i.h-.


i H. I)-We-- of Montgoinmery is a
-: at the Mtere.ants.
j I.. Itchaid iof Trenton. N. J..
: -.i-tered at Hotel Escambia.
T- MayTs Democratic club will
*-.- ad tie court house annex to-

Mr-. .1. Stanton of MeImphi-.
,... is the guoe-t of Mrs. E. E.
- ,ihdera.
\!r-. A. (re'tinhuit entertained a
f ri-i-d- y-t erday afternooni at a
\ .t tea.
M. A. (tutoln of Flomiatol is a vi.-
t* t, 'I"- city to-day, and a gue.-tof
Merchant-.
Thit. democratic coiigre--ional eii-o
:ntiaii for tile fir-t di-tnrct will be
A. : at' Tall:ha---. Ni Mav .,.
A party t ,f l ilie ;ttallt I t tl in -n
t. ,-nj,.-iliz ;it ott tlliitr ;i r)-, t.he
..iv (-ay oll thet. yacht ValWace-.
Judiriig frtoim the large li-t of Vw--
-ela- bound hithier, 'a'ii-tacola will dio I
,t I)1; export bhl-lie-- Ia Xt iollnth.
(i H St.naul el+, MIr It. St:tutil,.
:. 11;i- J ~---i- Stanti.'-, "f 'Jla-a)..
I wa:. lie cam- g:u'-t- at iotl F;--
a ihiu., yesterday.
( '. J. I.iIL. <.an:did'.t<- fr cAamun'y
-up-lr iltnldenlit iaI i)UtJic ili-tructiii,.
- *out t!.i- wO--,k :a lionli ,. thl' votet-- in
.- rural d(i-ti it-.
(lerian i> Lut:ier:art Chiurchi : (;.-r-
.Aii i.l-aitt"i -r\ .ic1- to-niL'hit
\edi.-day ,at 7::< o'clock. J. F.
W. Ilta-int:ardt. pastor.
Mr-. A. % W. lat-rs( of Bayonici. N.
.' whoi ha- been tte gue-t of Mr.
1:nd Mr-. lB-n D. lHer-, left yvet,'r-
,:ix fur New ( lead- to vi-it friend-
S.,-re..


into it. Car t. Northup is carefully
watching every stet of the progre's
made. and piomii-s that the plant
w 9CSwhen flnii-hb-d will be the best and
most complete in the South.
Of The great warehou-e of the We#t
y ('Coast Naval Store (Co). oh South
Tarragona street is rapidly nearing
completion, the work ot layi:g the
W o m floor havi)i b1t ren eioninencedd. and'J
wM the Ioof being well under way. It
will have a tl. or ar(-a of nearly
Wm I ;(6.,0M) square feet.
Mrs. Kathleen Keunnedy. a inein-
ae Wearynl g biyOd dlS9 ber of their Ame-rican auxiliary of the
s a dV theya ncate. Cuban Provisional Red Cros-.is henr-
Gr sls if tfit A Md tft in the interest of that society. She
rPeWf flt g S lg WWW.g will arrange to put on an entertain-
ment for the joint benefit of some lo-
Efforts to bear the luaf calchluriy and thesociety. Shehas
several unique entertainments.
paIar e9 ero t w ,1 WA ey among then being an **Old Maids'
d% md Overnfl It aM Convention."
thOOe h Owing to quarantine restrictions
Utllff the Caull Is re-, prohibiting the excavation during
the sunimmer months, work on the
Parker six-story block has been post-
poned until next winter, Mr. Parker
L7i= A having secured an extension of his
Lvdia E. L i T's Veolpok j option on the property. He is busy
completing plans for the building
and has a number of contractors
tis arm* making estimates on the work.
CT-- o ut ^l^Ml"Si _* At ll :0) to-day an alarm from box
ft h"S SS At for 11 brought the fire departnienit to
t llJ years W Ie. I a w No. 213 WVest Inutendencia .-tr,-et. a
dwelling occupied by colored p,-ple
-aft w for wo-l and b-longing to Mr. P. Moloim-%.
HUMPS Itt U lW di The fire. cau-ed by spark-afrom tilt-
t E h f chimnney, was in the roof, and a. ii-
Sle stream from th:e io-e w.1',,n tf
v Red No. 2 s.loon extinfgui-hbd it. that
9" mafl l IntE p flgN amount opt dainiaie b-ing small.
gP- i ___w V ThI frieii.s af Miss Ada Ita-a-c,
In ll lf ^^-i the -kill#,'.,little vioini t. regret to,
learn i.f her irna ility too D ,-lrf1-' tihle


, MMe -m Wma s
-.__.e free of eharpe,
HNor address Is Lynn,
mass&

Tim ,,f P. n-.uc.la.l
Owin. to the illine-- of Capt. E. IH.
lPati::. if. ld fou r otdhtr rer t-ili, Io,
ni.-'tin (,f the hoard of pub!i, -afety
wa- ti-ld tlii- lnorniing.
''te T 11ir-hip New Yoirk. battle -
-,h'p T-exa. and gunboat Machiaas
sailed from (alveston yesterday for
thi- port and arte expected to airrivt'
ha-re to-maorrow aftern,,on.


solo --eleet to at ti- (-velling iu -i-
calof publicc :-hcli)l N. 1, on ai tc-
eiiunt of hi r departi t re fr, lii t!;- city.
To th-r it wa- ;tii t-(ilq;al di-;i. ,iiiaa-
mieit, f t r -- i;itl prep.ir'e ti -re-lf
i to pl).y w-ll f,.r the tpr:ai- < of ht r
d-;ar t'-aciior. lMi-s J"iuii -i:yd'i i:
the 7thi gr:de.
A Monhner heJvil I'ish.
DeIstroyiing it- victim. is a type of
Constipation. 'lli; powt r of this
a murderous malady is felt on organs
and nerves and mincles and brain.
There's no hIeAlt h till it'- overcome.
But Dr. King's New Life Pills are a
.-:fe' and certain cure Best ii the
wi rld flo Stomach, Liver, KIidteyv-
;mld liawels. Only 25 cents at W. A.
D'Alilibherte's drug store.


The executive committee of the Rich Deposits of Slenua.
United Charities met at library hall JACKSONVILLE. Fla., March 27.-Judge
yesterday afternoon., accepted the .. .,. .. .


W11il ,l'Wi~fe. Whitiran away fl.it mxre-igmiltion -if $ccrt'tarv J. X. Ali- J. 13. Churistie (o1 ftis city wants to or-
*rI!Ic- a-t Fridity, returned ye'tetr- drew; and ele-cted .ALif. D'.Xeicn- galaize a company tio develop what be
iv af 1-1 114ii0:1. He. had t)*-en to) 111111Tbarte -e'rf-lary ,Lid F-. C. Bre-ut I andi others Ibelieve will result in oue of
r a-Witti 1an01110#('- iifr W'it rea-zu rer. 1the na' st valuable cuxt.rprisolos ever iman-
A- relative-' there. T1he poolice coourt docket tii- morni- gurattad in YFlorida. It is to mine a bed
CL io-f Eniginieer Ma4ittfitrd 41f the. L. ingi shovoed only four entria-, two (ifumw sia-nua. oif which there is an inex-
et X. arrived here y1'.-te rday after- for fighting. ill v._%a ich Caua' tile de- haustible supply, and samples of lxhich
ii.ii-paca' hewrko Cum-fii~nt er hie~rrd1oe'o hart. been pr~lourvd that show veniark-
*.iiidincia Street Wharf and left I visiiting a piac-e where lewd nes la'ti-1aite
i-t uziitt fir ILouisville. practiced. fined $235. and one for di--;Ir~nr rmMnl,
NfI-- A lma JIttlfinso) tofLjoui5sil e IorderlANCICOndreb 7 $7.titains
..xpt-rt In umuiner. i-A busily ciagageti I A mneetinir (of the Esczambia P Iiti'-s, port Slcridn. Mhrch lef .-Thila trchs
r- uailnarvdepartineit of Wn?., wa hleld lt-I night. Maj. R. M. Cary'ptSirda.wic etMnl ac
~ Son i=ii&filummking dainty ht r-dnadarognztoa~P n ilarrive' here the Latter part of
I thI ii net"t fillr thle S Pring: trada' if thet company was e t-fected by ioth in- wiwk. bringsID)11 army prisoners, ssi
v'Itet iiih Of S. M Cru,-ziq captaiin, C. 11 II i-nt'. :32 d'cuaglstoldiers.
I. nu. H I. (. kltoa as ,*'iaM4,rentii Jolliaes a-;first Iiia--ateriant and 1i naavy.'v11!i141aial14 si k jackies..
L:, II*. C..\IarhC. i4.1thn 11:1ezondflieu-: -Iadlifiti-,id i] -taical iiffirer has heoti,
*I-1 alI' I. aIfjIi'!Ia crt HWarr~anea- to) D.oW.al. Yax- :0 Alea airca, biliazid ol
tf lia lttihitlukyatAl(-airazte.tana (i
I a iintv flaai- I f ._ ti+ iiaa'jrt I H1i,),_ r Ian-' Iai--t~r'

andi tt T:Il-i' Ia-u t aItii. I Itt II. I-il ,. tman -i'ti aI*ht'
I 'l w Iuh. %-:I-if a if l -rl"'

V .* 1 (C # 1 1 # 1. f hPaiiti afoi li 2 .tu d ; z U n t n t ~ a fw

1.V1--on. Atlanlta. E. L.. sitilp- o1 j.* Ltw off New tOrleains (. 1-11'* t:.niaM'I-` --'ti ~v2
N.\v Yoz k. j o. It. Duriestre. Ste rkarid('.S. Wt-a I fIltI V-toi1.
if 31" :'.I'-atd W- J.Ciaa't-. 'iiW. hF. Kiiiait. ( J. .1.I'tteiihridze (reramery P1oa S-a~rla.
aianioag thetire-st- FrIoi- Mi~anllIf. Schuai'ki. if Nfw i'r.Ail. z!- I: ix\,(Ga.. "Il:ara hIt 27.- Sparta if tat.
tIkLI. at tii t'.I-ii~otu'l E-c AIai- :l e Iiohlwtt* (if 1.:hri.i'1 arid -ii. haai\ a crair'i11rV. PTh ee i-sary aIi il ti~ft
II a~afiaoff. ( hic -., ire aiiaozig the A Ift,.1% ia k h3 en rai:',a-l and w,.:':i will
u a 'Ti wr A-L Iak Il. -ti- -tr, at t!.#. Ms'r, 10, (. nu~lt~aicid *ilialaIII, nuilaling!. 11, t~it
!: l:t- hiteaii 'iiiiduc(tfig t: ct th, itur futurG.
rI-ztaukitati fll Broad st re. t V.,iik- -it t!*I:,- 4)ia f thlt
It:'' --a iav.'- tii-d'&i' fr n 1--w #Ititric(:. -IaIt I w.I-p'laliflt ilFor Over Fifty Years,
ii'~~ m-i te will i-uxhil-11 ~i:v~ralt'i..staM R A.WtI.'f:,IW'l4 74"ITHIN~i 4 )YIUP haf
;af~ii~e-lfill. "', ei'an i-i'd or (over riftyv"ye'ar, v n lai mi. I*am
-, Il hii-ir---Witt]hk -Is t. tr--1- 11Iv a., alr'':Ad'a' to-ira inl(of t hue uantI-r- t'ar thia'r chiuuiarin o.h14, te t,.itzna,
I. a,.' :I-luf i htold ro-ud#ri ii+ alii'hlic tv #-i'ta nf -t~ii nt :ali tiit riun ti~v With pq'rf.-'ct aiuee',S. it %4)()tjeb.j-iI. 'a
twii- t rni :I- n-v tw n _,,%,raor- or, f t-1 colic. :and 14i the-' be't r.'uaedv for Iiiarrhten
jitah*~tiillv tab (i:;r lot' ..latin Ceiiiihi,Ftait i tI- ilojia cacti- it %ii rlruiievv tie pqotar littlo- hufY.r'ri rma-
11I- :aallt1ii'ia-.t. tFai..tt-l~taf -i-t i ,t-'ed ir*!I- w-,, end o! th-, ewj-' fieaiateO-l. silti by Jirulaazitin ama ave
A (.t~attiaiii ta-ia' jhiiiiltat wi: t~i~ ;eami~sii' rompart (If t6" worini. Twiraty-tive crtl- a baI*-
A Iil- If- t~wk alin4sid- frcm "Ia4- ::..sureusod ask for 1"Mrn. Wan-iaaw'
('lit i-tiauin.iaTleta l..IIi wiich i ca'ac~all ivhiduunj t.-d directly I Sciftl~~ing yrutxli and take no other k~r ai.


THE


STORE.


There's eWord or Two That's Spoken in

White Goods Department.


Our


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k No. 200 Long Cloth in 12-yard m '
S. pieces for....... I. j

--tSji t. p ieces for ........................... ....
No. 500 Long Cloth in 12-yard 7| -
pieces for ........... ...... .. '


THE PEOPLE'S STORE,


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BSdm Wmn and a
hmS HS8 appeal to evy
N oi l Had.
Both are better for the use of, and may be
kept free troi iiness, by

Sloan'sLinimentl
This. Lminm is the best antieptic known.
It positively kills disease germs. It cures
RbeMnit/a, Cramp and Colc. Used gen.
rally in the stale with vood results, whUere
otherliniments fail. In the family in preftr-
ence to any known liniment on thrhe market,
externally or iatcraaaiy. L%.ry borttlh l war-
rantcd.
Family size, 25 cents. -'
rorse size, 5, ,.rnts and $.ton.


llHors-' Arrive itl .ienihls.
,-.Mi';ni-. M.ar'-h 2;. -A spvrial train
if 11 liors ai-'s hlav, arrive-d atl Mtnt-
iini~irv park fnroii Niw Orhl'anis. Tht-v
lin'.ii't ih. i-tring it' .1. J. MCIat'rtertr,
1. Frii.. )is 1I). Ri. .r-. XV. EI.
XV.. t1-. II. T. (;rilin. A. F. WV,..un,
Mr-. M. M. Mint *r..1. E. Jhari.i.a iz,.r
t t r.. Vstil. WVatki-ist H. ;G. T\' i.dtll
aniad athr -iiw r.. To mi tlv.in'.- string
has .rri 'la iiifrill Na-huvill,..


Rallroad Men In ('onf'reneie.
AsiIEvi.E,. ('., March- .7 -A inct-
injug o)f r,'ipr'cs-itativ.'.s of the Virgiuia
anld trunk li'ne railways i, iI sessioIn at
th.- lR:ttr"ry IP rk hltl. T!ah- sessions
will lpriaiil; laist two r" three davs.
TIl. fdlj-ct of thii nie'.'tiing is to discuss.
the i un't.tion of 'smmii-nir tourist rates.
Their prospect is that there will be nomna-
terial 'hanig ;inu the r'ateqs as they ex-
jstid last season, though the whole mnut-
ter will be cart fully vcncoilered.
Death of Father Tighe.
CHi'Aio. March 27. Rev. Father
Dennis Tighe, priest of the organization
of the Holy Angels church, Oakwood
boulevard and Vincenues avenue, one
of the largest Catholic congregations in
the city died of pneumoniathLs morning,
followinm an attack o aptanditiia.
Cold Steel or Death.
"There is but one small chance to
save your life and that is through an
operation," was the awful prospect
set before Mrs. I. B. Hunt, of Lime
Ridge. Wis., by her doctor after
vainly trying to cure her of a fright-
ful ca.Q of stomach trouble and yel-
low jaundice. lie didn't count on
the marvelous power of Electric Bit-
ters to cure Stoniach and Liver
troubles, but she heard of it, took
seven bottles, was wholly eured.
avoided surgeon's knife, now weigh-
more and feels better than ever. It'..
positively guaranteed to cure tomi-
ach, Liver and Kidrey troubles and
never di-appoints. Price r(oc at W.
A. )'Alemberte's dirug .toir.


GOING<(; I)W\N Hlli.
Pe,,op l- si ut.'rinag from kidney ,udi -
eia s ei f i el ai rl'a al[t but --teady to
of vitality. 'T'hey shionhi loA1 io
tine in trying Folev's K'nev C-,.y
It i- gtuar:aiitied. WV. A. I)'Aleiin-
)-I'rte.
Attend Falk's opening
to-morrow, Thursday and
Friday.
w eii n l y 1 v ti h ,!r lt l, v r \'., !llm y" l.V '
a ,nll > ii.-) ,
Bui t c.\ ;ii/' t Iiall iiiallot iu' i l ,,iha l;
-i iw 'ii .Mertii t!h.
Ai l ir c(aaik- anti>l:)t ail'ok with-
* i* i!: lil:it'-l .lai i Ilt'f.. S a:irv ti t.c ili-


- : iit ;it -; 1 l-. Tl' o., 1,t.'riai in
ir.i ti i pr at u ''". u,,,(. W ho v ,il--Ola ^
", ni.'-t I). t the b at quality. iI'
.'," !! .ll t- 1 ,o to lll' r -' .t 'gil'' !,'
t :'i; i l':n ri h. lt i :, a -., v'r"i >,, -
lfi:a ili:" w it li t h .-at'j'ct w :l: tt.W!
y, i- .l a 'ihy'-'
V.'t't he a i -lU't h ,,t ino t 'ai"y ,tI
fir-t-cit,-!-, ,. -gr:rtr nii stri;!!- f1
.' '(1. .-i o') ('-ii n c lf'li tii,' ft.... -
"tit ir tl' I ,,l-" thlIm -I .--
ti: -)Ip: iuf t it. :t !lbi ar \N \\: ;a
:;, !i;i- r ,P t T hr:i -'t! ,- y )" l,':iri.> (!
o'..nill i Vi.-';t;;i e '.: W ,i".,,a"'!' i
aW hf, l'ovVl It f P'i> o r:, I' t '
,v..ry t !.i 't, :..-, .I T,* a' :t t+' v'.1;u i; ;
We would like for you to call. Wt will







Attend Falk's opciii',-H to-
iti1j1rou', Tur.'l(tj mtf/ id '/-

We havP movpd to 1I S. Paijfox reft
We would like for you to call. We will
sell you instruments on terms We wail
exchange pianos with you. Wewitl save
you money on a piano or organ.
Jess Frcric Plane & Organ Cg .
11 S. l1alafox .street.


Schwartz,

Proprietor.


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*NEW ARRIVALS!-

OUR first announcement of New Arivals of Spring
Apparel. A generous assortment, large variety
of colors and styles to select from of Ladies' Waists
We carry all i, inds: the largest assortment in thL
city of well known brands. Among them the famous
"'i';i/}/; /,/v*..'..;"" famous for fit, style and firish-in


fact the best fitting Waist in the land.


dealer cr customer can den\.


This fact no


You may form some


idea of our offrin's by a glance at our large exclusive
Shirt Waist Window, and they arc cheaper than
heretofore i)y rean oof our Motto: "SI-I.I Ciii:.\' AM )
TIII-RI:I',V I 'l. .,-. I lii FPUSINI-SS"


New
Arrivals:


LS fiD. EBROIDRrivNe
RUS hu. tftl1h1t0l1lt Arrivals!


Our Centre T' ib bl- : :. e :.ii; .g beneath a i soodly sh.ire of tt..- Newet
I':.i:. in iLaces and Embroideries.
Swi s l",'i: .-:;ioi. Hamburg Edging and Innertion,
\'al'-nci;i Lace and Insertions.
3j nci.lie T<>rclhon Edging and Insertion.


Ge'rmaan' T rehaun IiXri.


Aplique Lace and Insertion,


S:; ;.:t. Oriental and Plat Val, Lace-.
.,iN) Remnaiinit- H.ai burg Edg:ing. six yard length-, worth 7:'. t,, 4o at D)c.


Sweepit n Sale of Muslin Underwear! *

One Lot Child'- )Dr.aw--. !-i:niieJ and :u k, ize Ind :2, n a:... 10 pair
Sizes 3. !1. 5 a'ld *. n .v............................................ 15e pair
( Li)., Lt (i'nt!d'- 'rimrnpd Drawer.~at t'o-t Mark.
: Lt., ('ild's TfriniItied Gowns at Co',t Mark.
(o, [..t ('!,;,' Trrimmed kirt- at ('Co't Mark.
,*- I,., i iminiid downs at ('o-t M1.ak.
One Lot L i, di--' T'riin;i .il (!a'ch mi-e. worth :3', for.................2-'Oc each
One Lot Lad !i-' 'ri'i;;. t.';iuinbric C'h-miie, wi rth 7.-,' f(,r....... 4',c each
-'-:'no Lot Odc s and Ends-
In Ladi -' Snirt-Z ;ta'(l Gowns to Cllo-e ()'it at (C'o-t Miark P'rice.


DeFUNIAK SPRINGS.


Two 11h itio ('f omIIiitsait'hivi a 11. 4kN' It. It.
'Seat cf "..heFMcrida Chautauqua new in SCession
Un~IH Ma.rch 27Zth,
:.~'.P'~ z'j invo"CstCqrn j r:aZ~~


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/ nIlisdh .'tXainsook, -0 inches 'wide. /2-pyard pieces, f'or
EKnlih Cambric'. -'. inches wide, for
Nec Our SPFCIA.L \'7iite India Lawns at
-t> Pieces i l'hi/e Lawn at
This is an Exceptional Good Value.


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DII1ER


LEWIS BEAR & CO., Sole Agents.
A--Q Iu 3 L'OZe.
Old. Quaker, Hunter a d Parol3 Rye Whiskeys.
<--Chesterfield Eourbon Whiskey.-,:-


--oUeJ1J.ST RECEIVED:X'-
33 pieces -Sea Island" Percales, (shirt waist styles) 1-yary
w ide, 15c value....................................................................... 121c yard
19 PIECES STANDARD 36-INCH PERCALES................................. 10 yard
CW=MAII. ORDEI FPItOMPTI.Y AND CAREFULLY FILLED.- _


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Nfick Rpostle's Restaurant.


Beginning next Saturday I will serve S
Re-ulTr Din itr, froa iil:; to 2::O ecU
day. t --5 cents.
-hort Orders Fromptly 8rved all Hours Ca_ 1.a
of Day or Night.
Fishb ao10vsteo ia AIll Stvles. I -- e ai


J. M. BILLIARD & CO.,


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6 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOL4 FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28, 1900.


PRICKLY ASH IITTER5
CLEANSES THE UVER AND BOWELS
606 A-I i- s e TOl i S -
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PRESIDENT IS CENSURED. ITEMS OF INTEREST.
~Iehoiss .,a~-n, Im insor Alleged An nl~ziprofessor says It Is
Lilq.ie-ori):nizkn- ,thelitn t~. rnixi~ idtam" wi. ic iis thje curse
IL. %Lirch 27.-The (' lef te outlttrv.
cit~-.~i~i'hr Tr"-~ts[leawae ad IEboI~- Uiojn. in N vYork city. had
ev v~h ~r,-,i'sDeawregukda arevenut, last year of $1.4,-7.Its
porti'iii of Metrvlhad. has adopted a rto exjee-tuiture-s were ZtSA.
u~i': 'i~rtxaa~tho nr-mn canteen and Ther-e ne in Havana more beautiful
Tho- nu-v an"-I 'uli- ,f. in ipur pimsse-o:- hforst- .anti elce:ixit caxrriimgos Wan lin
.,v .11V elt of' equal size in the United
A r'tlm. r u-aii, h.g-nweral Sae.
t~-~r-I'rt-ien Mcin- ( lito I. :hz!tsof Cedunimitis are
I tw an f .id -:-o : t ,:',r drinking V:'11:'(' '~'~~~' 'te 4l
iquctir Iva,L ad p'.:'A!T.-riwr p-.,nftlreftr- i .1 SA:t: al ~a. %ix h ~isi-111)w falliul-
i u r-kk iii iW- -. it T1: 11 Xt .1:


AN OPE1N


DOCR IN CHINA.


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Ti;- ~ :a.-- -ta113: ~uit~c by A. It. Dt- Fiaii-1it, ecit4,r 'if liii
th- I:a''-' s a ,- ,t h-' ... oI wlr''. Dly'l--temwau. Ohio. -ailfere-d
I r.... rtrni!I. AMonaI. IPatlyuiid f.-r aIt u tib(- r a4f yeaHr? i roian rteutixli.


Ih<-wa.% In .'lori't..
ST. A -niTI. Fla.. Mar--h .-Ail-
miran and M!r-. 1) *.wv have, a hand=,a,ie
Fuit.- ot ix.mli' at the P incr-' d1- L-on
while h-ere. Thyv will leave here
Wewdnt-ay with Mr. H. M. Flagle- and
take in the other esst moast retorti, un-
der Mr. Flagler's chapermag.'.
HIll Head Bullet Proof.
CoLt-IlA, S. C.. March 27.-An un-
kmowu white man was shot here last
night. three shots were fired at him at
absort a from a 3cahber re-
vnlve. Althre ehote sruck the fel-
low in the hted. bt the bUllet glanced,
only inflicting salp wounds.
Awar lU,OU U---mages.
MAcoV. March 26 -la the caa of
Bars verss he Caeiohdiatd Street
Bailway company bhe jury found a ver-
deu fotr $0.0000 i favor of Mr. Barns&
DAILY MARKET REPORTS.
COTTON.


N.w Youct March "7
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NAVAL STORMtI.
WILMItT'W,. N. C.. March 2".-Spirnt
turpratie ueothi dniog. K oi teedy
a4 uocbaacedt reci-ptps&0. Crude tnr-
iUmtImm eoUiina doing. Tar steady at
S1.20- tacipte i2
TAMaI&a. March 27.-Spirit. surpm-
ihoe Arm at St .e i tau 17; lem 8i:
expert a Reta arm and unchanged;
r ipt.01,s. ales none. exports l,Oi.

"I think I would go crazy with
-ain were it not for Chamberli iu'
Pain Balm." writer Mr. W. H. Sta-
pltoon. HFrminie. Pa. "- have been
afflleted with rbeumatism forseveral
years and have triedl remedies with-
nut number. but Pain Balm i; the
bewt medicine I have rot hold of."
ne application r,-lievws the rain.
For ale by Hauanh Bro-.. 21 S. Pal-
a,'ox street.


D T0 IFAllS BAll!
To be (iven By
H )P LODGE. No. 2571, K. of H..
o3d I-ellow Hall. 11arnr; tian.
Monday, April 16, 1900.


Trawt-p-li at li-n l 'it


u n, In -re


E.:tiolrse ., by all Phy-icianzs as the
,..,ly BH tr ab-olute-ly iret- tr-in adul-
-atlot;.
Geo. Pfeiffer, Agent,
PENSACOLA.
Tr It fln Tan at !ill Sal8 m.


ti-in inll hi riit it .1-hoi l r avid -idfe.
He -ays: "My right :tri nit tin.#-s
wa entir',ly -elles. I tried Chmi-
berlaiin'- Pain Halin, and waz -ur-
pri-ed to receivt- rtli-f alinot imnie-
dmtely. The Pain H ilm ha bheeti a
constant coinpanion of uinte ever
-ince and it ever fail<." For stale
hr Hannah Bros., 21 South Palafox
street.
Medical Society. Attention.
There will be a regular meeting of
the Pensaecla Medical Society at
the Board of Health fflep at C
o'clock p.m.Tuesday. April 10 and 24.
Visiting physicians are cordialt)
invited to attend.
D. W. MCMILLA.. M. D.,
President
E. F. BRUCB, M. D.,
Secretary. Sfimt


BARGAINS


-IN-


Real


Estate.


Sw;ll lbuy hi- acre of land nnrth
$lw0 of bheclity aij west of tioulding
$2000 u awill bt'u y- a*rt- adjoiaing cit7
$2000,,.,,-" ., lnts.",,
,,lt will buy four 4l ol0 11 locki.
$30w and a ol .-ve>l room house
This property ias in New tity.
wailll buy 7.'i& acs~ b'.-twe-n Bi"
P$4000Bayou and Ltltle Hayou. Thi-
property ha' a wator front on the bay: alsc
on BSg Bayou and Little Bayou.
f$5000 wilbuy one of the b.--t rt-"t
P>wv0dences on We-t Hill. NI;t:atld
on stre"*t car line; has I' rooms and all mod-
eri convelience..s.
0 wail hu uylot' w th '. I ft front nr
Paslitfx s, vr..t. s ilth of .rei-.
ory. Thi can t' immediately utilize-.l for
bu .inese purposes.
will i v pilot -with -_i ft front or
$ v '4ireptorrv aund :li ft t 1.nt oln 1-
r-anilz anRid ir2 ft ifroi:t n Wrilght. Ti'h
pr. p. rty lie. n c.-1 c tt, i.z- on an. itil thu -r. it
plentyof roomni to build adozaeaii tai ,a .' more
$8 0 will buy a handionit- rowidrlnc,
$ 0 ,n E00- t n rV1"oE y brtw'e. alli-
fot and Turragona .-treets.
$9000 will buy an aer- farm with
$ 0Wl hood lou-tand farmn hmldimiso
El-gant pr.lup-rtv for trick farming nd
dairyv pu'-."i,,i. This place is just outbid-
the city limits.
f 00f wll b uy lot in the hbu'lnese
$10,00 part of the city with 1IN feet
front.



J. E. Stillman Co,

East Side of Plaza.

S.' [ 1,IPT1T0 [ P1'I
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That Coal Outtle.
In these days when so many excuses
are used to obtain entrance to dwelling
houses and burglars carry off every-
thing possible it is as well to be care-
ful. Therefore when a servant re.
gently Informed her mistress that a
strange man had called and said that
he had come to "measure for a coal
scuttle" the mistress was naturally
alarmed. The nman came again, how-
(ver. bringing with him three others.
:nd then it appeared that he bad come
to iut in anu electric wire and box for
a-wssenger service. What he really
nit-ant to tell the servant In the tirst
ph!:te was that he had come to measure
fur the calll box." lie had apparently
broadened it Into "coal box." and the
servant had repeated It as "coal scut-
tle."-New York Mail and Express.


IRules fair Lent.


Furniture on Credit
Most beautiful lire of side boards
ever shown in the city. Wardiobes,
with glass doors of every descrip-
tion. from the cheapest to the fine-t.
Roll-top secretary casp rlegintly
finished, a fine line of china clo-et-,,
and everything contained in a ti st-
claas fnrniture store at 0. M. Pryor'.s
Bargain Furniture Hou-e.


Ban the The Kiid You iHal AlwayS B0gW
8ignatwor


At C. V Thomnipon's.
Crine's Ladies' Note Paper, and
Envelope- to match.
Cambridge Linen and Envelopes.
Hurd's Parchment.
Invitation Pap;r aird Envelopes.
Linen Tablt-:.


