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DAILY


NEWS.


VOL. 30.


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 29. 1900.


NO. 47.


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


THE REPUBLICANS

WILL BE RECOGNIZED


BOiUIAS AGGAIN ACTIVE.
Krugar Say Ihe Will ILt-ak BIloenn-
f.ntein Within a Week.
.ON D()N. March 29 -4 correspon-
dent of the Timne, makes tlie remark-


able vttate"ut i :i a dispatch freom
'Iwedged by President Hlnoutfle~in ts1!.t at 1;)i m f ore i ia


. s De Facto Oficials.


1 U-_SES DISAI X ILITIA

I%- cit tail. lasm That Het ( aimnot
... That IlAttnt I'rittkv,le-
-iI lain.Ito (IOther ~a%%~t



~ it. 'I tl h* K.'it~xu'kv


mi nlitia t tth.'y tartni.n. hi-
fi!.r ia, he "wi l.'gimrat.-l-
.i,:/ t he i-pnT" io('an iffh
th "ti*iitin the- 1. n et fi'is
zzW1 gti'. orimtrcionn that maitl
.1t- L1 IftlialbV W~1~- 'u,DIa111
e, ~-rzi.r (or ''Te Scerttairv
nh-h mi he de-livetreI No thlt

MAINTAINS HIS INNOCENCE.
'Wout, 1oihnlcq Hat-ug "Iade Co'onfv'aueo
to Plrospreutlon.
FJRA'WKP'IR7. Ky., March 2'3.-There
P- r)o 114-W cevelopumentat this morning
"flieI-t'i~w with tbe' men held ou the
*rgo. .If tw-intr aevw'.vrv to the muioder
i.late 'S'-nat,.r (eie-b4
-%Lh t hcn pr% s-e'uti, mn elahins t,) have
r. Ing rit"eLV A.gaisat Mthe ma
i'.arr,-eat-d toy D,-t*%.iv* .4rtniotrioug
I& ra. t he iam Ure Ieof it minfnotdid-
aji-I u't ia.td of linking a t'ctnfe*;-
;i Is- e. i..rvo-polrt'te.dlto batdine yop-
%.it io, a'Imitt.-d lit- heaptoti .4neflh-
fa.'l hi-it4)utivV maintaina thasthe had
..I-dgt of tho- a rnautnatP'~n. e&-
*h so.eathe- jItilolie kniowri,andl that
.~frowgn the first %-o 4iwl read t~o tell
: .rerrthing hi,' Sw around the.' iz-
I Vw- building the d(ay oof the shooting.
-,-friend, of Y.,vtza deny that tho,
liovra.*tt which h-- naid.- to the attor-
*t-r the orlo<-'utititi an, a.6 tcritni-
tiv and fnll 4)f de't-tils s thdy hairt.
*tailtt' 'apjmiar


ID vto ftiolli In .1l42 .
n ,,ie. Kv March 2>i.- iaptaiin
I e:i> i-.. n. n, ',f th.-aIll go'd a'-,-es-.n,--
minrih-ir f (;ov nor rn- it -,I.
':ir tt.->rn'y. have arr'--d to re'-
,:t- ,f I ..o ', i -1Till in jail. no
Sl, ii'. a' ri-e-dl t, -.ee-ute- a unew
*-'* .. -i i.f tir. ,,n r. r .j.e't0 i.
kitl (td.t INT'll sEIw;).
Inn itAr- 1 That he Witl ew Itl wI
i i s tiee' lit o an s ia t j in-*..
,. Mar h 29' -An inter review
A I'; *-:;l-tit Kruger ha- bee-t r.--
S- r.- in whicti hee del tre-
wli nota blowi up the Jeohmii-
-l.r : 1i1zmi.1-'. He -tates that Satl-
St re-aten-d him with death.
.. I cable-d to S ti-buiryv delintid-
( ape pri-lonere taken by the
at leIDonglas tbe treated as pri--
S-,f war and not as traitors, d.e-
S.that if any were executel1
--.- on 1ritish prionet-rs woald
e I- SMali-bury'!- reply in -eff-ct
i at if one* British prisoner tat
wa' s iitjure-d. bo'i!, Kruger
,-yn wauld be hanged at the
S: the war. Kruger replied:
ri with your htntzincu. hobt r -
that your -on. ltord Edward
.t Mfevkinjl.'-


-'wverer Nnow St4orm
S ti,,. March 29.-A nortthea-t
-t,,: mn last night arnd this. morn-
. r .-ked the railroadsanrd caused
d .1 *cd-nto. An express train ran
freight at Whiting. Ind.. and
.me-rr was killed atdd the fire-
Sur.-d. The New York I.mtit-
Pitt.burg. C. (. and St.
tid Into etiaptie**s on Twelfth
,,i time passengers were bad-
: up,
-'* n*rnmenwt o' Port tltco
'> .,.T March 29.-The hill
:* a. government feor Porto
ks -' ik-n up tio-day. Mr. Bev-
k- in favor it ab-eolute
i.-tw,'-ui the iclatid and
-1 ,tate- and arguJd ai
.I.l aid ;iractitcal ground s
'-- ht- a free thaid waltlt

4 rowersl Ae.eNmat icon.
March .!% # -Them farnmeis
tk -t ttIhav- f-orn:ed a -ta e
', r- A--ciaton. tie ;'rnt -
,, w : i 14 I., ". -tile:
-* ,,! w et e. ; ani0( r u-


1 -a-baa %.. ,Jlall
1arM.cr! 29 -- Pi.patcl:, -
J.a; TI, indit'att- tI'at
,- 11 l;.--aia ana d J:t i 'at,
I,:--l t l1:f, dlt nld d
: .;: I; M1a-a.inpl .,"
a 0: '- .t -in ia;- I -tr's -

ItI teilnt- *lagui e.
M .l r. .' --T !,.- 1 ...
7 i.2 .t ; ieerne 1: ----


n n I'lh"* tin Itiger.
rch re .-S iwa:
-altlo.el ft-ature at tt,-
Itck market to- l. .
: point:?.


tr.)o1j1.2 hitve lit tided to atid t 1)ie
I;Oer-i.The rran-ivaal forep., arf-
rv-Fqu ijpi n,!. Other Bloemfointpite r
diT.ltc1i.4-A ay Pri-sido-zt K rliger
tj,)iIst thlat he willI retake ffloe~nifs1-
1.-t Withill & week. It ii b wijeved
tt a~t tw mate ichof t he Bri' i-h main
ni iny -,n P1ruzoriat will begin April 2
Brief' War N'ree..
G- nCiernents h :1 (capt ure-d Iaurt -
-ii. Ith.
Th+- I ijk.- 44 Norf 'k la~r~gt~
*S pi-trztu-ter gq-enwrd and has gonle
-,PWi wr with ithe-Sus-(-ex yvomtantry.
C-4I. Pilch.*r. wthi le tvii:. Lady
,iri-itiv. ni a !-kirumi -ht on t i.-' North
M. .ddevr river. H alo L- i.l ve i~'t
w-,m d-d antd !ix capt ured ''it the


1 She iariN. Misarch 2.
tvtiw- e=f--r thje purchase.. 4,f tht ),agim-


HERO OF MAJUBA


HAS PASSED AWAY


BRITISH ARE DRIVEN


FROM LADYBRAND


Gen. Joubert, Commander of Heavy Firing Heard Toward


Transvaal Forces, Dead.


Modder Point.


MAINSTAY OF BOER ARMY BOERS DESTROYING MINES

It Wa. l'brouigh 1il Leaderhblp That Mahe.1fmnry Clownn 1Up With D)lvinarmitf.


Troops of South Alfritin Republics
We're Brought to Their Plresentt High
Standard.


Britt-4 Lho--es Now Foot Up More
Thal' 1(1,0410 ffiverb riad 3len-M~etk-


Leit'Z)MARYL-EZ, 3arc .-ell C'. .iWMe-nc'h 2.Th Pritish'


erul Joubert is dead.
(ene.ral Pietru-.kolius J,>ulcrt,. col-
nmandant general of trh. Trausv.uil
fres., wan horn aoumt 6i years u ago. He
was de?.

for''' taittittered 1*Aioly!)-:zatl witi-,!erot-'i1
to r''rr at hurri.-iil vb-i. irt a large' numu-
lIner if 13 ,- r, wh, -ilia v hav'c' N-, 11t art (if
Ulivit'r'-' iinitatiajud. iriag Iha. t-. b-t
hf-ardntl: M ce*rP. jmr. wh-hi lW-a~lI'


genot family which s.-trtl.-l in South; s:.n t tn nIer M.'tler P.,rt. to the-
'suaathw.rt .f Cle.onrti.n. Pos:itlvy rthe
DHer r.iar guard has bhien eng:;aged there.
Ther. ihav. eon cavalry skirnmi.hes at
b Li'rd R )lH''rt.' u:tpost' illn th Free State
and (;-nmeral Bull-'r's ii Natal.


t.at.-, are -ati-factorily prl, %.-- n, The w.-v, kly ,astualty list .hiows that
ano at it be-liev*-d that a treat i- itn th,- Eritish losses will be verve heavy.
sight. VThe-- ,l hitch i- the pric-. Mr. Wyndham's original ro. ate tiwti-
Denited tate 3 wling o py $3, while mate. that tho war would be carried
U ited tates. iwilling3,through at a cost of not m.rwe than 3,000
..... 4)-0- live. is bouand to be very much exceeded.

The Machinikte Strike. Up to Saturday the British forces had
Co m March 9. -Th ma- .t 2,180 men killed, while 9,807 were
Cob iMIrs. March 29.-The ma- Y wounded and 3,515 misdng or prisoners,
chinists' strike here was settled last e making a total of 15,463. To thoe must
night, the employers agreeing to be added 1,200 deaths from diseeam, or a
take back all the old men, but they grand total of 16,663.
are left free to employ non-uniouists Thee figures, however, do not make
on equal terimt. The men get hours OA EERAL JOi-IRT. evident the actual weakening of the
a day at 2I5 cents an hour and price late Commander in Chief ,f the Trans- British arniy due to illness, hardships
ai1d a- half for over titme. t lofng i mnarehes.
: r vaal Foce. General Ma-Donald, w riding from
A French Cabinet Cri, Afrtio manv yers ago. we S born in Paardeburg, states that the Highland bri-
P.A:Is. March 29i-There are per- Cape Colony, but was taken by his pa- ga at the tme onlfor dut y u 4 officers and
-i-tent reports of a ministerial cri- rents when wvel ea- ld to the e A1t for duty out of a total of
-is. '1 h.1 opposition is making a wher Freve rl y'ear' bwldas tagte 37 .fficvrsand 3,000 men. Hard march-
de-perate atte-impt to unseat thepres- Oralu Free State, wihe- be was taught ing. bivounacing in the open and other
ent cabinet before the exposition front early chillldhxx to 4hott straight trials of the severe campaign have re-
open-. and hate the'Briti-h duced the brigaul'.s s:reugth nearly 50
an haw per ('etit.
He is de scribtd as having bI-n utterly Tito. l,) 00 imnt that re tnainitl of the
Nt YOR. Mra *ne -Cotton i- fearless. Of sc.hohling he had inbt little garrison at ialysmnith a- re recovering
'.2-'7: Jutn*. *-':- Anul.o :* SeMp.- was 19 yea's old. In spite of this, his It iny a e weeks b-foi- they are able to)
temter, J.: q: DleAceunber. :i2:l p Binlition prompted him to) read the few partie'ipate in any military movement.
tebe 1. bxks he ouuld obtain and he sumeaveded Letttrs are now arriving fruiu Iady-
-aefit of the carpett ftund Presh- iu obt-aia& fair knowledge of history smith which show the desperate oondi-
t fant cof turch.arpet fund Preby- d language. tion to which the garrison had come
-.... hc In conioqWunce of the acquisition of when relieved. Only 1,<4)0 mon were
.A. iut *". d's" aiPn. Natal by the British his family moved left fit to rffr any derr rined ristaniee
fr nu Natal and settled in the Trausvuail. to the I io-rs at their time LoArd Mat-Don.
T1:e- f,!,owitl.r. referrinez to a para- Stotn afftonrwvu he lx-canne a burgher of al anrriv'd.
pr iph in TiH N ENws of Mond(hai, has the S.euth African repuibli; and i dearing lntiel States Consul Hay Mid his sbe.-
civfd from in ter- tihte. It Wts c'lailld iln his t behalf rtariy h;:v'e gone to) Kroonstatqr to make
h.. d from .' t nd*o id that he <.ld L'aula thMiv *of n, m-l Ior i, n'.---.airy arrangmeirents for lUnitel
r,-'I .11lentt. 1T E Nws g.E ,,t t, int .-ut.e. f *, ::.ation :.to tte* i-ntl h> f ho"Ned'-. y ,:her man in the Tran-t-al. He A clisjii'i h r,.'eived her' froml thli
!:o- fr 'It a p rnit-i.'t iI ,tlntin ttau'' to be so feared by the natiVes that B-rir hei.tlquairt-rs' ill Natal announ ipw-':I.-n tIh knowwledge that h4. '"ii at th.' lihad that th1' de.tn<'tin ,oinitinues of' (oal
',I 'f a punitive (.'.j1a diition uuntHlly r. -iiltd iln's l'!i..Iy t)o Nh useful teo the British.
'loit II len,'th otf 'Mr. ;rn .. lInic, in their *.urrenidtor. The Dundee collirv has het-n hMlown
,.4 miles.;.c..iprising )part of thmrotii l t w\a durinKg the w\. wnh thc ra- up, th, P 1 .ehinery destroyed and the
rt1e froIn :t.. .L'ui to (; tlv'ei-ton In ti,. s Ihat JouNbmrt l-'mtqi'n a. ui.iit.-,d rlimn' han;. Its'na reniderted u '.:in. 'iotn with the- S.aita Fe -'.- Pwith PaI Kuer luld ti tw I'- lit,-t1t"on-h tee (conte.
t 'mi. Train -ervi(.,e- : l I to e ) I- t 'ian n b.sotm friends. lt, \vi t-. (t, l A .'-r !ing to a disatch frn)ii Kron-
;p>;ia-ed in tie Utnitt-d Stite Ir. vie-.- pj ident of the Tran-svtul iln I'm;, sta<.. i '..iiyim iinlduat ( livier La.. j,,in'-d
t-reen 's lin,., proper r, t e-quipp.-d defeated Sir Geirge, Coll,.-v ut M.juii G"enirnra!. (n;rhliir and Lrnint r.
ith ele'aut cafe and dining Hill in 1I1" ard u.tdas tpre.-id.ntof rthe. centrall )D-lare.v is still sick at Prpto.
eltr. between the trnrini t Plari- republic in 1944, durtilg Pre.side-nt Kru- ria, lit ht will pore,. to the front Sun-
and Enni-). all owned by "*Ned," g,-r's absenoe in Europe. day. Trains are fre(lueontlyvleaingwith
whose private car i- a mo,,l-l of ele- generall Joubert was always in favor, burgh'--. for the lighting lint on this
:ance, .second t.o none. No expense of the uae fof force instead of' diplomacy, side' cf lo'nmfontein.
i spared to make Itlh Texas Midland and President Kruger ion evral o-a- It is le-arned that G(en, 'al- Olivier,
ip-to-date, or rather, ahead of all sionshad great difficulty in reprenintg (;ro,),Liir and Ir-mner have arrived at a
nornpetition. bis hotheaded colklague, notable in 1S7,) pint suff.riently far north toe relieve all
TH: DAILY NEWS hai evidently when Joubert, with Kruger and 'Ien-- apprehOnsi.in-, of the' possibility ()f the-ir
line Mi. Green an injstice. and this rint. was planning the rebellion to over- bting tut off. It is e-xpe'-t*ed they wil!
- given in good faith as information,. throw the British rule in the Transvaal. arriv- at Windburg in a few days and
FAIR P'LAY. The result was Majuba hill and the foIn a unction with .Jewott, when theI
practical independence ,of the Transvaal. federal. position, it is declared, will
(:in y.vu afford to minis it for only lU wa Joubert who orgnnimed the army formiet Ably oppose Lmrd Ro.laerts.
"' c('ct-? of the 8&uth African republi<. Sir Alfred Milner arrival at Bllewm-
Aa(--ording to the genemrl's plans ev.e-v f',ntein last night and was nmet by Lordl
At mt IRegistratlon. native became a trained soldier with(41it R to-rt. and his staff.
An article in a morning pap#-r ure- leaving the farmt with his t*qnipmeut al. A,*e herding to the same dispntteh (Gen-
ng voters to regi-ster in order that waVh at hand. So nei:r perfect was the .rul Frit.-h. previous to returning t4)
her may participate It the I- system carried out that within 48 hours Bloenmfontein. occupied the flour mills
reaching primary ic somewhat nii. after the parent war was dew-lared the -ar Ratttr, which is a valuable acquisit-
'ading. R-gitratior. is not a pro.- Btoer nation was under anrs. tion.t.
equiaite to such participation. The It was also due to General Joubert that Repe)rts from in R xvilhl and other
nrmary i3 called under the law reg- the South African republic sue4vwod.l towns say the s.urr-ndder eof anuin t. the
lating that subject, and all persons in amamaing the ammunitions of war British ,continue satisfactory.
those names are now upon the regis- and proviaiomts which have stood them (Gieneral elementss toli.ma.n centered
ration books will be entitled to vote i such 1od sted luring the e',anfi.t Faurestih "'i.,lay Marcth 2. having
herein provided they ha i paid now In prres. Iir.'vi)ou-ly ei-eupiel LUi'grsmt.tini.
heir polil taxes for the years 188and When the Jammeon raiders were ltked The dispate'h frinm Matsru, Pasuto-
9". Under the law according tto up iu Pretoria jail. .Tnhert as tronigly land, dated Tuesday. Marlh 17. says the.
hose Unrovieions the primary ha. in favor tf their imnit-diate exe.-ution. Bee rs are r-eatering laldy.hrand.
woen called, no new registration iQ In 5 zit4- of these charaet.e'stis. Jou. A .pe'.ial dispatch from Bl ,..mfiont.in
< aired. The county supervisor of tert, in frth'te 1<1' on.e, showed con sid- says:
Pi-tr.ttion will. in du time. open erabl' regard for the usages of civilizae- Th. eri.oe of inaction is coming to
i btr.ok for the rei ra due tion ,f rt..: When the I .irs raided the Brit- an end. Troops are ti-.ing pushdit to, the
oter- for the general election. Th1e i'Jt tlm r f Bnalntlt-td i ,i. fri nt and tn.qtrts and stores are be-
-.. .... ... .. ...,,i.... J',ul.'rt \w'. lrbably th-e ,elt' reir in ,oelhe'ted."


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coun It t ax i il" ector a- liO l II
whatever to do with the resti-tra-
tion ; htis aduti-s5 extend only to thi"
receiving of poll t:ixea..

.lury Falled to Agret*.
Carm'. N .T.. Mare-h 2"-.-Aft.r hav-
int l-e''n Ot ainle' 4 o'<'linck Tu,-edLi'
nft'rniiu th,' jury in th,- e'.- ,f \\'Wil-
hi.ui H HIa Iv and H.ward K. Slmin. the,
Phil:'i, -llphia n,.ine-tvp-pr ini-in who, wr
tri.-I f *r e''n-pirming t, iujur' tht- r p uta-
S .f Eu ,' lh.'n, ll .f thi- .'itv. 'anme
.:::,, urt -hior.vy aft. r le ',-,.-k thlis
;ia.narII:g antl t a nou:in-1e,'h tli:'t t1hey hail
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S..1

.- .i <':'o-;einn: d .mf-l ,itif-
.-- i-w. Y ir a t-r **.:ou;J have
i :. 'n in .
.Ittcn, hital",' s opening' to-
yn7or OW Tilu;sdar' and Fr'.-


nent Boer who refused to .-upprt tihe
muovm'-nent and his opim-itionn resulted in
tht- withdrawal of the' Be'rs from thi e
territory sized. ait h lithr<-atien'ed to r.i -
ign1 unless be had his way.V:
In No',vemlwxr last it walt. report,*d that
(Gerniral Jouibert ha'l ,."'.i killh*'l inacri n
uind later report.- s.id ti)' was danl,'ir-
i.1ly wvul:,'dl anId ii.iti i to i-u i cart tin
ere-r to foll.-\v the, ,p.uintin-. in trh.
t4, M. Thet c:r, ';- ..tan i i- ,-f thte ilcatthi of
--ni.ratl .hToul.rt ;tr are,,t '-xp'lain'" in th*-
dit-intch' fr-nm rI,'-nzi* M.aruei/.. \\h.-iehi
r..-'al, ;h,. fact tl:at W :11:tmu C,,x. a
nlw-\vWpI'r rre.'- ',.d-nit. wh- ;,i- r, -
cenitly r- l-,ase-., fr-'ni imin-'a at Protri:a
V.iAl wh. ha.- n:Live-d at l)t.:r1-, .si li
;..---n, l Joul.rt va. a lp .r.ntly -u.-
i-tet-"d f i alf-he'art -ii-..-. a,,l Ithat hisi
f \', ldw il in I b'i-n ,r a: i-it handle ,i f
th.- bnurgher- if P'ro t- n.i, \v.t- 1 -1i el

Dr. Bull's Cough Svrup Cures over
n .:at t:i- ino-t t .i r.' ., I n- -:' a- 3
cU -,o 'ii'.-> t no:,i' .' 'l;- l: :I ':11 tl- I throia t
'iu ky vo!,'- r in i "( I l :'. I: t!r-
Ti!no.t Wofnd-r.(t"r iilt du.ced.

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


A NEW


COALING


STATION.


One Will Probably le Estabhliherd on
('rah I-lint.
W \-Itl'V;T N M:r h at Vi\. hi:i ft Si:u .iiuatn for Is-Li
D,.v niu,.- n eor i''-'l i-lainil, ,-urthea.st if
1', rnr Ri.,. toi l.k f'r a pgml harlre
thel-r- The- e.xiloratin i- ulel-rrtaken
1hv th.- navy eT arTiie-nt at rhtine ?.ng- ,.-
ti'lon f the' nav.tl \\lwar .'- 1gt which mat'
r-a-,on te .n-. t tlhat Cral -lhind, iln all
an, ,rhlielit~y. lha! tr<-,n-inml.';u strate'gi,,
pl',.ihilitit-.. e'.;*,* i.lv in tn- event f
th'- viitt',l SlaR! 'ail g; t., a.'qei .' the'
Ihani.sh W\st IL.h!,--.
It i. 1h-li.-Ved that s'.uldll a geol, hbar-
b-r lw foitmii the r. a fo,rtifii',l naval oal-
ing. Iktt-e i1-houlfl Ie- ,re Tiip ly T!iib:lshe.,l
with the e ,bj''-t ,-f ni nialuding the' e a-tt-rn i-ntranicf-tNs )t the-
(C':arrilan i-a than w.'uld be- f'.-a.ble
from San Juan.
"Saafe hind, ,afe find.' Fortify
yourself by taking Hood's r-aara-
rilla now and be sure of good health
for months to core.
Attend Fak's opening
to-morrow, Thursday and
Friday.


CLAIMS TO BE 122 YEARS OLD.
Juhll Mch(.uW btll atSstutUent.'su.sta*Uin by Afllda-vit..
JAi r.-.Nv:,..::. F lA.. M r' h *2: -b.TJohn
M ,v:a. un.)wv living in clay unity,


OPENING OF MACRUM'S


MAIL AT CAPE TOWN


. : :-, r a n.nl..r t i hi:e,, Ex-Consul Before Foreign Be-


L, n. *ti14 a.' b"-n .jtc.1-h- F'' rh'



.,Ili andiw 2 Iiv*-jr' .11.io
t ;:i eth 1 ti- tiotit', i worn"0

wa_ II*' 'il J r.-Jai r vit ii 1



,I- .f'-th fl h mt 44 tlge 't, i

0 Mr 11'.4 ; l -,mn'~., 'iaili 1, .to Ihi-; agn.
If thm' .-1.1 i*ln iam '.rim.'hr a 'l-lit-.ilg,


DIVIDEND WAS DECLARED.

to 114. Int G0CMI !Shape.
Q71PIAN'. 4;1&.. Marcn'. lthln


lations Committee.


RELATES HIS EXPERIENCE


L-P'mnnntartine'nt CIjilmer- '.%Ir. Hiwai.rel Rew-
gairci' It a cian FAliort to MIuke Scsws-
thou Out cof Noetal'.11g
Wt-.IANOToe, M~arc'h -2,-Charl. s E.
'it Ea f .'t 1i1 v-rp- 4 ..d.4the Animr-
leant t'x-c.im-ml at r't'a. nhew'arabt--
ft.rc' tl!.- hion-zt- f. 'i'tigim jffjji&r- "' intitte.'
ande t *t if ttll-.IXi~',t l inme~jg-lugixirier h.-
zcnff.'r-.* at the- haztd-.of the llx'.i-h dur-
ingr hi, iamcutilmitnxcy. Xii. a h-' gve out
hi.-; Shtitf-'ii-t ~ ae-;A'~,Il %vvs WA. ad.elee lning
that hk fi 'ii'al nmaii had i1w-,' n ep'n~ed by
Briti-.h a'ftloiul.-4, R*et'eita y'Whtel&-r
culin fortuall iMIttrehyi'ei & t'~ttti'e


n-lal n.ewring tj f rhe st'4t'khi.,lh'r' off the It wa.s subt.4iu.-ntly arnmiged that the
South G-e)r.iia R lway .'.:npalny the re- foreign ffaire committee should take
lprts 'f th.. president and tretaurer thouaurter up .: its own volition with-
ahowed a splendid financial condition., out any din-reti on from the hou e ant
the property being worth more than Mr. Macrmu was summoanedl to Wash-
doubhle th arnimunt of sto-k outstanding ingon to testify. In opening Mr. A-

above' all liabilit.ngon totetify. In opening Mr. Ma-
The net earnings for the fiscal year crum reeled the statement he mnuMk
ending Feb. 28, last, were above 430,000. same time ago to the Afxociated Pre.
The board of directors declared a divi- That statement, he maid, practically em-
dend of 10 per cent, which wi be IPy" bodied all he had to say. He explained
able on and after April 1. Preliminary
steps have been taken looking to the ex- that when he asked for have of absence
tension of the road south to Tampa or he desired to come home for private
some other I)oint on the gulf oatst. reasons and also because he desired to


ADVISED TO GO TO AFRICA.
Iev. Sparks Advoca.te's Negro Enmlgra-
tiot to That C(',untry.
BAL.TIMOUE, Mi.ri'h 24. Thin Rev.
Sparks, edu'cati,;idtlagenmt f h-i..national
Baptist convention, in anl admire. to the,
negnr Bpl3itist preac'h rt. he-re urge-' s emi-
gration to Afri'a.
HITe s.id ithat thi nte-r'-o wa; trans-
planted lby force, and coiil4l n11it tlhi Nve-as
he' should until hie returned' to the Inmd
of his fathers, and that the opportuni-
tie- f,or advancement in nuiaterial matters
a'ld the scieuco fd government would l >
afforded which could never l'- the for-
tune of the negro iu this country where
the preldontinance of the white ra-!e, was
'constantly increasing, owing to ('igrit-
tiont.
IDr Bull's (ough Syrup ftrnishes most auh.
-trit~ lti icomifort and relia to con-u aII c-
tiv,.; it work n most r markabhie run a
l>'.'l't dedlf r. Koilo'f oq n 'ev n itilt I |)*- :i)fi"
a <'ur 1-h p ibhble wit'i thi%- wori -lful
rminedy.
llrl'gilr Itc in Dowin.
MNo q Sp s es. Ala.. March 2.-
BIurilars hr oki into ti. storho,,u-i' of J.
M. Ellih & Son at Thompiron. Deputy
J. (. Cannichael, with the hounds, hur-
ril to the sneti. They put the dogs on
the truck, but this co uld inot be, followed
farther than where- a here had been
hitched. The track of the horc- was
then f allowed by the persons who had
gathered, and the horse having thrown
off one sl h e, was easily followed to the
home of Bill Marlow, a negro, where
nmst of the stolen puo e were recovered
Bill has implicated a moted negro poli-
tician, Jerke Thompson, and a negro
named Reuben Townsend. All three are
now in jail here. The hIss sustained by
the burglary is about $25.
Twenty Inche* of %now.
MmIJ.ETrE, S. D., March 2M. The
W)nrst blizzard of the 4wasm prevaiLs
here. Twenty inches :of snow fell last
night and a heavy north wind is blow-
ing. However, te temperature is mod.
rate.
Appiilies For Retirenment.
WASHINOTON, March 2.-Rear Admi-
ral B-ujamin F. Day has voluntarily
applied for retirement from the active
list of the navy aend his name will be
placed on the' retired list today. He waa
inaapmaitaited for duty by falling down
anll elevator .shaft several mouths ago.
stranded Int a nowstorm.
PearTI::D.tAM. March 2'<.-The Holland- c


Anmerican line steamer Stutendam from
New York March 17, fo.- this. p)rt, went
aground at Maasluis during a snow-
sterm. She' will proilably float next tide.


A irluhinful Blunder
Will often cause a horrible Burn
Scald. Cut or Briise. Bucklen's Ar-
niea Salve, the best in the world.
will kill the pain and promptly hiea'
it. Cures Old Sores. Fever ,orpes
i'lcer-. Boil-a. elons Corns.all tkkir
Eruptions. Best Pile cure on earth.
Only 2.5 cents a box. Cure guaran-
teed. Sold by W. A. D Aleniberte-.
Druggist.

We are Sol01e Aenlts For
Kayser & Allman'-. ('h,i-. Mf. N
Kellen's and Cleveland Wall tP,.'?.
<4'-'-. l'in- W all Fiper- F 'l li'
of ,.inple--. J. E. I,,--a & C,. N,,. 1.
N. Palafex. Pheton- 2'.-2. 24f-tf

Don't Pay $40 and $50
for St- WINI. MMACHINiS- when v('- r
c-t in uy th.- best make with ial th.
Itt. iLi provements at 0. M.. Pryor'-
Br rain Furniture Hou-,, for frori
#1. etoee 31). Our household furniture,
i- eqIaelly is cheap. Call an see(-
:hte big'stock.


place before the United States govern.
ment certain facts which he deemed it
e gennttl te2o) byowv here. He under-
sto~, he .sad, that rthe British had pod-
session of 'our able either. He' was not
certain oif this, but he had since had in-
frnatrion which convinced him that hi.
su-i i,'iou, 't- .\'," rorre,,t.
He al.*) de-ired information as to) hi6
Course When the set tleneant cante at theo
end (of the war. Furthe-r hle had a peti-
tion fn)un some Ane -rican re-sitlents in
the' Tran.-vaal asking th'it th.- .fnitslt
States maintain abl,,lnt nt-utrahty
which he wanted to pre.-t-ut to the state
delau'ti.ient.
Asked as to when he was first satisfied
that his mail was liting taiiuleredl with.
he said that war was declared Oct. ;34.
He did not receive any mail between
that date and the sA)ne t week in No.
vemlbr. (O.-dinirily he hadl a ix of
mail every w\e-k.
P .ser'd for spe-ific uifornmation as rto
hiow. hi get the intimatiion that the Brit-
ihN w*re ,opening aindI dclayiug his mnil.
he rejpli.di that wh:-n hi.s nail did not ar-
rive he t '!'granhedo r' n.-,talat I. rena,
Maruttiez reque-utingr him to iniquire 'of
Caipje T'own why it w.5, i-i:.' delayed.
The consul r,.)lied that he a.l-o hail r'-
eiv d nio i n il.
Mr. Ma,-runii -id 0hl- lahy' of his mail
tcr'-ate-d a o('vim-ti.ini iIn hi' tuintd that the
British auithonritieswe r.- r ,n-ible. Thn-
first actual evidence he hald wad s the r ,-
ceipt of two opene-d 1-trters. He pro-
duced the enveloues which h'- said exin-
tained thos,- letters. One was from a
private citizen, addressed to the' Uited
States consul at Pretoria, anl the other
was to him by name froin Colonel Stow'.
at O(Jape Town.
Mr. William Alden Smith of (Chicago,
questioned the witness sharply on rei-
smns forr eating his belief that the Brit-
ish authorities had p IsetMioeinof the state
department's cipher.
Mr. Marrum .-aid he eauld not affirm
that fact from actual knowledge, but
there were certain facts which convinced
hint that su,'h vwa the caw He ac-
knowledgel that on Nov. #; he had ca-
bled the t.tate department in 'ipher ask-
ing for a leave of aboence. The me iag
had gone through Durean. The aXez
day, Nov. 7. he said. he had been in-
fo)nnel that a newspaper at Durban
printed the fact that he had asked for
leave of abe-nce.
Mr. Smith proeedled to interrogate
Mr. Macrum an to the charaa-ter of the
code used by him in this dis-atch.
"The message said Mr. Macnum.
"war sent in the state department cipher
of the Slater et le."
At this point Mr. Howard of Georgia
interposed to question the utility of the
examination af Mr. Mactrum. "It looks
to me," aid he, "like an effort to os-
coot a sensation out of ne.thing."
Rev. John Reid. Jr., of Great Fallis,
Mont.. recommended Ely's Creanm
Balm to me. I can emphasize h1s
statement. "It is a poitiv-e cure for
eatarrh if used m4- directed."-Rev.
Francis W. Poole, Patitor ('Cntral
Press. Church. Helena. Meont
After using Ely's Cream Balm *ix
wpee'k I believe my-cetlf e'"ir-d of ca-
arrh. Josei-ph Stewart, (raind Ave..
Buitilo. N. Y.
"i'he It-'lm doe,-- not irri:at, orn cau**a
n,.eezitnl. Mtold by druI.'.%i-t. at .Ai1
't., or itnail d by Fly -rother-. 56
WVarr-tn St New York.


We will ltirndpr your -,r-padead for
", c-t -;nt- f ainidl nt-kke t:.-'ii leo)k
ik- ii-w. Star Laiint.dry.

WooD W INTIE.I)
nil- ir- l.-. -ir- f. r r of
-if o pine wood.
221ilw PIm'-i ri 1 E ('Co.

We have moved to !I S. P, I'o x street.
We area prm .e*nt i tur, here. All e
want i as na ll part cf your patronage.
Call and look tour instruments. THEY
ARE BEAUTIES.

JclS F:cni Pi n0 & Orzan Co.
11 6. Palafox Street,-


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Wages Are Advanfed.
CoLratI-. Ga., March 29. The
aedard of wag"'- is bei'ig raised among
workingmen in C lumibus. This city is
nw* perhaps the l-st "'organized" one.
in the south, so far as th handing oft
workingmen into unions is co4inci'rnltl.
71e advance, in wage-s is due to the gen-
eal pro~i'erity whi-'h is visiting Comlum-
Ibs and al,. t. the fact that the dem-anmd
o(irtwniz, ailKr r'-4ve n more atten-
toa than the- deiuan'l-4 of individuals.

STAGE GLINTS.
WMery manager in New York pnid
$100 for his box for the E. E. Rice bln-

Inaneon has been eng-aned to sing at
Batreuti. lite is the tirst rrenchmatn
So bonore'ld.
Alvarez. the tenor. hais gone back
from New York to Eurlpe. lle only
cane over for a short season.
Edwsrd J. Morgan is playing In "The
Umbaseaidor." and Eu::net ('orrigan
has taken hisi place in "'leu-IHur."
Vltecr lherlwrt was lately presented
witb a handxonue silver loving cup lty
tlhe melt'ers of his Pittsburg orches-
Ira.
It Is d.1-fiit-ly .1- 'stith! that C(ssle Lof-
tns s'a&ll appear with Mine. o.1Mdjes'a.
as Vi<;ti and als) in "I.Ia Bataille des
Fan.es."
It s toll t tlst the 'hinese minister
clciatedl is nled:titor a:ud settl'd cer-
iniln dif<''lrtn--es I*etx 'w'fli Clh ig:: rng
'tbo nn-l hI iis ti:i;<'!'S.
Iletr.-y V ll.'nondl's l!ay. V**Vhen We
Were '"'T. *h.:y -oir." has n iade a suttees'
In New York. thouiui!i 'st praise goes
to N .t I ;v.i!, :iINd M :axil. lL: ,,ott.
Paul <:::i.:. re l.-is lt ri l eved of
t hi e I'; l w Ie:'1.' I'",n ;irryil n In his
ik ne ,- i :. .-'. ; t :' il:-' :'t 'i ..ty 'r
the .N I:.y. v. : i n ; i a :-tA;i;eI ac-
cidert iu lan ,..;I.r
iMrs. RIhi:.d ;i M:t:stiihl. who wais
M iss leaterivo', < ,:tt;.r'itt n i the stag''.
was reinlly Mi- Susie' Steemianii of)
Troy. SI,- Ins ree.-itly Ioi:ghlit in un-
der foretlos ire of tiiirtlg:ge; for $2.( the Ioime ot her cii'i',d., where her
father still lives.

A wmrn naImej E. Pres-on. of Pres-
sonville. Kans., wrote a letter the
other day. h:yiniz the opinion of
Pverybody intt his town who has uspd
Foley's Honey and Tar iz. that it is
the very best medicine for la grippe.
co0.ds, cugh, etc. WV. A. D'Aleni-
berte.
Handsome pictures, bric-
a,-brac, etc., in endless ar-
ray at rock bottom prices at
Marston 4 Finch's.
VINTEE.
Vutedt o k u I bieds of uctme
R dirlttr, rckauilis,. c.
AruIn lel 142.

Coffee! Coffee!!
We call the attention of
the general public to the
fact that we hare one of
the best equipped Roasters
in the South, and that we
can furnish th is delicious
beverage at prices that
defy competition. I 'e also
wish to remind you that our
Coffees are always fresh
from the Roaster. IW while
others are old an d h arc lost
their aroma, ours is fresh.
and delicious.
3"ew Orleans Grocery Co.,
J.4S. M'HlUGH,
Phone 1(i7. Proprietor


1f. 6CAll btr 5enate ta 'nfio'1.
(,all ifor a~a ,mtc. oa.-mncra nt ioconventa Iion to
te held at J~ntk'aonali'il. F'Ia.. a. -,:lay, JIU:1"
114. LUAW:
Tbe .J''nt crA,: C-- r v 'f Ii.- 'taftof Flor-
ida will hold 0alii ''r'i'ti a'an t .1 ck,.nrn-
witlie on 'Au' day. I;ne 14. at 1:'noust. fort i'I
hul'uuaiigiiitii
Toeblams- fiiea.:azt, -)-arr'prp"ait SIlle'-atatev
In the nat '''vigl dentt''craaiic con 5,-itieif. toa
be bpld at l'ft I'.u"% CCI IV. M.. .JoiiIV 4. 14:41. to
hionleat.' caimdtital.eefor IlU' .i* '. of 'u..i'
trner. cm:...'J .;"t :.'euf C., -Uprum- Ce'u. t.
a *t'vearva:!Wt ?tatt'. tari.:.tanra,
4 Ovmv4trdblil--r. 'it' ;-'ir'r. t-'u,"'riatende'nt 4ai
PVallic In at-ai a'v!c 1w1 e..'ait:In--I, neiieroef A xr.-
* ufturv.ta ~l~i ii tican a omtic s -- ianer for t I:
termut41 f -ur ye? rs. iu -'r.'a xiiFieI -c
.'rsani four alir.)a h o I,.'eat elfaor %I
hrux :Ih'r "'.-I*- Ii lIe'c10

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Itps41 gl"Vpe I"i.act !11 5 Ir 'U:.!lt it.' partIy -
gaut7.&t&ioeiar-,re'an zH ,eiIcbey he-'laIn%; tat'-
"mflowft itl. All i 'tto-rmt% titre itiva ted I.
parti.-apst, inutii:. alt-s'ticoa of det.&eeil's
,be-re'c I ia..udin.. t~imin- mb'mh-t."' h.evumii
.~sasasfl..to %e 40et.. since' t 11" lataeleerion.
Tbehasht' nse and secretary of each cou i
ty ceanveni aoau hiele.1for tthe urpase eof eli's. -
Ing 4CI.'I Au-" Stothe state' convention it-,,
roqasc'ated I--s-iad 1,D HeeD. W. A. Bawl%.
crha~irmun.11'alatiaahe. Iris.. A written or
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HANDSOME WINTER HOMES.
Car:nea ep Are Building Palattial Resi-
dence at (urtnberland.


BRItN swv K, Ga., March 2"'.-While
Andrew Carmntgie i- busy e-nd.,wingli-
br:ries and .s,-tlin, trou!,les with his
old partners. the family. h.taded by
Mrs. Lucy '.in,..,ie, i busyv building
winter paoke-'s on Cumn-rL:ud island.
Mi)rris Carnegie is building near his
mrhr, while t,,ward the north end of
the island. at Plum Orchard, George
crnlegie' is erecting a a autiful home,
und at the old Stafford Iplace Will Car-
nfegie has a hand me new place. An-
drew (arn i.ie, now in New Orleans on
his w-eldiug tour, will commenc-e to
brild .shortly. and Mr. Rickston, Mrs.
Carnegi*.'s saon-in-law, will lbuill this
coming sunimer.


The Detachment.
He loved her for her wondrous hair,
So narvelonsvl rich.
But when he saw it cn a chair
Iove's train o! thought. just then and there.
Was wrecked by a misplaced switch.
-Elliott's Magazine.
The Way It Works.
"Younc man. don't you know you spend
too much money on the theater?"
"Yes, I know it. but I am too poor to
ever get any passes, you know."-In-
dianapolis Press.
Consolatiom.
If the winds blow cold. dear brother,
And the air is keen and raw,
Remember the culdeat weather
Comes just before the thaw.
-Philadelphia North American.
Safe Emough.
"Sir." she exclaimed. "you kissed me!"
"Oh. well, never mind," he replied rt-
assuringly: "I have no faith in that germtn
theory!"- Philadelphia North American.
How's This
We offer One Hundred Dollars re-
ward for any case of Catarrh that
cam o: be cured by !all'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 & TRI-AX,
Wholesale Druggists. Toledo, 0.
WALIINu, KINNAN & MARVIN.
Wholesale Druggrists. Toledo. 0.
Hall's Catarrah Cure is taken in-
ternally. acting directly upon the
blood and mucous surfaces of the
system. Price 7hc. per bottle. Sold
by all drutrists. Testimonials free.
Hall's family pills are the be-t.

I will repair your watches and
jewelry in flrst-class style. J. I.
B:ephens.


i'EVIY DROP


Iold Robbery at (;Gaddln.
GAEDrrE. Ala.. Ma.rnh 2S.-O:,,;of the
bhldost rob,-.ries andi atr

known in this section ixecurred almost il
th--.' hurt oif th" ci-Vy al ,! o ia' of the
princiicel re-idence- str,-,.-ts. J:,ne.s Hay-
g*erni;t,. who l;w.rks at th jisi' w. and lives on Fifth street t. had eaten1
brea.,fr-rt andl )ou. t; work. l.. Vilg hi.s
wif.. lr(. Two n t e.nt,.rd tin huse,
ounid an l tagg.d her ;aiidrirld a ttrnik,
.t.enring a finie diamond tniat $1 7. After
securingg the mIno y they att;:itted to)
:tss'ult the wnium. but w.-r frighten,'d
awv.y.
nla Luck.
First Nursegirl-So you've got a new
place?
Second Nursegirl-Yes.
First Nursegiri-Do you I:Le it?
Second Nursugirl-Lile it? Why, it
; right in front, of a police station:-
Indiaua Weekly.


Cause -'or Thankfulnea-.
"Just as I opened up the front door
this n oruing the newsboy flung the
rolled up paper, and it hit me on the
nose."
"You must have been glad it wasn't
the Sunday edition."-Clevelanl Plain
Dial'.-r.


A Moving History.
Eminent Actor-At one time I was a
stage hand.
Admirer-Yes; I noticed in your blog-
ralphy that early in life you began to
shift for yourself.-Baltimore Amerl-
can.
Duty and Habit.
Po,liceman-If I did me Juty, I'd run
you in.
Protesting Citizen-Oh, don't go out
of your way on my account.-Philadel-
phia North American.

A LITTLE KNOWN' F'ACr.
That the majority of serious dis-
eases originate in disorder of the
kidneys. Foley's Kidney Cure is
guaranteed. Try It to-day if you are
not feeling well. W. A. D'Aleim-
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was an ANCIENT who, used
to burn wood.
i4 for BILLS that lie paid
when he could.
was the COAL that lie after-
wards bought.
is the DIRT and DUST that it
brought.
is the EVIL tlusr- things
brought to pas.
was his FOLLY in inot using
gas.
is the GAS George u atd in llis
stove.
is the HEIGHT of j, y gas
brought to his honiw.
is the INDIAN; lie doe,-i't
use GAS.
cannot use it. for J tlie
JACKASS.
is the KITCHEN wN,.ar. UA.r
is the fuel.
is the LAU'NDRY, t!ley-er
b ,th of 'emu co l.
is the MONEY, -:tved by ai
Gas Range.
is for NOW. th'., beat tiw.m fur
a chiauue.
is thp OFFER tihe Cor.p;1;l-ny
makes.
i- tle IPROFIT. dl 't niUt ke a
mistake.
iq for QUESTION: no ques-
tion at all!
is the RANGE you s':,:uld
buy before Fall.
is the SAVING you ic:iak. if
you do.
i- the TIME and TItOl'Il.E
saved, too.
Is. tl' I'NION of ('Cominfrt
andt thrift.
is VEXATION, r.ow cut it
adrift.
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FOR GOVERNOR OF ALABAMA.