All the faithful who have er.in- Frosted \Viumn ard Envelopes.
pieted their twenty-first year anat Engli-h Note; ;.i;in Wove: Tissue
who have not b ,-,n their .ixtieth Paper; Deniti-oit's Crepe. Etc.. with
vyar. and whoare tiot exempted fr,. in ge neral a-artinent of stationery.
the obligation of fastinig by sickln-s-. C. V. Tit la psomx
hal d %ork or other well known rc-a. No 3- South Palafox Street.
-onsa. are obliged to fast on all the- --- -
day- of Ient. except Sundays.
Oni t .ose fldays lilt one full Illealt i-
lilowed, which lihou;d not bt taketi
before noon.
Custom allows a cup of coffTee. tea
or thin chocolate. and a iinu ll pii 0
of bread or acrack-r., to he taken in
the iiornini ; and in the evenliinl,
collation. not exc-eili: thell toiurtI h
part ifll an ordinary -i l., vi, i all<,vwei.
At thi-z collation. i)i ttt-r. ('el, e--,
milk, -z S :iand all kilnd- of fruit.
tih iatid veit tables iare :tllw -i.
\\hf-l thle prilcilpa;ll 11. al ciatii t
witliuo t icravo inc'onlVtlienct(,- l.'
taken at lion. it is P~i'niiisih'l' to
take the collation inl the o:rtin;:
a.'! tI: C iinlner ill thel ver in .
A. >-tinie:.e iromi tile i-H Of htlh-
is Ii' *ie-d on all the \oedn '-daiys L RI L
and Fliavsof eIntt and on tihe Siat-1
urday of Etubi-r Week and on Ho4ly
Saturday.
The u.e of laid ik allowed in cook- _-
inr.
Fish and flesh are not allowed at
the same meal, even on Sundays. All High Cut Shoes in
Eggs, cheese, milk and butter may
be used every day. but abstinence Men's, T.9_ie ', Misses'
from all of these is recommended on
Good Friday. Children's at reduced
Persons exempted from the obli-
gation of faltilng are not bound by prices. *
the restriction of using meat but
once a day on the days in which the
use of meat Is permitted by dispen-
sation.
Children over seven years of age I
unless excused by sickness or other
causes. I
The paschal time, in which all 350 Pairs Ladies' Vici Kid Spring
Catholics who have come to tlhe
years of discretion are bound to re-, Heel Button and Lace Shoes
ceive holy communion worthily. ex- for ony
tends from the first Sunday of Lent or only
till Trinity Sunday, inclusive. Chil-
dren over seven years of age are 1
bound by the precept of annual con-
fe-sion. Pastor"- and parents should
see that the children comply with
this duty.
.The holy season of Lent is a time f I
of prayer, of sorrow for sin, of eeclu-
-ion from the world and it- amuse- RIEGOULAR PRICE $2.1i.
ments, and of generous alm-giving
By a special indult grranted to the
bi-hops of the United States for ei-n
y-ars, dating fromtn Marlih 1F, I ,. Gentrnln
working people, who cannot ea-ily e ,
observe the common law of the
church, are dispensed from the ob-
liiation of abstinence on all days of Don't MiSS It!
the year except Fridaysv. A-!.
Wedne-day. Holy Week and Chri-t- A SHORT TIME;
ulats Eve. Thi's (dispensationi do)s iE NLY' TrIME.
not exempt front the additional oh- E
ligation of fasting. where s-uch ex- AND CASH TIME.
idts, nor does it authorize the use of
flih and fl--h at the s;ai!-l meal. It Men's (etiiniip C':alf Tan Laice Hand
includes, however. not only th1 indi-
vi(lual workmen in whose favor it is .-ewed Welt for on!y
grant'-d. but all the members of their
families as well. Ini ri-turn it is ex-
pected that tho e who avail tl~wm-!
selves of this indult will endeavor to
enter into the spirit of thli holy sea-
son of Lent by voluntary acts of mor-
tification. penanceand almisgiving. A $ 5 5
most praiseworthy custom is that of
abstaining during Lent from stimu-; REGULAR PRICE $3 5.)
plants. in honor of the sacred thirst of
our divine Mavior.
Those who entertain any repi ona-,
ble doubt about their obligation to
fast or abstain, ought to apply to l Don't Ios.e Time and go About
their pastor or confessor for advice Pricing. We Still Lead as the Low-
EIDwARI) P. ALLEN. est Price Shoe House in the City.
llishop of Mobile.
Mobile, Ala Febluary 1, 190)?. Yours for Shoes and


DURITAM Cigars have
been tried 'and fire test- T R U N K S.
ed. D'Alemberte sells
them. I I. GUGENHEIM.


The Easter lumber YIDAL & SMITH,



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so--aon %%vI I Iibe f4 i -dci n .. t A
of U p-toipii'teJiarh. .


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Sole Agents for Celebrated YELLOW LABEL and
*--other High-Grade Whiskies.=0


The iHerald's Easter Numbe,. PROlPRIETORS OF THIF FSALOON.


A -


'ILWINE


~rn ~


HEALTHY OLD AGE.
---0--
LAars, BE'NTON Co. ARi Aug. 4.
I am 4 ye-irs o:d and havei '.!. n -uffer:ng with
Change of Life I had otod'in sp-lie s so bad. tnrat
none thought I could live Mvy h-i.Ibanui g, t r
Wine of Cardul and it par. d my .ife. I am I.ke
another person since txkiug it
MRS E B. TOWN3END.


Wlqrme~gr'd3o


It is the devout wish mf neiriv a;l people to live tia r
None of us want to die younL.. -1 ,,stwia ersal Je> 7., re
care be ~ takea c)t thelhealth m earlx.y ani rn I,! i':e. ::
%% ill adJ many x--.rst,)q ur e\I.tence. I j .ihc
time. Happy. h1eilthv oi.1 ave .%ill l'e tiO I :*t 1,-*~'
corracts th l!e.~:nents w hih atlitct her sex. in
take the. fLniax~e c:,ilJ said'v,-% ~.er th,. "Iv' 2-. .: i:..
wcimnho. .ct. As a ii ite she ned, itt *K. i her u"
prezn~incy an.1 Th:!,Iihith with as liue rn,-*m rt .4-
Chan-,fof Lite it \A.hi lhelpther u-.Cr rtile !.2 *s -t.
Per p~ithwav 1'etween 40 and ;0. Tn;'r ~:- c-
blissful existence. *>he xx :1 .zr *v- ,i'.t -
she A il preserve that charm a.-.'~: c

LADIES' ADVISORY SEPAITMEIT. It :. r .
For -0ivice in ia..re-.1uT17:iAT~i--l-111::r -- V -
3~D1(lI~ 4 a.(titan,, m~ ,r YARA-11. tI; i s C, Le- .x L ..:


LAR
s


DUNN'S

H


ft


.5- -


I .~A -


iOTEL


ON EUROPEAN PLAN.


Restaurant Atteahed, Open Day and Night.
OYSTERS, FISH AND GAME OF ALL KINDS IN E.A- \
Special Orders at Any Hour.
RATES:-From $1.00 to $1.&) per Day. % LODGING:
515 and 519 *. s nth Palafox s ree. Pencol,,Ia. Flrile / 25 and 50c

l TlM-h J J 17 I: Iri\/.


Oki V1; I "I I- %a 1##10

Foundry W Machine. Shops,
CENTRAL WHARF, COR.JEFFER"ION AND) PINE STEI I-


Telephone 348.


Pensacola. Fla.


ATTERNS. CA'rINGS. LUMBER TUICK-4 SMA.i.LL i'l ;,F
Car WVheels, Wood and fro'i Pullov-=. l:ihn.r-r. l.>x. N .
1 fractured to Order in First-Clas-,, W.orkai;ttilike Mannier a: l ..-
ble Rates.
Dealer in Machinery, Fittings and Supplies for
Stationary and Marine Application.


v. c. bRENT.
Pi-e~tcaeai I.


WSJ. II NI\ l. .i-
\ i,-, -P'r, lf-lil.


Y ER. ii R.. J. S, It- r.
Ctis ~- t. I* .A." Iit


First National Bank

flr PENSACOLA. FLA.


WM. H. ;,, W.LE.i. W.A. hLOUNT. F.C. BRENT. W. K. If'iF J .
D. G. BRENT,


For:sgr g Dlezii zUkugi 3nghp a


'ph


&g We draw our own Bills of Exchange on Great Britaii. i--
Germany, France, Austria, Italy, Holland, Spain, Belgium, Rea-i%
way, Sweden, Denmark and other European conntrlee.


'WVessels Disbursed upon the Moss Favorable Terms, ar:
Obligations Taken Payable at Port of DesisnatMon Ten or FifteeL
after Vessel Arrives there.


OPPSafety Deposit Bois- for Rent in Connectton
with which we have a Private Apartmemt for tbh Use
ofa Uwatwer.


Cold Weather
Coming.
orders and I..t t fM I a v,, t)i .
cold snap arrivfu We till **an'!
hbtt coal you can procure for #-Il 'r
or beating purposes at reasonat,.- I


Telephone No. 147.


T1omPSoI,, 01seq ~~


Coal and Wocd.
!?Ie- acifYamd : m k..-
!.t. 'is r ajbtr..tq %


THE ORIGT NAL ) B


ITY, LU


A B.C. *


BEER.'


V. J. VIDAl,


S3le


Wholesi-ei.


ICE BOTTLES OF WINE OF CARD I
SOLD FOR S!.00 BY DRUCCISTS.
air;


RAIN AND PROVISIONS.


ILSO H3IM.'f&BRADi'lg iES IJP#3Rlig '


TRY I 301TLI Or, CHBY 101if
]PHONE 154. : : P.(a go,
JUG & ]FAMILY TRADr, SO-L11A
Yr'-.-- P.-v~-rx-tto Aniy Par! (if thin- 4
-0 1P.AYhl orders left at Tae Omee. Vida; & w


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


Prevention
:ter than cure. Tutt's Liver
Ils wi not only cure, but if
..-n in t will prevent
Sick Headache,
lpc,.ia. biliousness, malaria,
tijiatlion0, jaundice, torpid
r and kindred diseases.
TLTT'S Liver PILLS
ABSOLUTELY CURE.


THE CYNIC.


I'L U'41,' I.' n thatt tt1 'me 19
I...mPu ipri-.'-Iif .1] knewt


at .:i4' ., -k'..for !uew
*nt- 'wrt tlitht rn.-n:are' ri.:t-
a.1.-.i:11 ib. 'Id shoetw- left
aftw'~m.:ir.1 vvhea shet

* : I, :, 1 .1i '~,... sr wear-
* .. I '; t"ItIi t o s't-be'ar


ELECTRIC SPARKS.


:rl T ~' t .I, I ra t.Cntiitt (.4


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I's rudinca 101ite1
41 *via -ti!:5of
.1 .e ~ he' IrnI I l!ipi uu s


1. r .~ti "A hellent bov
1*4 1re.ri % or. ( one day
( 11 1; A.. Sles orth (of
"!:41-1L'1;2 s.. .'141Ilvderrat a
**f'e.I!w' e.I2;I ..eSafe kee-co
I! I it:: H.~r .1 Ithe el idi

111.1: iii l .*n their
*~ a -; t !..j t athedyna~
.. :::ji i ~,4e54a riautti


::illfT'. 'o lt that (if Cloth1
-tv .iLI i- o* untrifoutod Iso mucli
1 e '. :*1 3 tit] :141%. :iri(4.n1'it (if
1 't I 'T li''':'.ii which Is
Ii,...I,'of ~I' t'('in ica I Indus-
11,i- 't lli4 lmme w.-~~IS EpY).-p
*..?fli4)ii., :trdo'rm; of VersaIllem
,T j %.11, 1 t f to N 11.


Il,//(fldsmeparlor xu it cx
"'9111 AJlf,4jo,.f( l A f/i(/j


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SIR DONALD STEWART DEAD.
Bed DBem Promine rtly 14entiaed
With ladles Army For Ye-rs.
ALwzuS. March 26.-Field Marshal
Sir Donald Martin Stewart is dead in
his seventy-seventh year.
He haa been prominently identified
with the Indian army since 184 and
was with the Canadian division an the
Afghan war. 1878-b0; was at the battle
of Ahmed Kohl in 186bO and commanded
the troops at Cabal and an northern
Afghanistan till their final withdrawal
in i.bu. He was a member of the vice.
roy's council in 18o&. commander in-
chief in India 1871-65 and a member of
toe lodian council 1885-98
S.4er f its io e'..t.
SPARTANBL'UR. S. C.. March 2d -Cal.
bonn Ii. Allen, a white later from At-
tants, while working on the steeple of
the Preebyterian church, fell from a
caffold about 70 feet above the around.
nad was very seriously injured. Sey.
gral hands were working in the sower.
One arm was dislocated and the other
broken and his forehead was severely
bruised. It is not known yet what the
internal injuries are. His recovery is
very doubtfuL
Ste mer ftramlded.
WASHIxOTON. March 96.-The life.
saving service has received word that
the Norwegian steamer Vidar of Fred-
erickshold. Captain Bjornson, from New
York to Norfok, in ballast, wentashore
this morning shortly after midnight at
DAnineck Mills. 5 miles south of Cape
Henry, Va. The lifesaving crew have
established communication with the
vesset The crew of lb men are safe
for the present and will remain on ward.
MtIn'rs (et 20 Per (Ve.t Icreasse.
ALT(oNIt. Pa, Mar.-h 2 --The Al-
touna Coal and Coke company, the
Henrietta Mining company and Fro.
gaihty Ca' companyy, all of this citv,
bhave notfl.ei tneir miners of a generai
advarni- in wageq of 21) per cent to take
ff,.-:t April i Thb in rea e is. volun-
'tary and wil benefit o.ojj miners.
\ 1't-lonl Wall D)etllumr.
Tiu (a, March 26. Hon
Thomas E Watson will not accept the
nomination of the Populist party for
the presidency. When asked for a
statement on the subject. Mr. Watson
stated that he was out of politics.
l.GISl- ."LATI E CANDI DATES
And I)elegataesI to the C tio ,y 'oriveIn
ioni at Poweliron. April I-1.
Following are the candidates for
ti-I. lzi-Liture and the. list of ddle-
zate'- to o tl;e countity d'iiemocratic con-
veiiti.nii at Powelton, April 14. eni-
dor-ed liy t(he Workiiiriinr-n'-i I).- mi-
cratic club:
io-'r Ilse Legitilature.
('. .Moreno Jntie-.
H. C. Clopton.
ll Pr.cirijt -12-H. H. Wick.. F. R.
Pem. R. A. ('redill., Win. Carlini-
c-ha.-l, Thos. G. tivr-.
Precinct 13-J. F. L. Quina. Ar-
thur Johnion, J. C. Averyv. J. Whit-
i.ig Har;i-. Ja-. L. Swoneey.
Precinct 14-(;us Eitzen. J. E.
Baar-. A. V. Zelius, H. G. iDeSilva.
Ja-. < 'Ilrie-n.
Pr-cinct 15--Tho'-. Johnson. John
1I. Jone-. F. E. Commyns. WV. A.
Di.lihai,. HI. A. WVater-. lim-tf


Smoke DURHAM Ci-
'% '+TVAI&


IRHEUMATISM IXJ'.OUR
R H fu N T I sN smlers rrvcs9,


Is due toan acid poison which gains access to the blood through failure of the proper SlE11 Join Sl .
organs to carry off and keep the system clear of all morl,id, effete matter. This poison
throughh the general circulation is deposited in the joints, muscles and nerves, causing the most intense pain.
Rheumatism may attack with such suddenness and severity as to make within a few days a healthy.
active person helpless and bed-ridden, with di torted limbs and shattered nerves : or it mayv 1e slow in
developing, with slight wandering pain-, just severe enough to make one feel uncomfortable. the ten.
dencv in such cases is to grow worse, and finally become chronic.
Like other blood diseases, Rheumatism is ofien inherited, and exposure to (lamp or cold, want of proper
food. insufficient clothing, or anything calculated to impair the health, will frequently cause it to develop
*R in early life, but more often not until middle age or later. In whatever form, whether acute or chronic,
acquired or
inherted, Rheoumatism I Strictly a Blood Disease,
jr? and no liniment or other external treatment can reach the trouble. Neither do the preparations of potash
and mercury, and the various mineral salts, which the doctors always prescribe, cure Rheumatism, but
ruin the digestion and break down the constitution.
A remedy which builds up the general health and at the same time rids the system of the poison is
the only safe and certain cure for Rheumatism. S. S. S., made of routs, herbs and barks of wonderful
solvent, purifying properties, attacks the disease in the right way, and in the right place the blood and quickly neutralizes
the acid and dissolves all poisonous deposits, stimulates and reinforces the overworked, worn-out organs, and clears the system
of all unhealthy accumulations. S S. S. cures permanently and thoroughly, and keeps
the blood in a pure, healthy state.
Mr J 0. Malley. 123 W. ith Street. Indianapolis. Ind.. for eighteen monthswas so terribly aflicted
with Rheumatism he was unable to feed or drese himself. Doctors said his case was hopeless'. He had
tnedl hifty-two prescriptions that friends had given him, without the slightest relief. A few bottles of
8 S S We will send free our special book on Rheumatism, which should be in the hands S q
of every sufferer frnm this torturing disease. Our physicians have made blood and skin 4
diseases a life study, and will give you any information or advice wanted, so write them
fully and freely about your case. We make no charge whatever for this service. Address, SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlamta, a.


A Fair Dhivision.

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TIME TART*R.

LOULsVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.
IN EFF'CF JANI'ARY '7., W0.
No.';. No. "2. No. I. No. S.
12:15 noon 11 :2) p rn Leav' Pensacola .....Arrive 4:1.5 p in :.~1 a am
:1 I p In 12:. iighlig t Arrive. Floniaton Arjv 2:4 .,p in l :.: C a 111
4:12 p in ;:l:i a m Arrive ... Mobile .. Arrive 12:. isinoon 1.2:*1 night
,-:: p mu 7:41 a ti Arilive Now 4 rleans f .Arriv 7 .;-F:i a rn 7:45 p in
,:'.4 p iIIn :11ii In Arrive. IMontgoinery ... Arrlvt. 11 :-11 a In 9::) p in
1';:,i a in 7:1U p m Arrive Nashvlille .. Arrive- "2:1 aii 9:tW a ni
12:!. iinoon ': :;:1 a n Arrive Loui-vill, .....Arrive, 9:12 p in 2 :r a IIn
4 :01i. n m 7:' 5 a in Arriv.. 'ineminnati Leave f5:4. p in II :il p mI
BrtwkEiN PENSACOLA AND JACKSONVILLE.


Noi. 21.
11 :. nii1ght
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4:1 a inl 9:> a In
lIoot. Mon! ;: is m i 10::0 am
S7:4)a ni 11 :lSa I
S ,f 1 1' f r.1 :1,1 rin l v1 1 a. .:l5 a II 2:l. nool
I.:! .. i i- .; r:[ ,,ri.. k's eldrit l'h spells, .... .......... :4:4 p M
Ti.: ,4, '.. r.i<-. t v i. r.%, r w. rn' ilt stray ........ .. ...... 7:25 o m
C 'Jj tn'' we u w, it e s, v r, 1'!'r
-C-hw. sa,) Record.



KIDNEY DISEASES A

are the most fatal of all di
eases. WBIUSISSP
O KIDNEY CURE Is I
FOLEYr S ararted R diy

or money refunded. ContainsOO AND
remedies recognized by emi-,
nent physicians as the best for
Kidney and ladder troubles. i 1
PRICE 50C. and $.00.
WV. A. D'ALEMBERTE.

GICAND EXCURSION


gars at D LAaemuer'L To 'r,..nvill Montgomery and Bir-
Si in ih;l;am. Saturday niihlt, Marc.i
GO AY- :I. le.avinlii ion lepot a't 1 ,:i 1n
V- A -- II% II:lr =i--geer train. FA.re for
roui.1 tnl: Pen-aclla to Mont-
Grist and Corn Meal Mills, -"' 3-": to Greenville. TAI;
I, Birmingharn. $S.5 ") From Can -
5. F. GONZAiEZ & CO., Prop s, ''itn lm t.-amie -a. Pleniacola. Partie-
O0p s, irig leaperper will apply to ti'ketT
Manufactur-r. i .gent in tilne. Purchase ticket4- :it
CHOIIClMEALAN 1'lIREGRItOUND i'ket l'ice. Ticket; ,rood for five
STO(M K vI)iN dau-; t.) rt-tturn:. in any rgul:ir p;ts- .
STOCK FEE.) it,',r train. Fr urthier infrinfa-
I'l I roti17- Illon,. I-r-i;'u trv. for there Is t; !l ;:iD l.v tee
every rva-.an you should iuy your Meal and 4 RIl:T. K I NO or '
.stepk -'eel from the tion-. Manufacturer, P. T'II M AS,
for Iby so doing 'oi *nI'ouratgt home indus.
tvr. Your moni y :- ift in the community leitacola.
aWid you in rurn ar.- indirectly benefited.
in f.-tering the' hoim na nufacturer veryou
'j Tii.>ute to it. i-. of litnir. ) 1 1 ow Try 'I' i: N W- V:iit N.aColumini: it
it tI. tI romt unii ty in wtich you live and Will v ard iu.
wi i,'ld cotitributeb to o

TE BI IIA I CIIT T Al I IKE,


S.


A. FRIEDMAN, Prop.
AGENTS FOR


High-Grade


Liquors.


-II.VER BROOK. PRIVATE STO(K I1:N IHARI)IN SO)K I MASH.
VE;iY FINE; FRIEDIMAN' C'E I E RAID I IOLD I'R'\ATE
'SToCK. 12 YEAR. OLD.): (1.1) SILK VELVET'. KEN-
TI CKYhY PERFECTION OF PlI lTY. .\ND
I.1l'S (OF (OTHEIt I1RANDS WHICH
S'AC': WILL. No PEIRM IT
'TO MENTION.
rl ,,- iar... -t :tnl S.- l..c. d .' k f H, 't" W hi-kvy aind
\';n.- foer Fame ily l's,.
THE JUG TRADE IS OUR MAIN SPECIALTY.
.lPAI -. A tent fir the l-'.Fmnm i- P;al -: Milw:i ake.e Il;e-r. Free Deliv-
. l v,. ryv P i. t of the C(ity.


PENSAC'OLA. FLA..


SU/atsor- o po..
REAL ESTATF.
R(ntil and Insurance
AGENTr.
,,;:! r .!.tf, \ r',r. :.
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NICOLA CASSA,
RESTAURANT---OYbTlA-S.

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Tele.pherr4e l'7~c.


Delmonico Hotel and Restaurant


ALL ORDERS SERVED ON SHORT NOTI
AT ANY TIME AT REASONABLE PRICES

) Rooms for Rent by the Day, (llek o N Month
311, 312 lrth Tarrapig Streat, Oppasits Uniln 0
O-Teiephone 68.---
---GEO. WILSON & CO.,-v--
Don't Forget to Stop With the Fat Man
FREli VKGEBLES IECEIVri DILYT. IDOLUALE All RU


Huplim I'm rnBoarding


MIil toni
OteFuiiink Springs.
Mariannta
.River .Junction
.. ......'l Ts llabas ee .
.Jacksonuville


ni


No. 2.
:IN) p ii
:eip In
'p in
.3: C p m
.420am


No. 2.
i::oI p m
.,:-1 p ni
2:44 p m
1':57 p in
1 u ;4i) noon
1 :2*11 a in
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D MOST POPULAR BRANDS OF


WISD, LIDGUO CIDo IALS,

_zzBEBRMRS, ETC.,=-a
GLASS, LARGE OR SMALL QUANTITIES


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SALOON


Opposite Union Depot. Telephone No. 41;.


W. C. NORMAN, Proprietor.
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AGENTS FOR


PENNLAND RYE WHTISKY,
BROOKHILL SOUR MASH,
YELL IWSTONV RYE WHISKY,
DAIRY MAID WHISKY.
ATLANTA BREWING COMPANY S
CELEBRATED BEER-K E<;S A BOHrTTLES


NAME'S


PANTS!S


( Said about 50) pairs of
long legged. slt rt legged,
slim, fat, pusjy, bow
legged, straightt legged
all sorts of legged gar-
inits. as they got out of
the boxes and up onto
sour clothing tables.
6h,1 pairs of pants inl one
day is a good many. but
what :hout tiheil' Some
are a dollar a pair, good
eas-simere pant-. Some
are two dollars a pair.
good c:.s-iintre panta.
Somi are three dollars a
Spair. good cawoiniere
pauts. Sollie are two,
three and four dollar-s a
pair. good wor,-ted( pants.


WE DO NOI

buU pants fofr adrer-

tisingf purpOiioes-to i Oiiid

cheap. 1 'e li Hy good pant.,

pants that are n,'tde of

good goods: pants provided

with all the comforts of

home; front pockets, i'atch

pockets, (to watch your


money pockets


Ililitt in


case your wife wants to see

if she is getting half of

your income) pistol pockets

and refreshment pockets.


E-EVERY DAY-Y
o--.LLKLEI--
ALL &e CLEIN'S


Mammoth Retail Grocery,

502-504 SOUTH PALAFOX ST-,
ToloChon.01.0 8358.

LW 'Patron-. New and Old, are C',rdially I,'vit,.d to V% -it iand In1pect
thl ir Ilinilise Stock.


t WOOL PINTS

Solid as a rock. plain or fancy pat-
tern- for $2.T) tfhat will k..-1pa an able-
heodied ian lu-y ii;izlit- and day? t'o
wear thr-in out ini a y r. and for
par .t '.', aI IPd -' faiii -ya' ( -iiit reaelr
I);tit-t, ht|, <.( -,.a mttil ,f rp aed


knelc'.


E3. sEr.EriT,
0-PROPRIETOR O-r-o

ORON IWS YSA OON
0-DEALER IN-o W

Imported and Domestic Wines, Liquors and Ciars. W l
JUG TRADE A SP'rCTAT-TY. pant- for *;.1', that are, -
Corner Belmont and Devillier. Stq. PENSACOLA, FLA Patroiriz'e our Pantrv. it


A. M. AVERY,
fMAOsessm r AwD v Winoton.)
IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF


ur,- wor-t'|t.
imply great.
t,.,v'.


THE


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7
CE Iron, Nalls, Azee, Shovels, Saw Mill and Steamboat Supplies, CookIng
S. and Heating 8toves, Paint, Oils and Window Glass,
. (fe Agate and Tinware and Houselftruleting Good8.
ipet. Gans, Pistols and Fishing Tackle.
AGENT for Birmingham Rolling Mills Company, Revere GOlan,
Stitched Belting, Northampton Emery Wheel Company, Laftin A Band
Powder Company, Johnson's Kalsomine, Iron Klag and Buck's toves
. and Ranges, Wm. Coupe A Co.'s Raw Hide Lace Leather, Masary's Beady
Till. ade. railroad olo.
I a:n't. bat .'i Uemnai4A gla[a Da0m-maAna 1 1


LEVY-PUU


CO.


The Bg Doan Town Clotrien,


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THE DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA, PLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28, 1900.


A Csedidate Wants Jmk-ce.
QrVIXTrrB. Fla., March 7, 190u.
editor eDally News.
Please permit space in your col-
umns to show to the p-ople of Es-
cambia county the inju-'tice done
me by the Daily Journal of thr -titi..
The readers of that paper will ,,b-
serve the language used and the
spelling of the words of an article
to which the name of the under-
signed appears.
It is plainly e-vident that tie -,Il,
ibbject of the Journal in thu- lpi-
ducing lny article was to ii l.k- 'i-
latical capital out of it.
I understand that it 1 tthe pr.e-
tice of 'sil honiratble inewo-ni;i'r tin-i-
to fOrat pr-paue all utilnu-ciipt :,'a.J-
ed in toet ublicai'ton before it : ~
placed in type. a- the best of -p-tpl-
iln the world -, take. However. iII thi-. Cai- in t:i .v
wordt, were purpo-el-v chatinr-d ;tis,
spelled wroig iafte-r the ianiu-crilt
was handed to the editor. I a-ked
for the original lmaiIaucript. bit w-
told that I could i nt -,ee it. 'h-r. -
fore, the pe-ople will ju.L:- for the'. -
.elve.-. Thi- itizeli,'. -E-c i ;i)l
county kUow rin and know the J.-.; -
nal. ar-d *-v-rythla:. tiit pa;;-rr do.t-
I'oliticai!y ;e' I; ,It te o-;,-l.
I -;*- <.' tily.
< ll.lt:I.I S "A II.I.IA \1-
A .iht l" "j-rrror.
"'Awf.fa ::iXi, ty wa- felt f.r t'
a iaow ,,f t ;- brave (t'n,-r.> I::ra -
liain of MN i.l l 1.. ... w l 1ii t e iit -
ltil' tail -l1e 1 0 uld n1 tt l ve- till ll I.-
mg:r." write- Mrs. S. H Litr .,,'n. ..,
attend- I, lI .r ttil:t fear ftil ,l .n!t .-A l
thiou.rt.t -I e mi'ftst .-inI dil ftOln
Ploeutlni iaa. hilt l-,e b.,:.-.tI : r" lr.
King'. Ne li-c'jv+ ryv. -.i, 1;,., :t i, I1
mnor, than mice -;tavd er lif-. a
had cured her .f C'Au'ti-i tii oi. A'-
ter three snmil dos- -t e -e -*l-.t -i
all night. atid it- fir;f I.-r u-.- *.,.i:-
pletely cured her." T'.i- n):;Tv ',el-
medicine i- guarunte-d t, tilme- ill
Throat. Chest and Lunri I)l-t.-e .
O Inlv F and $1 04.r. Trial bottle- 'r '
at W. A. D'Alembert-'s dru1 -' 1 -

.4ttend Falk's opening to-
morrow. Thursday ( ind Fri-
day.


PERSONALMriES.
M.. Isopy. Laniartine*% baiubr. is still
@live In Frant-v at thie age of t2
RIM A. Cqiler. t'-i'tptrtille'r (ofNew
Vork city. 1% a pirimilulent worker In a
Niethodiat IUjisc,~ pal Sunday sehool.
4;poae ould 1I4said] to 1w. with hi;Q
plot"r [Me'n. the .aos4t democratic l ine-
Iter of tits fnmialy.. a thioniz llhalch an
eraza~tqir~al-l '!jqx-U-Ithe4 r't'lu.
301111 P'e"i~ alS1:1;111i i-a th#- salallest
ma:n iT1 V.V''I l-a:ta a 'o.Vv-s ar-,y. lHe is
ILT-It!on I 1 4 4 It1 0-11d .4 .. I ; Is II ve.- f( 't

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M..ss .Ali:ie I', k. tlh>ie .oinl. l n~:'u1-
tain cl!ialTr. In r- iti her tirips al o re
the clouds a n.:ti's s,::it of ndick .en;vaivs.
with! l' glnls f the -am.,' materlll
amBl .tout bLoots of t,1 r,'zlla! on moun-
taio t-'r i tes<-.riiti, n.
Iord Ibundonlld. one of their heroes
of the Acton IE lii.es flight in Soutl. Af-
rh-a. has a cur-ius nlition that a mill-
tary pwer shotlI nliv, r t ikPe part in the
detates of the hlouase of lordsl while
hotdingc the' q]ueui's commission, and
be never broke his rule.
Sir William WValrond. the chief
"whilp" of the pre.-nt British ministry.
has as hil ehlii.f duty to watch the at-
tendaunv of tthe hou-e of ctcommons so
as to know whether, if a division
come4tl. li1 ill have etnrilel rt I an to
give the' Cni ,''rnru't II nmajeir.ty.
Thonas Yates ,if T',lel Ailutrica-n !tizen who, took plrt in: th,-
fanjous t.l:arie ,f their I iglt trin lnle- at
Italaklava. lHe w.i in the- Seventee-nth
lanctierand nl ainiin*ars that the clha:rze
wvas ordnrel inwt of I.oril L.neani's in-
sane je.all.uuar of I.ord C nrlan.
Henry l-'ri-k. whose suit against An-
drew 'aruen;, is nsttrintii' n:muclh at-
tention. In oif SwiAss de 'scent. His fa-
ther was a Swism fairmn, r. w*io liv.l iti
11i'-tiaiork:tlaI it 'mit.:IT ':. H is riote;!i'r
was :a1 ;'-aii:lii. l d Sanla di. it lt

<.ld Medal- to H ARPIN'l- whi k v
at Netw (Filelai \ W-'r!,d- l-'air F ,
'.lgo' Try it. you will ::J.d r- :!. *
Judinle'- verdict..
S
P.'.n
Tie Jetis P lchB Pianl & Oran C1.
Wi move In their elegant neo quarters,
II a*lbi P'lefx street, in the Sinqer
Sewing Machine Co's **ore, March 26 h.
O aendl afterthtt dite thry will be found
there.