;.ca- ratl Whelh'r's Friend- I'r.-e Him
to .Itake the Raee.
-.' n .-T, IN. J.r'i -1'S.--Si:'. hi r'-
rn i t,, 1 .,' .!.ishi ,:r!. t( -nir.dl \Vi;. ,-l..r
ha.s I :i .a r'nmut'r ,f 1l.rt,:r.- fr:n A. l-
S.:...: -rh! .i:-i l," Tl' :, iea' ;iat
fr th. ,,: *v; :i ,r-hi) ;i n n iinan : i:. T.,
aI rh th... s::. '" --* *;, ]'hr ] .;- :';i, l tih ;



(. -:*rv Wheeler hils? If will sayV
i. 'tf- iing 1 rthi," Iubjct,. but the iniprs-
-iin it- i that he w ull' not attevli t: 0
run. very f:'srt to keep away from the
onminatiou if he should find it headed
his way.
,atrnimony and Crime.
"I liegan my :areer of crime." said
the fanmons crtnilual. "when I married
the second time."
"Did your second wife lead you
astray?" asked the sympathetic visitor.
"Not so much as the first one. It
was she who preferred the bigamy
charge."-Philadelphia North Ameri-


for Infants and Children.
Castoria is a harmless s substitute for Castor Oil. P.r,
gorie, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Phlea'..n,. I|
contains neither Opitun Morphine nor other Nar, ,t,,
substance. It destroys worms and always Feveriih,.
It cures Diarrhlea and Wind Colic. It relievs T.,
ing Troubles and cures Constipation. It regul.itt, *
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural h-i.,"
The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend.

The Kind You Have Always Bought
9 Bears the Signature of


In Use For Over 30 Years.


le
th
if


OO many people lose valuab
time in experimenting wit
cough and cold cures. I hey shou
take Foley's Honey and Tar before it
too LATE. W. A. D'Alemberte.


A CALL


For Democratic Primalies and Con-
vent Ion.
Resolved, That a convention of the lDem-
ocratic party of Escambia county sbhll he
leld at Powelton at i o'clock noon on the
14thday of April. Mil. for the purpose of
selecting twelve (112) persons to represent
c'tcadnbia county at the Iistrict Convin-
tiou to nominate a candidate e for ('Cogress
andfor the purpose of e'lecting twelve i 1'
persons to represent Escatnbia county ait
the State Convention at such tune and
pace ts may be fixed by the ltate and Con-
gre-.sionial Democratic Comllmittee' and for
the purpose of selecting a County Execu-
tive Conmmittee to hold until their succes-
sors shall be selected int lnr2.
'lihe precincts are and shall be entitled to
the following representation at said Coum-
ty Convention:
No.1. Nix's ..
No. 2. Kupfrtnti's -
No. :, M illv w ........
No. 4, Ferry Pass ...............
No. 5. Hurst's 1
No. ;. i'owelton .. ;
No. 7, Pin" barren .. .. ........
No. ,. rna tree .... "-'
No.P llult Springs 2
No. li. Wardt & Hollati'l-, I
No. 11, W alnut Hill ..... 1
No. 12. Pensacola 412
No. I1., rt-usacula 4
No. 14, Pensacola ........ I..
No. 1.. 'anIsacola I'
No. 16, 'inevilla e 1
No. 17, Brent'. I
No. 1, M'cllavid 1
No). 19,. Molino .... 1
No ;.,. Hltonatut ..... ,
For the Ipurrose of electing delegates froln
the several precincts as aoove 'et forth and
for the purpose of nominating two candi-
dates for trie House of Representatlves, for
the purpose of nomiinating a candidate for
thertiT, a candidate for Clerk of Circuit
Court, a candidate for Tax Collector, a can-
didate for Tax Astessor, a candidate for
STr-easurer, a candidate for County Judge. a
candidate for Superintendent of rublilc In-
struction, a candidate for County Surveyor.
a candidate for Clerk of Criminal Court. a
candidate for Justice of Peace and a Con-
stable for second d District, a candidate for
Justice of Peace for Firth District, can-
didates for three members of County School
Board. a primary election of the Demo-
cratic voters ofi scambina county shall be
tiolden between the hours of 8.:Wua. in. and
t:t5p. in. on Tuesday, the l0th day of April.
Ima.', anuu for the purpose of conducting s:taid
elvetiont the following inspectors and clerk*
of election alre Uiertby -elected and ap-
pointed:
Preciie.t No. 1-Chas. Andrews, Neil Gag<.,
W. D. Bell, inspectors; Archiee Bentou,
clerk.
k'r cilnct No. 2-Ashi I ravey. LotisD)aniel .Jainw. trmaey, npupector!; T. M. M -carrit,
clerk.
rretcil('t No. .;-Frank Suarez. 1). 1P.Wil-
liatii-, )Jhol: f'l, in-,.ectors; 10. E. Dt)(ugla-.
Ilve,-ot't No. 4-W. I. lonug;as. W\. 1.. Nu-
ti- 1'. OoLrz:alz. i inspectors; W. A. T1':11-
p;. ci.'ni .
V'.ciincEt No. 5- .io. II. iavis. .Johin Bry-
ittt. A. .1. I -u-i-, liisiwctors'; LuuS Friatter.
eie' i k.
l'r' i-i:ct No -('G \V. \ ,V. iI. Henutl'er'ro lln. Ipecors ; u. '.Jenl-
i .- l t'[ No. 7-11. A. I,'].e. W E. Tucker.
I. .1. -.ti. rl'l.t.m lll eptect rs.; \V. W\ Sw t t
n t- 0lt ^ .,-A.T Fillin:glin. II. P. H w-
n;an, i. F'. ( ralitre', inspector'. "'tyiTor
1a lDl't're'". i .-rk. i
I'r.-ctinct No. '-I.. I) .wrowd-r, .\..1. ('.w-
ia rt. i V .'1 i;lor, ii;usp ti'ors.; .1. Z. ir, air"s,
(.I'.: k.
I't C IItt N'o. I'I-C. .1. 'ardl. Johii ('l.-

1'rncinct N 1!. 1-J. .. Lee,. Levi Mii;tn -.
'loim.o.i Hall, ,iiit-p .tor ; J. 1, -:,;waild
cr rk.
1'r.,int't No. !-'-W .. F. L.-eP, 1'. I'. i e,
\V Ill 1 ni l." 111-1 r or(lo ; U..r c' !,.
r,-.v i.,,t No. i.;-A .A Fh r.I.. I m >.. l.
\V, .. i. 1 ,!: i 'v ; in-)'p ciot ; 1. M .,:..r:.
cle.rk.
l'rccir't <'N ll--Anthlony I irra. A.M H lit-
v\';z'. VI 4 illlllo ?. l, I-IpectOur'I: Johni A
M.c'rit t. clerk.
I'rt ciii'l No. I -.Il.- nni i"lkint, Geo. S.
lallmanirk Ct'. .1. C>'to:i, in pe.ctor-: J. '1.
W"iiting. eri.
Flo'h we s", .I r., h. I '. 1%\ .l ::t;ita lia-|J,' >l.'' t .)l .
No. Hulli'n 1I, e!'rk..
i'ret'-illi No. 17T-A. .. ('lC ptol \5'.' \.
KitIele '. (i'crge" Hoyt. mi-p' c. -; >,lia.1
Laefc'rty, a'lerk.
i etl ilc t No. !-I. rewtoni. I,. .. N. t.
DaI:t d M 4 ea).i ,tt, in )pe.c;ot-: .; E
I; a iar.. clt 1'i .
I'Vrt :n.-t No). i- .I. IL. i; : Inilar, W \ \ '-
l'r, .\..-.J. : i", il n. il, s p o't. r-, i'a +'. I'.W et'lrcil t No.f-.--W II. Ma ,vo. W mI. MI -
(CIt i-oII. \VW in. .M Mit'rC ty, i | ,t' :
I. 1>..S t l ;n '*. k.
"1 1 ,, ; : r |l1' i' :1-'t !,: 11 ,; + :



S.. -- .'.


N +.. I I -A. M, i !, --.

\ l.; --N o|r; -a-t c,,|.,, r l',>;i'",'. ;:.'


X plus 'i hIree )Dollars to buy :t
Gas Rainge'.


yol pa,;4.
i-; eair ZEAL I.to ,uppl~'yeaot
with OAS.


iRAINGES $13- Con~ect-d Free,


?enslsacola Gas Co.,


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


No 31 South Palat' x Street.


Laundry Ofllce


PENSACOeLA, FLA


JOHN McDAVID,


REAL ESTATE AND BIOKERACE.
CURE YOURSELF! CITY PROPERTY, FARMING
',I*.r.: ,t-.-"i.- r L,- .,",,t ..; AND TIMBER LANDS
e] S '1-ti ntC.r n rta ll ta r Llit rla 1, "'-
".. ,.- r...i :u,- ,, ,: : .-t:..,- FOR SA LE.
Sc'T i.t. t r -- :., .- -.... .


N o. 1 .- <',ri;'n l; :>ni:i:].i an : n '. : .
Noi i.- I t'; I ;Ii' l, Vllr.-r-.
N' : -- fI'lI 1\ : i I.
N ,. 17 -- ;r,-' : .- ttt Ion 'I hq t ol HI,; -...
N"N I. l,--.'.l,)i :r,. c I(*: )q<1 lYt- .
N >. "- I -o-'lmtla t+ -. ri I ll" t Ite li' '.
I I t :k 'it ;, j >' ; ,'; N lIs:tlI f \l ote a re ,.iw D.
thi- dl'.'- atl'' eli-eted friti "it;i prf-o.' .'
bak ain iI h iiIalile-t v't,' of Li->.' al-'t'.il
slIt:l cat t!I- Ihail vot--.
A'I whI:1, t n-1 'rn at- I.-Kally v t- un i ter the ar(t if th- le:isl;aittlur or I .
intietllltn"l i tIchapter 4. '. who hli.ve pi.nl
Itieir poll tI xe-- (fi li+ yeitar <'e. mi m anxd I i '.
aind ho Will tiP!e ti" n,vii.e'f'. --,. is id pr"iniary eectioni arlh
said ei, \'tiitilil-i '-hall be Ientitled i unlt art.
cordially invited to participate it !aid pr.-
niary el,('tion. and said primary *"I'ctin
sit:;ill ie held in all way- under the riul s
II, lre'.uilatu !1'1 a a- -'t forth itin said c aly|>-> r
I-.'. ,ai.A tii ctuiiit',ttee hall, meet at tl.-
ottlc- of the >'.)unty jule'. in the 'city f
P'enaacola, at fi o'clock p. m..on the 12thi day
of Ap il, 1OWl'. at whlati time a-d pla e they
will receive returivn, caivaess the- sa. ni
and announce the result of said primary
election and the inipectors above miinid
will have then and there the re-turns of si.d
-l't leton.
T'e nt!e)t', to t-, ied l-hnll be print-d on
plain white paper, and shall have no u.--


Ohas Turner,


*tARCHITECT*


-AND-


General Contractor,


Building, Repairin-, Mantel and Grate S-,ttinzg. Pluti.int -. .
aind Gas Fitting.

A Complete Plumbing Department under the
Management of E. B. Morey.
A''Ariti-ti D)siin-., Estimiats'. Plan and Specii *. '
ing of All Kinds, Prepared on Short Notice.
IW A Large and Carefully Slected Stock of Fine- M .- i.
Tiling of All KinIds. I:tth Tubs, Clo-etand lfonu-eho.ld .\'i
Hot Water and Gas Fixtures.


No. 19 S. Palafox St.


:: Telephone No. 345


----THE




Citizens National Bank
OF PENSACOLA.


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


JOHN F. PFEIFFEi
CA.-H I t..
R. M. BUSHNELL.
ASST. CAS : '..


DIRECTORS:
T. E. WELLER. WM. FISHER.
of E. E. Satunders & C,.
K. J. WHITMIIE. JOHV" F. PFEIFFER,
L. HILTON GREEN.


General


Banking Business Transacted.


s AI,;,'-.S HanUdled on Favorable Telr"r.. ;.
Char.o Bm)?h;t { and Sold, Collectleo.v
;rom;ivf Attended To.

A.CCO UNTS SOLICITED.





The Star Laundry,


,I Pl W [M Y OF JEST FLO RiDA
A. GI..


Our Address


is always asked faor wii#,i
le4- beauty of the Lin .ie I.
here is displayed on
SHIRT FRONT, (01.1. '
AND) C I'FF
It i.; our I)est reco('iin)ll i i
:ire always" reliable. ai,
n, v,,r fail to '.**i\ ,.n. ;;I *
ti. t:.


ALL 4AWORK fie 0. D.
r1;1E~O~11'4. 7 E. GARDEN -hI
np" i',.-C~l mi' AND DDSLIVERED FREF.TZ~
,NALJXA TINGRAR14A. Xarag,,r.


ESTABLISHED 1882.


McKENZIE OERTING & CO,
0 :,LA.7 rM II a

Ship Chandlery and General Hardware,
603 AND 60.5 S. PAIxAIOX STREET.
--^^ ^.- A-cssxvrory-------
REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEBLINGS ~A~O 0'
GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RU8EL & 80NS PUMP:-
iasvu, erdage, Pits., ilss. lautic lustrums ts, m rts, HcIn rs, h all
COMPASEM. LOMM. M T /
C. McKenzieOertin (',Collecting Agent for Bar Pilots' -
ciation. /


mtv poev vfvf09ff I vm


I


RIX M. O N-1


_


0lAS











THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 1900. 3


CURES WEAK MEN FREE.


Send N.ine
lita It Frre end be Strong and

Vigorous for Life.


INSURES


LOVE AND A


HAPPY


L. W. KNAPP, M. D).


Satiia% non nreay uoui'kly cure blmself
.* Tear f suffe-r.ig from sesbual weak-
.t I .wt iaiia1t.i. niait lIonms. verleoioet.
and pinlarge email weak rainss to full
and viiglr inimply **nd y,.urnatmeand
t. .-s ti IsrW. L. W Knapp. tt27 Hull
' i4ing. l eitreat. Mich.. and he wall
.1 % end tthe fre-o r-ceipt with full direc-
,s*o that an ayma may .es-Ily cure him-
- ** ho..'s. T ha certeilniv a n-lsit gen-
i. offer and the f.ollo lnAing tracts taken
tit daily aMIl show cbat men think
,- gemletaIty.
..r *mtr- -I-1o **. exe(pt my slnetro-
f .- ftor ours if recent date*. I have
r. ir Ireatdnl-it a ttcoraiath te'*t anlid
,-enefit has Itewi eotraordinary. It has


A 9i cpie.
*.xw w-lo lhsnqt t -eean a koapje.
:a biltitt kfri..:ati. a-:ilvioaamlhv real-
jt I-hiit n LAIl-oa mutch as the
f a ',1 ':It Lit i- Lft (of It -ifter

V I a- t!-: i t 1I'-. :ilri 4.t In-


', :1 1. a:i1-1 Ifi n 11ul :111 t
taota if C:-' n ai. a,. I


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N a 0 ,tIt,, Lit,

r t* i-ti 'a tr





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itala ceuk 41 rjehtno'.
\j. I mi.Man'1h-2 .!fill ~nst


*.-'i Li JI;-: uY

)ri i-l li- i tll. rjarmx


DAILY MARKEr REPORTS.


COTTON.


N 5 ~osc Marcha 21


.5 '.rc
a t
.bat
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1,004" -aIvotesam Iddlu.4 U",
-i n gulf It'..
a%-4 : Amt)oiatOVISIONIL


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HOME.


completely brqce4l m" up. I am just n
vigorous as when a t" y and .ou cannot
realize bow happy t amn."
** Dear Hi r:-Your m-nhol w 'rked b'at i -
fully. Results %erecxfctly what I needed.
witrength and vigor have completely r*--
viirn-ti and uiilargement 1i entirely eati--
factory. '
--I'**lr asir:-Yourt %ast received and I had
no trubtle in making soe of the receipt as
directed and can truth ully 'ay it is a boon
to wmak m-n. I iam areatly improved in
sif. streimthb and vigor."
All corr..potndetnce is ttritctly conflden-
tifi. maled1 in plan s-ealmd envelope. The
ro*tlnt ri fr. for thi-askinat and he wants
every man to bave at.


Dreams of t~he MaIMed.
'I t .jitc- i a. h' u%%sian josyhol-
0ZIt. lhi~ii~t* tllIwa of a,! 1 lrsiall




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7' ;:1 14. a I.a 1 !1.1..1.141!
..- il \.' 'T-- a -- tino'a-
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to... . *.:;-(.- caa rac


t I-r iz,-J Ily 1-t~aa .-..a -v -atri?.tII li thoy
'nian aifthe Ws a la'ilj#-ta P1a"tae go-ther
or !. i'r, uLJI.a: z .iItt aai t-atjaa thera'
ii' -i- I 'I I ,Stjr 1I"1',)t 1! "! I AV I () 1 of :ithe
t..t" l~ ate rtaita j-n i.c liai e, te


V t o When you t sinmethnllj to he:1.!
a i rurn. oir a sire *,r ci!lt. why I ot
4 try Panaer BaSve which isguar inte, d
I the tilIa-s li-ailitlh ointment in the
t 2" woral. Take io -ub-titute. W. A.
Si D'Aleambt'rte.

s ^ e-- 'sthe Tle Krd You IUt AtJS B80t
'( : il,*istz


j 1. S'ephwtj 1 Ia a :a a- 'r

Ria.K nfvf-. F-ork'; and ~~ia

Co'mf/ortatblemat tresses,
p~illows, etc.. t,,) o with your
1KW furillUV.e. Ut (l can
1,11 thke iu'hcqe oadi~fJ froin.
.liIriston & Fin cit.


;t QUlNi14IOCH1[

~ AW-I;r:: '4
A V A LSTOR~b .
~:--. ~ e -' i ? 14 it. A17~ '~i'L

*~i'* ar ,t~,t S -~ l6.6C;r~t
Cr oi-



4

IL~a A GWI 1('i PI

\1 t wife had a 1eV .ISr'V

ciucrh. !Shp tri't 'e'-.( "ct

..rtlief. A 71---Ic o-,I atU1.~S
Couh va. Airiv-'t PmrisE.Faag22C1'Rue2GDre~w".~a


PERSONALITIES. FOR SALE
At a bargain, 76 acres (30 under
Lord 8alisbury has an antipathy fori fence and cultivation, the balance:
toh.'co smoke, and smoking ls strictly woodland), 4 of a mile north of Cor-
forbidden to guests in those apartments ; dova Park, with 4-room hou, barn
at IInafild House which are occupied and two stables. Price $6 W. For
further information, apply to W. R
by his lordship. Douzlass on place, or J. E. Dubuis-
Senator lale if .Maine cherishes son & Bro.. city. 13mlmi
aitn;ug l:is stick wh: U!.well. It came into Hri. Ilh.i hands DURHAM Cigars are
!iroighli hi.- f'at.:r,-. who wavs a friend the finest 5 cent smoke
". i., a r Try them at D'Alem-
('ircnv,-" i:', t S 'hr'r<. i of (';ip Town,-1
wh ,o h;.,s .r.-;vv-,il in En:.l.l:I, '. :- i, ;it- e" 0.
!;i:) ir;" refui ',. ,,ii tin ll IoI r' t!'e fain-
ill niiae .of I'r.>!riight. it rPon Itiar- inpr iT
LODGE DIRECTORY
r:n-. t,,oo; tlsat ,f his v"fl,, Olive
- rin. r ,I. lth. .'c 7l;:.
Th," *,itizon!i- *if Atlanta are much --
i 1,l at th, ,:.h-l.,ti,:i ,f ('harlh .A. KNIGHTS OF rY'ri AS.
I' o!P:,,:* ,i" t' it ,'ty :"l ; ,'o::i:i;+!s r.>n r '
f IA ia. ,, l ln Pensacola Lodge. No. 3. K. aof P.
S:: *. i .iv 'ln:1 w:l- Tpr-a':irnt of meetsevery Monday even.
:!.* .\:':::nta (a it in. in Hutchinson hall. West
At >*' l~ast nii ,n f tl>. Armer.i'an Intndende a street.
.%t !v. 1.1.4l t l,11 t ." )f The, ori,'an Visiting brethren cordialli
I tiita.i." :s .i ':::tI< ii t Villarl I:irt!ett welcomed.
if Irin,:.!yn. .t: t-r', of th. New York H. HOnSLAR. C. C
'*p."';! "* <.n rt. \\:,- 'l,','t el vice pr' ,l,';i t a'f thie i:-;ani z: t:i'on. sue <11diln
tlit. I:*" TI,,i'arn I:. i;:t.)ta. W.O.W.
Sr... IP.,; t.,. .n. <;iu..'lihtr of (x-Props- Live Oak Camp Wo. 1 Woodman ofthf
t '' t !ItI',w .otiIn-i.n. i< to '! .4 nt( l;nIt W orld.
:'i 1 l. to sn1r;' nil tIh ':iV 'ft the MeAth first and third Friday night in
h I T nt <'r.'.-ivr li.'. Ti nI.. Iandl e nach month. Visiting sove-regnes cordi-
allv invited. W.VW. WA'rbo.-,
4! t I4V!! t.t, I; : 11. v'l1 :>'.itllt:l v i tn t n<- It. tHA.M s, Clerk. C. C.
'.,' .' ,] ,,f the l,..1 ,..' '
*..:+ ,"..f .. n:hib,itIon :h. ~ of s;t WEEKLY !CHEDUL..
: ;,'',i \\:' thlir.;'f' rt smo::walit .ill FOR STEAM DIVISION
1.TTr:,.,,! \ti.:in. at a <-.,:!:r,' p;:rty in PENSACOLA EIECTRIC TERM1NAI
V\:il,!..t_..ti tih' i tltr nii-ht. lithe wn" RAILWAY COMPANY.
f ,:" the i :'::t priz. a ha il.,lu:ne bh t'r
t Trains leave Pensacola for the Little
':,l:1. Bayou, Palmetto Beach, Warrlngton, Navy
T!' .> it.it3t ,f I.111 ,rir WH'il :nii Yard and Fort Barranca. at
S:~ lit.t ort I ; r: \il..llllr6:10 a. m.arrive at Fort Barrancas 7:15a.m
v ,i i'l'f -,r II;;,
pa t in:t: 11il rely for exh ibition nt 1. 10 p.m.arrive at Fort Barrancas l:45pm
p.iiit!: \\ill l, <;'ly ",\l:0l),tion t :op. m. arriveat Fort Barrancas 4:15 p il
tl:h big I .'rlin ait ,.xpositiotn early this 6:15p. m. arriveat Fort Barrancas 7:10I m
,priiu. 'The ipose a* nd tri.atmnnt will :00 p. arrive at Fort Barrancas 8:46 pm
p Trains leave Fort Barranoa for Pensa-
1- eintirly. new, anil the eluperor has cola at
lift nil to the artist. 7:30.m.arriveat Penascola.._... 8:15a.n
11:00 p. m. arrive a4 PensacolSa........ 11:46 p. m
Senatr IIuo11r always speaks from 2:co p.m. arrive at Penmaola......... -2:4 p.m
rtote's which lhe ha made at first at odd 5:00 p m arrive at Pensacola ......... 7:45 p m
ot which ha made at first at odd : p. m. arrive Pensacola......... 7:45p.m
tianit:;104s on envelopes and all sorts of *8:4p.m.arrive st Pean ola....... 9:80p.m
sernp.i of paper. These he carefully Inltreffecaysoly.
sorts In thinking out the whole of his ec AT c et.a1B.
l)pee'C. but lils final delivery Is made SUNDAr SCUrDUDn.
fr, the original not. Leave Pentseola. Lv Fort Barranoas.
from the original note. sa.m. 10a.m.
Antonio dle Navarro. hustiand of 11 a.m. I! a.
Ip.m. Ap.m.
Mary .Anderson. is busy writing short I p.m 8 p.m.


stories for the magazines. In one of
the recent English periodicals he has
pil'llishlpl a little story called "*IAe's
ly'.v:ias." The s cnes of his stories are
generally laid In Ita:ly and on the Ri-
viera.
Thl!mi- ID. PIil. th ne'w lord tanyolr
af I u1'lin. is a patriot aof openly avow-
#,li Nationalist prini.dplas. lie has been
.-, very politil ail i 'do4iillating that he
is popiiul:r w!thi all classes of people, no)
t.aitte aof wlh:t poilti'al opinion. Be
:.r I1-inig cle'<'tel to) the high otlce of
exetitive of til' Ilrislh capital he was
t1i hai1lh sh',rift of Dublin.
.S Do':lii- leae of Kentucky wears
the l:a:iviest and h igggest gold specta-
ch's aof any iln tdl States senator. They
;;ae rt*lly Ipoil'erouts "is spectacles go.
Tli' l:ooe'dsl liars that run from the
ntp-t:ato:ars in the galleries as about a
oltiarl-Ir f ao n inch wide. and the bridge
aml fraine seem to be unusually broad
and tlick.
Eugene J. Hall, the poet :and pub-
li-lher, siav that one do -e oif Folov's
Honey anal Tar restored his volc'e
wlihI ihoprrseness threo:teited to pre-
v.-tt lhia lecture !0t central l Mutic
Hall. ('hicaro. Notlira z lve as
;.ad.-\V. A. D'Aleniberte.


convention (.all.
The.-ixtep-nh annual Tteetins fl f
the Woman's Christian Temperanct-
'iUnion of Florida, will he held it,
Oairineville, April 3rd. 4th ant .5th.
The first session will be at :; p. il..
of Tuesday the third.
Mi-s Belle Kearnev (,f Flora.
Miss., will give the convention ad-
(dres, adding interest t.o the occa-
sion. AI.It'E C. lBROWN.%
ARltA J. GLENN, Pie-ident.
R-cording Mec'y.
EMPL.OYMEiKNT OFFICE.
Ring u;p 32 or call at the offoe.
11 North Palafox street. when in
need of a carpenter. B. D. Hoffmat,
BRuinles4 Atveit of the Ca;rpenter'-"
And Joiners' Union, will furnish you
with the desired help on Lhort no-
tice. tn25tf

If you are ready/ to go to
house-keeping, let Marston
A Finish furnish !/our house
for you. They will save kou
moneyy. I 'our credit is good
with/i /them.

Five Thousand Rolls
if all l'a p, r itin -t, k. :,',1 of tlh l:-
t "-t p:'ttrrl-. at,(l d Ilor, c inih.'.
P': it-C frin ,rc s <$1.75 ;.r I oll, J. '.
Io-;; & 'Co., No. 11 N. l':ilati.x.
ih!ii -..""_2. 2'k-If tf

I HE HEINE ACADEMY OF MUSIC,
No. North! I .Lliifo' Stre'-:.
VIISS EVELENE M. HEINE. Principal.
MISS IDA PIAGGIO. Ass siant.



Best Patent Flour.
(Our B.! R]t1d I oya;/
PateLnt is the bcst /ITur thatl
lrnf be produc(Ied b tan//
mill.
Forget .lle ,Aot is one of
the best Breakfast Foods on
the market.
.11 made by The 0. E.
Standard .,Vill Co. and fur
sale by New Orleans Gro-
cery Co.
JA.S. M'H UGH,
Phone 105. Proprietor.


PROFESSIONAL OARDB.

Dr. M(areellu5 f reary,

Physician 2 n Sur a.
Re-idence. 21 West Orecory Street
Phone* 1.,2.
office >'Aleml'm rtre Hu;ldng1 1''1 South
Palalux street. Phone '71.

Du. Wx. C. DZWBERRY.

OFFIOE-Hauniah Bros.' Drug Store.

3ESIDENOE-400 E. Jacison Stree


Wm. H. farean, M. D.,

Hol00eoat1c Pf tsic andl SrOD,,
Late of 0-al&a. Fla..
Offers hbi professional servoe.s to the c!tt-
len, of PFeri.sacola.
Espoeial attention given *o the tretme'nfnt
of chronic l'ti-a' Ie I it i)'1 i'i 'St Wo n.-n and 'hildriti.
Thirtv Y't'ars Ye ractice iln thli Southl.
(olet. I1)ur,.:-- a-. In. to 1-2 in.. 2 to I pi. rm.
Reidence Phone No. ";/.-
_re)nti.iunt fliuildinta-Roo- m 3


Dr. Wilmer S. Hall,

DENTAL SURGEON,
Masonic Tsmpil. Phone 364.



HEINBR BUS. O C *9.




Palafox Street,

Pensacola, Florida.



Indigestion!

We challenge the world
to produce a remedy equal
to the Matchless Mineral


POLITICAL AiNOgICEIE JI3.

For Repreroensat ie.
I hereby announce my-if a* a candidate
for Repre*. ntnttve f 1 .-'anTih, f-county.
Florida, in ih" l-hfti.-aturtr. sub. ->t to Itie
democratic pilniarles.
C. VK, l,>.ir'.
For Repress ilative.
I hereby announce my-;'f a% a rand.dste
for Repreoenltativ-f ':stalulia County in
the Lexislature-. subject to the I'iiioctmitto
Prnmarle>.
J. EMMRT VOl.f.

For .herifr.
I h.reby announce myself a a a-and:idara
oi r ehernff of K-Ncambniha County. and re-
sp-cttully as'k the support of my friends
aid vot.'r of the county. If elected I will
dichrgie the duties of said oflce eftlcienity,
family and impartially.
W. H. HrTcIutI 1ow.
For Sheriff.
I hereby announce niys.lf as a candldate
for re-election to the office of sheriff of Ks-
cambia county. Florlda. and solicit thesuf-
frages and interest of all mny fritnde.
t(jKi3* iE. .-MITH.
Fpir Sheriff.
I hertbhy announce myself a candidate for
sheriff of Escambia county at the fen uIg
election. .. C'. VaANPKLT.
For Clerk of the Carenit Court.
1 hereby announce myself as a candidate
for re-election as clerk of the circuit court
of Escambia county at the ensuing election
and ask the support of the voters.
A. M. MCMILLA..
For Cirt-iai c'le, k
I iiinnoiun'e "inv candidacniy for CIlerk of tho
('ireuit 'Court (oif Ei;-.tnl)i t countyy. subject
to the lotion )of t hi- rnouti It'ePmniorallt
prinaliales. K. E. I,. IiAN IELL.
o ar Circuit CI-rk.
To the Voters of E.scIamiila i ounti :
I her-by announce .v-lflt ar canddate for
the office of clerk of I he circuit court of
EK'scanbla county and will be pleaded to)
have thie stippolrt of niv friend% and the
voters generally. .JoiiiN |F I. Kl "t .
For Tax Collector.
I hereby announce myself if a canldidat*t
for re-election as Tax t'Colector of EIcam-
bia county, and ask the .-ipl)ort of my
friends and voters generialv.
A. H. lI'ALVEIIKCTE.
Vimr Tax Collector.
The many friends ofJudge F. B. fonifay
having obtained hbl consent hereby an-
nounce bin as a candidate for Tax collector
of Escambia county at the etsuino elect ion.
MA.ST VOTBER
For Tax Assesor.
I hereby announce myself as a candidate
for Tax Ansessor of pscainbta county, et*a-
Ject t ttheaction of the Demoeratie prima-
rles. If elected I expect to meet the appro-
bation of the tax payers and will do my
duty In every detail as I did when I hbel
the office before.
Oio. RssaM.


Sp.m pM. Trt. f For Tax Assesor.
Sp. m 8 p.m. The candidacy of William W. Richards it
S p. m. p.m. T* hereby announced for re-t election as tax s-
difestion, Dyspepsia and, essor for E0cambia county. subjet to the
rARc FOR ozw K DAYS. aaton of thedemocratic primarne.
Penssoola to Fort Barrancas and return 46a' 774om of 4t&on,,, .,.,. 1r
Pensacola to Navy Yard and return...... 86oa, alfOrms Of SOtmCh, 050- For County Trea-u-er.
Pensaoola to Palmetto Beaoh and return l15c no a 'andodat. or
,A,..,~ U...3, el Troubles and Skin Dis- I announce myself as a candidate for
FARR oS rDAT 'el Troubles a7nd Skin Dis the oillic of C'ounty Treasurer. subject to
Sthe action of the demoeratlc primary, and
feasaoola to art Barranoea Navy eases. Guaranteed to Ctre ask the support of tmy friends.
I ard and retr n...........t... WILLIAM E. AN'Ix si .
Peassools So Palmetto Beach and
return 1-s or money refunded. Cost F or co.uny Treasurer.
No freight received after 8:15 p. m. hereby announce myself as a candidate
only 5 ents a day to use it. for renomination as treasurer of Encambli
county. suhjeet to decision at the eniiln4a
One dollar bottle last twen- democratic primary election. and respect-
tOen- fully solicitthbe support of the voter-s of thb
R county, pledging myselffor the future the
t dayds. s7amie faithful performance of duty that t
have endeavored to fulfill (luring my past
m7 For sale by all druggists; ten.urof toelice. J. w. FRATIX.
L"- --1-N-- I... a 6- M u ....


GENERAL INSURANCE
--LkND--

Real Estate Agents,
PENSACOLA. FLA.
REPRESENT TWENTY-TWO OF THY
LEADING FIRE, LIFE, MARINE,
ACCIDENT, FIDELITY, PLATE
iLAS4 AND STEAM BOILER IN'-
LURANCB COMPANIES. .......

C '1l AlenIs of t1e Euitablf

Life Aunrace Z0cietM of the

United States.
trE etR TWIDNTTWOiC OIDITTKI


also If. T. Green j- Co. 37
S. Palafox Street.
OR ADDRESS


W. Wi. WILKINSON,
Greenville. Ala.
Testimonlval From Judge Gaston.
UINKKNVII.LL. Ala.. AUK. 10. I'Wt9.
I take great pleasure in certifying to the
purity and the ineritof Wilklnson's Match-
I.s4 Mina.ral Wantar. This natural mineral
tonic, to my pera-iatal knowledge. Is taken
from a well three- miles tast of G(reenville.
in the exact condition in which it is sold. I
have seen this water used. with wonderful
success. for d.spepsla. Indigestion. sore
eyes and for eruptive diseases, sores and
ulcers on man and animals. Asa remedy
for these troubles. I do not believe its
equal exists. It is highly recommended by
physicians for a number of diseases.
ZSx.LL tASTOW.
- JUU~C01 rrona~e Lurt, Dl- r ..uuaty


H. A. ATER .. Alabama.

Butcher and Green Grocer.
PHONE 172
Fresh Tennessee and Native Meats, MtiIC ap seI
Chickens and Country Balmbs. of Coplbs
Produce Daily. cy tane .41 tlor
Shop, Rear f Johnson & Son's Store, uame diaeses wlthWot anyiaco,.
INTENDENCIA STREET. ieoak DTALltT


C"9TME3TENS EGLISH

!ENNYRIIYALPIL
# ArE ~~ab.L~didemask retprai
lifHNSTER's YN4(LIll
ia Et) nt Gold m siict-.ze. .-&.-t
,--m ra.T a ~ e .a* ether. itt..
ft lbuageemu fs ~ bo ftituIme mad Imulta-
aN.., Pavtia~uiar..Teoclowials
veRlei te winL.adla.. t oee. a "..
1 1"Mrs m ail. 10 .4" 0e T-.. ta m l- s -.11 '67
*%mov.he 2111,L4hm..e ..


Acme Beer.


THE B;ET HEER SOLID) IN
PENSAC'OLA.

Dannheisser Bros.,

AGENTS.

A's0 Sel by Prry ad i YIes.

The Jug Trade

Is Our Specialty.--+
Prompt Delivery and Matisfaction


G


-or Jus ic t boef b oraere.
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 palmartes.
DOTXI1n Jo.Ns.
For Juaice of the Peace.
At the suggestion of numerous fri-nde. I
hereby announce my carnddacy tor JustLke
of the Peace of second district. subject. to
the action of the nominating primaries.
JAxNM B. LANDUtM.
For schooll iupertn'endlent.
I am a candidate for county wuperloten-
d-ntt of public Instruction. subject to the9
deincluratic primaries. I re pectfully 9w-
licit the suffrage of the Escamnbla county
voter for the above-named po-tioon.
JAnR3 M.. TATK.
F'or acho I SHM perntenlent.
To the Voters of Escamhbla iCounty:
I hereby announce myself acandida:e fot
H4uperintendentof Public Instruction foe
Escambia county and ask the suppLjrtofnmy
friends and voters generally.
C. J. BILL.
For Superlntendent -f Public lan
at ruction.
To the Voters of Escambla County: I
hbereby announce myself a candidate for re-
election to the office of county siaperinten-
dent of public instruction and will b#
pleased to have the support of my friend
and voters generally at the coming demo-
oratic primary election. N.It.Coon.
For Member school Roard.
By the request of friends I hereby an-
nounce my candidacy for member of 9%-
cambia County Mebool Board for Northern
iThird) di-trict. QubtJect to the action of
the democratic primary.
A. C. BizwTrow. JR.
F'ar 3eml-lmer t chi l llardl.
Yielding to thb urgent requle*t of friend,.
I have decided to asain become a candidates
for member of the s<-hooil board of le~samNi
county. *uhject to toe action of the demo-
cratic primaries. E. .wAanM.
For lMem-lhr etulaml lHiard.
The friends, of Mtx. J. It. MTaWA a: oof Wal-
nutt Hill. haviii s-tiralrt b hi- content,
hereby munounce hs ctndlidacy for memi-
l-er of the Estcnibia ountv -chool iHoard
for thil- northern diRtrict. .uhjert to the ac-
tion of the democratic prima ies.


McMillan Bros. Co.


f aS\ Coppersmiths,

General Metal Workers.

M uf.nf-trers cf ada Heidquartfrs for th


Celebrated McMillan Seamless Turpentine Still.

Cual s tet m Otfit ian u a d rpAi roft km b the cMYj.

MOBILE, ALA.



H. H. ICKE,


uranteed. ., Gd Steam tte
Dannheisser Bros., PlambeY, Gas and Steam Fitter,


401 south Palafox st..
Phone No. 116. P. 0. Box 281.
Railroad Exchange, Phone 261.


No. 5 South Palsaox Sltreet.
All Kinds o. Plumbing and Gas Fittings Materials Kept :c Hand
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 1900.
^-------------------------------- -- ---- i i ^ ~ i ----------------------------------------1 I* ^ ^ 11.1 i r ^


THE DAILY j Iw : .'the second district, does not appear'
to have any place in the matter of
Bater"( at the Post Offlee at Pensacola. filling other state offices. Incum-
Sas clants who have been often-however


OruaCi: Pitt Kuildinit. ?ll" S
Im stroit. up-btairts.
PI'BLLSIISI'BY
THE JELWS PUBLISHING

Termi-lftvSI'dflby in Ad
0.. Yea by Mail.
Three Months
Ogo Week. by Carra.-r. poyabie NI

fEWACKK LY IN
Published every Friday at 11.4
Postage free.
TELEPHONES NO:Ila

Mep~isrvixygSoft sFornished on ,4








- Biimms ava~wm sand
exam isft a" bd w t eadatemo
qs~me ininarGU LADVI

'USAOOL&. lARCH. 2-

pBEM3WCT 1)3I.FGA1
The ways lwemocratic Club of
be* endo-owd th.e following ticko
egstes froM the City precincts to
aecrsts County Cosnvention to
Fow.Atofl. April 14 and ask till
given a he-arty support by the r(
Precinct I!-'. H. (.irgl". DI
b". Win. MaiZEAI, 1.J.- 1. AIXWei
wrightoua.
Prowauct 13-W. A. HlouretTbom
jobs t'brz'.: i. J. .5 (ee.Vo.a
Domuan.

jsare..
I-r.cine, 17--E. H. Putriam. J,
Wm. e-une.t :*. J. E, Abt~rCromliL'
1'uhambr.


looth Pala- wisely or meritoriously-made their
own successors. serenely reappear
upon the political field every four
KG 00. years asking-actually a. democratic people of the state, like
Ivance. Oliver Twist. for "More!" Contrast
:, i their attitude with that of Congress-
I. ,, man Davis.
londay It, BuT for the large-and, apparently
JKW j: increasing-numbers of alleged dem-
ocrats whose personal and private
o per year interests lead them to fall down and
worship the protective tariff fetich,
L the cardinal democratic doctrine of
p n.tariff reform might have been crys-
pplication.tallized into practice. Never before
have the people of the country been
broaughteo directly face to face with
Sthe iniquities of protection; never
hive its advocates been so bold and
unblushing in its service. Shall
high tariff democrats, in sympathy
t with republican tariff robbers, dom-
otber: may Inate the democratic party and lead
i 0Uegisw it to destruction?

9. 1900. Dr.BaUl's Cough Syrup neverdisappoi nts
those who use it for otrtinate cougns.col and irritations of the throat and lungs.. It
rIF8 stands unrivaled as a remedy for throat
and lungdiseasei. Bold by all druggists for
f Pensacola .' ctb.
L t for del- --
o the IDum-
te hIld at hTATE FARMERS' INSTITUTE.
)at they be
others: To be Held at the Florida Ageicul-
)avid Lthpe-
I, adT. F. ural college Thresday and fr ritday.
..... April 4.. sand 1 000.


32,. Hannahe.
and W. T.
1. Johns'on.
r and J. E.
1,eIn W-e@t.
eand cW -A.


THE time may yet come when the
perennial aspirant for re-election to
a state office will have indelibly
stamped upon his little boom the
label: amt a democrat-for the
revenue there is in it. and not for
the public welfare
CONTRAST the cowardly vacilla-
tion of President McKinley on the
Porto Rico tariff issue with the firm.
undaunted and consistent attitude
of President Cleveland, when he
wrote. as below, concerning his veto
of a tariff bill that had been tinkered
out of all resemblance to a democratic
meas-ure by alleged democrats whose
personal greed led them astray, and
whose chagrin at not being able tL
use and control Cleveland led them
into a revolt ending in party defeat:
I take my pace with the rank and file of
Jt.nwr.ocrattc party, who believe in tariff
reform. andl wh. know what it is: who r.-
fuse to accept theb result emltodwl In thi"
bUll *a the close ot the war; who are not
bflned to the fact that the livery of demo-
cratic reform bas teen stolen and worn in
the serrfce f a republican protection, and
wbo have tharked the places where the
deadly blight of treason has blasted the
counsels of the brme In their hour of
might. The truts anti comtiinations, the
ctsmuunim of pelf. whose mnac.hinations
have prevented us from reaching the suc-
ress wedeserve d. -ou.d u:ot itt- forgotten
Lor forgiven.

HERE are !oinie current democratic
opinionS of thle Nebraska platform
a- a mode-l f)r t!.u' Kansas City con-
vention to adopt:
aenato>r MHai u ,, lX irgimia is ,juoted l-y
the New ,,rk li:ald iand Baltimoire Lun a'
ayilug that tie dottiiiora', of Virginta ca'i-
j.'Dt gu y v;l, ::ot t laud vea tie .Nebrna.ska
1ilatforilm.
@ '4 'natut :,:.- ..-. t ,,- ,1 ,: ;Ie- -.i -
ing that hi ..:ld n(,t s.uppoit t t't. ihtforein
adopted t\v toi. N -tri-hkLa I.tetecrat'y, and
d4.'- not c-icn e'\- titit l' wo';:lt I-, ac- -ptat)ie
tt. tie, natc<'enh. dei.-a .'.c+ "* I'l- ipo *n .tl'.
feature-.'" -n.. I h'. 1 -a .* oi .,n t'lollotI t lto al;
-viUthl*'rt dt'iii rctrHtt s li ? lh tv e lad tit cot;-
tead with the;- pnopuil]it pat ini the South.u"
senator H u<',J: i. .e('orzeia i-s I,uoted as
iba ing said that: '. i'.t' iatic party de.--s
not take L.- :dly ti 1 e p!. ss p in **'it:Itit-
lve and r' tri- ntit. t1." l.'*a'iu-.' (i its cui-'e
as < en'i :: \ !i t!1 popiluist party.
t-naitor l,,tid-' <, K. : 'ky I- rioted a'
tba\inlg t a., eat h :- it.;: -ur)pr-,d at tL.
t ,-. tt of l,.- N -':. -m ..; i t';ti t;i. -, ur." a, il
i e. .*N e'trc.--,5 t -i :l a -' 1 .,;.. i tily' c, _-
B1l 11! !1o : I t 'nt l t i | l ,: t." oJ i ,- It 1
lo t-lit. t" I \l.v. \ r --, > !:' t,-
m ttcld 1 1til'- t !; 1 : : t.' -l.'!i 1! ::1- i
c i tno "ri .'- ;>-:. f t'f i ,I ''.. ,7 i,
1 a e- rstli '*:i !'* i .-! t ; N Ol! at k;a
t eilu s'r/'.r .' .* H. ,* "s ..,. \' '.*,' ek~i ; ,,.'.i-

Eve-n i'.i t,. I i .. 1 > ',
t-y tiat te:- N ..f-h. i pi t ':.'n w i
to -UlL the .\1..ei'.',- of th.( I'ct' l .; N .-
bra-ka. >:'1 a n,; ,,t, ; d,'l ;o ,.. !,;;;d.t.
tut th- ; i- a: s t '!. ::;i;.. '' c t.;cil t ; _'..


A ler mIi," l:tianepl'.
WVhen inv ite-( pre-- ent in :1 ji:.t
debate wi': is e oQpon..-!t. hi-
S"claini-" ', a t.-ie in Itti.t: iti,,On. (.'o -
greensai.in obert W. lI)avI- of t e
second Fluorida di-tirict rswopoindild :
I say to yoe %.: \* e n ikl.,y that 1 atke :.
claim A a il :I it ai e- ani ais r;::ei itf
r:gbt. 1 tl:l\ e''t .I '., III piliuliA I.. l,," i,
enO ugh %t it e 1 n '11 Z. h ti %.. nI%- .
e-nlitld Is l ri>- Th '- ::t- it u I ''tl. l '
:s in tbhe p-o'p)., unt ,i ttwy o nfer :t u n
*omec t:z.'t Wl n tih. t,-rin uof that oili'"
xzpre" It I( l."* back t I the peq):' .
It CDntiot he in tll-t heart of any
loyal and con-istetnt democrat to.
withhold enthusiastic admiration
for the ser.timent, or for the man
who uttered it. This being, true.
what should be the popular concep-
tion of the sense of modesty and of
"the eternal fitness of things" pod-
s eed by aspirants who perennially
clamor for repeated re-election to
places to which they have been
cbhoen. on the ground, simply, that
they have performed their official
dates as well as they knew how to
doeo?