Attend fralk's opening
to-morrow. Thursday nd
Friday.
(leanin : li,- -kir;t- :.rd waist-
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WIRB PNMCING.
For the next 80 days A. J. Wat-
kins will order ornamental wire
CLEARAED feiscing at such low prices it will
o r bk Norwa" i-f. Bendr:cke~a, by w surprise everybody. You can have
K- -er& E' for Inv.-rness with I.-lg it any kind, from 2 feet to 4 feet high;
una~r.- 4t*i ft %own itnner. a15&s c it or you can get the best and cheapest
.n mlwcr.rvalue at ,t ron fencing of all kinds. When
you desire fencing of tiny kind done
AT QUAKATI3NE. leave your order at Win. Johnson &
Ru. i L '-.. ,,-, on. Hamn'urg to Son's for mie an'i vou will save
Nor tk ,'"rid de, ;i;. Peter-.n. Peruain- lloney and get first-class guaran-
ieo to ..rdr.- teed work. A. J. WATKI$S.
I : (t hi. iin" a .!'-r 77. 'e-rnnhitruc T.' I'taar-. I) .!ir*-'>lv t A i> '


Ku% lok 1 i-111. 7-0 .. ir-.:: ~In~a to
Nor 1)L -,I;'~r.i- Lrr -..Lortdu:. a

THE 2SliPkPI-Mv.


UrCa:ra m tV sctt. t --I..;! Tra:a-it Cn
fir I.v-ria.-.n.: .,;i. .e' .-AM;. e \
!parin Errie--.:. ..ol tri ae~ c~eia, WV.b
IKe-=.-r &i~
cola LUTti!)-!-

Rue' olunt'a',i-.7:. ur,!amari. to 'L
W~it ielI a 4"4)
NorPtaacx t.ai'.r.. to H 11
Bo~er
It Anige!a & Ir 2 .r-t.V1. l
.icfl a t u
tv-r tte-i-h '.7- c ..to Baur-.
it rr-i~i-.. t..-.~.to iaar.* IDun-
tocr M;u o-- '" it.. viI I I Byer

.Nr 4wn-n:.* a.'. ..o.to order



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ftCu
It Heano a '.i Hzzo. to )aC)Bre

It Ti unto. I.U'. irdtea: I to Basarr, Dun-
wody a 4,
Alit voedfa It.. Eck. to E 1: $auua-
der &Co
It Vo*na'z~an, -4.5. k arrari, toliaar!.'. [un..
%ody f& Cu


HMlli (4.
0er Elly. 47. Ma,,tn. to order
i."'H.)4)N BatS.
j am Florer.tce readich. 4i37. I a k. to J.:o
A MO-r.tt
AtiU uonuna Chritina. .'. Axeisen, to
order
,rt i Elsa A Rvrlo'. i., Benson. to master
kin M' alius tr. .'.. A x ln. t) tif-tti
lr JIulisa li>za)eth 4m, sweetiirg.. to mnia-
ter
Br Mabei lIariang. 1:.1. IRoberts, to master
UP. OLKAILED AND SAILEiD FOil PN-
bAC0L.A.
STBAMMWITP
14irg'vrn,. Ni* -. -'.1 Manctii,'te-r M.arch 7
ttll-. f iv. rr-n il. Bi. 17 Hull 17.March l -
tFerolia. Br. .'t.'. K.a:ilbridJe. Bimburt
S>lral. r- fle,'d!. Hr. '. ant Harrv. Jin :,
Hi nutidi. .>. -4.. 'i,.. .rp. Jan lIt
I -. NS 'r 1 .','. t Y.et)in Fl'i) :"
Lanit!..'i', SNor. l'.. ;.,li -sen, tir,::'sbv
Maten 14
O;:t N or.-,. B u i carryy Ma:c'i 11
1<41 ld lrni. i;i .-a i % L ti **
Itan. Nor. i 't'i. H nfi- u -.ia -il. M'ir.'h Ih1
i'.e l .Inn -.'',
1 hos Wacyman. Ur. 14;. .Wat:, arrived Rot-
te'rdatil. Feb '0

/.aLi-.tta:. -r'. p wi'aait.6 Ft'it :i
84 T Vq.
Au.au-t '.i-r. ';!a 'adil'ac Yan *'
I'al l g .-.a. Nur. ,id Nu1nariiicI 1.- 1 i
i t 'i.R.
Afli-l! .' *hx3 itlae. It. -al Mnar**'lr ll. .Jan "-
Aanta-h,-. Nor. 7. -1 ntw,-ro I-, I
Ada6. 1t -d. sAll. at Ts.tolo K v F--ti
I Ifr'-O It'. 77. 7 I ,'i l I-'Pa 17
i rrii:C. N 'or. II, -I 1.. -r M rch i
"ih ti. I t.. .. hI I1 I a :1.. 0!in3 .1 I: "'. '-,
C h( i:-f'ain. t,;-. -'.a t r.. a-t i. t .'.
I 'a tlliii. ,wil 1 H ut a i1 it
K- s mr auli a i .1i.Ant werp
I .-C 14
:riirt '. It -; 1 '- <
rilnt t -tav l i-. I i',t.r ni e-re' 7
)I l(n-,'. :.. ,7 \id '\J -!:a a M -','h i.1
"F:tio. IT. I t -: -l ,, '- .'-lt ;. a-bhore-
Nov" -N uei ar P. ; i t,, ani
(,aetano ts a'i .io :. ;i'. '. -1.1 Mar,-h '
Kentegrr:a. N.'. 7 sidt luc stadt March 7
Jo B a n l i f % 11 .-. i *..f a
Johai liti. Nor i- 1 1 ,-.l- irg l ii it
Marcelia. It. aid Hamburg. Nov .
M\|lueil>e. H Ut. r & i- '-, wil 4 F '*h "i'
Monte A. lt.7'",. -Id Mar-l-illes March :
Ol an. Kus. ii d I' "tlle. ict' 2
Po's, lsadre. It. I,'.'.sid Amrn, cerdam J aonl0
Pl'one-r. <,r. I .. I.-L,' don -r-i I a
Prnof,--r John-en, Nor, lm sid Brt. o
Feb.!T
Rucie.l'e I'. 1'. ,'14 4I4 Mt-.0.i4l.4 i Fetl- .17
ifb-. lan. 44'. at Bahia Jan 2%
titaqlIa K. It. *'.I. alt ir tt I'a.tLe. NUV II
Valuta. N>or. ld I.-ilh MCei 10
Virgania. It, aidm Madeirat. Feli >

We have saved many doctor hills
since we began using Chamberlain'-
Cough Remedy in tour home. We-
keep a bottle open all the time and
wheneverany ,of my family or my-
self begin to catch cold we begin to
use the Cough Remedy, and as a re-
suit we never iiave to sntid away for
a doctor and incur a l;aptg dn"tor
bill. for Chamtbrlalti'r Couht Rem-
edy never fail- to cure. it i- cor-
t.ainly a medicine ,tf ier-al n m rit arid
w-)rth.-D. S. MEAI:KI K. generall
Merchant and Farile-r., MattiP, Re.d-
ford county. Pa. For sale- by H n-
nah Bro-.. 21 outhi Palafox -tre--t.


IM PORTANT NOTICE.
Totb Contractorsand General Pubtic o;
Peljfacola:
Notice is hereby riven that on and
after the first day Union mechanic or laborer will work
on any building with any Ion-union
men where there is an organization
of said craft undtr the juri-.dictiou
of the Central Trades Council.
na'.f J. 1f. JcIRDiAY'.

Your Credit is Good
For anything in our 1ouse. We have&
a larlVe as-ortino.it of ConChes. l;e-d
LniLt-z. Toil-t 't-< and lB-drooii:
Suites. Iron Jed,,st-;aid, at $I np.
0 .11. PIRYoR'S
Bargain Furniture House.
'Freei Vaccination
On Tuieday-,Thursdays and zat-
urdays. from 12 m. to .; p. in., pl1"r-.in
will be vaccinated free of charn, .i t
the office of the Stitet Hoird of
Health of Florida. No ) We.>t Iutieu-
tetlncia street. Plihyicia l-iof the city
have kindly conuhent-d to p-rf the service at the hour T ';tir n ild.
W.%. K. H 1% K:I.
Ag" fit.

Three Large Stores
Full of F' RNITIRE. The finest
line of \WV;ilnut iedroon MuStms tever
.hown liIn P-ta-a ,l l ,. l'r-tt%. neatlv-
flni-h-ld lit 1, k ll-droomn tSuite at
all prices. IR-tttai and (C'hblt-r Seat
R,'cket-o. bir and little, cheap and
high. Look at them.
0. M1. PRYOR'S
Bargain Furnishing House.

No better Cigar for
the money made-DUR-
HAM-at D'Alemberte's

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


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SPRING GOODS.

We are prepared to welcome our


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Some and visiting people to see our '
SSpring Line which we are receiving .
" ~rapidly.


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



S Our Stock is Immense!


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


SIn Men's, Ladies' and Misses' Footwear
Swe are the Leaders.


Millinery,

Gnth.' FrlinefhLngis and Clothing almost N
Given A way.


The nest and most complete line of
Carpets, Xattings, Curtains, Window
SShades, Etc.


Ton are Corlially ITitcl to Visit Onr laiinoll Establishmineit


S We are Invincibles in Low Prices
This makes our Success.


C rMail Orders Promptly Attended to.
h Trade Discount of ",, on all Cahli Purciase-.



SCOHEN, FRIEDMAN & CO.
}?? WeaeInmbes' owPie
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W. B. WRIGHT COfDPAN

NfA M %4 *. 11 1; NI !,1 A.V! !' 1i \ -' IN

S' LUMBER, LATHE

SAWED CYPRESSSBINlE l-Drie
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*F. E. BRAWNER'S*.


^^WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED 0ER I!


DURHAM Cigars have _W I". 0 I -...F- "' "
no equal. For sale at Ladies' and Gents' Furnishings; also Ladies' and Misses' Slippers.
D'Alemberte's.


.Attend Falk'.s opening; to-
morrow, ThursdaUy a nd Fri-
day. ..


CASTOR IA
Fir Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears tae
ixgiature o

othin f .so t.vs of' a home
Oas handsompte furniture.
.Marston Finch hare an
immel seC ,'C Jc(-tfromn and iteyi trill sell
it to you tin long time and
eas'/ paymentst.

Room Mouldings
: .' -. p in 10 f.a:iev. at J.
V R,-s- t"- -. No. 11 N. Palaifox


27-inch Z *;-hyr (Giiiihtiahin-. ur
price .......... ............. ..


36-inch Spring lercals, oiur
price ..........................
33-inch Very Sheer White Lawn.
our price ......................
27-ilceh (.'h-*k N iti.-ik. 'ir
price ..........................
:.';-iich 1V ite :ind < o, <>ar-il
I'iqtui our .; li- .................
:4So inch Whi;.- Co('rIld Pili,-. our
price...........................
:;0-inch SoliI aid \\'hi:: Iin-k.
our price ......................
I Yard-Wide Sea llaid Cottoi
a t ............ ............ .


Calicoes


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Domcstics


AT THE OLD PRICE.

No Advance.
No Advance.


Remember the Place,


I 'iaItl-Nveitjfeitchmvilln IBipeaat-h
e-C.(jBa-tale -by Len-dual.- C''
-whiP-- it la t ............

\V~ri~tit-d.................j
N%',, rail t eWd. .ai :. .. .. ..r: .r t.~

J i~u-.. I-- i--- --d a f, 11 Pee- .-:-f k In
3 [t] St.aIIt -! a IiI,e- I ,e- :,'ri,(, : r- t1a

rol d 'w -, ig a a -
-T ara I r vart


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r- ad 4.'b1 'eI a.
fairmtior -aaiaarliaara air t!
01I 1%. Wihllt-%Cbai..: 1ti
tDianiel.A.r-nl.A

'old III% lv vt~a ermi.. ait ut a
1C. Wartl-en t C.-.
t theCa v oniteal-y terin,,t
Re-at Matat 11Agtency. ID. list- W
ger. .21411 Mouth Palafoi .tre--t.


I4P'INITPN WANTF) tmaa c.
w'ill do girnairat hiU.e. o orKa'
I@an SricrPerience.d cook. .tr-. ,-

N, hatdren. Rvfer-nveere-i-
at GiA JYa.'L&I~usbtrteet.
F it'.RFNXT- ~-OTai'1 A
r labe. nearIi. tercm- .
month. P. bloiruL-y.

:~l~-fC lame-ic -. r.-t
li -*A.-c~onel Jonn A.

cit tn v~p.-..iuda- in cir Paint: '-..la-


X TANEI)-Alt kinds of empty*

T ANTED-Otg beer bottles at IPA.'-
Woor Bros. ?


IfS,, ELISEI-F vir IPl.1AYPrii miw'
31 antd i kavr-ncarrtia i'4 row
its tiftb term i niti ~e re-v!-n.e cn t. a
n.-r (it k'aiafa'x aid .1a-i'a t.--
trste" on Jack~ion. Tenrm% a p.ii

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~laand dese.r in Hair (icoo'1. if Fit-I
Arttiati~c. Hair Oil. ec.Rbw. (.'
street.


There will be a menhit,:
IDettocritac ExpcUtive ('.ma r-
E-4c~tmbia COUn1t! it t th- -,I' '
J udge rfR. 31c(uni.i. ;:at t t
h fu~e. at :?A p.Iim on Th ur-, t
29:n tdny of Miarch. vowu. t-, c,
thp Imalifleaui-m id fvoter- j
cin itig Prmimary vlo~ct im',.
C. B. P~ftomi'
D)AN %IT-RiPHV, rit I
r~crotary.

Have Your PaInthi.-
tint Paper Hrinwcir (loemploY'
dlits-pP#eo1-. .initn upi-to)-(~t.-.
hv patronizingoJ E. Ro~- &v
Ii IN. Paidif-OX. Phoup 31%?.V'-

NAVAL @Tour-%MARIUKI
Ileporfexl Daily for The No-w.
Meows. A. M. Hemps .*4:..

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lurinh/urc or hotzseflir'r.'
In s ,h ifyout hmu
.11lirston 'jFinvI,.,
Thi/r prices are .

will .SeA~l fliwhat ,I)// .V I
sti 41!?time.


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Snirin iir i1e, of' TFi-to-I)ate Dress (4oo1


YOURS FOR BARGAINS FROM NOW ON,

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SPE14LPOTIcES.


Oft CWNT 4 WOqfD.


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OANIA ATI.W.r-(
S :C(N ITIE Swt Y I % I .
LIANI F1sHP-,1t. .
IS 11 E F Er.

fin )n- v. in..7. ,
ciarat~stra~t8of 1fl. 1".t

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Uniform Title: Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: March 28, 1900
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PENSACOLA has a Depth of 33 Feet of Water i* .thte channel at the Entrance of the Harbor.


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VOL. 30.


SOUTH AFRICAN WAiC.
Lord lotelwrts"* F'or..- are lloeing I'Pre-
paredl ',r an Advance
L.,)N-,). March 2.--Tio period <-f
ia.etivity armind Blouinf.nt-ii i-
ended ail th*a trops are beizur
nu-hed t.- the front with ;Aill o-ible-
- - tr -- :ir- >l-i:;i actcculn latod at tht-
railway station atind every pr'-i);',a-
tio I: b. ) i gIi made tu i n h forward
witl.,nIt dt-lay.v.
A dispatch fr-mI Lorenzo Mar(quez
wa s- <(i-il. Joubert, _comlns llidel-11-
<. If of the 'I r iansvaal army, .-
deat'. N-P details at- giv-ii. bu- other
('- ..it"- frin 'r'-tori; a a to hli- theinR
it, ,i-ivor., it ve ll l ii{gstalted that
t!.,- hurg .tr- tn';ni kill lim if th,-
ii Itifh reacht-d Pri-torl le:J' to :t
(1,,ubt a- t- wi, .: hi-r ii- death wa.;
foulm natu'ul ca I' ,, :;.ot.


UL.UILinL JUUU'-tU eIIt I.,, ,,, wtIII
Reported In Parts hdAmt nerton Will
PuDchs*ae Data West Indi SUSPECTED BY BGERS Z Y-., -m 2.- -rabl,-
DT D~myNw YORK. Ma~rh L--A H..,ihl rllS-
patch from Paris saT-:
FranceMtabei. nmor,- than onihnaryin--
His Life Is In Danger if Pre- m In- I
Storest in the question of tht.e sdale f the e
toria Is Taken. Daniih Wost hiliks to th, ULit.,.i States
ft r th 'i -iauivinistII.is dp.4- .--, th.tt this
country has th, right t,, bid &Frt ; ca e
LEADERS ARE WORRIED the i1lads. a,!paron the uarlwt. R- IT
Iport,, that for some tuinm nivav b,-n in
cirvulatin to ti. effTct that th Unit'd
HofmeyerandrdShreinerlDenouncedlby StUts w tr"g to buy th,, island.l Nev
Tranwvaahlr->-<*upe c mit Only I pon I gnvwernmnt as.- Danis-h tdil-matic
ldcd e. agiti ilnl Pariq anA p t1whr,,. a
The -;ri% %1x-r.,;this nmorming how-
BL.,EMF.)XTKIN.T Mar,'h 27.-A raha'y Ths].;u is Vs this or-iu, how-
":o ever, print a disnat'-h from ,It.lugt de- r-.'.i sIntiasa.,' wa\s auido Sunday to cLhring ,h.-t a bill providing for the salh Fr
wv:rl Frankf,-rt. Th.- Sixteuth Lum- to th Unit.,d tIates will l- uittrodueed wn-:
(vrs. 1>v- skiranihiing, drov, the Boers in the Dn,-;i-h parliament t ir wt k. It hav
is g .n,,ntirv known that a. thetimt of
fr, ,t ).,irptions into th,. oq>-ii. when '^"*.^ ^tM^'"'-*ra,,
frm th-ir po.itions into th, hvihl Pr-idlut liarrison's dhftar f.v,- r-el.'- ,a
th- Nintth Lance..rs ittomptf.l t-a ,rflank rionu n-l:,tiations of this !irt \v,.r. 11 p.a
*h, *-.-mrly. while they wroy .eragr d f tle n-;i:ir of ,o*,sumr1ati'u. Pr-.idelt r:l
trom th- frint hby a dismounted .s'tion Clevlland, bi,.g opposed t the ,xtr.n- t..,
Af thI Sixte.nth lncers. Our casual. to-ef A rian ;rriotry, i. :iatt.Tr i v
wos artdroe'rt! ul. i'tohx'w ..lv ,, t rtionr11 kta-
U.,- ar- ret !rt<.d to b,, f,.w. r,,n ,,f D",:uark. '*- "*


CHICAGO LABOR TROUBLES.
('Ity Authorities Will Endeavor to At-
feet a Settlement.


rt INA I t Ci,.,A.<, March 27.-The national
building trade council has taken up tl *
S U fight o,,f the union anffliated with the
reed Upon by cthica, ita i ng tradhs conm-il. It haI.
CaUCU3. s.nt thousandUof cir ;)niitrvy from its h a4l,]urters in St.
ILouii n,'nfving nteml-rs? off thl' building
FOR DUTY trmh-s,.ftn, troiub.l, in i 'hicago. It :-
tsaid th,- tf.r-t of th"- crciilnar ha-l s
1o ke.n hnidr:.'d of t i'll away from tChi-
Stbah titnted IFor ,; o -,, w ,,i ul thrwi..., hl v -*t n
It Al-o l)Deliife htre
A thv ,Isla nd In th, ,cirv council nla-t nitvht a resoln-u.
fti wath- ,llnd n -d th, the mayor
oi 'er. to anp!l uli a oluIt:Iitt"' ,of fiv- ,'itlzell- to
try t4,< **' t. a wo.rtl. n t of ti difftTer-
h *7. %rna'or tilt., I rtw." l h uilit t'rnactrors'
dut ed thaul.'nldi (clluncil and tha fhmulih trad, couucil.


n ruLni u

BILL IN TH

,asure Was Ag
R-:publican

PZOVIDE3

v Irovi-i *'-Sti' m S nd 1i -
tatil-, of ltesidentis u
Ie,,ldept (Comminls1
,' \.sili, UT"ON, Marcl
,k!, r hI s today intr.),


POWERS IS HELD

AS AN ACCESSORY

r ::-ied For Complicity In
Goebel Murder.


(C ERED


.ililon of the- F:vidic-ne I'For
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I -.t% I, la ..\ .r, 1% lhich 4 court
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1 '. .\ .l'**-r uti. .'-utatlonu
. : .. lr, *;. .r t I- h f,-uw ., ar.o
.i<: ;rir,.*unI,"t: tnny w loild
,,todu,,.l ;,r t. ,delf-n,- and they
,i< watvy furthi-r fitasn ation. T h
.i.,11 ,i.uKdI t. P,,wers, by Governor
.,r tw O l -ud wsi a a # aor to the pr ,wation& and
.... i tat tth, .-f,.dantdt hedismisd.
...l l< S*aalth <. ,t G ,.ovrn r., ot..,- a TitL,. A. t tht" time the
Pm nl*ttl < n-ror Brrcmts
!. hut ?t- ion-mner be disminoiwd
"h** s 'l'ln Th,< m'T'ron was
'I limi v.-a- akvl f-r. Judvo
-4Ad:
4 r t t:\ ., rt tha! I ,w,-r-. fir. l
,t, k:.,-,l ,,vriv ,nor G,'Iel-L
*" ,vl,! 1., It IP uiy .1plunlo,
\, t- .. in,..-d w ith th,' o, n-
'., k;il l,!; I -hull tb -rs form
,T h to. !., ,' I t i %\IT -hUt bhail
t'rnihkln .,,in'v -r.tnd jury that
.. !*-. :liIv* l'.* iI'*.d."
: *h. Pw'r- ..-.* w .i, 1 : ,:* atL*,l ;I 'h. ," .0m1 onI'.wle[ th
*\ *'. '..k. "' -'" .f the ,th,'r
:* .t ,tji,:n .I.hln [arj i. ,or
I 1 'ult":i. wii...tii- als <..-harged i
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1\"..:n v }',l,-. a-lk d That
t\ T. ,r" i i:;I l 2 ', k
T7 t T i tt ,O'f haviiii
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FEDED THE AUDIENCE.
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. : 1A %l w ,d1IW while.
: ,; t.1 f,.r ,rd r. u t v-
.-', ,,',< < ,rni',r Briw,
.. ,i ,l-l that he had
a. I ..l -.tnry'! nanmrks.
,'. ..,in! ".'. at ,,I,. * .l. 1 I),l 1,v ,- oid the

"SCTHER ARREST IS MADE.
,. .:.. %%1th It-lan all t-c --
.. .M-I '-* Miurder.
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\-,,.-',uh: ha- arr.-t*-1Hl E
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". -'.*i n- t l l* m tal .1 *,hn
S. v t 'h.. ,.fl . *f '.l


nt, to the Pucrti Rican bill which
>e h.,4 n-,r,,, tt,, by th, R.'publiMani STOLE
*us. Ti, uwnitndent-, wr, incor- (low ,
ted,, ii tih ,'\v bill uud thel ILll in-


.'.-- .d a c ai 11''," rwmasnure. The first
c:.' r ,'!;o1(' a i- m d n i -.tio3n :
.i.i h :h i 1h: italnt- art d. '-rited
.r:/. .. ,of Pu'..t,, Rico, and aw such


DETECTIVE'S


DOGC.


WAA.I 1IN <;IN ( II \T


gro) Ot),witt'ld ((Ian Ofler and


rF -la '.. 1 iia, a a Our Na;:i >n.lI
C apiplal
\V.W A 1 if .,a[re, -'. Fi ind-
,.f t: .i.a ;',,. d P .r-t:,,i lIco ta. tT bill
in ;i -" ---anAto- i xiri'-i" .- i.tir '- confl-


RINW >.l>D, ,a,.. Mar'h -7. Itete-
rtive Prry Phipp-. wh. .. ,- th,: fa-
ions Chlatmnoogit hl, xl" %viin s -, e t*o
Ringpil y,..r.tflay mirinmr hunting