IORTICU'LT'RAL DAY. AP IL 4.
l>a. m.-l)r. H. F. Stockbridge. AL'ricul-
tnral tol.le', The Farmier" Instiltute-
What and Wh.?
tie,. L.Taber, President State Horticul-
tural societyy jilen t. MaSry. L-,a.--Trs,
rliititg.
1'. K.t odbey. Waldo, Fla.-Peach Grow-
ing.
Prof. H. A Gossard. Agricultural College
-Recent Development-- in Economic En;o-
inoulgy.
2 p.m.-S. H.Gaitskill. Mclntosh. Fla--
Truck throwing for Northern Market .
J. F. Mitchell. Experiment Station-Ce:-
cry growingg
H.G. Fletcher, .taiAesville, Fla--jtraw-
berry t.rowing.
J. 0. Trobridge, Hampton. Fla-A Pr.ze
strawberry Lrop.
7:4k p. m.--. Power. Agricultural Ed,tor
Time--i' non anid Citzen, Jack'ow\ ill,.
Fla.-The Berry Crop.
Prof. H. H. Humne. Agricultural Co!let'---
Dibeases of titrus Fruits.
C. K. Mrcuarrie. $evrtetary 'We-t F orlda
Agricultural society Dt-Funlak Springs.
Fia.--t anteloupe Uirowing for Market.
GENERAL FARM DAY, AI'r.ILr,.
lea. ni.-C. E. Mathis. Lake Ci: Fla.-
The Watermelon Crop.
(', pt. R E. Rose. Pre-.dent Slate Agr'cul-
turat society Klsblntluer, F Ha.-Sugar Pro-
duction In Florida.
W. E. Embry. Dade City. Fla.-!':.Sf'nt
Outlook for the Tobacco kt'-up
2 p n.-Ma.; 4,. P. Healy. Jaffr y. vYa.--
Waste on the Farm.
Dr. H. Stockbrldge. AgiK-ultural College
--C'asava Gruw:"i.
Benj. N. Bradt. i-urtington, F:a.--Nat-
ural Prottction Agains.t Cold.
7::5 p.m --A J. Mitchell, iriitctor Uai.;(d
-t. > Weather service' for FIoi'a '.a:k-
, soi:v,.li-. Fla.--About the Weather.
LIV"K STOCK iA'), APFIL *.
:i A m.--apt. W. I. \Vaon. Tallaia,,e. .
Fla --m.)ryinci :n Florida.
Mai) ui. kieti.y. Jtfrey. Fla.--T::- Cu.--
iK 4)f MoN.%
i'rof i. K. MlIer. Agricetitura' C('.!egP--
By l'roducts and the Faarm.
'2p mi.--lr. H. E. Stocabridce. Agr cul-
tu'al 'oIllego--Ecouniy In Ffe-dvd:.g.
IIr. C A. t'aiy. Professor Veterinry% Med-
eii.e. Alabamna Agricultural t ea.-'s of tSoutliern i'attle.
All enhj-ct,. Pembraced 'it thin the progratl
will be tpei for gtnrer'l d l-t'l,.-h n 11 W li cl
all pt'tie-% itn itttlt idain>t', I-. r,\.!.t take part. .Mi'- -uh.;:"e di-u''i--eti v6ll tJ
eli uatrat-I tiv crop- tand otin-r hrti-ile- per-
taining thi reto. A questolle i ltn \ h iil lie
p oe d., i in hi.hlel a l arte ictl\.-etd to plHiti
written i, te lTioln- 4 practia al ilipoir'.-:
w i 't e w ll li. :ti-a s -red- ty pt I 't
'o.ti pete':- t to furiin 'li t liie ;! )rj 'liiii' to i.
-I e-tld.
All rai'r,':,l, in th.' tat,- w ill -*]i' rcunj
trip tickl -t, Ir lmn-e f ill far-. v'y oteto f t!,e
Board of t'rruii.-.- eit t he Floriilt A c'itrul
t ural t'olve e.. ach rot tiiit y ii tIh e ;;t'*- -
e til-'d tto n- instlt iite a t l::!!'y. o-n-p -
vi ion of whli el i nind- i part of t ;*,i -
ular work oif t lie' I-partiiviet (o .\gricu.'l-
:jrft' 0t? College.
H E ..<-, KI:s;: I *: I..
It ir- vrl'-y haiti to -titt d idly Iy a:.( d
e.. iur dear ot( utff-.r while await-
tilt the arrival of the' doctor. At:
Alhany N. Y. dairyman called at a
(drtig store there for a doctor to c.-ne
anld see hi- child, then very s'ck
with croup. Not finding the- doct :r
ill. he left word for him to come at
oi('te i on hi; return. He also bought
a bottei f Chlianiberlain'i Cough
Remutdy. wb:icl hie hoped wuld ive
some relief until the dc-tor -;hould
:trriv v. In a few hour iil rt tnt:ned,
styilltn the doctor need inlt COII '. a-
the child wa n.cll i l-ttnei. Tit.-
drtlizgi-t. M r. ()tti Schl i;;:. Say-!" e(-,
fa;ti'ly hl, -si:,1> re'. ii w.1-ndfe--
('liC.;iilt rltini s ('ougit Ren t-,i'.' to
the-ir neiigl.lc.,r-m and fr'i-nd- untiil i:;-
1ha a c. lls*..li t (d l 'ii llri fror it fromn
,h l it '" i" of the 'o)'lnitt v. l"olr -ale'
1>V 'i :t :i ,. l re .. 21 ,,;t:,; P'.,l.t ,ox
-tir- t.




I ;.;- 1i; ,!.: ('r in N .tf. -. .* :: .tif-
tel ,laii;-r dainty. A-k y\-'itr d'-a.e:


IF'unrral ,fl Mrs. I.aL, g -y
The. funt.r i l ,f M rs. B r:'i:t I :, a -
l-,% too'k plae f'-' from St. Min'i.il'sl
clh irch ye-terdaly alteini. on and was
tttind-dl b"y :' larg,- concu rQrse ,*f suir-
ron imn fri.nd-. Thli. nIral tribute'
we're titnuiitl'rou-z and beatiifutl. The
nall-b-tare-rs were A. A. lFi-her, .1. C.
Witl-.i. 1'. J. McK.Oe rt nig. C. li.z-
.i;ii-. It," :. VY nd iid 1' \\' :, y.
ll-l:ti\..-- folr other Citiis \vlw o
Cdin I"-I !It'-r tit atte-nd tl- f1n:1+ral
we' VWin. Lianigly of Bru n-wick.
Mr-. Sopnia Wellhou-e of Atlanta.
Mis- J.tnnip Morrill. Mrs Amne-lia
L3 tton, and Jas. A. Lyons of Mobile.
Hannah Bros'. aret agents for De-
Wees' Cough Cure. DIarn hea R.in-
edy and Witch Hazel Salve. They
guarantee all three of these prepara-
tions and will cheerfully refund the
money to any one who u-es them
without being benefited. Price 25
cents each.

N .
No *rmpe, Pain
Or discomfort, no irritation of the in-
testines-but gentle, prompt, thorough
healthful cleansing, when you take
ABM. .6 B, AM A


Cures those eruptions, boils and pimples which are so likely to appear in the
Spring; cures scrofulous diseases in their most tenacious forms; cures salt rheum or
eczema with its dreadful itching and burning; cures all stomach troubles due to
generally weak condition and nimpure blood; cures debility, sick headache and
"that tired feeling," which just as surely indicate that the blood is lacking in
vitality and the elements of health. Hood's Sarsaparilla

I"ea__^n4'


WIRE ENCINS
For the next: ;;& d:ivy
kings will order r:.
fencing at such low -
surprise everybody. \
any kind. from 2 ;f.. t
or you can get tt,- h.- t
iron fencing of .ll k
you desire fenfcin, ,-f
leave your order :it \
Son's for n- ii I \
money and ge: tir-t
teed work. A. J .,

i Cleaning ladi-- --.
is one of our p :e 1,A1.
dry.


THE MAYOR CLUB. ELKS BLECT OFFICER?
A Laige and Ernest Meeting Held at Annual Meeting of the Local Lodge
the Armory Last Night. Held Last Night. 1 .
The meeting of the Mays Demo- The annual meeting of Pensaco'a
cratic club, which was to have been Lodge No. 497. Benevolent Order of
held in the room of the water front Protective Elks, was held at their
commission last night, was to elegant club rooms last night and a 9
largely attended that it necessitated officers for the current year were
moving up stairs to the armory. Be- elected as follows: 0o .AL.3D o
fore going up stairs, however, the Exalted Ruler-W. H. Northup.
secretaryy opened the membership Esteemed Leading Knight-W'. A. GentS F lDishing Goods Department.
book and several representative Allen.
democrats, who had not previously Esteemed Loyal Knight-Fannin
done so, signed the roll. Chipley.
Owing tn the illness of Chairman Lecturing Knight-R. E. L. Dan- SPECIAL-66 Pairs Ladies' Oxford Ties, sizes I to 3,,, w-:
Putnam Hon. T. E. Welles was iel. $2.25 to $3.00.........................................
called to the chair. Secretary-Max J. Heinberg.
The chairmen of precinct commit- Treasurer-Max L. Bear. 60 Pairs Ladies' Button Shoes. sizes 1 to 6................
tees reported that sub-committees" Tiler-Ed. Goldstuker.
had been appointed and that the Trustee-George E. Smith. "" r arr Fino Kid Shos ,,orth.f,'oms '. ',
work was progressing favorably. These officers were installed by Elegant Lint- of Misses' and Children's Strap Slippet an,
They were granted further time in Past Exalted Ruler B. C. Tunison. Celebrated MerriamMake. Black. Tan, Red and F'uli 'V:&
which to make full reports. acting for District Deputy W. W. p to Date tle.
The chair called on a number of Carter, who was unable to attend. p toate Styles.
members for expressions and en- Exalted Ruler Northup appointed Ladies' House Slippers at................. .uc, 7.:w. $1. t n, .
couraging reports of the outlook in John E. Stillman as E-quire; M. 1L.
their respective precincts were made Roch as inner guard; J. Marion WSEE OUR SHOW WINDOW FOR MEN'S SHO()- l
by Messrs. David Sheehan. Win. Ci lutter as organist and George P To Arrive Next Week, New Line Boys' and Youth'
Bazzell, J. Ed. O'Brien. A.C. Blount, Wentworth as chaplain. To Arrive Next Week, New Line Boys' and Youth's Sho-
John A. Merritt, C. C. Nicholken. ('. Past Exalted Ruler B. C. Tunison Burley Stevens' Make, Nobby. Up to Date, Dnuril)i.
M. Coston., L. E. Brooks, H. H. was selected as representative to the
Thornton, W. t. (Goodman. D. W. grand lodre. which will meet this Biggest and Best Selected Line of Men's and
Reilly. Ed. Senior, Mr., Thos. F.1 year at Atlantic City, N. J.
Wrighton. Win. Sennett, Pope The lodge now has a membership Boys "Shirts in the City.
Reese, Henry Bellinger and W. M. of (.: and as handsome club rooms as .
Ball. can be found anywhere in the t~outh.! We are now in a Position to Offer the, l'nhlic Great \i -
Hon. J. Ed. O'Brien said that the The closing number on the pro- Youth,' anId Boys' Clothing, having. in Stock Ov, r., I
wind was fair, the sea smooth and gram was a banquet, to which the Suits to Select from.
everybody working with enthusi- members did full justice. Men's Pants in Endless Variety from.................. :,.

Judge A. C. Blount said the club Don't forget Starrett at Clutter's Our Line of Neckwear Compri-. E Fvery Style Known t.
should certainly be congratulated. hall Friday Marcn 3rd.
for its membership was made up of -SS, Coon & CO. CollarM an" i)I ill'.
as representative a set of citizens as tten Falk's opening' to- ______
were ever gathered together in one ten d to-
cause in Pens-acola. and that each morrow, Thursdayand Fri- .
member showed a determination to a \
land Dannette H. Mays in the gn- 11 1( 1 iont & S
Thos. F. Wrighton said the object ,
of the club should certainly be ac- ---
complished, for Line-tenths of the
working democrats of the city were Buggies! Buggies Buggies!
enrolled as members.f Motto: Absolute Purity.
H. Clayton Rogers, reporter of the lAotto: A*u Pureit
Pensacola Press, said that he was a A Popular Entertainment!
new comer and not entitled to a vote, _I
but he would like to have a voice for'
D. H. Mays, for he clearly saw that A I SOLID CAR LOAD. Stylish Stick Seats!
the best and most representative cit-
lzens of E-cambia county favored; u Ir Pretty PhaMetos.
oesamdahna e-NLO D IPretty Phaetons.
hi; candidacy.
On motion of C. M. Coston Mr. ,A LOAD R Illrrie; Sd Carts, pen .
Rogers was madean honorary mee-_. 0 UCr ilm, al llotCrap
ber of the club. it C fUie, rrieiian & Co's BI Ratet
Thos. F. Wrighton said that sev- Any and Every Style!I Top Buggies.
eral voters had approached him and Store.
seemed to think that the club -hould
endorse some country candidate for We bee to inform our lady patron BEST MAKES, LATEST STYLES.
the legislature; that he had told and all the ladies of Pensacola that M E AT S LE.
them that the club was not endors- we have transferred our millinery
ing any candidate for county oetles; department down stairs in the rear First Come, First Served; They Won't Last Long.
that it was organized for the sole of the dry goods department.
purpo-e of working to ..ecure d-le- Our Grand Millinery Oppning, \Y-' WVe will Allow You Sonmething for that Ol HIIzzy .
gates to the state convention who with unequalled variety in style and Ain't but Fifty Ctnt.
would vote for D). H. Mayvs for gov- qu:,lity. will take place THURS-.
ernor. aud lie thought it would be I)AY. IRID)Y and SATRI)DAY.
well t.o impress this fact up- i th! l M.arch vt. 3, ani.n : l. ou are cor- l
public cniidn. d illy invited to attend.
'-Ccrv'tary Ward requt -ted t! rep- Co i l Nt FR tEi>MA N jo.% & C. Ii.
reseiitatives of the pr~s t-itat that -.. -
the ciub wa. not organized in tlhe -
intere-t of any candidate or .-ft of
candidates for Countv 01 '. th- .it JUST OPENED
W.O. at Mays club p',r* .ii'! -inple. JUST OPENED.
Ju.,1-e A. C. Blount ;u. st hd t-at
it might be well to stete that all the
candidates forcomnty at, nouincpd da bef,)re thi-z l(- I war', Co ,.,Photographic Artist,
iorined and that it hId nt o iv 4 t 4 outh P'aafox St.
lo with bringing th :n *e it r en-
Jlnrs, them. a, a-.t i.. r.e John O'Conor a r

Journ:.!. wanted to knew. in t 1- ca- T' IMozt Attractiv- in the uF:ntire ('ity. Regular M;iall S.:
parity f a reporter, if thel club t'- .-)--GRA.ND--' :.aul Short Ordr- Serv(.i at all :n'ir-. Special WVekly 1:,
padl:attd all otith r c.ind.id .t i- t- xcpt
" "hg11:a Wfl.s t:kt d tht t fiy i A. E. BAKER & CO., Proprietors,
club IreTtpuiited it t:tt 14 EAST GOVME T TR T.
organi.e-dl withtht -I Ae ,'lj,.(.t I atn 14 EAST GOV T MIWENT STRIV T.
vworkinr for I). H. M;iay f.,r -everi- -
ncr alln i had nothing to c!, with tlhe

Ottnii:titoin fr c. u:'y.. 1: I t walU LENTEN SPECIALTIES
rdertl that those ne-w -p i;., i.'- MARCH 28th AND 29th,
p ,ter. who had any du't o ,n ti i, *!. T
itt-'"ti.i> c(',ulld a'.ce ittlni from \::* .
--rt1iry lliie object "l. tii cle 'g -
l .. meeting then ,adjo'irnied u i; i! '

',.,,eit~c: ('.>:initte,. w iii m -et rind
:.,iV.'- r'e.. 'rt= IroI: tn:t -lib coni- o .II_-. .


TO CitURE A COLD) IN 0NFE DAY
r g f-t rtur t h nrn-mt'- if it ftail..t"
U.. L V' ~ ro'.-t'3si..nat U i r n tach

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

Frid~ay.


110P TAIN'


MINT TONIC
Ev(-rybody needs a tonic these
lazy spring days to drive away that
tired feeling. Mountain Mint Tonic
does this. It invigorates and puri-
fies the blood. It cures the worst
cases of indigestion. It cures per-
manently all stomach troubles. It
makes the sick well; the weak
strong; and it rives one who is all
ran down a new lease on life and a
healthy appetite. Mountain Mint
Tonic has been tried by hundreds of
people in Pensacola. everyone of
whom heartily recommends it as the
best tonic they ever used. It does
more than we claim for it. One dol-
lar per bottle, six bottles for five dol-
lar. Tr it. Tt ia made in Pen.a-


I-IIroLAND IlsI!.


$AMII N f all


CRA


AND


SPRING OPENING
-Or -

1MTLTlTNERY
-A I -

BOWERS & KRUSE'S
Wednesday, March 28th,
and 'continuing all
the week
mr at ftr Primslt spe*.

You are Cordially Invited
''; to Attend.


MISS R. NEWELL,

DRESSMAKER,


MITI'FRED 1H1ffRO-N;i. AN( 114VIEs 1',


('LAN (CHOWD)ER.


4(PA V. -S V FA Nf !I%-


!"BUY THE BEST.'

-IT'S ECONOMY^



Our REFRIGERATORS are Guarant--d to Keep I
and take a lower temperature than any other on the market.
They have an Absolute DRY AIR PROVISION CHA. V !
Warranted Absolutely Odorless.


-',\Our Ice Cream Freezers!'
WARRANTED TO FREEZE IN 3'.. MINI

AWIPrices no Higher than for Inferior make.. Corn
plain them to you.

R *4 I


CANNED Tl NN',- FISH.









THE DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA, PL.LIDA, THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 1900.


I


*. a ertiseenit f o. A. Grand Outside Sentinel-G. R.
:-r-ti. d-aler iu bicycle aid io-ni- dPirce.
A. r.-pairtt. alppar- in thi-. i?-ue. Grand Repreonitativ.--C. D. Rein-
i.' Iu;iratite-" Teir-t clas.s work. f hert.
J H Lyois anid Win. R owell of Thie Pi-n-acolai delegat,- r-tiurned
till. '. E'. \W alk- mand E. P.Jophl- hl!io- la-t nilht.


- i, of I,.ui-vill*-. anid O. A. Sloan (of
M..iirlt. 11 are- regi-terdil at the fE- lt*.ino-m her you do not have to ro
,lii .l 'to New V ., i, ii,. -evniijn;r while south it
"l',*.-i 'k "i r i'. C ipn i li, ei-La(dan f.,r ben-fit of Ladies,
4 lra I. (Grimni-. l'ditli L. Coule- Aid ,ei.-tvy f Pres-byterian church
.:, Il,.siel are-.n from the sn apper ,efore h l tilagement opens there.
' .ti a it!i an z:r.,.:ite catch "f Jtu-t t:nik H inyi cent- .March :; .
I'k 0I-r..5M
S!)iavi4l 'i l'inaku-y of London, Ken-
th 1. PuIlknev of Sunderland and
.N. C. lfuling of Rotterdam. art
."ii'ion to-day'- gue-ts at the Hot-el
SJ. M. C d the arra Isi Peppermiint VWafer aid di-
i J. M. ('os, ail tlhel Barranciasi etion. AsL your dealer for them.
,-. ball tfaRli, will play a alin
\t riunday at Barraica-. The
. ,e will be called onil the arrival of
:; clock dumtnny .
Only fivt. cae-s were tried in MaH- 0om e9 Ceres
Hiilli.rd' court this morning. .11
.- of which the defti.id-nt wa. di--
.,riared. anid -, ill fnes were a- Capital of the Four Gres
-. --ed against the others.I


I (Chapman. N. ('.. C. F. Flow-
* -. t,.gi-ter. Fla.. J. !L. Smathers of,
\ -:evllae. I). (0. Lake and C. E. Mc-
S..lanid of New Orleans, are among
latest arrivals at the Merchant-.
Ir. ,All on 44f eorgiana. Ala.,
*:**-d here yesterday mfternoou on
i-it to htii son. Dr. Rinaldo All-
whi i- engaged in businies'
He eturtntd home at 12:45 to-


Ai:"iug: tile Chautauuuan- who ar-
.1 iat th!t- E'icalbia yesterday
Rt1i:M r- Mr F. lstaytoln 1liom1u-
S.iIl wif. I C ,i( icIh'iili d. \'V>.. ii d
-- ,i',;-i. }litiihllllt n of o if'nnl;-


, ,i ,- of '!ri-t C(liurch tuiid
J al i e t-Iil,'rtatini l-ii t-I Ihl
w!- ti t ne ?-nti,.- at t!ihe o-ra;
. 1. 1\ i l .I. t Ir t l,. tb -i .-fit ti thit,
* I'.a ticuiil.ir- w ill i., t'ub-


*A. A. I'," ft#- and wife .41! Fish'o
W k A Gilli. 1 on rof.


h..ir I41f public ?safety Inrlet i:
---l fI sterdat's-al N:4*11e 'tl'c
t I's '- i..; t i t.t ci reunti-
*V h. ~t n 41o1 t' *1 dw.
1 S. H well o-II We-t Crev-

41T -d.tr t it ',-tet~' ilr~:

*I runIt" I -I.0 ay a.'


THE


Bank of England, .
Bank of France,


Imperial Bank of Germany,


GEO. A. PETERSON,
Dealer In
Bicycles and Bicyele Sundries.
Agent for Rambler. Cleveland and Racycle
Bicycles. Isix Years experience in Re-
pHiring of Hicycles. Cash Regliters.
Typewriters.Guns. Etc. Keys made to
ftt mily lock. Etc.


12 West Romai





at IBanks of the World.
. $8E


. .


. a


Bank of Russia, . .


Total, $176,822,855

FUIlDS ELI IT TIE MUTUAL LIFE IUIIANCE COMPAl l T
FIl TIE PAYMENT OF ITS POLICIES, DECEMBER, 31.11993, i ,


Or 5125,021,682 more than the combined
,capital of these famous banks.


T II,-I' -* I, f .rtI I f ; *. j\ I f dI'- I I I I :I I i ft I IIR.;I IirttI 011 a :LI Iv ef
N !- ''k. lI ZI(- ,i:.' A NI Il 'rc- i 14- I I I pr,' i


Fr-I IIai' L lI E ILt II ( )A NS P') TI I E. KI N SI 'RFI.


CECIL WILLCOX, General
JA. KSONVILLE, FLA.


W. G. CHIPLEY, AGENT,
PENSACOLA. FLA.


FORIBE


ECZEMA
AMi Every Form of Torturing
Disfiguring Skin and Scalp
Humors Cured by


THE PEOPLE'S STORE,


A.


Schwartz,


GRAND LODGE L O. O P. WORKIUMOMn- CLiB.
M RCAb EWS OTES O cer for h- Carrent Year Elected They Held a Cocial Se lon,. With R-
at Tallahasee. j freshmentl. Last Night
I The forty-fifth annual session of The Workingmen's Democratic,
,, ... "r -f rea.ia s ," "? the grand lodge. Independent Ord r club held a social session in the Sod-
s ,.r' rd, t m' of odd Fellows, was held at Talla- erlind building on West GoverL-
ft, ... 1...,," hassee this week and officers for the ment street last night, which was
&IIH i ouf Annapo.i Md.. ,current year were elected as follows: largely attended and thoroughly eu-
S .bis. |Grand Master-J. T. Burtch of joy.
.. r i.. Tampa. I klel:6,t fish chowder in abund-
.. /, ,k .,d farmilv of Go-hen. D DepUty Grand Master-G. V. auce was served. with plenty of
,.. :.OilR at the E-canibla. Hinks ofS atsuma Heights. liquid refreshments and gool cir-
*--inza are being lai- at, Grand Waraen-Julius Otto of ars. The evening was devoted en-
".f rand evilliers Ker West. tirely to social enjoyment, no busi-
r "'d Gyrand Secretary-A. M. Cushman ness being transacted.
of Gainesville. It is understood that the club wilA
S:, Mra. J. I. -locs of Bir- Grand Treasurer-B. A. Meginniss hold similar social sessions in the
,1, are recent arrivals at the of Tallahassee. other precincts prior to the prima-
Grand Representative-Thos. C. ries April 10.
lop n r. E.Watson of Pensacola During the evening Circuit Clerk
o. M.eriniole are gueMr s of Chaplain-R. L. Robb of Gaines- A. M. McMillan dropp-d in and
-n.. .bi. Ville. treated the gathering to a box of fine
S Marslal-F. H. Brice of Haw- cigars.
Mvnette Fulton.a charming thorn.
Sldy of Anchorare. Ky.. is the Conductor-C. E. Johnson of Tam- A Special Sermon
t Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Forbes. pa. Rev. W. A. Gillens, A. M., D. D.,
Guardian-A. V. Clubbs of Pensa- will preach a special sermon to the
:S. A. Cosuich and family cola. Knights of Tabor at his church, cor-
A e1,ved into their handsome Herald-E. Shugart of DeFuniak. ner of Ninth avenue and LaRua
A e at No. 12 East Gad den At the sixteenth annual meeting street t, at 2:30 o'clock Sunday after-
of the Grand Eacampment of Flor- noon. The public is invited to at-
J L. ILoltoff. Miss Flora Mac- ida Odd Fellows. held at the same tend.
*: and Mis* Emma Clouse of place,.offlcers were flecttd as fol-
.rt. Ind., are guests at Hotel iow.s: A Monmster Devil Fish.
,:,tbi. Grand Patriarch-Jno. A. Preston. Destroying its victim, is a type of
of Mulat. R. C. Wood Grand High Priest-S. d. Jeffr e. Constipation. The power of this
Sl..-l .Mk and Ju. E. Adair of Grand Senior Warden-F. H-I murderous malady is felt on organs
,11 ll#.are anJong te Floridians Prica. and nerves and mu-cles and brain.
Sal at tie Lewis louae. Grand Junior Warden-S. Shu- There's no health till it's overcome.
gart. But Dr. King's New Life Pills are a
macks Jo-ie May and Wei-- Grind scribe-A M. Cushman. safe and certain cu'e Best in the
*-1l -ailed forth fl-hinig grounds (Gratid Treasurer-E. S. Boyce. world for Stomach, Liver, Kidney?-
liy. and the Mary E. Hoxie and Grand Marshal-Julius Rail. and Howels. (nlv 25 cents at \V. A.
t are making ready to sail. Grand Inside Sentinel-W. H. D'Alenberte's drug store.


(rifflM is Captured.
OOLt-BIA, S. C., March 28.-Middle
Griffin, the 15-year-term convict who es-
caped last week when a gang of convicts
on the farm near Columbia made an at-
tack on the guard, which resulted in the
killing of one, the wounding of another
anmd the capture of all but Griffin, is
again a prisoner. While being pursued
Griffin became entangled in a barb wire
fence and before he could extricate him -
self he was handcuffed and shackled
Pay of Sehoolteachers.
ATT NTA 'March 2S.-The teachers in


O coors an syses to seect rom o Ladies Waists
.
We carry all k ands; the largest assortment m the


city of well known brands.


Among them the famous


Griffon Blrld," famous for fit, style and finish-in


fact the best fitting Waist in the land.


dealer or customer can deny.


This fact no


You may form some


idea of our offerings by a glance at our large exclusive
Shirt Waist Window, and they are cheaper than


the cinimohn schools of Georgia, under a heretofore by reason of our Motto: "Si:ii. Cili:, ANI)


Idetisi>n rendered by Attorney general l
Terrtell. will get thelir salaries this Vyar
in time. Payments will t.he made from
lihe state rn'asuir for the two spring
nii4nth.( of the scii 'til terin, thliugh it
lookedl for a tinti as if only lthe salirie%
for on,',e month <(iuld I) l paiid ii time


Will Soon lie IIn Operatlhiai.
COtuItM.\, Ala., March C.-The Cull-
nan Handle factory will I-.rin opitra-
tiouis in about ten day.s. Twentry-fiVe
mnen will be emnployed in ol-rating this
factory, the money to build which was
(contributed by enterprising business
meln of this place. Geiseu Bnrs. of
Crown Point., Ind., will have the man-
agement of the new enterprise.
Cold Steel or Death.


SStreet. "There is but one small chance to
is Street. savo 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
I |vainly trying to cure her of a fright-
uIf e ful case of stomach trouble and yel-
low jaundice. He didn't count on
Ihe marvelous power of Electric Bit-
ters to cure Stomach and Liver
troubles, but she heard of it, took
1,047,935 seven bottles, was wholly cured,
avoided surgeon's knife, now weighs
, 500 000 more and feel better than ever. It's
positively guoanteed to cure 8tom-
1,560,000 ach, Liver at Kidney troubles and
never disappoints. Price 5o4c at W.
5,714,920 A. D'Alemberte's drug store.


Confectionery in 10, 20 and 30-cent
boxes. Try them. All dealers sell
then.
GOIN I)1OWN Hll.
People suffering from kidney dis-
eases feel a retadual but steady lo.s
of vitality. Thev should ltf) noii
tilnm in trying Foley's Kidney Cure.
It is Luaranteedl. W. A. D'Alemn-

Attend Falk's opening
to-morrow, Thursday and
Friday.
Wi, mnar liv withoulit love, w' il may l;vv
w.1 iCUt looks,
But evilizrd lman cannot live without
-(Owen Mero-dith.
Andl our cook.-; cannot coik with-,
liti t lin" iatt-rial-' nuecesiary to 'cII-
-itiit- l n"ipal'. T'l)'es. iin aterial-. int
oird(er to produic g4otil, whiollesomin
!fod. inu-t be of the best quality. To
pr cuire then of tlhe desiredd qiualiy '
we mintist go to thle rigit pluce for
their. lThIe rigHht pltce, as every iimp
fatinliar with thlie subject will tell
you. is Jacoly'.!
\Vhat lie h.i-n't got in ti P way of
fir-t-,las.. high-grad, materials fr
L,,vo(I. wholesoine, de(itciou- fold-
- fit for the ,ods" thlie ii,,-lve---yvI
liliiht piut in a whe -lb;irr,w. \l.a'
h li ha, ot witilmut i-iting that wrilide: 1Iil
place, whiere- he keeps eni''ili it
e-verythiingtrood to eat tO victu l a
war-.-tiip or supply an aim"y. andt ii-
-pEc('tiili the enorinoltii variety 4f
hi'ii-t-.hold siupplie- of every i naviin-
atbl;l- ecription, di-played o-o t't
-v( ry prlichas r cat v-elect at will.
ind all of te clihoice-t and bf-..t to, l
tfoiind iii any market.
This is ino flight of fancy, biit tli
plain. iiiivarnished truth. If you
(I iubt it. go to 114 to 12o Esiit (+overn-
milent street and be convinced.


Agent,


ITORE.


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

t7 No. 200 Long Cloth in 12-yard i| -
&IF p ie ce s fo r ............ .....................
II.! N. 300 Long Cloth in 12-yard | .
tiii N. pieces for ..... 1 10 1
b No 500 Long Cloth in 12-yard
Sp pieces for.................. .........1.. .
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THIEREBY N I NCKI

New New
Arrivals' LAES AN EMBROIDERIES! Arrivals'!
Our Centre Tablec are groaning beneath a goodly share of t!:.- Newest
Things in Laces and Embroideries.
Swi-s Edging and Insertion, Hamburg Edging and insertion.
Valencia Lace and Insertions.
Machine Torchon Edging and Insertion.


German Torchon Edging,


Aplique Lace and Insertion,


Point de Spreit. Oriental and Plat Val, L.ace .
.'0J Remnants Hamburg Edging, six yard lengths, worth 75c. to eOo at Coe.


Sweeping Sale of Muslin Underwear! *
One Lot Child's Drawers, hemmed and tucked, sizes 1 and 2, at...lce pair
Sizes 3, 4, 5 and 6, only.............................................. 15c pair
One Lot Child's Trimmed Drawers at Cost Mark.
One Lot Child's Trimmed Gowns at Cost Mark.
One Lot Child's Trimmed Skirts at Cost Mark.
One Lot Misses' Trimmed Gowns at Cost Mark.
One Lot Ladies' Trimmed Chemise, worth 3. c for................. 0c each
One Lot Ladies' Trimmed Cambric Chemise, worth 75c for.......45c each
One Lot Odds and Endsgs
In Ladies' Skirts and Gowns to Close Out at Cost Mark Price.
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Investigate the Convertible Term Contracts
---F THE-

Old Penn Mutual Life Ins. Co.
DAVID EDRE I DIImTRIE'T MANA "fiA T %v-
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-A L..m.a ra_
Old Qualer, Hunter and Parole Rye Whiskeys.
--Chesterfield Bourbon Whiskey.-(,.:

J. M. BILLIARD & CO.,


The best 5 cent Cigar -Mi,,facturers and Deale.r, in-
on the market is the
DURHAM. Try them at Carriages, Buggies, Wagons and Drays.
D'Alembert's. = epairiug Attended to Promptly.= f


NAVAL bTORM MARDKKET.


o EAST GARDEN ST.


* :PENSACOL~A.FLA


i n'lish .Yainsook, 10 inches wide, 12-yard pieces, for
English Cambric. .'57 inches wide, for
See Our SPFCIA L I whitee India Lawns at
-7 Pieces Hf'hife Lawn (it
This is an Exceptional Good Value.


2.,c yard.
10c yard.
5c yard.


:@JUST RECEIVED: r -
3 pieces -Sea Island" Percales, (shirt waist styles) 1-yarl
wide. 15c value............. .--..-- ...- ................--102
19 PIECES STANDARD 36-INCH PIUt.ArTAa.....................................10
a"MAIL ORDEREH PROMPTI.Y AND CAREFULLY FILLED. -M


w_\ w J. & B. FORBES.


..00 Reported Daily tor The News by
Meow. A. M. Mses & Oo.
ao801.
WW so -5 f S I W)
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N 180 r ..................- ..
K .... ....-..... 2 5 D ......... So
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*_ mrre TvuiarmIa-M S0ats.
Attend Fa2k's opening; to-
marrow, Thursday and Fri-
day.
yard We have moved to II 8- Palafox street.
y d Waw ihukofo yent (3 c0@all. Wf will
myy "yinrsustumbetson toemsu We will
e*xmgspIlasewit)o.- WeWiMl save
yes. mOme c a pise* ec regan.
Jce F rei PiPa i rcIn Co.
11 8. Palafox Street.


Furniture at all Prices.
We are selling dining-room tables
at bargain prices; also stoves, bed-
4pria batting., kitchen safes. and
-FOR- kit lt ablneta with bread boards,
I che ts tor four, and drawers for
2--j kitchen uteli and tableware.
C ll and exaiEMb them at 0. M.
~--49 Pryor' Bargala Farnituro House.

ick Apostle's Restaw ant.oMorowI -sa.1
Be"lnuing nxt turdav I wil' e-vM a ---dy.
e '4uln r Din r. Tro-II il:: '1 2. 0 -oacn
-ron. Order y.'at et C, i Ho We are permaeltmty fixtumrsa um no.
ortOrde romp y or id all H wthanding all reorto eentrry,
o Day r Nilh. i e mow at I Palafox se.
Fishb and 0ySte in All Stylei. 1J1 aiFrccl Pig0 p &raiu C,
Nick Apostle. II 1:i. P ..:' a;:reiet.


tcurProprietor.


PE=DT C'ra TrATxrtr. Rathe the
ff i lrks tbomnighi with H(er WATLR
Ointment, the great kin cure. an lastly take W R IV A LS
a full dose of CcrTCtRA RFAOLVENT. This
treMtment will afforst instant, relief permit r o
est and e and se.U O UR first announcement of New Arrivals of Spring
bent, ad oconowieai cUre when all else tails.
gS^a -.,T-...CU Apparel. Generous assortment, large variety
rran. DrIo s t .. Pole PMl. Bsea".
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S THE DAILY NEWS: PENIACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 1900.
d


eOLD DUOT.


JINGLES AND JESTS.
The lmftinlar) World.
JJOW f- ,s s : ur-r.:, tc sleep

But or-n1'-...; I 1 r,..r -ij. a'Vti n uak-. I

ar !t. s: z,: te.r's ,;n e

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The lees AAgain.
Still farther anilrl- l the poe. lt afield
sail pau-.1J iD1t until ie c-.iaut upou bhe
Ibaur.- aaxotler fat rjur.
-The tma: wit h the Ihse in soth;" sigh-
ed the poet e'.tbently.
"I"Wh don't .ou call a spade a spade?"
criel the fnrm-r,. with tuch beat anwl
qiAl. .nreasrona bly.
For. ahlboich the truth iof the matter
was that the farmnr was diggia.: for
eA bait. if e-"hir-w it was ,nost s t lie ex-
'pectfj that the INt would take cog--
aizancl of this.-IN-trtoit Jourinal.
The Sllent Ire.ll
T.e 1a h. artS in .,ny an.! ry -
Lkyd we a ti-de1t" : v 1l .r.
Of t.- .so:d. r! ic( l.is nee '
It's a .r na,% '- k :a!:Itu
T.". *n- uih% ct an ':! I .;I; 1.
'tqile the m.n ; ,ikr I a%, re fat'iin
t" o ise h t'n-r r f l.e lnd.
Lut. r im ti.I.r. tIl.ri- 14- gis'r-..
Ah n "t I ah L1'.,- l :A '- jn .'A
to e rI ina .n11n -ti: m -1..

Thi?% 's art .ter r, ""
slid 1( .. ni hs J<' ..: .n
I tN, r f:t rt's. hts" I,': 1 r,
uhi t' t.fk f "Ni('e 'tn." |
DrOt (.Wr C:Idnt de i 1i Ar nir.lat,
%1. stL tlnmp'r in *.s'r.,,d.
l e mus- ufftr n'rstajl itrnient .
%,"r mu< h a% rA. t.:s ha r. 1.
Though ia enen. .s, u. t,:. nd hiam.
S lie ri it let atC .at t' .st.
In the t' eatcr %,cu'I! linl t:mn;
Uit' "lue mn tehin,1 the LaIt "
--Cathi'lL St-A.l ,jrJ and TiiOa.

father.
Yeast-Se thiai suiit 1[i* c.t on?
('imsouts.ak-Of cioU.s, I s'. i:: What
of it ?
"\V'c. my tailor wouldn't let me pay a
Sit for it."
*What:'"
VWhy. I r-fuseol to take it without
.i-'.. but he in-i-t,,d that I should take it
as a ait:." t
"We I. wr-ll. that's rather unusual to
t2ave a tailor pr-l an suit of cl these on
jou:"---oakirs $Satsmnian.
*I think I would go cr zy with
-imnu were it not for Chamberlain's
PVan Balm." write- Mr. W. H. Sta-
iplten. Heiminie. Pa. "I have been
alieted with rheumatism for several
ywars and have tried remedies with-
out number. but Pain Balm is th*
heat usedic'ine I have ot hold of."
One application r.-lives the pain.
For sale y l Hannah Bros., 21 S. Pal-
uftrz street.
mjeecal Soctety. ArtemUom.
There will be a regular meeting of
tbe Penaaccla Medical Society at
the Board of Hualth offlee at 8
o'clock p.am.Tmeblay. April 10 and 24.
VinftiJe physietans are cordially
luvited to attend.
D. W. MCMILLA. M. D.,
President


E. F. BHI'Ci. M. D..
tecretar'-.


Snmt


GRID ImaI BiAl!


To be iiven By
HOP)E LODGE. No. 2571. K. cf H.. A
,'s1, F hll r- Hall. 1tr .n-1n ::. .
Monday, April 16, 1900.


1'ick-t 'o,- 51 itaty-.1i. d i- Fl s--+,.-'r-
Traii-p-ruti-it issu "Dauinuv.



DRINI LION BEER!G


E ad'.r-.! lvy %l; Phy-ician- as the
stnly H-,-r .,h-.lutely Iree tlimn adul-

Geo. Pfeiffer, Ag9ent,
PENSACOLA.
TI t f no ar ll tUl1 eie


ROWDIES TAKE THE TOWN.
Drake Men PanrWe te Streets ad
Defty the Owflr.


: hat of iue nulerf
I read alI.ut t e ';,,j% Cins.
The Ihs v and the 10.,:--
n Th t l 1 ..0 r'1A- I .- of t'nq
And s.alis the k,,; e"s I.. I_;;t.
And et. it seems so 'ilrjli< tu me.
Thel uwrie (f r rr I 1. -,
o tmh:t *and Mc-!. f Fr.-nr. and White,
Bu! naugiht abuti! ii: mnr:'
1lo" does I.e stid te a' t:e craaih?
ps p n n t r
tI ,r I L ":.' r i>
O(f ;r,. I .. t Jr ''.c r., a 3
of i-jl! ar. f .I'A
VL t1. I dv:,'rrv!., t, '" N tr;te no wrdi
Abl ut llt .riin % m;nt.: '
-C.:ee'ar. PI'ain Dealer.
The 5nvsae dacbsrlor.
"If you l:iL In-.en at the lBrowvus' gilden
weddili4 vc llbrati"n: la't 1 ht." .saii-I the!
sweet .tllunl: tl nz.'. "',,l wulid have al-
r' l n ,l \"tif vi'\\. ,,.; it;::tI iiiouiiy."
I wouldn't. *.ith li." ,:nis the savage
,achelbor. "If n.:itri's'>iUv were not a.
fak. there w.,1.! 1 nit I, -'bcih at powwow
raist-si over- ;i -o ple. tlhat .i th;ivM '111al tigeNi
too endliiref *a-lih their f,>r ai fow years.
nnsi dutc't you forg, t t'"-Indianapolis
['ress.
A. R. De Fluent, editor of the
Journal, Doylestown. Ohio, suffered
for a number of years irom rheuma-
tism in his right shoulder and side.
He says: "My right arm at times
was entirely u.ele... I tried Cham-
berlain's Pain Bialm, and was sur-
prised to receive relief almost imme-
diately. The Pain Balm has been a
constant companion of mine ever
since and it ever falk." For sale
by Hannah Bros.. 21 South Palafox
street.


BARGAINS


-IN--


R~eal


Esta te.


will bhuv l' acr<-. of land north
$10 0of thecty odil w%-t of (ioulding
$ 2 0 will buy *' acres adjoining city
$2000 limits.
30d 00will buy four 4 so1f4 bhlockt
830 and a g ood sovefn room house
This property is in New Lity.
L.000 n-ill buy 7.') aces hbtween Big
$P W Bayou and Litti Bayou. Thut
property ba% a water front on the bay: also
on Big Bayou and Little Bayou.
$I5000 will buy one of the best resi-
$5000decreson Wet Hill. Situated
on -trept car line-; has V room and all mud-
erti conveniences..


0 00 srwillt buy lot -.th I '1; ft front on
$60001'alafol t.n.p.. i- bh of .r.-.g-
nry. Thbecn .1e inmnt-daitely utiliAed for
bui.iness purposes.
$ w t will bur lort with% ft front or.
(ritr'iorv ild ..N& It f -nt on .%l-
ranlz and lih. ft front u n Wi aiht. 1'Th
prop-rty has nice cosltt-i n ,it.nnal there it
plenty of room to build adozen nouses more
w00 nwill huya bandsome reaidence
P on East Grego, y between Pala.
fox and Tarragona streets.
Swil buy an 4 acre* farm wItl
$0VWgood bou%*e and farm buildiul*g.
El-gant property for truck farming and
dairy purpoes. Thib place is Just outsl d
the city limits.
I will buy a lot in the businee-
$10 000 part of the city with tl feett
front.


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

A .S7' "11. Tl O U%'
lAiT AXID LITERARY

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The Easter Number


HOT SPRImGS, N. C., March 28.-In a
drunken row here last afternoon J. W.
Floyd. Guy Turnt r and Duke Lamb pa-
raded the, str.4ts of the town with drawn
gnuns, shcuiting every one who tried to
opji.s.e them. Jack Paris, deputy police-
nmi. was shot iu th( face with a shot-
gun in the hands of Flyd. Hartaell
Smelz.r, also a deputy policeman, 'wa.s
shot. Richard RaLston, a bystander,
was shot by Turner in the abdomen and
may die. Chief of Police Rector shot
Floyd in the breast and arm. Assistant
Chief Daniels is reported to have taken
to the woods. Sheriff Ramsey of Mar-
shall was wired for aumistanom. He re-
sponded with a heavy posse, and after
considerable trouble succeeded in arrest-
ing all concerned.
The town is panic stricken and all the
)lmuinie-. houses are closed. More trouble
is feared.


Ilules f.,- Lent.


Furniture on Credit
Moot beautiful line of side 'boards
ever shown in the city. Wardrobes,
with glass doors of every descrip.
tion, from the cheapest to the finest.
Roll-top secretary cases elegantly
finished, a fine line of china clonet.
and everything contained in a first-
class furniture store at 0. M. Pryor's
Bargain Furniture Hou-e.