d": ,'- 1: tr-ir ac i lity to x a-- it. IThe A difsr'tch trom aMueru, .-..:<,land, ICo l Clark E. <':ir o. ,ho i- ,,x i il %-.. ,.w ;1 "l t', ill ,r itti,,n ,f rb<,- (m o- ,f the t.-rrih nl tlan huat.rs. It,
,. :t.-t ovr fr- trade or tariffon ilated Manl-vh it26, NyS: Paris, ws Unitd ttr.s minister to 4;;.l Sat-.., -, whrs., in t'. ,old bill .-ms that Phipps had put th,.- dogonert
D ,,n m ,,rk at that tim e.. hI Cll. c ntrlnis th -y w r,,,o c!t d "'.ti n. (oft illth tso hu t 'I I* '',t i f \v v [ a
thl. h--a:1 w -ll t.- trat-ferr-d to t! e "'Thi Basutoland gwov,.rum e.nt is buay this a. U tim., Hfms th , r")ti I tA**.i n" t o h un t a ne ry. thief who had ts t.,,,.---,wh.r, rr-,t inmaication-all vllecting native's to o,. .mnploycd at Tiw flowing prviiAi are ubsti th wthrh. The and..o t is -.
poitt to a dfa: of te tarit oe.r- Bhnfnttein un repairing the raids. Nothing Defintte Known. t fr i ri o as met up with th, t hief til. two be-,
ure. M A for, savh27-Th taeml~ rct,1 n miPer, in co from po, rticles t th,, thi,,f augh to, h ,] i f xth,"nt
It ha- b .heln found that th- present Th- uativ-s report that the Fre tators WASHINGTO, Mar'27-The state mptrtrintoPuerto Rwo from portsta E-thfaiht ho of then
force of the treasury department i. on the borders of Bamutoland have re- department has not been advised that )mtsi.ie the Unitd states: about the dog's neck n th two went
Tha.. Il. ld f. erth. p ss ge ..f 6 ab out the d ,og's net 'k and tht. two wet t
in adequate. The force i the office fusod to go to Krloastadt and are stay-.the Danish goverzonment intends to intro- a- hat,,fn nv terihffc.setad noff together.
of the treasurer will be increased iua on thtir farms, an it is now the duce a bill "408in the Daniash pm- hallb,, levied. collected and paid iSENSATIONAL STATEMENT.
materially, as will also that of other plouatingeoum and they are inclined liameunt ir for the mile to the all articles import into Pueto !
divisions connected with refunding to keep their land and submit rather Unitediof the tlands. of St. Croix. frmi norts other than the united State Alien Fuller s.ayv,* iHe Wa Forced, to
op, rations and the issue of circula- than give it up and fight. Negoationlhave been in progre be- which are iuir-d by law todbe tedM ituroler.
tion. Appointments will be made Repn.n tfrom N l show no develop- tween the two gvernwntinm rather win-m arti imtaed into the United M oMa 7 Alln Fller
for ninety days. anuts of imunporta have occurred there definite fashion for some time past, but Sates fromt foreign countries proided ,
Senator Morgan has introduced an up to Mach 23. A dispatch from the have ot yet eched a stage where the that e all coffee in the beenor grTuan d itate that he did not gp) to, the ,scene of
amendment to the Alaska bill, pro- B pr ,wup at Glenooe, dated March 20, lexilati v e nation would seem to be nec- imported into Puerto Rico therhall the Pottle murder with Alfred Red
hiding th at rights and privileges for rays: essar" bet levied and collected a duty of 5 cents alone, but that he was c mpelled by two
ineinded td suleAlat a shallfbet-itain thettar in s tl. ( nr:bemadeotho DeAl PrlCtleally ('on,.luddl. ,per Ipound, any law or pa flaw to the white men, one arrmd with a Wi-chts-
tviide tooei ^ n~a Subjects of Great Britai .h R^ ^ ^ %v~wht force Gont-Jo Boha mutrah nowtstnig an V
and Ru-sia on the -ame terms that.and Merer have bekn joined by their LOSONO, March 27.-A dispatch to 'rthrthatall Spaninhd;erEnce, l ter rifle, and the other a pistoL to) help
th,- count i{-,r rant citizens of the wives. Pretorin, with a piatrl, got be- the Exrhaqg Telegraph company from orary and artiStic works, not sabvereive Rt- l in the crimnl.r h reat
IUnit-d States in their provinces tween an advanoegard ft lanuters and' Paris sa the l tofthe Danish .Atille of public ord,.r in Puerto Ri<..-hall tbe Tuhita m, hen Fll. h ral i
bordering on the Arctic Ocean and the main body March 2). One lancer,to the nitd Stfhas practicaUy been adruitted fir. of duov. Huit, il h i t
B-hring -ea. who refund to snurrender, was .shuot." o hleted.it! lipvel by many, who have always con-
_-_-_- -- A Ladyvsmith s w.ial savs: o YNHN IN MARYAND tnled that Fuller di not kill Mrs. Pot-
Weltiper Davi lReturns. "A Bw'r endeavored tI, trap a MR. COMER'S SUCCESSOR. IN I M RY. tld without -iqalei.
.NV%- YoRK, March 2 -Anmon*, party of the 'ro: .-nthpI-u-;sars March Negrip Taken From Jall and Hnanged In iefenre of General Mlle.
th a gers on the Ailer wict ,; at W hbunk. A hotcha.,rsulted Central Directors Will .Meet at Savvan- nIl eFor A.ttopted As eeaauln-t..
thri edhsornt n e e tran d seval Boers wer, woun ded." na April O. Fr. I At.tMpt.d --ii ar-iTAt, Gt:.. arch 2.-htia .ignt
'd t nortit< twa We r Advir Atoay frof n Cafo pe Town ay: S.VA.N.NA][, arch 7.-April 9 the di- 1v.l:. a n,, ., whaxb l u27.-Lewi D.Har-'co. .uni-ation to Th, aChroni le. Mr.
[ :*Rain. -istant ,-cri-ta, vf thilt- "i'Pitimaregmnemrl throughmt South Sris, a nogri. whiplitSunday ning
t ;rior. He sai there wa. no found Afr and river, which have en dry rtors of theOentral of Georgirailway Cattempt and t aault Mis nni Have- non, a guest at th e H*
Tin to th r port t:at bi, c i--it to tile for yvars an! b6ing flol,.d. Many camprn will moet in Savannah to *elect a tue- hr ir. Tv kes and wit, Judne H. D.
ITwl l u. shlilt. at h frhoiner ionar Belir, waslynched 1). Twgs antiEditir Sidney Iewix of
lHe believeas the Boers will be able Itrmfor dtin ^t Bn i he dwill ceo tol Mr. H. M. COmer, late presi- at an early hour this morning. From tht, siprta I.hmaelite, eonct.rning their
t! continue the struggle for some illnor militate against the Btish ad- dent of thodimpany. This wil be the the time that Harri.4 was dragged from pis cenur of theduct of (kn-
toeolitu t, srggefo omrane. h publi.shll en,-m'e of the v, ,nduct (if Oeu
1:"' .. 'ke ammn.gith'e BRKr prisoners ou reialar qnarterly meeting of the com-hi eill until hewas strong up he was eral Miles toward Pnr sident and Mr.
.It I'ar d A grhe.h. tran.gr w is iucrea.ing. Three p1tny. A I ecial mmmittee ha" been sid to have spoken but one sentence Jefferson Davi. Mr. Cannon contends
.l 1 .Ar aths ,iur.l.d Marvh 24. Tvphoid named to form resolutions onil the death That was '-if I did it men, I was trunk that Guneral Miles simply obeyed orders
<'.MI,'N.. March l --The jury in iloi c'iitms 1(. victims animion ." tlpris.- of Mr. Coiner for presentation to the when I did it." when he put Mr. Davi in inous. and
.1,. c.:-4 olt- r-poirtrs-, H:.y a i and normal the pqpmustio mof %ill qstn dinrctors Mis.s MeIlvain, Harrisa' victim, isalout that his visit to Mr. Davis was oine ofi
:' ,:in.. ch ,rz.d with e,,c.apiracy ilt foar l il .i.ni. The apeulation as to who is to be the 51 r'ars old and lives alone near the condolentce, and not of offense or insult.
all'n tliat Fl S!:,tw hadconff.-.el A n,. ,- in f ,th, hund wa!. ,,Hl at new pre.idcnt of the Central amtintinues rtilvy station. She was all tuo thene
to i... inrd.r of ais anot-r and Purl Mar'h 'i and wa, att.1nd-dd lv and. s, far as can e ascertaine1, no one alsr at ilniht Satday and att.k- hfo(i
-:,ldimo|,lei r. f;aii-l to r-e a.n v er. wnmbs of th a., -idinntiie, in Savann.h apIWUrs t> know exactly by a n"go who was afterward identified Will often cause a horrible Burn,
we- di-charge.i t!:i ,ornn. It pa.st,...d r.olun,. .-rer.tting that hi ul n)n wh >so ,ahmulderv the mantle is to a. Harris. Thel indignationm armustl by Scald. Cut or Bruise. Bucklen' Ar-
( g, wer.-,nt wo nat en u!wtd h,- full. Vie Pr,-,.id-nt John M. Egan of tlhe ertne was nun- intt.nse, because nia Halve, the best in the world.
C...on .Q, ,a.i.,ns. .,th \w and ,dowlaring that any"-t. th0, iwu.,tral. who ha bo-n proninently ,!' the fact that it is the s.l.nd if the will kill the pain and promptly heaL
N V Yo,.1N Marc:, 2,. Cotton i- '. n-it --.-h!ivh h ,os not rt-qx.t tho'ind.-. menti.n-ed .s Mr. ('Con.r's s.ucessor, kind withm a month. Willian Blf.k, it. Cures Old Bores, Fever Hori.
.,,,,t0-d to-day -* f0olw-: \iarh. ..ndrin.. of the republic will l dtri- tat that he has no idea who will be a r being nind in the ti- lcers. Boils, Felons, Corns, all lin
9 ',: April, 0 9. May. 0:.; Jiunm. '.nl t ) th,. Briti.ih inter.-t.-s ,f th elvi-,d t, 1l1 Mr. Conmer's pIition. moro jail awaiting trial for sault on Eruptions. Best Pile cure on earth.
Mr. ei- ; air Mis Jessie Biradford, a yolng wonmaun Only 25 cents a box. Cure guaran-
. : Ju, v. :ol AII.tH-t. 30. 'a. Mr. argrve, the hif a "e that -k finds." He that riding in Albreen. front which place teed. Sold by W A. D Alemberte,
-. ttl, ,. .i.tie-i. another war within six virs taket Hood's Sarsaparilla finds in last night's mob is suid to hav. come. Druist
Tl,, .... -Ir ,---lotl,.. ars..-s ,indn.:: dance waM r sh rante.riz, al t it use pure. rich blood and conse- --
th. A 1m- r ] al Tokhol r<:al tvar asuaI ltnntlon olof thr, Ja ez.A.t q tlently good health. B1.ST OF ALL t hild .t.rn.d to ,Death.
f ;h. n.A m.;.l..' , Tl.hni' .urTany to. ""aa n f J Tocleanae the system in a gen le NIAV S 'I.I E.,. S'.. Mart-h 27.--lerth.
.ay ratti. l th. r,.,mn:".ndatin ut the Ge,,nerul White was present and stool ENGLAND MAKES APOLOGY. and truly beneficial manner, when r t.-ar-ld il of Mr Jo h
Irp.- ,,x,.ept >t< own-rship in the L'^a, Town, assuring thm of his s.m- Opena.,fMi.crum'sMall I. Explained and perfect remedy. Syrup of Fi. An-l..r> ,l of this ,h l.e, was a-'t'iontly
t.o-k .,f thle ltilg Dis.t aic iown iany be pathv in ithir enforded lhome-gIin and by aalabury. Buy the genuine. Manufactured by bIrned to death. The, little fellow wa
trat.frrt to th,. An,.ri,-an Teloaraph -le.lared thtr the records of th, siege of NEW YORK, Mar,'h 27.-The state- the California Fig Hyrup Co. onlv. hitting in front of the fir* playiug with
a'i-i T-l-p>h->n-, ,--nipiny.v. They als, lAt(lyvmith are among the br.htest an- ,.ut that Enilawl lhs apologized for and for sale by all druggistst, at 50 a piece of 44 per, which, in sltf way.
rath.-l th. r,,mmndation that two ,als-of rhe nation. the oni of nl Macrum's mail at nt per bottle. caught r ignoring hi lohes.
.r.* ,f he Anri-an Telecranph adl Michael Davitt arrived at Irenzo the nig of ularum's mail at ce
T.lephow .st,.k b: ex,.chaing for twh Marqueoz March 24. Pretoria was made by Re-preseuntative Nek llnrokrn by aiVall. Will Not HIe a Dirre.tur.
share of -t,4-k held lu tith Amrican Bpll A dispatch from that port declares the Berry, one of the Democratic members iNoXVILLEM Marah 27.-Matthew Har- PT 'R. Mrch 27.-Sp liotn *
..I rletIV Br are uing uativ',s to cnrtrnict of th, hos.- fortign committee. Repre- f[ . 7.1 1,- to whether or not H. Prick win be is
New,%. ta',n-.p I.I:7". ronch", around Johnne--blurg, adding ,-tt.ive Brry a 4hld at the state de- din was kiled at the Carnegie iron fur- h th n Cr ew
']alit the min.s an, xpi'cted to. shut down part nent to talk over the charges made nace at John*,n City by a falling ele-* director of rthe nw Carn g company
JF, K.VII.i.I.. i'M..NaRh. 27.-4om- ;i. b Mr. MIf-umn, and it wa s during this vator. He wa on the elvator when the ha ben, disposed of by Mr. lFick.
inir- an.r N. H. K,,ll" of the Philadel- A disiatchi from Durban says: iw!,-vi.,w that S,-cretarv Hay made the steel cable hosting it broke. It fell a When asked the the question he replied
plua T'a,'" l.ue. wh, has been in "WillIam Cox, a newspaper worrses- tatment that the attention of England cuniderable distance and his neck was in the lnegativoe.
svv ah Stv.ral davs inquiring what nde whoP ws rel*e from" impris- hai b-t.n ,.lhed to this violation of in- broken by the fall Death ww instant& al hw nOna- h p.
%,an a ,t,.r& ap lin.- wouid have ltnmqtnt at Proetoria, hasarrived here. ternational law and that Ird Salisoury neou,. .lsqudro ffth.
wab the Quaker City. has arrived in Mrr. 'ot saw -retary Ritz and hai made an investigation and then had Yo]KOHAMA. March 27. A Radsi=
J-kionvll- it the -tutt miision. Hi s he evidently wrri t th m an apolwgy to this country. Profor Morrow ad. quadron has arrived at Chemulpo. ft
,.4pre44oIls ,,f this port nid the prope- rn orent s int ronsM at The apolP,-y wasTdiveredhat the state CHAMPAld-iIlls., March 27.-Profetor bed th1NM prsaeP a demad
fq I%.. lu,,t% fthspt n te -the "Transvaal! capital bitterly accuseMr. d -tn.n ~ rd unfore. O. E. Morrow. for many yesim at the in believedi that this prempsaon a dtennndl
nvV buMa to go through it arte sid t ofmeyer, the Afrikander leader, and dpartnt E. Morrow, for manyrcession of land at Manno and ii
6-, favorable to rhe ertablihment of th," Pammier Schreiner with donertinw them. THE OFFICERS WERE DRUNK. head of the department of agricultur ofarousing uneay onomments in Japan.
':', They say they ,xpeT'ted 100.(0i) Cape the Univermity of Illinois, is dead at his
Flor'e F'ight With IHoxers. tlounist to join the republics. (Genmral Serlotns Charger Are Prefe.rred by a home in Paxton, Ill., 60 years. In Strike at Knoxvlloe.
..lobert in apparently mspeotoed of half- Former Chaplain. 18f9 Professor Mor became pident KNoXVILL., March *7.-Two handre&
FoKx... Mar.'h ..-- trox ,ove hearted s a Ctand Mr. CoDx gathered that of th Agricultural Collegeof Oklah(omao. Koi l Wol
rn.I11 i th-ntth i:.usumntig alarliing his life would be in danger at the hands NEW YrK, Ma'h .- Rv. Dr. He reiredw about a year ago on account union employes of the Knoxville Woole
. ,i>.>.-..u- Nw.w< lias t.',u r,.,'.-ived of th, irate bfrgher-s if Pretoria is l.t. Frank M. W .11-,. frm, rly ('1\ aplin of of ill health, mill went on a strike at 10 o clock. Re-


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ROMANCE.


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fasal of the company to rec<,*niae uh
union ii the canue.
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup is unquestlio-
btv Ithi- mo i't r-rniarktblo* r-in* ,leC.41 to)r thl# ii r-of if throat antl Itsr II rti h-
16-. It ha ctir.f- tihoulibudi( a un hoii ta ion
wotnd r- in i litany ca. 't of In lxpisilt con-
tliM pt 11,11.
WOOD WANTED.
Ilidl : re d-ir-d for '2,1 4 1 'ord of
good pine wood.
221nlw PROlI ICE C0.

Furniture at all Prices.
WV re (lllini (lining ro In table
it btrzain prices: al-o a to-.'-.. h.d-
-priii--. |nattinos, kitteh n -;:if,-.;nd
kitchen eabJnet- with brpa'l board.
ch,-t- for tlotir. and draw-r,4 for
Siteh.-n utenijl anrd tablewar-.
('ill and examine them at 0. M.
Pryor' 4Harwain Furniture Houae.

Attend Falk'"4 opening
to-morrow, Thu sdayaand
Friday.
We hevemoved to II S. Pali'ot s'r-f.
We *reapermanentNixtu there. Allwe
want is a small part cf your p troiage.
Call and look t our instrument*. THEY
ARE BEAUTIES.
Jese Frocc P{i & Orman ro.
I I H. Palafox Street.


the Fir-t T.n, s-<.c r.,-irut, has pub-
lished a l .ot r hIr,- a -.a rT'! rihant dnIrunk-
tniiTs.' is prtval,.nt um!en'--th, offi,-.rs
a1d private., ftth, aIn!y in th, Philip-
iw'.a. Dr. Wells :t-, alA-4 ,., that on
tlp'. vovi '- lio :,' m., i imar,'I tht. tra;ipi rt
Iditana ,fiev-r wrr- r'p ar. -iy iit0xi.
.'tr I.:tnn'r "t, vil-l fr nm- to mniin."
A.\," :mirr ...... f.vn fr,,ni the Bap-
trt ministe-"' finiV.'ntii. b, .ru which
Dr. W,-ils Wi \ thi> stt.wmr.nt, i. gning
to Waahin. ',,n to mak<- a protst -,
Ir,....dent MoKinle'y and ask f,,r a rem-
o,!y f.,r the- ,vils co

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We -e permnently fixtures here. not-
ithstanding all reports to *be contrary,
and we ar now at 11 S. Palafox street

. rd oI S. Palafox Sreet.
11 S. Palatex street.


New Plant In Operation.
MiIDI.isBo,), Tenr.. March 27.-The
steel plant rAlling mill made its first
",roll," which was very successful. The
plant is now in full blast and the rolling
mill will le operated simultaneously
with the furnaces. The plaut has until
recently been idle fur two or three years.
PRICKLY ASH BIITTRS curpe di;i-
ea..-, of i,- kidney-, clrai ;ns. andl
stre ti:o-n,- the liver. 'tonm.ach ind
b twel. For ale by Hannah Bro,
aA .^-j 4 +,&"A- -_-_


ONE DEAD; OTHER DYING.
Fatal Fighlt Between Brother.-Inu-Law
at F-'ayettervlle.
FxvrunEll-i.Kr. Ga.. Man-rhl 27.-()-;
Saturday aft-,rnoon th,,re ,'*'nrr,,. !'
mi;l'r from thi, t.,wn. a ftig t, th,, r''-
silt .f which i- one, of th, (,.omblata.itt i,
r :1,1 aHnd th0 ,,othr i. ,tyinp.
.' .-A 'M F*' ;.!:,'y ailan W Ni]l:ill }E:, E .! '
a br ,.N i i ov i r
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i.. :- :: ,:; : i :.; ** : \" ,;;iy 31']'!-
ti;l;; and w !ll Il'. J-: i ful'nil
Whieelr Inx ited to Auwui-ta.
W\..mi!\,,T,. Mar-iih :7 .n', lt!" i-;, 1 inv er-., t It ", i:n
Augnsta on the niiht 4f A.n 2, Th,
llvtatinq t, o u.ctu t, re f'i from tow
aughte"r, of thfc '*nf^T.'. and i,
f,,r the lwnefit ,f the' Wi:ni, Davis me-.
morial fund. It is pnrlbl,'1 that h1 will
conuent to lecture.


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m:tkes ppjll thin. Tiiy n-,d H.o--
t-tter's Stom.,'acth Bitte'- It o nc-
Thii medicine will enabl,] th.- t,,'-
:>ch to do it-z work prop--rly. I" fil'-
tie halif-.tarved blood v,.-, l- willi
pilre blod. piromnotes ;,i~iinltt,,
A:!d nutrition and :rin c la k t, !:
and -tr-ntzth. It cire< -;t '1:, c
tr:ouble-, liver and kidney di- ...-.
that a Prinate Revenue Stamp
cover? the nt-ck of the bottle.
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We are Sole Azents For
''ay- er & Allmnan's. Chas. M.. N
IvPillt,' and Cleveland Wail '/Pp-i
, .,-. 1 ::- \Val| Paper< lFc .l 'ii ,
.:- : ,-. J. F. It,,. & C "). N ,,. IA
N. 'Palafx. Pho ells.:X2. 24f-tf

Don't Pay $40 and $50
f,, [- SF !'ti M.AC .,n y :;. best make wi'h oil the
it- pi: -:,veinsnts at 0. 3. Pryoi'-
-"r- ri! Furniture Hou-e, f,,r from
., t.. s4. ,- 4tmi'lly ;,s cheap. Call and see
:;t: b.k "tyck.


D.AXILY


NiEWS.


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNE-ODAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 28. 1900.


NO. 46.


RESUOJL ARENEG T FRANCE GREATLY AGITATED.' NEW PU R O


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NO TESTIMONY


AL~enaz-aixs opening
to-morrow. Thyirsday and
Stomaebt fTrouble Friday.


Stomach


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MEDICINE Bitters





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2 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28, 1900.


A Wife Says:

"We have four children. With the first
three I suffered almost unbea-bAk pains from
12 to 14 hours, and had to be placed under
the influence of chloroform. I used three
boodes of Mo#her's Friend before our last
child came, which
is a Str fat ard
bhealy boy, doing
my hosuwork up
to within two hours


cdf rth, and suf-
kcdWbutawfhard hj
pa&M. Thi lini-
mat is the prnd-(
a T r1tmdy ever


Other's

Friend


wlS do for every woman what it did for the
Minnmota mothw who wr ites the above let-
er. Not to use it during pregnancy is a
sasl&a to be paid for in pain and A hiring.
offirr's Friend equips the patient with a
on% body and dear iudilect, which in
m are imparted to the child. It relaxes
the mcies and allows them to expand. It
edives m orna sickness and nervouseu.
t puts all the orans concerned in perfect
emditiuo for the final hour,so that the actual
ber is short and practically painlss. Dan-
gfr of ring or hard breasts altogether
avoided. and recovery as merely a matter of
al ew days.
lnats wUe Mother's Fried for I a bottle.
The Bradfcid Rcgulator Co., Atlanta, Ga.
-emaI for -* !ree .uvTra"ed '* e -.

10o rorm Lam. Trust.
Bmi m nanm.Ala, Msrch26 -Thirty-
wo lim* manufacturing concerns were
pressedtd at a meeting held here for
oe purpose of forming shb Consolidated
L.ime campaay. The company will
mave a capital of P3.000.00. which will
m ditvai4l into common and preferred
stock. It Is intended to c introi almost
*lusauvely the production of the lime
aims througoaut the smooth Speery.
Jome* & Co of Baltimore will finance
tbe mew onnoanv.

Handsome pictures, bric-
a-brac, etc., in endless ar-
raty at rock bottom prices at
Marston 4 Finch's.

WAITEI
I to s ivy l Ii kliu Ilf $mul
hIM Fmruttr, airchudiS, Ic.
UIdnMu Sx 142.


Coffee: Coffee.!
Wl'e call the attention of
the general public to the
faMct /that we hare one of
the best equipped Roasters
in the Souith. and that we
can furnish this deliciots
berera (e am pricc f/thit
defy competition. If'e also
wish to rem in/ you tindt our
Coffees are ah'iays fresh
from the Roa'trsr. I\'hile
others a re old and hare lost
their aroFma, ours i.sfre.sh
and delicio'l('.
.Ver Orleans Grocer*/( Co.,
J.4N. .M'1II YIH,
Phone 10.7 Proprietor


4 'ill SI I r 6%ta&1e (',,[I fit O~'s.
call f11f-t ni Ati lt 1 8 4 -~it c -.:, I 11u j.

Tb. d iii-.ra w.-; 4 of i!I e 'I C (of 14)- l -
vitlIewan Ii u.-. tsr -i t s. lt on-er, ftortlb.
Ttlebh-eo.- i-i-.-.V- t..~r..itr.sa-
en the flitS .71oil j-3-111i.,Ifiitl .-.i~r.t
tw.ew latah- .aidiihnIs *fi- IIt,- d.Il.-. ofuif4,.'.
.rn r..'n .u-I .- t-1 -'ii .n1, 'u-
a ~ur.'ia lott -h-'nte-4 T .m-'. -,.c-e
Pu li* oap riea-tr. 1r*.-: -i t f,11- A _zr.1.uNi-N
cultium. a hItciieii i iiiwt I., Itr.forIthe-
t," and f-oir Att--i'e-i-o, I..3 '-A Nl or iml

I 'e-n l -ll' -L c- I l--it' I allt te
.-gsipw.t-f e -a cI A A - -ii I%
iwn L1 einoiI- t- I rho-

V.e-l e1.mibo- e iit 1 .1 -1:.pi -- t-. fiti -
uit e t ie. .01 !1,- 1 e41 *~ i t~
at it *.1.1 1, ,'It In-, o.il it
atill- ini -e I "*$..-. :- -
lo a p


Cral t.uI -I
4,1 rub at.
Clai

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lFraik lili
"amalit.*-it
N Allsbtero
.3ackaili
j4cflceroont
l'flayt-tu-
VAeKe
LAV


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Wh oni-'
W Na?-. 11t xt


Tbh count .*- aIl sti'-et their deleg:es rin
Say anianner a bich may tbe considered be-.t
bt Ihti- IMwo4ple acting thir *Ugh the party o i-
Cot itloan a.. ret-.it-riftel tiy tlie hl-I stal*
oa (lntitson. All deinmo rat' are Invited to
participa', in the. -luct'lOi of d.'{-e-ates
therete tlucluding thl-Oe abto hav* be-omii.
SJUIiSU4 to tote .liice*- tihe. la-t -l-iett Ion.
Techalrnman and secretary of each coun-
Sy qu1renltion hel.l for Iii- purpose of elect-
IaS 4e4l*gal-*s to the state convention are
nrqueoted to, s-nd to Hon. W. A. Rawl-.
rhairman. Tallahasee. IFla.. a written or
prtula cotily otf Itli proceedings of such
countt oi'S,%ent Ion. toetlber with a last of
tWhe* ramm- of the county executive cTnmmitt-
te*-, n wlaecht e~ould be de-lguated the


TO RECOVER INSURANCE.
Interesting Case on Trial In the United
%tates (Court.


LOCAL
andl
CLIMATIC


SVA-N-tj. March 27.-An interesting o-
trial is oin in the Unired States oourt local reonedv or a
hen., the ret I)Dmoner versu.- the Standard Life and CATA U
Ac. i'ident Insuraint.e c.m-pntVy tol Detroit. The Specile is /
TL.is is a suit on ani accident insurance Eli CrealiB li
pJli,-y held by Jos-ph F. DIoner, as one e in
of the plaiitiff.-, wvhlt diei from the ef- It is quickly Ab-
f('t! of a pistol wo4'lnd in OCilunbus on Corb ive ..nlleand H D
4. N1,s. cleanses the Na COal HEAD
The in.iUraIieC ComptBny declined to Pas-ai.-s. Allays iitAltifination. Heals and
IOlV the ,liey of S5.tI. which he car- Protectrb the Meemrai e. l.etores the
l tphif t,.K .1 ca- Senses of Taste and bniell. No Mercu-
riUd on his life fow two rmuis, the first ry. No Injurious drugt. RIrularSize :Sc.:
il.ing that the note dnue for the premium Family Size, $1.nat lvrnuni-t- or hv mail.
was overdue, having leen parable Nov. EILY BROTHER8.
1. f,.ur dtys b,-fore Mr. Domnmer's death; :P warr-n stre.F-t.New York.
and the second that he haul crimuitted- -_ _---
Rnicide and that the accident pI.licy was, THE ROYAL BOX.
therT-for., void. E OAL O
The ervy Drummer. .Queen Victoria still adheres to a set of


"Look here! I'm getting tired of
this. I've fired you out of here three
times, and still you come back."
"Alih. yes. but I represent a different
rinrm nowr'-Fllegende Blatter.
How's This:
We offer One Hundred Dollars re-
ward for any case of Catarrh that
cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
Cure.
F. J. CHENEY, &,Co.. Toledo, 0.
We. the undersigned. have known
F. J. Cheney, for the last 15 years.
and believe him perfectly honorable
in alL business transactions and
financially able to carry out any ob-
ligations made by their firm.
WEST & TRUAX,
Wholesale Druggists. Toledo. 0.
WALDIN(;. KINNAN & MARVIN.
Wholesale Druggists. Toledo. 0.
Hall's Catarrah Cure is taken in-
ternally, acting directly upon the
blood and mucous surfaces of the
-vstem. Price T6c. per bottle. Sold
by all druggists. Testimonials free.
Hall's family pills are the best.

I will repair your watches and
jewelry in first-class style. J. I.
Stephens.


.f14 int-diiitie tli:it c..-v in a
pr- -uriptioti fill, (d in t Ii i- -or i-
petover N. c vpoll'*. 1t~t r di-u- iten. ala
-j- 1 0.'d i~vor''cv.-r i d ro! meIn pt
a relh- t-o.. Y. u Want tho h.-=t. !.#t

-1t# I'ro-q-ri~lt i.-n Sr'--t 7,.


dietary rules and health prescriptions
given her many years ago by Sir William
Jenner.
The empress of Russia speaks five lan-
guages, and riding, painting, rowing,
sketching, swimming and tennis are
among her recreations.
The kaiser has again been commenting
on the mustache. lie says: "It Is the
privilege of a man and his duty. It is
the emblem of the strength, the superior-
ity. of his sex."
Chevalier Michel de Ia Zarovitsch.
member of the Hungarian nobility and
related to the royal family of Obreovitcb
of Servia, is a member of a Hungarian
orchestra in New York. lie claims kin-
ship with King Milan, to whom he bears
a resemblance.


InEscambia County Circuit Court. First
Udiiill Circuit. late u: luridat.-
Garnishmle'nt.
C. MclKenzio (ertintg. doine
bu-iiess as C'. MeKeriiie
S()erting & Company,
vs.
Wilhelm Wilhelinsen.
The def n-lant. Whlliinm Willhliniin n.
will take notice of the institution of thin
suit and their garnishment of his property in
the hands of Tunison a Loftin. and he aind
all persons interested are hereby required
to ttppear and defend this suit on or b-fore
the frst Monday in April. A. D. I'401t.
WENTWORTH &HILLIN(.ER.
J;Ioaw3m Plaintiff's Attorneys.


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Buyers to Buy


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GROCERIES p

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E. Government Street, W


TELEPHONE 261.


was atn ANCIENT who us-ed
to burn wood.
iz for BILLS that l:e paid
when lie could.
was the COAL that hie after-
wards bought.
is the DIRT and DLUST t-:tt it
brought.
is the EVIL tLhe-e tings
brought to pass.
was his FOLLY in n;--: ii-in
ga-.
i- the GAS Geor., ud ill thi-
S t,-Ve.
is the HII I( 4HT of i..,- : ':
brought to hIi- hin.-.
i-; tho INDIAN : Lt.e dt. -ii't
use (;A<.
'anii',t ln-' it, f,>r J tlh,
JACKASS.
is the KITCHEN w. (;AS
is the fuel.
i., the LAU'NDRY. t!., \',r
both of 'emI c-ol.
i- the MONI:Y. -:;v.d i y a
Gas Ranlge.
is for NOWV, tii' bett timle for
a chlalilze.
is the OFFER t:ie C.( n, py
mialkes.
i- the PROFIT", d, ,1't n:;,e a
iiimi-take.
is for QUESTION: i, (1;0iS-
tion at all.
is the RANGE y, v :: ,uhl
buy before Fall.
i- tit- SAVING y',.i :.,:,h-,. If
you do.
i the TI-ME ai:ul Tl)Ijl't.I.E
rav,.d, too).
i- ti-e U'NION o C(.mnfoit
andl thrift.
i- VEXATIO(N, vnw c i: i:
adl ilt:.
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c a:. ,g


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S is- fer YOU. ple-a-e bh-erveia-

ki- ou r ZEAL t, o -lp;plv v,,:
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-Importers andea n- A NGES$13 Co t r,


Chinese and Japanese

*=Fancy Goods,=*


Penlsacola Gas Co.,


FINE CHINA TEAS. NO. 3 S. PALAFOX ST.


No. 31 south Palafix Street.


Laundry Offic-


PENSACOLA, FLA


JOHN XcDAVID,


SCURE OUR REAL ESTATE A BOKERAGE
S. CUREYOURSELF CITY PROPERTY, FARMING
S t*fw Aira l faUr. for utI.atr ;,;
di^i. Charge,. in.lanl,~i TIMERLAND.S
io,, 0tatlnrritati,n .r i,. ta,. AND TIMBER LANDS
ta uo t trtieutr of mO u c u niu I.r. ,,
Preia co, < ...B. P.iani.. n-. ,. a:;a- FOR MALE.
S TEVIS C :>L rent or t u .
*-l eCi T ..4 by Draggi ts. AT l l.. f *lIAnb y m......-l. -.--


NEW SHIPBUILDING PLANT.
Risdon Iron Company Will Coustruct
Large Dry Dock.
SAN FRA-;cIs'O. March 27.-The own-
ers of the Risdon Iron works have eprn'-
tically cl,,.,-d a eaul wheriby they hav-.
secur-d c ,ttrdl (of the Fa- itic rllinr.
miUs. and it is s:t thiiqt a n r 4::
capable of reoeiviug the largu-lV.es. I
will be built and the i ,tri hi. .,n ,cni-
pany will eXt p :ld a.- ut'* 1.U );,i).i-ll :i-
structing a 'complete s nll iipuil,n; 1 stai,-
lishnment where at l;.--tr .(iO) nenu vuill
be en111ployel.
The c.;miialny will bi-i forthe enlstru'-
tion of the war v. -e-.l. and other crafl
of the hlrgest -ize.


Moody and the Heretlea.
The Rev. Dr. A. T. Pierson some
years ago wrote a letter to Mr. Moody
strongly opposing the appointment of
Professors Henry Drummond and
George Adam Smith as speakers at
Northlield on the ground that they
were heretics. Mr. Moody replied as
follows:
"My Dear Pierson-I thank you from
my heart for your fidelity to me. May
God bless you for it! 1 am as anxious
as you are to maintain the Integrity of
the word of God, and for any sugges-
tions you have made I thank God and
you."
And then he promptly sent the Invl-
tation to the two alleged heretics.
A CALL


For Democratic Priimaries and Con-


vent ion.
Re.olved. That a convention of t lie iern
ocratic party of Eicanjbia county shall h.
held at 'owelton at 1-i2 clock noon on tht
14th day of April. 1I'" 1. for the purpose o
*ulectilrg twelve 112 por-roi to represent
F-canitbti teounty itt tit- I itl' t Conven.
Ilonl to iiomiinate a caitilid(ate for Congresi
and for tihe purpose tf t-iectl i twelve t 1
persons to represent Etwrambina county itil
the State Convention at such time anc
place- imaBy ble iixt-d by thlie- tate and Con-
.'resioiial LDemiocratic it oilittees and foi
lihe purpose of suel-ting a County Execu.
tive Colnmimttee to hold until their succes-
or- shall b.e--lecttii i 11iI-'2.
h1 e prie-i t' are- anld .hall bhe entitled tr
, the followinn repretnlitaioli at said Coun-
ty Conven t ion
No.1. NIX's 1
No. 2. Kupfrianis
No. 3. M illvi-w I-
No. 4, Fo-rry Pa . .... 1'.
No. H iirst' 1
N o ,. l w e ito n :;
No. 7, Pine farrun .. .... I
No. -. 'ralhtree
No.o IlutT 1 f pringn, .
No. I. Ward & Holinitl', 1
No. 11, W walnut Hill .....
No. 1. Pe-nisacola .
1o. .:1. P -u tal.t ;
No. 11, Pensacola ........ 11.
No. .15. V'eiisaeo: |I
No. Ii, 'lnievr ill. .
No. 17, Brel.t- l
No. ls, McNavid 1
No. P'4. Moli ( o i1
Nto "I. Floliatoli Ii..
For the purutoee ofelecting delegate from
t lie s.evral precinct as above b-.t forth anli
for t li' purpost- of nominating two ce lndi-
dateb for tme, House of Representatives, for
lhe purpose of noliinating a candidate for
therlT. a candidate for Clerk of Circuit
Court, it candidate for Tax Collector. a can-
didate for Tax Assessor, a candidat- for
Treasurer, a candidate for County Judge, ai
candidate for tSurerlntendent of Public In-
struction. a ca)nd(idate for County Surve-yor.
a candidate for Clerk of Criminal Court. a
candidate for Justice of Peace and a Con-
stable for second District, a candidate for
.lusttce of Feace for Fifth District. can-
cdidates for three miiemnlber of county School
Board. 1i primary election of the Demo-
cratic voters of Iscanihia county shall be
hiolden between thi, hour of .;ti4 a. m. and
';:4 1). i. on Tuesday. tie i- lth day of April.
l'.o. afnu for the puirpo-e of conductjiiu. 'ai(l
*'i-ctnt l li tfo l.t'ow ting i inspectorss and cierk-
if election : I-,, lh relby ,*v.e-ted( i anll ap-
pointod :
P'r-ciit't No. 1-Cha Andrews, Neil (jag,-.
W. D. i-ll, inspectors; Archie UentonI,
el.-rk.
t'rel, ii-t No. 2-A.' 4I rav,-y. LotiilDanlets.
a.In-". 4 t'r -,y. int.i-ctior-; 1'%. M. Scarrnt.
.;l k.
t'V! iniot No. ::-Frank unirir i P. s.W il-
rI; i .,J !:i! l. l:i -. t ol s : 11. -. t l u ia .
I,. nrii.t No. 4-w I ,n !a W 1.. N4)-
i. P 1'. Uier.zal, z. / !i-.p.-c or': -. A T'':J-
:i. l. erItk.
Pr-. nit NNo. >-G;eo. If. I'aviS., .hlu Hry-
Nt .\ J. I'nln- -rm. t jn.p ,ct-r :; l.u i Fr" tt''r.
l'i. ,' r t Nio -U;t-,,. W u;iiiiin. \W .M. t.-
1 .,v. \V mo. iie iler**'r- I. Ins -ctor- : (). l';..)>'a-
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t : N. 7-1B. A. I.1,'. W E. Tu ke.r.
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and -.nve t:ions shall he ** nt r i tr l'ed fn;x ar'l
No a. l i i'rn t lt part:li anl iad1 pfm,:.