,nthe ToTiK Kid Vm HOVi Aimas Bagtt


At C. V Thonmpson'i.
Crane's Ladies' Note Paper, and
Envelope, to match.
Cambridge Linen and Envelopes.
Hurd's Parchment.
InvitHtion Paper and Envelopes.
Linen Tablets.
Frosted Velum and Envelopes.
English Note; 1-atin Wove; Ti-sue
Paper; Dennison's Crepe. Etc., with
a general assortment of stationery.
C. V. THo.vPsoN,
No. 30 South Paulafox Street.


All the faithful who have com-
pleted their twenty-first year anu Buy your
whio have not begun their sixtieth
year, and who are not exempted fro m Itandsome.
the obligation of fasting by sickness, from Jfarl8
hard work or other well known rea-
sons, are obliged to fast on all the
days of Lent. except Sundays-.
On those days but one full meal is
allowed, which should not be taken
before noon.
Custom allows a cup of coffee, tea
or thin chocolate. and a small piece
of bread or acracker, to be taken in
the (morning, and in the evening, a
collation. not exceeding the fourth
part of an ordinary meal, is allowed.
At this collation, butter, cheese,
milk, e:gs and all kinds of fruit,
fl-h and vegetables are allowed.
WhelnI the principal mieal cannot
without grave inconvenience be
taken at notiu. it is permissible to
take the collation in the morning
and the dinner in the evening.
Abstinence from the use of flesh
is enjoined on all the Wednesdays
and Fridays of Lent and on the Mat-
urday of Ember Week and on Holy
saturday.
The use of lard is allowed in cook- -
Inr.
Fish and flesh are not allowed at
the same-meal, even on Sundays. All HighI
Eggs. chee,,e, milk and butter may
be used every day. but abstinence Men's, L
from all of these is recommended on
Good Friday. Children
Persons exempted from the obli-
gation of fasting 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.
SChildren over seven years of age
are bound by the law of abstinence. A
unless excused by sickness or other
causes.
The paschal time, in which all 350 Pairs Ladi
Catholics who have come to the
years of discretion are bound to re- Heel Button
ceive holy communioukworthily. ex-,
tends from the first Suiday of Lent fo
till Trinity Sunday, inclusive. Chil-
dren over seven years of age are
bound by the precept of annual con-
fe-sion. Pastors and parents should
see that the children comply with
this duty.
The holy season of Lent is a time
of prayer, of sorrow for sin. of seclu-
sion from the world and its amuse- REGULAT
ments, and of generous almsgiving
By a special indult granted to the --
bi-hops of the United States for n ei
y-ars. dating from Mar.h 1.5, 195. Gentle
working people, who cannot easily I Gn ln,
observe the common law of the


church, are dispensed from the ob-
ligation of abstinence on all days of
the year exe-pt Fridays, Ash
Wedne-day. Holy Week and Christ-
mas Eve. This dispensation does
not exempt from the additional ob-
ligation (of fasting,. where such ex-
ists, nor does it authorize the use of
fish and fle-h at the same meal. It
Include s. however, not only the indi-
vidual workmen in whose favor it is
granted, but all the members of their
. families as well. In return it is ex-
pected that those who avail them-
selves of this indult will endeavor to
enter into the spirit of the holy sea-
son of Lent by voluntary acts of mor-
tification, penance and almugiving. A
most praiseworthy custom is that of
ab-taininz during Lent from stimu-
lants. in honor of the sacred thirst of
our divine $avior.
Those who entertain, any reasona-
ble doubt about their obligation to
fast or abstain, ought to apply to
their pastor or confessor for advice
EDWARD P. ALLEN.
BPishop of Mobile.
Mobile, Ala., Febtuary 16, 1900.
DURHAM Cigars have
been tried and fire test-
ed. D'Alemberte sells
them.


of the

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APRIL
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:r 1A ''.Ii. IA'i4.F-VIZ S: PLENiDID
A RIt F 1*- VC iN S -i- VI- Li.!KI/E
p *.-4 Sq. .:.ai AND' HALF

.~zi*-...-a~h ss'4nilftu. '.ittis- will tie tis.-
i-upntiCt.Ir lrawmet. -I.,. .A. K4)9-1'*r

Thii- nuntim fms iji c-nfaiak .-at eC(ep-
%,41is~l tir!z tv V.q~uiar Au-
t Ii.sr.
-Xi -.ri.- .- siemhIr- vi, i-:n and Ili.-
oftt t ss:atse-pet. 131 artac.l.e. of tile
y.ea r
Wu-.a knovi III e1rvyni.-n of *'xd4entuiiin
ation' have -t'w' I a vtituals e a A III-
,t ructilrp ,t udy of 1 -~ i- a'ters A a iyicaI
llersons it 7.
A Hes-t of 14peC11l Artie'.- p-rtaaert to tb-
j~m-n i I be fsoand in I.thet Acminr
of I p-to-L'ats-Journalis mi.


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VIDAL & SMITH.


A


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wife one of those \ 0-UO
parlor suites
,ton 4- Finch. _______

Sole Agents for Celebrated YELLOW LAKE:. arE
i other High-Grade Whiskies.-
PROPRIETORS OF THE OFFICE SALOON.


DUNN'S


HOTEL


ON EUROPEAN PLAIN.

Restaurant Rttached,
11N 81 1*0 OYSTERS. FISH AND GAM


LfJ *


hs .


, Open Day and Night.
E OF ALL KINDS IN MEA- \


-Special Orders at Any Hour.
RATES:-F'om $1.00 to $1.U.) per Day. LODGING:
Cut Shoes in a 5and 59 %,oh r.alr.n Stren renamcA. Fi..luia. 25 and 50c


adioes, Xisses'
i's at reduced
. .






es' Vici Kid Spring
n and Lace Shoes
or only


.25.
R PRICE $2.00.


Don't Miss It!


A RHORT TIME;
THE ONLY TIME,
AND CASH TIME.


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


$2.50.
REGI'LAR PRICE $3.50.


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


Yours for Shoes an I


JOHNN PURDY,

Foundry W Machine Shops,
CENTRAL W'HARF, COR. JEFFKRSr N AND PINE STEET.'.


Telephone 346.


Pensacola, Fla.


ATTERNS. CA'T1INGt, LUMBER TRUCK'4. SMALL ('Cfli.I.E
Car Wheel,. Wood and Irot Pullev.. Harltr-r4. HoxeA. Etc '.: >:-
factured to Order in First-Class, Workmanlike Maunner at Roe -
ble Rats-.
Dealer in Maohinery, Fittings and Supplies for
Stationarwv ad Marine Application.


V.C It ENT'I.
1'rs-.idt- w '.


WSI. l k'siiI.E4.
V* ict -.1;t-. -,tdent -


W5'. K. HYCR..IH..


P. r. l.- -
t s ts-- -


First National Bank

or PENSACOLA. FLA.


WM. H. KNOWLES. W. A. BLOUNT. P. C. BRENT, V. HYER. J
D. 0. BRENT,


FriigR u D I


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gW We draw our own Bills of Exchange on Great Britain, Ire- r
Germany, France, Austria, Italy, Holland, Spain, Belgium. RBania r
way, Sweden. Denmark and other European countries.
JWfVessels Disbursed upon the Moe Favnrable Terms, and tr-r
Obligations Taken Payable at Port of Desmination Ten or Fifteen VA47
after Vessel Arrives there.

Safety Depolsit Beee for e R t a OGeneetlion
with which we have a Privato APer aot for the Use
of WAktAwn __


Cold Weather
Coming. s..,
order and let a fMl' your han ht, -
cold snap arrives. We will "*-r..t v"..
hbet coal you can procure for ."Ith.: '- 4
or boating purposes at reasonable f:

TonmpsoD, Olseqr 9 Qc.
Dealers in

Coal and Wood.
SRfle- and r nr /
and i",tilroad Mtr-4Ct.


THE ORIGTMNL X


ST. LOUIS


A B.C.


BEER.


V. j. mmO~, site Wbolesaler.,

IMS I111i~s. BRRHOIES VINES, 1ITIPO v~~iL
Pani Joias ail WoSpill: P Celcorat W.
TRY I 8aOITLI Of C1RFRY !It
PHONE 154.P I r C4 I TE
JUG & FAMILY TRADU d ICITE
Pro-"LIW.Verv to Any Part of the


Bee6R
STheWorlds Triumph
of Master Brewing.

With the like of which the-.
ancient Norse-men built their
splendid strength and .sinew
S -th*atk' r*ch wth the fla-


.


vor of choice-st hops and malt.

ASK FOR (C/& l)
mad you will be repaid!

TH E C "RIST IMNC*?/'tlEE R OONGCaC


Tka~ Uain~lA'cr.2cfamldnh a.El isq lne ww- ~u awa duga wnAinn &-,nix ura--m UYDU h..- -'r. A .


Care of Lamps
may bamokeepers thik td h Is seniesh
bote salo the cam of leaps. but if the uIde d-
sile her- mswtioned are adherd w dmre wib ke
rsr d iffetrec is the lit l. Flrst.a a
nmt be cleaned and filled every moior. the
buMea should be cleared ence a week. sd g
b~ way is to tbol them i wMer to whi
Gold Dost Wokog Powdcr
hb bam e8ed. Pm a e -N nl les a qm~
a -or and hsole m nl sens. The n nas saomhe
e Prs iw0a W e ofM weMer aOd hebneeMe *loWy
emil they i, il. these off aed allow iM coel
uduaMlly; this@I ew te las-
Te a%, -* h ftr o af t'0 wkies
*I n* ** s r"qMS to
sounno SeL Lws, Sw eraY..tu. Beeb.


HOE


TRUNKS,


/. GUGENHE/I.


Tel.phon. Nn.. 147.











THE DAILY NEWO: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 100. 7


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Rentil a-ad Insur'ance
AGExrV.




NICO..A CASSAy
RESTAUR N---OYb-mk~y3


ACTS GENTLY ON THE

KIDNEYS, LIVERi

AND BOWELS

CLASSES THE SYSTEM
D,, pL EFFECTUALLY




H8ITUAL ONSIPATION
S t PERMANTo y


1UV THE ENVINI MANT D BY


LEGISLATIVE CANDIDATES
And DrIlega, to the 0 .ny Conven
tion at Powelo'n. April 14.
Following are the candidates for
the legislature and the list of dele-
gates to the county democratic con-
vention at Powelton, April 14, en-
dorsed by the Workingmren's Demio-
cratic c.u:il
M 'cr ihe II gi laoure.
C. Mir.t-o Jones.
H. C. Clopton.
ID-legates to County Convention.
Preci ct 12-H. H. Wicke, F. 1R.
Pou. R. A. Credille. Win. Carmi-
chael, Thoe-. (. Rivers.
Precinct 13-J. F. L. Quina. Ar-
thur Jc hnson, J. C. Avery, J. Whit-
iag Hargis, Jas. L. Swoeiney.
Precinct 14-Gus Eitzen. J. E.
Baar-, A. E. Zeinus, H. G. DeSilva,
Jas. O'Brien.
Precinct 15-Thoe. Johnson. John
B. Jones, F. E. Commyns. W. A.
Duiham, H. A. Waters. 14m-tf
S neady to Fill the Vacancy.
"Mister." saitl the boy with the soiled
face to the mild eyed old gentleman
from the country whose shoes he was
polishiLug up, "have you got a little
chap at hoime about mny size,?"
"No." replied his customer.
"l)out you want oue?'r-Chicago
Tribune.
'aviinn street Car Fare.
"Eliza. it isu't very far down to the
Wiggses: let's walk."
Eliza lookingg at him critically)-
Gooduess, goduness: Is that the man
who used tu hire a carriage to take me
to a party only across the street!-De-
trolt I'ree Press.
r


ALIU NIAr G IVGS )
^USp k Sot l ** rea w e* upl% in f ti urged by II. B Il.-IMntfle
an&u iAiev aw to pu e.L io fteoaM I'S-OL< "oA suffer. r*.
j D,-s your Skin Itch and Burn?'
..... .' :, ;.:i ;i: 1'.. ,:,:-,.n D i'r'- i.2: Eruption- on the Skin !o
S: li's you leel -liailled to be :, .-: ;. ".- f,, r.A i t'4iv?' ]) seah-. anid Scales form on
5.,:. f, v,:i ,.,, the Skin, Hair or Scalp? Have- yu
S,' ,. .,Eczema? kin, Sore and Cracked?
', .'.. Rash form on the Skin? Prickling
Pain in the Skin? Boils? Pimple-s?
S' Bon1 Pains? Swollen Joints? Falling
S :. ,: v:, Hair? All Run Down? Skin Pale?
S ~ '"' ~' : ^ i '!o '*: n ld Sores? Eating Sores? Ulcers?
*,'.4'- m.. . <'. :i ,:. I.i.; I. iI,- I. f ai nd Impurities and Poisons in the
,. I i .1 .,..'i ., ,, .. ,. lloodi. To cure to stay cured take
\\, i B. (Botanic Blood Balm)
S, which makt- te blood pure and
S. -'; ';*' .... 3i"l, ".,I I',1!I rich. B. IB. B. will caule the sores
it'" i I, 3 .". :uii'* l ;<'-l,,', hilin Iw to heal, itching of eczema to stop
,':" .1 ','iz ''.', II' ir. i li.< tIhIat l, forever, the skin to become clear
l ., u til : i ; d th,' breath sweet. B. 1i B. is
S : : li i iln ju-t tlie remedy yon have been look-
Si ..:.: :i :-' :1 h<.,i'. l ug for. Thoroughly tested for 30
1 .. I ., \:' I. ,I :i .l .. tit i,. year'. Our readers are advised to
::"-! i.. c: .:'. ',,h.,','l.t...l an ,t try It. B. B For sale by druggists
1 'i. '. p 1 at $1 per large bottles (fu!l treat-
.l.'-i.u tlinl I ::, nent, (5. Complete directions with
S."' h i s jilt each bottle. So sufferers may test
'.1., '\ 4. k i. j lirdn'i- it. Address BLOOD BALM CO.,
S i,' : .:;i. !:i;.iiint of Atlanta, a. Describe your trouble
.. : ', 1. I :1:1 *nl' .1r ttli:|i andI Free personal medical advice
i.." ,," I : 1 '. i i,-1' k '. 1II on 1 i4 1 l give .


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Smoke DURHAM Ci- lLLIUIIIUi
gars at D'Alemberte's. os.,,,


GRiAND) EXCURSION


S. A. FRIEDMAN, Prop.
AGENTS FOR


High-Grade Liquors.
SILVER BROOK, PRIVATE STOCK BEN HARDIN SOUR MASH,
VERY FINE; FRIEDMAN'S CELEBRATED OLD PRIVATE
STOCK. 12 YEARS OLD; OLD SILK VELVET. KEN-
TUCKY'S PERFECTION OF PURITY, AND
LOTS OF OTHER BRANDS WHICH
SPACE WILL NOT PERMIT
TO MENTION.


'WThe Largest and Best Selected Stock of Bottle Whisky and
Wines for Family Use.
THE JUG TRADE IS OUR MAIN SPECIALTY.
WAlso Agent for the Famous Pabst Milwaukee Beer. Free Deliv-
ery to every Part of the City.


P. O. Box 418,


PENSACOLA. FLA.


Telephone 179.


TIME TARTR.

LOujLsvILLE AND NASHVILLE 1 ATT.ROAD.
IN EFFECT JANUARY 27. 1900.
No.'. No. 2. No. 1. No. 3.
12:45 noon 1 l:2') p m Leave Pensacola .....Arrive 4:15 p in 5:01i am
2:15p m 12:iltnght Arrive ....Flomaton ..... Arrive 2:4.5 p U 2:36 am
4:12 p m 3:05 a mi Arrive ... Mobile ....Arrive 12:. M noon 12:20 night
S::.3 pm 7:44)a n Arive New Orleans ..Arrive 7:5.ainm 7:45 pmn
*6:i I p 1n 1 :10(ia it Arrive ... Montgomery Arrive II:21a iani 9:30 p m
i:.o a m 7:'0p m Arrive ... Nas&hvllte ... Arrive 2:21: a n[ t 9:010a m
12:25 noon 2::Wa I m Arrive Loul-ville .....Arrive 9:12 pm &2: II5 I n
4:115 ri mn 7:495i'a m Arrive ..'Cincinnati .Leave 5:45. pn i 11:4l00pm
BETw EeN PENSACOLA AND JACKSONVILLE.


No. 21. | No 3. No. 2. No. 22.
11:55 night 7:lN>a m .......... Pensacola ... 11 :i I p in :41p m
12:.'knight 7:;:Nam .. Milton l1:2 40oIm .5:2- .pm
4:',3 at 11 n 9:a II in I eF'uniak springs ..... p m :40 p im
6:1 atNi t 10::N ain .. ... ('bipley ':.3 p i 12-57 p m
7:oJa ni 11:0Ia tI Marianna ..... 6 :1, p in 12':15 noon
'.15 Iin 12:07> noon Itver Junction 5:i p ni 10:l'1:20 am
......... 1:1 p m ... allahas e ::1 p ni ..... .. ....
. ...... ... 7:25 p m ...... ...Jacksonvill.e 9:20 m .... ....


r.V3ME CEIOIC3M6T


AND MOST POPULAR BRANDS OF


W ISIIESw, WInll, LIPOS, COIeIALS,

N WOOD AND LAS ETO., MALL UANTITIE

IN WOOD AND GLASS, LARGE OR SMALL QUANTITIES


--AT THE--


E"l


SAL00N


e Union Depot, Telephone No. 4i;.


W. C. NORMAN, Proprietor.


.V f


iTo 'rerenville. Montgomery and Bir-
t ii~iIiLzt1II. Saturday night, Ma rch
r:31. l''.;1viiig t'liton D1epo~t at fill4 )1
I .-21ir: p4~lgrtra ili. 1"iit. -'f-r
I ''41(it I It ill : Peln-ascola to) Monlt-
&.v,imrv. $:i To: to U -reoiiville. i3641;
t., H it'll i lgtula In,$8.)P1. I. Ei1oin (Xiii
t.01111ein -li. t a Pll.;acolr. Palt If-
(if sirinz~ Ie will app1~ly to ticket
agent inl tilii.'. Purchi-e -t iek~t -z it
IIi'c f-t Ij1Hi (. Ticket -(1d f2' livi.
.-ezngortrai n. F4,r fulrthter ilt' inma-
ti'41I a t7llAVto



IN. F.GONZ~k & C.,h ProprS




ICHOICUE MA LbAND PURE GRtOINI
STOCK IEED).
l'atonizo HomeIntndus'try. for thero 1%
verve v rvx-onflyvuii-houid Ibuy your 3Men, :id
I .41ock l*.. d I' .zt tle4o Home .Inufac aCt r,
1r-y -44 (14)11) g Yom encon ragi' honme.IYCIii'.
'i our int,'i~ev ;-i left hii the cominunitv
%,.!I In turn' %re indirectly 1h.'-i&.'i~d.
''-1-I!butv tle 14tlie e:u-.-.t i abor. I 44(1 *wo'
it if- Itl.-totImnunlty fitt which V4111live and
ulil c hi-.nti butes .toyour support.

i*iIlwFirt Cu art 441l: .-caiiaa of411 at'.

li;Illl!I a t -mi.ou.L4.lndai,~a!.
1 i 1i-1Ildllt Ralph Wat 4(111. 1% r4-.Irodi
(''i E 144 1 144 11i14Y..V May 41 ''7th. 1 it
Ii- .r0.r 4 1 ttoh-,i)Ub li441 41-1mce -'I~~i *.I-
.44 I L%; %k Sii'. It11. W- I )a I wr pabli-i- .(I
'I, t f" i''D4:colli. i'n .
A. M. Mt MNiui~m4N.
A4,it~rk ('I rouit (4 ourt.
l'ieputy Clerk.
P. v -c. 'j. I i.. .0). ... uIt ofA S4W


PENNLAND RYE WHTSKY,
BROOK HILL SOUR MASH.
YELL 'WSTONw RYE WHISKY,
DAIRY MAID WHISKY.
ATLANTA BREWING COMPANY S
CELEBRATED BEER-KE;S & AO'ITLFS


* ainnt. but i;i
ii~vin' in FoorI'ii ~ iwEuatI~l'2 1lfll1tI2. unuua~uu. fl5~***fl* E-,-. fIEU M


NAME'S


PANTS I


.aid about 6) pairs of
long leged. st ort legged.
slim. fat. pu.sy, bow
legged, straight legged
all sorted of legged gar-
mants, as they got out of
the boxe- and up onto
our clothing tables.
600 pairs of pants in one
day i- a good many, but
what about them? Some
are a dollar a pair, good
cas.i inere pant-. Some
are two dollars a pair,
good c:assimnere pants.
Some are three dollars a
pair, good cassinmere
pants. Somle are two.
three and four dollars a
pair, good wor-ted pants.


WE DO NOIf

buy pants for adver-

tisinf purpo.es-to sound

i cheap. If 'e buy good pants,

pants that are made of

Oood goods; pants provided


with all the


comforts


home; front pockets, watch


pockets,


(to watch your


money pockets


nights in


case your wife wants to see

if she is getting half of

your income) pistol pocket.v

an d refresh inmen t rockets.


SOMETHING NEW WfE[ L[ I


4fEVERY DAY4-



HALL & KLEIN'S


Mammoth lRetail Grocery,

502-504 SOUTH PALAFOX ST-,
Telephonao 8008.

ADW Patrons, New and Old, are Cordially Invit d to Vi-it and Inl-pect
their Immlenspe Stock.


o l PANiti

Solid as a rock. lain ,r f nicy pat-
tern- forr $2..7" ti:&t wvi:l k, p an able-
bodied iimain h'-y nii. zht. and days to,
wear themn o lit in < a y.r. and for
A. l, saO! '' I;* V : fit. n.- ca- sii '.ere
pants. la;,;'^,l -* at:.- t .1. crea.s d


knees.


E. PETIE RSELNT,
0o-PROPRIETOR OF-o

CRONIS SALOON AY
0--DEALER IN-o

Imported and Domestic Wines, Liquors and Cigars. '
JUG TRADE A SPrOTAT-TY. w, ..*" -l l i'
Corner Bolmont and Devillierp St-. PENSACOLA, FLA pantI for 0 *4', tha: a"r, -


ur, worate'
imply great.


Patronize our Pantry, it ; ryil.


A. M. AVERY,


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mTIE OI41L KENTUCIl 1K0 IEL, OUR


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)nico Hotel and Restaurant Ion arc1w are, LV P

ALL ORDERS SERVED ON SHORT NOTICE Iron, Nalls, Az., Shorvels, Baw Mill and teamboat Bauppiles, Cooking
AT ANY TIME AT REASONABLE PRICES. and Heating Stoves, Paint, Oils and Window Glass, I

. looms f o Rent by the Day, leek otr Month. Qa Agate d TInWr ad Ho eflhrnfag od& L
Guans, Pistols and Fishing Tackle.
311, 3t2 Horth Tarrapea itrt, Oppositoe lion lipot.
0-Telephone 68.-0 AGENT tor Birmingham Rolling Mills Company, Revere GOant
----GEO. WILSON & 00.,*-':- 4 Stitched Belting, Northampton Emery Wheel Company, Laftin 6 Rand u
Dont Foret to Stop Wt th at Man. \ Powder Company, Johnson's Kalsomine, Iron Kiag and Buck's Stoves
Don't Forget toStop Wit i the Fat "Man. and Ranges, Wm.Oouaps Ao.'s Raw Hide Lace weather, Mausry', Beady Dw i
FRESil VfGEIBLES IECilVDI BILT. HOLEIUE All RET4il. ae.ailads coloUr.. Th e B T i eI


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S _THE DAILY NEWS: PNSACOLA, FLORIDA,


MUEICAIB
R-omelk Pubtlic schonl library. Clat-
fer* Hall. March 29. 1900. p. ,m
asoe-*-*Tb,-arden of sle-p" DeLaraM
Miss ltatr"e hiiir.
IPano0olo. Valw <,)p 42) Chopin
bM its tovirton.
Reading---'Mona'. Waters' .
MiNs Mary l.ucia nichards
V'ton Ioolo-Arta from Capuletl Bellini
Miss Hein-
%olo-"--t Fair: ab. Sweet and Hol "
Can tor
x r kv-<-re %% illiatml %ell>es.
Piano leo-*'V"rnettian itondol;r'"
(irogmuann
lolo-t-ll-ct .1 Mais Cawtbon
Musleel I a*ittatili -.'An l l .wet heart
of Mi i- ".Mis tilga Wt.itr
olU o---selerCt.(d Mrs. .l '..Piw;.;y
V'olia ls tl:t"!C !. .....Ml-. H -ein.-
l'ltano..--- (A. tb Love" Carl ique
M.;a- AUna Ko-aeru.
Recltati'on-- 'TI- dattleship Main.-'
S Mis s Mani- tiarr
olo-"or de Koven
M,*s -tclla White.
-lectaer'. 4r.in ,rcbe--tra
A Night of Terror.
**Awful anxiety was felt for the
widow of the brave General Burn-
ham of Machia-. Me., when the doc-
tore said she could not live till morn-
ing." write Mrs. S. H. Linco:n. who
atteod-d h-r that fearful ni"rht. "*All
thought (- e ut tooni die fromni
Pneumonia. hut ?.le hteg-reo for Dr.
KangK' Ne-w I)i-covery.- ayiniz it hlad
more t [liani .icf -;tveti her litfe. ard
had cure-d her O.f l#4Consumption. Af-
te-r thr**- inmall cl<>e. -pL;e slept easily
all light. and its further ue coin-
pl*-tely ncurtd li-r." Tfii- nmarvelou-
inedicine iI- guaranteed to cure all
Thr, at. Ch'me*t and L'in DI)i-,e-e..
Onlv."k' and 1 tx). 1 ri.ti bttle,- ;r -
at W. A. I)'Ale-mberte-'s druz sti.,-

Attend Falk's opening to-
morrow. Thurxrday afnd Fri-
day.


THE HONEY MAKERS.
e-:!*- n ednore dt-ve~AI.I t nt
TL(ro- a-v, nn la,'r bpiei. 4.1!io-pnerss
I'at .1,." n'la.1,rylle.-h.nev. toit ten-Is
ti, rtipe-r an-Ii mi-tjroo, !'t. IPa ni;,tWio s aiima.
c~~,--N; i n,Pt ac $4 with i!.
it-zie t that reriaoin min the e--mtte for
a.me-rio.time ufte-r twi-ng -tori-.! is always
11W Ite-st armia Ite when xtrac-t".-.
It; re-rr ^44 dwPath-r bN". otten die.
staff fallic.It II~Il'lgthe, etruaie.-. The-y
to ti-i 1Ir-em-rri%4ed -wr th- betwvs will smoth-
r1n- :~t~iji; v.-n--r (are- mast too taken
Itirarit 1w h.'eeat .1 ar-ou!-e. tL,,ru iti* a-'-

*ae ** f l*-*~.e~e::i *hat loruiJn, .iee--
d- Intl- -, k~~ afe tL.
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RECENT INVENTIONS.
:IJe-:o r.,d a.. T:0.1::! ;,%:, is given pi-
1 'f* t. !Iv n.. a'i .,f a i:e*u .'f*I. whi 'h t:l-
li,:,", ,,. ai:,! :z ,:- ;,z : t .il ,' .s taiaa .i'
i:: "h, e I ,- I ...i. t. .;i. ';n|ih t, e a'.tni t,,-
t l t. t w l. I ,:;i,,.o u In ,I', tact u lth tL(-
I *. .t
l:. ;.j rnit Il .r ,. 'i t,.< ', ':iiz.,.e hy
a i It 1 % 1 ".. *L'- .tinm iz rye-
!, 1. ti x !.- | ,,i .. i. sn ta i rlie
f7' :t. *n f1 1 'u::;.-,L ; l-he .-at. th,. .- l;i:ti..n
-i.,g wa.he.d ouit aif-r at has sioftentiql
i : i, e.r.-
[ '-r -int', rir;g t!he- pt.mpourid contain-
ed ui band hrh t gr*-rriae.s when broken,
a Mnssa lhuietts mania has designed a
siroin,. ht-ieh i-s ,on:raictel and placed
In the CeIIter of the extingui-her. to ex-
pand suddenly and a' t on the contents
wben the greuade is broken.
A western man has patented a warm-
ing device for nri-ing bread. having a
lamp set in the Kbottioi of a casing, with
a numntr of trays to carry the dough
arranged in a tier in an upper compart-
ne-.ut. the beat circulating around the
trays and pas-ing ,ff at the top.

THE JEWEL CASKET.
Some of the gold scarfpins for moen
are in light, open designs set with the
tiniest of pearls and olivines.
Elegant bits of usefaloess for milady's
toilet are silk stocking supporters with
XeMl mountings either plain or chased.
Gold bracelets studded across the top
with turquoises graduated from one large
stone in the enter to small ones at ei-
ther end conmmn.nd.themselves to the ad-
mirerb of this stone.
Bravelf-ts that appear to be inspired by
Fresc'b taste consM-t of fine chain link-
ing t nnc-h as the- ob',let or i ild rw,?e delicat-ly
eruame-nti.d ith choicee stones.
The hitherto exceedingly utilitarian as-
pret of the heavy chain bracelets is now
maodhated by the addition of gems. Into
ee attractive chain bracelet are intro-
daced rings set %itb parls.-Jeweivrs
Circular Weekly.

Gold Medals to HARPER whi-key
at New Orleanq & World- Fair Chi-
calgo Try it. you will endorse tL;<-
Judge's verdict.
SOLD BY
DANNHEISSER BR1OS.
Pensacola, Fla.


Chocolate Cream Mint Wafer-.
If your dealer has not gcot :hei teI'l
him to get the-n.

The Jcse Freich PiOie & orgin Cc.
Wi move In their elegant new quarters,
II So hIt lafeox street, in the Sinqer
Sedwi gMaohineCo's ***ee, Mach 26-h.
0.asw afterthat dae they will be found

Attead Ialk's opening
to-aorrow, Thursday nd
FiritoT.


I M1IK.
ABUIV n.
Br ss Fe-nnta. i199. B aiobidge, Las Pal.
ma* to W Keyser Uo
SAIL91).
Nor bk Norway. Honr ksen, Inverness
AT QUARANTIXS.
Bus bk L uls. %:;. Jansson. Hamburg to
W t Kry er ar o
Nor bk A4nlalde, 3 Petersen, 'Pernam-
buco to order
I'ort bk kmelia Elver. 777.. Goncabes.
Pernambuco to liaar. l[unwodv a Co
Bus bk U-mo. 74*. Jobosnsen. Valencia to
Pensacola Lumber o
Nor bk Lout,,-. I,'15. Lorentsen. London, to
Pensacola Lumber 4 o

THE 8HIPPLU4.
VEn8BUL 1 9 POST

Hr EverrrfiHighm. 1W, Newiove. to W 1
Keyser & so
.pan Erneto. !'-). (>rmacches, to W 8
Krvera& o
Br Kiplinrhani. 1'4i. Johnston. to Pensa-
cola Lumber 'o
Dan Ru.-. 1577. Jentsen.to (iutf Trarsit Co
GBIP6.
Ru-Columbus. 17. urchman. to W L
Wlttach & t'
Nor Patriarcb. 1l.-V. balversen, to H H
Boyer
It Angela Accanme, .. Baretto, W I. Wit-
tlcb & Co
(icr ehnsh. ;n, 7'i-. Schneilder, to Baars.
lunwody & %o
It r.er-atliorT, : ':, Costa. to Baars, Dun-
wody a o
Nor Baros*a, :'-. Evenspn, to H If Boyer
It Cognallt. %21i. I-;;titi-ole, to Itosaco
Iiros
Nor concord;a. ,**. NMlv.rron. to order
It Du-Ct'uiini. ;1)7. Lsr&rettl, to ordl-r
iwefd Dbharwar 1:i. I.undrtal. tooriler
Nor lie-ir.-. A' i 'eri ln. to ordi-r
Nor I rigga. I'. Wei'-. Dlundee- to orde-r
Nor (.init. :;s Lar-n, to order
Nor India. r-72, Je-uneu. to tiulf Naval
Btores Co
It Italia. ".0". PI-dat-lla. to ( Torr,-
It Luaige I 4.*i. 'iaa-a. to W eK-eyser &
Co
Nor Merzapere. 11;75. Johnson. to Baars.
Dunwody A v o
Nor Nora. liJm. Mikke:set. t, Pensacola
Lumtwrt Co
Nor Perfect. ;'*.. Larsen. to W S Keyser
a co
It stpinvora Pi Binzzo. to Ito-asco Bros
Nori.:if;d..5t .ialuan tulraitirbhon. Ijp n-
ang a Co
1' Trento. 1.v7. tiardeall. to Baar, Dun-
wody a Co
Am Ve'an Ii. 779. Ecker, to E I Satun-
deres Co
It V%-npzian*.' .. Farrari. to1aars. Dun-
uody & Co


It it u .A.
Ger Elly. 473. Maoss. :o order
Am Florence e readlch. W7, Lank. to Jno
A Merritt
Am o Dona Christina. 11V). Axelsen, to
order
^m lsa A Bayles. At. Benson. to master
Am wijalmtr. X.: Axelon. to mater
1er Julia Elazabeth. **', Sweeting., to mas-
ter
Br Mabel Darling. 1! Iloberts, to master
UP.CLrEARELAN1D SAILED FOR PrZ-
OACOLA.
Pi*orgvin. Nor. ild Manchester March 7
Flatl of Jnv-rsonuid. Br. 17I'. Hull March 1'
I udderbsilid. Br. 41m. at Harry. Jan :9'
Hirundo. Nor. 14.1. 111i. Nor. l.-l. ( .-n a .Feb_ -'
Langfondl. Ncr. I',t, Halli-sen, (irinsby
March 14
Nordpol. itr. ll (;..renock Miarci: -4
Oita. Nor.4(w. Brun. Barry March 11
Roddam. lir lad (;hieoa March '*
Itan. Nor. 14w-. Hnn.n.t bi-lds. March1 l'
Stldrohain. Ilr. l.'t,. harrison, Mt Michael-
Jan %
Thcs Wayman. Br, 1411. Watt, arr',ed Rot-
terdam. Feb I
I'lvrston, tr. 1ii.'-,Roxb rtfn t. (G noa..Inn '!S
W lidtroti. Hr. lr;'._'a-.arti) Antw-rp March :'
Zauz:bar. Br. sid nwanssra Felb ;i
SHIPS.
August. (,e-r. i-lu Padillac .lan .
Partir.ia. Nor. 1.Il. sid reenock Feb l14
A ngela chialelne. It. aid Mar-teill s Jan 2-L
atealie. Nor. 1! 7. -ld .Antwern lDec 11
Ada. hwed. i-!. at Table Bay Feb 12
Alfredo.'t :72. d (ijnoa Feb 17
Pf.rtrand. Nor.. tt. ild IL#er M.arch 1"
hmlnchoetto. It. .mi. %id ( *rthaetzoen,.liten '
('btftialn, Ru.. *v"*. st I'.lte-loita, t leb.
Iallita.etwd.-d fH ull.lan I
Einar TsambhrkJrilve Nur.'.A. at Antwerp
I ec 14
Eiitree,. It. sid Tunis Ioe .
r r'tz ( .ustav HI:-. e',i iluncorn Marri 7
F' 'lucia. It. ,75. -Id Va;,.n la Mircli 1.A
Frhel>. It. .&C, ain api-a S*e;)p 1, ashore
Nov 2i near Port %o a l
Gi-r. Nor. .i lIr,.cton li eu 1
tGaetano Ca&.a')ti.t. It. 1t'..,. sld (Genda
March -b
K. ntegorn. Nor. 7 e. 4ld i.luckstadt March 7
Joban i~g11n. No'r. li- t hi i n i- ilan d .lN V 10
Johann#-. NS r ti'r 1 11n-hilre I'.P c'A
Mr aria Margaria d. a s.d C'ape 'own
Vareh fri,
Michele b. It.s d it-une a March :3
Marcella, It.sld Hamburg. Nov w
Melu-lne. Ru.. ,)id1 lel risronro F ebh Fb2
Monte A. It 7'- .ld Marseilles March .1
O)19a. Kus. a d a Pallieo- ctc ?
Paola v adre. It. l.,*. sid A moterdamJ anlo
Ploneer. tier. I iwt. ,.t 1 don % ,r..n 11
Profe*or Johnsen., Nor, l5iI said Bristol
Feb27.
Rarb-nl'p P. It. %02. id Ma-,elIl.s Feb F t ,
Kebe. Dan. 4Ws. at Habia Jan -
H*llt 1B, It. lVt, at La faiM. Nor l4
Valuta. Nor, aid Leith Mch 10
Virginia. It, Sid Madeira, It-eb?
We have saved many doctor bills
since we began using Chamberlain'e
Cough Remedy in our home. W-
keep a bottle open all the time and
whenever any of my family or my-
self begin to catch cold we begin to
use the Cough Remedy, and as a re
suit we never have to send away for
a doctor and incur a large doctor
bill. for Chamberlain's Cough Rem-
edy never fails to cure. It is cer-
tainly a medicine of ireat merit and
worth.-D. S. MKAHKLE, General
Merchant and Farmer. Mattie, Bed-
ford county. Pa. For sale by H -n-
nab Bros., 21 South Palafox street.


Tickets for Starrett's evening in
Pensacola. for .-ale at Thomp.-on
book store.


Brittles urpj:.ss all) thler makes-
peanut, coaml.ut, pop corn aid wal-
nut.
Bl:,T OF ALL
To cleanse the -y -tem in a gen -le
and truly beneficial manner. when
the Spriiigtin*- comes ue the true
n"id perfect remedy. Syrup of FiLs.
Buy tlih gr-ililmle. Manufactured by
thoe I',C!if-ri;: I"i. Syrup Co. only.
-ad for sale hy Isl drug -ist,. at 5)J
ce'nt- 'per bottle.


CASTORIA
F-r Tnfamta Ad d rhi;d


. To atd Owaeaal PaUOIe of
Nottee is hereby iven that on and
after the first day of April, 190W, so
Union echaalnc or laborer will work
on any building with amy non-union
men where there is an organisation
of said eraft under the Jurisdiction
'of the Central Trades Council.
m8tf J. R. JOURDAN.

Your Credit is Good
For anything in our house. We have I
a large assortment of Couches. Bed
Lounges, Toilet tets and Bedroom
Suites. Iron Bedsteads at $4 up.
0. M. PRYOR'S
Bargain Furniture House.
X.othinf so sets off a home
as handsome furniture.
AMarston 4 Finch have an
immense stock for you to se-,
lect from and they will sell
it to you on long time and
easy payments.

attend Falk's opening to-'
morrow, Thursday and Fri-
day.


Free Vacination.
On Tucdays. Thursday .and Fat-'
urdays from 12 in. to 3 p. in.. persons
will be vaccinated free of charge at
the office of the Rtate Board of
Health of Florida, No 9 West Inten-,
dencia street. Phy-icians of the city
have kindly consented to perform
the service at the hour- nam-Id.
WM. K. HvYER.
Agent.

Three Large Stores
Full of FURNITURE. The finest
line of Walnut Bedroom Suites ,ever
shown in P.'n-iacol,. Pretty. nfeatly-
fni-hid 19(jN oak Bedroomin uite- at
all price.. Ittan anMild Cohbler Seat
Rockel-a. hti and little, cheap and
high. Look at them.
0. M. PRYOR'S
BIrgain L',rnlshing House.

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

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


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price .......................... 1 c
36-inch Spring Percales. our
price ........ ............. c
33-inch Very Sheer White Lawn.
our price ....................... S'-c
27-inch Check Nainsook, our
price ..........................
;('-inch Wlite ;ind Coloroed
Pique,. our p;ice............... !c
3)1 inch Whlite Corded Pique. our
price .. .......................1. 5c
:0-inch Solid and White Duck,
our price......................
1 Yard-Wide Sea Is.land Cotton
at ....................... 5,-


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SPRING GOODS.

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


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



Our Stock is Immense!


ti/n.8 an14 Low' P1,i(v'#.


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


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


M Millinery,

'onts I urnishings and (Clothing,
Given A a .


ahl/nost


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


Trn o C PnMlillY I itd ta Viil hn, MNmvnimth rsfthliebmat


Yin uib sr itir Tinut a ou thu Konami ith Pstalislant -at
W~L 1 oiIU U IEUl TIJ L51iVW UHLU 161UUf dIRR bliadli[~UU1lIUMh5i
I! 't fA.q
SWe are Invincibles in Low Prices
This makes our Success.

Mail Orders Promptly Attended tro.
Trade Discount of 5%, on all Cash Purcha-es.


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MANeFAI I 11T El S AN;' D>r IN

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T91?TBIEtwS' WAIT COL!Milo


Calicoes


Domncstics


AT THE OLD


PRICE.


No Advance:


The Kind Ye Hive Always Buet Remember the Place,


Bears tne
Signature ot


Room Mouldings
in all .hud -. plain ans- finry. ;at J
F. Ro- & C .No. 11 N. Palfox
Pl oh0 Ue 2. _4f-,f


I Yard-Wide Fitchville Bloact -
ed. made by L'ni-dal- ('o .
while it la;!s ................ 7 .,o
6o Pip c- Lite-t ('allc, at-...... ;<
I-A4 Shieirif. H-avy. at.... .... 1: .
1-C'a- Pahitlhun'i (GinrLhaiti.
Varranr ted ....... .......... ",
Jn-t rtc'-ived a fi:Il I;-, of Skirt-
and Shirt Wai-;z : *.>or res- ar. t0;.o
lowf-t.
Par:i-<,l ;awl i :nbrer> ;it a ". 7'
l.i- and $1 '>5.
Ladi-e Iir'il|"--'nt P r;,- .I- ii
latot -hLade- at $I.7.' a:' -.'.
To)arrive during tr.f- w- -k ;i'l th",
late-t styles in Lidi--' at ld ('ii ,:r n -
Atriw Hats arnd S.ail.'r-: .-;i- -,,'
roll-i New Sprinz M :':e'- a ..1
1I atnd 2')c. per yar-.


$ 105 S. Palafox Street,


YOURS FOR BARGAINS FROM NOW ON,


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hich with f, .1,'~
flt front hootf. 1.1t -ra --
to folirvr *i-a .
street.



Hudclinz. Palate.: at.
U OAN'4 AT o jW iT
TERE-4T ICA% .*.
TUN'FIl' By PA HTID.
SE('t'ktTiFi M R .'v
LIAM FI~k;.K
STREE r.

cu re-abs rapt s of t., j
f ate. r. r.rdt pr. )D.- t v %
rent. collCt..d or r
Paill on or ~ 1
Real F tattearai I:.- rm:
Fla.Va. Chare-II ,
who huVq a lot -.
with which to h,.:'

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rhureh lot onini,*-:
one-ris hetu*...
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sI4 A e. T 1 cc f; ir* t Si -
on streett kear li...
Wt. 0: 1...

Finlicat %Nj. ~$u
a .en'. F's A p;
Agents 35Pi-c-ith 9*V ,
4 1 H It N 1
h all. up-4twsr..,- ,
pu rpo..-..Applv r,' ,
We-LSttron4.tr...-


F 'K 4r % Er. -4 NM. '


5L*11.-. 1*rvant~sbou... J1 I
road thr" miles troitj..
Land runha&Jong rt wh ifIli .
,road. (iqondoelil. Spren.',i S
farm or suburban hotip.. P'-.
'() K. Will exelising" for .-t%
Daniell. Agont.

sold on easy terms. andj at a P.& -
C.Watona &Co..
FO4R SALE-Tba moEt do--:r,
t b %Y o n Pia s y t or in -i. h v :
Real Estate Agency. 1,. H ai.. W..
5cr. 2"'1 sOUth Palafoz street




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V e hj 14 r.-i R f -i. r.
at &V) Xwot Lft-a~i t,.


Ai %"rrt CaM o- Pir.,-,.t.-
wif- a i ozichinizi,.fo i

Ap -t :-.
A N I Vi,-^ x'%4 31 11,1- l..
CUt. iejIia!lisklKn .4% -.-rm
'..If. ltraedle-y. l, yja .I'


X WASTED-Ail kinds of enaI:v .
vwhiskybottlos. S.A. Fat:z-w..
novmft
W A14T X )-Jl d "949r bogttle"at a c
ear Bros. .-


I' MS18$ KL tPE CHe-I t'l. t'aI,,,: -
and Kn I~a4rei"rr-:ia1-
it.. ffth to-rin an Itee#- r---eI---,.--
tier of Pai'itwt ann I&. k%. r-
tranea on Jack-on. Terrnj. -,-
kmilt
A 1. XL AND1) FF. %I ttF: e
cernor iha-eand tewalle.. -
pares for collIe;. or hu aaiii -4- e.I
Jell. principal. Night tegrm be-
(Pr10IV IF"It-%
C 'r r L.WElps an.l Ilorpei
S pe-cial designs orderoe-ifor-
.311-4 Violette Moreno. &M IW-.t
pbonfe.3219.


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VpromeptlylinbouqUets or sp.-cir.!-.d
M IassViowlvtte Morod.go,:; Wo-5c9,-d
phone a. -


MfR. SAR&H 331 KNE-3Men-j',
VIanD dealer In Hair iioode. Hist.
street.


NOTICE.
There will be a lnmetiig ,
Democratic Executive Coin, i.
Eacambia county at theb ,t
Judge T. R. McColligh. at ttr
hou4e, at7:30p. m on Thur-,t .l
29:n day of March. 19RI). to e,, -
thO qualification of voter-
comining primary election.
C. B. I'AFK I'
DAN MI-RPHY. C1h i:
secretary.

Have Your Pdntii-
;int Paper Hanging don*d t.
ilit'- pe opl.. Inn t nr -to-,t.t
hv patro ,izin< J E. I ... '
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furniture or house /urhi,
ini.s" until you h,, ,
.* It rston 4- Finch'."
Their prices are 1/ '
stock is complete, fi/'
will sell 'loui what /, o1
on lon. time.
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Spring Line of Up)-to-Date Dress Goods.


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


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DAILY


NEWS.


VOL. 30.


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 29. 1900.


NO. 47.


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

WILL BE RECOGNIZED


BOiUIAS AGGAIN ACTIVE.
Krugar Say Ihe Will ILt-ak BIloenn-
f.ntein Within a Week.
.ON D()N. March 29 -4 correspon-
dent of the Timne, makes tlie remark-


able vttate"ut i :i a dispatch freom
'Iwedged by President Hlnoutfle~in ts1!.t at 1;)i m f ore i ia


. s De Facto Oficials.


1 U-_SES DISAI X ILITIA

I%- cit tail. lasm That Het ( aimnot
... That IlAttnt I'rittkv,le-
-iI lain.Ito (IOther ~a%%~t



~ it. 'I tl h* K.'it~xu'kv


mi nlitia t tth.'y tartni.n. hi-
fi!.r ia, he "wi l.'gimrat.-l-
.i,:/ t he i-pnT" io('an iffh
th "ti*iitin the- 1. n et fi'is
zzW1 gti'. orimtrcionn that maitl
.1t- L1 IftlialbV W~1~- 'u,DIa111
e, ~-rzi.r (or ''Te Scerttairv
nh-h mi he de-livetreI No thlt

MAINTAINS HIS INNOCENCE.
'Wout, 1oihnlcq Hat-ug "Iade Co'onfv'aueo
to Plrospreutlon.
FJRA'WKP'IR7. Ky., March 2'3.-There
P- r)o 114-W cevelopumentat this morning
"flieI-t'i~w with tbe' men held ou the
*rgo. .If tw-intr aevw'.vrv to the muioder
i.late 'S'-nat,.r (eie-b4
-%Lh t hcn pr% s-e'uti, mn elahins t,) have
r. Ing rit"eLV A.gaisat Mthe ma
i'.arr,-eat-d toy D,-t*%.iv* .4rtniotrioug
I& ra. t he iam Ure Ieof it minfnotdid-
aji-I u't ia.td of linking a t'ctnfe*;-
;i Is- e. i..rvo-polrt'te.dlto batdine yop-
%.it io, a'Imitt.-d lit- heaptoti .4neflh-
fa.'l hi-it4)utivV maintaina thasthe had
..I-dgt of tho- a rnautnatP'~n. e&-
*h so.eathe- jItilolie kniowri,andl that
.~frowgn the first %-o 4iwl read t~o tell
: .rerrthing hi,' Sw around the.' iz-
I Vw- building the d(ay oof the shooting.
-,-friend, of Y.,vtza deny that tho,
liovra.*tt which h-- naid.- to the attor-
*t-r the orlo<-'utititi an, a.6 tcritni-
tiv and fnll 4)f de't-tils s thdy hairt.
*tailtt' 'apjmiar


ID vto ftiolli In .1l42 .
n ,,ie. Kv March 2>i.- iaptaiin
I e:i> i-.. n. n, ',f th.-aIll go'd a'-,-es-.n,--
minrih-ir f (;ov nor rn- it -,I.
':ir tt.->rn'y. have arr'--d to re'-
- ,:t- ,f I ..o ', i -1Till in jail. no
Sl, ii'. a' ri-e-dl t, -.ee-ute- a unew
*-'* .. -i i.f tir. ,,n r. r .j.e't0 i.
kitl (td.t INT'll sEIw;).
Inn itAr- 1 That he Witl ew Itl wI
i i s tiee' lit o an s ia t j in-*..
,. Mar h 29' -An inter review
A I'; *-:;l-tit Kruger ha- bee-t r.--
S- r.- in whicti hee del tre-
wli nota blowi up the Jeohmii-
-l.r : 1i1zmi.1-'. He -tates that Satl-
St re-aten-d him with death.
.. I cable-d to S ti-buiryv delintid-
( ape pri-lonere taken by the
at leIDonglas tbe treated as pri--
S-,f war and not as traitors, d.e-
S.that if any were executel1
- --.- on 1ritish prionet-rs woald
e I- SMali-bury'!- reply in -eff-ct
i at if one* British prisoner tat
wa' s iitjure-d. bo'i!, Kruger
,-yn wauld be hanged at the
S: the war. Kruger replied:
ri with your htntzincu. hobt r -
that your -on. ltord Edward
.t Mfevkinjl.'-


-'wverer Nnow St4orm
S ti,,. March 29.-A nortthea-t
-t,,: mn last night arnd this. morn-
. r .-ked the railroadsanrd caused
d .1 *cd-nto. An express train ran
freight at Whiting. Ind.. and
.me-rr was killed atdd the fire-
Sur.-d. The New York I.mtit-
Pitt.burg. C. (. and St.
tid Into etiaptie**s on Twelfth
,,i time passengers were bad-
: up,
-'* n*rnmenwt o' Port tltco
'> .,.T March 29.-The hill
:* a. government feor Porto
ks -' ik-n up tio-day. Mr. Bev-
k- in favor it ab-eolute
i.-tw,'-ui the iclatid and
-1 ,tate- and arguJd ai
.I.l aid ;iractitcal ground s
'-- ht- a free thaid waltlt

4 rowersl Ae.eNmat icon.
March .!% # -Them farnmeis
tk -t ttIhav- f-orn:ed a -ta e
', r- A--ciaton. tie ;'rnt -
,, w : i 14 I., ". -tile:
-* ,,! w et e. ; ani0( r u-


1 -a-baa %.. ,Jlall
1arM.cr! 29 -- Pi.patcl:, -
J.a; TI, indit'att- tI'at
,- 11 l;.--aia ana d J:t i 'at,
I,:--l t l1:f, dlt nld d
: .;: " I; M1a-a.inpl .,"
a 0: '- .t -in ia;- I -tr's -

ItI teilnt- *lagui e.
M .l r. .' --T !,.- 1 ...
7 i.2 .t ; ieerne 1: ----


n n I'lh"* tin Itiger.
rch re .-S iwa:
-altlo.el ft-ature at tt,-
Itck market to- l. .
: point:?.


tr.)o1j1.2 hitve lit tided to atid t 1)ie
I;Oer-i.The rran-ivaal forep., arf-
rv-Fqu ijpi n,!. Other Bloemfointpite r
diT.ltc1i.4-A ay Pri-sido-zt K rliger
tj,)iIst thlat he willI retake ffloe~nifs1-
1.-t Withill & week. It ii b wijeved
tt a~t tw mate ichof t he Bri' i-h main
ni iny -,n P1ruzoriat will begin April 2
Brief' War N'ree..
G- nCiernents h :1 (capt ure-d Iaurt -
-ii. Ith.
Th+- I ijk.- 44 Norf 'k la~r~gt~
*S pi-trztu-ter gq-enwrd and has gonle
-,PWi wr with ithe-Sus-(-ex yvomtantry.
C-4I. Pilch.*r. wthi le tvii:. Lady
,iri-itiv. ni a !-kirumi -ht on t i.-' North
M. .ddevr river. H alo L- i.l ve i~'t
w-,m d-d antd !ix capt ured ''it the


1 She iariN. Misarch 2.
tvtiw- e=f--r thje purchase.. 4,f tht ),agim-


HERO OF MAJUBA


HAS PASSED AWAY


BRITISH ARE DRIVEN


FROM LADYBRAND


Gen. Joubert, Commander of Heavy Firing Heard Toward


Transvaal Forces, Dead.


Modder Point.


MAINSTAY OF BOER ARMY BOERS DESTROYING MINES

It Wa. l'brouigh 1il Leaderhblp That Mahe.1fmnry Clownn 1Up With D)lvinarmitf.


Troops of South Alfritin Republics
We're Brought to Their Plresentt High
Standard.


Britt-4 Lho--es Now Foot Up More
Thal' 1(1,0410 ffiverb riad 3len-M~etk-


Leit'Z)MARYL-EZ, 3arc .-ell C'. .iWMe-nc'h 2.Th Pritish'


erul Joubert is dead.
(ene.ral Pietru-.kolius J,>ulcrt,. col-
nmandant general of trh. Trausv.uil
fres., wan horn aoumt 6i years u ago. He
was de?.

for''' taittittered 1*Aioly!)-:zatl witi-,!erot-'i1
to r''rr at hurri.-iil vb-i. irt a large' numu-
lIner if 13 ,- r, wh, -ilia v hav'c' N-, 11t art (if
Ulivit'r'-' iinitatiajud. iriag Iha. t-. b-t
hf-ardntl: M ce*rP. jmr. wh-hi lW-a~lI'


genot family which s.-trtl.-l in South; s:.n t tn nIer M.'tler P.,rt. to the-
'suaathw.rt .f Cle.onrti.n. Pos:itlvy rthe
DHer r.iar guard has bhien eng:;aged there.
Ther. ihav. eon cavalry skirnmi.hes at
b Li'rd R )lH''rt.' u:tpost' illn th Free State
and (;-nmeral Bull-'r's ii Natal.


t.at.-, are -ati-factorily prl, %.-- n, The w.-v, kly ,astualty list .hiows that
ano at it be-liev*-d that a treat i- itn th,- Eritish losses will be verve heavy.
sight. VThe-- ,l hitch i- the pric-. Mr. Wyndham's original ro. ate tiwti-
Denited tate 3 wling o py $3, while mate. that tho war would be carried
U ited tates. iwilling3,through at a cost of not m.rwe than 3,000
..... 4)-0- live. is bouand to be very much exceeded.

The Machinikte Strike. Up to Saturday the British forces had
Co m March 9. -Th ma- .t 2,180 men killed, while 9,807 were
Cob iMIrs. March 29.-The ma- Y wounded and 3,515 misdng or prisoners,
chinists' strike here was settled last e making a total of 15,463. To thoe must
night, the employers agreeing to be added 1,200 deaths from diseeam, or a
take back all the old men, but they grand total of 16,663.
are left free to employ non-uniouists Thee figures, however, do not make
on equal terimt. The men get hours OA EERAL JOi-IRT. evident the actual weakening of the
a day at 2I5 cents an hour and price late Commander in Chief ,f the Trans- British arniy due to illness, hardships
ai1d a- half for over titme. t lofng i mnarehes.
: r vaal Foce. General Ma-Donald, w riding from
A French Cabinet Cri, Afrtio manv yers ago. we S born in Paardeburg, states that the Highland bri-
P.A:Is. March 29i-There are per- Cape Colony, but was taken by his pa- ga at the tme onlfor dut y u 4 officers and
-i-tent reports of a ministerial cri- rents when wvel ea- ld to the e A1t for duty out of a total of
-is. '1 h.1 opposition is making a wher Freve rl y'ear' bwldas tagte 37 .fficvrsand 3,000 men. Hard march-
de-perate atte-impt to unseat thepres- Oralu Free State, wihe- be was taught ing. bivounacing in the open and other
ent cabinet before the exposition front early chillldhxx to 4hott straight trials of the severe campaign have re-
open-. and hate the'Briti-h duced the brigaul'.s s:reugth nearly 50
an haw per ('etit.
He is de scribtd as having bI-n utterly Tito. l,) 00 imnt that re tnainitl of the
Nt YOR. Mra *ne -Cotton i- fearless. Of sc.hohling he had inbt little garrison at ialysmnith a- re recovering
'.2-'7: Jutn*. *-':- Anul.o :* SeMp.- was 19 yea's old. In spite of this, his It iny a e weeks b-foi- they are able to)
temter, J.: q: DleAceunber. :i2:l p Binlition prompted him to) read the few partie'ipate in any military movement.
tebe 1. bxks he ouuld obtain and he sumeaveded Letttrs are now arriving fruiu Iady-
-aefit of the carpett ftund Presh- iu obt-aia& fair knowledge of history smith which show the desperate oondi-
t fant cof turch.arpet fund Preby- d language. tion to which the garrison had come
-.... hc In conioqWunce of the acquisition of when relieved. Only 1,<4)0 mon were
.A. iut *". d's" aiPn. Natal by the British his family moved left fit to rffr any derr rined ristaniee
fr nu Natal and settled in the Trausvuail. to the I io-rs at their time LoArd Mat-Don.
T1:e- f,!,owitl.r. referrinez to a para- Stotn afftonrwvu he lx-canne a burgher of al anrriv'd.
pr iph in TiH N ENws of Mond(hai, has the S.euth African repuibli; and i dearing lntiel States Consul Hay Mid his sbe.-
civfd from in ter- tihte. It Wts c'lailld iln his t behalf rtariy h;:v'e gone to) Kroonstatqr to make
h.. d from .' t nd*o id that he <.ld L'aula thMiv *of n, m-l Ior i, n'.---.airy arrangmeirents for lUnitel
r,-'I .11lentt. 1T E Nws g.E ,,t t, int .-ut.e. f *, ::.ation :.to tte* i-ntl h> f ho"Ned'-. y ,:her man in the Tran-t-al. He A clisjii'i h r,.'eived her' froml thli
!:o- fr 'It a p rnit-i.'t iI ,tlntin ttau'' to be so feared by the natiVes that B-rir hei.tlquairt-rs' ill Natal announ ipw-':I.-n tIh knowwledge that h4. '"ii at th.' lihad that th1' de.tn<'tin ,oinitinues of' (oal
',I 'f a punitive (.'.j1a diition uuntHlly r. -iiltd iln's l'!i..Iy t)o Nh useful teo the British.
'loit II len,'th otf 'Mr. ;rn .. lInic, in their *.urrenidtor. The Dundee collirv has het-n hMlown
,.4 miles.;.c..iprising )part of thmrotii l t w\a durinKg the w\. wnh thc ra- up, th, P 1 .ehinery destroyed and the
rt1e froIn :t.. .L'ui to (; tlv'ei-ton In ti,. s Ihat JouNbmrt l-'mtqi'n a. ui.iit.-,d rlimn' han;. Its'na reniderted u '.:in. 'iotn with the- S.aita Fe -'.- Pwith PaI Kuer luld ti tw I'- lit,-t1t"on-h tee (conte.
t 'mi. Train -ervi(.,e- : l I to e ) I- t 'ian n b.sotm friends. lt, \vi t-. (t, l A .'-r !ing to a disatch frn)ii Kron-
;p>;ia-ed in tie Utnitt-d Stite Ir. vie-.- pj ident of the Tran-svtul iln I'm;, sta<.. i '..iiyim iinlduat ( livier La.. j,,in'-d
t-reen 's lin,., proper r, t e-quipp.-d defeated Sir Geirge, Coll,.-v ut M.juii G"enirnra!. (n;rhliir and Lrnint r.
ith ele'aut cafe and dining Hill in 1I1" ard u.tdas tpre.-id.ntof rthe. centrall )D-lare.v is still sick at Prpto.
eltr. between the trnrini t Plari- republic in 1944, durtilg Pre.side-nt Kru- ria, lit ht will pore,. to the front Sun-
and Enni-). all owned by "*Ned," g,-r's absenoe in Europe. day. Trains are fre(lueontlyvleaingwith
whose private car i- a mo,,l-l of ele- generall Joubert was always in favor, burgh'--. for the lighting lint on this
:ance, .second t.o none. No expense of the uae fof force instead of' diplomacy, side' cf lo'nmfontein.
i spared to make Itlh Texas Midland and President Kruger ion evral o-a- It is le-arned that G(en, 'al- Olivier,
ip-to-date, or rather, ahead of all sionshad great difficulty in reprenintg (;ro,),Liir and Ir-mner have arrived at a
nornpetition. bis hotheaded colklague, notable in 1S7,) pint suff.riently far north toe relieve all
TH: DAILY NEWS hai evidently when Joubert, with Kruger and 'Ien-- apprehOnsi.in-, of the' possibility ()f the-ir
line Mi. Green an injstice. and this rint. was planning the rebellion to over- bting tut off. It is e-xpe'-t*ed they wil!
- given in good faith as information,. throw the British rule in the Transvaal. arriv- at Windburg in a few days and
FAIR P'LAY. The result was Majuba hill and the foIn a unction with .Jewott, when theI
practical independence ,of the Transvaal. federal. position, it is declared, will
(:in y.vu afford to minis it for only lU wa Joubert who orgnnimed the army formiet Ably oppose Lmrd Ro.laerts.
"' c('ct-? of the 8&uth African republi<. Sir Alfred Milner arrival at Bllewm-
Aa(--ording to the genemrl's plans ev.e-v f',ntein last night and was nmet by Lordl
At mt IRegistratlon. native became a trained soldier with(41it R to-rt. and his staff.
An article in a morning pap#-r ure- leaving the farmt with his t*qnipmeut al. A,*e herding to the same dispntteh (Gen-
ng voters to regi-ster in order that waVh at hand. So nei:r perfect was the .rul Frit.-h. previous to returning t4)
her may participate It the I- system carried out that within 48 hours Bloenmfontein. occupied the flour mills
reaching primary ic somewhat nii. after the parent war was dew-lared the -ar Ratttr, which is a valuable acquisit-
'ading. R-gitratior. is not a pro.- Btoer nation was under anrs. tion.t.
equiaite to such participation. The It was also due to General Joubert that Repe)rts from in R xvilhl and other
nrmary i3 called under the law reg- the South African republic sue4vwod.l towns say the s.urr-ndder eof anuin t. the
lating that subject, and all persons in amamaing the ammunitions of war British ,continue satisfactory.
those names are now upon the regis- and proviaiomts which have stood them (Gieneral elementss toli.ma.n centered
ration books will be entitled to vote i such 1od sted luring the e',anfi.t Faurestih "'i.,lay Marcth 2. having
herein provided they ha i paid now In prres. Iir.'vi)ou-ly ei-eupiel LUi'grsmt.tini.
heir polil taxes for the years 188and When the Jammeon raiders were ltked The dispate'h frinm Matsru, Pasuto-
9". Under the law according tto up iu Pretoria jail. .Tnhert as tronigly land, dated Tuesday. Marlh 17. says the.
hose Unrovieions the primary ha. in favor tf their imnit-diate exe.-ution. Bee rs are r-eatering laldy.hrand.
woen called, no new registration iQ In 5 zit4- of these charaet.e'stis. Jou. A .pe'.ial dispatch from Bl ,..mfiont.in
< aired. The county supervisor of tert, in frth'te 1<1' on.e, showed con sid- says:
Pi-tr.ttion will. in du time. open erabl' regard for the usages of civilizae- Th. eri.oe of inaction is coming to
i btr.ok for the rei ra due tion ,f rt..: When the I .irs raided the Brit- an end. Troops are ti-.ing pushdit to, the
oter- for the general election. Th1e i'Jt tlm r f Bnalntlt-td i ,i. fri nt and tn.qtrts and stores are be-
-.. .... ... . .. ...,,i.... J',ul.'rt \w'. lrbably th-e ,elt' reir in ,oelhe'ted."


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coun It t ax i il" ector a- liO l II
whatever to do with the resti-tra-
tion ; htis aduti-s5 extend only to thi"
receiving of poll t:ixea..

.lury Falled to Agret*.
Carm'. N .T.. Mare-h 2"-.-Aft.r hav-
int l-e''n Ot ainle' 4 o'<'linck Tu,-edLi'
nft'rniiu th,' jury in th,- e'.- ,f \\'Wil-
hi.ui H HIa Iv and H.ward K. Slmin. the,
Phil:'i, -llphia n,.ine-tvp-pr ini-in who, wr
tri.-I f *r e''n-pirming t, iujur' tht- r p uta-
S .f Eu ,' lh.'n, ll .f thi- .'itv. 'anme
.:::,, urt -hior.vy aft. r le ',-,.-k thlis
;ia.narII:g antl t a nou:in-1e,'h tli:'t t1hey hail
.tl," t, arr,. Th, y w4 ,.-ihari.r'd





S..1

.- .i * <':'o-;einn: d .mf-l ,itif-
.-- i-w. Y ir a t-r **.:ou;J have
i :. 'n in .
.Ittcn, hital",' s opening' to-
yn7or OW Tilu;sdar' and Fr'.-


nent Boer who refused to .-upprt tihe
muovm'-nent and his opim-itionn resulted in
tht- withdrawal of the' Be'rs from thi e
territory sized. ait h lithr<-atien'ed to r.i -
ign1 unless be had his way.V:
In No',vemlwxr last it walt. report,*d that
(Gerniral Jouibert ha'l ,."'.i killh*'l inacri n
uind later report.- s.id ti)' was danl,'ir-
i.1ly wvul:,'dl anId ii.iti i to i-u i cart tin
ere-r to foll.-\v the, ,p.uintin-. in trh.
t4, M. Thet c:r, ';- ..tan i i- ,-f thte ilcatthi of
--ni.ratl .hToul.rt ;tr are,,t '-xp'lain'" in th*-
dit-intch' fr-nm rI,'-nzi* M.aruei/.. \\h.-iehi
r..-'al, ;h,. fact tl:at W :11:tmu C,,x. a
nlw-\vWpI'r rre.'- ',.d-nit. wh- ;,i- r, -
cenitly r- l-,ase-., fr-'ni imin-'a at Protri:a
V.iAl wh. ha.- n:Live-d at l)t.:r1-, .si li
;..---n, l Joul.rt va. a lp .r.ntly -u.-
i-tet-"d f i alf-he'art -ii-..-. a,,l Ithat hisi
f \', ldw il in I b'i-n ,r a: i-it handle ,i f
th.- bnurgher- if P'ro t- n.i, \v.t- 1 -1i el

Dr. Bull's Cough Svrup Cures over
n .:at t:i- ino-t t .i r.' ., I n- -:' a- 3
cU -,o 'ii'.-> t no:,i' .' 'l;- l: :I ':11 tl- I throia t
'iu ky vo!,'- r in i "( I l :'. I: t!r-
Ti!no.t Wofnd-r.(t"r iilt du.ced.

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


A NEW


COALING


STATION.


One Will Probably le Estabhliherd on
('rah I-lint.
W \-Itl'V;T N M:r h at Vi\. hi:i ft Si:u .iiuatn for Is-Li
D,.v niu,.- n eor i''-'l i-lainil, ,-urthea.st if
1', rnr Ri.,. toi l.k f'r a pgml harlre
thel-r- The- e.xiloratin i- ulel-rrtaken
1hv th.- navy eT arTiie-nt at rhtine ?.ng- ,.-
ti'lon f the' nav.tl \\lwar .'- 1gt which mat'
r-a-,on te .n-. t tlhat Cral -lhind, iln all
an, ,rhlielit~y. lha! tr<-,n-inml.';u strate'gi,,
pl',.ihilitit-.. e'.;*,* i.lv in tn- event f
th'- viitt',l SlaR! 'ail g; t., a.'qei .' the'
Ihani.sh W\st IL.h!,--.
It i. 1h-li.-Ved that s'.uldll a geol, hbar-
b-r lw foitmii the r. a fo,rtifii',l naval oal-
ing. Iktt-e i1-houlfl Ie- ,re Tiip ly T!iib:lshe.,l
with the e ,bj''-t ,-f ni nialuding the' e a-tt-rn i-ntranicf-tNs )t the-
(C':arrilan i-a than w.'uld be- f'.-a.ble
from San Juan.
"Saafe hind, ,afe find.' Fortify
yourself by taking Hood's r-aara-
rilla now and be sure of good health
for months to core.
Attend Fak's opening
to-morrow, Thursday and
Friday.


CLAIMS TO BE 122 YEARS OLD.
Juhll Mch(.uW btll atSstutUent.'su.sta*Uin by Afllda-vit..
JAi r.-.Nv:,..::. F lA.. M r' h *2: -b.TJohn
M ,v:a. un.)wv living in clay unity,


OPENING OF MACRUM'S


MAIL AT CAPE TOWN


. : :-, r a n.nl..r t i hi:e,, Ex-Consul Before Foreign Be-


L, n. *ti14 a.' b"-n .jtc.1-h- F'' rh'



.,Ili andiw 2 Iiv*-jr' .11.io
t ;:i eth 1 ti- tiotit', i worn"0

wa_ II*' 'il J r.-Jai r vit ii 1



,I- .f'-th fl h mt 44 tlge 't, i

0 Mr 11'.4 ; l -,mn'~., 'iaili 1, .to Ihi-; agn.
If thm' .-1.1 i*ln iam '.rim.'hr a 'l-lit-.ilg,


DIVIDEND WAS DECLARED.

to 114. Int G0CMI !Shape.
Q71PIAN'. 4;1&.. Marcn'. lthln


lations Committee.


RELATES HIS EXPERIENCE


L-P'mnnntartine'nt CIjilmer- '.%Ir. Hiwai.rel Rew-
gairci' It a cian FAliort to MIuke Scsws-
thou Out cof Noetal'.11g
Wt-.IANOToe, M~arc'h -2,-Charl. s E.
'it Ea f .'t 1i1 v-rp- 4 ..d.4the Animr-
leant t'x-c.im-ml at r't'a. nhew'arabt--
ft.rc' tl!.- hion-zt- f. 'i'tigim jffjji&r- "' intitte.'
ande t *t if ttll-.IXi~',t l inme~jg-lugixirier h.-
zcnff.'r-.* at the- haztd-.of the llx'.i-h dur-
ingr hi, iamcutilmitnxcy. Xii. a h-' gve out
hi.-; Shtitf-'ii-t ~ ae-;A'~,Il %vvs WA. ad.elee lning
that hk fi 'ii'al nmaii had i1w-,' n ep'n~ed by
Briti-.h a'ftloiul.-4, R*et'eita y'Whtel&-r
culin fortuall iMIttrehyi'ei & t'~ttti'e


n-lal n.ewring tj f rhe st'4t'khi.,lh'r' off the It wa.s subt.4iu.-ntly arnmiged that the
South G-e)r.iia R lway .'.:npalny the re- foreign ffaire committee should take
lprts 'f th.. president and tretaurer thouaurter up .: its own volition with-
ahowed a splendid financial condition., out any din-reti on from the hou e ant
the property being worth more than Mr. Macrmu was summoanedl to Wash-
doubhle th arnimunt of sto-k outstanding ingon to testify. In opening Mr. A-
above' all liabilit.ngon totetify. In opening Mr. Ma-
The net earnings for the fiscal year crum reeled the statement he mnuMk
ending Feb. 28, last, were above 430,000. same time ago to the Afxociated Pre.
The board of directors declared a divi- That statement, he maid, practically em-
dend of 10 per cent, which wi be IPy" bodied all he had to say. He explained
able on and after April 1. Preliminary
steps have been taken looking to the ex- that when he asked for have of absence
tension of the road south to Tampa or he desired to come home for private
some other I)oint on the gulf oatst. reasons and also because he desired to


ADVISED TO GO TO AFRICA.
Iev. Sparks Advoca.te's Negro Enmlgra-
tiot to That C(',untry.
BAL.TIMOUE, Mi.ri'h 24. Thin Rev.
Sparks, edu'cati,;idtlagenmt f h-i..national
Baptist convention, in anl admire. to the,
negnr Bpl3itist preac'h rt. he-re urge-' s emi-
gration to Afri'a.
HITe s.id ithat thi nte-r'-o wa; trans-
planted lby force, and coiil4l n11it tlhi Nve-as
he' should until hie returned' to the Inmd
of his fathers, and that the opportuni-
tie- f,or advancement in nuiaterial matters
a'ld the scieuco fd government would l >
afforded which could never l'- the for-
tune of the negro iu this country where
the preldontinance of the white ra-!e, was
'constantly increasing, owing to ('igrit-
tiont.
IDr Bull's (ough Syrup ftrnishes most auh.
-trit~ lti icomifort and relia to con-u aII c-
tiv,.; it work n most r markabhie run a
l>'.'l't dedlf r. Koilo'f oq n 'ev n itilt I |)*- :i)fi"
a <'ur 1-h p ibhble wit'i thi%- wori -lful
rminedy.
llrl'gilr Itc in Dowin.
MNo q Sp s es. Ala.. March 2.-
BIurilars hr oki into ti. storho,,u-i' of J.
M. Ellih & Son at Thompiron. Deputy
J. (. Cannichael, with the hounds, hur-
ril to the sneti. They put the dogs on
the truck, but this co uld inot be, followed
farther than where- a here had been
hitched. The track of the horc- was
then f allowed by the persons who had
gathered, and the horse having thrown
off one sl h e, was easily followed to the
home of Bill Marlow, a negro, where
nmst of the stolen puo e were recovered
Bill has implicated a moted negro poli-
tician, Jerke Thompson, and a negro
named Reuben Townsend. All three are
now in jail here. The hIss sustained by
the burglary is about $25.
Twenty Inche* of %now.
MmIJ.ETrE, S. D., March 2M. The
W)nrst blizzard of the 4wasm prevaiLs
here. Twenty inches :of snow fell last
night and a heavy north wind is blow-
ing. However, te temperature is mod.
rate.
Appiilies For Retirenment.
WASHINOTON, March 2.-Rear Admi-
ral B-ujamin F. Day has voluntarily
applied for retirement from the active
list of the navy aend his name will be
placed on the' retired list today. He waa
inaapmaitaited for duty by falling down
anll elevator .shaft several mouths ago.
stranded Int a nowstorm.
PearTI::D.tAM. March 2'<.-The Holland- c


Anmerican line steamer Stutendam from
New York March 17, fo.- this. p)rt, went
aground at Maasluis during a snow-
sterm. She' will proilably float next tide.


A irluhinful Blunder
Will often cause a horrible Burn
Scald. Cut or Briise. Bucklen's Ar-
niea Salve, the best in the world.
will kill the pain and promptly hiea'
it. Cures Old Sores. Fever ,orpes
i'lcer-. Boil-a. elons Corns.all tkkir
Eruptions. Best Pile cure on earth.
Only 2.5 cents a box. Cure guaran-
teed. Sold by W. A. D Aleniberte-.
Druggist.

We are Sol01e Aenlts For
Kayser & Allman'-. ('h,i-. Mf. N
Kellen's and Cleveland Wall tP,.'?.
<4'-'-. l'in- W all Fiper- F 'l li'
of ,.inple--. J. E. I,,--a & C,. N,,. 1.
N. Palafex. Pheton- 2'.-2. 24f-tf

Don't Pay $40 and $50
for St- WINI. MMACHINiS- when v('- r
c-t in uy th.- best make with ial th.
Itt. iLi provements at 0. M.. Pryor'-
Br rain Furniture Hou-,, for frori
#1. etoee 31). Our household furniture,
i- eqIaelly is cheap. Call an see(-
:hte big'stock.


place before the United States govern.
ment certain facts which he deemed it
e gennttl te2o) byowv here. He under-
sto~, he .sad, that rthe British had pod-
session of 'our able either. He' was not
certain oif this, but he had since had in-
frnatrion which convinced him that hi.
su-i i,'iou, 't- .\'," rorre,,t.
He al.*) de-ired information as to) hi6
Course When the set tleneant cante at theo
end (of the war. Furthe-r hle had a peti-
tion fn)un some Ane -rican re-sitlents in
the' Tran.-vaal asking th'it th.- .fnitslt
States maintain abl,,lnt nt-utrahty
which he wanted to pre.-t-ut to the state
delau'ti.ient.
Asked as to when he was first satisfied
that his mail was liting taiiuleredl with.
he said that war was declared Oct. ;34.
He did not receive any mail between
that date and the sA)ne t week in No.
vemlbr. (O.-dinirily he hadl a ix of
mail every w\e-k.
P .ser'd for spe-ific uifornmation as rto
hiow. hi get the intimatiion that the Brit-
ihN w*re ,opening aindI dclayiug his mnil.
he rejpli.di that wh:-n hi.s nail did not ar-
rive he t '!'granhedo r' n.-,talat I. rena,
Maruttiez reque-utingr him to iniquire 'of
Caipje T'own why it w.5, i-i:.' delayed.
The consul r,.)lied that he a.l-o hail r'-
eiv d nio i n il.
Mr. Ma,-runii -id 0hl- lahy' of his mail
tcr'-ate-d a o('vim-ti.ini iIn hi' tuintd that the
British auithonritieswe r.- r ,n-ible. Thn-
first actual evidence he hald wad s the r ,-
ceipt of two opene-d 1-trters. He pro-
duced the enveloues which h'- said exin-
tained thos,- letters. One was from a
private citizen, addressed to the' Uited
States consul at Pretoria, anl the other
was to him by name froin Colonel Stow'.
at O(Jape Town.
Mr. William Alden Smith of (Chicago,
questioned the witness sharply on rei-
smns forr eating his belief that the Brit-
ish authorities had p IsetMioeinof the state
department's cipher.
Mr. Marrum .-aid he eauld not affirm
that fact from actual knowledge, but
there were certain facts which convinced
hint that su,'h vwa the caw He ac-
knowledgel that on Nov. #; he had ca-
bled the t.tate department in 'ipher ask-
ing for a leave of aboence. The me iag
had gone through Durean. The aXez
day, Nov. 7. he said. he had been in-
fo)nnel that a newspaper at Durban
printed the fact that he had asked for
leave of abe-nce.
Mr. Smith proeedled to interrogate
Mr. Macrum an to the charaa-ter of the
code used by him in this dis-atch.
"The message said Mr. Macnum.
"war sent in the state department cipher
of the Slater et le."
At this point Mr. Howard of Georgia
interposed to question the utility of the
examination af Mr. Mactrum. "It looks
to me," aid he, "like an effort to os-
coot a sensation out of ne.thing."
Rev. John Reid. Jr., of Great Fallis,
Mont.. recommended Ely's Creanm
Balm to me. I can emphasize h1s
statement. "It is a poitiv-e cure for
eatarrh if used m4- directed."-Rev.
Francis W. Poole, Patitor ('Cntral
Press. Church. Helena. Meont
After using Ely's Cream Balm *ix
wpee'k I believe my-cetlf e'"ir-d of ca-
arrh. Josei-ph Stewart, (raind Ave..
Buitilo. N. Y.
"i'he It-'lm doe,-- not irri:at, orn cau**a
n,.eezitnl. Mtold by druI.'.%i-t. at .Ai1
't., or itnail d by Fly -rother-. 56
WVarr-tn St New York.


We will ltirndpr your -,r-padead for
", c-t -;nt- f ainidl nt-kke t:.-'ii leo)k
ik- ii-w. Star Laiint.dry.

WooD W INTIE.I)
nil- ir- l.-. -ir- f. r r of
-if o pine wood.
221ilw PIm'-i ri 1 E ('Co.

We have moved to !I S. P, I'o x street.
We area prm .e*nt i tur, here. All e
want i as na ll part cf your patronage.
Call and look tour instruments. THEY
ARE BEAUTIES.

JclS F:cni Pi n0 & Orzan Co.
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Wages Are Advanfed.
CoLratI-. Ga., March 29. The
aedard of wag"'- is bei'ig raised among
workingmen in C lumibus. This city is
nw* perhaps the l-st "'organized" one.
in the south, so far as th handing oft
workingmen into unions is co4inci'rnltl.
71e advance, in wage-s is due to the gen-
eal pro~i'erity whi-'h is visiting Comlum-
Ibs and al,. t. the fact that the dem-anmd
o(irtwniz, ailKr r'-4ve n more atten-
toa than the- deiuan'l-4 of individuals.

STAGE GLINTS.
WMery manager in New York pnid
$100 for his box for the E. E. Rice bln-

Inaneon has been eng-aned to sing at
Batreuti. lite is the tirst rrenchmatn
So bonore'ld.
Alvarez. the tenor. hais gone back
from New York to Eurlpe. lle only
cane over for a short season.
Edwsrd J. Morgan is playing In "The
Umbaseaidor." and Eu::net ('orrigan
has taken hisi place in "'leu-IHur."
Vltecr lherlwrt was lately presented
witb a handxonue silver loving cup lty
tlhe melt'ers of his Pittsburg orches-
Ira.
It Is d.1-fiit-ly .1- 'stith! that C(ssle Lof-
tns s'a&ll appear with Mine. o.1Mdjes'a.
as Vi<;ti and als) in "I.Ia Bataille des
Fan.es."
It s toll t tlst the 'hinese minister
clciatedl is nled:titor a:ud settl'd cer-
iniln dif<''lrtn--es I*etx 'w'fli Clh ig:: rng
'tbo nn-l hI iis ti:i;<'!'S.
Iletr.-y V ll.'nondl's l!ay. V**Vhen We
Were '"'T. *h.:y -oir." has n iade a suttees'
In New York. thouiui!i 'st praise goes
to N .t I ;v.i!, :iINd M :axil. lL: ,,ott.
Paul <:::i.:. re l.-is lt ri l eved of
t hi e I'; l w Ie:'1.' I'",n ;irryil n In his
ik ne ,- i :. .-'. ; t :' il:-' :'t 'i ..ty 'r
the .N I:.y. v. : i n ; i a :-tA;i;eI ac-
cidert iu lan ,..;I.r
iMrs. RIhi:.d ;i M:t:stiihl. who wais
M iss leaterivo', < ,:tt;.r'itt n i the stag''.
was reinlly Mi- Susie' Steemianii of)
Troy. SI,- Ins ree.-itly Ioi:ghlit in un-
der foretlos ire of tiiirtlg:ge; for $2.( the Ioime ot her cii'i',d., where her
father still lives.

A wmrn naImej E. Pres-on. of Pres-
sonville. Kans., wrote a letter the
other day. h:yiniz the opinion of
Pverybody intt his town who has uspd
Foley's Honey and Tar iz. that it is
the very best medicine for la grippe.
co0.ds, cugh, etc. WV. A. D'Aleni-
berte.
Handsome pictures, bric-
a,-brac, etc., in endless ar-
ray at rock bottom prices at
Marston 4 Finch's.
VINTEE.
Vutedt o k u I bieds of uctme
R dirlttr, rckauilis,. c.
AruIn lel 142.

Coffee! Coffee!!
We call the attention of
the general public to the
fact that we hare one of
the best equipped Roasters
in the South, and that we
can furnish th is delicious
beverage at prices that
defy competition. I 'e also
wish to remind you that our
Coffees are always fresh
from the Roaster. IW while
others are old an d h arc lost
their aroma, ours is fresh.
and delicious.
3"ew Orleans Grocery Co.,
J.4S. M'HlUGH,
Phone 1(i7. Proprietor


1f. 6CAll btr 5enate ta 'nfio'1.
(,all ifor a~a ,mtc. oa.-mncra nt ioconventa Iion to
te held at J~ntk'aonali'il. F'Ia.. a. -,:lay, JIU:1"
114. LUAW:
Tbe .J''nt crA,: C-- r v 'f Ii.- 'taftof Flor-
ida will hold 0alii ''r'i'ti a'an t .1 ck,.nrn-
witlie on 'Au' day. I;ne 14. at 1:'noust. fort i'I
hul'uuaiigiiitii
Toeblams- fiiea.:azt, -)-arr'prp"ait SIlle'-atatev
In the nat '''vigl dentt''craaiic con 5,-itieif. toa
be bpld at l'ft I'.u"% CCI IV. M.. .JoiiIV 4. 14:41. to
hionleat.' caimdtital.eefor IlU' .i* '. of 'u..i'
trner. cm:...'J .;"t :.'euf C., -Uprum- Ce'u. t.
a *t'vearva:!Wt ?tatt'. tari.:.tanra,
4 Ovmv4trdblil--r. 'it' ;-'ir'r. t-'u,"'riatende'nt 4ai
PVallic In at-ai a'v!c 1w1 e..'ait:In--I, neiieroef A xr.-
* ufturv.ta ~l~i ii tican a omtic s -- ianer for t I:
termut41 f -ur ye? rs. iu -'r.'a xiiFieI -c
.'rsani four alir.)a h o I,.'eat elfaor %I
hrux :Ih'r "'.-I*- Ii lIe'c10

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gaut7.&t&ioeiar-,re'an zH ,eiIcbey he-'laIn%; tat'-
"mflowft itl. All i 'tto-rmt% titre itiva ted I.
parti.-apst, inutii:. alt-s'ticoa of det.&eeil's
,be-re'c I ia..udin.. t~imin- mb'mh-t."' h.evumii
.~sasasfl..to %e 40et.. since' t 11" lataeleerion.
Tbehasht' nse and secretary of each cou i
ty ceanveni aoau hiele.1for tthe urpase eof eli's. -
Ing 4CI.'I Au-" Stothe state' convention it-,,
roqasc'ated I--s-iad 1,D HeeD. W. A. Bawl%.
crha~irmun.11'alatiaahe. Iris.. A written or
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HANDSOME WINTER HOMES.
Car:nea ep Are Building Palattial Resi-
dence at (urtnberland.


BRItN swv K, Ga., March 2"'.-While
Andrew Carmntgie i- busy e-nd.,wingli-
br:ries and .s,-tlin, trou!,les with his
old partners. the family. h.taded by
Mrs. Lucy '.in,..,ie, i busyv building
winter paoke-'s on Cumn-rL:ud island.
Mi)rris Carnegie is building near his
mrhr, while t,,ward the north end of
the island. at Plum Orchard, George
crnlegie' is erecting a a autiful home,
und at the old Stafford Iplace Will Car-
nfegie has a hand me new place. An-
drew (arn i.ie, now in New Orleans on
his w-eldiug tour, will commenc-e to
brild .shortly. and Mr. Rickston, Mrs.
Carnegi*.'s saon-in-law, will lbuill this
coming sunimer.


The Detachment.
He loved her for her wondrous hair,
So narvelonsvl rich.
But when he saw it cn a chair
Iove's train o! thought. just then and there.
Was wrecked by a misplaced switch.
-Elliott's Magazine.
The Way It Works.
"Younc man. don't you know you spend
too much money on the theater?"
"Yes, I know it. but I am too poor to
ever get any passes, you know."-In-
dianapolis Press.
Consolatiom.
If the winds blow cold. dear brother,
And the air is keen and raw,
Remember the culdeat weather
Comes just before the thaw.
-Philadelphia North American.
Safe Emough.
"Sir." she exclaimed. "you kissed me!"
"Oh. well, never mind," he replied rt-
assuringly: "I have no faith in that germtn
theory!"- Philadelphia North American.
How's This
We offer One Hundred Dollars re-
ward for any case of Catarrh that
cam o: be cured by !all'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 & TRI-AX,
Wholesale Druggists. Toledo, 0.
WALIINu, KINNAN & MARVIN.
Wholesale Druggrists. Toledo. 0.
Hall's Catarrah Cure is taken in-
ternally. acting directly upon the
blood and mucous surfaces of the
system. Price 7hc. per bottle. Sold
by all drutrists. Testimonials free.
Hall's family pills are the be-t.

I will repair your watches and
jewelry in flrst-class style. J. I.
B:ephens.


i'EVIY DROP


Iold Robbery at (;Gaddln.
GAEDrrE. Ala.. Ma.rnh 2S.-O:,,;of the
bhldost rob,-.ries andi atr

known in this section ixecurred almost il
th--.' hurt oif th" ci-Vy al ,! o ia' of the
princiicel re-idence- str,-,.-ts. J:,ne.s Hay-
g*erni;t,. who l;w.rks at th jisi' w. and lives on Fifth street t. had eaten1
brea.,fr-rt andl )ou. t; work. l.. Vilg hi.s
wif.. lr(. Two n t e.nt,.rd tin huse,
ounid an l tagg.d her ;aiidrirld a ttrnik,
.t.enring a finie diamond tniat $1 7. After
securingg the mIno y they att;:itted to)
:tss'ult the wnium. but w.-r frighten,'d
awv.y.
nla Luck.
First Nursegirl-So you've got a new
place?
Second Nursegirl-Yes.
First Nursegiri-Do you I:Le it?
Second Nursugirl-Lile it? Why, it
; right in front, of a police station:-
Indiaua Weekly.


Cause -'or Thankfulnea-.
"Just as I opened up the front door
this n oruing the newsboy flung the
rolled up paper, and it hit me on the
nose."
"You must have been glad it wasn't
the Sunday edition."-Clevelanl Plain
Dial'.-r.


A Moving History.
Eminent Actor-At one time I was a
stage hand.
Admirer-Yes; I noticed in your blog-
ralphy that early in life you began to
shift for yourself.-Baltimore Amerl-
can.
Duty and Habit.
Po,liceman-If I did me Juty, I'd run
you in.
Protesting Citizen-Oh, don't go out
of your way on my account.-Philadel-
phia North American.

A LITTLE KNOWN' F'ACr.
That the majority of serious dis-
eases originate in disorder of the
kidneys. Foley's Kidney Cure is
guaranteed. Try It to-day if you are
not feeling well. W. A. D'Aleim-
berte.


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was an ANCIENT who, used
to burn wood.
i4 for BILLS that lie paid
when he could.
was the COAL that lie after-
wards bought.
is the DIRT and DUST that it
brought.
is the EVIL tlusr- things
brought to pas.
was his FOLLY in inot using
gas.
is the GAS George u atd in llis
stove.
is the HEIGHT of j, y gas
brought to his honiw.
is the INDIAN; lie doe,-i't
use GAS.
cannot use it. for J tlie
JACKASS.
is the KITCHEN wN,.ar. UA.r
is the fuel.
is the LAU'NDRY, t!ley-er
b ,th of 'emu co l.
is the MONEY, -:tved by ai
Gas Range.
is for NOW. th'., beat tiw.m fur
a chiauue.
is thp OFFER tihe Cor.p;1;l-ny
makes.
i- tle IPROFIT. dl 't niUt ke a
mistake.
iq for QUESTION: no ques-
tion at all!
is the RANGE you s':,:uld
buy before Fall.
is the SAVING you ic:iak. if
you do.
i- the TIME and TItOl'Il.E
saved, too.
Is. tl' I'NION of ('Cominfrt
andt thrift.
is VEXATION, r.ow cut it
adrift.
i- WISDOM in havi:., ;i
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FOR GOVERNOR OF ALABAMA.