N%,. a'd this comt.c tree -all meet at the.-.






it.- (f .he i >oiu ti juo ti cliin tht iii. of
' u1ac,' .--l at r. oi ock p. r..i n the)( ro il:.i a.
SApNo. ~.a -lt I|iich. tin-r artn p e theylr.
Iln Frceiv' returns, t lair 'ot the." Osam'l.
nd *lnnB.unre the r:<" l t of saidh priin.ar'
lecli. land th ii4perat- Ictors above ualiied t
ioll- uhadvr then andt o there til return- of ;s-' 7.
her ballots tXo be usford shall he pvtr I aned on'


f Api. piap.at wricd shaltn andc no di [-v


A



for Infants and Children.
The Kind Yoi: Have Always Bought has bI~r.Ie .
lure of Chas. 11. Fletcher, and iha been irild. utw. -
personal siUperYision for over ;O years. Allo. ,, ,.
to deceive yoiu in this. ('ounterteits, Imitatit:. :. I
"'Justt-as-good" are but Expewriments, and cldla.;.
health of Childreii-lx;wrience against A.xlwrimniit,.

The Kind You Have Always Bought
1Bears the Signature of






In Use For Over 30 Years.
T7 WI r.NTAUo C mUP&*-T ? NUwRNav Ys? SW r OORC.a?




Chase. H. Turner,

ARCHITECT+:

--AND-


General Contractor,


Building. Rltairtiri Mant.l andI (irat S :ti i.; P'i:!,: -
and tin- Fiting.

A Complete Plumbing Department under the
Management of E. B. Morey.
^J rAri-tii D DI)sirn-. EAtimnatet.. Pliin- and Sp cifi., a
ing of All Kind-, Prepared on Short N.tice.
AW \A Lr:ir. anld Carofully ,el-cttI St. k of Fii.-, 1' 1
Tiling of All KinId1-. Bath Tilub, Cl.--t. maid iiti lio.ldl A;,i ,.
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. WELLE.
VICE-PRESIDENT.


JOHN F. PFFIFFYI.
E'A!Hi -
R. M. 11USHNEI1.11
ASST. V(A -VI'


DIRECTORS:
T. E. WFLLE-S. NM. F ISH ER.
-if E- F. Svm'der- (ii
K. J.NVfI WI'iUM IRE. joliV F. PFEfFFE.R,
L. HILTON (iREEIN.


General


Ranking 11Business


Transacted(.


Ve~s~M' ~aw~A ts lHandled on Favorable Ter:i'-.?- I.
r( Mm- itult and Sold, Collc-ct-on,


AC"COs umrs


The Star


SOLICITED.


Laundiy,


THE PI0EER LANIDRIY OF I{ST FLORI


Our Address
I- tlwa y .-ked fr w .
1,'- b-;uty <.f t ,.- i.i'..
her- i- (lisplay.,i ,ni
SHIRTi FRON l'. I <,
AND ( Ci I--
It i ,i r hi ,-t rt, (,:ii iin-:'-
.re tiw .,ys re-i tl,.. ;.t
n,-v*r f\i; t.,: n.,.::. ,"
t I :'.


ALL WORK C. 0. D.
TELEPHONE 114. 87 E. GARDEN Y
g-fj)OD ClALtLED FOR AND DELIVERED FREE.9"<.
WATAK R INGRAHAM, Manager


ESTA RT-ISHEI 1863.


McKENZIE OERTING & CO.,
0 DEA .'ERR T*

Ship Chandlery and General Hardware,
608 AND 605 8. PALAIk'OX STREET.
6-1-- A.em? V-
REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROERLINOGS O- '
GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUBSEL & BON' PLUM
laumr, hirdi, Paint. ilut intiel Iistrunits, cairt, oilers, Itll
OOMPAStES U.L OGImTC.
C. McKenzie Oertin ('Collct*ing Agent for Bar Pilot' i
elation.

BW EN IYYWA!WA~ R~YWOW?


EVEiY nDior


RIX M.


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28, 1900. 8


SPRI


HU


ORS


Complete External and


Not to Be Pressed Dur-ing This
Sessicn.


%0uiflNL l't Ik lORlMI1NNIES4T1.


fIsh l,,i-sdured u. :q...bllfth tinr at
-IT e-i idetelp 1**d iuj..~lo .s
Iri.-o-i110121 I- eases 3'0.1i&:i len tar4
















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L .d t*ijs 53*s nist-If le't -
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-.ta 4ro with Your

'5~ ~~Yl (.1111'oufi fo


inxiv flo civ !ia n ill- was a in-iumlit'r of

jeisals. i!. -I; idoleev; ef this VWhitt, House
f-,U jorise- S -i -ob i. Vit'nivii.ht,*omest
to %Va,-lbiug~tuen.lip e,:Ajoye nothing bet-
ter t hnu st s f.ire-gat! her wiithi a number
tof' hl' lsl ziat. 2 .eiand chaff thvism
mup-tin t !e w~my thaiy arill condueotlIn
I hivnt-lke-*s eanti lo I wt*I [iwri in a good
tiat uine.1el %% iflV tile. 1 tt-ilr cfffors!Lq to
tet:i~Iheir lrust htllot s. Reednas
-je-a hi.r itIi-1isll ~.1tob hod1(1 inslf IfIn
-I:.- I sc ml' it :I%-,- f'r- v relax to that
4*iUef %%-:t tan .] 4tirl- t11.t1ttot 1w
if 1tce' 1:-s r.:t !.U i-c. kA f':-i*enei w il
sv:, L ,i ; : 1'1 .-;* iaui nte; l li t,
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tak i 1 .' .Iz i av fls aoo-e l.4 se leg:i-S
Lo A -:i.,; ill- -ippaini4: tillfa wa Isniwho

S -at ar 12-a sr.l;4- righ t kiv ofa I1:4ta ior
she s. Iate.t Weimoe ofieR ihoe Iland eIi-.


iv it far lbe'tilil- as ouit, of the dtri-ssiy
Llt. c-iOf tilie s' -
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low te te Km YovNa Wways Booti



~ Ii ~ it-gateee. di..?rhutees. and
..t t er po-rsesusbha' e rmeK ( I-* im-or do.-
a ~ssegoni nt the estitt bt.0 Ih t liar r%
.*s".are re-tjiiitad topjresenL thictitte
..- : 'it tto yearsl.


F.CtiitKoKT .


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ENE RA\Lj INSURANCE
-AN I1-

Real Estate Agents,
PEXN.A' OlA .IF ..
I !.vFaFNT '! 'NTY-two >F THF
1 i.lUn t t" IK, I, : ':. ;AK; NE- .


sweet sagif.
sweet spring is but a little way
Ahead;
The lambs will soon begin to play; -* .
The d ad
Old form of winter soon will lie -.
O'ersprrad
Fly r,-en grass, and the April sky
I iIl StretIh a 2m.e us by and by;
..e darindioin'So face will glow,
T.,- indis wi'l giadkdn as they blow,
At J ( upid's darts will freely fl-y.
T .ie waiting buds wi;l soon begin
To prout;
t'rL blirks %i'l laugh as winding ia n
And out
Tih t tiurry ow:iar to the sea;
Tie -.hoiut
(if !.' I u.o t;!'- tsie .*il will be
IR ,'hc H.d ita<. fr m iill to lea. -.
Ard t!en th. uis.in who golfs once more
cl i I scaff a;d A'.) i I nt his f,- li!:]s horribly!
-Chicago Times-llerald.
Not All In Bringing Up.
Ii.'k---Si t:ira is li y obstrviation goes,
e\, hi;:i,; dplnds uipin training.
--.Nsft 'vr:-Tl'y hiig. 'lThere's that
i. '.;i il" 'i14;-i>i'. lih was taught up-
:i ;: p,,;:!:,:-li hi[> [it school, hut notwith- i
.:'.: isii,.g thl:t he' Iis luritnd out a forger.
-li.--tn, Tl'aiiscriijt.
lmnabnrruaesd the Boss.
"iityv. vhi:it dI, y3ii' think! Iy em-
p'!,. ,'; tihi i-I. I :i-t l:Ireafter get to
'i: I. ta t.it mr, t-inir ; 4) on tilimc."
S''. N '- y' IIw li.l you feel?"
"I : !t :'! rit.'it btut Ihe loohkil ns it
I.- f!'it hrtI iii ily."--Indiai::inuolis Juur-

A Slippery Day.
i :: K. I st nr- sl --- i .1. t

I- n, h ". j

Ar 1 ri :- I; ti
I ,a's I,iu as n is !i Ils r .'s .
-u\-iinngton Star.
rEI4entllal of of od Breedlng.
"S!0,- is ani ',ien ' vi!l ill bred le.rson.
! i *,: ht if li-r oiilltl; i. -v r- closed."
Youi Hir- iiaistaken. Shlt always yawns
\\i:h hL-r niouth clse'd."-Detroit Jour-


The Eternal Faillre.
She would drive her team of poslt
W ith conumrroate grace and skill:
She could drive a man distracted
With her charms when dreamed to kilU
She could drive a clever bargain
At most any kind of sale,
But she nmoer w successful
Whena be tried to drive a rail.
--Chicao TebUM

S ntIm The KMd YM h i ll A MP o
aDnmtu. y h
of "W"

J. I. Stephens has a larie apsor
ment of Solid Sterling Silver aI
Roger's Knives. Forks and Spot

Convention Call.


Weak



Lungs
When your throat and lungs
are perfectly healthy you
needn't wqy about the
germs of cfumption. They
don't attack healthy people.
It's the weak, debilitated, in-
flamed membranes that are
first affected. Hard coughs
and colds weaken your throat
and lungs and make con-
sumption more easy.
If your lungs art weak
Sbeil's [Einsdm

is the best meWy you can take. It
soothes and heals and gives tone
and strength to these delicate mem -
branes. In this way you car.n prevent
ccny. mption. And you can cure it
also if you haven't had it too long. 9
Kccp taking it until your lungs are z
strong and your weight restored.
At a'l .ru -ists; Srx and .x c).
SCOTr & l;OWN E, Chemists, N-' Yor'. .
At al c~ucsts;;o.and 40A


q-5wwT


FOR SALE-
At a bargain. 76 n:ers (30 unier
felince and cultivation, tihe lh Iance
woodland), 'i, of a inile north of Cor-
dova Park, with 4-roomn houqe., barn
and two stable-. Price ~(0J For
further information, apply to W. R
Dougi:iss on place, or J. E. Puhuis-
son & Bro.. city. 1muilni


P20FESSIONAL GiRDS.

Dr. MTa reelI u5 ITe(Orea ry,

ftysicianCl Ful 02,f~OI
Re-i-IdI-ne.J etIbire gory isret--



DR. Wm. C. DEWBieRRY.


OFFIOE-Hanjah Bros.' Drug Store.


POLITICAL AINOBIICEIEIT
For ItepreasnsaIive.
I hretly sinnounre my--elf a a candidate
ftor iH pr-.. intIat It-'--teiri t ,' untv.
Floridn. ii t lh. l :i.;ittii re. ut,. to tih
democratic priuiar:ei.
C. .Moi J\- ,le,.t .
For IReprrs ltative-
I hi r.eby announce nay- ,f a* a a:tnd.date
fr l pre-entativt ,,,f I ea'ill'tlia I' ou ly it
I theo I..- i-latur,*. .ulbJ- L to the l.tiNmocrattio
Pri uiit i >w!-.
|'J. 1"M P r VoLY S.


Frr ,Phei iff


I h -rehy announc- myself as. candidate
RE8IDENOE-400 E. Jackson Stree ,for th.*ritT of K'cambia County. and r*-
-,pevtfully ask the support of my friend&-
--- ai voters of the county. If elected I will
di'tihatrgeK-theduties ofsaidoflce effnclently.
Win. H. Marean, M. D., ogyWao.H.H vc HIN.

Homleo0athic Pysici2l and rgo, I here,,, none myself candidate
for r--.lal-tion to t be office of sheriff of Es.
Late of Ocala 'la.. ratmia "county. Florita. and solicit thesutf-
Offers his professional services to e cit fres lld ntert of ail my frie.nds.
zens of Pensacola t.o .)KK -"ITiH.


EspeiMl '.totntion given *o the tre-ivmient
of Chrei ii .'1-it.eq and Ii'-e&as 4s, of
W.ome.-,u rd C'hildrTn.
Thirty Y-.,ris r rac!t'ce in the Sc tlil.
OtffL0 H ou i s:-.i at. In. to 12 In., : to 4 p. m.
Kesmdence Phone No. 2 i.
-lrIi-r.lltFur Rluitinirc-Itoim 3


Dr. Wi/mer S. Hall,

DENTAL SURGEON,
Hisonic Temple. Phone 364.



HINBR BRS. *O.,




Palafox Street,
Pensacola, Florida.


DURI~AM Cigars are
I the finest 5 cent smoke In iI 0
. Try them at D'Alem- IIIestio n!
1 berte's.
SWe challenge the world
L O DIR TORY 10 toproduce a remedy equal
L I to the Matchless Mineral

KNIGHTS OFr ryj'rlA. B oWater for the cure of In-


rt-
nd
on


The sixteenth annual meeting of
the Woman's Christian Temperance
Union of Florida, will be hId its
Gainesville, April 3rd, 4th and 5th.
The first session will be at 3 p. m.,
of Tuesday the third.
Miss Belle Kearuny of Flora,
Mi-s., will give the convention ad-
(ress, adding interest to the occa-
Sion. A iLICE C. JIROWN.
SARA J. GLENN. Pre-ident.
Rtcoidinig Sec'y.
EM PI)OYMENT OFFICE.
Ring up 382 or call at the office.
11 North Palafox street, whe-n in
need of a carpenter. B. D. Hoffman,
Rusitiest s Arent tof the (';irrpenter's
tid Joiners' I'nion. will turnish you
with the desired help on short no-
:ice. n25tf

If you are ready to go to
house-keeping, let .Aarston
4- Finish furn ish your house
for you. They will save you
money. Your credit is good
with them.

Five Thousand Rolls
of ~ all Paper in stock, all of the la-
test patternQ, and more cominir.
Prices from So to $1.75 per roll, J. E.
Ross l Co., No. II N. Palafox,
Phone ;k'2. 24f-tf

THE HEINE ACADEMY OF MUSIC,
No. 8 North alaftox Street.
MISS EVELENE M. HEINE, Principal.
MISS IDA PIAGGIO, Assistant.
voice ( culture. Violin and Piano, Leipslg
t'yptemu; also guitar. Banjo and Mandolin.

Best Patent Flour.
Our Best Red 1 Royal
Patent is the best flOur that
can be produced by any
mill.
Forget .e N'ot is one of
,he best Breakfast Foods on
%he market.
.411 made by The 0. E.
Standard .1Mill Co. and for
vale byf J'ew Orleans Gro-
cery Co.
JP e S. P'Hi[lGH.
Phone 10.;. Proprietor.


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H. A. WATERS,

3Ltcher and Green Grocer.
PHONE 172
F r,.!, T-'mf-'ee and Native Meats,
('!ie'kckin- and Country
Produce Daily.
Shop, Rear cf Johls3Dn & Son's Store,
( 1NTENDENCIA STREET.


- *


Q AITY& FLA E& SER O




SUBSBCRIE
-TO-


TIE AiT I 11W,

Only Ten Cents Per Week.


Pensacola Liod.e, No. 3. K. of P.
meets every Monday even-
Ing at 7:30. at Castle Halt.
in Hlutchinson hall. West
Intendencia street.
Visiting brethren cordially
welcomed.
H. JUDIVINa.
H. HoRRIKz. C. C
K. R.& S.

w. P.w.
Live Oak Camp Vo. 1 Woodman of the
World.
Meets first and third Friday night In
each month. Visiting sovereigns cordi-
ally invited. W. W. WATSON,
8. R. THAMKS. Clerk. C. C.


I WIMRIKY -Y ISCH ED U LE


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 druggists;
aLso W. T. Green Co. 37
, V--0 04IA-4


FOR 8TRAM DIVISION SA. SPalaJOX street.
PENSACOLA ILE MRICTERMINA! OR ADDRESS
RAILWAY COMPANY.
Trains leave Pensacola for the Little W I I
Bayou, Palmetto Beach. Warrlngton, Navy WILKINSON
Yard and Fort Marranca st I
6:.'*i m. arrive at Fort Barranosa 7:15a.m
M.co) a. m. arrive at Fort Barrancas lo.45a.m Greenville. Ala..
1 .%i p. m. arrive at Fort Barranes 1:6 p ----
8:30 p. m. arriveat Fort Harrancas 4:15 p m Testimonial Ie'roin Judge Gaston.
6:l15p. m. arriveat Fort Barraneas 7:10on m
.*:I, P'm. arrive at Fort Barrancas 8:45 p.m UIItZNVI.LLF, Ala.. Aug. I0. INW.
Trains leave Fort Barranoas for Pensa- I take great pleasure in certifying to the
cola at purity tind the merit of Wilkinson's Match-
7:*)a. m. arriveat Pensacola...... :15ea.n le. Mimne-ral Water. This natural mineral
11:00 p. m. arrive at Pensacola.........11:-5 p.m toni,, to my personal knowledge, is taken
-:i0 p. m. arrive at Pensacola-......... ':41' p.m from a well thri-e miles east of Greenville.
5.00t p ru arrive at Pensacola .. 7:45 p mn in the exact condition in which it is sold. I
7:01) p. m. arrive at Pensttola.........7 :45 p. m have Peen this water used. with wonderful
03:46 p. m. arrive at Pensacola......... 1' p. m success, for d%pepsla. indigestion, sore
*tma'urdays only. eyes and for eruptive diseases, sores and
In effect Liec. 1st, 1S99. ulcers on man and animals. As a remedy
for these troubles, I do not believe its
aSrDAY OCEDVUDE. equal exists. It is highly recommended by
Leave Pensacola. Lv Fort Barraness. physicians for a number of diseases.
9 a.m. 10 I.m ZI.L GASTON,
11a.m. uI m. Judge of Probate Court, Butler County.
I p.m. p.m. Alabama.
Ip. m 3 p. .
Ip.m pm.B I
4p.m. *&6p.m.
1p.m. 1p.m. -I


fARi FOR WilK DAYS.
Pensacola to Fort Barrancasand return iek
Peneacola to Navy Yard and return-...... Me
Pensaoola to Palmetto Beach and retarna le

enasacoia to 3rt Barranoas Navy
I ard and return ..
Pensaeola to Palmetto Beah and
No frehbt received after :lB p. nm.


Acme Beer.


THE BEST BEER SOLD IN
PENSACOLA.

Dannheisser Bros.,

AGENTS.

Alsa Soll by ., Perry ad WVll TYtes.

The Jug Trade

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


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tulreNallmi. 510.40TOux"D ?.e~. el.4.1it by
ml' bv~geee ('ilah*Store, Chemal (a.,
16fis fias Pape, pi-tMadison Na..... PIKILA.. PA.


For Sheriff.
I hier-by announce my-elf a candidate for
sherifT of Escambia county at the ensuing
electioll. J. C. VAN PIKLT.
Fear Clerk of the Circuit Court.
1 h.-reby announce myself as a candidate
for r--.lection as clerk of the circuit course
of E'.M-inMit county iat the ensuing election
aud a.t- the support of the voters
A. M. McMILLA.A.
For Circuit 'Clerk.
I -*ilnioi sr ti can'lidne'y for Clerk tf the
C'ir>' it Curt of .'- t.iii'ul. so'ility. subijeCet
to ftr I <>lii Ilithi tiiiim li-iu i vOr~atic
lIlllfiltl I',.. E. L. 1.. IA Itm LL.
Fowr 'trruit CI -rk.
'To' t hei' voterss of E tiisillii i o!iYv;
I It. r.aIy pnntiouin'e nv-lif a nt,'didlst* for
the ioli., of cleik of the circuit court of
.V niniili t county andl -.ill be ple-asedi to
hlitie their iupprt of miy friend. and Ithe
votelr'- -neranlly. .IuIIN I. I.A 'KUA.
Fior Tax C I hereby apanounce myself as a candidate
for re-election n4 Tax Collector of Ecam-
lia county, and ask the s-upport of my
friends and voters gentrallv.
A. H. I'ALIM IRRxT.
Fe r Tax CseIlecuor.
The many friends of Judge f. B. Honifay
having obhtained his consent hereby an-
iounce him as a candidate for Tax Colleetor
of Eseambia county at the ensuing election.
MANY %r VOTB
For Tax A-aeor.
I hereby announce myself as a candidai
for Tax Assestor of Ercambla county, mal-
Joect to the action of the Democratle prima-
ries. If elected I expert to meet the appro-
bation of the tax payers and will do my
duty In very detail s I did when I lel*
the olce before.
Giso. Rises.
For Tax Auaeasor.
The candidacy of William W. Ricbards I*
hereby onnouneed for re-e-lection as tax s-
seisor for Escamhla county, subject to tahe
nation of the democratic primaries.
Feor County Trealsurer.
I arnounce myself as a candidate for
the olnce of County Treasurer. subject to
thenction of tbe enmocratio primary, ad
ask the support of my friends.
WILLIAM E. ANt aRsoVN.
For County Treasurer.
I hereby announce myself an a candidate
for ronoinination as tr.eanurer o(f C'.ambki
county. subject to a decision at the enI-UlIDt
democratic primary election. and respeet-
fully solicit the support of the voters of the
county, pledging myself for the future them
same faithful performance of duty that I
bhave endevored to fulfill durinK my past
te-nure of the office. J. W. VFAT1m1.
For Juet ee of she Peace.
I hereby announce my candidacy for re-
election to the office of Justice of the Peace
for the Second District. subject to the ac-
tion of the nominating pirmanrieo.
BOYKIN Jo0, 21.
For Junake of she Peace,
At the suggestion of numerous friends. I
hereby announce my cand!tdacy for Justice
(if the Peacet-f o cond district. subject, to
tho action of the noilnatilnr primaries.
JAMER it. LANDKICrM.
For school fuperilnendent.
I am a candidate for county superinton-
dont of puhte instruction. subject to the
dlem'orati" primiarien. I respectfully so-
licit the sufTrage of the E.scanibia county
voters for the above-named position.
JAEnR l TATE.
li'or ttlit) I Superintensient.
To the Voters of Escambhia county:
I hereby announce myself a candidate for
14upertntendentof Public Instruction loi
Eecambla county and ask the suppartof asy
friends and voters generally.
C. J.BRLL.
For maperltnendent *-ft public In.
strict Ion.
To the Voters of Escambla County: I
bereby announce myself a candidate for re-
election to t office of county superinten-
dent of public instruction and will be
pleased to have the support of my friende
and voters generally at the coming demo-
cratic primary election. N. It. CooK.
For Member school Hoard.
By the request of friends I hereby an-
nounee my candidacy for member of Es-
cambia County school Board for Northern
(Thirdi diltrlct. subject to the action of
the democratic primary.
A.'. BRRWTo!v.JR.
For Member Schooml loard.
Yielding to the urgent request of friend.
I have decided to a&ain become a candidate
for mni moerof the school board of F.scambti,
county. =ubject to toe action of the dm.o-
cratle primaries. X. WAKD.
For r P The friends of MR. J. It. STUWA I, of Wal-
nut Hill. having s-'uresl his conseot,
h*ereby announce bhis candidacy for mewm-
her of the Escambta County ehooil Hoaul
fur the northern district, subject to the se*-
Lion of the democratic priniaries.


McMillan Bros. Co.

14 'Coppersmiths,


f General Metal Workers.

4 *Matfzt:rers of and Hadquarts for the


Celebrated McMillan Seamless Turpentine Still.

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MOBILE, ALA.



H. H.WICKE.


guaranteed.

DanlhelsseTBros., Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter


401 South
Phone No. 116.


Palafox St..
P. 0. Box .S1.


Railroad Exchange, Phone 26t.


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28, 1900. 5


IxOGAfi N!EIS NOTES

~',.- ao.a1 f-q l'eassmcoaned tictuatir
,,, a ntad 7 A'*7.'da', (I* .



JAn a t.- 1"01 aa In fiti
%1":aa '-ta..ai t Il- p i.

k ~ Ipi It11-aU tr. "Ie i-it" a ,.
!:o- -l e;ar.n
1j, Tts% ~a:it-i.h-.


i H. I)-We-- of Montgoinmery is a
-: at the Mtere.ants.
j I.. Itchaid iof Trenton. N. J..
: -.i-tered at Hotel Escambia.
T- MayTs Democratic club will
*-.- ad tie court house annex to-

Mr-. .1. Stanton of MeImphi-.
,... is the guoe-t of Mrs. E. E.
- ,ihdera.
\!r-. A. (re'tinhuit entertained a
f ri-i-d- y-t erday afternooni at a
\ .t tea.
M. A. (tutoln of Flomiatol is a vi.-
t* t, 'I"- city to-day, and a gue.-tof
Merchant-.
Thit. democratic coiigre--ional eii-o
:ntiaii for tile fir-t di-tnrct will be
A. : at' Tall:ha---. Ni Mav .,.
A party t ,f l ilie ;ttallt I t tl in -n
t. ,-nj,.-iliz ;it ott tlliitr ;i r)-, t.he
..iv (-ay oll thet. yacht ValWace-.
Judiriig frtoim the large li-t of Vw--
-ela- bound hithier, 'a'ii-tacola will dio I
,t I)1; export bhl-lie-- Ia Xt iollnth.
(i H St.naul el+, MIr It. St:tutil,.
:. 11;i- J ~---i- Stanti.'-, "f 'Jla-a)..
I wa:. lie cam- g:u'-t- at iotl F;--
a ihiu., yesterday.
( '. J. I.iIL. <.an:did'.t<- fr cAamun'y
-up-lr iltnldenlit iaI i)UtJic ili-tructiii,.
- *out t!.i- wO--,k :a lionli ,. thl' votet-- in
.- rural d(i-ti it-.
(lerian i> Lut:ier:art Chiurchi : (;.-r-
.Aii i.l-aitt"i -r\ .ic1- to-niL'hit
\edi.-day ,at 7::< o'clock. J. F.
W. Ilta-int:ardt. pastor.
Mr-. A. % W. lat-rs( of Bayonici. N.
.' whoi ha- been tte gue-t of Mr.
1:nd Mr-. lB-n D. lHer-, left yvet,'r-
,:ix fur New ( lead- to vi-it friend-
S.,-re..


into it. Car t. Northup is carefully
watching every stet of the progre's
made. and piomii-s that the plant
w 9CSwhen flnii-hb-d will be the best and
most complete in the South.
Of The great warehou-e of the We#t
y ('Coast Naval Store (Co). oh South
Tarragona street is rapidly nearing
completion, the work ot layi:g the
W o m floor havi)i b1t ren eioninencedd. and'J
wM the Ioof being well under way. It
will have a tl. or ar(-a of nearly
Wm I ;(6.,0M) square feet.
Mrs. Kathleen Keunnedy. a inein-
ae Wearynl g biyOd dlS9 ber of their Ame-rican auxiliary of the
s a dV theya ncate. Cuban Provisional Red Cros-.is henr-
Gr sls if tfit A Md tft in the interest of that society. She
rPeWf flt g S lg WWW.g will arrange to put on an entertain-
ment for the joint benefit of some lo-
Efforts to bear the luaf calchluriy and thesociety. Shehas
several unique entertainments.
paIar e9 ero t w ,1 WA ey among then being an **Old Maids'
d% md Overnfl It aM Convention."
thOOe h Owing to quarantine restrictions
Utllff the Caull Is re-, prohibiting the excavation during
the sunimmer months, work on the
Parker six-story block has been post-
poned until next winter, Mr. Parker
L7i= A having secured an extension of his
Lvdia E. L i T's Veolpok j option on the property. He is busy
completing plans for the building
and has a number of contractors
tis arm* making estimates on the work.
CT-- o ut ^l^Ml"Si _* At ll :0) to-day an alarm from box
ft h"S SS At for 11 brought the fire departnienit to
t llJ years W Ie. I a w No. 213 WVest Inutendencia .-tr,-et. a
dwelling occupied by colored p,-ple
-aft w for wo-l and b-longing to Mr. P. Moloim-%.
HUMPS Itt U lW di The fire. cau-ed by spark-afrom tilt-
t E h f chimnney, was in the roof, and a. ii-
Sle stream from th:e io-e w.1',,n tf
v Red No. 2 s.loon extinfgui-hbd it. that
9" mafl l IntE p flgN amount opt dainiaie b-ing small.
gP- i ___w V ThI frieii.s af Miss Ada Ita-a-c,
In ll lf ^^-i the -kill#,'.,little vioini t. regret to,
learn i.f her irna ility too D ,-lrf1-' tihle


, MMe -m Wma s
-.__.e free of eharpe,
HNor address Is Lynn,
mass&

Tim ,,f P. n-.uc.la.l
Owin. to the illine-- of Capt. E. IH.
lPati::. if. ld fou r otdhtr rer t-ili, Io,
ni.-'tin (,f the hoard of pub!i, -afety
wa- ti-ld tlii- lnorniing.
''te T 11ir-hip New Yoirk. battle -
-,h'p T-exa. and gunboat Machiaas
sailed from (alveston yesterday for
thi- port and arte expected to airrivt'
ha-re to-maorrow aftern,,on.


solo --eleet to at ti- (-velling iu -i-
calof publicc :-hcli)l N. 1, on ai tc-
eiiunt of hi r departi t re fr, lii t!;- city.
To th-r it wa- ;tii t-(ilq;al di-;i. ,iiiaa-
mieit, f t r -- i;itl prep.ir'e ti -re-lf
i to pl).y w-ll f,.r the tpr:ai- < of ht r
d-;ar t'-aciior. lMi-s J"iuii -i:yd'i i:
the 7thi gr:de.
A Monhner heJvil I'ish.
DeIstroyiing it- victim. is a type of
Constipation. 'lli; powt r of this
a murderous malady is felt on organs
and nerves and mincles and brain.
There's no hIeAlt h till it'- overcome.
But Dr. King's New Life Pills are a
.-:fe' and certain cure Best ii the
wi rld flo Stomach, Liver, KIidteyv-
;mld liawels. Only 25 cents at W. A.
D'Alilibherte's drug store.


The executive committee of the Rich Deposits of Slenua.
United Charities met at library hall JACKSONVILLE. Fla., March 27.-Judge
yesterday afternoon., accepted the .. .,. .. .


W11il ,l'Wi~fe. Whitiran away fl.it mxre-igmiltion -if $ccrt'tarv J. X. Ali- J. 13. Churistie (o1 ftis city wants to or-
*rI!Ic- a-t Fridity, returned ye'tetr- drew; and ele-cted .ALif. D'.Xeicn- galaize a company tio develop what be
iv af 1-1 114ii0:1. He. had t)*-en to) 111111Tbarte -e'rf-lary ,Lid F-. C. Bre-ut I andi others Ibelieve will result in oue of
r a-Witti 1an01110#('- iifr W'it rea-zu rer. 1the na' st valuable cuxt.rprisolos ever iman-
A- relative-' there. T1he poolice coourt docket tii- morni- gurattad in YFlorida. It is to mine a bed
CL io-f Eniginieer Ma4ittfitrd 41f the. L. ingi shovoed only four entria-, two (ifumw sia-nua. oif which there is an inex-
et X. arrived here y1'.-te rday after- for fighting. ill v._%a ich Caua' tile de- haustible supply, and samples of lxhich
ii.ii-paca' hewrko Cum-fii~nt er hie~rrd1oe'o hart. been pr~lourvd that show veniark-
*.iiidincia Street Wharf and left I visiiting a piac-e where lewd nes la'ti-1aite
i-t uziitt fir ILouisville. practiced. fined $235. and one for di--;Ir~nr rmMnl,
NfI-- A lma JIttlfinso) tofLjoui5sil e IorderlANCICOndreb 7 $7.titains
..xpt-rt In umuiner. i-A busily ciagageti I A mneetinir (of the Esczambia P Iiti'-s, port Slcridn. Mhrch lef .-Thila trchs
r- uailnarvdepartineit of Wn?., wa hleld lt-I night. Maj. R. M. Cary'ptSirda.wic etMnl ac
~ Son i=ii&filummking dainty ht r-dnadarognztoa~P n ilarrive' here the Latter part of
I thI ii net"t fillr thle S Pring: trada' if thet company was e t-fected by ioth in- wiwk. bringsID)11 army prisoners, ssi
v'Itet iiih Of S. M Cru,-ziq captaiin, C. 11 II i-nt'. :32 d'cuaglstoldiers.
I. nu. H I. (. kltoa as ,*'iaM4,rentii Jolliaes a-;first Iiia--ateriant and 1i naavy.'v11!i141aial14 si k jackies..
L:, II*. C..\IarhC. i4.1thn 11:1ezondflieu-: -Iadlifiti-,id i] -taical iiffirer has heoti,
*I-1 alI' I. aIfjIi'!Ia crt HWarr~anea- to) D.oW.al. Yax- :0 Alea airca, biliazid ol
tf lia lttihitlukyatAl(-airazte.tana (i
I a iintv flaai- I f ._ ti+ iiaa'jrt I H1i,),_ r Ian-' Iai--t~r'

andi tt T:Il-i' Ia-u t aItii. I Itt II. I-il ,. tman -i'ti aI*ht'
I 'l w Iuh. %-:I-if a if l -rl"'

V .* 1 (C # 1 1 # 1. f hPaiiti afoi li 2 .tu d ; z U n t n t ~ a fw

1.V1--on. Atlanlta. E. L.. sitilp- o1 j.* Ltw off New tOrleains (. 1-11'* t:.niaM'I-` --'ti ~v2
N.\v Yoz k. j o. It. Duriestre. Ste rkarid('.S. Wt-a I fIltI V-toi1.
if 31" :'.I'-atd W- J.Ciaa't-. 'iiW. hF. Kiiiait. ( J. .1.I'tteiihridze (reramery P1oa S-a~rla.
aianioag thetire-st- FrIoi- Mi~anllIf. Schuai'ki. if Nfw i'r.Ail. z!- I: ix\,(Ga.. "Il:ara hIt 27.- Sparta if tat.
tIkLI. at tii t'.I-ii~otu'l E-c AIai- :l e Iiohlwtt* (if 1.:hri.i'1 arid -ii. haai\ a crair'i11rV. PTh ee i-sary aIi il ti~ft
II a~afiaoff. ( hic -., ire aiiaozig the A Ift,.1% ia k h3 en rai:',a-l and w,.:':i will
u a 'Ti wr A-L Iak Il. -ti- -tr, at t!.#. Ms'r, 10, (. nu~lt~aicid *ilialaIII, nuilaling!. 11, t~it
!: l:t- hiteaii 'iiiiduc(tfig t: ct th, itur futurG.
rI-ztaukitati fll Broad st re. t V.,iik- -it t!*I:,- 4)ia f thlt
It:'' --a iav.'- tii-d'&i' fr n 1--w #Ititric(:. -IaIt I w.I-p'laliflt ilFor Over Fifty Years,
ii'~~ m-i te will i-uxhil-11 ~i:v~ralt'i..staM R A.WtI.'f:,IW'l4 74"ITHIN~i 4 )YIUP haf
;af~ii~e-lfill. "', ei'an i-i'd or (over riftyv"ye'ar, v n lai mi. I*am
-, Il hii-ir---Witt]hk -Is t. tr--1- 11Iv a., alr'':Ad'a' to-ira inl(of t hue uantI-r- t'ar thia'r chiuuiarin o.h14, te t,.itzna,
I. a,.' :I-luf i htold ro-ud#ri ii+ alii'hlic tv #-i'ta nf -t~ii nt :ali tiit riun ti~v With pq'rf.-'ct aiuee',S. it %4)()tjeb.j-iI. 'a
twii- t rni :I- n-v tw n _,,%,raor- or, f t-1 colic. :and 14i the-' be't r.'uaedv for Iiiarrhten
jitah*~tiillv tab (i:;r lot' ..latin Ceiiiihi,Ftait i tI- ilojia cacti- it %ii rlruiievv tie pqotar littlo- hufY.r'ri rma-
11I- :aallt1ii'ia-.t. tFai..tt-l~taf -i-t i ,t-'ed ir*!I- w-,, end o! th-, ewj-' fieaiateO-l. silti by Jirulaazitin ama ave
A (.t~attiaiii ta-ia' jhiiiiltat wi: t~i~ ;eami~sii' rompart (If t6" worini. Twiraty-tive crtl- a baI*-
A Iil- If- t~wk alin4sid- frcm "Ia4- ::..sureusod ask for 1"Mrn. Wan-iaaw'
('lit i-tiauin.iaTleta l..IIi wiich i ca'ac~all ivhiduunj t.-d directly I Sciftl~~ing yrutxli and take no other k~r ai.


THE


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There's eWord or Two That's Spoken in

White Goods Department.


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THE PEOPLE'S STORE,


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BSdm Wmn and a
hmS HS8 appeal to evy
N oi l Had.
Both are better for the use of, and may be
kept free troi iiness, by

Sloan'sLinimentl
This. Lminm is the best antieptic known.
It positively kills disease germs. It cures
RbeMnit/a, Cramp and Colc. Used gen.
rally in the stale with vood results, whUere
otherliniments fail. In the family in preftr-
ence to any known liniment on thrhe market,
externally or iatcraaaiy. L%.ry borttlh l war-
rantcd.
Family size, 25 cents. -'
rorse size, 5, ,.rnts and $.ton.


llHors-' Arrive itl .ienihls.
,-.Mi';ni-. M.ar'-h 2;. -A spvrial train
if 11 liors ai-'s hlav, arrive-d atl Mtnt-
iini~irv park fnroii Niw Orhl'anis. Tht-v
lin'.ii't ih. i-tring it' .1. J. MCIat'rtertr,
1. Frii.. )is 1I). Ri. .r-. XV. EI.
XV.. t1-. II. T. (;rilin. A. F. WV,..un,
Mr-. M. M. Mint *r..1. E. Jhari.i.a iz,.r
t t r.. Vstil. WVatki-ist H. ;G. T\' i.dtll
aniad athr -iiw r.. To mi tlv.in'.- string
has .rri 'la iiifrill Na-huvill,..


Rallroad Men In ('onf'reneie.
AsiIEvi.E,. ('., March- .7 -A inct-
injug o)f r,'ipr'cs-itativ.'.s of the Virgiuia
anld trunk li'ne railways i, iI sessioIn at
th.- lR:ttr"ry IP rk hltl. T!ah- sessions
will lpriaiil; laist two r" three davs.
TIl. fdlj-ct of thii nie'.'tiing is to discuss.
the i un't.tion of 'smmii-nir tourist rates.
Their prospect is that there will be nomna-
terial 'hanig ;inu the r'ateqs as they ex-
jstid last season, though the whole mnut-
ter will be cart fully vcncoilered.
Death of Father Tighe.
CHi'Aio. March 27. Rev. Father
Dennis Tighe, priest of the organization
of the Holy Angels church, Oakwood
boulevard and Vincenues avenue, one
of the largest Catholic congregations in
the city died of pneumoniathLs morning,
followinm an attack o aptanditiia.
Cold Steel or Death.
"There is but one small chance to
save your life and that is through an
operation," was the awful prospect
set before Mrs. I. B. Hunt, of Lime
Ridge. Wis., by her doctor after
vainly trying to cure her of a fright-
ful ca.Q of stomach trouble and yel-
low jaundice. lie didn't count on
the marvelous power of Electric Bit-
ters to cure Stoniach and Liver
troubles, but she heard of it, took
seven bottles, was wholly eured.
avoided surgeon's knife, now weigh-
more and feels better than ever. It'..
positively guaranteed to cure tomi-
ach, Liver and Kidrey troubles and
never di-appoints. Price r(oc at W.
A. )'Alemberte's dirug .toir.


GOING<(; I)W\N Hlli.
Pe,,op l- si ut.'rinag from kidney ,udi -
eia s ei f i el ai rl'a al[t but --teady to
of vitality. 'T'hey shionhi loA1 io
tine in trying Folev's K'nev C-,.y
It i- gtuar:aiitied. WV. A. I)'Aleiin-
)-I'rte.
Attend Falk's opening
to-morrow, Thursday and
Friday.
w eii n l y 1 v ti h ,!r lt l, v r \'., !llm y" l.V '
a ,nll > ii.-) ,
Bui t c.\ ;ii/' t Iiall iiiallot iu' i l ,,iha l;
-i iw 'ii .Mertii t!h.
Ai l ir c(aaik- anti>l:)t ail'ok with-
* i* i!: lil:it'-l .lai i Ilt'f.. S a:irv ti t.c ili-


- : iit ;it -; 1 l-. Tl' o., 1,t.'riai in
ir.i ti i pr at u ''". u,,,(. W ho v ,il--Ola ^
", ni.'-t I). t the b at quality. iI'
.'," !! .ll t- 1 ,o to lll' r -' .t 'gil'' !,'
t :'i; i l':n ri h. lt i :, a -., v'r"i >,, -
lfi:a ili:" w it li t h .-at'j'ct w :l: tt.W!
y, i- .l a 'ihy'-'
V.'t't he a i -lU't h ,,t ino t 'ai"y ,tI
fir-t-cit,-!-, ,. -gr:rtr nii stri;!!- f1
.' '(1. .-i o') ('-ii n c lf'li tii,' ft.... -
"tit ir tl' I ,,l-" thlIm -I .--
ti: -)Ip: iuf t it. :t !lbi ar \N \\: ;a
:;, !i;i- r ,P t T hr:i -'t! ,- y )" l,':iri.> (!
o'..nill i Vi.-';t;;i e '.: W ,i".,,a"'!' i
aW hf, l'ovVl It f P'i> o r:, I' t '
,v..ry t !.i 't, :..-, .I T,* a' :t t+' v'.1;u i; ;
We would like for you to call. Wt will







Attend Falk's opciii',-H to-
iti1j1rou', Tur.'l(tj mtf/ id '/-

We havP movpd to 1I S. Paijfox reft
We would like for you to call. We will
sell you instruments on terms We wail
exchange pianos with you. Wewitl save
you money on a piano or organ.
Jess Frcric Plane & Organ Cg .
11 S. l1alafox .street.


Schwartz,

Proprietor.


(.


*NEW ARRIVALS!-

OUR first announcement of New Arivals of Spring
Apparel. A generous assortment, large variety
of colors and styles to select from of Ladies' Waists
We carry all i, inds: the largest assortment in thL
city of well known brands. Among them the famous
"'i';i/}/; /,/v*..'..;"" famous for fit, style and firish-in


fact the best fitting Waist in the land.


dealer cr customer can den\.


This fact no


You may form some


idea of our offrin's by a glance at our large exclusive
Shirt Waist Window, and they arc cheaper than
heretofore i)y rean oof our Motto: "SI-I.I Ciii:.\' AM )
TIII-RI:I',V I 'l. .,-. I lii FPUSINI-SS"


New
Arrivals:


LS fiD. EBROIDRrivNe
RUS hu. tftl1h1t0l1lt Arrivals!


Our Centre T' ib bl- : :. e :.ii; .g beneath a i soodly sh.ire of tt..- Newet
I':.i:. in iLaces and Embroideries.
Swi s l",'i: .-:;ioi. Hamburg Edging and Innertion,
\'al'-nci;i Lace and Insertions.
3j nci.lie T<>rclhon Edging and Insertion.


Ge'rmaan' T rehaun IiXri.


Aplique Lace and Insertion,


S:; ;.:t. Oriental and Plat Val, Lace-.
.,iN) Remnaiinit- H.ai burg Edg:ing. six yard length-, worth 7:'. t,, 4o at D)c.


Sweepit n Sale of Muslin Underwear! *

One Lot Child'- )Dr.aw--. !-i:niieJ and :u k, ize Ind :2, n a:... 10 pair
Sizes 3. !1. 5 a'ld *. n .v............................................ 15e pair
( Li)., Lt (i'nt!d'- 'rimrnpd Drawer.~at t'o-t Mark.
: Lt., ('ild's TfriniItied Gowns at Co',t Mark.
(o, [..t ('!,;,' Trrimmed kirt- at ('Co't Mark.
,*- I,., i iminiid downs at ('o-t M1.ak.
One Lot L i, di--' T'riin;i .il (!a'ch mi-e. worth :3', for.................2-'Oc each
One Lot Lad !i-' 'ri'i;;. t.';iuinbric C'h-miie, wi rth 7.-,' f(,r....... 4',c each
-'-:'no Lot Odc s and Ends-
In Ladi -' Snirt-Z ;ta'(l Gowns to Cllo-e ()'it at (C'o-t Miark P'rice.


DeFUNIAK SPRINGS.


Two 11h itio ('f omIIiitsait'hivi a 11. 4kN' It. It.
'Seat cf "..heFMcrida Chautauqua new in SCession
Un~IH Ma.rch 27Zth,
:.~'.P'~ z'j invo"CstCqrn j r:aZ~~


If


i' '*
I lajia t


/ nIlisdh .'tXainsook, -0 inches 'wide. /2-pyard pieces, f'or
EKnlih Cambric'. -'. inches wide, for
Nec Our SPFCIA.L \'7iite India Lawns at
-t> Pieces i l'hi/e Lawn at
This is an Exceptional Good Value.


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5'.Cy~arid.



REGULAR


DII1ER


LEWIS BEAR & CO., Sole Agents.
A--Q Iu 3 L'OZe.
Old. Quaker, Hunter a d Parol3 Rye Whiskeys.
<--Chesterfield Eourbon Whiskey.-,:-


--oUeJ1J.ST RECEIVED:X'-
33 pieces -Sea Island" Percales, (shirt waist styles) 1-yary
w ide, 15c value....................................................................... 121c yard
19 PIECES STANDARD 36-INCH PERCALES................................. 10 yard
CW=MAII. ORDEI FPItOMPTI.Y AND CAREFULLY FILLED.- _


-~~ mm


-AT--


Nfick Rpostle's Restaurant.


Beginning next Saturday I will serve S
Re-ulTr Din itr, froa iil:; to 2::O ecU
day. t --5 cents.
-hort Orders Fromptly 8rved all Hours Ca_ 1.a
of Day or Night.
Fishb ao10vsteo ia AIll Stvles. I -- e ai


J. M. BILLIARD & CO.,


-M lnufacturer- and Dealers in-


B;i gies, Wag) s an!i Drays,

airin Attended t3 Fromntlv.- -,


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


Prevention
:ter than cure. Tutt's Liver
Ils wi not only cure, but if
..-n in t will prevent
Sick Headache,
lpc,.ia. biliousness, malaria,
tijiatlion0, jaundice, torpid
r and kindred diseases.
TLTT'S Liver PILLS
ABSOLUTELY CURE.


THE CYNIC.


I'L U'41,' I.' n thatt tt1 'me 19
I...mPu ipri-.'-Iif .1] knewt


at .:i4' ., -k'..for !uew
*nt- 'wrt tlitht rn.-n:are' ri.:t-
a.1.-.i:11 ib. 'Id shoetw- left
aftw'~m.:ir.1 vvhea shet

* : I, :, 1 .1i '~,... sr wear-
* .. I '; t"ItIi t o s't-be'ar


ELECTRIC SPARKS.


:rl T ~' t .I, I ra t.Cntiitt (.4


r.- tvL






I's rudinca 101ite1
41 *via -ti!:5of
.1 .e ~ he' IrnI I l!ipi uu s


1. r .~ti "A hellent bov
1*4 1re.ri % or. ( one day
( 11 1; A.. Sles orth (of
"!:41-1L'1;2 s.. .'141Ilvderrat a
**f'e.I!w' e.I2;I ..eSafe kee-co
I! I it:: H.~r .1 Ithe el idi

. 111.1: iii l .*n their
*~ a -; t !..j t athedyna~
.. :::ji i ~,4e54a riautti


::illfT'. 'o lt that (if Cloth1
-tv .iLI i- o* untrifoutod Iso mucli
1 e '. :*1 3 tit] :141%. :iri(4.n1'it (if
1 't I 'T li''':'.ii which Is
Ii,...I,'of ~I' t'('in ica I Indus-
11,i- 't lli4 lmme w.-~~IS EpY).-p
*..?fli4)ii., :trdo'rm; of VersaIllem
,T j %.11, 1 t f to N 11.


Il,//(fldsmeparlor xu it cx
"'9111 AJlf,4jo,.f( l A f/i(/j


' rTE oE rcm wAfT'


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SIR DONALD STEWART DEAD.
Bed DBem Promine rtly 14entiaed
With ladles Army For Ye-rs.
ALwzuS. March 26.-Field Marshal
Sir Donald Martin Stewart is dead in
his seventy-seventh year.
He haa been prominently identified
with the Indian army since 184 and
was with the Canadian division an the
Afghan war. 1878-b0; was at the battle
of Ahmed Kohl in 186bO and commanded
the troops at Cabal and an northern
Afghanistan till their final withdrawal
in i.bu. He was a member of the vice.
roy's council in 18o&. commander in-
chief in India 1871-65 and a member of
toe lodian council 1885-98
S.4er f its io e'..t.
SPARTANBL'UR. S. C.. March 2d -Cal.
bonn Ii. Allen, a white later from At-
tants, while working on the steeple of
the Preebyterian church, fell from a
caffold about 70 feet above the around.
nad was very seriously injured. Sey.
gral hands were working in the sower.
One arm was dislocated and the other
broken and his forehead was severely
bruised. It is not known yet what the
internal injuries are. His recovery is
very doubtfuL
Ste mer ftramlded.
WASHIxOTON. March 96.-The life.
saving service has received word that
the Norwegian steamer Vidar of Fred-
erickshold. Captain Bjornson, from New
York to Norfok, in ballast, wentashore
this morning shortly after midnight at
DAnineck Mills. 5 miles south of Cape
Henry, Va. The lifesaving crew have
established communication with the
vesset The crew of lb men are safe
for the present and will remain on ward.
MtIn'rs (et 20 Per (Ve.t Icreasse.
ALT(oNIt. Pa, Mar.-h 2 --The Al-
touna Coal and Coke company, the
Henrietta Mining company and Fro.
gaihty Ca' companyy, all of this citv,
bhave notfl.ei tneir miners of a generai
advarni- in wageq of 21) per cent to take
ff,.-:t April i Thb in rea e is. volun-
'tary and wil benefit o.ojj miners.
\ 1't-lonl Wall D)etllumr.
Tiu (a, March 26. Hon
Thomas E Watson will not accept the
nomination of the Populist party for
the presidency. When asked for a
statement on the subject. Mr. Watson
stated that he was out of politics.
l.GISl- ."LATI E CANDI DATES
And I)elegataesI to the C tio ,y 'oriveIn
ioni at Poweliron. April I-1.
Following are the candidates for
ti-I. lzi-Liture and the. list of ddle-
zate'- to o tl;e countity d'iiemocratic con-
veiiti.nii at Powelton, April 14. eni-
dor-ed liy t(he Workiiiriinr-n'-i I).- mi-
cratic club:
io-'r Ilse Legitilature.
('. .Moreno Jntie-.
H. C. Clopton.
ll
Pr.cirijt -12-H. H. Wick.. F. R.
Pem. R. A. ('redill., Win. Carlini-
c-ha.-l, Thos. G. tivr-.
Precinct 13-J. F. L. Quina. Ar-
thur Johnion, J. C. Averyv. J. Whit-
i.ig Har;i-. Ja-. L. Swoneey.
Precinct 14-(;us Eitzen. J. E.
Baar-. A. V. Zelius, H. G. iDeSilva.
Ja-. < 'Ilrie-n.
Pr-cinct 15--Tho'-. Johnson. John
1I. Jone-. F. E. Commyns. WV. A.
Di.lihai,. HI. A. WVater-. lim-tf


Smoke DURHAM Ci-
'% '+TVAI&


IRHEUMATISM IXJ'.OUR
R H fu N T I sN smlers rrvcs9,


Is due toan acid poison which gains access to the blood through failure of the proper SlE11 Join Sl .
organs to carry off and keep the system clear of all morl,id, effete matter. This poison
throughh the general circulation is deposited in the joints, muscles and nerves, causing the most intense pain.
Rheumatism may attack with such suddenness and severity as to make within a few days a healthy.
active person helpless and bed-ridden, with di torted limbs and shattered nerves : or it mayv 1e slow in
developing, with slight wandering pain-, just severe enough to make one feel uncomfortable. the ten.
dencv in such cases is to grow worse, and finally become chronic.
Like other blood diseases, Rheumatism is ofien inherited, and exposure to (lamp or cold, want of proper
food. insufficient clothing, or anything calculated to impair the health, will frequently cause it to develop
*R in early life, but more often not until middle age or later. In whatever form, whether acute or chronic,
acquired or
inherted, Rheoumatism I Strictly a Blood Disease,
jr? and no liniment or other external treatment can reach the trouble. Neither do the preparations of potash
and mercury, and the various mineral salts, which the doctors always prescribe, cure Rheumatism, but
ruin the digestion and break down the constitution.
A remedy which builds up the general health and at the same time rids the system of the poison is
the only safe and certain cure for Rheumatism. S. S. S., made of routs, herbs and barks of wonderful
solvent, purifying properties, attacks the disease in the right way, and in the right place the blood and quickly neutralizes
the acid and dissolves all poisonous deposits, stimulates and reinforces the overworked, worn-out organs, and clears the system
of all unhealthy accumulations. S S. S. cures permanently and thoroughly, and keeps
the blood in a pure, healthy state.
Mr J 0. Malley. 123 W. ith Street. Indianapolis. Ind.. for eighteen monthswas so terribly aflicted
with Rheumatism he was unable to feed or drese himself. Doctors said his case was hopeless'. He had
tnedl hifty-two prescriptions that friends had given him, without the slightest relief. A few bottles of
8 S S We will send free our special book on Rheumatism, which should be in the hands S q
of every sufferer frnm this torturing disease. Our physicians have made blood and skin 4
diseases a life study, and will give you any information or advice wanted, so write them
fully and freely about your case. We make no charge whatever for this service. Address, SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlamta, a.


A Fair Dhivision.

urati*.'





A 1- Iiv dn d


a(cIofIeait.
.4 ~. I..a' .14 L Lit I Ilainl


TIME TART*R.

LOULsVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.
IN EFF'CF JANI'ARY '7., W0.
No.';. No. "2. No. I. No. S.
12:15 noon 11 :2) p rn Leav' Pensacola .....Arrive 4:1.5 p in :.~1 a am
:1 I p In 12:. iighlig t Arrive. Floniaton Arjv 2:4 .,p in l :.: C a 111
4:12 p in ;:l:i a m Arrive ... Mobile .. Arrive 12:. isinoon 1.2:*1 night
,-:: p mu 7:41 a ti Arilive Now 4 rleans f .Arriv 7 .;-F:i a rn 7:45 p in
,:'.4 p iIIn :11ii In Arrive. IMontgoinery ... Arrlvt. 11 :-11 a In 9::) p in
1';:,i a in 7:1U p m Arrive Nashvlille .. Arrive- "2:1 aii 9:tW a ni
12:!. iinoon ': :;1a in Arrive Loui-vill, .....Arrive, 9:12 p in 2 :r a IIn
4 :01i. n m 7:' 5 a in Arriv.. 'ineminnati Leave f5:4. p in II :il p mI
BrtwkEiN PENSACOLA AND JACKSONVILLE.


Noi. 21.
11 :. nii1ght
1 *t 5 in t ,h t


,N'.4 3.


l|(f., 1, ;'. :- .^ nI gLli t ..- ir i. 1
4:1 a inl 9:> a In
lIoot. Mon! ;: is m i 10::0 am
S7:4)a ni 11 :lSa I
S ,f 1 1' f r.1 :1,1 rin l v1 1 a. .:l5 a II 2:l. nool
I.:! .. i i- .; r:[ ,,ri.. k's eldrit l'h spells, .... .......... :4:4 p M
Ti.: ,4, '.. r.i<-. t v i. r.%, r w. rn' ilt stray ........ .. ...... 7:25 o m
C 'Jj tn'' we u w, it e s, v r, 1'!'r
-C-hw. sa,) Record.



KIDNEY DISEASES A

are the most fatal of all di
eases. WBIUSISSP
O KIDNEY CURE Is I
FOLEYr S ararted R diy

or money refunded. ContainsOO AND
remedies recognized by emi-,
nent physicians as the best for
Kidney and ladder troubles. i 1
PRICE 50C. and $.00.
WV. A. D'ALEMBERTE.

GICAND EXCURSION


gars at D LAaemuer'L To 'r,..nvill Montgomery and Bir-
Si in ih;l;am. Saturday niihlt, Marc.i
GO AY- :I. le.avinlii ion lepot a't 1 ,:i 1n
V- A -- II% II:lr =i--geer train. FA.re for
roui.1 tnl: Pen-aclla to Mont-
Grist and Corn Meal Mills, -"' 3-": to Greenville. TAI;
I, Birmingharn. $S.5 ") From Can -
5. F. GONZAiEZ & CO., Prop s, ''itn lm t.-amie -a. Pleniacola. Partie-
O0p s, irig leaperper will apply to ti'ketT
Manufactur-r. i .gent in tilne. Purchase ticket4- :it
CHOIIClMEALAN 1'lIREGRItOUND i'ket l'ice. Ticket; ,rood for five
STO(M K vI)iN dau-; t.) rt-tturn:. in any rgul:ir p;ts- .
STOCK FEE.) it,',r train. Fr urthier infrinfa-
I'l I roti17- Illon,. I-r-i;'u trv. for there Is t; !l ;:iD l.v tee
every rva-.an you should iuy your Meal and 4 RIl:T. K I NO or '
.stepk -'eel from the tion-. Manufacturer, P. T'II M AS,
for Iby so doing 'oi *nI'ouratgt home indus.
tvr. Your moni y :- ift in the community leitacola.
aWid you in rurn ar.- indirectly benefited.
in f.-tering the' hoim na nufacturer veryou
'j Tii.>ute to it. i-. of litnir. ) 1 1 ow Try 'I' i: N W- V:iit N.aColumini: it
it tI. tI romt unii ty in wtich you live and Will v ard iu.
wi i,'ld cotitributeb to o

TE BI IIA I CIIT T Al I IKE,


S.


A. FRIEDMAN, Prop.
AGENTS FOR


High-Grade


Liquors.


-II.VER BROOK. PRIVATE STO(K I1:N IHARI)IN SO)K I MASH.
VE;iY FINE; FRIEDIMAN' C'E I E RAID I IOLD I'R'\ATE
'SToCK. 12 YEAR. OLD.): (1.1) SILK VELVET'. KEN-
TI CKYhY PERFECTION OF PlI lTY. .\ND
I.1l'S (OF (OTHEIt I1RANDS WHICH
S'AC': WILL. No PEIRM IT
'TO MENTION.
rl ,,- iar... -t :tnl S.- l..c. d .' k f H, 't" W hi-kvy aind
\';n.- foer Fame ily l's,.
THE JUG TRADE IS OUR MAIN SPECIALTY.
.lPAI -. A tent fir the l-'.Fmnm i- P;al -: Milw:i ake.e Il;e-r. Free Deliv-
. l v,. ryv P i. t of the C(ity.


PENSAC'OLA. FLA..


SU/atsor- o po..
REAL ESTATF.
R(ntil and Insurance
AGENTr.
,,;:! r .!.tf, \ r',r. :.
i' \. ".

NICOLA CASSA,
RESTAURANT---OYbTlA-S.

S T ..-.w f..


Tele.pherr4e l'7~c.


Delmonico Hotel and Restaurant


ALL ORDERS SERVED ON SHORT NOTI
AT ANY TIME AT REASONABLE PRICES

) Rooms for Rent by the Day, (llek o N Month
311, 312 lrth Tarrapig Streat, Oppasits Uniln 0
O-Teiephone 68.---
---GEO. WILSON & CO.,-v--
Don't Forget to Stop With the Fat Man
FREli VKGEBLES IECEIVri DILYT. IDOLUALE All RU


Huplim I'm rnBoarding


MIil toni
OteFuiiink Springs.
Mariannta
.River .Junction
.. ......'l Ts llabas ee .
.Jacksonuville


ni


No. 2.
:IN) p ii
:eip In
'p in
.3: C p m
.420am


No. 2.
i::oI p m
.,:-1 p ni
2:44 p m
1':57 p in
1 u ;4i) noon
1 :2*11 a in
..... .. I ... .. .


-U


D MOST POPULAR BRANDS OF


WISD, LIDGUO CIDo IALS,

_zzBEBRMRS, ETC.,=-a
GLASS, LARGE OR SMALL QUANTITIES


1


-AT THE-




Ele


SALOON


Opposite Union Depot. Telephone No. 41;.


W. C. NORMAN, Proprietor.
* 5 a


AGENTS FOR


PENNLAND RYE WHTISKY,
BROOKHILL SOUR MASH,
YELL IWSTONV RYE WHISKY,
DAIRY MAID WHISKY.
ATLANTA BREWING COMPANY S
CELEBRATED BEER-K E<;S A BOHrTTLES


NAME'S


PANTS!S


( Said about 50) pairs of
long legged. slt rt legged,
slim, fat, pusjy, bow
legged, straightt legged
all sorts of legged gar-
inits. as they got out of
the boxes and up onto
sour clothing tables.
6h,1 pairs of pants inl one
day is a good many. but
what :hout tiheil' Some
are a dollar a pair, good
eas-simere pant-. Some
are two dollars a pair.
good c:.s-iintre panta.
Somi are three dollars a
Spair. good cawoiniere
pauts. Sollie are two,
three and four dollar-s a
pair. good wor,-ted( pants.


WE DO NOI

buU pants fofr adrer-

tisingf purpOiioes-to i Oiiid

cheap. 1 'e li Hy good pant.,

pants that are n,'tde of

good goods: pants provided

with all the comforts of

home; front pockets, i'atch

pockets, (to watch your


money pockets


Ililitt in


case your wife wants to see

if she is getting half of

your income) pistol pockets

and refreshment pockets.


E-EVERY DAY-Y
o--.LLKLEI--
ALL &e CLEIN'S


Mammoth Retail Grocery,

502-504 SOUTH PALAFOX ST-,
ToloChon.01.0 8358.

LW 'Patron-. New and Old, are C',rdially I,'vit,.d to V% -it iand In1pect
thl ir Ilinilise Stock.


t WOOL PINTS

Solid as a rock. plain or fancy pat-
tern- for $2.T) tfhat will k..-1pa an able-
heodied ian lu-y ii;izlit- and day? t'o
wear thr-in out ini a y r. and for
par .t '.', aI IPd -' faiii -ya' ( -iiit reaelr
I);tit-t, ht|, <.( -,.a mttil ,f rp aed


knelc'.