;.ca- ratl Whelh'r's Friend- I'r.-e Him
to .Itake the Raee.
-.' n .-T, IN. J.r'i -1'S.--Si:'. hi r'-
rn i t,, 1 .,' .!.ishi ,:r!. t( -nir.dl \Vi;. ,-l..r
ha.s I :i .a r'nmut'r ,f 1l.rt,:r.- fr:n A. l-
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(. -:*rv Wheeler hils? If will sayV
i. 'tf- iing 1 rthi," Iubjct,. but the iniprs-
-iin it- i that he w ull' not attevli t: 0
run. very f:'srt to keep away from the
onminatiou if he should find it headed
his way.
,atrnimony and Crime.
"I liegan my :areer of crime." said
the fanmons crtnilual. "when I married
the second time."
"Did your second wife lead you
astray?" asked the sympathetic visitor.
"Not so much as the first one. It
was she who preferred the bigamy
charge."-Philadelphia North Ameri-


for Infants and Children.
Castoria is a harmless s substitute for Castor Oil. P.r,
gorie, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Phlea'..n,. I|
contains neither Opitun Morphine nor other Nar, ,t,,
substance. It destroys worms and always Feveriih,.
It cures Diarrhlea and Wind Colic. It relievs T.,
ing Troubles and cures Constipation. It regul.itt, *
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural h-i.,"
The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend.

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take Foley's Honey and Tar before it
too LATE. W. A. D'Alemberte.


A CALL


For Democratic Primalies and Con-
vent Ion.
Resolved, That a convention of the lDem-
ocratic party of Escambia county sbhll he
leld at Powelton at i o'clock noon on the
14thday of April. Mil. for the purpose of
selecting twelve (112) persons to represent
c'tcadnbia county at the Iistrict Convin-
tiou to nominate a candidate e for ('Cogress
andfor the purpose of e'lecting twelve i 1'
persons to represent Escatnbia county ait
the State Convention at such tune and
pace ts may be fixed by the ltate and Con-
gre-.sionial Democratic Comllmittee' and for
the purpose of selecting a County Execu-
tive Conmmittee to hold until their succes-
sors shall be selected int lnr2.
'lihe precincts are and shall be entitled to
the following representation at said Coum-
ty Convention:
No.1. Nix's ..
No. 2. Kupfrtnti's -
No. :, M illv w ........
No. 4, Ferry Pass ...............
No. 5. Hurst's 1
No. ;. i'owelton .. ;
No. 7, Pin" barren .. .. ........
No. ,. rna tree .... "-'
No.P llult Springs 2
No. li. Wardt & Hollati'l-, I
No. 11, W alnut Hill ..... 1
No. 12. Pensacola 412
No. I1., rt-usacula 4
No. 14, Pensacola ........ I..
No. 1.. 'anIsacola I'
No. 16, 'inevilla e 1
No. 17, Brent'. I
No. 1, M'cllavid 1
No). 19,. Molino .... . 1
No ;.,. Hltonatut ..... ,
For the Ipurrose of electing delegates froln
the several precincts as aoove 'et forth and
for the purpose of nominating two candi-
dates for trie House of Representatlves, for
the purpose of nomiinating a candidate for
thertiT, a candidate for Clerk of Circuit
Court, a candidate for Tax Collector, a can-
didate for Tax Astessor, a candidate for
STr-easurer, a candidate for County Judge. a
candidate for Superintendent of rublilc In-
struction, a candidate for County Surveyor.
a candidate for Clerk of Criminal Court. a
candidate for Justice of Peace and a Con-
stable for second d District, a candidate for
Justice of Peace for Firth District, can-
didates for three members of County School
Board. a primary election of the Demo-
cratic voters ofi scambina county shall be
tiolden between the hours of 8.:Wua. in. and
t:t5p. in. on Tuesday, the l0th day of April.
Ima.', anuu for the purpose of conducting s:taid
elvetiont the following inspectors and clerk*
of election alre Uiertby -elected and ap-
pointed:
Preciie.t No. 1-Chas. Andrews, Neil Gag<.,
W. D. Bell, inspectors; Archiee Bentou,
clerk.
k'r cilnct No. 2-Ashi I ravey. LotisD)aniel .Jainw. trmaey, npupector!; T. M. M -carrit,
clerk.
rretcil('t No. .;-Frank Suarez. 1). 1P.Wil-
liatii-, )Jhol: f'l, in-,.ectors; 10. E. Dt)(ugla-.
Ilve,-ot't No. 4-W. I. lonug;as. W\. 1.. Nu-
ti- 1'. OoLrz:alz. i inspectors; W. A. T1':11-
p;. ci.'ni .
V'.ciincEt No. 5- .io. II. iavis. .Johin Bry-
ittt. A. .1. I -u-i-, liisiwctors'; LuuS Friatter.
eie' i k.
l'r' i-i:ct No -('G \V. \ ,V. iI. Henutl'er'ro lln. Ipecors ; u. '.Jenl-
i .- l t'[ No. 7-11. A. I,'].e. W E. Tucker.
I. .1. -.ti. rl'l.t.m lll eptect rs.; \V. W\ Sw t t
n t- 0lt ^ .,-A.T Fillin:glin. II. P. H w-
n;an, i. F'. ( ralitre', inspector'. "'tyiTor
1a lDl't're'". i .-rk. i
I'r.-ctinct No. '-I.. I) .wrowd-r, .\..1. ('.w-
ia rt. i V .'1 i;lor, ii;usp ti'ors.; .1. Z. ir, air"s,
(.I'.: k.
I't C IItt N'o. I'I-C. .1. 'ardl. Johii ('l.-

1'rncinct N 1!. 1-J. .. Lee,. Levi Mii;tn -.
'loim.o.i Hall, ,iiit-p .tor ; J. 1, -:,;waild
cr rk.
1'r.,int't No. !-'-W .. F. L.-eP, 1'. I'. i e,
\V Ill 1 ni l." 111-1 r or(lo ; . U..r c' !,.
r,-.v i.,,t No. i.;-A .A Fh r.I.. I m >.. l.
\V, .. i. 1 ,!: i 'v ; in-)'p ciot ; 1. M .,:..r:.
cle.rk.
l'rccir't <'N ll--Anthlony I irra. A.M H lit-
v\';z'. VI 4 illlllo ?. l, I-IpectOur'I: Johni A
M.c'rit t. clerk.
I'rt ciii'l No. I -.Il.- nni i"lkint, Geo. S.
lallmanirk Ct'. .1. C>'to:i, in pe.ctor-: J. '1.
W"iiting. eri.
Flo'h we s", .I r., h. I '. 1%\ .l ::t;ita lia-|J,' >l.'' t .)l .
No. Hulli'n 1I, e!'rk..
i'ret'-illi No. 17T-A. .. ('lC ptol \5'.' \.
KitIele '. (i'crge" Hoyt. mi-p' c. -; >,lia.1
Laefc'rty, a'lerk.
i etl ilc t No. !-I. rewtoni. I,. .. N. t.
DaI:t d M 4 ea).i ,tt, in )pe.c;ot-: .; E
I; a iar.. clt 1'i .
I'Vrt :n.-t No). i- .I. IL. i; : Inilar, W \ \ '-
l'r, .\..-.J. : i", il n. il, s p o't. r-, i'a +'. I'.W et'lrcil t No.f-.--W II. Ma ,vo. W mI. MI -
(CIt i-oII. \VW in. .M Mit'rC ty, i | ,t' :
I. 1>..S t l ;n '*. k.
"1 1 ,, ; : r |l1' i' :1-'t !,: 11 ,; + :



S.. -- .'.


N +.. I I -A. M, i !, --.

\ l.; --N o|r; -a-t c,,|.,, r l',>;i'",'. ;:.'


X plus 'i hIree )Dollars to buy :t
Gas Rainge'.


yol pa,;4.
i-; eair ZEAL I.to ,uppl~'yeaot
with OAS.


iRAINGES $13- Con~ect-d Free,


?enslsacola Gas Co.,


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


No 31 South Palat' x Street.


Laundry Ofllce


PENSACOeLA, FLA


JOHN McDAVID,


REAL ESTATE AND BIOKERACE.
CURE YOURSELF! CITY PROPERTY, FARMING
',I*.r.: ,t-.-"i.- r L,- .,",,t ..; AND TIMBER LANDS
e] S '1-ti ntC.r n rta ll ta r Llit rla 1, "'-
".. ,.- r...i :u,- ,, ,: : .-t:..,- FOR SA LE.
Sc'T . i.t. t r -- :., .- -.... .


N o. 1 .- <',ri;'n l; :>ni:i:].i an : n '. : .
Noi i.- I t'; I ;Ii' l, Vllr.-r-.
N' : -- fI'lI 1\ : i I.
N ,. 17 -- ;r,-' : .- ttt Ion 'I hq t ol HI,; -...
N"N I. l,--.'.l,)i :r,. c I(*: )q<1 lYt- .
N >. "- I -o-'lmtla t+ -. ri I ll" t Ite li' '.
I I t :k 'it ;, j >' ; ,'; N lIs:tlI f \l ote a re ,.iw D.
thi- dl'.'- atl'' eli-eted friti "it;i prf-o.' .'
bak ain iI h iiIalile-t v't,' of Li->.' al-'t'.il
slIt:l cat t!I- Ihail vot--.
A'I whI:1, t n-1 'rn at- I.-Kally v t- un i ter the ar(t if th- le:isl;aittlur or I .
intietllltn"l i tIchapter 4. '. who hli.ve pi.nl
Itieir poll tI xe-- (fi li+ yeitar <'e. mi m anxd I i '.
aind ho Will tiP!e ti" n,vii.e'f'. --,. is id pr"iniary eectioni arlh
said ei, \'tiitilil-i '-hall be Ientitled i unlt art.
cordially invited to participate it !aid pr.-
niary el,('tion. and said primary *"I'ctin
sit:;ill ie held in all way- under the riul s
II, lre'.uilatu !1'1 a a- -'t forth itin said c aly|>-> r
I-.'. ,ai.A tii ctuiiit',ttee hall, meet at tl.-
ottlc- of the >'.)unty jule'. in the 'city f
P'enaacola, at fi o'clock p. m..on the 12thi day
of Ap il, 1OWl'. at whlati time a-d pla e they
will receive returivn, caivaess the- sa. ni
and announce the result of said primary
election and the inipectors above miinid
will have then and there the re-turns of si.d
-l't leton.
T'e nt!e)t', to t-, ied l-hnll be print-d on
plain white paper, and shall have no u.--


Ohas Turner,


*tARCHITECT*


-AND-


General Contractor,


Building, Repairin-, Mantel and Grate S-,ttinzg. Pluti.int -. .
aind Gas Fitting.

A Complete Plumbing Department under the
Management of E. B. Morey.
A''Ariti-ti D)siin-., Estimiats'. Plan and Specii *. '
ing of All Kinds, Prepared on Short Notice.
IW A Large and Carefully Slected Stock of Fine- M .- i.
Tiling of All KinIds. I:tth Tubs, Clo-etand lfonu-eho.ld .\'i
Hot Water and Gas Fixtures.


No. 19 S. Palafox St.


:: Telephone No. 345


----THE




Citizens National Bank
OF PENSACOLA.


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


JOHN F. PFEIFFEi
CA.-H I t..
R. M. BUSHNELL.
ASST. CAS : '..


DIRECTORS:
T. E. WELLER. WM. FISHER.
of E. E. Satunders & C,.
K. J. WHITMIIE. JOHV" F. PFEIFFER,
L. HILTON GREEN.


General


Banking Business Transacted.


s AI,;,'-.S HanUdled on Favorable Telr"r.. ;.
Char.o Bm)?h;t { and Sold, Collectleo.v
;rom;ivf Attended To.

A.CCO UNTS SOLICITED.





The Star Laundry,


,I Pl W [M Y OF JEST FLO RiDA
A. GI..


Our Address


is always asked faor wii#,i
le4- beauty of the Lin .ie I.
here is displayed on
SHIRT FRONT, (01.1. '
AND) C I'FF
It i.; our I)est reco('iin)ll i i
:ire always" reliable. ai,
n, v,,r fail to '.**i\ ,.n. ;;I *
ti. t:.


ALL 4AWORK fie 0. D.
r1;1E~O~11'4. 7 E. GARDEN -hI
np" i',.-C~l mi' AND DDSLIVERED FREF.TZ~
,NALJXA TINGRAR14A. Xarag,,r.



ESTABLISHED 1882.


McKENZIE OERTING & CO,
0 :,LA.7 rM II a

Ship Chandlery and General Hardware,
603 AND 60.5 S. PAIxAIOX STREET.
--^^ ^.- A-cssxvrory-------
REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEBLINGS ~A~O 0'
GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RU8EL & 80NS PUMP:-
iasvu, erdage, Pits., ilss. lautic lustrums ts, m rts, HcIn rs, h all
COMPASEM. LOMM. M T /
C. McKenzieOertin (',Collecting Agent for Bar Pilots' -
ciation. /


mtv poev vfvf09ff I vm


I


RIX M. O N-1


_


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 1900. 3


CURES WEAK MEN FREE.


Send N.ine
lita It Frre end be Strong and

Vigorous for Life.


INSURES


LOVE AND A


HAPPY


L. W. KNAPP, M. D).


Satiia% non nreay uoui'kly cure blmself
.* Tear f suffe-r.ig from sesbual weak-
.t I .wt iaiia1t.i. niait lIonms. verleoioet.
and pinlarge email weak rainss to full
and viiglr inimply **nd y,.urnatmeand
t. .-s ti IsrW. L. W Knapp. tt27 Hull
' i4ing. l eitreat. Mich.. and he wall
.1 % end tthe fre-o r-ceipt with full direc-
,s*o that an ayma may .es-Ily cure him-
- ** ho..'s. T ha certeilniv a n-lsit gen-
i. offer and the f.ollo lnAing tracts taken
tit daily aMIl show cbat men think
,- gemletaIty.
..r *mtr- -I-1o **. exe(pt my slnetro-
f .- ftor ours if recent date*. I have
r. ir Ireatdnl-it a ttcoraiath te'*t anlid
,-enefit has Itewi eotraordinary. It has


A 9i cpie.
*.xw w-lo lhsnqt t -eean a koapje.
:a biltitt kfri..:ati. a-:ilvioaamlhv real-
jt I-hiit n LAIl-oa mutch as the
f a ',1 ':It Lit i- Lft (of It -ifter

V I a- t!-: i t 1I'-. :ilri 4.t In-


', :1 1. a:i1-1 Ifi n 11ul :111 t
taota if C:-' n ai. a,. I


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itala ceuk 41 rjehtno'.
\j. I mi.Man'1h-2 .!fill ~nst


*.-'i Li JI;-: uY

)ri i-l li- i tll. rjarmx


DAILY MARKEr REPORTS.


COTTON.


N 5 ~osc Marcha 21


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.bat
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1,004" -aIvotesam Iddlu.4 U",
-i n gulf It'..
a%-4 : Amt)oiatOVISIONIL


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HOME.


completely brqce4l m" up. I am just n
vigorous as when a t" y and .ou cannot
realize bow happy t amn."
** Dear Hi r:-Your m-nhol w 'rked b'at i -
fully. Results %erecxfctly what I needed.
witrength and vigor have completely r*--
viirn-ti and uiilargement 1i entirely eati--
factory. '
--I'**lr asir:-Yourt %ast received and I had
no trubtle in making soe of the receipt as
directed and can truth ully 'ay it is a boon
to wmak m-n. I iam areatly improved in
sif. streimthb and vigor."
All corr..potndetnce is ttritctly conflden-
tifi. maled1 in plan s-ealmd envelope. The
ro*tlnt ri fr. for thi-askinat and he wants
every man to bave at.


Dreams of t~he MaIMed.
'I t .jitc- i a. h' u%%sian josyhol-
0ZIt. lhi~ii~t* tllIwa of a,! 1 lrsiall




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to... . . *.:;-(.- caa rac


t I-r iz,-J Ily 1-t~aa .-..a -v -atri?.tII li thoy
'nian aifthe Ws a la'ilj#-ta P1a"tae go-ther
or !. i'r, uLJI.a: z .iItt aai t-atjaa thera'
ii' -i- I 'I I ,Stjr 1I"1',)t 1! "! I AV I () 1 of :ithe
t..t" l~ ate rtaita j-n i.c liai e, te


V t o When you t sinmethnllj to he:1.!
a i rurn. oir a sire *,r ci!lt. why I ot
4 try Panaer BaSve which isguar inte, d
I the tilIa-s li-ailitlh ointment in the
t 2" woral. Take io -ub-titute. W. A.
Si D'Aleambt'rte.

s ^ e-- 'sthe Tle Krd You IUt AtJS B80t
'( : il,*istz


j 1. S'ephwtj 1 Ia a :a a- 'r

Ria.K nfvf-. F-ork'; and ~~ia

Co'mf/ortatblemat tresses,
p~illows, etc.. t,,) o with your
1KW furillUV.e. Ut (l can
1,11 thke iu'hcqe oadi~fJ froin.
.liIriston & Fin cit.


;t QUlNi14IOCH1[

~ AW-I;r:: '4
A V A LSTOR~b .
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4

IL~a A GWI 1('i PI

\1 t wife had a 1eV .ISr'V

ciucrh. !Shp tri't 'e'-.( "ct

..rtlief. A 71---Ic o-,I atU1.~S
Couh va. Airiv-'t PmrisE.Faag22C1'Rue2GDre~w".~a


PERSONALITIES. FOR SALE
At a bargain, 76 acres (30 under
Lord 8alisbury has an antipathy fori fence and cultivation, the balance:
toh.'co smoke, and smoking ls strictly woodland), 4 of a mile north of Cor-
forbidden to guests in those apartments ; dova Park, with 4-room hou, barn
at IInafild House which are occupied and two stables. Price $6 W. For
further information, apply to W. R
by his lordship. Douzlass on place, or J. E. Dubuis-
Senator lale if .Maine cherishes son & Bro.. city. 13mlmi
aitn;ug l:is stick wh: U!.well. It came into Hri. Ilh.i hands DURHAM Cigars are
!iroighli hi.- f'at.:r,-. who wavs a friend the finest 5 cent smoke
". i., a r Try them at D'Alem-
('ircnv,-" i:', t S 'hr'r<. i of (';ip Town,-1
wh ,o h;.,s .r.-;vv-,il in En:.l.l:I, '. :- i, ;it- e" 0.
!;i:) ir;" refui ',. ,,ii tin ll IoI r' t!'e fain-
ill niiae .of I'r.>!riight. it rPon Itiar- inpr iT
LODGE DIRECTORY
r:n-. t,,oo; tlsat ,f his v"fl,, Olive
- rin. r ,I. lth. .'c 7l;:.
Th," *,itizon!i- *if Atlanta are much --
i 1,l at th, ,:.h-l.,ti,:i ,f ('harlh .A. KNIGHTS OF rY'ri AS.
I' o!P:,,:* ,i" t' it ,'ty :"l ; ,'o::i:i;+!s r.>n r '
f IA ia. ,, l ln Pensacola Lodge. No. 3. K. aof P.
S:: *. i .iv 'ln:1 w:l- Tpr-a':irnt of meetsevery Monday even.
:!.* .\:':::nta (a it in. in Hutchinson hall. West
At >*' l~ast nii ,n f tl>. Armer.i'an Intndende a street.
.%t !v. 1.1.4l t l,11 t ." )f The, ori,'an Visiting brethren cordialli
I tiita.i." :s .i ':::tI< ii t Villarl I:irt!ett welcomed.
if Irin,:.!yn. .t: t-r', of th. New York H. HOnSLAR. C. C
'*p."';! "* <.n rt. \\:,- 'l,','t el vice pr' ,l,';i t a'f thie i:-;ani z: t:i'on. sue <11diln
tlit. I:*" TI,,i'arn I:. i;:t.)ta. W.O.W.
Sr... IP.,; t.,. .n. <;iu..'lihtr of (x-Props- Live Oak Camp Wo. 1 Woodman ofthf
t '' t !ItI',w .otiIn-i.n. i< to '! .4 nt( l;nIt W orld.
:'i 1 l. to sn1r;' nil tIh ':iV 'ft the MeAth first and third Friday night in
h I T nt <'r.'.-ivr li.'. Ti nI.. Iandl e nach month. Visiting sove-regnes cordi-
allv invited. W.VW. WA'rbo.-,
4! t I4V!! t.t, I; : 11. v'l1 :>'.itllt:l v i tn t n<- It. tHA.M s, Clerk. C. C.
'.,' .' ,] ,,f the l,..1 ,..' '
*..:+ ,"..f .. n:hib,itIon :h. ~ of s;t WEEKLY !CHEDUL..
: ;,'',i \\:' thlir.;'f' rt smo::walit .ill FOR STEAM DIVISION
1.TTr:,.,,! \ti.:in. at a <-.,:!:r,' p;:rty in PENSACOLA EIECTRIC TERM1NAI
V\:il,!..t_..ti tih' i tltr nii-ht. lithe wn" RAILWAY COMPANY.
f ,:" the i :'::t priz. a ha il.,lu:ne bh t'r
t Trains leave Pensacola for the Little
':,l:1. Bayou, Palmetto Beach, Warrlngton, Navy
T!' .> it.it3t ,f I.111 ,rir WH'il :nii Yard and Fort Barranca. at
S:~ lit.t ort I ; r: \il..llllr6:10 a. m.arrive at Fort Barrancas 7:15a.m
v ,i i'l'f -,r II;;,
pa t in:t: 11il rely for exh ibition nt 1. 10 p.m.arrive at Fort Barrancas l:45pm
p.iiit!: \\ill l, <;'ly ",\l:0l),tion t :op. m. arriveat Fort Barrancas 4:15 p il
tl:h big I .'rlin ait ,.xpositiotn early this 6:15p. m. arriveat Fort Barrancas 7:10I m
,priiu. 'The ipose a* nd tri.atmnnt will :00 p. arrive at Fort Barrancas 8:46 pm
p Trains leave Fort Barranoa for Pensa-
1- eintirly. new, anil the eluperor has cola at
lift nil to the artist. 7:30.m.arriveat Penascola.._... 8:15a.n
11:00 p. m. arrive a4 PensacolSa........ 11:46 p. m
Senatr IIuo11r always speaks from 2:co p.m. arrive at Penmaola......... -2:4 p.m
rtote's which lhe ha made at first at odd 5:00 p m arrive at Pensacola ......... 7:45 p m
ot which ha made at first at odd : p. m. arrive Pensacola......... 7:45p.m
tianit:;104s on envelopes and all sorts of *8:4p.m.arrive st Pean ola....... 9:80p.m
sernp.i of paper. These he carefully Inltreffecaysoly.
sorts In thinking out the whole of his ec AT c et.a1B.
l)pee'C. but lils final delivery Is made SUNDAr SCUrDUDn.
fr, the original not. Leave Pentseola. Lv Fort Barranoas.
from the original note. sa.m. 10a.m.
Antonio dle Navarro. hustiand of 11 a.m. I! a.
Ip.m. Ap.m.
Mary .Anderson. is busy writing short I p.m 8 p.m.


stories for the magazines. In one of
the recent English periodicals he has
pil'llishlpl a little story called "*IAe's
ly'.v:ias." The s cnes of his stories are
generally laid In Ita:ly and on the Ri-
viera.
Thl!mi- ID. PIil. th ne'w lord tanyolr
af I u1'lin. is a patriot aof openly avow-
#,li Nationalist prini.dplas. lie has been
.-, very politil ail i 'do4iillating that he
is popiiul:r w!thi all classes of people, no)
t.aitte aof wlh:t poilti'al opinion. Be
:.r I1-inig cle'<'tel to) the high otlce of
exetitive of til' Ilrislh capital he was
t1i hai1lh sh',rift of Dublin.
.S Do':lii- leae of Kentucky wears
the l:a:iviest and h igggest gold specta-
ch's aof any iln tdl States senator. They
;;ae rt*lly Ipoil'erouts "is spectacles go.
Tli' l:ooe'dsl liars that run from the
ntp-t:ato:ars in the galleries as about a
oltiarl-Ir f ao n inch wide. and the bridge
aml fraine seem to be unusually broad
and tlick.
Eugene J. Hall, the poet :and pub-
li-lher, siav that one do -e oif Folov's
Honey anal Tar restored his volc'e
wlihI ihoprrseness threo:teited to pre-
v.-tt lhia lecture !0t central l Mutic
Hall. ('hicaro. Notlira z lve as
;.ad.-\V. A. D'Aleniberte.


convention (.all.
The.-ixtep-nh annual Tteetins fl f
the Woman's Christian Temperanct-
'iUnion of Florida, will he held it,
Oairineville, April 3rd. 4th ant .5th.
The first session will be at :; p. il..
of Tuesday the third.
Mi-s Belle Kearnev (,f Flora.
Miss., will give the convention ad-
(dres, adding interest t.o the occa-
sion. AI.It'E C. lBROWN.%
ARltA J. GLENN, Pie-ident.
R-cording Mec'y.
EMPL.OYMEiKNT OFFICE.
Ring u;p 32 or call at the offoe.
11 North Palafox street. when in
need of a carpenter. B. D. Hoffmat,
BRuinles4 Atveit of the Ca;rpenter'-"
And Joiners' Union, will furnish you
with the desired help on Lhort no-
tice. tn25tf

If you are ready/ to go to
house-keeping, let Marston
A Finish furnish !/our house
for you. They will save kou
moneyy. I 'our credit is good
with/i /them.

Five Thousand Rolls
if all l'a p, r itin -t, k. :,',1 of tlh l:-
t "-t p:'ttrrl-. at,(l d Ilor, c inih.'.
P': it-C frin ,rc s <$1.75 ;.r I oll, J. '.
Io-;; & 'Co., No. 11 N. l':ilati.x.
ih!ii -..""_2. 2'k-If tf

I HE HEINE ACADEMY OF MUSIC,
No. North! I .Lliifo' Stre'-:.
VIISS EVELENE M. HEINE. Principal.
MISS IDA PIAGGIO. Ass siant.



Best Patent Flour.
(Our B.! R]t1d I oya;/
PateLnt is the bcst /ITur thatl
lrnf be produc(Ied b tan//
mill.
Forget .lle ,Aot is one of
the best Breakfast Foods on
the market.
.11 made by The 0. E.
Standard .,Vill Co. and fur
sale by New Orleans Gro-
cery Co.
JA.S. M'H UGH,
Phone 105. Proprietor.


PROFESSIONAL OARDB.

Dr. M(areellu5 f reary,

Physician 2 n Sur a.
Re-idence. 21 West Orecory Street
Phone* 1.,2.
office >'Aleml'm rtre Hu;ldng1 1''1 South
Palalux street. Phone '71.

Du. Wx. C. DZWBERRY.

OFFIOE-Hauniah Bros.' Drug Store.

3ESIDENOE-400 E. Jacison Stree


Wm. H. farean, M. D.,

Hol00eoat1c Pf tsic andl SrOD,,
Late of 0-al&a. Fla..
Offers hbi professional servoe.s to the c!tt-
len, of PFeri.sacola.
Espoeial attention given *o the tretme'nfnt
of chronic l'ti-a' Ie I it i)'1 i'i 'St Wo n.-n and 'hildriti.
Thirtv Y't'ars Ye ractice iln thli Southl.
(olet. I1)ur,.:-- a-. In. to 1-2 in.. 2 to I pi. rm.
Reidence Phone No. ";/.-
_re)nti.iunt fliuildinta-Roo- m 3


Dr. Wilmer S. Hall,

DENTAL SURGEON,
Masonic Tsmpil. Phone 364.



HEINBR BUS. O C *9.




Palafox Street,

Pensacola, Florida.



Indigestion!

We challenge the world
to produce a remedy equal
to the Matchless Mineral


POLITICAL AiNOgICEIE JI3.

For Repreroensat ie.
I hereby announce my-if a* a candidate
for Repre*. ntnttve f 1 .-'anTih, f-county.
Florida, in ih" l-hfti.-aturtr. sub. ->t to Itie
democratic pilniarles.
C. VK, l,>.ir'.
For Repress ilative.
I hereby announce my-;'f a% a rand.dste
for Repreoenltativ-f ':stalulia County in
the Lexislature-. subject to the I'iiioctmitto
Prnmarle>.
J. EMMRT VOl.f.

For .herifr.
I h.reby announce myself a a a-and:idara
oi r ehernff of K-Ncambniha County. and re-
sp-cttully as'k the support of my friends
aid vot.'r of the county. If elected I will
dichrgie the duties of said oflce eftlcienity,
family and impartially.
W. H. HrTcIutI 1ow.
For Sheriff.
I hereby announce niys.lf as a candldate
for re-election to the office of sheriff of Ks-
cambia county. Florlda. and solicit thesuf-
frages and interest of all mny fritnde.
t(jKi3* iE. .-MITH.
Fpir Sheriff.
I hertbhy announce myself a candidate for
sheriff of Escambia county at the fen uIg
election. .. C'. VaANPKLT.
For Clerk of the Carenit Court.
1 hereby announce myself as a candidate
for re-election as clerk of the circuit court
of Escambia county at the ensuing election
and ask the support of the voters.
A. M. MCMILLA..
For Cirt-iai c'le, k
I iiinnoiun'e "inv candidacniy for CIlerk of tho
('ireuit 'Court (oif Ei;-.tnl)i t countyy. subject
to the lotion )of t hi- rnouti It'ePmniorallt
prinaliales. K. E. I,. IiAN IELL.
o ar Circuit CI-rk.
To the Voters of E.scIamiila i ounti :
I her-by announce .v-lflt ar canddate for
the office of clerk of I he circuit court of
EK'scanbla county and will be pleaded to)
have thie stippolrt of niv friend% and the
voters generally. .JoiiiN |F I. Kl "t .
For Tax Collector.
I hereby announce myself if a canldidat*t
for re-election as Tax t'Colector of EIcam-
bia county, and ask the .-ipl)ort of my
friends and voters generialv.
A. H. lI'ALVEIIKCTE.
Vimr Tax Collector.
The many friends ofJudge F. B. fonifay
having obtained hbl consent hereby an-
nounce bin as a candidate for Tax collector
of Escambia county at the etsuino elect ion.
MA.ST VOTBER
For Tax Assesor.
I hereby announce myself as a candidate
for Tax Ansessor of pscainbta county, et*a-
Ject t ttheaction of the Demoeratie prima-
rles. If elected I expect to meet the appro-
bation of the tax payers and will do my
duty In every detail as I did when I hbel
the office before.
Oio. RssaM.


Sp.m pM. Trt. f For Tax Assesor.
Sp. m 8 p.m. The candidacy of William W. Richards it
S p. m. p.m. T* hereby announced for re-t election as tax s-
difestion, Dyspepsia and, essor for E0cambia county. subjet to the
rARc FOR ozw K DAYS. aaton of thedemocratic primarne.
Penssoola to Fort Barrancas and return 46a' 774om of 4t&on,,, .,.,. 1r
Pensacola to Navy Yard and return...... 86oa, alfOrms Of SOtmCh, 050- For County Trea-u-er.
Pensaoola to Palmetto Beaoh and return l15c no a 'andodat. or
,A,..,~ U...3, el Troubles and Skin Dis- I announce myself as a candidate for
FARR oS rDAT 'el Troubles a7nd Skin Dis the oillic of C'ounty Treasurer. subject to
Sthe action of the demoeratlc primary, and
feasaoola to art Barranoea Navy eases. Guaranteed to Ctre ask the support of tmy friends.
I ard and retr n...........t... WILLIAM E. AN'Ix si .
Peassools So Palmetto Beach and
return 1-s or money refunded. Cost F or co.uny Treasurer.
No freight received after 8:15 p. m. hereby announce myself as a candidate
only 5 ents a day to use it. for renomination as treasurer of Encambli
county. suhjeet to decision at the eniiln4a
One dollar bottle last twen- democratic primary election. and respect-
tOen- fully solicitthbe support of the voter-s of thb
R county, pledging myselffor the future the
t dayds. s7amie faithful performance of duty that t
have endeavored to fulfill (luring my past
m7 For sale by all druggists; ten.urof toelice. J. w. FRATIX.
L"- --1-N-- I... a 6- M u ....


GENERAL INSURANCE
--LkND--

Real Estate Agents,
PENSACOLA. FLA.
REPRESENT TWENTY-TWO OF THY
LEADING FIRE, LIFE, MARINE,
ACCIDENT, FIDELITY, PLATE
iLAS4 AND STEAM BOILER IN'-
LURANCB COMPANIES. .......

C '1l AlenIs of t1e Euitablf

Life Aunrace Z0cietM of the

United States.
trE etR TWIDNTTWOiC OIDITTKI


also If. T. Green j- Co. 37
S. Palafox Street.
OR ADDRESS


W. Wi. WILKINSON,
Greenville. Ala.
Testimonlval From Judge Gaston.
UINKKNVII.LL. Ala.. AUK. 10. I'Wt9.
I take great pleasure in certifying to the
purity and the ineritof Wilklnson's Match-
I.s4 Mina.ral Wantar. This natural mineral
tonic, to my pera-iatal knowledge. Is taken
from a well three- miles tast of G(reenville.
in the exact condition in which it is sold. I
have seen this water used. with wonderful
success. for d.spepsla. Indigestion. sore
eyes and for eruptive diseases, sores and
ulcers on man and animals. Asa remedy
for these troubles. I do not believe its
equal exists. It is highly recommended by
physicians for a number of diseases.
ZSx.LL tASTOW.
- JUU~C01 rrona~e Lurt, Dl- r ..uuaty


H. A. ATER .. Alabama.

Butcher and Green Grocer.
PHONE 172
Fresh Tennessee and Native Meats, MtiIC ap seI
Chickens and Country Balmbs. of Coplbs
Produce Daily. cy tane .41 tlor
Shop, Rear f Johnson & Son's Store, uame diaeses wlthWot anyiaco,.
INTENDENCIA STREET. ieoak DTALltT


C"9TME3TENS EGLISH

!ENNYRIIYALPIL
# ArE ~~ab.L~didemask retprai
lifHNSTER's YN4(LIll
ia Et) nt Gold m siict-.ze. .-&.-t
,--m ra.T a ~ e .a* ether. itt..
ft lbuageemu fs ~ bo ftituIme mad Imulta-
aN.., Pavtia~uiar..Teoclowials
veRlei te winL.adla.. t oee. a "..
1 1"Mrs m ail. 10 .4" 0e T-.. ta m l- s -.11 '67
*%mov.he 2111,L4hm..e ..


Acme Beer.


THE B;ET HEER SOLID) IN
PENSAC'OLA.

Dannheisser Bros.,

AGENTS.

A's0 Sel by Prry ad i YIes.

The Jug Trade

Is Our Specialty.--+
Prompt Delivery and Matisfaction


G


-or Jus ic t boef b oraere.
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 palmartes.
DOTXI1n Jo.Ns.
For Juaice of the Peace.
At the suggestion of numerous fri-nde. I
hereby announce my carnddacy tor JustLke
of the Peace of second district. subject. to
the action of the nominating primaries.
JAxNM B. LANDUtM.
For schooll iupertn'endlent.
I am a candidate for county wuperloten-
d-ntt of public Instruction. subject to the9
deincluratic primaries. I re pectfully 9w-
licit the suffrage of the Escamnbla county
voter for the above-named po-tioon.
JAnR3 M.. TATK.
F'or acho I SHM perntenlent.
To the Voters of Escamhbla iCounty:
I hereby announce myself acandida:e fot
H4uperintendentof Public Instruction foe
Escambia county and ask the suppLjrtofnmy
friends and voters generally.
C. J. BILL.
For Superlntendent -f Public lan
at ruction.
To the Voters of Escambla County: I
hbereby announce myself a candidate for re-
election to the office of county siaperinten-
dent of public instruction and will b#
pleased to have the support of my friend
and voters generally at the coming demo-
oratic primary election. N.It.Coon.
For Member school Roard.
By the request of friends I hereby an-
nounce my candidacy for member of 9%-
cambia County Mebool Board for Northern
iThird) di-trict. QubtJect to the action of
the democratic primary.
A. C. BizwTrow. JR.
F'ar 3eml-lmer t chi l llardl.
Yielding to thb urgent requle*t of friend,.
I have decided to asain become a candidates
for member of the s<-hooil board of le~samNi
county. *uhject to toe action of the demo-
cratic primaries. E. .wAanM.
For lMem-lhr etulaml lHiard.
The friends, of Mtx. J. It. MTaWA a: oof Wal-
nutt Hill. haviii s-tiralrt b hi- content,
hereby munounce hs ctndlidacy for memi-
l-er of the Estcnibia ountv -chool iHoard
for thil- northern diRtrict. .uhjert to the ac-
tion of the democratic prima ies.


McMillan Bros. Co.


f aS\ Coppersmiths,

General Metal Workers.

M uf.nf-trers cf ada Heidquartfrs for th


Celebrated McMillan Seamless Turpentine Still.

Cual s tet m Otfit ian u a d rpAi roft km b the cMYj.

MOBILE, ALA.



H. H. ICKE,


uranteed. ., Gd Steam tte
Dannheisser Bros., PlambeY, Gas and Steam Fitter,


401 south Palafox st..
Phone No. 116. P. 0. Box 281.
Railroad Exchange, Phone 261.


No. 5 South Palsaox Sltreet.
All Kinds o. Plumbing and Gas Fittings Materials Kept :c Hand
WL NM MO -> Fr=BAWOLA FLA.


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THE DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA, PL.LIDA, THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 1900.


I


*. a ertiseenit f o. A. Grand Outside Sentinel-G. R.
:-r-ti. d-aler iu bicycle aid io-ni- dPirce.
A. r.-pairtt. alppar- in thi-. i?-ue. Grand Repreonitativ.--C. D. Rein-
i.' Iu;iratite-" Teir-t clas.s work. f hert.
J H Lyois anid Win. R owell of Thie Pi-n-acolai delegat,- r-tiurned
till. '. E'. \W alk- mand E. P.Jophl- hl!io- la-t nilht.


- i, of I,.ui-vill*-. anid O. A. Sloan (of
M..iirlt. 11 are- regi-terdil at the fE- lt*.ino-m her you do not have to ro
,lii .l 'to New V ., i, ii,. -evniijn;r while south it
"l',*.-i 'k "i r i'. C ipn i li, ei-La(dan f.,r ben-fit of Ladies,
4 lra I. (Grimni-. l'ditli L. Coule- Aid ,ei.-tvy f Pres-byterian church
.:, Il,.siel are-.n from the sn apper ,efore h l tilagement opens there.
' .ti a it!i an z:r.,.:ite catch "f Jtu-t t:nik H inyi cent- .March :; .
I'k 0I-r..5M
S!)iavi4l 'i l'inaku-y of London, Ken-
th 1. PuIlknev of Sunderland and
.N. C. lfuling of Rotterdam. art
."ii'ion to-day'- gue-ts at the Hot-el
SJ. M. C d the arra Isi Peppermiint VWafer aid di-
i J. M. ('os, ail tlhel Barranciasi etion. AsL your dealer for them.
,-. ball tfaRli, will play a alin
\t riunday at Barraica-. The
. ,e will be called onil the arrival of
:; clock dumtnny .
Only fivt. cae-s were tried in MaH- 0om e9 Ceres
Hiilli.rd' court this morning. .11
.- of which the defti.id-nt wa. di--
.,riared. anid -, ill fnes were a- Capital of the Four Gres
-. --ed against the others.I


I (Chapman. N. ('.. C. F. Flow-
* -. t,.gi-ter. Fla.. J. !L. Smathers of,
\ -:evllae. I). (0. Lake and C. E. Mc-
S..lanid of New Orleans, are among
latest arrivals at the Merchant-.
Ir. ,All on 44f eorgiana. Ala.,
*:**-d here yesterday mfternoou on
i-it to htii son. Dr. Rinaldo All-
whi i- engaged in businies'
He eturtntd home at 12:45 to-


Ai:"iug: tile Chautauuuan- who ar-
.1 iat th!t- E'icalbia yesterday
Rt1i:M r- Mr F. lstaytoln 1liom1u-
S.iIl wif. I C ,i( icIh'iili d. \'V>.. ii d
-- ,i',;-i. }litiihllllt n of o if'nnl;-


, ,i ,- of '!ri-t C(liurch tuiid
J al i e t-Iil,'rtatini l-ii t-I Ihl
w!- ti t ne ?-nti,.- at t!ihe o-ra;
. 1. 1\ i l .I. t Ir t l,. tb -i .-fit ti thit,
* I'.a ticuiil.ir- w ill i., t'ub-


*A. A. I'," ft#- and wife .41! Fish'o
W k A Gilli. 1 on rof.


h..ir I41f public ?safety Inrlet i:
---l fI sterdat's-al N:4*11e 'tl'c
t I's '- i..; t i t.t ci reunti-
*V h. ~t n 41o1 t' *1 dw.
1 S. H well o-II We-t Crev-

41T -d.tr t it ',-tet~' ilr~:

*I runIt" I -I.0 ay a.'


THE


Bank of England, .
Bank of France,


Imperial Bank of Germany,


GEO. A. PETERSON,
Dealer In
Bicycles and Bicyele Sundries.
Agent for Rambler. Cleveland and Racycle
Bicycles. Isix Years experience in Re-
pHiring of Hicycles. Cash Regliters.
Typewriters.Guns. Etc. Keys made to
ftt mily lock. Etc.


12 West Romai





at IBanks of the World.
. $8E


. .


. a


Bank of Russia, . . .


Total, $176,822,855

FUIlDS ELI IT TIE MUTUAL LIFE IUIIANCE COMPAl l T
FIl TIE PAYMENT OF ITS POLICIES, DECEMBER, 31.11993, i ,


Or 5125,021,682 more than the combined
,capital of these famous banks.


T II,-I' -* I, f .rtI I f ; *. j\ I f dI'- I I I I :I I i ft I IIR.;I IirttI 011 a :LI Iv ef
N !- ''k. lI ZI(- ,i:.' A NI Il 'rc- i 14- I I I pr,' i


Fr-I IIai' L lI E ILt II ( )A NS P') TI I E. KI N SI 'RFI.


CECIL WILLCOX, General
JA. KSONVILLE, FLA.


W. G. CHIPLEY, AGENT,
PENSACOLA. FLA.


FORIBE


ECZEMA
AMi Every Form of Torturing
Disfiguring Skin and Scalp
Humors Cured by


THE PEOPLE'S STORE,


A.


Schwartz,


GRAND LODGE L O. O P. WORKIUMOMn- CLiB.
M RCAb EWS OTES O cer for h- Carrent Year Elected They Held a Cocial Se lon,. With R-
at Tallahasee. j freshmentl. Last Night
I The forty-fifth annual session of The Workingmen's Democratic,
,, ... "r -f rea.ia s ," "? the grand lodge. Independent Ord r club held a social session in the Sod-
s ,.r' rd, t m' of odd Fellows, was held at Talla- erlind building on West GoverL-
ft, ... 1...,," hassee this week and officers for the ment street last night, which was
&IIH i ouf Annapo.i Md.. ,current year were elected as follows: largely attended and thoroughly eu-
S .bis. |Grand Master-J. T. Burtch of joy.
. .. r i.. Tampa. I klel:6,t fish chowder in abund-
.. /, ,k .,d farmilv of Go-hen. D DepUty Grand Master-G. V. auce was served. with plenty of
,.. :.OilR at the E-canibla. Hinks ofS atsuma Heights. liquid refreshments and gool cir-
*--inza are being lai- at, Grand Waraen-Julius Otto of ars. The evening was devoted en-
".f rand evilliers Ker West. tirely to social enjoyment, no busi-
r "'d Gyrand Secretary-A. M. Cushman ness being transacted.
of Gainesville. It is understood that the club wilA
S:, Mra. J. I. -locs of Bir- Grand Treasurer-B. A. Meginniss hold similar social sessions in the
,1, are recent arrivals at the of Tallahassee. other precincts prior to the prima-
Grand Representative-Thos. C. ries April 10.
lop n r. E.Watson of Pensacola During the evening Circuit Clerk
o. M.eriniole are gueMr s of Chaplain-R. L. Robb of Gaines- A. M. McMillan dropp-d in and
-n.. .bi. Ville. treated the gathering to a box of fine
S Marslal-F. H. Brice of Haw- cigars.
Mvnette Fulton.a charming thorn.
Sldy of Anchorare. Ky.. is the Conductor-C. E. Johnson of Tam- A Special Sermon
t Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Forbes. pa. Rev. W. A. Gillens, A. M., D. D.,
Guardian-A. V. Clubbs of Pensa- will preach a special sermon to the
:S. A. Cosuich and family cola. Knights of Tabor at his church, cor-
A e1,ved into their handsome Herald-E. Shugart of DeFuniak. ner of Ninth avenue and LaRua
A e at No. 12 East Gad den At the sixteenth annual meeting street t, at 2:30 o'clock Sunday after-
of the Grand Eacampment of Flor- noon. The public is invited to at-
J L. ILoltoff. Miss Flora Mac- ida Odd Fellows. held at the same tend.
*: and Mis* Emma Clouse of place,.offlcers were flecttd as fol-
.rt. Ind., are guests at Hotel iow.s: A Monmster Devil Fish.
,:,tbi. Grand Patriarch-Jno. A. Preston. Destroying its victim, is a type of
of Mulat. R. C. Wood Grand High Priest-S. d. Jeffr e. Constipation. The power of this
Sl..-l .Mk and Ju. E. Adair of Grand Senior Warden-F. H-I murderous malady is felt on organs
,11 ll#.are anJong te Floridians Prica. and nerves and mu-cles and brain.
Sal at tie Lewis louae. Grand Junior Warden-S. Shu- There's no health till it's overcome.
gart. But Dr. King's New Life Pills are a
macks Jo-ie May and Wei-- Grind scribe-A M. Cushman. safe and certain cu'e Best in the
*-1l -ailed forth fl-hinig grounds (Gratid Treasurer-E. S. Boyce. world for Stomach, Liver, Kidney?-
liy. and the Mary E. Hoxie and Grand Marshal-Julius Rail. and Howels. (nlv 25 cents at \V. A.
t are making ready to sail. Grand Inside Sentinel-W. H. D'Alenberte's drug store.


(rifflM is Captured.
OOLt-BIA, S. C., March 28.-Middle
Griffin, the 15-year-term convict who es-
caped last week when a gang of convicts
on the farm near Columbia made an at-
tack on the guard, which resulted in the
killing of one, the wounding of another
anmd the capture of all but Griffin, is
again a prisoner. While being pursued
Griffin became entangled in a barb wire
fence and before he could extricate him -
self he was handcuffed and shackled
Pay of Sehoolteachers.
ATT NTA 'March 2S.-The teachers in


O coors an syses to seect rom o Ladies Waists
.
We carry all k ands; the largest assortment m the


city of well known brands.


Among them the famous


Griffon Blrld," famous for fit, style and finish-in


fact the best fitting Waist in the land.


dealer or customer can deny.


This fact no


You may form some


idea of our offerings by a glance at our large exclusive
Shirt Waist Window, and they are cheaper than


the cinimohn schools of Georgia, under a heretofore by reason of our Motto: "Si:ii. Cili:, ANI)


Idetisi>n rendered by Attorney general l
Terrtell. will get thelir salaries this Vyar
in time. Payments will t.he made from
lihe state rn'asuir for the two spring
nii4nth.( of the scii 'til terin, thliugh it
lookedl for a tinti as if only lthe salirie%
for on,',e month <(iuld I) l paiid ii time


Will Soon lie IIn Operatlhiai.
COtuItM.\, Ala., March C.-The Cull-
nan Handle factory will I-.rin opitra-
tiouis in about ten day.s. Twentry-fiVe
mnen will be emnployed in ol-rating this
factory, the money to build which was
(contributed by enterprising business
meln of this place. Geiseu Bnrs. of
Crown Point., Ind., will have the man-
agement of the new enterprise.
Cold Steel or Death.


SStreet. "There is but one small chance to
is Street. savo 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
I |vainly trying to cure her of a fright-
uIf e ful case of stomach trouble and yel-
low jaundice. He didn't count on
Ihe marvelous power of Electric Bit-
ters to cure Stomach and Liver
troubles, but she heard of it, took
1,047,935 seven bottles, was wholly cured,
avoided surgeon's knife, now weighs
, 500 000 more and feel better than ever. It's
positively guoanteed to cure 8tom-
1,560,000 ach, Liver at Kidney troubles and
never disappoints. Price 5o4c at W.
5,714,920 A. D'Alemberte's drug store.


Confectionery in 10, 20 and 30-cent
boxes. Try them. All dealers sell
then.
GOIN I)1OWN Hll.
People suffering from kidney dis-
eases feel a retadual but steady lo.s
of vitality. Thev should ltf) noii
tilnm in trying Foley's Kidney Cure.
It is Luaranteedl. W. A. D'Alemn-

Attend Falk's opening
to-morrow, Thursday and
Friday.
Wi, mnar liv withoulit love, w' il may l;vv
w.1 iCUt looks,
But evilizrd lman cannot live without
-(Owen Mero-dith.
Andl our cook.-; cannot coik with-,
liti t lin" iatt-rial-' nuecesiary to 'cII-
-itiit- l n"ipal'. T'l)'es. iin aterial-. int
oird(er to produic g4otil, whiollesomin
!fod. inu-t be of the best quality. To
pr cuire then of tlhe desiredd qiualiy '
we mintist go to thle rigit pluce for
their. lThIe rigHht pltce, as every iimp
fatinliar with thlie subject will tell
you. is Jacoly'.!
\Vhat lie h.i-n't got in ti P way of
fir-t-,las.. high-grad, materials fr
L,,vo(I. wholesoine, de(itciou- fold-
- fit for the ,ods" thlie ii,,-lve---yvI
liliiht piut in a whe -lb;irr,w. \l.a'
h li ha, ot witilmut i-iting that wrilide: 1Iil
place, whiere- he keeps eni''ili it
e-verythiingtrood to eat tO victu l a
war-.-tiip or supply an aim"y. andt ii-
-pEc('tiili the enorinoltii variety 4f
hi'ii-t-.hold siupplie- of every i naviin-
atbl;l- ecription, di-played o-o t't
-v( ry prlichas r cat v-elect at will.
ind all of te clihoice-t and bf-..t to, l
tfoiind iii any market.
This is ino flight of fancy, biit tli
plain. iiiivarnished truth. If you
(I iubt it. go to 114 to 12o Esiit (+overn-
milent street and be convinced.


Agent,


ITORE.


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

t7 No. 200 Long Cloth in 12-yard ! i| -
&IF p ie ce s fo r ............ .....................
II.! N. 300 Long Cloth in 12-yard | .
tiii N. pieces for ..... 1 10 1
b No 500 Long Cloth in 12-yard
Sp pieces for.................. .........1.. .
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THIEREBY N I NCKI

New New
Arrivals' LAES AN EMBROIDERIES! Arrivals'!
Our Centre Tablec are groaning beneath a goodly share of t!:.- Newest
Things in Laces and Embroideries.
Swi-s Edging and Insertion, Hamburg Edging and insertion.
Valencia Lace and Insertions.
Machine Torchon Edging and Insertion.


German Torchon Edging,


Aplique Lace and Insertion,


Point de Spreit. Oriental and Plat Val, L.ace .
.'0J Remnants Hamburg Edging, six yard lengths, worth 75c. to eOo at Coe.


Sweeping Sale of Muslin Underwear! *
One Lot Child's Drawers, hemmed and tucked, sizes 1 and 2, at...lce pair
Sizes 3, 4, 5 and 6, only.............................................. 15c pair
One Lot Child's Trimmed Drawers at Cost Mark.
One Lot Child's Trimmed Gowns at Cost Mark.
One Lot Child's Trimmed Skirts at Cost Mark.
One Lot Misses' Trimmed Gowns at Cost Mark.
One Lot Ladies' Trimmed Chemise, worth 3. c for................. 0c each
One Lot Ladies' Trimmed Cambric Chemise, worth 75c for.......45c each
One Lot Odds and Endsgs
In Ladies' Skirts and Gowns to Close Out at Cost Mark Price.
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Investigate the Convertible Term Contracts
---F THE-

Old Penn Mutual Life Ins. Co.
DAVID EDRE I DIImTRIE'T MANA "fiA T %v-
-DAVID EDRE3HI, J.M, ENM.NT-Ti'EET. PEN.A0 ,,1.A, F,..


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-A L..m.a ra_
Old Qualer, Hunter and Parole Rye Whiskeys.
--Chesterfield Bourbon Whiskey.-(,.:

J. M. BILLIARD & CO.,


The best 5 cent Cigar -Mi,,facturers and Deale.r, in-
on the market is the
DURHAM. Try them at Carriages, Buggies, Wagons and Drays.
D'Alembert's. = epairiug Attended to Promptly.= f


NAVAL bTORM MARDKKET.


o EAST GARDEN ST.


* :PENSACOL~A.FLA


i n'lish .Yainsook, 10 inches wide, 12-yard pieces, for
English Cambric. .'57 inches wide, for
See Our SPFCIA L I whitee India Lawns at
-7 Pieces Hf'hife Lawn (it
This is an Exceptional Good Value.


2.,c yard.
10c yard.
5c yard.


:@JUST RECEIVED: r -
3 pieces -Sea Island" Percales, (shirt waist styles) 1-yarl
wide. 15c value............. .--..-- ...- ................--102
19 PIECES STANDARD 36-INCH PIUt.ArTAa.....................................10
a"MAIL ORDEREH PROMPTI.Y AND CAREFULLY FILLED. -M


w_\ w J. & B. FORBES.


..00 Reported Daily tor The News by
Meow. A. M. Mses & Oo.
ao801.
WW so -5 f S I W)
WO 3 .-......... ..........
N 180 r ..................- ..
K .... ....-..... 2 5 D ......... So
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*_ mrre TvuiarmIa-M S0ats.
Attend Fa2k's opening; to-
marrow, Thursday and Fri-
day.
yard We have moved to II 8- Palafox street.
y d Waw ihukofo yent (3 c0@all. Wf will
myy "yinrsustumbetson toemsu We will
e*xmgspIlasewit)o.- WeWiMl save
yes. mOme c a pise* ec regan.
Jce F rei PiPa i rcIn Co.
11 8. Palafox Street.


Furniture at all Prices.
We are selling dining-room tables
at bargain prices; also stoves, bed-
4pria batting., kitchen safes. and
-FOR- kit lt ablneta with bread boards,
I che ts tor four, and drawers for
2--j kitchen uteli and tableware.
C ll and exaiEMb them at 0. M.
~--49 Pryor' Bargala Farnituro House.

ick Apostle's Restaw ant.oMorowI -sa.1
Be"lnuing nxt turdav I wil' e-vM a ---dy.
e '4uln r Din r. Tro-II il:: '1 2. 0 -oacn
-ron. Order y.'at et C, i Ho We are permaeltmty fixtumrsa um no.
ortOrde romp y or id all H wthanding all reorto eentrry,
o Day r Nilh. i e mow at I Palafox se.
Fishb and 0ySte in All Stylei. 1J1 aiFrccl Pig0 p &raiu C,
Nick Apostle. II 1:i. P ..:' a;:reiet.


tcurProprietor.


PE=DT C'ra TrATxrtr. Rathe the
ff i lrks tbomnighi with H(er WATLR
Ointment, the great kin cure. an lastly take W R IV A LS
a full dose of CcrTCtRA RFAOLVENT. This
treMtment will afforst instant, relief permit r o
est and e and se.U O UR first announcement of New Arrivals of Spring
bent, ad oconowieai cUre when all else tails.
gS^a -.,T-...CU Apparel. Generous assortment, large variety
rran. DrIo s t .. Pole PMl. Bsea".
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NICO..A CASSAy
RESTAUR N---OYb-mk~y3


ACTS GENTLY ON THE

KIDNEYS, LIVERi

AND BOWELS

CLASSES THE SYSTEM
D,, pL EFFECTUALLY




H8ITUAL ONSIPATION
S t PERMANTo y


1UV THE ENVINI MANT D BY


LEGISLATIVE CANDIDATES
And DrIlega, to the 0 .ny Conven
tion at Powelo'n. April 14.
Following are the candidates for
the legislature and the list of dele-
gates to the county democratic con-
vention at Powelton, April 14, en-
dorsed by the Workingmren's Demio-
cratic c.u:il
M 'cr ihe II gi laoure.
C. Mir.t-o Jones.
H. C. Clopton.
ID-legates to County Convention.
Preci ct 12-H. H. Wicke, F. 1R.
Pou. R. A. Credille. Win. Carmi-
chael, Thoe-. (. Rivers.
Precinct 13-J. F. L. Quina. Ar-
thur Jc hnson, J. C. Avery, J. Whit-
iag Hargis, Jas. L. Swoeiney.
Precinct 14-Gus Eitzen. J. E.
Baar-, A. E. Zeinus, H. G. DeSilva,
Jas. O'Brien.
Precinct 15-Thoe. Johnson. John
B. Jones, F. E. Commyns. W. A.
Duiham, H. A. Waters. 14m-tf
S neady to Fill the Vacancy.
"Mister." saitl the boy with the soiled
face to the mild eyed old gentleman
from the country whose shoes he was
polishiLug up, "have you got a little
chap at hoime about mny size,?"
"No." replied his customer.
"l)out you want oue?'r-Chicago
Tribune.
'aviinn street Car Fare.
"Eliza. it isu't very far down to the
Wiggses: let's walk."
Eliza lookingg at him critically)-
Gooduess, goduness: Is that the man
who used tu hire a carriage to take me
to a party only across the street!-De-
trolt I'ree Press.
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ALIU NIAr G IVGS )
^USp k Sot l ** rea w e* upl% in f ti urged by II. B Il.-IMntfle
an&u iAiev aw to pu e.L io fteoaM I'S-OL< "oA suffer. r*.
j D,-s your Skin Itch and Burn?'
..... .' :, ;.:i ;i: 1'.. ,:,:-,.n D i'r'- i.2: Eruption- on the Skin !o
S: li's you leel -liailled to be :, ' .-: ;. ".- f,, r.A i t'4iv?' ]) seah-. anid Scales form on
5.,:. f, v,:i ,.,, the Skin, Hair or Scalp? Have- yu
S,' ,. .,Eczema? kin, Sore and Cracked?
', . .'.. Rash form on the Skin? Prickling
Pain in the Skin? Boils? Pimple-s?
S' Bon1 Pains? Swollen Joints? Falling
S :. ,: v:, Hair? All Run Down? Skin Pale?
S ~ '"' ~' : ^ i '!o '*: n ld Sores? Eating Sores? Ulcers?
*,'.4'- m.. . <'. :i ,:. I.i.; I. iI,- I. f ai nd Impurities and Poisons in the
,. I i .1 .,..'i ., . ,, .. ,. lloodi. To cure to stay cured take
\\, i B. (Botanic Blood Balm)
S, which makt- te blood pure and
S. -'; ';*' .... 3i"l, ".,I I',1!I rich. B. IB. B. will caule the sores
it'" i I, 3 .". :uii'* l ;<'-l,,', hilin Iw to heal, itching of eczema to stop
,':" .1 ','iz ''.', II' ir. i li.< tIhIat l, forever, the skin to become clear
l ., u til : i ; d th,' breath sweet. B. 1i B. is
S : : li i iln ju-t tlie remedy yon have been look-
Si ..:.: :i :-' :1 h<.,i'. l ug for. Thoroughly tested for 30
1 .. I ., \:' I. ,I :i .l .. tit i,. year'. Our readers are advised to
::"-! i.. c: .:'. ',,h.,','l.t...l an ,t try It. B. B For sale by druggists
1 'i. '. p 1 at $1 per large bottles (fu!l treat-
.l.'-i.u tlinl I ::, nent, (5. Complete directions with
S."' h i s jilt each bottle. So sufferers may test
'.1., ' '\ 4. k i. j lirdn'i- it. Address BLOOD BALM CO.,
S i,' : .:;i. !:i;.iiint of Atlanta, a. Describe your trouble
.. : ', 1. I :1:1 *nl' .1r ttli:|i andI Free personal medical advice
i.." ,," I : 1 '. i i,-1' k '. 1II on 1 i4 1 l give .


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Smoke DURHAM Ci- lLLIUIIIUi
gars at D'Alemberte's. os.,,,


GRiAND) EXCURSION


S. A. FRIEDMAN, Prop.
AGENTS FOR


High-Grade Liquors.
SILVER BROOK, PRIVATE STOCK BEN HARDIN SOUR MASH,
VERY FINE; FRIEDMAN'S CELEBRATED OLD PRIVATE
STOCK. 12 YEARS OLD; OLD SILK VELVET. KEN-
TUCKY'S PERFECTION OF PURITY, AND
LOTS OF OTHER BRANDS WHICH
SPACE WILL NOT PERMIT
TO MENTION.


'WThe Largest and Best Selected Stock of Bottle Whisky and
Wines for Family Use.
THE JUG TRADE IS OUR MAIN SPECIALTY.
WAlso Agent for the Famous Pabst Milwaukee Beer. Free Deliv-
ery to every Part of the City.


P. O. Box 418,


PENSACOLA. FLA.


Telephone 179.


TIME TARTR.

LOujLsvILLE AND NASHVILLE 1 ATT.ROAD.
IN EFFECT JANUARY 27. 1900.
No.'. No. 2. No. 1. No. 3.
12:45 noon 1 l:2') p m Leave Pensacola .....Arrive 4:15 p in 5:01i am
2:15p m 12:iltnght Arrive ....Flomaton ..... Arrive 2:4.5 p U 2:36 am
4:12 p m 3:05 a mi Arrive ... Mobile ....Arrive 12:. M noon 12:20 night
S::.3 pm 7:44)a n Arive New Orleans ..Arrive 7:5.ainm 7:45 pmn
*6:i I p 1n 1 :10(ia it Arrive ... Montgomery Arrive II:21a iani 9:30 p m
i:.o a m 7:'0p m Arrive ... Nas&hvllte ... Arrive 2:21: a n[ t 9:010a m
12:25 noon 2::Wa I m Arrive Loul-ville .....Arrive 9:12 pm &2: II5 I n
4:115 ri mn 7:495i'a m Arrive ..'Cincinnati .Leave 5:45. pn i 11:4l00pm
BETw EeN PENSACOLA AND JACKSONVILLE.


No. 21. | No 3. No. 2. No. 22.
11:55 night 7:lN>a m .......... Pensacola ... 11 :i I p in :41p m
12:.'knight 7:;:Nam .. Milton l1:2 40oIm .5:2- .pm
4:',3 at 11 n 9:a II in I eF'uniak springs ..... p m :40 p im
6:1 atNi t 10::N ain .. ... ('bipley ':.3 p i 12-57 p m
7:oJa ni 11:0Ia tI Marianna ..... 6 :1, p in 12':15 noon
'.15 Iin 12:07> noon Itver Junction 5:i p ni 10:l'1:20 am
. ......... 1:1 p m ... allahas e . ::1 p ni ..... .. ....
. ...... ... 7:25 p m ...... ...Jacksonvill.e 9:20 m .... ....


r.V3ME CEIOIC3M6T


AND MOST POPULAR BRANDS OF


W ISIIESw, WInll, LIPOS, COIeIALS,

N WOOD AND LAS ETO., MALL UANTITIE

IN WOOD AND GLASS, LARGE OR SMALL QUANTITIES


--AT THE--


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e Union Depot, Telephone No. 4i;.


W. C. NORMAN, Proprietor.


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iTo 'rerenville. Montgomery and Bir-
t ii~iIiLzt1II. Saturday night, Ma rch
r:31. l''.;1viiig t'liton D1epo~t at fill4 )1
I .-21ir: p4~lgrtra ili. 1"iit. -'f-r
I ''41(it I It ill : Peln-ascola to) Monlt-
&.v,imrv. $:i To: to U -reoiiville. i3641;
t., H it'll i lgtula In,$8.)P1. I. Ei1oin (Xiii
t.01111ein -li. t a Pll.;acolr. Palt If-
(if sirinz~ Ie will app1~ly to ticket
agent inl tilii.'. Purchi-e -t iek~t -z it
IIi'c f-t Ij1Hi (. Ticket -(1d f2' livi.
.-ezngortrai n. F4,r fulrthter ilt' inma-
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IN. F.GONZ~k & C.,h ProprS




ICHOICUE MA LbAND PURE GRtOINI
STOCK IEED).
l'atonizo HomeIntndus'try. for thero 1%
verve v rvx-onflyvuii-houid Ibuy your 3Men, :id
I .41ock l*.. d I' .zt tle4o Home .Inufac aCt r,
1r-y -44 (14)11) g Yom encon ragi' honme.IYCIii'.
'i our int,'i~ev ;-i left hii the cominunitv
%,.!I In turn' %re indirectly 1h.'-i&.'i~d.
''-1-I!butv tle 14tlie e:u-.-.t i abor. I 44(1 *wo'
it if- Itl.-totImnunlty fitt which V4111live and
ulil c hi-.nti butes .toyour support.

i*iIlwFirt Cu art 441l: .-caiiaa of411 at'.

li;Illl!I a t -mi.ou.L4.lndai,~a!.
1 i 1i-1Ildllt Ralph Wat 4(111. 1% r4-.Irodi
(''i E 144 1 144 11i14Y..V May 41 ''7th. 1 it
Ii- .r0.r 4 1 ttoh-,i)Ub li441 41-1mce -'I~~i *.I-
.44 I L%; %k Sii'. It11. W- I )a I wr pabli-i- .(I
'I, t f" i''D4:colli. i'n .
A. M. Mt MNiui~m4N.
A4,it~rk ('I rouit (4 ourt.
l'ieputy Clerk.
P. v -c. 'j. I i.. .0). ... uIt ofA S4W


PENNLAND RYE WHTSKY,
BROOK HILL SOUR MASH.
YELL 'WSTONw RYE WHISKY,
DAIRY MAID WHISKY.
ATLANTA BREWING COMPANY S
CELEBRATED BEER-KE;S & AO'ITLFS


* ainnt. but i;i
ii~vin' in FoorI'ii ~ iwEuatI~l'2 1lfll1tI2. unuua~uu. fl5~***fl* E-,-. fIEU M


NAME'S


PANTS I


.aid about 6) pairs of
long leged. st ort legged.
slim. fat. pu.sy, bow
legged, straight legged
all sorted of legged gar-
mants, as they got out of
the boxe- and up onto
our clothing tables.
600 pairs of pants in one
day i- a good many, but
what about them? Some
are a dollar a pair, good
cas.i inere pant-. Some
are two dollars a pair,
good c:assimnere pants.
Some are three dollars a
pair, good cassinmere
pants. Somle are two.
three and four dollars a
pair, good wor-ted pants.


WE DO NOIf

buy pants for adver-

tisinf purpo.es-to sound

i cheap. If 'e buy good pants,

pants that are made of

Oood goods; pants provided


with all the


comforts


home; front pockets, watch


pockets,


(to watch your


money pockets


nights in


case your wife wants to see

if she is getting half of

your income) pistol pocket.v

an d refresh m en t rockets.


SOMETHING NEW WfE[ L[ I


4fEVERY DAY4-



HALL & KLEIN'S


Mammoth lRetail Grocery,

502-504 SOUTH PALAFOX ST-,
Telephonao 8008.

ADW Patrons, New and Old, are Cordially Invit d to Vi-it and Inl-pect
their Immlenspe Stock.


o l PANiti

Solid as a rock. lain ,r f nicy pat-
tern- forr $2..7" ti:&t wvi:l k, p an able-
bodied iimain h'-y nii. zht. and days to,
wear themn o lit in < a y.r. and for
A. l, saO! '' I;* V : fit. n.- ca- sii '.ere
pants. la;,;'^,l -* at:.- t .1. crea.s d


knees.


E. PETIE RSELNT,
0o-PROPRIETOR OF-o

CRONIS SALOON AY
0--DEALER IN-o

Imported and Domestic Wines, Liquors and Cigars. '
JUG TRADE A SPrOTAT-TY. w, ..*" -l l i'
Corner Bolmont and Devillierp St-. PENSACOLA, FLA pantI for 0 *4', tha: a"r, -


ur, worate'
imply great.


Patronize our Pantry, it ; ryil.


A. M. AVERY,


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ALL ORDERS SERVED ON SHORT NOTICE Iron, Nalls, Az., Shorvels, Baw Mill and teamboat Bauppiles, Cooking
AT ANY TIME AT REASONABLE PRICES. and Heating Stoves, Paint, Oils and Window Glass, I

. looms f o Rent by the Day, leek otr Month. Qa Agate d TInWr ad Ho eflhrnfag od& L
Guans, Pistols and Fishing Tackle.
311, 3t2 Horth Tarrapea itrt, Oppositoe lion lipot.
0-Telephone 68.-0 AGENT tor Birmingham Rolling Mills Company, Revere GOant
----GEO. WILSON & 00.,*-':- 4 Stitched Belting, Northampton Emery Wheel Company, Laftin 6 Rand u
Dont Foret to Stop Wt th at Man. \ Powder Company, Johnson's Kalsomine, Iron Kiag and Buck's Stoves
Don't Forget toStop Wit i the Fat "Man. and Ranges, Wm.Oouaps Ao.'s Raw Hide Lace weather, Mausry', Beady Dw i
FRESil VfGEIBLES IECilVDI BILT. HOLEIUE All RET4il. ae.ailads coloUr.. Th e B T i eI


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 1900.
^-------------------------------- -- ---- i i ^ ~ i ----------------------------------------1 I* ^ ^ 11.1 i r ^


THE DAILY j Iw : .'the second district, does not appear'
to have any place in the matter of
Bater"( at the Post Offlee at Pensacola. filling other state offices. Incum-
Sas clants who have been often-however


OruaCi: Pitt Kuildinit. ?ll" S
Im stroit. up-btairts.
PI'BLLSIISI'BY
THE JELWS PUBLISHING

Termi-lftvSI'dflby in Ad
0.. Yea by Mail.
Three Months
Ogo Week. by Carra.-r. poyabie NI

fEWACKK LY IN
Published every Friday at 11.4
Postage free.
TELEPHONES NO:Ila

Mep~isrvixygSoft sFornished on ,4








- Biimms ava~wm sand
exam isft a" bd w t eadatemo
qs~me ininarGU LADVI

'USAOOL&. lARCH. 2-

pBEM3WCT 1)3I.FGA1
The ways lwemocratic Club of
be* endo-owd th.e following ticko
egstes froM the City precincts to
aecrsts County Cosnvention to
Fow.Atofl. April 14 and ask till
given a he-arty support by the r(
Precinct I!-'. H. (.irgl". DI
b". Win. MaiZEAI, 1.J.- 1. AIXWei
wrightoua.
Prowauct 13-W. A. HlouretTbom
jobs t'brz'.: i. J. .5 (ee.Vo.a
Domuan.

jsare..
I-r.cine, 17--E. H. Putriam. J,
Wm. e-une.t :*. J. E, Abt~rCromliL'
1'uhambr.


looth Pala- wisely or meritoriously-made their
own successors. serenely reappear
upon the political field every four
KG 00. years asking-actually a. democratic people of the state, like
Ivance. Oliver Twist. for "More!" Contrast
:, i their attitude with that of Congress-
I. ,, man Davis.
londay It, BuT for the large-and, apparently
JKW j: increasing-numbers of alleged dem-
ocrats whose personal and private
o per year interests lead them to fall down and
worship the protective tariff fetich,
L the cardinal democratic doctrine of
p n.tariff reform might have been crys-
pplication.tallized into practice. Never before
have the people of the country been
broaughteo directly face to face with
Sthe iniquities of protection; never
hive its advocates been so bold and
unblushing in its service. Shall
high tariff democrats, in sympathy
t with republican tariff robbers, dom-
otber: may Inate the democratic party and lead
i 0Uegisw it to destruction?

9. 1900. Dr.BaUl's Cough Syrup neverdisappoi nts
those who use it for otrtinate cougns.col and irritations of the throat and lungs.. It
rIF8 stands unrivaled as a remedy for throat
and lungdiseasei. Bold by all druggists for
f Pensacola .' ctb.
L t for del- --
o the IDum-
te hIld at hTATE FARMERS' INSTITUTE.
)at they be
others: To be Held at the Florida Ageicul-
)avid Lthpe-
I, adT. F. ural college Thresday and fr ritday.
..... April 4.. sand 1 000.


32,. Hannahe.
and W. T.
1. Johns'on.
r and J. E.
1,eIn W-e@t.
eand cW -A.


THE time may yet come when the
perennial aspirant for re-election to
a state office will have indelibly
stamped upon his little boom the
label: amt a democrat-for the
revenue there is in it. and not for
the public welfare
CONTRAST the cowardly vacilla-
tion of President McKinley on the
Porto Rico tariff issue with the firm.
undaunted and consistent attitude
of President Cleveland, when he
wrote. as below, concerning his veto
of a tariff bill that had been tinkered
out of all resemblance to a democratic
meas-ure by alleged democrats whose
personal greed led them astray, and
whose chagrin at not being able tL
use and control Cleveland led them
into a revolt ending in party defeat:
I take my pace with the rank and file of
Jt.nwr.ocrattc party, who believe in tariff
reform. andl wh. know what it is: who r.-
fuse to accept theb result emltodwl In thi"
bUll *a the close ot the war; who are not
bflned to the fact that the livery of demo-
cratic reform bas teen stolen and worn in
the serrfce f a republican protection, and
wbo have tharked the places where the
deadly blight of treason has blasted the
counsels of the brme In their hour of
might. The truts anti comtiinations, the
ctsmuunim of pelf. whose mnac.hinations
have prevented us from reaching the suc-
ress wedeserve d. -ou.d u:ot itt- forgotten
Lor forgiven.

HERE are !oinie current democratic
opinionS of thle Nebraska platform
a- a mode-l f)r t!.u' Kansas City con-
vention to adopt:
aenato>r MHai u ,, lX irgimia is ,juoted l-y
the New ,,rk li:ald iand Baltimoire Lun a'
ayilug that tie dottiiiora', of Virginta ca'i-
j.'Dt gu y v;l, ::ot t laud vea tie .Nebrna.ska
1ilatforilm.
@ '4 'natut :,:.- , ..-. t ,,- ,1 ,: ;Ie- -.i -
ing that hi ..:ld n(,t s.uppoit t t't. ihtforein
adopted t\v toi. N -tri-hkLa I.tetecrat'y, and
d4.'- not c-icn e'\- titit l' wo';:lt I-, ac- -ptat)ie
tt. tie, natc<'enh. dei.-a .'.c+ "* I'l- ipo *n .tl'.
feature-.'" -n.. I h'. 1 -a .* oi .,n t'lollotI t lto al;
-viUthl*'rt dt'iii rctrHtt s li ? lh tv e lad tit cot;-
tead with the;- pnopuil]it pat ini the South.u"
senator H u<',J: i. .e('orzeia i-s I,uoted as
iba ing said that: '. i'.t' iatic party de.--s
not take L.- :dly ti 1 e p!. ss p in **'it:Itit-
lve and r' tri- ntit. t1." l.'*a'iu-.' (i its cui-'e
as < en'i :: \ !i t!1 popiluist party.
t-naitor l,,tid-' <, K. : 'ky I- rioted a'
tba\inlg t a., eat h :- it.;: -ur)pr-,d at tL.
t ,-. tt of l,.- N -':. -m ..; i t';ti t;i. -, ur." a, il
i e. .*N e'trc.--,5 t -i :l a -' 1 .,;.. i tily' c, _-
B1l 11! !1o : I t 'nt l t i | l ,: t." oJ i ,- It 1
lo t-lit. t" I \l.v. \ r --, > !:' t,-
m ttcld 1 1til'- t !; 1 : : t.' -l.'!i 1! ::1- i
c i tno "ri .'- . ;>-:. f t'f i ,I ! ''.. ,7 i,
1 a e- rstli '*:i !'* i .-! t ; N Ol! at k;a
t eilu s'r/'.r .' .* H. ,* "s ..,. \' '.*,' ek~i ; ,,.'.i-

Eve-n i'.i t,. I i .. 1 > ',
t-y tiat te:- N ..f-h. i pi t ':.'n w i
to -UlL the .\1..ei'.',- of th.( I'ct' l .; N .-
bra-ka. >:'1 a n,; ,,t, ; d,'l ;o ,.. !,;;;d.t.
tut th- ; i- a: s t '!. ::;i;.. '' c t.;cil t ; _'..


A ler mIi," l:tianepl'.
WVhen inv ite-( pre-- ent in :1 ji:.t
debate wi': is e oQpon..-!t. hi-
S"claini-" ', a t.-ie in Itti.t: iti,,On. (.'o -
greensai.in obert W. lI)avI- of t e
second Fluorida di-tirict rswopoindild :
I say to yoe %.: \* e n ikl.,y that 1 atke :.
claim A a il :I it ai e- ani ais r;::ei itf
r:gbt. 1 tl:l\ e''t .I '., III piliuliA I.. l,," i,
enO ugh %t it e 1 n '11 Z. h ti %.. nI%- .
e-nlitld Is l ri>- Th '- ::t- it u I ''tl. l '
:s in tbhe p-o'p)., unt ,i ttwy o nfer :t u n
*omec t:z.'t Wl n tih. t,-rin uof that oili'"
xzpre" It I( l."* back t I the peq):' .
It CDntiot he in tll-t heart of any
loyal and con-istetnt democrat to.
withhold enthusiastic admiration
for the ser.timent, or for the man
who uttered it. This being, true.
what should be the popular concep-
tion of the sense of modesty and of
"the eternal fitness of things" pod-
s eed by aspirants who perennially
clamor for repeated re-election to
places to which they have been
cbhoen. on the ground, simply, that
they have performed their official
dates as well as they knew how to
doeo?


IORTICU'LT'RAL DAY. AP IL 4.
l>a. m.-l)r. H. F. Stockbridge. AL'ricul-
tnral tol.le', The Farmier" Instiltute-
What and Wh.?
tie,. L.Taber, President State Horticul-
tural societyy jilen t. MaSry. L-,a.--Trs,
rliititg.
1'. K.t odbey. Waldo, Fla.-Peach Grow-
ing.
Prof. H. A Gossard. Agricultural College
-Recent Development-- in Economic En;o-
inoulgy.
2 p.m.-S. H.Gaitskill. Mclntosh. Fla--
Truck throwing for Northern Market .
J. F. Mitchell. Experiment Station-Ce:-
cry growingg
H.G. Fletcher, .taiAesville, Fla--jtraw-
berry t.rowing.
J. 0. Trobridge, Hampton. Fla-A Pr.ze
strawberry Lrop.
7:4k p. m.--. Power. Agricultural Ed,tor
Time--i' non anid Citzen, Jack'ow\ ill,.
Fla.-The Berry Crop.
Prof. H. H. Humne. Agricultural Co!let'---
Dibeases of titrus Fruits.
C. K. Mrcuarrie. $evrtetary 'We-t F orlda
Agricultural society Dt-Funlak Springs.
Fia.--t anteloupe Uirowing for Market.
GENERAL FARM DAY, AI'r.ILr,.
lea. ni.-C. E. Mathis. Lake Ci: Fla.-
The Watermelon Crop.
(', pt. R E. Rose. Pre-.dent Slate Agr'cul-
turat society Klsblntluer, F Ha.-Sugar Pro-
duction In Florida.
W. E. Embry. Dade City. Fla.-!':.Sf'nt
Outlook for the Tobacco kt'-up
2 p n.-Ma.; 4,. P. Healy. Jaffr y. vYa.--
Waste on the Farm.
Dr. H. Stockbrldge. AgiK-ultural College
--C'asava Gruw:"i.
Benj. N. Bradt. i-urtington, F:a.--Nat-
ural Prottction Agains.t Cold.
7::5 p.m --A J. Mitchell, iriitctor Uai.;(d
-t. > Weather service' for FIoi'a '.a:k-
, soi:v,.li-. Fla.--About the Weather.
LIV"K STOCK iA'), APFIL *.
:i A m.--apt. W. I. \Vaon. Tallaia,,e. .
Fla --m.)ryinci :n Florida.
Mai) ui. kieti.y. Jtfrey. Fla.--T::- Cu.--
iK 4)f MoN.%
i'rof i. K. MlIer. Agricetitura' C('.!egP--
By l'roducts and the Faarm.
'2p mi.--lr. H. E. Stocabridce. Agr cul-
tu'al 'oIllego--Ecouniy In Ffe-dvd:.g.
IIr. C A. t'aiy. Professor Veterinry% Med-
eii.e. Alabamna Agricultural t ea.-'s of tSoutliern i'attle.
All enhj-ct,. Pembraced 'it thin the progratl
will be tpei for gtnrer'l d l-t'l,.-h n 11 W li cl
all pt'tie-% itn itttlt idain>t', I-. r,\.!.t take part. .Mi'- -uh.;:"e di-u''i--eti v6ll tJ
eli uatrat-I tiv crop- tand otin-r hrti-ile- per-
taining thi reto. A questolle i ltn \ h iil lie
p oe d., i in hi.hlel a l arte ictl\.-etd to plHiti
written i, te lTioln- 4 practia al ilipoir'.-:
w i 't e w ll li. :ti-a s -red- ty pt I 't
'o.ti pete':- t to furiin 'li t liie ;! )rj 'liiii' to i.
-I e-tld.
All rai'r,':,l, in th.' tat,- w ill -*]i' rcunj
trip tickl -t, Ir lmn-e f ill far-. v'y oteto f t!,e
Board of t'rruii.-.- eit t he Floriilt A c'itrul
t ural t'olve e.. ach rot tiiit y ii tIh e ;;t'*- -
e til-'d tto n- instlt iite a t l::!!'y. o-n-p -
vi ion of whli el i nind- i part of t ;*,i -
ular work oif t lie' I-partiiviet (o .\gricu.'l-
:jrft' 0t? College.
H E ..<-, KI:s;: I *: I..
It ir- vrl'-y haiti to -titt d idly Iy a:.( d
e.. iur dear ot( utff-.r while await-
tilt the arrival of the' doctor. At:
Alhany N. Y. dairyman called at a
(drtig store there for a doctor to c.-ne
anld see hi- child, then very s'ck
with croup. Not finding the- doct :r
ill. he left word for him to come at
oi('te i on hi; return. He also bought
a bottei f Chlianiberlain'i Cough
Remutdy. wb:icl hie hoped wuld ive
some relief until the dc-tor -;hould
:trriv v. In a few hour iil rt tnt:ned,
styilltn the doctor need inlt COII '. a-
the child wa n.cll i l-ttnei. Tit.-
drtlizgi-t. M r. ()tti Schl i;;:. Say-!" e(-,
fa;ti'ly hl, -si:,1> re'. ii w.1-ndfe--
('liC.;iilt rltini s ('ougit Ren t-,i'.' to
the-ir neiigl.lc.,r-m and fr'i-nd- untiil i:;-
1ha a c. lls*..li t (d l 'ii llri fror it fromn
,h l it '" i" of the 'o)'lnitt v. l"olr -ale'
1>V 'i :t :i ,. l re .. 21 ,,;t:,; P'.,l.t ,ox
-tir- t.




I ;.;- 1i; ,!.: ('r in N .tf. -. .* :: .tif-
tel ,laii;-r dainty. A-k y\-'itr d'-a.e:


IF'unrral ,fl Mrs. I.aL, g -y
The. funt.r i l ,f M rs. B r:'i:t I :, a -
l-,% too'k plae f'-' from St. Min'i.il'sl
clh irch ye-terdaly alteini. on and was
tttind-dl b"y :' larg,- concu rQrse ,*f suir-
ron imn fri.nd-. Thli. nIral tribute'
we're titnuiitl'rou-z and beatiifutl. The
nall-b-tare-rs were A. A. lFi-her, .1. C.
Witl-.i. 1'. J. McK.Oe rt nig. C. li.z-
.i;ii-. It," :. VY nd iid 1' \\' :, y.
ll-l:ti\..-- folr other Citiis \vlw o
Cdin I"-I !It'-r tit atte-nd tl- f1n:1+ral
we' VWin. Lianigly of Bru n-wick.
Mr-. Sopnia Wellhou-e of Atlanta.
Mis- J.tnnip Morrill. Mrs Amne-lia
L3 tton, and Jas. A. Lyons of Mobile.
Hannah Bros'. aret agents for De-
Wees' Cough Cure. DIarn hea R.in-
edy and Witch Hazel Salve. They
guarantee all three of these prepara-
tions and will cheerfully refund the
money to any one who u-es them
without being benefited. Price 25
cents each.

N .
No *rmpe, Pain
Or discomfort, no irritation of the in-
testines-but gentle, prompt, thorough
healthful cleansing, when you take
ABM. .6 B, AM A


Cures those eruptions, boils and pimples which are so likely to appear in the
Spring; cures scrofulous diseases in their most tenacious forms; cures salt rheum or
eczema with its dreadful itching and burning; cures all stomach troubles due to
generally weak condition and nimpure blood; cures debility, sick headache and
"that tired feeling," which just as surely indicate that the blood is lacking in
vitality and the elements of health. Hood's Sarsaparilla

I"ea__^n4'


WIRE ENCINS
For the next: ;;& d:ivy
kings will order r:.
fencing at such low -
surprise everybody. \
any kind. from 2 ;f.. t
or you can get tt,- h.- t
iron fencing of .ll k
you desire fenfcin, ,-f
leave your order :it \
Son's for n- ii I \
money and ge: tir-t
teed work. A. J .,

i Cleaning ladi-- --.
is one of our p :e 1,A1.
dry.


THE MAYOR CLUB. ELKS BLECT OFFICER?
A Laige and Ernest Meeting Held at Annual Meeting of the Local Lodge
the Armory Last Night. Held Last Night. 1 .
The meeting of the Mays Demo- The annual meeting of Pensaco'a
cratic club, which was to have been Lodge No. 497. Benevolent Order of
held in the room of the water front Protective Elks, was held at their
commission last night, was to elegant club rooms last night and a 9
largely attended that it necessitated officers for the current year were
moving up stairs to the armory. Be- elected as follows: 0o .AL.3D o
fore going up stairs, however, the Exalted Ruler-W. H. Northup.
secretaryy opened the membership Esteemed Leading Knight-W'. A. GentS F lDishing Goods Department.
book and several representative Allen.
democrats, who had not previously Esteemed Loyal Knight-Fannin
done so, signed the roll. Chipley.
Owing tn the illness of Chairman Lecturing Knight-R. E. L. Dan- SPECIAL-66 Pairs Ladies' Oxford Ties, sizes I to 3,,, w-:
Putnam Hon. T. E. Welles was iel. $2.25 to $3.00.........................................
called to the chair. Secretary-Max J. Heinberg.
The chairmen of precinct commit- Treasurer-Max L. Bear. 60 Pairs Ladies' Button Shoes. sizes 1 to 6................
tees reported that sub-committees" Tiler-Ed. Goldstuker.
had been appointed and that the Trustee-George E. Smith. "" r arr Fino Kid Shos ,,orth.f,'oms '. ',
work was progressing favorably. These officers were installed by Elegant Lint- of Misses' and Children's Strap Slippet an,
They were granted further time in Past Exalted Ruler B. C. Tunison. Celebrated MerriamMake. Black. Tan, Red and F'uli 'V:&
which to make full reports. acting for District Deputy W. W. p to Date tle.
The chair called on a number of Carter, who was unable to attend. p toate Styles.
members for expressions and en- Exalted Ruler Northup appointed Ladies' House Slippers at................. .uc, 7.:w. $1. t n, .
couraging reports of the outlook in John E. Stillman as E-quire; M. 1L.
their respective precincts were made Roch as inner guard; J. Marion WSEE OUR SHOW WINDOW FOR MEN'S SHO()- l
by Messrs. David Sheehan. Win. Ci lutter as organist and George P To Arrive Next Week, New Line Boys' and Youth'
Bazzell, J. Ed. O'Brien. A.C. Blount, Wentworth as chaplain. To Arrive Next Week, New Line Boys' and Youth's Sho-
John A. Merritt, C. C. Nicholken. ('. Past Exalted Ruler B. C. Tunison Burley Stevens' Make, Nobby. Up to Date, Dnuril)i.
M. Coston., L. E. Brooks, H. H. was selected as representative to the
Thornton, W. t. (Goodman. D. W. grand lodre. which will meet this Biggest and Best Selected Line of Men's and
Reilly. Ed. Senior, Mr., Thos. F.1 year at Atlantic City, N. J.
Wrighton. Win. Sennett, Pope The lodge now has a membership Boys "Shirts in the City.
Reese, Henry Bellinger and W. M. of (.: and as handsome club rooms as .
Ball. can be found anywhere in the t~outh.! We are now in a Position to Offer the, l'nhlic Great \i -
Hon. J. Ed. O'Brien said that the The closing number on the pro- Youth,' anId Boys' Clothing, having. in Stock Ov, r., I
wind was fair, the sea smooth and gram was a banquet, to which the Suits to Select from.
everybody working with enthusi- members did full justice. Men's Pants in Endless Variety from.................. :,.