E3. sEr.EriT,
0-PROPRIETOR O-r-o

ORON IWS YSA OON
0-DEALER IN-o W

Imported and Domestic Wines, Liquors and Ciars. W l
JUG TRADE A SP'rCTAT-TY. pant- for *;.1', that are, -
Corner Belmont and Devillier. Stq. PENSACOLA, FLA Patroiriz'e our Pantrv. it


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ipet. Gans, Pistols and Fishing Tackle.
AGENT for Birmingham Rolling Mills Company, Revere GOlan,
Stitched Belting, Northampton Emery Wheel Company, Laftin A Band
Powder Company, Johnson's Kalsomine, Iron Klag and Buck's toves
. and Ranges, Wm. Coupe A Co.'s Raw Hide Lace Leather, Masary's Beady
Till. ade. railroad olo.
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28, 1900.


THE DAILY NJ w9:
smett.. at Ithe rt Office at renescola,
Pa..- eseoomd-class matter.
Orwytwv: Pitt tuilding,."ll11, south Palo-
Se Lret. up-ttairs.
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Postage free.
TELEPHONE NO. 118.

Adlwrtising oReWt Furnishfd on Applicaoion.





Thbe paper Is on e with the
AMUim aUVERTIIN CO.,
admstt mIe**Ic. St. Pault. Minn.. where
lcri .adTvertsers and other may
mamle t and where e-,matee will be civen
pMspn r egNa tAL ADVERTIGIN&G

PEI8A00LA. MARCH. 28. 1900.

PRIC ICT IDEs ,EATF9.
The Mayv .Vernocratir Clubh,,f P.en.ac'al
ba endor.'-d ltb following ticket for d,';-
-gatt-t. lrn tlbt- city precinCtib t, the 1ll-in-
oroalir county i convention to l.c held ati
ruwelton. Apill 14 and ask that they tU.
aiven a b-arlt' -upport by tie vot*-ri:.
I'rT-ctC. 12. -i. 11. 4;1 I. i '". 'ill t ld s -
tLan. Win. l azz'lI, .1I I Axwell. aid I. F.
w" rig zton.
prJo-a ec, I.-W. A. .lunt. Tb'"*. Hannah.
J nlo ll 4 t h r;, 1.1 t,- ., l % '. .


rrr-rc nct .-. l 'u na-i. J. I n .
W 'nM. ~t.-t. J .'. Abj rt'iIll'i4 id \V A.
l uu tllati.
We cannot und.-r-tand. ow niv pIa).'r
calnutg it.-elf dt-nlcrat ic- ctn di.lt-d tlie
lrop lt- lotn llthat th- cot-tItlUtltiol l4f tlhe
l'nated statl's is not effective in 1'orto Kico.
-MNobie HI-eraid.
The New Orleans Picayune does
it; but then-onithe subject of pro-
tective tarilT-it is a lontr ways from
being democratic.
THE fact that Mr. C. P. Hunting-
ton, one of the chief opponents of
the Nicaragua canal. has entered the
Alabama campaign against Senator
Morgan,becau-eof theisenator' long
and ardent advocacy of that great
work, will opt rate "by contratrie-."
and do much to insure his nomina-
tion and election to succeed himself.
THia proflt- made in Florida every year
by dealer! in canniil fruits, vegetables. lih.
etc.. would Ie more than buflTcient to erect
a first-class canning factory in each county
in the state.and tie profits would begin at
the other -nd of the route, and our fruit
aud truck gro,.ort -ould grow rich. As it
a now. thousands of dollars are cent from
the state to buy these articles,. hnltel- uifli-
(lent material rots in our titlds to build up
a tremendoutp blitiii-ts.-Perry Herald.
Doe unot the truth of this brief
tatt-tnent appeal to every individ-
ual who desires the advancement of
hiue town. his county. and the state.
as the natural and inevitable re-ult
of judiciously utilizing thl-ir exi-t-
ing resourcet-.


A IPoultry Trust.
Armour & Co'. and Swift & Co..
twoof the large-t manufactur-ers of
animal food products in thle country.
are said to be contemiiplatin;g th,,- or-
ganizatiotn of a combination to con-
trol the entire- poultry pI'liduct ount-
pat of thue I iteald State--if the' caIn.
While thi-i- :a -triking illu-tration
tf the natur.,l t-nd#dney ,of the-ir
claw to b.- readyI fr ;ai al n lavt iett
that proumi-,- to put dollars ain their
pocket- at t:i- xpeni--se of thl'' vastt
atrnvy of clti,-illa-rs if whinchl oir
population i- to-. lar:,ely (',inposed,i
at Suggest tht exisienc" of condi-
tions which (\,n ithi. Sr.ift- ai; the Arinuras will litat th lt-mselve-
imrwerle--- to eV+ I Ce*ol)-.
There *-xi-t- ii, -: tidt feo it
produce: t!,..t i o ea-y to, letohix -..
,,r that % it-l .I- r, r' ta iin-I c- pof-
itable r,-t r ; :- : th,. ::;;'t'
cf Il at +'.". I .:.:.'- a :i >t r ; e ifU -
Ve-t.d ,. t'. I:I *I't" -ul I ', I: l 'iI
poultry f.armtai.. :, v r- ;.i -t tt;at
a uL fauna.1y. i.' .- t...:tt. a- ; ;. \\,!,!,
arX cely a .i :1 t : -t: : c-::
provid it-.-l w i :il. .>! i;4t -l .',-
ply a tu . f ,- ' I '", ..,,:; ;. c a-

:lhroug'.eal: 1t1:. '., !i--- ;a :-. t, tlh,.
ipla -Ul t 1!- a : 1-: o a :1 .- -
S profit i :- a A -- : : .t. :: to
the reti:tll; fir, i .- -'t a i1 far- ii1:-.
No % C)t'I Ii ,ii '.: a-,i',try : 1 -ei nt-
m ore fa.v. ..i -o !,ditiqion- i ; r I.,
cond c" o,,f -u 't .---. :'. : n 1 'ro!i;;tab .-

ti ll etold.'I ;a- tla.t: C 14-(*tll-;ia '-- I-
not more lar.- ly f'llowe. I :.t- a
itrallge f.a': tl tt dti tiiii ianL ch winter
poultry i- -hilpP" to t ,(;eor-ia and
Florida from: T'elnte-.-ee at.d the
states farther wi-t. in ti rmious.
quantities. The- sament i- true of
e.gs. The people of these two
statee could, if they would, not
only supply the entire demand
for thee products within their own
territory, all the year around, but
could also produce a surplus for
shipment to the larger cities of the
Soath. which now bring their sup-
plies from the state ,of the Wes-..
These facts ave been reiterated
ani and again throughout the en-


extraordinary indifference of the
people t. this industry is that the
prices of poultry products, even in
the midst of a territory so favorably
adapted to their production, are
sometimes far beyond the reach of
the close liver, and mu-t be regarded
as luxuries, when in fact they should
be both plentiful and cheap. while
at the fame time yielding good re-
turns to the producer.
A WIDE-SPREAD sentiment pre-
vails among the people of Pensacola
highly commendatory of the strong
ground taken, from the beginning of
his administration of the affairs of
the Pensacola navy yard, by its dis-
tinguished commandant. Captain W.
W. Reisinger, looking toward the
complete rehabilitation of the insti-
tution, and its merited replacement
in ;he front rank among the naval
st ttions of the nation. Pens:icolians
of all classes will cordially co-oper-
ate with him, with all the powers at
their command, in the accomplish-
ment of that great purpose.


Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup isthe best medi-
cine for sore throat, laryngitis, quinfsy or
tonsllltis. Every drop of it soothes and
heals. A twenty-fire cent bottle of tni
wonderful remedy will cure a cough or.cold
in one day.
INFORMAL INSPECTION.
G(en. Brooke Viilts Pensac *la -'ortill-
cauions and I)elenbes.
Major General John R. Brooke. 1'.
S. A., accompanied by his aide.
Captain Jas. T. Dean, and Captain
C. A. F. Flagler. U. S E., arrived in
hlie city ye-sterday evening a.nd took
roons at the Merchants hotel. AA.
were in citizen's dress, and the pur-
pose of their vi-it, as stat<-d to a
NE w representative by Capt. IDean
in a brief interview this morning, is
to simply visit informally the naval
stationn and the fortificationii- and de-
fenses et Pensacola.
(en. Brooke, whom, it is under-
stood, will shortly succeed Gen.
Merritt in command of the Depart-
ment of the East. with headiquar-
ters at Governor's island, N. Y., is
here simply to familiarize himself
with the local situation, and not for
purposes of official inspection. His
visit may justly be regarded as of
unusual significance to the interests
of the port and the city, since the
knowledge gained by a personal
view is certain to affect the attitude
of the military authorities of the
government towards tlits section of
the territory soon to be under his
jurisdiction.
The distingtushed vi1i-t,,rs 1 ft the
city at an early hour for F'ort Bar-
ranc s. where they will becoeii-l the
guests for the day of Major Calef.
the commanding officer. anid will
vasit the navy yard, Fort Picekens
and other fortified points at the
mouth of the harbor. They will
leave f,.'r t. Augustine o: t'e 7
o'clock t.*ain to-mor, w mior.Ji 'g.
('Cpt. Dean very courttou-ly re-
p ietted i:tht the brief stay o(f Gen
Hrooke iand himself would prevent
them from -eeing as m11uc1 of the
city anmd p-ople of Pen-acola a-; they
d--ired, and hoped that it liii:ht ihe
thlir good f-irtune to do -o nplii tie:
)ccauiotn of sone future vi-it.


Wh ri-ca (n y-ul invo-'t on)iiey iimort-
profiaht.iy tha.n lvy ltly a .1b ) :1: !I1
PR .Kil.v ASIt lITrrEll-. yIt e-t
fo': for one. A kidun-y inid i' -i,
a liver tonic. stomiii:tc. -tren' t;-tr, i-
and bowel cleaner. Fo;r indiicines
fer oi(. dollar. Sod I;' i:Hnnah

A SlSPICIO('lS Fill E.
C'ira-uni.t.ancePs 'irs in i Toiv.ardtl In.-
'etie!diarsrit i.
At :2e, l:at lnii.ht an alari wa-v
-ounded frein box 17. and the li:e
department asscilibled at the resi-
dence of Mr. Jeff. B. Howell, ,,n
West Government street near Coyle.
A neighbor who had di-c.-vered the
fire had broken into the huime and
dragged out at burning mattru -. and
b.-d Clothinig into th- yard. where
thie were, extinguis!.,< d. No o.ne
wAi, in the hnuillinz. th ,ectup a.-n-
h-tvili gi one oufit to spenlt the e'-ei-l-
il,-t. le.avinL th-e he o -e lickel up.
T;In- c:1ti-e of the fire w.t t ; iiaited
l.aiitp fot l near or uaiitrt!:ta hd.
w l.i,.i r '- fo un d bu lt;rti:;-. 'i'l,, in-
! ill.t i.a .i i l L lll l t', t i'i <+ l'alt r H -
IftI t i i t. i f. l I.t i x ii ', iia.-e'lif
if t: '-oittlitlell ;a ;-r t!ak i:'- Rit i *a- -
tli: t ;i-l;i > ti li> k l i % f ; : ;. :1-.-
.tTi:t : tAndl W elit I i p' :,.l t!:, ;.i.'
A ai t i'.',' r-l: 1. in :; r -,. :n
W I -,e Ilaa t ide- ;i t,.l t;d l -: la !I+ "1-i-
A. t- a ' :'i. t e he' I ll lit-o :. I.'-
i! t'i1 l lI I, Xt: IV t i l-h el ;In i w, lii .

'lt hi'-t ,- h.-I e I- to : r. .J.,!
if-'.. nl I: .I Ii t.-t 'i ... I -. '
.ill e ti 'ga1t; ti-t T i<- '- i--
;.. i --'-:. i.r;: a tai(d : : I. .*w .
aiaze* d iL i : iav:1-t 1t i i i .


Nrvou;) w#;a krn -- I r )i ,,lpi: ,ti,:
of th- h ir art utmiic.at- ili-orI-r <;
* .: fi- 1 -;.'l; a ls i tlici.- ti ,:,. i tl; i
i 4 - I : r. l -. I (' i ; ; : .
Ai-di- ;-i al r' 1.1on 's ; : t' -- .i
tlh- t;;ea t --ym etot I- ati',dl I I il.l- u: ,
-tromu-. an1i v r o H:iaun:ih Bro-.
Hl-annali Brrs'. are ag-eint-t for Dc-
Wees' Cough Cure. Diarrho.t I-imi-
edy and Witch iaz-1l S:itve. They
guarantee all three of these prepara-
tions and will cheei fully refund the
money to any onte who u.-es them
without being benefited. Price 25
cents each.

No Grp* Pain
Or discomfort, no irritation of the in-
testmines- but gentle, prompt, thorough
healthful cleansing, when you take
AI....-- mJPFmI A ,.


THB WARSHIP& MUblCALE
ListofOfflee f( of he New York, ?Iexas Benefit Public ticlna.l Library. Citn.
ad Machiasa. ter'. Hall. March 29, o100o. 8 n. it,
Interest in the arrival here to- opening election . Heine orch.--itr
morrow of Admiral Farqnhar and ol-'-rhe Garden of lrcepw" Del.ara
Mi-! Beatrice ihit.
staff, on the flagship New York. c.a;- Pilanool0o.v 'iie )o. r.-2 (.. Cpin
on Miss Covington.
voved by the battleship Texaa and Rtadinr--"Mot.-', Water,".'


it ki%-(r%. h ard t) te-tid l idlv by and
-;fp OM' dear~I o)itu?stil-r whiit. await-
iw_,th-. an ival of the- doctm-r. An
A-ilb~any tN. 1'.)dairyinan e called at a
(tlii..t-toiara-tluet fr' a delee1r itonColp
X~i! crimp1. Not fivin '-- z!. he i.etit
in, he4 lt.P w,:raI faj ait- him C' Ii'' at
'inve 'enhi'- malrn.Ia. le- !-
I '.I ied '. ivicha 11f.holid W.-uld .l.
i; iv!. I~i a few lxiitr- h-ii' lmtii 11.d
- 1YI!a1t- t!!.-doctor C.#- I-d 1-1(ltl. :a-
th,- childI W:1.; in htI t ie, li
'1tl',zi-t. Mr. Otto sc!t".:. ..av-Ja I!11
v 1 1 A; :- I I I 4 i i W I I-
4 rilh' rh leisa C ('utzI I I .J I

.1t tI t 1 11 ~ i~it F4.l2or -a

-v o Fal's- tain
to-morrow, Thursday a-.,2(
Frid -.y.


II CONTAIN


MINT TONIC


Violin ~ o.A~from Caapuieui B.'1111
a, R aiFtr: )11. iswet-.and fHuh'


gunboat Machias, is general and act-
ive preparations are being made in
social circles to give the gallant na-
val officers a hospitable reception.
Through the courtesy of Com-
mandant Reisinger THE NEWs is
enabled to give herewith a complete
roster of the officers of these vessels.
which will be found of value in
sending out invitations to social
functions. The list follows:
List of Officers on Board "'New York."
Captain Albert S. Snow, com-
manding.
Lieutenant-Commander Warner
B. Bayley (fleet engineer.)
Lieutenant-Commander Joseph B.
Murdock.
Lieutenant-Commander Charles
C. Rogers.
Lieutenant Augustus C. Almy.
Lieutenant Archibald H. Davis.
Lieutenant Edward L. Beach.
Lieutenant (junior grade) Gregory
C. Davison.
Lieutenant Edward S. Kellogg.
Naval Cadet U. S. Macy.
Naval Cadet C. A. Abele.
Naval Cadet W. C. Briggs.
Naval Cadet J. Halligan.
Medical Inspector Paul Fitzsimons
(fleet).
Passed Assistant Surgeon Edward
S. Bogert, Jr.
Assistant Surgeon Will M. Garton.
Pay Inspector Joseph Foster
(fleet 4.
l'iiaplain Carroll Q. Wrivtht.
Major of Marines lB-njamin R
Russell f(tt-et i.
First Lieutenant of Marines Chas.
H. Lyman.
Boatswain Phillip Mullen.
Gunner George P. Brady.
Carpenter James I. Haley.
Acting, Warrant Machinist At-
phonse Gay.
Acting Warrant Machinist Thomas
O'Donnell.
Acting Warrant Machinist John
Dexte-r.
Acting Warrant Machinist Joseph
J. Duffy.
List of Officers on Board the "Texas."
Captain W. C. Gibson, U. S. N..
commanding.
Lieutenant-Commander L. L. Reu-
my.
Lieutenant-Commander John IR.
Edwards.
Lieutenant-Commander Washing-
ton I. Chambers.
Lieutenant Frederic C. Bowers.
Lieutenant George It. Salisbury.
Lieutenant Harry Phelps.
Lieutenant Henry K. Benham.
Lieutenant John R. Edie.
Lieutenant Hutch I. Cone.
Lieutenant L*land F. Jamea.
Ensign Frederic R. Holman.
Surgeon Clement Biddle.
Passed Assistant Surgeon Freder-
ickW. Olcott.
Paymaster John S. Carpenter.
Captain of Marines Theodore P.
Kane.
Boatswain Andrew Anderson.
Acting Gunner James C. 1McDer-
mott.
Carpenter Alfred R. Mackiv.
Acting Warrant M3achini-t Henry
Smith.
Acting Warrant Machihi-t Charles
H. Casey.
Acting Warrant Machinisit Charl'e
G. Nel-on.
Acting Warrant Michini t Martiin
MI. Scihr-iber.
l.itet f ('vli<.erson Biardl M.lachias.
('cnllm ander L :avitt C. IJt.:t:i. I
S. N. com0inuanding.
Lieutenant-Commia ider alltiniltn)u
I utehins..
Li- ut-enant Albl-rt W. G(ra.I:t.
Lieutt natit (junlioir grad. H. S.
l itttr.
Iieutelnait Charlh- WV. Dl)y :.
Lietutenant Arthur L. WV-ll,',d.
Lieutenant juniorr grade, i Martin
E. Trench.
Lieutenant (junior griadet Frank
Iy-on.
Eiusisn Rlhatnd I Cuitrin.
Paiss'd A- t-itIt it urg, ln iteo-
,ore WV. Richards.
A--sI-tant P'aynmaster C i:ar.. I.
O'Leaury.


Photographic
204.)4 South Palafo
ws i-t s l1"il-ts in <>unar


&ZGRANDIZ@


MIHS. L. COHEN'S


Quality.

N .x cr xpe-rimei nt with -a) i npi orta.;t
an article ai

CANDY.

It i- tl .- H i-.rh ( ia li:v ef AI I'N'S
:';.i1;(1f1i t l 1t l::;- ,-4t:;b lis l, (l I! -:
.ri-.-a t i-IU.t:iti en.
Ni A lILTrA'nTI(N.
A-k r'1ir di 'al. fr candyy i l;::il. I v

Allen Candy Mfg Co.,
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CRAM3
SPEii 0 6L,1N1NG
TfY F rT.l lT


MILLINERY

BOWER-A -USE'S
BOWERS & 5U3E'S


Ev, rvbo'dy needs a tonic tnese Wednesday. March 28th,
Lizy spring days to drive Pawav that a td fi',ntinu'r;, allI
S t" t he We-t-;
tired feeling. Mountain Mint Tonic
does this. It invigorates and puri- .. Or iI t ,he, '-, s '
files the blood. It cures the worst *' -r
cases of indigestion. It cures per- -..> 0u ar- tCordl. Invite
manently all stomach troubles. It -
makes the sick well; the weak )', ',
strong; and it gives one who is all *-i-:-'- a '- 4'-'
run down a new lease on life and a
healthy appetite. Mountain Mint.J
Tonic has been tried by hundreds of -
people in Pensacola, everyone of
whom heartily recommends it as the MISS R NEWELL,
best tonic they ever used. It does
more than we claim for it. One dol- DRESSM AKER
lar per bottle, six bottles for five dol- xJ[ l OOLUuL lJL
lar._ Trv it. It is made in Pnsaa.


William o on & o.


SHOES,


CLOTHING


-. vr ,,,.e-et m ".. ue n rur.llDlm g u0oous uepai
Piano Solo--"Venetian otundol-r'"
iss Bssiiassett. rog ann
Solo--Velecte d ... .Miss Cawthon
Musical I- citation-*-An ol0l sweetlieart SPECIAL-66 Pairs Ladl,,. ()xford Tie. size, 1 to .: -. w..:
of MItie.' Miss Olga White $2 23 to $3.W...........................................
solo--elected Mrs. J.C..l'ehley -
Violin *utligato............. .Miss Heine
Pianoolio-.-God be Lov." -. arl .iq; e 60 Pairs Ladies' Hutton Shoe'. s:zs I to t ..............
Misk Anna Ropasco.
Recitation-"Tlie Battlestilp Maine" ... Thetf-" (Li' 'in, A'id i /f ,, s ,r. h .'/',,hA f .I. .*
..... ............... ..... Miss M ami e Htarr
olo--"or Thi" ............de Kovn Elegant Line of Misses' and Children's Strap Slipper. a:.
Miss Stella White.
-election ........ .. ....eine Orchestra Celebrated Merriam Make. Black. Tan. Red and I'aill '.
S...... .- I'p to Date Styles.
What a Wonderful Discovery is
PAIN-KILLER! It not only cures Ladies' House Slippers at....................,i. .', $1.,$ :1,.
the ills of the human family, but is AW SEE OU-R SHOW WINDOW FOR MEN'S s~;i
also the sure remedy for horses with
colic. It has never been known to To Arrive Next Week, New Line Boys' and Youth'- s;!
fail in a cure of the worst cases; Burley Stevens' Make. Nobby. 'p)to Dat. DI)ur-
and for sprains, galls, etc it never
fails-try it once. Directions ac Biggest and Best Selected Line of M
company each bottle. Sold by drug-
Lrists generally. Avoid substitutes, BOys' Shirts in the City.
there is but one Pain-Killer, Perry
Davi-'. Price 25c. and ."ie. VWe are now in a Position to Offer the Public (Great \ .


We will launder your spreads for
15 cents each and make them lojk
like new. Star Laurdry.

Ittend( Falk's open in to-
mnorrow, Thursda!y and Fri-
day.

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


rtment


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Youths' and Boys' Clothing. having in Stock Over 1
Fits to Select from.
Men's Pants in Endless Variety from.................. .
Our Line of Neckwear Comprises Every Style Ktown .
('= Corless, Coon & Co.' Collar4 itiill ('ifi.







Buggies! Buggies!o Bge!.
Buggffies! Buggies! Bu. ies!


Any and Every Style!


SOL CAHN & GO'S.


)ONI'LESS CODFIS).4 H. SHREDDI)D'l) ('OIF I-
SMO()KE)D lHA I. T.
C(IOMAIt'Y V I,()LATERS. Hl(ILANDI HI-ll:I\,
sl<)C!" H Il.


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SOur Ice Cream Freezers'


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PERSON.:,
107 south Palafox


Roses--Carnations.
I am *elinir the pro 'u,- -of ti 1;,-mni an l Highlanl I'.r- r.
Montgomery. and on twe.v: ho' i;s' i.otc:( c.in furniAh any amo .n't ,,
and lDesigns wanted.
Carnations 75c per dozen, D..r- A
American Beauties S3.50 to $4.00 per dozen,I
All Other Roses $1.50 to $1.75 per dozen, 'o you.
Ring Phone 329. MISS VIOLZIITE MORENO.
32: \V..-: ,ir. -

Investigate the Convertible Term Co( tracts
tig re
Old Penn Mu THual Life s.

Old Penn Mutual Life IIns. CO


Top Buggies.


BEST MAKES, LATEST STYLES.

First Come, First Served; They Won't LastiLong.
Ye-' We will Allow You Something for that Old lii: .
Ain't but Fifty C(',tt-t.



3tiiliam ioblto & olo.

JUST OPENED.


Artist-
)x St.
raniteed. l loaal011 :1L


--Everything New and Clean.--


GRND MIlRY OPENING A SOLID CAR LOAD. Stylish Stick Seats:


At Col. Frieimailn&Co'sBi4Racket i Pretty Phaetons.
iCA. LOAD PI iES! srris; o Carts: CI.: E
Store.p


The Mo-t Attractive in the Entire City. ReL'ular M,-al- -,r .
and Short Orders Served it all ors. SCO.,ciil Proprietors,

MIiLINIT OrflWG, A. E. BAKER & CO., Proprietors,


14 EAST GOVERNMENT STREET.


MARCH 28th AND 29th. LENTEN SPECIALTIES


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We bez 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 Openin'z,
with unequalled variety in style and
qu(llity. will take place THUis-
DAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY.
March 21. 3o and 31. You are cor-
dially invited to attend.
CoHi EN, FRIEWIMAN & Co.


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6 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOL4 FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28, 1900.


PRICKLY ASH IITTER5
CLEANSES THE UVER AND BOWELS
606 A-I - i- s e TOl i S -
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r Vecia1 .*.E4 wV'V"W


PRESIDENT IS CENSURED. ITEMS OF INTEREST.
~Iehoiss .,a~-n, Im insor Alleged An nl~ziprofessor says It Is
Lilq.ie-ori):nizkn- ,thelitn t~. rnixi~ idtam" wi. ic iis thje curse
IL. %Lirch 27.-The (' lef te outlttrv.
cit~-.~i~i'hr Tr"-~ts[leawae ad IEboI~- Uiojn. in N vYork city. had
ev v~h ~r,-,i'sDeawregukda arevenut, last year of $1.4,-7.Its
porti'iii of Metrvlhad. has adopted a rto exjee-tuiture-s were ZtSA.
u~i': 'i~rtxaa~tho nr-mn canteen and Ther-e ne in Havana more beautiful
Tho- nu-v an"-I 'uli- ,f. in ipur pimsse-o:- hforst- .anti elce:ixit caxrriimgos Wan lin
.,v .11V elt of' equal size in the United
A r'tlm. r u-aii, h.g-nweral Sae.
t~-~r-I'rt-ien Mcin- ( lito I. :hz!tsof Cedunimitis are
I tw an f .id -:-o : t ,:',r drinking V:'11:'(' '~'~~~' 'te 4l
iquctir Iva,L ad p'.:'A!T.-riwr p-.,nftlreftr- i .1 SA:t: al ~a. %ix h ~isi-111)w falliul-
i u r-kk iii iW- -. it T1: 11 Xt .1:


AN OPE1N


DOCR IN CHINA.


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Ti;- ~ :a.-- -ta113: ~uit~c by A. It. Dt- Fiaii-1it, ecit4,r 'if liii
th- I:a''-' s a ,- ,t h-' ... oI wlr''. Dly'l--temwau. Ohio. -ailfere-d
I r.... rtrni!I. AMonaI. IPatlyuiid f.-r aIt u tib(- r a4f yeaHr? i roian rteutixli.


Ih<-wa.% In .'lori't..
ST. A -niTI. Fla.. Mar--h .-Ail-
miran and M!r-. 1) *.wv have, a hand=,a,ie
Fuit.- ot ix.mli' at the P incr-' d1- L-on
while h-ere. Thyv will leave here
Wewdnt-ay with Mr. H. M. Flagle- and
take in the other esst moast retorti, un-
der Mr. Flagler's chapermag.'.
HIll Head Bullet Proof.
CoLt-IlA, S. C.. March 27.-An un-
kmowu white man was shot here last
night. three shots were fired at him at
absort a from a 3cahber re-
vnlve. Althre ehote sruck the fel-
low in the hted. bt the bUllet glanced,
only inflicting salp wounds.
Awar lU,OU U---mages.
MAcoV. March 26 -la the caa of
Bars verss he Caeiohdiatd Street
Bailway company bhe jury found a ver-
deu fotr $0.0000 i favor of Mr. Barns&
DAILY MARKET REPORTS.
COTTON.


N.w Youct March "7
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NAVAL STORMtI.
WILMItT'W,. N. C.. March 2".-Spirnt
turpratie ueothi dniog. K oi teedy
a4 uocbaacedt reci-ptps&0. Crude tnr-
iUmtImm eoUiina doing. Tar steady at
S1.20- tacipte i2
TAMaI&a. March 27.-Spirit. surpm-
ihoe Arm at St .e i tau 17; lem 8i:
expert a Reta arm and unchanged;
r ipt.01,s. ales none. exports l,Oi.

"I think I would go crazy with
-ain were it not for Chamberli iu'
Pain Balm." writer Mr. W. H. Sta-
pltoon. HFrminie. Pa. "- have been
afflleted with rbeumatism forseveral
years and have triedl remedies with-
nut number. but Pain Balm i; the
bewt medicine I have rot hold of."
ne application r,-lievws the rain.
For ale by Hauanh Bro-.. 21 S. Pal-
a,'ox street.


D T0 IFAllS BAll!
To be (iven By
H )P LODGE. No. 2571, K. of H..
o3d I-ellow Hall. 11arnr; tian.
Monday, April 16, 1900.


Trawt-p-li at li-n l 'it


u n, In -re


E.:tiolrse ., by all Phy-icianzs as the
,..,ly BH tr ab-olute-ly iret- tr-in adul-
-atlot;.
Geo. Pfeiffer, Agent,
PENSACOLA.
Tr It fln Tan at !ill Sal8 m.


ti-in inll hi riit it .1-hoi l r avid -idfe.
He -ays: "My right :tri nit tin.#-s
wa entir',ly -elles. I tried Chmi-
berlaiin'- Pain Halin, and waz -ur-
pri-ed to receivt- rtli-f alinot imnie-
dmtely. The Pain H ilm ha bheeti a
constant coinpanion of uinte ever
-ince and it ever fail<." For stale
hr Hannah Bros., 21 South Palafox
street.
Medical Society. Attention.
There will be a regular meeting of
the Pensaecla Medical Society at
the Board of Health fflep at C
o'clock p.m.Tuesday. April 10 and 24.
Visiting physicians are cordialt)
invited to attend.
D. W. MCMILLA.. M. D.,
President
E. F. BRUCB, M. D.,
Secretary. Sfimt


BARGAINS


-IN-


Real


Estate.


Sw;ll lbuy hi- acre of land nnrth
$lw0 of bheclity aij west of tioulding
$2000 u awill bt'u y- a*rt- adjoiaing cit7
$2000,,.,,-" ., lnts.",,
,,lt will buy four 4l ol0 11 locki.
$30w and a ol .-ve>l room house
This property ias in New tity.
wailll buy 7.'i& acs~ b'.-twe-n Bi"
P$4000Bayou and Ltltle Hayou. Thi-
property ha' a wator front on the bay: alsc
on BSg Bayou and Little Bayou.
f$5000 wilbuy one of the b.--t rt-"t
P>wv0dences on We-t Hill. NI;t:atld
on stre"*t car line; has I' rooms and all mod-
eri convelience..s.
0 wail hu uylot' w th '. I ft front nr
Paslitfx s, vr..t. s ilth of .rei-.
ory. Thi can t' immediately utilize-.l for
bu .inese purposes.
will i v pilot -with -_i ft front or
$ v '4ireptorrv aund :li ft t 1.nt oln 1-
r-anilz anRid ir2 ft ifroi:t n Wrilght. Ti'h
pr. p. rty lie. n c.-1 c tt, i.z- on an. itil thu -r. it
plentyof roomni to build adozaeaii tai ,a .' more
$8 0 will buy a handionit- rowidrlnc,
$ 0 ,n E00- t n rV1"oE y brtw'e. alli-
fot and Turragona .-treets.
$9000 will buy an aer- farm with
$ 0Wl hood lou-tand farmn hmldimiso
El-gant pr.lup-rtv for trick farming nd
dairyv pu'-."i,,i. This place is just outbid-
the city limits.
f 00f wll b uy lot in the hbu'lnese
$10,00 part of the city with 1IN feet
front.