Judge A. C. Blount said the club Don't forget Starrett at Clutter's Our Line of Neckwear Compri-. E Fvery Style Known t.
should certainly be congratulated. hall Friday Marcn 3rd.
for its membership was made up of -SS, Coon & CO. CollarM an" i)I ill'.
as representative a set of citizens as tten Falk's opening' to- ______
were ever gathered together in one ten d to-
cause in Pens-acola. and that each morrow, Thursdayand Fri- .
member showed a determination to a \
land Dannette H. Mays in the gn- 11 1( 1 iont & S
Thos. F. Wrighton said the object ,
of the club should certainly be ac- ---
complished, for Line-tenths of the
working democrats of the city were Buggies! Buggies Buggies!
enrolled as members.f Motto: Absolute Purity.
H. Clayton Rogers, reporter of the lAotto: A*u Pureit
Pensacola Press, said that he was a A Popular Entertainment!
new comer and not entitled to a vote, _I
but he would like to have a voice for'
D. H. Mays, for he clearly saw that A I SOLID CAR LOAD. Stylish Stick Seats!
the best and most representative cit-
lzens of E-cambia county favored; u Ir Pretty PhaMetos.
oesamdahna e-NLO D IPretty Phaetons.
hi; candidacy.
On motion of C. M. Coston Mr. ,A LOAD R Illrrie; Sd Carts, pen .
Rogers was madean honorary mee-_. 0 UCr ilm, al llotCrap
ber of the club. it C fUie, rrieiian & Co's BI Ratet
Thos. F. Wrighton said that sev- Any and Every Style!I Top Buggies.
eral voters had approached him and Store.
seemed to think that the club -hould
endorse some country candidate for We bee to inform our lady patron BEST MAKES, LATEST STYLES.
the legislature; that he had told and all the ladies of Pensacola that M E AT S LE.
them that the club was not endors- we have transferred our millinery
ing any candidate for county oetles; department down stairs in the rear First Come, First Served; They Won't Last Long.
that it was organized for the sole of the dry goods department.
purpo-e of working to ..ecure d-le- Our Grand Millinery Oppning, \Y-' WVe will Allow You Sonmething for that Ol HIIzzy .
gates to the state convention who with unequalled variety in style and Ain't but Fifty Ctnt.
would vote for D). H. Mayvs for gov- qu:,lity. will take place THURS-.
ernor. aud lie thought it would be I)AY. IRID)Y and SATRI)DAY.
well t.o impress this fact up- i th! l M.arch vt. 3, ani.n : l. ou are cor- l
public cniidn. d illy invited to attend.
'-Ccrv'tary Ward requt -ted t! rep- Co i l Nt FR tEi>MA N jo.% & C. Ii.
reseiitatives of the pr~s t-itat that -.. -
the ciub wa. not organized in tlhe -
intere-t of any candidate or .-ft of
candidates for Countv 01 '. th- .it JUST OPENED
W.O. at Mays club p',r* .ii'! -inple. JUST OPENED.
Ju.,1-e A. C. Blount ;u. st hd t-at
it might be well to stete that all the
candidates forcomnty at, nouincpd da bef,)re thi-z l(- I war', Co ,.,Photographic Artist,
iorined and that it hId nt o iv 4 t 4 outh P'aafox St.
lo with bringing th :n *e it r en-
Jlnrs, them. a, a-.t i.. r.e John O'Conor a r

Journ:.!. wanted to knew. in t 1- ca- T' IMozt Attractiv- in the uF:ntire ('ity. Regular M;iall S.:
parity f a reporter, if thel club t'- .-)--GRA.ND--' :.aul Short Ordr- Serv(.i at all :n'ir-. Special WVekly 1:,
padl:attd all otith r c.ind.id .t i- t- xcpt
" "hg11:a Wfl.s t:kt d tht t fiy i A. E. BAKER & CO., Proprietors,
club IreTtpuiited it t:tt 14 EAST GOVME T TR T.
organi.e-dl withtht -I Ae ,'lj,.(.t I atn 14 EAST GOV T MIWENT STRIV T.
vworkinr for I). H. M;iay f.,r -everi- -
ncr alln i had nothing to c!, with tlhe

Ottnii:titoin fr c. u:'y.. 1: I t walU LENTEN SPECIALTIES
rdertl that those ne-w -p i;., i.'- MARCH 28th AND 29th,
p ,ter. who had any du't o ,n ti i, *!. T
itt-'"ti.i> c(',ulld a'.ce ittlni from \::* .
--rt1iry lliie object "l. tii cle 'g -
l .. meeting then ,adjo'irnied u i; i! '

',.,,eit~c: ('.>:initte,. w iii m -et rind
:.,iV.'- r'e.. 'rt= IroI: tn:t -lib coni- o .II_-. .


TO CitURE A COLD) IN 0NFE DAY
r g f-t rtur t h nrn-mt'- if it ftail..t"
U.. L V' ~ ro'.-t'3si..nat U i r n tach

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

Frid~ay.


110P TAIN'


MINT TONIC
Ev(-rybody needs a tonic these
lazy spring days to drive away that
tired feeling. Mountain Mint Tonic
does this. It invigorates and puri-
fies the blood. It cures the worst
cases of indigestion. It cures per-
manently all stomach troubles. It
makes the sick well; the weak
strong; and it rives one who is all
ran down a new lease on life and a
healthy appetite. Mountain Mint
Tonic has been tried by hundreds of
people in Pensacola. everyone of
whom heartily recommends it as the
best tonic they ever used. It does
more than we claim for it. One dol-
lar per bottle, six bottles for five dol-
lar. Tr it. Tt ia made in Pen.a-


I-IIroLAND IlsI!.


$AMII N f all


CRA


AND


SPRING OPENING
-Or -

1MTLTlTNERY
-A I -

BOWERS & KRUSE'S
Wednesday, March 28th,
and 'continuing all
the week
mr at ftr Primslt spe*.

You are Cordially Invited
''; to Attend.


MISS R. NEWELL,

DRESSMAKER,


MITI'FRED 1H1ffRO-N;i. AN( 114VIEs 1',


('LAN (CHOWD)ER.


4(PA V. -S V FA Nf !I%-


!"BUY THE BEST.'

-IT'S ECONOMY^



Our REFRIGERATORS are Guarant--d to Keep I
and take a lower temperature than any other on the market.
They have an Absolute DRY AIR PROVISION CHA. V !
Warranted Absolutely Odorless.


-',\Our Ice Cream Freezers!'
WARRANTED TO FREEZE IN 3'.. MINI

AWIPrices no Higher than for Inferior make.. Corn
plain them to you.

R *4 I


CANNED Tl NN',- FISH.





L


S THE DAILY NEWS: PENIACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 1900.
d


eOLD DUOT.


JINGLES AND JESTS.
The lmftinlar) World.
JJOW f- ,s s : ur-r.:, tc sleep

But or-n1'-...; I 1 r,..r -ij. a'Vti n uak-. I

ar !t. s: z,: te.r's ,;n e

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The : r0 n n _t =: : : . '

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It I ...- .- ..- . -

The lees AAgain.
Still farther anilrl- l the poe. lt afield
sail pau-.1J iD1t until ie c-.iaut upou bhe
Ibaur.- aaxotler fat rjur.
-The tma: wit h the Ihse in soth;" sigh-
ed the poet e'.tbently.
"I"Wh don't .ou call a spade a spade?"
criel the fnrm-r,. with tuch beat anwl
qiAl. .nreasrona bly.
For. ahlboich the truth iof the matter
was that the farmnr was diggia.: for
eA bait. if e-"hir-w it was ,nost s t lie ex-
'pectfj that the INt would take cog--
aizancl of this.-IN-trtoit Jourinal.
The Sllent Ire.ll
T.e 1a h. artS in .,ny an.! ry -
Lkyd we a ti-de1t" : v 1l .r.
Of t.- .so:d. r! ic( l.is nee '
It's a .r na,% '- k :a!:Itu
T.". *n- uih% ct an ':! I .;I; 1.
'tqile the m.n ; ,ikr I a%, re fat'iin
t" o ise h t'n-r r f l.e lnd.
Lut. r im ti.I.r. tIl.ri- 14- gis'r-..
Ah n "t I ah L1'.,- l :A '- jn .'A
to e rI ina .n11n -ti: m -1..

Thi?% 's art .ter r, ""
slid 1( .. ni hs J<' ..: .n
I tN, r f:t rt's. hts" I,': 1 r,
uhi t' t.fk f "Ni('e 'tn." |
DrOt (.Wr C:Idnt de i 1i Ar nir.lat,
%1. stL tlnmp'r in *.s'r.,,d.
l e mus- ufftr n'rstajl itrnient .
%,"r mu< h a% rA. t.:s ha r. 1.
Though ia enen. .s, u. t,:. nd hiam.
S lie ri it let atC .at t' .st.
In the t' eatcr %,cu'I! linl t:mn;
Uit' "lue mn tehin,1 the LaIt "
--Cathi'lL St-A.l ,jrJ and TiiOa.

father.
Yeast-Se thiai suiit 1[i* c.t on?
('imsouts.ak-Of cioU.s, I s'. i:: What
of it ?
"\V'c. my tailor wouldn't let me pay a
Sit for it."
*What:'"
VWhy. I r-fuseol to take it without
.i-'.. but he in-i-t,,d that I should take it
as a ait:." t
"We I. wr-ll. that's rather unusual to
t2ave a tailor pr-l an suit of cl these on
jou:"---oakirs $Satsmnian.
*I think I would go cr zy with
-imnu were it not for Chamberlain's
PVan Balm." write- Mr. W. H. Sta-
iplten. Heiminie. Pa. "I have been
alieted with rheumatism for several
ywars and have tried remedies with-
out number. but Pain Balm is th*
heat usedic'ine I have ot hold of."
One application r.-lives the pain.
For sale y l Hannah Bros., 21 S. Pal-
uftrz street.
mjeecal Soctety. ArtemUom.
There will be a regular meeting of
tbe Penaaccla Medical Society at
the Board of Hualth offlee at 8
o'clock p.am.Tmeblay. April 10 and 24.
VinftiJe physietans are cordially
luvited to attend.
D. W. MCMILLA. M. D.,
President


E. F. BHI'Ci. M. D..
tecretar'-.


Snmt


GRID ImaI BiAl!


To be iiven By
HOP)E LODGE. No. 2571. K. cf H.. A
,'s1, F hll r- Hall. 1tr .n-1n ::. .
Monday, April 16, 1900.


1'ick-t 'o,- 51 itaty-.1i. d i- Fl s--+,.-'r-
Traii-p-ruti-it issu "Dauinuv.



DRINI LION BEER!G


E ad'.r-.! lvy %l; Phy-ician- as the
stnly H-,-r .,h-.lutely Iree tlimn adul-

Geo. Pfeiffer, Ag9ent,
PENSACOLA.
TI t f no ar ll tUl1 eie


ROWDIES TAKE THE TOWN.
Drake Men PanrWe te Streets ad
Defty the Owflr.


: hat of iue nulerf
I read alI.ut t e ';,,j% Cins.
The Ihs v and the 10.,:--
n Th t l 1 ..0 r'1A- I .- of t'nq
And s.alis the k,,; e"s I.. I_;;t.
And et. it seems so 'ilrjli< tu me.
Thel uwrie (f r rr I 1. -,
o tmh:t *and Mc-!. f Fr.-nr. and White,
Bu! naugiht abuti! ii: mnr:'
1lo" does I.e stid te a' t:e craaih?
ps p n n t r
tI ,r I L ":.' r i>
O(f ;r,. I .. t Jr ''.c r., a 3
of i-jl! ar. f .I'A
VL t1. I dv:,'rrv!., t, '" N tr;te no wrdi
Abl ut llt .riin % m;nt.: '
-C.:ee'ar. PI'ain Dealer.
The 5nvsae dacbsrlor.
"If you l:iL In-.en at the lBrowvus' gilden
weddili4 vc llbrati"n: la't 1 ht." .saii-I the!
sweet .tllunl: tl nz.'. "',,l wulid have al-
r' l n ,l \"tif vi'\\. ,,.; it;::tI iiiouiiy."
I wouldn't. *.ith li." ,:nis the savage
,achelbor. "If n.:itri's'>iUv were not a.
fak. there w.,1.! 1 nit I, -'bcih at powwow
raist-si over- ;i -o ple. tlhat .i th;ivM '111al tigeNi
too endliiref *a-lih their f,>r ai fow years.
nnsi dutc't you forg, t t'"-Indianapolis
['ress.
A. R. De Fluent, editor of the
Journal, Doylestown. Ohio, suffered
for a number of years irom rheuma-
tism in his right shoulder and side.
He says: "My right arm at times
was entirely u.ele... I tried Cham-
berlain's Pain Bialm, and was sur-
prised to receive relief almost imme-
diately. The Pain Balm has been a
constant companion of mine ever
since and it ever falk." For sale
by Hannah Bros.. 21 South Palafox
street.


BARGAINS


-IN--


R~eal


Esta te.


will bhuv l' acr<-. of land north
$10 0of thecty odil w%-t of (ioulding
$ 2 0 will buy *' acres adjoining city
$2000 limits.
30d 00will buy four 4 so1f4 bhlockt
830 and a g ood sovefn room house
This property is in New Lity.
L.000 n-ill buy 7.') aces hbtween Big
$P W Bayou and Litti Bayou. Thut
property ba% a water front on the bay: also
on Big Bayou and Little Bayou.
$I5000 will buy one of the best resi-
$5000decreson Wet Hill. Situated
on -trept car line-; has V room and all mud-
erti conveniences..


0 00 srwillt buy lot -.th I '1; ft front on
$60001'alafol t.n.p.. i- bh of .r.-.g-
nry. Thbecn .1e inmnt-daitely utiliAed for
bui.iness purposes.
$ w t will bur lort with% ft front or.
(ritr'iorv ild ..N& It f -nt on .%l-
ranlz and lih. ft front u n Wi aiht. 1'Th
prop-rty has nice cosltt-i n ,it.nnal there it
plenty of room to build adozen nouses more
w00 nwill huya bandsome reaidence
P on East Grego, y between Pala.
fox and Tarragona streets.
Swil buy an 4 acre* farm wItl
$0VWgood bou%*e and farm buildiul*g.
El-gant property for truck farming and
dairy purpoes. Thib place is Just outsl d
the city limits.
I will buy a lot in the businee-
$10 000 part of the city with tl feett
front.


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

A .S7' "11. Tl O U%'
lAiT AXID LITERARY

wI b-


The Easter Number


HOT SPRImGS, N. C., March 28.-In a
drunken row here last afternoon J. W.
Floyd. Guy Turnt r and Duke Lamb pa-
raded the, str.4ts of the town with drawn
gnuns, shcuiting every one who tried to
opji.s.e them. Jack Paris, deputy police-
nmi. was shot iu th( face with a shot-
gun in the hands of Flyd. Hartaell
Smelz.r, also a deputy policeman, 'wa.s
shot. Richard RaLston, a bystander,
was shot by Turner in the abdomen and
may die. Chief of Police Rector shot
Floyd in the breast and arm. Assistant
Chief Daniels is reported to have taken
to the woods. Sheriff Ramsey of Mar-
shall was wired for aumistanom. He re-
sponded with a heavy posse, and after
considerable trouble succeeded in arrest-
ing all concerned.
The town is panic stricken and all the
)lmuinie-. houses are closed. More trouble
is feared.


Ilules f.,- Lent.


Furniture on Credit
Moot beautiful line of side 'boards
ever shown in the city. Wardrobes,
with glass doors of every descrip.
tion, from the cheapest to the finest.
Roll-top secretary cases elegantly
finished, a fine line of china clonet.
and everything contained in a first-
class furniture store at 0. M. Pryor's
Bargain Furniture Hou-e.


,nthe ToTiK Kid Vm HOVi Aimas Bagtt


At C. V Thonmpson'i.
Crane's Ladies' Note Paper, and
Envelope, to match.
Cambridge Linen and Envelopes.
Hurd's Parchment.
InvitHtion Paper and Envelopes.
Linen Tablets.
Frosted Velum and Envelopes.
English Note; 1-atin Wove; Ti-sue
Paper; Dennison's Crepe. Etc., with
a general assortment of stationery.
C. V. THo.vPsoN,
No. 30 South Paulafox Street.


All the faithful who have com-
pleted their twenty-first year anu Buy your
whio have not begun their sixtieth
year, and who are not exempted fro m Itandsome.
the obligation of fasting by sickness, from Jfarl8
hard work or other well known rea-
sons, are obliged to fast on all the
days of Lent. except Sundays-.
On those days but one full meal is
allowed, which should not be taken
before noon.
Custom allows a cup of coffee, tea
or thin chocolate. and a small piece
of bread or acracker, to be taken in
the (morning, and in the evening, a
collation. not exceeding the fourth
part of an ordinary meal, is allowed.
At this collation, butter, cheese,
milk, e:gs and all kinds of fruit,
fl-h and vegetables are allowed.
WhelnI the principal mieal cannot
without grave inconvenience be
taken at notiu. it is permissible to
take the collation in the morning
and the dinner in the evening.
Abstinence from the use of flesh
is enjoined on all the Wednesdays
and Fridays of Lent and on the Mat-
urday of Ember Week and on Holy
saturday.
The use of lard is allowed in cook- -
Inr.
Fish and flesh are not allowed at
the same-meal, even on Sundays. All HighI
Eggs. chee,,e, milk and butter may
be used every day. but abstinence Men's, L
from all of these is recommended on
Good Friday. Children
Persons exempted from the obli-
gation of fasting 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.
SChildren over seven years of age
are bound by the law of abstinence. A
unless excused by sickness or other
causes.
The paschal time, in which all 350 Pairs Ladi
Catholics who have come to the
years of discretion are bound to re- Heel Button
ceive holy communioukworthily. ex-,
tends from the first Suiday of Lent fo
till Trinity Sunday, inclusive. Chil-
dren over seven years of age are
bound by the precept of annual con-
fe-sion. Pastors and parents should
see that the children comply with
this duty.
The holy season of Lent is a time
of prayer, of sorrow for sin. of seclu-
sion from the world and its amuse- REGULAT
ments, and of generous almsgiving
By a special indult granted to the --
bi-hops of the United States for n ei
y-ars. dating from Mar.h 1.5, 195. Gentle
working people, who cannot easily I Gn ln,
observe the common law of the


church, are dispensed from the ob-
ligation of abstinence on all days of
the year exe-pt Fridays, Ash
Wedne-day. Holy Week and Christ-
mas Eve. This dispensation does
not exempt from the additional ob-
ligation (of fasting,. where such ex-
ists, nor does it authorize the use of
fish and fle-h at the same meal. It
Include s. however, not only the indi-
vidual workmen in whose favor it is
granted, but all the members of their
. families as well. In return it is ex-
pected that those who avail them-
selves of this indult will endeavor to
enter into the spirit of the holy sea-
son of Lent by voluntary acts of mor-
tification, penance and almugiving. A
most praiseworthy custom is that of
ab-taininz during Lent from stimu-
lants. in honor of the sacred thirst of
our divine $avior.
Those who entertain, any reasona-
ble doubt about their obligation to
fast or abstain, ought to apply to
their pastor or confessor for advice
EDWARD P. ALLEN.
BPishop of Mobile.
Mobile, Ala., Febtuary 16, 1900.
DURHAM Cigars have
been tried and fire test-
ed. D'Alemberte sells
them.


of the

" NEW

YORK

HERALD


Wbich will ~
PmuIr.' da.


APRIL
19()O.


:r 1A ''.Ii. IA'i4.F-VIZ S: PLENiDID
A RIt F 1*- VC iN S -i- VI- Li.!KI/E
p *.-4 Sq. .:.ai AND' HALF

.~zi*-...-a~h ss'4nilftu. '.ittis- will tie tis.-
i-upntiCt.Ir lrawmet. -I.,. .A. K4)9-1'*r

Thii- nuntim fms iji c-nfaiak .-at eC(ep-
%,41is~l tir!z tv V.q~uiar Au-
t Ii.sr.
-Xi -.ri.- .- siemhIr- vi, i-:n and Ili.-
oftt t ss:atse-pet. 131 artac.l.e. of tile
y.ea r
Wu-.a knovi III e1rvyni.-n of *'xd4entuiiin
ation' have -t'w' I a vtituals e a A III-
,t ructilrp ,t udy of 1 -~ i- a'ters A a iyicaI
llersons it 7.
A Hes-t of 14peC11l Artie'.- p-rtaaert to tb-
j~m-n i I be fsoand in I.thet Acminr
of I p-to-L'ats-Journalis mi.


'1
~~'l
'(a


VIDAL & SMITH.


A


'I'


wife one of those \ 0-UO
parlor suites
,ton 4- Finch. _______

Sole Agents for Celebrated YELLOW LAKE:. arE
i other High-Grade Whiskies.-
PROPRIETORS OF THE OFFICE SALOON.


DUNN'S


HOTEL


ON EUROPEAN PLAIN.

Restaurant Rttached,
11N 81 1*0 OYSTERS. FISH AND GAM


LfJ *


hs .


, Open Day and Night.
E OF ALL KINDS IN MEA- \


-Special Orders at Any Hour.
RATES:-F'om $1.00 to $1.U.) per Day. LODGING:
Cut Shoes in a 5and 59 %,oh r.alr.n Stren renamcA. Fi..luia. 25 and 50c


adioes, Xisses'
i's at reduced
. .






es' Vici Kid Spring
n and Lace Shoes
or only


.25.
R PRICE $2.00.


Don't Miss It!


A RHORT TIME;
THE ONLY TIME,
AND CASH TIME.


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


$2.50.
REGI'LAR PRICE $3.50.


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


Yours for Shoes an I


JOHNN PURDY,

Foundry W Machine Shops,
CENTRAL W'HARF, COR. JEFFKRSr N AND PINE STEET.'.


Telephone 346.


Pensacola, Fla.


ATTERNS. CA'T1INGt, LUMBER TRUCK'4. SMALL ('Cfli.I.E
Car Wheel,. Wood and Irot Pullev.. Harltr-r4. HoxeA. Etc '.: >:-
factured to Order in First-Class, Workmanlike Maunner at Roe -
ble Rats-.
Dealer in Maohinery, Fittings and Supplies for
Stationarwv ad Marine Application.


V.C It ENT'I.
1'rs-.idt- w '.


WSI. l k'siiI.E4.
V* ict -.1;t-. -,tdent -


W5'. K. HYCR..IH..


P. r. l.- -
t s ts-- -


First National Bank

or PENSACOLA. FLA.


WM. H. KNOWLES. W. A. BLOUNT. P. C. BRENT, V. HYER. J
D. 0. BRENT,


FriigR u D I


99N pv


g ui Sll


gW We draw our own Bills of Exchange on Great Britain, Ire- r
Germany, France, Austria, Italy, Holland, Spain, Belgium. RBania r
way, Sweden. Denmark and other European countries.
JWfVessels Disbursed upon the Moe Favnrable Terms, and tr-r
Obligations Taken Payable at Port of Desmination Ten or Fifteen VA47
after Vessel Arrives there.

Safety Depolsit Beee for e R t a OGeneetlion
with which we have a Privato APer aot for the Use
of WAktAwn __


Cold Weather
Coming. s..,
order and let a fMl' your han ht, -
cold snap arrives. We will "*-r..t v"..
hbet coal you can procure for ."Ith.: '- 4
or boating purposes at reasonable f:

TonmpsoD, Olseqr 9 Qc.
Dealers in

Coal and Wood.
SRfle- and r . nr /
and i",tilroad Mtr-4Ct.


THE ORIGTMNL X


ST. LOUIS


A B.C.


BEER.


V. j. mmO~, site Wbolesaler.,

IMS I111i~s. BRRHOIES VINES, 1ITIPO v~~iL
Pani Joias ail WoSpill: P Celcorat W.
TRY I 8aOITLI Of C1RFRY !It
PHONE 154.P I r C4 I TE
JUG & FAMILY TRADU d ICITE
Pro-"LIW.Verv to Any Part of the


Bee6R
STheWorlds Triumph
of Master Brewing.

With the like of which the-.
ancient Norse-men built their
splendid strength and .sinew
S -th*atk' r*ch wth the fla-


.


vor of choice-st hops and malt.

ASK FOR (C/& l)
mad you will be repaid!

TH E C "RIST IMNC*?/'tlEE R OONGCaC


Tka~ Uain~lA'cr.2cfamldnh a.El isq lne ww- ~u awa duga wnAinn &-,nix ura--m UYDU h..- -'r. A .


Care of Lamps
may bamokeepers thik td h Is seniesh
bote salo the cam of leaps. but if the uIde d-
sile her- mswtioned are adherd w dmre wib ke
rsr d iffetrec is the lit l. Flrst.a a
nmt be cleaned and filled every moior. the
buMea should be cleared ence a week. sd g
b~ way is to tbol them i wMer to whi
Gold Dost Wokog Powdcr
hb bam e8ed. Pm a e -N nl les a qm~
a -or and hsole m nl sens. The n nas saomhe
e Prs iw0a W e ofM weMer aOd hebneeMe *loWy
emil they i, il. these off aed allow iM coel
uduaMlly; this@I ew te las-
Te a%, -* h ftr o af t'0 wkies
*I n* ** s r"qMS to
sounno SeL Lws, Sw eraY..tu. Beeb.


HOE


TRUNKS,


/. GUGENHE/I.


Tel.phon. Nn.. 147.






I


S _THE DAILY NEWS: PNSACOLA, FLORIDA,


MUEICAIB
R-omelk Pubtlic schonl library. Clat-
fer* Hall. March 29. 1900. p. ,m
asoe-*-*Tb,-arden of sle-p" DeLaraM
Miss ltatr"e hiiir.
IPano0olo. Valw <,)p 42) Chopin
bM its tovirton.
Reading---'Mona'. Waters' .
MiNs Mary l.ucia nichards
V'ton Ioolo-Arta from Capuletl Bellini
Miss Hein-
%olo-"--t Fair: ab. Sweet and Hol "
Can tor
x r kv-<-re %% illiatml %ell>es.
Piano leo-*'V"rnettian itondol;r'"
(irogmuann
lolo-t-ll-ct .1 Mais Cawtbon
Musleel I a*ittatili -.'An l l .wet heart
of Mi i- ".Mis tilga Wt.itr
olU o---selerCt.(d Mrs. .l '..Piw;.;y
V'olia ls tl:t"!C !. .....Ml-. H -ein.-
l'ltano..--- (A. tb Love" Carl ique
M.;a- AUna Ko-aeru.
Recltati'on-- 'TI- dattleship Main.-'
S Mis s Mani- tiarr
olo-"or de Koven
M,*s -tclla White.
-lectaer'. 4r.in ,rcbe--tra
A Night of Terror.
**Awful anxiety was felt for the
widow of the brave General Burn-
ham of Machia-. Me., when the doc-
tore said she could not live till morn-
ing." write Mrs. S. H. Linco:n. who
atteod-d h-r that fearful ni"rht. "*All
thought (- e ut tooni die fromni
Pneumonia. hut ?.le hteg-reo for Dr.
KangK' Ne-w I)i-covery.- ayiniz it hlad
more t [liani .icf -;tveti her litfe. ard
had cure-d her O.f l#4Consumption. Af-
te-r thr**- inmall cl<>e. -pL;e slept easily
all light. and its further ue coin-
pl*-tely ncurtd li-r." Tfii- nmarvelou-
inedicine iI- guaranteed to cure all
Thr, at. Ch'me*t and L'in DI)i-,e-e..
Onlv."k' and 1 tx). 1 ri.ti bttle,- ;r -
at W. A. I)'Ale-mberte-'s druz sti.,.

Attend Falk's opening to-
morrow. Thurxrday afnd Fri-
day.


THE HONEY MAKERS.
e-:!*- n ednore dt-ve~AI.I t nt
TL(ro- a-v, nn la,'r bpiei. 4.1!io-pnerss
I'at .1,." n'la.1,rylle.-h.nev. toit ten-Is
ti, rtipe-r an-Ii mi-tjroo, !'t. IPa ni;,tWio s aiima.
c~~,--N; i n,Pt ac $4 with i!.
it-zie t that reriaoin min the e--mtte for
a.me-rio.time ufte-r twi-ng -tori-.! is always
11W Ite-st armia Ite when xtrac-t".-.
It; re-rr ^44 dwPath-r bN". otten die.
staff fallic.It II~Il'lgthe, etruaie.-. The-y
to ti-i 1Ir-em-rri%4ed -wr th- betwvs will smoth-
r1n- :~t~iji; v.-n--r (are- mast too taken
Itirarit 1w h.'eeat .1 ar-ou!-e. tL,,ru iti* a-'-

*ae ** f l*-*~.e~e::i *hat loruiJn, .iee--
d- Intl- -, k~~ afe tL.
If tarI.-,m i +!





~. rthe, v ir *.n-o



31. k\na r=0 1r 1


RECENT INVENTIONS.
:IJe-:o r.,d a.. T:0.1::! ;,%:, is given pi-
1 'f* t. !Iv n.. a'i .,f a i:e*u .'f*I. whi 'h t:l-
li,:,", ,,. ai:,! :z ,:- ;,z : , t .il ,' .s taiaa .i'
i:: "h, e I ,- I ...i. t. .;i. ';n|ih t, e a'.tni t,,-
t l t. t w l. I ,:;i,,.o u In ,I', tact u lth tL(-
I *. .t
l:. ;.j rnit Il .r ,. 'i t,.< ', ':iiz.,.e hy
a i It 1 % 1 ".. *L'- .tinm iz rye-
!, 1. ti x !.- | ,,i . .. i. sn ta i rlie
f7' :t. *n f1 1 'u::;.-,L ; l-he .-at. th,. .- l;i:ti..n
-i.,g wa.he.d ouit aif-r at has sioftentiql
i : i, e.r.-
[ '-r -int', rir;g t!he- pt.mpourid contain-
ed ui band hrh t gr*-rriae.s when broken,
a Mnssa lhuietts mania has designed a
siroin,. ht-ieh i-s ,on:raictel and placed
In the CeIIter of the extingui-her. to ex-
pand suddenly and a' t on the contents
wben the greuade is broken.
A western man has patented a warm-
ing device for nri-ing bread. having a
lamp set in the Kbottioi of a casing, with
a numntr of trays to carry the dough
arranged in a tier in an upper compart-
ne-.ut. the beat circulating around the
trays and pas-ing ,ff at the top.

THE JEWEL CASKET.
Some of the gold scarfpins for moen
are in light, open designs set with the
tiniest of pearls and olivines.
Elegant bits of usefaloess for milady's
toilet are silk stocking supporters with
XeMl mountings either plain or chased.
Gold bracelets studded across the top
with turquoises graduated from one large
stone in the enter to small ones at ei-
ther end conmmn.nd.themselves to the ad-
mirerb of this stone.
Bravelf-ts that appear to be inspired by
Fresc'b taste consM-t of fine chain link-
ing t nnc-h as the- ob',let or i ild rw,?e delicat-ly
eruame-nti.d ith choicee stones.
The hitherto exceedingly utilitarian as-
pret of the heavy chain bracelets is now
maodhated by the addition of gems. Into
ee attractive chain bracelet are intro-
daced rings set %itb parls.-Jeweivrs
Circular Weekly.

Gold Medals to HARPER whi-key
at New Orleanq & World- Fair Chi-
calgo Try it. you will endorse tL;<-
Judge's verdict.
SOLD BY
DANNHEISSER BR1OS.
Pensacola, Fla.


Chocolate Cream Mint Wafer-.
If your dealer has not gcot :hei teI'l
him to get the-n.

The Jcse Freich PiOie & orgin Cc.
Wi move In their elegant new quarters,
II So hIt lafeox street, in the Sinqer
Sedwi gMaohineCo's ***ee, Mach 26-h.
0.asw afterthat dae they will be found

Attead Ialk's opening
to-aorrow, Thursday nd
FiritoT.


I M1IK.
ABUIV n.
Br ss Fe-nnta. i199. B aiobidge, Las Pal.
ma* to W Keyser Uo
SAIL91).
Nor bk Norway. Honr ksen, Inverness
AT QUARANTIXS.
Bus bk L uls. %:;. Jansson. Hamburg to
W t Kry er ar o
Nor bk A4nlalde, 3 Petersen, 'Pernam-
buco to order
I'ort bk kmelia Elver. 777.. Goncabes.
Pernambuco to liaar. l[unwodv a Co
Bus bk U-mo. 74*. Jobosnsen. Valencia to
Pensacola Lumber o
Nor bk Lout,,-. I,'15. Lorentsen. London, to
Pensacola Lumber 4 o

THE 8HIPPLU4.
VEn8BUL 1 9 POST

Hr EverrrfiHighm. 1W, Newiove. to W 1
Keyser & so
.pan Erneto. !'-). (>rmacches, to W 8
Krvera& o
Br Kiplinrhani. 1'4i. Johnston. to Pensa-
cola Lumber 'o
Dan Ru.-. 1577. Jentsen.to (iutf Trarsit Co
GBIP6.
Ru-Columbus. 17. urchman. to W L
Wlttach & t'
Nor Patriarcb. 1l.-V. balversen, to H H
Boyer
It Angela Accanme, .. Baretto, W I. Wit-
tlcb & Co
(icr ehnsh. ;n, 7'i-. Schneilder, to Baars.
lunwody & %o
It r.er-atliorT, : ':, Costa. to Baars, Dun-
wody a o
Nor Baros*a, :'-. Evenspn, to H If Boyer
It Cognallt. %21i. I-;;titi-ole, to Itosaco
Iiros
Nor concord;a. ,**. NMlv.rron. to order
It Du-Ct'uiini. ;1)7. Lsr&rettl, to ordl-r
iwefd Dbharwar 1:i. I.undrtal. tooriler
Nor lie-ir.-. A' i 'eri ln. to ordi-r
Nor I rigga. I'. Wei'-. Dlundee- to orde-r
Nor (.init. :;s Lar-n, to order
Nor India. r-72, Je-uneu. to tiulf Naval
Btores Co
It Italia. ".0". PI-dat-lla. to ( Torr,-
It Luaige I 4.*i. 'iaa-a. to W eK-eyser &
Co
Nor Merzapere. 11;75. Johnson. to Baars.
Dunwody A v o
Nor Nora. liJm. Mikke:set. t, Pensacola
Lumtwrt Co
Nor Perfect. ;'*.. Larsen. to W S Keyser
a co
It stpinvora Pi Binzzo. to Ito-asco Bros
Nori.:if;d..5t .ialuan tulraitirbhon. Ijp n-
ang a Co
1' Trento. 1.v7. tiardeall. to Baar, Dun-
wody a Co
Am Ve'an Ii. 779. Ecker, to E I Satun-
deres Co
It V%-npzian*.' .. Farrari. to1aars. Dun-
uody & Co


It it u .A.
Ger Elly. 473. Maoss. :o order
Am Florence e readlch. W7, Lank. to Jno
A Merritt
Am o Dona Christina. 11V). Axelsen, to
order
^m lsa A Bayles. At. Benson. to master
Am wijalmtr. X.: Axelon. to mater
1er Julia Elazabeth. **', Sweeting., to mas-
ter
Br Mabel Darling. 1! Iloberts, to master
UP.CLrEARELAN1D SAILED FOR PrZ-
OACOLA.
Pi*orgvin. Nor. ild Manchester March 7
Flatl of Jnv-rsonuid. Br. 17I'. Hull March 1'
I udderbsilid. Br. 41m. at Harry. Jan :9'
Hirundo. Nor. 14.1. 111i. Nor. l.-l. ( .-n a .Feb_ -'
Langfondl. Ncr. I',t, Halli-sen, (irinsby
March 14
Nordpol. itr. ll (;..renock Miarci: -4
Oita. Nor.4(w. Brun. Barry March 11
Roddam. lir lad (;hieoa March '*
Itan. Nor. 14w-. Hnn.n.t bi-lds. March1 l'
Stldrohain. Ilr. l.'t,. harrison, Mt Michael-
Jan %
Thcs Wayman. Br, 1411. Watt, arr',ed Rot-
terdam. Feb I
I'lvrston, tr. 1ii.'-,Roxb rtfn t. (G noa..Inn '!S
W lidtroti. Hr. lr;'._'a-.arti) Antw-rp March :'
Zauz:bar. Br. sid nwanssra Felb ;i
SHIPS.
August. (,e-r. i-lu Padillac .lan .
Partir.ia. Nor. 1.Il. sid reenock Feb l14
A ngela chialelne. It. aid Mar-teill s Jan 2-L
atealie. Nor. 1! 7. -ld .Antwern lDec 11
Ada. hwed. i-!. at Table Bay Feb 12
Alfredo.'t :72. d (ijnoa Feb 17
Pf.rtrand. Nor.. tt. ild IL#er M.arch 1"
hmlnchoetto. It. .mi. %id ( *rthaetzoen,.liten '
('btftialn, Ru.. *v"*. st I'.lte-loita, t leb.
Iallita.etwd.-d fH ull.lan I
Einar TsambhrkJrilve Nur.'.A. at Antwerp
I ec 14
Eiitree,. It. sid Tunis Ioe .
r r'tz ( .ustav HI:-. e',i iluncorn Marri 7
F' 'lucia. It. ,75. -Id Va;,.n la Mircli 1.A
Frhel>. It. .&C, ain api-a S*e;)p 1, ashore
Nov 2i near Port %o a l
Gi-r. Nor. .i lIr,.cton li eu 1
tGaetano Ca&.a')ti.t. It. 1t'..,. sld (Genda
March -b
K. ntegorn. Nor. 7 e. 4ld i.luckstadt March 7
Joban i~g11n. No'r. li- t hi i n i- ilan d .lN V 10
Johann#-. NS r ti'r 1 11n-hilre I'.P c'A
Mr aria Margaria d. a s.d C'ape 'own
Vareh fri,
Michele b. It.s d it-une a March :3
Marcella, It.sld Hamburg. Nov w
Melu-lne. Ru.. ,)id1 lel risronro F ebh Fb2
Monte A. It 7'- .ld Marseilles March .1
O)19a. Kus. a d a Pallieo- ctc ?
Paola v adre. It. l.,*. sid A moterdamJ anlo
Ploneer. tier. I iwt. ,.t 1 don % ,r..n 11
Profe*or Johnsen., Nor, l5iI said Bristol
Feb27.
Rarb-nl'p P. It. %02. id Ma-,elIl.s Feb F t ,
Kebe. Dan. 4Ws. at Habia Jan -
H*llt 1B, It. lVt, at La faiM. Nor l4
Valuta. Nor, aid Leith Mch 10
Virginia. It, Sid Madeira, It-eb?
We have saved many doctor bills
since we began using Chamberlain'e
Cough Remedy in our home. W-
keep a bottle open all the time and
whenever any of my family or my-
self begin to catch cold we begin to
use the Cough Remedy, and as a re
suit we never have to send away for
a doctor and incur a large doctor
bill. for Chamberlain's Cough Rem-
edy never fails to cure. It is cer-
tainly a medicine of ireat merit and
worth.-D. S. MKAHKLE, General
Merchant and Farmer. Mattie, Bed-
ford county. Pa. For sale by H -n-
nab Bros., 21 South Palafox street.


Tickets for Starrett's evening in
Pensacola. for .-ale at Thomp.-on
book store.


Brittles urpj:.ss all) thler makes-
peanut, coaml.ut, pop corn aid wal-
nut.
Bl:,T OF ALL
To cleanse the -y -tem in a gen -le
and truly beneficial manner. when
the Spriiigtin*- comes ue the true
n"id perfect remedy. Syrup of FiLs.
Buy tlih gr-ililmle. Manufactured by
thoe I',C!if-ri;: I"i. Syrup Co. only.
-ad for sale hy Isl drug -ist,. at 5)J
ce'nt- 'per bottle.


CASTORIA
F-r Tnfamta Ad d rhi;d


. To atd Owaeaal PaUOIe of
Nottee is hereby iven that on and
after the first day of April, 190W, so
Union echaalnc or laborer will work
on any building with amy non-union
men where there is an organisation
of said eraft under the Jurisdiction
'of the Central Trades Council.
m8tf J. R. JOURDAN.

Your Credit is Good
For anything in our house. We have I
a large assortment of Couches. Bed
Lounges, Toilet tets and Bedroom
Suites. Iron Bedsteads at $4 up.
0. M. PRYOR'S
Bargain Furniture House.
X.othinf so sets off a home
as handsome furniture.
AMarston 4 Finch have an
immense stock for you to se-,
lect from and they will sell
it to you on long time and
easy payments.

attend Falk's opening to-'
morrow, Thursday and Fri-
day.


Free Vacination.
On Tucdays. Thursday .and Fat-'
urdays from 12 in. to 3 p. in.. persons
will be vaccinated free of charge at
the office of the Rtate Board of
Health of Florida, No 9 West Inten-,
dencia street. Phy-icians of the city
have kindly consented to perform
the service at the hour- nam-Id.
WM. K. HvYER.
Agent.

Three Large Stores
Full of FURNITURE. The finest
line of Walnut Bedroom Suites ,ever
shown in P.'n-iacol,. Pretty. nfeatly-
fni-hid 19(jN oak Bedroomin uite- at
all price.. Ittan anMild Cohbler Seat
Rockel-a. hti and little, cheap and
high. Look at them.
0. M. PRYOR'S
BIrgain L',rnlshing House.

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

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


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27-inch Zephyr Ginghams, our
price .......................... 1 c
36-inch Spring Percales. our
price ........ ............. c
33-inch Very Sheer White Lawn.
our price ....................... S'-c
27-inch Check Nainsook, our
price ..........................
;('-inch Wlite ;ind Coloroed
Pique,. our p;ice............... !c
3)1 inch Whlite Corded Pique. our
price .. .......................1. 5c
:0-inch Solid and White Duck,
our price......................
1 Yard-Wide Sea Is.land Cotton
at ....................... 5,-


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SPRING GOODS.

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


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



Our Stock is Immense!


ti/n.8 an14 Low' P1,i(v'#.


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


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


M Millinery,

'onts I urnishings and (Clothing,
Given A a .


ahl/nost


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


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Yin uib sr itir Tinut a ou thu Konami ith Pstalislant -at
W~L 1 oiIU U IEUl TIJ L51iVW UHLU 161UUf dIRR bliadli[~UU1lIUMh5i
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SWe are Invincibles in Low Prices
This makes our Success.

Mail Orders Promptly Attended tro.
Trade Discount of 5%, on all Cash Purcha-es.


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MANeFAI I 11T El S AN;' D>r IN

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SATED CYPRESS SHINGLEE-Klin-Driel Saps
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T91?TBIEtwS' WAIT COL!Milo


Calicoes


Domncstics


AT THE OLD


PRICE.


No Advance:


The Kind Ye Hive Always Buet Remember the Place,


Bears tne
Signature ot


Room Mouldings
in all .hud -. plain ans- finry. ;at J
F. Ro- & C .No. 11 N. Palfox
Pl oh0 Ue 2. _4f-,f


I Yard-Wide Fitchville Bloact -
ed. made by L'ni-dal- ('o .
while it la;!s ................ 7 .,o
6o Pip c- Lite-t ('allc, at-...... ;<
I-A4 Shieirif. H-avy. at.... .... 1: .
1-C'a- Pahitlhun'i (GinrLhaiti.
Varranr ted ....... .......... ",
Jn-t rtc'-ived a fi:Il I;-, of Skirt-
and Shirt Wai-;z : *.>or res- ar. t0;.o
lowf-t.
Par:i-<,l ;awl i :nbrer> ;it a ". 7'
l.i- and $1 '>5.
Ladi-e Iir'il|"--'nt P r;,- .I- ii
latot -hLade- at $I.7.' a:' -.'.
To)arrive during tr.f- w- -k ;i'l th",
late-t styles in Lidi--' at ld ('ii ,:r n -
Atriw Hats arnd S.ail.'r-: .-;i- -,,'
roll-i New Sprinz M :':e'- a ..1
1I atnd 2')c. per yar-.


$ 105 S. Palafox Street,


YOURS FOR BARGAINS FROM NOW ON,


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flt front hootf. 1.1t -ra --
to folirvr *i-a .
street.



Hudclinz. Palate.: at.
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TERE-4T ICA% .*.
TUN'FIl' By PA HTID.
SE('t'ktTiFi M R .'v
LIAM FI~k;.K
STREE r.

cu re-abs rapt s of t., j
f ate. r. r.rdt pr. )D.- t v %
rent. collCt..d or r
Paill on or ~ 1
Real F tattearai I:.- rm:
Fla.Va. Chare-II ,
who huVq a lot -.
with which to h,.:'

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rhureh lot onini,*-:
one-ris hetu*...
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sI4 A e. T 1 cc f; ir* t Si -
on streett kear li...
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Finlicat %Nj. ~$u
a .en'. F's A p;
Agents 35Pi-c-ith 9*V ,
4 1 H It N 1
h all. up-4twsr..,- ,
pu rpo..-..Applv r,' ,
We-LSttron4.tr...-


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5L*11.-. 1*rvant~sbou... J1 I
road thr" miles troitj..
Land runha&Jong rt wh ifIli .
,road. (iqondoelil. Spren.',i S
farm or suburban hotip.. P'-.
'() K. Will exelising" for .-t%
Daniell. Agont.

sold on easy terms. andj at a P.& -
C.Watona &Co..
FO4R SALE-Tba moEt do--:r,
t b %Y o n Pia s y t or in -i. h v :
Real Estate Agency. 1,. H ai.. W..
5cr. 2"'1 sOUth Palafoz street




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at &V) Xwot Lft-a~i t,.


Ai %"rrt CaM o- Pir.,-,.t.-
wif- a i ozichinizi,.fo i

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A N I Vi,-^ x'%4 31 11,1- l..
CUt. iejIia!lisklKn .4% -.-rm
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X WASTED-Ail kinds of enaI:v .
vwhiskybottlos. S.A. Fat:z-w..
novmft
W A14T X )-Jl d "949r bogttle"at a c
ear Bros. .-


I' MS18$ KL tPE CHe-I t'l. t'aI,,,: -
and Kn I~a4rei"rr-:ia1-
it.. ffth to-rin an Itee#- r---eI---,.--
tier of Pai'itwt ann I&. k%. r-
tranea on Jack-on. Terrnj. -,-
kmilt
A 1. XL AND1) FF. %I ttF: e
cernor iha-eand tewalle.. -
pares for collIe;. or hu aaiii -4- e.I
Jell. principal. Night tegrm be-
(Pr10IV IF"It-%
C 'r r L.WElps an.l Ilorpei
S pe-cial designs orderoe-ifor-
.311-4 Violette Moreno. &M IW-.t
pbonfe.3219.


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VpromeptlylinbouqUets or sp.-cir.!-.d
M IassViowlvtte Morod.go,:; Wo-5c9,-d
phone a. -


MfR. SAR&H 331 KNE-3Men-j',
VIanD dealer In Hair iioode. Hist.
street.


NOTICE.
There will be a lnmetiig ,
Democratic Executive Coin, i.
Eacambia county at theb ,t
Judge T. R. McColligh. at ttr
hou4e, at7:30p. m on Thur-,t .l
29:n day of March. 19RI). to e,, -
thO qualification of voter-
comining primary election.
C. B. I'AFK I'
DAN MI-RPHY. C1h i:
secretary.

Have Your Pdntii-
;int Paper Hanging don*d t.
ilit'- pe opl.. Inn t nr -to-,t.t
hv patro ,izin< J E. I ... '
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furniture or house /urhi,
ini.s" until you h,, ,
.* It rston 4- Finch'."
Their prices are 1/ '
stock is complete, fi/'
will sell 'loui what /, o1
on lon. time.
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Spring Line of Up)-to-Date Dress Goods.


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


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