J. E. Stillman Co,

East Side of Plaza.

S.' [ 1,IPT1T0 [ P1'I
ART I NJD L ITER. i 17
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That Coal Outtle.
In these days when so many excuses
are used to obtain entrance to dwelling
houses and burglars carry off every-
thing possible it is as well to be care-
ful. Therefore when a servant re.
gently Informed her mistress that a
strange man had called and said that
he had come to "measure for a coal
scuttle" the mistress was naturally
alarmed. The nman came again, how-
(ver. bringing with him three others.
:nd then it appeared that he bad come
to iut in anu electric wire and box for
a-wssenger service. What he really
nit-ant to tell the servant In the tirst
ph!:te was that he had come to measure
fur the calll box." lie had apparently
broadened it Into "coal box." and the
servant had repeated It as "coal scut-
tle."-New York Mail and Express.


IRules fair Lent.


Furniture on Credit
Most beautiful lire of side boards
ever shown in the city. Wardiobes,
with glass doors of every descrip-
tion. from the cheapest to the fine-t.
Roll-top secretary casp rlegintly
finished, a fine line of china clo-et-,,
and everything contained in a ti st-
claas fnrniture store at 0. M. Pryor'.s
Bargain Furniture Hou-e.


Ban the The Kiid You iHal AlwayS B0gW
8ignatwor


At C. V Thomnipon's.
Crine's Ladies' Note Paper, and
Envelope- to match.
Cambridge Linen and Envelopes.
Hurd's Parchment.
Invitation Pap;r aird Envelopes.
Linen Tablt-:.


All the faithful who have er.in- Frosted \Viumn ard Envelopes.
pieted their twenty-first year anat Engli-h Note; ;.i;in Wove: Tissue
who have not b ,-,n their .ixtieth Paper; Deniti-oit's Crepe. Etc.. with
vyar. and whoare tiot exempted fr,. in ge neral a-artinent of stationery.
the obligation of fastinig by sickln-s-. C. V. Tit la psomx
hal d %ork or other well known rc-a. No 3- South Palafox Street.
-onsa. are obliged to fast on all the- --- -
day- of Ient. except Sundays.
Oni t .ose fldays lilt one full Illealt i-
lilowed, which lihou;d not bt taketi
before noon.
Custom allows a cup of coffTee. tea
or thin chocolate. and a iinu ll pii 0
of bread or acrack-r., to he taken in
the iiornini ; and in the evenliinl,
collation. not exc-eili: thell toiurtI h
part ifll an ordinary -i l., vi, i all<,vwei.
At thi-z collation. i)i ttt-r. ('el, e--,
milk, -z S :iand all kilnd- of fruit.
tih iatid veit tables iare :tllw -i.
\\hf-l thle prilcilpa;ll 11. al ciatii t
witliuo t icravo inc'onlVtlienct(,- l.'
taken at lion. it is P~i'niiisih'l' to
take the collation inl the o:rtin;:
a.'! tI: C iinlner ill thel ver in .
A. >-tinie:.e iromi tile i-H Of htlh-
is Ii' *ie-d on all the \oedn '-daiys L RI L
and Fliavsof eIntt and on tihe Siat-1
urday of Etubi-r Week and on Ho4ly
Saturday.
The u.e of laid ik allowed in cook- _-
inr.
Fish and flesh are not allowed at
the same meal, even on Sundays. All High Cut Shoes in
Eggs, cheese, milk and butter may
be used every day. but abstinence Men's, T.9_ie ', Misses'
from all of these is recommended on
Good Friday. Children's at reduced
Persons exempted from the obli-
gation of faltilng are not bound by prices. *
the restriction of using meat but
once a day on the days in which the
use of meat Is permitted by dispen-
sation.
Children over seven years of age I
unless excused by sickness or other
causes. I
The paschal time, in which all 350 Pairs Ladies' Vici Kid Spring
Catholics who have come to tlhe
years of discretion are bound to re-, Heel Button and Lace Shoes
ceive holy communion worthily. ex- for ony
tends from the first Sunday of Lent or only
till Trinity Sunday, inclusive. Chil-
dren over seven years of age are 1
bound by the precept of annual con-
fe-sion. Pastor"- and parents should
see that the children comply with
this duty.
.The holy season of Lent is a time f I
of prayer, of sorrow for sin, of eeclu-
-ion from the world and it- amuse- RIEGOULAR PRICE $2.1i.
ments, and of generous alm-giving
By a special indult grranted to the
bi-hops of the United States for ei-n
y-ars, dating fromtn Marlih 1F, I ,. Gentrnln
working people, who cannot ea-ily e ,
observe the common law of the
church, are dispensed from the ob-
liiation of abstinence on all days of Don't MiSS It!
the year except Fridaysv. A-!.
Wedne-day. Holy Week and Chri-t- A SHORT TIME;
ulats Eve. Thi's (dispensationi do)s iE NLY' TrIME.
not exempt front the additional oh- E
ligation of fasting. where s-uch ex- AND CASH TIME.
idts, nor does it authorize the use of
flih and fl--h at the s;ai!-l meal. It Men's (etiiniip C':alf Tan Laice Hand
includes, however. not only th1 indi-
vi(lual workmen in whose favor it is .-ewed Welt for on!y
grant'-d. but all the members of their
families as well. Ini ri-turn it is ex-
pected that tho e who avail tl~wm-!
selves of this indult will endeavor to
enter into the spirit of thli holy sea-
son of Lent by voluntary acts of mor-
tification. penanceand almisgiving. A $ 5 5
most praiseworthy custom is that of
abstaining during Lent from stimu-; REGULAR PRICE $3 5.)
plants. in honor of the sacred thirst of
our divine Mavior.
Those who entertain any repi ona-,
ble doubt about their obligation to
fast or abstain, ought to apply to l Don't Ios.e Time and go About
their pastor or confessor for advice Pricing. We Still Lead as the Low-
EIDwARI) P. ALLEN. est Price Shoe House in the City.
llishop of Mobile.
Mobile, Ala Febluary 1, 190)?. Yours for Shoes and


DURITAM Cigars have
been tried 'and fire test- T R U N K S.
ed. D'Alemberte sells
them. I I. GUGENHEIM.


The Easter lumber YIDAL & SMITH,



YONEWRK

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Which wi': bt
Published
.' u-day.


APRIL
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HosIret of S4p-ciaii A r*-;.-i-. p-r:'ii..: '.
so--aon %%vI I Iibe f4 i -dci n .. t A
of U p-toipii'teJiarh. .


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Sole Agents for Celebrated YELLOW LABEL and
*--other High-Grade Whiskies.=0


The iHerald's Easter Numbe,. PROlPRIETORS OF THIF FSALOON.


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HEALTHY OLD AGE.
---0--
LAars, BE'NTON Co. ARi Aug. 4.
I am 4 ye-irs o:d and havei '.!. n -uffer:ng with
Change of Life I had otod'in sp-lie s so bad. tnrat
none thought I could live Mvy h-i.Ibanui g, t r
Wine of Cardul and it par. d my .ife. I am I.ke
another person since txkiug it
MRS E B. TOWN3END.


Wlqrme~gr'd3o


It is the devout wish mf neiriv a;l people to live tia r
None of us want to die younL.. -1 ,,stwia ersal Je> 7., re
care be ~ takea c)t thelhealth m earlx.y ani rn I,! i':e. ::
%% ill adJ many x--.rst,)q ur e\I.tence. I j .ihc
time. Happy. h1eilthv oi.1 ave .%ill l'e tiO I :*t 1,-*~'
corracts th l!e.~:nents w hih atlitct her sex. in
take the. fLniax~e c:,ilJ said'v,-% ~.er th,. "Iv' 2-. .: i:..
wcimnho. .ct. As a ii ite she ned, itt *K. i her u"
prezn~incy an.1 Th:!,Iihith with as liue rn,-*m rt .4-
Chan-,fof Lite it \A.hi lhelpther u-.Cr rtile !.2 *s -t.
Per p~ithwav 1'etween 40 and ;0. Tn;'r ~:- c-
blissful existence. *>he xx :1 .zr *v- ,i'.t -
she A il preserve that charm a.-.'~: c

LADIES' ADVISORY SEPAITMEIT. It :. r .
For -0ivice in ia..re-.1uT17:iAT~i--l-111::r -- V -
3~D1(lI~ 4 a.(titan,, m~ ,r YARA-11. tI; i s C, Le- .x L ..:


LAR
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DUNN'S

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ON EUROPEAN PLAN.


Restaurant Atteahed, Open Day and Night.
OYSTERS, FISH AND GAME OF ALL KINDS IN E.A- \
Special Orders at Any Hour.
RATES:-From $1.00 to $1.&) per Day. % LODGING:
515 and 519 *. s nth Palafox s ree. Pencol,,Ia. Flrile / 25 and 50c

l TlM-h J J 17 I: Iri\/.


Oki V1; I "I I- %a 1##10

Foundry W Machine. Shops,
CENTRAL WHARF, COR.JEFFER"ION AND) PINE STEI I-


Telephone 348.


Pensacola. Fla.


ATTERNS. CA'rINGS. LUMBER TUICK-4 SMA.i.LL i'l ;,F
Car WVheels, Wood and fro'i Pullov-=. l:ihn.r-r. l.>x. . N .
1 fractured to Order in First-Clas-,, W.orkai;ttilike Mannier a: l ..-
ble Rates.
Dealer in Machinery, Fittings and Supplies for
Stationary and Marine Application.


v. c. bRENT.
Pi-e~tcaeai I.


WSJ. II NI\ l. .i-
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Y ER. ii R.. J. S, It- r.
Ctis ~- t. I* .A." Iit


First National Bank

flr PENSACOLA. FLA.


WM. H. ;,, W.LE.i. W.A. hLOUNT. F.C. BRENT. W. K. If'iF J .
D. G. BRENT,


For:sgr g Dlezii zUkugi 3nghp a


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&g We draw our own Bills of Exchange on Great Britaii. i--
Germany, France, Austria, Italy, Holland, Spain, Belgium, Rea-i%
way, Sweden, Denmark and other European conntrlee.


'WVessels Disbursed upon the Moss Favorable Terms, ar:
Obligations Taken Payable at Port of DesisnatMon Ten or FifteeL
after Vessel Arrives there.


OPPSafety Deposit Bois- for Rent in Connectton
with which we have a Private Apartmemt for tbh Use
ofa Uwatwer.


Cold Weather
Coming.
orders and I..t t fM I a v,, t)i .
cold snap arrivfu We till **an'!
hbtt coal you can procure for #-Il 'r
or beating purposes at reasonat,.- I


Telephone No. 147.


T1omPSoI,, 01seq ~~


Coal and Wocd.
!?Ie- acifYamd : m k..-
!.t. 'is r ajbtr..tq %


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BEER.'


V. J. VIDAl,


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Wholesi-ei.


ICE BOTTLES OF WINE OF CARD I
SOLD FOR S!.00 BY DRUCCISTS.
air;


RAIN AND PROVISIONS.


ILSO H3IM.'f&BRADi'lg iES IJP#3Rlig '


TRY I 301TLI Or, CHBY 101if
]PHONE 154. : : P.(a go,
JUG & ]FAMILY TRADr, SO-L11A
Yr'-.-- P.-v~-rx-tto Aniy Par! (if thin- 4
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THE DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA, PLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28, 1900.


A Csedidate Wants Jmk-ce.
QrVIXTrrB. Fla., March 7, 190u.
editor eDally News.
Please permit space in your col-
umns to show to the p-ople of Es-
cambia county the inju-'tice done
me by the Daily Journal of thr -titi..
The readers of that paper will ,,b-
serve the language used and the
spelling of the words of an article
to which the name of the under-
signed appears.
It is plainly e-vident that tie -,Il,
ibbject of the Journal in thu- lpi-
ducing lny article was to ii l.k- 'i-
latical capital out of it.
I understand that it 1 tthe pr.e-
tice of 'sil honiratble inewo-ni;i'r tin-i-
to fOrat pr-paue all utilnu-ciipt :,'a.J-
ed in toet ublicai'ton before it : ~
placed in type. a- the best of -p-tpl-
iln the world -, take. However. iII thi-. Cai- in t:i .v
wordt, were purpo-el-v chatinr-d ;tis,
spelled wroig iafte-r the ianiu-crilt
was handed to the editor. I a-ked
for the original lmaiIaucript. bit w-
told that I could i nt -,ee it. 'h-r. -
fore, the pe-ople will ju.L:- for the'. -
.elve.-. Thi- itizeli,'. -E-c i ;i)l
county kUow rin and know the J.-.; -
nal. ar-d *-v-rythla:. tiit pa;;-rr do.t-
I'oliticai!y ;e' I; ,It te o-;,-l.
I -;*- <.' tily.
< ll.lt:I.I S "A II.I.IA \1-
A .iht l" "j-rrror.
"'Awf.fa ::iXi, ty wa- felt f.r t'
a iaow ,,f t ;- brave (t'n,-r.> I::ra -
liain of MN i.l l 1.. ... w l 1ii t e iit -
ltil' tail -l1e 1 0 uld n1 tt l ve- till ll I.-
mg:r." write- Mrs. S. H Litr .,,'n. ..,
attend- I, lI .r ttil:t fear ftil ,l .n!t .-A l
thiou.rt.t -I e mi'ftst .-inI dil ftOln
Ploeutlni iaa. hilt l-,e b.,:.-.tI : r" lr.
King'. Ne li-c'jv+ ryv. -.i, 1;,., :t i, I1
mnor, than mice -;tavd er lif-. a
had cured her .f C'Au'ti-i tii oi. A'-
ter three snmil dos- -t e -e -*l-.t -i
all night. atid it- fir;f I.-r u-.- *.,.i:-
pletely cured her." T'.i- n):;Tv ',el-
medicine i- guarunte-d t, tilme- ill
Throat. Chest and Lunri I)l-t.-e .
O Inlv F and $1 04.r. Trial bottle- 'r '
at W. A. D'Alembert-'s dru1 -' 1 -

.4ttend Falk's opening to-
morrow. Thursday ( ind Fri-
day.


PERSONALMriES.
M.. Isopy. Laniartine*% baiubr. is still
@live In Frant-v at thie age of t2
RIM A. Cqiler. t'-i'tptrtille'r (ofNew
Vork city. 1% a pirimilulent worker In a
Niethodiat IUjisc,~ pal Sunday sehool.
4;poae ould 1I4said] to 1w. with hi;Q
plot"r [Me'n. the .aos4t democratic l ine-
Iter of tits fnmialy.. a thioniz llhalch an
eraza~tqir~al-l '!jqx-U-Ithe4 r't'lu.
301111 P'e"i~ alS1:1;111i i-a th#- salallest
ma:n iT1 V.V''I l-a:ta a 'o.Vv-s ar-,y. lHe is
ILT-It!on I 1 4 4 It1 0-11d .4 .. I ; Is II ve.- f( 't

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M..ss .Ali:ie I', k. tlh>ie .oinl. l n~:'u1-
tain cl!ialTr. In r- iti her tirips al o re
the clouds a n.:ti's s,::it of ndick .en;vaivs.
with! l' glnls f the -am.,' materlll
amBl .tout bLoots of t,1 r,'zlla! on moun-
taio t-'r i tes<-.riiti, n.
Iord Ibundonlld. one of their heroes
of the Acton IE lii.es flight in Soutl. Af-
rh-a. has a cur-ius nlition that a mill-
tary pwer shotlI nliv, r t ikPe part in the
detates of the hlouase of lordsl while
hotdingc the' q]ueui's commission, and
be never broke his rule.
Sir William WValrond. the chief
"whilp" of the pre.-nt British ministry.
has as hil ehlii.f duty to watch the at-
tendaunv of tthe hou-e of ctcommons so
as to know whether, if a division
come4tl. li1 ill have etnrilel rt I an to
give the' Cni ,''rnru't II nmajeir.ty.
Thonas Yates ,if T',lel Ailutrica-n !tizen who, took plrt in: th,-
fanjous t.l:arie ,f their I iglt trin lnle- at
Italaklava. lHe w.i in the- Seventee-nth
lanctierand nl ainiin*ars that the clha:rze
wvas ordnrel inwt of I.oril L.neani's in-
sane je.all.uuar of I.ord C nrlan.
Henry l-'ri-k. whose suit against An-
drew 'aruen;, is nsttrintii' n:muclh at-
tention. In oif SwiAss de 'scent. His fa-
ther was a Swism fairmn, r. w*io liv.l iti
11i'-tiaiork:tlaI it 'mit.:IT ':. H is riote;!i'r
was :a1 ;'-aii:lii. l d Sanla di. it lt

<.ld Medal- to H ARPIN'l- whi k v
at Netw (Filelai \ W-'r!,d- l-'air F ,
'.lgo' Try it. you will ::J.d r- :!. *
Judinle'- verdict..
S
P.'.n
Tie Jetis P lchB Pianl & Oran C1.
Wi move In their elegant neo quarters,
II a*lbi P'lefx street, in the Sinqer
Sewing Machine Co's **ore, March 26 h.
O aendl afterthtt dite thry will be found
there.

Attend fralk's opening
to-morrow. Thursday nd
Friday.
(leanin : li,- -kir;t- :.rd waist-
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WIRB PNMCING.
For the next 80 days A. J. Wat-
kins will order ornamental wire
CLEARAED feiscing at such low prices it will
o r bk Norwa" i-f. Bendr:cke~a, by w surprise everybody. You can have
K- -er& E' for Inv.-rness with I.-lg it any kind, from 2 feet to 4 feet high;
una~r.- 4t*i ft %own itnner. a15&s c it or you can get the best and cheapest
.n mlwcr.rvalue at ,t ron fencing of all kinds. When
you desire fencing of tiny kind done
AT QUAKATI3NE. leave your order at Win. Johnson &
Ru. i L '-.. ,,-, on. Hamn'urg to Son's for mie an'i vou will save
Nor tk ,'"rid de, ;i;. Peter-.n. Peruain- lloney and get first-class guaran-
ieo to ..rdr.- teed work. A. J. WATKI$S.
I : (t hi. iin" a .!'-r 77. 'e-rnnhitruc T.' I'taar-. I) .!ir*-'>lv t A i> '


Ku% lok 1 i-111. 7-0 .. ir-.:: ~In~a to
Nor 1)L -,I;'~r.i- Lrr -..Lortdu:. a

THE 2SliPkPI-Mv.


UrCa:ra m tV sctt. t --I..;! Tra:a-it Cn
fir I.v-ria.-.n.: .,;i. .e' .-AM;. e \
!parin Errie--.:. ..ol tri ae~ c~eia, WV.b
IKe-=.-r &i~
cola LUTti!)-!-

Rue' olunt'a',i-.7:. ur,!amari. to 'L
W~it ielI a 4"4)
NorPtaacx t.ai'.r.. to H 11
Bo~er
It Anige!a & Ir 2 .r-t.V1. l
.icfl a t u
tv-r tte-i-h '.7- c ..to Baur-.
it rr-i~i-.. t..-.~.to iaar.* IDun-
tocr M;u o-- '" it.. viI I I Byer

.Nr 4wn-n:.* a.'. ..o.to order



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ftCu
It Heano a '.i Hzzo. to )aC)Bre

It Ti unto. I.U'. irdtea: I to Basarr, Dun-
wody a 4,
Alit voedfa It.. Eck. to E 1: $auua-
der &Co
It Vo*na'z~an, -4.5. k arrari, toliaar!.'. [un..
%ody f& Cu


HMlli (4.
0er Elly. 47. Ma,,tn. to order
i."'H.)4)N BatS.
j am Florer.tce readich. 4i37. I a k. to J.:o
A MO-r.tt
AtiU uonuna Chritina. .'. Axeisen, to
order
,rt i Elsa A Rvrlo'. i., Benson. to master
kin M' alius tr. .'.. A x ln. t) tif-tti
lr JIulisa li>za)eth 4m, sweetiirg.. to mnia-
ter
Br Mabei lIariang. 1:.1. IRoberts, to master
UP. OLKAILED AND SAILEiD FOil PN-
bAC0L.A.
STBAMMWITP
14irg'vrn,. Ni* -. -'.1 Manctii,'te-r M.arch 7
ttll-. f iv. rr-n il. Bi. 17 Hull 17.March l -
tFerolia. Br. .'t.'. K.a:ilbridJe. Bimburt
S>lral. r- fle,'d!. Hr. '. ant Harrv. Jin :,
Hi nutidi. .>. -4.. 'i,.. .rp. Jan lIt
I -. NS 'r 1 .','. t Y.et)in Fl'i) :"
Lanit!..'i', SNor. l'.. ;.,li -sen, tir,::'sbv
Maten 14
O;:t N or.-,. B u i carryy Ma:c'i 11
1<41 ld lrni. i;i .-a i % L ti **
Itan. Nor. i 't'i. H nfi- u -.ia -il. M'ir.'h Ih1
i'.e l .Inn -.'',
1 hos Wacyman. Ur. 14;. .Wat:, arrived Rot-
te'rdatil. Feb '0

/.aLi-.tta:. -r'. p wi'aait.6 Ft'it :i
84 T Vq.
Au.au-t '.i-r. ';!a 'adil'ac Yan *'
I'al l g .-.a. Nur. ,id Nu1nariiicI 1.- 1 i
i t 'i.R.
Afli-l! .' *hx3 itlae. It. -al Mnar**'lr ll. .Jan "-
Aanta-h,-. Nor. 7. -1 ntw,-ro I-, I
Ada6. 1t -d. sAll. at Ts.tolo K v F--ti
I Ifr'-O It'. 77. 7 I ,'i l I-'Pa 17
i rrii:C. N 'or. II, -I 1.. -r M rch i
"ih ti. I t.. .. hI I1 I a :1.. 0!in3 .1 I: "'. '-,
C h( i:-f'ain. t,;-. -'.a t r.. a-t i. t .'.
I 'a tlliii. ,wil 1 H ut a i1 it
K- s mr auli a i .1i.Ant werp
I .-C 14
:riirt '. It -; 1 '- <
rilnt t -tav l i-. I i',t.r ni e-re' 7
)I l(n-,'. :.. ,7 \id '\J -!:a a M -','h i.1
"F:tio. IT. I t -: -l ,, '- .'-lt ;. a-bhore-
Nov" -N uei ar P. ; i t,, ani
(,aetano ts a'i .io :. ;i'. '. -1.1 Mar,-h '
Kentegrr:a. N.'. 7 sidt luc stadt March 7
Jo B a n l i . f % 11 .-. i *..f a
Johai liti. Nor i- 1 1 ,-.l- irg l ii it
Marcelia. It. aid Hamburg. Nov .
M\|lueil>e. H Ut. r & i- '-, wil 4 F '*h "i'
Monte A. lt.7'",. -Id Mar-l-illes March :
Ol an. Kus. ii d I' "tlle. ict' 2
Po's, lsadre. It. I,'.'.sid Amrn, cerdam J aonl0
Pl'one-r. <,r. I .. I.-L,' don -r-i I a
Prnof,--r John-en, Nor, lm sid Brt. o
Feb.!T
Rucie.l'e I'. 1'. ,'14 4I4 Mt-.0.i4l.4 i Fetl- .17
ifb-. lan. 44'. at Bahia Jan 2%
titaqlIa K. It. *'.I. alt ir tt I'a.tLe. NUV II
Valuta. N>or. ld I.-ilh MCei 10
Virgania. It, aidm Madeirat. Feli >

We have saved many doctor hills
since we began using Chamberlain'-
Cough Remedy in tour home. We-
keep a bottle open all the time and
wheneverany ,of my family or my-
self begin to catch cold we begin to
use the Cough Remedy, and as a re-
suit we never iiave to sntid away for
a doctor and incur a l;aptg dn"tor
bill. for Chamtbrlalti'r Couht Rem-
edy never fail- to cure. it i- cor-
t.ainly a medicine ,tf ier-al n m rit arid
w-)rth.-D. S. MEAI:KI K. generall
Merchant and Farile-r., MattiP, Re.d-
ford county. Pa. For sale- by H n-
nah Bro-.. 21 outhi Palafox -tre--t.


IM PORTANT NOTICE.
Totb Contractorsand General Pubtic o;
Peljfacola:
Notice is hereby riven that on and
after the first day Union mechanic or laborer will work
on any building with any Ion-union
men where there is an organization
of said craft undtr the juri-.dictiou
of the Central Trades Council.
na'.f J. 1f. JcIRDiAY'.

Your Credit is Good
For anything in our 1ouse. We have&
a larlVe as-ortino.it of ConChes. l;e-d
LniLt-z. Toil-t 't-< and lB-drooii:
Suites. Iron Jed,,st-;aid, at $I np.
0 .11. PIRYoR'S
Bargain Furniture House.
'Freei Vaccination
On Tuieday-,Thursdays and zat-
urdays. from 12 m. to .; p. in., pl1"r-.in
will be vaccinated free of charn, .i t
the office of the Stitet Hoird of
Health of Florida. No ) We.>t Iutieu-
tetlncia street. Plihyicia l-iof the city
have kindly conuhent-d to p-rf the service at the hour T ';tir n ild.
W.%. K. H 1% K:I.
Ag" fit.

Three Large Stores
Full of F' RNITIRE. The finest
line of \WV;ilnut iedroon MuStms tever
.hown liIn P-ta-a ,l l ,. l'r-tt%. neatlv-
flni-h-ld lit 1, k ll-droomn tSuite at
all prices. IR-tttai and (C'hblt-r Seat
R,'cket-o. bir and little, cheap and
high. Look at them.
0. M1. PRYOR'S
Bargain Furnishing House.

No better Cigar for
the money made-DUR-
HAM-at D'Alemberte's

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


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SPRING GOODS.

We are prepared to welcome our


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Some and visiting people to see our '
SSpring Line which we are receiving .
" ~rapidly.


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



S Our Stock is Immense!


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


SIn Men's, Ladies' and Misses' Footwear
Swe are the Leaders.


Millinery,

Gnth.' FrlinefhLngis and Clothing almost N
Given A way.


The nest and most complete line of
Carpets, Xattings, Curtains, Window
SShades, Etc.


Ton are Corlially ITitcl to Visit Onr laiinoll Establishmineit


S We are Invincibles in Low Prices
This makes our Success.


C rMail Orders Promptly Attended to.
h Trade Discount of ",, on all Cahli Purciase-.



SCOHEN, FRIEDMAN & CO.
}?? WeaeInmbes' owPie
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W. B. WRIGHT COfDPAN

NfA M %4 *. 11 1; NI !,1 A.V! !' 1i \ -' IN

S' LUMBER, LATHE

SAWED CYPRESSSBINlE l-Drie
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*F. E. BRAWNER'S*.


^^WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED 0ER I!


DURHAM Cigars have _W I". 0 I -...F- "' "
no equal. For sale at Ladies' and Gents' Furnishings; also Ladies' and Misses' Slippers.
D'Alemberte's.


.Attend Falk'.s opening; to-
morrow, ThursdaUy a nd Fri-
day. ..


CASTOR IA
Fir Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears tae
ixgiature o

othin f .so t.vs of' a home
Oas handsompte furniture.
.Marston Finch hare an
immel seC ,'C Jc(-tfromn and iteyi trill sell
it to you tin long time and
eas'/ paymentst.

Room Mouldings
: .' -. p in 10 f.a:iev. at J.
V R,-s- t"- -. No. 11 N. Palaifox


27-inch Z *;-hyr (Giiiihtiahin-. ur
price .......... ............. ..


36-inch Spring lercals, oiur
price ..........................
33-inch Very Sheer White Lawn.
our price ......................
27-ilceh (.'h-*k N iti.-ik. 'ir
price ..........................
:.';-iich 1V ite :ind < o, <>ar-il
I'iqtui our .; li- .................
:4So inch Whi;.- Co('rIld Pili,-. our
price...........................
:;0-inch SoliI aid \\'hi:: Iin-k.
our price ......................
I Yard-Wide Sea llaid Cottoi
a t ............ ............ .


Calicoes


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Domcstics


AT THE OLD PRICE.

No Advance.
No Advance.


Remember the Place,


I 'iaItl-Nveitjfeitchmvilln IBipeaat-h
e-C.(jBa-tale -by Len-dual.- C''
-whiP-- it la t ............

\V~ri~tit-d.................j
N%',, rail t eWd. .ai . :. .. .. ..r: .r t.~

J i~u-.. I-- i--- --d a f, 11 Pee- .-:-f k In
3 [t] St.aIIt -! a IiI,e- I ,e- :,'ri,(, : r- t1a

rol d 'w -, ig a a -
-T ara I r vart


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r- ad 4.'b1 'eI a.
fairmtior -aaiaarliaara air t!
01I 1%. Wihllt-%Cbai..: 1ti
tDianiel.A.r-nl.A

'old III% lv vt~a ermi.. ait ut a
1C. Wartl-en t C.-.
t theCa v oniteal-y terin,,t
Re-at Matat 11Agtency. ID. list- W
ger. .21411 Mouth Palafoi .tre--t.


I4P'INITPN WANTF) tmaa c.
w'ill do girnairat hiU.e. o orKa'
I@an SricrPerience.d cook. .tr-. ,-

N, hatdren. Rvfer-nveere-i-
at GiA JYa.'L&I~usbtrteet.
F it'.RFNXT- ~-OTai'1 A
r labe. nearIi. tercm- .
month. P. bloiruL-y.

:~l~-fC lame-ic -. r.-t
li -*A.-c~onel Jonn A.

cit tn v~p.-..iuda- in cir Paint: '-..la-


X TANEI)-Alt kinds of empty*

T ANTED-Otg beer bottles at IPA.'-
Woor Bros. ?


IfS,, ELISEI-F vir IPl.1AYPrii miw'
31 antd i kavr-ncarrtia i'4 row
its tiftb term i niti ~e re-v!-n.e cn t. a
n.-r (it k'aiafa'x aid .1a-i'a t.--
trste" on Jack~ion. Tenrm% a p.ii

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~laand dese.r in Hair (icoo'1. if Fit-I
Arttiati~c. Hair Oil. ec.Rbw. (.'
street.


There will be a menhit,:
IDettocritac ExpcUtive ('.ma r-
E-4c~tmbia COUn1t! it t th- -,I' '
J udge rfR. 31c(uni.i. ;:at t t
h fu~e. at :?A p.Iim on Th ur-, t
29:n tdny of Miarch. vowu. t-, c,
thp Imalifleaui-m id fvoter- j
cin itig Prmimary vlo~ct im',.
C. B. P~ftomi'
D)AN %IT-RiPHV, rit I
r~crotary.

Have Your PaInthi.-
tint Paper Hrinwcir (loemploY'
dlits-pP#eo1-. .initn upi-to)-(~t.-.
hv patronizingoJ E. Ro~- &v
Ii IN. Paidif-OX. Phoup 31%?.V'-

NAVAL @Tour-%MARIUKI
Ileporfexl Daily for The No-w.
Meows. A. M. Hemps .*4:..

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lurinh/urc or hotzseflir'r.'
In s ,h ifyout hmu
.11lirston 'jFinvI,.,
Thi/r prices are .

will .SeA~l fliwhat ,I)// .V I
sti 41!?time.


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Snirin iir i1e, of' TFi-to-I)ate Dress (4oo1


YOURS FOR BARGAINS FROM NOW ON,

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SPE14LPOTIcES.


Oft CWNT 4 WOqfD.


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OANIA ATI.W.r-(
S :C(N ITIE Swt Y I % I .
LIANI F1sHP-,1t. .
IS 11 E F Er.

fin )n- v. in..7. ,
ciarat~stra~t8of 1fl. 1".t

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